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 .���"I^ag  ��� w ������i:'^i^^'l^stf'sy^^^^is  For Chapman Creek . . .  District Forester outlines      ,  ^ ex \ ""* '������ \    . '        '      ' - '  watershed protective steps  y. i .  ���  SUNSHINE Coast Regional Boards work- . of. the forest ecosystem will be minimizing   toward   protection  of   watersheds     ed  by  requiring" the  best and. most  ap-  and,    more    specifically,    the  Chapman.  propriate   watershed   management   meas-  NINSUL  \    . ��� .        ��� ��� \       ���  beryjna-tbe_SHnshine_CDast^lHowe_Sound ta Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landirigj-Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, SecbeTt, HqlTmdon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mall  Union   ^SB*... Label  This Issue 16 Pages��� 12c  Creek watersHed, has indicated interest  in discussing planning requirements for  logging operations in that area with the  B.C., Forest Service.  Letter from district forester H. M.  Pogue states: '   ,  J^t this time," rather than personally  discussing the issue with you, I will  attempt .to outline .what planning .'requirements will be instituted- to . avoid  watershed damage. ' < '  As you are no doubt aware, logging  operations have been carried out in Chapman Creek Over a long period of time, j  particularly in the lower reaches. Much  of the logging was and, to some extent,  still is, done on timber licences^ These  licences were issued prior to the Forest ���  Act and give the holder the right to cut  the merchantable timber without leaving  areas for firebreaks, stream protection,  etc. The licences do specify that trees  and logging debris must be kept out of  streams but do not control the rate of  cut or require planning to control runoff or prevent erosion.  As noted in Mr. Stokes' letter to the  Deputy, Minister of Municipal Affairs of  August 24, 197-1, the only timber sale of  any consequence in the watershed is A-  00044. Timber Sale Harvesting Licence  ���sA-00044 was awarded on October 2, 1967  to Jackson Brothers Logging Company  Limited. The licence is for a period of ~  ten years and authorizes the licensee to  cut 518 M c.f. of timber per year from  within the boundaries of the licence area.  A sketch'map of the licence boundaries  is enclosed for your information. Actual  cutting, however, is authorized by means  of cutting permits, which are usually  issued for a three-year term and restrict  logging to a specific area within the  licence. The cutting permit .specifies-the- -  timber  to  be  cut.  The Forest Service recognizes that  Chapman Creek is an important source  of domestic water supply for Sechelt, as  well as being a salmon and sport fishingstream. Within the" framework' of"  our administration, one of our basic land  use guidelines is to establish procedures  for public and private development and  for utilization of all resources and compatible integrated use. As such, deleterious effects of natural and developmental  '"phenomena''"'piT "the  water* cKaf��cteri"stics7  k_  r.  .'   '   J.   ���" ���  -v..  ������i ,      - _    ��� _:.   j  WINNERS  ..'Main   prize   winners     in   the   recent,  Homemakers ^Glub raffle, -were: -l-st-Mrs.  7S5at.t Jaeger, Seehelt!*2rid Mrs. Rita Higgs,  ���Selma Park; 3rd .Mrs. Cecile Augu^tvljv  addition there were 50 consolation prizes.  ures , and conditions to be incorporated  into all proposals for resource utilization  and integrated OSes, including preplanning of all developments and protective  measures.  " In keeping with this, objective, in  order to reduce potential increased water  temperature, quantity ofv sediment and  logging wastes that could reach Chapman  Cr"eekT-H���is anticipated that, if possible,  logging adjacent to the creek will be  planned on an alternate patch basis,  When the logged area has been regenerated  and  such  regeneration  has   attained  '     .     ;    ���see page A-8  Gooncib sponsor  Cleanup Week"  OPERATION '"'Clean-up, Paint-up Week"  *��� goes into force in both municipalities  April 16th to 22nd and is a combined  project of both village councils and  chambers  of ��� commerce.  Initiated a few years ago by the Gibsons Chamber, of Commerce and aided  by village council the scheme was dev-'  ised with the object of encouraging' res-  Jdents__to_clean up their properties by  disposing of old items left lying around^  which normally are not accepted for refuse pick-up.  Garbage collector Bob Kelly has will-  ingly co-operated by putting his equipment available on a set day in order to  collect such items as old appliances, mattresses and, in general, any junk not  normally-collected. Old auto bodies will  also be taken away by request of owner  and for a $5 fee.  It is also hoped that home owners  will give support by carrying out paint-  up and spruce-up of homes and buildings where required.  ~   Mr., Kelly - will-make-his regular.pick.-,. 7,  up in Sechelt -.Friday April 21st and will  then make a second trip to pick-up the  unusual   items.   The   procedure " will   be  repeated in Gibsons Saturday April 22nd.  Write aboui your  paper, win $300  READERS of The Times may win $300  15ih~lincra'^^  simple   letter   outlining   what   the   local  newspaper means to them.      ."'..���������  The   annual     contest,   sponsored     by  Ddmlriion Textile Company pf" Montreal,  was won last year by Mrs. Joan Stuch-  ^ b^ripyl, of Grantham's Landing,, a. reader  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSH.NE COAST.  Volume  9,   No720  ���WEDNESDAY,  APRIL   12,1972  CANFQR continues  scholarship grants  TWO  $250  Scholarships  are  offered  annually   to   students   attending   Elphinstone   Secondary   School,   by   the   Howe  ��� Sound Pulp Division of Canadian Forest  Products   Ltd.,   Port   MelTon7 B.C,   The  Scholarships   are   part   of   a   continuing  program undertaken by the Company to  r/emphasize   the   nee'd   for   highly   trained  personnel .in their mill- operations.  One' Scholarship .will be offered to a  .student entering the B.C.' Institute of  Technology and the other to a student  planning to enter-the Faculties pf Science  or Engineering at any university in B.C.  Recipieqts of the scholarships will be  selected by a committee made up of  representatives of Canadian Forest Products Ltd., Howe Sound Pulp Division and  Elphinstone Secondary School. The committee will consider academic standing,  attitude and work throughout secondary  school and student's interest in the fields  of science, engineering or technology.  Applicants will not be required to  write the Department of Education examination for scholarship to qualify for  the Canfor scholarships. Application  forms will be available from school counsellors "and mysT~T5e~submittedr~by June  15th,  1972.  .*$ Annual tournament  outstanding.success _  FINE weaffier .prevailed "for .the  annual -  shotgun tee-off at the Sunshine Coast  Golf and Country Club, last Saturday,  April 8th with some 58 golfing enthu- .  siasts participating.  Golfers separated in' small groups and  each   group   gathered   at   separate   tee-  offsT 'At* 'the firinjg" of a'"'''sHotgu1ii"''by"Xiirr'r  Norm Burley the tournament was ���a.in  motion.  Four prizes were awarded for both  ladies and men's low net. For the ladies,  first, second, third and fourth went to:  Norma Gaines, Jean Gray, Maureen Sleep  "and' Mel Fraser, in that order."High, net,  ladies, went to Jean Meadows and hidden  ���low--seore at No.--7 to Audrey McKenzie  with a  birdie.  Men's low net, first, second, third and  fourth   were   won   by   Jim   Leith,   Don  rrartftr^rrii^T^ri-^oyesr^r:  net 4o Joe  Horvath  and  hidden  low  at  No 9 to Tony Burton, with a birdie.  Seasoned Hunter  Checking her- 'trap lines last week    stantly killed the animal. She drag-  oE'l!.!feertinsuiri'Ti�� aboye^Tuwanekfor boj^yong time "���" ged^and,packedjthe^i|-cat through  .SechBttl7y 777 "zy& ,. :; ~ '.77'   7v   ...     1~" '"     "      ~n~A    "'       ' ~ " ' "  : The   prizes���are   again   being -offered ���..-.  -...���,      -������.���;-    - ~tvt .-.������-   ,-.���   ���     ������ ���. ��r    �� n    -    .���-���..-��������������.^vc**^''  .ii.   "~  this.year,'tp our readers; All entries must  . paws in one of ;l*e.r,t-raps., Nol; antjp-   ,at West porpoise Bay!' M"i$s. Sdberg  Revenue increases  Hunter, -Befgeldt Solberg: came, upoji.*.- U^e bush unaided but, flija-lly./.iJbtain-  ���Ms^jfiO ^'���''a^^xvMi^fk',r-\iy: the r eHVassistance^o bring^rFtp Her Home  "    ._ "1_.      *". _<������___        _   I*      ._ J 1. TVT ��� J.'- _._._._ '   _. L      tIT J. _i      T~t  _'      __*" ' "tS���___.'_'i *Tt')f��tL 7       f1J.ll .  BASEBALL  ; Wilson   Creek     Community   Association asks that all boys wishing to7,p]ay  baseball for Wilson Creek please register  at the,Wilson. Creek.,Community Hall ,31^7.17^  ' 6:30 'pjrri. "Thursday-   April1 "13th."Those"':sahd 'entries--sHouId' be hbFless than 250  be in-.1 The Times --office not later "than 5  p,m. Thursday, April 20.  ,;v ; AIL entries will be_ published ���in._our,  i^pei*,|and thenl .forwarded for.judging, to  Cahliclian Weekly Newspapers'- office  at  "i^roiStp.,  patitig such big game she; was arnied \ poses by. her victim, accompanied  only with a ,22 rifle but one shot '.by her hunting cornpanibri, a small  fj^orr^^ distance of twenty feet in-    Keesiiond. 7, :. .    .  increase says  or  XXA  liisi^wondering'  l:  who have their 9th to 13th birthday in  1972 are eligible.  AUTO pRUSHER  Police   will   co-operate  as   much  as  words,', flor more  than , 700.  . ,  Ypiir entry should be a frank expres-  3iprj': pf-ypur- ppinipn-pf-the- valueyofr- a���-,-.�����  ���lbcaV newspaper ."'The' judges wiirriot'lopk       *S|'  fpr, excessively, high praise fpr the local  poss|blei,1(with, the.Regional,^  ';Kifl''������i;nv;^  bbclies, Owners are asked to rembve to      , .Polished  literary  expression    is  hot  Regional Board director  questions lire lank hay  TAXP,AYERS7lri .Sechelt--may���'. rest', .as- Aid. Osbornp agreed and drew attention  sureoTthat there. will be no ihcrease to   the   fact  that   the   road   is   in   poor  in   taxes   for  the   village   this- year   or condition- due to reconstruction and re-.  in> the 'foreseeable   future.   Mayor' Ben cent train. He also explained that with  Lang;1 prior "to ''discussion" bri 'the' budget, ' subdividing' taking 'place'''in' that area arid  stated that the village is in a fairly heal- the  anticipated    construction    of    new  thy   financiaL. position,   What,   with   ah homes,  villagg_j;evenue  should  increase  ^:nrdrease.Jii.-the per ��� capita-grant -due to substantially" witKiri    the   near '""f uttire;  ��� increased .population, -many.(new-homes ..thus council should be in a position"to  and subdivisions going ahead within the continue a sound paving program.  community,  indications  are  that  village    , ^,^,.h^ii^;a^i>ftjHtfhBr  official garbage dumps where theyyinajr, , SfJu^g-j^t, either, T   be piled wliile"'awaiting''amval' of 'i'h'o" "'^eWers'*"'of":'ThB'',Times"',to'"seTv''dpwri''in  provincial crusher. Police will take action against those abandoned vehicles  left- on public highways.,. ,..,��� ���,,.,���   , .  ��� DIRECTOR "Bert SJade of Selma Park, tho garbage committee,..himself and the  The object 13 to encpurage "''at last meetting;Pif��the Regional Board, �� works superintendent hold a ineeting  ^^.li.-.,^,,,,.;,,,^.*,,*.,,.,^  objecrbf 'providing 'greater"de-*  fire ..tank.-truck was--approved without -tail regarding the situation,1 "This will  first going to bid. It h��d,been stated that bring it out into tho open i'or I,can't  the existing,vehicle, in,Gibsons,,hud,been 7see any. likelihood, of,.seepage", he said,  straightforward language what their coira-.,  munity newspaper metins to them,, their  families,,���their., lives, .and their cemmuni  f ^(W^fcM^M^WiliH*!* ii'-*i-Hi1��iWtfUiiJBl ft.  i*,w^��-i|^ ��~k.%  "ACTION NOW  ��� Former Vancouver'Mayor Tom" Ay Is-  bury-will meet .with the-,Secholt Senior  Citizens April gOth at 3 p,m'. to speak  tio4s; if it falls short, cpnstructive crit-    deejared  um'oadworthy    and  leism if) welcomed.   '       ������~'  T'iP"prif5o' Pf $300 ca.sh and the' hpnpr  of a gold'".medal, is -worth spending a-few  moments tp think abput tho role of your  was   not  arrangement  on "Action Npw fbr Pensioners" a"group' local newspaper iri your town. Get go-  working toivard a fair deal fer pen", ing| Alndi'omemberUho deadline. You'll  sionors,      ���''      ���" '7    yij' beMpirig a7real' cpmmunily sorviqer  wprth repair, Thereiorq  have !heen made fev' i\ now one  ���" Asked by .Director, Slade�� wliether bids  had. been sought? director Frank West  explaincid that the I'lro Chief did negotiate with u number of cornpanloH and  Individuals before any decision was made.  , Mayor,;, ^ally Potoraon agreed with,  Director ll Slade that, it is usual, to go to!  bid ' "Council shpps ai;pund and! obt'iilns  bids which are then opened at lho name  tlmo,  Thin   avoidn  any   later  criticism",  ho' said  ���,"���,,.���.,'  �� Director Slade unld lhat ho wan mainly  ��� concerned with the 'tank' which has- to  , be cuHtom built "from my own tixpori>  once oli that buslncsfl I know It is-.poH*.'.  , nlblo to Hiiiva up' to 2B'j(i"'by''Hooklng bkl's",  ho added,   Director UirncWolverlon eummunlisd  that crocUt  in duo  Iho  I'lro  ilopailmuii,^  .���ioi\���Jhe,���.tniublOrlVrvw<-'tv'r-l:trHn--t��^lcil'J  c��btftlri"Ju.���aood��tlcitti.u,  >/*^H.H,U^,7f^ii  man, agreed and isuid that ha had considered the location to 'bo the ultimate  site,' It wus agreed .to hold'-U'-mqellng  an KuggoHlcd, .    ,       '  REJECTED  . Application to rozono part of an ex-  luting trailer park In orclqv,that tjjio pwn-  pr' might operate'' anew 'trailer jjalpfcotit-  Dlroctor  Slade  pointed  out  Unit   he  wm.. , hot   being  critical, but   wan   "Just  wondering", llowover, ho added that ho  ��� doe,1, like to see HpaclflcHtlonH and tonrloi-H  . for. Huch UoniH,-  ' M,6bJ[LE"HOMES '  Planning Commlttoo Ih promii.tly I'mi-  nldcring a momo'on rogulatlonn and re-  ���--qujrements-for'mobile homo��� piu'lw.-Pro-  ,.nented by planum- IDd CuylllH.ll.u muluo  /deals*> basically  wllh  silo   rotuilremoi,^  ��nd,ropnrtH from nurvoyj. oarrloil oul ,in  7.,niii<M\.: sqinnwiouitiH, .: }  In gonural,lt Ih uomildorod thai ii nuix-  ��� ., imum ��� of ��� eight tillim por acre ho coti-  sldcrcd for mnhilQ-'homa'parUH' of which  ono hUp povawo Hhould ho I'm- pln.fi  ground mid miroallunal mui, Kuriluir,  Uu.'t.uun.(nlnuiin-Mltu-ai''oa-ul'-4l'lv(.'iuiii,ati'-bo  oiil'oriiod.  -7LTh^:.xonihil,l life ���1 x w L*fziiti�� 11 v'<* *����i.. 11 - -\u i U.  'nludy ll\o prnpoiitklii'iiL louitlfi ImioToTiflil'"  lug any ruaiintiHiuilulionii lo Iho Jiuni'd,  .. revenue1 :-wiU increase, satisfactorily ^with-'-  out tax increases.  ,,.., ,,,Apart,Jxqm holding the.lino,oh,taxes,,  ���; council  will  spend  the" largest'iamqunt'  ���', to-dato on roads, maintoniince and street  , lighting, Considerable paving is scheduled  and   plans  call  for  upgrading  of  luncs,  ,,,j\dvd^  pi'ovomonts to Bouibvurd which is presently hi poor shape,  ' Capital expenditure for toad paving  thin year will bo $18,000 und a further  $12,000 budgeted for road maintenance,  lancH etc.  An  l'ncrouHQ  In  vlilago  rovonuo  am-  , ��� n... ���, ������ , _.,������.������,���������     ounllng  to !j.4,000  comes; fi;om  increase  '���"������lot-- wn8-'rojQ0ted.-'-'Prop.4tonMh^  long QHtobliHhad. SudhIUiiq Coast Trailer niUln. A further ?2,700 i'qhuUh i'rom thp  Park   at  Qlbsons   S,   Hand.   Reason  for . P"*" cnpU�� population lneruono.  rofuRal-wns^lha^su^^ "7 Mayor- Lang  also  suggested   that   if  encburago po,snlbla Homo paving'of iHo "Went Por-  ..Highway.'i01,'���..���.���-.'-���������.������������'";,;!:vl���||,i;v,N...nfv.v polHo   Bay   Road  should   bp  conHldorcfi,  .. ^     '|'  ;,!;'" '���|",|Ml,i,,)|,,���; ; ; , ��� r. .  Councils cfrop&rtite ij,;,; 7 ,       ' ' " ���    .    ��� ; . v  ���     ������   ,'   Ih,!'..!....,!  . ��� .     ' \ .    ���      .  Airport improvement sought;.  ���power-and7pavmg-uessentictl-  INDICATIONS aro lhat'id long last'an'  nllompl will1 bo madoby bothmun-  , K'lpalillcH. to  bring  about  Improvements  to tho municipal airport' at Wilson Creek,  Alderman ��� Norm   Watson    told   Secholt.  I'nunOll latUwocik lhat ho has inol with  Alcl, Dixon Of GiliHons' unci both 'nru in  "ncoortf Instullafioh ofiiy'dro"i')ow"eii' would  -, In, ono major start,,      ",;. ���;   1 1 1  Another problem, prctumlly holding  bav'lc the airport In Iho fact that 11, Is a  gravel runway. This In-nol l'f��vorod-;by'  modern light alrural'L I'or gravul flys up  and invarlablo nuisos damago, lo propol-  . ku-ti and  aircraft, ��� ��� , >  pendlturo of $(10,000 or ho.  ���   Mayor  lion  Lang  said  that  ho. Iwih  boon  given, to  understand  tho  Department. Ih vory  Interested  In  tho Wilson  Crook airport because of its fog free location, Aid, Watson said ho did not o,iii.s-  llon   that'but   Huggostod   both   uouiu'lls"  "|)Voss'*;fi)r'Rogli)ni\l DlislrlorpaVtlc'Ipiillon"  in the airport. ,  it was agreed thai cmmuil co-oporalo  with "Gibsons In a ��Joint- loiter loMln-  "Islry of Tvansporl sooKIng federal assist-  anco In paving iho nlrlp. '  , Aid, ,W,alnoi) i.nlil.lu), luui altio had dls  -ctiKHUinH���\vlHi~niio���prcviHlcni~(ir���-(.hn���ro  ���4.-JPUIDUlUDUMl>?  tWr&BVf.   f&t.  MUCH TO DO  Alderman  Jiornol  Gordon" added  his  mi|i|)ort   to ,i\  prnvtiuiM  prolosl   by, Aid,  W��iliion~lhHt.-*n-nli,Jp-'hrlv,H,nrllM,-~'nldo���  ,,a:iilly .ruvLUill/.uil  J'lyhifi, cltil).   Ho  whii    walk and Hut Trail Hay Oiilru hau not  j^vciUiuwUmiluuiLJ^^ nn  n  wml-nvn-cn   !��>.,  lie inliiruhUiil In mili-ltiiinlng tho airport    I wren nioXHiir'ir-'ii'i"itT"TuW)y'^  ami  in turn .would m.i'opl. riM.pui|H|lilll|y    in'oporlloi-i, Tlmy woro tolil by llio Mayor  A"im"JWl!UJll"L.��m"lwWtt^^  iiiK'lully, This would 'mil moan Dial Iho    mil o.TTliu pmjiul.  Tnoiuiynvjiuid'^ii^'frpin^ia^voiuin'ornr^^'FoilowTiv^^  would sllll bo a public airporh two aldermen fell, should and should not  An' Air Transport official  has lixllu-    bo iluna hy way of heaullflcatlon, Mayor  ��� tp ��� the -' sea-wall,1 even more if free rock  become? available from ' the Highway  Department works crewy  GRANTS  Aid, Norm Watson showed a change  of heart by moving that tho annual!, grant  of $200 be nuido to tho Sechelt and Dls-  Hnrlct"iChamboi',"6rCdmmorcb lowlu^plDr?*"  atlon of its tourist bureau, He commond-  ,,cd..the: Chamber, on having done, a good  job with tho tourist booth,  It was also agreed to make a grant *  of $00 to tho .Sunshine Coast Lions Club-  in support of tho annual swimming class  project. ( This has previously been oper-  ') atod by the Kinsmen Club which is now  defunct In Sooholt, Tho' Lions' subs6cjuon7  tly agrood to take over the swim classes.  NEW  SYSTEM ,  '      -    ���  Mayor' Lhng  drow  atlentlon   to   Iho  .fact, that a local company Is now handling  a portable sower system which has gain-  v,.jul, approval from,, tho, authorities. Thoso-  , have proved succoMul with motels and  small apartment blocks and could |Vrovo-  of hoiioi'll, wllliiii .th.o village,      ] ,  .   U...waM.-��ugKQHtocl-n~i'opi>osenlaHvt:-l)H~-  askod   to   attend   a   future   mooting   In  -M.ordoj^lo-.Blyo.moniitiorH-.of.ooiinoll-w.run*  clown on tho systems,  DUUUM  Ad-Briefs  point  lhe way  to action!  In Today's Classified;-  CLl'lAN   -I   cy,|(l Austin   "ltlloy"   inolor,  �����Hlinple��-nmi;lno*-trfm��r"l"'nii\r'hrnsH'  nhafl it prop,,1 titufflng hox, un, a unit,  * U.\<..'A JwVi ,hi'J>i J3HnnwLcrwfijiJCtfnr.Qiis:  TITnoTXTlciSTfi^a icqcfTo~viri2^tT"no!iio��  ������ Times'Clas'slflodfi qo INTO tho .home* .'',  not on lawns/ Mrcau or In culvorti,  .,,v|...  i  Just   Rljjlit  Thoro wns nomothlpg for ovoryono   son,poi)nl(l woro'nllowod to lako off.  nt tho lender llnrboui' Uonn Auc-   on ''tills minl-bUto, not, In' Uml Iml^  '    tlt>ii, 'but wo don't .Hitnk Hint UonH1 ;.p|<,.colJ ����� ,���-.���..,..,v�� ,v.��� ���i>^.i���.'..,  ��� - ProtiiUent* Uoylord -Morl^ol and ���bl^^'iii" '  , ������ --���-. ���    .,.'v<        ���  ,  . A>  MMfA^WT^WWMfKW  w4kM44��M,^��Mhwh44  l^?TW����^BT|lT��WW*(jr(WBir��^^  .^.UIiUiM^,|'pi,���jL���j|io.\v^gai'baijeowdumiuaL  Poinlor llui'lmur rocolvod a si'1-lnu'k wl'h  a loiter from lho Lauds ".ranch raj.'cl-  Ing' the  pnvjiosod sllo.on  grounds  lhat  -    --.   1 nlDOflHlhUltx ��)f fioupuHo to'a Wahlr.supply   .ntcul. Ihal' funds ror.pavlng Hii��U����n��� .nlr- ^'"i'f" ���M>ggos'od opn'of )ho, two should    ��� TlmoiClassifieds aro-low-cost, hlQ-vpotonty"-";���'  ovists, at  was *su��ijoiTlod���'ir'*HTin'or p��rhHpn.,..aiacui��-Jhu!.��illiml;)nri  with.:l.lui sales ionics.  ".  ":,'?.'..,7 77.,,^,.,;.! ;,CJ,_.A���<  carried out and now plans submitted io  lthough tho  federal    government    spont proporly .owner,   Mr,   Richard  Clayton.,,  m phono |inill onon Sunday cla��slfl6d  Iho'dopai-tmoni,      ���_     ���   -,.������>������.,:jrtlO-.OOO foivp��vlng of lho Holla Co^|n.ri|i), ,, ,IJoU>   Hhowud   hoiuo  rotlcunse   but  Aid,,     ."J"^JJSJ Silffl ftftToi^Ttl.^  Director .Um'Tynor milil' hp. did iml ���   wny, -thu'iiilnlnlry. ��� iniiii*iloul>1int Nyliellior: tlun lon-ilmdly; agroca to moofwljli Mr, , Utta:yp^i"^nw#,q90-/IZI,^WMni.,;.  foeliH survey "id .necehswry and suflgestod ', thu ��� lucal   alvntvlp   would   wui'i'uut', ����rt , Clay lon.'    " ' ..���.'.... ..  ,*'.,[        .       '/''���.        ���'  A  '7* ���  ,' ��� ->ii!Vr  " ' . ' ,r '.!"'',>, ' V_ ���   ��^ s  ����.in.*ip>9,i\*.9��*#iK_\'tf*ii4AM*wi9i-��!tL4ai��twJB<|  ' -.-^--i.-*^^jm-j.^ ^...ir��r|1..i.7lr.. ^j.^   .. |r|   .  .i,..f1.|.,.,,i|.....^M.^^.^fi.-i.||^(ffM1|t1t.t-|[|.r1,..|^|||||ir|II��|[||rin miiTr*urnr-riiWiinTim-* "rft mtiT--niTn��ivhthMintiitiriyTiirTniii��~iiiiniinir.H��wninaiiiiii>wiliOi)<iw  >*(VftR  r4  'yW^AwriOfmki  Mi��l4M4n-^.��.��vs4����i��wt| 19  mmi^in'f'^mmrimAiii^miMKiatm/itiit'  "mm" _    ���   \ fl    r<i 1   ,     &  ''     . ,  >     \  The pENiNsuLAs:J5^��e^  Ordered Easier Star .  "l may be wrong, but I shall not'be so wrong'as to fail.to.say what / believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  Stf.wart B. Ai-Soard, Publisher Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  v   ������  Timo'To Ooajo A Mow Image  MAYOR   Bon   Lung   of   Sechelt  since   election   to   office,   made  has.  his  presence known and is making commendable contribution to the general  progress of lhe community. As the Sechelt representative of the Regfr.nal  Board he is already making an impact  and has made very clear the fact that  he has no intention of bowing to any  individual or old line, clique.  This "isn indeed refreshing for with  the exception of two <other directors,  "however vocal and enthusiastic new  directors are yvhen first elected, it is  but short time before they seem to  fall into the category of "*Y,es man".  This is not in keeping with the  local government concept 'for each and  everv- person elected to office is, generally, expected to act as an individual  with thoughts-and a will of Id's own. By  no stretch of the imagination has this been  a notable trait of the Regional Board  but, possibly with a few more elections  that is a failing which will be remedied.  Mayor Lang, at last regular board  meeting, drew attention to the fact that  a certain amount of distrust exists with  the public regarding the Regional Board.  .: TVIlirh   nf  this.hr   stiid,   nrises   from   the  Th^Ppninsulq Timea    ���Wetfnesaay; April\2y��FFt  Mount Elphinstone* Chapter  Installation of (Officers  fact that bulk of board business is car-  -rtetl���mt���hi���coinm'tt-ee;���:Hwk���4s���later  altitude has been brought about through  a certain amount 'of arrogance and lack  i ���  of   communication.   The   .hows     nleclia  does its best lo report meetings as com'r  prehens'ively as possible but we too are  in the position ..of knowing only ha  the story. Those on the various committees are naturally l'amiliart with the matters involved, tHcir report in brief, is  read out and moved for adoption which  is invariably given with little or no  discussion. Therefore, as with uninvolved  directors, we hear only part of ithe  story. This^- leaves the little we do hear  open to interpretation and presents  possibility of error.  On the overall picture, the Regional  Board has acco.mplished a great dea  benefits of some of its functions are  evident by the increase in good homes  virtually shooting up like mushrooms  throughout - the district. Water systems  have opened up large areas for development, the insidious garbage dumping  has almost been eliminated with establishment of an efficient refuse service,  one or two fellow passengers are still  running cheap but eventually the entire  area will be under pick-up service.  Above all, despite a poorly devfsed zon-  ing scheme, zoning and building regula-  .       Worthy   Project  Every penny .helps and there were  1,500 pennies in the chubby blue piggy bank presented by Jr. Past Matron of Mount Elphinstone Chapter  No. 65 O.E.S. Mrs. Lome Bryson to  Sechelt and District Retarded Chil-  stern Star Ladies last year. Everyone ,  will have an opportunity to make a'  donation and- enjoy the fun of the  big television bingo game this Friday at 11:30-4).m. but cards must be  activated in advance. Proceeds go  the   B.C.   Association  for   Mentally  brought Up with' recommendations and  approval sought from the board as a  whole yet most members are ignorant  of just what it is. they arc approving.  This is a situation we' have- men-  lioned on "a-fmitt^e^-of^eeasions-i-n-thg-  past but it called for a strong voice  to bring the matter up at a regular  meeting. A solution to this particular  problem poses certain complications,  however, remedial steps are now to be.  taken.  Mayor Lang was correct in his  assessment of public feeling toward the  board,  at the same time, much of this  dren's Association President Mr. Al-   ;  hert  Lynn.  This  little���p433J#Gi-~was��� Retarded Children.  tions are contributing to sensible devel- ��� ong Qf ^        organized by the Ea-  opment  GUESTS fi-un, Edmonton :u\d Hi(jh River,  A"inoTTa7 VaTieouver Tim. ami Powell  River were greeted hy retiring Worthy  Matron Lome Biy.son, to the installation  of officers I'or Mount Klphinstone Chapter  No. (if) Order of -t-he- Eastern Sti.V., The  event' Hook   place  on   Thursday,   April   G.  A beautiful addendum prepared by  the officers for Worthy Matron Lorrie  Bryson and Worthy Patron E. J. Shaw,  followed   their  farewell  address^  Installing Officer was Mrs. Edna  Fisher- P.M.,. assisted ��� by Mrs. Gladys  Booker P.M., Mrs. Eleanor White,;Mrs.  Grace Gumming P.M., Mrs. Doris Aitchi-  son P.M.4 Mrs. Alice Hough P.M., Mrs.  Zoe Eades P.M, Mrs. Catherine Franske  P.M., Mrs. Edna Jure J?.M., Mrs. Josephine Mylroie P.M., Mr^E. J. Shaw P.P.,  Mr. John Donnelly P.M. and Mr. Robert  Cumming. V^  Mrs. Ruth Harrison was installed* as  Worthy Matron and Mr. John Harrison,  ���)rthy Patron, along with their core of  .^Uicers for the ensuing year, Mr. and  rs^Albert Sim as Associate Patron and  Associate Matron respectively, Mrs.'Margaret Trueman, Mrs. Margaret Houka,  Mrs. Doris Drummond P.M:, Mrs; Elsie  Carlson, Mrs. Lila Head, Mrs. V.a'dine  Michaud. Mrs. Muriel Eggins, Mrs. Jean  Whitla, Mrs. Marjorie David;. Mrs. Christine Anderson P.M., Mrs. Lily Punlop,  and Mr. Jack Fisher.  _A  solo.   "Walk  With^JEaLUiTLnTgmflL  ful bouquet' of yellow daisies,' a present  from her children. -HtM���-gavel was made-  and presented to her by her husband.  \ Mrs. Lorrie Bryson Jr. P.M. Wcis presented her Past \lall/on Jewel - by Mis.  Alice Hough P.M. who travelled from  Vernon for the occasion. The Worthy  Matron's Jewel was presented to Mrs.  Harrison "by Mrs. Lorrie ^Bryson. Mr.  Shaw P.P. received his Past Patron's  Jewel from his wife.  The. banquet room was beautifully decorated for the occasion with hanging  baskets of flowers. Table-centres graced  -the tables and the large star cake was  made and decorated by Mrs. Caroline  Keeley.  The Worthy Matron has already com;  menced planning activities for the year.  Wat��h for further notices regarding dates  for the Summer Tea in July and the  Fall Bazaar in  November.  ���HHinuimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiHiniiiniiiii  Heart" was sung by Mrf "Edna Jure P.M.  The Worthy Matron carried a beauti-  NOTICE  Change of Hours  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Chiropractor  Post Office Building, Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesday and Saturdays  I'O p.m. to 5:15 p.m.  7iuinnnnninninninnimimiiiiiiimiiminimiiinni  It now remains for the board to  estahlish for itself a somewhat better  image. It should not prove difficult, it  merely., .calls for the realization that as  elected representative., directors do not.  -become���instant dictators   or   messiahs.  m  wmm  RIMERS' RIGHT  Each and every one she ild stand on  his own two feet and avoid falling in  with the power group concept.  Finally, I o c a I government is no  place for airing, personal vendettas, any  member using his position to such an  end is an embarrassment to his colleagues and constituents, furthermore, a  detriment to the cause as a whole.  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not .necessarily those of The Times.  A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  which    .fight     tuberculosis,  Bungling   Or Anarchy?  BEFORE 2,000 cheering supporters re- how right we were to criticize unless the  cently,  in Toronto, opposition  lead- report,   like  so  many  others,   had   not  er Robert Stanfield very  ably drew  at- leaked out to a newspaper. Now we do  tention  to the   incredible  bungling   and know���-$68   million   and   the   program  -TOttgl^htrid^aet+vtties^M  Colorful seat covers  Editor, The Times, ���  Sir: Wouldn't you know it would be  taps and colored toilet seats that cause  more concern that where the effluent  from the holding tanks is dumped from  all ships of the proud fleet of B.C. ferries.  And has anyone wondered where the  waste bunker fuel, grease and oil is disposed of from the ferries?  Heck no, the color of toilet seats has  top priority in our pampered society!  Gibsons M.   MOORCRAFT  SS!  scntly   holding  the   reins  of  power   in  Ottawa today.  Perhaps it would be hasty to say  '"bungling" for considering the unenviable background of some of those in  office, planned anarchy might be a bet-'  ter descji4pt-k3nT-4jttfle woftdef-ow���Ham  goals."  It would prove a simple* matter to  write a book on the deplorable activities  of this present regime. Bungling, squandering of tax-payers money on incredibly absurd schemes, high level jobs  fnr, long  time   friends  of. Trudeau.   fifty  TeacB^^s~BUafd  Editor,  the  Times, . "'  '  Sir: With reference to Mrs. Virginia  Douglas' letter ih The Times of April 5,  it should be stated that Mrs. Douglas and  the Sechelt Teachers' executive are not  alike in significance. There is a Teacher-  Trustee Liaison  Committee,  whose func-  programs  chronic bronchitis, asthma, cigarette  smoking, air pollution and the expanding  interests of the Society is greater.  Our present level of respiratory research is on a par with the level applicable to tuberculosis at the turti of the  century, which incidentally is still Canada's worst germ-spread disease.  There is so much more to do and  you and the people of your community  are helping us to achieve our goals.  .  A sincere thank you from the Society  could not progress without you.  JAMES  D.  HELMCKEN,  President        -*-���������B-^T-^berculosis-Christmas -Seat"*S6cT    I^T""*"  TELEVISION BINGO  IN YOUR HOME  3 "BLAiirliio GAME  TOTAL PRIZE  MONEY  $15,000.00  11:30 P.M. 7 FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1972  ON BCTV���YOUR CTV STATIOM  Maybe. t-he war on poverty should be  extended to the streets and highways.  This country has more poor drivers than  any other.  $10.00 PER CARD    ���    8 CARDS FOR $6.00  ENTER. NOW - MAIL YOUR ENTRY TODAY  Iiniiiaffliiiim  boyant prime minister after starting an / per cent wage hikes for the whole gov  election campaign is now backing off.  His jaunts to meet the people combined  with provincial elections, particularly  Newfoundland, must surely have scared  the pants off him.  Until recently, Mr, Trudeau quite  obviously was so overcome with self  esteem that he undoubtedly really believed his return to office in the event  of an election was assured,. Mr. Trudeau  and his l'abian cronies have too much  J&��� nna.\yfir  for.,, ThfiV   niiftht, .have  sue  cecded in buying the votes bl certain  segments of youthful voters but in the  process they  have lost.Jar ,mof,e from  our senior citizens, some 650,000  un- ,_ ,%��-,/-,  employed people through "fight inflation .. the, service., tytimates bcjwe, the Corn-  by creating unemployment" tactics, and    mons allocate $10,354,000 to this dc-  ernment with a multitude of fringe  benefits. These are but a few. The pro-  Red background of some of the high  priced characters in charge of some of  the  departments  is  hair-raising.  The department, of Information  Canada, run by one Jean-Louis Gagnon,  a man who" had a pro-Red background  from as.far back as the early 1930's. A  long-time friend of Trudeau. (A memo  from his deputy director states "The  record of the past six months leads  roi*Rrro^^  sidcr some projects to justify our budget  and existence". The memo was addrcss-  cjcI to Gagnon and was highly critical of  by  "cWfUTess thousands of gainfully cmploy-  "-ed'taxpayers who-do-not-appreciate-thc-  wny their tuxes have been squandered,  Mr. Sianficld stnle.v in part ''Inflation  is  right  back  where it  was when  the  Trudeau  government  declared   war  on it and throw so many "helpless people   into  lhe  front  lines of the  bailie.  And today, just as before, tlie soicullcd  "little  people"  the  ones on  fixed  incomes, are lhe ones who are suffering  , because ol it,  "Another development���in .Decern-  bor of 1970, the Mime month l|.al Uie  Prime Minister declared that Inflation  , wait... licked,, his govornrnont .-.fro/.o thom  basic old-agd pension. As far as. ho  wijs concerned thai was lhat, As a result, tho "llulo ��� people", ho said ho was  so concerned  about  are  worse  off  to  re;:,:;.:;;:,  :. ,".i # *.i i;, t; M *m vi.>��.�� ,m ti  Unmi^Mr, ..Slimriulil Mild ilia" I hip program there was too Utile planning, too  mile time, too Utile- study and too litllo ^'oiil rrom    Dundns. has    received  nrcpnrntlonrRc����li*laMh��tHho-pro8r��n�� $40(000 from ���,c u P tri produce two  s under ultauk Irom many quartors lor pro-c\>ninninlfd  plays  he  describes  as  havlnft put public money Into a num- ��aa|iM||0nid propaganda7  tion is to "deal with the matters of mutual  concern which Mrs. Douglas would seem  to want settled by the "Heads of State."  A letter from Mrs. Douglas to the  chairman of the school board was not  acknowledged as the letter indicated it  was -an expression of her own ambitions.  There was no reference to her executive  committee, which ha�� a secretary to attend to correspondence, and for reasons  of her own the Liaison Committee was  hot mentioned, Incidentally, the" board  members, of the Liaison Committee have ,.,'.  never refused to moot with their teacher  CQ-members, The avenues of; qqrnmunica-  'ftipn7a^e7l'hW  dogmatic approach will not achieve the  harmony Mrs, Douglas professes to want,  It is suggested she put' her own --house     '  in  order  before  condemning   the   chairman of the school board,  nnrimoni There   can   bo   no   quarrel   with   hor  panmcni. statement  to  the  effect  that  it  is  un-  March 1st revealed that the Local Initiative Program, undqr,...con'rql. of Gerard  Pelletier, another Trudeau cronie, handed oul $24,000 to a Halifax magazine  which in turn devoted a full page telling  groups how to eon money oul of lhe  federal government.  An Ontario .publication, .draws n\-  ton'ion to the fact that' last year thousands of lax dollars were funnelled by  - Pelletier's department to the service of  homosexuals, Oil March ls| the' Canada Manpower is alleged to have confirmed that.ii had given a $14,002 Local  Initiative Program grant to a 'Toronto  homosexual oull'll.  Another grant amounting to no loss  than $35'.OHO was given to - Rochdale  I'l'oe Clinic "lo provide  free  medical,  dto'baJd^nnd-opunwMp.-draft dodgers"  The Toronto Globe and Mall, March  4lh In a front page report slates, in part,  AJTe  * <v  and I regret It ls necessary to correctly  stnto lho facts,  'Gibsons    n. MULLIGAN  Vote Them Out  Editor, Tho Times,  ,Shi ,Tho luteal Idiocy of-the Trudeau  government really boggles tho mlhd. Old  ago pensioners will bo Invited to "adopt"  JallbtrclH at $20 n day? Whi.il tiltor, con-  lempltuiuH. e,ynlolsiyi' ^,..-.��,����,w��,l���   I It now u hniidi'iil^Moju^ltriadlPH'  whoso famllloH either nogject Ihom or  havo moved away. ChnM 'you" JuhI hoc  some of those con Hi'llsls sweet tallUnn  thwo pensioners oiil. pf tholr homos, hi-  voHtmonts, savings 'and  I'iiIho tooth?  Havo  wo  roaohod   tho  wta^o  In   the  ... rovolu I Ion when ��� our Jn 11 union nro to ho ���  opened while tho public hookh mmotunrv  behind   bars?  Ihoiaubloty^of^  It erodes froodom and democracy In mi eh  . . . Hiibtlu. wayti that.thu public doemVt even  "Rod Steward, a 24-year old high school     notice It. Qod help mo live Iodk onouHh  .,...,.,....  ,,...    ��....,      . ......  .    |0 VOj0 ihin'onlloun crow' out���out���out I  ,    HJ'-Nmi'VnW' CALLAQHAN  0*0 year old pensioner)        Ilanoy1. J3,c,  $50 om  'i ?  The Elderly Citizen Renters Grant Act la now In "effect. Under  thflterrris c>f thlaTAct; people who aro 65 years qf, age and  Qver, whp rent accommodation, may be eligible for a $50  f^^*f��ffim^iiml___  It,-'.  her of (|uosl|pnab!e enterprises, lie added  ������\liiM<Mwo-clny��*ngo*wp*l\>tuid��ouMb��V1'  the  gpvernmonl,, had   been, sltllnm��� for,  months on a repo'ri milking plain how  poorly planned was last mimmer's last  minute Youth Program, When \\o voiced  our criticism ' about' the��������� administration  ,.. of this scheme, Secretary of State, Oer-  ard Pelleller accused us of.bejng against  ' youth.   Wo  mlu.lu   never  havo   known  Appreciated  KditorrTber Times,-- ���i������.������,������  Sin.Tho Society In nffnln fpontly Indebted to' your paper for carryhiK llio  So it goes on���and on���and there  "nrorfrnrtny,,'wrio*stlirsiipport*tliloypo"*or  anarchy. Little wonder It was considered  nboes'sury  lo froo/,o old  age  pensions,'  Our  dev  lain ..,,,.���. .,.,.,���, ,,,.,���m���vw ,, ���w,mi    iiiHKin ������,,|���,,,  seem  building Up and conlrlbullng lo   ��� i,jPhis yoai' our Ch'rlHtmnn Real eamn.  progresH Is the wrong approach?      .        alim reached $110 thouHancI, about' novon  IhouHnnd   below  Innl  .yoar'n,. lotal,  tho  r^-.-^lUHhoHV-ovoi'-.^ohlovorlr  r senior cltl/,ens only contributed to    "S,!!f;f{.l,p vY,,J'ki/0,u' ?!'0��nU! 1,1,1�� y��w  oloiMiig (his cOtiiilry^iriirderf^  mol ivZiiv !'Kuln Jll?0 '"'  i inore finaneial a sistnnee it would     S,;%,   t y       yourcon-  WMMy^��yW����WMI<����MW��WyMM��l4WWWIMMMM����MM����M����WWV��t��W����W����| .  Valley    Tow Rite      1       The PENINSULA^tV^e^  -TRAIIuERw-BRAKESi.  �����������-MIRRORS-  QYQllablp  Sechelt Home Service  11 7";Suhshtno Coa�� Highway  ":!.;...'*����-.w-,4'!wbl|Bti��J ;-WoUnomJuyH,ut vSeoli*U��  ���i on U.9.'�� .SunMhlno Const  trA , it|MM  T  mf\tm  , .Sechelt Tlmci, Ltd, ���     ��� .  no^310��Rccholt, li.G.  -   SiilMCilnllon R��te��i (In ftdvnrico)  Local, $6 ner yenr. Hcyond 35 hiIIcn, l|i7,  ��� ', ��� ,���'...r.^.UiSliA.i;.lr?i.Qy��r��9ni��..,$Jl9�� ���   i  Sc^fng the <trtn (mm fort Mellon to Egmont  MlPKfMnnitJpJwhJnlptL**.^..,  '      ��      . ' , . ',',',  ' " '   ' i   '  In the overall, inulucllnii tho beneficial  cfrect of the Introduction of new process  ,',.��,,..,. 1 Pil   mot hods������:.,:to .71 hcCExnunpw J^nr-���even11 -'  .thduKhouiv final GhrlHtiniiHSeui, total In  iHll/ihtly below that of Innl your, tho actual  .HERE'S., HOW YQU..QUALIFY; ��� ,   1,Yod,must not be leas than 65 years of age at the time  you apply for the grant, ,  1 i  jj.You must have occupied, as. a tenant, rental accommodation In British Columbia, for not loss than one year,  ^J  precodlng Jhajtojo'_on^whlch you apply for the grant. ���  HERE'S HOW YOU APPLY:.  You mu3^ fill out R simple application form for the; grant. Application forms may be obtained by visiting or writing any  ~P'ro^lfliaTal~GovM^  The Elderly Citizen Renters Grant Act Administrator. Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C. ���  As numorow applications aro tmmocllatoty nnttolpntad for this now  ;-.gfan"r0x(ra.$'afM.ria..^  ptQQQ'jQQd aa q.lokly ao possible, ;  'T1H'l'"  *yrn*y*  S^SSJIStJiWl  / '  mmftt&mmmtmtmfi  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES    ~\  P_.\ \* ^fi r"lj  NYGREN SALES  .'���WSONS ';j;;   -THE GOVERNMENT OF  THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  I. ,        ... , I , , ,  Hon. W. A. o.ifconnptt, P,c., promlor and Mlnlstor ot Fihanoo  Q, Q, Bryoon, Doputy Mlnlator o| plriRnoo,  li  1  V  "-' ": .���)���;���",  '   . , I I     ,. i ' \, I '      '    ' I '       ,    t ,  �����WW��  441 4w.4*44N444*4**444444*4fe.,  V  I 1  ill  7T  .V I.  .'V.i'i'.'CC  i*i  X.T.'    .,  .lit. '  yvr  i:  tmmi^mm^imim?'  ���J^���W;.flh,i.^,<,l0,;fl4^..LO,l.,i.,^H  i. ��� *  "A*  ,       't  .**  mM^mi^Umf^K_mms  il    ll I'i  /fl��-, IS It-* '  M  i  iVt! i  "I'������! '<Ji*i  i) n'i'  t*\ i '^w^r^  ���y  4  A.  /  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  THERE will* be a nifcht of fun at the  Wcicome Beach Hall on Saturday with  an interesting .programme including va  .skit/_This is the last -ssoeial programme of  the-season and everybody is ' welcome".  Admission charge of 50 cents includes  refreshments. --���������������     ".  PUBLIC   MEETING  On Tuesday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m.  th^re wi.l be a public hearing at the  vRegional Board Oflice which will be df  interest to many people in the RedrooffsN  and Halfmoon Bay area. The hearing is  with regard to the application .of J. M.  Cooper for the re-zoning of the Redrooffs  Resort as Residential 1, to make possible  the sub-division of the resort for private  homes. -       '  Notices are being sent out this week  to all members of the Welcome Beach  Community Association giving notice of  an Extraordinary General Meeting to be  held, at the Welcome Beach Hall on  April 27 at 8 p.m. The purpose of this  meeting is to consider an Extraordinary  Resolution to extend the boundaries of  the Association for membership purposes.  SMORGASBORD  If you do not already have a ticket  for the Smorgasbord Dinner planned by  ���the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary for  Saturday, April 29, you are advised to  do so without delay, as tickets are strictly  limited. While they last they are $2.50  each and can be obtained from any member of the Auxiliary.  ���by Mary Tinkley  and reclaim acres of good farm land. The  film showed^a- Korean" wedding and life.  in the city and in the village.  Austria^ Gloriosa offered magnificent  examples of the Baroque culture in ornate houses, churches, libraries and fountains. A whimsical story of romance in  Salzburg took the viewers all over this  enchanting city and gave a memorable  glimpse of the death scene in one of the  morality plays at the Eberyrrian Theatre  during the Salzburg Festival. The last  film' held the audience breathless as the  famous  great) white stallions, with  their  -scarlet .xuated riders went through their  paces at the" Spanish Riding School hi  Vienna. The beautifully matched horses  and the precision of their dancing steps  and musical rides yvere an inspiring sight.  Films   were.-shown   courtesy   of   the  7-Austriarn- Embassy .and the University  of  Malaya via the National Film Board.  Acting as projectionists through the  whole season were Keith Comyn and Bill  Fraser. Mr. Leuchte also expressed appreciation to the Peninsula Times for the  generous publicity 'whyich undoubtedly  did so much to ensure the success of the  -programme.  EASTER  - The ChurarTof His Presence was filled  for the Eastjer morning service and the  form.   Following  the service,   17  children  congregation overflowed on to the plat-  took part in an Easter egg hunt. Winners  were Travis Douglas and Sandra Jorgensen.  Mrs. Cliff Connor, accompanied by her  daughters, Mary and Margaret, spent, the  Easter week as the "guest of her sister,  Mrs. Ralph Srnart in New Westminster.  For the children the highlight of the  trip was a visit to see the film "Living  Free",   another  story   of ^Elsa-the���lion,���  Mrs. Ed Surtees spent the Easter holiday visiting her relatives "in Cumberland  and since her return has entertained her  cousin, Mrs. Irene Bateman of Curnber:  land.  Mrs. Eva Ly&ns' guest has been her  niece, Mrs. Ron Haig of Surrey, who is  a former resident of Gibsons.  Wednesday, April 12, 1972 The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  .A  WELCOME BEACH  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  ���   i * . s  Extraordinary General Meet ing  THURSDAY, APRIL 27 - 8 P.M.  WELCOME  BEACH  HALL  Use 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  i?  -*sr  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Rhilip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block. Gibsons,0 B.C.o  ART SUPPLIES  FILM  SERIES  Last   Thursday's  ..the Welcome Beaeh-  film   programme   at  Hail-weuftd-ti-p���wrhat-  was undoubtedly the most successful film  series   in   the   history   of   the   Welcome  Beach  Hall.  The  programs,  chosen  with  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft-  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.   ResiTTONtY 10.98~gal: "  such care and discrimination by Fritz  Leuchte were outstanding; the hall, enlarged and improved as a Centennial  project, accommodated the larger crowds  with comfort and the new large screen  made by Keith Comyn, showed the pictures to the best possible advantage.  Three hundred viewers ��� participated-!!!-  the past winter's programme, which was  doube the previous year's record.  Appropriately there was an exception -  ..... ally .fine ..programme for last Thursday's  packed audience, with two films about  Malaysia, one on Korea and four on  Austria. "Malayan Seashore" explored  fine sandy beaches at low tide and pictured interesting specimens of coral and  ��� colourful sealife.  Another film toured the iambus Batur  'caverns,   a region  of  perpetual  darkness  Where animals and insects are devoid of  : pigment.   Eons   of   trophical   rains   have  honeycombed these huge limestone struc-  tures into vast caverns and created���gro���  Cowrie Street - Sechelt - 885-9817   Telephone 886-2069   ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing :  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  BUILDING  SUPPLIES   (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUjLDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE        K-nT-HFiM AND BATHROOM CABiNEJS   Qur Cabinet Units Are All Prefii.nshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek,, B.C.  ��� Phone 886-2551 : '   FUEL  (continued)  F  CHARTER'-BOATS  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PROvDUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park,  B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972)  LTD.  Compl&te automotive  and  marine -repairs and  parts; welding; sales;  boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts '-"' Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  ���COMPLETE-eAR-etEAN^JP���  SIMOiNIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  tesque and amazing formations. Fine  photographic (studies pictured bats,  snakes, centipedes, scorpions and other  examples of the teeming life of the  caverns.  The film ��� on Korea told an inspiring  slory of refugees from North Korea driv-r  en by want frorn the city of Seoul and  engaging  on a project to build  a dike  Box 436, Gibsoris, B.C.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 AAadeira-Eork,,^.  Fishing, Cruising, Dicing. 2 boats to serve you  on-the Sunshine..Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina  Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  '-.���OIL-STOVES,-FURNACES; AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years fcruay���-1   Phone"885^202T  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 o.ny3 p_,m.  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  oata  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7;30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES .  Gower Point Road '  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.rm  ,���> - ��� Sundov. Services.:11 g.m.; 7 p.m. ������....  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m;  Friday: Youth SerVlqe���7;3,0 p.m.  ���>���       PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER     Phone: 886-7107  .   Fri. 10 a..m.-6>p.rn.; Sat. 10 am.-3 p,m,y7  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  ' Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs, Fast Service  . -    -'WASHERS����������� DRYERS, -.'RANGES  ~  RADIO-TELEVISION -STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt -885-9318  Carry in/tarry out service dn small appliances,  topsters, irons, trypans, portable" heaters, hair  /ers,,m|x,.mosters, yocuums etc. .... M   ,  ���fa  BLASTING  l-M^-V^St*!*-1-  ^BENDER:HARBOm  F.JU, GOSPEL  JABERtiACLE  SUNPAY SCHOOL-AMD PIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERYICE���11 lOO A.M.  Pastor Roy. .Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAItb  FREDwDONLEY"*",���J*���,  Pender Harbour -883-2403  ffrfiwefti l��jUs,ir5'^#*"^l**t*1 ����� ���  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.   Box 89, Madeira Pork  Phone 883-2274   >  ' "L & H SWANSON LTD.  '-    READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel^Backhoes.    .-,__  Ditching ^.Excavdtions  OFFICE IN^BENNIER BLOCK  -885-96��i6i;r^  PHONE 885-9550/  RON'S CONTRACTING      <  "Clearing - Excavations - Roa.d Building  ^.qdlnaff, Elll^  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  SmndaySehool'���, 10;00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco ��-i 11:15 o.m,  Eycnlna Sorvlco 7l30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELLS  (2 block* up from Hlflhw-y)  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  "   FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885r2304 L. C. Emerson  '<   If No'AnsworLcavoMossaaoat    \  883-2763 or 886-7377  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDERS  For All- Your Renovation,,  Alterations ��� or Finishing Work  call ,i .,.  ���-. Cor Zwldornq- .,���,.���,.,...  PHONE 885.2135  I ^#^^l!������!W#i!��te1  Tho United Church of Canada  _   ^   ���     _ SERVICES    'WjohT��UnW^  Sunday Services �� 9)30 <i.m(.  Roborta Croak United  Sunday Services - 2|30 p.m,  Glbiontf United Church  '""������^Sunda^Sorvlcfls^rr.'IS am, *--;7 7.  Port^ellon United.     ,  Sunday Sorvlcos - 7l30 p.m, ��� -  (2nd and 4111 Sundays)  Ministry        \  Roy," Jim' WlllldmwT��"'Gl^gni;.V 886-2333  CON'  Baf  j>wwwot<wWwwm��ww'"W��4^w��w>��wwwwwW  Baptist C/iurch Services  BETHEMAPTISTrCHURCH  Mcrniold onf Trail, Socholr  ^*��4��^/#*i^iiWii^a^.ww,i  Sunday'Scliodl^lOjOO.a.m.1'  Morning ���Wbrnhlp II i15.1 a.m.  CATTART-IIAITIS'r-CHURCH---  "^^^Pa>K*BwC'QlWon��w  Morning VVorshlp 9:30 a.m.  Y Sunday School 10;45 a.m.  "Evening FQlloW3htfr7l00 p.m.  REV. ROBERT AU-ABX, Po��tor  A VVARM WELCOME A.WAIT5YOU  mmmmimmmmtmmmmmemimmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmm  PCY^ONE-DEVELO^MENTS^oV  HOUSING CORI>, LTP,,   Sunshlno Coast and Islands  ITIQNAL,' MODULAR AND' PREFAB  Wo Hayc A Thousand Ideas    '  . ���. 1 QuivPrlcCa Aro CompotHlvo  Phono Vancouver 602-3642  ��� Write Pox 676 �� Socholt, P.C.  triconwdevkl:opme^t? ltd.  -,   tUSTOM HOMES 7 PRE-fX"? ' H6MES'  Hloh Quality ,,, Reasonable Prices  Buy a Package and erect It yourself, or get  ',' '  ,, our professional help.1   . \   .  GARDEN BAY; D.C - Phono Eve��. 883-27^3  BUILDING SUPPLIES       ""'  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  ;;Land Clearing- Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  ���-"--"^���^^TelephOiie-883-24171  R,R, \, Madeira Park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES     ""  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLG'S COVE  Teh 006-2930 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Noods,  Whon Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.       Containers Available,  ELECTRICIANS                  1   ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential "Industrial and Marina Wiring  �� Electric Heat ����� Lino Work  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons������: 886-2322  *   SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor '   .   Expert' Hair"~Sryling ~~  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY���Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  ROOFING AMP  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and.Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  -Phone-886-2923-  Gower Point Road  SPORTING GOODS  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK L PJCKER, OjpjpMEj^  Bal Block - Gibsoni  Every Wednesday  866-2248  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  *8S=9832 ^ ~  Seeh��*T  SURVEYORS  Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone  885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNAiSES, STOVES AND HEATERS.  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  AM. Wnrlf G' inmntcpA :   PLUMBING AMD  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  AiTMakes - ATTWork Guaranteed  Bo>  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  798 Sechelt, B.C.  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - ..C^mejrcial_;ulndustrial.~.,;  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  ____  Phono 886-7244  READY-MIX CONCRETfli AND  ������*UILP��NO-SUfPL1fS-���  Your Ono Stop Building Sloio  For AH Your Bulldlna Need��   '  *~gibs6ns-building*supplies-ltd,  T 653* ���Seavipvrv PhonB.-886��5;642���  |     I,,    | ,  ���   ��� - ,     M     ,���   ._____��___,  ���MT.  Free Estimates - Fast Sqrvlcb  G 8, W DRYWALL  '    Drywofl acoustic and toxturcd colllnos. "'  Maw Borvlna�� Gibsons aroa and tho Peninsula.  .- >������ -.-Phono-.884-5315. r,' .��, v-  '   ' Pqx 166, Port Mellon, P,C.  Residential - Commercial * Industrial  "'" SlMv"ELECTRiCv'"LTP.^   "    Gov't Cert I fled Eloctr iciaris  Phono Day or Eye 885-2062  J|M McKENZ|E  ^^.'ELEQTRICA'L.CONTRACTOR,^..  .Residential, Wiring and. Mqjor    ��  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Secholt, B.C,  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  ���   Contracting and Engineering  Roiildoiiilql - Cuinmqrclyr.Wli'lnp  , 0OIL PIREI? WATER HEATERS  .  ���"���'���'"'��� ''tolng Udwn'l'=',)'FYearsrTdi;'ady' ''' "'"'  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche 88^-2401   y-  t  IRONWORKS  WMWPENINSULA.ORNAMENTALwJ  IRON WORKS  .,,.4,,,,     ,.,WROUGHT-, IRON, RAILINGS,   ,  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 886-7029 - 8B6.70J56 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshlne Coast  HOWE30UND  JANITOR SERYICE  Specialists in Cleaning'- Floor Waxing  Spray ^uff|na-Window, Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - SteamfittJng  .Hot Water Heoting-T-Eip-a-Loggtog���  ���^4  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  .f       LTD.. ���:,.,,..........  Govt. Certified Plumber ��� 724 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  ' P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.,  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533  ��� Everything' lo? the   bo-lt-Yourselfer!  1  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  " ';""' 7"'"'""' ''Free''"'Estimates,1'*"'''' " ">'"'">!"   Port Mellon to Pender  Jack Marshall       Jack Macleod  J0WNS0N,S  DUILDINQ-MAINTENANCI  Speclallxlno In:  Paper Hanolnq, Interior A Exterior decorating,  "'      Rug Cloanlng. All types of Building  , ' i.   Maintenance, Floor Installation.'  .. Window, Cleaning...  PHQNR 885.971 SAFTRR 4 P.M.  ,    Pox 642 �� Sficholt, D.C.  MACHINE-SHOP  jiwn|$8dl��w*MrtW!^WWI|��M^  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING 6V HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDR0NIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't. Certified Plumbor  Phono 883-2720  .Bo* 63      ' Madeira'Park, B.C.  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Tools arjcl Eq^lprtieht M  Garden Bay, B.C.       Phono 883-2585  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  SecheJt^B,G.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  JC0ASIAL_XIRJ��S_  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phone 886*2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.n��.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  -Scows-  -Logs-  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS   Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  ���������'������"��������� ���������"���Household'Moving Packing; Storage''''  Packing Materials For Sale  .Member; pf Am^d, yg^jprffht..  Canada's No.'I AAovers"  (|!jK1��K��3*��i ItWWt'iBWfl Bnf^ffliiiafii  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  ,"Wo Rent.or. Soil Almost.Evory'thlng','.  Typawrltbru * Llghllng1 Plants - To|py|��l'ona  Roto Tlllora - Comant Mixers�� Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools,,,  PHONE 9BS��5ta4a ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE1  AFTER HOURS 885.2151  pne  FUEL.  \*i*  L  MfWiv'M^lr^W^ i <w^*tWi-a^'��WW(H��^l'W**'8'W^^'*>^W'^|y^ * n*W<BhW|tW!��'itwaw�� t*w.'i  ANADIAN     TROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD.  Serving the Sunshine Const wllh rolloWo and  economical Cooklho- Hoallno and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  ,  Phono 885-2360    ��   ���>  Wharf and Dolphin -Secholt, B.C.  '���������"Arih'SSliMftKeChwiren'  '  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP    ��, MARIIMIE1 SERYICR LTD,  Machine Shop ���-Arcand Acty Weldlno  Stool Fabricating "-< Marino Ways  Auiomotlvo and M��r'no Repairs  Standard Morlno Station  T��hono 886*7721      Raj, 806*9956! 886*93X6  USU THIS  PUSINESS DIRECTORY  ;./ ���  '���  'fO'REACH^-"-  I III  .      10,000 PEOPLE  THE'TIMES, 885*9654  RETAIL* STORES  t��fl��aiHW^f^59^tfWftiM��MH*%��l(*(t��^  C ��, S HARDWARE  ���v jSECH"5"*T,,,Bf0r 7 ���.;,'. 77,  APPLIANCES -HARDWARE  ���     r^OME FURNISHINGS.  Phono 005-9713  THE-TOGGPRY���  ^LodlwV^d-jeHlldroh'sTWciar  ' Opon��lx<iaysa woek  Phoha 8B5-2063  Coy^jo Street, Sochcll__  |  Pon^or Harbour .* 883-2513  ..^i HARBOUH���SUPpi,IES  Eloclrlcal V PlMmWng ��' Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Cctrpots  ��� P.O, Do�� 1S8 /v\adolra Park, Hwy 101  , ,       ,at pranclpi P<?nln5Mlq*r r ~*  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172      '  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  ���' Furniture to anywhere In Canada, '  General Freight. Low-bod and heavy hauling  T.V. and RADIO  '"'    "!     "'     '     *'     I'I ''������ .in i ��ii|    i       i in in im   i i  ii H|  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  sechelt, b.c. phone 885-9338^  Television ��� appliances  .authorized,.,....,������.���,.������, ...  ���   ,   sales ^service' ><   >  philco-ford -^motorola  speed-queen  '  ,    SUNSHINE COAST XY. SALES  & SERYICE I^TP.  ...  , ADMIRAL  .���   EUCTROHOME. ,.���.���.������ ,  and   ZENITH    DEALERS    ,  Gordon OliVer   *   Ed Nicholson,  :rri3:irciaGWco:frDowri^^  Bok7?9, Secholt  ,885,9816 ,,  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  ���", '.    . ��� .,.4.-4,-   , ,, ,,,,,.,,. ,, I ,  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS & SERYICR ,  ,��w,a��q��j,..|q.�� Hcrrnos' ^l^nwv0'^lt'^"re*"'w'*w***^^*'ta'*,   '"'.PHONE 88<5-27?8'"V'."'' '.'".���:'  R. D. Thomas fi, Co;  UPHOLSTERY "  '��������� '��� "���"��* y����|i���wmmm n mi.  ��i (in mmiwiH���nwii p>i��i*i'ih(ih. # *i I * n>w��mmm  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  MtyiljQD  amplei ��ho  .a^l&raRkifll-JSriJpdi'u  ovm In rne homo  Phono 886-2050 after 6 p.m.   '  ��� ��������� '.,'or 886-2873 ���  W^inJt^pllttffiMWS^^  *t^m^mm  n*Hftot#m*rt'iPm*i ^'H  Your PHslrioss Card  111 (hfs space will  roach hoarly ,10,000 pcopl^)  tmrmm^^^*^'  >    t.  {*��*-WftwMP,|wf*  a '  H^^tHft*^(1*^*^*1 Jl^'i**^'  ^'u'H'tM!H*-*tf*BH,'-r"!l4*t'^rt'Hi*t  Bf^,^J1*l 1**1"''"''fri''  ���\���--'iigrj-povver"!" "^'f.'-"  Low cost*'  'm*mmmmm<&m*i^A0t*m  r ���"** 'ivn  * * i f r�� ��t i i  t'h  _j  % '7/1,1  *fyfm*V9f  m/Uw t\>*W^fm>ptMwtim  wJl-*U  A  Mt��te*if��*w^  ���i Yage A-4      Peninsuio7 Times, Wednesday, .April 12, 1972  ^ te   REAL ESTATE  REAL: ESTATE" (Continued!     RI-AL ESTATE; (Cont.)  HELP WANTED (Gontinuedl    CARS-& TRUCKS  The Peninsula^fane*  ���%      .  Classified   /\  Sj���  Sechelt  -Gibsons  - Phone 885-9654  -Phone 886-7244  IEFS  Published Wednesdays by     rf_.  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C:  .      Established^. 963  '" 1*af*nw*+ttv%nr*0%**rw*_\T_t 'ttv^wmw  CARD OF THANKS  CANADA PERMANENT  TRUST      x^  Sunshine     Coast     WateYfron'  and  Recreation Properties  Tn  Buy  or Sell  your Cottage,  Lot. or    Acreage,    Contact     A  ^ON RUBY Lake"  M> acre���105  ft waterfront, close to Highway Lot 3. $14,000. Phone 883-  2346.   Write   Box   66,   Garden  Bay.   B.C. \ " 7   ' 8489-22  PRIVATE  ...  purchase  erty.  Prefer  erts   Creek  8495.     c-o  party     wishes     to  waterfront,   prop- \  La'ngdale  to Rob- %  area.    Write   Bo  Peninshla  Specialist.  FOR  the   many   cards,, Iptters  and Nnwers I received while  ���S"  Member, Audit Bureoe  of Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  . As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  -Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion   . $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) ��� 20c  (This rate does not apply to  coijimercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge fs added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engageffpent  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 line".)  and 20c per. line after that. 4  words per line.  g. Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.   Subscription Rates^-  By  Mail:  Local Area . $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area _ $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. _$9.00 yr.  a patient at Lions Gate Hospital, 'and -the phone calls I  have received since returning  home, I sincerely say Thank  You.���Rosemary   J^awsoiL  8067:20  OftlTUARY  Don Tait  Pender   Harbour   883-2284   or  4488 M:i,V. St., Vancouver, B.C.  876-7111  8353-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK: 1 ac. with  stream, wooded for privacy.  All   services   available.   $2,v500.  SARGENT   Road,   Gibsons,   a-  cross   f.i.x>m  Abh_ JEload, -one..  of  a   kind   view   lot,   only  one  -4e-f-t���ifl���area- -66^1407   $fi,r>0��  Box   310,   Sechelt  Times,  8495-21  HELP WANTED  cash.   Phone  886-2940.  8063-21  \7down.  THE memorial funeral service  for Master Corporal Joseph  Arthur Berthelet, age 43  years of the Canadian Forces  Base Moose Jaw and a resident .-of 10C1 Clifton Ave.  Moose Jaw was held at St  John's Anglican Church on  Wednesday, April 5th at 3:30  p.m. with Rev John Matheson  assisted by Captain Padre  John Varmer officiating. He  passed away ut the Canadian  Forces Base Hospital Moose  Jaw' on Sunday April 2nd"  1972. The remain's were accompanied to Saskatoon, Sask.  for Cremation on Monday  afternoon.   Mr.   Berthelet   was  GIBSONS: Side by side duplex on view lot. Just a block  to shops, beach across the  street. Each unit has 1 bdrm.,  comb, living & dining, cab.  kitchen. Possession oivv$5,000.  down. -  Nice level semi-clear lot,-close  tb schools, shops  and  transportation. Area of new homes.  $r>,r.tni.  Built to VT-.A specifications  8 years ago. Family home,  featuring 4 bedrooms, spacious  living room, comb, dining and  mod. cab. kitchen. Full basement.   A-oil   heat.   Panoramic  view    from    this  $15,000 down.  \_    ac.  lot.  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local  Area  i_  , Canada      By Carrier    .$10.00  yr.  born  at   Halifax,   Nova  Scotia  w-July-i-OtlT, ~W2o7-jumed-the��� H^ndyjaafrg-gpeeifil-en-^5--c-  R.C.A.F.    in    1954   as    a   fire 10��   view  lit.  Older  6  room  fighter at Vancouver, B.C. and home- Solld construction but  attained the rank of Master " needs modernizing. Full price  Corporal,   he   came   to   Moose    ��nly   $11-000   on   easy   terms-  ���Jaw in I960. His life in Moose���GEORGIA   VIEW:    $7,000.   is  FOR sale hy owner 4.7 acres,  2- bedroom house, oil furnace. Spring and well "water.  Near Halfmoon Bay School,  $15,000.. Phone s886-2961 after  4p.m. .     8396-21  EWAR-T MeMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multipl5   Listings   Service  Box   238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK���We still  have a few large nicely located lots ' on the lower road  on all utilities for from $3,500.  up.  ROBERTS CREEK���17 acres  of .choice farm land with  year around stream. 3 bed.  ranch house and out buildings,  all in A-l shape. This, could  be just the place you are looking  for.  GIBSONS���Bery   well   kept   3  bed. home on a large corner  view   lot   in   the  heart   Of  the  SHOUT order cook  or willing  t,i   learn? Call   in   person,  Peninsula   Drive-In.       !i4(i.r)-L��0  FLEETWOOD Logging Company "Ltd. re.Quire. rigging  men, union wages ,and benefits. Transportation daily' from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested 'parties call  Vancouver radio for McNab  Creek, nr write Box 110. .Por).'  Melloiv 1..C. Attention Tony  Oiiralia. '���-H49a-^0-  1955   G.M.C.  best   offer.  pick-up, -~$225   or  Ph.   883-2336.  '     8745-tfn  VOLKSWAGEN   Beetle.   Reliable transportation. $295. Ph.  886-2373. v      8456-20  1903 RAMBLER  automatic.   In  4 door sedan,  good   condit  ion.  ���Offers.   Ph.  HELP WANTED (Female)  885-^.198.  '8<715-20  AUTOS-^ TAUCKSTiCont.)  1966 TRIUMPH  Spitfire,  $700.  1962   Ford   Consol. ^1507Ph7  885-9563.   s 8708-20  1959  HILLMAN.   Needs   work,  $100.   Phone  886-7073."  8720-20  1906  R1IICK  Wildcat. Al  con-  dition,   $1100  or   best���oTfeT7  88,r)-9K4ti\ evenings.  "R-tf.O-i.O  -Village, Full prlc&-&n4y-$24rQQQ a  HOl'SEKEEPER required occasionally for family of 4  children, youngest age 7; Davis Bay' area. Reply lo Box  8731, Peninsula Times. PO  Box  310.  Sechelt,  B.C. -  8731-tfn.  REAL ^ESTATE Developer:  This person will receive  specific training for this job,  but they must have proven  themselves in a business and/  or administrative capacity.  This position would suit a person who is energetic, capable  ot learning, able to receive instinct ions and expedite same  u.-ing their own initiative.  R.-ply with full details to Box  8477. Peninsula Times Ltd., PO  B..\-   310,  Sechelt,  B.C.  '      , 8477-20  WANTED���Assistant    Regona'l  Sales   Directors   by   expanding  B.C. Company to promote  d motivate���growing���sales  PROVINCE OF B.C..  Tins   opening   for  "TOURIST COUNSELLOR  B.C.   Ferries  ��  Langdale Terminal  For     application     forms     and  further   information   apply -  IMMEDIATELY   to   .   .   .  ��� Terminal -Agent  Langdale   Terminal  Conipetion   No.  72-510  8710-2(1  WORK WANTED  SIGN   Painting,   drafting,   decorating.   Dune   Roberts,   Ph.  886-2862.     > 8701-22  ARBORITE or Formica count-  tops.   Professionally   ap-  WATERFRONT DUPLEX  Near  Madeira   Park,   onv70'   level   waterfront   lot  in  grass  and  trees.  Small side by side one BR furnished duplex units,  electric  heating, carports.  Ideal  for 2 fishing  partners as a  joint  investment. Asking price $30,000.  er  ..plied and���guaranteed-^���Will���  (offers).  GIBSONS   RURAL   ���   Extra  large lot 69' x 217' fronting  on two roads. This won't last  long at���$5.800�����_U���cleared,  force in automotive, fashions,  security systems and chemical  fields. High remuneration for  qualified people. Age no bar  rier.   Commission   and    bonus  incentives. Retirement plan.  Our employees are aware of  this ad. Phone collect: U2-  9220967 or write Vice President, Box 35274,. Station E.  Vancouver,   B.C. 8702-21  MATURE   baby, sitter  wanted  . for... Selma "P_ark���.area..   777.   Sechelt.   B.C7        8712-20  bring   colour  samples   to  you.  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn  SAW filing, lawn, garden and  bush tools sharpened. Guaranteed  workmanship,  15th  St  400  FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN HARBOUR  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobile home mounted on concrete and an  opprox. 1,400 sq. ft. well constructed building easily converted  Irito a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room). Landscaped. Float and  private marine ways. Many opportunities .for development or just  - a -re&l-FHee-pfaefcte-fivc. Exceptionally good buy  ^ $20,000 down.  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx.  10 acres partially cleared and in grass. Would make excellent  subdivision Or mobile home park. Full price $32,000 With $10,000   $3.50   $4.00  ���60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material igppearing in  this editiQn-^f-th&.SecrTelt Penln-  sula Times. Permission to re-.  produce wholly or in part and In'  ony form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse    in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  rnay not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely, an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  -AdvCTttstng-~1s--crcc5pf"ed on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for ot the applicable rate.  A composition charge is..made for  advertising accepted and put into  Jaw included an active envol-  ment with the Church Minor  Hockey League,, and he was  chairman of the 1972 Skata-  thon committee. He married  Sheila McGee at Edmonton in  -l-955T-^fed^ased-JayL-a__ brother  Robje in 1971, survived besides his wife,, one son Gerald  and three daughters, Kim,  Robin and Lisa all at home.  Two Brothers, Donald at Chil-  liwack, B.C. and Gerald at  Calgary, both brothers wit}  the Canadian Forces^THis  Mother and stepfath^rTMr. and  Mrs. G. H. Duff^df Halfmoon  Bay,_J3.C, >frangemen^s are  in careTar^the W. J7J ones'"a"hd  Son Funeral Home, Moose  Jaw. 8742-20  all you pay for this cleared  lot, near beach and park.  Large   landscaped   lot   is   the  setting   for attractive   4  bdrm. home. The spacious living  room   features   fireplace   apd'  ^v4ew���windows. Comb., kitchen  flats   acceptable    for    Mobile  Homes.  SECHELT:' Porpoise Bay. Very  attractive log house on an  extra large flat lot, all landscaped and in garden and  fruit   trees.   Owner   must   sell.  and dining roofn feattffe built-  ins, vanity bajh- and utility.  Cash to 8 percent Agreement.  Good^-serviced view lots are  ^getting scarce. We have one  'at Hopkins which merits your  attention. Priced right at  $6,000.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons. B.C. .  SOAMES POINT: This may  be that once in a lifetime  piece of waterfront that you  Opportunity to get that choice  have always wanted. Contact  us. for full particulars. No  triflers on . this one please.  PENDER HARBOUR:-10 Seres  with 600' on the waterfront.  Road  and  water through property.  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate  Board  at Gower Point Road 886-2701.  8068-22-  BUSINESS  machine repair  &  .service.   Phone  886-2728.  7993-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  EXPERIENCED typist with  knowledge of bookkeeping.  This person will receive training in advanced bookkeeping-  accounting for a particdlar  business. They will "also be expected to act on instruction  relating to advertising. Reply  with full details to Box 8476,  Peninsula Times, PO Box 310.  Sechelt.  B.C. ' 8476-20  ELECTRIC   Kiln,  wanted.   Ph.  885-2257. 8750-20  INFLATABLE   boat   with   or  without   outboard.   Ph.   886-  ���9390.-      8719-20  UTILITY Trailer, small cement mixer, approx. 12 ft.  boat. preferably fibreglass  with or" without trailer. Ph.  885-9337. Write Box 461, Sechelt. 8707-20  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hail.. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4879-tfn  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. .Phone 885-  P^uS ^^cZc^^f^     ��'* ��r  886-2546.     ,     676bMfn_  publication. Change from original  copy when proof  is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly    rate    for   the    additional  work,  ��... ���  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8072-20  REQUIRED   in. Gibsons   area,  2-3   bedroom   house    or  building   property   or   acreage.  Write  Box  8716,   c/o  Box  310  ���The  Times, Secheih 8716420  PHONE  886-2248  "Notary Public  LI^TI^GS  WANTED  Vince Prlwer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  RonJsAcSavaney    886-9656  Box  238, Gibsons,  B.C.  8073-20  LARGE Int. on Redrooffs Road  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ...   is  pleased  to sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy   Pwnti.  __.������WWTE-  fgi��j'''WT'*yfT^"'? ���' '���'������     >���'���'''    ':     '7   -   ���.';:������"',"."-���  n i       " ��� 'I1 v  ' ���  Get All Your Gardening  Needs And  Expert  Advice . ... at  MURRAY'S GARDEN &  PET SUPPLIES  Gower   Point   Road,   Gibspns  Phone   886-2919  Now open 6 days a week  ..     . 8732-tfn  CHOICE  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons        ,"''  Starts  Thursday,' April  13  lo  '������"^Snturdny;"~Aprll"ir)'"'���~,"*~~���  THE GANG THAT  1      COULDN'T SHOOT  STRAIGHT  Adult,   Warning  some swenr-  liig and c'ourno  language  Tiny ling Sundayn^WodnoBday^  GETTING'STRAIGHT    RofHi'lcted,   Warning,  Iroquont  swiMU'ng',,,eour,Ha1, language and  rioonoH ol' brutalliy.   ,.,..,     ���     . |J070-20  oday for your free  Canadian Tire 'catalogue.''  Over 240 value packed pages  of hardware, sports and automotive "heeds.' D, J, 'Graham  Auto Ltd,, Box 1300, Elrnira,  OntiT 8481-21  "COAST CONTRACTING���"    Building- All typqp.      Roofing  - Duaroid  Shlnglon  Shakes - Aluminum  Painting ��� Int., Ext, - Res: &   Commercial^ ,  jCpnerp'o - basements - fjida-  walks > son "&'.retaining walls,  VU>ov covering -  Insulation.  ���     Phone '886-7320���" ���  nono-trn  almost xk acre, 80' frontage,  elevated potential view. Power and phone available. Musi  sell, $3,750. Ph. 885-9654.    '  8718-tfn  Beautiful Recreational  Park-like  160 acres''  VILLAGE OF SECHELT near  or.   ��� 11 7j     i      a Secret Cove  20 v.ew acres. Undeveloped.., Well elevb(ed prope,lyi Bom6  $32v000, Will sell in 5 acre    ocean  views,  trails   and  light  vlotsi .885-965Torv*tfrf^^  oin    c    ,   .. way   at   only   $07,500.   Some  JIU,   bechelt. terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula   83404fn, Times,..Sechelt, J3.C.... 8733-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK: White Avenue, nice lot, clear,  ready for,building' size 75'x425', oil services irr,-some  view. F.P. $5700.  GOWER POINT: Lots with 80'xl00' frontage^potential view, very desirable area, low taxes, all serves  $5000 to $6000.  6550 R, HASTINGS ST,, BURNADY  ^GaQD.T.iQKrAfcREASQblA^R-PRIGES  .���.~,4.,.i...  Gibsons  Bluff  lots  an  low  an  $2850,   Namo  your TSnTTyinlT"  -83'nMO' lovol iroqcl vlow lot at Ponder Hbr,ronly-200' to salt  woior, An e��col|ant buy al only $4,000.  50'��|50' lot fully tioivicod on Socholt inlet Ideal for mobile homo  ' or summer cabin,'Only $3000 F.P,  RED"HOT SPECIAL  Approx, 27 ocroa of "loVol fertile'land wllh 2 yeap round creekn,  ���Propcrtyrfronts on^Sunshine* Cppsr hW^offl~Y<itns~\o'sir\\m~'  .. IQQQ',,to..��a|i. w<3tor,and,.nlcdll|||Jo..|3ay,.,,ABKlng 422,000 with  $5,000 down, Hurry for this onol  as faTa^theIye can seei  ^YQM*cqn-vlow-Glb!��rffls~Vlllflne:-M^  and Gulf; o| Gooraia ���from,this 2 bdrm homo on approx, 2/3rdv  acre'for only 110,000 dn. to asking prlco of $26,900, Whoro  Vi"'-"���"'���    ---'���������"��� oho con you cquola vali/o Ilka this?  LTD.  Bcix 799, Gibsons, B.C. 7��� Van.  Direct:  685-3133  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  LISTINGS WANTED;,    ���   It makes sense to list' with the Company that will give  you the fullest .coverage;  Offices'*in"Wos|7Vahcouver and Gibsons. 7.,  Toll free line to Vancouver.  Full   coverage   In   both   local   and! Vancouver  ''���:-',v^'-''''^pey's';.''J,v-'!'7':'v-.,'*r'"-rrTr,*.  - '   Plus a competemt .friendly staff-rAUL TO SERr  .. "     VE YOU .BETTER! *,.:   Wo have q waiting list of Clients .for YOUR  JPropertyL^  ^iHi&t^^^  ��� DON'T"DEtAY���GALL ���TODAY4���  WATERFRONT: Gibsons Village' on���Georgia-Bluff-  with a total view of Howe Sound & Harbour.'Large  seclusion, right down to the 112' of waterfront. House  is made for the setting having 2 floors all finished  with 3 bedrooms and many special features, Make an  -qpp6i.W4.twent-"tfl'*see.,,Qt,^  with $15,000 down!  ABBS ROAD: With the viewof both Howe Sound and  Georgia Straits, 2 bedrooms post & beam home, part  basement, car port, black topped driveway, and all  this for $5000 down on F.P. $22,000.  WATERFRONT: 50' of commercial waterfront in the  heart of Gibsons business cent ro, Retaining wall for  foundation of new building ready for use, This is  future development, F.P. $11,000 some terms,  i -i i  i  Then put It down on ono of ificsol Approx, % ac, at Gowor pt.  ...just, J)io .road ,.B.��opqj;q|ot,:., you  from a,nico., boach.  Of for*  to  *f8?pOf5;P,  ~~4;<rqc'wr^  <-*4i36��aerei��ofi��lQvely.��,wdQd��4��.v"��  $?5QQ but don't ho��|��a(o to meKo on offorl  Approx, 3$ acre* nr,'Halfmoon Boy wllh 3 phono power, wqtnr,-  and phPJJf avail, Try yai<r offers ta $3,000.  SPRING SPECIALS  SELMA PARK-^-Lovoly brond  now throe boclroom  home, with wall-wall'carpot; Wz baths; Situated on  nice view lot/ on payed road,  all  fqcllltlesr Only:  ^$24>50(^Ea'sv^e'mis:"-4",,~-tJ- ���*���7---���  , p���--p ���7road���Only steps to beach on cjulot  residential street, Idea! retirement, or smajl family  2 bdrm'homo, mM9t bo soon. Priced to soil, Only;  $16,800���-Terms.  XHAMBERLAIN ROAD���Acreage ^tprrlflc holding  prqporty, alrQady,,subdlvldod---2 parcols; To|q| 8,21  ^rqcn3y;i;^4^0Q0i7^^^  DUPLEX;.DUPL-EX:-Yes-^2:duplexes,-on -large-flat ~  lot, 1 blk from'ocean In Gibsons, close,to Post Office  ancl Shopping District, Two bdrm. units and 2. ono  bdrm. units make^tjhjjsjevpnuQ property veYy,des|rable  ancl rented coniTnuously. Make an appointment for  viewing and more informal Ion qt 886-2481.  ,,. MAR! N&-DRIVEi-Hopklns Uncling well I,kopt+two bedrooms homo with gorgoo'us vlow,' Handy to store and  GIBSONS: Martin' Road. Icloal for small family or  boach. $20,000 Fi?;  '""   MD^lr^mQaUw.oJo.cdix)Qm  ���port and worksho^Ustod for J18t000f can arrange  ^PRATT ROAD:,Oyer, 2Macros, of, lovol, partly,cleared  and wooded land, Has future subdivision potential  and suitable for mobile homo, Power and wator  available,..'F.P, $8,500, 886-2481,  G. kNOVYLES'  '298-0541  or 291-2881  yoyr immbdlato noocls, Wo havo a. yai;iqcj ^QJoQtlon.of  lots starting at! $3,500,00���Cqll M5 today: Lorrlo '  *^ftx��rdr"686^244*,,,t>r^  * 8 8 6*7"! A 4'*-��*w������-^^  ; LIST TODAY THE MacGREGOR WAY  ;, Lorrlo Girard: 886-7244 or 886-7760'or  ,    i Phil Strut! 886-7244 or 886-7144  |.  I ,   If.),.   ���  !,..<�� ||f.   ,  1 dt^ 1M 1*\,i._4\\iWn 11,;11��(,M" 1 ,11 'I '"��' "I''" *'��'' w����'''/1''' " +1 ���'"*'* '*" -w*'l"'rnJi'T ^V ^'J t'''1  > , I .) t '  m^.^9,Xyi',,rl^^'r,r,mmmt  GIBSONS .VILLAGEWATERFRONT! Delightful .view  from this 3 Bod room homo featuring beamed colling,  gronlto flroplaco, w/w .carpet aiid largo suhclocki  Southwest OKposura,, You will ,novor got tired'of  watching,tho sun sot from your living room or the  boach. F.P, $35,000, terms qyqllqbjo, 886-2>|81.  .���.IfflM!,,!^  xollont flslhng; 145' of boach "front,on 1 ocro of  wooded and landscaped property, l-ovoly, 3, bedroom  Jioliso, woll sMilod to tho surroundings, Asking  $52,000, Terms avqlloblo, ���'    ������     ll  Lot us soil your proporty,,wo got fosults, our sales  exceeded one million dollars In 1971,  K. A, Crosby 886-2098 -'J, (:, 'White 886-2395  , .; 7".'."!'.J..Vls5or 885-2300...... ,7 ���,  1 < 1 , *. in 1    1 .     11  '    , J*_\_,__*_______  <__;__      m"*1 in*'****iwtwnr��#tiM**l*iJi' ���*>-H��"��'*������*���*t*f������ * *��*(*���+**'  ^ t n*frp y^*^'f,yr^"tWff ^y^ p'^rp^T'i'^'Pn'f*'' ' "i 'tor ,Ui  ���ii'JU..|J|.^.^W-i-  down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4/000. .  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view. Iots_ on 64  lot subdivision.  Prices from $4,000 to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  PENDER HARBOUR  New 2  bedroom  864 sq.  ft.  model  home.   Electric heat,  stone  fireplace, wall to wall shag carpets throughout. On choice semi-  waterfront lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close to store and  marina. Full price $26,900 with $5,000 down.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  At fori Cove Ferry Terminal, the best location on the Sunshine  Coast. Property, business and equipment for sale, or would tease  business and equipment.  -IrtARttslA-StTr  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy. .101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Fully furnished home, Irvines Landing. Very comfortable two B.R.  view home on large lot. Good gardening soil. Close to marina and  boat launching. $28,000 with terms.  APPROX-: 275 FT.-, WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���-over-one-acrer-BeepT-shfrltered- moorage.- Full price���-  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  LAGOON ROAD  4 very good building lots.  Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots . . .  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.   . 43 lACRES, FARM TYRE LAND  Approx. 500 ft. waterfront on tidal flats. Older log home. Fairly  new   double   garage.   Fruit   trees.    Full   price   $40,000    with  $20,000 down. '  IRVINE'S LANDING  ,7,Twc^euMftV34.w^^^    marina 'arid boat launching. Overlooking famous' Lee Boy fishing  grounds. $36,000 with terms,  "���"'���"**' M * '  GARDEN BAt TAKE" ' :" '   Comfortable 2 B.R, house, fully furnished on extra large parklike lot overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  at $27,500.  3 BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  Approx,  4 acros with   150 ft,  waterfront, On  Hwy,   101   near  Madeira Park. FUII price $35,000 with $12,000 down,,   f t (  WATERFRONT. LOTS  Francis Peninsula���80'���$10,000 cash,  Lot 19 75'-r415,500,  ( p(i;LAI<E:.MOTEp;~~     ���' ������  10 Motol units (all oiectrlc)���8 with'cooking facilities, office with  living' quarters for manager,  Approx,   800  ft, on small  lako,  approx, 200 ft, on Ruby Lako vylth floats and'launching ramp,  ,'   Full prlco $S5;O0Olvi'ltli';:$25;O0O clown, ,,  ,  '  ' GARDEN BAY  315 ft. waiorfront, oyer 3 acros on 2 separate parcols. Vory  iara'Q"hom'e='6*(cou$^  o fishing lodflo and resort, Good boach, Iota of floata. $70,000  full prlco, flood forms, Or house can ha purchased with 100 ft,  ���,���;������,.���"-.v. wh ��,,..watorfrQnt,loUQr.4.42,QQQ, ���,.,���,,,���,������.�����._,^  $14,700 FULL PRICE  *No0r*^ade|ra-Parkto*4-BR��h^  furnaco, balcony on 2 sides, (mm^'lcna possession,  APPROX., J52.FI, WATERFRONT���EGMONT .  Property, In 2, |ot��,,but pwnor,says soil torjothor for $26,500 with  '''.���f 13,000 down. 2 '  fr^cisTemInTula .  2 sldo by sIcJo vlow���loB"'of'''"i^priew'r'"'! VS"^*;^^ each. Only a few  ' 157 ACRES WITH TIMBER   '       '' '  '  D,L, 367Q, wllli a conaldorablo amount of morchantablo timber,  has approx, 550 ft, of waiorfront on Ml��a| l<\h, road o\ crook  throuah property and 'an old house which could -bo rol)ullt..Pull.:  price $50,000 with $25,000 down. '  RUBX��� LAI<��,  119 ft, waterfront with   loot  und furnMicd cottngo. Complnto  7;.Mih7rwnninQ^otofc bat^tw^  prlco $21,000 wllh forms.  , ,'/   . .        MOBILE-HOME SITES  Several lots aYailablo.    ,  yr  it   ���   I  #Mm��i^m��m�� "^p^f^^f (irwf*a!s^^  'Mony'OThervl'orrondl -woterfrorrHoti 'tw the*Fertdftr HoTbowrtrreo*"  ^OiiliSiilli  ,    , ,   ', ���., 7REAVTY Lm .'���' .   ���  ���    i '., Madolrd parK, B,C, ,  7 7"       phone Ponder Harbour 883-2233;   s   "'   '*  ***  ifflWy*!*^*^***^  ��� Ai  I " fVl'es.' ���!  ��� !   H_Y,W  '��� ' W i ' ' ifi.��w-V���,ii  ^^y^M'm>y^<^^ -AUTOS. & TRUCKS (contj    MOBHLE.-HQMES-IfiDiiL). 4.0ST  ^UNBELIEVABLE  But   True���  at    The    Times   /Bookstore,  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  v Electric Adding Machine. Just  $99.50. Limited number available. Ph. 885-96547  1955   FARGCr \_   tonNpick-"up,  good motor, fair body. Ask-  BOATS & ENGINES  BLUE LADV--24 ft: Artcraft  wijh full house type cover.  Command & lower control.  Olds V-8 with Warner gear.  Head, tape deck, lots of equipment. Needs paint. $4,700. Dry  stored at Madeira Marina,  Pender Harbour. Phone 883-  2266. 8703-20  ���  "LIGHTENING"      sail      boat  with     motor     and    Dacron  sails. May be seen at Smitty's  'Marina,  Gibsons,   where  offer  can   be  made. 8494-20  17 %-FOOT Double Eagle, 100  hp   Evinrude   outboard   and-  trailer. Ph. 885-9867."   8721-20'  MOORAGE  BUCCANEER MARINA  Secret   Cove  Covered moorage with power  available,   end   of   April   far   Jjoal_.._up__io   30. -ft,     ��� -  FINANCING Your Mobile'  Home Arranged >��� Large 2  bedroom mobile home, .2  baths, large family room with  patio doors. Built in china  cabinet,,    largg     closets     and  cupboards. No      furnishings*  this is the best basic unit on  the Peninsula. Double ferry  arges have been paid. Put  this fine home on your own  foundation and apply, for the  Home Owners Grant. $ 15,50.0  Financing     A r r a n g e d.    No  REWARD;  Male  Siamese Cat '  Name "Bentley" lost  Porpoise  Bay.  Has  loop  in   tail.  Please  Phone  collect  Whitcroft, Vancouver.    112-263-7G31.  870Q-21  BLACK     leather     fur �� lined  glove lost  in .Sechelt. Finder  -please    phone    885--9394:.  s    8744-20  agents,  f! p.m.  Phone   885-2153   after     PETS  8713-tfn  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  j 7815-tfn  FURNISHED -waterfront pt-  ' tages-at Halfmoon. Bay. Ph.  885-9534. 8714-20  CINNAMON   male   Poodle,   7  months, 11  inches high, $50.  Also   toy   puppies,   $75   each.  Phone 8S5-9797. .   8711-22  LIVESTOCK  SELMA.  Park  \ meeting.  Ph.  Hall.   $5   per  885-9437.  7343-tfri  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. -fOrder early, send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-  64th Ave., R.R- 7, Langley,  B.C.  534-6268. 7840-tfn  WANTED  WANTED TO RENT  WANTED���cottage   near   Red  rooffs,   suit   4   people,   July  16 to 30. Ph. 112-596-8980.  8741-22  HOUSEKEEPING room want-  Phone 885-9563.  8747-20  MOBILE HOMES  7AYERS Mobile Home Park -  West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd., West Sechelt next to  school.  Ph.  885-2375.*    8705-24  eel tor single man in sechelt7  Phone   885-9823,   ask   for   Les  Fraser, *        8743-20  r  1 OR 2  bedroom house for 2  or  3  months.  Walking  distance to shopping and water.  SALAL WANTED  If you are browned off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  885-9746   __ 7563-52-  FOR SALE  BRAND    new    baby    walker,  Thistle   baby   carriage.   Ph.  885-9550. 8739-22  FOR^SALI^(Gontinued)-���-  .'ioV  I't.   CAMPER.   1971   teak  interior, $1500. PhY886-7459  849Qr21  ���, *_ _: __._  1965 CHEB Impala 4 dr. sedan,  .327   motor*   exc.    condition.  Offers. Ph. 886-7317 after 5:30  p.m. y 8074-21  ALD'E'R" fireplace wood, pick  7y.P <>r loads delivered. Gibsons Wildlife Club Auction,  April  29. . . ���    ���   8060:19  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibregla.ss���Rope���  ' Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES*  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303..' Gibsons.  B.C  RABBITS, bicycles, oil heater,  pike   pole,   lamps,   25    gal.  drum,   beds,   cribs,, bar-b-que,-  radio.   Gibsons   Wildlife   Club  Auction  April  29. 8069-20  GET into trim with Canadian  Forces 5BX for men and 1<JBX  for ladies, 35 cents each. Mod*.,  em Carpentry $9.95. Sunset  Hobby Books $2.50. Last-  Spike and National Dream  $10. For the chidren Dr. Seuss,  Beatrix Potter books and lots  of good paperbacks and latest  Canadiana, .always at the  Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph.  "885-9-353: 7764-7   , 1 ;   GARDEN    manure,    pick-ups,  loads  delivered,  space heater.     Gibsons    Wildlife     Club  Auction April 29. 8061-19  Safe Motoring  CLEAN 4 cyl. Austin "Riley"  motor, Simplex marine  trans. 1" new brass shaft &  prop., stuffing box, as a unit  $100. 2 buck kids Saanen cross  Toggensberg, $5. each. Write  Box 380, Sechelt, B.C. 8749r20  TENDERS    -by Sheila Harris  RAblAL TIRES AND TIRE  CHAINS  INFORMATION   is   ndW   available   that  the  link  type tire, chains  are  an  unsuitable   type   of   chain   for   placing   on  radial ply.,tires.  Tire experts point, out that ��� due to  more flexible "side walls and greater deflection rate of a radial tire that using  link type tire chains could result; "fri  damage Co the side walls" of "the' radial'  tire. Motorists who equip their cars with  radial type tires should, consult therr  tine dealer concerning the use of proper  type tire chains. ���  IMPROVE YOUR- VISION _  It is mueh easier not to  piood Donor'Clinic but for those who  are in good health and prepared to  give up half an hour of their time  and a blood donation, they have the  satisfaction^ of k n o w i n g that they  may" have helped* d complete strang-  Life-Savers  go to" the er or someone near and dear to  them. The Blood Bank is low, help  replenish it on Monday next, April  17tli anytime between 5 and 8 p.m.  in the Physiotherapy Room at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  Sechelt Aoril 17 V  Blood Donor Clinic offers  opportunity to save a life  "IF   YOU   have   ever  said   "I'd  willingly  give my life .. 7 now is your chance  to  do  just  that,  but you  don't  have  to  give your life, just one pint of blood.  through the blood-stream. In the bloodstream, therefore, the red cells are of  all ages from 1 day to 3 months.  Share   a   little ,pf   your   good health  Starting   June   1.  8076-21  . YEAR round residence in Gibsons for family of two small  children.   Phone" Les   in Vancouver  873-1994. 8071-22  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL - RECREATIONAL  A1I types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP, LTD.  2438 MARINE, W. VANCOUVER  926-3256  _pvb/f\l_���civl-A-Mii-  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  8U5-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  THE WORLD of Christopher  Robin is still here for you  to enjoy with your children,  in the A.A. Milne books at  the News Books & Stationery  "Store in sechelt.  According to the British Association  of. Optical Practitioners,'your vision .will  improve 20,000 to 30,000 times if you  wait a few mi#ites before driving off  into the dark. The Association.claims it  takes about 15 minutes for a driver's eyes  to become completely accustomed.to the  dark���but   few   motorists   wait   even   15  The Blood Donor Clinic is visiting  Sechelt on Monday next���April 17th from  5:8 p.m.. and will locate in. the Physiotherapy Room at St. Mary's Hospital.  Sponsored by the Co-ordinating Council of the Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital, the Clinic is hoping for good response   because   it   takes   400,  donors   a  with   someone     else���don't   forget���next  Monday, at St. Mary's Hospital.  During a political discussion:  "Which  side of the fence are you straddling?"  te  pncoast  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  .ESTATES LTD***��. 885-2241  See us at Our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  SARGEANT BAY VIEW  90'x275' View Lot air treed, fully serviced, good beach, access  will he subdividable in future."'F.P. $5500 cash. S. Anderson 885-  _ 23 85-or^T-Anderson-8 85-2053;       SARGEANT BAY RECREATION LOT  *,  Over  Vz   acre,   all  nicely  treed,  good  access to public beach.  Trailers and small cabins are allowed. R-ll zoning. F.P. $3700.  J. Anderson 885-2053 or S. Anderson 885-2385.  DAVIS BAY  % acre view lots next to park and schools. Four building sites  nicely treed. From $5,000. S. Anderson 885-2385 or J. Anderson  885-20153.  GIBSONS  Small  Farm  1%  acres,  2 bedroom,  small  house,-out  buildings  rrMro^nd^hohev-4f^^  885-2385 or J. Anderson 885-2053.  ������- " ; 'ROBERTS-'CREEK- ���������'������ ��� ��������� * -   10 level acres across from golf course, Beautifully treed, excellent  commercial prospeqts, One of the highway fruit acreages left, act  now.   F.P.   $25/000.   J.   Anderson   885-2385   or   S.   Anderson  885-2053,  Also Canad-  iana in abundance - Walbran's  .B.C.. Coast Names. ^.Middle-  ton's Place Names of Pacific  N.W. Coast. Perrault's 12th  Mile-Blackwater River (Hunting Fishing & Wildlife Adventure in B.C.) Poems by  Robedt Service. Hobby books,  Gardening Books, Cook Cooks.  If you can't find it in'Van-  ' couver - you may just find  sre���--TightrTir"Set^e]r-Pn7"  885-9654. . . 8738-21  OUTBOARD  motor,   chickens,  hot   plate,   anchor.   Gibsons  'Wildlife   Club   Auction   April  29. 8059-19  3,000 MARBLES, television,  electric motor, etc. Bath tub,  cast iron, rolled edge, c-w  cast iron legs and taps. Gibsons Wildlife Club Auction  April 297-  -���8082=19  RUBBER   stamps   of  all   descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times, Phone 885t9654.  Quick service on all orders.  TELEFUNKER   tape  recorder  and accessories for sale. Ph,  885-9568, 8740-20  '__ i     ELECTROLUX  Bob' Wpltham  seconds.   They   come   out   of   a   lighted ,._dav to take care of the 3,000 patients in  NOTICE  OF  TENDER  The position as Secretary of  South Pender Harbour Waterworks District will be open  to the suitable applicant as of  December 31st, 1972. All  tenders must be sealed and  mailed to P.O. Box No. 9,  Madeira Park, B.C. prior to  December   1st,,    19727 Aippli-  cants must state qualifications  and  salary  expected.  Doug    Turner,    Secretary,  '  South Pender Harbour'  Waterworks   District  8746-20  LEGAL NOTICES  building, jump into a car and drive off.  They are, in fact, partially blind. According to theBritish group,, for minimum  safety, 17t-year old drivers should wait  two or three minutes "and 60-year old  drivers at least five minutes for dark  adaptation, but it still takes 15 minutes  to  gain your  best dark vision.  HEAD-ON COLLISIONS  Almost anything is better^ than a  head-on collision but, if one is imminent,  take. to tne bushes"; shoulder, or ditcn  to your right. Don't try to outguess the  other driver by heading for the left. He  ���might be asleep, drunk, ill, or just plain  ��� day dreaming and come to his senses  at the last moment and swerve back  into his own lane. If there is time, blow  your horn" or  flash your lights.  the B.C.-Yukon territory who have need  of  blood.  Anyone .-between,the-,.ages_ ol..18.^and  65 who is in good health can contribute.  Besides donating blood, it is possible to  find out which blood group you belong  to. Out of 100 average donors there are  46 with O group; 42 with A group; 9  with B group and 3 with AB blood.  ForJjaose who_.like.^to__kno_w_de.tails,  slightly less than one pint of blood is  taken and this_represents one-fifteentl  oi the average body content. The fluid  portion of the blood is replaced" within  24 hours and the red cells within 3 to  4   weeks. . 7  The red cells in the normal circulation are continually being replaced from  the bone^ marrow. After about 4 months  they become  worn' out  by  their  travels  Phone 885-9878  SUSffSUTmrn.  FORM   No.   1  LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION" T��  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of New Westminster and situated at, Garden Bay, B.C.    ..,    ,.  Take notice  that Agamem-  ,non..,,Marine, Ltd,,, of....Box K vl,;  HOBBY FARM  Modern 'home; (1152 "sq.'" ft,) Willi extra' 1152 sq. ft; fhaf could  bo mode Into a duplex or expand main house. It Is sitting on 3  choice acros with nico vlow, Large heated shod with 85 chinchillas, a 4 car garage, tractors, small 'truck, tools etc. Small  animals, chickens, ducks, gcoso, pigs, goats, otc. Fully quipped.  -All-thls~&-so-much-mororfor.,only445(000,,-Must,.bo:soQn-ta bo���  appreciated. ,Cq|l Suzanna Van-Egmond 885-0683 or 885^224];  BOARDING HORSE RANCH  10 acrqs wlt!r42x72'cement block building. Land mostly cleared.  F.P, $22,000. Call Stan Anderson 885-2385 or' Jack Anderson    885-2053.    , ,   ,   , WATERFRONT. LOTS    ,   .  Wo havo tho largest selection of Waterfront View Lots ori tho  Sunshlno Coast. CALL US NOW for that"Recreation or RotlrOi  ���_.monUot���~WQ.havo,.,a cowpIp with prptocted mooraoo. Lor\ or  Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  ���*    i��44��^/^wKfa^.'''��'.~.rc��'M^^  Partly cloarod with nico 400 sq, ft. dwelling orUt for only  -1.T0;O00r*Call-Svl7:anne -or-Lon ...Yon:���Egmonar;.;Jt35,!224.1���.,o^  885-9603.  HOOVER rinse-a-matlc washier.and spin dry with arborise cover, Hoover portable  dryer, like hew, both $325.  B&W 23" Cdnsoje T> reconditioned. Ph. 886-7230.        '  '3'50 HONDA  for sale, offers,  ���Phone   880-2725;   '8704-20  FENDER Deluxe Reverb Am-  pUfler;   excellent   condition,  $130. Vox built Wah Wah pe  -8299tttiF~G^'ctE^^  cupation Resort Operation, intends, to apply for a .lease* of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post plan-  "ted at" the "south-west'' corner  of Water Lease 6877, thenco  "200-feet* along-the��� westerly-  boundary qf.said lease 0877;  thence west-by-south for 425  feet; thenco south-by-stiuth-  east for 275 feet; thence to  lead pin ot westerly corner of  Lot   8,   D.L.   131)7,   Group   1,  _\ ___t_j a >Si v J 'fia��  *   *       -.  i_j____W__i.,l.___T..__lr.. i   t.-u       -< ��.  PRIVATE SALE^-IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  ���^Seoi^c^  Approx, 2400 sq, ft. tin. 2j, floors, 4 bdrms, 2 bathrms, 2 flre-  ' places^ WlWrcarpoH  Clear Title: only $10,500 dn;  Bank financing avail. To View  ;   Ph6ne 885-9630.      THIS LABEL ON YOUR-  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  UNION  CONDITIONS  da-,�����s���nQw,���$2B_Compunlon  Fusw:, Box, ��� ob  ne\y.  $15,  Ph.    fining, thrcq  acres,  mora or  n_��n*r<   ���.,.,.,.   ���,,,...!.    ..,.. 20....l���OaA,,, ,���      ...........       ,,,..!..  085-9054.  Snturclny   15th  -  at.    Qregg'n,-   by  RESTAURANT, DlNlNG'ROOM  Pusy Main Si root location, /Ml now decor, equipment, booths and  coffee bar. Low renewable lease, Real monov maker. Owner,  must Boll/Only !J?.4,000, J., Anderson 885-2053 or S, Anderson'  --���'-"   ��� 883*2385, w���.^.--vr^-�����-.-^.4..-^���....  AUCTION  10 ��� a.rri^ tu, vMv;(iBn|1 uy  Mock'fi Nursery, Highway 101,  Household effects; sail boot;  antiques; 10 speed bike,; wood  ^Btoyp,70tO,,,rr���,, __ ���..ii,fr,,l:l:B700r2Q  CHESTPRFIKLD 8. chair, huf-  ' fot, rugs, dlninq room sul,to,  rrjlRO. Wqdgowood,- silver,' otc.  Pishing tnoklo, shot gun. ,Ph,  880-0300, 0737-20  less;''  Tho purpose for which tho  disposition Is rerjuli'od Is lo  cover docks r ��nd'��'''appurr6'nnn-  cos used In , connection wllh  established "rosort/rnnvlha business qn uplands.  *  Agnrnorniicm Marino lid,  ,   por: Polar ft, Bonjal'lold,  'Prcsldoht,  Dated April  1st,  1072.  8730-pub.  April   12,   10,  1072.  v - -US!  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  GIBSONS TO PENDER HARBOUR   "' '    -��v.v'v,w,.. ><No:is235?, 2408, 2431, 2462; 2463; 2478'  Selection of choice view lots, Jack Warn, 886-2681 oyos,  mftm  SELMA PARK  karao ylow lot, Close to store, post office and now ">roQkwa|er,  boat launching. Ideal rotlromonf arqa, Walking dlManco io beach,  F,P,..tl5(000,.wltl^  ,   . 085^2053 or 5, Andorson B05.23O5.. ^^"~"~  I..I...ltlwI^  *Reltrairncr^^  flroplaco, picture wIivIowb, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining/room  plus hondy utility room..H 2x1 Oft fro View proporty   Walk I no  rllstnnco lo beach, storn ond boat harbour. F.P, $22,700. Terms  arrannod. Call J, or S, Anderson, 005-2053 - 005-2385.  kJ4*t Oj^hj^Jt ,M,^  ������ V, |~A:^WEST"Sf;CH ELT^ VI gy/���������  n?.5x450^locllvol9wcloai;odrHaridy^low  T.0,800 P.Pi J, or S, Anderson, 885-2385 - 883-2053).  ''��� WATERFRONT^-SECHELT INLET  Protoctodmoorago for your boat, Sandy boach, boat harbour to ba  Installed, Large secluded area, Several good bulldlha *lto�� on tho  lot,   F,P.   $| 1,500.   Rosy  Terms,   J,  Anderson   88B:2053,  S,   <77'-\ Anderson 083-2385,-������������ (- ���;' ���,���;"';". ."'���V.'  rT,m,HI����.tnwt��>��fl'i ��w  -PENOERr^HARBOW-  DARQAINFOR QUICK SALGHMoclorn,; woll built 1500 no,;' fl.  "ranch" type with high,* rouphed in- basomentrLovoly furnishings'  and appliances (Including washer St dryor). ON 12 GENTLY  SLOPING & WOODEP YIEW ACRES OYERLQOKING STRAITS 6.  VANCOUVER ISLAND, Has 2 good cabins yyhlch could bo rontocl,  PLUS'a machine slpp with largo Inventory of first class tools,  "new parts and oqulpmont|-?39/750,OfJ"wlllr'"r12(000"dowrirbol,"  .   ...        ,.,,,.. at 9%.'     .      .  i * , i .  WATERFRQNTi   SPECIAL.......   LEVEL   LQTS   IN   BARGAIN  HARPOUR, PROTECTED MOORAGE AND NO STEF.p BANKSII        , $12,0.00 PER FRONT FOOTII        FRANCIS PENINSULA! Serviced Ylow lot close to tho water and  free moorage,,This Is a largo-corner lot with gpod soil .for nopticu,   -z-s-zxzJx-x^^  JlUv-  COMMERCIA'CITfE^ Ipts In "Downtown MqSoTra Park,rVTltli  aootl road frontage at shopping centra, Priced from $7,900,00 ,.,  ���, , ^Would mako.oxcollont-lnvostmont,-.���. -~, -  -.rf(��rt***TMf* !��� TJfiVf��!l(rtB��^����|j��i*t,' 111-f I  WATERFRONT RESORT; On 4 lovoly ylow acres In Pender  JHarbour^Dccp���(JVotcctcd^hiooragpfjiandy-bcaclwlaroQ��modein^^  plox, 2'cnblris. M camper/trailer spaces wllh tollnta, nhowarh K  MQundryr^"bQdmorn;owner5'homorhoaTsrfloatBrv/orKBhop7Tfemon  dous potential for nxpanslon,, Should gross $21,000,00 on asking  prlco of $ 139,000,00... $40,000 down & terms,  CALL JOCK HERMON (PENDER HARBOUR) '  ,7      112-883-2745   ���,'   .CHARUS, ENGLISH,LTb,'\���       . ' " ��  .",.. Office ;:^8^2235 ;; m ���    u   _..   ���.  From Va"nc;ouy,er toll Free - ZEnith 2012  DAVIS BAY   ' No. 2388  Half  aero  vlow   lot   100'x220/  overlooking  acean  at  Davis  Bay,  .Sltuated1..at..ond;.of..qulot~streot,-Noarly-lovol,.nlcQ choice ol trooH.but-  ,oasy, to clear, Only $6,200, Don Hodden, 885-9504 oyos,      .  /.-*���,'  Small boy at a concent:  "Mother, why is the conductor shaking the slick  ,V,,.,.,..,.,Q|,t|-,e.Jodyp'-'vv'.---;-.-:-..-.',.-.,,-,.!,.,..,.,.��,���.,..:..   ....... ,���;���.......,.....,  "Ho Is not shaking his stick at her."  , '^Thon'what Is she .screaming for?".  J{4 $     ,        i. i.  mmmmmmmmmmmm^m.YQ^I\ {"SCreCWti^fOf*Joy-Yrhefl"  _-yQMi..,seo,,,yiQur dreams^jcjorne  true In one of those homos;  WATERFRONT RETIREMENT OR? ' No, 2509  60 ft., soa front. LoyoI. location, uwooplng vlow, closo to crook, Year  round homo In idoallc, hlclo-a-way dotting, 2 bedroom house custom  planned toutllUoaHspaco, Separate car port, Dominion lease) $60,00  ���-annumr,Woterratesfc$25,00,*'gross'taxes $147.00,~Full-cash price1  , $l2lPQ0..CQlLPobkKonl,���886r.?.4611oYO��1  180" VIEW LOTS No.'s 2480, 2311  ,"Those 2 lots 70x150 face South Wost In Davis Bay, havo com-  mandlno'^yJo'vyi^f^GoorofCStralts^lSo.' clocirlno costs, Lot.mo^how,  you, you will want' to"own at loqst ono. Tho bast lots, ancl priced to  sell, Call .Potor Smith, 885,9463 oyos,  WILSON CREEK PRIVACY , ...���",,., .No���v24S8,  3 bedroom homo, Commandlnn vlow. HomoVgaVag'o, sliocl, 1,36 acros,1  "City'' wafer, phono, hydro, Qulot rosldonlla, qroa, Appointment  only. flob|>Kent,88 5-9461.       ^     "    '  DAVIS BAY "     No, 24(4  2Apdroorr��.lwti.roment hpm<9,lMsV 3 yoqrs old,.Largo vlQvrlwJncloiys,.  ��Basy*to'caro*forrConcreto'��wa|ks-around,*tho��hous(^"on��cloarod��,qnc|*  |ands.cap(?dJot, Short wqlk lo boach at Davis Bay, Try a bank mprl-  pagp^on-"f ul l*prlco-��f ~$1.9fPB0nCall- Don~Hodd.onr,8a5-.950iLjavflfl��,  SUM^ERCOTTAGE     :7~~~'     "" '    " "No; 2301  Inexpensive hldo-a-way Codar Cottaga faces on Socholt Inlet,' walk  dlstahco lo boach and boat launch, Wator ancl Hydro aro In, Built In  privacy on small proporty $7,000,00 total prlco���Banks finance over  this amount for summer homos, Call Potor Smith, 085-9463 oyos,  -J3Wj*f."tai:.wfc'*,,.��i  SELMA P,',RK  No, 2104  'JnUii.  *f��*aw#*^i  ^mm^whm^^l^it^mff'  !^JU^,.  ���r*f  \  ,.^l^  !*^fW>*#��*W��  mUfaAt*  1 H^W^lfofl***"*  tf  ���* y^"�� ,*? *f imhWh1)^ ��i  Looking to Islands and sunsotn of Gulf of Goorglai Cabin on lho boach  wllh protected moorago $7600,001' Torms bonus far catih, Coll Jack  W^rn, 006-268.1 qyos, T ' ]  FOUR BEDROOMS���$16,500  .   , No, 2437  Now full, high basomont; 100 amp, service; o|| furnace. Commanding  vlow. Reasonably priced as owner anxious to isull, por further particulars call C, R, GntharcblQ at B06;7Q15 ovos,  , .   ^7  SECHELT VILLAGE  No, 2422  .���. aKM->Ki.i viui-nui;   ,,.  ......,.,.,.,,.. .,,<.,...,,,..��..,,     , ,      , no. a'\a*.  (,:4Ua<"llY^ Jlw.  place,, Largo lot wllhfrulttruam, horrles, nhnms, Garden shod, garage,  ���^flfdtwTflia'itti'a^iwimrc  $22,950, Try your down payment. Don Madden. 885-9504 ovos.  ' WATERFRON^ ACREAGE    '              No, 2W  Approx, BQ0 ft. mostly flat shoreline and 17}h acros of privacy nn,  ��� Powder Bay, with road highway to boach. Tho walora aro clear ancl  WATERFRONT.'"".'" '.."'""      - '"'Z''27.T,'Z'SM'MlK  Comfortable two bedroom homo pn^hfltf"'ci'i7(l?'rhon'ay',1"to"-'Gib'sorts.' ~-  ���AI1.0 ws.9J3��lJ^tftJ^^^ revenue,,W.S.QOO, lorms. Call  - C;"R, Bafhorcolo, TfW^0t5-flre��r-^Si=2;^^  JinlHv>'<  /  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ��2��p<ircalS|taOAr*ih��4Mlol��,��-"'*alf.ca��luon��fulUprJce��o('��$?Q,000.00,  Zoned for dotalopmonr,' Call Poter Smith, 003-9463 oves,   '  PITCH 8. PUTT . "  Lot mo ''Pitch" In and "Put" you on nearly an aero of gonllo, fiouthi  drn sloped, proporty acrosyfrom Iho Go|f,and Countiy Ckib ol Robor|s  Crook,, 90 foot of Highway ,101 frontngo, additional 522 foot nn  aajtoftod sldo road, Could oaslly bo at ioost^ lots, Try your clono  oflers at $9500,00 full prlco,, Call,Hob Kent, 885-9461 ov.r>��, ' [  AGENCIES LTD.  ,    Box 128,. Secholt   .,,,..    '.Phoyo 885,2235, ���;.  x   Or Cqll Toll Fr'co from the Greater Vaqcouvor Area  ���      ZEnith 2012       "!      .   , ,,'  twtmmmi>(*kia*&m  v-i ;V ii L ,4*7. **. '*.''" "r v, ������, wwi;*.* *V�� ���'��� r< W'  n IV,  .)'.  mA^tmfrtK*  !).,,,I',Vr4WtW>^'< /V-y'^.i^'.W^) Mi!1,'  ���whfih^,^11 ,.'7'i"V ,,\i >i |^  yitflk^i  +m��  i  ��^W>WMMMl����MW^%<fl>}��tPMH��ntn4 -WVMtl^KMMMWWMmMI  wWB^nM����lWft'ftyt��i*i<Wliw-  T"l''l " ���I'I"1"1  *m ^)��*#�� *nMMnw!*���L^im  U��  ,.,        ���t 4, 'l  V\t_' I      '  JL  ^Wr*UJ,v��^^  ������ii.  ii��(-'i W" ,*. '"V" ,.li ��,  ,,'��  >       l        |1     .V  r, Page A-6) The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday; April T^ 1972  TIDE BOOKS- CHARTS  GIBSONS  l#MMW*W#MM��*l��*��*l#��#Ml*��*Wt**��#��*����#Wl#��*WW*#V��#W��*wn��ll*M��**f^P��i^  TOTEM  CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN  HAUL  Jackpot $300  $75 T08GO  ��     ���  DOOR  PRIZE  *  ^****W1t Wl^��MW��WMWl#WM����WW*#l#%WW*��W��gMW��>WW^'��*'��M^W**4.  It's   That  Season  Tho luiseiMll reason "is here and  \.)iinustiM7-. arounil Gibsons' are turn-  '111.4 up b\ the hundreds to take part  in' the ^"ame A group here gets a  pep-lalk boioie teams are actually  selected  ���Letter from  Parliament  Hill  OTTAWA-  So   mam     cui.MituonU-   have  complained about Hit- mmiscule 42 cent  uh u-aso   loi    ��'d   agt-   pprisumors   that   I  wondei   if sume Coast Chilcotin residents  who   ate   entitled   to  the     laij>ei    pension  mav have tailed    to  apply lor it  The amendments  to the pension act  p,i.N^ c d by Parliament last year did,  iri effect, freeze  the  universal     old   age    Sunshine Coast    Golf and    Country^  pension at $80.00.       " Club was  a  scene of  activity last  There was, at the    Saturday, April 8th as golfers, gather--  ume,  a.heavy    uT-    ed lor  the  Shotgun Tee-off.  This  crease   in   old   age    piayer is seen getting in a practice  7                 pension payments.        shot before the tournament began.  ; All  the  increase   went   to   pensioners                                           ...                    ��.  who had little or no other-source of in-     ���-,--���'   ��� , : _���income.                                                                                                         ���  Annual Tee-Off  More than half British Columbia pen-  sioriers7n)7,039 but of the total of 204,136 1.  are  receiving    the   Guaranteed     Income     2__/llf��lC&  Supplement in greater or lesser amounts.   (Some also get a B.C. Provincial Government Supplementary Social Allowance to  a maximum of $38.60 for, single persons  or $47.50 per month for couples. The federal government contributes half the  money for this provincial supplementary  allowance, but its administration is entirely provincial.)  The federal Guaranteed Income Supplement, where the real increase in Old  Af?e���P-ensians_took place, ranges up to  $57.70 per month for single pensioners,  and $50.05 each monthly, for couples.  Any pensioners who have no sources  of  outside  income  except  the  Universal  SPORTS  Sechelt Lanes  ���by Eve Moscrip  80hp.ll5hp. 140 hp.  Raise your power sightf.  to the ultimate.  Your Mercury dealer invites you to see'and test  run the "big water" outboard engines���the  maxi Mercs. Fast, powerful���but more than that,  dependable for family boating. Backed by quality  only a Merc can claim-.-s-.-the-exeellence-of--,-'   Mercury engineering. To be convinced, r  see your Mercury dealer,  SECHELT   Commercials   again   provided  the high scores last week with Frank  Nevens  bowling a  nice~M^ftrtloweti--by-  Vic   Martiddu   with   796.    Other   scores  include:  Mixed 10 pins: Pelle1" Poulson 360,  Pension of $80.00 are entitled to the full Gordy McCourt 350, ��� Lil McCourt 287,  Guaranteed   Income   Supplement. Helen Sinclair 274.  '    The.  Guaranteed   Income'   Supplement Sechelt   Commercials:   Vic   Martiddu  is   progressively,   reduced   in. relation   to     796,   Frank   Nevens   840*   Trisha   Bitting  the pensioners'  receipt of  other  income.     274,  Carol  McGivern  632.  But fir.st, what is "other income." 'Ball &. chain: Gordon Dixon 621, Lyn  Anything .considered to be income for simpson q20, Bruce Redman 703, Bubbles  income tax purposes-is counted, even it Creighton 606. Fran Staus. 256. Tim Fri-  the amount is  not  large  enougn  to_re-     zelle   286,.   Danny   Holland   674,'Koger  ^^rmmtmmtmjmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmSmmmmmmmmmmmm  I  I  I  1  i  i  300.00 CASH  AND A GOLD MEDAL!  Write-a simple, straightforward letter in your own words on the  OUTDOARDS     nht.n u^mTriorutiiati  Complete ranRO ol power: ., 1*/,, Q,$l 20, 40, SO, 65,  '   80, UBi ItOhp.FornortroatMorcui'ifD'oBlerisiiotho"  ���~rrmiow^agB.r.ingnr'"Oiiiw^  Miulno Llmttod, P.O. Box 488, MlUSlsiauga,  (Toronto) C��n.tda,  quire lhe payment of an Income Tax  This income could be professional fees,  profits from business, fishing or farming, dividends from -stocks and 'bonds,  rents, the interest payments on mortgages  or* other similar sources of income.  There, is not room here to print all  the relevant'tables.  However, generally speaking, the  Guaranteed Income Supplement is paid  in .full,: $57.70 to , pensioners with no  outside income,1 diminishing to zero when  the'pensioners'  outside income is $1,392  por"year.V'',,',','-' ���".'  Hocknell 679.  "I have but! one' lump by which my  feet are guided, and this is the lamp  of experience. I know of no way of judging the future but by the past." Patrick  Henry.  ^valne^n^Tunction of your local newspaper, and send it to The  ���Times.  -     -:- -��� - ��� - :    Letters should not be less than 250 words, nor more than .700.  The subject is "Our Hometown Paper" and the judges are not  looking for polished literary expression, but a clear and frank  expression of your opin'on as to what a local newspaper should,  do, how it is expected to serve its community and its readers,  "wHarinneaTirrtcryr^  look for excessively high praise for the paper, but rather att  understanding of the function of a local newspaper.  This contest .is open to all readers of Canadian Community  Newspapers in Canada;,last year the prizes were won by Mrs.  Joan Stuchberry of Grantham's Landing.  * Your entry niusb h6: iix The: Times/office; not later thap 5 p.m.  no~Iiy77*q^^-  then forwarded to Mpntreal for final judging.  DEADLINE: 5 p.nf. Friday,'April-21; 1972.  <mmmmrmrwmmmr?.-��� mmmmm>m~mmmmmmmmmak}itmm)mi   ���   '   ������      ' <T^ >BS  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmm_m% .Q  Smitty's Boat Rentals and Marina  ,    On t|l0 ��� Whart at Gibsons  "' r "   ".   Phono 886:7711   "'', ������'���''"'''"  C0I10  Marina ��  Madeira Park '    ��� \  '    ifhoiiQ 883-M48" ���  ��� ���-"��� - -;  W,'lB!B>W#��*JEe|��*^ f  Socholt Chain Saw Contro Ltd.  Socholt   "' ,y"  Phono- 885-9626>���-������  pensioners, receive the full Guaranteed  Income Supplement of $50.05 each If  their "cbrhbinea   income   was' less   than  JM.8..Q0 PiS.V_.Year,u Tlie Guaranteed Income  Supplement diminishes progressively^ to  zero yy'idn their, outside income roaches  $2,448 per year, '(ir) previous year)  ^"���^Ij--lj^--^^of'-a*^nr,.iecl--couplc,'Whcr(v  only ono is a pensioner, the monthly supplement, of ,$57.70 ,1s paicl in, full,,it tholr.  combined Income In 1071 was less than  $1,0011.00, The supplement diminishes  progressively to 7,oro whon tho couples'  combined outslclo income pouches p^M  per your. _,  "  " tentitlomonriFl,lfolupi^ Ih nor  mally based on Income of tho. previous  calendar your, Payment for fiscal your  1072-73 Is based on oulsldo Income during  11)71"'In the, case ol" a , dclayedrnppllca-  tlon for Guaranteed Income Supplomont  paymonls, retroactive pivymonts may hu  mado for a maximum period,of.ono your  if thoro, is onllUomont, , ,..,.,, .,..,.,,  1'onHlonors who/no 'oulsldo Incomes arc  loss, than $1,302, $a,'l4�� or ,$3,744(��W)uowl-  -JiWJttJho. catuKprlos ,.Uh1.��c1 above, should  apply io thu'Old A|{Q Socurlty ltbidonul  Olfk'^.l^lO ^ovornmont Stroot, Vlotorla,  tho plan, Moro detailed information  In  ,.uvallflbla In a .bookloi entitled "How \o   UutJCuiuv' 1072 Ouurantood inoonVo Siip-  plcmonti" Tlils was mailed to all pon-  slonora 1 In January,BthlH7yoar.   ,        ,   ,  WcddlnH I'lnfiH aro placed on lho third  l'!nnor of thu  loft hand  buuauso. of  an  .oUUliKyptlttii.bollo��_tliut���.u_norvo.���.jran  I'rdin thai  flnK��r to tho heart,  ,��� wr*. t :   1 i M��#i K ll,*  ���1���r  tiirtltlitiuk'l''  III,! 11 Ii, J  -���*  ��*fMM  All Inmllloa nood lola ot  hot wator, Look nl yonrn.  QhnylnOi ohoworo Inupdry,  "Wnohlno dionoa'-nU notlvltloo'"  1   , , nil day, everyday, Tha nrmwor? ,,  ,'/N OAaOADE' olootrlo wator hoator.  \Vhy? llflpnuao 0A80ADE hna boon,  ... cjonlopod find"lni|lt lo.moot (ho |io|ly-"liot   1  Wntor domandij of tho niodorn hpuBQliold. Tho  " oranpo oascade B/mhol la your'nonurnnco  4_thnt,thH.watat|ioaiQrhflQ boon approved lor'  onfoty nnd porlorninnqfl by tho Qnnndlnn Qlandardn  ii'^*inii  fl W il  iff rvm m VJ m v; 11 m III if IlllllllWlf"*! ta  ;l|0��!|WiF^ ��� ��� '""'KolSilon - * 9* ,WI, m Iho ho.wMc.r  ' It'a biiont, CA80ADU t> llm.nnriwnr lorJnrtno.lnmlllon, '  nmnll inmllloa n yoil imllv, Qoo yoOr nppllmnio  v��iu     ^i,i' inuwi.^hnijy* ., ��� ���    '01 liq��(lno do��i<t|r and ��e>K about 0,0, Hydro ||nuiio|na. <,  -���inrwp^ *��' ftni^T��^it*msn  ^''���H^W'^w^iyii  1,1f    tlflw''  ZU.JUJ&.'���  -i(n~  ,W  wtWwwI^wiwywfwW*^^  y^BWMWW^W^��W��ll4l1"W  THE  PENIHSUUA TIMES  DRAW YOUR ATTENTION  ,.'v ';'7'''7',7-'7'''inthe  M7  "i1  I), I  ,11' l. -.  ��***MMMn��WM��tfMtfMMW.*P����*rVNm^lMMM4MmMPIMlffHMM>  MM  ,11. ,t '  ,    I. I  I, ,".  ���V"  B.C. HYDRO 4f*  ��H.k;'1w  '������^��^��W''W*IWW^^  tww**w'<!>'f*,wm*��i*m<impiti  wmmml#msiii#  ���^COftrffk^'f^f^^  m^mmvi*i^*^����mm^m  1   ',!  /,.-  .*( ^ ,  /  ���/   ���''  ���wmmmmm<*imi��>m  v9my[ ���"  i^m^mtm^mv^mmm  3F  "pf"'  T  W \  7ROBII.UARDIlECTrtlC  '      ELECTRIC HEATING OUR SPECIALTY     *  ���   ���    1,1    i'i*   /1 * ,   < ,    ,  Mermaid Street,< Socholt, B,C,,- Miona 805-2131  1  Tr  t .   '  ,4       4.       , ^  ��� t t  ,j '1.  I  .4,|.^��-..*��N^.T ,^4�� t,W,      .      ^    ^   ,,,.,,,   4p    ,J,  ' , < 7     >  .+��r ��� * >-*���!'�� '. ��<*'*'�� t *��f tut-.  1 * I'V. +'*"��� 1 V 1M|�� * �� ���  <f.  ���TI ���  m^mmmm*mmm  mi&'mwmtowmiipiymi  nwm<{mw9fwiiimMm^^  ��i,  nr  t��r  . *,i| ,* I .   *,<  .       1     '  '    /   **    'f   ,'        *  ' /       T��     -    _ \ Wednesday, April 12, 1972 The PeninsUlaTTimes-  Rage-A=^L  P.O. Box 375  Sechelt,- B.C.  Wharf Street  "Secheir, KCr  Phone  .855-9551  TO�� MANY BANKBN�� ACCOUNTS???  & . '    '   v. '    .        ���  * .��� ��  ���I-  4  !  ^//////////////////////////���/////^^^  CHECK  THE  CREDIT  UNION  ALL PURPOSE  \ DEPOSIT ACCOUNT  Interest paid  quarterly at 5% per annum on '  minimum  quarterly balances of  $100 or more-  Also available: ��  For Larger Amounts ($500 or more) One Year Term Deposits  Earn 6% \ .       ' >  SHARE ACCOUNTS ��� LIFE  INSURED ��� EARN  DIVIDENDS  Marksmen 7;|7  vSechelt Rod/and Gun Club's Third Cousins, Bud Fearnley, Chris Bla?ir  Annual Aggregate Shoot'award win- c.evic, Bob Jams and Chuck Mass'ey7  ners pictured from left, are: George All won awards in various categpriQS,  Play; Mrs. Lois Young standing in the grand aggregate Winers' l^fig  for. Mrs. Megan Moorcroft, Frank Gunnard Wigard 1st; George:��^  ���JorgeirsoTr,    eumrar^Wiprd,    Lou - 2mr~affd-Bob Janis 3rd:  Gunnar Wigard tops . . .  Sechelt Rod & Gun Club  presents nnnunl awards  ABOUT fifty members of the Sechelt  Rod and Gun Club attended the annual Awards Night held last Saturday,  Apiiil_8th in the Wilson Creek club  house.  Evening commenced with light refreshments, music and dancing. Awards  were presented at 11 p.m., followed by  a. mid-night smorgasbord. The newly  decorated club house added considerably  to the festive occasion.  Gunnar Wigard again proved his  ability as a inarksmar^-tek4ng first place-  Gibsons Athletic Association  iCCER DAY PROG  SMURDAY; APRIL 15th, 1972  _    RAIN OR SHINE    ���  Gibsons Elementary all-weather field  9:30 a.m.���Division 8��� Pintos vs Colts  9:45 a.m.���Division 8���Mustangs vs Winners (of above)  10:00 a.m.���Division 7���Nomads vs Girls Team  10:25 a.m.���Division 7���Douglas Flyers vs Girls Team  in the grand aggregate shoot. Second  place went to George Flay and Bob  Janis took third.  "First   in   the   trap   shoot   was   Frank''''  Jorgenson. Bob Janis second  and  Chuck  Massey third. '  George Flay came first in the large  bore rifle followed by Gunnar Wigard  and Chris Blariicevic third.  First in the .22 rifle shoot was Frank  Jorgenson,   second     Bud   Fearnley     and  third George Flay.   -GjEorge   Flay   also   took   first' in   the  11:05 a.m.���Division 7���Chessmen vs Kenmac Bombers  11:30 a.m.���Div. 5 & 6���Co-op Cougars - Caledonians & Ken's Vikings  12:15 p.m7���Division 5���Roberts Greek' tearm  12:35 p.m.���Presentation pf awards, trophies & crests  1:35 p.m.���Division 4���Super-Valu vs Visiting team  CONCESSION STAND IN OPERATION  Please Come and Support These Fine Youngsters,  King   Fisherman t  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club's fisher-    King Fish Trophy from.a previous'  This year's winning fish was a 28V2  man of the year is Mr. Dan Currie    trophy holder,  Mr. Harold Nelson:    pound spring,  pictured on the right accepting the . . '        " '  pistol shoot, Gunnar Wigard second and  Chris Blazicevie in third place.  Ladies .22 rifle -shoot was won by  Megan Moorcroft who was not present  to collect^ her award. Mrs. Lois Young  accepted  it  on  her  behalf.  C.I.L. trap crest was awarded Lou  Cousins and the C.I.L. gold shield went  to   Frank  Jorgenson.       .    ��  The Gus Crucil Trophy goes each  .year to the member who has been considered to have, made the greatest' contribution to the club. This is not restricted to any specific duty but involves any  number of activities,  This year's recipient of the award was  George Flay, past president, who was  taken by surprise for only a small committee is responsible for the decision and  their nomination is JkepV.secret right Tup.  to the actual presentation.  Spring king-fish trophy, an award for  the   member   who    catches    the   largest "  salmon   c[uring   the  year,   was   won  by  Dan Currie who landed a 28 Ms "'lb spring:  11'fi.Yftrra.Jnnk^  I?ic,lm',fi.,.^  PUzzles   at'   Miss   Bee's' "Card'  and   Gift  Shop,  HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE  BAHAl FAITH?  Phone 886-7355 or 885-9895  ?  JOHNSON  Outboard _  ^Salos & Seryice  OMC Parts and Accessories    ,  _, ��� 885r28.;i�����  Box 636  Sunshine Coast"Hwy,  ., Sechejt,'B.C,          SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that SDd'ce is limited arid some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  ��� *'���.''���. ^cannot alwiay?K.arry ftjll details.--  ������������<,  ���     ���   ��� ��� . V,   I %i;   .   , .���  ':   'Ij '.   ������! , .���.��� .   ������'  April 12���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  April 13���11 a.m.-l p.iri. Sechelt Legion Hall. St. John's U.C.W. Spring  Rummage and Bake Sqle.  April 1'3���8 p.m. Pender "Harbour Community Hall. Bingo.  April   14���11:30  pm. Association  for Mentally  Retarded,  Television  Bingo.    ,    'j   " " '     .    '       '  April  14���7:30 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall Sechelt. A.C.W. Family Games  ������, -r-Night.���->���  ,    ��� v.,.-....'. ,....���... -..<.., ,'. -,-...  April 14���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. BInao.  April   17���7:30  pm.  Sechelt Fire. Hall.  Sechelt  Fire  Protection  Dist  Election of trustees,  April 17���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons. O.A.P.O. Branch 38 Regular  ������ --Meeting, <����������� .���-,������,.���.��,..,����� ���,...,���.,..���.���.-��� , ,��� ->  .......  April 17���5 p.m.-8 p.m. St. Mary's Hospital. Blood Donor Clinic,  April 17���7 p.m. Garden Bay Hotel, Pender Harbour Chamber of Com-   7"'"." merv<JHiBliiriei";Mgettnn-^lnsfQHqtloni.''iriT''1: ���������'��� ;,-.''."... 7. y\i ^������.y-^'ry  April 17���7:30 p.m. Pender Harbour Legion Hall. Senior Citizens Mtg.  Apri| 19���7:30 p.rri. Sunday School Gibsons. Sechelt & Dlst. Retarded   ,���(.l!,Chlldren"s.,Meetlng..,,, .^7,7��777..,7-.h,7,..,,,, ,',.,., ...,,.������,,.. .���., ,  April 20���8 p.m. Sechelt Elementary, School, Single Parents Mtg.   -  Guest SpeaKerMr. Ted'Peters, 1,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  I Multiple   Listing   Sorvlco  Vancouver Real Estate  Board   ,  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 ., Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  Or call  Toll   Free  from  the  Greater Vancouver  Area  ZEnlth..202!       ��� . .     . ,  1    J^ftpy!n'ifcffJ.:*,iHj^.^*.7p*^��|.  m  Sportsman Awcird  Taken completely by surprise, Post  President of tho Sechelt and District  ^R'oil and'GuirClubrCieorgo-Flayac--"  copts lho Sportsman of, the Yonr  . Awnrd from Mr, Bud Fonrnloy pictured on tho right. Tho Gus-Crucil  Cup Is nwnrdod onch yonr io tho  most vnlunblo Club member. Tho  profibntntloii was made Saturday  ilurlnG/lho'Awprda Nlfilit.cQlnhrnUon .,  [| II |l| ��P *"*!  ''flftr1!   I "ll     '   ���   I   rillll     till1"!   Mil    111      I1|)|   ���  "fl*-1    MM'  1|M Ill  lll| II.I '.  ������nt-lhe-clwbnouB6-V(^BOiuCwoTt,.---��-iu.  WBUMMMWMiy��MWWMWM.��W��IWW��W��"''''"","W  PATIO GARDENS  DINING LOUNGE  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  WATER AUTHORITY  1971 ACCOUNTS  ^V6T<Jai*QTTicrf^  Ouo-^lo,���c:oiMro_of._HlQhrVQV    )A1,    1?L,  construction,   wo   will   bo   OPEN   to   lho  PUBLIC  ���<  Weekend*   (Friday,   Saturday  and    Sunday).  ,  PRIVATE'   PARTIES  JO    4,6    PERSONS  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,,  BY RESERVATION    '        '   '  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. 885ffi37  the Provlnclbl Collector has been,chqr��god from March 31st to  April 28th.* ., . .  ,          ..... ���, ,      ,,,.'..  All proporty ownorparo pdvlspd that If payment Is not made  tort htsrof f f ce~ fc��y7l 2*m f dday- Aprl 1728,-1972,-1 he-accountsnfrl I h bo-  fprwardGd*tontne,*ProYlnclql^  arrears and bear Interest at, tho current rate applied tb such taxes.  Sunshine Coast Regional District   pox 800, Socholt, D.C,  Charles F. Gooding  '. . i  ,..."., '., ,      '���'...'..'.'' ..'.'" ,,.,,.',.,'    '' .'Secretary  elp somebody back to Life  &!����(mM.^,**T#i*!����SI*��  ,.tti,am.i*li.i*<i*m***wt��t'Pi h.��h����u>��ishii-aIiUih��  ..,.,,,,���,    ��� !      fiC  tf ue��^W^Wt^WS^i��q��VWtt^(*S^ IWWWpHMW  w^'itumtinvfm m%M*����itmii>L' \* hwUl-bwhmm   ,' i  HMMlMia  __. ������������". I*   ll  m*m$$m^mm��m^uhim\\>mmmmmn'fnm%mmvm��.^m  rc a    7-*':;;.';. 7-q    BLOOD DONOR  T  Im4��  ST7"MARY'S���HOSPIT��L7^"SECHEn  Monday, April 17, 1972-5-8 p.m.  'i  ',  ''    '        '    '     i       ���      ',,     ,'' ��� i '    ''    '     ���     "','    ' ''      "i  Sponsored by Co-ordinating CouncilWomoriVAuxiflaiy to St.^ary> Hospital  ���iniiiiinmiin���wwiwiin   in   ��� ji  i*ntfmtvtmi-m  m$&*tmmim*km  ^mfmmmmit^mm^>^mmemmKf?mmmm^^  i  .��,���',���  wvnm ,^9^a9u.nefn��^Vif��9i'��i mnwiwij ,r mr**"in m^miiwnwi��'Jii  'I   i   , i  '       i7k.)       I  ,��    !  i.Ii" ��, i.    '     if.  ���mwi,*.fi)tt��|li^h\l'.l*"l^*l"��," "'!" ,   v '2  ��i  *���* Sechelt News Notes  , HAVE  a  card game  on  Saturday,  April  15th_to  aid" tl\e .'Sechelt  Auxiliary   to  ..St.  Mary's Hospital.-At a���baMe for four  play  18 hands of either Bridge or  crib-  bage, -6 -h a nda���w-H-h���eaeh���patH-per,   to l-af-  the   individual  scores   then  telephone   in  -4heN names.  Phone in number and score of each  player before 6 p.irKSunday April 16th  to cither Mrs. Dorothy 'McCallum at 885-  2844 or Mrs. Lily Dunlop 885-9840.  . .The charge is. 50c per player. Lots of  nice prizes have been donated by Auxiliary members for high, low and numerous hidden scores. For further information   and   bridge  rules   contact  Mrs.   Ada  'Da.vc 885-9537- or Mrs.  Faye Lewis  885-  !i0(i0.  IN   BRIEF _ ���      '    >  Miss Barbara- Beck has left St.-Mary's  Hospital 'and has7taken a position in the  TXIrHTli-wack * Hospital.      !'1  traveller"   _ -  Mrs. Zoe McCrea of Sechelt has returned home ^l'tcr live, months of travel  over Canada, with a trip'down to New  York State to see her only brother Mr.  and   Mrs.  Harvey   Conway.  Mrs.     McCrea's     cousins     the    Dave  CASH FOR GUNS  NYGREN SALES   GIBSONS   ���by  Peggy  Connor.  Church's in Hamilton made her very welcome,- arlso Mrs. Harry Eastman, taking.,  her on" many"trip's by car to Toronto and  back to Hamilton. Cousin Dave Church  -anti���w-i-fe���were���ee-leb ra t+n-g-���thew���50 t-h-  wedding anniversary at which she met  cousins  that  she  had   never  met   before.  Visited at Winipeg and Portage La  Prairie from there she was on her way  home. Just outside Edmonton the train  she was in could nol travel as this was  the time of the slide on the tracks where  three men were killed. Mrs. McCrea then  had to travel by plane to get home. A  wonderful trip for a wonderful lady who  has spent a gffeut- deal- of her life in  Sechelt.  BRipGE  PARTY  The   wind-up   Merry-go-round1  bridge'  party   was  held   April -7th  at  St.  Hilda's  church hall. This is the game run by the  Hospital   Auxiliary   for   Se.chelt: '���    '  Winners overall for the season were  Mis. Shaw and Mrs. Eades. Winners for  the evening were: first, Mrs. JaViet Duck-"  worth and second Mrs. Chris Ward. The  daffodil theme was on everything making it a very spring-like party. There  were 28 present and all fell that it had  been an enjoyable season of bridge playing.  SPORTS  The_ Sechelt Chief's and Renegades  fiacf'a busy weekend of soccer in Victoria,  games started at 8:30 in the morning  some   playing   2   or   3   times   a   day.   The  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT  SECRET  COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  A vail able  R.R.   1  AtFMOOWHrJA^T-Brlh���  se 885-9998  Chiefs lost tlie. "first' g a hie '"TJiT~ pen a lty  shots to Chilliwack. The second game 5  to 1 when the Chiefs beat the Renegades. The Sliammon Tigers beat the  Chiefs again on pe-K-ai-ty���points.   Chilliwack B won the tournament  which was all Indian. One of several  to 'be held this year7great get-togethers.  This last Saturday andoSunday were  very important for the Sechelt Chiefs  as   they   played   the   Greeks   at   a   home  MORE-ABvJUT..-.,  ��� District Forester outlines  ������-frxom  page  A<-1  . a height to .provide ^shade^ reduce sediment, restore the ifatural beauty, and  provide food for the li-sh, further patches  of timber will bte^ removed. When natural  regeneration is not achieved or imrriedi-  -���a^e-^t^ps���^tj^-pues&i^e .the oc,o.syii.t��iiL-arje  required,   planting  will   be  initiatec".  Further, in issuing cutting permits,  consideration i,s given to:  1. Proper planning, design, construction, use, and maintenance of ail logging  roads.  2. Harvesting practices which are-  designed t6 minimize .soil disturbances  and  other  water pollution  hazards.   3_.i��eeping slash burning to a., minimum, but recognizing that the area will  be used more and more by.1 the public as  roads are pushed -back. It is hoped that  increased utilization will., help to reduce  the amount of debris left after logging  and therefore reduce 'the amount of .slash  ��� disposal required.   ���  In acknowledgement of the aforementioned       considerations,       protective'  ..clauses similar to those on the attached  'sample are intended for inclusion in cutting permits in the watershed area.  I trust that this outline will serve to  familiarize you with the protective measures provided by the Forest Service for  the- preservation of the Chapman "Creek  watershed.  From, the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  AMONG the many problems facing us  today, perhaps one of the safddest is the  many broken homes. In some places it is  worse than others. For instance one city  in the United States had issued about  1600 marriage licenses during a certain  year, only to find that it had also granted  - the same number of divorces.  ���"Attractive prizes . . ,  B.C. Gbyernment sponsors  student "River Rat" scheme  Page A*��* ^ The Peninsula'Times  v    Wednesday, April 12, 1972  -TEliAVEL,   piizes_ of_ round.,.trips  to"  London and Mexico are-awaiting top four  winners   of   the   Provincial   Government  sponsored "British Columbia River Rats"  _project..' v   7  British Columbia secondary school  stuflcnts are eiigible to enter the contest  which is intended to dramatize the importance of some sixteen hundred small  rivers and creeks and- their contribution  of spawning salmpn of all species, both  for sports fishing and commercial fishing.  Many other prizes, will be awarded  in the contest Where the top 100 entrants  .will receive an attractive badge bearing"  the name "B.C. River Rats" and the motto "Cpntra Nando Incrementum" (Pro-  spcrity;by swimming against the stream).  It will afso feature a likeness of three  salfo'cn.  TO''QUALIFY  ���Working singly or in teams, students '  must each be Responsible for cleaning up  at least 1,000 feet of creek or river bank,  by removing such things as tin cans,  bottles, scrap metal, auto tires and such  - like. Debris must be disposed of in a  proper manner at a recognized garbage^.,  dump or other acceptable place or method.  The sTrearfT'or'���' "area""where this task  has been performed must be described  and identified in a hand drawn map  -attested to by the written guarantee  of: teacher of the student's school, adult  member of organized fish and game club,  an adult boy scout or Girl Guide leader,  md-officer, "of -the local branch o| SPFiC  transistor radio and flotation type quilted  jackets..  Winners   of   the   top   four   prizes   will'  be   invited   to   present   a   written   report  of their experiences to  the- Legislature's  Select "Standing  Committee   on  Forestry"  and  Fisheries.  TREMENDOUS  Minister without Portfolio" and local  MLA Isabel Dawson expresses the hope  that all secondary schools partiqiRj#:e in  the "River Rat" program which  is   tremendous.   '*  Them arev numerous creek  in   this   area   ^vhich     supp  spawning   salmon   or   ste.  which   make   local   studen  enter the contest and at  contribute   towards   the~/c'on  British  Columbia's  fisheries.  Single parents plan  series of activities  INTERESTING   program^. . and   activities are being planned  by  the single  parents of the Sechelt Peninsula.^  Activities   are"Tpl<inned   to   meet     the  needs of parents and the young people in  single   parent   homes.  This coming week on Thursday, April  20th at 8 p.m., a meeting is arranged  and Mr. Ted Peters has accepted the  invitation  to be  guest speaker.  Watch  jRepairing  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  It's Leap Year  WELCH'S  chocolates  a:  ���r  ^OB%  Waterproof .  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt,  B.C. 885-2421  j* fo.  wtiiMfftfmajwtfiitiiititiMMifiitA  _l 5  $ a vce l!>  Mr; Peters  will explain  several  acts    ^  I  |     CHAIN SAWS  AXES  GAS CANS  AXE HANDLES  game  and With  a score  of  Sunday--they-  went  to  Vancouver.  These games will give them either  a second or 3rd and could move them up  to  4t.h   Division.  VARIETY NIGHT  Beat Your Feet  To The Tune Of The  Pender Harbour Band  APRIL 21st - 8 p.m.  -fender Harbour Secojndgry_  School..   -   .  Admission  Tins is ' a tragic stale of affairs be-  cause marriage is a-- seeped institution.  Marriage vows^re a serious committment, and we are responsible to God who  ordained marriage and the family unit.  All members of the family have a part to  play. Scripture sets forth very clearly the  family relation. "Wives, be subject to your  husbands, as is fitting in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives, and do .not be  harsh with them. Children, obey your  parents in everything, for this pleases the  Lord."  The  Bible  has mush' more to say  on  trkp subject,  but I will -leave  it to you  lo examine the scriptures  regarding this,  tsut ii~your home, your marriage _?nut  happy 1 urge you not to give up trying. ������  It  can   work.   Christ  will  make  the  dif-ij  ference.  He  must i3e  the  head  of  your*  .home.     ���-���'."  or   Sierra  Club,   any   other  adult  recog- which   affect   single   parents   and   their  nized   as   being   knowledgeable   and   ex- children.,.A  discussion  will  follow,  perienced  with  relation  to  such  a  ven- Refreshments, will, be served  and  all  ture-  ���                                 " single parents of minor children are very  A written history and/or brief of 500- welcome  to  attend.  1,000 words describing the nature of the   stream   and   other   data,   together   with  a report of what the student feels should-"  be done to conserve the potential salmon  JJQOgEY���HAZARD  Consumer's     Association     of   Canada  WEDGES  LIFE JACKETS  BOAT CUSHIONS  BOAT BUMPERS  or   steelhead   population,   should   accom-     Points -out that mouth guards are mand-  pany the submission.  . jjg^j^jjj ��   Project and written submission should  be completed and approved and mailed  to: Department of Recreation and Conservation, Attention: Mr. John Buckley,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., not  later than. June 3Qth��� 1972.  Honorary   Patron   of   the   contest   is  Premier  W.  A.  C.  Bennett.  Judges  are:  author. and conservationist Roderick Haig  Brown,   Mr.   Howard   English,   President  ~of���VTc��rjrrra~-Fish  and" -Game���Ass-i  afory , in most minor hockey  leagues  to-  .day,. The _besttype_fitsH|inside_the,mouth.,.  I  S  I  LORD JIM'S LODGE  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Heated Swimming  Pool  ..._... saunas, Boat House  |  I  I  SKIIS  sportsman Mr. Lee Straight;.  -.   Besides  the top prizes of found  awarded   by  Air  Canada  and   Canadian  Pacific   Airlines,   there   are   prizes.  Hffft/tlfffffFtt/lflfFt/ttt/tfFfJIttff/rti*     >*iittMgiliiMitiii��Mttiiti��iiifMiJS  DON'T DELAY  SEE US  TODAY  mm saw mm  ie���Streetv-Sechelt-  Phone 885-9626  ,'  ,     ; ',-   ���;"(,,���.%'  ���  �����  I        I  COFFEE   j^bob/1 ib.'*7................'....���  COFFEE MATE campion, no*.  "iiii ill  ' U���  FLOUR  Five  Rosas  ..  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';'i -   ' "    '     7    '       ''  i'     ' ', ' i   ' I       i     ..'".:  ^,,��w��Kuft*i!M.^'nrrT',,fr 7i,'v,',.�����i*^ti.w��,M7i:*.7i ,,,7,?,,*/. ^^i���yi7y,y':yif,'';,''m'mu   i, ��� f 7, ,.;.,,,,,;'.7," ;"7"^ "<'??'r\  i    ^    ,   I    r ��l ������     ���   I  1        , V'��. 11' \   l      ��� ��  1- ,  ,,,n7,t.^v^������w^,,|l -'***,!*  fliHI    Hi ^i'j^ fLi(i   i.    jl  ,   ��M ( ( __&>___[  wv  Sechelt TOPS Club  officer installation  INSTALLATION of officers and birthday  party for Sechelt TOPs Clul\was held  March ,29th  at  t"He~~Whjspering  Pines  in  Sechelt. '  iHie mew leader is Mrs. Joyt^Smith,  co-leader is Mrs. Josie Wheeler, sectary  Mrs.  Barbara sfiumphrey,  treasurer Mrs.  \  Lynn   Simpson,   weight     recorder   Mrs.  Kay Nelson.  TOPS Queen Mrs. Evelyn McKinnon  was crowned by Margaret Potter \and  presented with rosebuds in a vase and  a   charm   for   her   bracelet.  Club Queen Mrs. Mildred Swain was   .  crowned by Mrs. Josie Wheeler and also  presented   with   a   gift.  The tables .were beautifully decorated with daffodils. The big pasteboards.  cake held three candles, one for each  year. A candle was lit for continuity  and installing officers'were pledged in,  eacji  lighting a candle.  Meetings are held, in the board room  at- St. Mary's Hospital instead of the  Region Hall, everv Wednesday at 12:30.  Evening classes will soon be getting  underway with quite a few interested. If  you require more information phone  Mrs. Wendy  Steele, 885-9798.  The ladies in the daytime TOPS have  lost so much weight they have lots of  room  for  more  members.  Centennial 71 Grants  June 1 for jinaj claim  TheP  A  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, ApriP 127 1972  v_Jut___f. J_'_4 ���'   i..     J*  J-J  r  _.-j ������  f ������': - "f --*  JUNE first has been set as the final date  for   applications   for   outstanding   por-  tinng   nf  fpHpral.   anil   prnvinrjal   grants   to-  ward local Centennial '71 Commemorative  Projects. Such applications signify completion of the7project.  "Approximately 330 local committees ���  have completed projects to a total value  of. about seven million dollars," L. J.  Wallace, general chairman of the British  Cnlnmhia Centennial '71 Committee an-  nounced, "with about 40 still to be completed."  Projects  were  to  have  been  finished  ..by .the.end. ,of,..l,971,^  were   granted   in   cases     where   project  completion was delayed for a valid reason such as winter weather conditions.  Local Committee chairmen, in the communities concerned have been informed . ���  of the cut off date by registered .mail.  ... At stake is the. outstanding ^.pprtion.A,.  of the dollar per capita Commemorative  Project grant, based on local population  figures, from berth the federal and provincial governments. Local committees  must add not less than 60 cents per capita.  ������-We~idW4-wish~4x>-.. d epriv^_any. community of any grant money," Mr. Wallace  said, "but we can't keep our Centennial  '71 books open indefinitely. The federal  .and provincial authorities mutually agreed, on the June first deadline as being  reasonable."  fl-v  '  Hydro issues warning  keep from powerlines  .YOl'-NGSTERS who fly kites near electric--powerlines are inviting tragedy.  Recently a^ Lower Mainland man was  killed, apparently while using a long  t'o'e in an attempt to free a kite that  had become tangled with a powerline.  "Never try to remove a kite from a  powerline!, transmission- tower.. or ..pole,"  warns J. V. Milburn, manager of B.C.  Hydro's safety engineering department.  "Only experienced linemen haye the  knowledge and equipment to work near  high voltage lines in safety.  "A damp or metallic cord attached  to a kit also may act as "an electrical  conductor if it brushes a powerline," Mr.  Milburn points out. "So play safe���stay  well away from these lines."  Each year kites  cross  powerlines,  often  causing widespread  power   interruptions   ancj   inconvenience   to   the   public,  as well as danger to the youngsters flying  them.    . ���.  B.C. Hydro urges all parents to cut  out the following Kite Flyers' Code, and  make sure their children understand it  and follow it to the letter.  1. Fly kites only in an open field or  park, well away from powerlines,  transmission towers and poles.  2. Use perfectly dry s-tring, never wire  or metallic string.         ." ' "  3. Never  try   to   remove   a  kite   if   one  . catches on a powerline, tower or pole.  Release the cord immediately.  4. Don't use anv metal in making a kite.  5. Don't fly a kite on or near a road or  highway.  ~6r  FLOATER JACKETS         .   . w��  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  ,7;c3t ._ .:iria  ���>U4   U'St,   '  -Vancouver  ��� v ���  ^���aphic  Industries  i', e r v:  J  ce  vp_________maL  _________���  mom  C'.i.c'.o <* 0 (������t.vtVf'��"���'">�� . l.t-'iM'P f 6  m___u_____t.  The  BEACH GARDENS RESORT  to be  "Never 'fly  weather.  Have fim-  a'kite-to' wet  or  safety rules!  -but  always remember tho  American crocodile seen  at  the Vancouver Aquarium had over .Ihree pounds -  of   coins,  'rocks   and   marbles   removed  from its stomach surgically. These items  -ATOP  by  visitors.  I  REFRESHMENTS  Admission Men $1  - Ladies take  Box Lunch  f  nol fei ...     .     , . . . - ItSfc  *BMBBBBBBBB0BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB0BBBBBBBBBBKBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBMMBBMBBBBMB___\  MffmjjrfAVjfmoFf^  Sechelt group  J4M.iL..ste^^  /LRWWmt^ and Guldfs  reports show ,'g^'4F!P^i^9:  A ' V   ' '    ' '   '" '   ' ���    I'i" " '    ' -���'"���' ���    [ ' ;' ..  JiECHELT ,K^ Ja��tapa^:J^  *"   held' its' April meeiihg at the; home,   SVjgbuiri) "'"Vy 'l-'^l'^yr-yy^il^y  of Mrs. Charlotte Jackson, Wilson Creek.     7 The next meeting will be -heid at the  There were eight members present with    liome, of mW; Mary Flay  (if  the  stork  ��� one, guest  Mi;s. y_vonne  Manton. from   4b^^  Half moon -Bay.7 ��� - ,, ,, , ��������������������� w^^^tiy^1 month:.  1st   Sechelt' Godmother  Mrs.   "Lynn    ���__________[ _._.:.. :..'���_>....-  ���        ���  ��� -   .Jorgensen .reported the .��� .Bro\ynies,,,hadi a. i;���  J'i?t^'rHrip^y un Joy Bx:::;:  oh the Sunshine Coast  despite the raw, wind and. rain',  Forty,  .^..Jpyjfi.^   "ofTfto^woBiT pf tlie" girls"earning"badge's���  was. started by last year's leaders. Keep-   ,  ing the girls interested and trying this  year  they  have   gone   right  ahead  and -'  ���   wqFJwd.Jfi��6.e^  -have made 30 stuffed animals and 20 pillows fpr the tea table sale on Juno 3,  "'''���'"''"���"  1st Sechelt Giildes had'Mrs.' PUnfortlr "  teaching them Ma.ci.amc, .Mr, Qprdon Wall   was  a visiting flroman ��� and gave  them  i\ Calli on~ITrc sTTfoTy "nnirTFovonflon,  Mrs, Diane Bonner ancl Mrs. Donalda  Sigowln , look the girls on a" hike dwvlng'  -which'���-thoy,������,bushed /outi a trail to camp  pn Uic, property so kindly made availablo by tho Stock-walls i\\ Porpoise Bay.  '."."he Hungers have 7 girls enjoying the  sessions, "  ���   Rally will  ho hold on lho Sunshine  Const  whon   300' Guilders   from   Powell  . ,71iiyar';::w'lU Yislt; tho nrarijMny. !i7th ,'und..v',.  "������mw 7 ���    ��� ��� y"!   ��� ��� '"���' ���  ' ������' Division"��� mooting  hold  at Naramatu  ,,;,.,,....won .nttundod, l)y,,Guldor ,Mi's,���Dpnnldue,  Slcuniln   who   found   lho   sessions   Jong  |)ut mosl^ Intorestlng,  .^���ttt:;.*.  i.|,M'  '   SUNSHINE COAST  i i i  ��?e~^t NofDCE OF; PUBLBC  '���/��� /  AMENDMENT TO  , ���    i ,  ������   ��� '  ���'���������'  , "i,i      .'  ; ,RURSUA|ST TQ $.703 of,tho,Municipal Act,,a public hearing will be hold.al 7;30 P.M,,  '.',���,��Tuesday, April 25, 1972 at the Regional District Offices, Davis Bay, to consider Bylaws  !''��^35(6)r 35(7); and,35(8)~by|awstp"amend'the.l Sunshine Coast Regional District-Zoning-  p  pylaw No, 35���1970, All persons who doom tholr Interest- In proporty affected by the  '' prbposod by-law shall bo/afforded an opportunity to bo hoqrd on mattors contained  -|n"'th'0"l3yla'W57" ���-*���; j���    ��� .���  The Council of the Village of Sechelt and the Villpge of -.0j|fcl!^  Chamber of Corrtmerce pf each Wea are spononng the 797^76/eari-up and paint-  up week commencing April 16th. ���>.'������'  Air residents and businessmen are urged totake prideir) theiicommunity and to   co-opeHfe"6y''c/eani"H  '':'"!'":"!  ^J^rigemer^draveheQmm  Service for a Special Extra pickup (in addition to his regular service) in each of the  Villaaes cif the Safe^ ana1 ffmes s  .���I-   ho.��.��n...ai!oiLj|nooUn^^Jditonded_.byi.���Mrfl.l..,  |<>AMI>*<W-^��lit<��M^    t  I WMMWHMWMMMWMMWMHUWUWWiniUWVMMWVniWtniWWWWnm  MIGHTY MITES  i Classified AdBrlofs reqeh mora th'an  2,500 homes.every,week.7 ' '  -Use*"'them ^for*r*5teady,'"-"low-ci3St  qdYortlslngtpftalk to ] 0,000 people (���  THE TIMES  j 005.9654 (Socholt)       006.7244 'GlbionO !  A. Tho Intont of Bylaw 35 (6)'  ,';;'���' 'h To rezono Lot A, Blk, 1, 2, bX,. 689, Grp.'l, N,W,P,, Plan 13577 (Hwy, 101  1 '     '''    at Payne'Road) from Industrial I- to Commercial1 1  Tho Infant of Bylaw 35 (7)  .. ,' '  ,'1��� Torozonopartof D,L; 1556, Grp. 1,N,W,D, -   ,  '  (On tho Tunanok Raqd) from Rural Holding io Residential II  2, Tp r'ozono Lpl 15, Blk, 8, D,L, 1356, Grp. 1, N,W,D,  :>      ;;'��� (On Davis Bay Road) Plan'8666 From Rosklonllal.I 10 Roj-ldonllal ||.  V*������ff;,''!''^.'".1'3''.''��� To'Vojsono tho'^nsuliiilvldocl'portion'oif''D'.C. 1356,'Gfp,' 1, N.W.D.     '    ' '  I,,   f (Dayls Bay) from Rosld^nllal II \o Residential I  3,fipii'"Tho-lntpnt'of-BylQW-35-(B> <��� ������ ���.,-.* ��� .,v.,.���,.......,,-..,.��� , ::r:::::r:T:::, ...r;   7/;      l.To rowno Blocks 7 and 8, D,L, |427, Grp, I, N,W,D, Plan 7*134   ;"��� (Cooper's Groon on BodroollB Road) from Commorclal || 10 RaaUlontla|;|    ..',.   2, To?o^onoI^27Blo^3^^3T0TGrpn7H^  ALL   REFUSE   FOR   THE   SPECIAL PICKUP MUST BE SET OUT  BY  NOON  ON  THE   DATE  ARRANGED FOR EACH VILLAGE  f^,,^*,w",.,i  ,,      |U |U^VIIU iu,U|  *,,   wiwuin w,  wm,   l��J IV,  UIU,    I,  1-1, J,IUWr."..F..M||TUv  "���'7<Cj)^osn 0" WaRaf laid Innif romRoaidonl lal I 'i'orCommorclal 11 ���  TAKG..NOTICE that the above Is a synopsis of three Bylaw��,thai may ho Inspuclotl al  lho Regional District Office, Davis Bay, at lho limes IniJIcalod, namoly Monday lo"  Friday, &{3p A,Mrtos12!30P1M,"qnd'; liOO P,Mr lov|!00P,M70nd?tha'synopsis Is not  doomed to bo an Inlorprotallon of Ihoso Bylaws, * '  '   ������   ' ���' ,r  m Sunshlno Coast Roglonal District  ," Box 800, Socholt, B,C, ' ' ' '*   ,  Q85-283B ,  C, F. GOODING  ,    Secretary  Sechell Village  Friday Afternoon  April 21st,.  Mayor  Ben Lang  Village of Socholt  , President  Chamber of Commorco  I  Gibsons Village  Saturday Afternoon  April, 22nd  Mayor  Walter Peterson.  Village of Gibsons  _     President  r^Mf&dM^Blqhey'  Chambor of ..Commerce  \&$*M  LET'SWORK  W��WlifIhta��((w4il(n.*nf��wHn  I TOGETHER!  I  'MM l,i  M  j  i<,       >\U>\  f*       1    (I,       !    .   i.  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' ' ' 17> , 11 /  , '      ,' '' / i   i  i'   '   .,    ���  " '-*���.'.'   '*l\ ��'"�����"< t��- <���',<,' ���' n ,if,v"tin<,a;t"t<'��"-'  ������   ��� ;��� vi.   (��������� ,- . �����-'.-. ���   * ..       ,,</l,M>����mitV,M��'^*JH*tewv��W*t>iA^.w��<<��*>**��^>M��irt��.iw.i,i-.iv  f,r>i . rl, k.w��n>h, in   ��t  II '        , , , , ' ,  imrflii.,,    11,    ,ur ,   ���    , ,,,,,, 11       ' ,   I. ]  '���'���    7  \l-,    ���   /..Ir  |H|   i*      '  ��"'7��*,nfe'i  11  , *. ���>����n<)n,|il,,{.  t  f2.:     . \ \  t  ���\\  v <  M^F-Vei^4mce-���-  packs Legion half  ���by\ Adam McBride.  HAVING taken part in the open house  dance held at Roberts Creek Legion  hall recently, I- muat \say --it was one of.  lhe wildest nights I'\can remember for  sonic lime. There se"ems to he' a real  n��ed for an old-time friendly gel Idgother  ami if ever there was an answer to lhe  nerd,   these   open - hon.se   dances   are   the.  thing.       ���'  *      '.'������'.���  After' finally lnanng'ing to got into the  httll.I found quite u Cow people simply  could" not find a soa'. Thisv probably accounted for the finding of several badly  trampled bodies on the, floor at closing  time.  The ceremonies opened with the  grand march led .by .Pipers Tommy Richardson and Gordon Webb. Due to- a misunderstanding they��� - played different  ���tunes in different keys. The effect on the  crowd was stunning. As there was no  drum section Bob Watson was asked to  thump his head on the bar, which gave  a rather hollow hut pleasing marching  rhythm. .  Apparently the Hammond organ music-  was commented upon. Several people  said' they had never heard anything like  it. Quite a few people complained that  the organ "music was a little too quiet  but this was remedied when it was found  the organ had not been plugged-ip.  This coming Saturday, April 15, is the  charter installation dance for this bunch.,  and as there are over 80 members now  I suggest you get down there early as  the  advertisemens  says.  Pqigg-B^-  -Thr-Peninsula Timer  fw6mdwrApfn^%~\9t2r  qgax__e_________m____^^  w________wa  BBKv  V\  TO RAY AND LEN COATES  Oil their take-over of  \\  ^  PENINSULA PLUMBING  SUPPLIES LTD.  WE  WISH  THEM EVERY SUCCESS  IN  THEIR NEW  VENTURE  EWART McMYNN REALTY  GIBSONS, B.C.  Have you .seen   lhe  ro lor full. ^Hostess-  Aprons from Finland at Miss Bee's Card  and  Gift Shop?  i__i.  BQ&dfi3K,ix��:aK5&" ^^s  Wa i t i ng, Jot   the_ On si aught  Easter  Eggs  now "'aistfTButed,  the    onslaught   of  hunters   who   will   no.  :' Chamber of Commerce Easter Bun-    doubt make short work of the hid-  ny and his helpers now wait for the    den treasures.  naaqpaBBBBBB  wv__nmimwvkmmmw9mmm^9m,_f___f_v_n_n^  DIIJJA  dig  that  bumper  sticker  on  the     Langdale and Horseshoe Bay? Seriously,  h^fif of thP ramppr ihai rc\\_ around���welue���tried  them, all .a.pd.-yflii.'-.]iay��L-iQ.-.  DID YOU KNOWT  C7     /  eten 6 ^/adhiond  CARRIES  WRANGLER  JEANS & SLIMS  Gibsons - 886-9941    .  MM  ARE YOU  UNEMPLOYED?  Visit IBPS Port Mellon  Local 297 office  Wed. 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Bring your unemployment problems;  we may be able to help you. You can  also register for jobs.       ~>.  tore Ltd  STARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 13  TO SATURDAY, APRIL 22  2 for One plus V  GIBSONS  886-2234  WATCH  FOR OUR FLYER  IN THE MAIL!  SUNNYCREST PLAZA DRUGS  886-2726  v  SECHELT  885-2238  town  frequently.  It reads,; "T  am  not  a give   these   guys ��� and   gals   credit���they  dirty  old   man.  1'rru justn&'vSjexy  senior. do their best to keep a demanding public  citizen."   If   you   don't   believe   it   look happy.  Some  of  those  sourpusses  we've  around   the   vicinity     of   the   Dogwood encountered  on  the  Nanaimo  to  Horse-  ��afe���-same   camper     is   usually   parked shoe Bay run woulcl be much better off  around  there. ( in Key West, Florida. Taming alligators,  Rumors have been flying about..alder-^ .that is. -.7 7/' "-  man Jerry Dixon's packing it in and leaVi^ '���,���>���'-'���.���       v'-      >     ..     .-���     -,  ���mg^s^^xrr^K^-wm Peterson���TTnR&rCKurSm. women  said he had received nothing from Jerry  so far.  So���what  better  place to get  in- fO fZO/u  thank Offering  formation first hand than from the bar- THE United church Women will be.hold-  bering town daddy himself. We lost our ing lh6ir annual Thankoffefing lunch-  ,    ong locks in the process but the council- eon on Pl,id       A rlJ H at the Christian  lor said he had been considering moVmg * Educalion Centre, When ladies from other  to Prince  George,  but   it   looks ��� like   he churches are invited to attend,  will stay with us now.    . . Mrs   Nv Moore( whb is convening lhe  And wouldn't It be nice living in the p'r0grarn, announced that the guest speak-  kind of world in which Bob Hope could er Wn, be Peter Davis, who 'Works out .  spend Christmas at home? from   First. United   Church,   Gow�����*nd_  And isn't this-u  nico thing wo have i. Hastings,   Vancouver.   His���topic "vyill   be  going between the school board and the the   Street   Clinic,   which   has. been   his  teachers'  association,  Surely  w��  enn  all project  in Gastown  for about one year. .  ! B��t' hTggtliui'-'bn mmiii   iibulrul���mtnrlliiK- it Wa:s'sifti'ied1^  ground   und   got  this   little   feud   settled is nc)W a  family clinic,  once ancl for all. Tn|K  |uncheon  provides an  enjoyable  '    ';;  Fov those who have been under the \\^ 67 fellowship, u real ecumenical"geC"  .    impression   that  studded   tiros  must: bo������fogothor. It is hoped  that Miss Colleen  removed   as  oi   April   1.  apparently  the Johnson will bo In charge of Iho clevol-  date for our local highways la April 30, j0nals :  according   to   tho  Gibsons  RCMP,  U         ' '. ,  ,,,.,,,,,���,,.,w.,, ���Ancl,nv*GlbROiirilt(MltcM,*,of"n~livoly*fil>t"''  yew-old ��� tells it this way. She met hor     nmblj.loi.tH youngster, ��a  ho .wns jotting  of tho school bus und asked, ','how was  your school clay?"  "Mom," ho replied���'Modny--our-tonch��  CAMPING AND HIKING  EQUIPMENT  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  .  Jiiii.    �� J  w   i*"  ���7-  i  I  fi.iy,^��fl*^&"kn if.ipi^piJi,,  ii-ii^ I'lXHiei^:) l'f^ up (*At#*. ��|  i.!^w,^tr,5[ M li&h/fe Jv^ HKssi Al M(?~>i* Hk*����W ^ti^Wf *.Wl* tfi'tW tS.f ����� Ji- lneir4r^*v^f*-��iwi*��t'��f **iv��"��Tt*i: *  or asked mo who!hor 1 had any hrolhen.  or sinters, and 1 Wild  hor I was un only  child;"  ��    "And' what, did -she sny; dour," .       '  "Sho suid, 'Thank goodness',"  Our  onlnuiiH' I'or  thu  King  Nopluno  1 contest - In -conjunction    with   tho   Son  CiTvidoiulo ii'i'o nddlii/i'up, Add Ted SI mm,  John Hlggs, Davo Keniwl," liobhy Kmor-  son, Gordlo Day, Chnrllo Mandolluui and  .Pon MeNotl..to the-IIhI of voluitlcers,  And  whom In B,C, enn you  find  n  nlcor   group   of   forrics   uinployoon   Hum  ,})}wy.  tliru   w()i;k our own  I'liu, hetvvoon  MISS BE^S  CARP & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt - 085.9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutt�� cardi ond wrappings,  Flna English china cupt) and uaucors,  P6utlqno ��� Item*,  local artl��rs palntlngi.  ^WWW,M*WflW��aWWW����  JX.  mwmm^mmimm  PANQNG     ,  a&tip&i  V-1  ijj*(<it^*TO(*ji��i*��v*r��Ta!tw��iflw  9:30, p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  h "   '  Danco to tlie  WCIWflWuBIHllUWllWW" snWyHi^Whit^^^jsi^^^aiff,^^^  PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 13 TO 15.  i ,<>,���  tiuAi*iii*ii^^ II  WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, APRIL 17  ^bfl<Ll.3JJ&ii^,i..|J.^!LlIU^&li������^ "   "ll^saHi      t&Att ^iBJ^Sjjifj^itrtiitojLl^ \,i_i_t'*riw_______. ������MiBniMI  FOR INVENTORY  .'���-  "7  smmmw  APRIITIS"  to  Join The Fun  '"I'I  il��|iY(i��4#��>)ii|#|l*)��Hri��iiH| ^fcV^-^��Wnt^^|��Mi��*(���iii**w^  ^-a^'tTm^^i'r^^>i.ifv^��mi��ii>i^i*.j. >  wmt*im4ri?��m>iw& w^ w��*^-*����*t��*#* *  M.'-M'  P|N��LiK0||L  Highway 101 ,','..''. "  cWor Charge .,'...       886-2472  iwny  ���.    *    v    (<      ,v ; , <.-  , i  ' ,^^^"^'1    ,  fmwmM99mummmmmmmm^mfkm_%n__rwf^^  mww��#��wwfii^^  - J ���  "    -- ' -���"      ~     U&wiim)mii9%mM#mi4ifib  ����i��l��fi**(irt>��t *** "n wh i��iwi>|i.i mff^t��w  w ������������������������ ���  l| i^��).A��irfwiA����h'WWW (MSt��mt^P��MiHtW^"m������it(iW^  III  {..  VWi  r^_  Phorie 886 2522  .^     4  ���wiwi^,      ,. i, ml n  ,'u    i iv "i ;," '""i'i!;���i, *.,!-, ,  ,   . ,     i    ��     ,,    ,(,.,��,      ',' 1. 7,,  ill    ,IM  |IM    (*|  ...nC-  "nf I  ' '' '   (' ��� 7 . ,' iW,  ���      PtlK    (("   ^utM-J.^WM^ 'l     I        fp '       \      i      �� ,^1^.1*  I  S"i  fn  ili|i."��i<  ..Jl,*'!!!,,'"  .*�����(   l' 4,1,1 A.  ', ��     i.'i.i, pm,"  il '  i>    </<'*,  ,i,ji .7', ,, 'i('.���.!( i'i,',,'. ,',,,,\,t .1^^,11"'"';  -      ,  ���      "      ,      ,        ..  i '"',' ������    '  .                 ''���    1,   ,     ' ���  l'" '  ' ."     ,   ,1      7  ���||  .#H.��|,i1, \^'l    ���<    'I  I   'll*  ���'',   , \!     ,,i', ,    '7 i'i 1 "'    '���-'' ��� -1  M '*  uii.,11, ��(i,,>,p��,ie,T;,,..,,'iif  ';'"''ww  ''li..l.,��.'.M!.'l  ��  ('-,," -  -y  ���������tejii--   _.  l8fw*N  "W"  Wednesday, April 12, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  ����J��W^>|l^J��*^^F|��JF��^^��JW^��^^y^^  ^kW^MMfmi&M  MASKS ��� FINS  SNORKELS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  JL  .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiint.  xForest industries . . .  The   Scramble   Is   On  The  younger   set  were   offered  an    Gibsons and District    Chamber    ot   eggs, but in no time at all the area  area qi the^r own to find Easter Eggs  , Commerce's annual hunt.  It . o o k    was cleaned out. ���  on Sunday of last wfeek during the    most, of the morning to distribute the  Offering $1,000 reward  for iogr^epuipment thef t  h --'  ^      y^ fiSHr. - . r���- .  *iH��l&     " ''"tfrtl" ���,-'���1':'-v  . tt'    7" '  ���'*���"*!��� >     il   '-"  i-��::^77'777j.^';.:'-'7^  _ms____i ��� -������ ."#.<&>&. '-S-: -*���->���.: iV.i*tlt". -. :..-.'.       . -��� ;, <>\.  The Signal Is Given  At 2 p.m. the go-ahead signal was-   eggs were left behind at the sunshine  given   and  it  was  a  dash  to  find    Coast Trailer Court, but the way the  Easter Jpggs    during    the  Gibsons . youngsters  combed  the area,  it is  Chambers   annual  hunt  on. Sunday, very doubtful,  of last week. It is not known if any '' f: ..    7 ��� ������������  Si.-Mary's Auxiliary  to hold blood clinic  THE COUNCIL of the Forest Industrie$  of B.C. is offering to pay a reward of  up to $1,000 to persons other than employees of the council for acts or information leading to the apprehension  and conviction of a person or persons for  stealing or conspiring to steal logs or  log booming equipment in the province  of British Columbia. ���  The above offer is made subject to  the condition fhjfi. the council retains the  right to deterrn^jc and apportion the  amount of any reward it may grant.  All claims for a reward should be  made in writing to the security man-,  ager, council of the Forest Industries,  within 60 days after the date- of the  conviction   in   respect  of   which   the   re-  Hospital Auxiliary  ready for smorgasbord  GIBSONS Auxiliary  to St. Mary's  Hos-  monthly meeting in GirJ^"  ���    sons   Health     Center,   April   5,   with  President Dooley Mason in the chair.    ���  Amy  Blain  submitted  her  treasurer's  ward   is   claimed.  Any. person ih possession of any information in regard to thefts of logs or  log booming gear should communicate  Immediately with either the security  manager, Council of the Forest" Industries  (684-0211) or the RCMP log theft section   (666-3813)   or   local  RCMP.  The offering of the.reward was announced by the Vancouver office of the  council  last  month.  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  *  *  *     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT   ���'  Ph. 886-2280  report indicating a healthy start for 1972. "  Flo   Robertson,   Elsie 'Willis,   Dooley  Mason and Amy Blain submitted reports  indicating  effective  attention  to  the  departments   which.,   they     chair���Sechelt  THE co-ordinating council for the auxili-     ThJ.lii   ShoP-   Hospital   Volunteers,   Co-  avies  to  St.  Mary's  Hospital- held  its    oniinating^   Council    respectively.    Amy  monthly   meeting   March   28,   at   which    ��!al"  a��fln   rePorted  on  Gibsons   Mini-  time   preparations   were   made   for   the    Thnft ShoP��� and  expressed  a  hope  that..  Red Cross blood donor clinic to be held    more misceUaneous items, such as china,  -Monday,-April 17 from 5" p.m. to 8 p:m:    ^[f^Tl c^a���.^,___Quh_y___  _at.^M^?9?I*ilaL    - ._ ^    Caddie~Davis, reported -that   eleven  The   volunteers   are   now   busy   with     tables had beer?filled at the last monthly  the new extended care department visit-     bridge,   door   prize   being   won   by   Roy  ing and helping with the handicrafts. A    Taylor.   Vi   and   Harry   Harris   won   1st  St. Patricks Day party was held for the     prize  and  2nd  prize  was  taken  by Jim  patients  and   was   greatly   enjoyed. Weir   and   George   Mathews.   The   next  The council voted $200 for occupation-     bridge   will  be  held  in   Gibsons  Health  - al therapy supplies, vfor the extended care   ;-Center, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. "  department.   Mrs.   C.   Connor   has   been   ,      Plans  were  completed  for. the  spring  appointed    volunteer    director    for    the   , smorgasbord   and   dance   to   be   held   on  auxiliaries. 'Arjril 22 at Gibsons Legion Hall. Maryke  After   adjournment,   D.   W.   Mitchell,     Crosby,   convenor*  and   her   co-convenor,  regional director of tke-B^djCnj-ss-SocJ-ety.���&Loua-Xy-i��&r--h*ve^a}TOT  GIBSONS MA  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Box 397 Phone 886-7411  a,  COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS  a  TOM  SHELDON,  LICENSED  MECHANIC  NOW ON DUTY FOR ALL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  ��� OIL CHANGES, ETC.       "~  ��� HEAVY DOTY MECHANIC  ���ENGINE REPAIRS  ���.TUNE-UPS, ETC.  JiilMTCOIfS  TO  ^showed pictures and spoke-on the valu- hand   for   this   very  popuiar  event.   Get'  "able work  done by  the  Red  Cross.  The your   tickets   early   from   Dooley   Mason  blood bank is only one of the many ser-' or  a  member  of  the  Auxiliary.   Tickets  vices which they  offet  the communities. are  limited.     -  Mr.   Mitchell  hopes, that- a  campaign . The   ne*t   meeting   of   the   Auxiliary  for funds for this work might be started ���m be he|ld on May 3, at the Gibsons.  by   some   individual   or   organization   on Health Center at 1:45 p.m. New members  the. Sunshine ,Coast. ������ .                       .   ,, are always very  welcome. .  -'' 7 ww***MMMMMMMMM***M,*^'*"*",*"**-rnnnonnnnwaiiniu>ki  Joseph O'Brian  passes March 23  JOSEPH   O'Brian ; passed   away   at   St,  ,7 Mary's 'Hospital'.' on, March  23 at  the  .,age of .,61 Rev,. David,. Brown.   Legion  Chaplain, conducted^ the['"service'2 at Hai'-  yjey^Euneral^Home^D^^atui^y^iattifiV-....  ., nopn, March_J25_^ to  local friends, there were those from Vancouver1 "add1'Irom'*'Vancouver    attendance.   Following   the   service   the  , .Leglonaires,.,,after.,,,a ������ minute ��� oL,.silcnco,   placed p6t>pies^oii lho 'casket, Committal'"'  was at Soaview Cemetery.  , ������. .The.Jate,.Mr,,,,O'Brian;,of Irish,descent,.'  . was born and brought up in .Newfound-1  land, He was in tho Navy during thoj  Second World War, when ho became a|  chief "petty officer, He "spent aomo 'time  ��^in��Novtt��Scotia-and����mnrrled��in*Ontario.����  Coming west, this popular and jovial man  worked   on   construction   jobs   at   Van-t  ' "coUvbr and Nahalmo.' He was a mcclianlV"'"  cal supoi'vlsor for Hormao.  Mr, O'Brian was employed at Portf  Mellon ln lho 1050's and lOOQ's and was  involved wllh construction 'at Prince  George,, Wllllamfu,Lake, andTKUlmat.,:.,".:.lli,.  In failing health --and *aftor having  spont considerable tlmo ln hospital, ho  returned to this area whoro hq had many  friends, ��������� 7 '7'.. ���" 7 .,, '7' ,  Surviving   are   his   wife-   Ha/iol;" ono ������  son, Larry  O'Brian wllh the1 Air Force  In Germany and ono daughter Mrs, Do  Ol'tifil  ,JaCk, ;���J',>l7,,.h'.,. :,.,���,���,,,.,,..; .,,...���.!-..,.,,..;',lV,fl  ���.,,,>.  Break-in at RC Church  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING   ���  see IHE TIMES  KEN DeVRIES  -ii  LTD;  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS 7& IlLESir^  __ 7177..77^-7^r~-- ,.-^HOUR;^-:���-^^    ���Closed Mbn^ay^Ojpm 9 a.in  l>n'*'*'i'*'>'>'��'uuu��*mnMAA<uwuwwMwwiiwu^^  N    _______   "M   mm* -mm  UW    ATTHE  ABRIC HOUSE  . ft hi. M I'S (S*w��W^^VS****^^ ��*W*,*41  GIBSONS  With �� Ulttlo.Holp.  niCjilARO   Johnson   of   Sophelt   was  ohavgod-with" hroak;* ontor and theft '  ���U.Hl,nVVook--Hnd,-WMH.7HOiHoncod,4.to,���onQ-day--  n jail a\id placed 'on probation for oho  year;! T1W'''iTo()ii'Ro'd''"''wiifl':,i'nppVohoiHlo(l in  tlie early mornliiis of April 1 on lllnhw��iy  1Q1 In poHsessltin of ho vara 1 oandlos. Ho  iid m I ttod break In j-v Into, lho Hoiruui Cu-  thollo Churuh unci HlcnllnR thocandlcnr-"'-��  .Gary  Wayno .Bi.rhor,,of aibmii^H( .was.  chai'Hod  wllh causliif? a disturbance by  I'lilhtlnK In (the,,Peninsula, Hotel and was  SEE THIS INTRODUCTORY OFFER  n  STRETCH  ���'i 'i  the easy way ...  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Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  ON THE last day of school before the  Easter holidays a very delightful coffee  party was held at the Sunshine School  where Mrs. G. Legh is the capable and  much loved teacher. The children welcomed the mothers and the volunteer  helpers. The pupils did all the serving.  Refreshments included a beautiful Easter  ' bunny, cake. The ,room was .Wight with  craft work and> among- other decorative  i^ems 'was a colorful blown Easter egg  tree   with   hlnssoms.  Mrs. Alice Veiteh was pleased tn join  her sister and brother-in-law, who are  from Vancouver Island, in Phoenix, Arizona. After Vicing at F-us Vegas, the  group did a sightseeing lour around lhe  (hand Canyon, etc.. enjoying an inteiesl-  ing   vacation.  Lloyd and Sylvia Bingley and son Eli  (who was one-year-old Good Friday)  were over from Surrey to visit the grandparents, the Bingleys and the Wilsons for  a  few days.  Cottagers   are   commencing   to   arrive  at Keats Island to enjoy the quiet beauty  ancl  respite from the rush of city  living.  F^nTfref'^il5sons''"residerrr^ickit  rey of Montreal was guest of his. grandparents Reg and Ruth Godfrey at Gran-  thams Landing for the holidays. While  here  he enjoyed  playing  golf.  He  is  an  corner. \  i.iarry fhi:-.e'll and ��� D.-n nl Harding vi-,-  il.-d I >i:'.ne> land, I .Wm ('nuuti y, Hit-N-..).l<Vn.  Mai v. San Difgu /.iin, eh'.., then spent  three months:., in Mexico. They are now  cmjo\ir.��"homr'movies of a lot of interesting places they saw. Swimming was  very pleasurable around San Patracio  where.they  staved   for some  time.  "4- 4^  Ron and Barbara Harper and Michelle  from Endako, also Lisa Higgins from  Pender Harbour, were guests of Mr. and  Mrs.  A. E.   (Bert)   Harding..  Mrs. Nina McCartney and grandson  Derrick from Knulsford visited the formers mother, Mrs. Chamberlin here for  lhe   Easter   h'blid'ays.  Diane .Cramer celebrated her Kith  birthday at a family dinner party at the  home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  Boh  NiiMino mi   Easter Sunday.  Two young ladies were observed in  bathing suits "enjoying" (brr, brr, shiver) a dip at tlie beach in Roberts Creek  area on the Easter holiday.  Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eye-  wart were Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stewart  and   family   from   Vancouver.  David and Gail Dyer and family have  moved to- Ladner. . Mr. Dyer has been  transferred   to   Tsawassen.  Jack  Wiren   from  Prince  George  vis-  TVItst"t.  _7.-TWrren-at"Hopkins Land-  ing.  Mr.  and   Mrs. TJavid   Nystrom   visited  their   son-in-law   and    daughter   Sandra v  and   three   children   at    Campbell    River "*  The Go-Op  Cougars  sons  TtoU  at W  s for a day or two travelling with son    their 5th wedding anniversary April 8.    -phe-Co^Op Cougars, sponsored-by the    and Tommy Zuiff. Front: David Wil-  _   who  had  been  visiting -his   parents���Their daughter was one.year old, on Ap~���Gibsons   Co-Qp   Store,   affe:    (left   to SOll, Chris Hill, Glenn WheeteTT-KeTIy  Winfield. Mrs. Clarke; returned ��� to the     nl 1     .    ,.,...���       ,,iahn hark row  Rvati Mathews. (Rick     Hall .Mike   McNiven,   Jim   McEwan  ftoser, Keith Comeau,' *Brad Quarry    Musgrove.  avid   enthusiast   on   the   golf   courses   a- .rmniy.              ,             v                                    at Winfield   Mrs. Clarke returnea to tne nl a.                                                                       ^n hart mw  Rvan'Mn+liPw<!  "Rink     Hair Mike   McNiven  round Montreal. Mr.  and  Mrs.   E.  Johnson   enjoyed   a     oVanaaan with son Clifford and his wife- ��� Capt. Wesley B: Hodgson and his wife     Mgjlt) .Ijack row, Kyan Mathews, ��UQK     Hail, ^^   m^?^   p   .   .     ������    ��.,  Mrs. Cloe Day's  first adopted  daugh- pleasant Easier weekend when they were     ��tm Vancouver                                             ' Mrs.. Phyllis   Hodgson     observed     their     Belong^ Bruce   Brannan,    Raymond   . and_Gordon   Currie.    Coach   IS   Gil  ter,  Mrs.  Mary  Powell, and  Eddie  from guests of Mr.  and Mrs.  Tom  Helena  at           Wplcomp to Gibsons  Keith and Diane     56th. wedding   anniversary   on   April   5.       "            "    "    "                ""       '"    ~   Dawson  Creek  were  Easter  guests  with Campbell River.                                                              ��nrt T  ind Garv Helmer the latter Visiting the Hodgsons  is their son,  Col-  Mrs. Day for a happy reunion. . Gary and Sharon Norgard and two girls,,   ,     a  , "m,7             /        Madeira  Park" onel W. Hodgson from Montreal, who has  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ken Black were. from   Burnaby   Visited   Mrs.   NargsroV    having  moved  heie  horn   Maaena  i-aiit, t.  their son-in-law and daughter Lorna and     folks,  the Tysons,  in'Gibsons, Guests���ef���^area.^ .  ���-   ������   ���������  -J^^Winrhf-i-ed-^V^n  were  her  brother     _   Garry a^'W^P'''^^^^���!; their  property  here.  TuuiiinnmumiifiniwinnnnniMWinhfifii; ~m---~*mm'mmmmmmmmmmmmm______mm-*___9____vmme___9a��mmmmmm*mm\  - from-���Riehm-oneW  come west to help his parents make preparations   for   moving.   They . have   sold  Rev. Jim Williamson and Mrs. N.  Moore attended Presbytery meeting at  St. Andrews United Church, North Van-  and   sister-in-law,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   O.   R.  Glover from Campbell River.  Mrs. Marie .Clarke came down to Gib-  i  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL��� GLASS AND MIRRORS CUT TO SIZE  Specializing  in  Aluminum  Windows  and  Doors  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURDAYS  George  to  visit  their  sister, Miss Gwen�� ��� Bernard   Littlejohn   left   Monday   for  Price-         ' ���   *   '                                           7 London, England. He has gone to the old  Mr, and Mrs. McComb from Vancou-", country to see his father for 17 days,  ver were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G'% Former Gibsons resident" Mrs. Dor-  Price, Gower Point, for Easter. ,; othy Hanson from Vancouver visited at  Former local resident Mrs. Verna Az7 the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ruggles.  yan with Steve, Gail and friend Jill| Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Macey,  from Aldergrove, visited Mrs. Blanchef, Shoal Lookout, were their^niece, Mrs.  Horseman and Mr. and Mrs. Don Horse-| Terrence Lean with'her daughter Cheryl  man and family.                                          ,1 and   friend.   Christine     Clarkson,   from  Visiting  their   grandparents,  Mr.   and] Whonnocks.  Mrs. R.  A. Swallow, were Kevin,  Mich-* A family dinner party at a local place  elle and Bradley Demchuk from Coquit-? of culinary treats was the celebration in  ]am                            I honor   of   the   recent   hirlhday���of_Miss-  NOW OPEN AT,  Len Wray and Bill Glassford attended Colleen Husby, the 5th wedding anni-  a three-day Allied convention in Edmoni versary of. Nick and Sherry ��� (nee Lame-  ton. They motored to Alberta for the reux) Husby and the 30th wedding an-  meetines �� niversary of Ed and Edna (nee Lock)  .7   ,'  m  ..,'        .  ,    ,  .���    j��� 7 , Husby. Congratulations.  Mrs. Bessie T. Stewart had her dau- Mfs   ^ L            g, f            Mrg_  Frank  ghter   (Chrissie)   Mrs    Begg   and   family *Umbert  from  Vancouver,   visited  for  a  from Coquitlam with her for four days. wgek   Algo at Mrg  M         home was her  g   -Mrs.  Stewart's  grandchildren Kelly   and cQusin ^^ w"miams from  t6wn  ��    Michae   Mitchener, also from Coquitlam , Mrg  M         gpent three d       wUh ^  i  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKS LTD.  Specialists in Wrought Iron Railings   aniLIke--Screens-  * PATIOS  ic INTERIOR STAIRS  * SUN  DECK  * EXTERIOR STAIRS  -t779-Wyngaert RoodrGitreo  ?Kone~BBfc735r  1  spent their'"tfolida'yfe- here,,  %  ^i&taPv���Mss.���Logan���a4n4-4>^��^h#w-^Doiaald��.  kssssss/rmzr^^^  Mrs. Alice Hardman's guest was Miss1.   fa NQrth Vancouver.  fesrai  YOU CAN'T WIN THE IRISH SWEEPSTAKE-  UN LESS YQU HOLD A TICKET  Return  Demands  Investment���and we  have the. Investment that delivers that return;  If-you have money to invest���   .    7   .   ,:,7r-   '������������*.-        ������������:  ���������������.���'-   j-'-'���-"���������    ���    ���     ���������: 7 .- '  If you own an undeveloped commorclol property���,  If you ORerale a .servlco station���-,..������.  If you ryn a-clo-lt-yourself car wash  And If you aro Inlereatod In a 9-1 | % return on your clpllar  ���Then we urgoyou'totake'the opportunity olcllscusslng���  Ihls profitable ancl proven concept with us,'  McDermid from Vancouver.  Stephen Rigby from Caronport, Sask.,  visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Rigby.  Gordon .and Gerry Clarke and family  ���visited thei letter's mother, Gwep ancl  Victor Beckley at Oliver; then went on  to Winfield for an Easter visit with  Gordon's parents, Alf and Marie' Clarke.  "'Young"AlTie staye"d~T6f a week with the  Beck leys at  Oliver,  Easier holiday guests at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sluis andfamily.were  Mr.   and   Mr.-j,.   William   Smith,   Barbara,  .JElbiabel  he  all  IliaabeJJiwand ���, Chi'isl.ophei1. fi:nJtlf._QQUXi-,- j^-JonM Bloni^rn  ^ay7Mr.1'SmHlv',is't:he'' ���''edlt6r'.V6fv,thev.'do-',-'':,,I^iih'e'''''a'nd':''Orlh  James Mullen, Sr., and V. Star were  in Portland, Ore,, for three days. ���  James Mullep, Jr., and his wife v-is-  ited friends in Vancouver over" the weekend..  Bob and Pearlie Pauloski and family  from Prince George were down to visit ^  Mr. and Mrs. W. Farnham, '     <a  Ingrid BTongren from Terrace visited  relatives hore for the holiday.  '   The   Haggedorn   family    from   Richmond' wore  at., their  cottage < at���Roberts������  Creek.  fjxruj,^v.as^uo,s<, ot her aunt's  Free Estimate With No Obligation *  ^\^^"v'' ������-?������������}-������_' -v'"~<!':,.^-' ;'"-4j">'V y'-.M'^^'f-V^v^?^^^  886-7029  GIBSONS  886-7220  GIBSONS  Our roprciontatlvo will shortly bo in your area,  Write In confidonnco to���  Canuck Entorprlsoi Ltd.  4408 SumasSt.,  Durnaby, P.C, '"" ' "   KM-t  \  ARMY * NAVY -AIRFQRCE- VETERANS  GIBSONS UNIT No. 357 CHARTER  INSTALLATION and DANCE  ROBERTS CREEK LEGION HALL  i"  e1^yv''Mi'',A';SmHlV'.'Ms'l'l^  mo'x Free Press, , Holiday visitors with Mrs, J. Proven-  '.. Raymond   und' Marion. "Xineker   and   7ea,l. wereJEuge'no Blohgren with his wife  frimily'enjoyed the Easter' weekend vis-     fKid family from. Courtonay;  "   King Mrs, Lineker's sister in Victoria, Mr.   nnd, Mlra.   Gerry   Chniller   and  Mrs,   Lil   Loudell   visited   her   .sister-    Richard were nt 100 Mile House for Ea  in-law at Langloy. t      filer, 7 "  Since the demise of her husband, Mrs.  'O'Brin'Wiiiirmovoa^^  Jack is on o trip to Edmonton. "��lY Week IS OCCaSlOn  ; LfVry..O;B,nan   who h^;corn^  nto loavo from his cIiUIor with the Air ML��~ ni.  Force oversenH to nltoncl the funornl of    T*r?$i      ^Tm^n  -hlH-1nthai-horo;~hnH-Hinco-returiTCd~tn���^W^��PP>U��mily-poiinloii-took-plnop--  Germnny  where  ho  hun  boon  stuflooocl ul the homo ol Goorgo nnd Julio Bosoi  for flvo'y����i'H. Lnn-y axpaclH to bo \nm.-    ��,n4 Pi"'k,   Ro��,f'   w'1011   10   brothora   nnd  ."forroci'''to7Cold.LnHo, AlUt,,'in Augunt.: '   :^{?lf, }���Q   J?��''��n)   woro   logothor   foi  MivnhdMrfi.Ah Hnddook (nop Won- . rlha UraUlmo lh-,26 yenrss,  dy SI(qIIqU) who have moved from Van-       ' Th��y i'ec��llod mnny nplenannl momoi-  couvor back to Madeira Park eolobrntqd     to*,.. !-hQl"' '""'m horrnj in Ponokn, AlUi,  wh6ror��ihey��-woro*.a11-hrought-lntO" I ho  W(^r)d''wllh* the'1iolp^!'bf i7 hilclwlfor but  wH,hou|. the servlcos of n doctor,  .,0.11. thl��,., KlncL.oceuHlon of ...ho . mnny  ^:/ql��U.v.Qfl.P,:Bqt,tlnK..,..to��Qlhor,-..(thoy-v\y'oio  Joined by nlocfon mid' nephewfi horn  Powell  Rlvor)  nil  ntlondod  Eujdor  Bei-  ylooH' ��(,,,.^^ , Mfjry/fl Jlonimi Cidho'lc  Phuroh   hero,  filing   Hovornl   row��,  _ UM8 !?r.p.uHhi.,jfl..mliw.i;.,UiQ.i!m,en whwi  ��ji[i"ifliuwU'ij?lJUjiJ  "PQllW^homo, ��� roV'VoiuNi, wlllf liolHliliouV's;"  ����t|iorlnH tlioro  hoomioo l��i  Uiohq dnyH  ilioro 'wan no oluiroli noiu'hy,  ���Bom vnjlfihofl io ihlfl "inrmlly wIioro  momhors "i'o oloHoly ui\llod In )ovo,' Thoy  onrno from n�� for r\H Muryvlllo In Modn-  wivy'County, Mo��� and from varlouH prtrtH  of AlMl'l"*! *"t��.�� to bo.hwHhor, for'Holy  It wna n timo whloh  will Ioiik bo  ...h,.-  SATtlRDAYrflPRIt 15^pm  rcmoinfiorefi hy onch ono;  DAMCE TO LIVE ORGAN MUSIC  ���FREE-ADMISSION" ���'    .i. ' "��� ;:y'''SPOT-PRIZES-  **W��iW!*Bte*Wate^BBl"ii^lW<g<ftn^ylW ��JW��*iHKn 3*uasftiv��*i��*��s-1 ���ifff'frif iy<WH-ii'irlnliffl1 wBWHW^itniWiitWaWwmmwiMif IWHm9mtimltwi_ift>mimH___i<t<mrmtirM^        rmn-imntmirtiittifmrimiHiViiinitiii., -HMMtwMKtt&Miauii rii-niiMiiii, rimiinniiii, ���������  nim-rnn    ������in, ,  ,���   i ,M ,      ^uu^wiu ^. juUi  ...JHARJNBa PAINT  FIBREGLASS  NYGREN SALES  .   GIBSONS  ,���,CI��ITlftlT,,.  jteRjUiiri:..  'Ili&ffi  vtmmwtmJfii  !:����������'����:���,,i.'���'.���^������Ii'  DIAPERASH  ,ll^J��H^l^*w^,*'���|H~f  m  i"ii,i| [i ni;ii|m��f%l��>if���f  ALL SIGNED UP MEMBERS  PLEASE ARRIVE AT 6:45 p.m. SHARP  I   v ".  wJlit(*iirt*llw*w��* #���***"  -   If.lwwn*,!" ^al*^^^^****^^^ .  ,^Ail)*^1��f(art"*  >���1.fl���  11* "r  l j'   |l, li'MW-l t  This as q $3 SPOT!  <U��a whon on.contrnct)  Your advertising In this hpqcq will roach  nearly 2,500 hornea (9var 9,000 pooplo)  each wopk, It's tho mout ecprjomlcal woy to  reach more Sunshine Qmt pt?9plo bcpaMBo  Times ddn( op1 Into.moVa homos,than any  other newspopop! prod'ucpd   In fl\.\*  aroa  The Times  TWff*"*��B4M^��l!i"��l��):R^IM*31^H9,^Wh  i   .,.'��� r -i i'i- -i ������'���'"�������� '���"'���....i ii.* ���������.-., i -'' 1,  assziaisgr.  ���"Jfc|"|l"P|w 0-Hc��ym w"w��i.������������~ *,.  ii i  m  lillillllllf  Socholt  886-9833  ^'^HiPlillil^i^HH^^ilsilliWijluiin  ��� turn *i|,,"i,*A |'i i   i '  mmifmmMiillifm*  ���^mAimm��fmmmmmm^mim^m^ku  J*,  ','/''  \    'i'.>  (H   ,��l *'(��!' |H|      '(I1    I   HI  1 "'   1 i���"ih t���   ,',',,  J  K  ill!  ���^w��i#Bt����w��ato<^^  I  m*��m  ; yrr  * ( J/At     IU ' if h i hi   .  ��*H-*t^i   '     *    *',*   *  ;\M\ftu.r,','," _ww viM'.ulii'ii'A.iii"j.iW;<X'T\ft,'/" '^  i  i  t    I    f     I     f   jl    I    .    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Wednesday, April 12, 1972 The Peninsula Time's  \  Pgge^ ,B-5    Clnyinn. ���   ������'    ,  ,..L..u*y. vpltmt'cpt.s...'staffing the' kilcherr  Hie   legion   at   f>:30   p.m. -There   will  be at  7:30  p.m. "   '   \.     - vvere busy throughout Uie'evehirig stMl^ng  muSii/.'   dancing,   prizes   and   the   legion j^hn   Haddock   started; t{he>   auction-,     refreshments. x   ' -  lal'tle. , . eering   which 'brought  in   close   to  $900 Lions Club members were more than  -v                      7 by the trme bidding closed at 10:30- p.m.     satisfied   with   the   results   of   this   their  "���'. and  everything from cakes to boats,  in-     f'rst  auction.'They  express their sincere  Five Weeks in a Balloon starring Red ciucH,-,g the ba'throom sink, went on  the     thanks to all who helped make the even-  Buttons will'be the movie showing at Ihe block. " mS such an outstanding .success.  ..immunity' hall  this  Saturday,   April Id, ��/���.'. i '   j  ,, ��� .N .  . Many item such as..car set-covers and  v �� n child's mtH-hanroal football  game were  LIONS  AUCTION brand  jipw.   Most   olhprs   were   at   least  About l-iiil people aliened the Ponder in   gnod.   workable   condition.   Two   roll-  llarliour Lions auction in tlie commiiiiitv .'>wa.v   bods   went   for   50c   pack   while   a  hall' at   Madeira. Knrk      last    Satunlay     bedvchesterfielil   fetched   $100.  ~"~ "R a IT 1 e^Trf���ih���bean H f xrVH am p   w en -t   to  Gaylord  Merkel Ticket  drawn  by  Donna  BAIT - ICE.- TACKLE  NYGREN SALES  ;  - G^SONS     -   ..._  WW  3"��  Viewing  Focal point at Pender Harbour on    big hall was packed with all kinds    Shoot the Teacher by Braithwaite; and  Saturday night was the Lions Club's    of household; gardeoing^fishing and by ^^ p?y.g ^ donaled t0  Shadow of the Lynx by Holt. Let.s Get ,  Auction and  a  tremendous  success    building: equipment. This was the re- lhe libra    b   Mrs F. Jones 6f Norburri-<  it was  giving people  bargains  and    cently .-chattered  Clubs  first  com- Health Foods Vancouver,4in appreciation  entertainment  for   three   hours.   The     jn^ft'tty.pi'OJect. of her'majiy friends h��?re. Many children's  - ���   , 1 |77'*7 7 ",7 books,  donated  by  't. Warnock  are also.  Around The Harbsmi      - ava"w' ���'    '    ��� ���'���-  W SERVICE TO THE  R. IDEAL SEAMLESS GUTTERS LTD  -^by Piajiq Bomfbrd���phone 883-2440  RGMP   report   William   Bradford   ap-  ���n pfeared in court on the 23r.d of March for 7  THE  PENDER  Harbour  Volunteer  Fire     entertainment   for  everyone.   There  will p6gSgSgib^ Df, a'deer  out  of  season:  He   *|  Department will be holding its annual     be   selections   by   the   Pender   Harbour *" .     fined  *100'  general  meeting  Sunday,   April 23. at  .2     Band, ;l#a>s  Chorus,  demonstrations  of      : ��� . .     ��� doing   ex-  p.m. in the community hall. An election Ynfla   a ��� nifty;  "Chamber'Music"  by Ar- ,. .A^V^  to name two trustees Will take place at     t^'^p��feiuipipo Dancers, and dis- cesSive  sP^iig. 111  ^e  labour ��� onJhV  the   meet^rrfelectors   should. make     Piay^|o1vidual talent.    ,... ;. ��� ��gM< ^g^andT SSb^S  a point of bemg at this meeting. Tickets,will be available at the. door;.    ��� j^- the Vancouver area  AlanMoi-  a4iilts': $1,   students   50c,, and   preschool- ^n; \^e-    charged   and    each, .'finea  Mrs.   Jean.   Simpson,   the   Peninsula     7^rpfpi^u .43., records.. are   needed   for $25 , for   this   offence. ��� .....  representative^^--^  inquiries ������.���..     .*���.   TsiSn Plan, Old Age Security cert^^r^ h^^^8"\eco^ds"of Three   sport   fishermen   were . found,  and Guaranteed Income, will be speak- w^ ;the.y have, no further use, please unh&rmed   after failing to return home  mg at the Senior Citizens  next regular contact Wgaret Thompson 883-2520.. Wednesday   evening   when : their -small  meeting,   Monday,   April   17,   7:30   p.m., ,,777"7 rSat: was Lamped by a large wave kil^  The end oflecaking, ugly wooden gutters.   The end of  ^atntmg-xtn^  "The Factory on Wheels is Coming!"  CONTINUOUS ALUMINUM GUTTERING IS SEAMLE  CANADA PENSION  ih  the legion  hall.  The  Senior. Citizens- 56WLIlil<S      *    '      .������          ...       '_       . ...     -, ���. ,              ri���~���  mrnw  ..n-f   t��tn  Ixtend^  come and hear Mrs. Simpson. ord-Merkel overall winner of the high visiting   relat yes,   Bert���     Ab��tew*y   and  -   * sir&te game .with 298,  and  the  overall <*nd Fred Button had P^fled;whorp^h  CHAMBER MEETS h# three games with 617: Kathryn Ross - Francis Bay^and were just s.tting^n  Chamber of .Commerce will be holding pfea^ 2f<> tO' take the women's 'high- to a meal of heTng-^a^       ^     >S?  a dinner meeting open to the-, public at ;sitfp^nd7a  585  to  take  the.womenV . ^er a fire started with their extra, fug,  v   the Garden Bay Hotel, Monday, April 17,' :Mgt-%fe' g^mes.' A score..of. 1073  put when . they    were   interrupted- by ;the  at '7'pM, ���Ju-aSfe'-MitteMe-^ RCMP -boat' which -picked -them^up^nd  +u��� ;�����   :���    ��� ���������    ���~~   +u��   *.���.,.            '������".  .t,;a: ���$������. ���>��� ���������_      _j.       ^.   :            '   .  ,     , +nr.V.thorv.  Vinmctn their anxious families.  the swearing in ceremony for the new     teamsHi^siMg^ f he .Drivers, picked up  took them home to their anxious families.  executive. Guest speaker at the meeting . ��� the't^rn^ig'H^hree' .gariie total with a    cu.TTFPi.r.RQiLM-  ���^will-be~fe&m-tbe-45epai4ment-ef^isheriesT-���scope o��^9ti?7"���^���'���"~~    :_:' "~~r --......  April 14 is the date for a cotnbihe'd  SPRING CONCERT                                   . LIBRARY.                                                         Legion and Pender Harbour Hotel Shiif-  Pender  Harbour    Secondary    School Ten7riewly  ordered books are av^il-     flefeoard  Banquet.   One  hundred/ tickets  will be the plape to be Friday, April 21, abie at our library. These include: Nern'r     are 'available to the public and -can; be  at   8   p.m.,   when   the   Pender   Harbour esis l3y Agatha Christie; We Gave You     purchased at the hotel ahdvtbetegio.%  Band will be sponsoring the Spring Con- an   Electric' Toothbrush   by   Alan;- The     The banquet yrill be held a\ the .-'pllb^p  cert. Whale: People--by ���Hag-Brown;   Advgnr ���   and. can be purchased at the\hdtel and  A variety of acts promise to provide tyres' >with ?Eavgles   by   Hancock;   Why. 7 the-legion. The-banquet will, be\held>,at  Rust Proof * No Chipping * No Peeling * No Crpcking  MATERIALS GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS!  Seamless one-piece aluminum guttering hqs.-..kaSed-o^  for lasting beaiity-5'ihch size-round  -^���orsciuare-dQwnpipQs.-���-  forfhetf from aluminum coil without  seams, to fit exqtf, rp^cisLimrnerifs qf  New   Vocation  Seeking antique Value prices for this Auction; aicjed W;'Uons Prpsiflent ��� for.- Mr, "Haddock-who- retlrea- re-  old modol typewriter, John Haddoclp Gaylord Mprkfll. Succesfi of the aucT ppntly^rpmt^eiAshing report busf^  foptor'p tho bidding at the L1oj>r C}��^   Upo ',wpmW' ipdje^tp a new yppq^n,';n^.;in^n4er Harbour.  .  SOON!  *B*'%p��>^B'*Bfl-fc"^B^"Bi H^ pIBI^I'l^pi'^p  Wo hove baaoii in Powell Riyer for oyer o ijj9n*H ���d ^e  completed     over ,40   installations   of   beautiful   seamless  aluminum gutters..  n a week or Wo wc will be in your area with our equipment  and "Mr. Seamless" would like tho opportunity to sfrye you  Ir* Egmopt, Pender Harbour, Sechelt, Gibsons, and other com-  munities on the Sunshine Coast. Our Iqpal dealer in PpwpII  Riyer will hflM'e your enquiries.  CALL "MR, SEAMLESS"  AT THE BUILDERS MART LTD,  ESTIMATE  ' " Fl'lj "'"in" ana^/rVTall     T    ;   ~"  COUECT���,--'���������/.  qnd  "Keep yqur mjnd out 0^ tho  gutter for. tho noxt,  ,  310 yeprnl'1  Phono  , I now hdyo.wooi  .��^4�������rijWw��i��<.^*Vwo����s*;M,��iS��,io,B����������v,a  4477 Mprino Aff^riMO,, Powell Riypr, PjC^,  ��� ' ; ' ���  '488'"��S93::-  FOR A FREE���NO OBLIGATION ESTIMATE!  hi   in', " mi       *        111V      "i    1 '"ii    "i|       hiu'iIi'    in'11 mii'ii'ij 1 T 11' 1    ' iiimiiinliiiii  '    *  , _. __�� I _"���_ 11 ____] . ��� MH.MMHH_MHa.MMMMMMMMMMMMMHHMnMMMMMlMHl '  c/9 TK��*t 1&MM<*ors IVIart Ltd,  4477 Carina Avo,f powoil Rlvor, B;C.  YESI  NQIT|G! ...'.���   Address;  nn>Hi��*in  mmmfm^^*,mm**i9f  <w0mt*^<ifmwm*m*<*v*.  ^PIf��Q��o��chpc|wqpproprlqto��st<3itementwbolovYf  1    ',  I novy hoyo no oiittors ��i.��,.���......7����i.��m,..��,.%,*...��.,._...~.'.-������~��'~.''~.fi."i'''''��-'��*-[  \  n^mmmimmnm.mf*mmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-i-.".r.~m^ ���  ,'     \. ���  I    t*>J'l     f  7~*jirVfl i��i'.',nt iintii 111 Mil   ��t     ,WI,W|||".  I���< , m,h.,|  '1 'I �� *'(   I , , ,1) 4,  If"*-**"**  ���il  1    I  r^  wnfW��M  '<f7;*', f  * '        ' ' . ' i   * ' T        ^i,^A. > " ".  B^WWW��WWfe��il|W^^ ������-tv"  >\v  Vagdnale for travel  \\  Paste B-6 W  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 12, 1972  Inside the Red Rooster at Davis Bay,  young people take time out from  the Fun City activities to enjoy-the  Red   Rooster       v  appetizing  fare    served    by  Terry  Koch. Open until 11 p.m.  weekdays  ahd until 1 a.m. on Friday and Satur  day nights, this is a welcome service close to the most attractive  beach on the Sunshine Coast.  TT        lf|     TV/I"     -     i "  warns Health Minister  HO.NOURAkLE Ralph Loffmark, Minister  of Health Services and Hospital Ih-  ..���uranee, today advised all British Columbia residents planning to travel aboard in  iti'. jie-xt lew months -to- qiake sure- that  they have a valid International Certifi-  Cil".. of Vaccination, against Smallpox  unions   their   travel   documents. "  In the last few months, Mr, Loffmark  s;,h1 many countries, including most.  European countries"; had relaxed their re1  culations and Would permit ..Canadians  ���\,i enter without proof of smallpox vaccination.  Within the past few weeks, outbreaks  uf smal.pox have been reported in Yugoslavia, Lebanon, Iran and Syria. Contacts  to cases in these countries are being now  sought in several other countries and it  is aiways possible that a few sporadic  'cases may ��� occur elsewhere in the world.  It is quite impossible to predict which  countries may suddenly reimpose vaccination requirements on all visitors and it  is equally impossible^to tell whether contacts or incubating cases Will ] be dis-  covered travelling about the World by  aircraft.bus, ship or-train.  For reasons of personal safety and in  older to avoid embarrassment from suddenly re-imposed travel restrictions,  British Columbia residents leaving North  America aue strongly- adwised to be sure  that they have a valid vaccination certifi-  _caie._with_thein.    .,..' " *�����..���      '-    -  Canada Pension Plan  new itinerant service  SINCE the announcement on February 2  through   the  Times   that  the   District  Office  of  Canada  Pension  Plan in. Van-  couver was prepared to bring service to  v *< {��� ft fid ct/rf . f *��� t>f c �� rt i: f i1'-* '����� f--* * w'P '- '���'- *���' *'*-'-' *' t>4':i' ** *  Dave" and' Marjorie  Parry  Ilrabric J4bu5e  wic  Gibsons  7  NEW  FRANCHISE  / ~.ALER FOR  BERN I IM A^xeiuhOMf GA���  SALES AND SERVICE  Many Thanks  to all Our  Customers  v  SUHSHINE  EWflNG  ERVICES  way  I  look at it, self-pity is better than  none."  'sitiiiiittiMMtitit'iMiiiiiieiiiiiMttm  \  I  GIFTS GALORE  at  GILMORE'5 STORE  At  Prices That  Please  Your Pocket  Book  tfuwiwuvuuifWfuiiMiiifify.^^  NEW SHIPMENTS   Novelties���Souvenirs���-   Pottery (made  in Canada)  Souvenir Spoons - Sea  SheJIs  Plaques^e?c^^''3e11^  " ������"���.���'      . '*�� S    cooking''p'ropured'' by Mrs! Marlon' Koch"  I  5 Sechelt  S  I  Now operating in conjunction with  the. Red Rooster Cafe and the soon  to be completed Putt Putt golf  course, Fun City at Davis Bay, operated by Mr. Bud Koch and his son  At Davis Bay ...  Mr. Ron Koch, is already a favorite  meeting place for teenagers, who  now have an evening activity to enjoy.  residents in the Sunshine Coast' area,  there have been further developments.  Firstly, the response from people and  organizations on the Coast has. been  most encouraging. Secondly, the use of  the Sechelt Office of the Department of  -Rehabilitation and Social Improvement  ha/been granted through the good"offices'  of Mr. G. C. Knowles, District supervisor,  field services and Miss J. J. Friesen,*  social worker, who is at the Sechelt Office  every  Wednesday,  A representative of Canada Pension  Plan will be at. the Social Assistance  Office in Sechelt on the following dates  and  times. x  April 17 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  18 8:10  a.m.  to  12:00  noon  May     8 1:00  prm;  to v4:30  p.m.  9 8:10 a.m. to  12:00 noon  29 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  ��� 30-44.aft-ajn^-4��-a.2^11^noon   Persons wishing to contact our representative during the periods mentioned above may do so by telephoning  885-9422 in Sechelt or 666-3522 in Vancouver.  Further scheduling beyond May 30th  will   be   announced   through   the   Times.  New drive-iirfaGility  f  compliments Fun City  RED Rooster -Drive-In which opened at  Davis Bay over the Easter holidays  was an instant 'success both with 'ocal  residents and the over increasing number  of  tourists,-..-   ���    Mrs. Bud Koch operated the "Rob Roy"  and then the-"99 Cafe on Kingsway in  Vancouver for fifteen years,  Located jusl opposite the "sandy beach  which is a inecca for holiday makers;  the Sunshine Coast's latest drive-in  sports   an   attractive     red   rooster    sign  Lovely' Gifts For Showers  _^..BirtK3ays etc,  Greeting Cards - Gift Cards  Ribbons and Paper  I  RECREATION   ��� '     ~'  " -Catering Tnostiyfor-tlTO~yotingerpe()-r-  ple, Fun City which is operated by Mi',  Bud Koch ancl his son Ron, offers recreational entertainment from 8 in the  morning  through  until   11   p.m.  A  place  'ing''''in   tlie   past   now 'thoy   can -erijo'y"  companionship and the challenge of competition with pool tables^nln^balls, soc-4  cor, fooz-bhl" arid F variety of slull. games""'"*  Also  availablo  are   hot  dogs,   pizza   and  pop.  Soon   lo   be   introduced   to   this   roc-  .Wh'tu-wruuflhUroiux'hn'PH-wllh.^    I  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and  Handles, Wedges  and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  '���v  '��� -885,2812��� ���  ���Bok.63'6  "Sechelt, "B.C.  hor daughter Terry and daughter-in-law  Debbie, Spciiiaity of the house -aro the  freshly'"prepared ("hips"which make' the  ever popular fish "n 'Chips, a special treat  for appetites .sharpened by lhe sea  breezes,  Why Go Elscwhcro And  Pay Moro  GILMORE'S  VARIETY SHOP  885-9343 S  S  $///////////////////////////////////////&  -uuuigi^jwui.'i.mnku Uiu small dining area  attractive and red rooster wall plaques  aro oxpoclocl to u'rrlvd 'shortly, but" the  hi I ghl red .shingled building with Its  wlilli.-piuntt.'d Iok door posts Is designed  'nmlnly to calor tu lake-out sorvlco. Pooplo on holiday lll'.e lo be outdoors and  the rusti'o labia: with cedar shako con-  oplos add to, tho qtuilnl.noss 'of, this,. noa- ���  side drlyo-in.  Kxpui'loncu Is tho binges! ussol of any  dining places and this Is just what tho  Kiif.lv family "li'ii.s  lo' ol'l'or  for  Mr.'iuul  ^.-.HH^Mfflt*.  FOITTOUir-UNFlLEP  INCOME TAX RETURN!  ����WS5S  '|j*��*^l��i-  NATIONAL TAX BUYERS LTD  335 East Broadway, Vancouver,  B.C.,  Phonos:   (Pays)  8794166;  (Niglits)  879-6701  ���A"**Out*oNowr\' inquiries- welcomed.���������  Phone collect! Pick-up sorvlco,  r-  Kolf coui'se which W|-|rtt^l��BUtgd udjoln-  Iiik lho Fun City and Rod Rooster, TOft  wlll be somothiiiR now on the Sunshtno  Coast, tho course bolnR laid out ln comonl and covered with Indoor-outdoor  carpet.  For   those   who   llko   to' oxplol.   tho  hundred of miles of triilln op llyf Sun-  '. shlno  Const, .Hondas  tiro .availablo   for,,,  run In I from tho Rental Shop which  tho  Koch  family also operates,  Thu rental, ishop-has-|)cen In-opera-  lion to. nbouI two yoiirs ii'nd nuppIIom  ovor,ylh|i)H from j-i-irclun tools to houvy-.  duty equipment. Including- onuirKonvy  IllditliiR plnntu, Thoro, in'oono thouHiiucI  ItOPiS nvtilltiblo' for' roiitiil, sliitos, Mr,'  K.m.'Ii who has boon advised and conn-  hoIUkI In tho vonluro by Mr, .Inch Will-  'n'*01'" ��()l1 T"lho IntoplOiWir Vosldontu  Mr, nnd Mrs, Hon WhllaUov,  OME HANDYMAN HEATING TIP!  hlftibu  NYGREN  SALES  (1971)  LTD7  Your BAPCO PAINT  .-DEALER^in GIBSONS*  On tho Wharf - 886-9303  Quality  House and Marine  Paint.  ^wiiinwwwiwwiiiiiiwwinwiniwwwi  K,pm*  USE  WEE BONNIE SYSTEM  For summer and residential, home*,  Example 400 sq. ft, Cedar CaWn,  supplied and Installed on your |ot  .for.. $2,606,w Do^t.yoursolf^kit^lth  plans "jil,800r Wo o^o do framing  for ocononikal hpMSos, Phano after  6 p.m. 987-1893 collect   T   If You're Co��dr Try Warming Your Windows  IV1VCSRPIV1   Cfll EC  unCm   ��MLE�� ^ ^Qur the^.mostat indicgtee? that ypur house is warm  enough buf you are still feeling chilly- and uncomfortable,  maybe your heat distributors, are located in the wrong places,  ~H|"��gwt"r^  **"       *"*"    "  Although comfort is a suggestive feeling and may vary ���  from person to person', there are certain criteria which are  accepted as standards of comfort. For, instance, Deople are  most comfortable when there is a minimum difference In  te"mporatMre b'etvyeen floor and ceiling.      . ',   ( ,  Tests conducted at tho University of Illinois demonstrate  that hydronic (modern hot water) baseboard heating panels,  ' when Installed, on a 11 Topf s t cJCwa 11 sT^qspqc la 11 y; li ndo r windows; j  are particularly effective In, reducing temperature differences  ��� botwoen floor and ceilings, Moreover, the baseboard panels j  ���,a.ct^ when installed  on tho perimeter 'of the'house, 7  Another Important point to remdrhber Is to locate all  ��� >,.>, '.,������;, i.(...j,l-?..lf.*,J.y t\'i"-J> ���c,,.i.-t,wa-i-*\^i^lt*tm^i^^.'r^^^-^rjr*^l^  thermostats away from contact with heat, cold and sunlight.  JQU^RS-Jir^ temperature In the room  ^nd'hafilng^      "  UUMWUUWUUUWIfUIJWWWUUUWMWWMWtMrP  an#s  Men's-Wear  _..���  G.W*G. Work Clothes  ,,   Work Gloves  ���     SECHELT, B.C.  WE'RE  SECHELI  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ""--THE NEW-"^-  IRLY YARD  . TO SERVE,  THE SUNSHINE  COAST  Brian or Haydon  686.2283  WIIMIMWMWHMIMHMINWWWWIHW  TWIN CRpEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  ���    , Your'   Glldden Paints  '    Dealer.. ��  MmiWMWIHWWWWWHHHHWWUWnWWmuU^^  PLUMBING "HEATING - SHI5ET METAL  ELECTRICAL AND ROOFING  'Do;It YoursQlf���oc���VVo'll Do It for You'  ,��  <^*f^lhfi^liHl��%i��'i��H��W��^  Safes  COASTLINE  t #"rtiiiiiiwh k f^��*^*tww^V��iw-��t*h��*��*  Services  mx 798, Secholt, B.C. 885-2021  1 ^ iffnV. wppiUMrtT^S*���* *  Two Locations  ���:  you  Supshino Coast  Highway   '  i GIBSONS  886-2291 ���..  SECHfEtT  885-2288  f^fWflWtW^^***)*^  ww**w��*n��*iwtW!��Wf  �� *, *_ L-*.<  t-f|iH 4H44,|W.J���(*.  t  )  t  I I  t  t   I   I   I  I  I* (   It t   t   I   I   I   t   I   I   I   t   <   t   I   t   t  i   t   I   t  t  t   t I   I   11 f f  I   I   I   t   I  I   I   .   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Diy  ,                                                                                                                  1                                                                         1  1      ������'i   ���      ,���,.!,.       .,     ,_    ,���Vi, , , '    ' ���*  .y t'm��.,,.. ," i   ._.,.,,,,..    , i,\ . ��j,   ,���-_������ ,   , ,.    ,,   .<^^^   ,   ,  **IHi H'H ____ B"H*B H**^uHw'BW*Mffl'~H'wBB'B"���"^^~**���^~ l''-ip*���~^'rli,*il'^'^!(7���^^'r"*,*r'^^  11 VllM'Jni_lltll' 1 flLlJ 'Skill Games -Root - Pin Ball - Foox ,U  Tfako the kids out lorn, Trail Ritlo  MOQ^milcs^of^unQxplorod^tntits-  H<V^J^^_Q&tb&_JT*9WZ_l"P>>'i' "*'��� ���i��JfKl��!Wti��� ���"���fitlMillll  ONDA  ; A.Phone 885-2848  70 cc  90 oc  Rail  ^WilHIlP^^^     tUB"*" Wtj^^ ^Q^ ^D9lFtysH&$N99tWfilWttolW%$&^  ~.':,1���.:.,. '    .'   '      '7       .20  FRIDAY AND SATURDAX 81OO A.M. TO 1 ,AfM. (  OPEN DAILY 8iOQ A.M. TO"|,lt00 P.M,  Davis Ray  *&��M\0igr^ydyai?*"  7 dnVs a week  ���   ,       I ,       i , , ' i ,{ ,  If yro haven't got it;���ask for It���wo'll got It      *  LAWNMOWERS - ROTO TILLERS  . TOOLS ^  iw��-*��w4^w#w^  TSUNSHlNriNrgnTDT  DAVIS, DAY  8 a,m, to 11:00 p.m.  885-2848  ',J*||i,����4'M^ ������*m_^Mx$&3$P'  r.  tP  Wednesday^TAprrriarlgy^        The Peninsula Tihies  Page 8*7  IN CANADA  In the last twenty years, tfie salaries of British Columbia  teachers have risen five times as fast as the cost of living.  Today, the average salary of our teachers Is $11,102 pfer  year, with generous.holidaysandJringe benefits* .They are.  teachers lrGanada~^^^^ - -���- "  yj,  iflyttMWBIB^^  mtw*m>m>mmfmmtotwk^  m "KM -sww*����,M,*B^����  **, ���  ��, >    *     �� f ,,.,,.  l  w-tn%��*��i^��n| ^fra"***  I  ,     !   ,1    .. ��� ,     ,  MM��tt*q<!(W(^^  (T^^W^^M'tH^  i  I  With a 6%% annual Increase, compounded, our teachers  Will double their present good salaries in ten years.  iPVlfc ll^llMtt+WW^MinWlliBtB^l)**^  .,1 ,.< /���> IIt,��;  Does this sound "unfair" to you?  -1'  - I I    t M   '    ����     I       I  .    , .<���'���.' 7<  'I.  ^fraBMMMfcl��WtW*lfW����B^'MW��^  fitfifflife^^  - haQboonforlunato In attracting lho beat quallllodtoochorainthecoMntry.-  ;iOuf province- Wdaihohlgljio&i pe^omago of teachers ..^H||)L$LM.%^$!tl.^  M&gfGo df arty province In Canada,  a*  ,.^*MWft*t��|r|,1l,,*-,M'f a��*ifpi��,'tHi*ftlll.|ll  ����..,,.  I  1  6wth��iWti<^^^  ��l , i  ''"*   I  ft^w^wwwp*)imww����^^  (sat****  l i  ERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  (    ' t i  ��(m�����^-��^^,��^^p<-'^*'*^h-.^|I'''��<  Jl (    ,*���/���,*���., .    , *"   '     'tl '**' ff'    ? "  '       t     ,  pWPWIENT OF EpUCATION  Hon. P. U Brothoro, Q.o,i Mlnlotor ol Ecjticcitlon /  ,+*rni imi wwi*  i|ttM(ii<f I | i'     'Mp   j..  |.(V���V^"( "''   ���'   , .,        ���    ,    -7,   ���.-, "hi, ,,,,4" 7.7,.,'  ,. ,., ,,,u#4Hi^*v4,yi^w.w��*.,.^^4.l,^^,,���)-fr,,V*4T,4'^'4l^, ,+>)^W  '7 "'''.'P , \^.'''   ' "I*',1}"  '        *'' ,7'      vJl|,\ *,'! ,,.,v,4~,.,..w>.4,4>,l*,,,,i,>M��,,<,mt,4MM4��,*,^  , , ,,,,A',''i  .~���,.m\,i "   ' 7 i    ,   '  *'     '    7"       '"   ,'      "      '      ""* *  '    ' ,'"' .        *,  ,1  I      I  ���h  ^m^mlmmm^mmmmmfmim^mi.  KM<)$<^nmi$i^^ '77
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Wednesdoy, April| 12, ,.1972
Bible" Comment
—questions answered
QUESTION:  In  the  issue  of  March   15-th
lhe   answer   to  the   question   seems "toN
luive Tf""break   in   ciintii^uity.. What   was
omit led? x
..' Answer: The lypogryphieal error, is
to he found in the 12th line. The complete sentence should hlave read, "The
kilTJi sent 'forth his armies and destroyed
those wickpd ones, alter which he sent
his servants to the' dispersed (into the
highways), ancl the wedding was furnished with guests."
 --•-QTTcslion:  What  is. baptism?  Who are
Columbia Coast Mission
subject for Holy Week
candidates   for   baptism'.'
Answer: The arguments over the matter of baptism result not from the complexity of the subject but rather from
the matter of authority. If the authority
of the Bible; is lo be upheld, baptism is
I'or those who''hear, believe, repenf and
Confess Christ by being baptized into His
death. Baptism in lhe original language
of the scriptures meant immersion and
nothing else. The final act of baptism
dul nol make one a Baptist but a Christian. The spiritual significance of baptism
Ls. lost entirely in the sprinkling of water
on the heads of unwilling candidates.
What do the following verses of scripture
ic4£h.__ah-0Ut ..the subject of baptism?
"Know ye not that so many of us as
were baptized into Jesus Christ were
baptized into his death? Therefore we
are buried with him by baptism into
dvath: that like as Christ, was raised up
from the dead by the glory of the Father,
even we shoifld walk in newness of life."
1 Hum. (i:3-4) "Then Peter said unto them,
Repent and be baptized every one of you
DURING Holy Week, Planetarium Mall
' in Vancouver was lhe sc;ene of a
series of religious lectures hy speakers
representing various ^dominations. The
day before Goo,d Friday, the programme
was devoted to'the work ancl history of
the   Columbia   Coast   Mission.
Speakers were the Hew Canon Alan
Greene of Redrooffs who had served as
superintendent of the Mission for 23
years in tlie Rev. Eric Powell, a former
Rector of Kingcome and tlie" surrounding
-"4-ttfHan   vi 14ag^iT- and—w-ho  is   nuw—d-imteUm-
a  base at  Port  McNeill.
The United Church and Anglican
Ecumenical plane sank recently under
the island's heavy snowfall and'wilt cost
$2,000  to" repair.
Donations are urgently needed for this
work  and  can   be  sent' to   the  Columbia
Coast   Mission   c/o   Bishop   Garfrell,   The
Synod,  Victoria.  The   first  $100 don#tioi\
has already   been  received"
Snowmobile controls
Spring Flower Show scheduled April 5th
in ihe name of JeStK Chl'l'Sl I'Orlhe I'fetnfe-
sion of sins, and ye shall receive the
gift of the Holy Ghost. For the pmrnise
is unto you, and to your children, and to
all that are afar off, even as many as the
Lord our God shall call." (Acts 2:38-39)
Does this not teach that baptism is a burial, that baptism , is a resurrection : to a
new life, ancl 'that baptism is for the
ren+issioiv -s-ins? Can—t-his apply to infants?
PENINSULA TIMES
OFFICE
NOW OPEN  IN  GIBSONS
Phone 886-2121
of, planning with the Hew Westminster
Diocese. It was his ministry at King-
come which inspired Margaret Craven's
character of the Vicai in "I heard the Owl
call my Name", ancl the book js dedicated   to   him.
, Canon 'Greene- recounted the history
of the Columbia Coast Mission from its
founding by the Rev. John Antle and
told ^om.e of his personal experiences
encountered while on patrol of the lonely
Indian villages, logging camps, light stations and isolated settlements up and
clown the B.C. coast. He told the audience stories; tragic and amusing- about
some of the men and women who lived
in these lonely, spots and_for whom the
visit of the Mission ship was an occasion
to be looked forward to for many weeks.
Then, while Mr. Powell read extracts,
from "I heard the Owl Call My Name",
Canon Greene showed slides of pictures
taken over his long years of service.
The programme closed with the showing of "Mission Ship", a film" made near-
ly. twenty yearn ago of the Mission ohip
Columbia on its coast patrol, skippered
by Canon Greene. The film included a
visit to Kingcome Village and showed
glimpses of the ceremonial dances, .there.
Following the lecture, cdfiee-- was .
served in the Members' Room when there
were many happy reunions. Among those
attending the lecture was Ernest Antle,
son of the late John Antle who had flown
from Victoria* with his wife in their personal plane. There were also Indians from
Kingcome Village a'nd representatives of
the Cape Mudge Indian band, all delighted to. hear that the Columbia Coast
Mission which had served them so long
and faithfully was being resuscitated. '
At he present time there are no ships
serving the^ Mission but a pilot, the Rev.
John Melii.s", is the new flying priest" with
with new legislation «~~
CONTROLS oil the registration andpp^r-
alion of snowmobiles as "all-tefrain
vehicles" in British Columbia will comg
into effect March island October 1,'lhe
Hon. W. K., Kiernan, Minister of Recrea-;
lion  and  Conservation  announced  today.
Effective March IS will be sections of
the All-Terrain Vehicle Act, passed in the
Legislature last year, prohibiting the
operation of snowmobiles in a manner
dangerous to, people or property or that
harasses wildlife or domestic animals.     v
Also effective March 15 are sections
of the Act "specifying that persons under
the age of 16 cannot register a show- -
mobile and persons under the age of 18
require the consent of "parents or "guardians to make such  registration.
Sections of the Act allowing municipalities to pass laws governing the operation of the vehicles on land under their
control also come into effect immediately,
as do sections making the vehicle operators subject to restrictions as prescribed
by-the PaTfe~"AcT,"~Forest   Act and  Land
SECHELT Garden Club's Spring-Flower
Show is scheduled for April 22nd in
St. xHilda's Hall, Sechelt.' Arrangements
were discusseCUat the regular club meeting on April 5th when show manager,
Mr. Eric Neilsen outlined' plans for the
show which will include a display of
paintings by members of the Sunshine \
Coast Arts Council. There will also be
a tea and plant sale and the show will
commence al 2 p.m. and continue until l
6 p.m. '     '  ■
President Mr. Frank Read welcomed
two new members to t+ie meetihgr also
honorary member Mr. Fred Kirkla"hd who
has judged many of the Club's flower
show exhibits and offered valuable advice
to   exhibitors.
,    Mrs.  Madge Hansen  tendered her resignation as secretary and was presented
forts. Vivien .Reeves was elected lo fi.ll
theVffice of secretary and Mrs. Joanne
Postleth\waite will be publicity officer.
The Club raffle was won by Miss A. De
Lange,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clear showed some
very fine slides of flowers, vegetables
and scenery.
With the fine weather coming, garden
tours are being scheduled, and Mrs. Janet
Allen will ho'd a garden tour on Sunday  April   16th, - v
Next meeting will be on May 3rd
at 8 p.m. in St. ' Hilda's ' Ha-11 Sechelt.
New members are always welcome.
Appreciated
Late in 197U the employees of Canadian
Forest Products Ltd., Howe Sound Pulp
Division, achieved 250 days of lost time
■accident free performance. Because ol'
this achievement, the management -of
Howe Sound Pulp provided the sum of
$500 as a donation to any organization
chosen\ by employee ballot. The results
of this ballot determined , the popular
choice to be The Sunshine Coast Recreation Association. The official presentation was made on March 29, 1972. Pictured above is Dr. Eric Paetkau, representing the Sunshine Coast Recreation
Association, '"receiving the $500" ~ eheqtre
from Mr. Hux Marshall, Union member of
the Division's Plant Accident Prevention
Committee. On . the right is Mr. Bill
Booth, management member of the Plant
Accident  Prevention  Committee.
with   a   gift   of   appreciation   from   the
Club  in   recognition  of  her  untiring  ef-
Whe'n   the  aquarist  at  the  Vancouver
•Aquarium cleans  or services the electric-
eel display, he must   wear rubber gloves
'arid*   ruFber-soled   shoes   to   avoi"d"-"being*
shocked.
SHAMPOO  -  SET       with this
$1.50   OFF coupon
PERM  -  COLOR
BLEACH   $4:00   OFF
CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE
TRAIL BAY  PLAZA  -  SECHELT -  885-2339
This Coupon Valid Monday-Tuesday in April 1972
NEW TRANSCONTINENTAL FARE IS LESS THAN EVER
All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now—Pay Later
c JOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS
tyQj*     '""■ Contact Your "Locat Travel Agent at        „ &?
***#      CONTINENTAL COIFFURES «°
Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Phone 885-2339
Act.
Those parts of the Act dealing with
regulations,   offences   and   penalties   also
come into force March 157   	
.■4-,.'-. Effective October 1, snowmobiles must
be registered and an identifying decal
wilj have to be displayed on the machines. Registration will be through the
offices of the Motor Vehicle Branch and
it -is expected that the processing of registrations will start this summer.
Accident reporting procedures for
operators of snowmobiles also come into
effect October 1.
With  amazing enterprise  and  energy,
Japan has developed within a few years
"..«■■ booming  trade- with- Canada.' The two -
nations are approaching a combined $1.6-
billion J,rade.
We often wish that we could find
something that tasted as good as the
nickel ice cream sodas we bought fifty
years ago.
WANTED
Mercury  Outboard
J5AE£HANiC
Phone 885-9626
CHAIN  SAW  CENTRE
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45c   javex Bleach
2t„,49c
1 Ib. pkg.
64 oz.
14 oz.  ....
Future Floor Polish
Crest Toothpaste
CHINA
LILY
20 oi.
Bean Sprouts
Chow Mein Noodles
, oz,,.
Kraft Caramels
Kraft Softee Toffee
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14 oz	
PERSONAL SIZE
.,1,0-Q^l
ALLENS
48 oz. .
ALLENS
48 oz: .
27 oz
Family .........
10 (0, 99'
Garden Gata,
m pz	
for
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