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The Peninsula Times Jun 16, 1971

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 Ir^1  Delayed repairs,,.        ���   ���    ~"    ..  ' * /���  Council expresses concern  following liydyo Black-out  '|1.YDI10 failipo lasting more than Uin  hour in the Qibsons ares; when a tree"  fell across a line at fteid fto-ad recently,  drew criticism from Coimei! of Pibsoiis"  at its last regular meeting June {itii. ','  Aldeiman Ken Crosby' said a "ltwmber  pf people h"ve expressed -j'mazei^enl'-it,  _t'ie -Jjrne -U- tp0it-i3,0^|"Iy.di'Q:-t;j>: get^-ame?;  one alppg, to qajry put the "repairs", :fjff*s.  explained that it tpctk nn more than fiV-:  teen "minute's to Im ,fne damsge but {in,  bpLir, ��i' !"0i before a-map on the ,.ip|-.  Ip the c��se of the. local theatre the mm-  agep .was forced, to ��� abator-, tile shbw  and return cuf-tomers' money.  Aftministratpr Gave Johnston reported  that when tjie power railufeOoecurred lie  Waited a short time before attempting tp  locate Hydro by phoning #lhe two  local  . emergency numbers. Getting "no response  Ire phoned the Zenith number and was  inforiTied lhat a crew was understood to  'be pn the way. An hour later the lights  went to "therefore, he explained, the  Ifydro must have'known of the trouble  from the start".  Aid. Gi-oby-asked "is there nothing  we can dp ahoul improving things down  ithjs end'' Certainly they seem very unconcerned". Mayor Wally Peterson ag-  -reecl and commented "everyone was there  but the Hydro."  Aid. "Crosby added that right now the  service  is  very. p,oor   "it  seems   strange,  that, a small tree can fall on a line apd  keep  power  off for  aim"''!   one   and'a  half  hours," he said.  It   was rnoved  a   letter  of complaint "  be forwarded the B.C. Hydro Authority.  AIRPORT V"      ���     '������-  The Airport Committee representor  live reported that there seems In,be some  difficulty in gelling -together with the  Sechelt Council representatives. A 'meeting had been called at ihe municipal  hall but. only the Gibsons members turn- ���  ed - up. Aid. Crdsby expressed the view  that "something sfiould be done for the  present situation is not very satisfactory".  Mayor Peterson suggested Mayor  Swain, be asked tq ensui-e_tliat someone  ���kdtetr-the-troulile lo attend a^irieeting.  MUTUAL  AID-    ���  Aid. Gerry Dixon, Fire Department,  said a meeting had been-"held~lretwBBTi"  chiefs of -the various fire .departments  on the Sunshine Coast, piscussipn^centeredupon mutual aid in which other  departments 'would Ijelp out neighboring  areas in the event of bad.fires etc.  Aid. Dixon said that although he-personally does,not support such a - scherri'"  the firemen seem to favour jt "I am ti.pt  too happy about it but they suggested we  draw up an agreeptenl to he signed by  .all participants."      "'  FIRE PERMITS  Letter from Mr. A. S. Trueman complained lhat he had applied in the, usual  yjpy Mir a fire, permit in order to bn'd  ^^^crj'LiLcanipflrefcJIe-hfldrbBon^-ofiiseci-pfld;  iriinttwd lliiil hmp)1 perjiiiis orb now nn|y  isHUPfl for spopjHc pccusjpns. tip sa'd ho'  cniibidered this tu bo an absurd situation,  Mr. .I'ohnslon fold Cpuped |i)iH pphcry  regarding fjre perm ill" lias been ebangecl  by, lhe Forestry Departpient, In the pas),  lliuro were p number"of loose ends if  ii W"h relaliyely easy to (fl-tai.ii a permit..  Now' it in iri llm hands of Council in  order''Hialgrcjulor conlrol bp exercised.  Ah to eunip fire's, "Hiese could prnve c|iiile  ha/iiirlous in  lhe diy season and  is  the  ^reason' regulations  have been' tightened  "up-1      '' ' .*'���-.  , ppunc-U" moved Mr.  Trueman  be  informed of the new policy and tha,t Cnun-  "cil stands behind it.  'i^g-cbKE.  ^.i'.^A&licj,i"iiQa liy   a local ...concern  to  . ms.f-llpsp cqke vendiiig puiclpne  pn  tin*"--  pibspp��   wharf   was   rejected  after  M'V  ��fphnst(Vh said he had beep told by the  pe.Rartment'that siich .things --re"uQl i-oiir -  ��id("red| advisable;.'.     .     ^ ���  Aid. Crosby expressed the view that  fhe pperiilors WQulcl- be fiskipg for trouble  . irj tliatH|ie "machine- wpuld end up pver  , the wb'M'f in sliort Mine.   : .'.    -  \V6at Canadian Graphic  16Q6 W.est 5tn Ave,,  Vancpiiver 9. B.C,  Industt-iea l>tdfV_  Jf\4 Clfl-is M,pH'  lipoistrqtiqn|% \H*\  Sorvino the Sunbhlno Coqs', (Ho\vg $oppd *p Jprvis Inlcl), ipclndino Port Mellon; HppMhs Lapdipg, Crji-pptKams Landing, Gibsons. Roberts Crock,  Wilson Crook, Soltr-a- Pofk, Spchelb HqlfrnW Bay, Secret Coyc, Pendor Hart"**1*!'* Madeira Park, K|Qindale, Irvine's Landing, i*orl Coyc, Egmont  Union    i* Laboj  This Issue 14 Pages -  URGPST-CmcuUTIQN OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 8, No. 29 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE \6, 1971,  rrrj*  >J  rti  S ;, ���   * r   " /      *-  ]ti-:i* *ri! jjf &%> W  (\:a   -   hj\jpiJA -,>a>a r'l-.-'Mi/,, a\  .1  "  i  AT TfcU annual general meeting; of the-"  . ��������� Sunshine, GpgsVSenlpi'vGltb'en'i' Ilau^ ���--���- [^  ing'Society,   to  be   held  at   St,   Hilda's  'Church Hall MondayiJnne 21 at ft p.m.,  tlie direptors will have good news to re-  . port to their members and to (he senior  citizens wbo are on the^ waitintiwli'-t for  acepmmadation at Greene Court?  The Society has just receiyed approval fi'cim the British Cplumbia Qovenv  fti6.nl-for.-the construclion pf a I'urthei*  14 units at Sechelt and will receive a  giant-"/ up Ip $3f>,O<)0 towards the new  "Trrqject?   - ���  ���    - ���  Some -memberships aie .still otifslaird-  jng iind. rnay be sent to the seca-etary,  Mrs. Mary Ti'nkiey,-HI}' 1 Halfmoon Bay  B.C.. If you are nol already a- member  you can srippor'l this good work by your  membership. Bven if you are not ready  to move..,into Greene Court for a few  , years, remember the Society's slogan���  "For them now, for us wiienV" Dues are  $2 for the firs-t year .and. .$-1 subsequent  years.        ' .     . ��.  \ f-\\ k^n iw|    y\-A^7>��� \.\i/-0*i  "*������ -   >/ jk/    ��-./3k  (KM', ' i\ I'** 0.�� v -^ ��� iiytr-  *?\  k* *   "TV  J'.  %'  1  I  r  i  }  'I*.  *\lf  seeks voluntary help_  " ~^t3Tbsoirs Sea Cavalcade Commiltee  peeds "AH hands on deck" lo help wilh  preparations._l'or the. third An'miail Sea  Cavalcade. All those int.ersested in. helping are cordially invited to attend a meeting-to be held al 7.30 p.m. Thursday, June  ..17lh in'the .Gibsons Athletic 'Clubhouse  Which is at 1i.it" Municipal Beach, Gibsons.  Student   Power  More than dejjghteil anil a little overwhelmed by ihelargest single donation  received yet for tlie Hunsliine  Sclfool operated by Sechelt and District Retarded.   Children's Associa-.,  tion, building   committee chan'marT  Mr. Qeorge Turynek holds alolt the  cheque for [jjl ,000 presanted by stu?  dent-s and staff of1 Pender I-J:��pboj^i'  -Secondary SGliool-^vlio^aHidp'lted^^^  the recent Walkathon. Pictured with  tlie  very generous and  considerate  students at Pender arejmncipai Man  i-fixmipsoTri^taiTd mglirrjT MJT^l1!!?!!!"  Uomroski. Tlie donation is a wonder*  fill cqntributifjn from the people of  Pender   liarbqiir  and District who  supported    the students' \valicaihon,  and will enable the little school to  purchase  badly    needed  equipment  and books.     .  Broad outlook...  Beflexible.,*  Common sense not red tape  _aaution��-Hon.- Dan. -Campbell  HlfiHI.inH'r f^f ibic! vrMir'c- 9tndpf-j-'-rrlh>.  ities at Pender Harbour Secondary  School took place on Friday, w(ien student  council     president     Gerald   Girard  j3rcsjmj��d__ii_jihec|iiri lioji-^irilQfl    tp Mr..  George Turynek, building c d m in i 11 e e  chairman    of  the   Sechelt  and    District'  .."lietBTdod... Children's . Association-  ������  The presenta|jon took place during a  we|I conducted- and impressive Awards  Day assembly whep athletic, citizenship  'and scholastic achievements were recognized.  Fchder's students have shown tremendous spirit this year, wprking to raiae  funds for a nuinber of prpjects. Tlie donation tp the locjarbb'-pter of t|ie Ftetai'ded  Children's Association wab jajsed during  the iccent walkathon 0  In accppt-ipg Hip ciheripp, M). T-pynek  that lies its strenglh,'' sai'il i|ie ftjuepn in  her message.     , '  AWARD'S  Stcrdejits j-ej;ejved_  their  awards   fruni  teachprs and members of the community  gathered on the decorated stage, with the  /l'l.g. {)L��%BM]i\ as. a bacl^irpp...   Presentations were preceded by remarks from Mr. C. Tiernan which pointed  out areas where there is room for-, improvement in athletic endeavours.  Outstanding track awar*ls went to  Lorraine Bilcjk, Andrew. Wiggins, .pweu  Kingston apd Gordon Kammerle.  Basketball���DpIv Bathgate, Glen Harris,   Brenda  Grpsby,   Gordon  Kammer-ie.'  VnUeyball^-Liynn flap, Stewart Ha-  tely, Kim Lawicnce, Jim Cox  TBadminton,boys singles��� J i m Cok,  gulf, bipgleb���Lonaine Bjlcik; b''y*> dnu-  Homemakers Club halls  annual hQMCtr success  SECHELT Homeipajcers Club recent BftZr  aaV and. Raffle was another puis-fandr  ing  success   with   eyei'S'one   enjnying   a  happy afternppn.    r      a  ,M''s. W'l?ter Hurtnick' drew the w'h-  iiing tickels for the raffle. The bea'utiT  fijl afghan was-won by Mrs. Eliqa AugUir  of Sechelt. Chris Burhari of Hew Westminster won the crocheted table cloth and  Mr. Ben Pierre pf Seche|l won lhe child's-  Indian sweater.      Mai'garqt   Cpni'or   is   nfiw. the, ye':y  happy owner pi' the Indian Gjadle dp}!;  Mrs.  MSfiOn ....'Qook���..vy.y rl-,; yip _-.."t?i'*.fj jf J.-.;-. t^R tl;.'���-  Oilier   prj-je   wiiniers   were   Mys.   ^piin  Quarry and Mrs. L-puiso Cliristeiiseii-    ���  its  Qutl'iicd pjygiess of thp-^unshino^chnol _ bJesrdqt>m_C'"H- and  k\  NAME CriAWGE ;  '"������' Dupiirluiciil '  of  (HildlwnyH    -Iiiih 'nn-  nniiucorl   lhn rjfflclnl  cniihging 'of  Willie  HoiicI, , Uril'mrliJ Creole, lu. lianch Aviinufr,  Tlie iiiuiii! i.'hiingn wiik piihlisiriMl in lhe  "H,(!. (hi/.iilin (if '.liiiiu !lrd*|ll7l.  DEVELOPMENT  I'liiiiiell uf Glh.'iiiiiH Iiiiii wi.inli /'live |i)i|-  li��llv<r'iiji|ir��iv|i| In lypynppmlfny iipmiypii-  . linn of a (ini'ilnn Aparlni'ini prniJiM, Two  iiiiHh, mic'h nl' "I* ,ii|ini'liiic|iln urn pl'iil'  ni.'il ,on ScImmiI Muiid 'liuynni'l llm nxlnliiig,  npiiilu����-'Ht  hilllill/ig.   CVniiif-ll   rigreed   Hie  iirriilniih/iry |)liiiin wnrn viicygiiiid,    ,  CONTEST WINNERS  , Top prl/,ri wliiiin/' lu llm W'>"l'l,v Ndwh-  pupiir Hiiiiiuinr Hii|ipl'!in��nl ui'iiIuhI, yuui  Mrfi, I'Hlii'iiu Wi'iriip nf WruiHnck, Al-  hiii'ln   'Of llm I'liiiHnlutlnil wlillnii'N ii  lii'i'fiinVl'iiwii.,^!.  ii Inciil cnnlrliril, Mr, T, MnriiUn, Inn)  $1)  IllH  MpmcivAL WilisTMinMei, ���Hon- o����i  puinp1ic||, i jghl after Ids visit |o lhe  Surjicll. aiea last Salijiflay Juno 5th has  pircplaled a nicbs.ijjo )o local goveinment  leycls in which he, in effect, warns  irgainst led lape and legidity in udinin-  lhiialion ol hyljiws  He sfalosi  This pl'ficu and.. I lio Department of  Mnnicl|)tli-"Afralrs has' been rocclv'ing an'  increasing nuinber of nomiiluinls with  respect lo lhe inolhoils and prirclices do-  vplnping on local government .levels' on  (lie inutler nf various zonlii/', sulidivisiun,  Mild regulatory Jiy-laws. I lliink il proper  al this lime In niul'e a iiuhiher uf uliservn-  '.Urin'i,'',-'"���   '",    ' .'' ������' ���.   ''���'.'     '."'.'  (I) Many ratujiiiyers are hojnii luld by  niuiiii.'ipnl and regional district nfficials  (hat ||)ii liy-lnwH urn Ihu jirndlii;) nf l|u.'  Dcinarlriiei.il of lyiiinicipnl Ai'fiiii,'K,'"l shiiuld  IikIIciiUi thai ovur lhn ,yopra Hie Municipal  Act .linn Imiii) ninyiii/' in lhe rllrncliiiii of  i.'nnfcrring niii'rn iind inoro iiullinrily on  -Iniml gcivernineiil nnd'I fuiggt'sl ihlii il .\n'  Min.'lliicul ip niiiliir aulliorily on llic nno  iiiind and |linii���viiry ||ii|ivlly,prill.ii�� it fruiu  ' l|)u (li:piirlinci)lal level un lln; ullior IiiiimI.  1 lll'irclril'-i fool it Im liinuinlicinf i'i|xin locril  I'oviirniu'inl iif'flcinls In iihiIuj || i:|iiii|' Unil  llni, inillinrll.v ciiiilnrri.'il uinler lhn Miiii-  ii'lpul Acl iiiiiinni, hy iiny ��l��iilii|i nf tlm  illiirglnallrin, hu iimhI (ih ii nhliil.il <igii|i|K|  ||i,n pi'iildHlK of a riilupayun rei)) '��� pr Iniri-  glnnry,        , " "      v, '"���   ,  (II) Ah IiichiiihIiih ^iiiinlmV nf ruin-  piiyuiM uio coinpluinlng alioiil Hie Iniidn-  iliiiicy nf pniiilc infurniiillnii |?ii'ir In Din  iiilppllun i)i'.|i,y-|fiw��,t, 'I'.IiIh largely ruvulvirn  iiruuiifli (a) i!lnii'imn Hf imrfniii'lnry nd-i  lliirniiiiti lo lhe ri)<|iilri!ini!iiln I'ur I'ijjuI  iiiii|i!i',.iiiii| (h) lniiilci|imli! |iii|i|lc (!K|i|iiiiii  Hnn  |p  numml  |iiuj-uiigii<i-|('  wippilipimt  ��� I'lglily |(ij{n|lnl|ri i'i)({ir|iiiin|it),  ',[  (ll)1 CninplnlnlH iim inunuiKliiK Hint rn-  l|iil��lory  !|  (u i  >l  ���p.**  S  IK'  ��  i*  -\i  i I ti       /    'H U tf% ti  i-ir ^ *  rlpeply yopfhd Ip {aims nf ppphp piioiu  and lb**! many pf lhe ppwcis wbieji a(e  lheo|c>lically pipsenl nuclei lhe Municipal  Ac| bh��|iid oii|y be uscifi if there is a  ileal cut public undcit,!ai>duig thai <i  prolilem uMbls winch ci|ii only |ie ic-  solvcd. by regulation. I think - ;wjinl, lhe  public are roally saying liure is lhat eoni-  ino'n sense and discretion will) respect lo  rogulalions  is butler lluni red 'lape.  '" "]���!) Again Hm rh'afliilH of ��nirm yn-  gulalory by-laws leaves llm iinp'licaliop  Ihal lhe Municipal Acl wlllioul c|uiilifji.<a-  .tjon. Is;. thu luisls fpr thu liy-law, 1 lliink  llic pii|ilic\Ji)ci cii'ililled'In luiow thai most  muiii'iipal 'by-laws lodny ure��.porniisHivu  iind |)i)rlui|ui a. spucilii: example hero  would illiiHli'iilu llio iiniini! of lhe public  concern, in one Inslaiici! ii municipal si nil'  officer advises a nilopnynr and ] fjuolu,  "llio w'"'<lbig of Ihis hy-luw is Klralghl  from j'iri)v|iic)ii| Ic^sliilii)^' w)ii��;h my*,  iiui: iiiiniiiiLs HMI-.I iiinlu) im ui'iuiiHivi! ui-iiii,  or nnis'ii or apy iil|mr iiiiIhiiuci.'," Thin in  pcirlianri  the  iniml  glii|||i|| ,ym'.ppf. oniiiii-  ..|j|(i pf lhe niisiiKc of Un,' IiiIijiiI nf I In; i,n-  gillnlnry imctlniifi uf Ihu Miinicipiil Act.,  ,   I l|i|nk In Hm iinilii wc ciui nil up  priMiliiln  Ihul   wu live In a  ymy  niunh  morn cuuipluN' Hiir.'lety (Iiiiii wo di<l Imre-  flnfnru. II HMii'f.'I'iru nnu|im, liV um .11 >-11 In;  ciiiiku HI'' lliiil wn liiivn mi  iivnn griiiilci  reii|miiHibllily ul lliu /(Mviii'iiinorjl .level In  IIOl   only, (i��(ii'c|Hi:   iiulJiurlly   hul    In   In:  ri'!Kpnn��ll,)|o ��� liii :w��l| fiir uKiilniuing llii;  liiiiiiiili why il is iKiJng ip<i||'i)hjiid, I yiuili/r..  as well, liml n'mny llniun.litgululluiiH mv,  fny Hm "irllmf guy" ami pul I'm; llm In  ij|v|diiii| iiiiihlii/.' Um i.'iini|iliiiiil. 'However,  nn l|iii iiiiiiihnr nf iMiniplnliiin running  HirmiHli HiIh nfflnu In vn'ry nii|��nlui|i|iilly  liicinnslng In Ini'ini* pf ||in iihuvis, nli-jiirvn,  l.lollH'l full liml ynu HJlOlilil linve Hmiki'i  cnninmiilH ni |||I'h tlnm,  wfiicirwas" built  \^t.[ \\\f}h\cy^rm\  has    gjiltT'doLibfeb^-Cjiicly  ilMhw f<i''P te?i\Wl)nW*>ArVA    '" ''  M-"rtli"- Anderson,  ..,   -        ,,,--      , ,.7     Hai |is  aijci   .Jpd.Y  ,. ,. u^-,.,."/�����*t -r^    'Hir, jpixpd dpiiii^Tr-itifWpf- Htotptw ^'��*  denlri Tlic'glfl l��f*m Penc"pr Higb Scbrml    Jim   Cfa,  Caplanib Gwen Kingslon and liaico  Camoion at copied lhe House Cbmpnti-  l|o|i award  lor  Haida  Biuce Cameioii aiirl Gcialdino Higgins icfeivcd l|opines dwaiijcrl foi a||  lound  spoils ptiilicipallon  'V.p\. fcpialo iifhlela for 11)71 i-pceivjiig  lliu1 |!-ran('P�� Inclining ''Award in Gwcn  Kingslon.  Top   plain  alh.lele   for   1071   receiving,,  Mm Hpr-nici Viilleu Cup is Gprdnp   Kain-'  'nicrle,''   , ;  ���    '. -���  The leuiiis Iruphy'prestinUHl by schupl  principal A. I<, Thnuipson ���wuni lo Gorrlou  Kummui'lii, -,'������"  New this year worn the Canu'dn P|iysi-  ciil li'ilnesM creslH,"The bri/iizn uwaril for  lifi per cpiif prnfjiduiicy in -I lesls wciit'lir  lill bliidcnlH, Silver i.Ti:iil for (Id pejr cepf  priifi(;(ori(;y i|| 4��� forf|k went In IHI tiiudiinlf'.  Gnlrl'crcKl ro'ijulriui Iff) per mini, ip '! IphIh  and., wind In '*.'*l sli|r|enls, Tl|c exi:u||cii|i:o  ci-rtsl fi\y ill) pity I'tiPl il) lj leiils wmil' In  iilevon (iii|ijei|ln-'--iill gii"ln.  Mayor reports,,.  beep upp|  den Iri Tl'c .  studepls is the, Jaigeb) ymglc ���dpnaljOfi  lo date and will be a llomendnus help  towards l|)c upkeep and priulpii)cn) for  Hie sfhnol wliir-h "ib pipvklmg tin odl'cu-  tipn foi ypiiiigb|cib wlio could nol at-  lend-tfienprnial Public school.  THA'VEiLLEF'S^,. ,       ,.-���'       ,-���,',;.-,-.  Slurlenls  have  also wprlfud   hard   to  laisiJ-i'iinds to help Inwards ciistti ill" lhe  eleven   nionilmr   baHkulball   leam   which-  is  travollii'ig "lo  flu:  Hritisll  IkIOh  fur  a  series of |juniu,s.   ' "' . '  Conuncnling tip Ihu visit, ScliPnl |irin-  ciiptil M^r, A; 1^,'1'hoinpb-pn saifl lhat. the  girl.y JiaVo' pu'l in Imig linura' of pri'clico to  oiilibjc iIujiii tn represent ||icj scpnol wnll.  l|o i|lsi| poi-nled ui|t lhat tl|ey wl'l l"c  judged as Cauailkui(s,during l'"f! vIhII Im;  j'riliiin and wi|| .aclually be yiiiinij'di'plnr  mills, tin limy have rjullo-a rc!��jioi|��||iiii|y,  The girls Itiiivij Vaimouvpr .Ippp a|sf and  'it'lurii' Angus! ;'rr|.  "'" Olher KlpileiilK fruiu Pnnilur w,l"' wi"  Im iravullluu ill's* . suinmer are Clmck  li'iilcnnbririgu, CHunp, Hnrrisv, Dennis Gnni-  11|n ,and Harry Kaiiimurln wlm w||| iiliunrl  'bnskullnill hi.'IhiuI in Wiishiii|jl(,)|| iin'l  Haiidy Tall wlm In going op lllfi YttpPH'  Vbynguur I'rogrii'nunn,  OpMMONWEAI/m  I'rlor; lo )lm pruijuplallniiii, itludpn  Olmor.vnil CiimnimiwriiHIh Day, ,|iiiii.' IUI  wlmii Hniicli'H li'|ili:ri|ibr|dgM l'i)nil I  Qpuup'tt Mctimrgf; wlilcli najd "nno (il l  liciil Iciiin/.l .'.fimiti-rira yd Irnlny'n "j-uhIJiinh  wni'ld in llm ruKjmii'iivoimHii ufyouuK ihjii-  p|e hi' Hm i.'hiillun/icn nf sin;iiil prnlilimin  npil lo Un," jdcnlii ol a' ileupiir jiuipiin  frlniiiliihlp apil iiiii|<!rsl|ilVlil!M, We Ipiv/! in  Hm Cuiiiiiiuuwciiilil) a ifpjiindhi flelil tt>y  llio' I'liiili/alipii pi'1 Himh"yliilfiim by v'|nlln  apd pKpliiiiiguii and ncryliifi iivmrneiai",. ,  "Tlio I'liliil'w uf III" (���|iiu!huuw,iiii|lh  in  ip  Um  linmli.   of yoniiK  pnppin'- mul   In  NEWkY forpicd Sunshine Cpast Regional  1 District Hatepayers' Asspciaf|on has  been gianted rls Chattel Aj,ieady an  active executive poipniitlce fijib pectx  pipncp) ijnd mpmbeiships aie avuilable at  u-'-tiinin-i". -QhaiHt-,  (,A mui.ni oUt'ilw*'1 pmm Hv$  tppi moi|t|js due fn hp'glk ptpl, iq flip  .spiralling cob) ou-'Jiegional Dls|iicl���It  woi|ld bc^pr U|f iruipi pii|po&c pf Hip.  Hcgiopal b<'dy is hi cn-mduuile lhe sinal-  Ici ginups wi|h llm nb|ec| of eslabhbhing  a   rallier   moie  powerlul   vpicu  in   local  flff-ilfl.-K,    ... . .,'���-.-.-  ,' Prmrlo ||o|djpg Hie-first gf-'nt"!',^! 'hept-: -  ing,  lhe- !|eg|p'nar l|ali)pnyoj;s   have  pk*"  leirded (in invilaljfin -lo:pxcontive bpards-  of .iit|ier, ralopayers1 vf-ri|iu.s, 'ppinpiMpity  AsHrieiiililllis llinl' Bpiircl Pi ,'lVudp, tp a|-  lend' a innpljug :>h,t'pp |i!||'r|  at  7-*l!' 'P-i'fl-..  tji ilm Wilsup Creole llal|, Piifpose pf'llip ,  meeiing will I'm. in nifiko kunwn |||o aims  of llm prgani-'.t'i||pii''anr| |o. seek Hiippprt  and ep-npcrnlifin nf-tj'ie <)lhpr c'xnciiliyps  in helping form up aginuju fur Hu; first  pi||i|iii pieeling.  ,_ ||o|'iun<i! cximulive cpmprlsoiji: , Bill  llrynnp, ijriifiidanli Art .laipon, vIcu.prpH-  jfjniif;. Vie Anderson, ne|i|,iii'ary-li'UHi'ip'ur|  Vic Ii'i-'miikIu!," A|.' Cil|i|ninn,- Mob Knii|ny,  I'd Hciiiilu, li'iank Huvles |)on lyiarcrnfl/  MIKi" 'I'lli'lk, ,ludgp Pal Carey,'    ���  lit  '',  m  m  mmm  DlTi  I;  .ii  A  %-  '* tl *' * M tow^MiM^****  ���i\  ���Ir"  J<J4.c*: 4���-.,:���,. A.  ���i,i  it iit  /:������;���', i'rf  1  m  WI?  J'l  Hi I  aaU r~>\  ���'r.\l'jA\f\,Ay-\t  JfylJ  ll  I ��� I 'I  J tf'' ^ ^' ll I ' '"t*,'*,\/ * * * �����    ���" -  *u * t 1*1 I* *J  i" V.'J'f.lJ.i'   '-.��� J^'-^^'AKt-JA^.^y    j(klZ.  W    -A  'If   ,ljiJ Hit, Wt ,��,v* ����� �����- ���-'   *   * -.��-.-     ����� - ���      '  -       -    -������--   >   ��' *     ���   ���   ' \ -     '   * \  -''   l''1'I f'JI'lM    ��� *   '        \ - "*-*- \?    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"    ; '  /UiJIns l)('w'/ofiopMllvn   I'loni \uh Iptiludnof |��Vi)ilu .loi'k^Wn,"  I'Mlft HtvirUi,,,\telrhil 'jiiviirpni' lliilpli  fmii, Dmi CliHj)-,)��ii, iiiNtrlot conn-  Hon of Monti  I'l'jkitiT*,, Willi   '.J^j.-j tttwHtW Mikliiii  pyuy lliu I'uluii un jhuhIiIupI,, pttw wlutu  Hi-JIpr Huy   Hhowpnl, ,,m Mpglluli,  AT I.AKT -ii'-i!lliii(  uf firiliiimin  Coiiiml,  M"yi"' Wally 1'olcinnn mdd lie hail ul- ,  loiidinl a inimllng uf llm Himl'mll upd  l-lnli'li.'IChnnilmi'iif Onmiiiiirim al whlnli ,-  lion, |)'iin ('uinp'lii.'iill' w|m glicnl npnaknr,  Tlm nmnllng wufi a ymy, gnud nun mid'  Hm TiimIn lupin win, llm lluglnilil! Di'ili'lcl,  Im i.'Kplnliiinl lh; Mild "II wim i.'|i;iiV ||i<;  Mlnlnlur In mil Inn 'h/ippy wilh Ihln Dln-  tllcl, 'I'liriifi ui'if Iliunii whb niinui lu Im iif  -,i|i����|irr|?i7--��i"��fifrllin*-*lfivnni|tin'nrifr'fllU|lrr  In/- iiii.'in mid wh" fH7nllinui in draw llim-i  "btilwcmi "'Hmpi" ^nid "im", Tlicrii in ulub  Mm liunlimniV u|'i uhmiplliig In lulu,1 tp'J ,  llm I'llnclimiii pf a iniiiiii.'iimlily, lliiwii'vnr,  Mr, Cii)|i|ibi-|| niiiih,' nlirnr'lllfl I'M/'I 11M ��� .V  will nul Im'lulling uvrir inmi I'lnini'lli,"  Tlm Muyur ulnii'i;iimiimnli.'i| un yDipnrl\a  niiiilu by Hni'lii'll "vjuyui'. Hill Hwuln, wlm,  ll*! nulil, "guvn m wury homiI iiin-ilown un  liuw lliipguj'i'ii lining nip mi'l nniiliilimil .  lliiiUliii'in ni Jin,l I'liimul affrnd any inuin  , nl jinn mul op ihing   llijln|iunuli)|y Hn  i'Iii.'H did nul iiwii lln own wul'n'r t^nUdii  mul   liml   |lll|i!  ny  nn  I'liuirn bul   In  j'n  In wllli walnr_ nn u fiumliun",  Muyur' |''i!lr;|),iin n|wi lold Ciiiu|i-|l lligf ,  llm   Mliilnlm   Innf., nnnl'i   rlmii 'Hnj   hu-l  liml Um I'liiumi'li* dp mil Imvn lu pui I mi  |",,,'!," ''���!.vJii1!!,;!.l!HL;jLl.li|vl./Jiiirli;Liii>i��:'''i  jli'n'ii'i-liiiiini'i., Muil||i:r, ul  cininm, ibmu II  '   linvn   lu   rinili ibiiln   lliiniirlully   niili'iii,   II  wli.lm, hi pmlinlimlii In n liiin'limr-  Hnpillllug up n Mti'piiI niimlllMt ul'lln:  Hi',Hi,nn) Huiiiil, Aldi'iuiiip 'Ii:it,V DIm/H.  \yjljl.,||i|(|..,.,|-jiil.Ju,..lui' Mayor- I'Jmmhi, hup/-  nilinii' i-piuplu)nln liml In'inij Minluml l|ml  llll! (llblHil)irg(iibngo .mllnclm In iilllilg  up )|m dump, li wim full i|n�� ripcinior  nlmuld pinlu; |i��|li-r firiaugmni.'uln.  Aid, Ml��'')|i Kiipl ll<i(,l)mt fixp|niuu<l.'lu  Ihujliuird Hjnl l|m village dpcM pny Un  nlitiyn Ipvjipd giiibug��i.  Jyliiyur I'lipniinnyidd HmL ihiu In pnih*  lull fo dn -wilh llm village fur llm GHimiiih  coj|iM!iiii|i imrylrm In n' prlvuln mprirallmi  "wlml |n plngfilng up llm dump In |imk  id lil.lnnilui) and rlumpiu/uul' pur Imdl'm,  II In 'jiinl im/I being Innk'.'il iitiny," Im  lulllinl    ��� - , ���    ,    " '  Al'l, r'l-tn'll iigli.'iii'l.iiMil nn|d'||m duipp  In iipuii In iiv-iryuim lu iliiinn giirbngci  ninl I'viirymio  In paying Ipr il,  Mayiir  ���,���,-..;..^��*,.-��,��......-.����-��-*������  |Ilini|llllllllll|llf'lilUM(IW^  Ad-Brich  point  llic way  lo action!  In Today's Cla&sillocii-.  li*0H*Wnr*im**^i****Hm*nn0.t*n0*r0wr^*n*fi***0  ll'||,|i. millmiinl, fin  imw WlU Until  py ���  i'l||i|r;il, fill fl r;,\ii,'i|njiin ludrliil, *!"),  *   Iiiiii-) ( lu',',||ji,il,'.  |i;ui|| uvi;i  J.'.ilH) Ih,inul,  , (10,000. rpiiilitm;,   ' ���     .      .      .......  , *   l|il|nii i |(|A',|||i)il;i pn 111 ID lliu Iii'trici . . .  in I ill lawns, flrci.l;. n; ln,��i||-'M'.,  ,���    111111;:, ('ltr,'���lht.di, Hill lovy i,'i,;.l(. llllll puli'ln,)/  l,-lli;l?''lr)|||l.-i.  Phono 005-9654  phpm Pmp ftpon Sunttayt (.limltM  : dcoilllno |�� Sur?��loy evening  JS  %  **  i  <  ^  i*)V  tl  * f.   I ll*. r 0  r*. '    ����*��t>*tl��Ar.4*AAAA^r    *0   *    i*^-^^       r".  m^^i  A.0   .^*r 0. frf   a.0.   , lrr.0   0   ., *.0*r **.0   *~*,0, *   *   **   ***,*-   '   ft*   "  --  .��.��** <*  *'".lr^..J*.^',^, ,*#,   r  ''>*���>"����,."���  ,,"-i��#|i,W��*j"*  V  , .��   ... *. .���. .  .&    i ���,&* ������ -"-'���'-f*f*���***.^*^*'**r-r'x**0*rrr.'*%0��?..".i*w*-^^*jejj^jy^yyyz  ii  tefl  11  II  *4  I  ii  ��  >  !  PageAfl-  ���^e^nsMfq Times, \Mm&Q\\ June 16, 1971  0^1hM**0i!t^>Mt^  THePENIN*3U*^7^*��qche!fr , Phone 005-9654  Classified .jp^ w.���'sMM  'fW^wr��iw*'iwww��'MM��-w��^^  (tEAlT ESTATE (ConHimecU     REAL ESTATE. iConf.) Ukl ESTATE (ConU ' fttAf, KTATE (cont.) BOATJi & EHQINfiS (Cont.)    FOft WlNtTcoiltiuetf)  ELEVATED   undeveloped   JO  acres Within Village pf Sechelt,      residential      Ici'catipri.  1,600. SQ. PT, beautiful ocean   qPRT-JER lot for sale at Sel-  viety, big lot, 3 bedroom split  leyel home. Fvtfly electric, w.  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News To\vp Crier  Sechelt Times Utd,  ��� qt Seche|t, (3.C.  .    Established 1963  OBITUAftY (Continued)  -SMiTk. ���  Jppe   nth.   1971,  Fj-anees  Smith in her 95th  year,   of   Madeira' Park   B.C.  Survived _by"    nieces     and  nephew*;. Funeral service was  $1(5,000  cash.  Box. ��499,  c/o to    v*���   carpet- ��� throughout,  .Peninsula    Times, " Box ��� 310, ' vanity ���  bathroom',    Franklyn  Sechell.           -   ���        64t)9-lfh fireplace, 25'"x 22' family rec.  =       '     r���''^���^  i'pom,       cable-visiop,       large  EXCELLENT   commercia.1   lot otasets,   lots .of torago   room.  ~  centi-e SecheU���highway Mking-   price   $'29,500.   Apply  location, leyel and cleared, AU Box   472,   "North   Vancouver,  service's   available.   Box   1104 Please give phone -number, aU  Peninsula Times.          1104-tfp ��� replies  answered.         6627-tfp  _, ^Member, Audit Bureau  J. i\. Circulqtions  September 30, 1970  Gross Circulation 2920  Paid Circulation 2446  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, "subject to .audit,  ��� Classified Advertising Rates;  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  1 nse rtron -���, ���$ 1.00  Three Insertions -J. $2.00  Extrq lines (4; words) :���,. ,20c  (This rqte does not apply to  cpmrwercial- Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers - 10c extra  50c Book-keeping,charge is added  "   for Ad-Brtefs* not paid by  publication date, ���  Legal  Qr Reader advertising '35"  per count line,  Subscription Rotes���  By Moih  Local Area T���~$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  . U.S.A.  $9.00 yr.  , Overseas ���; :���$10.00  yr.  WEST. Sechelt   ehoiee   view  property, cleared and ready  __ heid__Monday, June_14th. ^rom-^o._build.._Phpne 885-2087,  the Family Chapel of the  Harvey. Funeral Home Rev.  D. Popple offioiated. - Interment, Seaview "Cemetery.  (1624-29  (3536-29  STORRAR. ��� Mrs. Lily Stor-  rar passed away at Peace  Arch Memorial Hospital, Monday, June ,7th, 1971. She  leaves two daughters, Mrs.  lij.ly DunlQp of Sechelt, B.C.;  Mrs. Rose^MjFuUaiid of Vancouver, B.C.; 4 grandchildren5  nine great grandchildren,  Memorial Sode-ty of- a@T*ttil-  charge of arrangements.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,'  Roal Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  COMMERCIAL.    Corner ' lol  near Shopping Centre. Ideal  ���for various types of business,  FO]". SALE, 2 liedroofn house,  ideal location, 1-block school  and    Shopping    Centre.    12(12  Mermaid Street. 805-2802.  6021-29  5 BEDROOM house with 'self-  contained suite in basement,  ���l'i acre and fruit trees on Cower Point Road Full price  $18,000. Phone 080-247!) After  ��� June a-Hli phone 88(1-0301.  ,    ... 65(14-tfn  nice office and large building ��� . MocGREGOR PACIFIC  ��� REALTY LTP.  Box 799, ' Gibsons, B.C.  Van Direct:  085-3133  PERSONAL  Special Citizens,  Local Area  _  Canada     By Carrier . s    $3.50  _.1..$4.00   60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  . subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permisison to reproduce' wholly or in part and in  , any form whatsoever/ particularly  by q photographic or offset process  in a pub|icotion, .must be obtained  fn writing frpm. the ^publisher. Any  unauthorised ''/reproduction, will be  subject to recourse in law.  r^:-i-.J.,: v.:,..'.1..1.'/ ���::..-.,.. ...;. . ���==  BIRTHS  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community   Hall.   Ph.   885-0327,   880-"  2343,"      * "4fl79-tfn  WISH  to  contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   8857  ���-547 or 886-2540. 4505-tfr.  WORK WANTED   *  CHUCKS painting & decorating. Guaranteed  work; reasonable "rates.  885-2375!  5492-tfn  good  .parking     area,  $27i500 Fp,'  886724fU  GIBSQNS^LT;AGR. T'Tetc-lier  "���'.Road, nice 3 b^nvpinv  family home, with a view.  Large ld\ wilh divide lire-  place, dining area. jh*jd combination kitchen. " W.W. car-  petting. Pemb. bathroom,  utility room, $20,000 FP. A  most attractive house, you will  Want to see- inside .when we.  tall you just where it  is.-.  886-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE. Three  hedroorm and full basement,  and large slrnde.ck are features  of this attractive house,, witli  view over the ��opnd, Private  parking, $19,500 FP.  880-2481  YOU must see this new three  bedroom home, located close  to   Gihsons,   on   six   acres   of  GIBSONS WfcSTERN DRUGS  .  .   . Ts  pleased to* sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  WALLIS A Bruce and Cathi.  :,.;W8liiS;.are: .beaming at the  flrrivai] of'their first, Derren  Ernest, on June ith, 1971, at  St, .Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  Darren- -weighed  Bibs.  6587*29  ENGAGEMENTS  lyfR. and MRS. A. W. Moore  of Redrpofs Road are  pleased to announce the engagement qf th��h- pnly daughters. Shelly, Brenda to. -Mr.,  RoKerf ll 'Scales/' eldest son  of^Mr, arid Mrs; Rt"S. Scales'  of   Cobble,  Hili   B.C.   0009-29  ANNOUNCEMENTS  MR, and . Mrs. Wesley  Byst'edt are pleased to an-  npiince. , tho . engagemeriV of  their only daughter W'm'ly.t'-  Mj-, Barry MacPonakl, son of  (Mr, and Mrs, Gerald 'Mnc-  onald o'f* Davis Bay, Wedding  to    inicci    place   at'    4    p.m.,  , August.   Tib,    1071,    Gibsons  United Church. ' '        (1502-29  1 t .,  CARD OF THANKS  A/P-A C.  Payroll, bank  rec,  receptionist, typing, geii. of-,  fice duties. Full or part  time     sloping  ground, NFfeaTttr^^fiill  employment   required.   Phone     basement with double plumb-  S85-9875. l; 0558:30    big,    living _ room   witli ^.Fp,i:  Caiiity  lypii bafbrtrum.' 'lheres'  a grand  view   from   this  gem,  $20,900   FP  with   terms   available.  .   880-2481  GOOD BUYS  GIBSONS Bluff lot"��� $4,500-  . MLS), Hillcrest lot ��� $2,200,  Rosamund lo��t ���- $3,300 (one.  acre), Highway acreage ���  $3,900 (1,75 acres), Xockyer  Road ��� $6,000 (ten acres),  Beach Ave. (Roberts) ���  $4,500 (lot cleared & serviced),  886-2481  GRANTHAM IHSfGHTS. Im-  proved accessibility due to  roadwork makes this neat  stucco home a real buy for  only $10,000 on. easy terms.  Two BH's, living room with  FP, and marvellous view,  880-2481  WE OFFER a complete tree  . service to the entire Sunshine Coast. Our work is insured and expertly performed. Phone for free estimates.  Peerless Tree Services. Phone  88572109. "        6258-tflv  EXPERIENCED drywall acou-  s.tic & textured ceilings, now  in GiBsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall, 884-5315.        4208-tfn  COMPLETE   landscaping  ser7  vice.  Gardening,  lawn care,  fencing. By contract. Ph. 880-  7120 or B80-2717. 0310-tfn  ROBERTS GREEK  bRYWALL  Taping  and   Filling  by  hand  and machine. Spray Tex Spar-'  kle Ceilings.  Phone 886-7193  Roberts. Creek, B.C,  e'0S7-tfn  ' *���'   ��� ' ���   '  HELP WANTED  irOtlRHJlSREPEn  wanted,   Ph.  08,r)-2047w,   . 0554-20  OUR' sincoro IhankH to all  VV-bo' po kindly iisisled im  when fire? .desrloyed our homo  pn (lie Sochelt walorfrcint ro-  , c'''nl.ly,' Mi', and Mi'H, Woods  and'Family, OBOI-UO  EXPERIENCED man able to  ... operate iind.,, maintain small  cat, baekhno, truck, chain saw,  elc Labiri'i'iH wanted for land  cloai'iiig and , construoiion,  Helpoi's will) own band tools  phone,. 11115-0722, "   0010^0  YOUNG,  M"7l3UATEw3iuuik^ 'riiwl'ry/"  [" vtri un leer flrmmen, ,; their  wive and lliti gonoral; public  for all thoir, HTmis '<,flurlngi'  anci nfloi' iho firo which dim*'  Iroyed Ilia Ritch'olt llionlro  liuildlng np llm1 waterfront,  John Hiiyo'H, fsnmi-Uo  woman    for    busy  Officii,   Hiirvlr-n  in-  Snci-othrln,!      "niid'  lu'coiiiillng   ncM-ofisary,  Sucjhuli,  ���until- pi'ol'iirriiblii, Must;bo nlile  lo   nci-itp'l ���i'es|)iinnibl|lly   iind  ro'iuln"!  ploiiHunt  |iornniirilliy,  llox 2111,-Hocliolt,  H.C,  (1029-29  OBITUARY^  ""'"'���,'" :" .  , wTliTArC Pji^ThiniTT "7(171^  Dnn'rin AIiiiiki Whllnkor, nf  'piivi'i Bay, I),C, Hiu'vlvurl by  lior loving huiiliiind, Itonnid; I  son i'laolc, .DuvI'h Bay, 11,0,; I  gnuiddiuigiilor, Hiimin ninl I  gr/lii(lHoii, Diivld, Kiinnral nor*  yll'o wan Imld I'Vlday, ,l|iiu> 11;  ill 2 p.iil, front Uio lliirvoy  J,,iiiini,iii| lloiiin,', Gll,mnnn, Jl.C*  Jlnv, I), Piipplu nffi'lnlln/i, Cin-  mallon,   In1   lion   of nlirworH,  .,:,.(l��iniiU��i)tt����li��,.WI .jyiiuy'M-lluH.,.  pitnl,  Modioli,  l��,C.       OIIO'I-HII  ifoillNHON ��� "���'"��� .iiiii'i M( 1071",  Chiirlcm ItuliliiKun In bin Vlllli  your, "of Gllmiiim," !>,(.', Hur-  vlvnd by t) iion-j, CIwu'Ikh, Win--  ���h'Ioi" Mlid .(Indfi'i'y, (illifioiiMi  Ciuincr'H, vV/mrnuvcr; ilnlui  H<|uriinlnh; ,1 brotlu'i*, John,  Vlistorln, IU),- I *Mt*r, Mrs.  E|l,/nbnlh J.fiin��', E'linoiiloin '),  /u'li/idrlilldirin,     l)fbliln    Mny  ��� iind John Chiinli'ii, Mr, llobin-  nun, wan a nxunlicr of Mnuiil  Kliillllinlono Lod��n, UIO, Ap K>  AfA, G<(oii(lan ('lii-|i!<ti', Jlnyitl  An-h  Mnnoii��,  <).y,,t.,,   No.  0f��,  ��� DtiMnliiy Advl-ior' nnd almi a  inninbi'r of Hiit Onui/-n l-u��l��n  HOUHKKEEI'EU ^willf, 'sorno  pnii-llciil. nursing cixi'icrliinri!  lo Iivo In," Snlary and limn  riff ni'iiiiiliihln, Reply in own  hnndwrlllna lo Mux (IfiUO v/p  PitniiiHulii TirrioH, linxMHO,'-  Modioli. (Ililll".ai'  unit.. tlio,���itoyirlZciinndiinK::^'^ '  rr('<(lou,   Mmttlyud'yici,   mm   "' (U),mn ��"''^""<  "i" . ...  brild ThiiiHday, .Iniio KJ,( ot 'X  pm.  irrnn  Ml   llnriholomow'fi  Ani��lli��'fi|i    ('biiirb,     GIIihodh,  IJ,C��� Jb'V. P, Blown nnd Hi"  ... f "e-y.- f >�����- J^r>fRffrj irfltrfnttpfir  , Jn(ei��ti-|)t.....MamltiW...CtttpwUsfy,,..  In.Hen of flowrr.'i rloniiH(/nn in  llio  OEM,'   ClrliC'i-r   Fund,  c/o  Mr?,   poiiii i J'liii-ririoinl,  ,(llb- ',  noon,    B,Cr    J|ai'/"y   .FurHTiii.,  Hoiim rihi'dolh,       **   (JlKil.-Hn'  PHNPUR HARf30UR  RVKRGRGGNS LTD*.  ' 'i "i  Cverflienns Wonted  , ���    ,i ���   ��� ���        i ��� '  5ALALy12c umlono  Pono!'��ip 9,c oxi ra  FrtMt pli'ltuj) for gntoiiH any-  Wlli'i'll   ill)   f'lllliiliilin   ConhI,  Bi-fo-'r*- picking,, rnrjlnnl pliuil,  lul pln'i'o Noiib of Pnliih-r  lliu hour llotol  Phonn nii:i-Z'.;(if�� or im:\ mi ,   ,... Jllillll-lfl).  RIAU ESTATE '  MKMI WATKUFIIONT" with  view nl Mi'iTut f'nvo, Inviml'  In youi1 fiiiu'ro now, Only n  few i'li,oli'i> loin loll nl IhoHo  low pi loon, Fiom ((W.OOO, on  Widii i.yiihfin," Moo l.on Ek-  nioud   nl    Jliillirionii   Buy. il,  ii nbi:  iitm-'/M  CHASTER ROAD. Move right  into this two bedroom all-"  stucco home, ftangcv fridge,  dishwashor, 'washer, dryer,  deep freeze .etc included-in  snlo. Double, lol with ocean  view. $20,950 FP with  $11,5(10 down,  .    11(1(1-2-1111'.  CHASTER ROAD ��� 2>J acres  Willi  View  for $7,501);, Chris-   ���  tor   Itoad   ���'5   acres   lightly  limborod,   $8,500;   Pratt   Road    a��)j acroN cleared, $7,500.  Ifllll-iMIU     . "  GOWER POINT ROAD. Try  yriiii; offer-, op ihis family  sized iioiiso (1,1*70 s<|, li. oimli -  floor)-lociiind on large iot (id-  nx^t an ircro), .closo lo boiich,  wondiiH'ul, vhfw,' Living, rooirl  IH x -ii) wiih FP,'dining' area  (10 x lilW, corridor KliHwn  wilh 111 ningo, unil il]i-o(i bod-  r'ooiii,, iiliinibing lor anolhor  biiilirouiii, work iiron, Ii/Ih of  iipiioo (could ho ,MI< luilln).  l,i,',lri| ul $33,0(1(1 hirlf cash.  , ���    fllllJ.*WIU        ,     "  GOWEIt POINT ROAD, hall  nn iK'i'tt with iili'o '.'. bodi'iioin  home, l*ir-'��- kllrhitn -nnd miii;  iloi-ki. All ��iii',vl��;iw.- '$)'1,51)1),  Iry your offor, ��  Illlfl-IMIII  ROMFRTM   MlMK,  'RoVi'iino  hoiiiio  11011(40  llllll  III.  ,."/|       IICI'O,  |iodroonii<,i  Mn  n  nrgo  AO  Ml,   wilh   FP,   Hiiiriloi.h,  )nml, i)u'w��Hlir|r"'H' fiiilln, H bod-  rootiih, largo' Lit v/llh FP, noli'-  -:��;ii'ii(��iti>(H4|^>-~~-vtti-iy-^�����il t'fiM-l i voi"  $;,,i,i)oo fi/,    '   '    ������������ ���  ,     IIIKI-IMHI  HOMKHTH' CRFI'K (highway,  101), Jlnual now Iwo b��i|��  rooni . liiii|N��), ooniploioly nor*  vleo'l on'!') ni'i-n, W.W, ourpnln  Ing, Hlllily, Dilvowuy lo carport, Ro Hie fhhi ocmipnnl  )ifTC tHM'" FP,',"'"."'"  \ llllll- WI I   ,  Jack Whllo  Ko)j CroiJiy  Jay VI'iM'r  llthl-'mt)  IIH(| -{"ODB  'IIIO-MOO  , ma   Park.  B8M395. *  PENDRR I1AR0OUR  .'too  fl,  llottp  piol<!<M��-rl   mooi-  '-nKff'-pn rj'ppnwr-rt" ,u i r-^, in ���""  uhidmv..-"/���-Inhtn,   ���>(UJ����r   bom��(  J/i��l"(  /"oblo, Phono OH'WOJ  RcKliotJor Rocilly UA,  ,.. i M��i*\1n.  mMMWQm..,  .5  1  OiKillly JiiMiio with, 3 |-ecltooiT)">, Amtbfa iilumlilnn,  7 IWOO^-srirmra^TffiSirpOiillioaroI"coiipruclK-nTMono  ������-flreplnce, sun rlncks; porch; pailo, ii(c All wrvkot,,  ,   Gocxl rone) nncl f)|nn�� fittn^,,    '  !V" PHONt OWMLIR AT A,m-?W\J,  ,  100x120.   .Plibhe  6fl98-tfn  WEST. SEQHELT. Re! iromont  iuvt5stin-"nt: _olose to beach,  house presently .vented af $100/  month, property could be divided in to 3 lots, ideal location, F.P. $17,500.  SECHELT AREA. Love Ly  treed lots, over 18,000 sq.ft-.  each, only "two left. Redroof  road, easy access to beach",  good fishing' and swimming.  p;p. $3050. ,  SEAVIEW RETIREMENT-  StShVm Park "-Sechelt. Cosy  2 bedroom home, just like"  new,, all electric close to store  and beach, tremendous view  of Gulf and Trail Islands,  smajla landscaped garden lot,  cash for quick sale. $15,900.    .  SECHELT.     Licensed   restau-'.  rant, dining room; coffee  bar, all modern equipment,  real money maker-, laige seat-  ing capacity, best ��� location 11i "-'  town. REAL VALUE $30,000.  Terms.  SEAVIEW LOTS.   100 x 200 -  $4,450. 100 x 15(1 -! $3,000. Real  Investment: CaLI: Stan Anderson:' 885-2323  or  005-23U5.  CALL:   JACK   ANDERSON  885-2323 or  885-2053  "   STAN- ANDERSON  885-2323 or 885-2385  KEATS ISLAND. "Waterfront  100 ft, appx. plus one acre  well landscaped. 2 bdrm. all  year, round.'retirement home',  lovely view, and two sleeping  cottages, includes 3 good -floats  for boat moorage on water-,  hydro and telephone. $10,000  cash   plus, ,Bppdi,;A/8v^,.L,,, J,:.-..  sea view*1' estate's; "view,.  VIEW, VIEW���Modern subdivision all underground services. Beautiful view 'of Keats  Island and Gulf of Georgia, Investment,, or todays' use, You  can't  lose. .  *.  ROBERTS CREEK. 7.2*acres,  Lower Roberts Creek JUL.,  semi waterfront beautifully  I rood piukliko properly, gonllp  slope,;your round stream, ideal  ,,estate property. Tips is a muni  1.0 seeill    ������''���.  GOWER POINT, 200x200 Viow  ������properly," mini! walorfnint;  beautifully'frewl, all services,  faces .southeast, secluded anil  private. Bountiful beach. F.l',  $01100,  CAJ4��t JOHN HLAGK '  ' 'mill-72.pl  or iiU0-73l(l  CIIIISONM. Lovol building lot,  coiilor nf GllwOns, eloso lo  liluips etc, size app'^, lHO'xOIi'  on paved roadj anil nil sorv-  leiw, Priced a), only $2,1)50,  WATl'RFRONTAGF, -��� Cllli-  ��� sous, Beautiful W/F lol  will) beach riilliigo right nl  waters ' edge, Lovely ��� Jioiiuh,  Good |iu||f|lng��slie nhovn col -  lngru-gooil  ncooiiii,  Jimt   Ihliik  Of   11)0   p0NHlll|llt|0|l   Of   HiO   IIM!  of this property, Enjoyment  for all llio fumlly during lhn  HUiiniioi' und rent,It out lor iho  wlnlur months- or Iivo in col-  lago while you bi'llrl your  rln-nin or roilromenl honio, Moo  Hili- today, F,P, I'M.OOO, only  $5,000 down ��� biiliincd, on 'inrod'  lorniH,   Flrni   nine    olli-ntil   Don'i  inlim MulU  ���    ca'll! LORRIF, CIIHAIII)  -~^ni|(r.7zio*i'~,'nn'i"77rt0'",,"~*'  ROBERTM CREEK. (Inly four  'Ii'iIh lull, hoiiVIow, b'1/.iiir up-  pri^,'7(l-f270), good building  hIIph 'uKculUtiif Invostinonl for  ���only   $1111110  niii'li,   choi'li   and  conipirrol * (Joo'i   lorpm    only  $1100 down,  Don')   niiito mil--  Ad   iMtvy! I ',,  CAIJ.: LORHII' (IIRAIID  Hlli|-'"7f)0 oi/  JOHN ,'BLACK    llllll.731II    .  CALL    JACK     ANDERMON,  IIIIIH'JMI or (IHI).1!0I)3  " . "    . ' IHIVl'Ml  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL. TYPES, INSURANCE   '  Clibsons, B.C.  Phone 800-2000  MENDER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  .SELMA PARK; - Area- of * pew  homes.,, Semi-clear  view lot,  serviced, convenient   to beach  and" More".   $2,500   down   on  $5,300.  ROBERTS CREEK; Wooded  aero with 100' front, plus blk  top. Community water, power  and phono available. Only  $-1,000.   F.P.  BETTER than " 0 secluded  'Arcs witlr Hvyy. front,. plus  roifd aHowanx'e ,each ' side,  Zone Rll, easy terms on  414,000.  OLDER 5 room -honio on wei 1  ,., situato'iA acres', ap'prox. 2  ac. clear, fruit trees and'garden   area.   Zone   Rll. . "Terms  on $14,000. .���- ������.'������  GIBSONS: Immaculate 3  bdtin. home on view lot, 2  blks. to sloops etc. Spacious  cab kit with adjoi'iing dining  aiea 4 pc. vanity bath, 1*1 Hity,  A/qil furnace in part, bsrrft.  Terms on $18,500. ^  ONE ar. mostly clear. Attractive Post &'.i3oam 3 bdrm.  cottage. Spacious living room  open lo concrete patio. Minor  finishing' required, garage,iind  chicken house, Pi-Toed lor  quick  sale* at only $14,000.  ACREAGE with panoramic  view nf* Strait and Island.  Slight slope to west. Road 2  sides. .Excellent location.  $12,000 on   terms.  A   WHOLE   D.L.    with   over'  front.     Creek  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  MuPiple Liisting Service  Box 238, Qibsons, B-C,  -BEAUTY-PARLORi- Ladies,  "here is youi-'chance to own  your,own business and be independent, Everything 'is here,  Thst walk in* and take over.  This is a going copcern.  VARIETY STARE:- This is  a nice cleah business 'qsjt looking for a new owner. The price  is right and the profits can be  very   productive.  _ _-HOMES���GIBSONS:- Here  we have to offer a nice 2 bdvm.  home on a level country lot  With regional water and 220  V wiring for just $i 1,500, or a  *3 brirm. home for $13,500. This  home has electric heat and is  in tho centre of town. Both of  these are good family homes  or- as an investment a good  rental.   ^ .'  SELMA PARIC:7 This just  might be the ���country home-  you..have been looking for-r A  near" new 2400, sq. ft. 4 b.r.-  hpine on a 200x110 tL corner  panoramic-view, lot, fir 11 y  landscaped grounds and with  an extra-targe Workshop-garage. What more could you  ask for- that retirement home?  Lots���Roberts Creek:- Offer-  ed for the first time. Semi-  Waterfiont, nicely sloped new  sub-division. These are large  lots, fully serviced, blacktop  roads and a choice of all cjear-  ed or lightly treed with seclusion.  Act now to be sure you get  your choice. 'Price $4,01)0 each.  Mefiiher  Vancouver Real  Estate Board  PHONE 886^2248  Notary Public  .    LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer        886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  *    Box  238,  GibsoilSy B.C.   '-������         : '-.,        6572-28  1500' Hwy.  thru'. Young  creates natural  un   .$38,000.  evergreens  park.    Terms.  BOATS & ENGINES  10 FT. HALF cabin boat, fibre  glass "bottom.   10 H.P.  motor,  (1013-20     $350. Ph. 080-0349. 6510-20  .Member of the Multiple Listing Sr"  SECHELT AGENCIES  DAVfS .HAY���.<No.   16-1993  AAodiirn.j" '"edcpbni.'homo' on ,2 ocros. Finest beach area; on Iho  eniiro Peninsula. -Ldvel waterlmnlago, 555 feet. Including river  'frontnaqe. Call Moll Kent .885 94AI or office 885-2235. Requiro  ,$30,000 "down.   '   .  ,        ���,.���.'���'  DAVIS DAY No   16.-2124  Lara') modern 3 ,|),odroo|n,rhoniu siluolorl nn Iho bench nrcq In  flnvii hay. I'Vrolluril View, l.orrjo polio and "doolie carpprt. I.iv.  I'm, ?7j(t wild brick fireplace-.- Uin I'm*' 10x12, W-W rOrpDl-  Ioq ilirciufjhiirrl. Mosler-bodiopin 15x13 'with ensuilo-plnrnhlilfl.  1858 6i|. ft, on main floor, pull, carri'inl bosonxml.. A ail haaj  Goarl lorrm cm lull prir" "I $48,000, To view Coll |"of|fjy Ayctr  885 2375. '������".-,  SPCHPI-T-'Mo,   1864-       "     .   , .    ���  Altrociivn'nil electric 3 'hedronm�� liamo. over 1,000 B<|iinr�� feel,  '.proe Iql wilh mony fruit  iree-, ond f-iirulis,. Garden shod, om-  o(ie ami |ifilio, close  lo hcliool o.'itl blicippino r.nnlm, pull prlco  . $23,950, I'hone Don Hodden,. 005 9504.  , sn.vni" 'SANDS  l-Oi(je   lined   |u|  Oruof   liilllriQ.   Goor  your oiler, .f-liono Don  No,  20*}0,.  no  Ilrynn  Rd  inn  holdln'i   properly  Indrjcn  50'��I50'.   Clo-.ii lo  waler  qn  V1,30O,   try'  Pull  085'9504,  I Hire  WII-SON CKPPK-.-No,  2131"  Ovnc I rrnrii, 82 fl. no bltjhwoy, orriblii-oroorul, no mono-,, |()50  U|, tl. 2 bndroom borne, AsKiiio $14,900, on tunn&, c-cikh 'il(oii>,  To viow, cull f'eler Sniilh 1)85 946:i'Ti/' Don Hodden HH5 9504.  Sf!I.MA f'/,|(|< ; ,f;-|o,  2090-��� l.��k|(le Ul     *    ,    ��� ���"'.'  , Keilieomnl ol low tmt.jtxt.v.liunt |or rouplo or rslnti*��"pyrnon, One  Ividionni homo, oil ronoe, pirn, ule'lilr hool ond lioi wotej, hrimi  viml worm, Cippeily J*j��inr:fti|, lull pf|r(r only $p(5()(), "lo view,  roll f'eler fiirillh IlinYAM. , ...".....  '.Sn,MAPARk-'--Mo."?0fl7' : : "'  ' |0()x200 v|ow lol, one of Ilia but.1, with .') r.'ollafle!,, one complnlo  ond luinMied, lu-ii move iii, Oflfi'ir Iwo nm .buninter. ir>o( hove  revenue |vol(ji)lla|, Ail<ino '^ll^fKIO wild oxr.olloi'ii lomib, Call  I'eier 'irnilh,  085 9463, <   ���'.*������-  TIU-ICWM MAY' -hlo, ?07;3" '!," -     .     -  Try lo bnsl lhn volun 2 bediooni, ? level lioirin, |||ii|'i|(iro( A-'i||  lilll'iorn MriW I'llcllfiil, fOiR'inlrt li'nll,, irilnm" liul>'l|lno imiiilied  AM* mo only 1.12,900 nrid only $5,500 down, Hoi, ol$l 50,01) pm  nionih.  Io,view, cull I'eler "Hiillh |lf|fi-946:i,  ^mmrwwmfJiA^ , "  ��� ...  VI unlit it up humn Mi n'ew il i��-i-u0*'-�� flnlf��h|nij, filiuaied oi) poved  inqd |o I'oinolse liny; Only o blor|<. ,oi two lo wnlei, CoMl ollern  lo'liill |��|ri> n| $10,000, Ci.||Ilob'|<enl, flflh 946|"or 8lib?23fi  officii.  IcOlirHpi-CKPIK pl^orT-ylnTyilllT  Nnnily 4 ociev on yeai   Miond hlinniii, no |ioub|e will) rloninsllc  Wiilei, 586 li'itl nl lionloOe on I or,|<yri| |<nrr<|, ,0|i|nr |ypn ,') hod  mom In/iiiu uliiuliil wilhlo o milt) "f  Ihu o"ll  rourmrr, -Col)  |iol|  ... ���K��nl, Mb 9461 eyeiiliKiM.r o|l|rUi l)��S 2235.   y.CHI.I.Ii -No. 20-2042, ' ' ..'.'' "' ,''."  <\ Imdiooin house 6||uoii|iroi| fiTxl?")' |oi rio'.o lo PoijioImi' flny  Wll'irl on priveil (oodv 2 |/t)ifi'ofiiim lor-'olinj In full bohemenl, f."*h  fianore,n/o|<||ig npd lio) wnlei, full purr, $|6 fl()() wllli $10,000  down, Immeiiiolo pof.M^Mon, Coll Mob |<eiii. fllll)V46| nyimipm  '  or olfKfl flllb 2235, , '  pOKf'Ori/ MAYWATflUKONI.   M", 187071"       ,'  |89 feel ol level, fraud wOlerfionl pro|i0ily.. Fnrrm on 10 (lOVO'l  poi.l I'ttiptil'iti boy I'ood, Aboiil  I Mi' oniih,  liy-yoor off nit, on full  ,J<d?A\J}L!?w, ;��;"nf' lf'/m'-, f-'HI Hob Kunl, M!l9r\(>l.wtnn,  nip', hi fl��fii,"*235 ulfi'�� ���, ;  A5K TOR OUft rm, CATAIjOGUE of real- ("STATU  POH   l?fi) SflChfllt  AQENCSES (LTD.  Phon�� RR5-?73f5  <n,&o,R,)   '   r'v,   ���., i.  *KSP. CA8TN evuiser, bead,  sinH,. biin|-a. 5Q lip "fvlercm-y,  like ne\v. Tra,i)e--( $"(,050. Ph.    lyirs.    Diane  885-9806. <i3Q3-tfry    1%m.  HALti far rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Anderson,   885-  54-Hi-trh  p   HP   BIRIQQS   &   Stfa'top    IN  PENPKR    Jluvbpiir  t\rea.  Mavine, recidy  to  go $150.       Furnished   unit  tor winter  Ph. 805-0300.   " ('273-tlV   rental in roliablo adults with  references, Write Pox-f'&dfi'c/o  10 FT. clinkev lutiU boat wiib  ovep-hanlprt    engine,    $175,  Ph,' |JB6-745P.'    " 6540-30  W.-���.. ^..^,~.X*.^.,.^-^-^,-.l.-^,-...^-,.J..,W,-~ ~��� -  18FT cabin priilser, fjbi-egls-ss  over ply\vqo4. Evinrude. Ph.  Peninsula  [Sechell.  Times,  Box   310,  (iPfifl-20  885-0310.  (1803-11 n  1P04    13' PLYQI.ASS    boat  with  18 H.p.  Johnson.  Excellent cphcbtion,       $S(ifi.  883-258i1. 6000-31  17"FT., THElfMO Cr��ifT~seTiii  V Volvo lit*. Sleeperette  seals Nautelex lop, tnvilei,  $1,1100 _t-ns|v Phntiu ,112-BBS-  2470 aftvr fr \i,\p, vVeo'kdays  nnaa-3n  JAQP.M H0MIS  Ivt&BttE hotne, almost   new,  double   wjcle, 3 bedrooins,  reduced for quiolf sale.  00 ft  x 24- ft. Ph.: 80fi-a3O7.-(i502-t fn  2 BEDROOM  Duplex,   --d'ljls  only, no pets, all electric:. In  Gibsons area. Ph. 112-738-BP42  from 5 = 0 p.m.    ',"'5 <mi\-WQ  3 BEDBOOM House for vent,  Davis Bay, split level, viow,  w to -w. carpet throughout.  WnlQ Box 472, North Vancouver. Please give jpho'nd  number. All replies aiThWercd.  1     ' O02(i-tfn  FOR RENT  FURNISHER s-bodroom trai-  ler awiiliible���J.iuie_JXi. Sunshine Coast Trailer Park, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 885-201-0.  0547-29  2 BEDltOOM home for,rai\l,  with option to buy Situated  iii Sechelt Villnyp, olcisc to  Beach Stores and School. Ph.  885-2000. 0011-20  WANTfeO TO RENT  ��� FEHRV employee needs 2 or-  3 bedroom bouse Roberts  Creek area. Woiild prefer low  rOnL ip return for OPkcep;or  lease to own. References ifv  wanted.  Ph.  880-25tl,8. ^01575-29  STORE or' offifle space for  .-; rent. Appro^ihliile'; 50*5 sq.  ft' storage s*-iic]p ,-ip "basenvent  for renloi-. Plip^ie, days, 885-  0817 or eves, 885-^08:.  (5204-1 fn  ,ONE or two bedroom cabin on"  beach for July, with or without option tn buy. Phone collect   112-224-0500.   .       0550-20  COMFORTABLE    quiet ". year,  round   rental   wanted   duly  -lsV'Tcn- reliable woman. Phone  0B5^'D3M.~      , 06.14-25)  J, 7?^^%T.   -if  >��  Spacious home on approx 2 pork like acres with a 0*.Pppificont  view of Pender Harbour. Only 250 f(.. from the -waterfront and  situated above free moorage at Madeira Park Gov't floats. Excellent potential for development into a motel, camp site, trailer  pork or possibla subdivision Full "price $.45,000 wilh $20,000  down to handle  Choice vicw'lors'on ^4 Jot- subdivision' 'ol   Modoiro  Park   Prices  ADV" Ifil AKin-1     '  |.   &dt?K0t*/��at>)r  hf "'I      r.    ifi-v ������*!*;>����.'<.  *w��M��i��Xwii��4--'**%ka^  Once In n llfnllmo buy nt the new low pfiro of $97,800 op tcrnis.  l-oroted In central l-endor Horbnrir,. tills 4,8 ocro Ifilond hos over  1,800 f|, of, sheltered v/oforfronl, -o' loi'oo comloiiohlo |o(j born'"/  , Mriull cj"*"** b'-i'5-*"/ woler, hydro and 'float.  CHO),CE VVATPRrRONTJ-QTS ..]     '  v  In f-endor Hnrbour, wilh woler ond hydro.  "'"   irvo fi,--7 $15,000     -,    '63'in ���-���sir.onn  , ihz fi, ��� 4>if>,ooo        ,.  ' it��r$ if, - \i:i,noi)  102 ll,  R6  3, BOO  Willi  9/    fl, ...,- ft'l'M'OD  boooh  '$W,MV)  IBO fl, wolorfrnnl, wilh <l bwlroorii loni" ol'ler homo q| o veiy  low pVireof $30,0,00bri.loiriiicbiirliifml Irom $:i"i,()00).  ,       9'r- (|\ wolerffonl will) 2 hed|ooin cipllono -��$20,7!10,  Mony oihei' y|ew nnd woloifioni lols |n ihe Pender Hnib'-ur oien,'  m^0m..L\L,i*mjm,n^,mi*i���im.��iiHt     nu.wii.i. win,  m ,,***.  MMIXITO.  Mnrlolrn Pqrk, IIC,  Phnno Penr|��r"Mnrlm'-r fin3-??33  J&.  .',     ,    bAKU'ROHIAfil: .     ���  Lovely (\ Inlim t\ yr, old (ioiiiu inr oppn^, ') nttm, Ixlio In, wnil'-  r.hop ond nwlrnmlnn pool/oie ndded riiuor.iion'.. Ihl'i Is ono ol Jim  |)|i-|l(��ttl r.iill|iif|h op ibo I'liiiliiMilo,     i.  ' PVPRVI'MIMO" IS I^ITN'ilVI;  r*rop| Um or|r�� on lh|�� 2 vr old 1/00 w|, (I, I'OM npd I'nnm  libina.nn o 90 ll. W.l:. lot. Inn. !*> llm kind ol bume ibo) yr��u borl  ill lhn moirt'mllln fjow. ol W'tM Voiifouvei, lovely icveiwr l))nil,  Y//W nilpiillnqi Ihronoboiil, ropllvollnfi 1H0 f|r'i|ie�� viow nl ll"W'i  -"iinnd, Vi��wli(o hy nppi, orily  -       ' r :"'���'"vVATl'Hf^OflT "i'^'lfi"'''"'"'  '21)0 f|, V/,f;( hf) Oull pm Sei bull nnly %i'ti)l) r.P, ***IW"0 ��ln,  ' ,'    '���'   ���    '       ,i   N, ol Vh%.  ("fl f|, W.r, on ilnlui I oh) only V\,tti\,ij\\  7 W.f1. |oi�� on C5ord��r) liny lohi one wUh "A" iipipn rolbiiio,  Pllred n| !> lO.fiOO ��, $4()(>0 w|l|r *IB00 iln,        ���    ��� '  _3-Ar.r<l��-wlllV^lflO-ll.-..W.r^<����ly-*l.lf500*r.Pr..Ci��H��l--BFm--'Ov--ilr  I'lvely (eml W,!', y|fiw |o| only ;)<)() II, |o bomb on*) b</ir| looiuli.  IhtJ. J ly 0O() |)|), nr Mie Iflnol lol foi your liollet or fnn-irwt robin  ��� ���."  only $2/00 (P.,    * f||R f3RST IH/y.QN TMI-COASl' '        ,  Apiuon, 9 or|���� of ni'Jiiulfliftol vl��w pri-j^ily wild 300 fl, Of  wmJc Uwh f.'*'/�� im tnbip. Ontf H^/'W, 1ry your nnrpyiftif,"*'  W1MMCR roTTAGrs       ' '"*"'J'  f'lcf the ond that flu youi portei bo-.i-l .1-flflOO, $l I,o00, $12,901)  ni *.|n,900, hihiti'iiti. folly loiol'hf'd, |ii��,l��i'iovo i/f,  ������" (v, ;'   ���G.'kNowi.i-r,'"   :.''i.','<'"."   :' ���  <'.  ���,V  ��ir*t"����* -���* *b * tn r  ��fc',���.^*fa,t#**,1  '.-^^ftr -I*.**. * *  . k*. t. *tJ.itf?%^ff0 *, * & f i  Jt A rt .' x ti * ��� A t f 4 j*..  \.*-.\\0��1**t-***0*,0t  -'���^''.Vja ��*.'.*'  r  WANTED TO RENT (copt,)    FOR SALE  TEACHERS requir7lalieTu^  nislied       harne       between  Roberts     Creels     apd     West  -Sechelt,   from  Suptembcr  1st.  Phone 8!"-2480 "��(ter 5 p,m  ,     ,6fiB0-3Q  FOR SALE (Continued)    FOR SALE (Continued)  N!Hi'''f^ ,W!Dle n,^    PLATFORM     ^��les,  , carS fi ^P. oilbosrd," as new $240?  !,..,�� tirVi  WJ��Wa*lauwn"       sweeper, camp cot, bumper BouMncliide.d 3fift extension  1ml   tJff,h*,MPSS*fft,Ail!    j3clf'  len  P'O  bowli,1�� bal1   6 laclderl'lf.'. Ph. 885-2380.  boat   VNTith. trailer   $450.   All    Jnuh joinUsr planer, 1(5 A. O^- ���                         .     6623-29  885 S^)l  ^na^t,pp   Ph   ',��� t,,li)0l. slf!eps ��� A..t ��� Je:    . , ^Z  HHa-^ipa,   . _                6001-29    Trunk    canopy. Phone 885- PW"V*3 bike, used oil heater,  2110. ..  Wednesday, June 16V 1971.       The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  -���>,  Press release,,.  . ��  6537-20  ojl range, lSiitprprise ip excellent '   ~cpridition.       Phono  17" BOY'S bike, $25 .alecfrjo    885-2270 after (Up p.m.  hot water (boiler 40* gls. $45,  Frig. 125 lb. treeuor, $85. 886-  0484 alter 5 p.m. 6570-30  6610-2U  SUNShjlNB COASJ  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Updenonr-'patiopc"))  Sunday Schot)! -"- 10:00 a.m.  Church Service *r- 11:15 a.m.  tivenina Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV/S. CASSELLS  Pavit "Joy Bond ond Arbufu*  (2 blacks up from Highway)  OHDBlt   your-   garbage   incinerator   at  $3.50 -each   fiom  _ Sechell  Kinsmen.  Phone v805-  2443. 6300-tfn  Mus-v $$1,1, ~i: qii-son Titan  . airiplifier pp. ^a^j-j-s. Qpipb..  t'liita.!- and: bajs, jirnp. also  siiilabie for organ or accor-  dian. New <$8.(W." VS -years old.  Sacrifice $;J0fl, '^ " 'offers,  pliorie���8rff}^��{|j.        ,'  6584-30  DUTCH   ���IIABBITS,   8   weeks  od,    -$1.75     each.     Phpne  885-0302. 6583-20  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibrpglass ��� Hope ���  Cany_as_-= J3oat-Hardwaro-  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES ���   . ��  .J,]97)) LTD.  Pliqne 886-fl'103, Qibsons, %p.  LIVESTOCK  PINTQ . gelding, * good- -trail  horse, light " weight saddle.  Phone   886-2010   after , fi   p.m.  6645-20  CJ-lHOMfil Itilcben , suUe^ for  sale,' ^Vgnted brass bedstead  for personal use. ,Ph. iisf>-  0685. 6586-20  ELECTrtOLUX Sales and Service.   Bob   Walthain,   Phone  805-0878. ���''     6503-tfn  HORSES forftsale-. Some rpgis-  fored    qu'aMer    horses.    Ph.  086-2373 evenings 6508-20  CARS 4 TRUCKS     -^  Bank of Montreal  The First Canadian Bank  DEEP freeze, barbecue, lawn  swing, umbrella and table.  Pl'v?  885 2804. 6505-20  DON'T   despair! . Huy   him. a;  'book  for father's clay. Cloud'  selection  at  the  Times  liool;-'  store, Sechelt.-Phone 885-0654.  060,0-2-)  IP IT'S suits ���- it's Morgans,  885-0330, Sechelt, B.C.  8803-tfn  1070 MINI Cooper. Good condition, must sell: 886-0353.  6556-30  1058     Zephyr-     Zodiac     auto  trans.,     running  . $75.     Ph  886-2373 evenings.. '      6500-20  1068. DATSUN   Deluxe~15Toi)0.  CONSTRUCTION AGGREGATES  DECISIVE public response to the Regional  Board's advertisement for silbrnissions on  the Construction Aggregates gravel .proposal has piovicted the Board with a clear  course of action to follow.. Chairman J  H Tyner said at Mie May 27 general  meeting. .       *   .  Secretary Charles Gooding reported a  total of 763 submissions, only 1 of \vhich  favbrccij.be devblpRment.  ���  Of this total, 103 were letters, 330,  copies of p circtil'ded form letter, 265'  newspaper chp-pids, and 28 briefs qr letters with multiple signatures. 65% of the  submission originated in the Sechell-  Selma Parle area, 13.% in Gibsons, 3%-in  Vancouver arid 17% in other areas.  Tlie question will now be studied by  ;conurrittee onNhuie-0 and a special irieet-  iiig "of the Board on June' 16 fpi- final  decision.  WATER       *".  It would not be econoiiTica'lly feasible to provide,.Hegional District water- lo  Heed Road ip the Gibsons area water  committee cihainfian J. h .Wolverlofi reported to the Board. Works superintendent G. Dixon estimated income at $2,721.  against   proposed     installation   cost     of  miles,   EKCuLienl   condition- ' -f*-?-600-   0n'.l"P  "/  this   there-appeared'  plications in lhe tn-pa be held in abeyance  Until the study is concluded.  - The  planning  committee  endorsed  a  ���recommendation   by   director" West  that  the Rosamund-Chaster Road ip-cyi bo re-   '  zoned R II. If is presently It I.  FINANCE  A riiling/ by l|Ve -ppRfli4mo.nl ofMl>i"'-  iviP'U Mm*, tbut Qibspfis Village may  not partipipsde in. tlie ftpglqiiui District  resei've ���fond wjll resnij. in. the lassj of  sqipe $.-lG.-000 for Gibspps sewer finane-,"  ing,.director. Wcf-t, \vlio Is -chairman pf the  fincrnce  committee,  told  the  Board). >  Director West inferred thp ruling.had  been  brought'-mf by  the village protest-  -over paying $"','"00 toward the f-und.  " The- povernfnoHt���doeisiqp    .left  the  Hoard;, with two,; alternatives for i'-aising  lhe_ $60,000   fund  which   is   r'e'qiui'ocl   to  .  ^ciovpr  tiie,.District's- water, system loan,.  West said.  The simplest method, would be to  add .the $60,000 to' the main Joan but  this  .Ultilimately. would,   cost - $00,000   in  . borrowing charges. Another way   would ���.  be lo tji,ke cut a: short term bank loan.   ,  This   would   require  a   M-   mil)   tax   to  serviced  areas  for a period of fi years,  but   would   save  $78,000    in   borrowing  charges, West pointed out.  PBNOER HAWOUR  TABERNACLE   **  (Uncienominatjonal)  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CUSS  9:4S A.M.  CHyRCH-S|:Ry!C|---ll:00 A.M.  Pqstor Rev- Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  fHE ^6ti(3AN CHURCH  ' .    :. ;{[)F. qANAPA   ��� :-.  "   ��� ������. ,       spRYI^ES   '  St. Hilda's^, Scelich. Family Eucharist 9:3,0  a.ff).. (2pd qpf} 4tb Sunday). (Ho|y. Eucharist  ll oypry Supa'ij-y'^t'd'a.m.' ?:3Q a.rti. (1st app  3id|). Every Thursdqy at 10 q.rn. Evcnsapg  qt X:--*) p.rn. (2nd qnd 4th Sunday).  St. M***Tfsf Ciorilfiin- Bay. H"o|y Eucqarlst^-rr.  Vj:30 q.rn. (Ist and 3rd Sundqy)..  Egmont.  H)o|y  Ecn-hqrist77-2 p.rn.   1st apd  3rd Sundqy). '���'-.-     *    :  Church of His Prcsencc���-Rct*rppffs.  Evensong���3   p.m.   oyer   2nd   Sunday.  'Hqly  cucharist���-3 p,rn. oyery 4fh Suncjqy.  Priostr^RoY. P. Pppplo,- Sechelt 08S-97?lt  .f 1,450. 888-7427 after 5 p.m..  ..  G('07-tfn  i005���".AUSTIN   Healey   5piulc  sports  car  in  good   running  condition.  080-0347.'  Ph.  Ljoans:  COMPLETE     set     of     pearl  ''drums,   $l"25.   IMi.   880-2775.  0518-20  HAVK   fuii   in   the;   sun   with  NEAR    new    8ft  Camper.   What  088-2775.  888-0603     or  0028-20  Over" .pah  offers?-  Ph-  0506-31  yourmon  "At the Bank of .Montreal, we're  flexible abput gr^ntina Jpans. Eaph  application is judged on its individual merits-Tv  Joe G, a TV repairman:  ,ll always wanted a mpbilecamper.  My Bank of Montreal manager not  only loaned me $4,p0O to buy the  camper, he showed me how to dovetail the (pap With *" saying-- program.  I now take my family on camp-outs,  and my savings appoupt is growing  mopth by mprihVNo doubt a|jout ii,  I got ��*ny money'si worth."  ' ARTE X' DECORATOR  paint. Painting supplies on  hand. Book..a party. Share the  wealth. Private instruction  given. Secliell and'area representative, Myrllov Alexander,  Madeira Park B.C. Phone 083-  2551 or 885-2072.'      ,jjB"52-3.1-  RECONDITIONED    Elcclrolu.s  lor sale.  Phone  885-0878.  6608-31  HOLIDAY TIME SALE  Sf.EED &' STAN^S-^  to be very little demand for tbe service  by. potential  user-'  the foirunill.ee  found.  In his report to the Boaro Mr. Dixon  expressed' appreciation to Selma Park  water users for their patience during-the  recent changeover in that, area, which  resulted in a number of stoppages and  temporary discloroation of watei', The  new mains are now fully operative, he  said.  Increased water *" pressure should be  noliceable'in Sechelt. and West -Sec-bell  when new mains lo those areas will be  put into service, Mr. Dixnn  reported.  We .admire    the ' cleverness    of    the  scoundrel more,than the innocence of the  samt.  1071   !v & C Thorrnuglass   Hit  Oins,    camper    tup,    sleeper  scats etc   Fitted  with  1071, 50  H.P.    iivinrud-" . Lark    (dec.) '.  Both units had only 4 lus use.  Sucrihce    al    $1,005.00    cash.  1060   Saiigsterpral't    10ft,   top  c'ii)drlion, oars, cf.cF icady to go  ijilOO     fill,  ppr*}.    ppeds   "some  work   i{i2i) ' New_ "hylop   llfe-  jac|cp|s   (2) nfl   uuufi t Ancl"'|i',  chain,  inpp c|e. $15 campilolu.  5  gal.   fank,  pew,   "t.20.  Phcine  065-i)3;-6 . 0620-21)  cmwi7^  argc     sleel      Intrik.      Ph.  1165-0(107. 0507-21)  0 ij.P. Oardon Tiller 1170.00  ���I III': (.larifen Tililcr $150.00  3 II.P, tiardon Tiller $120,011  I'ardun Whoulbari'uwii $0,ill')  each.  MARSHAUU WELLS ���  ������������;     STORL  Trail  Ikiy Hcirdvyqce Ltd.  .'I'eJ. UII5-0II26,      .  SAFETY CENTER  Powell  River  1061) PLYMOTH Eury 1 8 cyl,  4 door aulo. P.S. P.B.  ,radio.  1.069 PLYMOUTH ���Fury II 8  cyl., 4 door aulo. P.S. P.B.  radio.  1068   l-'ORD   8   auto,   4   door,  radio.  1065    PONTIAC    Conv,    1060  Pontine 4 door sedan, P.��>.  P.I.J.,  4  door  radio.  1068   CHEVROLET .Impala,   4  door b/lop,  Vt' aulo.  1070    METEOR    Rideau    500  4   cjooi    sedan,   V8   auto.  PS,   PB.   lacho.  lOljfj-  VOl^vSWAqEN"   inoo  rOcetJo, _ i  min   BUICK   QS'ui'lii,   V8,  2-  door   buckets,'   PS.    P,B,  radio. ../"'������  11)05 IS^USU Hju'llot. 4 door.���'.'  1004 FORI) qaliixii: XI, 4 door-  b/lop,  V��,   P.S.' MB.  1064  'STUDEBAKEH '4   dour  ��� _    sudiiii, ������ ��� .' ��� '   ������  1060    Vt)L,KSWA(:iEN    Beollc  1057 FOHI) ',������ Ion I luck. ���  11)01)  MEIICIIHY   Vt   loii "lung,  wide,   box.  II  ply   rubber,  4  spued,  1067    CIIEVHOI.ET,    I'lupsid'i,  box,   ib   tun,  iijilil   wln.'iil;;,  .liuiii|iur,   4   spued,   2,-1000.  iirigiiinl  miles,'  llllili CHEV, '.ii loiigwide Iio.n,   '" ' Brunei    new    engine!    and  IrniiMiiiitiMijiiii. aulo,  10113 - PLYMOUTH   ' Co'nvcr-  'llblo.    Tlieso Units Mubl .Move    ,  |:ariy tmiii<|)oib|lion I'diil  ,   nn M'i)or Pnrchriboh  Your T'nynln Don lor  ���������      SPIrED ��., STAN'S,     ,  SAPLTy CENTER LTD.  ,   70S5   i;)uii('cin   S|,  ,M'ovypll Rivur  Ml li-lie- MVJT/:\7  ATTENTIOiN   UHE IT  WHITE  HI'ACK  AT'l'HACTIi  ybur  litter  is fustas dirty  asanybody  The Unired Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Dovis Boy  Supday Services-9;30 a.rfi.       ...  Roberts Crook United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church   Sunday-SGFvtces���l4ffS-i37mi ���  -PLANNING' -���   Power boats will be banned from most  small lakes in.the Sunshine Coasl Reijio-  na!  District in  the near/future.  The.May report of/the Regional. District planning c.-ornniKlee urged the ban  on Billies,.Garden Bay, Hotel, Bear, North,  -KokoiT-io-and Kleirr Lakes. It also i'-ecoriV-  mcinded a .'i h.A limit hu esjltd'-lished on  West Lake tNelson Island). Cbciirman  Jim Tyncrya-uconimended spepiar'study  of Ihe situation' on Ruby' and Sakinaw^  Bakes.       ' .     "' ^  An iipt'lieation to build a Hotel-Marina  t-uniplej/al thu present site c?f the Wakefield  Inn was objected  In by  t*iu Board  orr lhe udvice of area director G. Thorold.   tfl  pircutor   Thorold   said   his   principal - \$&  objection to the project as- presently planned was concerned with a breakwater tp  cxtepd 700 Jupt otfshbre. This wpuld  interfere wi'lh  murine  Ira flic, particularly  lop  Ononis,  jlf!  mpd. ,i ,  DJicc-U'r- Thcirold also ipado l|io Voci-  opimendalion thai tl|o matter of /.oniny  in the Halfmoon Bay area be entnely re-  "���**"li!iJ.liMod: fie suggested land use studios  l?.V Ibo P|sl;!'icf planuini,' director and the  planning ponunilleo as well as public  hoarinf-s, with lhe aim of climinalinit all  irrc/UiUu-ilies arid ih.upprnpnatoiiuNi; jp ||'o  p'rosont  ���"opinij.  Thc Board enilorscd ihn rocoiiiniondn-  lion wilh ll.io siigguslion till ���iczonlii/- ap-  '''00*0****0**0*000 00*0000000000*'***0*'0**"*\  " Pprt Mellon gi,jtpd  SnnclQy Services-7:30R.m.  (ind and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Baptist Church Services  BETHflTlAJPTJST CHMRCH  Mermqicj and .frail, Sechelt  Sunday Schppl_L0:pp a.m.  Mprriing Wprship 11: T5 g.rn.  CALVAriY BAPTIST CHUIICH  Park Rd.< SiN��ns  Sunday School ?;43 am.  Ever-ing Worship, 7;p0 p.m.  ���    Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCbME AWAITS  YOU.  SECURELY AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� Th.;- free reminder pt coming eyonts is p service of SEGHELT AGENGIEJ)  Pote  may  n-'  TOTEM CLUB  0  uLJULl I)  W  !5?  ��� 't.1^4  suiBloufjea  terqbplaineK  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN DMLL  Jqckpof $300  $75 TO GO fi  ^ DOp'pi PRIZE T^r      l  00000*00000000000*00000*0000000000,0000 0001  LTD. f-hono ("enihsuig Times diroct-for free irstinas, specifying ,;  Pad". Piepse notp ttiPt space Is limit"3d and some ddydnco dales ... .  have to wait ttieir tprn; also that tHis Is a --'reminder" listing aniy aria  cannot always carry full'details"' 'J"'      '"' "'"'" "'"  WWWWlk^^  June   16���8  p.m, Sechell  Legion  Hall.  Binpp. .        I -  Jpnc  1V ��� J.30 pm. Scchojl Lcqion Hall. Seninor Citizens ��ranch 6?  rcfiu|ar mpepng. ci'2��y������������������ '"��������� -^.:-  Jijpe  17���7:30 p,n^, glbiop-, Allflcljc ,C(ubhop:,o. Scq Cavd|cacJ"e tnaa\,  'one 18-From 9 ci.rp. V/iN] Grce)t Ha|l." Coffee party pad Sports Day"  ���/,   pf'Schpf>l, - , - ������'���< ." * >> "���**" * . , ,:*.',  .Jiipti I8--8 p.m. Sccpplf '\ndinp Hall,  &ippa.  Jfinc 19���1-3 pm   Glbspns Unlled Church Hall. Flowers'of Hope Tea,  Host:,, Gibsons Lo-C Group.  Jrrnrr 19���2-8 jj rn   S|. Hilda's Hall, Suchcll. Garden Cluh (-"(ewer Sfipvy  1    and^Teo. - . ���'���'���.��� '���'"'  Juno 19 ' t'rmn dawn to "5:30 p ni   Secliell f'oc( apd GLin"*Sa|rr)*-p Pcd'y.  Jnni; 19    6 fi.m, Sechell ("od arul Gpn Clubhouse. Seafood dinnpr.'  Jiiiiu I9--7 p.m. Sp!ma parK HpII. |-ql|ar pqy Sqinls Spcjqj fc'venipn.  -   tvcryppi'��� Wofcbrrjq, '���   , ,        ,-.."���,,  June 20-2 pm: Mni'-onic Hall,  l^ljerti" Creek  Public liiM-nilqljqn of  Job's Pcipfihlors.  ���ji'ni* 21 2 p.m. tlioiK-.li 38 OAPO, Keimlqi'mueMnp dl |-|Bq|||i Cenl'-'l'.  Glb,',oris,     ���     .     - -      ���      ���    , "  J|iiitt'2l'--B'li.m. Si   lllldri'i. Hall, Si,'c|ki|i, Aimnijl Mlp, Supslfine Cpa:,l' '  ���,   Sr, ClllzQH!,'ljoii.',inn SoCiioly,      '"i"-' 2l* ���'-"-"'n-  I I nm, Secliell Lpnlop |-|o||, |-|o:.p||p| Aip<|lioiy Bnv-  niImi Style Annual |.i||ic|k;o||, _  ASK fpfi OjJR FRPE. CATALOGUI;  OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Lilting Sondes  Vqncoiiyor Rea| Ettata  Doard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  NCIBS:r-|tP,  Phone 885-2235  If  ;0 U*f0fi  wmmmmtm  mmmmmmmma,  in ftlomod to twnwwf, that W" imp heen arwrtml] our Chtirtory Wo ��� would I Ilia to tfiho  thin oftfwitimhy to frtyift, tlio u��n"i>'l put-tic id imrtlolltota hy ptirptintiinu a nwnthor-  stiff* from nuy ot tho followfno Exocutlva;  Wi BnYSOfVr ~ PiQBJiloiit - PayiB Bay  A. JAMES �� Vina PrasMont - *po����t Mifjhwuy, Gil>->��iu��  i  V. ANPfEBSON��� Soomtiiry-Trous-uror  V. Frwmko - Conut Hifiitw-iy, Davis Huy  A. Gibbon ti *, Gow��t Hi()liwiiy - Sacholt  H. Kooloy - Wil no it Crook  0. Ilonnio - MoCuIIomhU ftd., WIUopi'Croak  ,.���.,*..,-.,.,..,  - *vi��;Ci��lloiir|l) Rri,( Wilson Crook  f. Ilwiot, - pomjt Hlnliwny, Willi on Crook  P. Mm croft, WM&on Crook  M. Tor fit - Will-on Crook  A, Ciiroy ,*> finm 11 Do|>l Court, Socholt  |VI^MP^R6HIPtFSI;-I6^2;00- ��� ���: r��� r~��~ ���:   I'-iIiihVwu I|0|i| Dili fll-d Oi:nii'Hil"iM-Mil||ii,-('*u jjivljiVJIiu \Jmulivu Hi-iipI i-f llni %Mi,ty Htilp\iityin,ai\'A <.,.jiii  h'luiiily Av.rii jrillun;, iiimI lip) IIhIikI n| ||ii��|��,' jo fi|lm)il u iip-|lnu i))\ lniin ',,'.[ iil/:,|ll \\ in nl Iho Wll'.uM ("nii.i  CrnnmittittyAhiHrAha f?irrr-m��?--��n*IM<T*nrTTfWnttn?r*wilI"f��J***fTTTTrnTcn 'i-iii nfm. hinimi,' iTT.fr*'|rir"*'ffii;T"!,i7pJ7i)ili uiiif < u  n'-fRfnffnn nf nprh'�� ixvnif Ivn Monrt) (IDA",T|!"5'  It* lrrpl��P'li1()iriii||  i��!|i)||i'|��J lul niil T lilt I ii|ililiriiii]ul|iiij  TI��l��*4yeflJ��e'i)ent li-pol publlflifld or diipliy��d l)v (1)9 Uqiior Conlfo) poaid or fty Hip Government ol B/iU��li Columbia  "    \  '"',".- , '���".'...���'. i   , ' ���;",..  ,, , ' . ,* >  .*  ���:t  ���i,  i   i  x 1 ' *       '' w       ---',. w. , ' ' -"■ "        ! 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lospitcd Auxiliary
Annual event,,,
77= -7 C-7S S7-| T
prepares for June 'Luncheon
T^AST weotine, licfnrp tho summer, pf the ot tho Aiyxiliavios i"1 essential, providing
.So(-hr«lt Aiis'tliacy tp S(, Mnry's Hospital sowipos that a vahie cannot,he put cm.
was holcL.Tune 10th, nl 31- WW-* Paviah Tl\is s-ervico must )ic sttnrly or pot nl
TIiull, Mrs. Fayo Lewis, President \yel- all; a, volunteer piust ho pppared lo con-
oonied ijiie-it -neniliers pf Halfnioop "May, timie on once they stavl. To lyy for a fay
dlhsons,' ancrTtph'erts Creek. AU A\l**ifrr=—wucrlis limn emit (.-miTrl.do .moro liai-'rt ilian
' ' good. Pa'ients are to he encouraged in
doing as much as possible for ihemselves,
tbe trained staff-will of ropi'so" know the
limitations of the patients.
Miss Ann Hopkins,' Director, of Nursing, concurred with the former speakers
enlarging    pn     the    entertainment _ for
- Page A-4 The Penjnjufo Times   jffgriy gJcje benefits *.,
Wednesday, June 16f 1971   .
, patiepts, such as putting on special little
parties for special occasions, A' pvpgrpm
Will be set up as to the: physical aids and
the   aptivity, a,ids.   Everything   dope  ,lo
make the pafient Fee-1 there is a tompnwr
the .Auxiliary, their cont apt with Ihu,outside world.
> '   After  the- speakers,  \v\\a\p  wei'9   all
most inlerchlipg and in fort"'alive, a fuies-
tion   anil   answer   period   followed.   The
Telephone; 88579515 - Telephone: 886-2912~
W, Philip Gordon
Tel: Biis. 88^271.4; Res, 886.7§67
Hqrrls Block, Gibsons, B.C.
t-"i.  ■ .-'        ."• ■   .
■ i'J.'H.H' "II. I   I   .1! ■ !■!■ L.I.I."! ,'»'...1 1.1. 'J.)  "'...I M ... Wi ■   .J...   ."
Repairs to large or small appliances
Davis Bay Phone 885-9318
ml   .   ..'..'        .M.U  Ui...U.).'...i.H'.UlB..l.i..l.IHi.^     ..."■*     '
Telephone 886-2069
Pottery, Supplies, Glosses & firing
dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products '
Pine R<j, & Grandyrew Ave.  >
P.O. Bote 62, Gibsons, B.C.
Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires
24 Hour Towing
'.    885-2812 jBr_80i9979
vie.1" were invited tp hear U)e giies-l Speakers on extended care. ., .
- Compliments weie extended to the
May Ray Float Committee, Mr"?. F, Connor, Mrs. Margaret Humm, Mrs, Mildred
Moore, Mrs. Marg. E&pley, -Mrs"' Qelia
Mebsner and a, BrJecial thanks to My.
Charlie H.umm for his kind assistance,
» • Discussion was held on tlie foytjiopm-r
ing-June-Fest, the annual luncheon, plans
are well underway in the capable \\tp.ds
of Mrs Ina Grnfe and Mrs. Mai-g-m't
Humm, there is still need for a few more
willingi workers. The delightful posters
.advertising our .luno-Fest are tlie till
work ol' Mr. Kurt Reiohel ■■ ,
Mrs, Lewis. inU'.Qdi'P£d the splicers
Mr. A. Wiigemai-eiV Adniil\|sti'at("T,' Mi"'
J,, Lewis, Physiotherapisit apd Wiss Ann
H[c-pkirvgs, iQireptpr >a!*t?Jur'-.ing. 'Pi?? R°d-
gers was unahle to attend so ..Mrs. Lewis
read'liis"interesting' pRpei- oh Extended
Care, :   • -
Tjie first "Extended Care unjts. in B.C.
.\vere 'brought into being jn 19*3*5. *At' this
• tiine the Government extended-finaneia 1
coverage to lhe section jof the. clyfomp care
pppull-ticin. 'requiring hospitalizatipn.
pCiHJ.s; pays; the operating apsts, the
patient being responsible for the co-iu-
suranpe pf one dollar .per day.
PefinitKin of Extended Care Faciil'ty..-
Tli'is' is a spiebial type of facility which
pro-zides skilled persona! nursing', services
■ and eppstan| gradtfa.le inp-se spper.vision
to patients'i'erujiring t.his_ 4ype of pai'f"
over .long period of time". .-■,-'
Patiepls puist be medicajly mtd'^esi-
dentiaUy (?lig}|-le. Eligibility is present ly,
determined by a B.C.RI.S. assegsinent cif
a written appipation on,behalf of each
patient which originates wiih the
patient's personal physician. This application is first processed through an Ex-
tended«Carei>Committee. ..patients piedi^*
cally eligible should bp such that their
condition' does not i"equire the daily niedi^
cal supervision of an a:ctU§ hospital.
However, these patients will require nursing services with graduate nurse supervision over:a,long period of time, An &%. -"iiiSii"-' Wk-Wm>■«>■?
ample-would bo-a paliem^with-^Mciltiple
Sclerosis, without any current acute eonvr
plication, who is unable to get out pf bed
or walk without the aid of an assistant.
In summary the extended care unit
has its primary concern the long tern\
maintenance care of lhe patient- whose \
mecjieal condition js stabilized and who
thps dops not j-equire acute hospital pare
and who jia.s beeii.' assessed and considered
to have little if any potential for return;,
to the community.
-An organization such as the Hpspital-
-Auxiliary could  be of immense value ip*l
severa'l   aspects  of Extended "Care-;  In"
most instances the extended care unit will
j'eoorne- lhe patient's new and pernlanent
home,  A  phenomenon  known as  "instil
•titiiionailizatipn' has been nntiped tp occur,
ip patients confined tp a hospital for long
periods' of lime; ' .'■—•
This .lia.s .boon, most apparent, ip Psy-
cbiati'ic Hospitals in patiunls with chronic
illnosstis who are rnnfirK'd 16 the institution for months und -/'-urs. The patient's
nioptnlt„ horizons .shrink, ho becomes,,
totiillydcpundoirl (iU--"ihi) attending Ktirff,..
• 'his oyvn in(|cpoi)d(M)i.'n lieciiipipg. .submerged and .forfeit, .Such nn occurence it
especially likely in people whose resilience js decreased by age arid illness. Tp
prevent this, lhe Auxiliary,11n conjunction1
with lhn staff, should firstly he a\yaro
of the poHsibililies of ilK occurence, The
patient's independence should be guarded
(ipd  Itih l ered.     , , •
,'     Vlfiiln from mombets of'l))e Auxjllni;y,'
wTiiPli cpiistltiile conlar'l with p ne\y face,
pyi." nl.sn an 'nssiiruncrci' to the patient Hint
urnnepno, other tin'm the stuff who is obliged In Hce Ijie, jiulleiit, Is «Iho InloreHted
in Ji|s„ welfnrci, Tluise' perarinul  visits  are
probably u'f greahir iiiipoi'tu'iice,1 l|inn the
r (inilpcildn nf funds to make availiible TV
, uel«; iiewpnperi' unci iriHguzliieH, iilliougli-
llljfi lullrtr'would IiImo of cniirse hcilp,
An Idea  whleh  inlghl   l»> worth <'n(|.
,  slderini- would be for Indlvdnul piomber,'-
(|f the Au-'fllury I", us il were, "ndiipl'Ni
piirllculiir piillnnl nnd fur tlieim iii(iin|*iiiV«
in   huve   ii>  pei'-iiiiiiil    iiili'inui    In    Ihul
pulleiil'ii widbrre,, This, of course, would
< onliill li wiimlderiiblo Kiii'i'llien In time nnd
'   el'fni'l   on   lhe, purl   ul'.. mu'li   ipeinherH  uf
■ tlie Aiixilliiry, Ibiwevei', nui-ril'irn nf lime
mid ellui'l Iiiih nul ,Hi'i'ni<'il hi dnier the
, ' inenihorfi 'of lhe Ijospltiil, Aiixlllrleti Hi
The Aduiliitsli'iilni' Mr,  A,  Wn/<einii'l'iii'
1 wiiii III'' next lo -pi'iik nnd he npnl<e nf
"  llie  »,ypn  of   voliiiili-er   necderl,  tfuiuenriii
w|iu run  lin'vit  love  for  Iho pullehl   and
Iioiii  pullj idnfl', Ihlii  Ih  IIi'ii exlrii  lllpe U
Vulill|l«'i'r CIUI, M|»ei|d   li>  ni/il<"   life -worlli
■ living, A plioip ill of gn'iil")ie||| ninl It In
" Ip he liuped Hud' their will lie one]
• : -'Mr, .lohn L'tw),**, 1'liynrnUierfiplNi Hpolco
next. The decent In on ircllvnllou put
l|ie'|ilil;leilt In UK, cloiie a r/ejullrin, lo llPllie
(ni  poiirjlble,  creiile  n''l|-i'<i«pec'l, TlM;,ifilu
binning question, when will the «eW
udchMnn be.„ ready? Whenoyer it is tjie
wnmeii volunteers will be ready. See' ynu
at  the June-Fest, June 3-ith.
Owing to the iaot that a valued member, Mrs. Ij'lsie Johnson will ue iru'ving
away, Mrs. Peggy Connor will finisl*, Mrs.
Johnson's-term of Publicity Chairman.
"THE TRAVEL industry Will probably
be worth $500 million to the pennomy
of I'ritish Columbia in ltlTl. Important as,
that -is, there are other" benefits to be
derived irpm lourism, such as> triuiulship
apci understanding among peoples. That
is why I ask you and every citizen ol tlie
province to join me in support ing Wel-
cnme-A-Visitor \V^ek which is to be oh-
surved in ltritish Columbia Irani June
11  to 20."
Thai's the invitation extended by let
ter this week to every mayor in tl\e province by, lhe Hon. \"*'„ k'. Kiernan, Minister
of Travel ludirslry.
"It   is, significant  thai,  while  British
Columbia is known around the world
for its'spectaculai scenery, actual surveys
show* that mosl visitors to'-our province
return to their homes with feelings tl\at
they experienced genuine hospitality
here," Mr. Kiernan said. "Perhaps the best
Way to mark WelcomerA-Visilor Week
would be ta encourage the continued de
monstrations of hospitality \yherever e^cb
of us Has fhe opportunity tp. meet people
from' out of town, nut oi prov-ipe*", 'md.
out of the country."
"jtfelcorno-A-YJsitQi1 Week is being ce-
"' lebvated In both. Canada and tlie United
States under (he impel us pf the America^
and Canadian copters of \he Spoiety
iof Am^inuan Travel Writers and w»Ul the
endorsement 'ol fhe Ibis,pitality Council of
the Travel Indt"s*~fy-~Assc"oinl"up' rif Gan-
The slated puvposo  of the campaign
•  '"'is to show-the world lhi"t Panada roajly
cioTs-"'welcoin"^irifs_visTlf)i-s anc| iq demqfF"
(sfrale to Canachans themselves how much
'visitors mean tu the country and its hal-
ance of trade."
The militia was* called opt whop
miners went on strike al Wellington iq
BICYCLES       e
' ^tcYCtfs^rwNiirrimTOf^crccBs
Call Quick D\ck of Cycle Sales'&Serv'ces at the
RENTAL SHOP - Phone 88*»-2848
Pender Harbour - 883-2403
—r .„._ .    ~  —
For Expert Plasting
Phone 885-2304 L, C, Emerson
R,R. 1, Sechell, B.C,
BUILDERS   (continued)
High Quality .,, . Reasonable Prices
Buy p  Package and erect it yourself? or get
our professional help.
GARDIM  BAY, B.C, - Phono Eves. 883-?723
Vince Brace-yell at „
886-7720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.
For Hbrizontal, Vertical True Log Building by
Your One Stop Building Store
For All Your Building Needs
1(^53 Seaview - Phone 886-2642   '
Dial 886-2808
When-You. Need Building Supplies
Give Us A Coll
Cut all sizes. Timber and  Plank.  Dimensional
Lumber and Plywood. We deliver on the
Sunshine Coast.-
Check Our Prices Before Buying.'
1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.
Phone Vancouver: 3*11-2388 7 Loop): 886-7036
Box 517 - Sechelf* B.C,
Phone 885^132
. j       ,'„. 9
Our Cabinet Units Are.All Prefiinshed Before
R. BIRKIN — Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C,
Phono 8,86-2551     /..,...
Founclqliohs - Driveways etc,
Alf Harper Office 883-2240
Madeira Park Res, 883-2223
LTD.     _/■   '•   -_
Fill, Cement-Grqyfel, Drqin Rock, etc,
Box 89, Madeira Park    ,
Phone 883-2274
Excayatian,s - Drainage - WateHines Etc.-'
.   Business Phone 886 2231
Home Phone 886-9579
Tel: 886-2938 pr 985799.73
•"   Gall Us For Mflwr Disposal Needs.   .
When Renovaffng Or Spring Cleaning.
Containers Available.
Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring
Electric Heat-l.ine Work
Phone 886-7244
Free Estimates
Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.
Residential  Wiring and Major
,  '   ,     Appliance Repairs
PHONE 885-9978
Box 387, Sechelr, B.C.
Electrical Contractors
Wiring Supplies - Electric Heat
Serving the Sunshine poas- fpr g quaffer century
''  j" "Ji ')'   'I.,  i ." J1"*1. •'.! '.'.' .'    'J".!"'.■' ■      il 11      ■'  ■ 1    hi "1 1 11    ■   11'  11
Serving the Sunshine Cqclst v/ilh reliable and
economical Cooking, Healing and I |o| Water,
Phone 885-2360
Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.
fpr all your
Phone 883-2663
Excellent JaciJilies available for boarding and
riding your hprsfe.*
*  Individual-Paddocks'*  Lighted Sawdust Ring
* "4 mile Exercise Track * Bridle Trail
R.R. *., Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-7729
."■^elcDme tp The Roorshine Copst
Specialists in 'Cleaning -. Floor Waxing
Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning   '
Phone 886-7131 -Gibsons, B.C.
, 1—_. r——	
Specializing in:
Pqper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,
Rug Cleaning^ 'All types of Building
Maintenance. .'Floor Installation.
""'-' "*■'..' '"" -'"'   ■ Window*Clefaningr:^:;;-J1-^e— - -    ,-
Open 9 a^m. to the lost ferry
Home Rooked Cancidipn qnd V
Eufopegn Dishes
Tel: 883-2747
PHONE. 885.9715 AFTER 4 P.M.
. Bok 642 - Secficit. B.C.
1 At the Sign of Hie Chevron
Machine Shop — Arc ond Aery Welding
Steel Fabriicatinq — Marine Ways
Automotive and Marine Repairs
Standard Marine Station
Phone 886-7721       Res- 886-9956, 886-932*
G090- Riesel Repairs - Welding *
Evinrude Sbles 7 OMC Ports & Service
Boot Hauling
Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.
Madeira Park, B.C.
A<'-rnrri«i> ond IVu-I'oIm f.wriud
Conv«n»l''n,nl, f-'roniinfj
Call 883-2746
fl,Rf 1,Mo«l«|t«P«»k, fl.'C,
Piuti E->ilmai(}is - Ppfit 'ServlGtt
q & w drywAlu
~T'|.i>Ty,/yali,i:ir;(jri"i||r. oi)i| l<ixliir'"'l ilnlllncis.
N'iw iifuvlnu 1|li".</rii> nnm oikI'iImi I'/iriliiMilo
Phono 00-1-5315
;   Pok 166, port Mellqn, B,C.
Old Home» A Specialty
Slucco & Masonry Conrracior
Pliciho BW-9505    ,
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l^llclilna - I'xcovnlluni
885-9666, Pok  172, Socholt, B.C.
For YoUr Fmc| Supplie*
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086-9663 . Hopkins Landing
Spcql«ili*ln*j >p
Electric Heat
Phono 005-20(52
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Fhpno 885-2135
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Land Clciiirlng, Land i Dovolopmont
Road Building,  Road Work*
thm |B9, Sor.h«|r. »,C,
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Madolra Park, B,C,
Ginvol • Fill - Tup Soil . liiilldo/ln^
A-opdnr* Hi|'|l"|io« - Tricl'd
Phono 883-2240
PHONE 885-9550
Giiidi|i!i - IHI - l''i'|'l firriv»;| - Crinhod l<i»rk
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Kimtf DwftlneM C"«r<l
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cWrla Street Phono 885-2818
Madeira. Marina Ltd.
.jf Dcolers for:
Evi'nrnde O.M.C. - K&C Tlicrmoglass - Suqliner
' Spring Bol; anil Pioneer.
Also i"lumbing Fillings arwl Fixture!".
Pender Harbour -Phone 883-2266
Roberts' Creek
Londscaping - Shrubs - Frui* Trees - FcrlilUor
flurry Plants • Bedding Plants - Peat fy\oss
fnilly Licensed Pesticide Spraying for
] Landscaping ond Trees •
PJipnc 886-2684
Bol B|r»ck - Gibsons i
'.'  Fvery We<lnesduy'
Pornfl-"iif;» Ctmirriw.hA •■ Irrli'^fl'il
Telophono 085 9606
Ron 161, Socholt, B.C.
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Phono 895-9494
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Roy flloncho Madeira Park
8832401 v A83-2778.
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Gfbiont, 0.C. . Pfiona 806-7374
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at Davli Bay
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Phone 885-9713
Ladres' - Men's - Children's Wear
Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens
Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.
-Ladies' anaf Chiijfj!fefi's; Wear;
Upen six ic%fs a.week
Phone 885-2063
Cowrie Street/ Sechelt
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Mru, Mono Navies - 88S-9740
Fishing SMPpljiSs - Boats new and
Usecj , ., ,' Large & Small
89$ 9832 Sechell
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B.C- Land Surveyor*        *
Mafifle BMiltJing -Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B.C.
88S-2332 or ZEnith 6430
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Harbour Motor*
Shell Gqs and Oil and Repair-*.
24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.-
Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.
* Teh 883-2414
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Sunililno Coo»t Higlmay '
Pox \3, Gihtum, D.C, ) Plume 806.2700
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Phono 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gll.soni, B.C.
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Phono 886-2050 after, 6 p,
or 886-2873
,,m. i~  Wog|?H<��y/ llMite 16, 1.971      The Peninqnfo Time*}    ,    Page A-5  >M��IMl��lW��l��IW��MI��l��MnM^P��y��l|W>|l��l|IMIIIII������a��3����>��Mp��W����l��  >WHWHM��!'��tH��J'fWWi��WWWIIHMW��IIIU��  ��PIM  THE PuNINSULA^We-*  ' / /rioy _"���<- wrong, put I shall wof be so wmne as (a fail tp wx Vfl(d I bplieye to be right.'*  ��� r ���Jour* AiKiMSf  D0uci^s q. \i/iipj}{.pB, pditpr  t$yuvilff0m^muy0i)00i0^  pa��  IT. JS, mterpsting to note Hud wHiltp  '.'. .there iifc j|-p-,e among us \vho seek  Ip rcsiript ���(he: growth of t|-c community  fry ���.qfcjc.sttog (p Mny kiwi ��,l! ticve|pp-  njerit t'lvot niight be gonte'nip|a(ec|, (he.  ,. (riiMel jnd/iisiry is ^epPsiedTn *|ici worth  ' $5()Q i'Villion (o (his province in  IU71.  Mayer Bill Swain o!: SepMt' speii  things-.out 'it ;v r^cni meeiing ol: the  Regional Hoard when one., director tpok  it upon himsell' io objeei jo both a  marina project and a trailer-resort in  (he West Sechelt area; Mayor S\V(>in  iiiiii] was il lhe intention to locjc ourselves in our own ; little bi-ekyai'd and  keep the Snnsliine Coast (0.Qu.n��elYps.  - We have recently witnessed a massive demonstration by the general public  jigainsl a grave) opehition. fvfosi olMiie  objcpiioiis were .on the groiindy ���h'fl l|iis  is a scenic area -particularly we|l suited  to lhe pause pf louri-simrA large gravel  Operation. mighl have ruined it as a  tourist centre.  Nmv  ~yvii  have,  ii- wpuld  minute ntimber of sob sisters  WWmJ a  who do  nol wish lo see tourists here either. The  poignant cry or' one is Hwith a marina  we would,have all soils of drunk people  shoutjng mul making a poise as Ihey  arrive with their houis. Il Will be terrible for those.'of us who live near by!"  Strangply enough, li)e marina* project  is to be fronting a beer parlour which'  has heen in tsxisten.ee: cousiderably longer that adjaceiit residents and un'tij now;  there has been no mention of such, hc-  3;QT|MQ dtirjng plcctjons is nian'i'itory   i?i-^ist4^Uia���_4wd-uo)4*'uajiienpe���~wf-  siich   a   system,  we  would   assume,   is  that  a  far greater  awareness  of issues  l-1-.vinr- One' might wonder then, wliy  shon|c| it be assumed that a small bom  m'U'in'i Will pose problems?  : fhg simple. answer is���H is not likely  (0: WtltiQiir pi-esdnj diiy society seems  (p>be^pe pf prote-jt with no'ponside---  ittion far facts.(ind logic:The attitude is  *%e hiW'" otlr little corner, we <Ja-nQl  wish it oisturbeti, iip not topH (he boat  findr-r-tc! jiepk witjv you j-icxk*'.  This- does" not. help the Sunshine  Coast. W we are iq .reject industry that  ' might , be considered undesirable, il  would he absolute folly to go along 'whit  j\ campaign' lo/keep out all industry  whether of allpsirablp nature or not.  It must be appreciated that those who  poilje here to reljVp, or se!mi-Te|ire, away  from (hp r'lt-race and greater expense  of pjty jiving would naturally prefer lo  keep- Ihiugs that way. A few years ago  thefe niiglH luiVP b<"Ph a preponderance  of sygji residents pi* the Sunshine Coast.  ^jrnycyBiT^ypvingcr people' are coming  into their own and development is taking  plqco everywhere. In the process lii tie  ivory t'owprs at? POllapsing by lhe wayside.  Within thp npx.t yeajfs, -is hifliider  minded and younger people take their  pjilpc in lhe district, the .riai'i'ow paro-  ���chi'iii.sm which has restricted progress  sjve expansion for far (oolong will bp  so much water under (he- bridge. Mcau-r  While, it should be remembered--pihcr  have to Jive too.  often-a-ealjtmity.    ^-���--   ' - '     ���:.-.,���   ll ntight ~p*WT-*"ff1y, at tiiisi lime, *?r  ������'IT*  ���"���'       I     '"���    "���"������  v^    ��� ��� ��� r ' ������ * '?"'  . I'-  I' Wk*  * '&* ���*.  Letters to, tl\e cdifpy injistbe tfgfied by (lie ]rr(ter, although <* pvy-nqme may be'^sed for ppb,\\*.^t\pn.  Some mq$e,t$.  E("jtor, The T"mos,  Sir: 0n ^un%Y�� 'Tune Oth, 10?l/thc  Inst sprvipe yy$s \\aldJp *3t "Vfqry's-  Ghurph, Gaj-i'en Sfty-'^he chutph holdjs  mnny lrieinorips, gp)pg j)ack for over  thpty yeais, sp,me ^R{?y. sonrie, sad, for  many rp-,ic"pn1ts ol thjs p\ ea, and fpr some  iTipn"ibPrs of (he cqi-fjrpgqtipn galherprt  'for the fipql spiyipc at wh(Ph Cipipn A  Greene gnd pey. p, "popple olficiated.  Capop Cji-eepp spivcd the C|iurph as  rectpr Xt-r mftpy' yearsi picking up pan-  shioneis fiom various pqinib around ppn-  der ParbpHr op (he Cplymbia Cpast Mission ship "Jphn Antte1'! (aking llipm |o  .seivjee and delivpiing Hiem home afterwards, a|sp actint; Ps QiVamsl and piiest,  liply i pm--rl;ahle tpau  So,passp.s anhthpr (ig^ii-pn typm fpnr  dpr HfivhRMv. '"Thp pld prdpi; changetii"'.  Mapy yip.w this 'CJ^nt^p wilji feplirigs of  iipstalgia, pud, vPHrpii but jPRl'IniJ forward.  il is" hoppd pew plaps i'dr--worship wijl  en-iergi". that  Wil!-"Up satisfying arid  {'c-'  cppiab|e to all.-. # ; ..,,...��� ���;       -    -A WQRSHTPER  Edifpr, -|Phe f]fp^B,  Sir; | "vpfpr to ypur 'pad pditpriai in  ^ijesd-i^s^.pj^pi^I^i^^  JEiPfpifnal Board h^aVn'fi ]v9m 'TlS i"l"^e.r-  stapdvng ihp' mipd ot (l*e cpmrpHntty in  no ui'ccflatil "terms. '   ,  The reaspp I |iavp underlined thp' fqrp-  gpinri paragraph ks lha( anptjipr grave"!  pit- operation nl Spcpclt, Ihis ope op  Porpoise Buy, gpl the "iegipnal j^fiprd's  epnsopt, and is now ip operation in spite  of.nu'e"- protest  Somewheie   '"long  (he  Hpp   jp  tha(  \ pa,per we prlhPr didn't gel ouv message  *'ihrp-.)gh "in no unepitain rprms'' or wp  wefo igfrorpd.  Let Ihe^P jnvplvcd urthe Trail "gf-y  proposal learn fropi our ��expcr|epcc.    -1  vy   JQHN 13ISHDP,  president,  Sandy Hook ��ioneity Pvvpers1 At.su.'  Seehplt, p.C.  Great war  Edrloi, The Tunes,  Su. The Gieat Cjiavcl War iemind(-  . ipe of a .stoiy about a spedy Toolting phap  (^LC) hittpig ip a bus next to ap im-  marulatc looking gentlemap (II.fi) Tl'e  SLC lakes out his pipe and stukps q  ni.iUh The IkG says "Aflei yop with  thc match plx-ase" The BhC says "After  m��"!l I should Hunk so Whose B y  match ii it'"  So in Iho ipso o( \\\p giavel, whose  Jx===^ugi-a^aUiit=iiIUi: i          Thp sppQiittr-'and -   colorful ppemiprs of 14-iiiish Cohimnui  wasi Ampr |?e CQ^iip*', who VPpVIr"  seuted yictori't Bislricl in (hp provincial legislature from Octohpr Tf(71  to February, 1(174, and who also 'P5-  prpsepted Vipfprigr |n (lip Hoiise of  pornnripns in Ottawa frpm Mpyppiher,  }07j to July, Wl- j-ife wa"s, premier  from Decembet- 2a,. ll}?2 (p Pphrttaiy  0, 3074. B o v n Wiliiam Alexander  Smith in Winflsor, Nova ���Scotia on  August 2t),, i��2*i,, hp ..had his--namp  Prerniers Since Confederation  Amor De Cosmos  of the mo"st    officially rhangpd lo Amor Dp Cps-  tnos hy apt pfjlie California Ipgisla-  ItM'p. h l'Vhruafy. Iflii4, and psrnie to  Aa>-r��pp' RPinl ip Ihal- pdiiprial you.'',  say:  "A> 'a' fifift-'agpfiR-fip !i|?p Supslpne  Pptisl (ipgiqiif-l gi"'t��*iPt iiBs, feeph Cipldipg  hostile qiipstjqps frpih ratp'Raye'rs ... wheiii  it-/ powers pf ppf*|.rpjr through zoping or'  ptherwise, a,rp UHl Af) nqp-pj-istent."  As a spo|.as^ifi,r).fp-|- opp qf the canperu'*'  ed groups (. havp bpep Ipd ip believe lhat  ViflnHn   1'rmn   llvil   c-lalo   in   Mav  nf     "*'' p'-''.'M8���'- H����P IJpeM 'P*< i�� oertpyv inai  Iff     llLfhS fSdr3^hP Hegional Joard dpes have "powor of  :?     rA,��� ^ ,\cP ' ?A-'  ,,- j^indPO    coi*l.rgr>jn'Hi S matter. ((Admitiedly, t|iis  (he   |4|Hli|*-li   Colonist   ill   ViplpPta  m    f;qhtrol'cunhoV he pver t|,e Iprjian Reserve;  December of Ihal year, and (he Daily  standard (Vickiriaj in June pf ifj7Q.'  A founder in iyiay of Itjtifl pf the.Con-  federaliop I^pagtip, lie tfietl in 'V|P-  ipria July 4, fj$t apd was iwried ip  i'tLoss Ray Cpnipipfy-  but  it is over 11)0 Torpsliprej  I- juiye hpfprp mP ?4 PPRY-pf a letter  written  by a ly"]\ W- G. Bfy on he|ialf  J   S   B^OWWNQ  Editor; Tjie Times, ���'"���  ���' Sir': Qn (hp pVp pf* our dpparjju-p for  Uip (Jniied Kipgdopi, I aiii pleased tp Extend niy- sincere" appreei<itipn, (p, sdl rps-  idei(ts of the ippnfn's'uia whp haye ppntrjr  hittec) In (hp eaijs@_p|' send'jng (lip Reiidpr  Ht-rpqur' Sep. .Ip'pipr Girls pp tpp'rv flip  rpspp|-ise I'rprp corppapips, hijsjnpijS pPlh'  pjc; and indiyjdUa!.'' hp hepf) flVPi;wh|!ipr  m ffi? ^M?}}! an'flresiRpp Uils-WM  wm. mw\w& i \r-m\ thfit the'-pph'lupt  at stake and the type of pci-gop seeking  office js foremost in the minds of the  general public.  Mosl of usablior compulsion as law  abiding citizens, while we mighl protest,  we do conform to the ret|uirenienis of the  law. Many protested tlie recent federal  census but With almost insignificant exception the forms were filled iir* and  relurped as j-ptpicsfed. J-^  ��ThP point Wophi speni to be th'it (he  -average persons does  '-not objepl    (op  strongly to compulsory regiihitions when,  jifld   if, JUStifiSiUiRfl M\��\h. :.Co|iyersc|y,  consider pnd-of-ycar elections but-inost  pf us are only too well aware of areas  where pangc is badly needed- In many  cases terms of office expire this year  andthe (imp. is r^QW:to start planning  for that essential ehange. It is never  easy to find capable, responsible apd  qualified candidalcs, therefore it is never  too early lo start Jooking. This will be"  (he first stage���the second Will bp getting out to vole ip force.  Nothing revitalizes the public morp  (hap aiwutapjc op tht*.iiopkPt book and  thpre is little doubt thp pftst few moi#s  have brought this fact "home (o roost.  |( is a situation. |j!<ely ,10 WOfspn unless  Local contracts,;.  qf .Mr. Ft. fi. QqpdphUd, Pireciqr of l^nds/v *"*!' !jl�� $},% fmfl-,(hP!J; lHi.H!'P P.f{'P!'!s. Wjll  pp Viptorja, ( miqle (;wp felevanl portions Jps(lf.Y (hp f'tith; plappd pi Ihepi # sp  pi' that Ipttpr:        ��� ''   '    . ''.'������    fTIJin*? ,PPPI?!p-   .     ' ... ��� "  .:-,-i,y. .vlf'wtlip^vftegjflpai---" (District    wemr^^^My  strongly opppspd-^f^a1'particuhu- anpliea-*""^HPirt!lP tllPP (p pffer wqrdsi"f PPPfilji'r.  (ion (reeausp |t did iiot conform to zon- agpmpiit apd PPthHsiasm fqr jhB: Pl"Tjs  ing r-pgiiialToiis or Wss again'sl the.public "��f tips yeptprp. IpT'ipgloyy pf uynlyficp-  inlcrost,  qr whatpVPr good  rpason, "this    ^H OVPf tllP i-pajj-.af.jrtp pf tips f|rpf"m  ;'9p^th^J^'i;'fiy&*'e801S^  $o pet very decisively. Qpp miglp ppp-,    arp JOPSpsmd AP... mrAQf WW JfmAl  sider  lhe  White   Pappr  debapfe  as an    Ijf*?"rift'npf HlSh to seek_ publip oflicp,  raj  pj-ample. Of, on lhe (opal spenc, the pm--  posed grnvel operalion fit Selpia Piirk.  To continue wjt|i (pe focal scene,-  we Ijvc in rapidly changing limps and  .have long pasl lhe sjluaiion whereby isix-  payei;s were coiuept ip, allow a small  group of individuals to sit periodically  as their reprcseptnijves on < oupcil and ���  adniinisier the small,, amount f>li public  .business involved, ���.providing-no 'bonis  were rocked.  Larger sum'' of money are, at ihe.  disposal of elecicd' iddermpn, roads and  lanes, /oning, planning, pinking, pfirks,'  elc. are all lakjug pp promiiiepce on  ihe order of business, Demand lor rec-  reniioniil faciliiics is increasing and such  repucsis usually bring wjlh (hepi a m'u|li-  lii*fo of ooinplicat'ioiis. Much of wlpil  Council does or does"uoi do loday will  , play a grmii pari in the moulding of |||e  , people and comiimniiy of Hie funire,  riicrcfpie, jl should be obvious Mi all  wfio pay luxes, have un in'lef'esl in ll|e  I nl urii of llic cpiiiniiiuiiy or wish lo ���iee-  il develop prugicssively, llinl (Iipkc elected io office should be of l|i'c I'cill possible ciiliju'e.' _ t ;     ,,  . C'leiuly, lliis hiis nol always been ||-u  case in the.pasl ipid, of course', applies<  10 nil levels ()|j-.overpi!!L'n|) I.OCIll, pfOr  viiiciul or federal, I'prhiips, uuaii) on ihe  ''���loi'iil level, ihis is pipilciiliirly appllcnhle  lo'lhu Kegloiuil Dislrlci, a compnriilively  new form of local govpniiiieiji which;  llllless clriscly s|,u(||pi| cipild run renjly  Jio/t-wllil due |o' loo niiiiiy M|l|li|'e pegs  ip round,,holes,      ���       ', ;  'fipenkiiig |o Hip Mcc||c|i iiik| Dlslrlc)  . J '(hiwJh. ,iiQ.|!��iuiiijJ3;iL/ran!Jy��J*rl.uii."-  uipnl Alliuis Mimsler, Mini Campbell,  ..Jald lhl|ii{s,';|eiiily on Hie ||pe vylieu he  fold Ills Ij.sU'iii.'fM '"l||U'Mi|ul|o||N rest w|l|)  yOii; ll is il)) lo pconle lo ge( put mul  vote. |f you dp not like iiclfons of y'pur  'plc-'lcil   n!pM.'M.'l|liil|ve-(  ||   Is  up   (o  ynu'  in dp hoincihiui" iihi'mi li",  lhe MiniMcr,drew iillenliop |o (lie  liri'i iiiiii Miitrll pcrci'nlb'u- of vol era ii/rp  nul in ihe polls wilh" Hie R'fiiiH dim p  jK'iMin bus bi'i'ii known lo i'p| t!|ei'|i-i|  Willi -ll VUU- of lllpe 10 SJA wlH) ll ppleplllll  of live liuixhed viilers. UHlci linu'S |l Js  by nccliimiiilon which Is even worse miA  (hey luivp tp bp !!Pproi?c|ipd, in p m-  somibie mannpr and pni'-j'Hid^d to stipui.  This is. not always easy for most pepplp-  who are Ciipable npd Suecessfn) are fill'  lo husy 'looking ,i|fler Iheir own .aifajl's  io beconip involved in other things. This  js why we siiy, a start must be ipade  NOW. Apathy Ihik pi*t ns in some of  our cosily pr'edi''��uni"nis and only de-  leripinaiiou iind ��iPlii>n will ,gfc|, lis ��>iii..  Ct   ��� nir   ''  (>y   Rov, B,  J,  Wt(h  PRE-PAiP ^RSMWGff  'I'lJlMnS which cost iiolhipg pre usually  regarded ns of lit��lo value. The prh-'"  paid sols Up) value qf llm Biff which Is  received, and Ibis is true of noil's gronlosl  idfl lo'innhiTlie gift of efpniiil life Is'  free lo all w'm, come in ropeplance nud  fnilli to (*nd and who an)- for fqnsivene-ls  nf Hhi; yel n li;eipci)(|rniii price I)|��h hpen  pnii(, ninl h Is the nloullig |jfi!-bliiur| of  .1 ilium Christ, lhn oloi'piil ("oil nf Mo<l.  ���'The prini' wns paid-hi prei'|<iun bloud,  Iho hlniul of ChriniJ'  ������   'i'hn pvUw pf i-nlvnliqn Iiiih hp��|i pre-  'pnid, hul lhe" cost wns no higli Hint map  i:oiiM nnver 'pnV, Thiiruforw f'hid ))���� P"ld  it  iilinnelf, TIiIh milium pn�� rmW'f-u, Hi"  ����i��nt of hiiipih) need, nnd i|io d��pl|i-ol'  fjiid'H Ipvu and nmw In providing fnyl  it, -"(Ind  lover)  llio world " UUI'-'h Hml  -Jlo'gnve Ills rinly Hon, llinl ovewil!" who  , belliiveii; Ip  (llm should  pol  perish, but  ' jmvis i;li:riin|   |lfe,"     . '',.���'' .  ; All we linve'lp do lo Cpi.-elvn H||h dii|va--  lion In ii't'viiuin In ri!|H.'i|lniM'i.' niid fn||||,  'I'Iip price has  beep pr<i;p��|d, Thin  lit  f'iod'11'lovn" Ip d\\,  III  'HKIIi   Weslnrii   Union ��� Telegraph  Compiiny United ,i"r)il��li (!ii|iimhl|i and  Hm Unjlrid (iliUi.-M wilh n lelegrnph H*M).  Tho ilmiMi of Miii.'plu y/tit* (he |'|i:��| pi��>��-  ��ngo htyrlud'.    '���.-���.  SINGtE. classroom  additions  at   Pender  harbour Secondary School and Elpbin-  slone Secondary School.will be" built by  the School M.aihtpnai-pe JQeRartm.ept and  local   contr.'-ctqrs    dU!''ng    the  "wniuiPr  jpopths jf, yictpri*- approves yar-iation of  /rinds in rpferppdH" ?"p.J}. ^ ���������  li'ifiuirssing  (he '-'rpa((pr'" pi last ���WPPHf?  ponrd mpefip*?, (rnstPps^ gayp huildipg apd  ':grp;ppds;-suppi*ip(Pp4P!H?Bph - Bipipr   ap  p��pp  Vh  tfflpl  iiilPl.'  naiiep  stnffpd dpe (p the absenpp of % I'py pipn  Tljft prqjppis inplude building.1 ��f science facilities al Pender Harbour at. an  esjjipipcr) cpsl of $I),)I00, C'onslruct.ior) of  'ipusje pf-pgr-pppip (H.-popimpdiinr-p'n! ji*l-  pliinstonp and-ei-isling suione'e Inb reiio-  vatjons at Ponder Harbour estimated cost  Of $13,700.  Trustees olt'P apiirovrid expend il ore of  $2,1-00   from   nop-sbiirenble   capilnl 'ro-  scrve I'or (lie pui-cliiimi of one York,rake,  and one flair mower, ',..   .  ';  "yif.. I^inna rpporler) ihal-Mr, Eugenv  Aalilohski of, KJp|iins|oue. has .jicpepled  Ihe posMion.'if' Vieu-pripcipnl at |.'"niKor  J,ii|ie Sfcboql,  Pes|gnir(lo|m (nplrirled Mr. und Min,  Crawford) QIhsops apd Mrs, -Pri-scesky  pf. Mnduira J'firk, flrpundnuum Mr...J.'J. T.  Jam'(ig, Iiiih also i^nigned,  FEpflBAl, PRPQHAMME;  J)|sirji!l supei'lnl<!|)diiiil .Mr. H. H,  llniipu nnhl pe wns pol In n posilliin i<i  recommend n ryi/uih iravi'd'p'rogriuiuin.'  npfinnui'Ofl by (h�� |l"��.,(|ernl (iovni'limeiil an  hp did pol kp'pw C'nougb nhpul II, pari 1  1,'Ului'ly r|e|a||s rognrflipg ii|,'i.'qninip(lii��iiiii  iipil fjlpiperrmpH; .;,���',  If j>r<"|)or|y Pi'ipmi'-cd, Hie progi'iimnm  would '"-'em lo be a wunrlorl'ii'l opppriii-  iiily'..'Spy 'Ki'iiiJi- Ul ulinli.-iiiii io ulli.'oil nn  (���|g|)l"d|iy bl'-|jpgui|| Hprnhiai" Id Ol lawn',  for a nominal coul  of $UI per siiuii.'iii,  Mr. M��nn�� 'Mild thai liiformn^un,,wiis  )-e(;i.ive,r|'al ynyy it\)py\ n|i!|r,'i! pul "l|i��V.nf"--  )|)r:n'l|i|i) foi'ips, wljli'lr (a; belleyi.'d, wpuld  in, prpcemir.'d pp a fli;n| .inline, fliiil imiyi'il  iiisIh,  ||ijd' beiip j:|ri:u||ili.'il   tp /iriiilif  Im  iiiuii(,.|i!ii, T|i��i iliii.iMlon    io    jiiu'H'.'ip'ii"  would rcul wilh.'Iliir.pariinln iiudiiluilcnin  copiierpiHl-,  Th��-pfh>r   Is  upon   In   ;|,liull  ,'U*-*^Hr'i|lM-.4iiii����'tttudMnli>^llp'<'i��Mh'>id-.*Uiiiiiiilii��-  phen, blew Briinswipk in A.ugust are  Lygie Martinez from Elphinslone and  pandy Tail from Pppder Harbqip-.  Diiparlpient  would fee) obliged  to back  lhem up and consider disallowance"   md-i-  "... After "all, (he Regional Districts  have a direct responsibility lor planning  arid zftnjng etc, and helping to guide the  deyelopmenl oj tjioir respective areas,  and I.am suic they would be only loo  pleased, as, well as morally jiblrgod. to  at least hear and consider "tire"'opinions  and fpphngs ol.lho citizens m whose in--"  teresfs they arc, broadly speaking, actipg."  In fact, there is 1- standard procedure'  for gajninga Regional Board's consent,  or piherwisb." After, applrcalioii  is madp  (pjjhp pcpai-troent pf Xiond.s ipr'.an iipeiitt  I must pp( fprgpt flip pf-i-pnt.-? cqpcerhp4  who have done me the honor qf trus(ing".  their plpldren to-my tender mercies.  .T. TIER^IAk,  coach  Sechelt Lcgign Branch 140  G.*vJ,f.("5.  Over ppp hiipdl-pd pounds pf fresh herring kindly dppatpd by Ml'. Pill Cap-prop  ,wcrp Piuikaged ppd frozen jp the Typp  Prorju'clfi l-'lfint 911 Sipiirdny, .i.une .fitji py  'severid niombers of ipe Sopppii Upd and  Chin junior Club. These, herring wj'H'j-p  used py tho blind fJNhormop of tlie  (J.N.I.H. throii((hoiii (ho year on their 01-  gnui/.ed rit-lpipr trips in the VnncouVor  area.    ,  ..:. ' ,, .  , Ml', d- /-'iwift, pecrealirmal Phoctor of  of the C.N.I.P., hiis ospresiied the deeii  lipprer.'inlioii of his pniaiiizallon for the  efl'orls i)f nil eppeprnod ip (his projeel,  , This In anrillier exiiinp'le of Ipe n|innlulo  Pi'|-0Pei7illun- of loiiid businPMKipen., and  Nervier! orgauiiialloiis in a very worUiy  .cause, ,  fqnp   tbeie  is  a  reply  form   pn,yvjii  ihe Ppnrd can check  |hojr obJee|iqn or  no pj-jpciipn  T|ns, in Iprn, is IiJod wilp  a lipid  inspector.  The pipcedipe is clear and  Mrnigbl-  fprwprd.  However,   il   is  depenrjenl   iiprm   the  I'm  HI ,  r  ���*.  AT &  PrC",  JACKPOT $t25  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  ,.n, a.nm itLVj." r^^%M'-'t��g*$"**'r*  Blo|co C. Aldergon p.C,  CHmOPRACTOR  Poit PIHco Mldlna Socholt      '  .CIid-id 88B-2333  Pm. 606-2321  TnciJoy io Frldt-v 1Q;3Q Q.m. lo 5i30 p.m.  SnUirdgy 9t*h} q,m, to l;00 p.m.  ' EYEMinGspr^pommmrr  TC  inner  3lieWkk  WW Win iiiHH'mPl  fjeseryatiom ���Only  PHOIME 865-9769  SfeHRI~Tr ��.c.   ���  (  ���     ���    ������    I I  ��l|MlHIIMHII>lllW'"fl  and nppllcnllopii should' lie niibiullieil by  iliipn Wi\,r. , .   .,�� .���...'  Mr. Mannn ��'ah| ho i:pulil roenniniPinl  Hie iTovlpcjiil (iovr-r/imeni'irY'iiiipi' vny  Hgeur PrpgriiiiuuM, Tri'voiilnu'lii Hi; ��sie-  " '     ������������'- ' .  f\  ���^00 0mmmfr.m00-*0rm00 0��m0m00rmmf0m00*��mi0fr*^l*lf0m0.-000*0^  f00m0,00ml0>0��m0y*i  _^.^  ������.  I'iiIiIIaIiciI WcilHenilny�� nl Kcciic/l  pp HX'J*. o'linMihic Cp,it>i  I       *   ��� l,y  flcchcli |'ci)lniiil�� Tlwen IM-  Ilex 3(0-1Sechell, II.O. ,   ���  lUiiiffiAiJWIififUr, HiHlnr tiiiil'hililhlitr  ,     Kiihscilplioii llrdcsnhi ftrlvftncc)  �� yc-i-',,$3.'�� V����w,W'JVfi��r-i^l��  , DA mid I'nyelun, $5.50  In vim. lhn firen friim fort A/'/'"fl to'towm.  flUpvii tihptiti to Im'l- W'tr  HAflO Hm^Cd ff-OORIHO p*"MMAMTS  P��q, f9 4,00 pnr i*\, NOW, y*f it,  aim IHPOor  /  p��0, 3.95 pwr ��q. yrl.-RcJ only, HOW, per up yd  0ZITP QI/TPOOH  pod, 4.98 per *q, yd, Brow/) Only! NOW p���� ������,. yd.  ������-ppCOPATE'"WITH"CORK-"'"'"-'"''���'~-T*  9   W,JI.    '-���.          ;���-���������   nnOKtaittiiLWiL raffli-iva *Tlv;.. '���  10% OFF All PAINTS V��5&  ���r  mWIN'S BBCOiUATiNG  Co-yrla Sn, SocMr Mmo 805-2292  l��li*H!W|U"��IW***W^  '���' ~\  TV  10*0000  mi0*000mm IIHW wiM��,'��i������iili����������ii��*������l��'il^ luw��iwn  WMM��Wl><WMW������lt����WW��i||lllll ���   iiii.r IWIIIlllll II  I��l II  NYGREN SALES  (1971)   LTD,  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS'  On t(��o Wlmr' - 006-95IP3  Quollly |ioi|i.o ond (M��i|po  ���|oi|-.o  unil  Pnllll.  WWWM M'M^yOfWWffW'ltrw WI^WI1 fl WM WHMHW  PLUMBING LTD.  PENINSULA  |")on|or (or  Super Kom Tone  cjikI SI|P|w|p Wll!lf"m9  Gilrions - 006-9533  iiQpwfrm.VMqMmtvn.vv'HHmtmtpn**.**,  Men's Wear  G.W.Gr Work Clothci  Y(Mk Gfoyct  SECHELT, FiC.  f^rt^iw^fWiiiir^^^  PASY PAIWT REMOVAL  , , lPmIi pro|ocllvo croqrri on your |jqn,iJa���nn'l. rpips |-ofpr��  you Mnii worMna wii|i pqiniinq mqiPi'lnj^ ^ia^\(* Aw  Cpno(li(ii*i ppjnl /V\nniilriclMr^r'(5'As.soc|rdl(')iT, This fllrn ���mol<eti  irnnsy* - ro-.:rom'oy<*i** Mi'tf'p'fl (H't'T f ^'^7y^r,Jftl<Th"'W|ilfti|iri !!rcTJo|r IfT^  ci'iniplplfKlt    ��� .',.,,.,',,',        " '     :':,,.   . '.���.,.. ,  4  , W|u;i) wsinrj a ran ni rjorosol sprny pnlnl, rornomhor  those' i|ps from lhn Caiyullnri I'qllT Mnniifncliirpn^AtiSocln-  lliio: (|)| |p|H iho con qboul 10 in 12 iiichot- froni ||io s,ip'|pco,  (2) !V��a;li(o on or) lnron->pirnr)Ms M'rlipn or strop of rnolorinl  Ip |iievlow Iho Until ru-pjll-i, (3) Prtihs Iho hnlloii Al-h lh" wny ���  ilown nnd niiivp Ihooiii nl n Mpn'ljy pnru, pmn||p| In ||ip iiiu ���  (pro, t|Mr'shurlf 'lipvlinq Minla;-,, rfilenfjlpq Ihp A'Mlloo f)l'Hip  oipl p| ofirlji slrnlu), (4) Ccjrpfi'Dy r<;nr| nnrj |n|inv/ nl| of lh,J  li)(|iiiihn lipoi'i, hihol i/is|n<i;lin-)t..  PUM-P YOUR OP BU| LETIfU BOARD  "J'   ;|^  notes', Itdophono nuinb��rii���(hqf never wei'i *o hnvo <| p'lo'co  nl ii-c/r own? ,'M^M yp'if own wqqwah (h<i"Cqnpfflfln Pnim  MnnnlqclMrorsi' Ausoiclolloi"*, Cul ��u| n |of{jo sqnaro of pin'i-  nnllo nnd fininl Iho cdrji's U> jnti\*Q (honi fcinoulh. Tiion cqv��i  il wild nno <-i iwo axUtrjA yoliJ /inlni, YVIioi) yom hi^toru  lias dijod, ,u\i w|l|) n f:o(|i nfVnwn nnli'iMipg glo/u. Jo HnW),  o|po <>p nno or imro squnros nf cpfnififl cork iifo jn (ho <:o|nr  (hul will'|-fls| iQf.ccni yOnr rwmh  "Time* MfyipW  ,^ig^ty MipepTs  riru*0i*r^f0��^0ut0^**,r,0vvn0,00t0>K*��it0,r*LP.  TWIN CB^EH  LUP/JBEEI fi-  OUILPING  SUPPLY  r - ��� ' *'  Your.  - GiinRrnl Pqlpf**  Ponlor  Mnnnmol & Hrcozo  Paints    ,  Siinshino Citant  Mlgfiwoy ��e��*r  GIBSONS  Phono Q06-2000  r  mif*000iym\ytmHm*0>m0W*t*tM0*tw0**i0*  T  ���WMJWiWHTiiniu'iuiimimiiliiiWii.  ���***��  i  is-  ii  "7  i  1*  -1  ���st  ,1  5.  v.,  t.  n.     \  ���f  \*    *���  ,��*  >*l  0*1,  f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^A^^^^^MmMMM^^mm*.  r-  !���***��� ��!       "���'  S3 n ��  1  it  If "-  (  K  %  41  v  L'i  5>>  N "  to ���  i  '���f  1  '���  I,"  to  1  MS,*  "i^-^  wf!  *.<  1  |  >  I  i  ���  I  a  jc��fr.  1  i  1  t  il  <  CT$f  >  i  i,  20 GAMES |N ALL  MOHSi 'abo-jTm, PqgeA-6 TboPenlnsultiTiro<~* Wednesday, 4mie U, 1971  o. Qibsons Council meet -*j-mimimiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii|iimiH^  ���from pj-ge*A-l  Peterson  commented  "yes,, eveiyone m-  ch"din^ the villager taxpayers "  - COSTLY WATER ��� * |  Letter fvom the Regipnal Water Cqixv S  mittee md)pated4it would be piejiared to g  go along wdh a -"("heme wherehy the res- g  ���dents   of  Hough-Keaiton   Uodd   could E  obtain a water*supply. This, m etlect, w<ib |  on condition that the Mbeis pay 'for in- g  stallation ot the 6" line, Village of Giffsons g  to supply the watei and the Board would |  assume  responsibility   tor  the   line  and I  collect the levenue ' g  Alderman   Chailes   Mandeljtau    com- g  piented "theie aie four residents involved" g  and coibt of, uibtalling a ti" line would be ��  about $10,000 5  .   Mayor   Pelerspti-added,   "Good   deal, g  wai i  arid the Boaid"getiTt^money!''^ ^llllllllllllltB''lllllllllllllllilill"tllinBlllilMilllllllMllllllllllllllllllinillllHHItlllllllHillllllllHIII,aiHIII Illlllllll^  gJBg��iBE5E!aS8*gI^^  "O.m,  ROBERTS CREfiirCOMMUNITY HAUL  w ' '   l   I  In "Aid of Roberts Creek Fire Department  x> For Tickefs,,  phone Simpsons-Sears 886-2^52 or 886-7100  - SPONSORED BY ELPHINSTONE RECREATION ASSOCIATION.  ^lld. Mandelkau  suggested  tlie  wliole  thing Wd? absuidj.but fsaid ho felt Council   should   at   least   agiee   lo   providing  watei toi the tour homes, "then the Board  \~ Wilt not be an a position to tip-p around  ."_,'    aiid say we refused," he said.  j j,1   r      Mayor Peterson charged', "this is how  t   r k   'udiculous   tliey   operate, -they   will- go  s a   mile   with   6"   pipe   for   one   or. two  homes".   Aid:  Crosby   commented   "they  >  t    "��    used   to  but  not  ngw":'Mayor  Peterson  '���-"[,'k   agreed but ^dded that" this is what Was  \v   * done   at   ("ower   Point   where *. the   line  -- v  '        was run down side roads-with one or two  1 *"    users. ���������.'.. .  ^.,-.-" ���>���' ~���<- It.; Was  agreed  that Council  offer   to.  .. t,    supply water to the four residences in-  z     voived.- Onus "for installing pipe  a  matter for either users or the Board.  *-/, j. *4  Outstanding Awards;  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  tHrbrighQut the year,, by students and    (Bernie Vallee Cup); Andrew Higgins    Crirl  Athjete);   and  Gwen  Kingston  '-"taff who set a standard of achieve-    (Outstanding   Juniou Boy   Athlete);    (Frances Fleming Award),  ment to guide those who will follow    Bruce Cameron (Outstanding Partici- ���  f  Awaids day in public schools Tqcus-    in their footsteps, F;rom left standing    pation);   Seated:  Qeraldine Kiggins    AllllUdl  IlSflllly   Ucrfly  ..3es attention on the efforts maintain-   ..are! JBob.Pi'esoeskey (Michael Phil-.   [Outstanding    Participation);    ��o# ''   fx ��� ��   ��� -  ed- -and; pffen p as s e d ' unnoticed    lips Award);  Qor'd on Kammerle    raine    Bilcik    (Outstanding, junior.   OIIGlS  VallGIV  DT1Z6S  ANNUAL Fishing. Derby sponsored by the  Pender- Harbour Hospital Auxiliary is  scheduled for July 3rd and 4th with the  weigh-in at Irvines Landing. Hours will  be & am to 9 pm Saturday July 3rd and  8 am to 2 pm Sunday July 4th .and is  open to all residents of the Sunshine  Coast.  .  Many prizes are to-be won and a number of categories present an opportunity  for everyone. Ticket's at $2.00, each  are  available from local mai-wav-stow  tels and from Auxiliary members.  Top prize will be the sum of $100, fertile'largest salmon landed. Others in lhe  same class include: sleeping bag, case of  clams,  landing net.  -Largest fish other than salmon, half  case of salmon, seafood variety pack,  tumblers. "   '  Ladies hidden weight; flotation jacket,  tray.  Men's hidden weight: buoyant vest,  storm suit. , .   ��� ~  Children 12 and under (.largest fish):  tote bag, sport light, lures, lures.  Luoky ticket draw: half case salmon,  bottle  champagne^,  tumblers,  peri  In   11)11   Ka-ntypps'  wiji"  hiing  adver  tteeMs^ie-^j^s^pgeles-^^  SPRINKLING RESTRICTIONS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  Effective.immediately sprinkling restrictions are imposed on all  users frpm the Municipal wafer system as follows;-?- '  1. ODD NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and NORTH,  SHAW, and PRATT ROADS, may sprinkle on:���  ODD CALENDAR DATES FROM 7 P.M. TO 10 P.M.  -���v ������'"''."_       '* *  2. EVEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES II^THEVILLASE, and HENRY  ROAD, AND SECHELT HIGHWAY, inay sprinkle on:-^-  EVEN CALENDAR DATES FROM 7 P.M. TO 10 P.M.  ��� \k> j        "-..--.        '..'   ���      ��� ���      . ���  ALL SPRINKLERS MUST RETURNED OFF IF ANY FIRE SIREN IS  1 SOUNDED  May 28, 197  I    Gibsons, B.C  :,  ^llllllllllllllIBIIIltlSIIIIIIIIllilllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllllllCltllllllllllllllllllllllltilllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllill'illl  THE PU&LIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED Td ATTEND  THE INSTALLATION OF       ,,,.   : '  MISS LYIMN BREDY  Honoured Queen Elect and her Ottkers  Bethel No, 28 International Order of Job's pavghlers  ������- v- '"'��������� ���',���"���"������ ��� ;���������  ��� ���'    ���������������������     ������  -        ������   '       ������������ ������������ ������ ��� ��� ���"���-'������- ��� ��� ��� ��� ���    ���   ���  Sunday, June 20th,1991', ai 2 p,m.  MASONIC HALL, ROBERTS CREEK  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii  Use 'Times' AdBriets to Sell Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  Honors  Ueceiving scojarship piiif- in recogni-  Hon of oulsJandint* .grucles til I-onder  |    Harbor Secondary 'School are  from  a. left slaiuling: liva D'uboi'S; Judy Tail,  Maureen ('aiiuiron and Janice ('mih  inlni*. Healtid: DoneldnllyuU, ���iiusan  |,   S l"a d e y,  Itosfimary  fvl'aleolm and  I   Mary Cameron.       ��� <,  Vohuileni'-i'   In,   llio, Wo^itiii's*    Wrjrlt.  j; . ji|'i��iji'i'��|.   of" Ihii   IJC.-Vhl'iin    pivi^iuii,'  I'   Ciiiiiidiuii    lipid     (!i'ukh     inirdu     'lilii.n'A '  tuliuliiH ul' dnlhhi'' nml .spuciul 1I(;ihm I'ur  tin.. H'lnml  Hni'Vli'o (lining   1070  und  hiuiI  (|.|,l)i).|   iirilclcs   ol'   iroulDiil   ninl    wiirin  ululhjnn   io  iind ��� OrniiH  wiirVilini/jHiH  iilrn-.  I'nglci'rlly "locii|(irl   Ihroiighoiil   tliiV   vi/ur|rl  lo .tii-rvu   in   llniiiH  ol' (IIhiihU;)'   mdiI   hul))-  (Inviiliiphig   tiDiinli'if.'H, '-      , .''  1   !  J-      r  It   ,  t\*  * *  y*  ,���...,,..,..  Kealjpleasure... real beet  ID*  ���  Brewed totail.-uToii your liiml 'of tliiisi.  Vf.���  \  tlilMiJygilli,cilluill k nul |)ubln,litd ��i(Jii|il^i;il (>y lliu |.li|Uui Cuilliul IJ'wnJ <ii by tliu.i'vvJiiiinuiil ul linliUi.i^lijinMj  ' ' l . I ' I !  '    .'i "."    , ' -���    ' '   ���'./! ,  i   ��� "  i rt  h  ��� .-s^.'lif-r&.^jStli^Cwe ����C��?_.    ��-cflf^T'L.. i"~ "*..*.*��iB����****i SJM000O,  The Peninsula Tlrnes Page A-?*  Wednesday, June 1<S, i*ff\  Gibsong auxiliary-  t'-.ti germs of hate npd war comtjuied with  repeated   attacks  y/axP  slpwly   dragging  dewp this  great  ldtea  until  hii, .pabsing  was only a matter of time  Bi othei hood  will hp iQmenihciocU foi- his short lived  Hiimphs;]"} India during the HMO's and  "���"���-llis-ma-nr'acefm-iphshmenti! in Jeiusaliih*.  "man.",'-yea*rs ago  His biggest  set back, historians  now  agiee,   was his   faihue  to modernize  or  move  wilh  tlie  limes.   Brotheiluiod,   loi  psaniple, novei used a guii  -   Bi othei hood 01  "*uive'' as his tuends  called him  leaves no lehifives   His twin  1 hi other   "Hope"   died   shoitly_atlei_ lhe  ���-beeond world war, and"hu> motlTei   "Na-  Une" pasbed away in the Spung ot  iiiiii]  altci   leceiving a latal injection ol DDT  Gone but  not loi gotten, Bi otherhoods  quaint  sayings such  as "love each   mail  as yopr biolhei" and "all men ai_e cieated  equal'' will  no doubt  prove  amusing  to  ful pre- students  Funeial rites will be held in My l<ai,  South Viet Nam wheie hisr most lecent  attack look place Though a small Unil  out is expected, CBS is pioviding live  -���oyeiage and the U.S. Army is planning  At 21  gup  meets next in Sept,  THlfiTYQNE t-ctivc and .aj-spciaU' meiyi-'  bpi> ol  the GUj-n-ns    Auxiliary  Iq    St,  M.py'i* *|!pj,|iilnl-tttb1 P\ tl)e Cpast Inn fpr  .the .lupe" pieetrng anr] a no-|uis1 himiU'w*."  Members were weleomed by Iho president Mrs h Mason"who said' she wns  paitioulai-ly pleased, to spe so many associate members present.  T|ie ladies were invitee" to look under  their cofiee cups loi- small piu.es, while,  five BO Centennial silver dollais' were  won by Mrs F .Tones, M]b C Longlcy,  Mis�� P. Wyngaeit, Mrs E toimby" nnd  Mis   W   Boheilsop  Mis W. Davis leporlefl on pine laplcs  played at Iho May 31 si Budge Tmiv'iJ--  menl WinWi^ were: Mis A Wi��Bn({  and Mrs A Winn with a "-'ore nl 7a:"|)'  Mr and Mrs W McGown with a'scoie  ol  Wlllll  rum  1r  t-^VilfWcr   AccosstiriM ~ f-j^tlps  Hub* ��� 'try? ��� m\m r- tFt?.  AMMfttntfmtgmm  innniMUBti ili'ninmiii  flor??, Mfe JflcH^f F<H}lM*��  Fire   Exting-ij-ifeers,  Bltag Punip^ (Jfecfrip)  Achievement  ��*��fSlaifi?ts ua  t?eir 0W".PflW9V warded fpr Ail, Joay Rous^u won the French Embassy al Pender Har-  a,   * tJut10 kanford qualified for Hie the Shop Awpid and Deidre Murnhy hour's Awards Day. -  Alex   Znoun  Memorial   Bursai-v rp(?i*ivpri iho hnnir p^p pre<-pn'pri lvr * ���  if  ���rhe AiiMhn'Y wishes to expiess ils  lhanks apd appu-ciatinn tp all v\pn have  so loyally supported the Budge Tournaments ne,\l, ol which, wil| be held Monday  Seplembei   24th  Other briel reports weie lpuu". and  the meeiing ad mm npd Next reguliji  meet is seh'eduled Im Seplembei 1st  in the Heahh Cenlie basement.  W��?��er Skis,  Tev Bope?;  Tow Bprs,  Bpordjng Ladders,  *IW Jailers  mm mm  Cowrje Si*/ Sechelt-  Phonp 885-9626  salute.  *  Since Long Beach has been made a  National Par-It, complete with tourists,  ,campers and people, people people the  author-ities have begun to try and remove  the one thing whic'h they feel is a deterrent io the beach area. No, they are opt  going" to slop all oil shipments off the  coast, they are nol banning cars.'They  -are trying to evict Ihe squatters who are  living al Wi-.eck Beach.  About, ISO   permanent .residents   live  Oil the sand al Wreck Beach but  in tjie  ���SUJ'injei-. this   could   easily  soar  to   over  ; 1,000. Most.of them are -young, almost a||  are, broke  and   none  of   t hern   pay   the  ijSKfiO per night that campers fork out to  ,..stay.at.Long Beach and qthey less "libei-  ated'-^tfretn?^  Wreck  beach   is   a   commune   freak's  dream. Beautiful sand-, fantastic surf,, a  most   inaccessible    to   automobiles     and  equipped with plenty of fresh water.  The people here d'�� not come 'with  .ihe.'"3thr.pj)|Ti equipped, van.or.. ���tl-.e..I"'ud-  ge^-���^Mn-a-ll���ailel���,^--^--T^TE���"'���Come,  wilh  "CoTTie. vyitli a  -sleeping bag and a piece of plastic, some  fopd and p-lenty ol' freedom. They dp not  wear Jantzcn swimming trunks. The.intoxicant   in   most   cases   is,   grass   ralhei  ..than peer cans, and ripping a dune  buggy across the sand is not their idea  of enjoying nature. They spnply .epjoy  the beach more than anyone else who  comes lo the beach on a hurried weekend  or a s'plpn two week vacation. Bljt they  i cannot afford the $1.50, so they will have  ���y-mp:JheA^rW^ ' fj  - used by the pubbp, it is hrii|pnaiize'd: jn   '*"  * keep   opt    'Oljs ")\f&ic'9'ppia}'i.^'' _ jjpi^^'iirtfei'  stands, the motels, lire service stations and  f-il| tlie plui-ijc jiaraphnalia that iisualiy  follows tie crowds. Bul it also keeps people from living, there. Can you imagine  if. a few hundred pppple t-e!.' pp hopsp-  kceping in Stanley Park. 1,000 people  wp a pollution pi-olilem', I don't 'care who  ��� ���or-how cpi)| ipey arp. 1'pl (he basic issue  here should nol be whether they sholi|d  have to -ftny a cent lo enjoy Ihe boni'li  II should he fr��e( n people's park, The  park should |jp set up so that apyppe  Ciin i.'uiiie Ihpi'o without phnrge, hpf only  be allowed tp pipy for. a certain porjod  of liipi), Khul. o|, like a hostel for the  over thii'ly crowd, A plai-'o whecn que  could lake a resl I'ri-pi lhe Ipislling of life,  get their head together In a niitururspace  ii'ml then split, No eh'p'ge, up,"hassles  and no pei-iniineiit '-oh|(IpoIh.  ���    ��      ���"��'���..  If ^pyope  js   llnieplnff the  SipiHhlhn  CiiiihI.   Pliipily , Snelply   receivurl   eimui|h  '    support   I'l'ini"   (lie   Pprlei'iil   governpieplii'  Opporlunliy for ypnlh l'!!ngi"|ipi  to hjiy  -     llio  buildings nrj'nbertf-    Cpeok.  The  -j*    -i.'*-.^   ������i_-j_���  Lih-��UAr$��Ml  New Award  Ninety-seven students at P ende r  Harbour Secondary School qualified  fpr one of Ihe Canada Physical Fitness Awards but t)ie eleven students  who qualified for tl'e high'.st award  rturih'g AxV^jds   'n&y cerem-pny'  Sh  Fi ic\ay,  Hospital Auxiliary  September re-union  UKGHLAIl monthly iiwvling ol lhe Huberts Cn��eU Hospital Au-s.tli.-ii % was lipid  .l.iino 7th in SI Aidan\s ('hiiuh Hull, one  week e.tihei. than pMUii drje b) tl)p |)||o,y  soasop,       ' J-'w-.'i."'.      '��������.���'  ��� Mrs, Charlotte i"aipes' preHpnlod her'  reiiorl on lhe recent meeiing of jho Vn-  oi'dlpating Council. The copnej! mrggeslef)  a, meipljei'siiip dr|vr) in order In aitriicl  pew in.omliq-H, Also that yoluiileor hon-  -piliil holpers lake u, sljorl ,cfiur,sr> on llio  ype of work they are jptereulnd in dniler-  ''I'lW'.  A i.-iMipion dinner hnn been nchedu|ed  or Bepteinlier when ',Au��l)lu--y, ipeml-ei-s  h Jofie 20^  Jv  ugiiin  meet,  The  nieellng  iit-eh ������find  nr social   perinrl  eiuleil  w  PI  i\i\  .*p-R-"S"5''"S!F    B   H  .ft';,'P&|fS - ties  ���  CM Units  Socks  ~Tee$h'irts  And Many Mote'Items  For A  'Better Looking Darlf  fte  Govyrip Street, Sechelt  Phone 685-9330  e'u  heilHh, l'o|)i,l, i'(inliiii|:iinlf people's .gi'rnge  and 'l,iinnr I'Vonl hoarl kIid)) w|II lie ih  iipnruljnn iioni). A|no Ihere are piinorri of  nn oiildonr arts apd i.'l'iif-l I'uhIIviiJ nunie-  llinn.ii) July, irprl evrin.pioro vrupio wl)lsp-  o'i'h r)(' it.'.hplni" !��)vn'ri��l by C'linck 'i)iiviH  o(. ('!lniiino| It: Hhoiikl ho an ,. An:.,. In-  loi'dnilng Hiiiniiiiii'.  \U)\\i'\im froni Piiihlor ntirlimir-fipp- sliiileid-- who showed (heir anprecin-  mnUiyy ri-rlinol urn Mrs. (-Iiint Attn, fioir I'or file duyoloil odorls'of llie.se  Mini Mm, Hnulrice l��nuir w|io rociclvpi) Iwfi |oao|)eri1 fiyer l|iu yefirs dilrinu  llfmiilirul 'hoU'iuelK    and gills Iron) lhe linn) -ic-suniMy on 'Krldfiy,  ��� ��� ��  Fishing derby r-aport  shows area extends  liATlW Kliililn/i n��.'rh/ Bullullp- IY.oih  |)nr|iy chnlripiiii Mr'. ('IpirllrV llroiik-  iihiiij iir|v|HeH Hint ihe l'|H|ilii/t |ii-iiniJ-ir|-'n  fop lhn .liuiloi' Hirlinou Derby,which colii-  IDuni'iiil .lime Il'lli liuve heen exlpndiiil  J'lii'ii��~Dav|m��i}.uy-��11��-H��ii|��oil-, w))h|-|'v^���~-..��.��l.���~  Tlm I'nrl-y In ���ii|h>ii h�� lioyn inidjdrlii  helw.enii Iho aiani of VI in III yimyn. I'li*h-  lint IViiiii hoiiiii, Huliiion .r'nii ho will-died-  In, i.'IIIm.t wli|i Mr, Mp 'WoodH ni Hulmn1  I'ark Hii.ii'ii'pi- Mr.' Hod iM*.'!'���>'��� id al llio  I'l.'liliifiiilii Market, |)iiv|n Day,   '        ���    ���  Hpopnoi'liin l|ie l)o|'|jy In Hoynl (!n*  nndlnn l.e/ilop, Mimich Ml) anil l)|o prl/n  In a iiophy an��l HDjal) i'lml') nwnrd which  Will lie pi'i'iieplcd ut I'r'jiili.'i'' ���rliile",, T|)e  ihtrliy iinnt ihi'oii('hoiil lliu Hiiiiinii'i' l|oll-  iiny uiul I)>i,t<i Iii no P|il|',y IA.  SECHELT  JEWELLERS  T  tu  ������   'I'  .(^ING|5.    ���' ,'������      '  VYfll.ci) /mAJfimHry  'Ropojrfl  H<   *   fy  Phonfl QM-MrKl  MWMWI^W.\<��WWWWVW<VW^<MWWWWWWWWIVIWM��l����J  phone ahead for reservations  /\|| "Tho l-iiv pfllnt"|)rnrli��pfiiprnqiinl|iy ijunrnnioail,  mul i;  "ninl  rim ry  " . In  lhn Wu| pf niiullty iippiovul. "llni I iiv  "   ".J'^'HM'lljfy   ���)'!i)ui|ir|   |)iri|nw|i)i)iil  l(?  ducoifiinr hi'irpfl nf |)fi|nff'Yq|| yv^uld mmm in pay a  1'HHIllilll)   |)l|r:r|  fpr  Pil-r pillK|i)ni1|ni("'r|iii|l|ly.  put'  Awmmmrm^  you'll IIimI |t n||fi)ot|yi.'|y |)r)ccd. IJny "CUV'* now by  tji'v wm, In tlw'fl-iiion, Pfllnn-n' Uio homiiy'uf  RuyHflt Ifjl  . THAIL BAY. WARDWARB UP.  r*+*s  f you've ever M io .search for a place ip sjeen with clarLeu  tfm tm y\m k.iow.iiie \wtiw*'M �� & vmIo-i!%  pllPllil)-! 'Ulf-iul (ncdi-if n*|fu|| iiipjc .-.-, il fiicaps fi dily p|' lyjliikiiljoii,  *   "J. '   i j*:  Tnn�� Cimiit        /*)'  Tilirlnni S)tlim     Jir  >-**  A  i  00*1^.-  f  Ji**1  ^"-^^rvi*  llcflW H|)|e,|t- l||-|-cr- in iii|crc5|i|*|ji.'MH)iii qr  j* N|>ei��l un oxirn liDiinlo llic Kiip, |:|ijoy  JPUi \aLiiiioii .ill day, cu-iy day , . ��^  "*"   lilioilcaliL-iul.  \    A  \  w  ' A,  4't*  my-  tV ^^       *      >     *  -otr*^ >��� ^ "* **, -��*  r      * jbjSm&r***. jr ,->r*t,i   j   -  I V' *' ���*.�� ��i **%***r<F,r-**&*-Z *�� ,  ���*******L^H0w*0tt0m0MIU0,H,i+&^#.  ,*~l*rr00*  0rrr.      ��    j^ .  \  l^^^^^^^v^t.^^tt'^y , ���. .,.,   ..  .  ^w^j^ ,     _  ?f3ff*e  * A  *#&�� Pftgg A~g The Ponloritilq Tlmoa    ! Wottoesdgy, Juno 16, 1971  i���IMllJl���,*.|����� 11��� M�� ^ ���!.���������>. r-.l- ������������������.'���������Ill    "      Wy��T���* *"   1 "'-*    '���'���I'lllMMWi��� 'I !������ ���.���.���������������IMI   UIIIII   ���������IHIUHIiWI���MlM  ��� 1"'  1 '       1  ��     ���    ii  w^j|WMM��ip��H^(!MW<w����y��<����MyM^ww^^  **S^?^^^^:^V*^  i1 ^  ^-i  Over 200 girfe parfapqilQd in events  rJor weekend  Around the campfire  Uifiiciilt to see is the eamplire. lit  the middle of the throng of Q i v X  Guides whp gathered at Palm Beach  -tyyy Saturday, ilttfte 5 to -^AMpate-  Cash your Family Allovyonce Cheque at your  Stedman's Dealers���Campbell's Variety Ltd,  in the planned activities. One, hundred  local girls from four eomparties played hpstjto that same number from  _,���,_,���    ��������.��-,>,.., a    ii ��� ��� *       Gibsons, Sechelt, Gillies   Bay   and  OVER    200    ,Girl   -Ovude-J     and     then-    Q0t lhe V"hple. World,  in His Hands." A     from the Peninsula caught lhe 3:30 ferry     Campbell River Who were fillleted ill  Saturday' for''the first' day of activities "second prayer and "6'Canada".closed the    while lhe Qampbell  River company  left    j��0mes of Gltides throughout the dis-  with theme "B.C. as it used to be"  *    r  'J  L  ������;1  '- 0  - 'f  i.'t  *������-*  T- -i  *1  * ���$  rr. ���'  ���  ���*t��i j  t-i-iot.   Campfire finished- off Satyr-  . ''The   weather-   and   of course,   the   day's festivities and because of tlie  Tiprisin^ Games  were played  then  the  Guides     parents who gave 150% were inslrurpen-     large number of girls  it W8S neC.es-  *hl\! ��9i" dispersed   with   free   time   to   spend   at    tal ��� in   making    the   weekend   such   a    sary to divide them into two groups.  n.    "      their, billets until'their r-"speotive ferriees    success," said Powell Itivei- Reader Mai*"g   ' j\fext   morning    the " Catherine "nlacii  m\ c --^  leaders converged,at Palm Beach last    ceremony  and   tlte   flags, were  marched    at 5:30.  .planned foir the weekend. . ���    !0ff  "Four,   local    .gom.panies     comprising  approximately   100   Guides   were J  by'liO from Gibsons, 18 from Sechelt  _ Jlil}ID_J*ai]'ii^ JBuUeiCl  bqll  River, .........,..��-  After   gathering   at   the   Moose-Hall  parking lot to assign billets, visitors.wt*nt ��    - " -   ... ' .  'home fio their hosts before travelling to ���   " _ '  * ��  Palm Beacli at 2 p.m,    . >,-,,' - ��  Everyone^   participated     in     a     get-    f"*","*x  acquainted   game   and   received    pame-   If "**  -'  tags. 'After the relays,  the  Guides  were  i  divided into patrols with the theme, "B.C.  as it used to, be." Itepreserjted were explorers,      rippers,     Joggers,      fishermen,  trappers;    farmers,    pioneers    arid    rail- ;  roaders.  Free   time   was   then   given   for  the girls to come up with a skit and Song  to match their patrol which took approxi-   .  , mately an hour arid a half.  Local' Guides  provided  a  stew,  buns,  ice cream and - drinks for supperv Follow- ,":?;  ing   the   supper   the   various   skits   and   "  songs were presented at carppfire by the  patrols.  At  0  p;iri.  all  Guides  returned   home '  with  an assignment  to meet at  Willing-  don   Beach, the  next  morning.  Commencing at 11, a.ru;, Guide's Own ~  opened with the Guides standing iii  horse-shoe formation in complete uniform while the! Canadian and Guide  flags were inarched through' lire formation. The nonreligjous service-, designed  to gjye the girls a time to think, continued wUh the Guide's' Promise then  the singing of;Rum By Yah.' One of the  girls gave a prayer on. British Columbia  Which ��� was Allowed by  the  song,  ''He's  '. \\    \\  V'**-w .  *Ml&&ir.<- i J***\  \&    V-,- ���:& ' iW^JAi js y.���  \ I* &\. -'*��^r-: aa s"#i  \****i^ ***  ���* l.       w"*!SL��   * -*��   \    ^i       ��*  V     J   *,lbi&* P"3jM^'  Hexl morning, the" gathering" place  was Willingdon Beach where Guide's  Own was performed. Late Sunday  visitors were accompanied to their  femes by their hosts.  The   Hoy a I   Engineers   landed nirst   ai  Esjip-infialt  then  were  trans-shipped   to  a  cdmp  on  the  Frase,r  Uiver*   which,  later  W��'s named Sapperton and became a sub-  .pih 6f New Westminster  "if^f^- II Your Cheque is $6,00, And Your Name Is Drawn  5V >���-$* YOU WlrfA $!2,ppaiFT CERTIFICATE. If Your  fk Cheque Is $5000 YOU GET A $100 GllfT CERT-  ^Mp   - ' IF1CATE,     .  Jr        ^  .* A  DRAW JUNE 26th - 5:00 p.m.  ^iist sign your cqsli register slip whon you i;ash your choquc    , .J)^.>,%:;"^?|  0-  '*    t  ' A*  ^^%i*^%}.0.��.  i}A^'Ay%  i  YOUR.STEDMAN'S QEAUER  Campbell's Variety i\A.  Trail  Bay Centre,  Sechelt  ���     PHONIr 88572335  fife / ''s4i  * 1  u  I  \A  r***. *j  ��� -���'  If***.  r-n  rT  ���M  '" i  ��� 1  ^v^>  Walter Safety says,  "Investigalaconriitlona.  BEFORE entedntl the  water, and always syvlm  with a budcly.''  i ��  /  A     ''-Ji  mtm*l0.~*~mm.**   0*0000  ���J'yJJ Preparing lunch  Lndies behind, the scenes til. the Gui- Gibsons; Margare|, Wise, 1st Secliell.; \  'des get-together included: Diane Helen McWair, dislrict coinniissio- P  Kb.erlu, 1st SocJielt; -Uli lloneybuiin,   .ner;  and .loan Sampbell,  Campbell  1st  Gibsons;   .Joyce  Smithurst,  2nd . Uiver,  - --News photo  COME  IIM  AND  GET A  F.REE  TIRE  CHECK-UP  FROM  THC TIRS  SPECIALISTS  Many Brands in  Stoch including   ��  Punlop,  Goodyear  mo^m��iJ^Mmm-y  '<����mw��ii��<nn����WMWWWKMV����wioniwinw��Ki��wi��Mii}  Wholesale - Rctqil  1 !  Use  Your Chargex  Be it an inexpensive tire or 0 high  quality tire . . , from retreads ro   .  iniUMHWHHiniuinoiinnnrMuuvuuuuintMwytnn  WATCH FOB OUR  VACATION SALES  JeOMlN&$OON  ii^wiitfi<^nnn��i������w��>n^��wM��nwiwinnin<��rww>o*w��:  1 "S'StTJIJI  i7  Sales and Service  Phono 986-2700  'J  Style.#76 ~i- "Tlio Apollo Elovori",'Chromo  or gold tone wWi 0rcy Ipns onflvliioi(i| frnmej  House and  gqrden bug  killer.  Aerosol  sprpy.  11.2 or.  WESTERN'S  PRICE  CHLOR-TltlPOLON  *<*",T?T*B*r  Allergy  fighter.  Dottle  oMB,  WESTEfiN'S  rRICE  ll|l"''l||-|L        "������  "'"l iih'. i  T-*-    -     ii   n ��f  FLUSH - A - 3VES  Disposable diapers, Medium  or Toddlor suo.  box of 40.  WESTERN'S P|5|fe%  ***���**&&  ^  Box oMOO. 20c Off Label.  znsmo*m~  wtr i>i��fi��('i^ori  mmm  jvAr-tif-'tduf-'i  WESTERN'S  PRICE  ... ...... Iiir  v;:  '". i  r ,  \{  /111,.  < < i  Model #1103. Contoured to fit tho Imnd,      fa QAp.  The pprfcer q|fr for  WESTERN'S PltJCP  WESTERN'S PRICE     M  o  I.I I   1*1111*0,1*1  min m.mnf M   '  Hdwniinn  Tunning  lliitlor.  3,75 oj-, ,  WESTERN'S.  PRICE  THONG!  I mi tli��,v<ht,le luinlly ��� -��lAttti'*,  ImiIum,''Milir^lilldiiill'is, t,|<')b,  WESTERN'S      ���JCS  PRICE    */L If  fW** (H-ft-fTi*  k'**i4  -PES'  QUnrtf dry pet. itrip  for Indoor �������,  WESTERN'S PRICE  *!     \ll.L  I'  HtftyKm HV���*,,'I''*','' W  *>    V  <   *.  i  ^.  Sale Days June 16 - 20  ��**:  Purrf^T^f^^'''  '0-000i^rtt,**-*v*'  ^<0*<^ff'  .**��*"*  ,1000,     A0.0*H0H,M**+0   +Mt*l.l**,0+,t00.L<r,  ���m *4 "7".  ,-^i���tf^rv#f��T"tt''*ir*r^-��'*riY'^'^-r^w-*��-i��^  WlVl^i CKifil'lIT  ��  f DEODORANT  '**r^ 'fl ?/'"'  "���"*-���'" -������������'���������������-���'���'���'"���r-----  ,;.l��*WL0&,j,  wpnr  Diy'V  6 on,  WESTERN'S"  *��������� "-fRICK"-'  MVIVA"  PAPER  I0WES  riio  ,;    ��l|rocl��r  'lowoj,  ,    7 rolls,  WESTERN'S  PRICE  ,^*MI.M ��.-Mfl*'W*.( f  ,;.j..;l;���  i'00,0 W0��� , ,^0,* 4 ****ijf.-  SOAP 05'" A ROPE  ^Mi'ADAD  -*fov5>4'       :^^   "Old  v'rv,'>">-       Spicer  Sliowor soop l��v SlniMon,  WESTERN'S     -1,70'  M  hidoofrOMtdoor  '     ���** "J  lol Ion for ���"''jtw   ���  liofllillfHl ��� ���       ���'"^A"r\  Minions.  ��� ttjmom \  Mmm  irifm,lql00  2o"tp  WESTERN'S  t Ub/\  V.:  ��� -,  fKKjr(��������*(>*j����(/'  iVEBIEADY  FLASHLIGHT  Monnol  ' s Hqlit  wilh  li'illnrius.  WESTERN'S  PRICE  GIAMT GAS  BALL $   \  ��?��?��������� .  '��%  i((iwm  "'"/iiii";"        r*x:  Mlilll r,o|Qiifcd.  WESTERN'S PRICE J  f  your family phnrrngcy  Socholt Western Drugs  TRAIL. WAY CINTWE - PIIOME 086��5"��33    .���  Gibsons Western Drugs  SUNMYCflEST PMZA . PHONI W84.--2I3  ^ .rt��*.T<.".*.*��. ^ w|fr w  Wf  .i .��� ...  /  'f /  arsi>(e"-i��twt^i?: Section B  Wednesday, Juno 16; 1971  Pages 1-6  Www gmM$>**  jmM MMmllatioii iff  way, secret nry" Bo|> Sjcoles, ^-p-i-'urer O*--'  ville Undcrhill, l-jimi Tidier C\\f.l "St-la-  'iuh, Tiii! Twister, Brlari Mfitishqw, clirr  ecttirs Frode Joryonscn, Poje" *3rrjHh, Ji'-  yi-ie Benner,   Hyxy S\pc\iwb\l���  L'idies executive: Prpsidqi't, J".osc ILofi--  \yuy; vice pi'esicfei*,C Doj-p'tby Rprtwi-y;"  pasl pieyidcnl J'|iiel lyJaijUvisl-.; secretary-  lyi'iurecj-t Hfill;  lre-is-.|rcr,' Flprct'ce Toil.  Ano^ier w e I c p iti (i t^di^oq "to tfyc  piuh's fluids ci-tnc hy way pf q further  l-ieaeptalipn of q cheque to tfie Value pf  $280  by prcaidpnt Jmiel Mac|qvisji op.  '(aphall pf lli;P Lions Ladies.    w   ���    'J'"  Lions Ladies Executive '  Sworn into office by Lion flay Shew- "sabers of the Lions Uidies are f*-on^-4V-ife-of- district������governor Irene> Long,  ard during theJ annual Ladies Nigttf,   left?  treaswrer Florende Tait,' ppes-"' vice president'.pp��;citlty Rqdway.  last SfttUPd^y? "eW axee^tiye menri-t. ident Rose Rodway,  Flay Shew^'d,    *'."  '���.�����    r*   ��!a���Ml"    �����    W*0*^i    �����     �����" 0m     ���0  .00       *r  gf*H��llllilJlg|lljflll^|i "yjj"  ' *      *" .  ,'     r-  f ���   ���:   ,    VJ-"  '��  ' *  %  u*    0*  ���*?J  -rl  '��     Q  /'.  v '-.^w^ ���:**��������������� ��� '  .     ���  I        H   W;  X  >u  ���4  * ) "')f I ;-  ,'��.'*    f-'viif!  1. <' ,V     '. 11 ji  Area B ratepayers  membership up to 78  THJ-*KE was u fairly giiud uttendaiiMe'at  Area ll Halt-payers' Aasociation .meeting' at the Welrarjie Reach Hall lasl. Saturday. Clurii-man Trim LjiiidDp an-  lif)iliirie!.|.ihjt hu"J"i'i'' re-sejypft.'i letier pf  ymmmpiAtim ttuMc&if f; t priM&:  v/pti pajrl to My, Puff win) had p'||. ip-}-��*"������- ,  'b-ldpr-ihle   (liiie   ���inrj   hiirr|   work._jge.LUi*"|_,  the i>r��ani-'.aiioii MlfirtPd'.  (.'cuff. Growth'*''. Pcewiflent of Mie  pHrt'euiil Bjiy |lalC|UiyeiK' AHKpcifitiiili !'d-  |)0|-led lhat l.ui' hail hii Inn ill erl to the He-  yliilnir of Bfi'rielios the e'Klruordinary re-  ti(i|i|liilPH piit-HtuI at their iticoMijh on. April HI/Jj" h"<l K'l far ijecciyed po reply  i'rnni the Vieyisirar wliinlj meiiril tlial Ai'��u ,  l'i Hulepiiyci's'* AsBnelation. wa�� not yet  nffiulaUy re("iWred. Ti-eusiiier B)|| Cki|'k  repiii-tpil 7H |Uf|��|nip niepiherahipH,  The 'main ' hi'i-)|ii����D hefore lhe- meet-  jpf- was (IIhciimkIoii of rccoiriniciKialiriiiN  fur lire rovlaiori of l||fl hy-li'wH Ip iiiiihe  IlieiiliprH'e tipplii--ih|o to l,||u 'lnr��er area  Id hu iioviirud^ Tlm aiiiiiinl ituni.Tal nieet-.  il)).- Iiiin liuop ��!"l for Huliirrlay, ,Aiii(iiHf7ll| .  al the 'Welcoliie Uriaeh llnllnl |l li.lil, and  ."j'f"i'H p'rnpoHeil ut-1'hat lime lo Hlihipll Ih.e  roylHod'liyrlnw-' to lh�� ni��!iiho|-,'i elaiiHe py  nllllf-iii, NlnerllrenliirH ai:o to hp uluelnd ut  Ihu, i-eiienil ineethiK and Tain Luiniop,  BUI Chirk and JJIiff Thorold worn up*  , pnipind nn a r"iiin|iiiil|ii|( Cfipifpllleu, >    ���..  tyri, ���  l-*^J  ���JfW-  P S " ���>��,  *****  Old and the new'  Past, presidents of the Sunshine Coast  Lions arid Lions Ladies "accepted  their responsibilities for a hew term  last weekend and look forward to another successful year of achievement.  From left; past pres, Chuck "Rodway,  Ladies pasl president Janet Mac-  tavisli. district governor Ralph Long  and his wife jrene, district couns(-|-  o> Ray iS}veward- president Am'���$$$?  all  Theatre  "AJHPPH'I"', Arlluir Bailey's hi-st sellinrj  novel Iti hioin'ht lo vihraiil, life at, I.I im  Twifillht Tliealru.hoj'iiiiiin-' loni/'hl. 'Pin!  ��Uir Kl!it|<lcr| casi ���inclndoK Dean Mail in, '  '"hlrt Lupcasler mid Jean Belire/t.. Airpoi'l  will'he holdim' at Hit; Twi|i('hl for live  dayti so lake I lie' family thin" weeekoinl  for a I ni ly niii'diifie'.'iii-movie.  . ivcep lliu kldrliet- at home aiirl. prupnrp  ypip-milf fpr llm ilcfl rloiihh; feature nex-  aiiii-viojence thriller wilh Hie emphai>li;  pp the���ifririper. "Dorian Uray''' llio movie  lli'ill. pi'|ivr.'ii thai eternal yniilh in I hi; iif'll-  I'll j i ��� 0 pcrveiHinii, phiy-i on Mho taupe hill  wilh "Ctirmol, Bahy," Iho ninvie that  ("riiveti ihuTopera loverti and"and voynern  can have fill! at the same ninviol' Thetie  tih<i\vn are vory retitrielerl, ���   ,  ,/Ahhii ,. ', . lilixl  aprl i.'i'iinjiiK nirnniip'  li- '��,'W>ilh'-rin/V IU;i|(hlH"   ainl> "|-iei;i.'n   nl  |)peairiti,'' C'alcli 'run M' yon ��;an, ,.   ���  ilMW����MM��nnH����WM��f">��^IMt  Plav School venture  proves great success  EXFEBlMENTAL   Pipy   School   held   in  . the. Sochelt aren this past year proved  ��� a   remendnus  success.  It was   organized  hy a ("roup of mothers wauling to (jive  their   pre-sehopler--   the   ppporlupity   pf  at-sociafion with p'her ehildron heforu flip.  jiifj yepttirp i��fp kinderjfiM'Mn--  '������':;' Hoi'l dip'iihi thp pi��riiipff��, the. nit-.|Jna^M  ^^mrlmhpii ir'f;">rp|"pr.4l:iViJ IwiftlSv pipAI la|t-  ' ll]*/  UiypS   hi i!   weplt'B  spperyiiiipp . ai)r|  ��� plipiiiiiiB- fievv Oh"^ lo dp apd aep. Putr,  sirjc play wiih prnvldp-j.-is w'e|| ptijpfhtpy'  nnd  a liipn.hpr  of   field   tripa  proved  a  ip-pal, Kiii:ci,'��fj.   ,. ��� i '  Aj'l llio.se ipyulved in lhe projncl  ' a/iieeiri|iiit jt wan huccoh-iI'iiI, -prit only  "rlirl |l|c i;|iihh''-'|i.l"!hefit. hul  tlie ipulhcry  d|d loo-  It i,s hope'ri Ihal .soiiH.ihiiifi on Ihe Haine  Ihonie can he iii-|i;uninod for next hoiihou,  hut. only  Ihoiie williii|'.,lo put in a  little  el'lorl are the oneti thai, will hepofil.  A   uieelinn  ���in   planned   fpr   Tunnd'ay, ���  .Iiiiii:   2^1111   at   II   p,ni.   In   Men,    Naiiini  ('riimrtitj'  hoipe   It  would, he, appreciated  if'all IhoHiiinlrireMlerl r;oiilil��alleud nr cull  Mm. Lynne I'Ike al lI'lo-IH'OII. '  LApIES Night, cpmhiiipd��� annual" got  lojiether and ipst-ilhifion'-hy. ^pnshiiie  Coiist L'j'OTis <ipd ifieir ladies wtjis. held  last Saturday Jupe i 12th - ip. j.hp L.eg|hh  Rail Sechelt one) was catered to hy  Branch   140 Legion  Auxiliary.  Decorated . ip p p r p I c and yellow,  colors of the Lipps. International, t|ip  Legion Hall i-ndiiited the spirit of Lion-  U>n} which is, so pi-edptpjnept ip * clubs'  Hiiovighput the vvprl'i. And, Liop'ism, its  arms and yehievcrpeiHs was the theme of  an ddress by long time Lion, Ray She-  wip'd of Vancoiiyer who pseisted io the  establishment of the Sunshine Coast Liens  Club' ahpps.l eighty ears ago.. Mr. She-  word, a Vancouver businessman, has held  ahpost ail position-in. Lions from a mere  member to cabinet chairman. He has lost  count, of the number of clul5s_1io helped  Charter and has been personally respons-.  ible for many thousands of dedicated" citi-  ���Jtms,taking up, nicmbership.  ' 4.Also, present as guest of 'honor was  Ralph L'"0# pf the Vilncouvci" Chinatown  Lions Club. 'Ralph is also a long lime.  Lion and is presently pea ring lhe end of  his term in office as district governor.  During his address he referred In the  line job done 'during flip past year by  outgoing president Chuck Rodway and  tfoerelary Don Chappell, lo whom he presented special pins as a token of appreciation.  Commenting on his term 'of ���.office,. -  president Chuck said he likes to thiol' it  has beeii a successful year and lookg'wilh  satisfaction on achievements of life Club  during that period. In this regard, charitable accomplishments' hy the Club in-  i hides: Sending a -child to a crippled  ihildren's ..camp, $10(1, raised $f>00 for  lhe CARS campaign, provided Xnias hampers for Ihe needy, $2l(i, a party for the.  Senior GitizeiiH, Relief to Fakislon $i!()0,  Children's Xnias party, Recreation Centre  $.*>()(), Easter Seals $022,.helped construct  backstop at Hacked Park, Muscular Dis-  Irophy $r>0, St. Mary's Hospital $3(ifo Variety Cluh��� $60, Walkathon $-1(1, sponsored  Rahe Ruth team $7ft, Girls sollbail, Biirnl-  out families $150, Kin. Swim Classes, etc.  'Vu raise this money, Lions members  have pul in coui.itless houis of work on  such projects as: Steak Supper,' Turkey  Bingo, Community Calendar, TV Bingo,  Pancake Breakfast, May Day etc. On lop  of this they received $250 raised by the  Lions Ladies who included in their pro-'  ��� 'eels the yery ppppiar Fashion Sjipw.  Inst'illaliop    of   new   executive     was  carried out as a combined operation Ity  R-iy Sliew'ird apd pexf sensf)p'i": expep-  In  18H3 HMS DevastJ-lion sailed  jhc  ppusl   sepkipg  whisky   snpigglers  selling  tive, Jj}rp.s^ j|icjiide^p.^ She eapght thico small tra,d;  |js|i, yie0;^resfdiFihts Bill "VfeDermid .'ytpi,    jpl'    yeissels,    which    were    confiscated-  Dop C|V-p>|ie}, py -f prestdepi,' Ciipek Rpy\-    -Their masters were iinpd.  m  ?3  Sec How Much Mprc You Get For Your Moncyl  You can save 2 ways; build-yourself or let Beaver  arrange the work for ydj.j. Beqyer has q complete-  selection of 1, 2, 3, 4 bedroom, precision built factory homes. There is a home to'suiTyoiir needs and  finandng tailored to your budget. Delivery!? im-  mediafe and you're living in your ne\v borne before  you know it. There is a local representative in your-  dreq who knows the bnild-  i. ing   regLtlations   and   is  j,".--familiar with your needs  ^and wonts. You'll appre-  rciate the personal.service  /  you     receive    and    the  money you'll save.  your ...               ��� ������"    =--v.^.v��-  FULL COLOR CATALOGUE  ���4!   'Li'  'St.  -*&3t.  k*.............................  .........................................  i  Please send homes brochure :  BEAVER HOMES Sox 248, Surrey |  iHamc ..      '....."  :  Street       , j  ��  City.        ..Phone      -������._!  I own a lot     YES Q  ���'  NQ ��� \  Leisure homes Q CanycnTional fj :  ,MIUMMMMI<IM.;,MI.M*,��ll,,M.|,.|��ll,l.Ml..r*l��|||iMHIIltll,H,M.*M,n>~  Area Reprcsentallvo: Don Ggmprpn, 522-0611  WIDID IT  JUST  TWILIGHT THEATRE:  GIBSONS  ^*hrrr��**^,  )IAI<K|HU!   Dunn   Moflln,   Mini  t    tii'iim  ond   h.-fiii tii;h|ci|  -<wW��-l*iafil4V,'��'7lpi>i>fi)--pr|r|-fq-r|  ���jiiliinlqy and SiiMday  Jmhu }(f,  11,   Ml,  19 mul 20  ttt'tt'fi.m,  OOUI3I.U  I KATUHI;  nn  INTRODUCTORY  SPECIAL .v  ���'-mMIM~WCOPr,S~  , 1fti,i9, Mu I'rU-o  ft\n\ftM HWOHP*  k,a*> N�� I'H'i-  H^IIMH' fl  THA'C'K  f^m IM H��.'."'fJM,  |-|!0l||LA|t CAWTTliS  ���7 ,->*���;-t��o|��-|��r|i (--���������-  rim spiciAi. mciM**, ih  mCQllDfi,  IAI'Hi una  CAStfros  YOI'IK YIIAIWAM") PfAIIK  CAMPBELL'S VAUilEIY LTD.-  Troll PoyConiro. 5fiit|��cli P'honp IJ0S-X33S  hf,<>  Vni/ilr lu  l'lf.'Vi*ir.|i)|)'1  WAHNIIKii', Ivinm l|iliimilri mmihiI  wmiidi,-   I', W. 'M<.l,'i-ii'ilil, !��.��., H'.lrihMlini  .i .. : .i'l ' [        ,  00tMm0W>0uim0Mm00yKW^^  PLUS  CAIlMlsty, WAI4Y  MpiH   Hi*.f-ICfSP,; H��r  vdrnfnfrn-�����  l"i��(ii|ii.,wi��iet,J0|.l,.,���, ,���.���   Until S|row�� Mondoy, Tifpsdoy,  Wcrlnosrloy,   Jdfio   1] j   %%  npd  -    !  J.  *0*i+0*J,i���**,v>**-  4i^S3  b'V'riiiHbii.  ,    COMMENCING JUNE 19fh  To nerve you hotter lhe Helpful Hank will ho  open all Saturdqys commencing June I9//i,  Tho (loyal Bank seryes yoo hotter with loans  and savings". , . and now with convenience,  Drop in and see us . . . now open from Tuesday to Saturday, We like to'look alter you at  the Royol flunk*  !"  WW HOWS OF &JRVICJE  TUESPAY lo THURSPAY-- iOiOO q,m, - 3;00 p.m. ,  "  " -   ��� .   a ...  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' ��''-���' ' ::  .��'  "  i  Wednesday, ,Mn<* 16, 1971  ��� ������   Around Gibsons  ^ -VOT^Tt^iy,^^,^.^,^^  U"-*-��*w��mH"  -��^����7^��'^H);^^Rll��^^W8V   1 -1     ���">���   .........  <"��� ,V<  .���&��  IA  fe-ir w  rl  "-J  "��** ff v  -I  '"A  V  '  ;W kit,.   W  oS  ^��W��w��.  *.">\   v*?   1(*\,  -I  Jf-W'  l'f'T  l        '        ,i I '      �� ?  Vision and initiative has led to trans-  formatldn of what was previously a  steeply sloped two and a halt' acre  waterfront' projjet-ty and the estab-  Skipper Bills Opens  lishment of .Skipper Bills I\|arma Resort Jioqv t|te Seven Isles, Madeira  Park. The live attractive units are  now ready for occupation and will be  fflljpwetl with other accommodnHon,  lttuiKlropint nud marina.facilities.  years Jeff the Navy and Jt^ol> up a ppsi-   ��.,in the earli'  {   , .   . - <     Comfortable accommodation  Interiors of the modem capms 5"-b,ttye*K Each has its own -balcony- with 4i^^rrw'Siif rar^H  -Sldppe-.Bi^ views    and  easy  beach^fgff^m.W^.W'  comfortable with full cookipg facil-    access.  Skipper Bills..j  ' **  Hard^^ labor and enthusiasm  rdtfe resort  by Marion Charm an  2^^*t3*^*-^^S2~ ��� BISHOP Spminorville wns present for the, '  S^2T*^^ '     '  JWbU'Uon. of Key. DqviO H. P, Vyplyp  e��t Pt-PnrtholoT��"iONY^.AHglie��T" Ohuroh ah  Thu]-.silny evening, Also in attendance  werer Archdotu-nn, Fan Iks from Powell  t'ivei' an<l ttev. Denni-* Popple.^SogLieli. _  'J'l.evi" was a largo coi'svenj-vtion. 'A rocep-  (ion lollowefl at the-Parish Hall.   .  DEDICATED  Micliele -Leanne, 4 month old df-ughier  -of Mi and Mrs. Barry Anderson was dedicated at Calvary Baptist Church, CUlisons  pn Svindfty evening Jiine fitl), with Pastor,  Rev Robert Al^by cppcUiplrr-g the service Piesent for the occasion were IVIr*3.  Andei.spn's . sjsfer .Mrs, l^nda. Wutoliings  and hei nipiher -TV^rH, Eiteen Morey froin  Vancunver. Fol!oWl|-g the .service the entire congiegation was- invited to the home  of IVfr and M\% Anderson for a litne of  lellowship    Refreshments  were   enjoyed.  VISITINQ  Mr. and M*'"' Bernell Marlea%u (formerly of Rosamund Rd.) wore down from  (heir home, PU Fori -St. James when they  visited reftitives here recently.  Mrs., I^ucy Goddard'visited relatives in  Powell* River.,  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walters and iii-'  fant son Christopher of Vancouver weru  weekend   guests  of  Mr. "and   Mr��s.  John  Wood.  <*"iie.slg of. M"'v ajld Mrs! Stan Trueman  for a month aje''Mr. and .Mrs. cjeirrge  Handwevfev from Lo*' A^ngfeles",'California.  Mrs. Blanche.-Hoi'Sgi-nan. was on Van-  coij.ver lsjand for a month when she  visi't0"d '-.-'elaliyes at Chemaihus.'  Recent visitors hele were Rev. and  M/i'3- Denis Harris who at one time .were  at St. Bart's. They Jiave returnecf from  ������Toronto where they attended tjie wedding  of their only son John. Rev. Harris visited  many friends aiul relatives in Ontario.  He had not heen hack east fiti: 3fi years.  Mr. Allan Andrews from Nqnaimn  visited at the hunio of Mr. and Mrs. Don  Horseman for 3 days lasl week.  Rev. Dennis Morgan from Vancouver  was a visitor lo Gihsons last week.  BACK HOME  Dr., J. J. L. Crosby, Mrs. Crosby and  !^HM-wi��ryti%i^nttr^^  from, spending fi weeks overseas where  they visited Dr. Crosby's rela'lives in England and were "guests of Mrs. Crosby's  people in Holland. Mrs. Crosby's sister  from (he Netherlands who has been out  here for some months stayed in the  Crosby home at Hopkins Landing during  their "absence; she plans to reiurn lo  Europe later this season where she expects "to  study  medicine.  HERE ANP  THERE  Mr. and Mrs. N. Black' of .Roberts  Creek enjoyed 10 days in I lie Okiuiagan  visiting Pentiivlon ae.d the OK Falls.  Mrs. Gerty Hope entertained at a delightful birthday luncheon at her home'  recently. ���       *  Mrs. Mary Gill was hostess June 3  honqripg Mrs. Dorothy l3racie^-yj|lj^Jnr^h-  a$! weeK s ma  WIBSULTS of games in the Mo^a Soflbpll  l.e'ague for the first wook of June are  as follows:      - /  '  Jitne isl: Roberts Creek 11, Peninsula  Hotel a, \y.P.-lt. Henderson, L.P.���p, ��ey-  n��l(|s,'   ' ' ,_  Thd ."jjpbftrts Creek team played liciM"  perfect IjoU 4n hancling the Pen. Hotel Ms  first  loss in league play this year. Mjkp , n\y [ivti  Clemeht   and     Kelly   Eldred    provided"    patmg.  Then,  powei' Al  the  plate  for the  Creek team.   "  and Eldiecj also proved steady n,t short-,  slop...  T-        '' X  June 2Qth (Sunday^: 'Roberls Creek  -,Pen Hotel, Roberts Creek. Wakefield���  l..egion, Hacked Park. ,  June 32nd; Wakefield���Fir enrv on,  HlicKetM-ark.  Willi the HOfthidl league regular season ending June ^Hh the loams will hold  a League Tournament July 1st���4th with  cimni-l'nnn IUe-J^mi!eJraailiyi-  on   July   (ith   the  League  Jiine; ard,: Firemen n Wakefiwf"T"1rm W  W.P^;.<3iiti'(-ll, f..P,-C. SalaiivtU |i  0,  .The Firemen eume. from behlrid-to de7?;  feat -4'e  Waiikefield  team,   scoring  their  winning tiliis on errors.'.  June (ltl\: Wakefield Inn 4 Peninsula  Hotel ti; W.P-F. Reyrurkls, L.P.-ll. Chris-  len. ' '.-'"-  In a gjime willed after, six inninga due.  lo raih, tlie Pen Holel'picked up:its 7th  win of the year 'behind Freeman Reynolds.. It \yyys lhe sixth win of the season  for Reynolds. '���     ' ;  .   -��� Legiori-Robffl-ts "C-ueeli  was cpjltad  13.^.  tor 1'a .iiinings because of rain.  June "Hli: Legion li) Roberts Crek 3.  WP.-poug Elson, L.P.-R. Henderson. H.R.  ,,S. W-ayne Roberts Creek- D. McNeil  Legion.  Doug-Elson picked up his Ihird \Vih  of the .season n"3 tbe legion nipy.tstl ;into  Fourtji place in the League: standings.-   .  Firemen ti Region 13. W-PF.-PpiV 11)1-  son, L.P.-F. ,Ret*--ria'w.' ;  The LegioiTtitaged a big oome-back  sc-ortijig 13 riuiii in ihe last three ipirings  lo defeat the Firemen. Pon Eldon came in  , to pitch for the Legion with his team  trailing 3-0 and-held the Firemen score-,  less. Al Jackson pitched lhe last three  'Mi' innings for the Firemen.  LEAGUE STANDINGS  Peninsula Hotel  Firemen  Legion  W.akefiefd Inn  Rqher-ts Creek  Games next wefik: Thursday June 7th,  _^aJHptel^egii-ri13'-��^  fielcl Inti---IU)beils; CiSSek, Hackeii PiirkT  PlavoMs will commence anil will include  the lop tour'teams fiom tl\e I'lunl leagiie  s,iandi!tgs.  -���- .  __;; . ��� ���',-  ���:; ' . ��� ���   .  A -.-���'    '..   ' ���.- -  canvas  3  5  14  10  �����  (I  HOtJS.E-t(vhouse- Canvass for memberships ��� and donations, ,1'or tlio- Gibsons  Athletic! Association, isj still underway^  All reports, -from canvassers are.."^very  good.-They are being well received arid  many good, ideas .and active supporters  are coniing forward. .. ,..'.. .-���"���  'A Tliis'Irirlng, 3 now girl's Softball  teams have came into being under- the  capable leadership and drive of Mrs.  Joyce Suyeg'es.  We are very grateful U\  ihe^lii--so Marina for their .sponsorship, of  "The Esso iVtarina, Cheeta's",. coached by  Mrs.* Sue Whiting' and Rudy Kuniez, A  large thank-you "goes'tb'Mr. OtU'y Thompson arid Poinds Suveges.'"fpr their spoiv  sprship of "'fhe Devils Yarders" coached  by Mrs. Joyce Suveges. Many w-iiling  hands, assisted ip forming tlie -3rd teairi  ip the leagiie, "The Wilson Creek Won--  derers," coached by Mrs. Rita Moel^od.  Approximately ; SIV giris, aged ll) to.'If,  participate. . Coine oui and watch, these  girls are fantastic players and beautiful  to b-lhold.'  ;-'       ?  A Hard Time Dance will be held by  tlip'' Gibsons Athletic Association as a  wind Up to the Baseball Season, on Saturday July 3rd, al the' Elphinstone High  School. The Perm Kings Band \\m provide the music. Tickets will be available  ���fj'pin.; Mj'M��� ;��� <?af*itT:feWjear*^^e-:-. 0 U f. a 1 i.d'~  erijby yourself.  "ymm-m-m-mHmr^^  nee  CRUISING in .loqol wotPra nhout two  years ago, Bill Keim, a Canadian who  had taken up residence in the United  States some yearn ago, fell in love with  the"b'eauty n't" tlie Sunshine Coatil. The  idea of operating a reenort was born aiul  lie commenced the .search I'or a waterfront niarlna-rosprt,  Al'lor vldwih'K lnnny and varied opera-  tioliH l.lial, were,on the market, lie failed  to, find one Unit fell In with what he  hud in mind, Finally tho idea nf establishing his own. led to another search, thin  time I'or a-unliable, available piqpcrly'  in aniicceplable locution,  In rlnci course ho was, altniclnd ,|o a  two und one half acre -drip which,-doped  Hleepiy, down from Highway 101 lo the  beach, To inn-il people it would have appeared up inipoHfi'iblo pi'ppii.slilon but Mr.  Koln  saw ((lio, poUnilliil,   purchiiHcd   |bn  land and', coinmitnccd  tun  tm\w racon-'  ^Iriicltfiii''pro'cci,  HondH    weie    puiibcd  diagonally jo lhe bcuich area, Oilier rnud'i  and cubln areas wero1 cleared, wul��r wa��  available Irom llm Ponder Ilarbohr walni'  h.VmU'IU and criimli'iii'lloii of the I'I nil five  , iiiill'i, comineimitrl,        ..    '       ',.'   ,,' ;  Tlm   Invollable, doliiyn .occurred   (nil  pcriiiiiloiicy  paid  (iff and' Intil  weak   llm  final lonclien Worn carried nul in propar-  ailon foi; Iho I'li'Hl,'. gticHln,  Mifch bun yet to be iii'cnnipllHlied mid  Hill nnd bin wile Mu'rclir am hard iii  work plainrliiit niid pri'iiai'lni' I'or lire  'major Innlui lliallli; iifininl ol llicin, Work1  in to ijiiiri. Hhorlly nn llmlr own llvlnu  ^MUiiiiurii^loHulliui^withUadilllloiiiil^iiiillN'  ��*WwaC��>X 'ml^St',',1, '��Tti*'SMi\\ii*  and a laundromat. Construction of .a  breakwater is already underway and once  completed a float will lie towed in. A  number of first class, boals and motors  have already been purchase for rentals  ���-rid-indication," are that Skipper Bill will  prove a welcome addition to the bulUir  cirrus tourist facilities on l-he Sunshine  . Const,  BI.UKelhi wfis horn i'1 d'e Vancouver  area but joined the American Navy id  (lie, age t(|f Hcyenl'eoii during lhe lallc'r  part of world wiir two, Hc'sarved 1n Great  Britain, Europe and K(h:<ui. |>ut al'lor eight  ^siiiiiiiJiiiiiniinEiiiiiiiiinjJiiiiiiiiiijJiJijuiiimuiiii^  NEVEN'S- '..'  RADIO & TELEVISION  doaler lor;  . ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  ,    i|i     i|i     i)i  . ��� i|i  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  i|< ��|<    '    i|r" '     i|r  be acceplei  a position as consultant to the American  Air Force- Tljis was followed with a return to the space crafl industry in California at whicb be became manager of  the Ipec Corporation specieliziifg -ii"..^!-  ectronic optic equipment. His company, in  fact, installed- the cameras in the first  Apollo  moon  crafl,   *'.  Marcia Keim also worked for'"Hie same  company until she met and married Hill.  *">lio then look up the dtuios of housewife  bul right now, it would seem her future  duties will prove many and varied.  Marcia hails from Hoslon USA. However,  Hhe ioo Is sold on the Sunshine Coast  and above.all tiriJoyn our climate,  day. Del^t^leTr'-fres'Tr]"^  -erf inpluHling a, special caKeJ'Tbe 'gtiesl of  libnor'received gjftsi Atleiidirig were:  Mr*". Fryer,' Mrs. Irene Anderson Mrs.  Gerty Hope, Mrs,-Gayie Pedneaiilt _and  Mrs. Maureen Sleep. Tli.er-e were "alscr  several children present to enjoy (his  lovely, party.  Mr. and' Mrs. David Fyles entertained  ���at a surprise barbecue supper "recently in  honor of the birthday of Mrs. Fyle's mother Mrs, Gerty Hope. Giiests included  Mr. andMrd, Ed Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Norm  Hoyd anrl Mr. and Mrs. Vince Hracewell,  A jolly children's pai't-y in honor of  tbe 'birthdays of Ian Smelhurst arid Anna--  belle Webb was held at the home of Mr.  and Mrs, David Sniothurst when mothers  were irivjleri too, and all oii}nyeri " pleasant time, '���       .  SECHELT KOD �� GUN CLUB  ^mirismm]mmn,w[mmmm^  1971  DERBY FROM DAWN TO 5:30 P.M.  Fishing Jimits from Gower Point  up to the  to Secret Cove  Skookumchuk.  DEADLINE  ond in Sechelt  Inlet  CLUB HOUSE, WILSON jCREEK  ���t l.'.'B .-. ;'':'? ,  Dinner at 6 p.m.  50  n  renr��� $2.50 Adults  V  Tickets: Uncle Mick's, C & S Soles, Cliff's Boats and Sechelt Barber Shop  piiwiriTOii^^  jlWala��i|a<lM��a��na<a^a^lalla^alwna��a��Ma��a^a��^  FURNITURE  Ph. 006-2200 Gibsons, B.C.  ^^rrTTTTTiTirnnniniininnniinninriJinniiinjniHri^^  ax^i^,^jT^.i\  Gorigratti/afions  WANT  f 6 ;  SPSHEAO  ir    rk  MADEIRA PARK, ON, HIGHWAY 101  Wo aro glad to havo holpod with tlio tloorcovarlngs  ���- ���--AnTailj"tmft s,     ; -���- :"r���  .. -v.  VVynaonrt Rood, ot Hlgliwrty 101/ Gibsoni.,. ...   " Phono 006-7112  :-rx^i.::x.^*:MXR^w.;j*ir.\\,t^  Arid there's two of it  ��� Summer lagor, Suinrrfer ^lo, : ���  Buy'.both at onco. Six of each  iii Ub'att's  now  -summer.  paji; pack,  'y>,Ay~'*AJvj -.u.  *' .00f  .00*Uf'"  1.**'' ji>  ,1  '   a"*-  "  You'll like tho, totfnsl *  TliU ndvcilKciiionl h nol iinlilislioil or ilisjilnydil hy tlio I iqiioi ConUul  M\i\ or ly lliu tioi/oii'iiKiiit ol linlisli Columbia..  a .-r..~.���  SECRET  ALL <  OVER  ���I��.  TOWN?  USE AN  AP'BRSEFr  PHONE  FOR    :  ��� Mr, Adrflrtl��ori  rhoio odyoitlilnji  npacos   t��ia   ratil  liofQolns tor you,  Sold  op   ��or*tract  only, For dololli  ^, ^.^-..^_.^���**- j..  ���/oiir, arrlvortlilina  dollar, phone  005-9654, rutt for  ipoclal od rotan.  Como goo lis ut Bar a nin Buy on tho Stmsliino Coast, 2  mil of* stiff f A of Pondor ft nrhoury Phono ffBS^flZb"  , ' * t  .   ,    *    rk     ,"k  , ."At ���  Enfoy tho luxury of our bountiful now fatly oqulpnod  ' ' '    11    ��� ���'   , , i ��� r   ���  chatotH, locator! at ono of tho'omitt bountiful spots on  iho Suiwhlno Cdnnt, Spnohun, privato tiumlf.r.Ht,. J or rifle  tiatifrin; and swimming.  BILL AMP MARCIA KEIM  �� ���,���..., . 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W"u-**-"rii*'-J->'twwi*"^^  f^i^-ti^^  ���lt  i  1  -I  *-'     'M*t*h  V   1  "*iii "Ir���tu -Till  V     J*  i^)>MM^w^|,^^'*|^^MlT^^  Busy   Plate ���   '���> ' 'Wi      '���'*'. -  Witiy:ao (5wntc;tpittg placeityi-utg-  p(sr.rlf*r  WiV/ 11ac  Unngtlalo KlemenU-ry School Sports    r ��7 tt|C/    f I i"-L��(.C?5  Day on Juno 4th, the playing field    "-^���*"*-���' ' ������-r-���i-*-<  wps fit 11 (if activity. Sopieone iiMT\blos  *a*^**JW^V**^^wW*** "faii^"W*w%'t*w^"JJuWaltt"jkiMAi'iuJai  1  i^y^j^gt^iyt^i^ -^y_.  \  'Vhoy i,hiiiJi>I nf n sknt, lop, unci-slacks,     '  nr our i>c|-(M��r c.olois, 'jvirnn  ;inc| |{o'(|.     \  -by Cindy Harris and Dorntll Gerick       ^n- rs.idny evening^ .Tpne 4,; 79 tnem*  bars, qf, Hvp..qpnip t-ifl!^: <Ir? St-eoii'i'iry  V  .The ]971 tQx notice? for this Village have beep majleci. ThcJp-jJ  clay for pqyrnenl to ayoicl the 10 per cent penalty is July 5, 1971.  Owner? vvhPiPay-lheir-taxes Ihrough a mortgage company should  sign the |-|pmep^ner Grant application, jt..eligible, amUfPi'Vvgrd Ih.eir  notice to the Gprnpany wilhaut'delay. '..**'  1  ���An^" preperl^ PWhPr whp \w. not cepeiyec) g notipp is rt?qup��teii.-to  phppe the ;'Mwh)Bp0l Office, ^--25^3. ���-        '"���'���'\i J ������'���  ���'���.."���:  ���������:#������ .'������. v' '-.'   * '  -MMlB^HNST-eH-'  Ji^e }4, AWly J'. Mwliieipsl -Qlerk  -1-;-:^--'-;''.'--j-'"',.r'^'"' )tj'.'i.>:'-i.J.>r,.-il1-^i/ iiini^i'i ^^aM-'^'^4iriai^fali'4i,i^L^.-��liilij,&v*tfJ IJ'j.'J^^.,J^hi._M.^7fcJJta ������'������Ti'Vi V-,-7*J-.��ij' ^-|...-',-|-,J^\.J--...;'-:-..'1>^i|/.i' ���*~.i-.-*e.,��x:.\..-i'.ti,*Jr.r-ti.f..!*.*..-:'..r ���-',-���-i..^.. . ^  saas"  :��� 'I  announes  HON  - Hit0..ivilpp, ir, girls; .Thiiij pnisby 4'ff ,7.,,,,    A   , ,,.    ,,     . ,.���  r^fiOKl)' J��;- hpy^ Andrew ���,liiilii����     Jnew re^ovd);" sr. Jinys: liiljy Hpicj. r> nrin.  and    northern   areas,   to 'assist    diililitui 'Shot pt,lt, (I  prl  stint,  jr.  girls:  Cindy  li1e\y rfapo'rci) ���  obstacle, jr. girls: Llirriiini" liSiluik; sr.  e\y  nnd adults wit|i hearing  prnblems.       - A*m\s 9Vf\ �� pd sjipt, ��r. girls: Darleno  - 8il.,s: iJq.uinB Kinyslnn; ir. Nys: Andrew  This new seryio'e, tn be  instituted as Nelsnir 444 ;.!��' boys: SleyeHeagh .'1)4 ; lhgyyns- sv.  boys:   Dniig   l-'eilding.  nuifklv ns possible hv  Hip nnvpi-iiiiipm. h" W\..l*mu.aV- b��ys: M^.l") Uaryis '����'���- ���   Relay,'jr.  Rids; Haida   llll.H  see.:   sr.  :-^air"ommiiiicerl'"tiy':'Mi-K'.' Daws'n'ii''"tcrd'ay,        '���'Plsiujs, Jr.  girls:  Pindy .Harris 4-H'O": j��irls:  Hajda "(12.'7; -jr.   boys:   Haida   "'(i.fi;  af she spoke  tq  a  eonvenlion  nl" Senifn-     *>)'���   gii'ls:   Ro->aini   Dulxiis  ,"���)()',   jr.   boys:     si:, boys: NciotUa 54.3 sec. ��� "'  Citizens'   AsSeeiaHons  at   Piiiu-u ��� Oeorgc.'    ^.tB.v.(". Hoagh  104'; sr. b'oys; Olenn-Harris Tng-of--Wnr,  girls:   Nonlka   2-0.  Itoys:  for this  Wni-'fing    in   close    e-ooperation    with  11-I'll".  Nootka  2-0.  health ������-mil's  Ihrmrghnul   thu-Province, it .Taveli.n, jr. boys: Sieve Reagh HO'; sr.          At   the  close 'ol'  this  tratik (meet   tjie  is expected lhat the andinlogisl will hove hoys: Glenn Harris  135'. house scores for the day were very closp  '��� Master of Science degree in Audii-Jugy, ���   Bal)..tbrow, , jr.   girls;. .Ceuile   Girard. ."^M.h .Vift��rt'K.,.''.!l'1.Wintl..a .!.H\i:j:i��*tVL .).S��f!..,��ym'-  phis' seymd-^-ears e5vperienc,e in clinical ilS'I"; s��'. ��irls:  Cheryl  Uae  11()'7"-. Nootka at  47(1  to  -172.                            -.    ���  'Hidiology.                                                      . }{)Q ipeter,'jr. girls: Judy Tail 13.8 sec; GRADUATION  nni,-,,r.Ui^i,l.T   a'i;i,,1u,,1cenfnt'   Mrs; ^ girls: Gwen Kingslon  18.5";  jr.  boys,          0n Pl.iday May 28 Grade  12 students  vZ    1    ^nfi J!      ^ ' '   ����??^ ^V*  -iff'* m' S'''   *#r' ^'eVU D" ����� ea��"ts ealheYed at Garden Hay Cale  u     i- \���h JJS? .8e7����� ���� B'-��'f CnJ- mopoc,i,5   2.0. In.- their graduation  dinner.  Pong-nrlula-  ilinlvui and a great  step forward m pro- .    200   meter,   jr.   girts;   Mary   Cameron ljons  |n ,��m m-.UJS  viding   more   a,cjiiqu��il.B  vpre   (sir   people 31.(1. sec; s.r.  girls: .p-yen   Kingslon  29.1            "               b"     '         ^  \yilh bearing problems who are nnt readi- '(iw.'v'ppcird);. jr. boysT hw  ltacg|i  28.8 TRAVELLING OUTFIT!")          -  ly accessible to the care provided in the -sec , sr, boys- Djjug Fielding 28 2                       The U.K. girls arc happy tn have re-'  province's   larger  cenlies 400 mutci-h.  ji    turls:   Loirarno  Uilc-ik ceived  their travelling outfits tips week.  pp*yp|l Riyer Iihv  pp^ell Riyer, $$,  JVHP 17fh, 1971.  ifyeft reRMlre �� term lean %9.^t%  mtJ&mtim'Qr wmtid vmt husines��f  w�� invite ygy tp cjispus-- ygyr raegcjs  WilflPMr representative.  IWUSTRlflL  MMPMNT BAM  TERM FINANCING fQR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  685 Dunsmuir St-.  mm  mmmm  kmmf u.1  Q\/m town?  P!AL 80S.9654.  ? Mr= Adverfi'ipr! These  flf3Ygrti<i!ng   mm   ar^  real bargains for you.  SqM p-i cqntr<?Pt f?��i!y. For  details Pp hqw ?Q sfretph  your, advertising dollar,  plippe QQh*)$$*\. ��?H for  -"pegjel ��*! rt3t*3*5.  J-  '*��     ���"'1  |��V    >  . VJ-  IX ',-  L       W  ,���*"..  .-?''^  i: '  i."   i-  ��� * -,4  ,*        *"  *.;  '-��  .'  1 -.1  -J '.  ���* *  >   *  .'    I*  f \r*  '4' .  l��l����MM��WIIWI<niMI|Wna��W>��|lWtl>l>��llMIIM����IU>JI|MWM^  ��f.  CETR/lORE-OUT-Olf-ttFE^  *      ir ""-i    -  ��Q OUT'T��,A. I^O��IE S  .��� . THIS WEEB-iEWD    ;  SV  *u  Sl'qrririg: Denn Martiri, Rr^rtpricaster Pri(l Jean Sebe.rg .  W^PMESPAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY �� SMNPAYr  J-ina 16,  17,, 18,  19 and 20 at BfOp p.m.  . TWItlGHT; f HBATRE  I     Across from tho Sunnycrqst ISrW, Qilisons .Phono. 805-2827  ^ww��n*M1>w1���un��wwMvwlnwtfMuu^lnnarpaMMwtfM���o��^^  ^Maiaiiia)twui>iawaiiuiauHuifiauMuuiiwnai(>^^  Mwta^aMUMMtjMWMMWMMMMwwattttiuMw^nn^ otrnfumtrnfmnnftftiu^^  Rerjular 93p   -WPW  WE ARE OPPN EVEHY NI-3HT 'Til- IPiQO prM-  GROC|iRM:S ^- NOVIELTIB *-*-* .NEC^SltlPS ������  Cfiqpf ing- .;>iWf fi.cfs  SUIHPAY, JUNE 19th  9 (i,m, -1 q.m.  CHliilMOROASBOiF  SATURDAY, 6 p,m,<;9,|>,mt'.  SMNPAY 5 p.m. - |J' vm.i.  Ad-Hi,*- fl.9S - Chlldron ...idcr }% $i;2S  tiMiiini.ir llM|ir# In *jl|li?��:i Nowi Plnliio l|<��*i*n 0|'t'i>  ���'TJU-l-l fa.0-p.;n|,-������'���  ^iiKSSil ^t^-^S��S=SS*��3SS.-XW?r.��."B.  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Siinnyeroit Plago, Gllnom Troll Hoy Conlro, Socholt  yWtWW.WM��IWWI��yWW��l1��l����IWI��l��l^^^  li2Hli1��Wt,'R!,i,j ''t 1 'rt i.'A %^,!ftr&J^tm^f��VA'Vn^^,'M^^''0^'^',K'-  irsi  ��adauafiers  Snrlnk llpU Bpqtfj Th�� (?P'*ro^ (rPPWIi fl*^  U^otf, Skiing B*?flMt All M,e ho��M ��?nd hooting,  hoods lor Surpirior Pun. Conio In Moy ond  ��co our wldo luloctlon.  CUFF'S BOATS & ACCESSORIES tTD.  ISafMt-.' .  '.'.'"...'.'"..'  .. .,'.. .  '...fMn*' 8PS-90I9  i'U; 'i,'. :,;.' i,       J '��� -        '.',������'���'��� i ��������� ;  I-    I  y  '<��-j     i-y^-'    - jtf^ 0,vt*&Z �����' "j-/e    *��   *<^*^*^_^*^^f "^**��f^-;C^ 2-^^ ������i4Ji\._l''ir"?r- *5Sirs-^r'*\  ^"^T**. -i"-*     "r". ty,r*?$cg$^^ v���j'"' rt ��� T" "f *r*"'"f f"*'"tf.T*T"? 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(     %\  i s  >���*    \  r*^==���41  Track' Stairs  Hurdles  Making a fine_eiM*t-at Roberts Creek    10"11'' broad jump; Nonie Miles who ������ jump and Harry Pierre who broke the    While tlie intermediate students \vere:   Elementary School had a field day.   ing over the cardboard hurdles, made  " * '     schopl record with 4'7" highjump. -,''..    participating   in more- competitive    especially in the obstacle race, leap-    by fellow students, ^  ��� -   ���.  Elementary School    Sports Day on    cleared 3'11" in the high jump; Col-  June 4th from left:" Steven Miles with    leeiv Connoj'   with ll-10':'  ip brbad  sport, the juniors at Roberts "Creek  ���fT|-~JW=|l-  ���\0  1 -i��  7"T  l*i  \ i��  t*  I  S"  ���   II  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 16, 1971  n  i.   i  0*  i  ." 0 i  : ������ /  t  <  "K  A'.   ^/.^   '  - 'V  N  \   I *r  *   >y - -  i  ,  ���f    * y   "  ���-   f   r      ar-^j  / '*���  *    "    ���" 'i i  ��� >  ,*      "-v      \' *    .  V      '* "*,  N&  CALL ON  ���    >k  .    " ' Distance Runners  Off to a fine start in the 7 lap, one    young girls who entered the event:    Miles,    Margo  "Sehachte,  Maureen    race brought the clay's activities lo  mile track event at Roberts Creek,    Tracy McKay, NormaUne Galligos,    Miles and Kathy Smith. The  mile    a close. ���  pictured from left   are the plucky    Lori Bee'man, Jenny Jones, N o n i e  ��n  FLOOGICQVgl&SMGS OB.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaeit Road, Gibsons  Phone 886T112  * CARPETS    * TILES   ���* LINOLEUMS  HOURS:.  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  -*-��fi��  "Even your interest  earns interest with  aBonusSflvinw  Account."  c   )')lement��ry   School    with u long mile.ol trnck. ahead. I'lc-   (ionlon Kraus, iylarsliall  I'olilinanu  stmas.  All  Iho  boys  jour-He,������������' ���������'-,  inuy navo peen pracucmg Hard to    HoDurlN Croiu   |f'lementary   School    with a long mile ol track ahead. I'lc- (Jonlon Kraus,  got in trim for  iho mile, event at    nnd now they're off to a good, start -hired from left intjje tough event aru and , Murk Chr)  '    r"1      "J   -""���" "**"���**'���yy;; 'yyyAJJj "--r-y -'  Martin Nelson, ..I.WUI- Miles, Kenny finlsheil, the cou  m     " 0*Lm m   0mm'm     m     ��� *mm* '     '    V ���'' , i - ��� MIIon, Alan ICiIimikIh, Steven .M-IUm,  says'  Barry  Anderson  ��1J��J1j�� l| ���)���!�����  tl  'Where k This  ��� *'  /  Younger Generation  Ml  Going?  a*, n ^(rotBWvtKWW* ***'  *  mttmmiimmmm^imWMmr   I J >��> trf  S0*��i**r****,����  Hardly, (Vlony of Old fltylo'a ataunchost hfimlroro nro quiot  onoo. Mon who find thoir ooW��n iioMra In tho prlvnqy of  tioorlh ond homo, Old fltylo'a tholr'Afylo, tool brownd mow  ��nd on��y to *r?otoh tho modltiitivfl nioodroid"8iyior��  avarybody'fl iitylo, ThaVa why lt,'a D.C.'a moat populor boer.  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For doloiSn  on how lo ��froteli  your qdvArtlalnQ  dollar,!.phono  885 96M, mk for  nooclol od  rataa,  ���A    .-..- .  it��s-4ntft �� * m |f   i  nl ������  '4 -  j -, '..\.  -��-���-     ii 1 ' %'y^tr^'T -1 t^kcrJ.-f ^ ���-��  .1  IT  "     '    i. *   "-  -      i   > *  .**.  *u ���' **���-���*  [-.   .,*?*.     -  .'    *-     \*"AV"-v   -'��� ���*������*. *5���y  ���   a"1  * j^-".  �����***<*0*0*-*,��A^,���  Wednesday, Juno 16f 1971 the Peninsula Times  Page p\$  Half moon Bay Happeni rigs  ���lUNHUlNia Const  lle'pniuil nislnrt,' ii'|>  ���by Mory Tlnk'ley  or pijj Inrnunii and kcni.fls  Tin* vlinle mnl|nr WM^ under cnnKi'ler-  ntron und would pipha|rlY In1 submit |(id.  lo '"."oups und oi[<aiu<-niioi's ul \ha aioa  in llio nodi- Inline. Qiipslioiis were asked  about a house brims Inn 11 al fy chop's"  Point .h-iu'.i. .i ritflil uf passa-'a Mr Cuy-.  ills staled ihal Mi Knisyill of llio Hepip-t-  iiipiiI -ul Tjljf'liwiivs had Ween in lunch  Willi ihu H<Uud lu-jaului-" llii- mul|C|" Jind  il was updci stood Unit tho n-vnijr ol \\w  piopoity luul planned to build across, lhe  L-Msimg ught ol passage but would olfer  an .-lloriialp path behind Ihe sliuctuie.  AiimiMv wtis also expressed thai the jiail  should still i;i\r" accpss to Ihp beach  wlui'li i1. the sated and cleanest beach  suibiblr-   tor   -.uiinnnuig   close    Im   ]laif->  Kinsmen swim classes  start Monday July 5  t"EGIS*PnATION for "Swim Cesses sfioiv  spred hy the Sec'iuH fClpsmeu wjll coifl-  mei-i-p ill tho end of Juiio-Olas"��us staii on  T\fpnda.y aluiv fith lor children "> years and  ' phlpV. fiwlin iiibiniplruss this year iyill  he MiVi i\nn Lt-jhaiu who rlid ni'i-h a wem-  (li'flii 1i��l�� Insl yeai-.-,  lh'jiJstriilifin lee is *}tll�� poi child pr  $Y M), IV ||ip w|uile family and puri'iil*' qro  asi'iMl" to" make nolo ol tho Iollrm'tuj*  IlL'-cps' lor -Pt'istialjrni; Hediwoff-;. fL^F"*  p\p\\ l"jay 1'nsl Other?,' liom l t'o 'rl p.m.  MimihlV, .liini' 2��th Selma-Park, Selma  Park Cpmn.ppily flail, liom I io 3 p.m.,  Tpcsday, .luno 20th- ttiiyh Bay, Wilson  CiufiU Cijijuhjiru.lv Hall, fipru 1 to ,"' p.m.  "���.yi-i.liiof.diiy., Jimu.Wlh. ��� -.  Gibsons Lo-C group  Flowers of Hope Tea  l'llpY y-itinii nicmheis nl iho Uihsoijs  Un-C Uiuup have planned a Kldwcrs  'p|!;Tiui-6-''VI"tn. injiml oil tho recoiil fund  imijihi'jJ'.etjjttjiijj'Bji In help the lopal chapter  of   I (ip .Hot in ded   Ohildrens  Asiocia-  i*j'  ��� ""  ,&  ji  a  *"  .* ,l"'0  >���  '-.it'  Close Finish  Aflur. cnmplotitig fievdji  tough  lqps    (|me of 7 min. 0.4 sees. N-onie AHIes  nnd coming lb the end of Ihb mill)    took tiiird palace jri race which,lakes  rape,   Margo Schachte    breaks  tlio   .great determination lo finish.  tapo just, nhoad of Mauwbn Miles iii      ���      ������-.���*.  to the zrinifiij of the area and it was felt  that in view of the sjze of some of tho  ���projior-ties flUrnj* the Rediooffi! l^tjiid and  lhe it'iuleni-y linv-nds 'a'more rural "way  ol life, nesiduntlai'i -sopinij was-pr-rhjips  . Imi slriiiHcnt. A rlfimgcover-'ti) HesidBiiliil  ���rt,  *t  -*r**0hcmr  .^I7�� Lr-lii. '  -  -����� * A**J< "**- ^ isys^A  EJiwuiKi, .liiapiie ' tiprj .^haron. Krorndgu),  Laurie and Vu-lfi Beenian, Sally McKin-  non and- Philip Madison. Adding'a. pteas  ing variety lo the pvoHram were the organ  snios of Geraldiue Kyles anil l|ie pi.mo  duets of Lisa Slinn with, her Mothei and  V'clu and Laurie Beenian.  tii-aduatii-'n cerlil'irales wore presuntod  ���to   Barbara   Rirkln,   Susan   Brahdys   and  Lisa Slinn who have eniupleted the Ke|ly  Kirby   Kindergarten   course.  Priiies for- memory wprl' ..wpi-e \ypirhy  Siisan ' Brandys," V'VVei'io -fimiih, Dawne  At lee, Rnnija Diib'e, I'ali kmei fc'.ilwnpti ,md  Cluolotto Hiindi.  iT/?-v *"*��" fS  SUNf^ll^E COAST REGBOWAL DlStRICT  The Regional District looter Utility can supply  sufficient. water for sprinkling without restrictions  providirag^there is jio undue  -=4dsefs==aTe=requ^stecl to eo^perqte  water and turning off sprinklers when the Fire Siren il  sounded. '  feMBSfiBQB^  V'    ���  Howe Sound Boorti MenH^^  NIIII full of omu'fjy ul'liir Uio iitI|�� run  unil pouting a pioni' i'ii'f'l iK.AI-nn  lOdilliiiid^i who i'oni|>lulitil llm 7 liipn  Final assembly...  wv'p-FW��j'"iwy'i.',ii" if   ���*"t �����������. k* A)^*MiW&i*Wf  Nice Finish  in li min. 14,4 sec*-, fileven L\liles cai,io  .setiond; rvUir-dinlt rold-n.ms lliird and  Dnvid iVIIIuk I'oui'Ut!  r>0  honor retiring teachers  I'KMDlilll IIAIllioli Mnllriiijt. Iiiiui lh��  li'iu'lihin tilull' nl I'diiilor llnrl'liiiir  Neciilidiiry Hi'liiiol Ihlii your, Miu. 1,'i'filiriixi  li'nh' mid Mi'i-s. t'lnru Lou "vi.'ri'O'pliiiimiiitly  Hilipi'l.-.iul nl Uin Hrliiiiil'i. Iiiiui iiHiiiiinlily  nil- I'Vlilny wlion hIuiIiiiiIii |n,oMiiiiliiil*'ll|lnii  with lioiiiilirtil; florid '|i(HU|iiulir iinil^pnrt  Inn ijii'ln iiliuwiiiK iliul[; wiinn 'iippruiinlii'-  Hon IowumIh lhn IwP; vriry pupnlin:  loTii'liorH, .  Ainu iiiiri'irimieil wim Mr, (), ,\, (.'nriiyhr  wlio rurniviiil n n|ll ni fipiiriicliilliiii I'liil'nru,  ImivliiK I'ur ii yoiir'ii hIimiiiii'h,        .      " ���' (  (Hhlili'lilM     IiiiiK     ll|n    rippiillillllly     10  llunilf Hi'liiiul Hoi'i'roliiry Mih. Ilnlnly lur'  ���iiirjibi'i'lii'lli diirlfm llm yui'iir nnd nlmi Mr.  ,.M'^:i:!t-Jl!L,Jl.l!i. ,''!ll''l:I!i.U:Jj]llu.���MN'!!,(':I!'!(,!''L,  iiei'vii'ii,'  vvilli  i|io  riiiiiiuuiil:  "Hrlnu on  Mini  luyi'ly n'-w |il,|( Ihih'T  rlonlur iJliiilt'iil wlm lum jjlvpii numl  iinnlul in'cvli't' to Hm Ki'huul diiilii/f, Ih'i  y'li'll' In Huh' I'l'irii/iliy'-vliimn liiiino will lip  pmpplimli'il nn Mm' plmpiii |iii'M'|ili'il In  iJin m.'lioirl .by Mm...I'ruii<'i.'n MiiiuiPH In  inpiiiory nl Mlchii'd I'lillllpn Who wuh  Idlji'il In nn nri'lili'iii ut Iho Hfio nf III,  AWAHDS *���  (,'lll/i-illiihlp HWiirrM W"'Mr iweMMilwl to:  i'yn     Diiiiniii,    HiUMh*;'   M������i*|��y,     Ili<1i  KdIhin,  Noil  tS^ahohu.,  D'tvul Sou��l��pu.sl.  Mnryli'ff owitrnV "'��-: JiHwmn tihmU'y,  alil'iili'ii'.CiiDliiiiuij, Mnn. tiimiUw.K Wt'Hily  (^liiyluii, (lerahliiM! Jlt��-|ti-i> ..hd llupdy  'I'nil,  ,'l'lut    hunk    p.l/*>  I'Vi'iirli     i'oiiiinliil  Mm irliy,  ���lony    MopNMi'iiu  ni.,\iL'niU'4  v.i^ii      Im  hy   lh��  l)i-U<P<-  wiri^ over Wilson Crtek  IIOWP fSnun<' Hoom Men camp llirr.uu'j  wilh.a bi��j win over Ihu prfhjtiH ill Wilson Creek on Wedne.sdiiy eveiijpg. These  !w<. teams, playiiia .sumo exiMthifS ball,  have lied bolh llieir jireviotis |-'pi)tw Willi  ti-e Oriplus winnip-i aflor o'ulrii inniiii'M.  Tills lii'no the "i-iinio from behiml" abilfly''  o* the Hoom Men paid off in. Ih'e |pp of  Ihe <ilh,  Kelly alonoK hit doiililim ip lhe hsl and  3rd, iiiiiiUKH, uloipi wilh-Hlchirrd jyiuim-  field Hiid-Hr'ntl Vorrijr'ohia whu (iiinii' (ill.  a riouble iliirin/t the luiino. Tony Unhid-  lunwr, sluiriuji rj/.dll llold ilulira, lonluiil-  ipw iiitdlief) over ijuml lo |.{yl wirllti.'il id.  Ills'Iwo liiiieN at bal. .Ilniiny Uoi||-|UH, lliu  uthcr riphl finlder, lilUlin.! n ipiiinidor In  I'irM, icnlly "luiHiled down lhn biiHo liim  to Up- up, |i(iii,Mii|< lhe |'|.rnl hiiKoi'iinu whi'i  bad liunltlcd lln: bull.  " Wayurr I'liillipn, - OrinlnH pilchcr,  vuuidd n lino drive hit by Hilly Hi'liHL  l-'mcr, thrnw. lo lliird l.i cijlch lhe rinuicr  off hriKn^i'ilTi'S'V'tlliiM ifi" "'ply iliiiiblc piny  of the /pupii, Hick HI'iiuiioiih liii '|'iri|ilu  in Iho bnllnpi of llnr illb and .muirnd llm  only run lor Wllop I'riiiili in Mini IiiiiIiik  HllllM      I IllH   I'll I III M  W.CV I II I It (I | ||       id       ||  " ".Mi -I, ll 10 If)       II    '   |',��, ,    fi    ,  .���ILM, I'ilr-lmi'H ���;���-, Ilroril llnllhill' nml  Hick   Lnwnoii;  I'lilch'UM i'ccll   Lum h  iiiiui nud Mrepl llollliifl', W.C I'llclmi  Waiyim I'IUUIph; cald'iir .... Mob liisoii.  N  _ The liriHl Wliy |o IliHplrii, coillb'oiih  ��i;cirlini)iil by uIIk*)' iniiliiriHiii in \u diivc  n pidittt inp\ '    ,       i.   ,i/  NewMeirilier  ^Vfiv-AI^1 frli'tlliylij'  WahiVps, pgl-Mii  opffi-of iiiein|)brsldii4ind Oold^n Shoo  Hoy Cliqip from Mr. |B. (J. iS|i6i'i|i''n,  rp^idonl i)iant)��or, Canddieiii Ffli'os'  ProdliPls Md., Ilowo fioipid Pulp j)i-  v,is{hn fii' Port rvioiion, rub.  Port Mellon employee  in^ Golden Shoe Club  Mil.   ALIfiX   LinrlholP),  HiiiMini'   TrndoH  (impluyeo of (.'nnaillan KoroKl I'roduolH  Ll<|.. flown Koiiprj .f'ulplljvisij'in al I'oi  Mollon,   rncuiilly   a-reiveil   luul)   r(icn/|n|  lion mid niuiphiiVfilil'p in Hm nofdmi iShnri  Club.  Mcinburiihip injliin club in aviiilablo  on|y to I'liit-i! who "have liimn, I'lived from  (������liiopi* iu|i|i',v .by , wearipu Hufoly hIiiich,  Mr,   Lindliolm    becniiie'   o|i|(iblrt  for  mnnihrtrtdrlp in  llm club as  n  re-mil, ol  HU iiicidonj |fiK| .liii-iiifii'y -wimp n tu'iiffnli  pPKl'nlipjii'rl i'niil of ii |;op''i nlin�� npi'l fiiji  oiibi his foul. The ponl hil Um unruly loo'  boiinreil   abovn  ninl  even   thoi-i. .rosnllui  ill  i!   broken  Inn,   corbiiiily   painful,  bu  inimb   limn   mivnru   Ihun   il   woulil , hiivn'  'Imiiiii II  lio safely  iihoi-ii luul  birnu "wuni,  Mr. 111. ('.', Hlinrjiiiui, iipslilepl nmiiii|(iir  rif Mown Hound I'uli'i DIvJhIoii prosiipliii)  Mr, Liiidliiihn wilh i,\ frii'nmd cm-llllcnli)  iiliriMiui' in his uicinhci-i.iiip hi Um Kruup  and also n Key chum itiiiblcinalin ol Hm  iluli'oii  rihnii Club,  Mi, Lliiilhiihu, nllhoin'h |iluiii.i;i) io Id  |iii'ii|pil/nil   and   I'lcccplcrj   Inlo   Ibin   n||bi  /ifniip,    b-uds   lo   illsi'niini|(i!   hji^ woi It  liiillnn Iioiii niniiibi.'ii.lilp on Hi" idoiinrlM  Dial llm IniHiillon in Jiml luo rlnrii luipdil  ������h����I    Iho    khm.i  u'wiu'd |U'l/c.  Tlm   AlLtx   '/iiollu   hUhJtiiM JU,r*nry-  wim presi'iili'il lo Miipt .^mmIIkimI.. /  llcclplcplM of \hm>tm Vm* wi-i'';  ( lutiyl, Min', Iiiii l��m��! rf��-f.-.��-io.(, l��'Mii|t I����*��''  siiioiiN, l-iii/nnim HirnCfn-', l��M.-imliii f"|'<ii-,'l-y  npd Diiiiid  Luc  . Hcholn>shl|> pins' pM>��-����M<l by, Hut  Hi'honl Principal Mi,; ,A, \\*. 'ptrntpimm  wi'iil loj HtiHioi iSlit��l��''.y, 1!-"�� Daulm"*, Jiuly  Tllll,    .lllllll'U    i'lUIIMIIIIH,    M��i'����-HM��I3*|   M"��l��  ruliii,   Doiipliln liy����H,  Ma��M����ii iU.Uw.wni  npd Mnry i'mniTiiii,  YIU.AGJ* OF 6IB5QNS  WARNING - DOG REGUUVFIOMS  Any dorj nol ninlor lorish fnm*4 wlihln ih��*�� Villoao of.Gilwoos,Is  I'iohlo |o |,<r |"r|fM.'l ii)i'nnd'lm|>niif)i|iYl \l\ nr.cdrt\rmrn wilh llwi Pf>fl  li'}U!llr!!ifM lty;l"W. , ._.,���.���.,,/.,,,,���.,.;,���.������_��� .�����,.������ .������.��� ������,.., ,.���,,��,....,������������,������������..���.�����..,_..  ' Owiioifi of Iinpoiindiiil (lo'jfi'rirn i'u��'|tdr��fl ��'> poy imt^wy hm n.  Iho Municipal Office, phono Mt.WW, Iron) 10 fo |*> noon, | io 4.30  p.lil., Mnndoy Id hldoy. hnt]f> moy |ki pk;|<u<| ujr or�� prin��nioiio��i ol li����  rw.iilpl, lo Mir,,,M, Thoihuin, Cnroinknr^ BRA7475, ot lhe potmd^  rflrn'ffrnf'f*nynn nnd P^iA Pntvfo - - b&iYtwn )0 n rn nrttl / pm ��� Mwndfly  in frldny,      , '  ���  hmi), vn  'pavip /oiirr,TON  OVfH 9r10 n.m. * 8t30 p.m, Monday lo Sotlodoy��� Ffldoy nlgl.i 'Oil 9 p.m.  ff-|f>AY 7',"> ��� 6Upi'|l|Sri SppClrAlf"  Cowilo  GilMOilE-S VARIETY. SHOP  r>��r.lin|  \  i  . +*0*0*\m-+������***, wri**twjw��������fwiuj*��i*iwijr jrj��*i-��ivw.��^rtir���� mT ww<it'i)*-<"��<'*'W''*��*^*-h**^M  .gr*. *m*-t0* pr-.*?. 0*t*it*-v*, * ��vai0'0^0^^j^^i^^ ^ 0t ^ l^*0i.4*'0^/n^m^n\0*0t0-*T^  m^��w4B*n4krf-M>l'��BAii<i*-"iiihil4iii t\ t**.^mi wu *  .���toi&t******,^*^.^,***^*,**,m*&0&&*.^.fi*+0����� ��h��h��4h>4��<knafiAA''0,l|'A'*f ^^tL#*��j��^,^n^fc^i.j%|^(fij��# ��A#if.*�� Wl.\  Ml  ���;fl,..'i'-'i''v. v-���;���:���������>,":'--r-.;.;/'^"^'','.'' ....������ -':���-"���. ,..^:   ..rr-'-'V":.*.-/'-..,.-.-.., ...-.-��� .'������'���"����� -.*���>.- ;^ ���_. ;- ::ja:a  j ,*'" 1'^"T?-i^L,"*";''j-VTrVr }*f*>fJT?yi r sfpfffsr^fyyzYyfffy^yyyy/fZ^^fZrg*: ^ v-V*""*" "���'*" 7 J ^'*^^''-^fV*rrt��<^''-''''f,*fV^''*'^  l'   , '    "    _ a "    'J    . ' 'a      '��� _ , �� , ������ L '' * ' \ ���        ��� -' ' >,'" "'',.*"'���',    ', 3  lit-'  * .  f. -��  il.'  J1 I  By Edna M. Glover.,�� X  Former" resident looks back  at West Howe Souncl history  ���K-*  *���*  s$"  I  s^. .  -( 1  &4  i *.  1    >v  it  1  1     4  ***������ r  t  v.-  c  a  H  ,*.-'��  "  I     I  ; !  ji*.  s  *������  A'  -/ :  ' "������  '        J? V  l.   7.  WE ARfi told to never look bpcW. I think  we should always look back tp t,hosp  things' in the past, that brought us pleasure.  . The first hotel on Bowen Island was  situated in .a bay on the Vancouver side  of Hood Point Around the turn of the  century logging outfits on Bowep Island  used bulk to pull the logs. They would  use ciiound six bulls at a time. The only  activity tiO years ago in the vicinity of  -Boai Point and. Poit Mellon tip West  Howe Spnncl was a logging -outfit P#ned  "by'Dit" Hastings Mill Company-. J$ie Ipgr  tying" w��is done by ltpisgs;, pu)ling':'/}p0  clown ^Md loads which were weU greased  and itv took sever ai liaises to pullfa load  of logs ab eac-li log was attached to the  one ahead by chains and the stone boat  bi ought up the iear The_stone boat Vvas  leally n hollowed out  log and was used  . fqrJaking the qhains back to the operation sight in the woods. A far cry from,  logging today with the big diesel trucks  hauling the logs. __  There, really wasn't much doing up  West'Howe Sound at that time. The building of ; Port Mellon had not started and  Capt." Geo.. Cates and his wife lived in a  houseboat 'at the mouth of Rainy River at  what they called "Seaside". The logging  .'outfit working for the Hastings'Mill Co.  jVvas  situated  beside .an   Indian   Reserve  1 and on this reserve lived an Indian named  "Charlie" who was  the last of his tribe*  and  jyas  living   alone.   He  was   a  very  loiifjly man but the loggers--kept an eye  on him and often gjjW bim food to help  him out. He did have berries as well as-  many apple-trees the result of" seeds, having been  scattered  from  pot latches  that  had taken place there by visiting Indians'  from  Gibsons, One  day   Charlie  decided  he wa_s tired of going on alone and hung  ' lu"ist'H". He was, buried in his canoe beside Jus family on a rocky point beside  what'lwas later the wharf at Port Mellon.  After areas had been logged off and  the men and equipment moved to-other  locations they left behind some wonderful skid roads which opened up many nice  places to explore as some roads went  as far back as a mile and a half.  ~ We- alwtry^aughM^^  thp ��� game warden came to dinner. My  sister who is a South-paw.saw a grouse  on- a log. She picked up a rock and  "plunk" she made a direct hit and down  went  the grouse, a very-dead  bird!  Sis  ' knew killing a grouse out of season just  0 wasn't .done   but  could   she   Help ,it   if  "she killed it on her first try? Not knowing when  the game garden "would appear, she played it smart and either burned or buried the featheis. Sure enough,  when the gyouse appeared on the dinner  ���table in the-farm, of a pot-pie, who should  appear at the door but the game warden  and his assistant, They. wei;e both invited  to a..nice ho| .meal, su'ch. a change" from  ^cooking their own meals on board the  '���"��� government launch,  It \vas4 a���nice dish  " of pddgeoi^pie ' too.  He  knew  and   they-  ' knew that he knew, it was no pidgeon  pie,   but, before   they. jat. down   to   eat"  the men were given a couple* of lovely  freshly baked juicy wild blackberry pies  to   take  with  them .on   the  launch,  No  mention  was  ever  made  of   the  grouse  pie. ���       - <.-  It wasn't too long after that the build-'  , ing of Port Mellon started. .When the  mill was finished it operated for awhile  then shut .down for a long-time-'while  the machinery rusted. This happened  several times, different shareholders put  up the money and different shareholders  went broke. The government had already  surveyed a . road/ from Gibsons to Port  Mellon but wouldn't develop it until the  mill was opened and operating^constantly  which, ef course, came to pass many years  later. _ ' ' ��� -  . Around  this  linYe, Seaside  Park was-  developed and what a pretty spot it was  . -then, with Rainy River in all its beauty  running alongside the park-like grounds.  y Picnicers from Vancouver often came  in chartered boats such as the CPR.  Princess Adelaide and many others. That  was a gala time for all of us as we were  always , invited to join. in the fun and  share in the free ice cream and soft  drinks. Friends, from as Jar away as Gibsons came to the picnics.  Ina 1919 the McNair Shingle "Cor'ot  Vancouver moved into the area with Nat  McNair in charge of their "Hillside operations. We used to "meet him 'on the  float every day while waiting for the  ship to arrive with our mail'and car-get.  Ti.e float was. anchored cjpse to the  mouth"   of ' Black   Creek    and    at   times  there would be quite a tide "'running.' "IT  the engines on the incoming ship did  not slop soon enough, there would be  plenty of boomsticks cracking or snapping and some would flip into the air. We  usually sensed when, this wpuld happen  und would gather in the centi'e of fhe  float-and let-er-rip, Nat MpNph' would  get sp angry when this happened het  would tell any engineer foolish enough'  to stick his head through a-porthole, just  what he thought. .Once Na,t missed the  line thrown him and I have a hunch jt  might have been -"accideiUly-on-purpose"  because he was- ted up having so many  t>6Pmsticks broken, apd tie the ship continued ;on to _ shore. Gibsons, Granthams,  Hopkins and many other places were all  growing- Herb Grantham was far sighted  enough to develop Grantham's Landing,  but the upper part of West Howe- Sound,  from Beai Point on, was slow -iiv developing on account of the on-again off-again  working of the Port Mellon mill.  Over the years, many ships called,'It  was once a week at first and .then more  often as 'we grew. Gibsons, of course, did,  better because they had the .bepef.it *of,  some ships going North, such as the- very  o���ld Comax, as; well"as- theChelishin. They  also had the..game,ones we did. Defiance,  followed by the Britannia, both skippered  by Capt- John Cates, who.'was a brother  of- Cnptain Geo.; Cates.. of Seaside -Park  and a relative of the Cates family of tow-  boat farne, well-known around Vancouver-  Harbour. Later we had the old B.B. the  Marine Express and Lady Evelyn which  we "liked because she has been given the  whistle from the old Britannia. Some  Saturday afternoon a launch called  - "Kathleen" came up with office workers  going to various camps for the week-end-  Pear to the hearts of those on.both East  and West, Howe Sound and also along  the Sechelt Peninsula .was the "Capilano"  who served' us well for so many years,  in spite of the fact that some days we  swore they had stopped to "fish" she  was so long in�� arriving. When tier sailing  days were over her- hulk came to rest  at Powell River- breakwater to be beside  her sister hulk the good ship "Gardena"  ,whic'-rhad served the upper poast for  many years.  There was a colorful figure down Hillside-way called Mr. Pearson. He was  a character with long white beard and  beady eyes. He kept a cow, some chickens and I think a few pigs. We always  got milk from him but if the health authorities ever saw the condition of his  living quarters they would have had a fit.  However, "he was very clean when handling the milk���at least if anyone was looking. He always started any conversation  ..with;,,..'.T.-tellypu:.mis.ter'..'.,. One sum me r  when going for the milk I noticed a once-'  white~ leghorn uchitkeiTr"nvil.h"a-Tope"tie"d"  around, one leg, on" top of his cabin and  it was a very dead chicken and from the  look of it, had been on the roof all  winter long. When" asked why he had that  dead phlokpn-'up-xru his, roof, he Voplied,  ,fI-tpll-ypu-nfiifttpr4-^auiH'ad turte th cook  'er ypt.'\ ��� "\ ' ' v ," . '  .' Aciofis the saupd was' Wooh'idge Is-  teiid which wp called" "Shadow Island"  -as*it seemed to be pestled against i Gam-  bier Island, although a deep chann&l lies  between the, two. -The fact that Gainhier  and Bovyep Islands divide East from  West Howe Soypd als,p helps considerably  to lessen -the force of. the whids from  the Squamish, which "sure kick up some  pretty had storms, particularly ' in the  wintertime.  When the road was opened from Qibsons to Port Mellon, I motored to Port  Mellon to have a "Jook-see" and much  as I enjoyed^ the ridp I felt it was ft  1 mistake-tp g'o, bad*., We cpuld no longer-  go-back to pur rowboat days because  'rpwbpats had giverr way to power ^boafs  which do-nothing for the. biceps, like a  good workout with the oars wpuld do.  In looking back I am sure Pauline  Johnson must have found the inspiration  for some of her poems from the quietness  apd stillness- of the woods. The 'beauty,  and song1 of the birds with, the wind  blowing softly among the firs and cedars  contributed its own particular song. When  reading some pf her poems we associate  them with the creeks we have kno'wn  and loved. Laughing into the forest.'dim-  ples a mountain stream, pure as the air-  alKive,it, soft as a summer's dream. Just,  as the "Capilano" across from Yancpu-  ver echoes the voice of the Indian" Maiden  Ya"ada, Black Creek and Rainy River  both echo the' voices of Indian Maidens  of many moons ago. When my sister  said she would love tp motor through  the area she knew and loved so well,  she was told to live with her memories  of it���-it was better that way. When she.  Ting�� B-$  ���* i  Tho Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, Juno \t\\, 1971  rpaliupt] tlvuit perhaps woi were right, sl\e .  pp-nposed the foliowilU'i: ':       ' '  PACIFIC   DOHN      ,  Tim" Ippesprno-for the scent of pine,      .'.  ������'the salt lapg of the sea.' '"   J  ".|"he beach vvith seaweed, shells and  ,   spawn, and seagulls wheeling free.  Por rooky  bluffs that   rear  their  heads  where  gnurled  arbutus  clings,  Where" flow'i'ing moss-eif many hues, from  every creyice springs.  Jim lonesome tor the forest groves, a great  Cathedral dim,   . . i  When  ripplpig streams giye forth  1heir  ,    .; pra.isp, ip ope eternal hymn.     -  \ "fpi' 'little bircls thai s|ng at eye, where  Vf fail firs reach the-sky;  While  everywhere  from  cjawn  to  dus}*^  sheer beauty meets (lie eye,        r    ���"  I Ippg to .see the little boats, go drifting  ' hy Jn'y dnpr, *.    . ���  And near the neighbors' cheery hail to me  upon  the shore. ��� ' ,  These a":e-the little common things,  our humble lives adorn;  'That  mean so mtich  to "'me  for  I'M PACIFIC BORN.  .   . *       *       *  -.   Poem   is  by   Mrs.   Alberta   Johnson,  "Box  365,  Cliemainus,  B.C,  . "f.wfi .-Indians   were   hanged   for  murder   in   l"853.on   Protection   Island -near  -Nanaimo   and  the   scene  nf   the- execution      received      the      name *   Gallows  point. ' - ���  . Is���.  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