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Array -, J>#��wlWt*��f  v\  Some dissention...  Board approves  alternate route proposal  Registration No. T142  % 2nd Class'' Mall  NINSU  REGIONAL-. Board, under the guidance  of planner Ed Cuylits, has now  agreed its previous, demand that the proposed Gibsons cut-off be along the route  taken by the^power lines is not feasible.  This was pointed out', long ago by the  Highways Department following a comprehensive study by surveyors and planners.  However, the board is still not. prepared to accept the original route proposed by the Department and approved  after some years of ..consideration by  council of Gibsons.  At a special meeting ���-la^t week, of  the v board, it was agreed to accept a  thirty page brief presented by Mr.. Cuylits outlining reasons for not approving  the original route but largely going along  with an a.ternate route the Department  has suggested, it. will consider.  The brief had been submitted to directors for "perusal at. the last regular  board meeting. At the special meeting  Chairman 'Harry Almond stated that  as sufficient time has elapsed for all to  havd familiarized themselves with the  report it would not be neccessary to go  through the whole thing again.  Director Frank West moved the planners report be accepted, he was seconded  by Director Jim' Tyner and gained the  support of Almond, Wolverton ..and  Thorold. Opposing were Mayors Wally  Peterson and Ben Lang. Director Bert.  Slade said he had not received a copy of  the report and therefore was unfamilar  with the situation. Under the circumstances he did not feel, qualified to vote  either way. His abstention was taken as  an affirmative vote thus giving a voting  count oi nine tor and three against.  Mayor Peterson has two votes for the  Village.  Mayor Peterson argued that the route  proposed by the planner poses a danger  ..loathe  village ...water,-, sheds,, -it. -is -at.- a.  -considerably higher-4evel and will there ���  fore  have   more  snow  to ^contend  with ��The proposed alignment of Alternate  during winter months. Further it will ��(_.'��� appears to have minimal undesir-  cost a great deal more than the original able effects on the proposed land use  route proposed by the Highways Depart-    development. The alignment is a natural  ���menI and   the   whole project-will- prob.     ian(__ US(  also objected  to  the  likelihood  of interference  with  the water  sheds.  - _. ���     i  The^ report, however, contaips-,a  provision   that   the   alternate   rome   be   approved   only   on   condition   th\t   it   does  N not endanger the water sheds.  The planner's brief provided an extensive "explanation as to merits and  disadvantages of the .three alternate  " routes. Each is summed upTSriefly as A-B  and C. It is noted that C is the alternate ���  suggested by the Department but with  some changes added by the planner and  approved by majority vote of the board.  ALTERNATE  "A"  "Alternate *'A" as proposed, will have  undesirable land use consequences on  the study" area. The route*will be a barrier restricting safe and easy access to  the commercial centre from the residential area lying to the north. The visual  ,-and noise impacts of the route will encourage undesirable development of  "ribbon" commercial westward from Gibsons. C.'osure of some of'the-intersections  to reduce the number of local roads having through traffic will further reduce  the access levels across this route.  In conclusion, the only advantage this  route \yill have to the study area is that  is will provide an additiorial means of  access into the commercial area from  .Langdale and from points west of Gibsons."  ALTERNATE  "B"  "Although the proposed alignment of  Alternate "B" wi.'l have fewer undesirable land use consequences on the study  area it will remain a bafrier to the residential area on Cemetary Road. However, as this route would require fewer  -intefsee&eris  the  use  of  loeal roads for  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma ParK, .Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay,, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Union     **&&   Label   This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Volume>No. 25 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1972  Local representative^  for RNA convention  MORE than 300 registered nurses are  expected to register for the 60th annual meeting of the Registered., Nurses'  Association of British Columbia at the  Community Centre, Vernon, B.C., May  24 -��� 26.  The three day sessions will be opened  by Mrs. Margaret Neylan, R. N., provincial president and associate professor at the University of British Columbia's School of Nursing.  An; address   on   The   Patignt -   Who  Cares?   will  be  delivered  by  Dr. Muriel  Uprichard, .director   of   the   UBC School  of Nursing, Thursday  morning.  The association's first Award of Merit  will be presented to an outstanding nurse  on  Friday  morning.  Delegates from The Sunshine Coast  Chapter the local Nursing Chapter are:  Mr. Brian Young, R.N., Head Nurse of  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt and president of. the local chapter.  Greene Court extension  official opening plans  SUNDAY, June 25 is. the date set for the  through traffic < would be greatly reduced. If the problems of severance and  watershed protection can be resolved,  this route can be considered a feasible  proposal."  ^ALTEI  Weekend Fire Call  Police and firemen were quickly on West Sechelt toward Sechelt when  the scene last Saturday afternoon smoke started pouring out. She pull-  when fire broke out in this Volks- ed in off the highway and raised the  wagen. Driver, Mrs. Danielle Garnet alarm. Damage was extensive but  Suffiig'sSheS'���s77z7  Sechelt Art Gallery  now summer schedule  ably be delayed another year to boot. He  was supported by Mayor Ben Lang who  terse^ions~wQuld-be-4jequirGd-tO"  77 4&*&._.    _  ""   -A '*���" >   ���     . "i*'* '___��� <* t_%.  MISSING  Tr&iisit,rJie3rel.,���\^uM  provide access from the highway to the  study area. If the problem of watershed  protection can be resolved this route can  be considered a feasible proposal."  While the board has given' approval  to the planning department's recommendations final word still rests with the  provincial Highways Department. To  date the department's original proposal  has been supported by both village councils and ..chambers, of commerce of Sechelt ..and Gibsons.   Wl-...y������������'":- *--"7 ���,( ���  at the Gallery Shop in Sechelt. This  means that the shop*' will be open on  Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.  Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. On the  remaining days the shop will be.^fipen  from-IO^ajn. until 4 p.m.  The   change   began   on  Submit questionaires  *  ���  ���  Tuesday  coincide with a showing of the work of  Lou McPhedran who has lived here for  six years. Her art training was taken  iri Calgary where she attended night  classes. The selection will include two  portraits, a floral, seascape and several  scenes with local flavour, all are in oils.  Also available at the Gallery Shop  which is -the showcase for local artists, is  a fine selection of hasti-notes and water  colours by three new painters:-Miss Hinder, 'Mrs.; Elliott and. vMrs. Reynolds.  official opening of the 14-unit extension of Greene Court senior citizens'  homes at Sechelt. The Honourable Is'abel  P. Dawson has consented to .cut the ribbon and declare the homes open at 2 p.m.  ���^4^^-J-The--annual-"General4^-Meeting^,.of^..the^  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society has also been set for Friday,  June 9 at St. Hilda's Church Hall at 8  p.m. when members will be asked to  pass a special resolution approving a  ���fiMrthPr   loan   nf   $mnnn    from   Central  MarIg��geLa^^  ed missing from the Rental,,Shop,,.Davis.  Bay. The "Goertz" surveyor's instrument  was in a cream 9x12" box with leather-  fabric straps. Sechelt RCMP would'; welcome hearing Tfrom anyone having information.      >  REJECTED   Oh" the advice of "director James Tynei*.  Regional Board last week, at a special  meeting, agreed to reject lease application, for a gravel, opera tion near Egmont'  hazard,...   T*C���  _L  37.  seek opinions of parents  PARENTS of secondary school students contribution to your child's development  in the District are being given an 6p~-*~,~'"of consideration for others.  portunity   to   express   their   opinions   on Qoes  your   child   favor   the   semester  school, policy arid prograrnmes in a forty-    system  over the former ten  month sys-  question  leaflet  which  has  been  mailed    tern.  directly to their homes. How is the adjustment in general of  Commenting  on  the questionnaire  at    your child to high school organization as  last .^week's  school   board  meeting.  Dis-   .compared to elementary  school.  ^S^,rT*endeti J^^-SJ^S^.      How  would you rate the amount of  ���v  epartment o! Transport  yi  ���A'Ai.;*,.'*'  rejects warning request  . n.'^-W'--' ���������ii������'���'���"���"'-y-'-  ,7.77 ^.lyyy^^:',^.77''.w7:77777. ���  ple.tlng' these forms and returning them  to the School Board office as soon as  possible.  .'This will enable the Board of Trustees  to make an evaluation of both secondary  schools in the District, and make decisions based on the wishes of, parents, of  students, attending these, schools. 7 *  It"' is obvious that all' the questions  have been carefully selected to give the  board   guidance   in   formulating.. future  ALTHOUGH two or three.smaller.vessels vshiftirig''of the bahk7haVbeen passed to  Tvne^drewratTenUon"^ . ,sch��o1 policy. ,,The  last time, the boaM  such an operation,would ruin the scS graphic Services, along with our support-"    consulted   the   public   was-   during   the  'indmaulf^  this school.      '    ���*  .  Do you feel that school dances are  necessary and beneficial, to the social  development of your son or daughter.  What would your attiude be towards  an open school, i.e. students would be  obliged to be in school only when they  have scheduled class periods,  If you favor the above at what grade  levels, f  How   would  you rate  our  P.E.  pro-  ���������' -��� ���see page A-8  All committees are busily preparing  for the opening, choosing drapes, order-**  ing refrigerators, ranges and a washer  and drier for .the laundry, and interviewing new, tenants. All the new units have  been_allocated and it is expected that tenants will be able to move in on July 1.  Any senior citizens' wan|j$ig to have their  names on the waiting list, should. apply  to Mrs. Mary Walker, R.R. 1 Halfmoon  Bay for an application form, or telephone  her at 885-9347.  At last week's meethlg, the Directors  ���h-^'d'Hv^^-^rct^  Louis Hansen, a member of the board  who is ifi St. Paul's Hospital. His wide  experience and practical knowledge are  especially missed at this busy time.  You can give your moral support to  this worth-while project by taking out  membership in the Society. Dues are  $2.00 for new members and $1.00 for  subsequent years. Mrs. Alan Greene or  Mrs. M. Tinkley, both at R.R. 1 Halfmoon Bay will be pleased to accept your  .dues. ������ .; .......,,������  ,.   amenities of the area.  :ART^E')('HI'B-l��-  " Sunshine Coast Artsv Council will be!  "holding a public exhibition of paintings  and art work by local artists May 19 and  20 in the Trail Bay Shopping Centre.  Tho public is cordially invited to view the  fine paintings.  LOST BUSINESS \  Regional District planner Ed .Cuylits  ' in a; recent'"''r6pbHr''lrc��crHng','toi, tliei Gibsons, shopping area, says "while some  , Htorcs provide high' value������ goods, most  major Items are purchased in Vancouver  where ��� wider selection ls availablo", So  much i orishppping at; homo? ;    ' '    .   ,  ";���''P,RiNCESSM"i:,!:",'' "���'-;-������"������"-"���"���'������������-������ ���������'���������*"���"  Lois'Puull duughtor of Chlofwuid Mrs,  Henry   Puull  .Will ,bc,��crowned,.,Indlun,  of Transport has decided the hazardous    ing recommendation;  Following request by the Sechelt and    ,    Another ^e^uesr^r^Tne^h  District..Chamber of.Commerce,for estab- .^v.Xqne^to,;^.^!^  lishment of a'marker, a meeting was held seeking additional public phone booths  between 'Mayor Ben Lang on behalf of between Sechelt and Earl's Cove. The'  the Chamber and Mr. Exley of the DoT.'    company  replied  pointing  out  that six  (ii^^PflVji^Vtfp^vv^fvwup^;*  the sand-bar was inspected hut response    Public booths exist,at. this time arid an  Letter, from  the  Department  to  tho  Chamber states:  'Oilr'silds1 to Navigation Commltteo* lias  reviewed your request and has concluded  that because of the prevalence of log  towing vessels In tho area, a buoy, if  established, would- bo subject to ubuso  an<i would therefore'not be. reliable,  7 Ai'strUcturc to ,mark the extremity of  the huzard would also' bo subject to  abuse and would consequently require an  ��eXpcilsive^ebphlaU'catlon'��.,Whlclil.*.could*��|iot  Princess'*i.t 12 noon, Monday May 22nd div^7 ^  the Secholt, Indian Vlllago, grconf The,, which Jt' would serve., Accordingly, ,tho  crowning ceremony will he followed by* ORtablishhieht pf aids 'is not approved,  children's sports and concession stands Howqverr your suggestion for �� note in  WlU'bQ ppen,       \ ���      i   i ;      tho pilot concerning the enlargement and'  located at Wakefield"Inn, Cunninghams  Towing Service, Halfmoon ' Bay Shell  Service,-?. Isles Drive-Inn, Ponder Hur-  bour Chevron ������ und tho fonder Harbour  Hotel, Tho seventh is to bo established  ut tho Ruby Lake Rostaiirant,  Each of those locations aro relatively  freo from vandalism and* have, electric  power, for /the; overhead light,,whlclf has  a deterrent effect on damuglng llio booth  'or stealing. Cost of kuc(\ an instullutlori  is about $1,000 ouch and mu8t���bo,wtul.en  Into account- wherever, considering* locat-*  Ing uddltlonal booths which are so prona  to vandalism,' ,  The company added that its colnsta-  -hkjq pagoA-8  ���lie A]#^>^^*fM*W^'V*>i* ri ^  Community Conference on Education.  =T---^-3ecause.-...th^  ^bady^wJvich^docide'fiYhoW-nrm'uch^^^ ��� ' '���   wijl be spent on education in, this dis--  trlct,-the questions-are being printed, to       give taxpayers an" idea of questions in  the minds of their representatives on tho  School Board,  How  do you  react  to  the  scmestof  -system  Do* you   boliovo   that  the   school  ls  '.., im personal, .,.���. ���,..,���,,,. ���.���., .,.,,,���  ,, ���.,_���.,,...,,, ,  Do you feci that one short home  room period por day is necessary.  How do you rate your school's staff  touchers' In lores t ln your child.  p'o you feel, that a proper lunch room  for the noon hour arid for uissembiics is  ��� necessary'���''"'''"" "��'' "'''���''"���'"������''��� "������"'"'''������������2'<���'������  How would you ralo tho school's contribution to tho dovolopmont of your  child's, lndopbndcncQ of .thought and  action.  ��� To what extent;do you fcc-l tiiat'a  sludont having ^'sparo" periods to work  Iji areas of'his or hor7choice la part of  tho loarnlns prooosfl.  How well do you think' your child  copes with.-and* ullllr-os ''sparo'' periods  In tho S0I109I weak. ,,  Havo you vlHltod tho Hohool.thls y^w,  -��^Do���you^frtvol�����tl^o��commuh^ywscllOo^  coucopl, l,o, community uhq of tho. school  at nlKhls and wookendu, "-*"'i*��w  -- ����*  'Aro   you   willlnK   to   pay   Incroasod,  axes to' muka this posHlhlo,  llo\V "would ' you  rata' lho  school^'  Sechelt Teachers' Assn.  lffi��ll��S ifIllllfflSf 10 Sp^llII  SECHELT Touchers' Association has, in-,.,,iGoodridgo,. Gibsons and Miss BrondaAg.  vltcd mombors of tho School Board to    neW, Secholt.  atlorid tho S.T.A, meeting in Socholt on  May 30th, Guest speaker ut tho meeting  will bo Regional District planner Ed,  Cuylits.   .    .       : *r-.  .      ,        ,  In the letter of iliWltatioi},,STA pointed \  out that Mr. Cuylits rocontly spoko to!  tho stuff nl ElplTlnslono Secondary School  and, it, was fcUi,..lhatji,hc had Interesting  und valuable Information ��� which Hhould  bo fihurod with a larger group, Mr, Guy-  lits hopes' to havo 'informntibri' from the  recent census to present at tho 'mcollnf!,  ' ' Also schbdulcd for. Socholt iis' tho  School Board's noxt education' meottiiK  to bo hold on Juno Hth whon trustoos  will 'meet"the executive* of tho Secholt  and District Rotardod Children's Assoc  BILL  3  Mr. Hanna rovlowod sonic of the now  rules of tho Council of Public Instruction ������wllh'Vustoos,. and* pointed ou(.'that  a school whoso attendance'! had falloh bo-  low 8 pupils could bo closed, but this  would not bo clone without consultation  with residents In the area,     -   ���������  Sections of Bill 3' rbvlowcd, included  sections referring to teacher r appointments, ',.  1 AH now,.teacher appointments will, bo  on a continuing' basis but, such an, ap-  polntmcnt may bo terminated within the  first nlho.monlhH.and.tho toachor.pluced  on probation, This probation period will  latlbn.7Special  Education  will   b.o  lho   fiw?^  i nT\\c,im'T\\*imi \. l^^^triPfit i n __t����^rpnni'tPfl'*^H*f*linn!,i***^^  *toplownt"thls,"mcotlr,gr*rePf"''ted'**8chool  Board chairman Mrn, IShol   last week's board .���'���mooting,*--  Board chairman Mrn, Shollu Kitson at,    ?ny'..��lv" �� two-yonr probation period  mranannni  Manpower Department  plans^pqrMime'Qifice���  i**^flW��^rtM*P*"fl'BH*MN*t JSWJJ*,  ;,.;, l,"Oliq..���pi"H.Uonl-y a ono-yoar,, probation  period was allowed,  SPECIAL MEETINQ           '  ,   RcportlnK on tho mooting,hold.,recently tn Madeira Pari-;, truHtoo Bill Malcolm , ,4 jt n^q^l-  sald that ho felt t|ia old tcachoraKo al AQ^PllulS  Madeira Park wan not suUable I'or, use uh ,tl     .    ,   .    ,  a classroom for handicapped children,' 11'" nnint  ��S^yrt*feW"iH *��*��w*W*i9��iWsjoWiM��  had boon 8i,|i..oHtod that porhaps u ��orv  l'1ULLOWlNa7rcprcsonlntIon to tho po-;',ico group n,t 1'qndQi; ��� Ha.-hovtr, would lihc* iLI' "...' '.i  pnrtmpnt and ImmlKratlon for ostab-'   >" purchasa hulldliiK midorlals for a ��l'oc- ||1(5 ff flf  llKhmont' of an officio on  tho SunHhlno    iwl' classroom to bo built in oloso proxr ��� ��� *  to action!   ,, ���  ����� SunHb!  Cohsl,  a  roprcflhntnUYo  ot lho Dbpart  .W'.Kr'j!^'!^*'"^ wuH'ln'lhb yroa las't wobH mnHlh^ '. District , mipqi'lrilonri  ,Uuv,;,tl, ,1,*.,; �� proUmlmiry survey of tho clistrlcl- ,��� who also attended (hu  <2^.\'y,7,.��� U.J.J,   ���. Mr,  L, 'C'i ,Hw,un.  maiuiHor, of, Uu    lolt, thoro ,aro,.nol um , .  ;! ',     l'ojtvoll lUvor branch, told tlyj Tlmos'lt,    warrant i| school, llowovor ho pulntod  ^^i^la4.pJjHUi��aju-QPcnito.an^)ffko,*prohHbl,v'^l^^^^^^^  7 7*    Iu'lHouIjoII, ,oi�� WbdmwIavH and Thurs-    vimm) (|Hullfl��d lur'atlondnnce al  :*MS��w^;*fgMiBfc  ^j_fl%Uw*^-'vliMw^'T  ��llil^4WMim*��^M*^,.��m y'wt.. '1 *, ''", i t    i,l,.       ���(|,���l   ,"!*��(<�����  Imlty to tho school,  udunl   Mr,   llunim  special, meotlnf.  oiioui.h clilldrou t to  ' out  UhiI   ,        ,       ,    . tho  rqW*M|*^TaHijM^^ OhlUlrons'  AHt.udutl.m,  It wan  tlils AhhocIiiIIon's rotipiinslblllly to provide a<.eo|nmodullon, tlui Hoard Just pays  .Uta^iUloiv-tfoeiNw**^ ������������^-��  ..^ExpJahjluauvhyJLlakos^iio^lunu^l'wiU  a child to'bo ulassll'lod as retarded, Mr,  Humm said thoro ls such a long' waiting  ..ljst*lh. tho province, also ills Important,  OIWUl'O'"  .SrW^Mf** f*^��i^��g#��������tl*fRS(^1|  IllOlllll,  [Hcirvkcs, yffovqil wllj 'Jncludo* Jutov-  vhnvlng' omployors, thosa socKlnR vocal-  trrfUn t^^twit ntfYiy^T"! n^^trtwp j*iwf^ff^^Bi^KiT**tr^iili'  ��wltere*poB��U>!ef��to(jetlier*with^\ddnr)co'  fur fiti'duinht complatln'n tholr schooling,  Mr, Kwon had planned to drop In at  In Todpy's Classified:*  :MEDlUM-.ii^,u^l'riLluu.'J.l!irn),;,���|iuL'tublo,-.ruc<  ui'il  playor    .flO]  wash'lni-t    machluo,,  ���I i  tho.meotinn af lho  Secholt .nnd  niHlrlct   ��� .���"r?V"''  M'" l'����v��iivwi aim) his nnpo  ovor,-  ho was unablo* to mnko 'it nncl ��� Ul,u "* mM lB pl ),)olJy lwtcc1.  nuitur ' iMlWi  wood ' turning' lathe ' \yilh'   '"  'lyln til' nmwi.irlos and nuilon ijilVI); jlgp  isaw U'l Inch, no motor $00.  "���"Timor aaSs1flodnMirovbr"2;500ni'omb^  (10,000 readers),  ��� Times Classified* qo INjTO tlm,homo*'., ��  attoncllng a, regular mootlnH al  ,,Thb Chamber .wits rcsponsU  bbuklim an ofl'lco In the area' by,  Department HOf.io wucl^s *hjo,  nESJONATIOlfiS .. , .    ' , i  .   Touchers'.!,resignations .accoptoil ..with'  , rcurul at   Itut.t.cll  .,.,,.not.on,lQvvns7fltroat��LbrJn,,culvo'rt��,.  * Times' ClinhlflocJa aro lo^v-cost,. Hlalvpotuncy  Baloi tonics, < '  i.l .I ki >    1   ' i '    i  Phono Jlno�� open Sunday; classlflpd...   . ���.. ;��,,  Ihu Uuuril muattuji ^ihUuiUhU Mr^.^eaS-M^j^oMty*Q^fr-^UI'./jBl^iwkt*. ���,.   .-���7-4.i  Whouler,  Egmont); Mluu  Linda   9^^uul,_f,..*^,A^ ' J  mmtm?iiwmmi^mmvMr^t%m  m^frnJ^m^m^m^mmmt*^^  m^mmmmmfs<^mm^m  0^nmmmm^^^m��jmm<i^mmim  mammm>m^<i^m^mfmm^mm^^  aBMPBty*>#|ll��r^^  ���BfcWWf****  I  M*  #^4i*��-m&mm)��>lW4.^l>>fm  .\  ���4      |  I'M  I LWMirtrtwii»iwiuiLmywMiMuA«ivmw.j
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■*7 —John Atkins
Stewart B. Alsoard, Publisher DouA.as G. Wheeler, Editor
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J&aqe-A=-l       The Peninsula Timer
Wednesday, May 17, 1972
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Why Walk  In   Fear?
TWO letters in hist week's Time**,, were Our ...allani representatives in Ottawa
published unsigned at-tlk— raqutAM-ttl'—.ed-uortt-ie-tv .should he i_L_Qi.\L____,iit_\d.
lhe writers.' liolh. it appeared, feared weekend with aged eiti/ens and at the
some kind of reprisal might result should court level the stales are lipped in
their names be included. This is not new 1'uVonr ot the. wrongdoer."
I'or many  le'lrt'rs "arrive'with similar re- Consequence of our "baby the mm=-
(piesis anil in most cases, providing the • ina.r" altitude is thai in larger centres
original letter does contain a genuine il is unsafe lo walk the streets at night,
signature we oblige. " «" some Phiccs il is risky walking illone
* This does no!  mean we^pproye of    ir*  ^^  Ari-^  «*bcry  is  fast be-
prac.ice for it is our opinion-a per-    coming the" order  ot   the  day   rape  is
a comparatively sale ottence tor convictions are clearly difficult to obtain.
Thcfti drug use and peddling seldom rate
more than a trivial fine. Hot rodders drag
race down our main street with virtual
impunity regardless of the fact someone
could easily end up very dead—and we
do not mean the culprits.
We. are, in fact,, going through _ a
period of moral decline, ll is now faslv-
ionablc to adopt the garb and appearance
Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and  not  necessarily those of  The  Times.   A
nom-de-phnne nuiy be used jor publication, but all originals must be signed by the  writer.
Hz-wre   wc   DiirlrQ        ~\ struction even if one so wished.
V-*y*a   va   *-'"*-•»<■>                             .0 We can demonstrate'£lso,-that hoekey
Editor,  The Tinles,                                        4 Sticks in the schools can he used to dup-
Sir: This  letter  is a plea,  for all thos _*,_._,.e   practically   any   of   the   abrasions
Wind it may 'do, because the type of per- -on ,*1P floors, though wc know  this isn't
son to whom it is directed will probably tne   so_e   t.ausP.
jujI.. ..talie_hfifid .__         7 The TSkata     Club     appreciates Very'
Many people are aware that we have a much,  the co-operation and goodwill we
few  wild  mallards  around  Gibsons Bay. .iav_. enjoyed with the School Board and"
Since   the   sewage   project   has   involved maintenance personnel  even  when  there
lhe building of an esplanade^around. the |ias ._,Pen cause for complaint. Four years
bay, "much oi' Th"e^Ti~"~k7'li^ pelv"
the practice for it is our opinion- a pe
son should have the right and courage -
to stand up and he counted. There are
exceptions, of course, for one could
hardly blame a person for running shy
when he takes a public stand against
his union or federation. Very few such
groups take kindly to' criticism, as we
are   all   well   aware. ■
The point is lhat it is an abominable
situation when an individual has to seek
anonimity   in  order  to speak   his  mind
without fear of harassment or even of a past century. This might be con-
worse. Our western ' civilization, even sidered trendy by some but hidtous to
though One of the highest in the world,
is still a very thin veneer!
Idealists, sob sisters and fellow
travellers have succeeded in convincing society that punishment must no
longer fit the crime. An eye for an eye
ment lias disappeared. Also, the number
of people using the bay as a walking
ground for dogs has increased. The plea
is''for these people to keep their dogs wi
a leash. At least once, and often several
times each day, I have witnessed unleashed dogs harassing the ducks. Many
readers remember the. swan we had wintering in the bay. Over a month ago I
saw it being chased out by an unleashed
dog, and the owner made no attempt to
call the dog off. I have not seen the
swan since that day.
4 Gibsons
Editor, Tho Times,
Sir': Lately, I have been intrigued at
the ease with which one can acquire $4
thousand, and in only a few, fleeting
rnoments  to boot. I  am referring to  the
others.   It  is  certainly   in  keeping  with
general   retardation  assailing  the  whole
western   world   at   this   time.   Its  effect ^ ^ ^   ^ ^^ fo..
is   very  obviously   reflected  in  the  up-     poetry.
surge of crime both large and small. The^award poem was entiled, "Drift-
lf we are to return to the days of     ing into War." It begins thus: "A warm
barbarism   and   degredation,   then  per-     place to - - -.- (4-lette'r word, unprintable):
pie, young or old is bound to include
some  infractions.  ^___
It is therefore r.egretable that we
should put "in a seeming defensive or opposing position with accusations the
Board must necessarily process, of "wanton destruction" and "lack of adequate
supervision" when a little communication initially might have cleared up ahy
Had the marks on the floor been attributed tea school supervised activity,
and" we submit that such could just be
possible, we doubt the incident would
have got  a public airing.
However the marks may have been
caused let's, not forget that in the final
analysis, floors are made for people.
Some of the Skate Club me'mbers have
sustained wear and tear less easily erased  than floor scratches.
We   feel   that   the   benefits   accruing
Canada   Council  Grants, ^specifically  the     from the use of gym floors for this and
"        "    ' other   community     needs  far     outweigh
is  a  concept  wc.   apparently,   must  no
longer tolerate.  As a result we have a baps it rs time to turn the clock even
—permissive society bent on a battle course further amUhnng back public flogging,
of   self-destruction." hanging and rather larger dosage of law
- No longer do we hang vicious murd- administration.   Permissiveness   has   al-
. ercrs;  rather wc  keep them for a few ready clearly proved  a detriment to a
"year's   at   the  expense   of   the   taxpayer decent-society. It will be remedied only
then turn them .loose once  again  upon when the courts again mere 01.1 sull.cieu-     national- sweepsiake  also
■  society.   Lesser   criminals     are   allowed tly severe punishments that they actual-    ^nn^^evyjnlh^
weekend parole or night visits by wives, ly  "ict  '"s '"• deterent.
Editor, The Times,
S&: The Co-ordinating Council of
Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, B.C. wishes to express its appi-ecia-
tion of the excellent coverage given by
your newspaper to the recent Red Cros/
Blood Donor Clinic.	
The  Boot Changes Feet
'    THP RE was a time when  ldtyl  politi-   plain   terms;   it   has   taken   almost   five
cians who had  been elected \«r dir-    months for a final decision on one sim-
cctors of  the  Sunshine  Coast   Regional pie   request.                           ,.*..,
Board  used  every  occasion  possible  to In  all  fairness  it  must  be  admitted
-slur- the-pamrrcial_g(wernnieflt._ljLlact1  that  the   Board  does   wade   through  a 	
*t_ilu__Mn, r(\\_r_r\n] prHif deal of business during the~course that_iiJh*«_^_jayatuv^
in the Times took  issue with the sorry of each month. At the same iime, il this perhaps, I. should use it after all. I just
situation   We felt that as Regional Dis- one  action  of the  planning department don't know.  Decisions!  Decisions!   liow-*
tricts  were   a   function   of, the   present is to be taken-as an example, then it is ever, here goes:
This line was repeated 13 times, followed
by a sentence of similar calibre, repeated
16 times, and so it goes on and on. I do
feel that a more suitable title would have
been "repetitive".
• After carefully considering  the  odds,
I have deeided to take a chance on this^	
I accordingly . ~The Council also wishes to.thank the
poem, but felt many People"who responded to its appeal,
that before submitting it to the Council, Through their generosity the Red Cross
I should share it with your readers? Per- Clinic received eighty-four pints of blood,
haps our success, mine and Mr. Bissett's, Therefore, the Co-ordinating Council
niight encourage other poets who up un- would be grateful for an .opportunity
til" now have been too timid "to expose to use tlie -medium of your "newspaper
their talents to the cynical criticst of to- once again, to say to all those who par-
day's world. However, most, of uslwould ticipated, "Thank you, Donors for your
expose   anything   i'or   $4   thousand! most valuable contribution and for mak-
Originally, I had intended to cMl my     ing .this Another successful campaign "
poem  "The  Pregnant   Pelican",   out  dis- ' DOREENE A.  DOCKAR
carded   this.   Hnwe.yer,   one   must   admit
government and as those playing politics little   'wonder   directors   spend   such   a
had all eagerly sought positions on the length   of  time     attending     committee
board   then their continued snide com- meetings.   In  the  meantime the wheels
nts  were   in  very   poor  taste.  Gov- of progress chum painfully and slowly.
ernmental departments are notoriously
slow at making decisions. They always
have been and probably always will.
After all, they are not dealing solely
with the Sunshine Coast, they deal with
a   imTititcnfrr-ttf—pre^^
Poet's Corner
: by- Gheryle-Ann—Er—Jay	
You can rave and rant 'bout
the Council Grant ■ * ;  .
Of dollars, as high as a spire. .
But it's the way to get rich,   .
Without digging a ditch,
Or shedding a drop of perspire..
■ ■   Secretary,   Co-Ordinating* Council
Editor, The Times;
Sir: Now that it has been established
that there is to - .be : drop .of three mills
in the school tax rate, how does the committee calling, itself COST* justify the
prediction made, in the pamphlet, distributed , in Gibsons the - day before the
plebiscite, stating it was to increase by
three mills?
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Use 'Times'. AdBrieistoSelL Rent Buy* Swap* etc.
7 7.
In the pale golden dawn
That streaks across the ink black night
Are my midnight dreams
That escape my sleepy eyes.
Dreams of hopes of hapipness,
Of love and hate and peace,
Wars and blood .still scar this land
But I still have my "dreams cjoficat Hand.
demands from communities throughout a
large and vital province. It would be
somewhat fatuous for any one group to
write to any governmental department
on civic mailers and expect an immediate reply.
Such  criticism  of the  Socred  Government   has,  of late,  been  greatly  ro-    Of joys, of sorrows,
stricted  and certainly  not without  good    Dreams that never cease,
cause!   The "speed with which some mat-    Dreams of pastures green
.fers are dealt  with  by the   Board  puts    of lonely prairie by-ways,,
the   government   in   an   extremely   good     Of cold cruel winters dress,
light,   As a case  iri point  we  have  the     Ancl soon of warm spring days.
pess group applied lor rezoning of pro-    Tna, full upon my wem.y nC!ad;
perty in order lo construct 11 motel com- 0f fields of colored, bright flowers, ,
plex,  Location    was  across   I rom    the or mountain paths to tred.
Wakefield Inn, in. other words 11 com- ,,,,,/', 1 r  „
mereial   business,  The  area,   under  re- D.'onms 0  chlldrin happy and tree,
'     '     .'   ',  ,_rt_„  ij„t,i.*  ',:.,!   11   i,... Dreams ol husbands and wives,
cent zoning is now Residential  I    but Cnn unylh*nM huve moro beiulty
was  requested  that  il  be  /.oncd Com,-
...,,. mereial  II, , .. ,.       ....    ,...,.,.
Application was first made early in
January of Mils' year,"At the •Jimmiry
meeting of the Planning Committee tho
request was referred to the director of
the area involved.
Al   the  Februnry    meeting  of  the
Planning Committee it was recommend*'
eil lhe application I'or re/.oning be ap-
,     p r 0 vcxi:: p rv> y Ul 1 iYjlj, 71U17 He u 111 t7TVnU 7?;C)n I n g *7:
regulations be observed,
ll later transpired 'that ihe 'mallei"
had been turned over 10 the Technical,
Planning Oo'ii.nilttoe which, in turn, rej-'
eoted lhe implication. However, at the.
 March iiieLHmjj, i!k7 pli»miiiig,eoninilttcc	
overruled llio objection and recommended lhe application be approved,
Seemingly there was no meeting of
the eommltiv'o in April bin n puhllc hiMir-
—-Ing was held and an a result il was agreed.,
ihu application again lie7 recommended
for approval.
At ihe end of April meeting of the
,,Regional Board, planner lid CuylUvwho,
p—. had ...directed... the..,rpublle.~,heui'!ng,.„ jeo- „
oi.imiendod thai ihojiud'er he again luriv.
ed  back  to the  planning ■ commitloo,.
.   This,  il  appears,, wim In  light  of the
I'ael ihal one person had registered a
complaint during the* public hearing,
7 ■ AHRiunlnu lhe Iloanl oiko more ap-
, proves, ihe application, It  will not be
ol'IMal'iinlil the Way 2Slh meeting, In
Editor,  The Times,
Sir: On behalf of the Sunshine Coast
Skate Club, I would like to present a
few facts to counter what we think to be
an unfortunate release or report jn your
Firstly, -there is always a minimum -
of six trained persons required to put on
a skating session at Pender. Adequate
supervision could call for a supervisor
per skater if the skaters were bent on
mayhem but fortunately wo seldom have
more, to contend with than over exuberant  teenageis
Secondly,   wc  have   been  skating 'in
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have  adequately  demonstrated  that  our
skates cannot  be used  for tools of de-
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!     ' J.  I  \  Ij^ustriaLmpQiA!^  Coast Forest Industry  hit by wiidgat s  -MMsfer-anno  cuHiff  B.C. froas.t" forest industry is faced with  a serious threat to its continued operations. More than 700 ,of the 1,000 fallers  on the coast have stopped work in a  power play to increase their already high-^  earnings and their refusal to go back  to work���in defiance of court orders���  threatens chaos in the industry. Logging  camps, sawmills, shingle mills, plywood  mills, pulp and paper mills are all facing   closure^ if   this*  situation cpnUnujes.  Fallers are the highest paid among  B.C. woodworkers who, in turn, are the ���  highest paid woodworkers in the world.  Fallers average $93 a day. On the basis  of 170 working days a year, this represents an income of $15,800 a year. Some  earnings range higher; in one case $31,000  as reported recently in a newspaper.  Why are* fallers wildcatting for more  money when negotiations are underway  to establish an increase for all industry  employees?  Fallers work for a daily existing rate-  of $22.15, plus an agreed-upon base rate  ranging between  $1   and  $1.43  per  thousand  of  board  feet  cut,  plus   a  further  allowance   for   cutting   in   poor   timber.  In   some   areas,   the   base   rate   and   the.  allowances are written into a "formula".  These formulas, based on local conditions,  exist   at   MacMillan   BloedeFs   Franklin  River   Camp,   at   the   Englewood   camp  of Canadian Forest Products, and at logging  operations  of  Rayonier,  Weklwood,.  Twinriver Timber and Eurocan.  Mr. Justice Nemetz two years ago  recommended that the practice of entering into written pricing agreements be  continued and extended on a local basis  for individual operations.  The industry has done its best to live  up to this proposal, written Tht"67"*he "master agreement. Countless meetings were  held with the union. Two agreements  have been arrived at since the Nemetz  Report���at the Nanajmo operations of  Crown Zellerbach, and at the Elk River  Timber Co., both in 1971. The difficulty  the industry faces is' seen in the many,  many meetings held at Courtenay, Men-  ..... zies Bay, Eve .-.River... and Kelsey. Bay, -  where agreement was reached with negotiating committees only to have the  fallers   reject  them- as  inadequate.  The  problem  arises   because   the  fallers took Mr. Justice Nemetz' recommendation as an invitation not only to revise  . upward, pricing agreements in effect for"  many   years,  but  to  increase   wages  by  bucking, and begin negotiations on a  camp-to-camp basis in accordance with  ^the Nemetz formula. "*  4 The industry*, has told the IWA that  the proposal is unacceptable. When the  fallers go back to work, the industry.  would have no objection to sub-committees of the main negotiating committees  beginnings work on the problem while  master negotiations continue.  HONOURABLE L. R. Peterson, chairman  of the British Columbia.Physical Fitness" and Amateur Sports'Fund, today reminded all graduating high School students 'and students currently enrolled in  post-Secondary institutions" of leafhingTn  .British Columbia, that the closing date for'  applications for the following Provincial  "Government Scholarships is June  1:  Premieres Athletic Awards���5 scholarships each with a value of $1,000. Nancy  Greene Awards���10 scholarships each  with a value of $750; British Columbia  Athletic���25 scholarships each with a  value  of  $500  Awards.  Mr. Peterson noted that all secondary  schools in the province have received  circulars which outlined 'the information  required from applicants for the Nancy  ^Greene Awards. .It was expected that  these circulars would be prominently  displayed .on school notice boards. In addition, he _staled that -all- secondary  schools and institutions of higher /learning in the province had received circulars  outlining the information required from  applicants for the Premier's and the. British Columbia Athletic Awards.  Mr. Peterson encouraged all interested  students to contact their secondary school  principal or financial aid officers at post-  secondary institutions to obtain the necessary  information.  -The-Peninsula-Times Page~A=3~~jB  Wednesday^ May 17,  1972  r*  Premier visits  Jane 17  RESPONDING'to a personal invitation  from Mayor Ben Lang" of Sechelt,  Premier W. A. C. Bennett will attend a  Strawberry Festival in Sechelt on Saturday,  June  17th.  It is anticipated that the Premier will  participate in a number of local functions  while in the area, but final plans are  not yet  officially  known.  JOHNSON  Outboard    '*  Sales & Service  OMC Parts and Accessories  885-2812  Sechelt Home Service  Box 636   .  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechelt,  B.C.  The various ice ages caused the peculiar range patterns of maples through-  ,out  the  northern   hemisphere.  Sunshine Coast Business Director  ACCOUNTANTS  W. -Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT *  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  John  Bunyan  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  For    service   on    small    appliances, ���  toasters,  vacuums, etc. Drop-offs and pick-ups at  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies T  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  .Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie Street -Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  :       Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING "SUPPLIES  GIVE US A -CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS '  Our Cabinet Units Are All Pj;efunshed "Befor^.  Installation.'  R. BIRKIN��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C  Phone 886-2551  CHARTER  BOATS  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  -"��� Residential "- Commercial Wiring  Phone 886-7816  FUEL '��� "~      """  MACHINE SHOP  c  p,  ANADIAN      r ROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast, with reliable and  econornical Cooking, Heating and. Hot Water  "." ���".' 'FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and  Dolphin  -  Sechelt,   B.C.  10 to 50. per, cent beyond that. In other  words, the fallers wanted too much.  Even while negotiations were going oh  for agreements during 1971,, the companies were continually harassed by innumerable wildcat strikes on ,the part  ...of the fallers. And now, while master  negotiations are in progress, the fallers  have quit work, shut down camps, and  defied not only the industry but their  union   and   the   courts.  Last week the IWA-negotiating committee proposed the industr-y-j-abandon  its proposal for a day rate inlfkllteig, and-.  P.O. Box 62. Gibsons. B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979     ��� Sp '���������.mm.  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  ���  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY, DYKES  t?ower Point Road  SIMONIZING  Esslemonr Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons.  B.C.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, "FTCr  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  ori the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  247���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     E  BANKS  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and MaHin Road    Sunday School; 9__45_Q,m__~~,  ^MIjlVW.WfflBW*,-**--l'��W����WW)M>��*'MW  ll;a,iTi;;.7p;m,  Sunday Services;  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m,  Friday: Youth Servlce*T-r7:30 p.m.  ' J     PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phono: 88^7107  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  :" ''" " ^OURSCI'V''"'*'"*"  SecholtNrTuostsTlluTSr 10 a.m.-3 p.rn.  Fri. l0a,m.-6/p)m.,',Sat.10;a.rn.-3 p.ny  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  iMUVT"1'"'1'1 Kfx  BLASTING  PENDER^HARBOUR^  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CUSS.  9.45 A.M.  CHURCH SERYICE���11:00 A.M.  .   ��� Pastor Roy. Walter S. Ackroyd  7 Madeira Park -7883-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CWpiCH  (Undonornlriatlonal)  Sunday School ���. 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco ���^ 11115 a.m.  Evonlna Sorvlco 7*30 p.m,  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Pavli ,Bay Road and Arbutm  <2 blocki up from Hlphw��y),  CONTROLLED BUSTING  ALL WORK INSURED  .,.,... .,1..,.,,,���.,,,F,RED.4,DONLEY..4,4,..,...,,. .   .  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  TED'S BUSTING  ALL WQRK.FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donley 383-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Experf Blasting  FREE'ESTIMATES    ,  Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If No Answer Loavo Message at   - .*"- -*.fl83.2763*or805*?3:?6 s��� ���-'-  R.R,  1, Socholt, B.C,  ��� tijMtit&r  "Trio United Church, of Canada  SERYICES  St. John's United Church -, Davis Bay  Sunday Sorylcos -,,.0.30 o.m.  Roberts Crook United  Suriday Sorvlco* - 2:30 p.m.  Gibson? United Church ���    * Suriday Serfl��ofr.l]'15' a.m."���~:  , Port Mellon United ���  *     .  Sunday Services-7l30 p.m '  (2nd and ,4 th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev, <llm Williamson - Gibsons - "386.2333  BUILDERS  I *xM*f"?**WW*WF��  \.  Baptist Church Services  -BETHEL-BAPTISTOHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Socholt  Sunday School 10:00 aim,  ~M"3lTnnff^OTSlillt3"~1iTl*5^-mr~  XAtyARrBAPTIST'CHURCH-  "���^"���^^*P'iTfk'"Roadrfflbio'h��  , 7?  Morning Worship '9:30 a,m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m. ���  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  .._..R^,..n0BERT.AltA1BY,Ti-if^   '',;,'   ;.   ,(88M809)      .,. "'.",7.!  ,. .AlWARM WLLCQME. AWAITS,YOU,.:  tMnimmmn mmi9mi44m4im9im9m9lmkim94i94mddi��9ft4m��4m  r'"";For','Ali'''T'our'K'RQnova'i6n/ ""V"  " "' Alterations or Finishing Work ���  ���  ��������������� call ���'���      /"'  Cor Zuldoma  , PHONE.88*5-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAB HOMES  HlQ-i Quality , ,, Roasonabld Prices   i ,  Buy' a .Packaao and erect if yourself, or Qot  our professional help,      *,  GARDEN DAY, B.C. - Phono Evo��. 883-2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND   BUILDING SUPPLIES       7  JL���-, .Yqu^OnoJStop.-Bulldlni-Sfore',.,,,.-, ���_  Oik STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS '  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  .  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  ^M|r^���mer^-6rav��lr-^^in-tRoGkTretc^  Box 89, Madeira Perk  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  ���   Phone 886-7643  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park,  B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Sreel Fabricating���Marine Ways .  Automotive and Marine Repairs  . Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886.9326  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive apd marine repairs and  parts*; welding; sales; boat hauling; QMC 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.  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and'Garpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  * *���*������.  Complete Home Renovations' and* Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Bolt 798 Sechelt, B.C.  NURSERY  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  LTD.  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  OPTOMETRIST  , & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Ditching".���'Excavations    7������','     * 7  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,  Box  172,. Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  ,�����,*, Clearing -Excavations- Road<Bulldlng��������  Grading - Fill - Road Grayel -Crushed Rock  Phone: Sochelt 885-9550  Land Clean ig <-' Road Building  Tree Topping - Seleotiye Logging  PETE DUBOIS  ,    Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B,C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES   M'*~  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  port* Mellon to ole's cove  Toll 886-2938 or 885-9973    . Call Ua For Your Dlsposql Needs,  Whon Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available,  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Glbsoni 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen.  Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. ��. 885-2818  ,*f^'Tnr-.~f.T'Tw  HEATING & SHEET  METAL  ELECTRICIANS  ��kw!i  For AH Your Bulldlna Nood��,  GIBSONS-BUILDING*SUPPL1ES"LTD;  Tl 653-Soav"QW"TThono~ 8B&2M2 *~  f ���������.���.���������.i.-.i.iii..*.i..ii.i��i>w ������*���>������ -   ii m<,.m.m.,mamw���m,mm  Froo Estimates �� Fast Sorvlco  , G 8,W DRYWALL   ,���,PrywalLncauMlc.and1.lGxturcd.cnlllnQ��..."  . How, (wrvlnfls Glbion^aroa and tho Ponlnouja  Phono 884*5315 ,  Pox 166, Port M��l'on, P,C,  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  * _.     _     t ���  Roaldontlal - Industrial and Morlno Wiring  Electric Hoat ��� Lino Work  Phono 886-7244  Roaldontlal. -Commercial -.Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.    , '  Gov't Certified "Electricians  Phono , Day or Eyo. 005-2062   ,  JIM McKENfclE  ���   ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR   .,  Kc-^ldwilaFWTrlha'^anpnW  /^ppllaiico Repairs  .P.HONEJ885.9978J  Ook 387. Secholt, B.C.  '���yMsUtq'vMistrjIiiu  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO, REACH,  ���HsHti*4w.��*��^i#(iM Wti&9ilt.*f#lnW- EJWWuTft  ���  10,000 PEOPLE  ' '    I    ' ��� ���  THE TIMES, 885-y654  bit furnaces; stoves XindheXters  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  . , COASTLINE SERVICES  Box 798 '     Socholt, B.C.  ��     I    i  H'��� ���mi������ill   jm.i.ihhi     i   ��������!-��� ii)     I  i ii���.i.i.���.ii.i.m-h  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606    .  ,       Box 164, Secholt, B.C. ,  1 i'i.'.J^.mL '        .'7 ...���.-���.7... ...2.1. " *' ''  ,.||.>.|r|MW<*P��IWWW^WWIMI|l...l.l.|��.-WMIIIW�� ��� ���,.lll��� ��� l.-l.l   OIL FIRED >VARM AIR HEATING  ;:.,:, ���,.oil fired' water'heaters, v r  Nothing Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumblha  Roy Blanche ���^ 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  "���*nflit)II5fTl1^^  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL      IRONWORK  Phono 866.7029-006-7056-006-7220     .  ,,,.     -.    ,    FREE, ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE        """  ������ Welcome,., toJThe. FJoorshlno,.Coast���.  ,      ,      HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  ��  i       SpoclallsU In Cloanlno - Floor Wox,na  " Spray Bufflna'- Window Cleaning ,  ��� RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 806-7131 -Gibsons, B.C.  .    .,        '   JOHNSON'S      ~Z7   ���-pUiu>iHarMA'iMTRN7aTcf y  ,'   ,   i, ���     SpoclolUIno In: * ��� ' '  \  Paper llringlno, Interior A F,xiorlor decorating,   r-RtiflGloonlngrAlliypca-otnulkllno"���'���  *. '    Mnlntononco, Floor InMollntlon,  b.^,.1^,���Window .Cl<wr��tngfr��*-i��.~,i.����...,>,.��,..4..  FRANK  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  ROOFti  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SPORTING  GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  $ ACCESSORIES L-TD.  Fishing Supplies - Boots new and  -Usedr-i . . Large'k Small  885-9832  Sech.*H  SURVEYORS  "Al I Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Stearrtfltting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  __ ^ _,��� ._. it  LTD. ^ yt^  Govt.' Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014   .  ,P.O, BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.     . v  ���PENINSUL^V��PLUMBING"I-TD.   ��  Sales and Service"�� 886-9533  Everything  for the  Do-lt-Y6urselferl  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender  Lon Coates Ray Coates  886-9$33   '    '      89(5-9533 '  '.. . PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  *  PLUMBING-HYDRONIQ HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Goy'ti Certified Plumber  Phono 883-2720  Box 63 Macjoira Park,. B.C.  nnn* i (F%iu"��  PHONB.flB5.?7.1fl���AFT8R.4J.F.M,���  Box 642 - S��ch*lt, D.C.  i  Your Business Card   ln���Jhls.,spaco,..wllL.��� :��  roach nearly 10,000 pcoplol  Low cost ��� Hlph power  A. G. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Garden Bay, B.C.      Phono 883-2585  ''RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL���SHOP���_��� _1  at PqyIi Day  ' "Wo Rent or Soil (Almost Everything"  Typo writers - Lighting Plants - Tolayl&lons  Roto Tlllora - Cement Mixers . Lawn RakoS  Mechanic's Tools  PHONG 08S-2Q48 ��� 24 hlOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS 885-2151  RETAIL  STORES  C & S HARDWARE  ' ' '     '   SECHELT> B|C' '    '  '...' '  7sppu7rNcIs,urw  ���HOME-FURNISHINGS  "Phono 085:9713  THE TOGGERY     _  Ladlos' dfia* Children's Wear  ,w,'hinnm��M����f i-' c 1*H i< !"����������"��� i��"j** mt����>jir��i|��.f *���'*> ��� t**ii***M*����*��*W.I  Open six day* a we��k  . '..' Phono 885-2063'  ���  Cowrio Street/. Sechelt  ii/U*��Mii*Mfflsw"#*wi.��'^*r��M^'��'i*^'*l|"li'M*��M����'��*��"i'  COASTAL TIRES  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*5:3f> p.m,  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING ~~   .,.., .,. Scows���- - Log* , *..���...  SECHELT TOWING r^SAXVT^iir"  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towlna  L HIGGS   -     Phone 885-9425    ���  TRANSFER  Household Moylng. Packing, Storagt  ,,������,���,,.,,,,..,.:,,.Packlna.Mpterlals.For.Sale.,,4,....i,..,.   Member ot Allied Van Line*.  Canada's No. I Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gibsons, B.C,  p    SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  ���'������"'���"'������'���'���"���"���'WAREHOUSES' "  Gibsons 886-2172  , ��� daily;service:frqm;va'Rc6uver  ''  serving the sechelt peninsula  Furhlturo to anywhere In Canada.  Oanoral Freight. Low-bed and heavy haullnfl  ,   ' '    ���  ���'��� "���    ���     .     -        4     4.4!! ������ 'I     !4   '���    ..    .:���������������'���   ���      ���':���      .4  ���'.    ���  ', '.4   ���'  ���   4'.  �������M�����*M������������������������ ��  TnV.qiidj RADIO    CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC!  SECHELT, B.C. PHONE 885.9330  4��������*��^ELEV.ISION.-^APPLIANCES-*��i-^  AUTHORIZED  ,������ ....,.,  SALES ...^...SERVICE ..,, ,.., ,  PHILCO-FORD ������. MOTOROLA  .,-,. * -,. ,.,. .,4. ..-SPEEDlQUEEN- - ���- ���  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  8. SERVICE LTD.      .  ..   ADMIRAL*   ���    ELECTROHOME *  -��� "-" ond-'ZENITH'-'-DEAtERST" ~~~  ��� Gordon'Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson  In Tho Heart Of powntoyyn ^achalt  Box 799, Socholt ,885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS "     ;;  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS      V" ���*"��� ' ' ������.���������������"���iw���������������im i. ��� >��������� ������ i..i,i..- mmmm i �������� i.i�� mm  i m ��� n����� n. 11 ��� imi mmm-n  jrYPEWRITERLREPAIRS.&~SERVICR.  , Agant for Harmos Typowrltors  ���^HONtr- 886^7-28-���^���:~-  R,7 D. Thomas 8, Co.  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM;UPHOLSTERY;.,���....  AND DRAPERIES '  ���   ,   Sorvlco- Samples shown In (he, homo,    (  Phono 886-2050 often' 6 p.m.     /  -������ ;���-; or 886-2873* 7'.v.'7"\ *"  J  c��KBfr>| ijfta-t-Wltiaeim'ri  V���  ^  -I"  mf^mmfimfm^/^  mifymrffitift*^^  ���<*7  fpl  ti&j.<****>. tt**'f*ti^ t# * . *��� i *"*���< . \  \ v .-  V*"  V  Page A*4      PehfasHfo Times, Wednesday, May 17^1972  m    fj er.        Seehelt - Phone 885-9654  TheFeninsulaY*^ Gibsons . Phone 886_7244  ������AD-BRIEFS  -r  REAL IStAT^ (Cartr.)  RIAL ISTAf E (SoM.)  W@RK WANTED (Cont)        HELP WANtlD (coht.)   &���, ,, ,   , i ,    ; i  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    BOATS & ENGINES (cont)  ���'��� ��� '    "��� '  Published Wednesdays by  Powall River News Town Crier.  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  .    Established 1963     v  BIRTHS  ^  Member, Audit Bureau   of-���ircularions   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  x . $1.00  Three Insertions ��� . $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers . 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  ������  publication date.  Legal  or  Reader  advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card ol Thanks, In Mem-  oriom, Marriage and Engagement  notices ore $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line otter that. 4  words per line.  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.  GIBSONS AND SECHfLT  WESTERN  DRUGS  .   .   .   i��   pleased   to   sponsor   thii  Birth   Announcement   -ipsce,   and  extends Best Wishes to the hoppy  pa rents.  COUCH���Rom  lo Conlip  nnd  Sue,    a    daughter,    Tummy  1-ynn. April 21),  Overseas  $10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Local Area   ���  Canada    :���  Single Copies    .$3.50  .$4.00  .. -15c  Copyright and/or property rights,  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any 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  may 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).  Advertising is accepted on the  G��indition that, in the event of  biographical error, that portion  ot the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, . will not be charged for,  byt the balance of the advertise-  ment will be paid for at the ap-  pncable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled beforo  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work,  PERSONAL  \Wi_ weighing  f> lbs ll)*1.* o/.s. A baby sister  for Robbie. Special thanks Jo  Dr.  Kassen  and  Dr.  Swan.  8624-25  CARD OF THANKS  ��� a .   TO my numerous good friends,  a big thank .you for the  wonderful way you chose 1o  express your good wishes on  my 91 si birthday. My late  devoted wile ami I always  pursued a policy ol' improve-  inenl ani|, beauty wherever  we have been associated, and  retirement, had very little  meaning to us. 1 myself am  still enjoying this policy and  will continue until R.I.P.  says A.men  for .lim  Anderson.  r!f.48-2.r.  IN MEMORIAM  jMULLETT ���- In    memory    of  my    dear    mother,    Agness  Mullett   (Granny)   who  passed  away  May  20,   1971.  "Today recalls sad memories  of a dear mother gone to rest  and the ones who think of her  ^today are the ont^ who loved  her best,"  ��� Sadly     missed    by     Doris,  Gordon  and   family.      8625-25  place and  W/W.  kitchen   features  "(Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like  160 acres  near  \  Secret Cove  Well elevated property, sortie-  ocean views, trails and light  limber. Lane access from highway at only $67,500'. Some  lermr.. c/o. Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Hecheli,'- B C.     8733-tfn  FOR SALE���4.6. acres, partially cleared land, accessible  by trail with two year-round  slrear-qs, view, small, one room  log cabin with loft. Roberts  -ereek area. $10,000 cash. Ph.  886-2717. 8639-25  Spacious 3 bedroom Post and  Beam home on 1 level acre.  Spacious living room has fire-  Modern cab.  counter top  range and wall oven, bright  utility. 4 pc. vanity bath. Attached carport and storage.  $25,000.  Level,  cleared  view lot  in desirable   area. . $5,800.  ONLY $12,000. full price, easy  terms, for cozy 4 room home  on fine view property. A dandy little starter home. Close  to . selmols  and shopping.  Retire in comfort in this  charming Little, waterfront  home. 2 bdrms., cozy panelled  living room with fireplace,  cab. kitchen open to dining  room. A-oil furnace and dtili-  ty in bsmt. Complete privacy  in attractive garden. In excellent fishing area. Cash to  6  per  cent  Agreement..  On attracively landscaped  corner lot we are offering  an O.T. cottage consisting of  2 bdrms. up, 2 down, spacious  view living room with fire-  . place, comb. kit. and dining  room, vanity bath and utility  room. Matching garage with  deck above. Terms on $29,000.  I^T~~fnr ��� "salp^-Tiv�����wtttHh  clielt   Village, "$4.0(lfl.   Phone  ntP-BFcnrflttng  .   fi_^^T?rM^~-r^rr!. --nra-nW--���PO-R-^4i^l4-tM-^-<^i-H^u-^a.a^-^lS^Lil 7. HOTT^TON      glasspraft  886-2977.  8641-2-7  RENDER HARBOUR    7  Modern 4 year old, 6 room  ��� basement" home on large  view garden lot. Sep. dining"  room, wall to wall rug, within  walking distance all servicer,  in Madeira Park. Asking  $15,000    down,   bal'.   by    A/R  Beautiful     Marina     Site     in  choice   location   of   Madeira  Park.  Levelvwith over  850' of  waterfront.  Beautiful    level   view   lot   on  Francis   Peninsula. 225'  black-  -PAfNTiNfJ���  Interior   and   Exterior,   brush-  spray   and   roll.   Ph.   886-9984.  ' 8118-26  PROFESSIONAL   saw  JilTng;.  tool    sharpening.     15th    St.  and"'Qbwer "Point   Rd.   Phorre  8124-27  886-2701.  ARBORITE or Formica counK  er tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. Will'  bring colour samples to you,  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn  Help Wanted, female  SPRING  HAS SPRUNG!  The  -weather's great'- so get  out  *    some   experience   preferreds  Ph'nnt.   885.-9769- 8629-26  CARS & TRUCKS  I960 DODGE half-ton pick-up  ' wit-h plywood >canopy, $400  ���or..best  offer.'Phona 886-7682.  1957  AUSTIN  - good  running  condition,    $215.    Call    886-  7-6-72  8618-25  WILL remove car bodies  from your yard to the dump,  $10.   Phone  883-2691.     8568,25  REAL ESTATE  3  FIVE ACRE BLOCKS  within Village of Sechelt  Elevated, future view property, undeveloped beautiful location. West Porpoise Bay,  $9,000 each; cash. Phone 885-  9654 or write Box 310, Sechelt  B.C.     *��' 8610-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  Box  238, Gibsons,  B.C.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  top  rd.  frontage.  All  services.  SELMA PARK  2 ' double    view    lots.    Could  easily  be split 2 each. Asking   $6,500   each.   Terms.  Jack NoBle 863-2701  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.'  936-7292  8606-24  FOR RENT    ���   .   .  3 BEDROOM secluded waterfront     home     near     Secret  Cove.   Only   by   annual   lease,  at   $225   month.   Ph.   988-9317.  8623-25  ROOM  -and   board   available  for  one   female.  Phone  885-  9085.   "... 8609-26  WEST SECHELT���2 bedroom  fully funrnished, auto oil  heat, close to beach. Yearly  lease, reliable couple only.  $120 month. P.O. Box 366,  Sechelt,  B.C. 8650-27  GENTLEMEN only. Bed and  breakfast or full board if  needed in comfortabe home.  Apply -after 6 p.m. Ph. 886-  7146. , 8122-25  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  1  BR. home on W/F. To pensioners     or     middle     aged  couple,  No pets.  Ph. 885-9770.  8647-25  of the house, start earning  money as an Avon Representative. Discover how easy it  is to sell Avon, products to  friendly people. Representative needed for Gibsons to  Langdale territory. Call Collect to Mrs. Matches 929-2592  or call Inge Harrison 886-  2967. 8518=25.  HELP WANTED  PENDER Harbour area ���  Marina requires young man  16 yrs. or over for duties  -around Marina starting late  May. thru summer. Apply Indian   Island   Marina   883-2444.  19.55 CMC truck and -camper  in A-l condition, no rust out.  Alsp 1963 Merc, pick-up in  good shape. Phone 886-2441  after 6 p','m._ 8126-27  1970 FORD Maverick, 6 cylinder, standard, red, clean,  one owner, new battery, new  exhaust system, new tires, recent tune-up, includes set  snow tires, $1,700 or best offer. 885-2359 or 885-2266. Ask  for   Bryan. 8632-27  BOATS & ENGINES  17   FOOT  Clinker boat,  make  offers.  Ph.  886r2978.    8123-25  stercraft boat and trailer,  less motor, as is where 7is  $350, api^ly Gordio. Ph. 883-  2444.        ��� '--  '   -. 8628-27   . : , -\    ���  LAST OF THE 71's ,  50    H.P.   Evinrude,   Standard  shaft.  Full  Electric.  ONLY $995.00  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender   Harbour  883-2266  8541>5   \   l5V_ FT. llourston glasscral't  with canvas, lop. as new. 35  h.p. Chrysler, two tanks, anchor, life jackets. Phone 883-.  2403. * 8619-26  lost with 5,5 h.p. Johnson.  C-W trailer, all lop condition.  $1,800.   Ph.   883-2624.,      855S-25  18 FT. plywood * outboard  boat with complete caYivas  top. Cah be seen at Garden  Bay, full price' $550 or nearest  offer/ Ph.   883-2416.       8585-27  1968 DOUBLE Eagle, 10Q  Evinrude outboard and trailer  for   sale.   Phone   885,9867.  8574-t'fn  12   FT.   CUSTOM   made   plywood   boat,   newly   painted.  _4D���H.P.   Johnson   motor   \vitU_  5 gal. tank. Trailer, new  lire jackets. Price $400. Ph.  885-9638. 8626-25  FOR SALE  GOLD MEDALLION HOME '    *  Year old NHA spli't-level with 4 bedrooms. In Gibsons,  .first house on'Shaw Road. 1S50 square feet plus basement. Citation kitchen with nook and diningroom.  Large family room, utility and two baths, livingroom  with fireplace, and fireplace in basement. Wall-to-  wall   carpet  and   feature   paneling   throughout.  FULL PRICE $45,000 ��� PHONE 886-7468  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  ��� 8128-25  LARGE lot 80 x 268', Redrooffs Road. Potential view  on paved road, power and  phone available. $3950. Phone  885-9654.. 8534-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  GIBSONS   WATERFRONT:  Very attractive year-around  home on a nice safe beach.  Guest cottage and garage  workshop  a   rear;1 all   on   flat���WiTT  landscaped    lot    with    private  stream.  F.P.  $42,000.  GIBSONS    VILLAGE:     Centrally   located   3   bed.   home  (one in teas.) on a nicely landscaped lot. F..P. $20,000,  WATERFRONT   PROPERTY:  Gibsons   Bay   area  -   2   lots  on  nice boach "and  other  two  lots, gust   behind  with   O/T  3  Wanted to buy  PRIVATE  waterfront  pay cash ior  property at beach level. With  or without dwelling. Between  West Sechelt and Gower  Point. Phone collect 112-52,6-  8981. Or write Mrs. R. Cooper, 105 Princess Street, New  Westminster. ; 8622-25  5,3 ACRES, Shaw Road, Gib-  sons     Village,     5  NEEDED immediately, accomodation for single, mature working man iri area of  Lang-dale to Gibsons. Ph. 886-  2844 after 5 p.m. 8129-25  WANTED TO BUY  WANTED   ���   Small     electric  cement mixer with or without motor. Phone 883-2231.  8582-tfn  ORNATE brass beds and any   part of���brass beds,���brass-  cribs, any condition. Private  collector. Call Vancouver collect 684-4577 days, 7>38-0.108  evenings. 8634-25  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD:  GOWER  POINT ~ No.   2463  Choice of. choice lots. Almost \_ ocre treed lots with Gulf view.  Regional|,warer ond hydro. A very good buy.at $5,"250. Public park  and beaches, handy, school bus pickup. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free -. ZEnith 2012  GOLF COURSE No. 2508  Almost on acre directly across from Golf and Country Club. 90 ft.  fronting highway 101. 522 ft. of side road frontage, mostly gentle  slope to South. Just steps to Community Recreational site. Ideal  for the enthusiastic golfer and don't forget possible subdivision.  Full pricp -only. 4$95QfL,4Shar.e���this with a friead, only. $450.0 opiece).  Nowadays the accent may be on youth, butthe stress is  on parents.  Take the stress out of your Real Estate or Insurance  problems and contact a competent representative at  Sechelt Agencies Limited.  CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 eves or office 885-2235.  HALFMOON BAY   No. 2554  A wee homestead cupped in a rook bluff surrounded with a break'  on the seaward side for view. Old but snug house and outbuildings.  Good spring water, four and a half acres well treed. Terms on  $15,000 CALL JACK WARN eves 886-2681.  FAMILY HOME ' No. 2360  Dining room, 3 bedrooms, living room and fireplace, carport, delightful finishing and all on one floor. Close to beach, on good lease  lot just $70.00 per year. Asking $19,300 with $10,000 down. Your  offer-will receive full attention; CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  GIBSONS���View No. 2430  Attractive, well maintained home, central location. Two bedrooms,  convenient kitchen, large panelled living room, sun deck, ample  storage space in basement in addition to finished room with grade  entrance. FP $21,000 terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  MID-SECHELT LOCATION No.   192555  Revenue, plus! Moderrv-olmost-n&wv-well-cored for���heme, with iix-  -cellent landscaping, oh quiet residential street, main floor features:  2 large "bedrooms, living room with picture window and roman brjck  fireplace, colored vanity batb and electric cabinet . kitchen with  separate dining area. Hardwood floors throughout. Revenue suite in  basement area is fully furnished, self-contained up-to-date quarters  with vanity 4 piece colored plumbing. Rented at $115 per month-  Located close4o shops, park, school and waterfront. Asking $f3,000  down on full price of $32,500..CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 or office"  885-2235:  SELMA PARK No-. 2484.  Summer house on the beach, protected by breakwater. Two bedrooms  and front porch. 750' floor. Lease land $6,660 for cash, CALL JACK  WARN 886-2681   eves.  KEEP A HORSE 13*17161455  Big lot, 135 ft. by 140 ft., adequate room to build small barn. Just  a short gallop to lots of old logging trails. This 4 bedroom home  recently remodelled has a large kitchen and full basement. At the  full asking price of $19,600. This home requires some finishing.  Good private water supply and city wafer main is at the road. Only  short walk to good fishing and boating area. Some terms may be  considered. CALL BOB KENT 885-9461   eves or office 885-2235.  LARGE LOT No. 2398  Western slope, future view of Gulf, this cleared lot is 72x278 feet.  Plenty of room to garden, or ??? Water, phone, black topped street.  CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  SUPERB VIEW . . No.. 2311  This Davis Bay lot is the finest view I 1<now. No old homes here,  not possible to spoil the view. All services. Asking $6,250, terms  possible.  Let me show you. CALL PETER SMITH   885-9463 eves.  WORK WANTED  Meetings   8:30  p.m.,   Thurs-  ~..!*.Mt��wW>lw.P4\^,fiK��^  ity   Hall.   Ph. ��� 885-9327,   880  minutes  walk   to   high  school,  $10,000,  bod,   home.   We   havo  11 ..good���GlMiiuwHM^fiitUw^ningsv-  WANT  your  grass,   cut?   Call  885-9054. *       8044-25  &  selection   of   other   waterfront  properties so don't  hesitate  lo  8598-tfn  BUSINESS machine repair  ���aer-vlcOr-Phone 886.5*728,���r-  7993-tfn  2343.  4979-tfn  WISH  to contact Latter Day  Saint's members. Phone 885-  2175 or 886-254(5, 6706-tfn  "COAST "CONTRACTING"  Building - AIL,typos...  .  nooflng - Dujnmiri  SJIilngloji  Shakos - Aluminum  Pnlntlii.r - IiVI.,'Exl. - Hos, &  Commercial  Concroto,.- hnfiomenif. - Rl<lo7  wnlliti ��� iieu 8. retaining'walls.  Floor covering - ItimiluHon,  Phone::886-7il20  . ��� (lOGfRfiv  COMINQ EVENTS  TWILIGHT  "laying  Theatre,   QlhHons.  ���lt>   Sal,,   Tvlny   20,  Summer of '42, Adult Knlor-  talnmont, Wiarnlng;  A  lot o"  "fiWonrlnKr"3nt7-Mny-20rt*,M,ntL*  nee al. 2 p.m. ScanclalouH John  "CI". AIro on May 21,22,'23  ,1(1 it p.m. Sun., May 21 al 11  'p.m,  )alo  night  horror tihow,  Count Ynrgu pUin "Rodirn of  Count  Yorga, 11120-25  ROBERTS CREEK: 12 acros  . o I' .sgc 1 us I o.ii, 7 ca I., i a on ...pro*.  pert'y, partially cleared, year  around stream, How about  that?  GIBSONS BAY AREA: 2 bed  ���"*"homo"otr*ti vory-nttrnclve���  lot. Owner has  reduced  price  , I'or a (|UlcK ,��a,le |o only -flO,- ,  501)',  ROBERTS CREEK, BEACH  AVE,; 2,(1 acres with 200'  IVonlugo. Level, lightly Irood'  and close, lo beach , nee��|trt.  Af.kliu.'only .*.1.!��,000.  SO A MS POINT; Very tloop  ;lol from highway lo I,each  with good treed * privacy,-  H'cruen for 'the 2 bdrm, homo  on boach.Hurrounded hy lawnn  and gardens,  "    r '      Monibor1*���"'""���"   '  Vancouver Heal Mutate Hoard  , PiioNii" ms-m*   Notary Public  Vlnco Prowor        886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Ron McSavanoy   886-9656  Rox 238, QlbHonr-v-U'C-.   .  (1127-25  CHARLESENGLISHLID.  REAL* ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  ,'Gil5^ns7'B:Cr"-~"0~~-i"-'-"w" -~- ^���886-2481M  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION: Where the .action, Is!  Drive around, see new houses going up, There's a  lot for you out there, prices from $3000 - $6000,  Buy now while they last.  LOVELY.I'r the word for this place on Gower Point  Road, An ac're of landscaped grounds with a View  over the Gulf with house delightfully positioned a-  mong the, trees, Only, f lye-years old, thehouse was  built by owner who spared "rib expenses to achieve  perfection.' Large living room with brick fireplace,  modern kitchen, 3 bedrooms,, lots of storage spaco.  Lower floor has rec room, kitchen, bathroom and  bedroom, This place must be seen to be appreciated.  Full, price Js $/f2,50Q on terms,  ,      ,  w'��#wi mm. h*hiMihwi) f m  4. I       .,,,  tMMtti*.��*>HRM<-,* <*��*** MnW>m<NH  JOHNiEN LID.  ��lrfKV*"�����IV jn.|J~  ��<W*  tr^jY**~  Pender Harbour  Teh 883-2794  POST &i BEAM���Largo, A bedrooms, 3 sola plumbing/  pleasant vlow of mountains and sky, Built to VLA  standardsand si III sq m a 11 f I <i s f 6 r s a m b" Oh * 1 Vj? aero s  PLEASANT  COTTAGE-rQn   1   acre,  2  bedrooms,  ^oqfd-mqfcc-ldoai**^  ���  ���    tp^py! ����� ���'������    ���.-..  -��M��Mr��*��^M.r,1^rhr,Mmff ii ��� i wi iMH���������������!MWHiwi im in  mil i !��� ii   mi   h)KiTr��MiKBWim^^  lake, 70' of beach, This is' q good buy, Phone me*'  tpdayl *,.  J��l-��.|^NPCD*tl$"TINGS ���   Call John Broon at 883-2794 (24 hours)  ACREAGES   FOR   POTENTIAL   SUDIVISION   AND  INVESTMENiT-PROPERTIESr*-"^������  m  5, ac res���-315x660 or\; Chaster ^Road, |cy/o| treed ac-  .   res, A sound Investment at $8500. Terms with  $2500;"'ddwn; " " '" ;"   " ������������-"���" ��� - -  acres���167x660 on Comc'tery Rd,r'pQh6rdmlc  view, $5500.  Vi acre**���-99x2^3,on Gower Point. CJoso to beach. All  5 acrcs*7~3QQx66Q on Chaster Road, Cornor lot. Level,  troocl, excellent holding potential, $8800,  1.68 acres���-13.0x563 on highway 101 ancl Veterans.  ��� Flat, trood, qll services $6600,* *        ���  2   acres~T-320x274   on   Chaster   R<l,   Level,   treed.  Priced ,to.sell,. $4400,    , .  ^~Vodr6bm-)iprh6r^HIgl^vyay--l Ql7^G|b{.Qn8-Vl!|agor~  Close to schools, 'shopping transportation, well main-'  .^UaodjpadouiMivJng-w^^  carpets, Lots of cupboards with cllnlng" area off kit-'  chen. 4 pee, pambrok'e bath, Sundeck and carport.'"  ��p��*p��jaB|��|rw����yif|^  i,...i ...... ....���..��^.���-,��..,.^���'.���f:....���m.,,��,  DAVIS BAY���Vlew cleared lot ready.to build, $5500,  ���   LISTINGS���WANTED  is trt^Milt IM"��-����Hrt k(*tM*! * i  4-|       It t.  K, A, Crosby 886-2098"- J." E, White 886-2935  J, Vlsser 885-2300 . *  DAVIS BAY   No.  2388  Half acre view lot  10G'x22u' overlooking ocean at Davis"''"BSyT^SIiN"  uated at end of quiet street, "nearly level. Nice choice of trees but  easy to clear. Only.$6,200. CALL DON  HADDEN  885-9504 eves.  LARGE FAMILY���4 bedrooms ���     ���' No. 2437  "One on .ni'ain floor,- three upstairs, full high basement with' dev-  elopment-potential. Auto oil furnace. 100 amp service. Lovely view.  FP$16,500 terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  SECRET COVE , No. 2469  Private wharf in deep protected-bay. Pleasant panabocle" cottage with  rockbluff for a patio. Guest cabjn and complete privacy, $30,000  ���cash. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681 eves.  EXCELLENT VIEW LOT No.   162543  Lot is approximately 66x]70 ft. Level area facing wateRfront, Phone,  hydro, and cable vision, city water available. Only short walk to  beach area, and easy boating access, Full price less than $6,000.  CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 eves or office 885-2235.  MADEIRA PARK VIEW . ,   ' No. 362542  Commercial type lot next to entrance off highway  101  at Madeira  Park, Now is your chance to get Into this property at the low down  J}a,yjprjentj4^nly,^2  you can expect to pay for a'residential  lot,  $6,000'.  CALL  BOB  KENT office 885-2235 or eves 885-946).  SEA VIEW HOME ., No. 2400  Near  new all  electric   2  bedroom   home,   large   attached   garage.  . Beguj[M  range,  fridge,., and,.deep  freeze,.. As.klng. $22,000,. with  terms,  All, ,  reasonable offers examined by owner, Let us help you Into this desirable home at terms to sujt you, CALL PETER SMITH  885-9463  l^^TSrTOW*E'm"^w*^^ ��'-"LI" ������ <��� ������' '���' *'"' ���'"���������'' ���* No. 2158  2 bedroom, insulated ancl remodelled, all new kltchon and bathroom,  on good lot, westerly vl<jw, |ust $14,000. Pay only $1,00 taxes, See  this in Selma Park and see the value. CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463  eves, .    ��� ' ���'  -CYCS7  SELMA PARK No. 2503  Nlcoly finished retirement home at modest cost In Selma Park, Has  ��flreplace*and-oll*floor��furnace,*Lease-$50,00pep'year"untll*January*-  lsl, 1976, Full cash prlco only $8,500. To view call DON HADDEN  885-9504 eves.  GOWER POINT ~ : No, 2520  Ms aero WF, 100'x200' with three summer cabins on. Good fishing,  $25,0,0.0, try your terms. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681  eves,  SECHELT INVESTMENT^ : ' No, 202546  Present'rental shows an, excellent return upon the Investment) of  $6,000 down payment,, the 'balance to lio'carried at 7% I, Control,  village location Is convenient to shops and school and to tho waterfront, Old, but warm, facing south this 3 bedroom homo Is rented  the yeaLrqun<l.J".IPt'.o^  tho house you.couldn't liny the';lot alone,for.much less,than.'hd|(7tho  asklno price of $10,9001 CALL BOB KENT, office or qvos 885-9461,  VIEW LOT ' No, 2043  $5,950,.���. this Pavls Day lot Is 66��187,ftu,hlQl\ for vlQWy but.ox-,  collont access at roar, All sorvlcos,- Also1 lot alongside for purchase,  CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 ovos,  COMPLETE PRIVACY No, 2539  Outstanding view, now two bedroom home, fully insulated, Spacious,  high beamed living room- kitchen:' Latae sundeck. Fully electric  Four piece bath, Bqsement for storage, Level parking space, $22,000.  CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  <\    STONES THROW No, 2423  ������Just.4Q,4stono!s.,��throw���from-the,.waterfront,��a4prestlgo,,4.three,.bedroom���,  home situated on a largq cornor lot, Panoramic vlow of Porpioso  Bay, Constructed by competent builder to bettor than NHA requirements, Ensulte as* well as vanity bath on main floor of 1274 sq, ft, .  For the lady, of tho, house a bright modern kitchen with literally  walls and walls of fine cabinetry, Makes meal planning |ust a delight,  Full cement basomont, Furnace ancl hot wator by automatic oil, FULL  PRICE on this beautiful home is only $39,500, Offers on down payment will bo ontortqlWHl, CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 or office  , 685-22357 '    ' '        '���   -" '"���"���.' ��� ' '   '  STREET TO STREET LOT No, 2399  Partly cloaroc), this   100x135  (opt  lot has gorgeous ylow. Wator  ,���ond,hydro.,.Faclng.west,wsuriny,.Asking $5,500,with-$3,000 down,  'Zoned'Rlr'hewaroa7CALLiPETER SMITH'885-9463 ovos;  RUDY HAKE" ""~T~~~~"   ".:���"        '" No. 2436  Lqkofront lot, 103' on water, drlyoway In, Clean fresh water, groat  ������"���for Kids, Maka a .cash offer'jo the term1 prlco of $11',000 half cosh,  No commorclal development allowed,  so won't .bo  spoiled,  CALL  PETER SMITH '885-9463 ovos,  GIBSONS RURAL '     ' ��� - No,'2521  Over 8 acres bush ond pasture with habitable cotlngo on, Regional  wqlor, Rll zoning, $20,000 torms, CALL JACK WARN 886-2.681  ���*wevo��r*"  WDWW   60!. WATERFRONT kOT. 4. .,,..., ,���.., Mo, 162513,  Ovor 60' of sea front boach. near Davis Bay, as well as highway  .front onn, Full price of $13,900, This has to<bo the finest vacant lot  ,*qvq|lablo,Jnw|hoJPavU.,"3lpy1j,ciroQ,t.CA".L..BOB^KENU.to,^vlow.thl��  property oyos 885-9-161  or office 885-2235,  SUMMER COTTAGE       ""^ ' No, 8301  Low priced Cedar Cottago, walor and hyejro.. ylpw of *Secholt-lnlot,r  ,���.walk.to beach and.boat-launch, Built-in prlvocy��Askinta4''iO0O.wlth.  $2(500 down, You will lovo III CALL PETERJMITH,;055:9*463 ovos,  REDROOFFS ROAD ' ^    ' No   ^^  Good lovol building silo with vlow of sqoancl closa qccoss, $5,500  oany lorms, CALL JACK WARN 886-2681 oyos,  ,VERX PRIVATE 7 7 ;',, . '" . No. 1624,5fl  Down n poacblul country road, from highway 101, 1,36 acros, Qulot  on'oymont of cbmmpndlnq soq vlow from ploosqnt 3 Iwlroom homo,  Cosy flroplaco, plctilro window, H00 sq, ft. of homo with garaoo and  ~outbu||d|ngrSoVvlc��N.|nc|Hdo��^  $20,000 cldwn'bn full prlco of $40,000, CALL BOB'KENT 885-9461  GEORGIA STRAITS WATERFRONT No. 2499  Looki 800 foot shoreline,, boach,  17% boaullful ond rugged acres,  boach, Can bo bought In ano or two peporqto parcels. Asking $75,000  .l9r,��(nqlo����!"��wllh halt cg?h, Doyoloper ororogpnurchaso,.q groqt  opportunity Iri-Powder Bay, CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 ovob, '  ~T��  RODERTSCREEK,WATERFRONT , No, 2550  Log homo on concroto foundations, In lovoly condition, furnished,  and 75 foot south exposure boach. lot Is 375 fool long, parKUko  ! , nn ^L1 cpcinni* flr" ont| vyll,:, "��wors, It's a beauty, and qu|ot,  'r)r^ P,��00_ m ';:a^, <"��l����flnanclng, First tlmo offered, CALL^  .^PLTUR -SMITH-.805.9463. oven, ^���*..,,.,.  HOME and ACREAGE .7 ,   No, 2556  Nearly 6 acros, woodod. |qrgo bqqutlful gordon, fnilt troos, oldor  but won molnlolnod 7, bedroom homo, soporaio timing and living  rooms, w|ih a "Oqrnos" flroplaco, Wo.lk.lQ storo, PQ qtf\ oxcollant  horich.Aonorl rural holding, may bo rozorwl R?, this year,'A gmql  property, and 0 orool opportunity. Asking $3,000 half cash,���'Another''  "firm nfforlpn", CALL PETER SMITH 885:9463, .       '  1  ,'' ' t , ��� ��� ' . ' '    1* || 1  -ASK- POR~ PREE��CATAtOQUE-OP- REAtr ESTATE"  ���eve? or, o  wwf����inwn*niimi��tfJ*i    '  flfimx,.^,.^ -p..  TREED LOT' 2.1       . No, 2306  I00��23"J foot, well troocl, hard"'iiirfaco road, clotjo to boach accoR��,  i^qt��r^wro��fn,*,19"l3rfo��r*t7'<wln^^  PETER SMITH B05.9469 oyon,"    , ���   '"  GOWI^ POINT ���.Magnificent Vlow No, 2474  3.q,.^!f'��!*;i"lli^  "LoFo<niyThg ���hwritVIm cmtfnW tllo'flroploc-?, |jr|ghr' Kltchon, baso-  mont, A'Oll furnoco! ALSO second two bedroom cottage' for rovonuo,  FP $35,000 tanni, CALL C, R, GATHERCOLE 886-7<)l5,  M#WWPt4f��*B��awi^^  AGENCIES LTD  Box 155, Secholt   ,      ' Phono 88S-2235 , ,  ,;..*.Or���.,Call,..Toll������Froo.from tho-GroPtorYoncowver'ATaa**"*  ,    ,    "      .    ZEnith 2012  (E.6\O.E.)  7 ,       . ,     rt(i  ,**>.<    1      ��� t   <t  4,, ,    *U  ilHlPt^l  f    ���  -   ;  \ m  Www����^t4'W'^^  w     '     ,��'     '    '-7,*i *  rsr*'  mlmmfm  -   r- - ' *  4, *   .    4  #   ,(   |   4   ^   . ,#   ,        ( V     f  .   ���  %'  \-4  Beefs end Ih-giiies (tfoMM 6��AT$ &' iNH.NfS (Com.)    HtS (Cbht.)  FOR SALE (Continued)  ANDYCAPP  10   Ff.   Gangster-   craft   boat,     T^AVtNCI   for  Knropp',   bast    KIND   home' waited   for   l>  -v  fi h.p. Johnson mptcfr, as  \rhw, s $550. Bannister . c*/o  Julian" 885-24(57,. 8612-2(5  14   FT.   Runabout   andftrailer  with  9.9   h.p.   electric  starting     Chrysler     motor.   Phone  885-,9772. 8630-27  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  nt'l'er takes 14 ft. 5 inch ski  boat. (55-h.p. Merc. Phone 88T*.-  9(555-After 4:30 p.m.        8033-26  ��� 77  .7  PETS  POODLE ' clipping   and   bathing  in your  home  or mine,  also   Poodle    puppies. '' Phone  885-9797. 8R6T-25  male   puppv.  hous-e   trained,  Ph.   885-2181.'      ���> ��T.n 1 ��� 2fi  MONTH   old   puppies,  -free   ii  kind     homes     Phone     883  2080.        ���   "'   * '   8(542-^215  MOBILE HOMES  v  48'"���''Ynufijf   log   grapple,  excellent   condition,   $800.   Ph.  883,-2-154  alier  5   p in,  8(545 -Z_-  ���^  ��� ���-���*-  GIRLS, bike,   24   inch^45ariari'a  seat.   Ex.    cond^XApply   R.  Smith,   MetcahVzind    Lower  Rd.,   Robert&^Creek.     8608-25  ��588  ���  On  approx.   %  acre leveh lot near Madeira7. Park? Has  electric .  heating, fireplace, storage and carport..-Full price $21,000.  400 FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN HARBOUR  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobile home mounted, on concrete and on  approx. 1,40.0. sq. ft. well constructed building easily converted  into a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room). Landscaped. Fjoat and  private marine ways. Many opportunities for development or just  a real* nice place to live. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  $20,000 down.  FURNISHED HOME���IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortable two B.R. view home on large lot. Good.gardening  soil. Close to marina and boat launching. $25,000 with terms.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best: location on -the Sunshine  Coast. Property, business and equipment for safe, or wouldJOdse  ;      ._      _       ���-  bdsfhess and equipment.  MARINA SITE  Earl  Cove���.-marina,   motel   or  subdivision  site  adjoihing   ferry  terminal.   Approx.   51^ aeres- with- approx. - 850r-ff-^vdterfr6r.t.  1.300 ft. on Hwy. 101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 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  subdivisjon-ormobile,home.park.,Full-price $32.000,with,$l0,000  ~ down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  FINANCING Your Mobile.  Home Arranged ��� Large. 2  bedroom mobile \iome, 2  baths, lar"��e family room with  patio doors. Built in china  cabinet, large closets and  cupboards. No , furnishings,  this is *thex best basic unit on  the   Peninsula.   Double   ferry  IF   IT'S   suits���it's    Morgans.  '  8115-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  7  8893-tfn  charges' have been \paid. Put  thjis One home on your own  foundation and apply for lhe  Home Owners Grant. $1,5.500  Financing Arranged. No  agents. Phone 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 8713-tfn  -  LIVESTOCK  WELL trained registered  Quarter horses for sale.  Four good mares in foal or"  with, foal at foot. One extra  good kid's horse. All are gentle, and healthy. From $650  up. Brushwood Farm. .R.R. 1.,  Gibsons.  Phone 880-2160.  8636-25  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early,. send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-  64th Ave., R.R. 7, Langley,"'  B.C.  534-6268. . 7840-tfn  FOR SALE  GIRL'S 10 speed bicycle"- as ,  hew   -  cost   $120   -   a  good  buy at $80. Phone 883-2794.   7  8640-25 ���  THE book that almost everyone seems to be asking for  ���Over 180 Canadian designs  in -Home Plans" just $1.00 at,  News Books & Stationery,  Sechetl.   Phone   885-9654.   L  -   ^y\ %  ^wljccu'tk?aaa< rst if" >l"IKraM     '(Taxis juiucvu __  V  HURCHTEAM'S D>UE  "KICK, OH- AN' IHfeiX'RE'  7THEBE-9T-  rl FOOTBALL  > P'LASER '  THERE?/  8597-24  MADEIRA. PARK  Choice view lots on 64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,500  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre. Deep7sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000; with $ 13,000 down.  LAGOON ROAD  4 very good building lots. Easy walking distance to school and  stores atrMadeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots . . .  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING    *'  2 BR furnished home on  large view lot.-Close>to',marina,  boat  launching  and famous Lee   Bay fishing grounds.   $I5,00Q  with  -$-7;500-down7  GARDEN BAY LAKE  Comfortable 2 B.R. house, fully furnished on extra larcffe pgrk-  like lot overlooking Garden .Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  at $27,500.  . 3 BR HOME ON 4 ACRES  With. 150 ft, rocky waterfront, Purchaser cwld possibly divide  into 2 porcels. Immediate possession, Asking $35,000.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  *"~Vje.-jfy"|Qf^ Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  135 ft  WATERFRONT LOTS  ?,000  ������;:'���'."������vv.v.\90 'ft;7i.:.;.^;I7|,lbrt,.  88 ft  $18,500  275 ft,  $26,000  ~% KCRE-^OHNSfoftE ROAD - "   '   Madeira  Park���Gently  sloping,  nicely treed  lot,   $6,500 cash.  , RUBY LAKE MOTEL             ,,.*��.  ���IP. Mptot, M0! ts,��(9! L ojec t r le),���^8 ^l t|i fccopk Ing ,f oc{ j. tl es( of f | co w I tb _���  living quarters for m^ ft.'on small  lake,  approx, 200 ft, on Ruby Lake with floats and launching ramp.        ...,,       ,...,Full prlcte $85,000 vylth $25,000 down.,���,,,,., 7.,.-,.,-���,,.,.  GARDEN BAY  315 ft. waterfront, oyer 3 acres on 2 separate parcels. Very  large home���6 (could bo 10) bedrooms���an excellent start for  '  a fishing lodge and resort, Gooti teach, lots of floats, $70,000  full price, good terms, Or house can be purchased with  100 ,ft,  ���������"<      ''        '   '        ^^tt^^^'.fcr.^P0*Q.'v.^./-..,*.:''''.''..v7.,*,*..  APPROX. 152 FT, WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots, but owner says soil together for $26,500 with  '      ' '     ���  '    ,, ,$13,QQ0'down.        '    /;   ,,      7.7  ,.,.     FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 sldo by Bide view lots of approx, 1 *k acres each. Only a few  .hundred ft. frorr. Mgrlpo, Each priced at $10, OOP���Terms.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER     ,\  D.L 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx.' 550 ft. of waterfront' on' MIxalLak*, road &<crook ���  through property and an old bowso which could bo rebuilt. Full  '      prlco $50,000 with $25,000 down,  RUBY LAKE   119,,ft, waterfront,with float, and fumlshc"l,,"P��aflp,,Cpmpletiq  with funnlno wator, bathroom and serviced with'hydro,  Full  prlco $21,000 with terms, ,   ���,,   ,  TRAILER hook-tip, wide view  mirrors,      stabfizer      jacks,  centrtfugal ��� jramp: Phone 885-  9570. 8646-25  AMWAY"-Jfoducts now avail-  , able. Please phone 886-2788.  8121-26  PIONEER  Chain  saw,   nearly  new   chain   arid  blade,   $65.  Ph.  886-7497. 8620-25  1959   VOLKSWAGEN   beetle,   rang���jpoa.    $125.     Riding  lawn     mower,     brand     new,  $350.  Ph.  885-9054!        8643-25  FOR    LETTERHEADS,    envelopes,     statements,     invoicea  and   all   commercial   printing,  contact tbe Times office at Se-*  chelt or phone 885=9654.'    *������  MEDIUM   size " fridge %$50;  portable record player $40; -  washing machine, wringer  type $40; bench -drill M> "inch  'and motor $150; wood turning lathe with lots of acces- .  sories and motor $175; jigsaw  24 inch, no motor $50. Call  after  (>  p.m.  886-7090.  8651-25  THE book which may well  become a minor classic���  set in British Columbia's great  wilderness area���a book for  nature lovers ,and sportsmen  alike. Read Black Water  River (Toa - Thai - Kas),now  in stock at Books & Stationery, Sechelt, just $6.95. For  Canadiana books, check with  us, our stock will astound  you. Phone 885-9654.    8562-24  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope^���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  " NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  '3"PONIES'with saddles; 2 -5f  spool gurdtes, lines & misc.  'gear, 2 nets with good lines,  some Halibut gear. Phone 883-  2417. 8611-26  The Peninsula Times Page A���� ,  Wednesday, May 17/1972  rant.\'a reramio coffee ��� pot', cream and  sugar. Other prizes: a .shrub ��� was won  by Helen Edwardson,. a sala^ bowl set  was won by Phillys Brown. On the Wind  Soap went to Mrs,. Moldowan, grocery  hamper to Carrie Edwardson, doll to  .Doug Sladey, -decorated cake tp Louvaine  Lee and the fruit raffle was won by Neil  Remmen.  GRAD BANQUET  Last   I'Yiday     evening     over   seventy  ��� graduates, friends and te*J?hers sat down  In the Pender Harbour Secondary school  Graduation Banquet jn the school auditorium. " s  K.\  er    an    evopllent.   magf    __af���ff^j.  Around The Harbour  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440  -THIS Saturday, May 20, many events and  competitions will take place at .Madeira Park7 the big day is May Day! A  pancake breakfast, sponsored by- the Pender Harbour Lions Club will start festivities off at 8 a.m. at 10 a-hi-, the parade  will be forming up oh North Road*; judging will start at 10:30 and the/parade  will be underway by 11 a.m.  Crowning of the May Day Queen,  Shelly Ward, will --take place at, Madeira Park School at 12 noon. Sports competitions and a bingo game will follow.  At" 5 p.m., there will be a baseball game,  Madeira Par.k vs Garden. Bay.  Concession stands will be set up. Final  event of the day is to be.the junior dance  from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  FISHING  DERBY  Entrants 12 years and under totalled  61 for the fishing derby Saturday, at the  Madeira Park government float. The der-  - by was held in conjunction - with' -May  Day celebrations. Perch, sea cucumbers,  sunfish, rock cod, flounders and crabs  were included in the catch. Winners will  receive their prizes on  the official May  SHOWER, new, slightly damaged; extension ladder; tent,  sleeps 6"; gas stove, 2 cots and  camp dishes; folding clothes-  dryer; buck saw; water skier's  lifejacket; 9' boat; 2 end  tables; fireplace grate; gas  heater; vibrator sander; pair  of sander disks; hanging  clothes dryer. Phone 885-  9635. -8649-25  MACLARY   charm   oil  range,  very   good    condition,   !$75;  Ph. 885-9507.      . 8638-25  LIMA   shovel   model   34   GM  power wide crawlers. Good  cond.   Ph.   886-9607.. 25  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.  Phone  885-2304  if  no reply  phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn  9   x   12   ACRILAN   rug   with  under     pad.     Green,     $50.  Phone   886-7055. 8579-25  >  >'<^':yyy4y^  "i**^"1? 1 ;^* j"**'"^wf!'a^^  PRivXTE':SALE��� IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  "Georgia'Strait View'Home", Selma Park  Approx. 2400 sq. ft. on 2 floors, 4 bdrms. 2 bathrms, 2 fireplaces,, yV.yV. carpeting,.large rec.^room. Also 24x30 outbuilding.  Clear title: Only $41,500,00, with' $10,500 dn, Bank financing  available, To view Phono 885-9630.  -B-ayr Saturday; May  2ft  Prizes were alloted to seven categories. Most unusual fish was a sea  cucumber, caught by Ernie. Kingston;  prize for this is $1. Two dollars goes to  Mindy Peters, the girl catching the most  fish (4); also to Lome Cambell, the boy  catching the most fish (3). Ernie Kingston, the boy catching the smallest fish,  % oz., receives $2 as does Mindy Peter  whose smallest catch, weighed in at 2  oz. Trophies go to Kelly Reid Who caught  the largest fish for a girl, 36% oz.; and  Sam Cambell whose big catch for a boy  topped the scales at 31 oz.  "Pop was distributed to the hard work-  ing  fishermen  and  everyone   seemed  to  lions and installed four new double-load  machines. They have kept one single-  ��� load Washer and the small and large  dryer. The laundromat now operates during the daylight hours seven days a week.  To get there, turn left off Garden Bay  Road then watch for the sign.  liERE AND THERE  f.  Bank" of ���TflontreaTs" hew teller is Sandra Falconbridge who has been living  in Garden Bay for the past six years.  Sandra started with the bank in Secbelt  three months ago before being transferred here.      , .  Mrs. Muriel Vinblad is now the treasurer of the Pender Harbour Credit  Union, having staffed her. dtuies on May  "1st. Muriel was president of White Rock  and worked for lhe Nepro Credit Union  of Greater Vancouver for the past four  years.  Pender  Harbour    Credit  Unipn    has  ". plans Tfor "pruvidihg' h��w" arid" in^oved"  services including new savings plans and  .  funds available for mortgages.  Longer and more convenient hours  are presently in nperaiiop-au-iUi thn rvffwv*-  served by attractive grade 10 and 11  girls, Mr. Alan Thompson, the principal,  welcomed the company and introduced  the guests at the head table. He pointed  out that the evenings celebrations were  arranged .completely by the students and  drew attention to the striking way the  auditorium . had been decorated for the  occasion, the theme being Snow White  and the Seven Dwarves.  Mr. Steve Dimopoulos, the master of"  ceremonies,  then  introduced    the  members  of the  Graduating  Class  and  gave  the toast to the Queen.  In giving the toast to the graduates  Mr. Bruno Dombroski pointed out that  their years of formal schooling had now  ended and that the value of this schooling would be tested by the way accepted their responsibilities in the future.  In replying to the toast to the teachers Mr. Bill Qr.oss emphasized that-graduates should endeavor to demonstrate  their independence while maintaining a  cooperative attitude towards other members of society.  Mr. Thompson then introduced the  main-speaker -of the eveningrthe Horror-  able Isabel- Dawson, Rjinister without  portfolio and Socred MLA for McKenzie  riding, who in her address stressed the  value of hard work and the importance  of each person's contribution to society  whether immediately recognized or not.  The dinner concluded with a beautiful  rendering of "Graduation Day" by Deidre  Murphy of grade 11 and a delightful duet  "May You Always" by teachers Mr.-and  Mrs. Romy Talento. Mrs. Florence Prescesky accompanied at the piano.  Later, the St. Mary's School, Mission,  rock_ barid played, for. .a .successful - dance  attended by graduates, parents and students of the school.  have a good time,  ROD  AND  GUN  Rod and Gun Club are sponsoring a  fishing.derby May. 20 and 21. First prize  for the largest salmon caught will be  $100. Second and third prize amounts  will run in relation to monies collected  , from ticket sales. A ticket draw will also  be made i'or refreshments. Entrance fee  is, $2 and  tickets may  be purchased  at   I lie"legidh,  airy*Tmariha  arid'^'rnosr"xisi-"''  ness ouflels. Weigh-in will be at tho  Madeira Park government wharf ut 2  p.m. both days,  being open 10 a.m. to 4:30 Monday to  Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; and  10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.  Pamphlets are to be mailed out soon  with announcements of services available through your credit union.  Roller skating activities >will be underway before too long as the Community Club has received the go-ahead  to order 60 pairs of roller skates.  Experimental programming will be  starting this week for use of the two  medium sized billiard tables recently  purchased and installed in the community  club. The tables are primarily for the  use Of 12 to 19 yfiqr olds anri will V.p  available to them^ three nights of the  week'from 7:30 _lm. to 10:30 p.m. Two  nights of the week, the tables will be  available to men players. The specific  nights for each have not yet been decided,  Two more volunteers are needed for  one night a week supervising duty; if  you can spare an evening please contact  Mr.  John Tully .883-2704,  Monterey^ Pine   is   widely   used���for-  ���"planting TrTNew Zealand and South Africa. On its native ground, the Monterey  Peninsula, it is an endangered speries:  Thi  ���a r*.f_  t1^-   ���  IRVINE LANPING  3 BR homo, loroo vlow lot, close to marlno and boat launchlnq,  Ovorlooldno  famous  Loo  (Jay flshlno oroundu.   $13,000  with  $6,500 down.   .,,.,,.  ���_,���, ���._..g^j [q^^Kg���- -������  13,8 acroo, nicely treocl land wllh approx."350' Cholco Water-  front. Asking WP^0'   "'  '"'  VIEW: HOME ON 12 ACRES *"JV  Wall hullt partially furnished ' M60 sq,;ft, a-P-IVhome. ,wlth  bascmqnriand tho M of oyorythlna, 2 full ha.hroQmtv flwWWM-  hot wnlor hoatlno/doublo car port and patio. Ravonufl posslhm.  lion from oldor Nll'dlnns on proporty,*439,750 with 4l5-0��0  doyyn, ,  1 '������ .  Several loft available,-  'j' '   '���   Many other vlow ond waterfront lots In tho Ponder Harbour aroa,  -W-lfiMW^JH.*! ,  :&m[ l| M B ilQ' lift Ol Ey I  ���R��AUT*l;T0i  Madeira Park, p.C.  Phono Pondor Harbour 983-2233  i  PENDER HARBpUR  ��� WATERFRONT: 60' of beach and two "Bcorh HouirV nn a  largo 'p|o-shaped lot, Entirely safe for children.i Thlts property Is  close Jn . to, Madeira Park, ancl,|usl lho', tiling for 'Summer fun  or rotlromont.  $13,000 -cash,  WATERFRONT: Ponder Harbour, Fairly now 2 bedroom homo plus  3rd bedroom In port'basement, All woll built, spacious and most  attractive Has sheltered small bay with floats and deep moorage,  Full prlco $40,000, , ,  WATERFRONT! < 1,2 acres with approximately 125' of waterfront,  fumls|icd 3 bedroom o|dcr typo homo'In,excellent condition and  .,$ery picturesque, Proporly Is mostly rolling lawn with best possible,,  view Into Bargain' Harbour, Reasonably priced at $30/000,  ''WATERFRONT! ,100''of"deep ancr"s  Harbour, Lot Is 350' doop^wlth a yarloty of loyoly evergreens and  arbutus, Thoro's a 3 room cabin Included, Sunny Southwest' ox-  -p$sfl?6;^  for a bettor view, Vendor Isasklna $19,500 cash,  '"'LAKiFRONT"aCREAGGi  1 Tb acres of the'most'beautiful lake-  ��� front property, Thoro's about 1200' on Garden,' Bay Lake, and *  2000'won?iMlxol(.LQke1*On,,black^top,jpad8,j1,yondor wowld con-  nlder subdividing anc|  soiling halves separating ,a|  $1,000 por  aero, V. cash to handle, , ,  TERRIFIC BARGAIN NEAR MIDDLEPOINT: Modern ,H60 sq, fl  ���..i*ancher,���as���nowUia?iiulLreMQhcd��,ln.ba5omcntl..2, bedrooms, Jioj   watc.r heat, hugh hoatllalar flroplaco, thormo pane picture win-  ��� dows'and sliding glass door to, |arao concrfllo patlq wltb aluminum  awnlnos, Dpublo carport'Is'enclosed on concroto wllh workshop-  Morago piflq, PLUS %co|jln��i for posslblo/rent Income,1 PLUS machine shop with Iqrap Inventory of quality tools, parts, alrcoolod  onqlnoi and .oqulpmont, PLUS <(1| ,IT<S SITUATED ON 12. LOVE-  LY,ACRES OVERLOOKING MALASPINA STRAIT AND VAN-  COUVER ISLAND ,,, OVER 1300'OF HIGHWAY FRONTAGE,  Prlco Is firm at $39,750 with $12,000 down,and balance to vendor a) 9%. A UESTUUYI  ^COr^^C JA^Slf RSrV^'h^  ���^fflrfiWPSna^lc^^ from $6,000,  Tho'Whof�� area Is l>ul|dlng fast and at loday'* prices any ono  of those would make q sound InvofctmnnT,' ' '.'   '  ;��� BUILDING LOT;.Would %\_\ mobile homo , , . It's on Froncl-i  ^Pennl8ula^JstJi*eml��waterfront'^,aofLx:lo5o^lQ^oavcmmcn�����doclt�����.  Has road on three f>ldos, largo nnd lovol wllh good vlow of wnlor  ~'nnd"ldfiat'ior*iieptlc*irDofinitoly-"ihfl"vnlcounot*oniriyr>o~-'a'n(r  should sell on sight, 'Terms available On asking prlco of $7,300,   ;��� ���"' : :'r:"'-���j0CIC,"HERM0N",,,"'7'"*:"'': .:   Ponder Harbour - Phono ^83-2745  CHARLES ENGLISH UTD.'  Robby Cameron's Pinto team defeated  the Gibson's -Sidewinders 19-17 at ba.se-  ' half at Madeira Park Saturday. Congratulation fellows.  FUND RAISER  Ponded Harbour Lion'fc Club aro "rnf-  -fllng-a-14.footflbregln,s.S'bo.atwlth trniler-  and 25 h.p.. motor. Draw la to be made  September 29, 1972, Tlckols. It l,s hoped,  ' will be rondy for snlo' Ivy May Day, so  watch for them,  NEW SERVICE  The Homo Laundromat In Garden  Ray, ol'flueroHt to .residents and tourists,  Is under .new, mnnag.om.ont of Andy 'and  MoHyDaVidson, who havo piado rcnovn-  SPRING MZAAR  Community Club Spring Bazaar, held  Saturday, May (i was proclaimed a tre-  mendous  success  with  a   net  profit  of  T$428r857frqm^  lions. The e^cutive'would like to thank  all those who donated prizes and those  who contributed tholr time and effort to  help make it, such a success,  rf-First prize of stainless steel cutlery  went to Darren Reid, second prize, a swag  lamp, wont to Murray Fenn, and third  -prize-oT* good-* cheer-went" to 'Helen* Cam-'  cvon. Tho tea prize went to Peggy Pock-  is is a  $7.50 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  V^etrr���ad\  space  will   reach   nearly  2,500 homes (over 9_000  people) -each  week.   It's  the most economical way  to reach  more Sunshine  Coast    people    because  Times ads go into 65%  more   homes   than   any  other newspaper produced  ^n^thj^qrqar-  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-7244 (Gibsons)  s_!____T^\  REAL ESTATE  box 769  ;   .SECHELT, B,C,  estates uq,^*-, 885-2241    ,   ,, Vancouver Direct UlnoMU5.5544,,;,    .'....,...   See ui at our Office across from tho Socholt Bus Depot  9ncoast  *��*i-*mii  80,ft, r.qndy heach, Good boat|i.g, aroa very proticctcltl, Excellent..  access, Treed lot, Plv "512.500, terms. S, Andorsbn 885.2385;  J, Aniloroon 885-2053,    ���    .  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT   ,  2 Bdrm home In Solma Park. Remodelled, fl-rcplaco, seawall, boat  ramp, FP $27,500, S, Anderson 885.2385, )��� Andorson,885.2Q33,  fmm^mmmmmmMil������   wi        I " w��� ���������t^  ��� View'caiVior'lot, 75 ft,' frontapo^ cijl servicoi, troocir FP $",500, S,  Andornon 885-2385 or J, Andernon 885-2053  WILSON, CREEK,    ,  Over Va ncro ciood level lot, Small cloan I htlrm cottnrjo, Excellent  garden noil,| PP !". 15,500,7 S7 Andernon 885-2385; J, Andon,on  ���     ,  *    88B-20S3,  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  /Ml types of real estate financing Including builders  / loans. Fast appraisal servjee,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  .phonoi926-3256  QEBHIC^&=~:  2 recreation % aero |o|s all trood, only 2 blocks to poach, R2  Zonjnn, FP $3,900 cacti, S, Anderson 885.2385, J, Anderson  ; '   885.2053,  ���W��ST_SECHELX-  wrwriiiMwwiwtp  80 ft,  lot all' sorvlco available, rri'iik bordnrn roar of property.  'Some -hlco'treeCStejv'ito-cafe^l)6nclfrTP ���$/l,950r5rAhderr,orr  885-2385 or,-J, Andernon 885-2053. ���    "   ''���   PORPOISE, bAY ���' . ,    ' '  2 bedroom, older homo, good condition on 2 aoo'rl landscaped  |ot��, An excellent Investment, Only hhort  walk to marina. FP"  ���    $M,300, 5,, Andoroon 885-2383 or J,'Anderson 883-2033, '  Vox 799, Gibsons, B.C,  PACIFIC REALTY  LTD; ��� - - ������ "' ��� ��� ��  Van. Direct: 685-3133  ��*4��  .V ..  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  r*'"" "��� "" iNVESTORsi '" "��� ' " " ; '   Over 31 acres of prime development land���Gibsons  rural. Proposed highvvay'rans right throughf 15 acres  cleared In grass*���Year round creek. Owner! most  anxious to sell.   Listed at  ^49,500���Will  consldor  .��������� ALL ���. of fers,. apd .,J'erms,_..���._.���.���__ _ ,..__.,.,���,_ .,���, __...  ��� '���'     "   "���   ',   FXSMETTE-^t31BSONS  "'   ""���  ?���25 Acros with oyer -400' Highway frontage, 0|dor  typo 2 bedroom homo, flroplaco, drlyoway, chicken  house etc. Tills Is a terrific buy for only $18,000,  ��� "|)6,000 down balance at $7o, First tlmo offered���  pon't miss this one,      -     *  zzizrz.  ,���,..!.�����,������ i��. i�� FfiANI^I^*"Bv-7"B"  Lovoly 2 bdrm homo just minutes to beach.! Excellent  Investmpnt for only $16,800, good terms���? 100 per  month at'8%,,, ���     , ,  ^���WjMiibtttiWw^iiWiiililpjp  ���BURNS-ROAD-  - Bulldlng��lot��approKr65x 120rln au president la I area; -  on all services, paved road, close to safe beach, F,P.  ���""$3500:00; " :~" "���": ""^ "*  Lorrlo Girard; 886.7244 or 886-7760 or  Shlrloo Janowsky: 886-7244 or 886-2353  f-ii^tMawww^sotwwflJOTwrtnpiM  ***.% *WP��iW!l��**#w *av\-v **v*  ���v.' \'  ���^-  V \  Page A-6 The Peninsula T!me9  Wednesday, May  17,   1972  ���   ,      . ��� '  ;   7 : ��� v-  Fishing around .  ���by  Dom Radcliffe  AT LONG  last  'he weather has changed  for the better - and so has he fishing.  -\   Bluebacks    and    Springs    reported    from  -.   Gibsons, lo   Egmont.  Fisheries   Officer   Ray   Kraft   tells   me.  that    reported    catches    for , the    Sechelt  Peninsula   last   week   totalled   200   Blue-  backs   and    180   Springs.    A   variety    of  lures and bait  were used  from   live her-  .   ring, strip, Tom Mack; Pearly and J(lash-  tails. There didn't  .seem  to be any  standard   d-ep'h,   as-   f.sh   were   caught   from  80   ft.   to  surface  trolling.  N.        In   the   Secret   Cove   area,   Mark   and  Dorothy Logan  and  Charlie Campbell  of  '   Vancouver  took  one  blueback   and   an  8  lb. spring "-off Texada, using herring strip  v   and   trolling.   rCen   Phillips   of   the   B.C.  Lions   limited   on   bluebacks   and   springs  both days while fishing Pirate Rock and  Epsom Point, early in the morning using  strip and  flashtails.  Mr.  Bowyer Smythe  and John Simson of Buccaneer Bay took  ���   four blues off Epsom with flashtails and  .  3  oz.  weight.  From the complaint dept. * Firstly  something should be done about the  Scuba divers who are fishing Ling Cod  commeicia'ly. I have been informed from  - a very reliable source that these people  are taking large quantities of Lings, especially females who are guarding their  eggs, and won't move* when approached  : by a diver and are therefore very easy  to spear. This means that the eggs are  left unprotected and��future stocks are  badly depleted. Don't get me wrong, I  personally have been diving and spear  fishing but only in a sporting manner,  andl strongly object to people taking  hundreds of pounds of ling cod for commercial sale, in this manner: Let's hear  some public comment on this matter.  Number two on the list is not in the *  category of fishing, but "Wildlife. There  are too many deer being killed or wounded by automobiles. This is strickly not  the fault of the driver, because a deer  jumping out of the^bush doesn't leave  much time to avoid collision. There is  evidently a good stock of deer on the  Peninsula, but very few road signs warning "Watch out for deer". I think the  Wildlife Dept. should post some of these  signs and maybe slow down some of  our drivers by making them aware of  the  danger. ���        ' ���      '    -  A   THOUGHT:  Fishing   equipment    is    like   anything  else, you only get what you pay for. Buy  ��� P.hk.1  IfU'klr*.  it  will Jast  longer, giva-you-  more pleasure and cut down the chances  of losing/that big one. Good luck and  Ciood  fishing.  ....... .y -,  7   .     y :���   .&V  11       7*  \      '   l ii  Keen -bowlers at Sechelt, Andy Henderson, David Nestman, Wayne  Campbell and Lori Rodway teamed  .   Senior  Champs  up to take the St. League champion-    pated this year in the Saturday af-  ship this year. Eighteen senior and    ternoon bowling,  forty  junior  bowlers  have  partiici-  wwiimmiummii..............���rnnniWmtuuvr,  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL.  Jackpot $300  ^-l,Ktl��MS-.lllril.'M6-Wi.!,l*J'l*.'f.Iff-4^r _t ���,*%_��.tb^iil, H', ^___P.!^wl^^_P^^^��^^<w*)^^>��lNl'*>lf''>  *  DOOR  PRIZE *  Individual Awards  Winning trophies Is nothing ifew for Darcy Stephanson (167), Patty Wing  these bowlers who made impressive (618), Lori Rodway (259), Andy  individual scores during the season Henderson (195),* Larry Richter  at Sechelt Bowling* Alley. From left:     (283)7Scott Rodway (604).  Junior  Champs  Alley Cats walked off with the Junior League team championship trophy at Sechelt this season, which is  pretty good going with 40 bowlers  -par-Licipating - in the league.���Jrprom-  left are: Curtis Fischer, Lorraine  Pearson, Wayne PhilUgs, Capt., Pam  Nestman and Bobby Di^-m.  pam ip  ju\sviu uvr  MINOR League  Baseball    games  being  played this week, Wednesday,, at .6:30  and Sunday at 1 p.m. are as follows: ���  Pintos���Wednesday May 17th; Beavers  .,at Pender; Wilson Creek at'L&K,; Beach-  ""colrnSer"-^  Mellon;  Sochelt at Sidewinders.  .��� Sunday   May, 21,slilv,Pqndei7>at, Boom  men; Beachcombers al Wilson Creek;  Sidewinders at Port Mellon; Beavers at  Sechelt; Langdale at L&K,  ���"T"    m,    i     ,    ,.,..._.       �� q    i   if n Broj>cos*7-Wednesday   May   17r'Kins'-'  ��� Aiberl'c-upsnmd^saucers'und*-^  ing AUoy saw high score awards go-    chelt at Tyees.  ing  to Mike    English    (Hi 2-442); Sunday May SHsti Secholt nt Haiders;  Craig Rodway (Hi Av.���159); Wayh(f 'Kinsmen  at Tyees;" Orioles "ut  Firemen  Phillips  (HI single���243). (3 p.m.)  Tops  Topping the junior girls with individual high scores during the year at  Sechelt are , from left: Barb Jack-.  son (Hi 2-3221; Barb Wilson (Hi sin  gle���166)  and Debbie Nestman. (Hi  average���125).  CAMPING AND  HIKING  EQUIPMENT  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  available  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine ��� Coast Highway  1 885-2812    '  lloyal Windsor Coffee beakers, Royal  Hems  are available  al  Miss Bee's  Card  and "('il'.. Shop,* .Wluu;J' Uoad, * Sechelt,    k $Ata*v.(,  High Scores  Sale ends Saturday, May 20, 1972  M adeira Park Happenings  ���^-by Davis Hyatt  MAY- DAY-PoslcrContest���- AII��eluHses ���  having   our   own   track   and   field *,duy,  ���5ftfflH!w#*e**����w^M<r*!��*9wtM^  POLYPROPYLENE, 4 ox,* ...yyi^y^yyi.���*.������.���*,.���;.  ORLON, 4 ox. .         DOUPLEKNIT, 3 ox.   ,,  MOHAIR OR CRUSHEP VELVET, 2 ox.  TftSL7KN*YA'RN7~���**^-^~*mmm~*-M  WHITE PUFFALO INDIAN WOOL, 8 ox. pkg,,  PARAFFIN WAX for Candle Making "  speed;o-weAve TWIN  99c    99c  - * 99c  99c  T*PKGSr99c  ��� *���      $1.99  10 lbs. $2.99  $4.99  SPRAY, PAINT  BUTTERFLY KITES '. .'���...,''  FLOCKED FRUIT (rog; $1,79 pkg.  2 TINS 99c  99c  .. 99c  -ZQVcr OFF Afm��WGvOWUl6KE-4mCI<-  m*h*w*M*.Mm.  Pearls  ���^Mordants for Nature Dyeing  f\  Sisal  In  12 Lovoly Colors  -T*r- Boby-Shoci.-. B ronxod  T*r*_|Adult"Gamoi  troirr"'''Gi'iiyo''l'7''1d!,,,Ci'n'cl6'(,l<1Vnv6,',-'bcon  working, on. Muy Day Posters, Winners  woro:  ,    Gmdu 7: 1st, ".van Nelson, 'M\<,, Erin  Hudson: 3rd,' Frank Rooson,  Grade   (I:   1st,   llloky   .Johnson;   Und, ,  .Cathy Lloyd I lire!,, MurridUh. Porter*, ....���, ,���,���,.  Gnido 4-1": lul, Paul Phillips; and, Cln-   ,  i\y Brown; 3rd, Billy Kiuilson, "  Gi,udo��3-4i-lHl,-��Torry^Holtl14..2nd,*.Dan-4.~.*  \\y  FluldhiHi 3rd, Anno Crouthoi*. '  ..nr.avMlo...a-3u^lrttl��.Slovon.,,.PHttOj.,4.'4nd,,,l,.n  1 *,��_���.one Tnlonlo) 3rd,' Mluhuol UIkkIdh.  "Tho UVroo" bo'Hl "poslorH In "the flollool *'  wpro^nlrto',M(plckod*'nn^',-ihoy:"**woro!Wilnt)'M  Karon SHrIUki Unci, Danny FloldlnKj nnd  3rd, Pnul Phillips,  ���.,,,House HtuiKllnflHUGlobe..Trotters , 7, ."  ^.Clieotulw.l3l'..TlBuivt:mn,lUl-iriBlUlnfj.irul-...  uons 11),  'On Mny.ll),' Lnnndal��  boys' Hofllmll',  team played nt Mndolrn, Thoy were do-,  fouled by Mndol.-u w.llh u now of. 7 ��� fi  at, Iho end of, Iho fifth liinlnu, So fur, our  boys' loayiliHH lost  a  K'iniu and won a  nunio,      '      '  On* Muy   l!4,  Mudolrn - plays  al  Hob''  [-^M^t^-C��WMl��^rA*��M*i*i><��iit^^  1    \vl|wUilH,��oituL����^wiM-~~^-^^ ''H  Wo havo  Ifoonpriit'l'lnlim Iruvl*.' iiihI  field for Uiv lust wu'k ami will ��o'on hi  iilso a'Dish'lel Truck Meet nl Souholl!.  We  nro'also  huvln/,'  ol'lmlnulloiis  In  (Ufl'oront sports lo got our best nthlotlo  \5,tudp'nlR-'i:ici76nlor"'1ri!,''tl)0:'';DlHtrl6t.,?.Tr��ok  and ^lold Mcol,  ^mwmmttyfimw**mmwim  Oars�� Paddles -> Life  Jackets7- Pumpers - Ski  '"^'''HdrndsT-'Cus^ldriis' ' ''  , Gastrol Oil ���_ Grand, Prix,   .,.  Car,- Motorcycle - 2 cycle cnjilnos  ������    ���   and Chain Sayr oil* '  ic, All Kinds of Handiwork  THE YARN BARN  ANTI,FOUHNG PAINT  EXTINGUfSHERS  Right for your boat  ���".,  SECHELT  ' i \>  .. ��  !���  .��.��t.  PHONE 085-9305  MEVOTMREtf^  la  fHAiraWTCEHTRr  Cowrie Street, Secholt  Phono 885-9626  ,   m;   i     '     ��� i ��� i i ��� i    i      11        f i  *l ..*���._(   |V   * * t   *��'*,'    T'"'    *"'-   *'"*" "'"I   "   ' '  ***mmm*mpm  mm*tmm  "7?  ���Wt��|fl��H,iWlfl>^^  *S*f*^*I^#f1^*|^^  wh>4mmmtlm  T  * h   .     -  *   *,,  J  ,  11  1 #    M   i-     V" .Ife;  The Peninsula Times, Page A-7  Wednesday, May 17,1972  Int^rnaiional .fifSer  Job's Daughters meet  INTERNATIONAL      Order       of      Job's  Daughters    (Jobies)    Bethel    No.    28  Roberts   Creek   is   a   small   Bethel   witrr-  o1-.lv   fifteen. active   members.   The   philanthropic project  of this Masonic organization  is  to  support  the  cancer  projects.  Two Bethel projects, ��� a car wash sand  i concession stand tn x serve travellers  ire   *.i*ht*iInled   for   the   holiday   weekend.  The car wash will he held on Saturday, May UUtli'between i�� a.m. and . p.m.  in the Super Valu parkin.*.; lot at G'b__ons._  lor just $1.00 why not. get your Tar  washed and help support a group of  teenage  girls  who  are  Jobies. ,  Thinking pf weary travellers caught  in the ferry line-up on Monday. May 22,  the girls intend selling sandwiches^ and  pop   to   Vancouver   bound   traffic.  A recent Jobie project was the raffle^  and   for   those   who   bought   tickets   and  may   have  missed the name of the winner, it was Mrs. Nancy Nygren who won  the cassette tape recorder.  .Johjes would be very happy to welcome new members to the organization.  ���\ny girls between the'ages of "12 and 20  with any Masonic relationship are invited to phone 886-2870 or 886-99G3, for further   information.  CONTINENTAL' COiFPURiS A. BOUTIQUE  TfeA.lt, BAY PUZA ��� SECHlkt - 883-2339   SHAMPOO  -  SET      with this  $1.50  OFF coupon  PERM - COLOR  BLEACH  $4.00 OFF  This Cobpon Valid Mohday-Tuesdoy in May 1972  X       All Airline  Reservations, Tickets, Tours and ..Cruises, Fly Now���  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NfiEOS  Contact Your Local Travel Agent at "  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Bay Plata, Sechelt or Phorje 885-2339  ���Pay-Later  Time-Out a     -jrv&L  Youngsters have their own wa'^-of  showing appreciation to Mrs. "five8  Moscrip who is taking a rest from, the  Saturday afternoon sessions of junior bowling supervision which have  kept-jter busy during the past ten  yearsTrBesicles lots of hugs, the young  bowlers surprised Mrs. Moscrip with*-  a parting gift during the end-of-the-  season party where trophies were  also presented and a big iced cake  was.quclkly ,jdg3moJis^,e,d^... ._....,,._���  Safe Motorim  Halfmoon.Bay Happenings  ���-by Mb ry Tinkley  NOTICE   has   been   sent   to   owners   of  Redirpoffs .Waterworks Distinct ��� ���that'*.*,  the Annual General Meeting will be held  on Saturday,'July 1 at'12 noon at the  Dennis Hunt residence at Redrooffs. The  meeting will be" required to elect three  trustees to fill the vacancies created by  I)on Berthelet with his wife Rita and  'three children, from Chilliwack.  ~'A former resident of Redrooffs, Mori-ice Han ley" was in the area last week  visiting old friends. He was the house  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mort Reid at  Selma Park. He and his wife Monica're-  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes (pver 9,000 pepple)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)  Largest Health  Food Centre  on Peninsula  droihnmmwh^iw'vtmtoo  GOOD HEALTH FOOD STORE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9063   ihe_exp|ry_a^hejterms of Messrs...Hj^^urned..to_thetf  TJ"* *-��<���*��� f __**  *   rvrVi-l        T3 ��Vl-i l V" "' ' .1.1          '.''*_ Pa.   _ '        7   Jl *'.    ._        J ll 7   '   '���     ' I7~7.  ���by Sheila Harris  REGULAR   preventive   maintenance   on  a caj is cheaper than waiting.'until  something breaks, Phil Farmer, executive  director of the Canada Safety Council  said today.  "If you fail to keep your windshield  wipers working, you can end up insome-  i'he .else's trunk; or if your signal lights  don't work, sooner or later somebody  will not realize you are intending to  turn. One repair bill from such an accident will more than offset any savings  -j a person- has* made -by -farling-' to . keep  his car in shape. And the -insurance rates  riH���keep   reminding -'hirn���T��fc-Htr--f-oi'-^a���  ���number of years.  ''Even if there is no accident, there  are the bills to consider when car parts  finally give* out. Component failures can  be prevented and so can the high costs  of repairs."  Years ago operators of car, truck and  equipment fleets found out how cheap  preventive   maintenance   can   be.  "There are now companies lhat specialize in providing a preventive maintenance   service     to 'fleet     owners,",   Mr. .  Parmer noted.  "Yet the general public hns nol rcal-  ^^e(i^.iii'l,^.,.,^:^-wmL:,,;,,,; ,:������-,., ljjj���Li_^_  In   those   provinces   lhat   have m-cmti-  u bo i it.  Foster; and Renix.  PLANT SALE  The Welcome Beach Community As-  soeiation-held a successful plant sale last  Saturday. Long before opening time,  every available spot qn the long tables  was packed- with an amazing assi>rtrnerit  of plants of all kinds - flowering shrubs,  raspberry canes, strawberry, loganberry  and rhubarb plants, ornamental trees,  and shrubs and. flowering plants of almost every variety. The sale was arranged by Mrs. "Fritz Leuchte with the  expert help of Mrs, Janet Allen, who  both extend grateful thanks to everybody who donated so generously. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Keith  Comyn.  Please note that the date set for the  Country Fair is July 15 and not July 1  -as^stated in, laflt, week's rohimn   ROUND ABOUT  . Mrs. Blanche McCrady was in Vancouver to attend the christening of her  grandson Gordon, .''Joseph Frank " McCrady at Christchurch Cathedral. She  was the house guest, of the baby's parents, her son Frank and his wife Edith  who- sings in the Cathedral clioir. The  christening provided ah occasion for a  family reunion attended by fifteen members of Ihe'McCrady family.'  The  bus  trip   lo  Reno,  Lake  Tnhoc,  Virginia City and Carson CHy is a very  popu lar one"; this < year.... and, -it. A,has, .peenr  "ThTere""^^  dale recently after spending the winter  in Arizona.  Fritz Leuchte has spent a few days as  a patient in St. Mary's Hospital under  observation.  Early risers like Mrs. Alan Greene  often see interesting happenings which  the more tardy of us miss. She reports  that on May 11 at 6 a.m. thousands of  Scoter ducks settled in the bay for a  rest on their way north. They were so  numerous that the water was black with  them. She found it fascinating watching  the leaders marshalling the birds for the  continuation of the journey. By 8 a.m.  they were on their way again heading  ���over Welcome Pass.  SrTOMF  There are 28 National Parks covering  approximately   48,000   square   miles   and  -L814   Provincial���Baj-k-s----govepin-g���$6,{MU)-  squar^ miles in Canada.  <rrtii/iitn/iiiiimi/tiiiiiiuiiitiiiiM/4  X %  & I credit comfortable *���*  for my good  fc footwear  | play < -  pulsory   motor   vehicle   inspecl,ion  (10%''of cars fail the irilthl test.   There are-many, iinsafp^ctu-js.. on the.  road and Ihi,*-*, Is why tho. Safely Council would like to nee, compulsory motor  vehicle  inspections  ln all  provinces,  In-  "'fipecl ions" ft*rb"~e'oii^^  New  Brunswick,  Prince  Edward   Island  ���and,British,.Columbia,...Partial,,, .systems  exist In Ontario and Quet.ee and a pilot  project Is operating In Manitoba.  - Willi or without, compulsory motor  vohlclo Inspection, maintenance Is often  required, Motorists have both a legal and,  it moral obligation id 'have vt\v_ in a safe'  opbrullng condition, In an effort to fill  Iho nap, Iho Council has adopted two  safety cheeks,  Ti .CflrRPCeniXlScl ^Mt'ln^cosoporntlon  wllh an Inereaslnfl nitmbor of 'garages  across the country* The Council makes a  malnlonaneo ohook list available to km*-  agoj-t. These .lists can. bo fllle'clowt by a  mechanic and thoy 'give a motorist, a  gopcl Idea of the condition of his car,  ,.,T,here,,,ln,.no, obligation.on the���mpto,rlHt,  to havo tho work done,  Tho order totft, a  lO-polnl,' diagnosis,  ***kB���m" ilm^M w^WM I^m A wMm-MM ,^ti\M  self, H fooiiHsoH his altonlion on various  7.iwiMlblu. clangor, points..mtcly,as.i\ fljoklnfi'\  brako  pcrlal   or  oxcohhIvo  play , In   lho  Mteorin.,, ���      ���   *     ��� ���  - v.- ->- ;  of returning travellers, a Tew.of whom  managed, to beati the,,one-armed���ba'n'dils,  but   most   of  .them   returning   home   a  little" lighfoFin"pocket''Toi!'i^iFTd^'e'tt'tp'e','   Many   enjoyed   the   lovely   scenery   o,f  Lake fahoe, but'Mr; ahd'Hr^'Don'Ren"-'"  ��derson,-*CH)nRj��Jei,ed��*.the-"hlgh1lghl**,'i*of**thQ-��*��*  tour was the visit- to Virginia City, with  Its  lyiark  Twain  museum   and ,glimpses,  i>J' 7r,)ld liifsiory. '''*""' ''''" "���'"���������"������"'������"-���'���������"������"*  Mr, and Mrrf; Jack Temple aro oh��  Joylng a ,1-weeks vacation at their Redrooffs home,  .Quests of, lhe ,1'IuijSb Duffs last weekend wCro '"��� llielr * cl��ufitl>tor-iii-lnw. Dawn  Berthejet. 'from'Vancouver, and their son '  ,ia**l1KI](VU, ��if _m  If you have decided to Install electric heating In your home, you're undoubtedly  looking forwarcJI to! enjoying lhe> kind of comfort and depehdabllity that comes w  the most modern system available. The key factor, of course, Is the installation,  ^That'svvhyweteoommendthatyouasky  It to Medallion standards.  Nal-urally  from . .  UNCLE  MICK'S - ^  In tho Trail Bay Centre  The electrical Industry put. years of  experience and study into the^develop-  ' mentmentof the Medallion standards -  proven Installation practices,which are  Ing cable,, wall .units, forced warmair.,  hydronlc - there's *a wide choice of  equipment to suit, individual needs.  Electric heating i,glves you, the oppor-  Ml VI vm    _n iwwim��i��i (,j.imw,i-ww    ,iim-h    -n,  -    ,     .       ���<i . - - -   ,       - - -',���-.,�������  .7 **'..   . , ,r , , %   . ., , .,��� ,tl, j,^��� ��� .9 j, ..}. ,..  yQurlasauranfi^^tthe,qualJty,ar1dipe^79;,,j^           ii i  *~_ >nnm  U..  rr.r.m  tamnaraliiro r\e\t\kri_\  *jfMIi/iMIIf/MH//'/H/i/Mti///Mi>��  .     I '{ ,.h,  1 III *'ll tl . 11 I .  Mi i(i|.)i(i    i1  FQRYOUR  SHOPPING  COMFORT  Sorry for the  Inconvenience  WHILE WE ARE  formance you are eKpecting, and pay  Ing for, wfien you Install eleotrlc heating.  The Medallion standards mean that the  system has been sized correotly to Insure comfort In a,ny weather normal to  your area; that there Is proper Insula-  * tion: td conserve heat and save money:  that there are approved -controls to  maintain comfort and oontrlbute to  mQre,ef||qlpnt.Mao.pf.el!3qlr(o.!.!|yIWwwlw  '' Basjaboarcl and floor drop-In "units; cell"  for room-by-room temperature control,  It's clean, quiet and effloient- the most  modem system available, ' "*  What about operating cpsta? R.C.  Hydro will give you a written estimate  of annual costs of heating with elec*  trlclty'and any other Information ypu  would like about electric heating, All  for Iree, Call B.C. Hydro Customer Ad-  ^vIsQj-yServ.lPQ.They'll give ^ou.awnrm  "welcome.   '���      *^mm*��4^i*i��^ I  B.C. HYDRO  Some Ir-eos* llko hlaek spruce can ro  .produce   hy' "Inyorln..."   as   lowop   live  hrnnchoH become covered by, mosses and  ......do'volop.rootfl.to���ovenlually���heconje new^  treon, ' ���   '  jnuiuiuuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiuuiuwii^  B ERNIE'S  i      '     '  SUPERMARKET im  formerly E&M  We are oxpnading to a  FAMIIU SHOPPING CEMTIRE  I ^riw^t^^^-tr^^sW**'^ ���r*l,ti(Hi-i*(��iP*��!��!  CtOTHIMG, AUTOMOTIVE, HEALTH and  : BEAUTY AIDS.  With A  Complete Line of HARDWARE AS REFORE.  Mil, i '     ' l/   -t_. f I , i ' ��   , I '  ���ft*W*>��W1lW��*IWffWW*im��Mr^^  *^w^*i**ip***ifif^"*��*!*'(i*i BBjBW p^*^M*��*MH>wW**"^Jr��(" I*-*"  ,|wITT*,r*Bi ���*Wr"j  Complete  lino  of  GIfta, |  Grocorios, Novoltioa  ;9;OO...a,m,..(w^,,l.Q;Q0���9,��,IIl4���,  11   ,    .    ,   .  11�� ,  ....,,��� .. ...,.,., .....  Pernio and M Sholagan;  IwylOl'    ,   , Phono 885-9414  iniiiiiiiiiuiiiiu^  '7 '  ,.,i��� ... .. i  HARBOUR  1 >.i,   "  P,p, Pox 158 �� MaUolra Park* B^C, �� Phor^o 885-2513  n<l|^M��ll|   )(MI    ItH | t**l Hl-��W*t*  ���,�����   H-mn   'i��i��  (Ui;i,l(mw|Wrt  4i* <.'''   .1  mti-'Mrry* , *-. j.*i  *   ."^l*.N   '   >    *M��^    T    fit*  mmfmtm  -MACLEODS  ...... ,"#.*, _��� -*- - (formerly * Morsholl Wells)  I H^(W'W*jW"W��i��W^  ELECTRIC HEATING OUR SPECIAtTY  iff y$f>^^^m��\Z��^*  Mormnid Stroot, Socholt. B.C.  Phono 888-2131  ynmmm^\ n WwibCwSSX^^  ��l>MI��4til*'4lflft��WUH--|  USR TfOUR (3AMIB^ ACCOUNT CARD  ninrmnni  *  |!       m..\   ,  n-4^tm^wie��m^^mmmmm��^imm#^mm  .���<.~^��,..M.4,^.,..l.l.,,|..|���..*)V��-^������,  885-^062  SIM" f  'electrical contractor  7   ; * ; ���   ������ ��� '   ,i  1' Boh 351       >  i i  Socholt. B.C.  i,7  . ,���..*v  .,:' h-' /.  i J.',' *   t | *l   ��*W,��.' f *.  ,J  '   I  7  <n' mm*, wm, ., ��i�� (i( m i  *I7!  t *  *   i Vt  >. '  i  ��PWW'M*H>����iW������WW ������N ������#-.���  Hospifal Auxiliary  hosts patients party v  LAST Saturday, Halfmoon Bay... Hospital  \ Auxiliary hosted a Mother's Day party for patients in the Extended Care Unit  of St. Mary's Hospital. The lounge looked  festive for the occasion with masses of  lovely flowers, many of them Mother's  Day gifts7 Among the gay decorations  x were attractive 'felt plaques- which are  made by the patients as part of the  'physiotherapy  programme.  After   each   lady  had   been   given,, a.  (joy-sage,   a   friendly   game   of   bingo   was  played which caused considerable excitement, particularly "when prizes, were won  ���and���opened. A-ll���prizes���were--donated���by-  members of the Auxiliary. '  .While" refreshments were served and  a big Mother's Day cake cut and distri-  6uted, lively music was played by Mr.  Emery Scott of Roberts Creek on hjs  accordion. The party was undoubtedly  a huge success.  The next meeting of the Halfmoon  Bay Auxiliary will be on "June 19, and  will take the form of a -sfnofgasborrj supper at the home of Mrs. Ed. Cook', at  Eureka. One of the members has offered  to donate', a piano for the Extended Care  Unit when a suitable one is available,  qb anybody having a piano for sale, please  get in touch with any member of the  ���   Auxiliary.  MORE    ABOUT'...  Sand:bar warning  ���from  page  A-l  tion representative will check some of  the pull-out areas during the course of  his collections on. the Peninsula to see  if there is a possible location with availability of necessary phone and power  facilities. "~  *. It mentioned that it is also necessary  to make application to the Highways Department to place a booth on the highway as such installations are considered  tb be a traffic hazard.  't  iROADS  ' Birthday Happiness '    v  Mr. Jim Anderson of Halfmoon Bay    nieces, Miss Barbara Ladner (left);  ..celebrated his 91st birthday on May    Mrs.  A.  Herbison and Mrs. "J. ,R.  9th  and  is  pictured  here  with his    (Tim) Armstrong.'  At Halimoon Bay...  Boer War veteran honoured  with 91st birthday party  f It was agreed to submit a list of road  priorities -to the Department of Highways  in  keeping with  past  policies.  These.in-  fuded  top portions of Mason Road* Nor'  est Bay Road, both only partially paved  ���lo far. Benner Road and Snodgrass Road  vit' Selma'Park   were  also  suggested  for  paving. . *  FERRIES  ��� _ Protest regarding the poor food serv-  iec on the Langdale-Horseshoe Bay ferry  V/as previously registered with the Ferry  Authority together with ra copy to Hon.  Isabel Dawson. No reply has yet been  forthcoming from the Authority but Mrs.  fiawson wrote stating she had noticed  the situation herself while a passenger  aboard the ferry.  AT THE age of 91, Mr. James Alfred  Anderson of Halfmoon Bay is alert"  and spry, with a clear mind and a remarkable memory. He keeps his comfortable waterfront home at the head of  Halfmoon Bay immaculate and his garden  is a mass of spring flowers and blossom-  ing   fruit   trees.   He   does     all   his. own  gardening and keeps the grass cut with  an   electric, mower.  On the occasion of his 91st birthday  on May 9th, neighbours flocked to his  house from all directions to attend a tea  in his honor. Acting as hostesses-were  three of his nieces, Mrs. A. Herbison  and Miss Barbara Ladner of Nanaimo,  Mrs. J. R.4 Armstrong of Vancouver and  his  neighbor,  Mrs.   Ruby  Warne.  Mr.   Anderson   was   born   in   London,  Davies, who owned the first beauty parlour in Vancouver, driginally the property of Madam Humphries. Mrs. Anderson  inherited from her family a quarter section of land in Boston Bar which her  father had acquired for a homestead in  19127  When the  depression���hit���VaneouverT-  gramme.  What is you reaction to the school's  attendance policy.  How do you rate the over - all athletic  programme.  v Do you believe that your child requires a remedial reading programme.  How would you rate school communication with**the home.  How would you rate the Industrial  Education   Programme.  How would you rate the Home Economics programme.  How would you rate the Art programme.  How would you rate the counselling  service.    BEEF STEAKETTES  Package of 9  England in 1881, where he served seven  years' apprenticeship in* electrical engineering. In those days, he says,-he worked from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. but he felt people were more contented than they are  now. He certainly doesn't remember there  being any protest marches. He served in  the Boer War as sharpshooter with the  Kent Yeomanry and was wounded in  the last battle before peaee was declared.  The Boer bullet was aimed at his chest,  but he was indeed lucky, for it struck  a button on his, tunic, glanced off his  wallet and wounded him in the thigh.  Returning   to   London,   he   continued  tlie Andersons decided to take a look at  the Boston Bar property, so they took a  tent and spent a week there surveying  the prospects. The result was that in  1938, they moved to Boston Bar which,  during the next thirty years, they- were to  play a major part in developing. It meant  a life of pioneering, for there was no electricity, water had to be carried by hand  and neighbors were few. They had land,  but nobody had, money to buy or lease it,  so they buUt a small ca.fe���and later a-  Standard Oil gas station. They were both  keen gardeners and beautified the place  with flowers and grew all their own  vegetables. As the road improved, traffic increased and, the cafe and the gas  station prospered, but it was 1944 before  they were able to build themselves a  comfortable log cabin home.  v In 1957 when the Highways Department was improving and widening the  road to a 120 ft. highway, th'ey wanted  to cross the spot where the * Anderson's  cafe and garage were located, so the two  buildings had to be moved back forty  feet.  The  Andersons  decided  to  convert  How would you rate the music' programme.  Give an assessment of your pupil progress reporting systems.  Have you visited one of your child's  teachers this yearv-������--.������*        - ���     .,-......���,.,...-  Have you attended an athletic, m_usic  or  drama  function.  Have you visited the school to see  the  administration.  Would you be willing to give some  hours as a school aide.   work ing, but. .thc-muL. Iml uusellJed Jiim.....  '^i;.:T7;'*���1_^��������^1,:^���^   i   i... -   ...   .���- ...    ....    , ���n^T   7777 TrnETrrTir^uTies^or lour is Is and Standar  Oil leased land from them on which they  built  a   new  garage.  Mr. and Mrs. Anderson bought their  Halfmoon Bay home in 1908 and moved  there for their retirement in 1969. Mrs.  Anderson died a year later, a few months  before she was to receive a Centennial  Pioneer's medal,  R0ALC0G0R RANCH  THIRD ANNUAL  Garden Bay Road  Pender Harbour  ....-r.Jrr.Evtents=~  Sat., July 29  ,,       11 ;00 a,rr��.  Sr. Events  10:30 a.m.  Gold Cup Jumping  Calf Riding  Steer Riding  Western Gamos  BARN DANCE  Saturday, 9 pJm.  and ho came to Canada in 1903. He_  wy.rked for about five years in Toronto  where he operated a machine shop, specializing in making samples for patents.  He recalls lhat it. was called Toronto the  Good in those days ancl everything was  closed up on Sundays.  By   191,0,   he   found   his   way   to   tho  west   coast   ancl" travelled   around   B.C.  ancl   Washington,  Apart   from   his   trade,  which could  always secure  him  a  good  job, he had ono "of the first movie projectionist licence's in B.C. He also played"'  the   banjo,   sometimes   working   with -a  bund, On ope8 occasion,,he,, tuid a .singer,,,,  ,j!4.'&ix44q^  us   a   singing   banjo   team   on   the   old  "Flier", n ship���wh'ch plied between Seat-  116"arid Everett' but Jim 'Anclorson didn't  think il was a very good way of earning   '  �� living, He and a group of friends became Interested in tho old Bullion Mine  hail boon ��� closed for years, Il had bepn  u.sllnuitccl thai It would cost, $100,00Wo  - .put ,lho.inliKi ���������back Into ������operation, Mr,  Aiiclcrsoii and his friends gol It working  In. loss Hum I wo years and at n cost of  loss than $20,000, but Ihoy bwmno In-  volvoxl In a law case ovor the lltle and  lusl oyurylhlng they . had ,put into It, ���  Tho inlno ha,s' never boqi wpvkcd since,  '  llo wim u koon luiutor nnd had at loaul  ono iuutow UHcnpo from death. Thlt, was  ^,ui,uund*.^l)l.li.Jwhoi\.-l)o��.\y����i-llvlnR'<nt*<*-in�� ��������  "'" vei'niai'o In lho Lnko'Winclot'iiYoro"country"  mmllbwortt, of Banff, Ho.uki'ooiI to take ,  a SuolHiimn out to hunt for n bear, but  gave ,h'm /.pooll'lc hji-Uruutlont* not to  Khool, until hoi" JlmVAiuloi'Hon7i',iivevhlm  Iho word,, However, Iho Scot ww Home-  Ihliif! move clown l>olow thorn and. f.ot-   -Hiir -oxcllocli ho -shot;- hillingif boar cub.'u  Thin brought lhe mother boar hot foot  nl'lor  them,  until    rihn  and ,11m    wore  ���adpn rot ad"son ly^bynri"^^  nhol  at  her heart, nhu grabbed  hit-,  Ion  liv*"her mouth unci' lhey rolled ovor In- '  , gelher, Iliilthe nhol had found,Uh Un'Rot  aiuj nho (Hail before who, could do him'  .my HorliiuKinJury,  In 11)30. Mr, Andei'Hon married lVlaudu,  -��� How Would you rate the science programme.  How would you rate the commerce  programme.  Would you like the grade 11 and, 12  attendance to  remain  compulsory.  How would you like the school to  check on attendance.  Do you agree" with early graduation  after three semesters in grades 11 and  12.  ���  Is-the concept of part-time students  a good one.  Would you support more money for  hlio-^pei^t-i^n-K^f-^ehoois'r���''������'���������������  Most of the. answers woukl.be ticked  off in ratings of very high, high, average,  below average and poor.  No signatures are required.  ''7 Until it closed in 1970, Canada's only  floating post office operated for 62 years  inyNorth Vancouver. 7 ...    r  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  Pad". Please note that spaqe is limited and some advance dates may  havo to wait their turn;, also, that, this ,ls a .'"reminder.',',.listings only.and ,  cannot always carry full details.  May, 17���-7)30 p,m,   Sunshine School,, Gfbsons. ,5cchalt  and  District:  Retarded Children's Assoc, meeting.  May 17���7:30 p,m, Airport Clubhouse, Elphinstone Aaro Club meeting.  May  17���.8 p.m. Secholt Legion Hall, Bingo.  May 18���8 p,ni, Pender Harbour Community Hall. Bingo,  May 19���2 p,m, Roberts Creek Legion Hall, LA Tea and Homo Cooking,  May  19���8 p,m, Socholt Indian Hall, Bingo.  May 20���Fro,m 8 a.m, Madeira Park, Lions Pqqcal^ Breakfast  May 20���From 10 a,m, Ponder Harbour May Day celebrations,  May 20���9 a,m, ��� 4 p.m, Supor Valu lot,-Gibsons, Jobies Car Wash,  May 20���From 8 p.m, Socholt Loglon'Hall. Royal Canadian Loglon dance  Miay. 22"        "' "     '  Government  Inspected, Ib.  WIENERS  GR6UN^BEEf7=zB  IT'S SALAD TIME  LETTUCE   Firm Heads  lOWlAIUfcb Tubes,  14 ox.  Each  POTATOES  CANTALOUPE  FRESHDAIUf/  Parkay  MARGARINE  HAMBURGER BUNS  lbs.  12s, each  12s,  each  iiyw*     rirr��w]  .,.*�����. ,:rf.nUfti.   I  12.noon, .Socholt IntJIcwnViiiaqo green, Crowning of Indian'  Princess and May Day -celebrations.  HOT  DOG BUNS  TOMATOES  Rodina, 14 ox.   FRUIT     COCKTAIL Nabob,  14 ���., each  ORANGE  CRYSTALS  LUNCHEON  MEAT Sp^ ��*;_,.  PANCAKE     MIX    Melograine,  3  lb.  PANCAKE  5YRUP  MARSHMALLOWS  .?5r,��^J.-V... C^ Tri-Pack,   each  5CwXTaE5��i00srAssortec      .���I.IIB*'K      Laundrv Sood.���>��� 5 ��lb;"**". (..-:-!-.......-4. :-..  DISHWASHING  LIQUID ,(J|��� yl  for  99c  i9c  for  7"  Nabob,  32  ox.  Kraft; 11 ox;  ��**** tJH. .��WAi^ su  ox,  May' 27���8 p,m, Wilson Crook ,Community  dance.    , ,, ,  ,      .  lall, Community Assoc,  ASK FOR OMR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple  UUtlng   Sorvlco  YaneouYor Real Rrtate  INSURANCES  LTD.  Box 120, Socholt, B.C.  Phone 895x2235  TIDE BOOKS ^CHARTS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  \mm  Or cqll  Toll   Froo  fronil'tlio Greater Vancouvor Arpa  .  ' ���; ���' ,ZEiiiki202r** "." 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Pages K8  Friendship TQCTi..v \  Pender Hqrbour Auxiliary  holds 35th anniversary  PXRETTY    springtime    decorations    made     in thdse early1 days, but more important,  the Pender Harbour Community HaU     it was* wVthwhile, said Mrs, Warden.  an   attractive   settinQ   for     t,bp, Hospital r��j]rs.   Donel'y    introduced   prcsidcnte  Auxiliary s   35th   Anniversary    celebrat- and guests of Port Mellon; Gibsons; Rob-  ion and Friendship Tea. erts   Creek;   sechelt   and  Halfmoon  Bay  President   Mrs.   J.   Donelly   welcomed Auxiliaries."  guests   including   Regional   Representat- Mrs.   Elsa   Warden   and   Mrs    Mary  lves for British Columbia Hospital Auxi- Love presided at the  tea-table . and Mrs  hanes Mrs. Joyce Bennie.  Former presi- Warden cut the beautiful birthday cake,  dents   of   the   Pender   Harbour   Hospital Mrs.  Doreen  Webt7 was  convenor for  Auxiliary   were   introduced   and   tribute the   tea,   and   t^ie .decorating   commiftee  was_pM:t_Q:t^a.I^e-.Members,.JVIrsT_Dan consisted   of   Marge   Rankin,   Joy   Philp '  Cameron and Mrs. Sharpe who were un- Mary Alexander and Louvaine Lee  able to attend. ',......��� ,,.__._. ^        ,     , '     .  _-, .. _        _ , , Visitors were delighted with the dis-  -    Canon   Alan   Greene   addressed    the p_ay   0f  handcrafted   articles   which will  gathering and recalled events leading to be sold at the Fall bazaar and manv ad-  the formation  of  the  Auxiliary in   1937. vance orders were taken. Also attracting  He brought with him two valuable scrap- much attention was the display of scrap-  ^.loc*s containing pictures.^hich, tell the books and old photographs arranged by  story of the*. Columbia -erjiast���**Ml*^ionvi**'aii'd* Mrs.' Jeari" Patterson     .-...,,*'  _    toese^were   greatly   admired.   He   ailso Members and guests signed the guest  j     brought    the     now    historic   . document book and the enjoyable afternoon ended'  ������*     iVoo18 t7.e ?nSmal Petition drawn up with a speech of thanks from Mrs  Neva  -in  1928 and; signed" by about. fifty~resi--  Newman, presidenl"3r'ffie"Hblierte~Seek~"  dents,  asking  the  Columbia  Coast   Mis- 'Auxiliary.  sion to build a hospital at Pender Har- Next meeting of the Auxiliary will be  j     t>our* on Wednesday,  June  14 at  1:30  p.m.  in'  / Mrs. J.  A.  Morgan, Auxiliary Repre- the  Legion flail.  sentative on the Hospital Board, brought  ~  greetings on behalf  of Board Chairman   <   l*"*****,,",*****"nnnnnnnnnnnniiimnflnimniiiiiw.  EXPERT  ���>%HHL    A SPECIALTY  WITH US  'Wtlcfi ~  Repairing  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  *��i��-       WELCH'S  Historic Document . , 0~  "Expressing the sentiment that they    the petition in 1928. Looking over the    Mrs.   Jean  Rousseau.  The  petition uTSol Dou^f SheBpSd tribute^  would like to see a hospital built at    historic  document are Canan Alan    was drawn up at a meeting with Rev. Pender Harbour Auxiliary  which Ler  Pender  Harbour",  fifty people,   all    Greene, Mrs. Maggie Wray a Char-    John Antle,  superintendent    of  the the years has grown in service and in  pioneers ofPender Harbour, signed*\...ter Member   of the Auxiliary   and.   Columbia Coast Mission at that time. ��� umbers- With the greatest distance to  ���������'.*'     - .j   .-������    ���    -     ������-   ���     -      - ���������..,  .������          *  navel, Pender volunteers have to put in  Mr��i-���.���__i .^^^..^.^jiiEujiiiuiniuuiiiM ��� ������������nil ��� muv^__m������.*. ��������� >i>i>                                                                                        "more time and effort to serve the  Hospital,   Mrs.   Morgan   pointed   out.   As   a  700%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  money raising group, Pender has done  its share in, purchasing fine equipment  which lias made St. Mary's one of the  best equipped small hospitals in the  Province.  ���,... .-Regional,., Representative-Mrs. -Bennie  also brought greetings, saying that Pender Harbour Auxiliary must have seen  a lot of changes in 35 years, but one  thing has not changed and that is the  service and dedication shown by members.  Honorary:' Life   Memb��f   nf"'" Twfe7  Sechelt, B.C. 815-2421  v**"i*"i**"*��*'*w*i��nnntin>MW"W  Harbour Auxiliary, Mrs.- Elsa Warden  paid tribute to the pioneers who were  charter members of the Auxiliary and  introduced Mrs. Maggie Wray who was  present. She also remembered the ladies  from Egmont and Vancouver Bay who  worked so hard for the Hospital. It was  fun, travelling to the meetings! by boat  PENDER  HARBOUR  MAY DAY  WNCMrtRESKFfiST  Sponsored, by Pender Harbour Lions Club  from 8 a,m. Saturday, May 20fh  MADEIRA  PARK  OUTDOORS IF WEATHER PERMITS  IF   RAINING���To  be   held  in  MADEIRA  PARK  COMMUNITY HALL. See You There.  j-WMflMIWHlW^  /  ' - .,���'.���:���   Past Presidents  Not all the past presidents of Pender    left:   Mrs.  Ann Scales,  Mrs.  Jakie Mrs. Joy Philip with Regional repre  Harbour's Hospital   Auxiliary, could   JDiW^-eil^j,..l^fes.^J_._Jea>xiJ-; ,$iadey.���._.M^ B.C. ,Hospital, Auxilia  be present for the 35th Anniversary.    Blsa; W;a?d                         Gooldrup, T4ee, Mrs-. Joyce Jennie.        '���'"'.-  Those able to attend, pictured from ,, M^.Mary-L-ove and in the back are 7, ,      , ,,       ,      , '���������, ",.  Anniversary  ,, .You .will. find. tho  flliowoi-��� KU't you , f , ���   ���,,,,���        ���'   ,,.,.,...., ���nropivw^flry,   need nt, M'sh Bqo'h Cm-ci nnd Gift shop,   Bringing good   wishes   to Pendor   Raines, president of tho Co-orclinnt-  Whtu;f, Road,' Socholt, _ *  "    "       ,"; (   Honour on .the occasion of its /yux-( ing Councilj\ Mrs,' Joycb Bonnie, Re-  (pin m  m ^ m hi��� ��� ii in'�� rnrnvit n i   ", illdry's 85Mi' BlrUi'day nro' Hospital"' gional* roprosontatlYbj ' .Mrs*'   J&kl'b  :  *  -T  HwUHH^Jjil-HW'--  JOLLY ROGER  "."^'���������IW:':'-:":'  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  n    ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  ',    I, "     I ,     1  'Dock Spacer For Ghosts,  Hoowd Pool and [Sauno  . Auxiliary iprosWonts: Mrs, Dooloy, .Donnelly,, Ponder Harbour. Mrs,  .. Mason,,,Gibsons;-..Mrs, Ino 7Grafor Quoo*nlo' Burrowfl, Halfmoon Bay;  <���>'^^vicq-preslde^tr Secholt; ^Mrsr*Ncy'a��**and7Mi'srDorcen-'OockorpP6rt^MoV''  MoWiT^'ani Robots 'GrpokiMrs, C. K. ;ion! 7 ,   -   7777,,  ,    ''.       *    *  . '      ��� ���   '     '       1  'r^offlr*RountHM<^^  f,��r^iilJHiftidl*rmWir^��r.nLjii..,tin,iyi,.ii.,.i.rw���rtiri^rr. nmrii   **&*__���tut���to,   _   __.__.   _._    _^A__^___.a^^,^uiL^_    ..    i.H-nirlrti  Wl*f#��t#SWi��tW'^^  **(�����**i$mmm&J'^m^^*^m^i��mfmmm �� &f?w&m*fatif$!^  Available  r|{>>Ri ��*1  ,W';HALI?MOOW ~BAYr-*��'B->C.*,,i����,  i.1.  __  Phone 885-9998  tonrnniflWi  rW^.iwi'Hwia  ��i��iHil��inii��H*ai��H  P. V. 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'* '.|,7I,  '   ��� !7Jl --���o,.  \  Pnqe B-2  The Peninsula Times    [SB  Wednesday ."May 1771972    _^  ' "\     ' '77  -Anavets Comer  ���Gibsons Army,   Navy and  v Air  Force  Unit 357  by   Adam  McBride ,  F.VERY   team,   whether   it    U.     baseball,  1'nolball or  volleyball,  has  a  h-iaseol  or  eheerli-ailer.  lireaasf uti Ihe imnilier ol' ronfp.'lan..":,  it ua-'i very rtiffieiiM lo chr.. r.p a '*'M7*;  Aiia\e17 rln-'ei' lr-ai|i-i; '['heir- \\ t-i. originally niiir- juilgf". lor I hi' ri riile-',l. Six  of thi'M* jinliiP-'.' \\'(. e .'tis'iualitii'.l |itVau.-.p  nl'   lhe   mandatory   l>i eat lialv.-rr   lesl.   One  ��� * ^tfrA^tfr'*���? "f"  Gibsons and district residents liad a  first-hand opportunity to acquaint  themselves with the fire department's equipment and personnel as  Open  House at  Fireball  the annual open house was held  Saturday in conjunction with Fire  Services Recognition Day. Fire Chief  Dick Ranniger said his department  hosted guests from as far away as  Sacramento, Cal.  And manv thanks are extended...  Kiwanis Club coffers now $20,1  towards senior citizen projects  other.' Mr\ Al'l.erl l)anrollii ask-e.l to be  disqualified bevause, afler looking at llie  first two oi* three eontestanls. In* found  his glasses had cracked. Some unknown  onlooker offered Dr. Danrolh a pair of  contact lenses, which fit very well, but  after the contest it was discovered that  t.hey were (lot contact lenses at all. They  were rose coloured bingo chips! .  ~A' Of the .two remaining judges, one,  Mr. Robert Watson, was disqualified because his judging card was filled out in  Gaelic.  Believe me, as the one remaining  judge, I showed no favouritism. The fact  that my niece won was due to her own  personal magotism.  ��� Anyway,"it sure feels good to belong  to an outfit, whose' only casualties will  be-.from  mumps or measles.    -  Keep an eye out for the members of  our Pony League baseball team. As we  can't afford crests, we have used the  Army, Navy and Air Force statnp on  each boy's forehead. The two boys without foreheads have been* stamped elsewhere.  The name of the "Miss Anavets" cheer  leader contest winner is Amanda Mc-  Birdie. Though she is only eleVen years  old, she is big for her size. In addition  to the grand prize of a do-it-yourself  appendectomy kit, she also received a  small bursary to help her to reach her  goal to work for Cleveland Co. Ltd., well-  known manufacturers of jack hammers.  Although at a tender age, she has already  passed her equipment operators test, but  " must wait some time until the two drill  holes in her foot heal up.  If you wish-to join Army, Navy and  Air Force Veterans 357 (ANAVETS),  send in two 1932 Ford fenders and $40c,  oi* simply show up at the next ANAVETS  dance, announced in the Coming Events  column.  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  WE  SPECIALIZEHU  'heavy duty Mechanics  -'���������������- ��� ��� ���   -    -��� ���      1���-    ���-in ii mii iii iiii .^a ���nn     ���   .ii   iffi^E  ~'   "  "��� -������   ���  PORTABLE WELpiNG SERVICE *  COMPLETE' LINE  OF, HEAVY   DUTY  AND  AUTO  PARTS  AND  ACCESSORIES  \ ���*''������.  GIBSONS MARINE AND  INDUSTRIAL  (1972)  LTD.  MAZDA!   MAZDA!   MAZDA!  NEED A NEW OR USED CAR?  See your Mazda Representative in this area  AT $  ON SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Next to the Twilight Theatre  ^���^���������������^������^���������������^������������-��-^M��rftnnnnn|||fyM1|y1|Wnn|M|^^  l^���LO  are  t  AROUND $20,000 has been realized to  date by the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis  Club and the affiliated Senior Citizens  Kiwanis Village (Gibsons) towards the  future home for senior citizens as a result of the efforts of the local group and  generous contributions of district residents and organizations.  Fund-raising projects by the TKiw-  anians include the popular bingos, pancake suppers, boat raffles and other efforts, all in aid of the proposed home for  the  senior  citizens.  Tn"TliTs" respect*'" mem"aeTs-"^" Tlie T^T"^"  anis Club and the directors of the association would like to publicly thank those  donors who haye contributed over* the  past three years to make a home for the  aged  a  reality.  From available records, public ancl  private donations are: in lieu of flowers  for   R,   A.   Charrvberliris,   P.   Slroms,   Ed  Wrays, R. E. Grant, S. Holland, and C. '  Chamberlins who contributed around $80.  The Women's Institute, on disbanding,  provided $2,280, while other donations,  included M&W Holdings $3,000), Roller  Skating Club ($200), Universal Timber  Ltd. ($576), and Canadian Forest Products safety committee ($300).  Many names, too numerous to mention, are acknowledged in' the money in  lieu of Christmas cards project started a  few years ago by Pearl Feeney and carried on by Marybelle, Holland and Dor-  othy  "Wright, whlcJ__,_s.aw a_ further  $380  donated. The ladies, headed by Bernice  Chamberlin, who for the past two years  have brightened up many a home with  cut flowers and bulbs on display each  fall at Super Valu, managed to provide  an additional $500.  The local Old Age Pensioners Organization came up with $245 (this didn't  come easy); The Cedars Inn contributed  fortifellon Auxiliary  can use new members  THE MAY meeting of the Port Mellon  Branch of the Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital was held at the home of Mrs.  A. Sim in Langdale. There were nine  members present.  The  Lower   Mai-nland   Regional   Conference held May 3rd at the Lions Gate  Hospital, North Vancouver was discussed.  One   hundred   and   eighty-one   members  .ay.e,.an. indoor entrance.    frQm..diffemni,,A.ii^.i.lJa.i*lQ<L-^t4^idgd^--]  ' ty-two members attended from the Sunshine Coast including seven from Port  Mellon Auxiliary. The matter of having  candy stripes to help with the patients  was also brought up and discussed.  We would appreciate having some  new members and anyone interested  please contact Mrs. William.Dockar 880-  2631.  $5 and the Arbutus Rebekah Lodge No.  76 have  donated $297.05  for  furnishings.  There are.also those who contributed  labour and machinery to clear the new  site that no dollar value has been placed  on, but still very necessary and much appreciated and the efforts of Frank Ver-  hulst, Roy & Wagenaar Surveyors, Ken  Fielder, B.C. Hydro and the corporation  of the Village of Gibsons.  The complex will (when completed)  contain six double units; 16 single units,  a central lodge and a recreational area.  Each, unit  wi  as well' as a patio entrance to afford  as much privacy as regulations will par-  mit.  Drainage, water, sewage, and landscaping are all nebulous costs that the  Kiwanis  Club  will  have to  bear.  Your continued support at. all Kiwanis  fund raising projects is appreciated, and  the club sincerely hopes it will continue.  DANCING  "S" -  "  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  BEST  in  ENTERTAINMENT  Saturday,  May 20  Join The Fun  ENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 Cover Charge 886-2472  WIIIIIIIMIW'|WMM''^^  ��        j_m_m     mm.   wm m_ mms_.   m  _\\ ���     _mm%__ ������:���. __m-:v__m'__mi___mkr:M  I  OYSTERS,_SALMON-  (and yes ��� clams)  ROBERTS CREEK PICNIC SITE  2 p:m7 to 4 pm. '  (Phone 886-2121  for tickets)  ALL YOU CAN EAT  ..,.,.������    '������'���   ���   ���.,.���!.:���.,     ������������     ...,..������,���....���...-���,...   ���-..!���       '���   7-   ..    ���      ���'*.    .   ���.  ENTERTAINMENT  7 Family:$6^00 r~i:AtiuHc$2.00:5^:Childre��r:?1.00  (DANCE AT* THE USGION IN GIBSONS AT 9 P.M.)  ,,       (Sponsored byGlbsons'Seg Cavalcacloy    '  �� K�� 1%  IjjWJ^pJrtWSrtWfS^^fa^!**^^***^.**  KIWANIS CLUB COFFERS NOW WOO  PM"^*���"^^  IDON'T FORGET OUR  2nd  ANNIVERSARY  ��i|wi*>"��f^l(l<(ir^  w _. rmwwwiB^tw'-W**  Driftwood Plavers  lookingjoniunds  LASTING THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF MAY  m || ww^rrrw^  en ueVnes Hoorcovenngsttd  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway - Gibsons  1111. *CM *��*WI **mW**i M*H��it I ��i*H* (t��4mlmi*4M 9nm< ���)***���� 94  AM tM(M*.Mt)*��<m-"(r���� .  PHONE, 886-7112  JN Till") Driftwood Plnyorn'. -ntlompln to  ''Rooui'b  fundi**..'n  npokonmnn  for  Iho  Rroilp upproftoliod Ollwonn vIIInro i*p.un��  cll Innl week, hhIUiih for Hupport,  Mrn,.T, Olnnflforrt told cihiiioII moni-  l)orn IIUh wiih lluv Uilrd H��'im���� for Iho  (jrovip npd nihltfil, "I think thai huwhhh  onmo"' loo quickly for un munoliii'lly."  Shonnld tlio Hruup lhln your K'^ncd tho  ^iroivoi^of n'fiiM-owti irrnn^Tf) i>r"0iiw  hou Crook Juno. 2 mul Hint fh\i\nclid tiitp-  port wmi needed.*,':Sho dld.mimtlon  Iho  ���poH��thUl,t^^of--^bUih>li)t^iuUltiral~Krnntn-  Jn n lonfj rnnRO'plnn.  , Mayor��� WolieiwJPe'.craon-'flBltl'-eoiinctI  ^WilLlltol^ J n,tl��o .eou ��..  ell MGoUniv  n  ��^(AsStr4*��V>��IM��W��W'^{'^^ �������MS<��**!��n'|^i'��Ti->  i(.f*roa^��t*!�����if��V*��wWt��1��%��*l^*1^^  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  BAIT - ICE - TACKLE  KM *ll ��*< I1H�� ����� *|4H>?"i ttf M Mt>Mt<mM'|iMI<l��Ml>��Ml  NYGREN SALES  ,. .,   , f GIBSONS  ,,        ��.  TT  Fibreglass septic tanks are light  (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  B^Hdang.and .Plumbing  Itl ^rH��wl^'t*'**H*w  Gibsons  qnies or  Septic Tank Contractors  ' .   ��� , , S86-29B3  �����.  rrt��MH*t��M(fSr,l��(iMIIM(((|i|��II!l��HHW(��n |  SuPP?rl,PQfi'msuh, Industry  wflM^r^rtWBw��rre������i)*4*��4fV��^^s^^  i>LX  J*~mm��m  '      I'  1  (y. \  ^  \  .Jj3p��i  \_  .....>..��g  ���!TSiul*:  -*rfj.*-_;s:,7  ���ii-y-T. ...  ���������WM��������WMUUMMWllllM>IMMMtMMtlM>^WWtUM.��t^  ft    U  'I" *  ^.^l^f  I" '   '       '.   t��F3_ ,^'   s^9\i  *2^J      . flrfflV .    . ' 'yte--2  a A _j   -J   ���  : 7    j/5?**. ���>  .%���  , F   rh  <.Vf,  .        ^ (By Jack Mills)  ��wwwvWMMVWWWV1>MWMVWHtMwlrinwHWW_^_>_^,������,T.,,,_..._.... ������ lru _, mnnnflrmnnnfinnnniiiuuiiuuuuujuui.  >-J*  THIS   is  about   the  school  board. ,So   if  you   aren't   interested   in   the   school  board,   forget   the  whole  deal  and  read  the  classified  ads.  Last week a parent of an Elphinstone  Secondary School student ��� brought a  questionnaire into the office that was  apparently, mailed from Sechelt District  No. 46 (Sechelt), which happens to be  the home office of\ the school hnarH  but she promised not to say. a word.  And so ft goes. How many other-serious replies did you get school board?  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  The annual band concert at Elphin-'   Friday evening before an apprecia-  stone. Secondary   School was   held    tive audience who acknowledged the  Grade 8 Band  talents of the students such as the"  Grade *8 Band shown, under the dir  ection of Mel Campbell.  One of the highlights of the popular  Elphinstone band concert was the  stage band shown here. The evening  of music by the talented students  was presented at the school last Friday night. '���-'".  Wednesday, May 17, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  ryy**9****m!rm^^v<Ft***^rm  iwwwwi  wnmrwwm  Via song, acts and gymnastics...  Elementary students perform  and the adults really liked it  Gibsons editorial comment...  Included ^ with the questionnaire was  a stamped self-addressed envelope (courtesy you taxpayers). The heading of the  40-part epistle asked parents for'' their  "help in evaluating our schools," and  concluded with the request "Do Not Sign  the Questionnaire". Most of the questions  'themselves weren't out of line. But ask--.  ing that no . signature accompany the  questionnaire left the whole value of  such a project so wide open that I won't  even venture to predict the outcome. In  accordance with the school board's request, I have agreed to answer some of  the questions openly. No, I'm not a  parent. But then, the school board has  no- way of knowing that minqr detail;  any six-year-old kid can fill" the form  out and return, it. Forthwith some of the  questions,   along  with   the   answers.  Question 1: How do you react to the  semester   system?  Answer: I really react, man!  Question 5: Do you feel that a proper  lunch room  for  the  noon hour  and  for  assemblies  is  necessary?,,  Answer: I don't really know about  the "necessity of a lunch room being proper; however, I will say that if you are  going to have a lunch room I agree with  your idea that it be for the noon hour.  After all, there isn't; much point in-having a lunch room for the supper hour is  there?  Question 9: Have you visited the  school  this  year?  Answer: Not this year, but the Sea  Cavalcade had a dance there last year  and  I sure had a smashing  time.  Question 14: How is the adjustment  in  general  of  your  son  or  daughter  to  A   SURPRISE   miscellaneous  shower  in  honor of Mrs. Gladys Godber, whose  marriage to Mr. Jim Ridgewell will take  place May 20, was held at the home of  Mrs. Peter Frontager Monday evening  last week with Mrs. Bernie Duval and  Mrs. Fromager being joint hostesses;  Spring flowers graced the rooms. The  guest of honor was presented with a beautiful corsage. A toast to the bride-elect  was proposed by Mrs. Murray Palson.  Sharon and Joanne Fromager assisted  with the gifts. G^mes were played, Mrs.  D. R. Barclay being the winner.  Guests present were' Mrs. H. Rutherford, Mrs. J. Bland, Mrs. C. Gilker, Mrs,  Barclay, Mrs. D. Macklam, Mrs. T. Godber, Mrs. J. Gritt, Mrs. Poison, Mrs. W.  Ridgewell, Mrs. J. McGuire, Mrs. C. McKay, Mrs. W. Oakley, Mrs. F. Bortin. Mrs.  S. Ellison, Mrs. N. Cotton, Mrs. V. Hird,  Mrs. L. Thomas and Mrs.., W. Grose.  Unable   to   attend   but   sending /gifts  were Mrs.  C.  Beeman,  Mrs.  H.  Tanne- .  berg  and  Mrs.  G.  Varcoe.  Joyce Ripper and Beryl Sheridan Were  away to Edmonton for a weekt They  motored to the Alberta capital for a convention of Ba'hai which was attended  by over 1000 people.  Guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Corey McKay for a few weeks was the  latter's sister Mrs. T. B. Lean from Clearwater.  Mrs. J. L. Myers has returned from  spending three weeks in Vancouver with  her sister and friends. -  Visiting. Mir. and Mrs. Ted Peters were  the latter's brother-in-law and sister  David and Mardell Walfrom who were  married   recently.   Mrs.   Wolfrom   is   a  ���' ���?-, -r-wf>-.-.-? irt-11 TAfiVSv1  PRIMARY and intermediate pupils performed for their parents and friends  in the school concerts presented last week  in the Gibsons "Elementary Gymnasium.  On Wednesday afternoon the first, second  and third year pupils sang, recited, acted,  , and played rhvthm band instrnitipntstn-:  / an audience of mothers, fathers and  other pupils. The singing was bright and  the pupils obviously enjoyed the limelight. Teachers who directed their classes  are first year Miss Goodridge and Miss  Johnson; second year Miss Craig and Mrs.  Combs; third year, Mrs. Green, Mrs.  Pinkney and Mrs. Dahl. Student teachers,  Miss Ross and Mrs. Mason assisted with  the  production.  On Tuesday evening the public concert presented by intermediate pupils was  well-attended   despite % the  summery   evening   and. Stanley   Cup   play-off   game  ���r-r^rap^etiri^fei^t-^  Johnson's direction of the play "The Emperor's Nightingale" caught the spirit of  fantasy and underlying humor of the  folk tale and  was a well cast, and  ef  ficiently staged production. The boys and  girls in Mr. Horvath's class presented a '  poem done as a choral choir production  in a clear precise style and understanding interpretation. Choral speech has not  been used to such good effect before in  the school. These pupils also presented  two skits to the obvious enjoyment of  the youngsters  in  the  audience.  Four senior pupils, Gordon Currie,  Keith Comeau, Valma Scrugham, and  Nancy Honeybunn formed a singing and  guitar group in numbers which brought  down the house in uproarious  applause.  Mr. Rempel's pupils in physical education practised diligently to produce a  gymnastics display of tumbling, use of  the box and pyramid building which  delighted the spectators.  The concert brought pupils, parents  and teachers together for an enjoyable  Tiss jTJhTTstJiTVTJiay-has- ' Ijgeir  presented to Roberts Creek and S'ec&lt  schools last Monday in return,for aM3.e-  lightful concert by Miss Eriwata's choir  last fall in Gibsons Elementary.  Sea Cavalcade time  high school organization as compared to     graduate  social worker from  Winnipeg.-  IT IS difficult. to believe that Gibsons  fourth annual Sea Cavalcade is only six  weeks away. Unless of course you are  directly involved with the three-day  event, and then you not only believe it  but realize time is of the essence.  The work that has gone on behind the  scene for the Sea Cavalcade is immeasurable. The number of people involved  is creditable. But total involvement is the  only answer and here is where the assistance of everyone and anyone is needed���and quickly....���'_  Perhaps you have been thinking of  unteiTn'g a lioat' in Hie ,parade, but just  haven't got around* to w doing* anything  about it. Please rest assured that time  is now! Or maybe your organization  has been considering sponsoring an  en  try in the queen contest, but have been  leaving it go, knowing the July 1 weekend is still a long way away. You only  have to look at your calendar to realize  how much time is left.  We are in no way crying the blues for  members of the Sea Cavalcade. On the  contraory.   the   group   has   been   working  . hard and from all reports we've heard  and meetings we've been to, the machinery has been in motion smoothly and  if no one else took part from now on the  forecast is for the best Cavalcade to ever  hit  Gibsons.  ----���But^i*^can-^e-*^cmttTS  elementary school?  Answer: Markedly improved. My son  really digs the drug scene.  Question 15: How would' you rate the  amoflnt of individual assistance to your  child in this school?  Answer:   Yes. ***���'��� ~  Question 29: Give an assessment of  our pupil progre'ss reporting systems, i.e.  interim reports, phone contact and regular report cards.  Answer: My Arnold has been in school  for 19 years. What are reports?  Question 30: Have you visited one of  your child's teachers this year?  Answer:   Well,   almost-   every   night,  When they go back from visiting the  coast they will, be making their home  in Regina.  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton entertained at a delightful party on Tuesday  evening May 9th, the occasion being Mr.  Burton's birthday.   :        ~   \ ������������������ ���  The hostess and several of the lady  guests were attired in gorgeous Chinese  costumes. The superb Chinese food prepared, by an expert, was much enjoyed.  Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar,  Mr. and Mrs. John Doray, Mr. and Mrs.  P. A. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McGregor, Mrs. Betty Gisvold and Mr. and  Mrs. Beatty of Montreal.  Topics include dam, cannery, abortion...  Gibsons United Church delegates  omong 400 aiLangley conference  REV. Jim Williamson  and Mrs,  Nelson   , Moore  of -Gibsons   were  among   400  delegates taking part in the B.C. Conference, United Church of Cahad'a, held  at Trinity Western College, Langley, May  5 to I), -������ ��� ���      v '  ��--��-��Sl^cl^-toplcR"was''������ll1���c**Port*Slmpsolrfish'',���'  cannery,  the  Moran Dam  ancl abortion  'were cUrcussccJ and.K,debalcd,.,,���_...,.���..,   Resolution;--, passed at the conference,  with representatives from fJOO con/jrega-  lions throughout tho province taking part  included:  An expression ,ol' (opposition, to tho  eonf.tvMt'Mon qf...th'o.I^oi-an D��m with.rod-,  ognitioh of a statement by Environment  Minister Jack Dnyifl^l-hjvj, Fraser River  fisheries and thQ)-dtfo,iauppoi,t,,aystom of,  Iho Oulf .AMSooi'gltt would ho'ndvcr.sciy  affected by construction of, the dam.   . ,  Another resolution called for appointment of a provincial ombudsman,...the. ln>,  plemenling ol! a guaranteed annual income, and a re-study by. tho church of its  rolatlyp'y liberal stllneo oh abortlqn,���Thq.,  abortion resolution urged greater stress  on the moral and family implications at *'  the issue,' ;   Delegates received a report from a  research committee which accused the  fedora 1 government of putting economics  sight" where governments want them,  into"'the'" public' eye; ,,,,v'���' "���"'"'' ���*"v'" "'��� ���������:M-,U  ���������'   Three    British Columbia resident's,  Barbara Langton of Victoria, Deryl Mc-  Crindlo ot Vancouver and Jacob Van  Hoist of Campbell. River,.wore"ordained,.,  where the whole community can benefit. Not just from1 sales across the counter���this" is a minor detail when one  considers the overall rewards-r-but from  the overall presentation and impression  given those who attend the fun in the  sun sea fair.  The monthly meeting (and there  aren't too many of these left) of the organization takes place tonight al the  Legion hall at 7:30 p.m.  If you have any ideas, or suggestions',  this is tlie time to bring them out, You  need not be a member of ap organization  .oii-dubmtQ-rela.yyypui'^thoughtsr^lie^Sea"^-'  Cavalcade heeds' support. It wants support���yours!  '"bcforc'T36ciaT*M^^^  Church'ministry, prior to  In rejecting a proposal for "an Indian- their being assigned to postings In Sa-  opprated fish cannery at Port ,Sirnp.sonj(i��, , rskatchewan,-Manitoba^��-and ������'���/-. the-* Marl-  In the non-business portions oi" the times,  conference, delegates participated in' .Delegates were told by Dr, A, R, B.  "Crossing Ovor Jordan" prc^ontat.'pnH do- Moore that emphasis hi AngllcaniUnltcd  signed to depict tho church'as emerging church-union activity is shifting to tho  CASH FOR GUNS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  Buy Direct from the Mil!  Cut all sites, timber planks���^ 2x6 construction grade, �� n a g&  random length i.���.T  >p.m.      Ji____p!_P  PRE-CUT HOMES    7�� Bedroom 1148 sq. ft.  $1700  Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshino Coast.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package ...... -  Number, two and brr. &��g dttB...  bevel siding ...p.m.  ^^|^^  210 lb. roofing sq, butt���-  colours :^lZ^-7i_|_'U03F3  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  * \ir. * ��M��WVw*'t  Surrey 9815 Robson St. 588-5441  from a period of insecurity Into a now  dra of mission and action,   ;' 7 ���;,';;  Tito International affairs committee  supplied Dr, William Oldham, president  of British Columbia Environmental Council land'Bdli 'HiuUor,"Sun dolumnlsl,,' m  guest speakers on environmental subjects,,  Oldham stressed lho Importance of  technological, notion In1 re��olvlnfiotr(envi^  ronmontal problems, while HuntorTlpokd  of using the "global communications By-  "realistic, .dimension-, ,of>, local , cp-opcra-,,,  lion,"' Thoy later learned there arc some  25 \ "shared ministries between the two  churches now, ln various parts of British  Columbia,  Thoy electedvRov. George ���Souruy, u"  minister .who has served ln Lillooot, Oliver and Burnaby before going to his  present pastorale at Shuughnonsy, v��n-  couver, 'as'presldonl dcslgnatp,;ilo ' will  take office in the fpi'lng of 107!!, succeeding new/ president Rav, 'William Van  Bank of Montreal  The First Canadian Bank  "IM  Or)  H^oni!,!���,to���got nuclear,,,blasts,from,.'.'out,of, ,��Druton. of Burnaby,*  Waiwdti-AW*"'^  ��� w!��trl*t**��M*n-**M.:iWI  s&  f*gr*  mS_  KJd  iVV*Nis  _m  =3  Ex  1mm  SATURDAY, MAY 27 ��� 8 P.w��;  , ' ' , ,;- > 'i ' m" ..... >     ,,(���., . 1, *.��..... ..���< 'i-.-,.| , ... ��� 1  ��   >< . ���.,    ��.-< >'    ...... ,  '' ,y      ,  Elphinstone-Secondciry School-Auditorium  ALL GAMES $20:00 AND OVER  llftHM^^I.**,,**  iu111 unci  7' 1 '  20th games  ��liw<li.i*^*H��Wi*WW*?i^i*<WV<��^����^  4wcabd^$b:oo  EXTRA CARDS  3 FOR $2.00  f*.. 11 fmtm *'\nwtm*t>4m if 1  (ALL, PLAYERS. MUST: BE :OVER,16. YEARS OF7AG-E),  faiiiiiiMiiiM   -��� -    -���---.-. Jikut...-...��� ��� ._..... ..... ___.___._ ...._.���__.__.__._.,______<_ _.l *(,_ p i(f��m_Ni*.((t,*,#(i.jf "i)��-i-.ri��� ^.. et.f Mi,    ji1 i', j "���* ",   1-'  L*��%l*ffl��SlOBWWWl^**WWJ��/��i> W ��)r.rtf-,B  ��i��|iwflH��^Wi���iHw-^^^i��^*��F'WBf* )(]HM'iwMK#i*i��^ii����^��i*Ml,����^ f W> f 't����'��*fat��N*��*i��'*1  Discovered tjie cottage of your  dreams? The property you've always v/antea1., Want to improve,  your present property? Bank of  Montreal can help you buy, build or  Improve the easy way ���--with a  Vacation Home Loan, We'll lend  Tyou��up*toA10/000htowar.ds.ZB%*df���.  ,the value of tlid property-��� at a low  Interest rate of 11% per annum.  -You can take up to 10 years to re-'  payrThe collateral you��provide Is  tho vory property you buy plus the  covering fire Insurance.  ���,Ptc6urse#iypLtcan,.repayJi\.fu|l���ata,l  any timo without penalty. And th,a  loan |s'life-Insured at no. extra"  charter   7;..' ..    ������^���������7 ���.-'���������������>"' -M'"-  See how easy owning, Improving or  adding'to your vacation home and  property can bo with a Vacation  Homo*TO'feili'; Wo Waiit ydM W got'  jyputmonoyl^worth.,.  ,/ ~=*r  \  y\\:  H^  ~r  \  Rage B-4  The Peninsula Timps  WpdnpfcHny,, Mny  17,3972  _i.i.i.i.i.i.i_i l.'.l.l.r.17l7TTT."T7T.7l.l.l.l1. I w  '$$0#$M  Cancer jbcfe  ^^:.:���L7^^���^.^7l���^^^���7^^���7 7^^^.^^^���77���77l^^^^^7t^^^^lVVtVA:^VJl���^*.Vt  t'.'.'/l'.'l'lliyi    l^.l-f-fr*-!. >.*.*.��,-..  t   M   *.A.*-4   *..   t   .1111  i-l.i.l.t,^ilriJ,hti<    ��-<  tlttfcl   HA*  Two offices, part-time...  mm  ���T.IRSONS village council members an-  reed last week to write Ihe provincial  government . seeking the possibility of  securing a full-time social welfare worker for this area.  The discussion came about as a result  of an unsigned piece of Correspondence  brought before ihe regular meeting. ���  The letter said lhat welfare workers  are here on a part-time basis only���one  for the Port Mellon to Davis Bay area  and one for the Sechelt lo Pender Harbour district. The worker in Iho C.ibsoirs  area is apparently here hy noon Mou  day and leaves again. Tuesday morning,  while the other comes in Wednesday noon  and   is  gone  by   Friday   morning.  "Besides the . considerable' amount of  counselling,"' lhe correspondence read,  "they .both have home . visits.- (II) talces  up time because of the area being so  large   and   travelling   takes   time.  According to the report there is a  teenage remand home at Roberts Creek,  which takes the bulk of the Gibsons welfare worker's time, yet, he still has to  try to fit in other cases. The brief suggests that if the workers were here on  a   permanent   basis   they   could   schedule  their work accordingly, relieving some of  the * constant   pressure.  Two   offices   are   in   use. now.   After  initial  cost   of  setting  up   for   permanent  ,sub-offices,   it   would  be  less  costly  than  commuting.   As   it' is,   they   have   to  pay  for travelling, meals and motels, etc.  Church ministers from this area have  apparently had <to take the brunt of the  responsibility of a family in need���  abandoned or otherwise, on the weekends. They too. said the letter, feel that  lull-time staff should he placed on the  Peninsula.  The letter reported that the population for this area is anywhere��from  10.(100 lo i:*,000 with .'.,:.:,Y children in  ���illendance throughout the various  schools.  "These figures shall rise," it continues,  "hul the dire need- is now, and not when  we  hit   the   lli.OlH)  mark   or  over."  "If we can get the welfare workers  on a permanent basis now, the community may save themselves many headaches for the future. More often than  we care to admit, it is not so much the  financial help that is required for these  people���adults as well as young people���  but  the' counselling that  they  need."  * v\  CAN OKI*   is   a  .broad   group   of   diseases  in  which   there  is  uncontrolled,  unregulated growth of our own body cells.  As   you . may   know,   our   lite   begins  v  from a single cell which divides and re-   [  divides to form, at time of :biith. billions    '  of cells.- N>  These cells have the -wonderful  capa-    '  city   to differentiate,' thai   is,  some  grow  to form skin tissue, olhers teeth,, or hone,  and   so   on.  When  they have formed  ihe  lissiie or,  organ,   the* cells  stop   reproducing  except  io'replace damaged cells and for normal  growth.   Tins   is   one   of   lhe   wonder-;   ,,_*  life.  A cancer _has its sta_H when one nr  more cells undergo 'permanent changes  in which this regulatory ability is lost.  As these few celts multiply, they  give rise lo billions of similarly altered  cells, which may clump together to form  a swelling or lump. Such a colony of  berserk  cells  is Vailed  a  cancer.  Young Conservationists  Year irom last plebiscite...  The Gibsons Wildlife Club and conservation officer Pat Mulligan presented graduates of the last conservation course with their certificates and crests at last week's monthly meeting. Shown are: (back row)  Ian Finlayson and Mr* Mulligan.  Centre:. Melvin Gokool, Brad Matthews, Andy Prest and Trevor Quarry. Front: Mark R'anniger, Bill Ny--  gren. .Nick Panasuk and Jim Hilstad.  (photo, by Kilburn).  MBMM^MiinMiNiiHMMBrttiiritiBiitttta  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS .���  In every conifer cone-are hundreds of  seeds,   usually  two  above  each  scale.  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPSv  *     *     *     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *  *  Ph. 886-2280  Gibsons, B.C.  "uuniiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiniiaBiiiiinniiiuiKiinnimira^'  Gibsons council in accord-  rec centre vote should wait  GIBSONS village council members agreed with Mayor Walter Peterson's  thinking that another plebiscite on the  recreation centre for the are\i should not  he put before the public for another year  from last February, when  the  issue was  defeated.  Mayor Peterson, along with others at  the last meeting of the Sunshine Coasl  Regional Boa?*d,* said-he was not opposed  to a recreation centre but that, "we asked  the taxpayers to vote on it; they did, and  it was rejected, therefore I do not feel  they should be asked again so soon."  In reply to questioning by the mayor,  Alderman Gerry Dixon told members at  last week's regular council meeting that  he was ih favor of a recreation centre  but_ "if it goes to the people now and  gets turned down,* it will do it more  nwnrTKan good."  Alderman Ted Hume - agreed and  added, "b'ut I know the longer it takes  to pass, the more it will cost."  In other council business, Aid. Dixon  said there was still no word received  from the federal government on the fix  ing of the wharf.  "They're on Gambicr (Inland); it's a  terrible situation," he said.  Clerk   David   Johnston   said   he   was  told   the   clivers   had   made   theii    report '  and  the sunken posts are  laying on the  bottom with no apparent deadheads. ���  "They are aware of the urgency," Mr.  Johnston  said.  "But they're not doing anything about  it," commented Mr. Dixon.  Aid. Hume said the Gibsons Athletic  Association asked if "a couple of loads  of fairly good earth could be dumped at  Dougal Park." He also reported that the  Association has had a trailer donated  and they would like to erect it at Brothers Memorial Park, where it will serve  as a  permanent concession.  Requests for the use of the old public_  library building were met with the decision thai it. be suggested to the library  board .that the building be removed so  the village can perhaps use the property  for additional parking across- from the  post office  . ^8����w^Mb."lf|,",y.Opening. ,     .   .,  yuturdny.saw iho opening of Iho now  ��� library ln llH.qwu'tors at lho municipal hull building.  l��f��MMUM��MMMM*MUIAItimMWUMlntM��^^  in  11171 nnd n��nln  In  Ifilttl fui'moi'H In  Qnlnrlo w,.t.' .��� i.iud .."fi ,;.;n|n., by,,., the I. r.  nuiiil.'l|H.lll,y for ciie'li \\w thoy ('hIiiI)IImIi-  ml on  boundary   Hiioh of lurin.s or nloiu.  i^^i^^wironwttM*  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sochelt - 885-9066  P.O. POX 213  Hallmark-Coum cards<��� and wrapping*,  Flno English china cups, and saucers.  Boutique Items,  local  artists  painting*!  +4wfn****mfinAto*********a*H*m'&ia04*.*f&*iii.H*i*a*m��*%*4H  .^mwwwwwwMwmr.  PENINSULA  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKS LTD.  Specialists in Wrought Iron Railings  ���.and Fire Screens  cn  MMMHD  May 18th-22nd  Highlight Events  OPENING CEREMONIES: Prime  Mlnisiekw. A. C. Bennett will  light thekFestival Cairn in front of  the Parn^ment Buildings in  Victoria at noon on Thursday,  May 18,1972, to mark the official  opening of the third ..annual  /pnny*WI  -^-patios���-���^~HH^  ^  INTERIOR STAIRS ^ EXTERIOR STAIRS  v&twmmtfam  ��#W��_fiip��l  Free Estimate With No Obligation  PLAN TQBE PARTOFmEmmDsWlMU&L  BRITISH COLUMBIA FESTiWALOFSPORTS  Go sporting in /British Columbia / May 18* June 5,1972  -MorethmTSmklorM  Columbiansfmeeting athletes from A^tralla, New Zealand, United States,  Japan, Mexico, England and Germany. More than JOO centres throughout  We province will host over 320 thrilling sports events for your enjoyment  See colourful fairs, parades and pageants staged Ih communities  in every region of British Columbia during Festival weekenc^.  Jt.sA#i;eaLcomblnaUQnLApUonjdayjtt  ^fyearivhen^cmta'bemtyiswo  -,.,_.k-  British Columbia Festival of  Sports. ARCHERY.: Burnaby  International Field Trial May 22:  Vancouver International F.I.T.A.  qualifying rounds for 1972  Olympic Games May 19,20, 21;  CRICKET: International Match.  Australians vs. B.C.C.A. Mainland XI, Vancouver May 19;  Victoria May 20; CYCLING:  Keremeos-Osoyoos-Penticton-  Kelowna International Okanagan  3-day, Bicycle Race.May 20, 21,  ���  Burnaby-West Vancouver-  ��� Coquitlam International Women's.-  Jamboree & Girls' Champion*  ships May 19, 20, 21, 22;  HORSESHOE PITCHING:  ,Burnaby*B,C..Canadianand^r,~  International Championships  May 20, 21,22; HQRSE SHOWS,  RODEOS: Cloverdale May 20,21,  22; Falkland May'21,22; 100 Mile  House May 21, 22; Keremeos  May 81, 22. Trail May 21;  LACROSSE: New Westminster  Western Canadian Bantam  Championships May 20,21, 22;  .mniSSMAN.stilPjJ'Mlcton.  Invitational'FullboreRltlo Shoot ���  May 20, PA, 22; MOTQRSPQRT:  Westwood International Dunn  Buggy Race?,May 21; Fprt SU ���  John Aldska Highway Road '  Rally May 20', 21; Kelowna Knox  MUV7HIUCllmlrMt\y 20,21;   Now Westminster Columbian  $00/00 Moto-Cross 0.0.  Championships May 20,21;    ,  WostwoodJhunciQibirMOpMllo  Motorcycle Road Race May 20,  SU PARACHUTR JUMPMQs  Kamloops May 9.0,21, 2,2;  POWMpOATSLQpoyooa ,  IntotnatlonaU^drfylano Raooa.,  May 21 j SloanioHsmatl^Tub  Raao May P.i; SAILING, YACHT  RACESi Kqfownn May M, 21;  SN0WMQRIUNQ; Fort SU John  Qraa_ Pw'Qhmpimhlpa" "'  May 211 SOCCERs Penticton1  May 20,-21,221 SOFTBALL,  FASWALLt Vancouver May 10,  2Df0^fiQWmMINGi'Port^"-  A\bemlMay?.0,2U  ���"  /w*V  8tfh7PJj$':"     886-7220  GIBSONS  er  B8G-70G6  GIBSONS  \��fyi<m4tyw\>\''  l*||!WI"Njrwi����"*^^  mpmM^immmm^mm  Sponoorqc" by tho British Columbia f$poria Fedorat!.}n ^ tha  QOVBRNMENT'O^BRITISH^OIiUIVIPTA^  iMirax* PepRrt*in-3nrorTreyQliiit"iwry* ,   ,#r-**t Hon. W, K. Klornan, Mlnlat��r t R, P; Warloy. Deputy Mlnlotor  An/ orrorn. omlnnionn or tubiiquont Ghana** ��n not tn�� mptntlblllty e. tha rmvlnciM'  Qovornmont or ih�� Orltlih OPlHmbla Ppom r��d��rn��|onN   *  .     ��..v'7.,.���.  ��*T''   *  Free So/iocfu/o of Gvonta (older* nro  CANADIAN IMPRmAh*-���  HANK OF CQMMRRCe;  4,,..!.,  ���i I  I'    1*     ' ���'  .1,  Dii||ltN��BHMilMn>��*t4ll ItMIMMWP  Tf^*��*,*,*,  ��*��������"���*r  it-^U.  <mrmww^mmmmmm  X  -W��W*HtM^MM|yiNi^  I i ���  lW*��'^W*BMMW^*��  ^L  77 7 ,'    ,  ������k  (������i.  'y  ������  '7 '    ������ f  V ���\     'v  7  The Peninsula Times            Page B-5  W/ednesday,-.MfljLJ7,  1973   .      i   . X |. \        i  ��� i���-  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  W  ll��>  OLD'  FRIEND.  Happiness  Twice around the school in furious* first three places in their, race. From  competition was lots of fun for these right to left in winning- positions are:  little people who trundled into the    Marlene Hall,  Ellen   Thomas    and  No Problem 7p  Long red dVess with white lace trim    furiously around the track, the little  is hardly the attire for a cycle race    red  skirt inched    its way    to  toe  but, it was not going to deter Kelly    ground but mercifully stayed Clear  -Sheridan from-enterang the -.kinder--  of th4 wheels,  garten cycle race. As Keliy peddled  Hon. Jack Davis...      ^  Minister ol Fisheries  answers  Little  Cuties  One got off to a ^  lided slightly and one got frightened ,, sen and Dawn J3andi and., the win-  and gave up���that was the story of ner on the right Moniea Shinn who  this little  kindergarten  race where  'demurely carried her lititle red handbag on tlie handlebars of the little  trike.  HON." Jack Davis, Minister of Fisheries,  assured the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce last week  that "stocks  -of���herring   will���be���maintained���trt���the-  Gulf of Georgia.  The Chamber previously wrote the  minister protesting decision of his department to permit a herring fishery in the  Straits of Georgia. This was in accord  with protests registered by other Chambers arid Organizations in the area.  In his letter to the Chamber, Mr.  Davis stated:  This is in reply to your letter of Feb-  Hi%ar3^4-r4^-?3r-bn^beh^f*^f-yeur'-oi,gan-i--  zation which protests the*decision of my  Department-to permit a herring fishery  in the Straits of Georgia.  You will recall that the herring fishery for reduction ceased on the Pacific  Coast in ' 19677 Since then stoe'ks have  returned to the level of the long-term  average, and during each of* the last two  years, spawning deposition in tbe Gulf  has been well above average. In view  of this,, when an excellent market for  herring roe was developed,, a limited and  closely controlled commercial fishery  was permitted.  ���The prohibition .on the use of nrliflr:  lciahMiglilsr"esh\blishedHn"'M'flfilrr'was"Sttrlc'  tly enforced, Fishing was not allowed to  start -in any aroa .until card lul monitoring by*'officers-of my Department''had,  established that there" were stocks sufficient to provide tpv both limited harvesting, and spawning requirements,  ... AftQi'.a*short.period*oWiai'V()stlng'and  following t|io pro-planned program, tho  waters of tho eastern Gulf of Georgia  woro closed, On' Morel,. 7, ul'lei* eoiitinuous  assessment ol" stocks, tho western Gulf  was closed,. My Pacific Re... lon officluls  advise that herring spawning to date In  the Gulf of Gooi'/.la areas has been vory  satisfactory,       7 ��� ���       *'  Willi i'espot.1. 10 the lmilc|oneo of salm  on, immature or adult in herring catches,  a matter of great concern to rae| my  officials believed that the use of artificial  lights was the main cause. This Was  substantiated throughout the fishery  when close monitoring of purse-seining  was carried out.  This roe fishery has provided employment for some 3500 shoreworkers, unlike reduction operations wliich required  a comparative few, "and has also afforded an opportunity for commercial  fishermen to participate in an off-season fishery. r3 : ~" , ,"  I appreciate the interest and concern  shown by the organizations and I wish to  assure the Chamber that the vital role  herring play in the marine environment  has not been ignoped. Stocks will be  maintained at a letfel necessary to insure  continuing1 almrfciance to provide, esseii.-  tial food foi>salmon and other fishes.  We've brought back the  -^twenties" with-Gan-dlestick.  Available in Black Bottom  Black, Whiffenpoof White,  and Razzamatazz Red. The  cost is your regular telephone rate, a connectioh  charge, and an additional  monthly charge.  Call the B.C. Tel business  office. And ... tell them doe  -.Ss��nt-yoy��-��-���m-���������������. *���  B.O.TEL <____)  For  Quick  Results   Use  Times  Adbriefs  I  i  I  I  LONG WEEKEND  SPECIAL  FREE POOL  ^GAMES--  Free Games on All Machines  ��!l*m���iw(>te.S^^!S^.!.WAi<VI*.f  ��V .tfKiH&'/sl&ilnr.fUHi.Jtf*  M--*/ s*..��;?l*il��|!|Wft#iMi.i.  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If you  find they're not oil In tip-top phapd, why not spend an afternoon nottjna  ���t hem��rcady��nowr Inst cad'of*��wa I tlnirun tl l-yaw' ro��ac tual lyreqdy*tcvuse-them K  If you storo too]s in an. ordpdy fashion, you'll find Ihoy aro much,  easier1 to locate ancl Idas likely Id bocomo' dai^aood or mistreated, To  Boparotq tools Into cpnvonlontcatOQorlos, try, using o handy.latox,paint to  make each shelf or cornpartmont of your workbench a different color, Paint  "tho rqckn'for"hanjalrifl tho tboln, on difractlvo cdldiw-ahd tlion finish tho  Jimnnnnjtnj,������������,-���i,���n,:, ��� handle* wllh a matchlna hard-drying er.amol, It will mako thorn egslpr to  .^^^^^^^^*^_^r^1 "^riTf^rT^ **"P0t w1"011 thoy'ro noododand oaslor to put away when you're throwa.li.   Your wttrkbohch will also bo' moro orfldhixod' If * you point soyorol'  tlnTonrforsrorinn'suchnhlnflsras*^^  .qfow mlnutou of, uproy, palntlpo. and*~|f; each, con Is proporly, lobollod���.  you,will eliminate many frustrating momenta lioarchlncj for tho rlnht piece  nf hordworo for that, |io��t <lo.|t-yourso|f project, ,  Bpforo It's tlmo to start spruclria up tho lawn, paint lho lonn handles  of outdoortools in brlnhr. oye-catchlnfl colnrR ko ihoy will bo oasior to see  In tall prnss, To simplify this Job.  the Canadian Paint' Manufacturers'  Association sunnostti you uso an qorosol' spray paint or small tian of hard-'  drylnn onamcl,*    "'       * ���    ��� ��������� } ������ ��� ,      ���  ������  Morgan's  Ntito^lirfp^wM*'^  Q.W.G. Work dlotlioi  Work Gloye*  SECHELTf B.C,  MMVMMM����I��#M����W����4WWWW*IW��<M��#WW����MV|  wis"   |lMW^W(r##[i*lwr"��t*p<��iM^  SdCHELT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  THE  NEW  ��WWWWWfMVM*KWWWWVVM��t*����WlfWl��M>��WMj^  UUiAJWWUWWMWWWWWWUwwUWMMWMWUM  IRLY YARD  TO SERVE  THE-SUNSHINE  ||H<<H.|l'W<nWM^WHlHl��WI��(.MMm4^H^'*^*M(i|^M>^^r.aM��  605-2203  ��� - 1"' -"���*���"��� -������-....>   v9A**i*9Mvn0ifiA4i*mi>wm49iiiHm*mm4inii(  Clnqri ru��tv tQpW with a wire brush ond steol  wool.  Sofpo co|T| be  p^nrTTocI '"wi'f n ��� airw��nT~Tf>r|mor *"' t o'^pro voh'i iu,rlli'o'rri.ls|lnqJA,"ro ovoid Ihls  problem In Iho future, always bo suro to sjoro tools In jp dry pldco,   '  ' ' '      ' i ' 1  |W*lfW'*WliflfW.^^  PLUMBING..��� HBATINQ  Sales & Sorvlco  Pon 7-?Pi Secholt; P,C, �� Covyrlo Si 4,963'20'M  '**rmnn*��*m��*'W*94*ini**mm^mmmmt.ttviiwm^*mtmy*mi4��Bw��  7 TWIN" CREEK "~  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Your  Glldden Paints  Dealar,,  to, ierro  ,..,yo||������.... ...  [r;iiiirrj[[iSu^ahlnqu;iin^  ymnAMMiuM|MUMUtid|Whh^i P.ri" tit.        "p F F^iT^ m J^ffnltiHWB^TBMJrffrlrtWWtl1*'  f*t"M"| Mi "M"b#%W I  1 HW MH.JHMINl'H'IIIIIMwWc  886-2291  SECHELT  805-^280  hMm*n**mmmmmm*mimM%ir*mw*mir*m99_  WWI|JWWI-����M��W^^  BH)nwwiH4>>|iyniiHM  mm^��^Hm��^m��^M^  isw^ihi^a*'*^'^^  ���jWpHM^*��Ha^^  ����^(>)W^M^^  Mi    ' I, '  ut^WOT^'^p^m^Ml^iW'W^W-  ���^^W^itWWWmWW'^WWllill^  1  "   //  *���    ./     -,  '/,'  .     I '  <  t  V, Page B-6 The Peninsula Times     rmrfr.  Wednesday, Mgy   I/,   1972  My back ypsd  ���by  Bill  Bryson  SPRING to mc is one of the most delightful of seasons. Drive on any road  or by-way, take a look around, and if  you are not as impressed as you should  be tl^en look again; and this time see.  The relief offered by the flowering dogwoods, the splash of red of the wild cur:  rant and the pink of cherry blossoms all  contrast to  the  special  green  of  spring   To  top-otL;$U. this,.. you .ca__usm_.ell.J_he  breath of the promise of summer to come,  in the warm winds and the slow awaken-  ���tng-of' the-soil to fulfill  the  dreams  of  all  mankind.  Lands are being cleared, lots large  and small. Sub-divisions are appearing  all over the peninsula, builders are plying their trades and the "backyards show  evidence of people building, scraping,  repairing and painting their particular  object of recreation-; albeit while still  doing too much daydreaming. The area  is growing by leaps and bounds, ��� regardless of those that think otherwise, and  we welcome the newcomers to the sunshine coast with open arms. We are all  indeed fortunate to be the living part  of the Sunshine Coast. '    _  Has anybody noticed a vacant spot in  the South East corner of Cooper's Green?  About lhe middle of last October, a Red  and    White   aircraft     developed   engine  trouble.  Fortune  smiled  on  this  intrepid  birdman and offered one of the best landing  areas on the coast.  Nice  sandy  and  shallow beach, handy road and telephone  and the co-operation of the Beach Store  proprietors.  By  a  quirk   of  fate,   Frank  Jorgensen   just   happened   to   be   transporting  his  backhoe*.   and  as  the  owner  Mr.   Bob   Marchand**- described   it   'I   ran  like   h...   to  catch  up   with  that   piece  of equipment\ In a few minutes the engine  was  lifted  out and eventually  sent  _   to town. Communications with the engine*"  manufacturers gave  promise of a six  to  eight weeks delivery. Three months later  the engine arrived and with the help of  Doug Scott, engineer" for Altair Aviation  of Put Meadows, and Bob- Cunningham's  wrecker to lift  it on  to its  mounts,  the""  engine  installation  was  completed  April  2tjih last. Mr. Bob Marchand is employed  by  the Federal Government in  the  De-   part.mpnl. nf Tnriian  Affairs. For the avia-  tion buffs, the aircraft was not a Cessna  180. as many of us thought, but a Cessna  175 with a 215 h.p. Franklin conversion  turning a McCauley prop. All this because of a 'blown jug', $4,000 engine,     $1,500   prop   seven   months   down    time *  etc., etc., etc.  .        .        .    '  Big Maple Motel in Wilson Creek  have an incorrect phone number listed  on their advertising in the summer supplement of On The Sunshine Coast, the  number is 885-9513, pass it along.  *...�����*        *  George   Primrose,   the   smiling     proprietor  of  the  7-lsles  Drivci-ln,  Madeira  p-  ,<w��  Seehek-'News-Notes  Winner's ribbons and potato chip  prizes, made the day for these young  fellows in the "first kindergarten cycle  Mighty   Proud  races to be held at Sechelt Elementary School which proved so popular  they could become an annual event.  From left are: Donald Maedel, Tye  Parrish. Truepian van Egmond and  Ian Madtavish.  The town wc live in is a special town,  Where louii.sts are rushing all around  -If  they spend  their vacation on  lake  or  in   town;  Wherever they are there is never a frown.  They come from the States, and Canada  too,  PARTY night, Saturday May 13th, on the  extended care floor of St. Mary's Hospital. Celebrating Mother's Day the Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary hosted for the evening.    ��� '     .  Bingo <jvas enjoyed by all with many  winning several times. Big winner was  Mrs. Baldwin, a professional player winning  three  prizes.  Refreshments were served followed by  Mr. Scott on his button accordian playing old favorites. Soon had toes tapping  and voices singing.  Mrs.   Lottie     Posthlethwaite   was   in  Sechelt visiting with her friend and f-er��-  mer   neighbor   Mrs.   Soe   McCrea.   Then"  stopping at Roberts Creek tb visit her son  Jim   Postlethwaite.  CONVENTION  . The Bahai Convention held this year ��  at Edmonton where  1,000 people gather- ���  ed, 93 delegates, the rest watchers. \  Mrs.   Beryl   Sheridan     and   daughter j  Kelly  from Selma Park  and  Mrs.  Joyce !  Ripper   of   Gibsons   were   two   watchers |  driving  up through Jasper way  and re- i  turning via Banff���a three-day trip. ���  There   were   people   present  from  all j  over Canada, of different races. i  ANNOUNCEMENT  Mr. and Mrs, Dean Rota~4^ft..:.W.isU...:.. .1  to announce 'the wedding of Mr. Fred  Schuett well-known fisherman of these  parts to Lenore S. Elms of North" Vancouver and Deep Cove, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. S. G. Smylie of Vancouver.  Taking place April 21st at the United  Church Davis Bay, the marriage was performed by Reverend James Williamson.  Matron of honor was Mrs. George. Marshall and best man v/as Mr. Dean Robil-  liard. Congratulations to the happy cou-  ^ ���by  Peggy Connor  pie. 7  IN  BRIEF  'Mr. and Mrs. Mort and Martha Reid  were up to Fort Nelson to see their new  .grandson, born to .' ughter Gail, and  Frank Parker. This \. as near the .end of  April, and the sun shone every day. They  enjoyed an outdoor barbecue under the  hot sun, despite two feet of snow.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGee from Ladner. were visitors to Mrs. Alices French  of Sechelt.  What  better  Mqther's  Day   gift   than'  "The   one~TKai" arrived   Sunday   mornifTg~  9:05   for   Mrs.   Mary. Flay,   a   baby ,,girl.  weight 8 lb  1 oz. One that will be happily shared with father George, brother  Brian and sister Wendy.  AGRICULTURAL  ADVISORY  FARM  Open for demonstration of Spring  farming and gardening procedures. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,  | May 20th. Sunshine Coast High-  | way, Roberts Creek.  |       FREE^ADVISORY SERVICE  ! Phone 886-2592  m  'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimip'"'"111"111"11"11.1111  IS THERE A  YOUR FUTURE?  If you>e; planning. to_buildpr buy a new  home    see    the    PENDER    HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  for  financing.  A  Credit Union mortgage Offers the  Follow iri j Advantages:  Reasonable   repayment   terms   up   to  20   years.  Payout feature at  any time without  penalty.  Competitive interest  rates.  4. Mortgage insurance up to $10,000  at no extra cost, subject to liberal  age  and   health   requirements.  5. Easy to meet requirements.  They -find in Pender, there's always  a view,    . ���,  All the resources are ours to use,  But   let's   keep   them natural,   so  others can,  too,'  ���ll r;, .  .��� ���:i;!7;.^;l.fe'7��/i*;7;:',i  NDP candidate slaps  Socred ad campaign  Cheers  Tye Parrish finds there is nothing . bigger students on the previous Fri-  more satisfying than the cheers from day, kindergarten and grade 1 stu-  the crowd, as he glides over the dents could hardly wait to show their  finish-line, winner    of this   kinder-    cycling ability on1 the following Mon-  DON Locftstead, NDP candidate for McKenzie constituency, accused the Social  Credit of  "chiseling"  B.C., taxpayers  pai{_ningr-��nd--nc,oufied-4he���-BennptrWgov-  crnment-of���"chiseling"���-large-���segments���'  garten cycle race. After watching the   'day afternoon.  '��';oh.'' have  a shoppers  bus,  Now  I lor  oik>'"fJo^riilTi'riinienomenom  for  granted""   'intll,., .got  to  talking .to7M"v:Walte*r7  Flay, driver on onp of these busses, and  while I won't, go into tho why nnd how  at thlH lime, where else can you find a  moro   rousoriublo     faro     than'     the   20c  ���.a.,dlW;B��tLp^l\��w*!y.<J'i:Wiw,,SechoH,,aoJJlob-,���  oi'Ih Crook via l-Mumo I loud, Beach Ave,  up Hall  Houcl and back to Socholt.  Or  Socholt  to  WllHon  Crook  Airport   Road  uik\  back  to Socholt   for ono thin  dime  ouch   way.   Or  Sochelt   to   West   Socholt  via NorWoHl Buy Ituiicl and Manon Road  I lion hack lo Socholt, onco again for 10c  ouch way, Talk about bargulns, Thin cannot bo topped, i "        ,.'���...'      ,    '  Tho iciplilnntone Aero Club Ih oonilnu  along  JuM   nicely,   thunk  you,  Tho   ro-  .hpoiihq. to  tho ,oalL���fo��v.,.voluntccr~labor  l����fl  I'oon, ancl-lH,' moH|:'gnUlfylng, 'Already lho Improvement;-, arp. noticeable.,  llmnlu.   Id  Parkor'H   Hardware   for   tho  HonorouH contribution of. palm and nine  lo "tho, many contributor*' wIioho nairnm'  I  am  not  aware,  lntoro.it in  llio  Aoro  Uub Ih growing and now th.it, wo havo it   inidl "box;  hoikI  your "InqulrlOH  id  p,0,  Box 400, Socholt, B.C,  Tho oxooullvo have mot, and Hi  iilu  17 at 7:��0 p.m. at/the Airport, thoro >V'll  ���bo much u> cIlHinim. itrior lumrln.. rocom-  moiulallonH lhaL will bo put. out In the  niomhornhlp, T|iIh will bo un all hnpor.'  I mil mooting, innko it nolo to i... i__or��.  on tlmo,  Clibminn  Council    received  it   loiter  of the population with its anti-education,  anti-labour, and anll-wolfare policies.  Lockslcad spoko Saturday evening to  ,.'' ,,,lB��ML. R,'MlP,*;l^8���J?L��'iy."?.P9LVi,l!5��� .'",!���. _})?._.  "Tolatciir"NbP"~^  tho Elks Hall In Vanundu. Other cltnUn-  gutHhcd guoHl.s at lho event Included -BUI  Hartley, MLA,  Yalo-Llllooct,  ancl  Harry  OlttuiiHon, NDP focloral .candidate for this.  aroa,  Hartley, who In tho NDP Hpoklomnan  on Agriculture, Mining, find Health, spoljo  about aulu hiNiiranco in B.C, Ho pointed  oul thai tho Bonnotl government auto  hiHurunoo plan had cost B.C, drlvon. Millions olVdollars,more.than It,should-have  clone, InHurnlicG'clculoi'si ho Htutodi while  crying tin. bluon oyer, recent orders... from  tho .IiiHuranco. ComiiilHtilon which have  forced thorn to lowor tholr qjtorblUuit  rutoH Hll'ghtly, lire ullll prepared to pro-  toot their Bonnou-glvon right to noak llio  driving public by mippoi'tlng tbe Socrod  ��� (inmpalgiv fund  Wr"th6 tunc of ROvornl  hundvodrthouHiind doHurn,  LockHtond,   obviously   itntlolpaUng   a  ���"^-ffiwr1? i>*��<_��^_i^i-'-"jw'ii^^  HWvInoml    oieSHon    llUHHuTTimor  Huh  launched   a   hitrd-hlttln^   nnd   confident   onmpnlgivrIIq itHltbd Iilu HMonoriTlo"nolo'  lho. varlouH pIocoh ,ol,,good loglnlittlon in-  Ireduced.byJNDP, MLiAX during tho la.st  hohhIoii of tlui loulHlaluro, Ho mentioned  oHpoolnlly pttvo BiutoU'h bill to .-uWan-  loo Honlor uIUkqiih an Income of $200 por  FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT YOUR  PENDER HARBOUR  OPEN���Tuesday to Thursday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 (p.m.  Phone 883-2236 MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ��� t t t* ��� ��� t* * 11 ��� tit * t i + t ******  MM     *'*:.t.*     *********  it i*,unvi',i!'' fi7t't >'��� 11  '*V_(t\'W['  7*!Vikiw.i  ,    *  ?'j"VS7pl  S|  u   llWWii  llVi"*�� l/i*Hi*i<.,��i"',  MM  b7'>' *&, ^im^l  Concentration  jvomtiur^ Kooi)lng 'his oyoa on tho road and'jn tho n  7^��?,��:'te fS^rr?^^^ roI.irT dKt'KSW  Cottooll mooting, you'll JuhI have To look mimi tho l)111'  olHOwhero lu tho paper to find roforonuo , ,���AIho ltlll0(l ^V 'M?Q* SooredH wi\�� tho  lo H, hill   to  provide   froo  hourhig   uIcIh   for  A  couple  of  oiir  monUioi'H' fluw  tu H,guU,r "Mr'��m ����{' ��-WII-to protect chll-  Comox one wookond and brought back ,IV fn"11 *'�������������� plucod In unftivorablo  it Hl-pago tahlold put out i,y i| , ii,,,..'. plnon" onvlmmnoiiln, Hu unkod IiIh Uh-  " vllio Qiiulknim Ilouoh Flying Olui> %|,t''-^o����rf itv-'ittproHH-thdli'-Hupp'oi'l for poul-  DuhlloaUon wiim suloly .uVinliivod by     ,, .  v\'i hl'l����H1' NUP liollvloii ..by uivhiu.lilm  Tf*��niiir����'fir"?f^'i ra^rn  ' liifl-Cluh and1 In  an  o.N(llling  ph-.e 'of ��/y//////ww/^  all in InWii, liorrpw nr wiiii ivml ll over g     LORD   JIM S   LODGE  going to distract Timothy Slac"k*,s  tonllon as ho whcols around tho track  oconrklnclorgavton ami gratlo  tary School  ____.  ���nr^'iir'-y  noniooDo'n nhouldor,  ll'fi nn  oyii'opcnor,  wo extend  oul   congratulutlunH ' to our  Ilyln'fl*,fi(ntol'nUy"*oir tho'ltilirncl.'.p��� '*' * "~  Air Boi'vlcoH *pid, huye mlded jflylnK tntln-,,.  infl to  the HorvleoH  thoy nlready  offer,  Quod, J tick lo I hem  Airmail  wa��. first dullvorud   bulwoun  Canada und  thu  United Button \\\ Muy,  M)l$,'     ,7,,..^.  .'i1'. it, ������   ,   i  ,, ..  ,  *��.,  iQdgayftanm^iand'*  Guost Cottages  Dining''Room Uoungo ��  Hcatod,Swimming Pool    >.. S  "MHt(-iwi��-*  Harvey FisnemB Home tfd  -^-��?oalnflJM^��*u-tocCpaflt^^  ���l..t.l���v.l...l->T���'���--,  '  "���y^y "���"]>���  A Co'mplclo* Kuheral' Service,  ��t Modqrato Cost  rKr^rrT"^  , Saunas, Boat Houso  R.R. No, 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. |  , Secret; Covd, Socholt S  .;.      885-2232 ��  r/JZf/S/f/SMf/WflfS/ff//ffffM///I//X  ^mmwriw\wsrv��*'W"  Tnclff<IW{fX:rdii1S��TBn^orBu71a  end traiiftporlallon, Chnpol Sorylco $25,00 o��tra  IMItmCH*V��*lW��. rp Imtll^ '  y, Phono 886-9551  PRE-ARRANGEMENTS '    MEMORY MARKERS         ' '    i, Roy PorMniT-, Ownor-Monaflor* '      ��� -   -v    ���  1-^B-ittAinTniMii,��-.,��,^4(T *__$+ ^yr^mnnrtf,w^,~ ,,iri1^4^,^i^rry^,i.| w^u,^^. J |], 11 -1- ni.it.1. i 1111, ii jl w. Hi'iiiiff iWf >Hiiw iitnp jforn,  WW**(��*w��#i����^ffl^  7U,^  s..,  I  til       I.  .. /,./,  TN,  ��1     *   *h . .a  ^ \  -PauLSt. Pierre^1  __��?   B*??"^   ' -sat***  ������Letter from  Parliament  Hill  THE ��RiM);NAL 7Law Amendment Act,  4 972, will be up for debate . in the  House of Commons very shortly. The  general thrust of these- amendments ' is  the same as those contained in.the Omnibus Criminal Code  Amendment Bill of  1968, as well as the  more recent Bail  Reform Af-1, and ,  Ihal ir. to create a  more contemporary  ciiminal law which  is noj only enforci-  1 Vie and credible bu-t  a\.n flexible--, and  compassionate.  The new Bill contains provision for  new offences, new evidentiary rules, new  appeal . provisions, new provisions relating to trial by judge and jury, new sentencing provisions, abolisl-_.es several .existing offences and. amends certain other ;  sections of the Code.  One of the most important sections  would amend the Criminal Code to bring  Canadian Law into Tine vvU.h new international agreements to deal with the outbreak of air piracy in recent years. Life  sentences would be prescribed for anyone .hijacking a '.plane, holding anyone  on board for ransom or service, forcing  diversion of the flight, endangering the  safety of a plan in flight, placing aboard  anything which might endanger the safely of the flight, damaging an air navigation facility, or'endangering a l'lfght. by  ' giving   false   information.  Anyone taking explosives or offensive  weapons' aboard a plane without permission .is liable to 14 years imprisonment'.  Under this new legislation, the pilot  would have the status of a peace officer  and any interference with him while he  is <5n dyty could result in a two year  jail sentence.  Other amendments would abolish the  use of the lash as punishment and abolish  vagrancy (the "poor man's crime") and  ���attempted suicide _from the list, nf crimes-  A new, clause would" make soliciting by  a male or female for the purpose of  prostitution an offence. Petty theft would  be any amount up to $200 instead of the  present $50 limit. The penalties for obstructing justice would be raised from  2 to 10 years imprisonment. The some-  limes heavy-handed impact of the tough  1969 breath-test law would be amended  to allow the courts to decide that in pro-  cases   persons   who   musF~ctnve���to*  ������ters-..  S.-1 �����*<���-  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  Wednesday, May  17,  197."  sDS'dBBSS'ssses'as:  Pender Hi-lites  ���by Cindy  Harris  GRADUATION  ON- FRIDAY evening, May 12, some one  hundred   persons   gathered   in   our  school   gyiii vfor    this   year's   graduation  ceremonies   This   included   tbe  seventeen  Kiaduatr-,,- their escorts and parents. Also  teacher-,   and   representative-:;    from   the  'School    Hoard   and    P.T.A. -Hon.   Isabel  I 'in-, -nn   wa-;     special   guest.   Master   of  c.-temoiiie.'. for llir.p\ynm_j  was graduate x  Stt-\e   !>uh"op".>iu*.,    who'   introduced    the  i  i  ���  ���  i  ���  i  i  i  CHICKEN  j  ISLES  RESTAUR ANT  Where 'CHICKEN' is supreme  ���   '���a  Boxes - Barrels - Tubs ".  Take Out - Dining  RopmN ,..  Savory and Delectable Anytime  Open Daily  11   a.m. - 10 p;m.  Friday and Saturday  7    10 a.m. - 11  p<nV       x  Hwy. 101 Pender Harbour ��� 883-2286  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  i  i  i  ���  ���  i  i  ���  i  i  i  ���  i  ���  i  i  i  ���  ���  Cliff tflson of Cliff's Boats and Accessories Ltd., Sechelt, poses beside the  beautiful fully equipped mobile  house-boat he .acquired last week  for  customer  Terry   Rodway.   Mr.  Man of Boats  Olson has had a vast xexperience in  ftiarine activities" and is gaining a  reputation for providing boats large  and small. He claims, his prices  match any of the lower mainland.  Amendments 1972...  Motor Vehicle Act changes  become effective June 1st  THE FOLLOWING are some of the  ^ changes made to. the Motor-Vehicle,  Act by tlie Provincial Legislature a| the  1972 Session. Thev become effective June  1st,  1972.  1. A driver who is convicted for an  offence under the Criminal Code���of impaired driving, driving with a blood, alcohol level above .08%, and for failing to  take a breathalyzer test when required  to do so by a peace officer���will receive  an automatic one month suspension of  his drivers licenqe for a first offence. On  the second or subsequent conviction for  one of these offences the suspension will  be_Cot���a���period^^exceeclmg���six���mont-h-v  _per.  earn  their livelihood will be allowed to  do so for that purpose. ,  The amendments would introduce  broad new latitudes into the Canadian  .courtroom. A judge would be empowered   to   grant  an  absolute  or   conditional  as   the  superintendent  of  motor-vehicles  may see fit.  This hew suspension'policy is intended  to be very firm with persons who abuse  the privilege of driving after having consumed   alcoholic beverages.   There   will  be no exceptions to the suspensions even  if the. lack of the driver's licence creates  employment problems for the driver.  This is a consideration every driver will  -have-to-keep in mind���and if he chooses  with an unattended vehicle is required  to locate the person in charge of lhat  vehicle, .or' the owner, and provide him  with particular or if the owner cannot be located, then to leave particulars  in a conspicuous place on the vehicle,,  A third proyiaian oi,"the .new..accident,  reporting law places the responsibility  on a driver., who strikes property upon  or adjacent to a highway to locate, or  notify the owner of that property and to  provide him with particulars.  4These provisions are all designed to  overcome difficulties that have been encountered by persons who have been  -involved���in���aee-i4&nt-s���and���have-had���dif  ficulty obtaining information alqgut drivers of vehicles .and their insurance coverage.  3. Farmers and workers, who drive  industrial tractors and heavy machinery  have been required -to carry- on- their-  person their driver's licence and motor-  vehicle insurance card. These persons are  now covered by the same exemption as  that enjoyed by firemen in that the dri-  ver's  licence  and  insurance card  do  not  graduates. \  Following the grace, by Mr. Malcolm,  guests enjoyed a delicicvus hot roast beef  dinner catered v to by Mrs. Robertson.  Gjrls from grades 10 and IL helped with  the^serving. ,   a  Toasts proposed included: - to the  queen, Steve Dimopolus^ to the grads,  Mr. Dombroski; reply, Joey Rousseau; to  the parents, Neil Seaholm; reply, Mrs.  Dimopolus; to the school board, Gerald  Girard; reply, Mr. Malcolm; to school  and staff. Randy Tail; reply, Mr. Cross;  to P.T.A., Janice dimming; reply, Mrs.  Kingston; to Dept. of Education, Jim  Mercer;* reply,   Mr.   Hanna.  Teachers speaking and giving their  J.e.st wishes were .principal Mr. Thom-  ,i:.i\\. Mr. Cross and  Mr. Dombroski.  Knlertainment Was provided by student Deidre Murphy singing ."Graduation.  Day", and Poachers Mr. and Mrs.. Talento  singing "May You Always". Both were  accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Perces-  key.  . The decorating theme chosen this year  was "Snow" White and the "Seven Dwarfs".  The highlight of this being a miniature  log cabin with Snow While seated at the  door and the y^ard carefully made Up of  moss, rocks and. a "working" water fountain. Large pictures in keeping with the  theme decorated the walls, whjle the  head table featured pretty flowers.  _Au_appmpmde-ending-4-o-t.he evening  Canadian  Radio-Television Commission  Decisionr  ~  CONSEIL DE LA RADIO-TELEVISION CANADIENNE  The Canadian Radio-Television Commission announces the following  decision effective April 28, 1972. x  Decision CRTC 72-11*  SECHELT,<___B.C.���7104284  Application by Northwest Communications Limited for authority to amend its .cable  television broadcasting undertaking licence tor Sechelt, B.C. to add the reception of  CBUT, Vrancouver, B.C.; KCTS-TV, Seattle, Wash; CHQM-FM, CBUF-PM and,CBU-FM  Vancouver,'B.C. and-CFMI-FM New Westminster, B.C.; local origination on Channel  10; make channel conversions, change locations of the three authorized antenna locations aqd delete CBUT-1   Gourtenay, "B.C.  Decision: APPROVED.  RTC-7-3-5-72  Monique Coupal/ Secretary  to drink, then it is up. to him to make  other arrangements about transportation  if he is in the category of persons who  need their driver's licence for employment  purposes. '  2. The driver of a vehicle who is dir-  discharge of an accused after a plea or     ectly or indirectly involved in an accident  finding, meaning there would be no criminal record in such cases. This would not  apply where a sentence of t4'. years or  more was ordered or where a minimum  prison term for serious offences is included in the Criminal Code and must  be applied. Judges would also have the  discretion to order that a ' sentence of  90 days or less be served intermittently,  -s-fefl&bWfl-g���a-TperS&n���t&--^^irk--G*t7--a4Aend-  classes by day while spending the* night  in jail. The appeal process against contempt of court convictions would be widened.  There'are a number of other amendments but I will just mention two. Firstly, the new Bill would give to persons  residing in large apartment buildings the  same protection as is enjoyed by persons  , living   in   single   dwelling   or   relatively  small multiple dwelling  units from disturbances of the peace and quiet by discharge'  of  nroarni.v'or '"other 'disorderly  conduct.  .^ecCjT>3ly.,.the,.,,offence!���io��i,,t,urning, in���  ���"false  fire  alarms  would  be made' punishable either on indictment pr by way  70f 3 it m mwy~con v I q tloiT  Is  a   summary   conviction   offence   only  The amendment will allow the more serious cases to be proceeded 'with by way  of indictment,  In������ addition,  where there  ^.lfi���Ronio��HCi:Jo.MH*qiJe.BUo.n��of-|.hul.flccusecl!H<to  menial conditions the proceedings can be  by  way of indictment,  thereby  making  ��� 1 he provisions of llio' Criminal Code rcl-  tillny to Insanity applicable,  is required to remain at or immediately  return to the'scene of the accident, render  all reasonable assistance, and provide in  writing his name and address, the name  and address of the owner of the vehicle,  the vehicle licence number, and particulars of motor-vehicle liability insurance.  The driver of a vehicle that collides  heed to be carried while they are driving  on duty, but they shall;, be able to produce  the  licence  and   the/card  for  inspection  when required  to .Jifo so by a peace of- ���  ficer.        . .  4. An amendment to the "no-fine"  law* removes several offences from the  "no-fine" provision. In future these will  be handled by the payment of fines upon  conviction rather than applying penalty  points to the driving record. The offences  are for leaving a vehicle improperly  parked, moving a vehicle on a highway  When unsafe tcf do so, and for offences  concerning vehicle lighting.  DSfte extended...  Job Opportunities Program  gets further modification  was a school dance, with music provided  by  St.  Mary's  boys'  band  from Mission.  ODDS 'N ENDS  Our annual sports Day is to be held  on May 31.  Besides  indiyidyal._comp_e.ti-.  lion, points will be given to-house teams"  In the near future a . fashion show  will be hosted by grades 8 and 10. economics classes. It is also noted that awards  day will be held soon.   Due to n'tore interest by girls Iu'ten-  nis this, year, Mr. Thompson has offered  a girls' trophy.  POETRY���The grade nine poem this  week was written by Rosemary Malcolm.  WAR  The  bloody  cry  of  war  begun;   ,  Spreads  hatred  like  a  blinding fog,  Covering, smouthering, hiding the truth.  People who had lived now die.  Starvation,   hunger,   and   famine   have  spread, .'���-������  Disease, sickness  and  plaques  have  spread;  People start to wonder if it is worth it  ��fc^w ..all,     ,, , .... v_ ..*'���---'    ���*,  Soldiers fight in the relentlous see-sa^,  Through pain suffering and death.  Then someone drops a bomb to sooth  the  angry   row,  But was it worth it all?  v  A crown   fire  is  n   flro  which  from topn of living troos or brush,  CRESTWOOD  FURNITURE FASHIONED  ���''���     KITCHEN CABINETS  Message���i Phone 885-9011  ANOTHER modification of the provincial  government's Job Opportunities Program to further encourage increased summer employment has beep announced by  Municipal Affairs Minister Dan" Campbell.  v, ,y Employei"^  assistance recipients in now jobs at any  time up to Sept. 1 and receive reimburse-  At.:7pi,csent7:it77ment77foi'r-halfrthQir-: wages, and���fringe-  benefits until Oct. 3,1.  The minimum duration of a job under  the program is eight weeks.  Previously  the government  had  said  ;ettiployefs"W  the program by hiring people prior to  April 30���tho dale on which tho program  ns originally conceived Inst fall was to  ond.  "We're trying to make this program  ns flexible as poRslblo," unlet Mr, Campbell, "The maximum period for government roimbiii'Humont. of employers is six  mont lis. 'Those hiring by April 30 will bo  able lo get tho full six months attaintaneo  until Oct, 31. But people' hiring summer  Rmf^.rnay;tiLO'.7.c.<T|UirQ:.thQ:XvjU'fil"|C;tn')i]!ithn,  So we're ftoylhg'if you hire nt any tlmo  durlnf? tho spring and-summer you can  runs  off date of Oct 31."  He said no more Certificates of Opportunity will be issued to eligible, job  seekers.  '"The emphasis'now  is  to "gel"'' wbrlc  for the people who already hold the Cer-  'jiicates^^a^  ''';' "This is a tremendous 'opportunity' for  employers to expand their businesses and  gotTneoded~ext.ra--people~durihg~theTbiiRy~-  spring and summer months," he said. "We  have already had a good response to our  original extension of the program, to the  summer.   I   am   confident   this   fuvlher  ,Jr]^llbnity*ww.U.La^ault^lnMWhuiKlredft.��q��**  moro Jobs,"    .  Since inception of the Job Opportunities Program  In November, '1071, new""  Jobs have been found for more than 1,200  people,  A total or 0,3(10 Cert Id cotes of Opportunity have benii Issued 'to persons  who had -been on social assist mice for  Ihree  months' or   longer,  POWELL RIVER  TRAIL RIDERS  '  5fh ANNUAL  Spring Horse Show  in conjunction with B.C. Festival   . ���; ,    of Sports  May 27 and 28  Top. of Duncan Street,  ,Pow<MLRwei7,  i��WAW(.iM*lwW',''>>#-*��*-*"*fvi? -V  Entry Clerk: Mrs. A. Wager,  :      Phone-485-6647  ' Judge: Fred Ball  Admission:  .Family $2 ������- Single $]  ��MWWWMMMWMVVMMMMMWMt��J��W��>WWn*>n��<rW������Ml��MWWW����MVW  havo tho assistance until tho final out  How many ways can you enjoy  B.C.EGGS?  FrN, hbllod, nommDIod nnd poached efjrjh nro a common pari of our dally djot, But havo you ovor counted"  tho number o| npoolnl oqq roolpon?... or the number of  roolpofl wliloh ban (or ooflo nn ono o| lho Inoredlojils?  Tho Hat la virtually ondloaa - nnd new ooa Idoaa aro  oproad uqq of oqqq nro obvflcWnTOn^  ,"  nlaa "lavo unique coohlna qualities which,mnKo'them  InqVponuablo In many roolpQB. To find how rlohlyyn.ioc*  , thlo doilQhi.ul food onn bo, wa Invito you to toot our own  collection of roolpea ualna farm-fresh'B.O. ooq-?. U'a.  ify^ll'ni^  ^B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament BLilldlnpb. Victoria. BtO,  iiiinimiiiiiinuiiiJiiifmuiiiiiiiffiJiniiJiiiiiiiimiiiniimiininHiimuiiiiiimiiuiriJiiiifmifffBtiifiiniiniJirniimimiiTB^  WE ARE NOW  DISTRIBUTORS  FOR  iKrTnTSW^JT^  if my MM* ^  ���WtUI|l(M|irW44*^^  ���I iv.^ygyM,'MJi'tt^^'km..7mMmHf\fy'hk<i\  mmmqmmm  ,_-.., j ^.AW*. ^ii^i^V*!'',^''''''!** M^^illi^*^f^^^flii  INSUBMERSIBLE AND UNSlNKABLE  BOATS  1 wJt__ '/_*.,>li'r7__7f%,  1 lf' ,'fN' ''*'"'.77;iv;t*'*' "*' ?,,<Y ^ m a r I n��: 7' **'/��* wu^r*!^" 'S^ v^toihHtj ^^*JI,A^J ^i)V, 4f  M f��'t I'/'.t wuvf11���<i"'"(i'" ���<��� 'i '/'/W;M*'W.?ia^**fiiCiLfcV���TiM'*Affl'V  ^W*��Wa%*|��iW'��K0.��.  FINANCING CAN BE ARRANGED  .is. i.u  Cliff's Boats & Accessories Ltd,  Donn��r-DI<Kk  Secholt, D.C,  , * tt        lit  BOAT*SAiES-*PkEASURE-ANP^OMMERGI^  FISHIHO SUPPMBS ���"';,"       1(  ' ^^Box.4,,324  Sechelt.  B.C.  885-9831  71.  '*' * i '  "*f  ,UO.  -J.4���,  ��<&  iinoiiiiiiiiiiiir^  *ym  T  ��**fiW**4**w*wW*  laWMftWWtsdw^^  \i    . f.t n-r-fniw* p. >?�� _ V  I *  .   \  /  >s  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times*     *( Wednesday, May  17,  1972  Scheduled June 22...     \  Aim Fqr Healthy Hearts  ihelt AuxiliarY plans x  annual fun-event luncheon  MAY meeting of the Sechelt Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital was held May 11th  at SI. Hilda's Church Hall with Mrs. Faye  Lewis presiding. 19 members were present.  Under  discussion   was  the  June  22nd  luncheon at which the public joins in for  lunch. This year will teaiure home-made  soup, baron of beef, homemade pie and  other delectables.  Members are requested to be sure to  mark any plates etc. with their names.  Plastic cartons are required for selling  extra soup and salad. Time will be from  11:30 a.m'. to 2 p.m. at the, Sechelt,Legion  Hall. This is a fun thing for the members to work on so if you are available  to help get in touch with Mrs. Lee' Redman  or Mrs. Eve Moscrip.  A vote of thanks was given to Mrs.  Dorothy McCallum for her great help  in running the bridge games last year.   The new chairman for next year will  be Mrs. Maxine McNeil, Miss Chris  Ward, volunteer chairman, gave a report  on the gift shop and the volunteer "workers. Miss .Ward has made out a list of  helpful instructions for the ' volunteers  and each volunteer has received one.  Volunteers are still needed for the extended care floor. Two hours once a  month is the minimum time. If you wish  to take part please phone the volunteer  ���director Mrs.  Peggy Connor 885-9347.  Thrift shop report was given by Mrs.  Eileen Bystedt (April $612). This is on  Thursdays  10  a.m.  to  2  p.m.  Mrs. Ada Dawe gave a report on the  BCHA Convention held at Lions Ga��e  Hospital May 3rd. The busload from the  Peninsula took 42 Auxiliary members,  six of which were- members from Sechelt.  The theme was "Happiness Is,'..."  books were of great  interest  going  back  to the early days oh the Peninsula.  -Mrs. J. Donnelly, president, ,welcomed everyone. Canon Greene reminisced  on ejirly days wheii the Hospital was at  Garden Bay. Mrs. Bennie, Regional representative "fois.   the   Lower     Mainland,  brought greetings trom tlie iSCtiA.  Mrs. Elso Warden and- Mrs. Mary  Love ,were the first ladies to pour the  lea and coffee followed by Mrs. Course  and Mrs. Jean Sladey. Mrs. Warden cut  the huge pink birthday cake which everyone enjoyed along with all the other  delectable dainties. A great get-together  for ihe members from the six auxiliaries.  Mrs. Faye Lewis read the co-ordin**  aling Council report. Next meeting is  June 8th at St. Hilda;s Church 'Hall.  Frorruihe pulpit  ���.���, -^^- .  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  MANY people prepare for retirement  4 years, but neglect preparation for eternity. A situation described in the Bible  occurs every day of the year. It is recorder this' way: "And I will say to my  soul, Soul, you have ample goods laid  up for many years; take your ease, eat,  drink, be merry. But God said to him,  'Foolish man! This night your soul is  required ol you; and thejhings you have  prepared, whose will they be "  Thus it would seem certain preparations for the future are neglected. Many  purchase life insurance, a good investment for t,he family and security for old  This is   wonderful.   But have  ARTERIOSCLEROSIS,  or   -hardening   Df -���  \ the  arteries", is  the condition' underlying   coronary   heart   disease-,   lhe   most  serious , form   of   heart   and   blood   vessel  disease, *  One of the things wc know about  arteriosclerosis is lhat, the process by  whichv the inner linings of lhe artery become thickened * and roughened by deposits has usually been building up for  years. The process' probably starts as  children enter their 'teens.  Thanks to heart research, we also  know that scientists have identified sev-  heart disease in "the future,  by (setting a  good. example  to  them,  and  incidentally,  helping  ourselves.  Ask yourself these questions now;  ���Will my children say "no" to cigarettes  because  I  don't  smoke?  ���Will they watch calories and keep normal weight, like me?  ���Wilr they keep physically fit like me,  or become  "TV athletes"?  ���Will they remember tasty home meals  and reduce saturated fats, and cholesterol in their diets? V^  ���Will they have regular physical exami  The RhyThing Philosopher  - Harry 4V-��� Fletcher.   N ��� -       ��� _        .    "  ACCESSORY  The   love   of   life   is   nothing   new   and   little  thought about  'til  you step back  from  some'  unnerving  brink,   to  clutch   an   unseen   hand.  You tliink there must be meaning, must  be   plan   and   reason   why  just   one   mere  man  is spared to stand erect ofhee more���  a chance  to showx what life is  for.  N  No   human   being\ stands   alone,   no   king  sits  on   a   self-made   throne,   and   when  you're   sick'   you   can't   repel   alls outside  nations  because they learned the habit help   to   get   you   woU;  so  rich   or   poor  .from  me?  -The answers to those questions, hopefully  "yes",  will  tell you  how  good  an  example you are setting.  In. the group Mrs. Dawe was discussing  having an auxiliary member on the  Hospital Board. They were much' impressed to hear we had a member of the  co-ordinating council, Mrs. Marg Morgan*  on the Board plus the fact she had full-  voting privileges. This will be carried to  every Auxiliary on the Mainland and the  astuteness of our Board will be well-  known.  Quite .a few of our. members attended  with enjoyment the friendship tea and  35th anniversary nf PenHpi-/Ha--fr0l_r Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital. The scrap-  age.  you  provided 'eternal' life, insurance for yourself and family?  Now where.do you gel this 'eternal'  life insurance. It has already been bought  for you. Jesus Christ purchased it with  His own blood on the cross. All you have  to do is receive Him by faith, and God  promises you eternal life. But you must  fully trust in Christ���not in works or  riches or feelings���but .in the redeeming  work of  God's Son.  Where   will  you   spend   eternity?   Be  -timOain  ynn   ran  answer that, question  to-  day.  eral of the risk fae-tors which apparently ,  speed the development of cpronory heart *  disease and increase the chances of heart .'  attack^ While some of these factors, such -  as age^ sex and heredity are unalterable, '  ' others are controllable by individuals and  offer an opportunity for every Canadian '  to reduce his or her chances of suffering a  heart   attack.  Your Heart Foundation is carrying on -  a programme designed to make everyone  aware of these factors ancl to encourage  each individual to eliminate them, even  though a moderate change of living habits  may be entailed. It is -recognized that  a conscientious risk reduction programme  is no, I arantee of immunity from heart  attack, but there is no doubt in the minds  of the Foundation's medical advisors that  the odds'in favor of a heart attack can  be reduced substantially and that such ���  a reduction is well, worth any inconvenience caused.  In the case of adults, the effect of efforts tq reduce the risk of heart attaejk  will vary from one individual to another,..'  but will depend mainly on the state of *  their arteries. Obviously, the sooner such >,  efforts are madej the more effective they *������  will be. ~  Recognizing this, your Heart Founda- '-'  tion stresses the importance of starting a '���*  risk reduction programme in young chil-  ��� dren in order that they may gain the  maximum possible benefits by slowing  ~~the process or hardening of the arteries.  This is particularly important for male  children.       -       *  Parents  have  a  responsibility  to  lake  every precaution ^in protecting the health  of . their   children,. Parents know .that.  "like father, like'son" is not a meaning-  ' less cliche, but a phrase that is true to  life. Children do tend to take after their  parents���fat parents' lend to have fat chil- *  dren; smoking parents tend to have children who smoke, and so on: It is there-  fore important that we protect our ch.il-  or  weak   or strong,   an  isolated   stance  is   wrong:   for  independence   needs   depend  on   firm  support  or   trusty  friends. ���  PENINSULA TIMES  Dental Topics  BRUSHING   AND   FLOSSING  THERE -are three key locations where  bacteria, responsible for tooth decay  tend to accumulate; in the pits and fissures On the tops of the teeth, on the sides  of the teeth and between the teeth. If  an effective job-, of disorganize the colonics of bacteria in these three places is  carried out the majoi battle against tooth  decay will be on* its way towards being  won.  The toothbrush, used in the proper  fashion will clean up most of the cavity  sites to be found in "the tops of the teeth,  although because some of the fissures  in these areas are just too small for a  toothbrush bristle to get into and clean,  dental treatment is often unavoidable ih  spite of the cleaning efforts put forward.  Bacterial colonies which originate.  around the two sides of the teeth can  effectively be. disorganized by the ' use  of a toothbrush used in an acceptable  manner. __ The critical area to clean is  where the tooth 'meets the gum. A soft  or  medium   brush   is   recomrhended-^not  So let me give to those in need a helping  hand,   as   1   received;   a  word   of   hope,  a candle lit against the darkened, hidden pit;  for every  life  is meant to be a star in  all  eternity;--so   there's " no * time- to   waste  on   hate,  for   love  is   lost   when   love   is   late.  Now  laugh,  or sing,  or jeer who  may.  there  never was a better day to share  a   smile,   to   make   a   friend���tomorrow  ���-.has   no  start  or  end;   and   who  can   tell  what time may bring to you who conquer  tears and sing an anthem lo the stars  above���for love of life, and life of love!  Harry   W.   Fletcher  MASKS ��� FINS  SNORKELS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS   y  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHELT  Now  Accepting  Reservations  SECLUDED  LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON  ROAD - WEST SECHELT  next t*o school  885-2375  S-i:  dren against the possibility of premature     reduced.  a hard toothbrush which might possibly  abrade  the  teeth.  As about 50% of all preventable cavity- sites are between the teeth and most  gum diseases ' seem to originate the.re,  the use of dental....flo_..$_^a...waxgd.._gv....un-..  waxed length of nylon thread that is  slid betv/een your teeth in a sawing motion .is recommended to clean these areas.  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