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The Peninsula Times Jun 30, 1971

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 ..���-'.--.���������������:- ..--..���':���..?���  -V:.. * '.A'-yyAUA^^������''������.���:'.-v* -*"-'" :'?"A'.  ..'-���������.:-���.��� V v**-.* "-'���! .'*'->"-'* *'W* -'''"-��� ���>-.-��� -���'-:���.--;V - ".- ������V^'ntiv-  i=*U  CMfag cpste . ,  nee  illest* Cr-ur-adi^n Grapfclc 'InJuolries'Ltcl^  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vanqquver 9, B.C. -  M  m  FACHJD with lhe possibility pf going to  t)ie taxpayers" for permission to exceed the school operating budget approved by Victoria, the School Board is pU  tetnpting to pare down cbkt" by not replacing five teachers who are leaving t)*q  district or resigning this year.  The Board' is also reducing operating  costs by eliminating the position of vipe-  pnncipal in the two larger elementary  schools at Qibsph? Slid SerJhelt; and by  reducing the .amount of secretarial time  in 'all schools throughout the district!,  Ever since thej_pew finance' formula  was introd'u'"e'ci by the: fypvjrigial CJovern-  nient, tlie $ecfte>t-SchPol Pistiict has not  yet been abJe'to reduce,the operating  budget tp meet the costs allowed this  district by Victoriar���Phe finance formpla  ii-'.based.on .average" costs throughout the  Pi-.ovi'f'ce and districts such as Sechelt  stiff er- because of the geography'of the  area which contributes to high transportation costs. Also there are three schools,  namely    ""gmont, ' Halfmoon    Bay    and  ;/ft  M  -t*  ���^ITCfS M"(jy'KYTV7YT\'j  k  J  i ��� v  i\  CONTRACT,  ,    Hon. W. A. C. Bennet,  Chairmari of  tlie    Treasury    Board    has    annorj_nced_  "approval  to   the ^Department  of   Educa-~  tion to award a contract for a one classroom   edition   at   Elphinstone  Secondary  School lxi_.J,he amount of $13,500.  A^PROVEP  Pender..Harbour High School Basketball Team, presently taking part" in goodwill games throughout Britain, have been  approved foi' a grant of $480 under the  current student travel .programme.  NEW OWNERSHIP    ^       ^^^  =~~====-&e]Tnir Park=store'ch7anged hands this  wc"ek when Mr. and Mrs. Ken "Wood  hand over the keys to. Mr. and Mrs. Ed.  Johnstone who come here from Coquit-  lam.  BARBECUE  Entertainment is scheduled and everyone welcomed to attend the second annua) Barbecue of the Children to Children Cultural Exchange. Taking place at  4 p.m. aluly 1st at the Gibsons wharf,  prices are low and a good time is assured.  ment-, but are very necessary to serve  the children in these more remote areas.  ��� ^Understanding the difficulties, the village councils of .Sechelt and Gibsons have  aWays sanctioned the over expondiuK  Providing it was justified. pLPa,w����B .  naw ^ Wng* f0r {he <ir&t Ul"e  ever'  WXRjfye- fo?' permission to exceed-the  fPWlltl-ifi budget, Despitethe fact tgi  n U'e"schSreSS^Uy WW'�� IwwiS  in ti"*" sphool tax mill rate which has been  debasing steady over the fiS ��  years, trustees fear that any over exoen  -iltore would be rejeJtpd anVS wS  .^^ Jo discontUiHe program^TiIs already started as the,financial yeai does  not coincide with the schpol yea?        '  NO HARDSHIP  WGa��kTffnHn? otl"sta*'fi��S schools at last  d fn    n ' *riJ-aa,'d nieeli'*e Superintendent   R.   li   Hanna   said   that  although  eacher enrollment will  be five  less in  n anv r^' ,,hej'e WU1 be no har^hip  in any school. i l  Pupil - teacher ratio wilf average at  24 to one but this is based on libai-ians  and principals being classed as iSSS  However Mr. Hanna believes that no  coss will be over the limit set by the BC  Teachers Federation.  Commenting on the difficulty of obtaining specialist teachers, Mn Hanna  said it had been difficult to fill the posi-  tion of Home Econoiaicsaca^ejMa.-Pen--  der Harbour; negotiations are underway  to appoint a graduate of the University of  Manitoba. ��� <-  UNEMPLOYMENT  Mrs. D. Smith, Teacher Unemployment Association wrote the board asking  tor details of its policy regarding opening  up opportunities, for unemployed teachers  such as halftime and summer teaching  the letter pointed b.ut that education cut-  -:Tff r;.v''e fov*n�� many qualified iP^h-*ifi  uneinployed. ,    . -.-���*-=  Mr. Hanna said thaf from his experience in filling vacancies in the dis-  iict, the situation is not as bad as the  letter would indicate.  Trustee Bill Nimmo commented that  in comparison with the general level of  unempldoyment the teaching profession  ���s doing well.  �� .  Secretary Treasurer Jim Metzler poin-  12c  Sorvjnfl tho Sunshine Copst. (Hqwe'Soupd. \p jlprvjs Inlot^ including Por t iVellPn, Hppkiqs l-pnding, Gran'hanis Lqnding', Gjbsops, Roberts CreeK,,  W'l'jon Crpejc. Splma fprK Sechelt, H*"|fm����l** Pqy< ^Pcre^Cove, Pendo r HgrjpRHr, Mqcjcjra Pqfk, Kleindalp, |rvjne s Lapdjinp, Eqrl Cove< ggrporit  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE 4��OUTH#N SUNSHINE COAST. " Volume p, No. 31 - WEDNESDAY, 1UNE 30: 197J  .and.C|q83iMfll!  pcjgistratlor' \p. I H2  Unjop   ^p>  Label  Tfijs Issue 14 Pages ���  4} '  ���t  *mim  -   X  .1  I   I  I  A\  H  / '\\  r  1\  M  11  W  r  i<:  I 4  i \  J  li.  1  &���  t  11 n'I  *\  I  \  V  !  \.  t J  V  1 ^  r  1/  f."  J \A  L  /I  \ \  r**\  i.  I ��  I  13  ir  ���>!  J-\  *  1/  Iff  Vi  I   *  i\  \*  ii  WHETHER w6 like it pi- not." and reiiard-  le^sTof thelvishesi"of - the public7Iaahd  Minister Ray Williston, in a letter tq a  local resident, makes c]ear jjlie fact that  gravel aggregate is becoming increasingly  scarce add will be utilized where available.  The Times  recently  pointed mit  that  regardless ol the overwhelming objection  to the proposed gravfel operation by Con-  ted^out that if qualified teachers are aval*.-,   strucUon Aggregates, the provincial gov-  able in the district they are employed as ���  substitutes.  On toyr  Ptiusing in .Sechelt to say ^areweU  tjelore le^vir-g on Monday, Jiine 21st  tor the 8,000 mile trip to the British  isles where they are now playing a  series of basketball games, eleven  very excited Perider Harbour 3econ-  jjajx^SeiflQi^^  pictured   from -left   are;    Deirdre  Murphy;   June   Crosby;   Qeraldine  Ratepayers unite...  y meniDersm  Higgins; Lynn Rae; Mr. Jack Tier-  nan; Darnell Gerrick, Deb Bathgate;  Cindy Harris; Kim Lawrence;. Jo  Ann Kingston; Lorraine Biloik and  Cheryl Lynn Dubois. The girls are  wearing tlieir very neat pale green  and yellow outfits with.school orest,  the skirts can be substituted fpr  pants. Driving the school bus to the  airport, was their friend Markle  Myers.  ft f i tm *  iiii  ' i inv,u**J  ernment has a strong leaning toward the  interests of big business. Therefore, it  might easily ride roughshod oyer Uie  wishes of tlie public. The following Letter.'  from Williston makes this fact abundantly  clcai   He states.     , '     '  "{ wish to Acknowledge with thanl-s  UwfL ��^oi���-lottoi_di,tbdUtM-o J6J 1071^ -J^^^-^^t  in wluph ypp aie copceincd about a pio-    " n     '   - '        "-  \l    S*  M  /  V  v  Makara calls off  outdoor concert  M   V  'HI   i'  I   'Va-I  I  'i y, i  " ,l{{    'l  i y,i i-v  t\r'>  t.;t  ji -I  4j.  ��>'��� "���( i  ./ *,  'J;  t  Sechelt boat owner  ' ��� a  saved two from sea  TWO Vlolui'lii .youlliii had a i'Iohii iii'iinl,  wilh 'illiiiiHlrlr  IukI'. I'Vldiiy .luiie  Ulilli,   -  when n iininll twelve I'ool iijiiHidboiil Ink-' -  Ing ' llinin   I'l'iiiu   (Sii||iili|ni   lo   MiiIIImhi,  i,lruck a wuyo |ieiid-on niiij woi|l uinlor, ,  , 'Bi.Kiii'in yum; old l-iilor.Hohiii'h.hikI 'p'���'  Irli.'iui. Tim rilnlor, aged 17 rloiij'ddi-l io imo  Ihnir itwnlvi! l'i ml- -hiiul' lit rinlei" to huvo  llm lilni to Mnlihou wIi<ii>i i'litur hml a  i.uni/iier Job wuilliig i^|;,'hli)i un n tiki- -  liua! dpnriiii'ir, Thny had loiiiilinil Hiuiuliiio  nnd luul mil miiii'iiii lot' tho I'einlui' iircn  but Iruubli! iii'ohh wImui lliey wijrn iihunl.  ii inlln mil ni HuiT'il f'ovii, Wnl,'ir In l|in  , hiuiill I'liiil iihlilml lo Iho linwii i'IiiimIhk  It   to  i^umi'iliiwii   lulu  a   wii'vo will   i|KKt  111ii'i/n'PF'k'W!w'"IlieT"ViinrrriV''7(iTWiir*'  Hnlli   wiiiii   |||ii.|iii:|uiln   und   wiiru   III   no  ill)ll)l!ll|lllll lllllllll'l', ,  Ai'i'iinipi'iiylun Hi'.'iii wild a lurgor voi��-  hnl, Um .'10' Tiiiiiiiiii I'linylng I'lioiulH nud  inliillviiii lull wl|ii|i l||��i m||i)im1|miiiI wr;|||  Uliilnr 1| wan nol nlihi'ivuil und cni'iliul  no lln wuy uniiwiiin oi the nilnliiiii,  ��� Tlm. " lu.liiMl'tii luler, lieu ..I.iiiiK ,o|'  (-'I'l'lmli mul hm nun Unwind, ngml, in,  wim* pniiMliiK l|y In Ml', I-ii>ik'ii ail' iMisi'llir  HI wllli Unwind ill.1 llm ruiilrulii, mid  Limited 'lhn iwu lu'ilin wniiir, 'I'lioy Iim)-  loiieil jd Um M.'i.'iin nnd eHiii.-li'il a fciinun,  Tiilmn   lo   HIoihih   Jyimiim,   Hm   two *  yoiitlin  weir.'   iiil<ei|   In   by   i|in  miiririii  owiiiirn, Mr, und Mm. Juclt Mnwty who  |iiov|ili!i|   Ilium   w(l||   illy   I'lullum   w||l|n  . 'ii'Jir hwii w.vi,v��M*l.'''L.,i!,h...AiiiM,.!,ii:/}iiLli.in,���,  iiii-iIoiiii ten niliiiili'M mid a mill wi'llin/t,1  i tlio two yntiiiit I'iiIIiiwh wi-'rii iii||iui'|, Tli*t,V  ��� tol/l. lliu TiiIm'h- li'ler Ihey 'wmn iiinrninil  lor o iwliilo Wlcii lliey iiiiw llieir li|iii|ilu  ��� iirry on out of nli'lit, .'.'������"  ��� ' Hip Mfrfprs nmiftwtth'--ii("Mi*~iiri(i'  I ill   llllll   I'llUlBl)   IlliJ   iiIIk'I    llillll   Wlla.   Ulllllll.1-  iid   nnrl   all   wore   llimlly   roijiilled   nl  livliicK l.iinilliiit, , i    '  Mr. ).un�� Mild liib-r Hml ilm Inn |/Ti-if  ,\<*nirt hn hint piillnd iinyuiiif jm;o|iJi} Iioiii  llw wide/' in liml, himu,      I ���  ! ' i    '     \        ' ^  Tim rSluter  of ftdono'K  Dry out  1'ol.ur itoguiK,'. left, and  drying out al. Murcora , .., ..���  Mai'lliU, iSoiirol (!ove, whore. Ihoy  \yoro luluui nfl'or Iniintl pluukud H'roin  llio oiH.an by Hen Kun^ mid IiIk mm  (lowurd of iSeciielt who hud tipoliled  lliu tivoj n |il���� wnlur where Ihey hud  K|,(.ni leu iviinnloH following Hiiikiiit*  of IJiuir Iwulve fool, ���jpeedhout,  posed giayel development on the ff'ec.l'.cll  Peninsula  "I'am as inlerestctl. pa yourself jl.i piiir  serving aesthetics and nuiiiiluiiii'-g "our  nuturul onvironmonl insrifur as jt is possible and I t|iink.a fair review of the  ehunging policies which haye, been im-  pleiiienled iiiJhe Lands Bervice, Forest  Ser���vice, Water Resources Service and  Pollution Control Board wpu'd ���iuf'slant:-'  iate lily concorn.. However, if this Province is lo inoye I'drward the resources ol'  the Province will reijiiire lo be developed'  and since tbun'c resources are in fixed  locations II is iinpossililu lo sliil'l the site  of a resource development, when the need  lo develop same becomes apparciil,  "Yoii aru no dot|bl uwiiro thai, within  lhe nbx.1, lew yours Ilium will be nn on-  . Ironic shorlago of gravul uggregate In Uiu,  lower miiijtlmid npd if liiiilrling eosls aru  lo lie kepi lu a minimum c/nivel doiio.sils  of t|ie nuliiri! 'OiKiuri'liiH on tlm 3eche|t  Puninttii'ln, niiii-|, bo iluvuiopu'd, In develop- '  luenls oi'lliii. uuliii'i; tin: Ciuvui/iuheji! will  miiiiiri) Uuil every pi'oi.'iiiilloii In Inlum in  I'oliiilillllnlo the Imidn .In a iiiiliiiiui:liii.y  eoiidiliun,  ''The iipplicaliiiiiH ol' ConHlritelioii A|l-  gre-'iihuj Iiiiii urn i:iii-i-i!iiily. un'llir, rnVluvy  by my Deiinrliimiil mnl'no l'iiinl..dei:|i.lim  Iinu ns yi.-l been iniulo.  "JVIuJcm! ��   arppp' tp*  giounds oi  the Mppicipal, hall |ias (ripen  %   ttt  EXPLAINING the function of the newly  formed Sunshine Coast Regional District Ratepayers Association which will  act as a watchdog for ratepayers throughout thp district, pro' tern president Mr.  Bill Bryson said its sttrength lies in its ���  membershipy  Boundaries of the newly incorporated  Association  coincide   with   those, pf   the  Sunshine Coast Regional District, tlie idea  being  that all other ratepayers  associations in the district whether chartered or  not can be represented on the board of  directors of the newly incorporated body,  ^it^t organisations were .represented  ai- the meeting held ]ast Wednesday evening in thp Wilson Greek Community H*"U-  Are*-. Ej I.-jtepayers. which covers lhe'("}*"-  tiict fiom V/opd Bay to (he Sechelt Village bpundury   wai?  icmcsented, by   pip  icn* picsident-Mr-I-aqpd^n *md Mn i?igser.  fSpehdH 'pptpWiy^rcprfMcihApLi' p^prdt-l-  ciation, president Mr. B. J. IVIcLean.  TUwanek Ratepayers, Mr. Ernie Graves.  Sechell Board of Trade, vice president  Mr. Doug Wheeler. Many other members  of these organizations were in attendance.  REPRESENTATION    ���"'  Speaking personally Mr. Brysqli said  that from  his  own experience any  ap-,  proach   made   by  an   individual   to' the  Sunshine Regional Board-is filed'under''  "J" for junk.  Directors are supposed to ropresent  ratepayers in their area but they dp pot  bring problems to the people and ask  what they want done- Tbpre is a tre-  roendous feeling of animosity towards the  Board and IndiYiduai rjlirecUirs. anpl popple,  feel they ��iic being tiamplcd on by the  Regional Board  cancpllcd lerpporanly 11 Kccms a few  unJoicsccn pioblcni-i cioppcd up lending  ip the pulling oil ol tljc pyeiif, Howpypr,  plans ace now afpol to lipid the cohedrl,  al a later date, probably sometime in  Aiigitsf.  TJlp tha*ima-i"in>0 diew altcplion to  de���t(M, dpiiTpurlJuhd i^M/nby *.   ^!?.U!i'^  ^fl��  diieclois Selip.i Pfiik Commiini|y Ast.q  Lialion, prci>|dcnl Mis Lloyd P|��is>ci, Gibsons Heights Ratppaypcs, prpsidpnl Mr.  . .fin.1 Gurnpy; West Gibsons Heights Rato-  paypr.s, president Mr. Djck Derby;_Qraii-  thams  Landing  Property  Owners  Asso-  Elusive entity..;.  Regional PiBt..iniU-'.-taLtQ. ���  shows anticipated.increase  t*fo^��emical...  Open,-' lines: supports Matyor  in opposition to handout's  l|t)'J'|l  Viiiicoiivrir pre-iii mid ii ni<l|n h)h-    lnni\ nwulloil (lllwonii rul-nlT, lln mild |io  ,,^JJ(lllJHI\;iLjl'IOII,lilH,IWlll��Jil^  jp lhe Gihimiiii iii'iin in rngiii'ijtr Inim-cullm!    Ih ih-|ihcI|m| In iri-ri t)n��'i|��ui In AugiiM, iiImi,  iniy(i|illi)g yrwlli mul ,l||i- I'Vidnrnl Oi'iimi'-   l)<> full (|lnii|iimliili!il,Uiul ,l)in Deiiurliiimil  an,III..,,    !..���    V.,i,Hi    Hraaaii'iua, ||,|||    i||,|    (U!,j),    |j|     |M    ||||H!||;in    p|lU|ll    wll|l  <!|)lll|l.'|l, t ���  liinllli.'ii fpy  Vuiilli l'i'ii|(iiiiii  At  l'i��l  I'iVtu'liii'  Dieiillnit iff'f^'iinilii,  Muynr W��lly f-ut'urmin mild Im liini bi-tnr | -VHITUAIi AID  ,-inlfnil  i|i|(!-i|iui|i<  op  Iiiii  nlr |>y'CKINW        yyj,^ (|������)TV  liiiilo npoii-linn. mmi ,|iiri|i Wnlmlur, W'ib- '  hlirr, II HeniiiH, wim Ini.'Oimed ul iioinu |��|'  I'm griinln iiiniln l��y lliu PiMleni) ilovern*  iliniil for I'liiluli) iu'dJihiIk In (liu ami,  In'tliii ciihii'nl' yniilh lii)nio|n, Mnyor  I'lilmnDii mild Im hml li'dd WiHrnlur lie In  o))|mi,in| hi them: "wn are nut' Ip /i pot*|-  lliii) In imlli'ir llinmi Ilii.llliillniiH,mid I'll)'-  iljor, wu linvn no I'iicIIIHoh i'ny muilr llilimn"'  Jut Mild, AhIioiI by Webiiliii' if any iesiponM-  ihlii body hkIhIi'iI Iii l||ii men In niiin.'i'vlmi  'jiiiHl'iln, llm. M'ly'ur |-��i|iil<Ml, "not liml. |"mn  11 Willi)  oi'',A ,   ^TW7r*fiiiVi"i)'n"iiji'iiii'"f-"i'iii> rr'iMii:'ioj;iriiii'''''a   Viiiii'ia-iiVor dully^ii!wi.|ni|ii)i' (jiimieil bhn  am In wliy he wan irpimni.if lo llm /irmiln  loi'lnciil |��r|))i;i!in, He mild he lojil llinn he  ruiild hirer im neiiMi In f*|f'.'it(fltnf< liMiiiiyn'r'ii  nmncy on miiih'IIiIuu ihul i�� no good at  nil.  GUT OFF  Aid, Hup Crimby ��r,-po|ii!i| Hint |)i(iiv|i|��  uiul highway-- di-|��iiiiu��.'ii|, |ieo|il�� |iav��  In/mi \dlmwdpn Uiypit,, oif, wllli1 lioinm.  IIW'HDM   Uloilg   lllU   |H0|HHI'nl   |'HI4l��J   Pt  JlM)  y IMhuii, iii|mri|ii|' on' Um  Klin |)i:|iurliiM.'|il, mild li/<ieeiiiri|l him Imi'ii  riiiu.'bed on n iniiliml u|d nrriinnmiM'iii be-"  twuen Ihu  ViuioUH Iiiu ilinli-hilh, lo eliinil,  Iiiiii milium eiHij,million in tin. .uvnnt ul  a mirir-iiN I'iru Involving Im-gii liupoiimii  liu||i|illg miii.'Ii iim ii lioiipilnl ip m:lm,i-|i.. Tlm  ngi'miiieiil In not up in rnnih n wiiy.HildH  will, primi iiilvmiingi.'oiiii, io lliu V.Jli��ii"i  fiuiher ,|l in put hJmlirig mul mny bu Im -  mliiiiicil |it,m>y limn, (*n |i|-i iiiciiininmiiiii-  lion, (!Mi|||i:||'inoviid to lulopl lliniiicoiii-  nii'iidiillonti,  -  nhtrirnr mMi, -"* -*: ������������1-~ -������  ('jl'i'Uliil' iii!i;kli|/(  IiiihIi.  Iuw/ihI  n.lnb '  ",Ili'liwi:H" nl a A\X". fpiiiylii Hull of I'mmi  in v-un|i,��iivi?i' iin/ii/dii Ijoiili ihe imioti'i.  Hon by Aid, l,))��m�� Hint .J^i  |r,'ii|tMjlHe a  ��� Yiu|.!Niuyi:;.^jliM.i|Jii.j>).u^Muyiii-���l,-,ili.'i'.i:r.iu..  ndilurl Ihul  jiinilis I'm- Mir)i n piiijeil  nh  jioi-'O'ttlfi fmd��o|, Jlovvoviii', Ai.I, ChniIds,  Mnndollcau   i��K-miw,ml ' IImi   view   Ihul   |l'  (rrinirl ||if n very woill|'w))||r; propotiitl,  It yffiR nuivctt i|)o mniitir lio d|i.niiiMii'  ���fprlhtp* hy Ajd, Dixon nnd Um Rccimiiliin1  W<'<;luly,  *.- i|.'  ';��� r ;   '  WHILE it lioeins nhnost impos'siblu Ip get  a triti: picture of the mill rate w|tl)ln  the Regional District, 11 does '.seem tliut an:  illi.Tcatu: lias cniiu: about, as was generally.  iinti(.ipnlc(i,  ,Jn .Iiiu rupiM'l, iiruKeiilud .Inst week lo  Ilu; Hug-jnj*ul' liourd, Socrutary Truiu-iiroi-  Cl'imicti Gooding slnlud! A liililu showing  pompai'iilivi: mill rules applied "iigiilnsl  uauli fuiiclioii. fpr llm yourn 11)111) '- IIJ7I ��  llni', liepp pVi!|iiirod, Yiiu will polo ijint  v/hllu thm-u Ik Utile vnr|liliiiii' |u l||(: (rd-,  inlnit'.lnillvi! ruin ovor lliu imiiod thni'ii  iil'fi incrouncii rnliuiMlng liici-uiiHud liudmiln  mid com!i, In l'lmii)l,i|| and Cjiirliugo ailliis,  'A I'l.'iiiicllon in iiilo for KI red |(|gbt)rig ,  Jn Liuigdiili; iind, Gi'iiiiIIuiiiih'In lhn (ml-  cimm of liirii'Uiiisod uliimiuiuil vnluulliiii in  lliufii) moiiti, A hIiiiIIiii- rurhictlui) Mlmuld  occur in |l|u WilnoiiHi Oruiik-Holmu l-nrl-  Miruii iiii-vf y'uni'/ , ���      .,,'  ,������  BUH.D1NG  Hii|IiI)iih |i|M|iuti1n|H liVorl Huyliuri) rii-  liurbid |iinii��;ui:n, of -M (Hil'inlln diiiing iiiK-  ii.'cii work iJiiy.s pf Juno,'Thiwai included  II) family I'iihIiIuiiimih,!! nmliilu Imnmn, till  pluiiiiiing mid ID iiihuin, Tiilnl viiluu wim  n)-|?Alnii|i|, Thin in vol veil l>7 iliH|ii��i.>i|iM|N  illld    lolnl   funii   i:o||iii;|i:i|   mimuillud    In  ~����-^|��Mllmd|i|UM'-iil'"''lliU"-li|gli-nil��'*o��*">'niwlli-"-'  ' nf Hm iu'uii iii mIwiWii by Um HulHIllA  , iim|iiiuloi>'-i I'uimil qt ii i.U iiiniill) pmioil,  Tn mud of .Iiiih: lll'/O, Imlliling vnllum  Inlulloil jjiirM.HliH. Mr Am Hiimu \my\nd nf  lll'i'l tntiil building vnlucii wuru $l,ir':i,l|l)il.  Un uvi.-r hull' a nilllliii) dolluiM.  MARINA PBOJBCT  DJrocliir <'llli Thiiiold, i'oniin<!||i|ng on  -i\ pinpimorl .In jink wnlm- mul /imi)nii pio-  : Juc) id, l|)i; .���Y/|i|u).|jii|ij> Ipp, Miild ho lum  rucpjVKil iC'iiuiiiliur, ii|' Jul lurn li,niii r.-iin-  cui'/iihI i'I!m)iIiiiiIi-,' Hnwi'ivur, Im l)iu< nuw  |i)m-|ii:(l Ihul |)nb||i; Iiiniln niu 'lnvolvit/il  lipd, lilrlliur, thu liruiikwiil'ir wJII' l��u  rii')ii|iui!l.if| by Uiu Jlopiuininiii nf hil'llu  WuiltH, TllU|'��!|ll|0( ||l) Wlllllll   |||U! Il| IIMNIirU  tiftpi'd lo  |)r|r;ii and  I'liirunlM,  l|)ii.n|nU?i:l  will   hu  impci vlim.l   by   Ihu   l),(\,'\\ Tin:  |i|-i!iii.-nl   |)lniiN   full   fin'  ii||i|ii   of   (||||<|mi|  "j)ii")|��iiwi|ii mid |)ii fimliY l||u|v ruipnipti |ill|i;'  niniion 'ftii< coiici.'lil.  MYHTKRIOI'M DIRHOTQM  Ai|ol||i.'r |iii|iiii.iiloi|uil (.miiiii;!)* by pj|-i:i!-  hir Ki'iilik.Wuiii wnA, iipiiiiiniilly, /pennl In  r*|��iify..# ri?w>ijnne��i��|*ii��)p Bi* �� prpv|ot?i-"7i||rrn-��if""l|l'i7''>*nn'iyrTn'l'"i'T|ijfi!'ii  |r...  ��)'>*dhm,A>y hUp,,liml���Mpr.hplLti\i(mM,i.uy^MmL.pnii\n'pyp,ttl l-n-��l����duM-for-||io-^"i��n*  mibti|iiiiiiii)|y  iiiDin  Im'  liiiipuctlnpH  turr.    Hhlpu Coimi, A fui'l|i��r vlpmU w|lli Mr.  cil shoulri ei-iiBfldPr juinlpg with i(iu. Brnird  in t|ic ij'unctiofi pf pui|d|ni' Inspcplion,  . T||isj if js aflsiifpcd^wpuld i'-cludo cost  .slurring pi future .stuff-ip Hint department  and in l-luni)i|)/.* pfl'leera milnry. 1*119 ���"IMl*  uiloii pruKuntly |s Hint tlm I'liuinur |s reii-  poiiK|b|u fpr chucking perniM. iippjleiilinns  liufiiru final approvul nuiy bu givcp by  tho Inspector. , ,    ,, ,       ,  WusfKiiid l)�� bud nindu l|io sugguK-  lloim after ��jiidy|ng"ll)u finnneiiil UKpecbi  und' Inurning Ihul Connuil bud mudi: n  "i.ulii,|n))llii|" profit from luiildini" pm'-  iii|In hull your, fuiilim', llic uri'iijiufinienf  wum on mi ui-purlnifmlul busis only,  , The Diri.'i.'lor milled "I sec mum: on I -  bni'isl, l'ullowed t|)i| pro|)iiiiu'|ni|"iuiltMil, Hm  liml i)u:ulln|(, Tlmru won!' I'.e'puiiH nuidii  Ihul u niyslui'loim rliiucior bud mild Hm  Kii|(i(i<-nllon I'UHullurl. from thu Board liulug "  in fipiinnial dlfi;i(:i||lipH., I mi'\ luslluvu  miy ilireidnr here would liuvu mild mmli  u Ihing, und mm Only ruponi It iniiHt lie  nouns inyHfei'loiiii djrecliii',"  lyliiyoi' Hwnlii, ({lulled in Jim ,'riineH'  lis nuikiiiH Dm miiiiincnt ul luul Council  meulliiK, (old Went "Couneil in lukln/( l|iu  mul lur iiinlui' nilvlmmiunl,"  Spray storiesjliwil��  Hut Beniei by Hyiro  HIMIAYINtr pi' |mwur llnu-i. ui'eun (iitii)n  up niiuin ul liml Dieullnit of Um l'lu/(ionii|  Bounl wllli u wmineni hy nirwi.ii')' Burt  iSlmlri- Hud ' Im iiiiileridmiilM' M,(!, ilyilrn  lilmm mn:))-li ni'iiMi'iilii wllbli) lliu l)li)l)|i:l,  Hll'-ielni'  I'liillli   Weld, mild  ||iey  liuvu..  nlieiuly hlmiud in 'l)m i'or!  Mu|loii ni'uu,.,  and liml'ho iiiulmiiiiinili; l|m n|)i:rnl)oiiu  m lit uKiui)i| linni l*orl Mulluh l'�� I'owbII  Uiver,  Hecreinry Truimui;!!)' <..||ui'l��n" noud|n|{  imiii he luul n|)o|u!ii iii: li/mil Hydro Mmiu-  Kmy l-'lrJi-li'Mw-iw-li und Iind been liifurmod  Hml thin In pot im, aSlmidinn In Idi- Muyur  I'eleiimii of (IIIimoiim, A KI.. (lurry DImiii,  mild the I'DiinHI'iwu; heeii juimuri.-d liml  II will he nutiidd nhoiilil llyilni I'lmiililm-  > ypi'hniiiruUpiwrlhyi.vipi' Wi*i'i| imimr.iV"1'  *lud "wlMu'r'Hn) Job In niniplnliNl,"  Jl wim moved ."i lellm bi- m:|)| Ii) l\,V,  Jlyilrn re/ili.|J!i)m< olijei'liou in ��,|iniyim<,  pniHnilniiy HI iiiiiNiinily l'i wnlur i<hudn.  * tlliiM-Miiji   w|l||   |)nw   ('lu^llleiilii,  hiip- '  !ii|ijeil  iT-a   *��� ~. *   rrr nil" */f*  ^irii|<i|  Bwiid  olfci's   no  fjnniinaJ  slnfc-  mr-iil fo lc|l |u^p.|yuls how lliu moiiuy i^  bcin�� spent.  With full iiifiivjdiuil meinberslup ip  tho Hof-ioiuil Hi|l'cp"iyor.s- Assqciiilion, "wu  can difcc",' tiot diclulc. and ("el, lliint'"  elope/' said Mr. Bryson.  MEMBERSHIP  B,iit*H'c!.s|.|(iiis were.���offereil ri"H''ird1iij(  mciulmrship npd if seum.s liml. inilividual  niemiiership would /have' i<reulct;l ul'fuul. .  ill lundju-,' slrcn|(t|i to lljo oi'i,,.,uii-"uliou.  However; all oxislini' or|{(ini'"(ili(iii''i weru  slrouidy reciiminonded fo li|iieti,oii,im |ii-,  diy|diial bodies -niid,' lirinii Ireir ruripm-  mendullonH yiu Ijieir duJurjulus to |)ic. lin-  KJoiiiil A.s.spcialiqn, w|i'ieh w||| (ly.J'mi"''ti'"'  spokqsinan I'or t|ic wholo il'reu.  Mrjmbe'rsbip fee |ii l|ie t"ii|if-liiiio Ponst  lUiitifiiiui JliKlriot Huteiinybrii A'-nsocliilion  io $!i,0l) nnd Mrs. |ae Pii��c. of lliu West  GiliHOim'Hei��l|l.s Itiiloj'iiiyprH hi eliiiirniui)  oi' a mninbcrilhip drive.  Anyone  w|kIjIi)*i I'nrlhur Infoi'iniilipji  nl|oiild,eoiit-iel'i��ei:relur,y Ifeimuyay of -lliu  At��-iieiutluii Mr. V, L. Aiuler.'ion, MiiCtil- -  lou-'li ltd,, lt.ll.1.,. Secliell, i  Mr. liryc'r"') ulreiiHed Iluii all meellititii  will open In, nieinbern, even ufoimilivu  anil eoihmltli.'e im:c||)i|(ii. if mny not ul-  wnyn |)u,p(inn)hle (py -ii)ilividiii(|ti 'lu tipuuk ,  , bul   wliunevur piiKiillile Homy iim.'ummu-'  liulioii will- Im made.       /A-J  Aiiked how l|m |)ii|)|l,(/wuiild lie ublu  An I'mei-dnll nny f|oi:|i.i|j[)|.'|ir miulu |��y llm  I'pidnn'll ilfiunl wliieh uyn mineeeplulilu  In I'lilepuyerH, Mr, I'ryuun mild Hml n wp-  renentul|vu wptilr) ulleprl nvuyy Huj'lniinl  Hourd-iiii!i:li|i/( mul ulim i.-oinniillec iueel-  ,ii)/|'i if (Iiiu'iii' ullnwed,  li!N-ifi|l|ivil  memlierti  wlll.ruiuul  liiiek''  lu    llieir   rimpniillvn   or/(iiiila'-iil|iiiiii   mid'  VII||0l|H Hl|/l(|i)is|'|iin�� niiuin will Im i.iuillud '  llfiforu llm pew ANiiueluiliiii c/ills ilu i'Jrnl. ���  /tmiurnl  menliiui,  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  io action!  iwiijiiBaa  In today's Closslfiedir-  l*>��,Hr<^**f����*,f��i*trff**j^^  I'IMTi" OntyUm, iPind Irnll'liniim wllli nil  MiUiid   iiood   inmiimiH.   u|m��   wet|li;r/i  /inilijle, .      - , .,    ,  f******,n**^*****,*^**��****^m0^tr}t}**ri**rHi^^  ff���'rill1i:ii/Clfli.i.lllHdi.,.n)(n,li-ovur.-2,1*00' liifmim-���-  (IO,00��) inodfliia).   '      ,  * llmou f.lr)i.i.lllriii. t)ii INIO Ihu lif-im.'^ , . . ' .  ,  nol on |(jwi)*i, r.irccii or In ciilvrji��, ,. i  ��� 'Iliniii< C|ui.i.||U)dtt mo lew r.o-,1, liluli p/iloutj"  ,      Ul|f!l. |0|||dia.       ��  '��� V  rliil oui by Hu; lti.'nloi|iil lliilldlnj{ Jn-  ttinn'.iny, Hit |iud ijii|i||i-*lr;d llpil npnrl fyppi  ili�� $)<)' VU)��i'<) f-uiiiu.'i) nuw.'.j>iiyii por  liiMimullop, in iu|d|l|om'l lj|��l i.'Imi'K" "f  'Jjil.OOfl Lu liildeil,, Am UP ullu>iiul)vu Cupu  la   ,  Jieiim.ii  uliii) icvunlcil  the  I'm:I   Hml   lhe  ntiuiiiM were eompleiuiy wlUmut foundu-  |oil mid iiltlmii/di n MflinlJ uieii peur f'lfiw-  r  i  lium  i)))nlil .|iii  uprnyed  |i|u-||-ud (py,l|��|ii uyt*u, ���  Jnlcr,   pppa   In  .  ', Phono 008-91564  * Phone lines open Sundoy; clnisI'M  ��$y@%�� J,'/***     ^|,.gT.wvtwJJ^C. ^~>��-'a^^^>aWw��^w^��V^a>^^^ " **~ "-T  ^   "~i**l   '      v.   ",'''-",,       ' <"- a ' " , . ' - i.   - \    h , f J a \    *" '       ���  Ifc-t ���      A . ' ��� c ..... . .> : , .    .    ���   , ��� ,     '     "  * "  �� 9  'J  ���ft  *   1  "   '*  'M:  s  .  ^1  .-  A,  ."'I  t ���  -j  Poga A,,% The Peninsula Times, WegnfajflYi jjyne'30,1971    j^, EsfATE (Cont)  f0^^^0000u^0i0!r0im0.0i00ip0Viu.Mv^iv^  REAL ESTATE (Continual    %GM ESTATE (conh) ' JBA^ ESTATE (Cont,)  REAL ESTATE (ConHnued)     WANTED TO R1NT  THepEJ^^yi^^eA ��eqhe|t - Phone 885b?$f4  Classified  'fal)l^gf)t*i0m000imfi0^^  APPROX. 31 Vis i-ores in West  F-pypu'se , ^ay av("fl flf  $a(-be|t. Cpijita.pi: -"flmirus^vfi-  .t-PT. Ifll-aOH Utl* Ave., Sflwt\v  Opftnbtvpok, 9,0.  ���        (I6|li"-a-  PubHsh<?d Wednesdays bv  Powell Riyeir News T��wn Cner  Se.ch.elt: Time*, Ud.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established ]96Z   .     ���  WORK WANTED  Member, Audit Purequ  af CircMlatipn*!  March 31,   1971  Cross Cjreu'n'jqn 2884  Paid Circu'ntipir, 2396  _As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line A,d-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion $1.00  Three Ipser'ions --^~���_-^-S?2.00  Extra lines (4 ward*;) -1_t_���,~2Qg  '-. (ThiSi rate doe? not apply fa  commercial Ad-Briefs)  ���'���-.���.  Box Numbers ,���^-^���, \Q*) extra  50c Bopk-keeping cbqrge is added  for /\d:*"riefs^n0t paid by  "'*" pufciticqtion date.  Legal  or  Reader  advertising  35f  ,'. .."*_. .;;,pgj.58'jn"r.;lirje!��.,, ....  Subscription Rates������  By Mail!,  Local Area ^.-^.^���faM yr.  Outside Lo��:al Area ���r*��7,00 Y*V  USA.A-~,r--r-T-^$9,QQ yr,  CHUCKS painting & decorating. Guaranteed  work, reasonable rates.  885-3*17"'.  ��� 54*>2-t.fn  EXpERTEINfCEQ drywall acoustic" <Sf texti'rpd ceilings, now  Ip  Ribsons  area  and sevving-  the Peninsula, ^ree Eslimat.es.  Past  service. Phojie Q &  ~*jf-  Drywall, 084-5315,,      4308-tfn  WE-OFFER-a poniplete tree  service tp the entire Sunshine Const. Our \yav\z is ii>  suri?d and exppi-*ly perfprm-  ed. Phone for frep est'mates.  Peerless Tree Services. Phqne  (185-2100. qg5j7t|i\  COMPLETE  lands^apiirig- service. Gardening, iawjvwe,  fencing. By p'ontrapt, Pb- 88fi-  7126 pi- 88Q-2717.' 631(i"-tfn    > -,,,'......,-.,........  buiilding,  Ph.  (36(14-32  CARPENTER.' -7-  iiitis.bing & remgd  885-0345,  Overseas  :$10,pp yr:  $3.50  Special CitueUS,  *  ,.   Local .Are<"   '-.  By Carder'���^yj;...,.. 40f:rna.  CoRyrjght Qpd/px property rights  subsist'! (n qll display advertising  and other rriciteriql qppearirig_Jn_  "JpiiFiclitipn of the Sechelt PehlrA  .su|q Times, permission .to reproduce wholly pr in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a r^hotagrophic ar offset process  [pa publjeptian, r*"U*it be obtained  ip writing from the publisher, Any  Unauthorized reproduction will be  subject to reeoursf in law,  t'. ..?:...i',"'.Ji;" .':...:.. ..���..."... - u - ���-���..������..:���  CIIIJLD pare by day, bifebi pv  \veeH in my home. Reasons-  able rates. PH. 886729.37.        4  .';  _->f   6657-32*'  l|.;D,- iJiar-iianip welder, alili  jie_cesai3iiy tools-. P'ipne 885-  2354, . Cmi-Wi  PRIVATE  tea  cup   and  leading. Ph. 8&5-0342.  PERSONAL  ROBERTS CREEK  DRYWALL  Taping  and  pilling  by  i""n^  and machine. Spray Tex Spai-7  lcle Ceilings.  /  Phong 88rj-7] 93  Roberts Creek, B.C.  CHARLES ENGLISH LT&.  ���Real Eri'ate & insiivaupp  SUNNYOREST   SHOPPINQ  " CENTRE  Gibsons, "-J.C.  pIBSQNa *G*y*RAL- A now 8  bedrqpn\ bouse with fuR  basement, curpnvt, dbie. .pUuii-  bin,g, fireplace, Six sloping  acfes of vinw property. $211,-  000,  tenns  ayailiibte.  886-2481 .   /  WATERFRONT 1.01* in qibsons viUqge, near Qpspel  RpWi;. Size about 85x100. Terrific view over Shoal Clmrrpel.  $7,700 PP.  88ti-Msn      . ���  NORTH   FLPTPWER   ROAO  (Gibsons)    Reaiitit'ul     >*iow  fi-Givi   this  2   bedroom   bonio  pyerioolviwg- Howe "Sound. t,ge.  tiR with dining area* \yvv P?ti"- ������  petting,   utility ��� I'ppiii, i ��� ��� pjir-t.  bas,ernent.   Snndeck   Car .Por)  ' 'iind In e-vtra bedroon\ fOP the  teenager or guests at the rear.  A/O i\e��it. $16,500 FP.  "      886-2481"  QHASTE1R RPAD: 2'/a acres  part 'clefareclr' view, $7,500. 5  c^wes (325 ft. x675.ft.), $8,500,  ��   7 886-2481  CI-IASTfR ROAD:  Two  bed-,  room stucco house with v'ie\v  of  Geqrgta  Strait.  On-double  6684r32^ "to,   sjie   nr^bfriiO.   Yfayt   base-  : ������    merit'. A very 'attractive modern "home,, and note tbe price  includes    dishwasher,     range,  fridge,    washer,    dryer,    deep  freeze   rotaAing   TV   aotenno.  $20,&5O FP with $8,500-down.  88G-2481  card  3EMI   waterfront   landsgaped  8*,fA-2Qf'*-l    ' 6642-32  1,000 a���j!'PT. beatitifv'l ocean  view, big'lot, a bedrpom split  ]evoj hpuie,, Fully elec|rip, \\>.  to w- oqrp^t tty-pi'gjuput,  vanity hathropm, FrwUlyn  (irepii-ca, 25,' -^ 23' (ftn\ily-v��?tL  room, 'cable-vision' large  closets, lots of torage room.  Asking price $20,500- Apply  Po* -I7��, -NPS'tb, "Vancouver,  please give pliojje miroper, all  replies  --.tiswpi'ed.        6637-1 fn  5'rpEPROOM housp with self-  contained suite in basement.  ���Tl acre and t'vuit trees pn Go\\r-  er Point Road. .Full price  $18,000. Phone 886-2470. After  ,Iune 24th phone 886-9301.   6564-1 fn  PQRNER lot for sale at Selma   Park     100x120.. Phone  jKMP.'i. fiopq-ttn  IfiO ACRES, some ocpan view,  secluded, alt yfcaV p'reek,  best. biiy_ nre^ Near Secret  Cove. Cash $60,000, will apcept  ���third down. Write ,Bp*- 6676  c/o peninsula Times Box "110,  Sechelt. 667fi-tfn    .     'a* ���  F.Q.R  SALE by owner,  house  on  view' "lot,= Davis- Bay. 2  yejEirs old 8Q0 sq. ft. 2 bedroom,  all electric. Ph. 88.5-9403.  ��� 6662-32  VIEW property ��� Most  . attractive 2-bedroom home,  With garage und substantially  completed Guest cottage, on  3.06 semi-waterfront am  flve-rlnaking beautiful- Halfmoon Bay. Property subdivided into 3 lots, fronting on  Redrooffs Road. Entire .property priced at  $23,000, though.  2 BEDROOM house on 2 view    ELEVATED   undeveloped'   10  .   lots.  Wmw ViWagP,  1"?21 -   ��� -'-*-**- "��������--��� -- ���*��-  qien   Rd.,   qibson*-.   p|i.   886-  flP44r   ' ftfjP6-33  liseeHai^CS'ltfraTiymous ������  Meetings 8:30 p.m., ThiirsV  days, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9.327, 886-  2343. 4979-tfn  WISH   to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints   members.   Ph.    885-  1"547 or 886-2546; 4505^tfn  OBITUARY  WILLIAMSON���June 21, 1971,  Muriel Margaret Williamson  of Garden Bay, B.C. Survived  by her loving husband Sid, 2  sons, James Patrick, Trenton,  Ont., Shaun Dennis, Garden  Bay, 1 daughter, Mrs. vShelagh  Seme, Niantie,.; Ppntja, 2' sis-  tpis, Mrs. Jean GaMirier, Van--  _couy^r^J^gL-andcliUdmu. JBuayt  ers Wed.,. Jime 23 at 8 p.m.  from the Fanily Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home, . Requiem Mass Tliurs., June 24 al  10 T a,in, from Most Pure  Hearliof Mafy Roman Catholic  Church, Gibsons. Interment  Seayiew Gemetnry.. Harvey,  Funeral Hom'e, Gibsons, d'l'*  eclors, ' 0007-31  WHITAKER--.Iune   21,    1971,  Ronald   Frank  Whitaker   of  Davis  Bay,   B.C,   I'redecnnsi.'d,  by  his   wife  Don-on, .luite  7,  ...11)71. iSurVlvi'd by' ono hoii  .lack and duughltT-ln-lnw Pat;  ono grnnddiwighlur SuWan-.'iuid  ono giandsori David, Funeral  sru'vico was linld on Monday,  .liino 20th. at 2 p.m. I'roii) thii  Fanilly Cluipol ol Iho llnryoy  Funeral Homo, Gibsons 11,0,  Rev, I,), Popple olTloialo'il,  'Criirnalion, In li<fii of I'lowoi-H,  flonallons to the ���Kxi.o'u.Uul  'Ctpv  Unit  of HI.  Miiry'rt.lly'M-  ���'  pitui, riucboii, Li.CJ.       tiiiicfiui  CARD OF tHA'NKS  IT IH wltl,i llio fihicoi'iiHt Hi'ittl-  I'udu tliut  wo oxprufin lo our  iiutny frlundH our iipprociulinn. '  ,ul' lliolr I'l'ndly I'-xiiruaSHlniiH.nr'.,  uhIuoiii  In  tlm  woi'dn of nyin-  pidliy which I'uinU In un In our  iiMiurtviHinoiit in Ibo Iiim*s of 't\\\  holrivci'l    wilo   and    niolhoi',  Theiur liuiidblo I'Xpi'UHhloiiH nf  fiyniDalhy liuyit' lin||iiiil lo  IlidilvHnPiO' -linW'Inii ol' liorrowr  'J Hon F, Wliiiukrr h Kmnlly,  (iii:i().;i;i  ��� MHH, Hum Dnwo und family  wluli lo o-tpri'iiij to llio lining  Ti'IoikIh, l,lio|r liuiii'll'u'll lliunlui  .-.foi'^-lliM^4i��kfinri''-'pl,~-��yfripfi|liy'*'  ' trt|)(l��.'i'i;(l fliuin ilurliiK llu'li' W'  , crint. Iiiiruiiviiiii'iiil.      ' (iV.llhlll  0IRTHS  ^ ��3IPSons vmiej-N DRuas���"  . ,  ,  ,  I* pleated fo  uponior IliU  fllrlli   Annovnconiorir   ipnco,   and  nkionii-i'Uotr *WI��h��* to Ilia liapiij"  pmreriri,      NYGAIH) .Iim u'nrl MiU'j  nro I Hippy lo itiinuuncu llm  birth ul' llmlr , duii-dilnr,,  Dunnu " Mnrloiiu, Hi, MiicyVt  Jlo-ip|liil(',liiiiu n, 1071, V llm,  ii in, (iiiii;mii  =B027-t-tri  HI-I.P WANTIP  EXPER. .carpenters and helpers with own tools required.  Ph.  885-9722. .6721-31  HOUSEKEEPER - with -some  practical nursing experience  to live in. Salary and time  off negotiable. Reply n own  handwriting to Box 6585 c/o  Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. .'. 6680-29  REAL ESTATE  WEST Sechelt, 3 bdrm. home  on view acre lot, landscaped  ROBERTS CREEK: 8.:i acre  with revenue home. Main  house has 2 bedrooms, large  =JgR^t4t4*=4"'er=4a��ed^  heat. Lower suite has-2 BR's,  self contained, and rents for  $85 per month. Could be VLA.  $21,9000 FP.  886-2481  BEACH AVENUE: Roberts  , Creek. Cleared view lot, 50x  150, ready to build upon, ST  approval obtained, power on  site. Only 4,5000 wittr easy  tWm"s7~~~~~  888-2481    ���  'SECHELT: Six beautiful acres  gorgous   view,   good   water  supply.   Could  be  subdivided.  I-Iere"s^.eal privacy for $19,000.  *     886-2481  riiay be sold separately. More  details and inspection, call  Jock or Evans Hermoii at  ,112-883-2745.'- Chas. English  Ltd. -   . ��� 6641-33  POR'sale by" owner���large lot  wilh=#U-4WAM^^^  ���     EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE '  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238,  Gibsons,  P.p.. .  QlfiSONS VH.LAGE: Comfpr-  tablu, Two \\\\. home, cpr\-  traity located. "fl��l,se t'*ls stucco finish. Lqrgp L.R., 'Titchei,  an,d dining i\mp, 3 pen. p.R.  Qoud * gar "ten,. ��� ^p��\ipd on a  Ipypl ,\p\ with P)**'e|}e|i|  View.  \pffeied (or IMMEDIATE sale  at $LO,(i00. P.p.  GIBSON? RURAT^; Modern 2  B.R. house qnd W'fdl "limit  roomy giipst cottage, lopated  pp 2 Vi .acres of (ovei land- Npw  oil .furnace. Elpcf. H/W, fire-  plac'p,   carport,   i^rgp   gardetl  s-j-pa, fmit tj-pps. A;vory wpii  kept cpuifoi-tahip \\smQt-. with  plenty of rooni for expansion.  PP' $l8,50p; gom.p terms���' ppsr  sible. - y~  GIBSONS YlI+LAG!! Two BR,  house,   very  centriyify  8n:d  oouvpnlPntl.y located pn qiiipt  residpn.tiai Street. Npwly dpp-  nrated, HPW.W/W iit LaR. lovely fireplace, WPilrjuiU heated  garage. Two street acpess. Ex7  cellent View., Immediate occupancy. Terms may be arranged on PP $17,850.-.Terms possible."   '  BETTER HOMES; We have a  very i\ice solect|on Oi' new  and.near irew homes in Gib-  jn^H^rplcins-ijaTidW, "DavifT  Bay and Selma-Park. Just -let  us know where you would like  to locate and W<e: wi'l tell you  what we have available  LOTS  ROBERTS  CREEK:  Lower Road. A new subdivision of large view, serin water  front lots. If you act now you  have a good choice.  WATERFRONT     PROPERTY  GOWER POINT: 3 bed older  acres withip Village of Se:  "phelt, residential ' location.  $16,000 cash, Boiv 6409, p/p  Jpaninsula    Times,    Bo*>    W\%  Sechelt. .     ji^aa-iUn  FOR SAU3 by p\ynov> cleai'ed  view lot, Davis Bay 71V x ipp'  $5,fl(lQ. Ph. m-H\X     fltl^-aa  7T   ������������������  -��������� ��� -.^.-^.  K.  BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPpS INSURANCE'  Gilrsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000        ;  EXCEL^Jp"N.T ppnmiprcial \o\  , ��� certtve SpcheH���iugjiw^y  location, Jpyel sn.d "cleaved. All  services available." Box 1104  Ppninsiila Tiiiri^s. HQ4-tfn  zj* '-=~j ;���-?'.  ��� PfNPER HARBOUR  t1on ft', pppp prpleo'ed moo--?  age  on  a^ppV'pc. ,"]   aprps.   Iiv-  cliuies a bdnvi. pWpv liuinp.  Japk Noble, Phono W3-27.P1  Rochester Reqlfy Ltd.  936-7292  iltAUAfh  2 - 3. H.HJDROPM Upi-sb wanted to.rent a�� soon a"> possible, Qibsons area. ExpeRent  vefs"  Write   fl... Proptor,   747  Bute gt���..V(UWlV^ ����0��    .-a  P30-32  Wa.iiip-'i to rent in (-"H'sons  a.rea. ph. wHM*.     67a(Hfn.  MOBILE HOMES  MEM PER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE .  PENDER HARBOUR: We*are  pleased to. olfer 44 beautiful  acs with 000' shore Good road  a.ccess. Comfortable 2 abdrm. '  home, barn etc., fruit trees.  Will consider any reasonable  Offer near $49,000." Try .your  offer and see. - ,       ,  ROBERTS CREEK: Nicely  wooded, ac sunny slopes. Community water, power', and  phone  available.  Only $5,000.  GOWER POINT: A must to  .see. Lge. view lot, nicely sit-,  u'ated, facing on .2 roads. All  services. $8,1)50.     ���  GIBSONS:  Level  acre,  excellent   garden   soil.   Attractive  \\ bdrvn.   bungalow,   spacious  living rm. with firppqee. Convenient kitchen features cuun-  ier range top, wall oven, bright  qjttlfly blT.'Moder'ii 4 pc."'vatuly '���,  bathroom-, glass enclosed 'tub.  Carport   and   storage.   $25,000.  Five acres  in quiet  location,  plose in, on|y $6,5(10.  Another tine buy is this 10  acre block with comfortable 4  room home, lge. workshop,  fruit trees. Mostly clear 'and  ready to garden. Ideal for few  horses. 'Altractive terms on  .  $26.5U0. '  MOBILE home,, almost.   up\v,  double    wide,  2   bipdrooms,  reduced for aulck ssjlp; (ip ��� ft  x 24 tM. Ph, .^5-21107, fj5627tfii  12' x 00 three hedfoom n'ohile  hbnuT~l1ir sale>Ph. 885-2047.  6088731  for mm  STORE or office space for  rent. Approx'nialp 565 %q.  ft. storage spapp in basement  for rentor. phone, days, 885-  9817 or eyes, 885-2368.  " ' 6204-tfa   !. ;     ,������-, -t- : ; ^ ^ ,  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Caiilaci  Mrs.   JJiane   Anderson,.   8857  2385.. 5465-tfn  CAdS & TRUCKS      ,-���*-  NEAR    new   8ft   Ovei' ' Cab  Camper- What  offers? Pb.  8867277 *-.       .       mw>-:  Q,M,C. 'Truck  aiul  Oaveirjan  p^nipei'i as new, pHpne 885-  MA . ���.".. 6670-30  1966 TRIMPH Spitfire, engine  repent ly overhauled, sacrifice at $800 cash. Apply Nurses  Residence, Sechelt, Ph. 885-  |H),H '        .6656-32  ma"ppbQia ^ppyBJTli.noo  ���   miles,  irrtprior, engine, tiros-.'  ���eJvcpllont condition, body work  poor, $150.-Phone 085-9974.  ���* -6690-31  rrdiik   RAMULER   Classic    for  sale.. In ioPri runnihg. order.  Ph.  885-2056- "#82-31  go^TiwgiNgsT"'  19 Ft. cabin pmispr, lifead,  sink,' bunks. -5.p .hp Mercury,  lil-p new- 'trailer, $1,95(1 .Ph.  0h5-0606. ..-'���' "6303-tfn  3 BEDROOM House for rent,  Davis Bay, split level, view,  w. to wv carpet throughout.  Wrjle Box 47*", Nm-tb Viyv.���_ .88jj-77j3_  poiiver. T^aSrj-"-; give phone'  number. All replies answered.  6626-tfir  ALL  electric  furnish,   cottage  Ut    Dayis    Bay.-  $60    Week.  885-0740. . '6674-3p  PENDER HARBOUR - waterfront furnished cottage $65  week. Available July 18 - 30  and from September on. Ph.  112.fl3n-l.HSa-" uu�� 1-:-1  _  _ . *y...VM;  home in Egmom"* Beautiful  view, minutes from famous  sport fishing area. Good location for deep water moorage.  Cash or terms. Write Mrs. L-  Larson. Egmout, B.C.    6698-32.  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Box  799,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Van   Direct:. 685-3133.  $7500.00���Full Price. Cozy Retirement    cottage,    close    to  beach  and  store,  lovely  view  of the Strait of Georgia.  WEST. SEGHELT;  Near  New  y pi] 'elect ric j (i^pie,��� panpr-aimc  iiomeon a beautiful view lot,  or a summer camp with 3 bedrooms at Sargent Bay.,.Enquire  for particulars.  Member  Vancouver  Real  Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248 ���  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer 386-9359  Wqlly Piterspn     886-2877  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  6708-31  RETIREMENT REVENUE on  lge. landscaped view lot.  Convenient to stores etc. 3  rentals, could be more. Charming owners quarters consists of  4 bdrms., spacious Iiv. rm.  with fireplc, din. rm., modern  cab. kitchen, den and utility.  Full. bsmt. Must be seen to  appreciate.  GRANTHAMS LDG: Cozy 3  room cottage, 2 lots with  view unsurpassed. You'll have  to be fast for this one al only  $9,000. full price.  6706-31  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  FOR   quick   sale,    19'   trailer,  propane   'stove   and   Jieat,  Wired, ice box, 1 bedroom, no  .toilet,   Excellent   shape,   $750  cash. 885-9654. "    0675-tfn  16' ARISTOCRAT Travel  trailer, sleeps six, propane"'  stove with thermostatic controlled oven, propane fridge &  furnace, fu'l canopy for one  side. A-l.shape, ready to go.  $2,000 cash. No offers;. 885-  9318. .     6678-32  2 EVINRUDE or Johnson outboard   5   gallon   gas   tanks,  $16  each,  spare  hose,  $7.  ph.  Jj- ^609-31-  18FT cabin  cruiser,  fibreglass  ~   over plywood. Evinrude. -Ph.  885-9316,. 6(i03-tfn  16FT. Turner Clirmer out'board  W/o   engine,   $400   or   best  offer. II. G. Ladner. Welcome  Beach. R.R.I Halfmoon Bay.  ,   6667-32  11FT fi" Aluminium boat with  ���   6 h.p. Viking. 8 months old,  =f-l^ri7-PhWlt'5-9ri.ri-i or -tittiMN41r  '     6653-32  FOH SALE, Evinrude 50 H.P.  electric  start,  good  running  order. E.  T.  Wiggins, Box 47,  Madeira Park. Ph. 883-2485.  y^, 66.33-32  lT"-pT^LAis~BCJAT,  "viricT  shield,   steering   gear,   oars  etc. Top condition. 886-9975.  6695-31  lO^-xil"    BE^Al^~^dsTrield  and   complete   canvas   top.  Price   $750.    For   information  Ph. 883-2521 8 am.-*5 p.m. 883-  2416   eyenings. 6722-33  6703-36  6709-31  MARY ISLAND  r.      *  ,*t  Cm  ���i  r  Cpl T'lNfj    Bill    uiul    laOIKlIU  (Io|||)liii^ iiio Iho jijOi|d  J)��rr-_  iriiiii' of'"'iV,"*i(uuiiiiroi,r'ii��'iiiiifui'  May, 6 llrf|, "{.i)/,-!,,' boiii Juiin  II, .1071 nl Muplo lildao llon-  pilul. tl'll'l'M  fllM  -Hick ,and.  Lorruliu' Hlni  nro lurppy  lo iiiuiouiii'o, tlui.  Mill)  of  li   iliiiiitlib'i'   I to) mm In  Ii^  A,(I mcio Moiy  Ulund locaiod In ccntrol .Pcndor Hnrliour,  Ov��r  l,h00 ll   ol bhollurcil wolcrlronl, n Inroo roiniorloblti Inrj bonni,  iiinoll(|im!ai linu'sii, Wnlur' niid hydro Irani, malnl'iiid, ''fk'ol.' I'i'I'f"  WO-. f.|25,00p, l"''W rw.lticiid In $97,800 will) lorms.  " MADEIRA PARK"  C'lioicci vloW lol ft nn <��4 ���lni  'ulidlv/slon,  Pr|rrts frcup  f .1,1)00  ��h  ,; f|.8,000, Soniii'cloarnil ieody for |iuili|inti\  RUBY LAKP  ���   ���    ; ,10 llnll Wnllirlronl Mo|ol ....   '.  '.".'   Vi..        ,    -.fl inoijnrii ,-lioui,()luio|)in(/ iinlts '      '    ,  2 t'iiloi'i|)|n(-' uiills  OKjro bi|ll'llno wilh llvlno riuortorr, lor owner  llnll-i ni'i oil nlculy_lnrfili.li.-id, buv" ulnclilc h<i'ii||iii nnd  din w��ll innlnlriliind ' .  Thorn Is u|inroxlinnl��ily-{K'Q ll, o(' wUinrhniil��� Incionn nnd  o|i|ini-(,  ?0() It, on I'uby l,nk�� yy|Hi. 5*, I Ion fit, hixilta, oiijlji  n roiiciriilu Inuiichlnn miiip. r-irolloiii lloni'��� plon'o" hru>v.  A'aMrm nilco,  *>(l5,00f-  w.lijr $1'),000 down  .^MADEIRA, PARK"  ,,;���l-u,rp<^yl<*w;Jol,oii��DoawoodJJ(ivu  llu'ifilliMi 'il.lii |��ivnl|iii|'l'-if bullillno oi- iixciillmil Min lor inoblln hornu,  Snivlnid wilb wnlfir ond hydio, A��>ldn(/,prlco. Vi/iOO,  PRA^CIS PI-.NINSULA  |.o| J- oy��r -| 14  iiimii nr run In ono block or Con bn innclio'iod  " In I'liifllVldinil loir,, *)Diy|ci!i| 'wllli woliir ninl liyiliu, I'lnuly nl1 (oom  r(oi bullillnti or wu'iM 1110I01 ia|i)ril| trnllnr * * ri t '<,; 0|aun In ollfiin lor  , ' 1 l i-julr,^  tnlfj,  ��� CIHolc^ATCRFRONT LOTS  In Piindiir11 loilioiir, wilb wnlur mid liydro und iiovml loiuli '  l.'l'i fi, wotorfrunt ;*��|fi,0(K),    ��� - ���  ���70 It, wnluili'ini $14,000.  M It, wfiMrmil  116,000.  , "    MADEIRA PARK"    '   .' '.���"   (  Jsppmn, l/iOO *i|, It. 6|ifir.loin, honur on ?��� pork llkn ncrmi wl^l) n  mmiolflciini  yl'iyr pf I'wdiir Hnrliciur,' Only ?,!)()  fl,   Irom thu  wnt'irlronl  nnd  rillunlwl phwn  lien  nionfOU''  ul  Moiktlrn  P>iik  Goyi, llnii'l��, I'uiislblu Bulidivliilon, Cull iiilcn W\>,MH) will) Whtfhh  down 10 IkhkIIo,        .���.���,,,m,,;'.;.,;,,,.,��� -..��.,..,'.  M<iny,"llif��r vkiw nnd wnlorfrontJ0I1 In llio I'ondur Huiboiif rump  Si  imipt  1 p.  n/fi,   i|ii  (!lil||Oilno,   'I   lb-<,  ,/iiihi   17,   1071   ill  "I.  Miuy'/i  t  Mwlolrci Paik, HC,  Phono-, PwiAdf Harbour, 803-2233  .sundeck, carport, double plumbing, could be duplex, approved zoning, FP $32,500.  WEST SECHEL[r: Beautiful 1  acre   vievy1- l��.'t,- year   roupcl  ut ream     on     pi-opei"ty     lai-gu  trees, afj services availabe, $l(),  jmir ���������-', ���'������   ������*"���  SELMA PARK:: New Subdivision  easy  uccess   to  beach.,  breakwater;, view,   nil   undni-  ���ground serYiroH, $-1250,00,  DAVIS BAY: Only' I  Lot loll1  I'tuipruink      viow      clenrod  iuiihiing   silo;   iu'i'vii'iis   iiviiil  able, $5500.  CiWSONH: 20 ricros, good'Hoil,  ��� includmi 4, rOuni liounc Jirrgn  griHit) Ijorif-o, and I6).2'l work ���  uluip, Tliin lovely properly hu*  unliiniio'd , pumiiliililioii. l'rir  chus<f the wholt" iiruLKiilKllvifl.)  or ��� v<,!ii(|o,n- will ft'iili'dlvldi) In  null. MuhI Im tipld, only $10,-  ��� 000, down. Ihiliuico id V'.ii liur  cunt.    .  IIETIIiEiylENT SPECIAL: >V,t  Aero Minull  holding I'lirin, '.!  iK.'drooin o/l Iioiiho, I'onccd pint-  lurn and'oulbuilding'i lor ml -  tin, '(>||l(t|(.i'l|JH  llicllldud.  ('llllHUIIK  I'liiul only 2 lulockti lo ti|io|i|'lii|<  MllflT  MK HOLD  $15,1100  FP  '('���������"pun) nr Only 12,000 q/uili,  t!ALL: LOIIIlll!! OlltAHD  ������ llllil"7'H4"nr, llllli-7760  HOBEIlTi'lCUIEKKi-laoln hIwh  . (70x270) guild building niton ���  uNi'cllunt ,lnvunliii'ui)t I'or'only  $21150, Chm'k 'mul Coiiipjiro,  Cloud ���Tnrmi'i only $1150, down,  Don't uiImh out - Act  Nuw.l  ;,,yy 11 ,t'0 N .CI 1K Eli;- U w lyTiHi��.-.,  uliuiod   %   IM'I'U,  llll, rill  (|ll|nl  Iiiiii* ii") WIIhoii Cruul, -iron,  filnpit to Imiu'li, idl Iii'iin linvn  bottn b'l'i I'or iwixlmuui |iilv-  acy, FP $-MI)0. '   .,,    ,  ('nil: alACKANDl'JIISOM' ||i>l*-  ��:i2!l mv l|||f)-205!l oi' HTAN  ANDI'UHOIN  IIHIi-^liKII uy Hill)-  J'/, Aero Produi'llvu Fiiniij ii  yitur round iilruiunii; 4 lind-  roOiu I'lii'in Iioiiiiii, $li!0,(ll| ivy*  uiiiiu from li'iilliii' und imliln  liillliiil, Stonily nil ftoiimin t'li-il-  oniui'M, idunl hbihwiiy loi'iilloii  ni'irr unit club, Lovoly view of  /lirulii- und Van, JfiliVnilti, Fl'  4H,li00,  ;Ord)r ,IA(!K-ANDEIIHON HW);  '  Wm   or   l|llli4'0():��   pv   MTAN  ANDPHHON liW,i-'/i'lt,l or h��(|-  :wnrt,  200'  W/F'Sum-ul Covrri  Oldor  H ,���i, \uhI ����� ooi n '���-������-- r*o-t -1�� ^rp��� }r vc I"'  P"'p''i'ly,. Iii'uutlfiil vjr,!w-��jjiiu,  mm. i-i-i-iiii-ai.  ' *     (!AI,L: JOHN ^ULACKi  11      llll()-72'l'l or lUld-TilHl  ii707-;u  Ask fa? our Free Catalogue af Repl Estate  Phone 085-2235  TUWANEK '  ,    ' - >      , No. 212p  Boat lovers and Fishermen. *"emi-wnlerlronl lot wilh boat launch  across tho rood jusl 5VL> miles from Sechell. Fine view wilb sunny  exposure, hydro, phone and waierlino on the road; poll price  $4,500. Try ball down.  Don lladden,  885 9504.  SARGEANT PAY WATERFRONT-' No. 2114  Exceptional 2 bedroprn re.lirpmenf home huill by skilloi) cinllsmen.  A plpasiire to show. AH wlodows double.nla/.ud and screened, lully  Insiiluled, Vaalio'lrreplpco. No hlniis, oornne qllqcliod, laige polio.  Undscqpeil gruunds,' lawn in, unohslrucled view. 80 It. wiiter<  limit., Fur uiipoiniinunl coll Pon I lodilon, H85-")1504. .  TILUCUM HAY ' No, 2014  Good' lol In silinmer honio nrua, step-, nway Imm Marinn, store, ���  , qnd nroal llsbmo, Hydro, phune nnd woturlino by properly. Cns.li  prlctj" 1a'2,A00. Don Hodden, 003-9504,  ROBEUTS CREEK ACREAGE . No,  IH24  4,'/ acres suitable for hobby firm, olioul  '/i, cleared, Ooild your  (E. miclO.E.)  Sechelt, B.C.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ���' No. 2130  This excellent private I30'.|>each on an flcre, lovely Irees and  well hi'iIt qnd chqrmino 9 year^old 2 bedroofn home wjth family  room, ,is a delioht. Sqfe'beqch, ioyely views, gnnrl, |ioq|ing ond  fishing", Only $15,000 down will handle. To view call Peter "Smith  885-9463 eyes or office 885-2235.  Tlf-UCUM PAY No, 2073  Good 2'bedroom iKirnp, concrete bsml.,.flrep|nco, A/Oil heql, lot  '50'*2|5', WalK lo Marino in 3 piimitos rir-drive. A hqrgnin nt  $12,9110 and only $5,500 down. To seo"~ihis, cull ,('ulur. Smith  885-9463 eyes or oflico-885>.2235,  'pwn log. cnbm rol-rent omong llm lull Irees l.nyel I  sacludi'id;'iffil fiisl '(Wn'J'n mile to public swliiin'il  price $6,500, Don Madden  885-9504;  Olid. r|UJii|  0(1  Iinnrli  rind  Foil  SECRET COVF AREA    PRIVACY ' No. 28-1807'  Awoy 'limn ll oil, bul close enough to ossein lols, Righ^ in lhe  |)iovinc|ol fouisl nieo Curlninly no. close nulghlioiii. A nrllo oil  lllghway lOI.'Ovui pn unused logglii'.l owl luln h yeriloble W��Xl-  iliirloiul ol woodsy Irnlls nnd mi uccnslonnl glllnpsu of ollMioru Is  Innds, l")��iir<lnd nlher go uio. 160 ficriu, .only $50,00p, Some |erms  lo the right-buyeis. dill Hob'Kent. eves. 81,15-9461, Ollini 885-  ,9.7'dHj .'>.',.��� ' ���    '  WIST SCCI-iri.T  " " "' No,   19-1990  |_-ioi-ii Wfil'dlnld Inn nn lll'ghwriy 1,01. Two bedronm, boll Ikimi-.  ,iTi'in| linnio Ol) ni| ncru nn��l,nnri*Uinlli,' rm.y riccusi, to llm-onion,  $15,000 fiish'to hiilllii'iin ii'.lnln   On'rliy wiilu,i  hydi'D, phunii,  criblnvisl'iii,   Cull   Hob   Kuril,   885,9461   eves,   nlllcn   Hflf)-2?,.15,  Sr.CllflT VIII.AGI- '' No, 20-2070  3 bedroom home on  lolly floored 60kI?0  (I,  lol, Wllhln  nrm"  blnrl'-'ul srhooi: N' $10,500 \Vllh' Vj rru.h. Ilulnnri'i $50,00 month,  ni.nmi'ibfo iniei;i'M mie, Cull Hob Kiml 885 9461, o|||cii 885 WM.  '������      " ''     ' No. 34-J0H9  (Inusl iiiciiiriiliinnl nrun of lhe Suiidiluu  Const, 37 onus ol, suliillvldnlilu |ini|/iiily, 1800 fl o| nun fniiilug<i  f"nji/o!'Klod;j^  "eisfng |)|l')|uiii'y, piir Iiniini new liunni plus nf/urjge, $94,000, I'ull  prloi.Willi V* cosh. CiiiiMJivfillvu nsllmnlii nl. gins'. pio||| $2!'0,0()(',  Cull hob Kent (IH*} 9461 nvits. or olfko fill!) 2?3!i,    .  WATIRrT'ONT '   ���' M��i,' 2'ICiR  90 iicuiia ol oiilmichml forest with 3,700 (eel hi bench Jusl 20  miles hum fmchiili; 2 i.liiimiis. Clurii)' pilvule, i)0clui|iii|, $.14,1100,  down nn hili pilcu ul $12(1,000, Dmi lldilden, flflf" 9504,  DAVIS bAY ., ���    *���     " No, 16-2019  Vcicqni |o| 72'^l<l9' on Arbulus Road, Fxrollcnl view poionljnl  for lhe norson, Interested in building .on liiglr side ol Arbulus "Road,  Short woH< lo. find bugch oreg, $5,000 4ull price; try your lorms.  Coll Hob Konl, 885-9461 or ufllce 885 2235,  I-ANDGALE AREA' ������        ' Nn, 0,3-2016  Just a short walk (mm Iho ferry in thlr. Ipt Thai is 70 feel wide  ond 193 feel long, linvn-one of our Gllismis repiosenlfltives show  you Ibis flnu piece ol properly, Cn|| C'elur Aelbors, 886-2991  "'16-7015 oi cul lour ollic; 805-2235,  pr Chgrlesj Golheirnle, 886  SFCIIEI.T VII.I.AGE  Immedii'ile iioiisessiiin.oii 4  IKiilioiim borne,  '   '   No. 20-2042  rlosn lo Piiipolhii Duy  Whnrf ond enw wnlMng dlslnncu lo slnnis,, lot si/e 53'-il2.''', Try  yogr offiiiMH) lull Pilcu $16,800, Cull Hub Kent, 885-9461 eyon-  Iiigsor rilf|c."885 2235. < ' -. _ ,,.   ,.   v  ssEcnrtT viii age           NoJ, 21/7,'nm,-20110  3 siiiull iiiisinesiiits, on inoln slrenl. endi well iu,tfi|i||s|ioi| npd  lloiliishlng. Em;,li cou|i| bn ,i|axpnui|ei| l|i lurpoviir ll deslied, orin  nnd iwnpersnn npornrinn-i, I cfi6(ir| bu||rlini)'i, buy.,nnly M"cK unil  (Ixjuioi,, fcoch nyppti' will InKe il'ivyn |,mymi'iil und cony hulunco,  payment ns low ns $4,000 nnd us high as $10,000. Stolements  'mi Illn lii slnceie lni|uiiles, Cull I'eler SniHh 885 9463 eyes or  uffif-o 885 2235, ' .  " ,       .  SEI MA  PARK'       ���    '  Cuniliii'iuble 2 hiidiooin bmne,  No, aififl  I'l'MDIR IIAKOOIIR  In  the  hem |  of   lhe  WIST SI C| |l IT  '..riige occiiii view in  I nviir'Mi ncru wllli 98 fret on II  No, 2164     ,, ... , ������.-wny..|()|,...  just nno'miia Irnrplhn Vimpii n( Seidell, llydiu, pliuiin iind wnlei  soivlre ol llm ruud,.-full inlni $/,000, l|y Vi down, Dnri Hodden,  m-miA, , r  SfClfM-T Tf'T'  r' "���r"  Mo,   1983  Glorious Hying In,ibis Inrne 3 liedroon^ view bonni with flen, ?,  flr��plncna, bnvtmmii, Aulo/n|| heol, ori lully Inndsciipi'iil nud  ,foricoi| lol, (.iriiililii rnrp'iri nnd ll/( 'Irlvo, Full pi Ire" $34,000, Tiy  ,'A flown,' For npuplniin��ni roll ("un lluililen, 885 '"'  .ma park;     " '       _^���.  yf)04,  Mo, 17*71  Complelely Hnlshwil 2 hudroorii nil Mleclilr: lotlrcmnni honio, p|ef)|y  .(,.-1,1 r-|o!.oi��.~nllilf"'i7r*ii|lr'l,"i*ilfl*:'i r/nnr,'siir)VfiKis;* OiiT<iiiM;riiii. Tufiy*"  will-Inn illsioiHe- into Socholt,  |ry \.\ down'on414,000 l'f>, I'm  details trill Dwi Iloilak-o, 88'>-9504, ,  SFI MA PARK VIEW -*;������-,������ | y.9070  FANTASTIC? MAKVfUJUSi- PANORAMIC? YOU NAME iff I  Ihiiil- Us Ihis 100x1 12 (out loi,Cn|| ||-4i Ki'nt ol HH'J.yy.'lS '.Utc*  or'(lffn'y^W'i''"ownrngCTfr�� 'ifuwM puyuieui is nnly *H,ooo.  ""DAVIS'nAY: '~l^*~--y���z-r     ,    '      Nr)| ?(M3  2 oxcullunl viey| |uh side by side, nnt.h tifi'a \1l'f',��� hnul pi Iwu  romls. 'Ilcclcull/ rliigmil good oied, Ai.ldii.'j $5,000 emh, toll  IM* Kvul <i'l5 V46I, I'ntnr Spilth l)IJ5 'M6.3 nr o|Ik<�� 'flf��f�� niVy,,  n  pnipune heiillng nnrl nicilslng,  lull  "lllbululiiin. view dl gill .Clomi l'i yill'ign, mi good sued |o|, |-��-  cellent for f.hirill friuilly oi (-oui��|ii, AsMng $14,000, Pun'I oyer-  Inula UiinK I-'luimeii, In ymw cull Putin Sirillli o(1 fi,V4o.1 eves or  nfllre (185 2^IS, ,        ,       ,,  ~**sr:matark   ' " ' "''''''^^"'"^I^Tiif1'  Dullghlliil bul kinnll mm heilioom collugii On |ifir)u|||u|, ylew I'Ma  76'if364'. Accw fiom 7 lunils'rouli'l be 2 Ibis', veiy nicely ||ee<|,  Ownei  will iicci.'|)|-j, 12,700 oil cgsh, Piopeily very llyuhln rigid,  now "Hid bus tiino'l poleiiilul, Phone Pelm Smllb li,l|fi 946.) nvmi  ui nf Ike fffltYmS, '        '  WIESOM CRICK       ':   '",'      , No,  2131   ���  I',(i (u,)|lil|i cicies, nn iilones, gl| smv|c(is( 2 |ii��ilruiiin bmiie, ftwnur  tulips bnisiis,, needs iiioiu luiid, An fii*rol|riril clinnro If ynu wnnt  In ijiiidmi In a 1'iiaei.wuy or furpi lewui liv��i.u*��.k, Asking $14,V0l) ���  will) $10,000 down, but by your ollm, who |<nuws,' Cull f'niii|-  Smiih IPISV4A3 oviiii nr nfllcii l��|!j 2735 nnd Pun llmldon HHfj-  VW4, '  SICIIII.T     '    ������    ' T ���', ��� ;V" No. 20 2020  Now Imlfig fln|die,d, ? |ii.>i||ogrn liflfpii 0/1 Wlinif Komi. $!),000  GoyKinmeril f.nfOiii| ni'i|lij<iiie lo i)iinlllied purilnisei,, Asking fur   ,  offers  IQ, fijil  prlpu nl   $15,000,  Ve/i��loi|wlll  rm��i.|il��r rmgylng  llisl   muirgngu of   $!i,000,  Total  iiioiIiiii.j��.s  oyiillulila   $|0,0()(>, .  ���' W|inl hnvii you lo nffei" Try us    we will flslcii In your ileal, ('.'oil  Dob Kmil, 1(81} 946| evilligs or  offirn 8l|f>-273!).'  "-"sri;MA>Apk���"'J";"     .     '      "**"*"" '" "^No'Tow i'"'  luillrumenl1 Spocliil, mm ImmIkhmic hum'i, good cmidlllon mul n,*  ���korip, ernnnri)irn| ml heal  wilh elucliic sup/il��moiii  ll  ymr orw  Iho dillly |y|iii, Mich |��qv�� I'll '60'��I00', near sime, I pilln Ig.Vll-  i lege centin, Asking $ll,f-()0, Cmnu nnd M��, rnako on alfer, Pima '  ���    filler Siiillh 8,8S-9463 evils ni'olllie 811!) 22'1'S, ���;���_,���J!^.  WI  CHI I.I  No 21.2179  ",'l ncre ro'aliliji^lnl lot with umiiIIi.-iiI view o< or-eon nnd i)lh,hnn>  islunds,   Se|iir||y(,|y r,|��uii��i|,, reody   (or  buildliig,  pmiiolly   loud,  m ri|mil. On pnvfif fund, hydin   (ily wuler Und phmie ps'nllnhlnr  |,ol i,i/i, iippinMlmdiely ��0'*440', toll Hob Kent, 885946) evenings oi (iffKu H8!i-22'l^,  '  IV  .*..- ��,/.,*-.* *�����  J^^^t^l*0.J.\k,r*0.*H *,**...**     **+ 0*0.   **..** r*L0... 0..  (  aah^A  \  ,.  I,  0*,    hJh -mm ���#���  lhn1|   4��**P\.*r*J" ��\J���� **#����� ��t    �� ***00  **��   .  ��� l0     |���1 fit +0, **^��  f*k 00 J�� 0  .u.  �� *..*. w,M��AaaAwawaJ.  J.I if.  ./a.*'1  &.'���     '    0    </   0   *   0   .*   -      L*    0     ,,0.0*00,00     *   f  0     .       . 'fe-;'!V'-* fcTv*- *  *w  *#  ���javr*  }#-"��'  *3Kfi*J?v ���W4*"3  *'4'.^��4'I.^.A  f�� j  v*  P^SOT  P   HP   BRIGGS   Sf   Station  Mfinne, rei-dy  to  go $iiio.  PJ��, ��8S-U*i6fl. (i27;lttn  t-Al^E   grey'Siamese*   c.d   on  10.15 feriy* between Snlluvy  Pay and Earls Cove   Ph   483-  0207. ,,.,  "J9**^f?:*^^f'*f  Wednesday, J ii'ie 3Q, 1971*.  Tho Pcninsiilo Times  Page A-?  Planner, repgrta ���; ��~  FOUND  "J'OWN hundhaa found outside Sechelt Agencies' ollico  Contains 2 keys and" bonm  change Phone- Sechelt Adelines  Ltd   885-223.5.        0702-31  GOLD  i "nn;  lound  Davis  Hay  mad   Ph  l"H5-28!i4      0704-31  LADIES wedding band, touiid  nc-nr    Liuindiomat,    Seoholt  Ph;.   Hfi5-23lra. v'        01500 3"  SlpyEifi   Poodle   puppy,   $50.  Alsp.-"apricot toy male puppy  $75, innoculated. Ph. 08*i-O7l)7.-  &.' 0719-33  PUTfE bred .registered- black  poodje available for ' stitd.  Also lfin.d homes wanted for  2 grey kittens, fi months. Ph.  88,")-i)3(i"i.   -.' 0712-31  (i ' HEALTHY    vigorous    and  most affectionate puppies, (i  weeks   old.   Mother   pedigree  Keesliond,  5  males,  1   fomale..  Phone 888-0670. 0716-31  PAHT    Spanial     puppies,    5  Weeks old   looking for kind  homes._ Phone  8115-2080.  0700-31  LIVESTOCK  0-YEAR-OLD Bay Gelding for  sale,  Va  Moi'gan,   \a. Quarter  horse. Phone 1)88-950(1.- 8(140-33  2 YEAR- old 'Gelding for sale.  Phone   886-2897. 6718-tfn  PlifTO    Gelding,    good  horse   with  all   round  nifilinpiTi  nhn v-"rlr~rn-  Plionc. 88li-2(il9 after 8 p.m.  6705-31  WANTED TO BUY  WOOD    stove    wanted,    welcome  beach.  H.  G.  Ladner.  n.R.i.  HtdfniQon  Bay,  B.C.  C _     (,(,(,11-32  FpR SALE  oppBR  your   garbage   incinerator   at   $3.50   each   from  Secliell   Kinsmen. Phone 885-  2443. V   6396-tfn  ELECTlpLUX Sales andSef  vice,   Bob   Wall ham.   Phon'p  Q��fc$1��,,,...,1,  L :. \ ^3-tfO  '8803-tfft'  tlAVE ' fun in the sun willi  A R T E X DfSCORATOR  paint. Painting supplies* pi>  lianrl, finnk a party. Share ihe  wealth. Piival.e instruction  given, Seehuit. unci urea reprp-  sontafivo, lyfyrtlo Alexander,  Miideira Park, B.C. Phone 883-  2551  or 8l.5r2<)72. 6552-31  ii^CClNf-lflCWRD'l-'uJr^i-olil^  for sale.  I'hnno 885-9878.  6li08-!)l  ^i^s7iTm(jTk*>o^~H"7��ii! it on  Itixn    rul'rigoniliir,    frouzor,  |'rpnl .I'rpu, Aviiciido, 4yr win- ���  I'liplop, Ciwl, $530 new, 7 tnlh.i.  Old, Ci|,sli nlTuVrt. HK��-74H-I.  01155-30  ���c7V31^ if? rTX 'j-7!V>>s i7n ^V* ^ i <jVj*i ri^?  riingo, including hiirrol and  filllll'd, $75. Colcniun floor I'ur-  niuii}, $115, 70110 B.T.ll, |5i'o|Miiiu  ftinuioe,' $115,! I'fii'nu  IIIKI-2505,  '��� '   ()7l7-3r  iWflc'mw iiiiiinot'iu'in j-i-f-ii  (iondllion,, $30,   I'h.ino   8110-  27IIII, 11710-31  POWER driven ICmery who'd,  $2n��� Wnlui'nrlMti ojl ariuigu,  (-ix(iolloi)l' uuiiililluii, $!ll|, Dining liililo, $11). Diunoiil T,V,,  21", ��� goud ���pi(.'lui'o, $28. Plioiin-'  I|II6-I)07H,' ���- liyil-31'  Ifi/VfHy 'Wringer   waslior   rfmo/  (inod    i:iiii|lillon:    I'll,    880-  V,07H,    , 11111)1-31  WOOI'I'IT drop |i!itf iIIpIOh  rouni bible w|l|i 4 iiiiilrlilim  iilinlrH Willi iipliolnUnuil huh hi  $25, AIho HI IhI powi.'i' mrw 1)00  $175, I'luinu Miiureiip l.i'o 1163.  HOY'H  ��� fviu/dling-   bleyelii  'milo, $20, I'll, llflli-l).'M2 '  (\imwy  fur  0(1117-31  ,, MARINll ACCESSORIES  P/illiL     li'lbrugluHB   ��� Iliipn - -  CnlivnH ������ HOnl. Ilnrdwiuo  Cr||)||)|'i!,Srti!'I  for >iiivi.'ur  NYGKEN SALES''  (19/1) LTD,  Pliomt IIIHHKHKI,  (llbNoiiH,  lie  flegHlfl!" trophy winners 9t thg  3("o|ipU C"--i'den Club's Flower Shows  jf-poiving tlieir awards frorn Presi-  flfiflt'-Fra'flk Read, on left -are: Mrs,  iveun, CuiilptjiiriOn  Vivian Reeves who won the cup for  potled plants- Mr, Gunnar Hahso��-  grand aggregate winner; Mrs. Nancy  Read, Afriqan Violet Cup*, and iVlfs.  Janet Alien wliQ WQn the qup for cut  flowers and potted plants. ':-: ������'������������ ���-���>  SUNSHINE dpasf ppjjinpal Disjrrct Plan-  nor, Ed. b-jyljti", vc-pcntly a| tended p  Seminar at 11it> tTniye^.sjfy pf Victoria con-  cei-iiinK the Gcf'rgi<l ��'|-ait Marine Piirk  proiecl. His V-cpni'l, rploased last week,  states:" '  "The Geoi-gifi S|ril}t"'M*"'i,'ie Pai'ic cnn"  cep| j^revv aui.pf'ai* anti-oil drilling idea  and ha,s been prorf_qfed by 1he Honour-  afalo .lack Davis, ll \ytm "appnvonl at p  CP.AC. c;oi-iierp|iqe pf this topic that  much is, to be done ".lefnre Ibis idea will  become an fidniini'slraljve rj/oality.  "The "jrpdpr-al'-^ygj-pn^eivt's' rnle Ip  dide has Ytppp )r^j-|iely ^ technical ppe of��  analysis and prpyei-p's"etting. "j'his t$-  seai;cji_ha:' siiiigesitefl that a '-park" tag  may not be .tlie best stil.ir.ljph- This lf!|*  tends to be ii t)ei|i"|i'fe piie implying, the  exclusion of ^ll.^f^n-park'' activities -uio*  from the iedpi*al^C|ViBrnnient. point pf  view, .shoiild b^; aVpjfleri, Mr. "Howard  P-lish, repi"e��eptini|,,.Qtt|'wa,. suggested, a-  different concept J the mai'iilc management unit.  "This cpiipept, lioweyer, implies an  area much greater than. Georgia Strait.  If' one sjieaks pf watpr nianagemeni iind  water qualfty tllg t-Rt-*li Georgia Strait  watershed cqmes into 'play. Foi; example,  the Preiser River supplies 80 per cent of  the fresh -water 'in ll}p Strait 'and *v^ial  happens at a pulp n>ill in Prince George  or at a M'U'^n d?lfli s||e vyillbe of consequence to tlie. rp-"i'itle l'fe i'i Georgia  Strait. In other w.qrcjs, the upland use in  tbe water, sj|e^Uyj]J' affect the strait of'  Georgia.  "More spec|f|p |p the strait, Mr. Paish  pointed out tlie multi-use aspect of the  strait in that it has a 'large fishing and  sport fishing industry- it.is a major transportation link fpr people, goods, and raw  materials; and it provides a sewer for xk  billion gallons of'domestic "and industrial  wastes. This multi-use of the strait suggests tha.t-iUiJisuilirsiv^-^j4t^on4enclatiu'e  should  coexist wjiile niainla'n|pg a high  Ihal Iho marine park \.\ si ill a conpept  only. If a sqlisfnrlory technical solulipn  is io he round, the political problem as  well as the administrative one must first  be settled."      ��� ,.  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  (Ur)denorninc"liDn"')  SUNDAY SCHOOL AflD BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  ^CHUR^H SERy|C|~U :Q0 ^.i^.  Rastor Rev. Walter S. Attkroyd  ��� ' >yio3eitf"j("'pfjrlt" tt^t 88*fr.fc3''74/ _  United Church of Canada  V   SERViGlES-   -.-  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  fsunday'������Services"i'= 9:30 o-rp.  '    Roberts'Creelc United  Sunday Services - 2:3Q p.rn. -":  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Seryipe's - 11": j 5 q.m;  .,      Pp rt (fytcljon United  Sunday Seryices -. 7i$Q p.rp.  "(2nd and 4th Sunfldys) "     /  Ministry  Rev. Jirrr Willic-pspn'-' Gibsons ? 88iS-2333  Despite weather...  Garden Clubs Flower -Show  i'&Mntains excellent record  OPENING JSee'lielt Garden Club's Flower  Show on- Saturday June 19lb, M''- E-  W." Ilorith commended the Club on main-  tiiinipg mph a "fine record. Most chibs,  he said, reacji a peak and then decline  hi"t-(hp pi3V[t|en CIuIj seepis to s,,et,.a ppw  _slQ_nflarrt.i_.wiih each show.  but it was Mr.' Gqnar Hanspp who took  home the Bank of Montreal silver tray  awarded the grand aggregate winner.  Mr. Hanson had ���"-" tptal of 2.6 points.  The I-j. B. Al'pn Mpinprial Cup was"  wop .fpr ' thp third consecutive year' hy  MT^f'Irjn'cyT]"^^ cup  ,fhe;$ga|d^^ heep JP|*��g&mS'Ir^i'iean^iolets^  twice ypar.|_y-;-':flpw.ei-.. ahnvys- for ||ie| js^sf ��� ''jff-'-'r-"3jfef$'h^i::''Jr:.:.. ���--.-���-.���;  six 'yeqrstjplus t|ie . fSpring exhipjtifin  whicli nqw'poinbines a very fine: sh'pwipg  wilh ||vo |S|-nsh'rie Ciuisl Arls Cniiii'pjj.  yniiKually xlamp and chilly wpai|iei-  Ihis" .seasipiV acc'oiinted for many flftwer  vnrleties- not being on display but Garden  C|iil|:momTjp)'.s jriuide rip for fhe'ijeficiency  will) ail exquisite-display of novelty and  mi||ia|(ir'o iiiTungements. Mack's JNur-  ,s��iy had ii very inleie.sting' (iilsji'lay of"  MniliNni 'W|i|p|i, allracled a lul of attenlion.  'Tho Klower Show opened prblpptly at  U;p.ip,   |i|K|   SechuU'Gnrde||   Chili  meir)-  hfii-ji on the i-ol'roslimuiil cummiltee wui'i;'  kopi'j'liiiuy soi'vlng len until IP p.m. when  priKop  wo|-o (irosiiiiiud  by  Pj-osiduiil, rvir, ���"'  Fj'i'OiK nu'i'id.*'"        ���" ���'���'-'''���  Jloor p''if*u" winht;r"'.wn.s  Mr,  llnbii  of  MtiutV.s  r'lp'f-oi-.y  nl "ifnlii.-rlti   Crunk   whu  toulr'lliiipo" n iiiuo poltod jjuniiiiiun. Tvj.i'.-.  .Iiiu    I'l'ifillelhwriiio    won    Iho,   liiuminf,  h'liikol   ilpnati.-il    by    Kuuhull    Cliinl-m  CeilJ l'i;, :  .iud((ii,H( worn' Mr,' ,1, KirHliuid; 'Mr,  PdliHey -n iir| Mr.% Ann ' Mail in ' nf Aim  J.yijn'H  !,'')o|'|,nIn, , , .  KEEN CplviPETITION  ,'Tllifi'yofii' compel ii|o'h wqn very (ilonu  .,, Aiip'tfier fjjgu-Tar V"i.iiner, "-Trs?. ,Tanel  Al'lin just' ^uirieci I'ppip't' over lyTr. If-ip-  son'l'o lake the ^ecliplt Garden CJiili ppp  will) I(} points awarded in I lie cut flowfer  apd Horal iirraiigpiiieht section. Foljuwip'g  in ('lose .siiccesisipn wei-e MrsJ. G. Jorgen^  sen l-l poiiAsi Mjss Isj. llarrp|d 11 points;  .Mrs. Marg pe llnit ff points; Mr. F. Head  7 poii)|s ,apd Mrs", A, SiitherUuifj li poip|s.  "tylrti.. Vivian Hceves gained higher;!  poinls in the polled pjupt class, winning  thujledniiiii Meniiirial Cup with II points.  Agai|)' ip ���,clpno r!oi)]polilion were fVIr.  Cluii'iir iliihh'oii; Mrs. G, aloi'goiison aiul  l\lr. If, I {our I,.  "^'"'riiM   (C'oppilig���- Molfii'rt   wi!n|    lo, ��� M|r.  (���11111111' ���1-Iiinnoii   fpr  his  hntiginp   bnslu.'l,  , 'I'hoi'u were nut ton ninny onirics in  lints Childrou'.s Ciiii'ilpp Seolioii llii,'- your  bill Jho.si! enluiM.'d'wui'i! isxc(,'|ilioiiiill,y well  doiio. Winning llid eiip for '|'irn|."ilium wa-i  Kicky De Hart will) .nubbin N��nli)uui;  .lirnnry lie Miij-t. and Julm Huiherliiinl  liik.ijig ,.siii.-t.-atj.s.siv<" tplnce.--. -        ,  Tre ("la.rdui) Club Is iipi*/" InMng u  fuini'mui' rei'pi-'H i'i,f,l(.'i' a busy (si.'iiunn which  included c-lonn-uj) and replanting nf llni  pliililui's  ||��  ii|!f:||i>|i'f- piaiu  HlniiH,  Junior gardener?*,  Becoming professional dish-gqrden-  . ers"With their regular entries in the  Sechell Garden Club's twke yearly  flower shows are: John Sutherland  (honourable mention); Debbie Nest-  man (2nd.') ;��� Jimmy De Hart (3rd.)  and winning i;he cup this year, Ricky  De Hart. The detail in the miniature  gardens -was excellent and attracted  a lot pf attehtion. .. .  Omtal Topics  ,TrT   I    -r|��a r r *l 'a--* lllll    ��<|-</fr'  DENTAL  icse.irrh   may  have  come   up  -with anolber method of cu ly detection  nl   tooth -decqy.  Unljl I'ucentiy; llieTppth was believed  to be inactiye, f"i|l' by applying .a lech-,  pique developed for slpdying fluid movement-in major organs such as Hie kidneys, dental scientists observed (hat.  dentinal fluid did move froni thp piilp lo .,  liny channels in (lie dentine to 'Ihe enamel.  Thoy fpuud I hoi a .slowdown in this  fluid movement caused by U high sugar  diet, may he an'eurly iiidiculiiin of tooth1'  decay developing. T|ii, high .sugar diet is  ,sui|l' In disturb Hie hoi'inanc biilatii.'O, and  - wiih the slow-down id Ibis .internal I'liilir.:,  lhe leelh are inure vuliiurabli).  The  (lentul    .researuliei's   -foi'ind   that  lll'allhy teeth willi a normal flow are in--  vulnerable to ducuy-causing biuJIoria lh;il  iji'i,' iilwnyn found jp' lln; niiiulh,  The   .si.'ienlisl.s   liuvu   tumid   chemical ,  ways uf stiiniilull.ng the flovv uf Ihis denial'  fluid,'whicli may.asi-inu day'lm one nielhod,-  uf preventing decay.  -"waier quaiiiy in a management unit. Mir"  Paish concluded by reiterating the Federal Government's position that calling  the area a park.dpps not solve'the-problem. We need an inter-regional and inter-  area co-operative development unit.  "Mr. Lloyd Brooks, Deputy Minister '  of Recreation and Conservafion" cbhciirre'd  with Mr. Paish over the multi-use aspect  of the strait. The fact that Georgia Strait  is tbe hub of much of B;C.'s industray  was emphasized. Further, it was pointed  out that B.C. has -yet to. become involved  in the discussions concerning the concept  and that ihis s��piinar was the first time  the province has ;been invited.  "In. conclusion, it  must  be  reiterated  THE ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  For details of SLtmmer Services in  Sechelt, Red roof fsrv Pender Harbour and Egmpnt piepse phone:  885-9793   ,..885?9673.i...:..,...���,.L,,���.  885-2133  885-2320  885-2331. .  Priest���REV. pr POPPLE; Secfilf  r  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCtt  (UpdepQmifjQ_iipnol)    ,  Sunday Schoof ���10:00 <*.p��.  Church SprVif"'? -"^ "*'!' *" a-tl,r  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Pbvi^ Bay ftoad ond Arbutus  (2 blocks up from High*roy)  A  ��t  Baptist Church Services,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  /V|erm,aid qnd Trcu'l, S,ec|*ielt,  Sundqy School 10-:00 q,rr\.y  '  Morning Worship ] 1:) 5 a.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  l?ark Rcl., Gihsons  . '   Sunday School 9:45 am-  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Rpjbert AMaty  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  I    'YOU.  Condensed Classes on  May's Simple Stretch Seinr  4-2 hr. sessions- on T-Shifjts  $8.0Q  BEGINNING WEEK OF  JULY S anal AUGUST 5  AY'SSEWI  CENF'"  }4*r*i  Co\vrie St, Scclick  f (iPUP 895-953P  or;885-2313    ..  f  �����h^-��w.-M��/-*t(V,'^,jfj_ttiVii'i'fi''^W  |        t_j>iiji��ii*i���-it������'W���nnr^i-tHim' ml   ���ljji> 0m,mm rf\^l i   i   0ni\ii,tm00i,,,0*i*,>**tow*^i0^0^nmm,>***ito*ii*0��000i**0i0mtm^  W ���! ��L     '  ���    ���  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAID  ��� Thiifr��flffimlnflfirnf PfimlnoMvpn'sJun^iryicuoi si:cill"|.T AGiiMCliis  |.TI)f Plionfl I'linifisrilq Tlni'ss illrjiicl lor lum llstln'ms, K|��)r:||yj|ifj "Inpii  Pnd", 1'lcof.o nf>i�� tlioi tpneo In llijiliod und utmn uilvuiicii', ilu||u"' in'iy  liiivo |p wh|| ilrolf lurn; ol&o lliul Ihis Is o "romlrnlor" l|��-t|hq only und  tonnol uf-voys cony lull dolglls, ���" J ��� " '  IrVWVmir"^^  'Jilnr;  30, ."���������1-.1   u/ij,   WihiOii  Gunk Coiiiii)iinlt'y ��� I |n||,   |'nf||r,|rnlluu   loi  iivvlin rkihiiii!,, ,,,'.'���  Inly litf--!" |im, Uruilim-'s I'nrl', GUimiiiii. 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Phone 885-2235  Box 128, Sechelr, B.C.  1  All-weather Red jet  TIU-]   Hnvliil    Union   will   ox-  'llllll     11     now     ifjiiljl     nil-  woiiilior  Iriinnpui'i   Jul   ul   llio  I'iii'Ik   nil* 'islmw    lii|i"   'wuul-,  , Pro villi   ro|)iirlii,  '  Tho llyiiiiliin 70, 1111 Iho  npi'lP) |l|ll|IO In luiuwn, will  inln Iho Ti.NH-1, |'U!i��)n'ii  luilioi'MOiiii! - iiir'llui.<r',   und    u  muilol   nl'   Iho . vvni Id'.s   lil|(,f(i'i'!  holii'ii|),lor 1111  purl  ul  lliiHf.iii'n  v nlr ��how rilti|i|iiy,  I'l'i'ivdu wild Iho fuiir-on-  Uliu'il "iiliuio iiii-ii' u liikoofl'  wi'l/dii ul' niuro iiiiui "ill luii"  mid i.'iin ituIm: ui mi iilliilido  11C ul/ihi  iuIIi.'n, Uh -ijjiii.'d wrm  /i|i|fl   JU���J|0    lu'llWllla'lJ.J^IL.IIIHl.  "Ti'ililn'.'ii.li/'riiii llrVH wim iUw  urlliod nn _ <m nll-yvifiillu'r  liliuio, wllli "u hllUI'l-lllllU-ul'l'-  luiil-liindin/i (.���iipulillliy,, will'.*))1  run o|)ornlo mi iiii|iiivi,'i| nlr-  I'lold'i,  Dairy goats  DID   yUu   liiii^w   llinl    fi   ("noil  .    /(i'|id(i ,   |wii',yoiu-ol<l     diilry  ''' Unttl will |iriidui';o oniiii/i,l| mill-  lu |iuy fur li<;i,:noll' In, ,10  niunlliH'i'  ' TIiIh Ik iind nno' ul' uumy  I'nolai iilinui pnniH iMiniiiinod In  �� iiow-OiiiiiiiirDopiiiiinoiVf pf  A/u'loulliiro iiiililluiillui), "Tlio  Dairy (luul  In CIuiiiulii," I'uh-  ���.���l|i.'iill(ili..i,;Nn , I.MI.,-wliiulf   In-  nvaillnhli;       wiUiiiiiil       I'lim-'ni  li-iim    Uio   Jnlorniiatlon    Division,  Cnniidii ��� Di-p/irmioni  uf  KIA UVi'i,     \  ^.a'J.V��ull).>w.ll'r<-''1l,iVK(��'--''i1-"-Vr>|K'-',  wii/u'n Im-ioiiil ui' 11 ('uilllliii!?,  A��l����il Jl' IiIh VW (|�� -il-'-i-ui-.  (l|l|uuoil,>' l|��o 'J'o.viiu .(Jnnvi-i, .  "Mn, hul I ulvyuyn lu'-'ii u  I'liuplo ul'I'nld uiii'ii in lliu'ru-  lil/U'rulni."  1  t       'iJ'Wmfmmwm  j'l'fXSmmm  When (Inilrly comes liofiio il's n (Trent  uvciii |of llio mi/iiH |iy���.i|(iili|)cs nro'  vu-y ^rueful people VV|"-'!I iliid'llf.'.'i  nm oiu ol town mul, cnu'i conic Iiihiio  ||icy Icayo 11 void ll|'H i*��i) |>u ii||t-4  i only nncwfiy.���ij \pi)j. -|lh|iii)co .^ ���sv  lu-lciiliiiii'p'iJiill,"Cult liiiiMi'iificii", *"**'"''"  you II Hijil the 11;waul lur outweighs  l|ic nii.tll toil, -        ,  m  Wr  B.RTEL��  Mi  V  mi *  1 1111 niinitiittih  ���jnt\  flW%'I        "V J1  rig       "'  A}m lif'tii iiiiii till? Iim*, Sttiulii)! 1,'litl.  lilml lull)! iliililli,'Hlilfil ill>ititiMf     ��  j 1 hi,Vit,;,ill,iltit,irt<in 111 Inn'ni  "."  t '.iii'ii/ii, tiiiiinii in stminiiL liifim tiirift.  Hum U /l'i I'm .1 ii)initif\. rkititi irlwlf  iuiifdii^lirii'/ul ikllllll,  '>^��MM ��� M  \HiyfMilm 'li  ::*''%��i#  ''iii'iifli'tmhi     ,  I'vy  h^H��vJLL,*>*��'  [  ' ,7  *r. ^0*0* *.av,..AAA#AAAAAA^. 1^^S'V*'*��a<-*a>^~^,u*^.^w^  Ij'ljV^^^J^,.^,  '    3  'it  \��>  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, June 30, 1971  Around Gibsons  Jehovah's Witnesses Convention July 7-11  JEHOVAH'3    Witnesses'  Toronto  head*-      ' ...*...  I  OVER 300 people \vercs.present "at Keats  Island Baptist Camp on .Friday, June  25th-for the dedication of the improved  and expanded facilities there.-  Many pastors from Paptist churches in  Vancouver and other places attended. ''50  persons arrived on the Malibu Princess.  Other supporters, friends .a'nd well wishers  used public and private means of transportation to reach the Island camp for  this occasion.        ,���� ,  Workmen who have been employed  over.there.hy Dominion Gonslruction laid,  also had special invitations to attend the  ceremony.  Much change has taken place, a new  Malt Shop was constructed, a former  guest hotel has been-transformed into a  charming dwelling for the caretakers.  Covered walkways lead to all the rnain  buildings, some cabins have been moved;  there are new doors anci new porches and  lresh paint- everywhere, giving a spick  and span appearance all round  i-lt is indeed a. memorable milestone  in-the annujs of the/Baptist Camp on.  Keats Island- Gay flags decorated the  Wharf to welcome the influx and there  was a weekend camp for singles over. 25  and for couples to start the season off.  AWARDS DAY  A girls Bible Study Group held a  Mother- and. Daughter tea at the home of-  Mrs. P. Madison, Avalon Drive, bn June  19th. ,  Awards were made as. follows: Barbara . Lyttal for attendances.' scripture  memorization and help lo Leper Mission,  was the winner of a session at Keats Island Baptist Camp pre-paid for her.  Book awards were received by Patricia El'lwood and Jennifer Blake.  Other' book awards went to Lena  Jorras; Ruth Madison and Peggy Swan-  son. "   ' . ���.  Mrs. T. Ellwood who will be leaving  the area, was recipient of a card and  B.C. Centennial spoon from the group.  Barbara Lytall and'.Patricia Ellwood  favoured with vocal numbers.  "MUSICAL   PROGRAMME  Saturday evening June "19th, a group  from the Calvary Baptist" Church paid a  visit to the Salvation 'Army.Camp at Hop-  Kins "'"Ti'Rndi-hfi'"Th:'~ prfrs'pnt' n  niiijiical=pa��=  ���by Marion Charm'an  plane Jo Montreal to visit their son Eric  who is' employed in a bank there. During  their very enioyabie ten days holiday it  was quite hot in the east.  Thanks of residents around the district  are extended tq the community "minded  people who had a work-bee June 27th at  Seaview Cemetery and greatly improved  the appearance of the grounds. Bravo!  tor the workers.  I ought to put .some cash away. to  guard against that rainy day, but I can  never save a dime ��� it seems to sprinkle  all the time.- .  quarters has announced that a con- -  tinuing  series  of Cross-Canada conventions -will be held this summer, Vancouver  has been selected as one of the eleven �����  conference centres and will host an expected   12,000   delegates   at   the   Pacific--  Coliseum, July. 7-11.  Local Witnesses will join with representatives .from the . prairie provinces,  Washington and Oregon in the five-day  "Divine Name" District Assembly.* Programme highlights will include discourses  demonstrations and "powerful dramas of  Biblical events with application -to 'today's parents and youth," says "Watch .  Tower- representative, William Veenstra.  "The subject content of the assembly  is  designed   to  emphasize  that  we  now  live very close to the time when God  wiU takfe direct action to make the world  know him in a* way that they have neyer  known him before," stated Veenstra. The  programme theme will be carried through  until the principal address, Sunday, July  11, entitled ''When All "Nations Collide,  Head OjyWith God." This talk will be  given by K. A. Little,��Canadian supervisor for tjie Witnesses from their Toronto headqunrtei's.  Giving emphasis' to the intensive Bible  training activity of the Witnesses, a baptism programme is slated for' Friday  morning, July 9, as part of the ordination of those who have made the decision  to become active ^disciples of Jesus Christ.  More than 1134,000 such -new ministers of  the Witnesses were baptised last year  world wide. *  eaw  Cowrie Street Sechelt���Phone 885-9330  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885-9515 .Telephone: 886-2912  SECHELT, B.C. GIBSONS, B.C.  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886 2714,   Res, 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  APPLIANCE REPAIR  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  gramme for lhe Golden Agers there. The  numbers played and sung were those that  the musicians would present at their own  Church the next evening.  Mrs. S. Spain.and Mrs. T. Peters presented a vocal duet. An additional feature  was an euphonium duet and solo by a  Salvatidn Army Bandmaster which rounded oui a well received and much appreciated musical evening. This was followed by a further time of fellowship  when coffee was served in the friendly  atmosphere of Sally Ann's Camp Suiw  rise.  At  Calvary  Baptist  Church  on  Sun.-  day   evening   June   20th,   T.   Peters   was  in charge of musical numbers which included t"wo solo cornet selections  played  by T. Ellwood, ar voca| duet, by Sid Spain  'aiup T, *"������ Pe'eis;'!;ce'|p**num"3er   by>JMrs.  jWjjygemaJ*��ni--j-^^  pianoforte solo by Mrs. T. Peters and  vocal by Patricia Ellwood.  On tlii.s occasion the Pastor, Hev. Robert Allaby talked on the subject of leather's Day.  FAREWELL  -At tlio home uf Mr. ami Mrs. S. Spain',  llupkuis/ Landing, '.M friends were present,  when Mr. und ..Mrs, T. Ellwood were  guests di' honor at ti "surprise Farewell.  Thoy "wore presented with two stereo records, Refreshments were enjoyed,, The  Ellwoiids have been active in musical  circles hero arid will lie greatly' missed.  '.  Al'lor making their huniu in (Iris area''  fur 11 yours, Mrs. Gooff Ci, Thatcher, und  fuinHy loft on'Tuesday 2'ind, Mr. Thatcher  who hud come  from Tho Pus,  Manitoba  Where  ho is employed, to help  his wile  ,  und   family   move,   arrived  oir I.liu" I DM'.'  Mrs,   Thalclmr   luul   waited   here   until,  iicliool was mil, Mrs, TjiiUchor and family  went by pliuiu to I'dirxiiilop whoro they  shipped lo visit hor hmtlior before con-  .ilnuing  lo-llieir new home,. Mrs.  I'lnii,,,  uiolhor. of .Mm. ThulciiorJs visiting hor  -too ut Cnnul I'liits, BC, hcliiro guini' nn tu  'Miinllnlin   lirlor,    Mint-"Phyllis   Thulelmr  who W lienii ul Thu Pun'tiinco .liom  |,t|,  in briny there with u i'uloihi({ norvlcn, Him  plans to altuhd nil'hl m-lionl, Host  wistum"  to all  llio Thuloh.'i'M who huvo  liuup mi  uiia-iol'lo i,tu,r cuiiuiiunlly,  HERE AND THERE  ��� Min.i Miu-y-Kllnti Miimlurll ruluriiod on  lliu weekend In tho honio nl hoc puniiilH  Mr, nnd Mm, Juojc MiunIiiiII Ui'lur enjoy.  Ill-fa- vIhII in Victoria, Mury-l'llon will ho  IouvIiih July Hth by., pinna for Englnnd  whom hbo will bo hiionI. of Imr I'ulhor'n  I'uiu-ilii In (ho Midlands fw (l minunur  holiday,  ' ��� <  ; ���" Al Ilin.I'Vliluy 'iivi-nliif- luiiilly norvlcu  ul Iho PouloouMol ('liuicli, ll)!. IhhI of I,  m'l'H'M nf nIiiih whu hhnwii nn llm nubjoci,  of Paul'-, MlNhluunry .luuriuiyN,  Nollf'O III  ll'lltll   IWO IllCjll (.|il||'|.||(.,f wllli  ^ii'��'wliMii'\v-Hlf(norn,r|prir'i|irinirimi1il imln*  vliillorri  lu   liicu'lo   Iho   plan,  ,,.'   wiir-ililn  ��� nl' limit: cliolco, ',���,���������  Oil WoiliiitMrlliy Juno Jjllnl, Mlm, Goo.|.  rld/!��! lillil M|-,i, Duvlo of (|||lHiiiin Mloinon-  ,11117 Hchoul look Ilio'puOilii ol Hml,' ������������,  ,    iM. lur an otilinit ul Ihu nlmrn, Thoy |o|'t  Iho ".ulii-ul ul 'II i.i,m, und wn'lkod io lint  huiioli,'al  Ci/chniiiii uuil   Krniiltlln ���Ruiidri,  yinvnui liiilpinl hi ifilurnln,*, Um i.litM��--ir  fu III*' iti'lii-ul hy iiruvldhiii iruuiuii.ilullni,  ''it 'AMI ,i,in, Miippy hij|l(lii,vn, child,-,,,, ������,,'_���  louchui'iil'  Mytt,    Nolmm    Mniiru    uliondoil    |j,(,.  Ilnlluil  -(.'ImrHi   l'runliy|oi'|,i|   iih'HIh,,  ���l  Ml,   I'livld'n Chtirifh   hi   Wiinl "Viiik'iiiivur  Thin wan Hu- wind up ini'niimi m,u! t|,|,,  lull, '  Mr, und Mm. JlohCloiuihlcy mul |<;a-vi��a  mid Jimmy of Nuwiiuiiltoi, Ouiuiju won,  ��� "���."./;i����*.-',ri7* riK Mrr-ind Mnr"l,idy.r Wrick  tliiwi-r Pulnl, The vli.iiun, iiiul a |ili.iu,ui,t  ( motor  Juuim-y,   i-u|nliij{. by   way  ol   llm  "illilMi,  ,  .Miiiii, Di'hblo   Colo   of   Powell   RIvit  ~   Hotrery, iupplies, classes & tiring  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvlew Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibson*, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts -..Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  BICYCLES  BICYCLES  5ALES ���- REPAIRS - PARTS - TIRES ETC FOR  y  m^mt^^  Call Quick Dick of Cycle Sales & Services at the  RENTAL SHOP - Phone 885-2848  IF DICK CAN'T FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAThb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For" Expert. Blasting  *     FREE ESTIMATES  ' Phone 885-2304 L. C, Emerson  R.R, 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDERS   (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES 7��� PRE-FAB HOMES  High Quality . . . Reasonable,Prices  Buy  a  Package and- erect^ if yourself,- or get  our professional tielp.  GARDEN BAY, B.C. - Phone Eves. 883-2723  "EASY-LOG" VACATION HOME  . . ,      CONTACT  Vine�� Broceyell at ,-..-... ,  '886-7720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.  For Horizontal, Verticfil T��ue Log Building by  CANADIAN LOG/STRUCTURES LTD.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-J2642  ========^W11t=CREEie==EeMBf^======~  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  "Give Us A Call  FREE ESTIMATES  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.*   ���  Cut all sizes. Timber and  Plpnk. -Dimensional  Lumber and Plywood. We deliver on the  .Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying/  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.  Phone Vancouver; 32172388 - Local; 886-7036  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Arg All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave.;) Roberts Creell, B.C.  Phone 886-25 5T   *  CONCRETE  NORTH COAST CONCRETE  Foundations - Driveways etc.  Alf Harper Office 883-2240  Madeira Park Res. 883-2223  BRICKLAYING  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 - Sod'clt, B.C.  i       Phono 885-2132  CONTRACTORS  BUILDERS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING   ,. LTD."'  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Bqx 89��� Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  G  CROV/THER  0UILDING CONTRACTOU  A-I"ram��n nnd Pro-Fobs l-iociud  __ t  Conyentlonol Frornlno   ,  Call 883-2746  R,R, 1, Madeira Park, P,C.  l:roo Estlmalos ��. Fast Service , :  G ft W DRYWALL  Piyw'.r|| ijcaiiMlt, nnd IokIiiiihI i;<illlnu>*.  Muw -auivlntl Glhtaoriv oiuq mi<|,|ha I'unlniiula,  Phono 884-6315  Pox 166, Port Mellon, D,C,  .JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING ���  Allornllnna'- A<l��llll"**n���� Kllnhon nn<l  ': Ikilliruonii, n Speclolly  RAY CRAWSMAW  ftR 1, Suclmlt, n,C,. p|ion�� 000.219a  COR ZUIDEMA  For All Your Ronoyolioiii-,'  ,______   ���f{^L^,!.-ltif?LVy��ii:k..  Phono 085.^135  fiuimlrt*  WOULO VOU LIKR  -  All  ri.lrlliiriiii-  An  nllfrifill.iii^   A  nnvy   lii��riifll-  (ilnn/!lili>r ul Kim /mil l,yniii'X'<��k' ioiirHji'���,.J^'l'ril'-.iV.A��iewJlix*fw^  "'"  "''" ' ' IIOM'Mnl? ������  '  WR"D'oftiT'"AiT*���*^'* '""  ""���Tlfi'iliitr'fii"��� Tj-i-'itft" i'lviiilciiinj   wim   iii'fiiiii..  ���,,, ,���,n|,.,i |,y 1wn fr|ini(l�� Willi inni iiiiii (���niii-  I'Iiik   iP'ip;   wlill��>  |inli<ln,y|iii{   Iwrtt   limy  ttlnn   K'lniU'tl   Hnlh   lllniniiyt'p   nnd   tilp'n  Ciii'ltittniiH.  4   ���    Mr, ninl Mi��, T, .1, hhidvfiAl wunl \>y  WINPMILLXONSTRUCTION LTD.  liyliKi'o roriclino, |),C,        , Piiono fifl3.5J4M  l.uovo tpitwim pi Hdiboiir Molorii,  Plun Imis* uvulluWn <��� PlonnlriH ��i��l��tanc��,  STUCCO  Old Homos A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Skicco &' Masonry Conlracl'or  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 086-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTD,  ''     RI-ADY-MIX OONCrtl-TR    -Snnrl nnd Grnvol ��� Rni-|Uloos  Pltchlno *, lixcnvnllnns , .  'OFFICE IN'BFNNFR BLOCK  885-9666, Bok  172, Socholt, B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Dayalopmont  Rood Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO, LTD.  Box 109, Socholt, BA  '   Phono G85-9767  P^ RENTALS  Madolra Park, P.Gs  firnvnl ��� Fill * Top Soil - l)ul|.|n/lriq  l-xwlnr * HonMioa * Truck*  Phono 883-2240  PHONE 885,9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  ~~^C\'imfh<it"~Cx(av%,]npii * Rood flul'dimr  Giiirlliid * |-||| . Pnnd (iinviil -'Ciiii.linrl PnrM  Phono- Scclicfr 885-9950  . -7^1|r_l^.j]J^;fC(l|lJ  111   ihlS  bfKJCO  will  reach nearly 10,000 pcoplo!  Uw cost - Hlflh powor  CONTRACTORS (Continued)  PRECAST CONCRETE  SEPTIC Tank INSTALLED    ,  GOVERNMENT APPROVED  .   FREE ESTIMATES  ...'������ Excavations - Drainage - Waterlines Etc.  Business Phone 886-2231   .  Home Phone 886-9579  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  __.       PORT MELLON to OLE'�� COVE  Tel: 886-293,8 or 885-9973  Cqlt Us For Your Disposal- Needs.    �� ���  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers" Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD;  Residential - Industrial and .Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HORSES  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.  1 FALARON FARM  Excellent facilities available for boarding and  ,        riding your hiprse..  * Individual Paddocks * Lighted Sawdust Ring  * 14 mile Exercise Track * Bridle Trail  REGISTERED BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-7729  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  RQG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  ' BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. AM types of Building  Maintenin1"   PI"!" InslaUotioo^  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  'HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies* - Men's- Children'? Wear  Yard Goods ��� Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechell, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Sechclf - Phone 885-2062  Serving the Sunshine Coast for a quarter century  FUEL      ^     !  c  ANADIAN  P.  ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Healing and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  ^RNIE WIDMAN  fqr all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 803-2663  Madeira Park, B.C,  For Your Fuel Suppliea   DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663- Hopkins Landing  FURNACES ~^  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  ' GIBSONS  ESSO OIL .FURNACES  Nodownpoyrnent- Rank,Interest  Tori yfeiirs lo |ioy   v  for fro�� ottlmafo���Coll 80(5-2728  Complelo/llno of appliances  ,f ���  I" ' ''" '   .'.    "'��� ! ���������������"���'^  HAIRDRESSER  ANN'S COIFFURES        In Iho rial Block  ^w.v~Nflxt-.toJhfl-,Cpt:op��S|6roH-w����.a��.  Gihioni 886^322  SEOHELT BKAUTY SAtoN  ��� Comploto   Holrdrfl'j'.lno  Sorvlco  fly  proCosbliinol S|f"ilf.  Cowrlo Sfrflct phono 885-2818  HEATING $ SHEET RflETAL  ,' HALL SHEET METAL  Domo��llq - Cot*niT)��rc|o| - Industrial  Telophono 885-9606  Box 164, Socholt, B.C.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  SAW FILING  Albert's Saw Grinding and Saw Filing  15th Street on Gower Point Road  i^^^A blocks west of PmH-RJ.)  Phone 886-2701  P.O. Box 244, Gibsons, B:C.  SEWING MACHINES  At Hie Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE $ERVI<3��:ltf&  ot ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Soles-OMC Parts & SeWlce  Eioat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Bernina & Omego  Sales, Parts, ServM  SUNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE   t-Kfcfc HOME UtMONSfRATION     ;  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKE?  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SPORTING COQDS  CLIFF'S BOATS  ������^A^SS^W-JH^  TILLICUM HEATING & 5HEJO"   ��� 1���METAL��� ��� ���-���r~  oil - i:li:ctric & gas  No down po^'iiTi!  Phono 8815-9494  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL I IIM I) WATIK HIATI.|"5  Hoiiiinu pown - - io y��.iiis in pn/  L'ijIiI Plupiliinp ,  Roy Blanch�� Modoiro Pork  883-2401 883-2778  Madeira Marina Ltd.  ���   "Dealers for:   J   '   "  Evlnrudo O.M.C, - K&C Thormbnlnis - Synlinor  Sprino Bok and Pio'nper,  Also Plumbing Filtinrjs ond Fixtures,  Ponder Harbour - Phono 883-2266  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  ,   Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Londscoplno - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Borry Plants - Bedding Plonts - Pent Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  ������������     ' Landscaping and Trees    '  ���   Phone 886-2684  i "  OPTOMETRIST ^~"  FRANK.E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsoni  Every Wednesday  886-2248  ;. .     .      i   ��� ,     ., ���y    .   ��� - ���  PHOTOGRAPHERS ���  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A'Complula f-liotngrophlr; .Service  ���������WEWINO!' - POKTRAITS ', PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  C, ADERNBTHV  Qib.an., fi.C. - Fliqno 0B6-7374  or 0H6-7215  Fl��hlrig SuppliesJrfgoats new and .  Used . , . Large & Small  885-9832 Sechelt  SURVEYORS  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  ,    B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building -Porpoise Bay  $echelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnifh 6430  1 ��� "'"' i        "ii   ��� ������ '������"-���   TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  She|| Cas and Oil and Repairs,  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Sen/ite.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C  1     Tel: 883-2414  TIRES  PMJMBINCi  .   SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  I'lilllllililfi ��� Pllinfll'lnfl "SlflainlltllllO  IN W'imr llo-iUno - PI(mLaonlng  PRRE I'STIMATUS  ,    Phono, 886-70*17 oi 886-2848  RENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  ' ,v i       ot Dayls Bay  "Wn l'"��it ��r Soil Alm'iM livniyiliino'* '  'lyiniWlllftK. �� Liglillnrj I'loillh - I*il��)vl-.lr��n��  l'i,i<, iiiiun.-Ci,in��iiii M|-,r7r*i��IniynHn\<r,v  M"-.liurili.'h limit!  PIIOHl! flfl!).2flifl ��� 24 HOUR WWlCti  RKiST/VURANTS  EAlfLSXOVr RESTAURANT  Open 9 n,m, fo Iho lost Forry  Homo Cookod Canadian and  .    ' European Dishes  ^01; ANP MARY FRASI-R  Tuh 883^2747  COASTAL TIRES  ,.   Sunihlna Coa��t Highway  Pox ]3, Glb��pn��, D.C, - Phono B06-27OO  SALES AND SERVICE  AH Brands Avallohlo  -  Monday to Saturday 8;30, o,m, to 5:30 p.m.  Friday overling by appointment orily,  TOWIMG  ' Sco-Vs' *���* Lo^s  SECHELT TOWING ,8i SALVAG0  LTD.  Heavy tqulpmoni Moving & Log Towlnfl  L. HI6GS  Phpno  805-9423  .  ���  TRANSFER  ��� -. ...if. :   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  t   \     '���  H��nia��l|0ld Movlno, Prickl-ia. Jiloropa  ��� Pocklno Moinrlnln por Sola    -  Mcmlior of Allied Vop Wnisi,  ,   Capqdn'i. No, | Moynw , ,  Phono 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons,, BC,  HANSEN'S^R^SWR LTD? "  WARI-lipusiiS,  SoclColt 88S-2118 -Gibsons 8862171 '  DAII-Y SI:RVICI; PI'OM VANCOWVIR'  StRVINQ Till; SliCIILLT Pfc!(SINSULA  Piirnllrira In oiiyvyliarff ln,Conodo,  Gen.tal frdaht, Lovribod nnd tiaayy lioiilina  UPHOLSTIERY "^  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  "      AND DRAPERIES  ("nuiiliolsKii(no - f'lr.lylliif] �� C/intpU.lu |)rop��iy  !>civ|. 0 * .iqinpll", f llOWfl llllllfl 1)01)10  Phono 886-2050 affor 6 p,m,  or 886-2873  U.'��o thtibo bpocos lo  rfinrh poorly 10,000, pcripla  evory wookl,  THL TIMES r Phono'; 885-9654  ."S_*f*^  ^0H0*&K0L*$r0l^0*&i0ll0*0^  *��  >.rt&7J��Sfc- -^mt. *KKK#:r_ if*   ..." tt��.^n^i*>>jy*Ja��K3*^Jl^  \l'.f*?f8tMjf*i***-^.'-' rr,. * %&l>'Z.',fit&J&9l.i!L��-r-4i'r       L-.& ^^W^'-^^i���^^. ^ r,r ^ ^ -"L-..    ^V.��^  J** r*  I  Branch 38 OAPO meet'   y^^-^^-m  prior Jq summer recess  ���>-i i  ;Th0 PtatainsMlq Times  -'������     I ��� '    ���   ' ���      " ��� ---     ���������   ��� -it-  r-i J  -I I     I.  ML.  ryAST rrtepfing befqr(-, t|ip s-ummer recess*,  oi' pjancj- ft"*,. Old ^ge Pensioners Organ-  ij-ntipn, was h,pif" 'pipdi-y. Jimp 21 at  U*��P H'M'I'U Penlie, flili&pns.  T|ic i"(ipolin{| <>!"pi"pt| with Iho s'nging  of (uir |Nj;i|innal Apjh.em, followed by one  miqirtps -.iltsi-rp i*l mpmory of lyiis  ItUpapnr Wiirdil, 'I'lip President welcomed  Uipso pmenl, jripludmB �� now member,  Mis   [}Mw*.    *  .Tlm mmm.esLj-4. thp la&l mooting weie  adppted ns rcacj,, \y\i\\ correspondence and  1he provmpiql mi ri.pt eg, filed. Mrs Knk-  ham said 4 few wovds" re'gaiding the bus  tHP (0 BplUngb"m> 4��ne 1(|, saying what  8 l*'""l'y Pllfeviiblp trip it was. Qui- thanks  A$   'Ml'"; ��� Mftet'Vvei",    v*hose- ���  thoughtful  i\vr-m.gempii!" matte it 'so. ���'���'  Wvs\ ISfpfa "tiff-ley gave her-' report on  tllP ^--V-P.pi. Pppyeptinn held In Quesnel,  iUtving fl hipsy 'Pld interesting thrpe days.  "J'hP tflill mpmborship tip-ds 'issued fp fliite  ���fflIMP?", wh'b il",a(}��. Mr- Hi"ley reported  .tbe convent inn w'"s.P sucpess, witl- many  rosjiliitinns being .presented. Vpiinger  mernhprs arp liecpmipg interested, with  fplir new..members being elected ip the  Provincial lipaif".  The Golden Agers Pay at the P.ISf.E.  has pot yet been finalized, the committee  in charge hoping fo.F .i] date to coincide  iyhen'tl'e.-iyiusical "Ride is- presented at  (lie P.N.B, Members who wish lo attend  the P.lSj.E. on Golden' Agers Day, ,please  phone anyone on the executive for infor- *  marion re- ctsjte and. bus.  \.  CALL  to  1659 Sunshine Cgast Hjghwgy al- Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone ^8(5-7112  ." '��� CARPETS    * JIJLE5    ir LINOLEUMS  -    HOURS:  Clpsqti Monday, Open 9 a.m. -_$.p.fn. ~ Friday Night Til ? pjm.  ���    , ���   ���   ,    \ Unexpected  I-endei-Harbour's Ultle'League base- of the" team's coach"Cpl Ala  bull team, players were thrilled re- Remy. -Boys-pictured-'in  cently when Hobby Hull dropped by from left: "Roddy tait; Kaua  ���M..M    .a,���,     ,tuaaim   *.  to -chat   wilh   them.   Tbe   famous Lome Newtek; Ricky Merkel; Doug    Man* and Don Brown  hockey player is a long time friend Kammerle.  Centre:   Rqhby Alexin-        * '   *  ivfeipbers of Bra.neh�� 38, pleqssp Watplr |  the   paper,   supermarkets;. qnd   the   twp ��  ��'    I      v     bfike'slipps for -"npoiincementy re .ijetivi-" |  ���    L���        t    t|estduring .July and August;- - .- |  1���   Ar*  CI.        A*,.        ni r> tt   i t i      " Pl?'"'"''   '"ark    ""epleiripei-   meetillg-6   Oil B  .tytlfleSt     der;    Qlen   grown;    Ric}iy   ,TpllJ13Qn    yoL.r. palendau, .Sofia*  September fi  and I  tl'Opt   rQVV     ^Pd lyiark Sladey   B^pli  row:  B'ap'Y     the regular, September 20; both at 2 pm' =  rey Ward;    Siebert,    Ru-ssoJl . Cameron.-   Todd   a< lhL> Heahh Ceua-i, Gibsons. i  l.'ol ���    T1/11I�� A/loiv  naiH   11a>��   n,.^,.,., .'in .,., .-,., ... S  The monthly raffle was won by Mrs. ��  Bernini")'. Tpp - execqtivp wish all'mem- S  bers-an enjoyfible. summer,. fi  -'..-'*   B  E  all set for July,3  El\^RT5QWT��^M^a!u5^Fniglit ��� so 5  goes Ihe song. Everybody* lqyes the Pen- I  der ���Derby, jt seems. More donated prizes?' |  are  still  pouring  in  and  some  of   them 8  more valuable  than  the advertised ,2nd s  and 3rd. The tommitlee is in a. quandry S  ��� a local weekender |ias donated a ope " '5  night may and a dinnef for 2 st\ his'West 5  Pender  Street   Hotel  ���, should   that   be I  a Jiidden weight or a draw prize? Where  do you ���piit"4 dozen of suds; 2 jugs of wine .  and a ease of oil?  You don't have to 'fish to win in this     ______  Derby,  and   right   now . there   aru   more     =  prizes thaiv4ie'<ets sold!    ���they're, ayailqble   for   $2.00   at   ���,������.  n->arinas,  mp|.e|s apd stones.   This  is  the     S  I   nyMfe^.B^ I   $2-00 each, now  iano.!i*!fe{Mi^|as��raigh8fi��L..^.. i.;.  wmi-ip nwm*m^.pMn&*^nfr- >  duy, July. d|-d."by 0  p.m. and final day  Sunday, Jply 4th, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. That's  draw (iipe top ��� .ypiij.(u:ky (jukel  hnh   ���  (|prs. -T- Bps|. of Lijclc.      '���   '  |iiiimiiKiiiniiiiiiiiiir!iiliiiiiiiiTi;iiim  WMTi  And Many, Many Mote  Good. Prizes  3rd* 8:80 aji. - W p.m.  TICKETS V  MflL^MailaJiiB^alLJiicaLj!^^  Weigh In at Irvines Landing  ��wro mmvom <m:M> imiffp tour  (Resident pf Visiter)  % Big moment  s   TYshing in the l-epder Harbour prup  s    rl>oeii(Ly..~Bobby Unil  look tji^e ppl;  Ip itteet llie iJllle I^iu-giit' b'al'l |e'T|)i  Hockey idol presents  ir  TOTE^a CLUB  (uimdiip I ockey player, who playw . ..swih X .1  | for il,? Chicago Blank llnvyM cittgbt, g J, ^Jh1' /ih,!  5   Jobs ol f-alinoi) during Uio brlel visit,    hihliion imwth  I'M 'III'   llll'OO   UN-  tn'f output  at Sryear low  JAPAN'S     real    "economic  growth   rule   in   fiscal   1970,  ondc;<)  last Murch 31,, dropped  lo D.I) perccinl, a five-year low,  lhe    '(nynr'nirioiij'.s    ecoixipinii:  pliipiiiiiK iiKeney  e.s lima les,  , .'. The aypni, nati|)i|iil expenditure (ONl!"), nil  oiiuivuieiil  (i,f  tin: 'puss national product, in*,,  .fiscal   11)70   was   e��linialei|   at  ,$202 hilliou in noni.iiial Icrips,'  rip   lli.f)  percent    over    f|sea|  JlKIIJ,' Iiv-"  nH'iiiey" sir|rl,  11 ostimulerl lhe aN"J" liuroiil..  f,  ' -'  l, 8:00 p.m. i  INDIAN HALL '  Jackpot $300  $75 TO eo  it ��� DOQB rfttffli ' i*      ,  ,0000 0000000000 0 000000000000001,000000000* A  I  Ki.ial.   scrn'o   in   an    eXcbi���,{. w���,,o, j^ini�� ir�� H��o��|. |uyo ,��( $1 (ill Mb  HKiiiiiHl the Ciihsoiin Hppm Men wan ai-0. ?/,!: '1|' ('�� l>1!��,,:('!''1 ,,VI!1' lifi(!"!  Wlnninit  pib'hei',  Hobip  Alexander   wuh '"   '         .      .    .    .'.,'..-  i.llowe.l only iwp hil.s in |in> itame, lli.s ��� I!���� ��llJ��i����y l����l; pi'Pdiclerl n  ���������               ���                                      ��� iii'owlli rah.' of 17,3 percent in  luminal  iormn ami 'lll.ll \wy-  ''" '!f!l)l   in   real   lernw   for  fiscal  ^|"~V <fl7lll        |"j  All "Tlifl Iji�� Point" produots oro qiinlliy cii*nrnrttoodr  mul i.miy lliu win| of i|iiiilliy uppioviil, "lliu I riv  I'liinl" '��� lu a !iii.l-n.i)|i|it-/ iiailmial piofi)ii!i|p))ii|  il.ttuiiiiUif binii'l otpniiil. You W(��ii|ii uxpect to pny u .  i)i-iiliilum'|)rl'i(i~for "hmniiimpdlntir\iml\iy, bur;  in;i;mii,ii wu iii'xl" it Jui.1 for you, ihu lioiiMiloviir,  you'll fiint it, -im-icilvul/ |"ri<"��d, fbiy "|.uy" pow by  iim ijiiiii-i, by ilm omIIoi). I'lifot.oti Uiu b<��/"ity of  "Miv." iyi ,.,..���'     i���������"���'   ���       '   . ,  nhyptit pi  TttAHBAY HAUPWAftE Up.  SecML. :     . .Phono B^-O&'M  Waller Safety anvo "'      ' '"'T"1 "ly ,w" l,ll's in ll|,! ��,,n"!' "'  BEFORE oniorlnb(llio "'   ,<M '       ,.      ,          ,'      '^    ' ,!f!n.  water, mul nl-avuvs 6wiiii . ,   "'" ,loy w"l mJ "Oniplelo, however, AA  S/uZd��V    'm ��� 'il'IIMiMi'luiy  id.,|  Hubby   Hull  appeared '" (l'     ,       ���           ,.       ,    .  mhuhndd)!,*        , :,(|    M|W)))lt)|       [_, ���;(J..1>0yj,.vJ/,���'lhu . .bipnn'M mil, urowi. rule In  ���        ,��� "hi��niij��  Cpumplnmihip  Trophy .rlom.ic.l     iv��; pr^'my��^, "Nji��!> ��m  "      .      .    by , IVb.rl-.lru    IV)Mrin<..   'Caplali.,    l,orno     ���'    ^m\,,Z'yU M,(1li*'  "=*    N��!w|c|<,  aucepiod  lhe  awiiril  from   Mr, . ,,U' |,,,v' 'V!'' *?���'��� !",'','"*��- "'.'f  Hull who iiJmu ...  un niilpiiniphi  pboloiti'i.|ilieii  Wild) Alan de''fit, llepiy,, .  hccoimi Kruno (if ihe t.iiirbum..-i)i op-ied   Econqmic unity "  wilh if Ht'im. nf ll-il wild llio I'opdor boyii. j '/���            "         "  kln/)li)l| h'opii! 11)01(1 ,iif i|io"niiin,  Wiml Ufqed *fpr  /(iiipn, ,|iii)ca7lh, ll,"w Uio 'IYopH midline f r**in   Amnrinrr     '   '  .lliu (|l|imi|in .^|ptii||t!|) al  ClllwopH.willi ,�� J-,u*111 muvii^y  laiorp nf ll-:i,          '   '"           ' , I'jtfciWinWM'r l-'litiuiren of (Ionia  Afler a-wliipliiu  ul|   ilir-in  louri)iniicnl .    Ml"�� l)��i" lyHPed    ap Impim  i<m  Ti  Wi'ib'li In fiiliin;,    ' '��� '  ' ' ���'   ,    ''tliiltrui HlnliiH npd lo ileiDiiiii  I io I lei1 UirniH  for, pioihiclH on  lln." world piurlwil,  I'roMiili.'iil I'lfpierPH miiiin bin  appeal jp p ,'i|)(.'i:c|| pp lliu I'lml,  day of mi itifkl'il v|n|I Io,I|)Im  "My,  ��'iipilii|  of  lli��   Yiiiiiilnii.  filllNlfilff^R  CO/VST  Hr,   )V1iiii'h  I.ciihho  ,: T'lMfpaipepl^wlll lid |)0  iluly |nl, .'|rd iind ���Iiiu  '" (in'M|")"',       ,        i'   ',       '��, ,' r. i i     ^���mpimih iiHi��l IP IDlllui Iwlpe,  Al   Imi iii   niriPH,    .oidoP!  WhIuiI ��l��l    |,��H 'plnpn��(|   in   llio   fane  of  . - j:*...  ��,ippy, wi.Kciici.il . .I,,.,), v. Hijn4 r|��� ,     ,,,'.,;:,   M;����MMtM^<t).��MHvy  >!..��>,,,,; im-wrr. ~*'" fny"V��w ,palc,'��iilMa����rpr.mryr  Mr., .(.���n v -wlppor ol it p,.��� m.,,,.!      ,       priiilpcbi/'ilcHcriliial |,.!i��,!.,...!,i  i u������niZH.l'!r ^1   ' !'y m)%tHimn>' ���\S ninl lliu plbcr miAJor pro.l.icin  \ h   >d lhe wi,,,.!  |��-<-H mi oi) Tliuiwh.y w Hi    l)( MmhJwj ������,, c,,/ ���,,, A  1     )i> li-wii-H  playii,,) lo |.o rloloripliic.l ,by.    |,;���-T(;.(b',..e. hii��)Pr?nM. npd col-  -   Hie o.iIcopi.i ol llio /piipennip Thurmliiy.    p,,, .������ '���,��� ,|(m|,,l' modiiclu"'  tllh mid,m tlm plwyofi poHliiim,* ,,i���� �������**--;;��� ir-c(;r)nin'iiRC(|-ln;-iri)I-*'ory"'Atrft-.rft-  fliM.lbcihleiippi and pb.i'w i-aipiol J..)..,.- H|,{pt!fj p, u,0 fwc,. |ii���| ll��e  pounced III Ihlii "Mine, WOll* lit fr.Yti'^lq'tp) bCH-cjiHip  .      ^  ._^.,..���., , fu)nmr wiih^viiIui.tI    al   pnly  fllppIV |drl I., |i|pplnboy^,,0|' yppynn ^-iio-lwijpllolp  of  liml. pf ||m  luve'yr-li, Wilirf li irlliplrl r|in?!i||p���| J )t��v<>    I'lP'  wo)Ju:r'  Jp 'IbJlrplil."   l|��o '  ......I. Aj.K.     It ������ ll.,,...l^...al ...ll > ^  l * n \  1 ,, .,  ;   "vy*  \'i   ' -J \      1"'  a;J J ML       kiJ'    -  j��rAt%     fv  -& \**$t&,, ,.V**   . ���  ,i  ��� > I  <.''.''A <>'h  mm   inu   i.warn   irnin   tvir,  ,  ', '  ,     .,       ' ,V  prc.!(!ll|o.l each player will) ''M'"'* mjl'l tl|e low ��n��w . ���������  !.l photo, friiuy^oro llic r")f',!'��n^lK.1*_ porlurt (��f ��:|''��IHm!  loKolljor vyllli' Uy\ Hull niid,... ��<jhIrajinU- ojii'Jm.t in 1lm:a| lll/H,  ,    ,t.,)( 'if... y,,   -5  ���'JJ ',A��f.A^i K ������  ......a     i'imiiiiiih     aaa,      lf,p>lM      I Will ||ll II H.,ll      ' IM"    ""    ,�����>����������,"���        ",'    Pl'PI'r"      ' \*~   ',*   f f a,   ��     I'ffjSt        5" 4 |  ,Pjon,. IIm.'Iviiiji jcco|vi!i|'||,��!, Hoyal Hu,j|<    nl(ji)).'<l   p|ea   fpr ' U'llli-A-'mi;^ ,,(85;    JJJJMl  \  ���upl,,y, Now, iMiviiix olinlkcii up 17 wi.iH    �������'<�������   >l)illy  lo- hImiIp.'  off  Hie ^mVaM^j.I^i  Jl    '..      ���  '  In hoiii-oIi,  lln.- Tyeni.1 i.'i'i)  llio  lioya lo    "economic colonliillmp" pf |he        ,'. '/   ].     /    \ [\,  K"  ib'l, In fiiliin;,      '��� ' ' '''   �� 'tlpltiKl HlnliiH npd lo riemaprl , " .'  \ JJ'r ���  \ ,<��� '-:*!}*���       ,  . ,   ,.        ��� a bollei1 UirniH  for, prodpelH on        v.A*1-*,...        ��"'  Senior Men's League  1  r, IVlon'H l.ei.,mo lx;,.,ii) pci.i.rplli. Mayo mwi'li)<.'|"��  hold ||)In- week on ^volibpoib iliHuppcar |��� >p.,.,.,,i  nl  -Si-oIIi-ij'h 1'i.rli    y,iM,.H ,,��� \\w WMI.|(|  ])rll,u  ut  i   i " '  al pleasure.;, real been  o  aruii  ,0'  1 "  iiv.-rybDily."  -1 < .i  i -  J'ri.'iildcpl mild,  ieiier  Brewed to tola* on yourjund of thirst;  ���       i i\ |       n   ' , \ _ |  This rivt-ilfoipMt li not pub|l-ii��d or dlipiiytd |iy |l,o M.'fuoi C4i*jty| P^id wi f.y ihq iiQwi\nm\ ot Bi|i|ib,Co|umiiti  ���\   \  V-*!,'  'V " 't  ���       ���-      ���:������..  ' ���..���.,���,.......,..,,...   .I-    ...,,_..,,,,,...        ���. ......... ��� ���     ,     , , ,. ' ,,        ...J.-.,      .............    ...  ^f��<MM!^_^a^��^^��^-��^iy.^.aa^^i^^ Dj^^^Afc^Aim...     ^ .    d    ���_ ��� -    - 'i  ��� �����      i ��� ,      '    ���  ?~X1*%-��S'- -.<Jfc����Sa-i-J- ~^--   -t^--.J?"��:=-i-V-S^"^ -Mi- !����r��J��.~S���  ���-JK��m/��ai;��j55V~;%��iH. ^-7I^.��w-*i^���-^X?_t_^^7rS^^^^,t*--^^ .*.��*;;������ *-'-^'* fVKv   ���"^ii<iS^^ISS^;-��-'"^-a'i^J'��'-'^^ :.'-*^-f"S^iSa^^.^4SS*����i5Ss!;*l.��*-' *-"?>V��*  ^-'10.'%^5Wfe?.'*"*'?' O ...  .-^Wfej'*"*r  ���'^l&��W.^ _    ^ - >��� ���  i->>y^\ ;���*������-: r  �����8^ �� .^w^  rare },>  ' T    "  i -  l^et'sbe optimistic and assume  you don't have an accident, Or hit  any parked cars. C>r speed, Let's as-*  surne you "stay at the party longer  than you planned and had three or  fourdrinks--' enoughtodrinkto make  you legally impaired, All in good  fellowship. All without malice. And  . for some reason, you are stopped.  Hero's what to expect:  Breathalyser  Police officers are extremely adept at spotting impaired  drivers, There are dozens of telltale  clues, Ifyquaresuspected,you will  be asked to submit to a breathalyser  tost. This is mandatory and refusal  can result jn serious charges. If you  have consumed enough to give you  a .08 reading, you can be charged  'with*inipiair6,dMdr;iv|{ra;���;^���'���'���'���  ... ��� ';   ���        I.    .   a   '  blS Vor^ -likely,-you will be  , iy Ml1 jailed overnight, For the  average citizen, this is a terrifying  experience, Impalreddrfvlng eorries  under tho Criminal Cod0,and tha.t  is just how you will be treated, You  will be fingerprinted, asked for alias',  relieved of.your belt, tie, shoelaces,  and personal possessions', allowed  one phone call, and be placed in a  cell, In the morning, your breakfast  wijl be slid underithe bars of the cell  door.You will find the night harrowing and have plenty of time to reflect.  In the meantime, your wife and  children will be worried,, distressed  and slightly mortified,  Fines  Tho arresting officer's  report,corroborated  by your breathalyser reading, will,  normally result in a conviction, Tho-  number of convictions is increasing  every year,Over 12((!)00 are expected In British Columbia alone during 1971. If the Judge lets you off  rwjth^$25O*-fino"forth0-flr6n3f^"  fence, you can consider yourself  lucky, For having accumulated ten  penalty points, the Suporintondont  of Motor Vehicle^ will assess you'  a charge of $2(tQ0 which will be  used to pay for' public information  messagps jike the oneyou are now  reading. Add tothis the $50 to.sever-  al hundred dollars you'll spend on a  lawyer and you've dropped quite a  bundle.  t  M Suspension  Even if you  have never  had so much as a parking, ticket in  thirtyyearsofdrivingrybu can expect  to have your right to drive reviewed by the Superintendent of Motor-  Vehicles. On his judgement and your  driving record,your suspension may  be one month, three months, six  months', or'oven indefinitely. '  Insurance  Tihe costs don't  stop at fines,  and layvyers, When your Insurance  company hoars all about it, your  ~inJ"eTiTF^rinrc37a ISr'STjTIIXrri vi/M1 |5^T^^'SrM'r^  c:l~ieir0@-dv Trt'eit' means your Insurance  rafes will soar until youchn prove  yourself a good risk again.' that,  could take years if you have no more  problems, And here'sanetherpoint  .to-pondor, Had you injurod or k/llod  someone while impaired, your  liability coverage was void anyhow.  Your insurance company will pay  the claim, but they may demand repayment from you.  Publicity  Criminal courts  swarm with court  ��� reporters, In spme smaller communities, your conviction will make  front page news, They will list the  details of ypur arrest, trial, convic-r  tiop, breathalyser reading, fine and  suspension. They will print, all -this,  ��� along with your name a^nd address,  for all your friends and business as-  - soclates to read, It is the coup de  grace yoqcanexpectaboutone week  after the .trial,  aro the hard cold facta of  how a Jdvlal evenlno can turn into a  nightmare.The police, have seen too  many dead children to have much  patibnce.The courts have hoard too  i-nany tragedies,to give you much  mercy, And that's the way it Is/  /  ' K  * . I I, !��� 'I 1 �� '  link about if next time you decide to save a few dollars on a c<  'V, ,   I.. ,a ���  I''  Government of British Columbia  *W*  Motor-Vehicle Brunch    yrmfito,   AUornoy^Gofwra/  ��� .,-, ^iiV.-/T*P        '    '   *,.    i      " .   ���      .0   ]/h  Hon, Losllo tl, Potorson, Q,C���  , f,:**mm .'Attornev-Gonoral ,.       >.. ..''.  *    it     0    ��    j    0f     (  f*   ,*   ,0      t     01 f >     *      *   ,t   f /��  fc*j***Jrft��S����wwi^^  \  ,nft-f*' vv ''''V '('���*'*" '   '   ' r **' '- -1 > ' ���'' *'"- ���''��� *'  '&      ' i*    ���>'*#_W-*'~"A'- "Y, v- "'d  r&?t->��� ?-*-*���V- -t^j-W t- ^i.,*" / - *y i��*ii .1  i  J  j.  -a  * is  1 ���     �� j. *  Brldn's Browsings  . ���by Brian Heqp*"  DIBSOMP Devils Yardprs'' defeated tip  Ksm Marine Qheetas 17-13 Friday  Oight ^ 10 rpii first inning helped the  Winners, although the -cnptest was. \p  doubt until the la,st opt was recorded.  At 1,00 p.rn. Sunday tjip Cheetas .will  have a father'apd dpuahter &m*- to .he  t iollowed by a wein.er* roast at the Bluff ���  f Beach stalling nt 3.00 p.rp-      ,   .    -  v    |       Tlie wpmep who coach A\b girls t-qft-  *-'��� ball must be congratulated fpr doing ap-  *   1   cm client job wilh the girls |n peeing iho,t  1, ') all who>aul to play do so. Everyone  2  who coachps qr umpires either "-ottbaH  "* ���"   oi  b^ehall is doipg thpir part to ipp]*e .  -'* Qibbops. a bettor cohipn\P��ty to live in. '  "��� ���       At,   thc baseball  season   draws  tq  p  \ c lobe Ihe playoffs, reach, a feverous pack  7} The annual "father -son, father daughter  ' | gap~.es   have  beep   or   aio   about   to  be  * played. The results ot these games show  1    1*   in t>ome cases the children winning with  **"!   speed and desire, an'd the fathers wiifippg  * sj*   with  muscle power and experience, Ujp  see  these  games as they  provide fqr a  good night of epleitainment   Rafly round  and see your son, daughtur and husband  play now I  As school endb a new season ol sports  begins fo shape up It ib I he* time now tq  go bwimming, water-skiing, or plain relaxing on (|ie beaches soaking pp tjie  warm summer sun. Howeve/r, the sup  lias been .lacking..during the, past month  wnen it'shopld tie most plentiful and as-  a lebult the "Sunshine Coast" has taken  the appearance of jhe "Rtiinshine Coast."  Let us a|l hope that the sun will bless  the popy lance of this pp-pipsula all the  month of July, August, and (September..  li one cannot swi'h, do-not worry. T|ip  Red Cross sponsored swim classes will he  blditmg early next month, and these  classes' ensure that a person can adequately bwim and also be able to stay afloat.  The   evidence  is  showing  more   and  mine the popularity of. this area as more   ��  and more new ���homes are being built all  the   time.  I  have  several   in . Lahgdale, ,  some in Hopkins, some-in Gibsons, and  probably the other sectors of population  biph   as   Roberts   Creels,   Wilson   Cieek,  Selma   Park,   Sechelt,   jjii4~/oflic-rs   have '  noiiied  also  the   increase  of   new  resi-  donls. The good  features  of  this peiijn-  birUi include views Which aie "-'olit of this "���"  world, peace quiet and harmony not evi-./  ���rrr"*Ka   ;..   a'l--'a'i.l :.:"a:....   ' i   a k^r^c. ���.' . '-j ,:   " V  r ���  i"-j  'J  Pretty ceremony.,.  , Eaa  *'*]  * "*f  4  Section B  ENINSULA.  'Wednesday, J��ne 30, 1971  Pages 1-8  Gomorn arows...  i  t f  I  "  It  *__���  '   *  i  "debt in the big cities, and ���tfie'friend I i n ess  ol the nearby people. People living hi this  pail of. the province have it beat, as  where else are you so close to nature,  swimming almost at youi- back door, boating, fishing, golf on the beautiful Sup-1  shine Golf and Country Club, or^-jttst  about apy .other activity one caij/lhink  ol' '  A local resident has left the area for a  second two year stay to East Afiica. Pr.  Terence Heaps, sop of Mr. apd Mrs. J. ill.  Heaps of Hopkins landing, left last Week  to lesume his teaching ppst; at Par-lijsr  Salaam, Tanzania..Pr- Heap-" has already  been in East Afiica fpr two years, apd  toi the fiast two months he l)i)�� been  vibili'-g^hi!' parents. Previous to his stay  ill  'l'llHzlllllii    Bir: Hfitlhs iifi��  l-if-im  fniin'iiriir  JiLdfMmatle^  Enuliiriri" . > ;���      '"i ��� ; ���"���'  ' ���;.   >:--:v  MORE than sixty ratcpayprs turned out  for |,|ie first official meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Ratepayer's  Association, 'held last Wednesday June  23rd., in  the  Wilson  Creek   Community  'if all.-".   _���\2ydQ0$.c\TJ\rrnt,t.. 13ti4--Bry{"Ofi���wet���  oomed pi| present and in a spirited address     told     an   "obviously     'f:oneei-i*ed--  audience;  "The present provincial government  ip. ils, .wjsdom --saw fit to. friisf its principals of Regional Government'upon lhe  public The people, having nn previous  experience with this form of govorn-  niept, could not appreciate its future  ranrificatiops. However, ratepayeis haye  since become painfully aware of wha*t  a l".egipnal Board means! ;  '.'fiascos, like the purchase of the water  sjy��|,qm, damage to spawning grounds in  layjtqg ytpley lines, layipg of expensive  .ga'jSt' irqp* pipe where' Wore ccppomical  pitltpi^Us. were available', tjie Selma-Park  ��mVJ"i':o"pe(r*|tjniv ��'^> wm miwA ]~wk  public read ion,' dictating without equivocal ion, the Ratepayer's Mandute and iri-_  dicaling   by   this   same   reaction   a   vole  of non-confidence ip our local Regional  "Sparc!.... , ,..,....,-.-;, - ,���>, ,.,:,:,.,.,.:.-���,-. -,...,,--;,-;,,+  "Had our elected representatives beep  -rnore iespmisible���Pi their uonsi|ti.|pnl''~  sought, direction op controvGrsia.l issues  and kept ip touch with reality, this Regional Association,- and others like it,  would be redundant.  "The purpose of this meetipg . is Ip  solicit- Ihe support of rateuuyors, ratepayer groups community associations and  Boards of Trade on the Sunshine Coast.  "We need your financial support ���  Yes -- active participation ��� Yes ��� apd  what we need more is a director from'  each body elected to this executive. We  believe these directors will bring logical  coiuiubinns pertaining to their problems  within then own aicas bcfo'iu this Association in turn it will co-ordinate an  autiioilativc, presentation to any branch  pf govcrnpiept.  "Pai-ppppty.,ipwiierjii'. arci,not'*a ��� IjiLlJiriiv  Installation  Instjilled Honoured Queen oi Job's  paugi'ters, Bel'iel ,211, Mjss .Ly.nn  Bredy is pictured with Jiinior \Mn-  cess'CherylMcBwan on the "left; re-  ti-ping Honoured Queen, $.laine M$c-  .ktsnzie and Senior .Princess J^nna  rylandelHau, qn the right, after the .  cererttony which tQok.pi^qe on SMh-  -dajv^J-u-n.e-^flitHr���^".-'-   ^   "~; "  ���June Fast' lunpheon  "' i ���     ��� ���  hailed J&xml success  ANNUAL, luncheon of the Sechelt Hospital   Auxiliary   held   at   the   Legion  Hall June 24th Was called a .June Jfest,  and  the hall  was  decorated  ill  keeping  with    the    theme.    .Bavariarj, ...cq^iimct*'.  "spirit"   waitiesses,   gaily  colored   tabie-  ���blflths,' clhtHg-^TaTn?n*rTnTct mpsi tpipoTiant  ol'  all   the   Bavarian "food   ''Sauerkraut"  came  into  its own.  Many   who  hud   no  liking  for il  discovered  how  tasteful  it  can be served, wi'.h Gernnrri wcinei's w|ign  the cook is .Mrsr Margiirpt''Wum'rp.  Tlie conveners Mrs. Margaret Hiipitii  and Mrs. Ina Gi'al'e did an excellent job.,  assisted by the many. Auxiliary workers  who cooked, baked and served'  There was good attendance qf |()l| coming for lunch .some from Pprt i^ellon,  Gibsoni" and Roberts Cii-eek pipspitfi it  being the coldest June 24tH '(IP V-etiorcj,��� J>2  breaking the round of Fj7 in 104*i, with  fiesh snow on the Vancouver mouptipns'.  "STARS arc the windpws, of Heaven,"  was the vpry lovely therqc ehospn fov thc  installation pi' Miss Lynn Brody, IJon-  opred Queen of Bethel 28 Job's Daughters. The ceremopy- look place op Sup- .  day, June 20th at thc Masonic Hall, Robert Creek which was tilled to capacity  tor the' happy event.  Bequfifuliy gowned. Apy Ihe-oiri-psipp  apd lpqkiog'Yer.\v POispd, retiring Qu'PPti  Miss* JE'lajiie' lyiackenzie cppdvided |lie- i.p-  stailation dssjstod by Miss (5jlehys Mcleod, Giiidq; Mrs. Gpr-pl flerc,)*s, Mivi'shpl);  Mrs. Svif-.ari Rogers, Recorder; Miss p-il'--  lenu tawson, Chaplain; Mrs. Sus^n  Rogers, ��� Narrutor; lynss Patn Roy fig,- (3i'.  Custodiapi-Mrb-. .Wiiniti Pomerpp, .Jr. Custodian " Mrs.-D. Dockar, Installing Mp!-i-  eian; Mrs. parol-Jierei's, Flag Boarori  Mrs, G.���"���Taylor, Utdy of the Lights-    .  Symbolising the.theme, p large silver  star, was studded with blpe lights, ope for  each' J-pbie^id centred with an angel's  face haloed iii pale blpe pet. The favors  carried liy the .girls, were i-pipiatpi'ps pf -  tho lovely symbol.  '.��� Soloist Was Mrs. Lucille Mueller and  her .beautiful voice filled the Chapel with  the well loved words of "Stars pre the  windovys of Heaven" and '**>*eys. to -the  Kingdom."  Officers installed' urp: -.Honoured  Queen Lynne Bredy; Sepipr Piiiipess'  .Donna Mandelkau; - Junior Princess  Cheryl McBw-m; Guide Boy Roberts;  MarshaU Linda - Campbell; Rpcordei-  ���Shelly Benson; -Treasurer Barbara Roberts; Chaplain' Eleanor Swan; Librarian  Debbie Fiedler; Messengers: Valeric Roberts; Betty Tnph'am; Sandy F-urnps.-", epp-  sin of. the Honoured Queen from Bethel  12; Martha Brakslad; Suaaipio Thomas;  Sr. Custodian, Candy Harrisiin; Jr. Cus-  lodum Heather -Mptfatt; tauter Gpard,  Karen Vaugn and Inner Guard, Gail  .Roberts.  Lynn's bouquet was presented by Mr.  Macieod    on    behalf    of    the-   Robinson  brothers in memory of their .father the  late Charles Robinson.  -   Voted by secret ballot, the mosl valu-  ilw-pw^-ijixrTTiT^  Linda  Campbell  received   the   merit  pin  from former holder Candy Harrison.  The newly installed officers and the  installing officers- received i-pany compliment;* from I hose gathered to witness the  epieni'ppy-'Both the retiring and-the newly installed Queen graciously thanked the  many people who had assisted. in prep-  aralions for llic occasion and those who  attended. ��� '     ���  Scrying on fhe Executive Gpai'dian  Council arc; Guardian Mrs. Jean Roberts.;    Associate    Guardian,    Mr.    Frank  Guardian Council arc: Mrs. E. Fisher;  Mrs.' Mprriftpn; M.-'s., Benson; IVfrs. G. T-i*/-'  lor and Mrs. Clark.  following tho ccrempny the Mothers'  Circle served refreshments" iind'Hoppured.  Queep Lynn Brpdy a'nd |iev \wo pri'l"  cess.es presided, pver the out ting of thp  beaut dully decorated cake.  Brat: A child op his pA behavior,  >  Twm@HT \mm  ~G|BSQNS-~.  STARRING: Rqlsert FpSter apd.  , (-pprpn Hytioa_; "  VYorping:  "(SothPlipsi' may ho jpsul'od":  ��� R. VY-1 McRDpqlfl, gvC Classified,'  LAST NIGHT: Wednesday, Juno 30 al  ,���" ' " ' "'���'���'fiim,'" .:  c!J  ��  000  ADULT RATED  Bai|ey-  Secret-p'y^ Mi's. ,ftpsempry  Lawson; Director of Music, Mrs Dorothy Parson. Trpasiper, Mis   Mary Mcpwan.  -    IVIpmheib    n|    the   Assoujatc    Bet)*cl  STARRING;  Kirk Dopglos, fclfipry Fandq,  yVarrcn   Ogtps   anc|   Burqc-iS  Mcr/edith.  THUBJibAY. FRIPAY, SATUBPAV  "And SMNDAY  July 1, 2, 3 pod 4 or 8 p.ni.  DOUBLE FEATURE  PUSSY CAT,  PUSSY CAT,  ���Jl LOVE YOU       4 , ^3*253  J^ift���MfeSliar'e���Artrra���Tt*"gTc"aW  * a.  a r a  ���* .'*-  \ '  'Ja  John Gavin  ���nSis���     ��� ., .  OWE  MORE TIME  Sammy   Dayis iJr.   apd   Paler, Lqvyford.  Monday, Tuesday, Wcdaosdoy  July '���'"��," 6 and 7 ot 8 p.rtp  epMjpG sotp^  Doctor in Trouble  ,   ^' ���     %mZp$,y.<: \i  Ann of a, thousand Days ���  'i -  i"L.  1 -i  L  W  t EiiBl-ir|d.  ,\ Mrf'Qiirdop "fappipj-, Wps,!pf  ��� bc'iilptiye of the riiles pppippjtl  I'.-jj c^rjjMkiu^mmp-Associatifpij���i  '"'''��� Ip help nraapji-q jn|ercsi pf poss  IJ ���        ���  tfii   reijallfiti, or i-McP.s  in  the SO"  Cplvacade  \{H   of Sports to be held in Qibsons. in early  "J}  ApuiiKt,   If   anyone   is   interested   pleasp  'J.'Sf coiilact   Mr,  Er|c:.Schm'idbaiier, at  llllfi-  Jl 72-1(1, This is p yery iptereH|in��1sp(r.).rt,.,i:ij-  (piirinij Jots pT-.liard'n:ainiiftf,''''|vp'(i'is' also'  an Olympic sport, Give it a try, you may.,  like il,  "A Chip.np your shoulder?  You'll find  A lot every day I hul.-is wrnp|(,  You'll  always   have   reason   to. rjropno---  Your road will be rpiiidi all alopj,-,  But H|ii'u/.uflp�� off worries and woiiripn  a sipile  Malum |)l'p an advepluro Ihal'ti always  wort,)) while,"        ���   .     ' l  -    af  If  Lit'  \\r  |V ''h  !4  Ij'i  ' I" I.  I      JaV!  ��� Y',1  ' u\  ; tvi  m  'I ,i" !  >,,*"i  71    {  lliillr'iiKllniip,'  "Tlml"-* a switnlil"  Bioko C, Aldorspn D.C,  CHIROPRACTOR  pot* OMIca Building Socholt  Phona 8B5-2I33  Pa., 006-2321  Tuotiiny fo Friday 10-30 o,m, to ffi30 p,m.  Sqinrday 9i30 a,m, to 1100 p.m.  EVPNINGS: py API'OlJNTMeNT     ���  as'(. w)io|e, wiMj 'i!0 s,'ilisfa'clpr,y rpsulis.  "Holired and seipi-relirod people,  those of Jiplited or fixed; ipcoipes, people  wlip reloeillefl, to jrjpt pwiiy I'rrim thp Jii/'ll  cosi of |.)yjp/' elsehere, dill l|p|: and cpuj'}  not fpresoo-l|)iil Ihey hiir) jumped from  the lj-yip/1-"pan Into lliu firo.  MQJiyjPUs|y, wha'l- was needed, was nn.  nripjlpzaljon   to  pnileel   ||ie   ii|lc:rtjni.s nf  ��� the |-o|t'pa.Yer ipuriiist���hii|,uuu(.,''��ioy,.f|iiasl-  l-,y|'M|'ir|y' np'rl private empire builders.  .''Biiciipscri" ||ic,|ii|'i|u prop covered by  ill ji" loctrl Koverpipepl, i|,'.|ni(:aino' very  ii|)iirpi)| ihal Ihu uxlsiip/j copirniiniiy  iiKaSpcliitloiiN, I'lilupayor /(rrmps 'etc, were  top, far1 fiiliin iind Kciitiorod llirouKiionl,  'I'lpisp finpiniziiiiiiiiH, in turn, needed rpp-  |-i:,Mi!|)lii|iini Ihal would llUil'c 11 ic-it) hip  onpniih( fiowerlul, epounli,, l(| ii|ii|'e Um  wIbIjoh ol |ho people 'known lo Hie local  HrillCd iiprf'Tl'nvjh|!|iir ririvi.'riiiiieiil iii ii"  wuy Unit -would cOmmnnd alteptlop apd  ��� ro��poi!l,  :-.,,.,'.���,       ^  ' "Urnvol nporiiliuii iirrKolilUioiiK worn  eploreil iplii by lhn l|i;|,|itiiii| liiinril ���  prilW|l||idiiiidi|'|'( iibjci-lloiiii lu inn- nlculcil  ri!pliihi;!ilulivi)M anil, Indoorl, lo Hid Hoard  yil'nppy, A|| |'i>|| ,,��� dopf onrn, HUT , . ,  li/hjcicijopi, I'uiilrl poi bo Milllod nnd iiprtu  ], aie llic mp-iters    - |he yoveriinienl is  lhe fc.pt Villi). As ralepiiypu, we.i.'ppriol, wJJI -  iiot,  become slibseyiapt to-iiny  form  of   ���  l-overnpionl.  "The aim and (jpaj.-is -"ipiplo -~- Miilunl  deleiise apil support. We nslt yoi|r cp-op-  cnrlipi) apd si-ipiiort."     ���  Keep off the grass1  suggests ���.Auto, Assn.  "K|!,|'|" off Hm: prasH," Ihu |",C, Aiiloipih  Idle A.H��Mi:intion  cinitioiiK. (ill'ipf*  llinl  ll)i.ii'ijiinpn i|��u|-�� aco a /p'owlnp llp-unl lo  hl/(|)W��y sal'oly,  fJlildlpH have slipwp Hint pul NPioltern  HH/frtr slow rmiiMJPiiH. uimi'lai' lo IIm/so of  druirkeii  drlvei'H, -.'���������      " ���      -  Al   pjf-lii,   ipi|ipr|t,!ii   iiniii.-r   Um, pi-  I'llliipi.'ii "pf ipni'ijiiiinii   may' ||(ii;i|p|i.,��   linn-  ponirlly'blliidod hy nridiinlii,. heiullinhlii i  I'li-wuiMi |liu di'MK iniopHll'luH mul |irolop||i<  Nil) ^I'-I'oijI Ml (iliirn fip Hu: iiyini.  WOOL I. HOME: fnllyfiiinisliotl with intotior design tiy AN"  NARVA, two hod r on ni fully wintorizotl rotironwiit homo on  viauy pro party ovarlooltinoIw until ut Gitrdaii (lay ti} Ponder  'ttftrftniir's-'Qqffle^^^^  JpSTA WW OF TH^ ^MTnAS mc/LUP^: Fully Umtlutuuiotl  lot, nt ono tiro pi aco, am! acrosnorion, harvot,t gold fotrifter"  ator and btovo, solar pinto wind windows, wall to wall car-  ftot, four ploco inntlorn liathionm, western red cedar shaHa  raftfyffO0 6ti.ftJofsiiiidaGk  niovo.intn* .  Other  buifldhijjs  qnd  sites  available.   We   will   desfifjn   <��r  build for you ��� anywhere\ on 'tho ��� Sunslifito���. $Qmh~. ���~  ,    ,   ... ^,f-,^,itiu,Ma.,..^K,^A^^^ ''-*fc' '"���^������������������>y'���������������'������" ������*���������' "*' ��� M i*" ���  &��M  6AHPEW BAY, BC.  y  I,  ,   j " I ' ' it**  ^�������*** ��-r�� >, ^-.��� *��� ���''rjS^S^ M V,  ^*^*w>iw��W'"raWW^^  LT^FMuuTtoM  F  "> I  I      If  f    *  ����� 0  X -  v !i  ��� *  Kr.  ���J  \  it  - ?.  . i  *���*!  �� i  ' I  "'  i  - A  ���* " i  .���*4l  ��� i  "/ may be wrong,1 but I phall not be so worts <�� to foil to soy'what I believe to be right."  --John Atkins  Douglas Q. WmiBW, Editor.  WMMI|tl��IMMM��W��aM��WII��IHn��lW��l��nill������l��W  pqger 8*2  Th�� Peninsula Times       Wednesday.' Jttng 30, 1971  ft1,. ���,��� V 1. .j   \   1   1 *  TOTAL work} disarmament, if it could reached a pe��k last year ol! about $204-  _   be   brought   about,   would*-provide billion, Thus is the, estimate of fhe United  ample funds for the alleviation of misery States _Arnr��s ControL/and Disarmament  created by poverty hrolighout the world. Agency,                  f  Unfortuntely, human nature being what ���   It is equvalent in- dollar terms of a  il is, larger nations distrust'each, other year's income produced by the   1,800-  to the extent that they dare not let them- million people living in ihe poorer parts "_*t JJT        '  selves fall into an inferior military pctsi- of the world. ��" T   ,     .'   "    .-  Uon.        . ��� The  figure boggles  the mind.  The        xt Jjt ������ "��jj  Smaller nations enter  into  conflict world's richest nations, particularly, the- Amt\ Hod'emc si  Lcttm to the editor must be .ysned'by the writer, although a pen-name may be umljor ppblienfion.  Incredible projects   ��� youth Easterly ���  Editor The Timef **** r,h.ls ** u,wi���� �� dry wmd, relatively  wt; {**.";������,.�� <*, ..mo w ��*���* ili,.!i\.!:iir���'"���5S.t  trouble tP investigate at livst Ivpnd pome  of tbe rt-eipientj-.qnd the communes etc,  that hpve recently been very much in  .the p>ws, /___  J have come to the .firm Conclusion  tluy|- ft 'blanket indictment,, is. not warranted, and .that many of the grants will do  ���.'">'^i,i  *l\r ,        * *.  either on political grounds or because  they decide they must extend their bor-,  ders into adjacent countries. Typical example at this time is that of the Middle-  East-lsrael confrontation, due basically  to the fact that when Palestine suddenly  "became Israel, it was decided tb take  in certain Arab territories. Then, of  course, larger countries; namely the  United States>and Russia, play financial  politics by supplying arms to whichever -  side they decide will best suit their jm*-  poses, "~"        .  One can but consider, the benefits'  to mankind as a whole if our elected  rulers were able to abandon suspicion  and doubt, reach friendly understanding  United States .and the Soviet Union, -are  spending most of $204-bilHon, -but they  are also selling weapons to poorer states  who can ill afford to spend Ihe money.  Another figure comes lo mind.  According to the World Health Organization, about a quarter of the 380-MniU  lion children under five yeais of age  living in developing countries show *de-  linite sign-- of protein-calorie malnutrition  We are living in a world filled with  problems. The pollution of air; lakes and  even the oceans, drug addictjon among  yong people, cities chocked with .uito-  .mohiles ��� all these headaches of man-"  kind must and can be solved, "But it takes  inpney. Yet the. world\ nations see fit  ue that all or even  eeipienta   are   layabouts  nor draft Dodging scum. That charge''has  been laid and is unlair,   -  A very' recent and thorough inves-ti-*  gation oi this whole area- and the grantees ha3 been made by the immigration  department as well as-branches of the  R,C.M,P. On the other hpftd spme very  incredible projects lu've-_been approved.  I am first in line to condemn the in  credibly naive way in which the'grants,  have peen approved and administered.  I intend to make my views an this subject very plain to the Federal ministers  that aro responsible, through the proper  channel"*,  I strongly advisi' any responsible concerned jjeivson to do as 1 have done and  make your own investigation. You will  "have the satisfaction ot being a good citizen , apd your resulting opinions will be  and divert the billions of dollars expen  ded on armaments into agricultural and    IP squander'each year, ��$204-hilli6n on - based on truth instead of rumour  constructional! equipment for the back-    armaments." This ;is proof that mankind v'"   '** "1" '"'  ~-'"~  ward and poverty stricken countries of  lhe world. Then perhaps we should all  start living at peace with each other.  The world's military spending ��� inflated by continuing price increases ���  is headingin the wrong direction. There  are sure to'be further disasters unless the  nations of .the w_orld-get�� together soon to  work out a scheme i'or total disarmament.  You .might also get a-little broader  and more enlightened view ol the problems facing young people to-day.  '  ��� *" NORM. WATSON  Endorsed  upon"  an  atmosphere  whole  watei'" has.  largely   heen  absorh*"d   by   the  Olympic  Mountains/  Under adverse conditions  this  same  Wind would curry fqll-out to the NdVlh?: ,,  West and, in tho event of a gravel loading  'operation at Splma Park, the badly afc'V  -feeted   noise,   dirt   and   pollution  'areas   '  would'be thi", western end of the Indian  village and the business area of Sechelt  and the residential area of West SJeehelt'.  Under the present favorable conditions  for population'growth, the publication of .  the Hardiness Zpp'e lytap has been the  m'eans of' telling Canadians from Coast"  to Coast of the existence of this climatic  gem. If anyone cares to check" it will be  lound that two in five queries at the Travel Bureau relate to permanent sett to-"  ment and that many prospective customers at Real Estate, offices are no .longer  local, Yarn'oiiver, or even B.C. residents. '  Na olficial figures are available but  private, estimates of future population '  range .iip to 80,000 by 191*0 An official estimate pips the incoming lesultanl tax,  and income revenue could well make  Construction Aggregates look like pear .  nuts. "  D. ir. SHUTTLE WORTH  Poet's Corner  <A A^\* 1" a *'}*$. ,Jj r h \M" \'Mlvh\  '\  *  Da'*/  H"-.���"jsmp *ary "^irfp j �����-"-���-_  rt      \  A  , *,', \ i J(.  1 ^ ,1*  ,   i  V  ���m~tb   r   vr  \, i i  ���tp���f^rT-  i"  3   i, !���' ''i "''  V  K'  ��   >'iV Vs I  " *'     \t\   ^  ' '  1  1 I  I  -TtJFrrTTSfri  '   I*  I1   I  "Jl  V,  <i  [[ }> r ,i  ��� i ^  1 t *. i'M.  -.'1/ ii. hL  1 ' \MyM!.  i. *'lji,i  l  i  1  ip\  ^J lJ^  -1  11  ,? i  i  H    J  i,I  "i Hi  ���'1  -J   ^i'-f1/1'!.1  H/,^ VM  A'Ay^MAiJ^  I JJ  IT     *r   .I'-lllflOK  ]l I If". I\ -*�� JJl  i> n. i ���  <v  .. "fi|   I  "1l  <  *        ���,   k h f, *   v     i     i  M\i  - Ill  I   l'  I    al   '     ail1  V  \ ij.  iiifj  'i  r |  n  ti, -JiW  M1  Hi  1 J'  I , I  ���Af; *.' ^y,jp  Ma<\ Mk  ,^:-*wj^'JIM>  1.,,^   "IT*4!  h, 9  I   T  V*i j  l'  .i5  n k  w  01 "a f i*.   '-!��� >  - '''iS^^'VJ  *^-  \*<  V  \ "��  '\'fi\k fHf1^        *  i \ A < j*j^fozJ,^ivV^?  J  f  '    ^'|-<  j.f\ p \,\1P,1  ' ��� J i"   t V l  / ti h  ' i'l  ���  J,l  \v  rt.  '(  I  W  r1'  VI    '' "' III        I   I  nU     lliiil   UlUM. ^lai, ll.ll.il.' llll Ijlalh^lAi  I  A   �����siale   Fealersal   ��peu-si  ���Yotirconflibations aw invited  WORDS-  by  Basil  Smyih  Editor,   The  Times ',  Sir:  The B.C.  Tuberculosis-Christmaa     Th"J?[.dMei?..,m*; f,'om my home ammS  Seal  Society approves  and  endorses  re-.  BLUR  eyed Ronnie Basford,  Minister  of   Consumer   Affairs   and   a   true  Trudeau lackey, thinks it silly that there  are those who' feel hostile to the Fed-  tliey have good cause to be.  Significant be it to note ��� a request  for a grant by the Sunshine Coast Recreation Committe'e in order to provide  eral Government simply because about    facilities  for all  ages,  nol to  mention  five   per  cent   nf  iJia_jQ[-,pp,r-t.Hnii-y--Tap���pKWiir'on-^l'-effipleyment'  was rejected  without explanation. Our own member,  Paul St. Pierre when asked early in the  proceedings if he would Speak to the  appropriate department on* behalf of the  Recreation Committee, told the Chairman that this wa-/ outside his jui isclic-  Lion? We can but wonder ....  cent legislation by the Government of  BC. to curb cigaielte advertising and  the recent Bill introduced in the Federal  House to re.stnc'1 it on the nationaJ level.  If is oui sinceie wish that legislation  will be biouyht rn at an eai ly  ,make tbe Federal  Bill a  lealily   / sr"  tbe wild winds,  Down through city streets  Ihey made  their way  Fastened round my feet the tinseled  paper,  Garnished me with things to make me gay.  Premier's Sfncp" Cpnfedercjtion  Andrew Charles Elliott-  Andrew.Charles Elliott sprveiVas.pi'i'j-^ Jwo months later. The'fourth premier  mier of British Columbia from tM>-> ot British Columbia w'qs bbrri in Ire-  ritary.l, 1876, to June 25, 18711, be-'  tween l;he two WalUem adminif-tra  itioiis. He' represented Victoria in tlie  provincial legislature from September 1875 until May 22, 1878, altluwgli  be did not resign as premier until  land m 1829 aitd arrived id Victoria"  at the age af thirty, lie wap,a.lawyer  f\\p\ died in San Francisco-on-Apyil  9, 1889. He was lim-ied in Ross Bay.  Cemetery.  \  I  ^4��-\>l See ngain th<Ve3gei* smiling faces,  "'^"'--^i^eaLftgaitt-ain.sc autt cairehsmg handsT  Youth Piogram grapts turned sour  Poor Basford, how naive is it possible to become? Unless perhaps he  thinks he is fooling us all? It might be  possible to iool all the people some of  the time and some of the people all the  lime, but, right now, Bastord and his  crazy government would have to dig  ���extremely deep to find anyone gullible  enough to believe anything "any more.  A more accurate estimate would be a  reversal of Basford's estimate for-from  the hundreds-1 of grants, obviously handed out without any responsible irives-  Among arms and objectives of_TfluS s My limbs astraining for the joyous morn'  Society is control of tubem.lusta^ond When tiny fingers loose the colored ba d '  .seeking Put causes and cures of respira- u����u.s.  Safe Motoring  THAT boat, motor home or travel trailer  parked ip your driveway is no "doubt  .spruced pp and ready to go.  ���But before you and your family, start  respira  tory diseases Statistics are conclusive  that cigarette smoking i& a factor in then-  rapid   increase  Legislation against tobacco advertising will be a big slep tm waul To us  it  is a mattei   of life andbieath  J. D. HBLMCIiEN, President  Enlightened  Editor, The Times, ;.  Sir: The 1st Gibsons Group Committee  for Scouts and Cubs wishes to thank you  for the coverage given by you to the  activities of the Scouts and Cubs during  I be alone chsgarded and djsaiched,  I, who once had been so bright and gay  Diessed   in  a  myriad  colois  sparkling  with  lite    ���  Yet here I am forgotten, thrown away.  I don't complain, I've seen my happy  ���hoip-,  I've served my time and now again I'm  f''ee, , .  If they'd only take me back from whence  I came,  But you see. I'm only just a Christmas  tree.  tiga.|jpn, it would seem a very smpll per- #^i. the    B.C,   Automobile    Association the past year. Your reports have ,enligp>  centfal-e are fit for an'y sort of consider-.   Woims out that, a few simple steps can tened the public to the boys activities and  atirinV PrpAfidi"  insurance against thej threat of have.greatly assisted us in our fpndrrals.'r  fi"c��,.f).fjce ydu're bn' the road,. * ing pottle drives.  '-���'���'������     ���'������'-���      :-    "���''���-":-  pveiy^i^sfHpiipyiyi, ..,...^M;:,f^'.: jm^JrBmmw1^^?^  ity* can ,but contemplate ^"-jpsactiaii jig Jis,- to: be%pre  ri    Tn^trhpse who work a lull A^inf^ei^lf re,|plmnal Veliclel But when they, do, " Secretary lst-^'lfoin^roTi^^  andshave a substantial port|Qh:���ol!;���!'theJr'"'^^ey,0an���b*J,ilierious because of the conr ��--   ,, -.���/    '  salary deducted only to-see it throvVn    fifred-quarters a and- small windows. Well supported  away on society's deadbeats, Individuals  who have; probably never done a- full  day's wor^.iiv their..lives ��'u'. ns long as  we are dumb enough to keep them, never  will.  Let  us  discount the  idealists   aiid  bleeding hearts who, after till are to be  Since   fiberglass!   holds  up  sq    well     Editor, The Times,-  against extreme, weather, conditions, increasing numbers of these vehicles are  constructed with it, ��� But this, material  also burns, far hotter���and faster��� than  plywopd,.  , The piaga/ine '.'Camping Chatter" has  some   tips�� that   will   help   prevent   lire  pittied, and consider just  what highly    f''om developing in your vauation home  paid civil servant could possibly have ' ' " "' ���s,.,n���1.._  agreed to a grant of $9,900 for a project referred to 'lis "Videotape As Mirror  ���For Youth" $%*M) to record op film  the  experience  of -youth  as  tranHienls  and members of Hie dVug culture, Nine  ���undents will produce ihe films for showing in public, on educational T,V. and  in, training sessions for, youth workers.  Another   one  ���.  Project   Involvement  ��� $8,661;to involve transient, and unemployed males ,jnrlhe planning ol' wel-  liire i^rogiainiheH, The ideas of the mostly.,  youthful clientele (if the .Catholic Charities   Men's Hostel  will  be elicited   by  interviewers,  l-'iiidiiigN will  be' used  lo  pressure I lie cil'y of Vancouver lo'Mend  welfare  services' in  iVsidenls of <;om-  iiiuiuil centres.  , In oilier words, almost $10,(100 to  instruct young people In the arl of pres-  suriiig even more hliril eiiijneil.' capital  from lhe,workers of soelely,  Inspect gas ��� systems periodically,  brpaihipg- soap suds op'| valves,1 connec-  tiopsj-. se��m�� rfnd the gas line,s themselves. ;  flemember that bubbles signify a leak,  II' pilot lights are out, close the valve and  lot the veliiele air Vail- before atlempllng  jo relight the pilot,  ',, ���Be sure to shut off , valves when  replacing * liquid petroleum: cylinders. If  gas ip overfilled.cylinders escapes; ta'pkfi  are probably i mountpd ih , the- wroiig  ppsltlon, (l-aiquld petroleum gas has n  diHtinet, odor, so it's a good idea to fu-  millai'l-'.o ,yournelfi with it by opening a  burner valve to lake a brief whll'l',|  ���Ask   all   paHHepgerH   to   wenr   fire  ' v'eiilHlpnt  fabrics,  and" save    llm  frilly  dr��HH('N. ���fust'-y Hweuters, aiul nylbu It'op-  wear for Ijomo, *  - Wurnlfih ypur vohlwlo with-curlaliiH,  carpel inK and upholMlery I'nbrloH mudo  of firo ruliu'dant inalei'lal, Wool flbrns,'  'flii' Intitiuico, nfiilHl, .rapid, .flunui' spreiid?  -li'irn (ixllnipilHherH of nltlntr a car-  bop dloxldo or dry clK'inluul lypp Hllould  'in iiioiinleil in niiHlly accoHHlbln InciitlopH, ���  lli'oi-l llm  m I'lro, <  If posHlblo work nut an itiimr/ptncy  uHi'iipe roiiln, porhapH Ihrouidi unit of Um  largur. window-) id the front und rent' uf  tho ���v��ih|<r|n, |Aiid always lomp ii bimo-  ball but pp hand hi imtw ypu'iiwid In  break nut a ..window and J'rninft,.  Beyond lh<-mi t||->��, niiyn li^AA, follow  lhe Hiunn flrti-pr��iv��nlliin  gulilnllup-i you  \ye could my on",and on bul, (|uiio Wluni uhIiih im iixilpguy,<iiv,-  frankly,-,'fjome  of (lie  project--  granted "bray at tlm biiHd or origin of lir  thousands of dollars are enough lo turn "  "' ' ' "  thesioiuiieli of a pig, ,  (  11   is  link-   wonder   lhe  wl/iinl" of  . riiuuico  -  lidgirr ItuiiHoir,  wits' forced.  lo cnine out with n seemingly favourable  hudgel, Already Tnideiiu has' cashed in  oil mid hn,s Hlnrled lih unofficial Vleeilop,  day I .il  ���,lido., lis  'IJJHI,  have  culminated  ���s  llic disgrace paH-r^vii!;^;;!;,;';;!;;.^.!  malu, M..r��  (I  I lip -cuuhiry will. Ills li.lest  alroclly, that iN,*l��ry nlmwr\mniUi ti.Tprnmhf  Ihul il will not be liiKen lightly has been vimlllabirl lo nvuid ncciimulutioim of ox',  iiiade very iippiuenl hy the recent eleclion ' Pl'nnlvu h��hon,  restillN in���.SiinknlclK'wim.lA landslide for  llie'Nl)l\            '   ,,- ���,  Wu- IlK'h,: efearly (fvTIiicS (lie over-  wheliiilpg dislllimliai1 wlih ||lc po||llciil  anlies of tlie Triideiui'regiiih',- People  lire worrlfd und Hii'ire-I, even worse --,  . , ( , - ' ��>  Sir: As convenors of oi'ir very success?���-  ful Hospital' Auxiliary  'M-upe  Pest",   we  would like to thank all the ladies on apd  behind   the  scene  for   their   tremendous  help, Without this help and co-operation  from so prany, it couldn't be done,-as you   .  well know,',' ":    '  Special ��� thanks to Mrs'. Connie Mc,-  Dnnaldi a non-embtu' who fnusl by now  have, dish-pan hands, also Kurl l'|oicho|  whp will "be-seeing saiierkraul and weiii-  ors indijai dreams I'or the nexi few wnokH; '  bin. pprslers wor��  the, tal.k  of  the, town,  'U'showed that dofiplio Iho weather,  the support of i|m pi-'oph, 1',-om n,e Sim-  tihino Coast for an organization , eflorl  can always be mnuuiefl on,  ' Again Ihari'ks, and we hope to see you  all  next year,  , MAHClAIU'JT IKJMM,  IMA   (IIIAKK,  Bid to disrupt  Eclllnr, The '1'luien  Hiri PI pen Ibi'i-ii Iwih hnnn no nmntlnn  of local cllniiilir in Iho I'oniiiiiiing ,n���ip.,,  of CriiiHlnictliin   Aggi'iigiiii.M   bid   |((  !-,ii���. ���  rupl," our rinvlroiininnl, vyou may Im lu-  li're--|i'd lo Imirn nl our ari'ii'ti H11i��(ut>iM-.-i^  '  ..liL!l,i,'r<:l,lMi'd,o,;i��nuo, -���   ������  '������-   ���-  ��� In 111(17 llm'Depiirtinpiil of A|(r|ciilliirn  puhlliihinl a f'unailinn I'lnnl llnrdliiptm  y,mw Map-whh'h js'iivnllnblo. ficu up ru*  [punA mini Infiiiinalion l)ivln|ou, j)(,pt,  A|(i'|ciilturo, OIIiiwii, Onl.'li illvldiiii (Inn.  I|(li| h|ln Inn luirillni--,,, /(mnn riinidii/i  liom (I lo I),  /.ono (l Im iho 'i.'m'n! congcnlnr and |()  lhn -imiilliiHl In iiroii, l| I'oiilalnii ghniUir  Vklnrlii,'m-iiut of ihc'Clulf ImIiiiuIk and  llio, MiiiimIiIpii CuiimI Iioiii HhIhu'Ih (!n,ii|t  In llnll'mo'iin Mny, Hlnm Vh'torln In plm  i|uird by almdifi, ciinnliini .win.dii from Hip  Wafer PiUmp  By Homelife. Hi-Pressure Pump  ylfU a capacity of 4(200 gals,  per hour. Perfect for fire protection in remote a/eas, Strong 2  cycle /nator, gasoline driven,  Many usies around the/cottage or  the home.  Only  CHAIN  SAWS  BOOM AUGEI1S  .QUTBOARDS  SECHELT CHAII  SAW CINIiLID.  Cowrlo Si,        Phono 885-9620  In his day n man cllmbod with rope pnd raw oouraqe.  It look moro time, moro effort, but he always made it to  the top, That's lhe way It Iq with 0|d Style, We brew it  slow and ussy, the old-fashioned way. because that's  what It fakes to reach tho peak of real beer flavour.  Coma on up to Old Stylp em, You'lj never lookJjackl  / \.  ��,  'BEER"  Qlow-browod and nnturolly nflod  Th(n ndvorlliiQinont io noij-ublliilind orilit-ployad hy tho .  .Liquor Control |.ipprdQi:ljy.tlio GovernmentalI3riti"?h Columbia.-  ���!i,,JJii!'orluuutyly. for* llic JpruHuiiL 3K^'��!f Ul L.y ��itr-JMRil��*n*i��J.!^ , lj !��P*"iU.lirtKl rit;,_�� n *ULliu��ci ii I ^.IhIiuuIm -��!.���  ihcriilh, Hiilvntlon Jiiih come I'ur loo       ,',   "    ��,v��tryili��iin.   chmn,    imptwlnlly ���  romulrr liniii iionniii llvlnn, our locnl ulrip  IIh iiciIvUI-jK;' uiicHiioniiiilP in'-ihu"-'- Vt    f! Hram! ��VMy '^"rl.'-clmin .(jvurluiul.   I�� l��fl,i��fl ih��; Ii'phI (Miinhlmillpii of Hh���i,H,  1    '; i, .,,,,,     .I",' .  .in.J'h0    ��,����'<,"MriP. pi:i��1����!t wlron whr.iu Ihoy uiumI    und wmm In nil ('numb,,  r  *������ ���]  The PEMNQUuv^yiWfea.  ...,.') ',,-,'lli'!*;!-JYfAnw��Jny�� iit'f"cghou,.,!- }A���  V ��'1 ll'5>��PiHiiWno'.CoiiHi ���;...';..;  "   '     '**"-",,'   hy -  t*"c��li��Ii PenlnHiiltt'Tlino* M��J,  .   ' Iloit 310 - rfoclwltt'fl.C  DniffdaitQ, Wliffhf, Httltnr mittfiiMMttr  ^m��.-f��i^Mcript4oatv-|tiMUHM--<f n -���dviwc**,'^-���^���-  J yc��r, $.1*2Yenr$, W, 3. Year*, $|3,���  U.S, liml Pmelun, WAto  Vervlng the area from fort Mellon io Kgnpnit  (llpivfi Soiitul to IhvU Inlet,  ^TSS?  M0iumMmmttmm'm\��im\��ailify��mmi^  ���i Anotlpn- mlviiiiiiiKirlN thnt Vipiciiiivnr  Jflluud iiiitti iim ii, whulbriuik, iuul ||nwi��  Hound nnd Ml. I'llphlpNioiin dniii'tH n���. r���.  mniiilni* whirl  fiom Mouth   y/t>Hh<yly  In  ���j*r) -'���j|'%L|\'>fi,WS��--S_J' TWSfffT'f  y  **i$m��4l&  i**ii,*��^iy��y,  GIBSONS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION  IAKD TIME '.bANCE  Elphinatono Socondnry School  ^ATUflDAy, JULY 3rd  W    Musk by Pom. Wings    ir  '"'������"' ��� -        ������-, ������ ���������'' ��� ' ��� , ''"���'���   ��� ������ -���  PANCINO FrX0ry\ 9P^, TIL 1 A.M. Pf.ircthrr.cn.. Avallablo  ' ��      ' ''  Tlr.kol9 can bo oblainn.l from f*An, CorpI,KliTUcZ^  nr irom Gibsons Morbor Shop rl(,(| | (own Sound G-10-15 Store  Mmtwsb  mw  ���nmmnn0.nmmmm0>*��n*.m0*.*,Hi,H0ww*l  NVGftEN SALES  ������(IWi)   WP."  Your DAPCO PAINT  PEALER In GIDSONS  On tlm Wharf ��:Bfl<J.?303  C?iiq|||y lloiidn  nnd  iMuilntt  '  -Pnlnl,  PHUfVa@lNGI.TD,  PENINSULA  Peq'lor for  Supof Korr) Tone,  qnd Sborwln William?  Gibsons - 006-9533  0mmm0,mm���wwmwmmm$mm*mmmpmm  m*^m*^��i^*m��t,m4m**m*mmmmm***m  iorganfs:!:::r  Men's Wear  G.W.a. Work Clofijo*  Work Glare*  SJ-CHELT, $,C,  <iavwaa��wa��������.a��i.aa^aaaaa<aii|.aMaa��aa.  REMOVE WAX  BEFORE  P/VIIUTIWG  Dolnro you pnlhlor f-loln ovor, provloiisly yyqwi vviwcle'n  8iirfqcesriho Cqnqclicin.pqlnl' l*Aqr}u{Qctw&r*. Association ro-  itiIikI*- thcitqll ircicil-i of wox mini' first he removed,'A ihoroiinh  rub-down will) ii|oa| wool-followed l>y o wlpo off with mliWol.  OihI |,p;ovlc|o for j'*lehly,'of vunlllnllon, Allor .Hw wqx Is r��-:  .mov<��'.l (wliph WOlor won'l form ilroplels), yon will bo rernly to  bi'flln yoiir filqlnlii{| or jin'lnllnu iMojpcl, ,  SPRAY PAlNt BOOK COVERS  Hflrn'fi q hnnrly lip for book owimi'M fo olimlnolo rounoil  pqpor jockafs on bookd, -.piny ||,�� c���vnrs wl!|) q cool of rlnqr  Inr.nqor Vornisb, It's q f,ooi| jqWin propiJcn on qn ol/l book  unlil you qui ihn boiir, of ||, Sl'nnd Iho bonk op qnd Willi llm  r-oVfirporallol, qnd prriiooi iho pnipit* wilb .n-r|o||vor nnfv>r.  |hi fiuin io i'Kid ihp Insdrucllou un llm con Imforo yoiilmqln,  koqplprj In mind Ihul i,<wiml llfjbl cool-, nro morn offwriivo  tbon ��,>n�� lionvy roni, To provnnl llio rooilna from InilMliir- up'  nnd running, lump I ha con hi rion-,ianl motion, sfqrtini-j" fho  (.li'oko UnioytylUp builnn is piifibm) hnd flnhhlnp ll qflm' you  rolpqdu Iho builnn, I nl ihy |||iirouc)|)|y, 1-iHblo -q prolm llwi  .tiqns|jqion| covnriiifj^ ��� -   - ��� >���  ^KEEPING PAINT CAWS CLBAW  To kar-p pujn,! coos clean (or ,r��loran> ithn Canqdlqn Pnlql  Mqnufqriiif'ftr'i Aworlorion rncqmm��nds wropplno nlumlnum  foil ni-ound Ibe corr and iffltrinrjir qq-rop Of n papor pfqlu or  ,1)1(1 phi tin, Iha olMfnir|uqV�� foil qnrfplqtq will natch'oil iim  drlpplnn**, Th'-n, oil you hovn lo do \u romovo both oivi you  IviYP o c|��qn conlaJner for slorofjo.  "Times AdOriofa"  ���'.��� .pio , ;,'���,  MIGHTY MIDQETS  0t*��*m0.r,*0,n0V.*li*0Vl*uium0,r.**0,0"l*"��'  I     '  TWIN CHEEH  ' LwmEU &   BUILDING  SUPPLY  , Your  Gonornl Pnlnts  P��q|��r ,  MonnmohA-ftraatfr  . Paint**  SumMno Coo��f  Highway rtoar<  GIBSONS  rimno nnA-2000 Gibsons Elementary term \
ends with, presentations 1
TW flepipwla Time*        ', Page4P-|
Wednesday, Juno 30, *j971 '„
hAmpAY pf school pt Qibspp*- Blemep, jpdged \o have 'hMreatest  iUi(nBpiuty-. . ,„,,,,..„,,    ,      ,_.
tery teimip^d w^th % gre-it pupiher ^Phopf dismissed "ofcerJuUy .despjte the ,     PsViherrt for steadv   low-cost
of the pppjls presented awards, won. fqr ram. - '       * i     *w WBFT» «?r §j*eaayf -QW^ST, ,
outstanding work dunpg the yejp  in'a Special  entertainment  w**s   provided, :'   '      > WVerriSing,
vanety of apuvitie-i/ hy the s^iqql c^r%**!* $1 CrawK ,     * «'  '   ," *##  tiaacc ,
Foremost on the list was'the'book «P3 fl recorder bgnd ppder Mi-. Melee's i s  . .   BCfrfl*   Mllv*ZrA flflS MB4
awai d and certificate fo, g, eatest achieve- ^^ . tSgS^
ment or development1 trrschool acaderpic ^TH—  "■ i   "ivtwryv**^
urn fir -niYinnn   mmilp   »*i   iUn  TlU    *,«„,*    n«»
IIIII    I   1t». 1 ■* * ii    v I     1.    ' f
iw V**M   ,   !   Cl<3ssj|ie^ Adgfipfs riflch nearly'^
»t "roadal3iU|y.\  !,        2I??:|M eVerY Week,' ,j
-M .   „ ,,  «•. ■• , Softball champions
Not all the team wa,s in school when   left $re; Elaine G91U; Kim Crosby: -and Valma Dupuis. Also in the team
this picture■ was taken but Gibsons . Caroling P§w§Us  Lily Mandelkau; -are Dawn B^gnalt;  Tania ¥ggs:s
sottibail tournament. Pictured from- Kelly   Cryderman;   Colleen  Kuruc*- Gwenda iiavies and Teresa Wilson-
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work Vnopg pppils in the 7th year. Precepted annually by the Ladies Apxiliaiy
to Blanch 100, Royal Canadian -Legion,
Qibsons, this year's award was. increased
to thiee books which went tp ffapdy
Watsop, Lisa Kampman, and Gwenda
Havies The books arid certificates weie
piesented by Mrs F. S. VefhulstrBianch
president, assisted by Mrs. Gf "H. Lee,
a "pnemper of the executive Boolcs tlys
year were selected hpm Bntish Columbia pubbsheis lists by B.C authois as a
bpepial ackpowledgment of opi centennial year. ■   '
'""* Centennial medals provided by Qibsons Rural Centennial' Committee were
presented;by-Mrs. C Malrlman to fprty-
une. children . whose  centennial  pi-pjefcts
ft J    were adjudged outstanding  by .a ""com
mittee of -pupils assisted by Mr. (Draw
ford. An equal pumber^pf pupils received
centennial phis for their projects" a.s an
honorable mention award.
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SeB^etral Meeting, 'Monday* July §fh
'   8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall
Affiliatipft Di(iciis!*ion and Other Pertinent Topics
It'  is in Your Interest fa Attend
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The" School Crosswalk patrol   besides    fPnf-fltl^^
d-litnch of hot dogs and ppp a week ago,
presented with centennial as a "thank
yqp" from the school for diligent and
responsible service throughout the year.
The twenty-eight boys and girls in the
patrpl pprfprmed Cheir duty rain or-shine"
in a most creditable manner.
Ip sports, the championship shield
was presepted tp Red House manager
Gpljeep "Sprue?, apd to the senior captains Russell Abrams and Kelly Cryder-
map. Teacher sRonsorsj of Red House are
Mrs. Campbell apd Mrs. Dahl. Cbam-
pionsliip medals for individual champions
were presented by Rhonda Devapey,
Brian Evans, Judy White and Peggy
Swanson, and Darcy Quenlher. Fpr :out7
standing. spdrting  spirit  and   I'm-  d*-'*"!'
h)}Md participation despite physical hap?  -
1      IV     j*t\ * * if*        \i ^cap'  P^^tennial  medals  were awarded
\      \^HT AJim    --* l0"J°bn  Wilson   and  to  Darren  "Pino"
\. >j "*****    ■■',M"vl ,| Phillips. These two received an ovation
, ,  ._.     /   - ) tfWwi^'W from ihe assembly.
.. -^**r*     ^r**-»A/j.-^   WJtgfeiZim        for a note of fun, priaes in Mr.' "VTc-
/ Patro|ler6 . ' Kee's 0rl' contest were won by Michael
Situated on- a  busy  (liain b'igbway    Pictured  wUh  tlieir Principal  Mr.    received centennial crests in appre-- '-^nson and ^by Mr. Ayris. The purpose
intersection,    GibsonsV Elementary    George  Cooper and  Vice  Principal    elation for their diligent and respon- ,", em*™,n fnsirp^flt0 ^wbo could-wake .._
/School has  added res^ibility of    Mr. John Ayris'are the students who.  sible service throughout the year. Lnd ™dds and1 Sds Xhapi?)n;LBfT
providing a student highway patrol. '. '-  u b»u«,. wrcnaeis was aa-
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Achievement  Craig Rodway, on left, and Scott Rod-  way, Each year one-girl and one hoy  are chosen on the basis of achieve  ment and behaviour for the award  which Was presented some years ago  by Father Power of the Seeholt Student Residence.  '%  0   t  I  -"*  J  J*.*  '** .  *hi  TAKTNO Iho'v plaoo for the latd time on  the* Hta.t"e at Swlp-lt 1"llt>numlmy  J-U'hool, gradt) 7 students leceivod a wmm  ovationJ'rnip follow studimls during lhe  tmal assembly held op ,Tpne fMth  Colourful Indian motif murals, decorated the stage for the last gathering of  the yeiil1 attended by School Tiustoe Mr.  John Hayes who made a pn-senlaliun on  behalf df the school board to returns cus-  1'iduin Mi\~Alfred Clarke.  Vice Principal,- Mr. Vein Wishlovo  who will also be leaving Sechelt to "become principal of Madeira Pailc Elementary Scpoql, introduced tho student's  council which has bepn veiy active this  year under'the leadership ot 1th piesidept  Doi-py- Stephanson.       i  Daicv   presented   the  school   with   a  camera and ;~tj_md pm chased fiom funds  ,  raised during the year  Receiving student council crests were:  Dairy Stephanson 4v��& also wasi picsim-  ted with ihe piejndenl's pin, l")avul  Lamb, Cindy OrnlV, Kathy Oifjo, Ticvoi  Swan, Colleen Casi-y, Suhiui Suthoilai'd,  Haiibaia Jackson, Stan Manton, Donald  lhithhurn; Hiu-y Walker ,-pid Slnrli- Watson  OUTSTANDING    '  Each"year a very fine plaque presented to the school by Father PowerHs engraved' with the names of one girl and  one boy stude.pt who qualified for the.  "outstanding student" award.  .This, year tlie honour went to Dnrcy  Stephanson and tieing for. the.buy's  award were brothers Craig and Scott  Rodway, ���  The very special citizenship award  was") presented to John llimmei by Principal W. I., Held-        .  SCIENCE ClaUB f.-   '   ������ ���  The Science Club has also been very  active this year, raising funds for a trip  to Seattle which was .thoroughly enjoyed.  These .young students raised- n total of  .$435 ending_the trip with an  excess  of  . $200. Part of "tbe money Was used to buy  a very fine looking Van de Graaff generator whicb the Club presented to Science  ���teacher Mr,  Pall.- The remainder- of the-  Mnv]-]"y im(K ftdhp.. Johnson.  SPOHTS  Ml'. Tieid enngraUUated the school op  i) flpe spoils programme this year w'hh  special mention of the time put m by  coaches Mv. Gray; Mr. Wishlove nnd Mv,  Sey.monr. ,  Ml- Qiav piesented awards to iho  boys' snccei team: Bradley Joe; Robert  Joe, Kelly > Bodnarek; Samuel Casey,  David fjanib who was declared the most  valuable player- Ricky August', Stuait  Craigan, Duap-* Anderson; Trevor Swan;  Scott Rodway, Nickolas Rlonham; Ciaig  Rodway, Teny Rodway and- David Nfest-  P'an.  <   - *    ���>  Champions of the School District are  Page fi-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 30, 197?   ���__ ; it   floor hockey players: David Nestmap;'  Bradley Joe, declaied the most valuable  player, Sam Casey; Bany Johnson; Scplt  Rodway; Kelly Bodnaiek; Stnart Craigan;  ferry Rodway; Tieyor Swan; Craig'-Rnd-  way; Jiislin Jphus; Robert Joe; ^Denpis  Wynchuck and Verp Joe.  "Sottball awards, went lo: Terry Rod-  way; David Ncstman; Dennis Wynchtick;  David laiunbi Sammv- Cpsey; Kelly Bodnaiek; the most valuable player; Michael  Konhuch, Scott Rodwav; Dale Benner;  Ciaig Rodway; Wesley NewniW". Tpuanno  Andeison; Jolm Branca and Dennis  Petula  Gills Volleyball cnampmns leceivmg  awaids: Susan Divon, Cindy Qrale;  Daioy Steplianspn; Melody Kaiewell;  Sheila Betls, B'renda Jaftnes; Shelley  Rathburn; Pam Watson, Guyle Ono,  Lam a Hooker, Debbie Newman, Chui-  lauie Rudolph, Louame Nest man and  Lou Tyson  "Wfieii it comes to  keeping your money  sorted out, nothing  i beats a P.C*A,n  says   , ,  Barry  Anderson  r  \  f  ���t  %**  ,f K  >  "l j  \*- y-  *  0*  \  >  y  ��*0*0.&*M  )  ��U.  Surprise.  <i  receives the' trophy" frorh his coach  "Irion Dunsford. Kevhi was chdsen by  coaches from opposing teams fpr tjie  School Awards Day was .chosen" for   -Cpast Juvenile,Soccer.' Key in'August" "inp$ i valuable^  player   award   this  ?the surprise. p/escnt����^0|l,pfr, foe"Eojk r who played on, the-Slipp ,^y,,^m^0l^     ,,>,'}  With7 no Soccer Awards mg\ii He|hg  Jpsula Times , Trophy awarded the  lipid.this year, Sechelt ^Blemehfary-  most* valuable' "player  in  Sunshine  :���(  tWk  "K1    'AV1!"    ��j"      a  Kan*'".   KfE"}'Vt  '.  *- ' , ���    ' .: ..'..',; ' ?n'J -....'.   Awards,.  Awnrded special honours at Sechelt   mo��t valuable player In the  irioor ,       ..   .,  .rtilomuntary School'H final assembly,   Hockey team; .John Fllmmel, clligen    valuable player on the ,ioft|)all team  rending from left: firadloy Joo, tho.:^o^v.4lio.^yoar������������nwMr<lirdl')uvl(^���,I/hm^j,'���������''������',���"-���������   *    v     >  money will 'also be used in buy science "  equipment for- the school.  Awarded Science Club crests were  president Neih Clayton ' Dennis Rate-  man; John Branca; Steven Evans; Brian  Fischer; Michael Kohueh; Gedeon Lizei?;  Rene Lizee; Aleet*a McCourt; CarL-.Mont-  gomery; Michael Pearson; Dennis Petula;  Craig Rodway; Trevor Reicl; Nichplas  Simmons; Robert Well ham; Rhyl Wood  and Scott Rodway.  LIBRARY  Mrs. Redman presented crests ^o the >  Library Club. We do not have the names  at this time, but the club has been giving������{'  wonderful-service .in the school library  and also went on a field trip to Vancouver, visiting a book wholesaler apd  Vancouver Public Library. '   ,,,  )Mft ... ���      (Via  NEWf|?APER rt  Mtft-f Agpew pres6n4e4^eT'^ee-fflwafdi-���  to the Newspaper Club which produced  six issues of a sebpol newspuper dpi ing  the year, Again we were remiss in not  getting the names of these busy sliidepis  wj]Q_jvi)j!ked_.toseiheiLJsdi^ of  teacbei- aides and Mrs. Rayijei- to prodpeo  the niueh appreciated nn.wi'paper.s,  CHOIR  Tight  time si.'liodule did   not  permit  the choir to sing during lhe fin'iil'.usHp'nv-  bly; but their leochor Mjhh Kriwala pre-  fiepted eaeh member with a pip. npeeiv-  |pg   awanls   were:   Kim   Repner;  Cindy  Spinn-ier-fle'id';" Rinsnn   Siuiherlarid; Krinln '  Hooker;    Molra    Sullierlipid;    Chuilol lo  Handl;   J'anol   Clnytop;,   IVIrp'ifi    ViHHer;  ,  Tim.my   nibxhirni;   PjuU-i'''lfJviiiw; ' Hrlun  f-hlllipH; Martina /(iiirlopin; laiiclnda I'nl-  "oU|ur; Sberee Sommorl'lKliI; Dobbin NuW"  man;' Dorothy   Rathburn;  iHal'iello  Mar- ,  , . ., . ,,      .tine/.;  Dianne Chmberland;  Rreprla .lef-  most valuable isoccer, player.on in.o.r.--fr|BWt"Coi|oon qasey; Llnmarie Sfeoulni  school team;  Kelly l^odnarek,  mo-il,   Barbara Jackson; Donna Whyte;- Kathy  Olko;  Dobbin. 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Community Corner  TliJ Uoynl Bank is pleased ro supply this.spapc called  "Commpniiy  Corner"- :fpr  rise, |iy . -jervlfij .t$Ap\tr,  church  ^groups nii'l eivic-niindecr^  .u'lpj". n''!'e nt "tlv'?l 'toinjaTiynw^  you have nn ninioiirrceriieiit which ynu would like to ii|-puiir  hi ihis space, pleosse conliicl |i{irry Airileispn til 8H6t2!".V7,  Cindy  Walker;   Dr'bble   W^t;   Slmlln  OYALBAN.K*  -the helpHil bank  ��� CSMnTKmq ��� 8HA-2337  ��������*���  ;    f  "t  &  onata, i Mail ond  "^       ^  v^/  u n  [Dl��  Ir Ir  a  .The'1 opening of thistnow store adds onothor name  to the list of satisfied Norosco Poolers, Wo whh Mr,  Qarrick the host of luck in the future of  ��� , ., %  -.       '    ���     *     ���     <        '  ,, Heir hour Supplies.  OH, YOUR GRAND 'OPENING  Wo nro preud to huvo nufipliod Floctrohomo> npplfancoa to  thoi stocft of your now atoro.  �� f 0M*��0^rrA*��r0*0l*r****r**0  ��� *       .*    V  *tf   ,       Vr*0    vr?     .Or' Wednesday-jjine ao, 1971      ty p^*fitfifl|ila Ttmg.*'      Pgge B-g   For grade fiye , ;",  '-OK^-i^^l^i^*. '������'���"''gc  -,7. - ," rr.-��Wi >'-i^Nj.   v ..if*/ * .'f!,''#f-i\  '"WL-  V*^4.  1-       >".>  ,l;  "*>w.  News Notes  ins  -���^  A'-' 'JJ' > " *""���'% Pe99Y Conner  Mr. and Mrs.'"pp^i'ljUl frum, Mopsemim, ��� hpliday is Dr. Peter Mylcahreest \*#<}r��  Sasl-atchewftPiiSTP visiting thpir ne\y    joining tlie Icebreaker, jvIV Oamsell 6n a"  SldaHFlI^T Schpol-District will cppt-ribnlo    cppld he prevented by trealrpppt lh HlQ    I'tP-M-1'*- PM8tfheWeMi ��epheU. familiar tp these waters as slip serve-- as  ninTt���jiygpipe   scHopI's through dontaj assistants or hyg- s   .  .,   Ape %,Vm1PvinP  tn      "  ----...  -$Jh��4 fr-1 p wards���t It**���rlai-i  1 "\i i -      '�� -  '���T^.''���-<:*  ^ ���."';/-'   'in,,   '  ^aJA'a'  . *   ai' '/''i ;\-_u  y-AA *  �� >���.  '" ' *V \    �� l*"*<V      i*j     \>%"S"I'  4 I   '        1 , a.'   I?j i      ��. 7fci��*\   *,"( ��" *M*V.'"��� WttjhaH:  J*? ������ -vplte : ��,  i  Iry^JA^V/    \  '"    pqnding lhe program  | grandson Pfjrvep , Qry'lle Underbill, sop    throe month tour at dply, as Chip's dpctqr,  J, pf   Opj.   JindaCMV*!-   Underbill   0(-    $](i     in tjie Arctic Opean. The M.V. CamSjpll fa  H.fy.yt.V. r*ata(ihetOe.rtl- ��PPhell. familiar tp these waters as slip sorves- as  Sechelt,  TPP^^PPrneying   tp  Van--    S^'8'1*" f\f,*e W*'���*��� ����J��)f  copyer  (pr't|ip^,p|,^-pppy_entiop/were '  '  *""'��� " Lions   Tnlafnatipnal   Convention  Lei" Vegns alunp 22 to .June 21) is  attended by  Terry -apd  Dorp'tlly  and   Joe -and  ^rvella  Banner,  .'jipns who f left." dpwn. ��  all B.p. wii's'h^d;Jphp'26th at the Hotel _    TT   '      ',' r .       . ,   /_  lapdicapped    Vancouver.      -    .       r ��� Jr. Benry Wiepe, formerly with   he  lie aainnlR AH --        j   '- -Medical   Clinic  heie,  will   be w|th   thp  af S oh Idreii Dr' Bi11 ShW'1- feline mA *rt*Sh-     C1"1ic >n Gibsons for twrf weeks ip Jitfy.  \mt.va ai-nnia tpr G��llee,l pre Ifqljcjajfin^ for t>vo weelis Dr, Wiobe is ip leside'ncy ih Anesthetics,  ,��� 'ti nT Qn U1e Pe1liT"su|3 visjtipg many of tjiep- ' at St. Bpniface Hospital, Wipnippg, Mah>  lovpiciai mov-    fl.iel1C|S. Dl., <3h|ftr| nqw isi  ��� rpsidency in     toba. l  i |'l1,,M"ti*"      i����w     MiuijiHili' -��, ^ ��� ��    # ���   Commentiug on tha cost, trustee Agnes    J1 Cpmrnentmg on  the sdnatiop m lips   ~wap  Labonte presented a rabolpiio?! whjoh had    d'stvict. Supevmtenden   R, r}. ftanr,a said F  , . ..   .    stpn .  Plastic SM^ynry, in, gas'talnon, Saskatclie-  o  HESOLUTION with similar- problems theie is nothing Ihe joying a visit Irom their son Roger anc|  WHERKAS-  sei inns   denial   problems scbpul boaid can do lor them. * ll,s ^i,e Ca''��~e>l. and  inianl son Shean  .  are evident  in bdiuol. children and'asl a It   was   agreed   that   a   resolution   be J'*'�����  Lm��� V&A Itpgef and his Jamily  result of lhe cuntinuing slioitage nl  dep- drafted   lor  presentation   at   the  BCSTA W'11 1,le.n <;u''J'y m lR Biandon, Manitoba,  tal service-, in many bchool dihlricls Ihey convention seeking per capit'a  grants rn njsee lus brnthor and Wile Evan and Hose  aip ppab|e to obtain iplie|' apd such mstartces which do nul meet require-  ���   WHEREAS   many   of   thc   prohjems mepts laid down in Pphljc Schpqls Ac|.  Evans,  Here from the Queep Charlottes pn  t-^wa-jj--^^^  ?  $50 will be paid for informotiorij  leading to tire arrest qnd conviction of persons whp broke into  Hansen's Transfer at Gibsons, on  ,    the night of Jun.e 15th.  Contact   Hansen's   Transfer   at  886-2171 or Gibsons RCMP  Project Completed  Work* on Ihis twelve fool totem polo and erected it in the Residence  was started last Octohpr hy Tyrone gnmndii. A native t-f West Vancouver,  Joseph, liSlphinstone Grndb 10 stu- he is prpgenlly on '-tour wjth the color-  dent residing at the Sechelt Student ful llesidenttal Band .Winch is par-  ,ftesidence. Working in his spare lime tioipajinc in lhe Native Children's  Tyrone completed the pole last week Centennial '71 tattoo.  i.',��   3��,  w  ��� h  Pender Hbr. to*wfa.$M,%$^��'^:  awards day ceremonies. ^J&&^^  *�� iWi^ir nawnln M�� ���&*>- ^^'^^^0X^1 Z  ilm Hi'imon w lh on AwardH Day ��:��re-      lOyniU'l, .laiMlC llpri UIPU PMM!i"'�� ill1- .  ������ yP iS'K T oHday^nn%H!, Centennial emhlern .'tunidslilp to com*  -rim iwwi��io pach ban been in'owipg momoralo Centennial 71.      ,    ^_  iiiiii"  #  ti.i*i/t "���'ifcv MA  Htoudily and ihlH year lh��rw ware 'i'l  JJrownioH under tho lenilun-hlp of Brown  Owl IJov Di.yal;, Tawny Owl rlldlmi Ed-  wnrdn'i'i; rlpovyy Owl Unlcn dhrlKtliiir and  runldn J-nlrlHlia Kob|-H. /  Ki.'von will lull Inavlng bnvinn reiiribed  IjlYr, ipaKiipiMP ago rif 11 yiiiUH iindj-hli".,..  will laiivo yimaiiclim In lhn pack imxl lull.  ��� Aiiyriiin .with liirlH uf Itrpwnli- ni.'u 7-10  yc'U'H who winild II.Ho llirjpi lu Join nlio.pld  niinUii't ii|lliu|- of lhe lander-, mnnlionnd.   Hhiiriip iyi<*1"viry'"hTin TH'bira 'viiry'lViiMy  litllii Urnwpi'. HiiH yimr ror'oivlng 7 bud-  ,pun, |lrnwiil��;n (|iiii,l.l'ylng for ImiiIkch warn;'.  ,|n Anno IvurniMii (.'urrenii Brown; Dully  HIl'idnM; 'MHi^UaiTlrmii;, Wcmly Tlmiup-  hoii;  Hu-mPiio','��''hr|-t!ii��ii;   I'liirlolin   M'drl;  Aiii|(Ll!),q.wl]Hti:::;Ui'iili^iT'r|),,,1('1'' 'Co"  (InrrlHoii;  Until' lino; K��ll.v  INdi  Khduo  HlruHholn;   Cindy   'r��H;   <��� 11����r,vI   I'ui'Hir;  MirV'tfllib I'rrrl'ir; Mlclinllu 'ruiTMir; Nipwy  CaiiKiroii; April J'dwiii'dtiiiii;'H|inru|i ,M<!-  Kuy;/lull Hcuiilur; Minln ('lirlnllnii( nnd.  Kiillln I'aiPi. '  -     I  iim-i| |i> bn il rni'lll'in ���plain In "IIvy   ,  .���jind.ji-(|iil,Jiii.i.jinw,,jili.Jurpid^��'.!'��ii-iii,h'lo;,--��  dun1, I louli morn llko n/lipwl.  West':' Seclielf  Sumcoast Aores  j; '/F.aii.tci.$tiiC''.'  View Lots  From $3,250 (TermsJ  (REALTY LTD, .  MNM PiVIS'ON  Xirry, Gordon -601-0692  \V��o*<��nfl�� 085-*?3ao  '"  J'.l :".?- .-"���  I'      ----- -. ��������� I it-- ���"\\-bJ- '������  (***** Av *   J*  +A      ^��1-i. Jf       ���   ,  2-Oo-/  Prim  , 1-   ���  Valise of $45.00  \  IIIIOIINlllllllllIlllllllllllilllliiiKlllllllir  3��K* ��1  Wii    *������*�����  i U"W^ill?iJ1'/ J it  MUfl tf* */, 0,H I fi H * *0}t |��/f #' ��,  :����  Any liakor who hnonds tiro dough "\  |i-  y  ' S~7.,a^:'"'*"*"**"��'��������  Is in tlio  \ '.-���.������p.  Harbour Supplies is the name of the Peninsula's most com-1  /tj/efe electrical supply store, located at the Francis Peninsula cut-off on highway 101. Harbour Supplies is the leftist  Word in FlectrohonAe and Noresco sales and service. All ap*>  pliances , .���. Hitclten . .:, radio , V'.'IY ;'.-. household . . ��� ���  i 'i      - i ���  plumbing and electrical suppl'ios.   )  N  c/v^y  a  Sea tho newest business on tho Coast,,, ,. meet tho riuimmor r.  Bernard Gorrlch and see tbe mow lino of fine F^CTFIOHOM^  nnd NOflBSCO p/tOPUCTS. When It conws to olootrlcal sup*  piles,or to the best In electronictup ii put out and ropairs iho  . ..   name Is  Come Out  TfcijB Weekend  Bring tlie   .  Family  r  AA\  <  JkLJ.  rf  wua.7  \w~l  \_y  7Nr?N  J  0Ht��T  J  ������������ t000*.,i  **-J��-'1  ,^00j0lM  lllahwny 101 at tho F ranch Peninsula Cutoff (Now lyindofra pwli)  >     i  II ^fc���WWBltfcfc'****'  ��>IU  ...... i y   .  im* m,m0+4ti*imi.4*^*0ti+***0*v* ******* ^^i^^'  *0^JtK*ll0**^4*+tlfr��*l'***IV*^*t******i  ���% 4       *   i <S S|3iiTK,**r "     J*^-      *   j --x *   "- *'1      j' a"  5a     "**-. ���?! ��  t~a*0    .^w  ���>  jj*5iijr    -    i " j,i**Tj-l�� "���>"  ^. **"k3����5i5.SMta-^ffii*��jE*i^^ w^jrittiL'r" '���"jniK-r!: s>" ^^^'*'"w"Siw*a'*��,- -^^ "A'eit-''t^w1!"^''"*' r^f- *������ <k*y ��� \- . >.      i -v-   ���������*  'I    *_       *.���.���*���**��� *   ��� .   .    - 0  . -  I J. NTX""* ���<  �� V * V V   ��   ^r>   *** ���*���-��� ���^#*��*iir"�� **tmq*"Wm*m*'f*���**+&*^*m^^r*4'm*'^^*f, "/*IP**1^'��  Vjr  ���tf-      L,      "Si  imA  WiK  pli  ���Jh��      ,  ?-.*        i  A  ? fi? -i  J)' 4  &  I,  1'-  i 15  f  r   "*'  i*  -a*.1.  "-  /  i  .if   1  V  5,  i  ry  fl  1  ��<  *  i  *  i  I )'  Vi!  i- > 4  I  .-.       .  ���'.  i,   it-  .0*  ���/rw^* 0'��.��, ��� *����� v ���*"**.���� ��v �� ...�� v�� "* "i"* ^.-.���sJi.-s*,* -,'  .i      "  t  **  -"~V,  Page B-6       .   The Peninsula Time*),  Wednesday, June 30, 1971  i^ca*^iy^i*g|fai*wg"^ h  Ru  - ' ,   ���by Frank O'Brien*  r*  YOU sit down In a restaurant with" a person,from out of town. Slyly he-brings  the qiieptians around -to w~hat he .wants,  to know "Where can I buy some land  up here?" What follows is a long, lamenting cry of how he could have "bought  and sold this cpast for a" th'ousand dollars  tO years ago," Now be is 'tryirig to recoup  his-losses,  Land is bepig bought up from Lang-  dale to Earls Cove, around Sakmaw Lake  and in the cornmeicial areas of ���,Sechelt,  Every weekend more and more investors  flock here, like piospectois in a gold rush.  _ Sub divisions spread like oil slicks, le-  ' sorts open, mannas expand. The crowd  is" coming,'You see them rolling off the  ferry and winding their way, boat sway7  ing, driver cuising, to the promised land  of privacy, and clean water 40 foot cabin  cruiser, American flag in the wind, discovering the pew land. Wealthy refugees  from California, Ontario, Vancouver,  every where that is caught in the grip  ' of popplatiofV and pollution, They "ust  Know that the SOnsbine-Coast is thfi place  to be.  ; .The .Sunshine .Coast is known,by tra?.  veilers in San Francisco and. New York,  amidst the* tourist information of a soggy  Toronto the speculators and tpe retired  read of a part of Canada with unspoiled  lakes and calm ocean straights, towering  mountains' and clean air. And-they are  coming to take it., _.'   *,  Eventually the Peninsula will become  over, crowded, eventually'we will have an  end to all this, But it would be impossible  to stop it. It would also be criminal.  We are on the threshold of what could  be the biggest land speculation since  BarJcerville's hey day. There's gold in  themthar hills'. The gold of privacy,- the  wealth of recreation and relaxation, the  richness of an unpolluted ^environment.  We eannot spend all this gold ourselves.  We cannot even ctiooie who to sell it to.  Let's, just'hope that it will be used wisely,  Esquire magazine has a special note  to B.C: residents in the current- edition.  It states that Esquire will not be sold on  any  newstands  in  B.C.,pfj.er, grjrjtejiibef--  ments ban on liquer and tqbaccp adyei-=���.  Using, If you Want to enjoy Esquire you  will have to ,buy a subscription.  Now that trie government has decided  ���  to protect our eyes from the sight of dis-  |_gu��ting   tobacco  and  alcohol  advertising  they .have, done something previously.un---  heard of. Readers Digest will be banned,  Poor old middle of the road God^and-our-  country-Joe's-iiver   Reader's   Digest   has ')  been found  to  be  too  naughty*for  the  simple   folk   of   British   Columbia,   The  Digest will have good company, though,  T.V,  guide,   Playboy,  Argosy,  True   etc..  etc. will no longer grace our pewstands.  I wonder what they will get to "replace   .  these colorful periodicals? Of course . . .  thousands of cp^ie^s^jifj^ytiful British  Columbia, ���Wha.t/rQW^ror".pe easily led  general-publicV'��-;i?",'��^.|��,''V!"-.,'f";..-,;-;,~:: *- ���  ^y.qep^^y^r.^1 dqefh;t_' sfOP iaV tlie'  2  fc=*  It:  ���'..ii-  o'  \ a.  If     I  r-  /'lift*' ' ��� , /-  ' '1*. '.'   AA   I  ?2" Af '��� ��        '  k  Early pioneer passes leaving varied career  The opposing team was almost over  the line when this picture was taken  by.t they came back with renewed  Almost  strength to take ground from Danny  Betts,  Heather Cattanach, Cindy  Clark, Lisa English, Roddy   Clark,  ��� .* ������-j*��  RONALD Frank Whitaker, born -May f>,  1880, Bedford England, died at St.  Marv's Hospital Sechelt June 2t, 1971.  One pf the very yearly pioneers of  ���the Sechelt areii. "Ronnie" as he was  known to his rpmty friendst came to_Se-  chelt to work Mr his hrother the late  Herbert Whltakef in 1003 or '04  - In the early Seven decades he was to  live and wojlii^Jwthe Sechelt area he, was  able to see it grow from a raw frontier  logging and fishing settlement to its present day status as a tourist resort and a  progressiva village with a good future.  He always liked to talk over- old times  with .his fi lends and many an anecdote  would be recalled during the course of  an evening. There _were quite a few  firsts among his accomplishments on the  Peninsula; such as the first baseball team,  an Indian team from the leserve.  An early attempt to saw shingj.es at  Poi poise Ifjfay resulted in a large fire but  little else!  Finally in 1930 Mr. Whitaker acquired  the property at Davis Bay that was to  take mdst of his lemaining years to develop.'He was to own and operate there  a store, the old trading post and a motel  the Sea Beach, also the world champipp  of headaches in any man's book thfe  Davis_ Bay water works!  Hlsr last major undertaking  was the  to1 whom he donated tlie land upon which -  the hall sits today.  Another pf hjs pe(; organizations was  the St. Mary's Hospital Society and the  'Extended Care Unit which is now under  construction. When op the June 7 last  he was predeceased by his wife "Peggie"  he felt unable tq continue what appeaar-  ed to be an empty life and sp on June  21 he deqided it was time to rejoin he��',  ��� So another link with .the past 'is  binken; He will be sadly missed by his  son'und family, also all who knew him,  Indians blamed white men tor smallpox apd this was one pt the reasoiib given  for massacre of a road crew at Bute Inlet  in-May 10^5.  Shawn Casey, Joyce Dick, Jacquie  Dan and Wayne Tyson ih grades 3' Whitaker block which he built on the  'and 4 Tug-0-War      ���      ��� waterfront at Davis Bay-about five years  1  V'*f  .***'"  '>���  *      i  i ' ' i*-*��  f ' ,'       vJ"       J  1  L        ' -^   ��� V y %"J    >   ";-vj  ^A^AfA^ ��� ��A;yA  hi f 1        '��� ' * .    /   ii'l i     "    '  ago.  The last few years, were, spent in a  -quiet  retirement   at  bis  home   on   Bay  Road. ; ���- [  ��� .    Always, a firm believer in deeds rather551"  "than Words he was a staunphrsnpportpr  of the Wilson Crgek Community Centre;  By Appoinftment Only  Phone 883-2S02  R0MCO6OR RA^CH  GARDEN BAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  /  /  /  v  ii  /  I  /"a  A  \<  c  // 'Vj"-  "-v  '.)  'r-  14 more units...  Senior Citizen's Homes  $124,000 ��� extension soon  -  aS-l J     ,   r\V '<,)      . -I    ... >-��� L.J   -- 'a     ,..     * r ���    ,,i.  "MJEISITJEIT^  riP '* u  political "jjfpdtbdU vbf advertising.   R,   W.  McDonald, B.Ci movie "censor also gets a  big   raspberry "for  performance.   At   the  local  theatre  two  recent  movies with  a  B.C.  censor  trademark,  One;  ''Pieces of  Dreams'" was labelled-"Catholics may be  insulted,"    (bow    nice   that   the    censor  doesn't slop at the naval in Ins job. Now  reJigUm  is , also fair game),  The second  show--.'.'There was a, crooked man"  was'*;  ���i-atod'R (reslriclgd) in the United States, '  And-for a good reason. It's one 6f those  shows that gives a 00 minute lesson in  brutality, The B.C. censor rated  it QP,  for general public,    ' ' '  A  few  months  ago the movie  "Joe"  played in B,C. In this" movie nine people  are brutally murdered, The U,C, cepsor  ,  warning? "hoiuo scenes..of so.x and pi'iich'  swearing," , .  ,   So now,' yoii son boys and girls, killing"  ,  -Is p,K,, beatings tthd lorfuriuira fiin nnd  oxcltlng,  Milking   love  In dirty,   Religion'  is   a   diillcnio  subjoiil,   Somehow, '.-ionni-'  Where, I nin't help I'wiling lhat thcr ll,C,  (���Mnspr'should be citPsorod, '  ,, I'vtt dirpldod to get a put Ovular, Alice  a wiMjkand ul picking nnd cmllng Ihiiiin  I'lnrct! Illlln iiiilmnln (don'i-lul anyone loll  you up oyster Isn't'dailgurous, J have llm  ,  ricitr/H to prove |l!) J have come to llio cou-  oIuhIpu  Ihal an pvHlnr will be n, pnrftxeX  , cumpuhlop, I will'cull him Orvilla, lln/  will be a quiel, and nn li'iUiruHtlng pel,'  Jf'nnyonn .(uai nii'y tricks thai oyMtorn lenrii  niislly drop um.n Hue, I'lp-miro llmm ihum|'  *   ho iinollmr oyslui- lover,mil llierw, Miiybn"  w�� could-all gel. (ogolhhr and ,hi.vo"'lhu"  poln oyer lor.dhiimr,  Not Quite  Not quite strong enough to hold  down the. opposing side, but then the  wind was against them! Grades 1 and  SLIind 'the rope a tough haul in the  tog-of-war, From left: Cheryl Oike,  Kim Bryson, Patty Hall, Rebecca  Edmunds, Julie kelson, Michael Hifr  momer  of Captain Sam Dawe when tlfeyjmet foi"  the annual general meeting of'the Society  al St.  Hilda's Church Hall pn June 21.  ,   President,   Canqn   Alan "^rephGn told  members that after tmmy months of waiting, the Society had now received approval and a grant of up to $ltfj,000 from the  B,C. Government for its extension plans,  The chiqf responsiblity of the Board in  the  year ahead,' he paid, w��ujd  be t|ie  construction of M single units at Greene  Court at an estimated cost of $124,000.  .On behalf of the memhei-s, Canon  Greene ej-pvessed thanks to the Board  of Directors and tlieir various sub-committees iind particularly to l|ie Sucre;  tfiry, Mrs, Mary Thikiey, the Troasuror','  Mr, Ben firth and lo Mr; Louis Hanseif,  Coast Lions' Club had. accepted financial  responsibility _fpr_ Cablevision connections  to all the cottages. Gracious and friepdly  service performed by groups such as tlie  Sechelt Girl Guides had done much to  make the tenants feel they were a very  real part of the Sechelt community.  During the past year, said Canon  Greene, death , had claimed ope ,of the  Dlroctor-s of the Society, Ml'"', Olive McGregor and two tenants, Mrs, Pva Dubois  and Mr. Frank pail,-   '  Canon Greene, Mrs. .Sam Dawe, and  Mr, L. P, Hanson were rereleeted as Dlrec-,  ..tors, each for a 3-year term, The Society  will.also have i( P'ew Director, Mrs,-Mario  Firth, also for a .'l-yenr term.  $$f,W-'U4? "&r.K 'Llrry F-age and Clifford Mar^  and>-thpo-Ladies ���^%y.-.^"^^-^-^.M^..���,.-.-..:,<���:.,,,- *,<���������.,���.. ���.-.��������� ���, ���������-..,  The  gunshipe     l'"-  ?B  Chairnuin of the 1 louse and Maintenance 'This -week, the Hoard will-meet will)  Commitl.ee, fpr the devpted tiervici-s they ��� tbo ip-(!h\toet, Mr. ,1, Carlberg of 'Carl-  had given, Hli paid tribute) .in" vilrloim liorg J'nckHOn I'lirlners, to finalise a few  local orgapisatlnps which fallhfully sup- details of the, planned extension, Tenders  porliid the work of llni Society. nrt.�� expecmd lo be culled for In the near  During tjai pasl. yaur, genuroiiri d'opa-     fijlure.  mm  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  *  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  hiARKEL  Electric Heal  Wharf road, sec^  Phono 885-2062  *j  t ��-**?>*' * ,^^;\^'^   ���># \yt A%'^if^  $"\A  [Andthere^tw  . Summar lagan Summer ate. V \]  Buy bpth m Oiic^ Six of epqIV ]  new' '  summer;,  ��pair pack/  You 11 like iho  A i '     * i  v 1 r    rt. v   v>, V vs Ml"    -iv f i > f i *,   s, i-JvssH  Tills adyortlserriont Is not piilillshod or displayed hy tho Liquor Control,  Board or ��by itije Government of British Columbia.  fflMfailttW  HELP WANTED  Troi-rujror~Mnnn{jor  FOR CREDIT UNION OFFICE  ���linnklho*onC*Jorilt��llnlt)n"'tfX|W'  lo'icti ot---ionlh.il.,  Wrilo Box 6723  c-o Peninsula Tlmon  Box 310, Socholf, B.C.  Tjira  nils  III1I1U11  SEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  '��� doalor for;  ZENITH  "    FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL -PHILIPS  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  +.���$.4,1     ���,.00  FURNITURE  r/r. flfi6-2i2flO Gif-sonu, P,C.  mmm.mm\\mmm*  To commemora'to Iho visit of Quoen Ellzflboih il lo British  Columbia In May, 1971, during tho.Centennla! polebratlojis,  7  the Government of the Province has established the Queen  'Eliz^&dth "British "C-b.l'uriii'pBlta ;.Cehlehnlar ;8QH6l'arshlp-.ihM,,>;'.  perpetuity.  The purpose of this scholarship is to enable selected  British Cblumblans who hnve graduated from one of the  three public universities of the Province to take further  studies at approved universities (or equivalent Institutions *.  of higher learning) In the United Kingdom. ;        ���:'.:..  '���.*,,,     i " ��� ,.     ���'    .   - -     ��� f   '  ELIQIBIUITV AND TENARIUTY. ,.,���".  Thn ncholnrtililp will ho, iiwnrdofl nnoh your on n r^inptillllvo.hnBlfl  \lo.nj|rjif|Mn!.'L0l.?JiIlOil^l.MJ!l!iL  ColuinBin, or Tii<nihlvartliy oi Vioiorin: !, '     ., .���  1r n), who'"'* final' Ihroo yonm ol nonrlomlo omirBou lundlnn to'hln or  li��r llr^t .uiicloKirnclLinto doy'rao woro all  tiiKon' In PrUluli  i,   QolutnbJa; ',     '    ' , '    ' (      '  [���.) wiioi.0,ordinary prlvnio -flomlnllo, homo, or roalfionoo Ib, In tho '  opinion ol tlio.finiooilnn Cominlltno, In I3i|ll��h Coluiiihla;  0)i Who |fi,a Canadian olll/oiij   .   <  rl) who |f? not moro than An. yonrs of ngo hy pocumhor 31 Pf Iho  ���   yorir In which jio oompotoo,     -���    , ���   ', ��� '    '  ,***. Tlio^joliola-rnhln may h'o uiinrJ'oiily for fa|l*llnia ntady In a lull '  pioqraninio oI-iwIVhIIob hi an approved unlvaiflhy .(or oqMlvalont  1   ��� inoiiuitionof hiphnrinarninfDlnihounitndKinndom, ' ,._   1 \ .i     i >��������� 11** i  ,...i. ......I..  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A  �� M^A *.* #   *. *  *S.4   t  ��� i *-*��** 0*  '  -,���/���   0m 0 + 1 + Jf . 0, mi h  <   MMritttfl   '��  ���.*  *'*��*'���*    0 "-#��^* *>  i ,   i      :>���<, r i     fi 0 't..\*i rfc i* i\ a m i ^ ������ / *- ��� "*���  Ifi^lijHHl1- i* �� --VU *~0i i *���   ���   *l������ '    ***.l*0-f   0��0r'   ���������*������  * ��� I. Ml ��� t *. t  *���*> *  f-��   /  ��> A f ���*) /"���   C i  A>     J*Sr,    J     ^     , Si  A-*'  *'-   -N  .y^,V^,'^^au.u.''^  5^tW'?-WKft  T��,sS7.."'.  Wednesday, J^e 3Q, 1971 The Peninsula Times Page B-*  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  IT TS nfti'n snid thai youth likes to live  clnwjei ou-sly, but iliiuni' the gales of .  l<is( Tlunhflfiv, nl Ic-iM t\vo of our it-thm  scimrv eiti.'Ons showed the ->a-ne tendency.  One pi them-wn*. V\\U Leucine who is  walking -with ��" limp aflei an art veutui <?  with the boat "Afrieun Queen'' and con-  griiiulatinit himself that Uuni'Sh his hoat  is lost, he sulfeied nothing }ypi*>q than  nn ui|uiy to Ins. leg  Mi Lout hie had put .his boat in the  watei tlie day betoie It was! an old ellri-  ker-built boat, 14 It long With a I^TTggs  and Rliatlon inboaul When he came  home liom a shopping expedition on  T|liirsdE|y morning, the boat was still bo-  /.lahig merrily, on the fairly rough water,  |Hlt when pexf he looked out, it has dis*  .appeared.. '��� �� .-..',-"'.  flurrying down In the beach, he found  , the boat hud drifted-westward and though  jtl'Was still afloat, it was perilously close  ���tp the ro.ck bluffs of the iaocanvio beach.  J-fe managed to- get a line on it and struggled to hold it against a rising tide and  ever hu-reasiilg wind and current.  .-.--.. Mrs. tieuchte, anxious for his --safety  Urged him towaitjipj/ Help, bul realising  t'h.'<l none (if his neighbours could he ex-  . peeled to" put a boat ont insuch a s4a, he  held on. At the end of.three houis, he  -tspnld' hdld the Queer! no longer and it  swung around, smashing.against his leg.  The next wave hurled it against the rocks,  caving in first one side and then the other-  Mlitil eventually it drifted out to sea, a  flattened heap" of lumber, Mf. Leauelite  regret led chiefly the loss of fliii, engine.  When InsLjaH-iui-a^i^eading-for-^Wel���  ��� come Pass. By this .time, Mr. Leuchte  found himself in a 'precarious position,  wedged between a steep'rock apd the sea  Which completely  cut him ojf from 'the  , a'esl of the beach. lie was standing on- a  small ledge, of rock and the tide was  coming in fast, but in spile of his danger-  he reports that he fell serene and' confident that help woiikUxioiwe. Come it did,  ���by Mary Tinldey  ip the welcome foim of Joe^ "Qj^opghe,  arnied with u long jope. He fastened pno  end ��l the tope to a tiee at the top of Ipe  bluff and let it down to Mr. ��>PW|\'o wi10  tied it aiotuid his waist antl \ypa 'hquler*.  up by his strong young neighbour  Meanwhile, stipggling w,ith the same'  violent gale( bj.it Nacioss the'-hay at IMol  Rock was' Alex Ellis and his guest, Art  Iter i of White Rock who had lopkec) I'or-  waid to a pleasant fishing tup, The gaje(  whipped up while they weie having their'  lunch in a sheltered cove apd when they*  left the cove to head acioss to i"edrnclfst  they foupd themselves negotiating six;  foot waves and hucking the Wind. Mi'.  Ellis i"nana'"ec* to turn'the boat-round and'  returned to" the- cove. *f|e then decided to1  tiy��going.around Thorn)anby Island which  would at least give them the advantage ot*  a following wipd. Mr- Kerr didn't consider  this route much of an improvement bnj  they persisted despite the rough seal Neaj  Welcome Pass they again took shelter  while they filled their gas tank for* ���t!"f  "run across the bay, where .they w'ei'is"  again bucking the wind-  Both Mr. Leuchte and M"^. Ullis, fire.  such valuable men to this eoitiini'pity  that we hope they will play it i^pre safeiy  in future.  ill  ��4  Sechelr Legion Branch 140  Legion Hall, Sechell  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  atJSi, **a1"*i""CT'jJ"Wffl*^ "- IT' nfWiar .LamaU., ^-UJJk^J^  HE  HERE ANR THERE  Thursday also proved ap uncpinfntv  tably wet^day "for Bicky Wejr apd .his'  friend Wayne Perry who had been visit*"  ing Ricky's grandmother, Mrs. "ctubyj  Wayne and chose Thursday to cycle home;  -Ja Vancouver. By.the time they reached:  Langdale they were we't to the skin and;  had to change info dry clothes op the;,  ferry.  The annual  general  meetipg of  the;  owners! of Kedrooft's Waterworks District."  wfll beheld ori Saturday, July 3rd at 12,\  noon at the Dennis Hunt residence.  Canon   and   Mrs*  Alan Greene*were'  guests at a cocktail party last Friday 1.(��  celebrate .the   opening   of  the  Sunsl|ine-  HoleiV---- "���     '���   '  ��� Tag   Nygard's   guests   last   week-end.  were his grandson  Vernon  James,  with  his parents"Judy and Darrell Zimmerman,  all from Corjuitlam.  . Last .week,  Tag , welcpnied ..hisl firr"t;  granddaughter",  Donna Mariene,  horn  tp  Eureka was the scene of a Bridge reunion last Saturday, when, eight ladies  from New Westminster were entertained  at the Bill Fraser home. They, were the  .ladies pf a..group with which Mrs. jFrper  played for 35 years before she and her  -husband retired to the Sunshine Coast  three years ago.  . On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Fraser were  in Vancouver to celelSrate the sixth birthday of their grandson, Brian Reid which  they did with" a visit to Disney on Parade  at the Pacific Coliseum Brian recently  broke both arms in a fall from tlie playground equipment at his kindergarten.  tment of Mines  in dark over gravel  W?nWI ' Construction- Aggregates -might  have completed negotiations with the  Department of. Laftds i-egardihg a- pyo-  poi-ed gravel operation at Selma Park, it  Wpuld seep-*.' lhe*Bf"P.t- of Mine��;gnd P*"<T0-  leuiiif," Resources has no ktigwlepfgerpj-'-'aPy  plans by. the Cpnipa'ny- '  Sechejt apd iiislrict .Cliapiber pf Q.prn-  piefce ��� recently wrote   the' Departpient,  Seeking  information  regarding" tlie  proposed   pr(TJegtT; in   light,   of   iittlf-.detpil*  from  the-Company.  Last \yeek' the Ghaifiher received a  reply from \V. R. Mpntgpnw>'.v, inspector  of  ^"tities:r-l"iec]am^ he  stated:  ;��� Your letter of June J),. 1*171' re Con-  istruptipivAggregates Ltd- proposed gravel  plpnl ip the {Sechplf area has beep referred to tlie undersigned for'reply.  The iDepartjhent of Mines and Petro-  leiuir Resourc.es does not have any iiir  formation, plans,, or other data on' fi|e  pn this proposed operation. .  ..:.i, ,Efefpre:commencing,preparatory work  for production J'l-nm a surface mine, the  "B"OT"*"iTeT,-iigBTif ~^  Auxiltqry al  lhe Animal  Luncheon    v*oted \yDrkers \vho besides raising    enioye'rl ^lphg "\vijh ;the sauerkraut  mado everyone "who altendpd very    funds I'or fhe Hospital add a little    apd "Plher, 'dplicacie**.  the Minister a reclamation report. This  report h��s hot been received from Construction Aggregates. Upon receipt of fhe  report, notice of Ihe'filing of the report  with, the MiniSlCiv will be, published in the-  B.C. Gazette, and in the local Sephelt  newspaper. Siihseqiiept to the publication Of the-notice of filing of Ihe report,  ^ypu may obtain a copy of the report,  and may, if yoii; ciaus!^ make representation  to Uio Mmistei within Unity days of lhe  date of ihe publication ol  Ihe  notice  Dictionary published 'Take my word  for it!"  p This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Ljquor Cqntroi Board or r^y Hie ppvernnient pf Prilish Cp!umbi|.  t  y ���*"r**'**''****'T ���*"**" **i-"r-**i'***~'irnnftnnnnnn  X  'm  '���  GET MOtrlE OUT OF  MFE  THIS WEEBC^ND  There Was @/Crooked Man  Starring: Kirk Douglas, Hefiry Fanda   Hume Cronyn and Burgess  ADULT Meredith'  - APULT  THURSDAY, PRrDAY, SATUIIPAY and SUNDAY  July -, 1, *., and 4 at 8 p.m.  r:;lJ: TWIOGI-  Across from the Sunnycrest Plaia^ Gibsons  Phono 8Q5-2Q27  "aWMVWMWIaniVWtWVMWWWVMWlWWtMWItMlWIMWM^  WwawwHawi wmwiaiiMM ������,���� "~--r-r-inrTnn7initTirironnnniniin��iiinripmnnn(iii��iinnn��inn��in����nniin��i��MiniiwMiir  I - * ,  i,,t-i   i.iuHii'i  r<(ii, T"i'**T'*,^'l"**'"i" !?(fj?"fi  '    I t  n    ' I-   .   iii'iin I j i, I  , |,i  m_ a.a.ii i( i ,j,\,,x (.in  He'-ia-:,  A" Varieties  %  7Vi oz, pica,,  & *ins e  fpr  " WE AR^ OPEN EVERY NIQHT 'Tit 10;00 P,M.  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Robert FonStfe'- is the  priest, laiAuren Hutton is the -\yoman, A  controversial, "exciting movie that everyone' should see,      ��� '      J A  Blazing in nest is Kirk Douglas and  Henry* Fonda" in "There was $ GropHed  Man", Fast paced western excitement  With.all the guns, gore and fine acting  that has made a crooked man into one  of the heller \vestern_s ever filmed? If you  like your action' fast, if ( Kirk' Douglas,  Henry Fonda, Warren Oates and Burgess  Meredith are your idea of a fine cast then  catch a crookec} man at tho Twilight  Theatre, It jstarts Thursday.  Double your pleasure, double your fun  with twq great movies rolled into One.  "Pussy Cat, Pusy Cat,.I Love You" and  "One More Time" with Sammy Davis Jr.  and Peter Lawford are the two movies  playing back to back starting Monday,  July 5, Both films are hilarious and fine  movie fare for the whole family. See  yon there.  Halfmoon Bay Aux.  recess until Fall meet  DURING a week when the weather was  spj unpredictable  that  many  planned  functions had to abandoned, members of  the Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St. Mary's  - Hospital chose the perfect summer -even-  ' ing of June 21st fqr a smorgasbord supper.  They also chose one of the loveliest spots  pp our picturesque stretch  of coast  for  'the. event,'  Supper was served in the attractive  and.spacious porch of the Ed. Cook home  at Eureka where they could enjoy their  supper looking out over* the smiling  waters of the Gulf to the mountains of  Vancouver Island.  Each member arrived with armfuls  of good things to eat and by yhe time  . the last member had arrived, the long  table-was laden with cold cuts, chili,  salads of all kinds, hot rolls and pickles.  Nobody was hungry after the first course,  but nevertheless, plates of delicious  astrawilaerry.shortcake, disappeared, as  by  Pago B-<8  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, Juno 30", 1971  ��* ���  Home;to Pacific island  foUbwittg Ideal wedding  Division 1?; (Joanne Jorgensen 2,0," Jimi  JYfontgoin'-i'y 2.0,-^ynn Ojke 3.0,'Eileen.  Sjijjis s:07Elip Vedoy 2.0, Debbie WtUis  magic,  ag^i2n4ed-v^'��-a-4rfiert-^-i^->-^-trhi  ness  meeting  to  wind   up   the. winter's     in Powell River. David Peddie oi* Powell  activities and the" members will now" Lake     River caught the garter,  a well-earned recess until the Fall. '    For travelling the bride wore a sun-  MARJIJED on Saturday June 10Ui in Stj  ������ Hilda's Church Sechelt, WUUam" and  Linda Snyder \vlU spend the first year  of their marriage on Midway Island  ip the Pacific Ocean. They will be leaving*  at the epd of August for the-Island where  the groom will spend his last year of duty  With the United States Navy, where he  is an engineer attached to U.S.S. Mobile  put oi San Diego. >   ,  The double ring ceremony took place  at 1 p m.v in St. Hilda's Church decorated  with fragrant roses, the bride's favourite  flower picked from her Aunt's garden 'in  Esquimau and floweis grown in local  guldens,  The brjde, Linda Rose Silvey is the  only daughter of Malcolm and Olga Silvey ol Egmont and the groom, William  Oliver Snyder, is the eldest son of Mr.  and Mrs Dale Snyder ot Uortage, Indiana,  Rev. Dennis Popple ofhoated at the  ceremony where the bade way given in  marriage by her father, The very lovely  wedding gown was made by the bride  in ijjmpii-e styie, full length" "with lace  bodice'over peau de'soie and lace sleeves,  and she carried a spray of yellow and  pink roses. '   ��� ,.  Attending tjie bride were her sister-  in-law Mrs. Beverly Silvey wearing a  pink sheath of peau de sole and carrying a matching bouquet of roses. The  bride's niece, five-year-old Annette Silvey wore a yellow princess style gown  of peau de soie with matching bouquet  of roses.v  ... Best man was Angus Silvey, youngest  brother of the bride. Larry Silvey, the  bride's twin brother was usher.  Reception was  held in Egmont  Com-'  mirnity Hall, decorated with yellow ��ind  pink roses for tlie occasion. Uncle of the  bride Mr. Thomas Peddie of Powell River  proposed the toast to the bride.  The beautifully decorated three tier  wedding cake was made by Mrs. Pat Ness.  Leah Silvey was in charge of the wedding  book and Douglas Silvey, the, bride's  older blot her served refreshments.  -  ^ The,.bride   chose,,.not  to  .throw   her  bou q ciet,>"lh^eld^r^ll ,be p"trG_edbeside^  " -'"fBT paternal grandparents  shine yellow sleeveless shift. dress with  yellow shoes, yellow rose i corsage and  beige accessories.  Out of town guests included Mr. ipid  Mis. Thomas Peddie of Powell River; Mr.  and Mrs. Wilhaom Biowne-Cave, Victoria and Mr"> and Mrs. Jock Peddie of  Vancouver, B C.  Poet's Corner  Wflyjnnn/junm  ��� , ���Your laiitiihutionitire invited  .THE SONG OF THE WIND  by  Basil  Smyth   "  I stand upon the hilltop, all alone,  the wind is sighing,  The scented wind is sighing from the East,  Fiqm giaceful rmnaiette, I can. heai  the old pi lest crying,  I can hear tlie many footsteps as the  penpleleave tlieir buying,  For they hear the call to prayer they  leave  the feast.  High up on the cliff side, where the black  rocks fill  the skyline  Furious  is the wind fiom the  ice fields  of the.North, "-'  I can see the furry Eskimo, his igloo  whitely rountled,  lean see him huddled closely round his  little fish.oil  he'arth.  I lie am6ng tlie. heather, the soft  warm  wind   is  sighing,  A sad sweet song of long ago, is singing.  from the South,  I can see a dusky  maiden,  aswaying  , _ to. ihe music  To a Negro with a banjo, there's red rose  in   her  niuuth.  On the West wind is a salt wind and the  fishers coloured   sails  are flowers on a sea  of  asure  blue  There's a clip and drip of paddles, and  the   bias  of   parting   waters  As the native comes showin i.n_  an old dugout canoe.  Elpmnston$ School11970-71 honor roll  E^PHi^SfoN/E;,*[\ S-ftpfrjai-y * %*4q\\0o\���  Honour i\a\\ lp7Q-71'fQiv'theyecQi-^'TseTnes-  ter ��� second-term, includes:���* -   .  Division I: Sleyen Lee 2,3, , ^  Division 2: Rick GU*h 2,G.  Division* 4: Margaret, Gory a.t), Pinny  i?ii'  Als-igur 2,8, Shealwn Benijie 2,8, Kfithy  DeKleer *".8. Lyg'e Martina 2,8, Wendy  Guerney - 2.7, Mary Muehlenkamp 3,7,  David Bulger 2.5, Shirley Hoehne 2."i,  Roland Verbis 3.5. ', ���    ,  Division 6: Ciana1 W^t-jop 2.3i ,        \t  Division 11: Cheryl Gpelph 3-0, EJepnav'  Swan 3.0' Debva Baba 2.7, Joan B|omgrpn' ���'  2.7 Heather fl-in-isdn 2.7,' Pomponia Mur-   '  ���tinez   2.7,   Wendy   Alltuitt   2-3, .Susanne  Jorgenson 2.3, kisa Pedrini 2.3, Bill Sneddon 2.3.  JJmi&ion 13: Rosemary Hoefsloot 2^,  Leslie Dixon. 2.7, f{andy Kampman 2-3,  Betty Topham 2-3.  Division H; Cindi Pei-c|en*c*st 2.3.  Division  18: Dean Goddaid 3.0,. Kim  Gregory   2.7,   Laurie  Kohuch  2 7,   Cindy **  Kurucas ' 2 7,   Kerry   Mahlman   2.7   Qlen  Beaudiy 2.3, Debbie Hill 2.3.  Division IQ: Frank Havies 2 3, Kathy'  Mai ci oft 2.3, Patty  Wing 2.3, Joke Zui-  deniu 2.3  v  Elphinstone Secondary School Honourable Mention 1970-71. ���  Division 1: Frances Finlayson 2.0, Joan  Gory 2.0.  Division  2: Lloyd  Barnes 2.0, James  Gibson 2.0.  Division. 3:    Charlene   Berdahl   2.0,  Wendy Dbwdall 2.0,  Division 4: Corinne Parker 2.0.  Division 8: Theresa Labonte 2.0, Janice -  Mullen 2.0, Elaine Stevens 2.0."  Divisipn 12: Ellen Lehman 2.0.  '2.0, igi^^uifi^ p.o.'�� .'��� '   ' .'. V,  ' Division H): Kin) Cousins 2.0, V/iukye  Wi\\nly  2.0, a Jean  McJIeffey  a.Q,��'IiwfiH  Wolverton 2.a.       '.    '���:--.'* A  y Division :^Q; MwUn Swan 2.0, , ' ; "  division '23: Selwyn QqUoql 2,()_. ';>  Husband,   going   over   bills,   to   wife:  "That loud fluid you just  heard  was  us  "dropping    from    lower    middle   class   to  upper lower olass!"  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