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 \  .������***t<rj-^r^,.i..i  -W^~-��  -\  \  Hon. Ralph Loitmark .  ^\  Health Minister queries  service in  LETTER from Health. Services Minister,  Hon. Ralph Loffmark to the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board drew attention to  the need for efficient ambulance services  throughout the province. He said - that  in some .communities such \ service is  either extremely poor or non-existent.  Therefore he would appreciate suggestions and advice as to services in this  district. : . .   "Vancouver Land Registry office, then  carefully measure off the boundaries of  your property. If in fapt part of your  property has been eroded away by, the  sea; then we would have no objection if  you reclaimed i.t by building a sea wall  along the" original high-water property  line Of Lot 12 aiid then building up the  land again behind it. You will not need  a   permit,  for   this   work, , .   .\.  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mall  NINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing,'Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Rober.ts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt7Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Lending, Earl Cove,, Egmont  \  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Union    <*&���    Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9. No. 28 ��� WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1972  Mayor Ben Lang explained that village of Sechelt has an arrangement with  the Cunninghams Ambulance Service and  contributes its provincial grant for service within the village. He added that the  operators seem to. be encountering .financial difficulties in maintaining the ambulance "they have recently purchased a  new vehicle and something will probably  have to be done soon for it is a very  vital service", he added. -��� ���  Director*--, Frank West pointed out that  such an operation is not yet a function  of the Board, he therefore suggested it  be turned over to the planning committee for further study.   ��  Mr. Loffmark, in his letter, explained  that in some districts where ambulance  services exist the ambulances are frequently ill-equipped and often manned  by inadequately trained personnel. In  other instances there have been situations whereby confusion has caused delays when arguments have arisen as to  which ambulance should attend calls received  beyond  municipal  boundaries.  It was agreed the matter be turned  over to the planning committee as (a  whole for study and recommendations.  EROSION  Interesting item of policy regarding  sea erosion of private property comes  from the Lands Branch in a copy of a  letter sent a Selma Park resident. The  resident had sought to construct a seawall along a portion of beach fronting  his property which, he claimed, was  originally on his property  line.  Reply   from . the   Director   of   Lands  stated  "We ...would __sugges.1, ..that.....jgo.u. get.,  a   copy   of  survey   plan   3777  from   the  "We would stress that you must be  very careful not to build your sea- wall  below the original high-water mark of  Lot, 12v and encroach onto the public  beach. If you-do, this . off ice could demand that you move the, wall hack. If  you disturb the public beach when building your sea wall would *��� you* please  smooth out the area afterwards and leave  it safe and  clean.  "We would point out that this letter  does nbt five you permission to remove  large quantities of sand and gravel from  the public beach area for the purpose  of building up your private property".  REJECTED  Planner' Ed Cuylits wrote to the Lands  Branch suggesting that a desirable beach  area in the vicinity of McNab Creek near  Port Mellon be held for recreational. purposes.  Reply from the land inspector explained that Canadian Forest Products  is the uplands owner to the area of foreshore and do not wish to relinquish the  easterly end of Lot 6612 which the company has leased since 1956. The company does not use the area for logging  purposes, but still wishes to retain it.  However, C.F.P. would haye no objection to anyone using the foreshore area  for recreational purposes providing there  is noninterference with the company's  operations.  The Department of Lands will therefore not issue any reserve for public use  at this time. Until such time that the  upland owner would willingly -give up  the easterly end of the lease, the tenure  will remain in its present state.  The matter was turned over, for con-.  sideration by the sub-planning committee.  Indian Islands Marina  ^Ii4iil^by-sud4enjire^  11SCDIAN  Islands  Marina  on  the  Francis  Peninsula   fell   victim   to   a   fire   last  Wednesday "May '31 believed the fault df  electrical wiring but nothing definate has  been   .determined    td    date.    The    s\ore,  which for many years has been a popular   community   shopping   centre   is   be-*  lieved to have been constructed, in part, '"  about  fifty  years ago.   It  has  for   recenty  years   been   operated   by   Mr?  and   Mrs.  Harold   McKitrick.  . Mrs.   McKitrick   told   the   Times   she  -*>had   left   the   building   at^ 6:45   p.m.   at  which   time   there  was   no   indication  8f  fire. Shortly after 8 p.m. sjie was looking  out over the water from her house window   when   she   observed   smoke   which  appeared close to the store. Oh closer inspection it .became clear fire had struck.  She   said   that   although   the' Pender  Harbour vohmteer fire service was very  quickly at the scene, the old building was  an   inferno   when   they   arrived.  Despite  their untiring effofts. and assistance rendered, by  many  local residents', the store*  .'was. a total loss. Stock and personal items  are understood to have been worth about  . $15,000.  School Trustees told  rovincialrestrictions  enforced Pub. relations  CNIB warns against  silver paper rumours  PERSISTENT rumour which crops up at  least once a year, is again starting kind  citizens   collecting  silver  paper   to   purchase a guidedog for. a blind person���  This  is  not possible.  Nowhere ih Canada, the United States  or Great Britain can guide dogs be purchased in this way. Blind Canadians may  obtain a guide dog through the Canadian  -ffatioiml I-nntitutr* for 1li'n...Illind-^whipVi  makes arrangements with either of two  outstanding schools for guide dogs in  the United States.  RESTRICTIONS placed on Schopl Board  operating budgets by the provincial  government has led to the greatest piece  of compulsory public relations ever produced, observed British Columbia School  Trustees Association executive secretary  *> r-  <"-������ ' '.  _  1  HONOURED  Sechelt Indian Band Councillor Teddy  Joe has been chosen to represent the  U.nion .of B,C,���Indian Chiefs at,.the,National Indian Educational Workshop in  Ottawa this week from Tuesday to Saturday 7; He���;��� was, > picked f rom a short1: list * of  four and will be representing some 188  Indjan Bands of British Columbia,  Frank Reder when he paid a visit to this  district  last  week.    Significance of Mr. Reder's remark  lies in the fact that school boards, now  have to go directly to the taxpayer for  permission to expend anything in excess  of limits imposed by. the provincial government.^. School, -boards.i now ��� have ��� to  obtained  for  the  dollar   value7'This"-in  turn has led many school boards to assess  the value they obtain from membership  . in BCSTA which has  also  led* this organization  to  revitalize  its   own- policy.  Mr. Reder said, it is possible to have  the   most   perfect   organization   in   the  ���world but if it doesn't know where it is  going and what its priorities are, then it  is a waste of time.  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low in a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the canoe until  help arrives."  Father of medicare  resided at Sechelt  RECENT passing of a 71 year old Mission Point man has brought to light  the fact that he was the man .responsible  for bringing medicare to the province" of  B.C.  The late Mr. A. L. (ArehieTMyicLellan  was known to his many associates as the  father of B.C. Medical Insurance. In 1937  he outlined to the B.C. Medical Association his plans for a private medical-care  scheme dependent upon co-operation of  employers,  employees   and  medical pro-  "    " '' E. 'i'i - ii i I,,  Mr. McLellan's plan went into effect  in 1940 under the name of Medical Services Association and he was asked to.  serve as director and secretary treasurer.  In order to get his scheme on the*-  road Mr. McLellan worked for two years  Indian   Islands   Marina,  shopping centre on the Francis Pen  insula is gone, burnt out last Wednesday, May 31st by a fire which broke  out  shortly  before    8  pm. Pender  Landmark Gone  long-time Harbour volunteer firemen were soon  on the scene but the old building was  an interna within minutes and despite  valiant efforts little could be done to  save the store.  Progressive Conservative . . .  Coast Chilcotin cqndidgte  welcomed on Sunshine Coast  VERY many people welcomed a visit to  the Sunshine Coast last week of f ed-  ^sop-vaUve���candidate.......���  John Pankratz who. will oppose encumbent liberal Paul St. Pierre for the Coast  Chilcotin Riding at the next election.  While   in   the   Sechelt   and   Gibsons  ��� areas Mr. Pankratz held meetings in private homes with a number of concerned  WL  ���4 4   '  Scouts, visitors, Quests  attend 50th. Anniversary  TRANSFERRED  Corporal Lou Biggeman of tho Gibsons Detachment Is scheduled to leave for  a position in North Vancouver June 30,  t T! ���-'���.'ll*'.,^rJ-N^I-'-i.yi.r,|.'.lr.-.l1riip,l*(,.-|>r-lM�� . W-��.,-'l��*^M*<i^lwnW4*'>A.'A < *M* ��**>(, 1.-J l*s*��i ��<! .��.trtjriS��!Bti,iy,| (Mri**!*^  His transfer is by way of u promotion,  His' replacement will bo Cpl. Eric Dandy  from Blue River,, north of Kamloops,  PRIORITIES  7BCSTA is in the jprocess 'of formrhfe"  a Priorities Committee which "will seek  advice from all the boards in the prov-  ince7  Also available' to school boards will  xi ,be the advice of Dr, J, M. Neely, assistant  director.- of ...education Jor.BCSTA. Recent  tly appointed from a large number of  applicants, Dr. Neely Is a thirty-four year,  old Canadian, a graduate. of the Uni-  vers! tyjaf,,, Alber ta^wjig,,, recei ved ��� h is. doc -���  50TH GOLDEN Jubilee Anniversary  Ceremonies for Camp Byng, the 201-  acre campsite on the Sunshine Coast between Roberts Creek and Gibsons will  be held Saturday,, June 10... and* Sunday,  June 11, 1972.  Many boys will be in camp this week  on regular'7 scheduled.-'"camps; To ' join  them in honoring the founding of this  beautiful Scout Camp will be hundreds  0f7 parents^and,'triends,' former Scouts  7and Headers "Ivlio "hold'_lii"ppy'~"rne'm6"ries  of bygone days when at camp over the  years, since its opening ,in 1922,  without pay and on his retirement in. residents who seek a change in Ottawa.  1965 friends came from throughout Can,- This was his first visit in the district  ���ada and the U.S.A.to celebrate his 65th since \yinning the nomination earlier this  birthday. . year.  He is survived by his wife Elizabeth,^ Born in Winnipeg in 1938 John Pank-  Who. is a member,of Branch 140 Royal kratz moved with his parents to the  Canadian Legion, and a soft David.      .    - Fraser  Valley   in   1946    where he   was  ���qzj 7��� -^ * ������ .  brought up. He graduated from Chilliwack  t|l^tl7v-..   ->;->7   -, :7"..'   -"   *-ii--.- High. School, in.:1Q��8 an&j^^ed-4<w--^a-  ..... while in a. plywood, mill before going on  to UBC where he obtained his degrees  in Science and Agriculture. From there  he continued at the University of Toronto  where he obtained his Masters degree in  Science involving bio chemistry and^ani-  mal nutrition. This was followed with a  period at the Vermillian Agricultural and  Vocational College in Alberta at which  he taught mathematics and science.  After accepting tho position of director  of Farm .Economics ' in the Division of  the B.C. Department of Agriculture- Mr.  Pankratz developed a farm and ranch  programme   in   which   he   taught   farm  Mrs. Edith Wootton, widow of Al Wqot-  ton who spent many days at the camp  over the years and helped to construct  and layout a most interesting Nature  Trail, will * officially open * the new*1 enlarged one to be called "The Wootton  Trail".  ' Rev7'H7P.'-'Collins, minister^'atl;:Haney  United Church and Assistant Provincial  Cdmmissipner, B.C.-Yukon Council, Boy  Scouts of Canada, will hef in charge."of"  a special "Scout's Own" service to bo  hold at the Chapel at 3:00 p,m,, Sunday,  June 11, Rev. Peter Collins has enjoyed  > ���.; __*-��nif <��� *��� *'i/,   -  v. ���   - ... *���     ,   .  .-/- .���-.���'���*.���  .'-*���  u'.ffia  rom^,7n^Ed^c��tioiiai 'Xdministiration  Mj"'~''|n6iru  ���?fi!��<^  New  Candidate  TMMy-siX" year old John Pankratz,  cconbiii^  the province. This programme is still in  oporation.  "' Further studies1 were then undertaken  at the Oregon State University from  whore ho roturnod to Edmonton as director of Economics for the government  DONATION  Following request by tho SoGholt and  District Chamber of Commerce for donations toward cost .of the. boat, ramp at  Porpblso,' JBny; publicised in last week's  Times. One donation of If-GO has no far  been submitted. Other interest has boon  indicated.                .    ,  PREMIER VISITS  Mayor Bon Long reports lhat, all arrangements havo been confirmed for tho  visit'lo, Socholt by Premier W, A, C,  Dennett for Juno 7, The Premier will ho  hero for the afternoon to moot the public.  ^.t<w*f *M*f������Wfni4^**  the "Jnlvcrslty of Oregon, ho ham also  had nine years teaching experience,-   Mr, Reder expressed tho opinion .that  BCSTA executive must spond fifty per  cent of its tlmo with boards lw the province.  Replying to a question ... posed by  School B'oard ohuirman Mrs.'Shlola Kit-  son, Mr; Reder 'agreed that In a way  BCSTA Is fighting for its existence.  EDUCATION   <  "'"'Referring to a recent gallup poll taken  In the,United States, Mr, Rcdor said-that  people rated education 13th. In Canada it  Is-rated 7th in tho,11st of priorities,  Reder added, "I think citizens are  saying, give us a hotter accountability'  ���walk around the site and seo the various  campsites, , Relallaek   Memorial   Chupel,  tho beach area und other highlights.  ,    At 2:00  p.m. on  Saturday, Juno  10,  boys oyer the years,  Members of tho Scouting family on  the Sunshine 'Coast, and their friends,  are Invited to visit this beautiful campsite this weokood also,  for Coast Chilcotin offers a wealth of  valuable experience, ability and en-  tliuslasm, as a representative in 'Ottawa. "He was on the Sunshine Coast  last week and made quite an impression on the many concerned residents-. ���  Seek changes , . . ������  Political Actioiv Committee  aligns teachers with N.D.P.  azlne of one pf our major,universities the.',  current  market- situation' for  graduates  ls described as tho worse slnco 1929,",  Discussing the next election, presently  hold up by Trudoau's rcluctanco, Mr.  PankratK said:  7 I intend to, work yory, hard on /this  campaign and, If elected, humbly pledge  whatever energies and talents I have to  help  mako  Canada   and    In  particular  SLIPPED under lhe Tlmos' office door  last. Sunday  the following press  ro-  lease, claiming to spcuk fpr mombershlp  of tho Secholt    Teachers*    Association,  .���=r8P��,.,P^9^. A;8���.t~nQGdlosa. Jo^aay^contulncd,,, no.' signatures..  However, wo havo cheeked on ,Un au-  thentloity ,and seomlngly it; did;. Indeed'  result from a mooting of the Association whlbh was attended by HO member*"  .ot\.tho~toai.hliiK"fat0rnlty.-����������,.���.,�����������������*.,.���  It Is .noted that this numbor represents approximately   0119 third   of the vm,  y -         .      fortunate in tholr  tcnchcrfrinvSciTooi"DiRtrl^  Hlul,0H!                                        ������" Canada Is, not <m accident,   of nature,  The Socholt ToaohorHr*AsHOCJhill6n'BC: 'Generations before havo dreamt, labour-  TIP,,voted ovorwholmlnHly,at,tholr mem- nd and sacrificed to brinft about a bettor  bbrnhlpr.moetjjig.htsl irucsdayj'to,. offl- , 11 fo, for, us, My father, .keenly, Interested  dally support the political parly locallyH j,v politics, always' emphasised two main  that has tho host chance to defeat iho points that coiUrlhutud to maklnn Canada  Social   Crodll   Mnvornmont,"  The   NDP, what It Is today���a progressive} education  which 'Iqst by only, IHO yotcs In  10(11), .system and a Kovornmont machinery that  ��� has,-accordlnB-to'votlng-pattern" stntlstlca��� Tosponds " to '-chnnglnn-nceds-nnd-condl:*  for,.tho past 30 yours,, the best.chance q,f, .(ionn.   It   Ih ��� In   Ihls ,early   background.  ldenf of u largo farming organization,  felero,, ho ....gained,* vast..,, experience,, hi the  marketing of agricultural products both  domestically and oxport.  His return to Canada was fired" by  a. strong desire to put his great knowledge  and ability to use for his own country  and'preferably for the pro^lneo of British Columbia. Ho told a' group of supporters In Sechelt "My motivation to  nock public office goes deeper than tho        . .    .  doslrQ:to7put::my7trrilhln^^^ to,  My basic values and goals were sliapecl    work ana play,   ���     ,,..,..,I  wuiit to emphasize  thut this Is a  cruglal election for Canada anc" regard-  loss of the personal attributes,,.qf,tho Incumbent, the question for every voter Is  whether Trudoau^bo glyon, a second  ohanco 'or whflM|ftho' Stanfield Team  'tnk'Q"X,i'argo7l'$^u^^  Toain���a Team that promises �� now kind,  of excitement far Canadians���excitement  respect for the past, a willingness to  chnni.0'with tho linios; a' positive atU-  ludo In our International dealing, and a  dedication to uphold tho dignity and tho  rights' of the Individual,'      ,      '.'71'  early In life In a humble but��� happy family sotting ln tho Fraser Valley nour tho  town of CjhHllwaek,'- Although my gon-  orotlon was spared the cruellies of war  and the agonlos of the depression, my  . ("�� mM. jil��.49.HlMJffl. JljoilLobMdran^undorj:  stood how fortunate wo are to live ln a  free country and" to bo Canadian citizens,  mammf*Mwlmmwmbi*tl  m  defoatlng tho Social Crbdlt govoi'nmont  h. the Mackenzie) District,  ,, Tho 107!* annual general mooting of  the Bi'IUhIv Columbia Tuachors' l^edera-  tlon In, April had previously voled lo  work feii"lho dnfoal'or Soi'lnl Ci'mlll ran-  dldaleis, TIiIm luMlon was tukon beriuiso of  tho government1!, .anlli'duaillm.  ptilU'les  ��� .H,U0h-��,|in--llM.--lM|Ht,,H||e)H-filHini,O--fi��l'll|Ul��  and the morn rcuont Mill  sotting   that   lho   sood   of   political   Involvement wa,H planted",  Mr, Pankratz points out, tlu\l his most  compelling and urgent desire to enter  pnllll.'H* Is the prosenl slalo (,)( our woii-  only which "Is reason 0hn.11.l1 lo pi'ump'  iiII'i'iiiioim'ihmI i'itly-oni*.pto mko urtlon",.IU-t  added VDnnpltn ovor,vthlui;' that (.'niuidu  '*li(ur;,;oliin~foi,:llr^Vf1~'seo*i'anipiitil���iM)nlu-"  nlon  In  alnioul  ��vpry  part ot  lho  Oa-  Ad-Brlel$���  point  (he way  fo action!  (n-Todoy's-C/ossifiod.���-  rJ��t��*imrt-***t,H��**>��i  ^AUU<fik^.mmiuxutin)Lk^.^    \wlwm iiHdlmi  wononiy,  Qui" house Is  nut   In  voiced litrong i)hJn��Uoi��n��ruIuMuliiSrlolJii-   \i\W_  LilVK ,.bnit  tank,. nalvanb.crt. nlp'o  und,  ��� -.  .-���.- ���- , , ,., .,,iyrMCTtttt**^  ���llulV,oX��.^twUly.��MtUHl*^*hw---iHni*tf*lt*kMi->l:>H��^ m  lanjer classes, restrictions In curriculum,    mont. with a clever, false front to ox- * hose and" uun.ii1?"!. Car ion box'<_'_\_k__"        ' "'  porlincnTiainosl    rocklossTy   with  o'lr^ncomploto with now bar carriers,  $110.  cconomx"nnd"onr~pnrllamenfnry**syntcm,~���''"*'''���- �����������*--��~��~��---*~w-^^w*'����.��~��  "Tho results of this often futllo and  moanlnglo.il experimentation have bo-  como   deprcsslngly  clear,;1 Ovor   000,000  ^nti~cTmrmMom^  .m��iH-*clun--to��''tlK^flnnncewforniidn,-^,l"hc  teachorH ��dso cited opposition to Bill 3  as an Infringement of thol^y democratic  rlHht.'o but'Kaln collcetlvoly.7 '  Opon-AIr Concort  and pro-, bund nienihom wlio arrived wllli'lll,--  idiwcro tie warning wore billeted In |iom��s  ,--,-.1 ,���������   . .    ������-..'���������!���,���=.-��� ���./      /,.������".��� .���<. -    nHhormcii,.-. Vmil tljcl iiot- IipIhb llio house on flouUi'  hand pictured horo directed by, Mr.   tourists and rosldujuta, Tho Kamloops in tho buck-ground with them,  -AlthouRh���,thQ.,JiCTli'-���coltucle(',���i�����,io,V.V. P��onlq,',.,HI,.q...pul".'._,.f .'wprli hi, Cmuula. This  vpon-Mir voncorT  Tho Kouml of music ntlractud many, Art, Lowln and Elphinstone ban  pooplo to ('H)HonH wharf on, l-Mday t Honlod -ii niortloy of tunoH whid  ovculnK whon tho vIhIUiik Kamluoi)H" UiurouRhly onjoyod   by   FIhIic  of one days' pay7from all toachors In  Iho province Iu bo used' fur' political ac-  llnn, ,nu .money, will, lni .turned, over: Iu  any parly or caudldalcs,  Political Adlun'' Co'nuulUeo  JeohclvJJl'eocherCAa-so^wVlott  includes   pooplo fn" nearly'"iill" o'c"c,u|)iV-'"  lions, In fact, thousands ,ol' .voitug people  who unco believed Ihal, unlvoi'slty .training would help them find a nucor. now  tliscovor that. Ih'olr skills aru 'not' needed  Jl\7tht.'i;cwutni7wUt,^H,";"iR!.,..."*.lyjnra,..muii-  l*****w**>*4M**)4*mrmiv*9rmn^^  '��� Tlmos Classifieds roach ovor 2,500 homos  ,('0.oqo roadqrs),.  ,..,... *.,. .    .7,   .'  ,���. Tlmos Classlfloda 00 INTO tho horri����,--��.,.  ��� notion. lawn��...*tr����U-.or>tn��*oulvor��s��---���rr~---  ,��� Tlmos1 Clowlflods aro loyv'-co��t, hlolvpotoncy  ��� poles tonics,  "     ' '       ,  '  * '  ��� PhonV linbi open Sunday) claiiiifiecl  fiB5:j965,4 Spcliolr/'Bffllffi.������Gifwfjii.  /fr     .111  ft  P  ....        / 7*5*.  ���-v-  \  X  Page A-2  The Peninsula Time-?  Wednesday, June 7, 1972  ^mm*mHm**mm*tmmv*n*m9m9vmnMwwit**im.mm*mmm*m-+*****mm  ^ePeotnsoi*^������^  11 wfil/VJL  \  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to jail to say what I bel\ey._to be right."  ��� . . -^John Atkins g  I'S'iewart B. Ai-soard, Publisher .����� _ Douglas G. Wueiu.ii.r_ Editor \  Opportunities  For Some  SFCHELT   and' Dkirict     Chamber   of  Commerce  had   hoped  to  have   its'  tourist   bureau  operated  this season  by  ���si-udents- ol- Flpliin-uone    High   School  work int.   under     (he   Opportunities   lor  Youih sihetue.  ln accord-with the regulations students had submitted their applications  I'or a grant under the OFY programme.  Some, of the projects approved have already been labeled an outstanding dis--  grace but the one project which would  have benefitted -t-he-een-i-m-u-nity -as -well  as provided summer work for a group  ot7 responsible students has been thrown  out with the most flimsy of excuses. It  would seem the application was carefully  screened together with some of the more  questionable, projects but rejected on  grounds that tourism is a provincial affair.  Words, to this effect came from the  office oj' our MP Paul St. Pierre, the  member who, since his* election to office  lias shown little or no interest in this  area. Unlike his predecessor Hon.. Jack  Davis who was a frequent visitor and  known to all, St. Pierre could walk up  and  down  Cowrie  Street  unrecognized.  Our representative in Ottawa has  been known to state that he is aware  of the fact that "some"' of the grants  on the Sunshine Coast last year left a  little to be desired "However, we hope  that things will be somewhat different  this time". What a joke! Sufficient be  it to Say; two local groups of high school  student-. w.ere. prepared to carry out a  geniithe a-nd valuable service which  would  have  benefitted the" district  as  a  whole.- Tauri-sm is.. an_indiis.try we look  to as a welcome aid to our economy  and in one** sfify and-'another we all  derive  some  good  from  it.  Some of the grants have gone lo  commercial projects, some to schemes  that are, at best, alhiost unbelievable,  other are little more than a sorry joke.  Some twenty or so good, students  would have-benefitted from th&~scheme  had they been approved. They are not  hippie types, weirdos, pot addicts or  rabble of any description. Simply va  group of straight-forward enthusiastic  young people who sought summer ��n-  ployment under what they considered to  be an equally straight forward scheme.  It would have offered a service to visitors from far and wide..  Clearly it is far from being too difficult to understand. To have gained the  approval of the charisma brigade would  have, in all probabilities, called for a  project of a rather less simple nature.  For example: The effect of alcohol on  the sex life oft homosexual jellyfiish.  This, we have no doubt, would have  kept a whole host of weirdos gainfully employed for the entire season, and  would have headed the priority list for.  substantial grants.  Little wonder Mr. Trudeau has  backed off from calling'an election. The  result is obvious.  >j[Mjif��ccaog.cgspaaa.jafcaaagaa.jaaj��*M^  IDEAL FOR  FIREPLACE  OR  STOVE  \\  PROMPT DELIVERY  PHONE  886-7292   Ma^sti^mmmMBJ��MtanBmrBasiS.aasassaJiaaaammaarai  VfMflf��MMMM��MrMWMSfflmm&ii��,^_^.  rrr^~J-^*ni^mr*~���^~r7^r*~",~^*TVr''~���Tr'','y"'~'r''~'"1 ���"<���"*���"-*"*- ���''">J9re*irr4~rir.r__n_  m__*__WUW___VMMM_\  mmmmdmrnm  wmm%mmmmmsmmmmm  ^^^^l^^^^^ir 7.  mmm%ff right  NOW IN STOCK ^^  (^o/iimhia   Fibreglass Boats  * |QR THE ULTIMATE BN BOATING *  Ranging from Tricat to Supercar Models $189\00 to $1050.00. A more  stable.vboat for fishing and  pleasure.  "  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and not necessarily those of The Times.  A  nom-de-plume may be used for .pitblicatrbn, but all originals must be signed by the writ.r.  Hot Rodders  Welcome Wind Of  Change  ARRIVAL on the Sunshine Coast last  week of Progressive Conservative  candidate lor Coast Chilcotin, John  Pankratz, was to many presidents an  exhilerating breath of fresh air.       ^  Nothing  our  present  elected  representative  in  Ottawa  has  said  or tlone,  -ft^-j^^El^L-JUxj^ay   or  do,   could  pos-  sibly erase the sorry record of the pre  sent federal   government.    Disenchant-    vlrt.iai  ment, disillusion and utter 'fflfe^sl '���^���^*cres'^)f__.e*  its activities under Prime Minister Pierre  Elliot Trudeau has put the Liberal party  in   an   extremely   unenviable   situation.  Consequently many "people on the Sunshine   Coast,   in   accord     with     those  throughout the country, find they have  no alternative but a Conservative government.  ��� ��� Suddenly the truth has dawned with  Jhc*v.ffttfli^ti()n   that   quakes  <<j_____rZ-^_^^  ably, more   than   an  image; to hel3ome~!md iKw0llld fie a safe assumption that,  a great leader. I rudeau Hred the imagination of the younger set with his carefree,  flamboyant   but   supposedly   progressive  people, deadbeats and rabble with countless millions of taxpayers' dollars.  Thus, taxpayers, senior citizens and  responsible people everywhere are sufficiently concerned that a tremendous  swing to the only alternative is taking  place.  -���-������W**heiH?foi:~M  ing his'tOUf^of this nr-^a  bp\\vn^ praetetl  vtrtuaU_^^t^c^jk|'^^MMfin^rc>V  thing to get that bunch, out" others explained that they had previously voted  Liberal but deeply regretted their decision. Yet others said they are no longer  taken in by pious and seemingly sincere  political speeches, for most of them had  proved so much subterfuge.  Robert   Stanfield  proved  himself  a  very'. capable provincial premier. He has-  Editor,  The Times,  Sir! Many thanks for the editorial re:  Hot-rodders on the Increase, May 31-st  issue of the Times. Cowrie Street seems  to be the favourite spot for the? hot-  rodders to race at terrific speeds-. They  enjoy going up and down the street for  hours, turning at the school grounds and  at the cenotaph. The more noise they  make the better they enjoy the ga,me and  the girl friends do enjoy the spectacle,  but it will be a sad spectacle one of those  days when an old person or a child is  maimed for life or, even worse, if death  occurs. The culprit no doubt, will be  caught and probably given a jail terrrf,  whereupon the "sob, sisters" will be out  in force crying "The poor boy was only  having a little fun and did not realize  what he was doing". Not a word for lhe  victim who may be the rest of his oilier life in a wheelchair, worse still if  the victim loses his life and a family is  left  to  he taken care of.  nose" to the Square establishment, and  that she was , not concerned with the  posstfffe traffic jam she could have caused, with cars lined up all the way to  Egmont!  If the minions of the law had happened along at the right moment, she  may have-, been deprived of the siiwV  rays by Ming * locked away in a police  cell for awhile, managed by the "establishment"  she  obviously  dislikes.  To the youngsters involved, my only  question is "If you worship nature so  much, how come you bothered to wear  blue jeans?"  (Not _,"^ith   it")  Appreciation  Editor, Tlie Times,  Sir: Members of the Elphinstone Senior Band would like to extend their appreciation to all the patrons. Captain and  crew of the Sunshine Coast Queen for  their patience and help given on bur late  arrival   at   Horseshoe   Bay   terminal   on  |- i/N 431 jpjf ���.���'���_��  Cliff's Boats & Accessories  885-9832  P.O. Box 324  Benner Block, Sechelt  BB  Mav  rth.  in the direction of Cowrie Street and also  4-v ..vrt V e teenage t{irls in the street  in- .". a 'A.-juf *.ri n'jnnn-j.-V'iH ^'jm.>\iot-rdd  hci03_, 'ihii police cai . And immediately  the little darlings in the expensive' hotrods slow down to 15 or 20 mph. How  true about the grape vine mentioned in  your editorial. The only alternative is  a ghost car for the sirri��ple reason when  a police .car is in sight all is well and  the drivers of the large hot-rods obey  every aspect of the law.  -S'KT-Btrnctt-  .impti  even without the "ga^-blade" image, he ^ QQ'nfk fQr_.V_.T  will make a competent aJid able prime    w  MC7 awu^rw  Poof's Corner  -���" BEAtTTY   OF   NATURE  By -Cheryl-Ann E.  Jay  Upon  a grassy  knoll  Far above a jagged shoal  Deep where the sun is always set  God's  fauna  and flora kept  Lies a doe in all her beauty and grace  Let  us  hope  that, something, is done    ,,A��id a, fawn snuggled .close to her face,  .before-a serious accident takes place.  ' 4,v-l:"' "' '" .    *  W.  J,   MAYNE'  approach. Never before has such a  magnificent firecracker fizzled out to a  damp squib in such a short space of  time!  The government of John Diefen-  baker was perhaps not as effectual as  many had anticipated, ll was, however,  nn honest and responsible government,  Today we need a government with both"  ..-,. .these al tributes, plus , a ��� generuutj mixing  of progressive ahilily. Not a group of  buffoons who provide themselves wiih  incredibly largo salaries, many and  varied side benefits, a large pension  scheme and massive tax-free advantages.  Neither do wc require an administration  ,���i"d)J��!LS throiigh _  minister. Around him he has built up a  group of very capable and responsible  candidates who, like John Pankratz, have  first class qualifications and have the  very ouitlook needed to provide thie  country with the progressive- government is sadly lacks at the present time".  When elected to office the consefva-  tives will have an enormous house  .cleaning, chore ahead of them. Within  theirraulis" are7meh with tlie-qualifications necessary to get the country back  on the road.,.Al, such time that Trudeau,,  is finally forced to call an election it will  be to the advantage of taxpayers, senior  citizens and all who appreciate the  need for change, to got out and give  th'ehrah'otitstandlng-vote-of-confidcnccr  Editor, The Times,  Sir: At this time pf the year I think  very sadly of the beautiful stand of dogwoods which stood on the Boulevard at  my corner which were so ruthlessly cut.  down for no apparent reason, So when  the last one on the Library lot. was allowed _to die���it did get some treatment, ������  too little and too late! and every once  in a while another child' would pull off  a strip of hark. I was so pleased to see,  lcorn.lngi,Kupi,i,frpmi,.,the..,.>oUptr.,,..tiii.]gopd  gro\vth. I watered ": it every day and  then lo and behold comes another man  wilth a can of Insecticide wh|ich he  throughly pumped Into the ground���I hud  a friend visiting and wo both went out lo  try and Rtop it but too many .weeds wos  all the response-ha made, I now have  ^.911**^^ ono h\ all your glory   '  lovely, maples,   from     which   J"   believe    I only wish you could' tell mo"y<>uT""  ^-$e-i>7eyes firhvl-y  implanted upon her  -�� young duty  Her colors with nature so well blended  For disturbing her I should  he fended  I wish I could touch, I could feel her  softness  This I find a rare oft ness.  The shadpws hide her timid smile  She knows someday her life will -be  on trial  To race through.the forest lawn she must  To escape man's thoughtless lust  Her young too, will have to race  And somewhere hide its beaut ions face,  Oh, to havo the free spirit of a doo  For that,'where must I go  Qh, for hpr.>beauty too  ......,,,.,.,..,  What, oh God, for that must I do?  But 1 am human and she is beast  I should bo grateful for that at least,  ��'   SUNSHINE  COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  .WATER AUTHORITY  SPRINKLING tEGIMTIONS1972  ��� . j  Sprinkling throughout the Regional District water  supply system will be restricted for the period May 1st  to September 30th as follows:  All waterfront  LANGDALE - EVEN NUMBERED DAYS - All property on  East side of street.  ODD NUMBERED DAYS - All property on  West side of street.  GOWER POINT to WEST SECHELT -  EVEN NUMBERED DAYS  * property.  ODD NUMBERED DAYS - All other  7 property.  is-straf^^m**^^  YOUR SPRINKLER.  ch4w.e& f. qpQwm  A"   lipisrrqrpr  M  TRAIL BAY  Trqjl Hay Centre; Sechelt  13 a iS3  itKW^_tS  y__mt______t ____���________] H^|^h  AUTHORIZED DEALER  '_____..  LTD..  Phone 885-9828  Xaiw Is For "'Everyone-  Do  TO SOIvin exlonl it wits ..'rnlifying to  letirn til lust meeling ol' ihe Kogloiuil  Hoard tluil decisions hy appointed ol-  1'ieinls tiro not necessarily final, Which is  nil very fine providing such a policy  does -not depend upon personal friend"  hhipn wilh����oiUi��lii~lii>aixr-<lli'cciors.-.-.^��--��-���.  Wo do hot si'ifegesl" thai this was a  factor in the recent innlanee in which a  decision hy the huilding inspector to  refuse, a penult for a mobile home was  overruled following prolcsls by directors  carry the CSA seal of approved standards and the one in question did nol!  It was explained that t^e manufacturers have produced single mobile  homes since l��5'l and the single units  do carry lhe CSA seal. The company  ,4has,i1iow,,goncJnio���.et)tiHiructlon of Uou-  hlc unils' which 'arc built to the same  specifications..bul, meanwhile are awaiting the official seal,  As director Jim Tyner. pointed out,  the Board has to exercise some"degree  *W��WMMW��*WHewFi|itt,Wi-W^  wy<rp*i-i"r.'"i("^*��Tl  Tyner and Wesi. Al the same lime, the of reason for it Is taking officialdom a'  'democratic process-could-hurdly-bo-eon-���bit-far -to refuse a permit on such a  sldered served when an explanation on trivial detiu'l. particularly when quite  behalf of the Inspector was neither read    obviously a large amount of money Is  Regardless of the fact that no one by ll)e applicant, from lhe manufacturer  upprecTalcfi autocratic  officialdom,  ev* ' stating thai the necessary"standards are  eryono Is -entitled to his day in* court,    met,      -���*-���������������������-      "  ���and In. tl\ls ease;, the... building? Inspector ,       While the. Inspector was currying out  should havo been permitted his. Mow- his duties to ihu letter of the law, as  ever, fi will come us some relief to very was his rlglu, administration of 'bylaws,  many people, to..learn that they,are not r rides and regulations l��-, considerably  bouinl* by. rigid amd��lnflexU>lea^^^  ,of, Individual,offleli-Jii. .TheyJhtyqjn elV troduced, Few, if any, regulations, are so  feet, un appeal hoard. Iron clad that they have to.be enforced*  Building liiNpecior Fred Revburn In to the letter,  refusing a permit I'or a double trailer If It Is deemed necesfiary to m��ln-  ttnli for use as a mobile home apparently tain  dogmatic  rigidity then  It  ban  to  based  his decision on u technlcalliy, apply* lo nil equally and without favour.  The fact that suc|i homes now,have to In this, respect, we would, ���still like to  wwwfwntww��iwiiiiiw��www����w<v>w^^ Know just iji��w I iii rtguiauoiin nave mm  ������^^-^���"p"!-^"^^  7lHE FENMSULAY^Wefr '     hjillW extended or constructed 1w the  '                 ,   hippie olement within the Regional Dis-  " Plibllhhcrt WMncMlnyfl nt IScchcU'   "       irlci?  '          " " ' ���    "  Maple Rlrltju got Its name, -are being  huldozed to make-way for un��� apnvtment,-  hulldhllg. When all the trees uro Mono  we will not ho ablo lo hwallio���I felt  I hud lost cm old friend when I saw  this old dead tree hauled uwrty, Tho llttlo  piddling trees to ho planted hero will  never lake the place'of .the lovely Dou-  woOdti', Hy the'way nro they sllll under  protection of the governmonlV  ..__,.^..v - ���,ALICR��� AMELIA. FAUUCIC,  Why we<xr parits?-  Editor, The Times,  Strt ,pn May 27, while driving from*  Socholt to Gibsons on Highway 101, wo  and  hundreds  of  other  motorists  woro'  treatedlo,j..r��ro Hpootnclo;,1�����young.mati  and  a  young  woman  lounging  hy  lho  Hldo of tho highway, dressed In out off  jAlUQ-lefihS.^M^^  up I   "Now,.! realize that ....naked, mammVy  glands can bo viewed ln many magazines,  movies, and God help -un, in reataurnnlR,  but Ih the publla rqndway quite tho pluco  for a "hack lo nature" movement?  Tho young lady could have soaked  up sun to her heart's content In nooluH.on  JuHt, a few yards .from pdhllo vlow, so God'* fauna' and flora kept  *I o��n"'only~i)reBunw'lIinrK  on  that  day  was  a, ''ihumhlng  of,the    Artd a fawn snuggled closo tec hor face,.  ,��>' life's story  For so Hhor,t' though it* may  Now, you aro all l can soo  Toll creature of God, loll mo truly  Why dims man treat you 11,0 eruollyj  I want yni.,to live su run and hldo  Do not lie' thoro and your tlmo. bide  Take to tho hills small ono too  For  you  will  never  know  at  your  tender ag(?  Wha,rtl\Q7\iRly;3uninri:can7do,,. , * ���  Hun quickly,, as quickly as you can  For I hoar, I see this ugly man  He's come, to kill you, he's como to mnmo  You so gentle, so dolleatoly  tamo  Please dear doe and fawn, loo  Run for your liVcfl, run, my God do,  ,You w'h bo unfettered, you will bo free  Until some humnn'a next wild spree  .  ^9o4ivo*youiwllvoar6h-cvontuvoH*of-n^tuvo��  And forever foar tho human's danger  Do., happy, peaceful and graceful over  And alwayH remain  cunning, wise, and  clover,  Upon a svanay knoll  Far above a laRB^d nhoal  Deep where the nun Ih always set  ''Sofmer.y,  Marshall Wells  >**M%^Hk^.ti-t4Mtei*li-V*l'**��1��.i('*.W-*|-.*;  ���^^ii.il,pi*Jrt��rt^��iie#n iv   t  Your Nqw  \y Shop  Centre  Complete Mho of Hardware  artd|Clorhing for  the Whole Family.  ... ,w...      Twm^^^r*nx^snTtiaimii^^ .   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"^^i^.^Y��.^4."r^t4 "^1 "^  ^li;-!a%.'iiMw?��lw  , nww*��Mfr��u  ��I��Ii  GOOD HEALTH F  MOW Oft.   TIIlU 9 FMDAYS  \,1*l,  ifOEllfi.Slt.bctJr^Mt  I    (>,    I  m, r^MWI^tll*^* tW'��4m��A -*'  Phono 005,9063  QUTSTAMltoQ  ' SPECIALS  >>*&m4&mmm"  ��*��� > ���.*  ww^twwMmWNrmwrwftrB.  ���r��(r.l ___-i N    ^��*4*s*���*tS^i  A.  ���f  ' \     ��� '     .  Paul St. Pierre  and  highly  effective  Russian xbornber in  the blueprint stage.      7    *   ;���5��� ;  In this, as in response to'other ques-  ^-���Letter  from  Parliament  Hill Vions from committee, members���Michael  ForresTaTL.  LU'i.miHg '"'I"   -'"  ^WSfc-  OTTAWA���The   number   of  people   who  say that youth  is  going to hell in  a  handbasket equals one would judge,  the  number   who   declare   that   there   is   no  such thing as partici-.  patory      democracy.  This  would  scarcely  fit   the   situation   in  Committee        Room  371  West Block this  morning, when  young Martin Shad-  wick appears before  the Commons Standing . Committee on  External  Affatrs-and-  Conservative military cftttcT  H.eath" Macquarrie, Conservastive foreign  affairs- critic; Georges Lachahce, the Liberal vice chairman of the Committee���  the young man replies to some of the.  most difficult questions on national defence policy wl^-h carefully chosen words  and  lucid thought. . -  Bob Thompson, (Conservative, Red  Deer) wants to know IT he had help  with his brief. No. He had shown it to  his   teacher   before   mailing   it   to   the  ��� \     ** ���  committee, "but he said a lbt of it was  too .technical for -hi-fn."v His* father is an  RCAF veteran, but. they don't discuss  defence in his "home. "You'd be over his  JreacL-an-ywayT^-says "Botr-Thomp^on, and-  Topics  Wednesday, June i, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  TWO���promising���nietkods  prevention  of  tooth decay  are   being  Oised-  ay  are  dtenti*.  in���the-  there is general laughter at the commit- ������_���,.            ,   -,              *     .  tee table                         > combined   in   a   study   by   dtentists   and  .No one talks down to-Mr. Shadwick, .!���ed  auxiliary^ workers  with-; ^hb  US  however, because he has come before the Department    of   ^ealth,   Education    and  committee  well  clued  in.  He  exhibits  a We tare   For the first time a sealant and  knowledge  both of current realities  and \ a fluor*de gel are being tested together,  past  military  history.  He  has,  in  short, 800 fifth and'sixth graders who* live  a* contribution xto make  to  the  Commit- J"' C1^inJle. Arizona will, as a first step in  .    ,            ...      ,.    ���    .  __,       ,.   ..   . _, the study, have all decayed teeth restored,  tees  consideration   of  Canadian   defence Then 400  of the children wilj..have the  policy, and he does so _\y manner that 'liquid plastic sealant  painted in the de-  brings   praise   from   every   MP   present, cay frqe pits and fissures on the chewing  surfaces of molars ahd bicuspids* ,A sa.fe,  long wave ult'rqviolet^ light, is then7shone  on the coated 'surfaces for 30 seconds to  harden the sealant. The\ same children  will then use a, fluoride gel*- for 10 minutes every day for ten consecutive school  days. .  ��� -  At "'the yearly check-up the sealant  ���will be re-applied'if it has worn off and  Will he "applied to newly errupted teeth.  The remaining 400 children will be compared fqr tooth decays rates, number of  t,eeth restored and the cost of treatment.  Results should show how greatly the  preventatives   improve   oral  health   and  whether there is a dollar saving in dental  care costs for children receiving the seal-  ���ant^a'nd. fluoride gel program.  ���Canadian  Dental  Association  MAKING  AMENDS     The Unitarian Service Committee re-  cently received a cheque for ,$55, to re- . "*  lieve distress and starvation among East  Pakistan refugees. Five dollars of this  money represented an amqunt previously-  undercharged the lady by a nationally  known department store.  National Defence.  Mr.     Shadwick,   a  Grade XIII student at A. Y. Jackson High  School in Willowdale, a suburb of Tor-  onto.vis pVesenting his personal brief on  the Government White Paper on Defence.  The  Committee? received  many briefs  in the mails and has invited the attendance   of   spokesmen   of   numerous   well-  known   organizations     and     individuals,  ranging   from  Dr.   Alcock  of  the   Peace  Research   Institute   to   military   experts.  This   high  school  student  is  alnong  the  " few   private   citizens   called   before   the  Committee to give his paper orally.  He is a short, heavy set young man  with black hair and glasses to match.  His,, voice is pitched high, perhaps by  reasons of nervousness, but he always  thinks before he answers and giv^s replies  slowly  and clearly.  The burden of Mr. Shadwick's brief  is ' that Canadian Armed Forces should  be directed, into more national service  projects. As examples he gives water  bombing of forest fires by military aircraft, the provision ol air medical services  In the Far North, bridge building, airport  construction.  .  Such projects shouldn't be done, he  says, in competition with private industry, but in. areas where the national interest requires them but ordinary considerations of commerce don't justify  them.        . ' " ���  This is not a new philosophy. The  White Paper itself favors more action  by the armed forces in national development  projects.  The  Shadwick  brief  has  carried the. idea .farther by dealing with   specific  suggestions.  The significant aspect of the meeting  is the growing interest of the MPs present in this young man's ideas. He was  the only witness appearing on this day  and the* mlfeting. which began at 9:30  -^ajii_J_mig____t____hg_^^  ACCOUNTANTS  journ by 10:00 a.m. Instead the MPs keep  questioning the witness until 11:00 a.m.,  and would have continued further if another Commons Standing Committee had  not pre-empted Room 371 for another  committee.  What about Canada's membership in  NORAD? He's done his homework on  this subject. He talks about the Russian  bomber fleet, the speculation that Russia  launched the North American air defence  system on extremely expensive defence  measures with a modest investment in  jgflto. pjaneg,  the reports, ofr-a-rite  *        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 ENTERPRISEsL/  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  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie  Street - Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone ��$6^2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product!  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   ...._._, .-...������,.....,....      ...�����.,   ^       .   >*l .��      .......  AUTO  SERVICE   SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOAT" NG  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  ���*-^T^ONTZlTqG^~^^���'"  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (ton.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���       DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  <BIVE 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  Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C  Phone 886-2551  CHARTER BOATS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 MadeiraJ-'ark. B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser."  24' Catal.ina  Cruiser. Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  G UT��I   S ERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798       Phone 885-2021        Sechelt, B.C.  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day or Eye. 885-2062  FUEL        ���      ������_       ���    '   '  V^ ANADI AN     r ROPANE  GAS.& OIL LTD  P.  Serving th�� Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and  Dolphin - Sechelt,  B.Cv  e:  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  FURNACES "  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY "DYKES   '  Gower Point Road  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  ���'��������� Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  ..;-,Sunday SeiA'Ices:, 11��a.m.; 7 p,m. r  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  ���PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phono: 886-7107   .  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thursl 10 a.m.-3 pm  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  ,,, Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs. 10Ja.rn.-3 p.m.,  Frli 10 a.rn.-6 p.m.  BLASTING  WMW���**  ���PENDER-HARBQUR-���*  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CUSS  9;.S A.M,  CHURCH SERYICE���11100 A.M*  <t*u,  .  i.  Pastor Roy, Walter S. Ackroyd \  Madeira Pa(-k ��� 883-2374    i  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  .FREE .rESTI MAI t> ����,_,���  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  r*i*.,in'i*.**t��W��yi |9*l  TED'S BUSTING  n  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School �������� 10*00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco ��� llilS a.m.  Eyonlnfl Sorvlco 7i30 p.m.  ���PASTOR.ReY,,S,,C^SSEI.lTS  Payli Pay Road and ArMtw  (3 blocki tip from Highway)  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donley 883-2734  ji i ���          "  * *    ���  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  ,    FREE ESTIMATES  '"' Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If No Answer Leave Message- at  ,������.,.,,���J,���:,,i,t,fl8'"r?326.���,..,..,...,,   R.R. 1, Socholt, B,C.  Tho United Church off Canada  ,., ^..........SERVICES: ,,,..  Sr. John*! United Church - Dovli Bay,  Sunday Sorvlcos v9i3Q o.m.  Robert* Crook United  Sunday Services-2i30 p,m,  _  ��� ...Glbiont.Unltod Church __ ^ _  Sunday Sorvlcos ���*��� 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7*30 p,m       ���. (2nd .and 4th Sundays)       -  Mlnlitry  RoVr'-JIm Wllllomsdn - Gibsons> B8p-2333  BUILDERS  \��*r*mlm*^^  ������HlfljMMIIIf  Baptist Church Sorvlcos  BETHErBAPTlSTCHURCH  .'��., M#rmold and Troll, Sochelt  ''" iuddflY &C\K)Q\ 10:00 a.m.   -  mii��n��*j��**Wi��bMiWwww^  ���-���-MorrilnQ."Worship llilb a.m.  I -mmmtH^m^"*^  Park Road. Glbiom  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m  '  For All Yotir Rbhovatlbh;  Alterations or Finishing Work  '   coll   ���.,  Cor Zuldoma  PHONE 885-2135  TRICOH DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  cust6'MtK6K^TPR-^PAp"HbM4ES   ,..  Hloh Quality... Reasonable Price*  Puy a Package and erect It yourself, or ool  ,       ,   ,, * our professional help,   GARDEN DAY, D.C, * Phono Eves. 003.2793  '     i  I  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���WCTJUr^CLEANTNG   Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834. after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill. Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock. etc.  Box 89, Madeira Pork  Phone 883-2274  COAST PR^WALL  Drywa117 and7TextUred 'ceilings  Frco Estimate    <  Phono 886-7643  MwwwwLM&W||KSYfANSON*kTDrw,aMH'  READY-MIX CONCRETE  .:,'   Sand arid Gravel - BacHhoes.���..,.,������.,,  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN'BENNER BLOCK  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Roqd Gravel- Crushed Rock  Phono: Socholt 885^9550  -      �������������������'���'����������������� ���������)' ���"'    -������'"-�����������M��*"1��� |       J... ��������������������� IW ���  Land Clearing �� Road BillIdlng  Trpb Topping ;7Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Tclophono 883-2417  R,R��� \, Madeira Park, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to pay  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete" line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS   ANN'S COIFFURES  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.   ^  Complete automotive and marine repairs and  parts; welding; sales;., boat hauling; OMG 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.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants -.Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST   FRANK  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  " -' 886-2248           PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  ROOFING AND FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOF I NG APPLI ED  AND REPAIRED    -  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  in the Bal Block  *<���-..,.      NextUo the Ca-op Store   *  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor   -  .,, "   Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  7: frOILFURN^ES^STC'y  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Secholt, B.C.  Ail Makes - AllWork Guaranteed""  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefltting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848  CLIFF'S BOATS  -���    & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  ���Xj^jyy^'^ |��� ~ �� i^-jj   -  885-9832 SecMi  SURVEYORS  ===WF-*EW^GfNAAR  B.C Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise. Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  ���-M**W��**^^  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  '   Fpr All Your PulldlnaNood*   ' '  GIBSONS"BUIfcDING~SUPPLIES~LTD7  T653*SQTv1ow^Ph'6nQ^886-2642  REV. RODRRTAUABY, PniU>r  ..'-.*   .   .008*200?), 4   A' WARM*WfcLCOME AWAITS YOU  mmtmtl4mfi9��4mmmm4m iimi �� wmm wmmwmmmmmm  Froo Estimates - Fast Service  G 6V W DRYWALL  ���Diywoll-acoustic and'toxtunsd pal|lno*<���'"'  Now 6orvlno�� Gibsons araa and tho Ponlnsula,  Phono 884-5315  Dox 166, Port M��llon. B,C,  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  .*���#"** "l\ Y |"w"*u^*"[i.'yl"i* || JPj'* i  PORT MGIIQN to OLE'S COVE  Tqlt 086-2938 or B05��??73  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,  ^Vyhon Rcnovatlna Or.Sprlr.g Cloanlng, ^t  Contalnars Availablo,"1*  rr '    '  ELECTRICIANS     ������ ,   ��� �� ' .*'    " ���'   ACTQN ELECTRIC LTD,  .         ....,,��,,������.���.,.. .���,,.. (  Ro&rdontlal - Indiistrlril hhd Mnrlno Wlrlno  ��� tloct rlc Hcsat ,i Una "Work    '  LP,hf)no-886i:7^fl-4..  ^WfirltJ'Jl ��*W*l^.ftil*-j!  ��HALL.SHEET-*METAL��,..-,.,-.4,4  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  Oil: FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  ���   .7 - OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  ���'���''���"���"'��� Nothing Down --- 10 Yoars To Pay  Light Plumbing  Ray Blanche ^- 883-2401  IRONWORKS "  P�����P���     i    i      i   ���������������������iMimiiii ������������iiiii.iw ���������-iiii- .imnimn.iiiim.1  PENINSUU Q^NAME^TAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON' RAILINGS  1    'AND MISCELLANEOUS'ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORK  Phono 886.7029 - 886-7056 - 886.7220  BLAIR ELECTRICAL   '  ��#*vis<j^^  ���   ' * ���      ( '   '' iff       ��� t  Phono: 086-7816  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Appliance Repairs  >   PHONE 085-9978  Box 387/Secholt, D,C.  JANITOR SERVICE  I ������� nim^r������!������������"I"1 maum��mmmmm4imm)mim^mmmiim4mmm9mm9imi>iimmmiim\i n ^p^^���iipiihiiiwh  t  - WeIcomo' to The FloorshIpo Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERYICE  r ' ||*  ,,,,,,,,,.Specially In,Cleaning - Floor Waxlnfl^������  Spray P .'fflno -, Window Cloaplnfl  '    ' '    .RUG'SHffiPOOING  Phono 086-7131 m Glbaona, B,C,  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE ,  Spcclallr,|nq In;  Pnpor Hannlno. Interior fli l"-Moi|oi dncorolliipj,  ,���JiuQ^|cqnlna)r.AlL'YPf)^lJ.i<|]dlnfl������_,  Mnlntonnnco, Fliwr Inn'alMlon,  , Window 'Ckanlna,  "Itlft!  MACHINE SHOP  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  Govt. Certified Plumberyf\   24 Hour Service  Phone 88&9014  p.o, eox 825 --/Sechelt. b.c.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD,  Sales and Service ��� 886-8533  Everything for the Do-lr-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations      FREE* ES.fl]v\AT)E'i',   Len Coates 886-7685  7 77   :Ray Coates 886-9533 -7886^2606 7    r  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING 8, HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't. Certified Plumber  ,.����,,��,���.,��,��.,,,��,.����.*�� Phono��..883~2720*����.��4r����4r.*.,,r��s4,��,��,����,,��  Box 63 Madeira Park, B.C.  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway    7  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  ���      ���SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Availablo  ..Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.ro.  Friday evening by appointment only.  _______________________m___m_________.  . A  TOWING    Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE   --....-.-LTD-.-..     -  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing;  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  ��� TRANSFER,_, v.,��� .,��� ���,..'', ,;,���,,,  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  11      , Tools and Equipirient  ,.V,.    '    -7.,,,-7..,-    -7,..-   .'vV,.,,',;,:  7..7.;..., ,���...:.  Garden Bay, B.C.       Phono 883-2585  . , ,   ;   "RENT IT AT" ~~  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dayis Bay  ,    , 7'Wa Rent.or So|l Almost Eyorythlno'7  ,���  Typewriters ��� Lighting Plants - Tcla'vlslona  Rolo Tillers��Comont Mlxora ��,Lawn R,c*Hp3  Mechanic's Tools  ' PHONE 885-!?WQ^2Vj'HOUR SERVICE  ,    AFTER HOURS d85-2151  RETAIL, STORES """  r"-"'��� ���������������������������-11 i.       f .���^�� -<  C 8. S HARDWARE  SECHELT; B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS'  ..,^_  ... Phone ,885-9713  ,       THE TOGGERY  Ladles' and Children's Wear  ,    , . Opon olxday��fl week   !������  Phono1,885-^063    .,  Cawrlo Straot. Socholt  PonderHarbour^-883^513  f k HARBOUR SUPPLIES ^  '^^^^^^^^^ '^TilWt^qT ^*t*  TVs�� Furn|lura and Carpets   7  ^IFrancla PorllnsMla  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  ...^chln��*^hop*----^r<^ond-Acty'-Weldlr��a-  Stool Fabrlcatlnd��� Marino Ways  Autorriotiyfl and Matlno Repaln  ���' Standard) Marina Station ���  mmm*y*mmtfm$^yw���**t<  p��Bt*!PJf*W!liWIS*Jt#WW*P  if  \   '  ^imm^mpi4^sm*<9} ^  1  I rhont 006-7721  ���twmmmpmm*  Bit, IB6.??36, 006*9320  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving; Packing, Storage""���'"   Packing Materials For Sale  Member of AllledVan Line*,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  phoneJ86:2664f.R<R,J^GiP8onsf<B,C\w  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA    ,  Furniture tp anywhere In Canada,, ��� 7'  General Freight, Low-bed and heavy haullnfl  ���T.V;' and-'-RAPIO- ,~-.r-^'~-- - -  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  SECHELT, D.C. PHONE 885x9330  ������������������"���      TELEVISION -^ APPLIANCES     '  AUTHORIZED.  ���   SALES ��� SERVICE  ..���., ,PHILCO-FORD,,r-, MOTOROLA .,   SPEED.QUEEN  SUNSHINE,COAST-T.V^SALESw  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL" ^' ELECTROHOME    *'   and ZENITH    DEALERS  -   Gordon Oliver   "Ed Nicholson  In Tho Hoqrt Of Povvntown Secholt  Bo�� 799, Sochelt 885-9816  'CLti&D ON' MONDAYS  KfW 11(4* ftp.* 1 lttWt?*fM"T *"MP����**^ai M'l**��f) rill (ii-K'Vte^* i 1  WW^^*h^t����m(��H**W!-!����iW*^'M'' 1"  rMft^*tfW^W>'***^#��t*rt^^  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS & SERVICE  Agent for Harma3 Typawrltera  rPHONE 886-2728     '   7  R�� D�� Thomas & Co.    l,t.lMWMBWH>  UPHOLSTERY  ,*mt.mmm99i*��4��itm��miK\titMtf,  Your BMslnoss Card  "LlrPTl11S"Bpac<s'tkwl'l'r"  j'pach nearly, 1Qf0pQ pcoplal '  Low cost' - High power  BELAIR CUSTOM U^HO^TERY  ND DRAPERIES  .ReuphpMterlna^ftosryllno^Compfetfl^Drarfni,  ! 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DON'T   for...-!   VnWw'n   Day
ui   Mon-taii'M, .liino   111,
'-   00*17-20
I'KN'IOKH    llai'hoiii*   Auxiliary
Iu HI   MiiryH lloN))lti,l,'"wlH
hold   i7«   ii'nului'   inmtlln.1   on
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p m, I'M nit I plmiM will* ho tiiiulo
fiir tho Aiiiitiiir FlHlilnjf Dorli.V
on.July \..9,i...,   IMIftfi.ait
Elevated,  future view property,   undeveloped, beautiful   location.    West    Porpoise    Bay,
" $9,000  each,  cash^ Phone  885-
"9654 or write Box*il07 Sechelt
. B.C. 8810-tfn
Multiple. Listings    Service
Box   -.'.aR,  Gibson-,  fi C.
SECHELT:      Mohilp^Hofno-As
- new, fully    fprni'shed,    cl.wp
RIAL ISTATt (eon*.j
^ •—, ,	
4.2  ACRES,  10  miles North  of
<Pr.wpli  River $14,f.OO.  Partially   impr.ivrd.   Call ■ ,.>r ' wr-'itr*
hhrrrr*—Hrrl+eHH^ld—h-ri ml—ftr(—
HiLp WANTiD (e©rit.)
Ti'LLY    experienced    narpei-v-    .WOMAN  for
ter,'    28    years'    expenetve.       ^ I'leaning,■
Will   hn^lil  or  re-mo* lr I   ri.iTnt-...     .".nod   hour).,
Phone 485-4278.
9027^28*    ■■23-4992.
occasional hoitse
Langdale    area.
pay.  'Transporia-
Y-h-h-+i-*,v-—l-lwi' if __Heats'r'.>iary„—Phone   f-tlti-	
LARGE lot 80 x 268', Redrooffs. Road. Potential view
on paved road, power and
phone available, $3950. Phone
885-9654.. . 8534-tfn
Beautiful  Recreational
.Park-1 ike   160 acres
SpcrPt Cove
Well   elevated   property,  some
BUSINESS  machine repair  &
service.   Phone   886-2728.
after   ti   p.m.
or   week-.
Tapping - falling clanger trees
-  limbing tor view.
Prompt,    experienced,   insured
Phone  885-2109
HAVE   two   lots   suitable   for
low  rentals    or  self-owned,
want contractor for joint project.  Rhone  883-2407.      8659-28
CONTRACTOR wants oarpen-\
ter    and    laborer,    Madeira
.Park  area.   Phone   Geoff  833-.,
2746. 9043-2B
PART 11roe
ply  Yarn
help wanted   Ap-
Barn, Sechelt.  Ph.
*  9046-28
McCULLOCH, Glen * Marquis,
of Gibsons, B.C., on Juno 1,
1972. Survived, by his loving
wife Dill, 1 daughter Ann, and
1 son Allen; also 1 hrother
and 3 sisters. Private, memorial service. In lieu of flowers,
memorial- donations may be
made to the Canadian Cancer'
Society for research purposes.
Arrangements through the
Memorial Society of R.C. and
I*'ir.*.t   Memorial   Services.   Ltd.
WE wish to express nur sin-
• cere appreciation of our
many friends, especially tlie
I..O.R Branch 76, and Sunshine RebeUah Lodge 82, for
the kindness and sympathy
extended us at the death of a
beloved husband and father.
Also our deepest thanks for
the beautiful floral tributes.—
Madge Hansen, wife; Mr, Nell
Hansen and* Family; Mrs.
, Harold  Nelson and Family.
OUR * sincere thanks toxthe
Sunshine ' Coast Ramblers,
the Musketeers and other
local musicians who donated
time to our Barn Dance. Also
to Jue Benner our auctioneer,
and to Branch 140 Royal Canadian Legion. Wilson Creel-
Community Association and
all those who donated toward
tumbling mats. Special thanks
to Culi and Scout leaders, the
Peninsula Times and all who
helped make such a successful ye'ar of scouting. Thanks
again from 1st Wilson Creek
Scout    Group   Committee.
TO all my friends who made
my stay in Hospital more
cheery—thanks. Thanks to
Dr. Kassen for his prompt attention, and all the staff of
St. Mary's Hospital. The flowers, gifts and cheerful cards
were most appreciated. Thank
you to Rev. D. Popple for the
spiritual   care.—Anne   Todd.
*  <l(J40 2'tf
to stores and Hospital, on sewers,   water,   power   and   on   a.
fully landscaped lease lot.
SECHELT: Here is that ideal
summer cottage you may
be looking for just 5 minute
walk to Sechelt or Porpoise
Bay dock. Extra flat" lot'- all
in.  garden.
GIBSONS:   Waterfront.   100   x
27ft"*-UU   with   large 2 bed.  A
frame   on  con.   basement   with
AO  heat.   I-'.P.   $25,00(1.
GIBSONS Waterfront: '"Secluded, private stream, very
attractive year-around home,
workshop, and guest cabin..
I/ease land Ask on particulars.
mer home just steps
flat safe beach. Lot size
125' all. cleared and in
trees. Waterfront lots in"
al.so   available.   F.P.   $17,000.   .
HOPKIN'S: Very clean 2 bed.
home   with   bas.    and   A-O*
heat.   Very  nice   view  lot.   All
this .for  only   $20,000.   "
from '
. fruit
WE -wish to' thank ,all, our
friends and acquaintances
who expressed their sympathies in cards and letters, after
the loss of my Father (Barney).- Chuck and Isabel Barnes and  Family. 9044-28
OUK heartfelt thanks, to Doug
Turner and his firemen for
their endeavors jn fighting
the firo at Indian Isl«fi Marina
Store last Wednesday evening. Also' to the muny local
7residents who 'assisted ; *w'H,lv:
boats ancl pumps and in so
muny other wuys, — Harold,
Diane nnd Gordon  McKitrick.*
Dealer residing at Hnll'-
monn Buy, Phone 811^9(135.
lie  will then  call  on you.
LADIES  ■   have   an   evening
of  i,'iiju,y*im!iit   and   IjooH   it
Tupporwarc   parly,   Pit,   Hflfi-
1333.   ""    ' '11000-211
WISH  lo contuet,  Latter  Day
ftalnifl monilws7P|wnt\"flijs-
5S17B or UBO-aiMO; G7(lfl-tfn'
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ~™
MuoUnun  'I'M   P.m.j  Tliurs-
days, Wilson Crook' Goirtmun*-
Ity  Hall.  I'll.  HWMKW7,    ,
Road:    Two   ideal   building
lots,  close  to  good   swimming
beach,   on   paved   road,  water"
connection      available.      F.P?
$5,li00 each.
log house on quiet side st.
Large lot cleared and in garden. Close to store and school.
F.P.   $15,000.   Try   offers.
Beach, TWO acres with 700
ft. of good waterfront. Property is well treed with a
beautiful Southern exposure.
Unobstructed view towards
Salmon Rock and the Gulf of
Georgia^ Property has good
access and several very suitable building sites. FP $38,500.
view home on Marine Drive.
Newly '■ decorated interior.
Very close to an excellent
beach' and handy to Langdale
ferry. A-O-heat, A-E hot water, 220 wiring. Immediate occupancy. A pleasant, family
home in a very desirable residential area. F.P, $15,500.
KEATS ISLAND: Level semi
view lots. Access on main
roucl. Community water to
property. Size 75 x 150'. F.P.
offer on "starter" or investment property. 2 .B.R. house
on a very large level lot (100
x 125 ft,) Fully serviced, sew-
""'W line  laid,'v'Tmmodlate■'■,:p6*s-''■',''
ession,   F,P,   $9,500.   Reusonu-
.... bio ., offers   considered,
Vancouver -Real Estate Boqrd
,,    PHONE  880-2248
Roti5nfyrPuBI ic    '
VincePrewer 886-9359
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Ron McScrvaney    886-9656
Box 238, an.M0i-.r-.  B.C.
■     ■"■ ■       111 40-20
SECLUSION and ..■nehuntmeni
on law vlow lots bolwoon
It-lio-HM* sou -iiii. puvedroudJn,.,
Poildoi* HtU'lHHii'; Siiltttbl.. Tot' 7
multiple, ,dwollln_-iN. Lowes!
prices $3,000 to $4,BOO, 10%
down 0% Interest, Pli, collect,
Hfla-2407 !')i'-'7(ia.n«Bo; nor>a-ao
ocean views, trails and light
timber. Lane access from highway at only- $67,500. Some
terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula
Times, Sechelt, B.C.     8733-tfn
■ square feet frame construc-
. tion for sheec&pleasure in -living. 2 nice bedrooms. View
living room has fireplace and
W-W carpet." Modern Crest-
wood kitchen. Utility or s'or-
ap.e room. Attached carport, ,'t
ft. dry crawfl space. Large
corner lot. Level walk to'P.O.
and shops. $?. 1,500 full price.
MARTIN ROAD: Attractive
frame cottage in excelleni
condition. One large bedroom.
"I/' shaped living-dining and
kitchen. Front entrance hall.
Utility. A-oil heat. Landscaped view lot. $16,000 full price.
PARK AVE.: One acre with
100' road frontage. Delightful1 year round stream a% rear
of property. Park like atmosphere. Bed-sitting room and
large kitchen. Foundation in
-for" extension—to—htraser-Short
walk to beach. $16,500 full
jjrice.   Terms   negotiable.
PRATT ROAD: 1 level acre,
•Vs clear. Munch style. Post
and Beam construct ion. Attractive living room separated
from dining and' kitchen by
dutch door. 3 large bedrooms.
Vanity bathroom features
glass enclosed tub and mural
wall panel. Through hall to
carport. Utility. Full price
, ,$25,000.   V_   down.
ARBORITE or Formica' counter tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. ( Will
bring colour samples to" you.
Bill—883-2406. 7936-tfn
EXPERIENCED    logger,    tree
topper, high rigger, day taller   seeks   work.. Phone   885-
9883, 9031-28
Help Wanted, female
OFFICE receptionist. Must be
able to do dicta-typing. Reply to Box 4192 P.R. News
slating qualifications and experience. 4192-31
HUNTING   dogs   -   Labrador
ci^oss Brettany Spaniel pups
^8 weeks, iree. Phone 886-2617.
py. Ph.
old small male pup-
485-5400.        4185-30
SMALL trans,  radio found  at
■Ci.rilou   Park.   Ph.   485-5797.
?*SU.~-     - -r*. -j--
ipaiiy 4 an.-, on hwy. 101 near Madeira Park. 3 BR home with
ra.pi.n. oii furnace, oa,7 tlcar-*, fireplace, partial basernent.
Purchaser could possibly. divide into 2- lots—one with l-$(r*ft.
rorl-.y  waterfront   and  an  exceptionally  good  view  and  the  other
Price—now—reduced ' to
svith   huu'.e   uikL good
1 PAIR boy's gla.sses and case
•' found al earner of Manson
and .Duncan. Name "Gordie"
on frame, black case. Ph. 483-
9385. 4191-31
MATURE     responsible     baby
sitter   required   3      days   a
week. Selma Park. Phone 885-
2136   6-8   evenings.        9021-28
BABY sitter in my'home Own,
required  for days.   Ph.  885-
9707. , 9023-28
19'    CLINKER   boat   and . 5f>
HP  Evinrude   O.B.  also   11'
.skiff.   Ph.   885-2220.     . 9028-28
22*-   CABIN   cruiser,   1.20   h.p.
inboard,   blue.   Ph.  483-3644.
Box 769
 >ESTATES LTD..W.I 885-2241
;   Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544
See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot
Boat   Owners—Sandy   Beach. " Protected   Moorage.   For   more   information   call   Suzanne   or   Len   Van   Egmond
or 885-2241.
direct .685-5544
Gibsons, "B.C.
Phone 886-2000
'  ' 81.45-28
5 ACRES 6n Ruby Lake. Furnished cabin, small boat und
motor.   F.P.   $13,500.   Ph.   885-
9513. -•■' ' ■"       9038-30
PENDER Harbour waterfront
•Jot. Sheltered*, deep, very
accessible to water .making it
ideal for a year round wharf.
$17,500. Phone 880-7374 alter
5:30 p.m. Write Box 708,
Gibsons, B.C. 9050-1 fn
Large,   well   treed  lot..Protected   moorage.   Clams   &  Oysters
your door   For more information call Suzanne or Len Van Egmond
direct 685-5544 or 885-2241. '    *
94' of Waterfront. Flat level sandy beach. A real choice spot
View ot Trail Islands, Complete privacy, beautifully treed. -5
Bedroom. Large livingroom with fireplace. W/W Stucfyr" "^'Bath,
Double Carport Workshop 18'x24.'. Excellent condition. Type ot
property hard to find. To view, call Suzanne Van Egmont direct
.   • 685-5544 or 885-2241.
On Ihe waterfront in Sechelt. A real charming spot to. dine. Lot
1007x250', 2800 sq; If. ol building, Just been renovated banquet
room.  Owners  wanting  to sellfor  health  reasons.   For
formation  call   Len  or  Suzanne  Van   Egmond   direct
or 885-2241.
more  m-
lot    for    sale,    Selma
Phone   885-9557.
'        • 9029-30
5,3  ACRES, Shaw  Road, Gili-
'"'  sons " Village.V 5*   minutes■
walk   to  high school,  $10,000,
Phone 880-9001   evenings.
 •-■■■••■-- - 8598-1 fn-
■       ■ '■    — ■——*■
5 ROOM furnished house, Ph,
—483"0820r~' ' 4100-3 P"
HALT., for"ferii —Wllnon Creel-:
Community    Hull.    Contact"
Mrs, Diane Aniloiwm 1100.23110.
71110-1 fn
Large lots with beautiful view of the bcedn and Islands,. Ready
to build on. From only $5,000. Call Suzanne or Len Van Egmond
885-2241   or   885-9683   or   direct   Ir6m   Vancouver   685-5544.
parity  cleared.with
choice 5 ocres parity cleared.with small dwelling on
5, acres - In the Sochelt .Area....-Good,,,terms,„. Call Suzanne
'"   Len Van Egmond direct 685-5544 or 885-2241.      ■
wanted In
for  nln|,ilo  bunker
GlbtioiiH urea. Cu|l
Wl 17-28
Large view lots with outstanding view ot tho Trail Islands, Good
sandy beach access. Only a tow steps away from all services, Call
Suzanne Van Egmond direct 685-5544 or 885-2241,
LLargo   lot,   nlcoly  trood   fpr only   $2.600_ terms,   Call  Lon   or
i*. ■    *     * Suzanno Van Egmond
MODERN Mif bedroom homo*
In Seeholl from July lul for
ion... term rental"approx, $100
monthly, Raroroncon,. Phono
1)05-20207    '        ', '""   DOOB'-Uf)
OIBSONB  -   One    hodroom HOUSE  wit mod  by  .Inly   lul,
homo, bemttll'nl view ijill.000 Bu-oholi-or.-QllwonH..m-ow. IUh
Phono  uwnor  OIKI-OOtM,    - I'oroncoH nvnllnble, Phono llllil.
niaa-20 04B4,               ■**   oooo-oo
»|-.I H*f *-I~ r.   .
MHS. Dorolhy H-/uho <if Oil),
nonii, 1VC, In huppy in «n-
' nouni^lli't1 "i'n|.if|.iviiit»nl "nnirti'"
(liUijJilUoi" Hcverly Gruee to
LowIh "Pi'iinh lliu'voy, noii of
Mr, will Mrn, Ptn'ii -Ciillt.nux
uf Jiliituviiii, SiiHl,, Tho wod«
(llnfl will ttilu1 pluco on July
nth, 11171" lit HI, DiivHI'i' unliod,
Clnircli, Wotil  Vnnt'onvoi', llo-
I'opiiun id Pniiiiv nt.kor'irciti'i*'
DulMInK - AH t*yp«»n.
IlooflnK - Dnnrolrl SlilnRlon
ShuUoh ■"Alunilnuni,,,	
1"n|nl\ ni; -'? Int„-«Rxt,■■■< • Hen, &
Conorelo  - bnHemonlH • filclo-
ften A: rotulnlng ■vvuIIh,
tlior™("iwoTfiviT^"-" .JmV»Uo( Ion.™"'
Phono 386-7320
fonder Harbour  "'"■
Tel t 883-2794
! Acreage „wUlv. older Jnouso.„QulotJocQtlonjrjTr)"agnlfl;
,.   co,nt,vlow, A goocl'buy at ^34,000,00,
KUH-   LIOTTllllllUOADrt,    envoi
0|)PH,    iimonientri,    Invoiefih
"nnd  all  commorolftl  prlntlnR,
conlftct tlio TliTicn offlco itLHo"
cUolt.or i-liono.. "IBR'IW,	
Thouo loir, have a full vlow of Pondor HorboMr; both
havo walor*, F,P, If6500 each,
a 2 hodroom cabin on Iho walorlronl, Trood.lol.^i|^p||/nl
hooch, Loi K Dominion l.o«iiii«. Full prlco t-OOW
' ■   ^      #
'NEAR NEW"2 BEDROOMS '    """ '
Locatod "on loaso Itond, This it- n vory oloan homo woll built and ,
call Jack Anrlorftpn at .805-2053 or* SlairAndorson at 005-2385,,
Loyoly ylow lot, Close,|o ovory convoplonco, 2.bJKti, lo boach and
(Ishlno, stops to school ancl playordi'incl, All claarod and sorvlcocl,
|",P,  $5,500 cash, For moro Information call Jack Andorson at
605-2053 or Stan Andorson al 005-2305,
Just of( Saroont Ray, Those lots aro '/a aero In aroa, with south
p,p, $3,950 each, Terms to suit, For moro Inlormatoln call Jack
 Anclorson al 005-2053 orStan Anderson nl 80Q.2385,,
'"'"■"; ;;";;;;-davisiay';  ' , ; ;"
Viow Lot 70'x'|Sd7/\ll iioivlcod, Cornor  location," closo  lo
(acllltlfl'J, Now homo qroa  Gently slopino. & cloarod. ..?, ■}•!), 1)00,
For moro Information call Jack Andorson al  885-2053 or Stan
  Andornqn al 003.2305. ,     ,
'    '   FAMILY HOME
„• QM<Hlif(QBforV,LA;
 f l»l» I" W
Fullf modornroRcblltn
' Two'pqrceln on,N.W, end of Saklnaw Lako,.12 acres;
$20,000 per parcel. Phono 112,2540060,  ' . ,
i    . Write: Advertiser, c/o'Dox 310, Secholt,'.B.C.;'
,■ .     LAKESIDE LOT ' v<'
Ideal for weekend cottage or permanent
home, A
Calf-John Breon at" 883-27.94 ,(24 hours)
On two vlnw loin, nlcoly lanclscaporl, This homo hni 2 hodronmn
and a lull basomonl, now 20 yr, guaranlood vinyl siding ond.
n shako roof, Tho lot* Is worth at loam $3,000, Tho two con ho
had ,lor $22,900, on torms, For, moro. Information coll Jock
Andorson at 883'20S3 or Stan Andorson ol 005.2305.
Ro&lclnntlal 2. Lot snliohla lor liollor ono, Clonrorl and soivlcod,
FlPrP^SOrPormorP'InformPtlon'CPll-Jack-Anflorson nt-OBB-BOBa.
or Stan Anderson ol 005-2305,
'-* ' '■■  ■ -. ..7'
Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly 1.0 acres of real nice land,
fruit trees,  grass and natural trees. Older house—could be made
livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.
TO Motel units (all electric)—8 with cooking facilities, office with
living   quarters   for   manager.   Approx.   800   ft.   on   small   lake,
approx.  200  ft.  on  Ruby Lake with  floats and  launching  ramp.
Price now reduced to $75,000 with $25,000 down.
D.L.  3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,
has approx.  550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake,  road & creek
through property and an old  house  which could  be  rebuilt.  Full
price $50,000 with $25,000 down.
119   ft.  waterfront  with  float and   furnished  cottage.   Complete
with   running   water,   bathroom   and   serviced   with   hydro.   Full
price $21,000 with terms.
3 BR home, large view lot, close to marina and boat launching/*.
Overlooking   famous   Lee   Bay   fishing   grounds.   $13,000   with
- $6,500 down.
Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with
$13,000 down.
._ FRANeiS-PEN+NStlt
2 side by side view lots of approx.   \V_ acres each. Only a few
hundred ft. from Mar[na. Each priced at $10,000—Terms.
With 103 ft. waterfront on over 1 acre at Garden Bay. Lots of
floats. Adjoining landscaped lot has 211 ft. waterfront on over
2   acres  and   is  available  with   the  house   for  a   total   price   of
290' Rorky Waterfront/deep moorage, priced at $16,000.00 cash.
350' waterfront. Famous Lee Bay, Pender Harbour. Best salmon
fishing area. Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P. $16,500 with
y_ cash. '
A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from
» ■ <»&,
Choice view lots on 64 lot subdivision.  Prices. from $4,500  to
$9,000. Some cleared ready for building.
Garden Bay—over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price
$26,000, with $13,000 down.
75 ft.  	
$16,500 90 If,
. $19,000 ' "'     780 ft;
275 It, .;j„; $26*000
CrotK front"lot; 2?,.pQ0 sqrttrof view lot, oil cluored. 120 ft, of
»tft*k«*oM hG.'bac'*^
Ina silos, f\f\ $7500 °r oHor*. Por moro Information call Jack
Madeira Park, B1C.
**"T*f"*1' ,**-i","'"r*'pw"**f
1,400   sq.   ft.   unfinished   bldg.,   60'x 12'' deluxe   mobile   home.
Landscaped, float and marine ways. Asking $53,000,
4 very good building lofs. Easy walking distance to school and
stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots ...
$6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.
2 BR furnished home on large view lot. Close to, marina, boat
launching and  famous Lee  Bay fishing  grounds.   $15,000 with
$7,500 down.
Comfortable 2 B.R. house,  fully furnished on extra large parklike lo( overlooking Garden Bay.Ldke, With 2477frontage. Priced
'    at $27,500'.   '/    ■'"-■.■■"'■■. y*..*i--.-'
'   ;      NEAR "NEW 2 BR HOME
On  approx!'% aqre'level "lot hear Madeira ■'"'Park." Has electric
heating, fireplace, storage and carport.. Full price $21,000.
Very comfortable 3 B,R, vlow homo on largo lot, Good gardening
—sollj""Close*to * marina* and .boat* Ia0nchlng,i$25,000<.wlth«.torms,-
At Earl Covo Forry Terminal,' the, best location on tire Sunshine
Coast, Proporty. business and equipment for sale, or would loaso
business ancl equipment,
Earl Covo—mar|na, ,motel or subdivision slto od|olnlng ferry
terminal. Approx. 51 acres wllh apprdx, 850 ft, waterfront,
1.300 ft. on Hwy, 10). Full_prlco $75,000 with $30,000 down. ,
sakiihawTake   ■•*
13.8 acres, nicely trecd„land,-with..approx, 35Q', Choice Water-**
■    * front.-Asklng $40,000,00. 2 *  ■      «•■
VIEW homFoTFT2*acres
Woll built partially furnished  1460 sq. ft,  2 B,R, homo,  with
basomont' and tho best of OYorylhlpfl, 2 full bathrooms, fireplace, -
hot water hoatlna, dogblo carport and pdtlo, Rovonuo possibilities from oldor bulldlnrja on, proporty,  $39,750  with  $15,000
 ,_,„„.,_ c|o>yn,. ,,,
view iSts^garden bay   ,
Vory lorgo porK-IIko lots ovorlooklnn Pondor Harbour. Prlcod from
Va acre—joi^instone road
Modolrn  Pork—Gonlly  nloplnp,  nlcoly  trend   lot,   -fa-BOO cash,
,__—,_.. _.! 4 - b. r, -vi Ew- HOME^rizzri'rr
Near Mfidolra Park, and on largo vlow lot,.Oil furnace, balcony,
Immodlnto possesion, $H,700,
,  Sovoral Jots availablo.
Many other vlow and waterfront lots In lho Pflnd'or Horbour aroq
im___M' Im Bm a •&":;'^^M marM' __wf' Wmm2 H *'H
 DAVIS BAY, _,:_,.
Two vlow lots, Tlioio lots aro nil sorvlcod nnd cloarod 'rflofJy to
build on, CKc«llflni duplox.slto.'F.P, $5,500 ooch.ppr,moro Information call Jock Andorson nl  fifl5.2Pb3 o( S|an Anderson
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Activities Regularly to The Tiijne»?
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BOATS & INQINIS (Coht.)    60ATS & iNdlNfS (doftr.)    LIVESTOCK
FOR sale - 27' Express Cruiser
Brandlmayr design, mahogany lapstrake. 275 HP CMirys-
-l.er mni.no V-fi rebuilt 1970.
(Jailer, ice nox, iiead, sounder, "
etc. A fast attractive boat. Ph.
886-7268. 9036-ai\
BLUE Lady-—24 ft. Artcraft
with full house type cover,
Command and lower control.
Olds V-8 with* Warner gear.
Head, tape deck, lots of equipment. Needs paint. $4,7Qp. Dry
stored at Madeira Marina,
Tender , Harbour. Phone 883-
2266. 8662-28
22' COMB. Trolling-pleasure
boat. 60 IIP Austin marine.
Just painted inside and out. B
Licence, fully equipped, newly wired, auto, pump, twin
batteries, ,8 track stereo. 2
hand gurdies, ideal for retired
person.   Phone   883-2561.
^ 9033-28
15M7  CHRIS  Craft, 'cathedril
hull, full top, $995. Madeira
Marina,   Pender   Harbour,   ph.
883-2266. 8663-28
AS    NEW    12'    ft.    fibreglass
boat.   Vory   stable   and   excellent   hull   design,   $200   Ph.
885-2122. 9030-30
12   FOOT  centre  board  sloop,
darrpn" sails,    stainless   rigging,  $300 or  offers.  Ph.   836-,
2&?.2.      * '8158-30
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1963  RAMBLER   Classic  4  dr.
sedan,   good   condition.   Offers.   Ph.  885-2198. 90.11-29
1965. CHEV   V-.   ton   Fleelside
■P.U.   Good   'condition   with
canopy. Phone 886-7147
: 9045-28
1970   NOVA   4   spd.   standard
350   cu\-  ins.    $2200.   Phone
cnlWt 112^83-3063 after 67
REGISTERED   34   Arab  Gelding.   Green,   broke,   4   year"
old.   Phone   88(5,-2051.. >   8762-29
-B-EAL—s-h-owy—\og.   QuWtciu^-
FOR SALE (ConHnued2
8 mm BROWNIE movie "camera  and   light  bar and  dual
automatic mnvip projector,
. i.evt in new Phon<* 885-9751.
 7 0019-28
POU SAU (Continued)
horse mare 14.3 \hds., dark
chestnut, 4 socks and blaize.
Perfect family horse, in foal
to Blackburn 3 Bars for 1973
foal $650.'•Will board 30 days
free. Brushwood Farm, Pratt
Rd.,   Gibsons.   Phone   88G-2160.
IP   IT'S   suits—it's   'Morgans.
R.15-9330, Sechelt.B.C.
VARTOTTR    si?o    wood-rrnmcd-
iHdAL Noticis (mm
Peninsula Times,. Wednesday,. June 7, 1972,
Page A**5\
—. 7m_,.t._.;^__t^_„_,.,r_t
after   6   pm,
CHICKS—Paymaster R. 1. Red
Cross, white Leghorns, white
Rocks. Order early, send for
prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-
64th Ave.. R.R. 7, Langley,
-aC.  534-6268: 7840-tfn
SING1ER      Sewing     Machine,
electric      portable.      Batten
hole   andN other   attachments.
$40.   Phone1*. 885-2045.     9020-28
FLOWERED lawn umbrella,
white table and cover, as
new, $50. Chrome bird cage
and ring stand, $12. Daiwa
spinning rod and Teel, never
used, (co--„t $32) bargain $20.
Phone,  885-9872. 9022-28
AYERS Mobile Home Park,
West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded
location, all services. Mason
Rd., West Sechelt next to
school. Ph. 885-2375."     9054-30
'72 SUZUKI 90 cc. Exc. cond.
3,1.00 miles.  Asking $375  or
best  offer.  Ph.  485-5741.
Residential - Commercial - Recreational
All types of real estate financing including builders
loans.  Fast appraisal service.
Phone 926-3256
BARREL    racing   and    roping.
clinic to  be held  2nd  week
of July.   For  information  call
886-9593. 8768-29
Canadian Company requires'
Men and Women for excellent
opportunity in Distributorship of high quality coin-operated vending machines. We
-^establish all routes. No selling. Excellent return for only
seven to-twelve hours weekly. To qualify must have car,
references, and $600.00 to
$1,700.00 cash. Investment
fully secured. For personal interview write including phone
Canadian Perma-Vend
1117   Tecumseh   Road,   E.,
WINDSOR 20,  Ontario,    .
Office 885-2235
From Vancouver Toll Free
ZEnith 2012
Those people who stop thinking stop living!
Think Sechelt Agencies Ltd. for your Real
Estate requirements.
In Secret Cove, out of view of neighbours. Modern summer cottage
ond guest cabin. All tide, private wharf $30/000.00. CALL JACK
WARN eves 886.2681.
3 bedroom beauty on private view water lot, facing Trail Islands.
This is a very excellent opportunity—fine permanent home at
most reasonable price of $29,500.00 with half cash. A-1   shape
in and out_ just move in. CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.
Half acre view "lot 100'x220' overlooking ocean at Davis Bay.
Situated at end of quiet street, nearly level. Nice choice of trees
but easy to clear. Only $6,200.00. CALL DON HADDEN
885-9504 eves. '       '
Canvas—Boat Hardware
Compressed air service
(1971) LTD.
Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons, B.C.
._ =-. :	
UNUSAL and one only books,
sale priced at News, Books
& stationery, Sechelt. Wisdom
of the West, $7.50; World of
Bees, $2.69; Fine Furniture &
Amateur Cabinet Maker, $5;
Collecting Guns, $7.95; Art of
Drying Plants and Flowers,
$2.75; .Model Aircraft, $5 35;
Art of Hand Lettering; Natural Dyes and Hrjme Dyeing';
Now in sto~-k Chariot of the
Gods and Gods From Outer
Space. Fine selection of children's, hobby, reference, cook,
gardening and Canadiana
books, in the Times Office on
Cowrie St." Phone 885-9654.
CALL   Ryan - at   886-2952   for
Alder cut to desired size.
•    ^ 8C&2-28
windows, some with casings',
one glass door plus two doors,
"ro'tl up Bamboo drapes.'Phone
886-7OT5. - 8144-28
ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.
Phone   885-2304   if   no -reply
phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn
■MVE bait tank., galvanised
pipe and wire. 6' \- 5' x 4'
with cover $25. Webster paint
prayer, M. HP ^notor, air
h.i.-'.e and mm. $7!i. Car, top
box 4' x 4' x 18" complete
with   new   bar   carriers,   $30..
--(Section   6)
Notice is hereby given that
an application will be made
to the Director df Vital Statistics for a change of name,
pursuant to the provisions of
lhe '-Change of Nayne Acl,"
by me:- Raymond Stuart Joe
of Sechelt, in the Province of
PATTERSON'S popular books
now in ^paperbacks.—Buffalo
Head $3.95: \Finlay's River
$3.95. Also at News Books &^
Stationery7 Sechelt — Grey
Owl's Tales of An Empty
Cabin; Men of the Last Frontier; Pilgrims of the Wild. If
ydu are looking for Canadr
iana — Children's Books —
Hobby Books '-- Gardening
Books — Cook Books — Reference- Books—Paperbacks, Try
. News Books & Stationery
(Times Office) Sechelt. Phone
885-9654. ■ 8770-28
3 BRITISH India rugs in ,pas-
lel green, carved borders
and floral borders. Excellent
condition, 10 x 14; 6 x 9;
3 x, 5. All matching, Phone
885-968*5. 9007-29
British  Columbia,  as follows:-'
To   change    my    name    from
Raymond  Stuart. Joe—to—Ray^-
mond   Stuart   Dixon.
Dated this 3rd xday of June,
A.D .1972.
9052-pub, June 7, 1972.
Gibsons .. Public Library
Building, on Winn Road,
across from Post Office as is,
where   is
(1) Building and rock gas
-    (2)   Building   *
(3) Heater   "
Terms: Cash, complete removal within, one month from
date of opening of bids, site
to be left clear -and tidy.
Bids to be opened June 20,
Highest or any bid not
necessarily   accepted.
Board   of   Gibsons   Public
thrifty yoodn
Tender and succulent, B.C.-grown chicken fs a food
favorite that grows in popularity each year. Fried, baked
or barbecued it makes a tempting meat course that's high
in protein yet low in calories and fat. When you compare
the cost, you'll find that chicken is one of your best meat
buys^ And when you see the B.b. label, you know you're
enjoying fresh, top quality chicken that's grown and
processed right here in British Columbia. For a collection of enticing recipes using B.C.-grown chicken, write:
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Say You Saw It In 'The Times'
PENSIONER,  batchelor  needs
accommodation,    please   ph.
885-2331   or  885-2320.    9051-28
14 INCH  diameter cedar  logs
wanted    lor    O.F.Y.    bench
building  -project.   Phone   885-
9444   or   886-74*18. 9042-28
FRIGIDAIRE fridge,  top condition. Phone 885-9735.
at    The    Times    Bookstore,
Sechelt—See the new Olympic
Estate of Edward Blaqk oka
Edwin J. Black, deceased;
late of R.R. No. 1, Davis Bay,
Sechelt, B.C.
Creditors and other having
claims against the said estate
are  hereby   required   to   send
Box 109, Gibsons, B.C7
Phone   886-7490.
June 171972.
8143-pub. June 7 and 14, 1972.
Electric-Adding Machine. Just   .them   duly-  verified,   to   the
$99.50. Limited number available. Ph. 885-9654.
IF VOU don't find it here . . .
come  to  the Auction. June
10,  Roberts   Creek Hall.
8671 28
MUST   SELL   25"  color  T.V.,
30" electric range, 40" electric range.  885-9684.    " 8751*28
DRY    Alder   wood    for    sale.
Ideal  for fireplace or stove,
prompt   delivery   Phone   8.8,6-
RUBBER stamps of all des-
• criptions may be obtained
at The Times. Phone 885-9654.
Quick service on all orders.
On" half acre handy to Gibsons, comfortable two bedroom home.
Large living room With ceramic tile fireplace, bright kitchen,
a/oil furnace. ALSO second two bedroom cottage for revenue.
F.P.  $35,000.00  terms. CALL C.  R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.
Beautiful view location, Home with 3 bedrooms situated to take
advantage of all privacy. Well off highway, close to the sea, Full
price   $40,000.00 -with   $20,000.00-down.  CALL   BOB  KENT
885-9461 eves or office 885-2235.
No one will know you are hero unless you lead them In, yet sea,
store and highway are just two minutes removed, 4 Ms acres with
cottage, garden and out buildings $15,000,00, 1/13 .down, CALL
JACK WARN eves 886-2681,     •	
FREE HOLD BEACH ' ' No, 2584
Best piece In Selma Park area, 2 bedroom homo, don, sunporch,
even a boat with sale, Try and match at $25,500,00. CALL
PETER SMITH 885-9463'eve's, "   •              '":"'""	
RETIREMENT HOME                          - No, 2503
Nicely finished retirement home at modest cost In Solma Park.
Has  fireplace  and  oil   furnace,  .Lease   $50:00  per year  until
DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.	
.GIBSONS^VIEWr-CENTRAL*^ ,....,...       . ,   ..,„.No, 2430
Attractive, woll malntalnqd homo, central location. Two bedrooms,
convenient kitchen- large paneled living room, sun deck, ample
storage space In basomqnt In addition to finished room with
grade ontranco, F.P, $21,000,QQ .terms. CALL C, R, GATHERCOLE 886-7015,        _■ __^
Highway location.'Entranco-way from back road, Largo lot situated
to take advantage of vlow. Phono, hydro and city wator available,
Full prlco only $5,950,00, CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 ovos or
office 885-2235, ■ ,,,„.,w,.„,,„(.l.„
THREE REVENUE COTTAGES __,   j i ,.    No, 2520
In Gowor Point Area with panoramic view, Good fishing, full sun.
=$25,090, CALL JACK WARN 886-2681.
VIEW & TREED LOTS ""'"'' " ""'.' '""■' N°.'s 2543,'2306, 2399,
Choice of 3 excellent lots In bast aroas closo to village From
$6,000,00 terms. Lot mo show those buys, ancl others CALL PETER
SMITH 885-9463 oves,        •-■*■>-  ■ --.■■■ ■
0_d_3 bedroom homo, value mostly In lho land, Excellent capfral
' mont of approximately $5,000,00, Full prlco $|0,?0p,00, CALL
BOP KENT 885-9461 ovor or olflco 88^23*",       	
GIBSONS FAMILY HOME ■*,     .    .' N°. 2559
, No hills,,,short,walk to,shopping contra and schook Spacious
family homo on 50'x268' lot $24,500,00 wllh tormB. CALL JACK
WARN 886-2681.,	
HALFMOON DAY, . ,   r   , No' 262566
.Forested lot, with, excellent .vlowpolnntlnl. Facing on paved road
With hydro' available. Just*' ri" short Walk' b/ food to very nice
beach and easy boat launch,. Lor »i«o. 10Q"k&04' doop. QmIoI
residential aroa with real country atmoiphoro, Full price only
$5500, CALL BOB KENT 085-9461  oves or office 885-2235,
Right'at tho famous qatoway ontranco |o Pondor Harbour'In tho
Madeira Park, aroa, Cammarclal J/PQ lot foraJuirprlcq pf only
$6,000,00, Torms $2,000 down, balance $90,00 a month at
'■ cfrSril I.«™I6. CALL BOB 'KENT BB3.9461 ever, oroffjw-
Year-old NHA split level with 4 bedrooms in Gibsons,
-first house^on Shaw Road, 1850 square -feet plus basement. Citation kitchen with nook*qnd dininng room,
large family room, utlity.and two baths, living room
with fireplace and fireplace in basement. Wall-to-wall
carpets and feature paneling throughout. Full price
$40^000: Phone 886-7468,
PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 1,
B.C., before the 12th day of
July, 1972, after which date,
the assets of the said Estate
will be distributed, having regard only to claims that have
been received.
8771-pub. May 31, June 7, 14,
21,   1972.
1257 Seymour St. Vancouver 2
Telex 04-508558 Ph. 681-4826
Telex 04-508558 Ph. 754-4491
WATERFRONT—Cabin  &   100'  deep moorage  in  Bargain  Bay.
Very nice view with sunny exposure. Asking $19,500.
WATERFRONT—--.Here's the nicest, lot, on Francis Peninsula. It's
absblutely level with no rocks, bluffs or building problems. See
our sign on lot 24 just over Canoe Pass bridge. -Excellent value
at $13,000.
LAKEFRONT ACREAGE—District Lot 39?3.—Has 12Q0' on Garden Bay Lake and 2000' on Mixal Lake. Owner'will cut In half
and sell separately at $l,QCI0rper acre;
On our 5 year
%i*I«R • s
Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipts are
like bank term deposits. But they pay more. For instance,
on a 5-year minimum'deposit of1 $500 you're guaranteed
8% interest paid semi-annually. Guaranteed.
29th MAY,  1972
Gibsons; ''gc™"*''^       "• W4W
Box 155, SecheltV"'        ,/      ,     Phoho ^.2235
Or Call toll Free, from the Greater' ya^oUver Arcq'l
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'^WER,'"POTNT:*',Onei6cre of SWF with 200 fC"6n"
Gower Point Roa.d and 217 ft: on Pillincj. Level, wooded, close to beach. Good Subdivision potential, only
QUALITY describes /.this brancl pey/ home on a cjulet	
street "in Gibsons, handy to all amenities. Architect
designed, many extra features in construction. There's
plenty of room, split level design provides big family
room in addition to living room with F.P. Four bedrooms) two bathrooms, utility room, unfin„rec7room
Willi F.P.' Must be saenfo be appreciated, arrange for'
a lour. 25 year NHA mtge. $165 p.l.t, for $17,000
In $40,000 F.P. Owner, could accept a second mtge. If
you cash is tied up.
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,2 ACRIHS for $4400, this Is reasonable fpr Chaster
Road, belpg close to the Ocean, having a real future;
j    ii ii 111        -    ■■   ■     *
 WATERFRONT, 50 ft; of prime commercial waterfront lot ready for doYolopment In tho heart of Gibsons
3 BEDROOM, HOME In Gibsons Hwy. 10l> close to
shopping^ schools, etc .and what a living room size ,
18x25 complete with,fireplace.and w/w carpets,,Soq ,
this at $20,000 F.P.
•■ CHASTER ROAD. 5 acros flat wooded land with road
-md6wn"*'ohQ-sldo"for futuro-developmentrTodays-price-
$8800 cash.       , , i     ■
HWY 101 1.68 acres on Volerons Road, all serviced,
nice flat area 1  mile from Gibsons.  F.P. $5950—,
offers?.on cash, ■   ■
VIEW ESTATE—1500 sq, ft, rancher as now. Has 2 bedrooms,
full high basement (roughed in), Hot water heat,* double plumbing, fireplace,• qttaqhed, double carport, sliding glass doors to
covered sundeck overlooking Malaspina Strait & Islands,
Quality furnishings qrc Included. Situated' on 12 view acres
with creek and 1300' highway frontage: Thrown in are 2
cabins plus a workshop with large inventory tools air-cooled
engines androther equipmehti-The ^
good terms!
SPECIAL FOR KIDS—Hero's a mighty nice/2 bedrbohn post &
beam home wlth-2 additional bedroornsln brjght basement. Lovely
view of Straits from living room, kltcr.cn and sundeck, The oil
furnace is almost now (so is the house), ar)d there's an acre of
lovely woods for tho youhgstors to explore., Belter have a look!'
Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2745
30— 59 days
6       %
60— 89 days
90—179 days
6.25. %
180—269 days
270—-364 days
6.50 %
1 year under 2
• . .    - - 6.50%
2 years under 3
3 years under 4
7 .   %
4 years under 5
5 years
8'    %
The Royal Trust Company,
555  Burrard Street, Attention Doug Evans
Vancouver 1, B.C.
Your corlificnlc will bo sent to you by return mnil
GOWER POINT, Largo Iots'100'x260', closo to ocoan
i£ciDd JaQ.wjsL^sashas.pl L so c/.lcc-^$.5150p,,
.„ ,, „, ,. ,_ ,,,.    «>a9»^'qfcc«l«j*J:       ,
'■"IfoMW'ar^'l*!^^, cottage on on<p. tho of hor Toddy
"for-sq|e--or development by -yourself rSe<? this to ap-
f«mlly-homOf RP^$26rl fiO
(1971)  LTD,
On tho Wharf • B86-9303
'Quality'"' HoMM anil Marine'
    ,Paint. ,,,.. ,, ,
K. A. Crosby,, 8^6-2098 - J,, Cwhlia 886-2935
"     • J„ ViBser 885-2300,    '
'       , * /i'i.', " * '
Choor'up your mornlnnV by making your kltchon broakfasMroa
more colorful, "suogosla tho Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association.
Point your tabloancl chairs lively "siiados of"rocl,"" blue. "b"foo'h7 yellow^or
oranpa, Put your personal stamp on your work by palntlna flowers or brlaht
of tho.clialra car) Jjo IncllYlcluQllxot"., RqnclblHo chairs In rod or whlto,
orcon chalrn In yellow, If you can't decide on a color nchomo, let each
mombor of tho family choose hln favorite, and paint oach clialr a dlfforont
colorl ' a
Your pro-schoolar may not bo old onouah to own Ills, own car, but
that'doesn't moan lhat ho Inn'l old enough to havo n^cunlomlwd vclilclo
o| hin 6wn, Wby hot try tliono Idoan from tha Canadian Paint ManufacturarB'
Awclatlon. Stoncll lllllo John or Jerry's namo on his wagon or Irlcyclo In
big/bold lattors, fill 'lrv.l|fo.»to"r.cllod linos wllh lho bright paint .colon lhat
apiToaftoa child, And while, yon',ro o| II. .why not add a few splashy flowers,
or animal pictures—anything \\)a. w)H tlcklo your loll
Q.W.G, Work Clothes
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' Your
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to lonro
Sunshine Coast
T7_v \   \  Pmder Hi-lites  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 7, 1972  \  ni-LLLCb 71   .  -by Cindy Hams    ^^^^0     POrK      HappehLligS  Starting out on the mile marathon  at Pender Harbour with the cheers  of spectators behind them are Junior  ���Starters  milers  Mark    Clay,   Lome  Newick,  Peter Duncan, Jim Cameron, Bruce  Gerrick,   Luke   Peters,   Brian  Reid  and Barry Dubois.  ��!  C*11  - ���.    I ^S>r^fiifii   9t_t_      i_.  JTcr  SPORTS'  ,RL'BY LAKE RELAY���Ruby  Lake Road-  Kelay for .he Gerick trophy was on  u-uin by Haida with victories in the Jun-  U)i- Girls,  Senior Girls, and Senior Boys.  SPORTS  DAY \  Wednesday, May 31, proved ideal for  o'ur Sports day this year with the wea-  ther being bright but not too hot. House  rivalry seemed * keener this year and  --t-his was further sharpened ,by somfe interesting individual matchups; Contests  ranged from track and field events to_-  obstaclij courses and tug-o-war. Teachers  enjoyed a change from their normal  duties while the presence of-^a crowd of  enthusiastic parents added to the atmosphere.  The tone was set initially by a parade  of riotous Nootka "cheerleader who* shall  be  nameless and the battle was* oh.  Haida got off to a flying start having  Judy Tait, Lome Newick, Kim Lawrence  and Gordon Kammerle placing first in the^  100. meters dashes. Meanwhile results in  field events*- were more balanced with  Nootka closing the gap on Haida. When  Nootka started to take their share of the  track, events things got really close and  k stayed that way 'til the end of the day  when the relays brought things to a  close. Here Nootka faltered again when  Haidas swept all four sections to extend  their lead. A late burst of Nootka power  in the tug-o-wars Was not enough to  take the lead. The final score saw Haida  victorious by 386-361.  In a day full of interest and all-round  effort eighteen records were broken as-  determined efforts pushed the winners  to their limit. While it is hard to pick  out a single highlight a terrific battle in  the Senior Boys 400 meters had the  whole crowd screaming as Jim Mercer  stumbled into a dead heat with Gordon  Kammerle.  Outstanding   in   their   sections     were  Judy Tait  (Gr. 9) with firsts in  100 rh,  200 m,  and  400 m,  and second  in high  ~ jump. Mike KammeYle"(Gr7"8rtcnrk-first-s  \  \  TRACK   and   Field;   The   Madeira   Park  track team Was quite successful winning the school district No.- 46 trophy^  during competitions held at Sechelt last  Friday" Well done, team! Our own sports  day will be held this Friday, June 9 with  siudents taking part in about 15 events.  A shuttle relay will be on Thursday,  June 8 and a hurdles run on June 13.  House Games: In the past two weeks^  there has beep a battle for first place  between House 3 and House 4. At the end  of this week's standing frouse '3 "is still  in the lead.      v  Field Trips: The grade 7's and the  grade 3's had a field trip last Monday  at the Forestry Station. Mr. Northrup and  his crew of men explained the job the  forestry does and how some of the  equipment works. Everyone enjoyed the  demonstration very much. v  School Activities: There are. some  chicks hatching in the inculiator in -the  grade 3-4 classroom. Madeira Park has  two new additions to the population at  school.  Nootka. v *  Obstacle: J.g. Sundi Bilcik i:22.5, ���Eva"  Dubois, Susan Sladey���J.b. Bert Fillion'  1.24.6, Gordon Newick. Eddie Kingston.  ���S.g. Lorraine Bilcik 1.17, June Crosby,  Cecile Girard.���S.b. Brian Munro 1.22,3,  Jim Mercer, Jim Cox.  Final points���Junior Girls,  Haida 77;  Nooka 82���Junior Beys, Haida 11; Nootka  89���Senior   Girls,   Haida   86;   Nootka72���  ' Senior Boys, Haida 102: Nootka 98.  Dimming  Ore June 2, senior students took advantage of the good weather by enjoying a  swim at Ruby Lake. We were accompanied by bus driver, Mr. Myers and teacher Mr. Tiernan. Next week the juniors  will have their turn.  Y-by Day's Hyatt  A_  9iiiifMijmmiMMjrMurii}rimMtiiff&  LORD Jit- S LODGE  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  \     Dining  Room Lounge  Heated Swimming Pool  Saunas,  Boat House  ^ R.R.  No.  1   Halfmoon  Bay, B.C. ^  ^        _   Secret Cove, Sechelt fe  �� 885-2232 '/��  yfMfitiJiiiiiiltiiitlMIUMtMtitHi*  JOLLY ROGf R  INN  AT  SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  *  Year Round Moorage  Available  R.R.   1  HALFMOON  BAY,  B.C.  Phone 885-9998  They're Off  Competition between the Nootkas and tors in the Senior mile marathon en-  the Haidas at Pender Harbour Sec- tered by John. Duncan, Rick Kobus,  ondary School helps propel competi-    Kirk Northrup; Brian Munro, Randy  Tait,  John Malcolm,  Lee  Christian  and Gerald Girard.  ���*��� Close   Finish  ���Looking'-fresh- enough to -tackle an- a time of 6 min, 1 sec, in the Senior   or exciting.track ovonts .on Wodnes-  othor mile, John Malcolm breaks the    Boys marathon at Pender's full day    day of lasl week,  tape just ahead of Kirk Northrup in .  in 200 m, high jump, and javelin. Kim  Lawrence and Lorraine Bilcik shared  honors in Senior Girls with three firsts  apiece while John Malcolm took firsts  in four Senior Boys events.  RESULTS OF EVENTS  .100 meters: J.g. Judy Tait 13.3, Susan  Rae, Donelda Hyatt.  100   meters:  J.b.  Lome   Newick   12.7,   .  Harry  Kammerle,  Roger  Northrup.���S.g.  Kim Lawrence 14.4, Cecile Girard, Cathy  Davie.���S.b. Gordon Kammerle 12.2, Jim  Mercer,  Steve  Dimopolus.  Shot put: J.g. . Rosemary Malcolm  27'6", Cathy Brown, Susan Rae.���J.b.  Alfred Lajlar 42'3", Pat Davie, Cliff  Silvey.���S.g. Cindy Harris 29', Roxanna  Dubois, Joanne Daeley.���S.b. John Malcolm 31'9", Jerry Mercer, Steve Dimopolus.  High jump: j.g. Brenda Fillion 4'2",  Judy Tait, Maureen Cameron.���J.b. Mike  Kammerle 5'2" (new record), Eddie Kingston, Mark Clay.���S.g. June Crosby 4'9"  (new record), Lorraine Bilcik, Lynn Rae.  ��� S.b. Jim Cox 5'6" (new record), Gordon  Kammerle, Kirk Northrup.  200 meter: J.g. Judy Tait 29.5 (new  iecord), Susan Rae, Mary Cameron*���J.b.  Mike Kammerle 27.1 (new record), Harry  Kammerle and Doug Barsleau.x, Brian  Reid.���S.g. Lorraine "Bilcik 29.9, Joanne  Kingston, Joanne Daly���S.b. Gordon  Kammerle 25,7 (new record), Jlobert Nelson, Mark Clay.  Discuss: J.g. Eva Dubois 69'4", Rosemary Malcolm, Ann . Creighton,���J.b, .  James Northrup 74'9Ms", Martin Anderson, Qliff Silvey.���S.g. Roxanna Dubois  79'10", Cindy Harris, Janet Kelly.���S.b,  John Malcolm 79*2", Lee Christian, David  West. '���"���"   Broad   jump:    J.g,   Susanne     Girard  13'4",   Valerie Reid,. Maureen .Cameron,.  ���J..B,  Doug"'Crosby   16'4",  Harry  Kammerle, Doug Barsleaux,���S.g. Kim "Law-  .icnco^3ieV-GindyJ-Jaws,^QWinQ^On_iL_  ston.���S.b. Steve Dimopolus 1G'3", Brian'  Munro and Jerry Morcer, Gerald Girard.  (300 meters: J.g.  Brenda Fillion  2.53,  Sundl .Bilcik,     Eva   Dubois.���J.b,   Doug  Bttrslqau}^  Kobuti,���S.g, Chevy 1 Dubois 3.10,5, Janet  Kelly,  DaYhcll Gorlck,-*S.b.  John Mal-  * colm*-'-2..40.-7_ Mark Clayj Joey Rousseau;*  Hurdles: J.g, Sunan Rao 14.2, Sundl  Bilcik, Muureon ��� Cameron.���J.b. Doug  Barsleaux 1(3,9, Bert Fillion, John Duncan,  S.g, Lorraine Bilcik 18.fi (now record),  ��� Juno Crosbyi��� Kim Lawrence,���s,b, Stovq  ��� Dimopolus 15,fl (now record), Kirk North-  ���>x'lip, Mark Clay.'"'      '  ���1(300 motor��! J.b, Potor Duncan "),''(>,''.  ,Mark,lrt,Cl��y,. Barry   Dubois,���S.b.    John  Malcolm... 0,01,    Kirk ' Northrup,    Brian.  Munro,  JavQ*)li,v.--'J'.b,"'MU;<V Knmmorlo 03' Ii"  (H), Doug Bai'Hlaaux, Alfred Lajlar, ���- S,  ' b,' JimTMcrcor HO' 3", Jim Cops, jStovQ  Dimopolus,  Ball throw! J,.,'. Valorlo Mod' 117' 10"  ' (Ii),* ttoflomaiy Malcolm,   Woncly   Cum-  minus,���S.K., .loiuino Kingston 142', Cathy  Dftvlo, Itoxanna Dubois,  400��mQtorfl(W?Kr-Judy**aPnH*(li)r7r*Rv(V"  Dubois, Sua MuCrincllo,���J,b, Harry Kam-  * moi'lo (R), Barry Dubois, Martin Andorson,���S,��,, Kim LuwronoQ Ul.fi (It), Lynn  Rao, Dlariu Lob,���S,b, GtircUm ' Kammoi'lo  mul.Um Mor'cor "57,0 (H), Jim Pox,"Brlnn  Munro,  Holayi J.K, Haida (II) 00.4���J.b. Haida  ���.(Il) niJ,fl-.S.fl..Haida (11)^10.3��� S.b, Haida  ' Tult'O-Wiu'!' Juiilorii, Nootka���Seniors,  * ������^^,sa.a,.;,s.a;. , :���. w*jj :~:��i,i"  ��MMm��MM��ltMMVMM��IIWWWMW>W'W��m��"����MV4lMMW<MMWMW..  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At the end of the  urned  to  Carberry, but  later  Winnipeg where he worked for  j.rivingNat  the  west>coast in  met and married Janet (Nettie)  and they settled in Vancouver  worked for Crone's Moving and  npany and as a longshoremati  ^aar rMfla  *"*f"��"*"f.j"��j*j"^^  tiM'inXttfiBttiilMfciiiSli'iiifiililll -it.- ___7^.     ' i  HeiyOrtUs  for Expert.  draws lahje attendance  SATURDAY was "a very happy and en-  - joyable Tray in" the lndiah"Village nail  where the Sechielt Homemakers Club  held its popular annual bazaar and raffle.  There was a record" attendance of visitors  and the large' number of Homemakers  and helpers on hand to give assistance  ensured'a successful day.  .Kornemaker? would like to extend  thanks to' all the ladies who donated  their time and worked So haTd to make  the baraar possible. ���*   Junior Boys  takitfg the first, hurdle* in their stride Kobus. Doug also sprinted 800 in in  at Pender are Doug Barsaloux who a time of 2 min 404 sees. Hurdle  came-first; Burt Filion, second; hid- racing is one of Pender High'sitiec-  den./is John Duncan 3rd* and Ptick    ialties.        7     7 -;:,  ���Fishi  no aroun  d  ISjitJi outstanding athletes at Pender,  ���Corraine Bilcik calculates her timing'as she clears the first hurdle,  Senior Girls  closely followed   by June  Crosby.  Lorraihe came first' iti" tthe strenuous  even1! with,a .timeibf'13.5, sees.  ���by Don Radcliffe  WEATHER getting warmer,  fishing  getting, hotter, what more could a sportsman wish for. A report  this  week  from  Egmont  where  springs    and-^iuebacks  v_$y_ being taken but bluebacks dropped  off  at  the  weekend.   Still   some   springs  around at  last report.  -   Mr.  Phillips  of  Secret   Cove' took   17  and  20   lb  springs  off   Epsom   Point   on  live  herring,  trolled  with  flasher  and  4  oz. weight on Thursday night.  Dr.   Thompson   also   of   Secret   Cove  ���took two fish, 18 and 20 lbs, also trolling  live   herring   and   the   same   weight,   at  Epsom Point. In close to tlie shore, just  before sundown.  Mr. Wally Guenther. a guest at Lord  Jim's Lodge,  hooked and  landed  a 22 lb  .spring using a light pink bucktail, .trolled......  with   a   flasher   and   12   oz.   weight   off  Bjerre Shoal; on  Saturday  afternoon. He  . also took a couple of  bluebacks.  There  haven't   been  too  many  people  out fishing so  I-hepe-4-hat���these reports  are   an   indication   that   the   springs   are  ^���moving   in.   Last  week   we   saw   lots  of  blueback   jumping   but    not   hitting   too  well.  Mr. and Mrs. Max Shnier and family  pf Vancouver were visitors at  the Jolly  Koger   over   the   holiday   weekend   with.  * friends, Mr. and Mrs.  George  Hall,  also  of Vancouver. Fishing was slow but they  7 took  two   nice   bluebacks   and   lost   two  goo,d   sized   springs   off   Epsom,   trolling  with live herring. They enjoyed their stay  and   the   fishing   .very   much   and   have  made   arrangements   for   a   return   visit  ^in the very near future.  Peggy Conrior Of Halfmoon Bay caught :  an  8  lb spring oft' Epsom  while  fishing  with   husbanci  Cliff.   Good   show  Peggy.  Dr. and Mrs. W. E.  Warwick of Port  Coquitlam,   trying   out   their   new   boat,/  went fishing off Bjerre Shoal, Mrs. Wur-  wic'k   whose   first   time   fishing   brought,  her a 2.  lb spring, dressed that is. She  was,,I am told, using a pearly   .\k Topi  Mack;.   ...'���.,.* ,-  Them" Ihnve also boon reports of  springs tnkon in NorWest Bny, Bargain  Harbour, in fact all lhe way from Gibsons to Ponder but '1 havo, as yot, no  details as tO'size,* c|iian1Hy or ,who caught  (hem,  1 mentioned two weeks ago that you  shoo Id *''"ii-v'"'-yft"ii'*A''coiV;-B'nT'forf1 'it'" 'l)iiy,'"go.)cl  equipinonl, Today 1 saw two reels, ono  a name brund, tho other an Imitation  of the same,' 'and"'"'bo'tIV aro  triada  fr'oiiv  ilia waterfront for several years.  Moving to the Peninsula in 1946, he  bought from Roy Hut ton the trucking  franchise and a .single freight truck. He  acquired-a second truck and began the  development of the flourishing business  of Hansen's Transfer, in partnership with  his son Niels. Hansen's /Transfer was sold  in 1962 and Louie Hansen settled down  o retirement. Following the death of his  wife Nettie, he mauled Mrs. Madge Hol-  royd  in  February   1964. _  Always deeply interested in the community in which he lived, Louie's wide  experience and his shrewd good . sense  and sound judgment were of inestimable  ���value lo the various organizations to  which he belonged. To all of them he  !*ave of/himself and his time unsparingly.  He was the first treasurer of ttfeP Vancouver qnd Dislrict Danish Credit Union;  lie was a director of-the Danish Senior  Citizens' homes in Burnaby and an active  member of .the Knights of Pythias. For  his devoted service to Branch 140 Canadian Legion (Sechelt) he was awarded  the Legion Meritorious Medal. He served  two terms on the Sechelt Village Council under the chairmanship of Tfylrs.  Christine Johnston and was a member  of Lodge No. 76 Odd Fellows. He was one  of the first directors appointed to the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society and served on the Board for six  years. " ""  -���His passing leaves a gap in the life  of Sechelt which it will indeed be difficult   to  fill.  The lovely afghan was won by Ina  Thornton, Box 69, Sechelt. Winner of  the second prize which was a man's In-__  dian sweater is Mrs. C. Sheridan "of  Seclielt and the very happy winner of the  beautiful hand-painted tray is Mrs. Mary  Tinkley of Halfmoon Bay.  After a  brief respite it  will be back,  to   work   for   the   busy   Homemakers^  as  they start making some very lovely surprises  for their  next  annual bazaar.  There  are   more  than  half   a   million  retarded  people  in  Canada today.  Stones 8.  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  It's leap Year  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2421  wwyww  THEY woild legalize scabs with Bill 88  We believe workers deserve fob  security.   Let   me   know   what  IM! Bi^Cpif (I? PARTY  For ^formation call  886-7118 or 486-7493  This Is a $3,50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10/000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  -reaeh more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   qrea.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  ANDY VAMDEftHORN  announces lie has opened shop  ready to do all automotive repairs  LOCATION  SHAW ROAD  Phone 886-7611  - -.���- -9mmmmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmMnrmnmm_wwrmmmmmmmm_wmmmmmmmmm_\  vuMitmmwrmvmmurA   *_ ��*> r tyf,.-i**'?i'*&.\ '���  '^Vrr***-���***;*^ /H.h^r.t^  the (snme mould, luivo the same, materials In the drag and rntohel 7syslem,  t,he cheaper ,one has u double handle  and the other n single,  Thti'innly^plfm  drag .sotting adjustment, The other very  apparent,^IIITc.i'oneo.Ih,lho.price, One to-.  tHllfl for $7.0", lho other I'or $27,015.' Now  1 tun Hiiro thiii, lho llitltv sorow typo nil-  Junior Isn't worth pA), Both look exactly  alike, ho don't ho fooled Into buying th'o  ospenfilvn one. All, you nrp bilyJng Ih ii  nunuv whloh  liiW boon  pnt on it \h.._'  proc.lunorl pi'DcHUM, whofuv ohonpor niocfol  IooKh to ho ovory .hll uh olTlolonl unci Ih  connldonihly   chonpor,   Omul   hick,   Cloud  fishinnl; ���,-���-���>'' ,   , - ,  Junior Girls  Easily clearing tho lost hurdle In   ln exciting (lay of events at Pen-  tho junor girls'  event, Susan ftae, dor High School,  adds'more pol^s to her house total        ��� v-    ���    '��� -       *        -  ;i_  PIONEER  ^"i P ^ W^ m w W     *mF t"W WW im  Sales - Soryico & Accessories  Axes pncl Handles. Wedges  and Cans and  ...���rPieNEER-eH Al h-saws*-^-  Sechelt Home Service  885-2913  Box, 63ft  ���    ; ��� (     Sechelt, BiCV  TjC-  i irj- ��!��*.���,�� rt|/*i.K(lw,  3umB��L  - %n  JWrtiMlt-llfW^Wfcrr.'^^ Q .   i____��l|^__ft____kS^  OR WriATWBH  let  enwW  *bm7m>?mmm*m  \%m\w%\m\  u^j��L'0tf&*iu - ruj�����w i(,u���x- *.4��+,uj*�� ImU..*  t*<r*4 ki -* *���*�����>������ *f -*�������1'  mssssm.  UlTZj^JJir4U4.X2ZZ  ffl^��*(��^S'*'*J'rt''J��H' [*�����'���  */&i!<MIWtto4ty<te&WWWZ&^^ \ ���*��*i��*jn��i*(>#ite*n(  ep S  IC:...AT'  i^|j^r^��w��>��^fii^liiiW)W''>^*^t*^  |#  SECHELT  T  WWll��*��>10WB(*��vSWI  VTT  , it ,l\  X  _  \  \  \.  \  X  t Legion Hall . .  ���" __��  lechelt Guides & Rrowfliei  successful Tea and 'bazaar  quite another as these    youngsters    of building a campfire on the beach,  Consultation  Learning about hrow it is done, is one    discover, so they enlisted the aid of are from left:  Jennifer Blake, Gib-  .thing,   putting'it  into    practice  is    a Guider and pondering the problem sons;   Caral Gilham,  Tari Christie,  _..:^_ ���*u~~  ���., u     ���x�����,��,,+���������    ���_ u,,;irii^rT ��� no,mnfirfl ��� tt.fl hoo^h irma   Girard,   Guider   Gloria  Tilla-  paugh and Donna Ruth, all from  Powell River; Lynn Eberle, Sechelt;  Bridget Hanna, P, River and Deanna Bob from Gibsons.  MORE    ABOUT...  ��� Provincial restrictions  ���from  page   A-l  of education'in the district/Boards will  have to address themselves and become  conversant with academic affairs. In. all  these years we have not found an adequate means of con:muni cation between  BCSTA executive and School Boards, but  we will have greater resource people  available and greater liason in the future". <*  CONTRACT  PERFORMANCE  Reference was also made to contract  performance introduced in the United  States. Mr. Reder said that in the U.S.A.  there are now 278 corporations competing  for contracts with school boards. Under  C.P. an organizations will guarantee to  attain a certain standard of education  over a stated period in a school. A per  student fee is charged and no fee is  charged for students who do not attain  the stipulated standard. The fee has been  in the region of $800 per student per  annum.  Under this scheme, the company  brings in its own teachers. In some cases  it has been successful. Mr. Reder said  that there is a better method by applying  an internal form of contract performance.  District  superintendent   R.  R.   Hanna  _^���. -_ - ~���,       ���,���_ ,     _     reminded   Mr.   Reder   that     the   Public  *. , "_ . .       . Schools  Act   sets   up   the   Board   us   the  Preparation employer   and   the   teacher   as   the  em-  Thanks to the Venturers, Guides at    evident in the 'happy smiles of Valma    ployee. He asked what BCSTA had done-  the   recent  weekend   rally   did  not    Schugham, Lynne Wheeler and Che-    to gat. differentiated staff appointments  have the chore of chopping wood for    ryj Stromquist as they gather alder-    in schools and what had been done to  -���--���- - change    certification    qualifications.   He '  said that experiments in Peace River  went down the drain due to lack of  finance.  "TiV'reply Mr. Reder said very little  had been done but there is evidence coming forward of the success of differentiated staffing.  Differentiated' stuffing would require  a change in policy and would result in the  school, system being operated by.,a master,,.,  toucher, two established teachers anil  about half, a dozen pura-profcnsionals,  this, would cost less than,., five or-six PBk  auKCEAs.  !_������,___._._!  Mr. Reder sulci this had boon discussed  with the B.C, Touchers' Federation but ut  tho present lime thoy arc fully occupied  wllh.Jh.ijiii.^  Credit Government, "Wo cannot, talk  with them Just now", Mr, Roclor staled,  Hol'orrlng    to  leuchcr    training,-��� Mr.���  ltoclor nukl what Ih being, offered In H'72  wuh offered in l')<l'(l and louchun*. aro not'  juliig trained for today. Ho uIho reforrod  to the dll'feronl curriculum roquiromonlH  in pastoral iu'ouh, ,  The .concerns' of city, fjehdol boards  aro ali-io qtilto 'different to'lho concernii  of non-city Hchool boards ancl often rono-  J u I ItJiijtii'CKti i\tcd, loy, cl ty^, lioiu'da, iu-q ��� yotccl  ' out by rural boardHboouuHQ* tho roqu'lro-  inonlH aro not tho mime,  " Tho Hohoollkmrcl mooting, between JVlr.  Friink liodor, oxccullvo Hoeroluvy, and  Mr, Jituk Plnclor, executive "'member, of  i,BCSTA .unci local triiHtooH look place ln  lho School Board office" on May UfHh.  TABLES^ the Sechelt Legion.Hall_wer.e__  piled high with interesting items to  buy," cushions, white elephant, homemade bake goods, sewing, candles, a good  luck tree���all spread out for the Sechelt  Girl Guides and Brownies' tea and  bazaar. ,   ���  Decorations for the tea tables were  lovely little dishes filled with moss, holding delicate flowers, like small garden  in the forest.. These clever arrangements  were done by Mrs. Lola Caldwell and  Mrs.   Doreen   Mullens.  Two o'clock the tea- 'was officially,  opened by Guider Mrs. .Donalda Sigouin,  Safe Motoring  CANADA* Safety  Council  has  called  for  the establishment of mandatory vehicle inspection across Canada.  "About 60 pei* cent of motor vehicles  are rejected on their first inspection���  proving beyond a doubt that trie majority of motorists simply do not maintain  their  cars  properly.  "More important, 10 per cent of accidents are the direct result of. mechanical  malfunctions, most of which can be traced  to lack of proper maintenance.  "And accidents result in property  damage, injury���and sometimes death."  Four provinces have a mandatory vehicle inspection system���Nova Scotia,  New Brunswick? Prince Edward Island  and British Columbia. Ontario has compulsory inspection of used cars being  sold and Quebec has introduced a voluntary inspection system^ as well as a compulsory one if the car owner is requested  by -a policeman to have his car inspected.  Manitoba has a pilot project in operation.  welcomed by Mrs. Harriet Newton, commissioner and llrs. Charlotte Jackson  kindly filled in for Mrs. Lori Bryson  convenor who after planning for this  event had to miss it as her son came  down with the mumps.  The Girl Guides looked very smart  in their bliie uniforms as they - served  tea and coffee to the many guests attending..  Black plastic . bags of old . fashioned  hay" burner fertilizer were a real bargain  at the plant sale stall���Wilson Creek's  department!  Door prize winners were ladies: Mrs.  Edmonds travelling clock; Pam Watson,  a  game7 Mrs.  E7 Espenberg.   a  game.  Guide Starr Manton and Brownie  Mary Connor were pleased to take the  flower arYangements from the tables up  to St. Mary's Hospital for the extended  care unit.  A meeting was held May 31st at the  home of Mrs. Paula Gibbon to finalize  preparations for the tea. The last L.A.  meeting until the fall will be held at Mrs.,  Harriet Newton's on Wednesday, June  ,7th at 8 p.m.  ?a$e A^8 The Peninsula Tintes  Wednesday, June 7, 1972  Blake C. Alderson  D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR    /  Post Office Building Seclw.lt  Phone 885-2333    X  t  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  Sechelt Legion   Branch   140  Legion  Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO  GO  V  $10 DOOR PRIZE  the campfires and their pleasure is    wood.  ^ r *"      *"  "The accidents prevented-when these  systems are -introduced are more than  enough justification for the expenses  involved,"  Mr.  Farmer said.   *  In Prince Edward Island, traffic accidents dropped by 12 per cent in the two...  years after introduction of compulsory  motor vehicle inspection. In Nova Scotia,  where traffic accidents had increased 9.52  umn shimmy at high or low speeds; rear  wheel locking on light application of  brakes; poor roadability (requiring constant steering to keep on road); excessive noise or whistling in the exhaust  system; unusual odors inside the car and  inoperative directional signals,  per cent, in the six years before compulsory inspections were introduced, accidents decreased 19.05 per cent in the  three years following the introduction. In  New Brunswick, where accidents were  gradually increasing, the introduction of  compulsory inspections resulted in an  ti.70 per cent drop in two years.  Mr. Farmer- 'made his statement in  introducing the Canada Safety Council's  .spring,.motor vehicle safety campaign.  the. Council co-operates witlv an increasing number of garages across the  country, providing a check list which  can be filled out by a mechanic and  which will give a driver a good idea of  the  condition of his  car.  . The Qouril'll" also has a 10-point diagnosis that can be carried out by any  motorist. I,t helps detect dangers mechanical faults, each of whiclifcah cause  fatal or injurious crashes \lsfci. unattended. These include; brake'(pedal sinking to the floor under light pressure;  car pulling constantly to one side when  stopping; excessive play in the steering;   caiv-vibrations at, 50.05-mph;* steering col-  CHICKEN  Whole Fryers, per Ib. .  ACON  Smoked. Per Ib.  CMC HAMS  Per Ib.  Per Ib.  iri   ir   ^k  rapefruit  Pink   -  WATERMEL  APES  FRESH DAILY /  PPOIWC&  i$po  .....  The JiV._... Pulp mill..in Canada  was  JflUULJiUi864 at Windsor Mills, Quebec.  IDB OPENS  ������ northJ^ancouver _ ....  OFFICE  _______mt_ "^ '�� 5h&Jw?  Pprlette, green ..���.". , *. "...J.  Ib.  . i"   Ll'"1   ' ' '   i        7_ L    I'      ' " I   ' ' "'i ' '  ORANGES  "H"  $100  Curiosity  Curiosity  Rot tho bailor of Guidos  RonuVoiUinol and TIunuriKn do Wioh   [  ptPowoll Klvoiv*who couldn't.resist  Kt)olii|* wluil wu.sln llio pi'Orproptti'otl  dlniw.H,,,.ttllH,,iH.^  rouKtlng on tho fli-ito at tho Guldo  Holly. vSoon to ho onjoyod woro lho  limTiburger. onions' antl chips;  NOTICE  Sprinkling Restrictions Effective Immediately  Effective immediately sprinkling restrictions are imposed on all  users from tho Municipal water systom as*"'f-olloyvs  ^"h,.., 4 m..*. **��  CI  MARINEWAYS  ^OAl-S-TO-SO'-  MEriCURY  ;0utbo^i*MW|e^  T~-'WIERCrCRUISER*  Sales ana Sorvlco  ,  i  \   2 'Mechanics Onx Dirty  ; Monday to1 -Saturday  Madeira Park, 0.C.  "   r   883.2248    ,  i*>Jfc��wAim  1. ODD ^UMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and NORTH,  SHAW and PRATT ROADS, may sprlnMq oni  odd calendar dates from   "������"���������7-p.nVto"-10 p,m/"' ' h; "-;   2iKVKN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, HENRY  ROAD, REID.ROAP, and SECHELT HIGHWAY, may ��prinkla  ���^_ip=r-���t, : r M -���1 -������  oyen calendar datca from  ���   7 p.nii lo 10 p.m.  DINNER ROLLS  12's  ��"**!i*1| Win ****>+'*** _V> ���P(t.ml.��lii)iwj|.:C ������J'1 .�����** Wet'-fp .\ (V.'t *!  39(  MARGARINE Parkny  STRAWBERRY JAM Nob0b  14 ox.'  Cut Green or Wax Beans Domonto  "P5#%VlTllSJ>     Sllcad  or  Halves   ,  LEMON JUICE Rca,cmon'  25 ox,  Llbby,  ^��wr��ffBi��>i��(M��a*!'W^*p  w��tfW#***>wn*mi^M^���� i_**Mif ^n��*��y.  kLL.SPIUNKLERS��MUST��liE^TURNED.OIH��II^ANY  -T~F|RE SIREN"IS' SOUNDED  . 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JUNE 8, 9/ 10  SECHELT SUPER MARKET  Phono 00B-9416  mmmm  r>^h^��<MWrt��������W��tlB^MWiiH<WW��twWi^;OTi^^  ���ir  t*W4n4MC��HtM��<>u*W����A��wscHM��r^siB  hmrMWM^nwrtMi  ���Mi^MftfmgwMMmwHwi  H��t**Wn!^*m*iaWi'W'��Wii  i  **fitMi*4i>��w������m(��i4  6M��iy*.OrtiWmMBsiyi  ir��MtwMWipwiwMi*��#ji>Kl1,IWii'WH*!li  m^mnm^  i>tmm^mm(^fmm*m  r i  .      ;  mm'^4* ������",������ ^(ti^i^jfeSSfpig.: J  .7'  \  Section B  NINSUL  Wednesday/ June 7, 1972  ,.V63 t^.7.ina Jian  ~ *J 4   Aest x'pt ri  Vun 6*0 u ver  ^���"aphic  Industr-Ji  A ���/ e. . *-  T  Pogeg  1-8  \  \  service  '- - \ ���'  & r  Sixty years . ; .  ��  Congratulatory telegrarhs  honour wedding anniversary  New items at Miss Bee's Card, and;  Gift Shop���Drop in���Wharf Road,. Sechelt.. . ,  ��� ���;��� ��� j��_ -  Around The Harbour  ���by Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  IT WAS a busy week for-fire crews in  Pender Harbour. Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fife Department' was called'"'  out to the Indian Islands Marina Wednesday when a fire broke out about  8:1-5 p.m. The blaze, which completely  gutted the store, is thought to have been  started by an electrical short. Damage  was estimated at $15,000 of stock and  personal goods. Firemen fought to contain the fire for close to three hours and  .managed to keep it from spreading to  the tanks above the store. Help also arrived from boats in the vicinity.  Thursday about 8:15' p.po.', 'a small  bush fire broke out across from the  graveyard on Warnock Road. Firemen  had that blaze out in 15 minutes.  Two separate bush fires in close prpx-  imity broke out late Saturday afternnnn,  be inclined to enjoy water if parents are  considering lessons for them. Classes will  'Be'"ri'eld both' at "Canoe" "Pass "ori' Francis  Peninsula Road and by Elliott's Road in  Garden Bay. A combination of both morning* and afternoon sessions Monday,  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for  four weeks were held last year and it is  thought the same might be done again  this year.    .' ..'  Teacher, Colleen Myren. from Langley has her instructors certificate and  many medals to her credit. During the  winter months, she teaches at the YWCA.  Her assistant will be Valerie^ Reid who  has her Senior Red Cross. Fees are $5.00  for the first child and $2.00 for each  additional child.  Parents will be notified of specific  times  and class. arrangements--when_ ap-v  CELEBRATING   their   sixtieth   wedding    anWersar-y- on-May-17-th,-J9!Z2_ MarieT.  ^4>^d-Duncan-N-ichalson-ol-Rifhmorid were  guests of honour at a celebration held  at the home' of their daughter and son-  in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Johnny Prost . of  Porpoise Bay.  Twenty-four guests attended, the hap-  py event where Mr. Armen Petzriik, "master 6f ceremonies gave the toast and read  the many telegrams received from Mr.  arid Mrs. Nicholson's daughter, Mrs. May  Howe, of Gait, Ont.; Hon. Isabel Dawson;  Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau  and Her Majesty The Queen.  A letter * of congratulation and two  gold pins were received from Mayor J.  Juba of Winnipeg, Manitoba where 'Mr.  and Mrs. Nicholson met and married and  Fire   Ravaged  Fire which destroyed the Indian Is-^  lands Marina on the Francis Peninsula resulted in the loss of stock and  personal items   valued   at about  .,$.!5,QQ.Q., ..Fire   broke   out somewhere,    raised   their  Jive, .daughters and three horseshoes.; was topped with a, beautiful,  J.  Nicholson.  Many long, distance .telephone calls  were received fi;om relatives unable to  attend. The blessing sent on tape" was  prepared by Mr. and. Mrs. Nicholson's  youngest son who is a Minister in Jordan,  Ont.  beautiful gifts received were presented" tothe "honoured ~ "couple" by "'theiir  eidest great grandsons, Ricky, Eddy ahd  Tony-Michael Prost. A' fir-tree decorated  with cards of congratulation and gifts of  money was presented by. Mr. and Mrs.  Nicholson's son Bill.  Decorations for**the happy celebration  included beautiful spring flower arrangements by Mrs. Olga Prost and white  streamers and bells. The three-tiered  cake decorated with pink roses and silver  \  I Open  for demonstration of  | MULCHING TECHNIQUES  ___�� __JLL a.m. to 4 p.m.      -�� . .                *_  ��� Saturday, June 10th  v| Sunshine Coast Highway,  jj Roberts Creek.  m  { FREE ADVISORY SERVICE  ��� ...  ! Phone 886-2592  around 8 pm last Wednesday, May  31st. Operators^Mr. and Mrs. H. McKitrick have plans for a condominium complex at the marina and, it  is understood, might include a delicatessen in place of the store.  sons. Premier and Mrs. W. A. C. Bennett  also sent a letter of congratulation. Mayor Ben Lang and Mrs. Louise Lang of  Sechelt sent a yery beautiful anniversary  card and a letter. Also to be treasured  is the congratulation certificate from the  Lt. Governor of British  Columbia,  Hon.  Course set  Royal Canadian Legion  biggest yet convention  just off Francis Peninsula Road, up from plications are sorted, oyt. Applications are  Desbians store. One of the fires started .,r��eing sent home from school, for other  about 6:15 p.m.;  the other shortly  after '- children in the family who are interest  ed,   names,   ages  and  experience  should  be placed on the back side of the appli-  ...catipn.^.,....,..,,,,,.,^,.,.^^   Adults also are being encouraged to  learn to swim or increase their experience at swimming. Water safety and  life saving theory will be taught if  enough interest is shown. Fees for adults  will be announced later. It is hoped there  Twill" be" a ''','lbodrres_phs'e''''ir6m adults.  Many people are going out fishing in  boats without, any knowledge-o��-SAyim���  ming or water safety.  Further information and applications  may be obtained from Mrs. Wilma Thompson, Garden Bay, phone 883-2445. Fees  must be mailed with the application before classes begin. Mail your applications  as soon as possible to Mrs. Wilma Thompson, Box 48, Garden Bay.  .'-.���.���������'S'fe''?"  r^iW yy  the first was being extinguished.  COMMUNITY   CLUB  cWimamity Club Shuffleboai-d and  billiard table have been kept busy with  as many as 29 teenagers, both boys and  girls, showing up in one evehing for the  activities. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday have been set aside for the teenagers -and sinceino enthusiasm has been;_���  shown from adults, the young adults  have been keeping it busy on Thursday  and Friday nights as well. Times are  from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.  Shuffleboard, 10 cents per person per  game, billiards, 30 cents total for up to  four persons per half hour. Mr. John  Tully has been the only one available to  supervise through and would very much  like a little relief. If you can spare the  odd evening for three hours please" give  hi'ni a call at 883-2704. TEven one everiini  a month or.in two weeks would, help. Is  yojjLr* child there?    ��� ' ;'   .   "   r  .^Saturday movies.afe, being...discontin* .  ued at the Community Hall until tlie fall,  .owing to the drop in attendance probably due to the nicer weather.  BRANCH 112  , ...Royal  Canadian  Legion  Branch   112,  TMadeira TPark has sponsored a second  child through' the Christian Children's  Fund, Incorporated. Their first child  sponsored, at the begining of the year is  a Korean boy, who is, now in grade ...four.,  This time the sponsorship is going towards education and other aid for a girl  .i'rom-Tlndia,* ���--��� ���  * ��� --.-   ������".���*    <  The   Christian   Childrens   Fund,   Inc. .      _   sends  out a  picture,  short history  and    which became law  in  1970,  was "rein  ���^���age'of"tho"child-'a'ttd,Jr'2ciBives'the,,$12'''p'er: **orced'" by an amending ;act in th&'sprin.  month  which   goes   towards  the , childs,    o�� this year,  education, spiritual  and  physical needs. We said that more convictions and in-  Prpgrosa   reports . and .periodic   letters ,. creascd. Penn'Uos  fpr littering Indicated: ���  along  with  their translations  from  tho    ? Browing public awareness of the prob-  "*ciniain*rmKiia'"^^  cuts". . '   is *Ysi noi socially acceptable In today's  , ;,,; , v ,..., ...77,..,...,     ,,4.SYkon^  SWIM CLASSES  -RE&INA=-End���of���May;���the-winds of  change stirred the Royab Canadian  Legion's biggest convention ever, and  when they had calmed down, the 308,000  member organization was pointed on a  course for the future.  "" Dramatic "Changes how give the" Leg-"  ion a potential membership of well over  a million, and age groupings have., been  considerably broadened. About 2,500 delegates attending the five-day general sessions of the 24th national convention  voted overwhelmingly in favour of bringing" younger people into the veterans'  organization.  -~_ Servicemen      are   now     automatically  was elected Dominion 'president .by acclamation. The new vice-president of the  Legion,, also by acclamation, is Robert  McChesney of Kirkland Lake, Ont. Treasurer J. A. de Lalanne of Montreal was  re-elected -to office, as was chairman  Chester -Merriam;*of"Tara;-Ontario: **-���- -  Four vice-presidents elected to national office for the next two years are  Ed Coley of Edmonton, Jim Fagan of  St. John's, Nfld., Dave. Hunter of Vancouver, and Doug McDonald of Brant-  ford,  Ont.  Although the decks were cfeafed for  expansion in Legion membership, the  veteran  and  his  dependants remain  the  eligible for Legion membership regardless of how - long they have served in  the Canadian forces. Reserve and militia  personnel are eligible to become Legionnaires after two years' service, as are  members of the RCMP.  The convention received assurance  from Veterans' Affairs Minister Arthur  Laing that the Legion's views on. the  basic  rate  for   war   pensions   would The  organization's chief concern.  "We must ensure that no veteran is  destitute," said the report of the national organization and planning committee; "Many ex-service personnel are in  legitimate need of assistance. Many are  unemployed, and no action is taken to  help them"  ornament of three white bells, gold-  edged butterflies and the inscription read  "Mom and Dad, 60". Music was supRilejd  by  Mr. Bob Dahlgren.  Out-of-town guests included Mr. and  Mrs. Nicholson's daughter, Mrs. Floyd  Turner and granddaughter Linda from  Winnipeg, Man. Son Mr. Bill Nicholson,  Richmond,vB.C; grandson and wife, Olga,  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prost and their three  sons from Surrey; grandson Mr. Ray  Lewis, Vancouver; Mr. and��Mrs. Armen  Petznik and two daughters from North  Vancouver.  Sechelt guests were Mr. Bill Scott,  Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith, Mr. and* Mrs.  Bob Dahlgren, Mrs. Leslie and son Roger.  Second time winner  in Shop-Easy contest  , jpHN�����Gross.w,of^Sechelt^h^.rf!=no^tr.ans��.J..  portation problems now, for last Saturday he won the 10-speed bike in the  Shop Easy contest. This goes very nicely  with the aluminum boat which John  won last year. The son of Mr. and Mrs.  Philip  Gross pf Sechelt, Jphn's winning  .method-is to purchase -asmany -reasonably priced products as possible which  have the Westfair label, this gives him  ���a-4arge-rnuniber���of���entries^  Other prize winners in the contest  are Ted Brackett, Polaroid colour pack  camera; Mrs. C. Woodward, Timex man's  calendar watch; Mrs. L. A. Carr, Magi-  cube flash camera; H. Espenberg, Hostess  warming tray; B. Lawson, fishing rod  and spinning reel.  Sunshine Coast  There are only eighteen lots  available in Redroofs  Estates.  Only eighteen opportunities  for  some  kicky  family   to  find    the   perfect   summer  ^place.^:**��~^*.-.���,-4-4...*---,,-4.-,,^,-..,:^,4,..  Redroofs Estates is two  hours away from the city in  a beautiful wooded area  that's close to the water.  The lots are large, everything is near, and prices start  as.low as $3250 with $325  '���ydwliu  J~*~"*   ������'-''--^^^-*-���.-  -RedRoofe-  Estates  Phone today.  683-8411 (24 hours)  BELL-IRVING  REALTY LTD.  72-1  T;he  Royal  Canadian- Legion   is   also  obhfated to the continuation and support  7 gi,vejii.,gQv.ex-hment, consideration..vd.ui-in__;v: ^f!-.v**|jjU"P9^ projects^.]  ���'  any-study of change in the pension''struc-   * theseratige'ftpm., helping Canada's young '  ture. While the Legion favours a regular     peoplevgi'ow into good and, usqfr^ cj.t}pns, ;   '  TWO Duncan area residents are each $50  poorer as the result of recent convictions under. British Columbia's Litter Act.  "It appears that the fines are getting stiffer," commented Lloyd Brooks,  deputy minister of the 'Department of  Recreation .and Conservation, who rput-  pffences under the act.  "The public can expect stricter en-  f prcement,!, 7Mr7 7BrppksFsugges'ted,' -point-  ing  out  that  the  original    Litter  Act,  ein-  ring  review of pensions, it insists that the  basic rate must first be brought up to  $4,500. The veterans' organization also  favours basing any future , increases on  public service wage increases, and not on  the cost of living in Canada generally.  Altogether, about 200 resolutions were  dealt with, some quickly and easily, and  others with some rocky moments and  not a few emotional reactions.  Winnipeg lawyer R. Q, (Bob) Smellie  to helping bur sehitir citizens suivive'ln  relative ease and comfort. Projects -and  services involve sports programs, education assistance, housing for the elderly,  and provision of bursaries and scholarships for tPday's promising students and  tomorrow's potential leaders.  In police courts and prisons, tireless  Salvation Army workers stand ready to  offer material aid arid spiritual guidance.  I in*jfc3Ma.,w-!yi    ivStt^Jw*  Pondor Harbour Swim OIuhhoh will bo  Blurting again this year July 10.  CIuhhoh for children wl|ll vary according to* Qxperlcnco no.l, necessarily ago.  Chiklroii may.be ba ..young as pnronta  wiil permit, vory young children should  Something's Cooking  wifey has been missing  all afternoon , . ���  _ y  loading  Shoo Storo  UNCLE MICK'S  Al Tho Trql'l l?ay Contra  ���*   FEDERAL  WDP CANDIDATE  *|ttW��)s���� $*{'��?s;*iviM'*'*  HARRf MAQNUS'  ,',,.'   OlAUSSEN  nltefll^W DEMOCRATIC  PARTY-Candidate for Coast-  . Chllcotln,*w42��yoQfv o|d * bgchc**  lor; born and educated In Far  'East;.' world   traveller,   multl-'  llnaual   backarouncrl, -My   In-  'MW Is PEOPLE, ItvyUUoan  honor tp serve you as a' Mom"  her of parliament,' In tha moan-  tlmo, ;eon I bo of sorvlco, to'  you? Homq q.idrobtii 6Bf)7  Palrmpnt,f PhwoN ' Rlvor.   B*C.,  ^>%^>ft**HiM^,#  4wrr^*��*��     (iWWs^W  SECHELT AGEMCIEsffpA^^  ��� This* free r^  LTD, Phone Peninsula Times direct for-free, listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note .that spaco Is limited arid.some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a ''reminder" listings only and  ,���..,,.,.., *^ ��� c^  ''.���MMMMMHMHHMUMH^^ "���  Juno 7-���8 p.m. Sechelt LoQion Hall, Blnqa,*''  vrJuno.7���8 p.m.'Sh Hlldp's-Hall. Secholt Garden Club Meeting;'*  Juno 8���r8 p.m.  Ponder Harbour Community Hall, ( Bingo, ���  Juno 9���8 p.rh.  Si,  Hilda's Hall, Socholt. S,C.  Sr.  Citizens Housing  Society Annual General Mooting.  Juno 9*���8 p.m. Socholt  Indian Hall,  Bingo,  , Juno   10���7:30  p,m,   Roberts,Creel*; Community  Hall.   S,C.  Golf  6\  Country'Club Auction. *,. ,7  ,       , 'M  Juno 10���10 a,m.-3 p.m. Sunnycrost Plaza, Glbspns, Roglstratlpn for  Sabot Sailing Course,  ...Juno, 13���8.p.m.-Wilson Crook Community*Hall,-Community-Assocla-  ���   "   tlorrMcotlhg.  '  '    * "*        ���"'������ " . ' ���'   '"        "   '  June 14���113,0, p.m. Madolra Park Legion Halls Hasp. Auxiliary Moot.  Juno  17*���Frpm   li30 p,m,  Strawborry Festival,  Socholt,  Premier W��  (    A, C, Bennett will qttoncl and opon Centennial Project;, ,   , ,  Juno 18���Socholt Red'^'Gun Club Fishing Derby 6\'.Soafoed Suppor at  ,   iCIubhPuso,  _   Juno  19���2 p,m, Maalili Contra Glbspns, Branch 38 Q,A,p.Q(  Rog,  Mooting,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  [Mulrlplo  Untlpo  Sorvlco  1 Vancouver Real "hMoi  !',  , : ,   Board ,,   ���    ,. ,,.  ���, REAL, ESTATE. ..���,  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  "Or call  Toll  Froo  from- lho -Groator' Vancouvar Area  7  '  '     (> ,      ZEnlth.:202i1(.)        ..',. /*i  ui  *Wm*Jm**m*w*itm>)  iftt-MtiWlBiB-iMywi*-^^  SATURDAY, JUHE 10 7:30 PM  ROBERTSwCREEKrCOMMUNITY-HAI;t  EVERYONE    WELCOME7 ^   Inapcction 1 pirn, to s��lo tlmo * Rofroshmont��  ::;sp6ks6  '*   ri "    ���     ��� 7' -i'i u..|        ���'  *���*-  ���'��� ������ - ������  ,  'I.  ,.,.!.,.  mm  L*u;'r  ��HW  AUCllUNfctK  IRMBOYD  .,  ti     *>   r  m  Wi^^sHt^^a^^  m^mim ^gywii'imwV  ���a&\  Page B-2  The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, June 7, 1972  _f"yX-:*vX-:v ���-X-��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���-X-X  '���"������^���'���'���'���'���'������������"'X'.'X'jMllllW'ftrf't^'^.^^^ ___&SIB__1_,' ________ -* ��MBMl'.���'.���'.''.. __SlH_9aS__'. ���.'. ��� ��� I * * * *    *    '   .  h_\A  >'i*r-  rv*flfc* i ���_������; '._M  r, ���, rX'7jt__-*tf,.<**.  ^....  *_��,-,    ���. ���,..���_��� ���  ;��� v.-*./**>,,' ^  V    ,11.  i'   it    r-     > ' ..'_   1.    1*5'  .    ���   ���; -1 ��� -     '  -  ��?���/' /*������*. ������* iViy,.-,'*,i^."S..  ���:" "'I :'v"' *���.''.'' '���".-'���1 "��� ��� "."  ��� i.!    i* > i     '.    , \   -i-  ---3:,. ������ ,���.;,- !������ -.  ���>'..-*'.���-i** . --*.,-:  *���>*.*K ' -*-  1 ���)_���._.     V**,. ,  ft;.r.t-^i.i-i.  ��� -k; 7^7;vi.���V*-' :r>=-l;;7 '' .''*."���."������ '" ���'".  _    .       .'"-'i;    <- ���'"' :r,*)ff"!J ,,J-. *���%,������- J*\** 15.Y' ������>���*"��� *  ��� " ' *' v*"*' .'��>.   '   ���  .\~     7 7 7'   ji * '',".'     '!���   ��� '��  W  .V:li7,f  ���. j  i."* ft  ���'���^S___W^.,jf'  iV. -^^h : .*  Finished  A tired little girl with lots of cour-    Creek.    Remembering    the  feeling smiling encouragement and ready to   out-had  pleasantly  cool  weather with  age, Maureen Miles breaks the tape    from not so long ago when she com- give assistance to the young sprin-  ahead of Cindy Jones  and-Valerie ^7-peted. in the Roberts Creek races is ters..  Smith in the mile rate at Roberts    Miss Joan Blomgren of Elphinstone  Serious   Business v  Determined to finish the mile coursse    Miles, Karen Smith, Valerie Smith,, bie  Seymour   set  out   on   the  long  during  Roberts Creek track events    Cindy Jones, .Linda Hofvath, Debbie course, under a hot sun. Each school  last Friday, Cathy Smith, Maureen    McLean ahd hidden from view. Deb-* .house, entgfed. two. contestants...  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  MRS. ETHEL "Granny" Barnes was honoured on the' oceasston of her -81s>t  birthday--when Mrs. Helen Weinhandl entertained at a delightful party on Wed- ,  nesday afternoon of last' Week. Assisting  the hostess was Mrs. Jean Wood ' of  Sechelt. There were charming decorations and a special prettily trimmed birthday cake. The guest of hpnour was recipient of numerous gifts and many good  wishes' from Mrs. Lou MacKay, Mrs.  'fFjWJffi Margaret Sullivan; Mrs.* Eva Pilling, Mrs.-  ltte'7' Marianne' de Vries and Mrs. May Swan-  son. Mrs. Alice Cherry was unable to  attend.  MISHAP ,  Danny'Bothwell who is in room 40T>  at Kootenai Memorial Hospital, 2003 Lincoln Way, Coeur d'Alehe, Idaho, will be  in traction for 12 weeks. He broke his  leg above the knee, necessitating a pin.  He will be in a cast for (i' months but is  -reported, to be in good spirits and. is ..  being visited by other jockeys. Danny  talked���by���-phone --^te���his���rparentsr^Virice" "  and Jean Bothwell recently. He hopes to  be able to ride agai  next year.  OVERSEAS  Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Macey of Shoal Look-  ecently. He hopes to     tuP/S^' --i'.-^-.l  ain   by   February   of     fcj'"!*' ^S^'":^  _\_ti$t. './we**/3<  *?.'����� *;A''.  Km^��__m��t_*i. ����������0__m  some showers during their very enjoy  able 6 weeks in* Europe and Great Britain. It was Mrs. Macey's first visit, Mr.  Macey had been overseas for 4 years  during the war. They took a 28 day guided tour of Europe, visited friends in  North Wales and regretted not having a  Milers  Hi  Living up to the'Fr name the. Miles    mile marathon, with, just enbufh en-  brothers Kenny first and David sec-    efgy left over to'Compete in the' tug-  irt-ile more time in England,  a��� hajjpy    ond are clear winners  ih  the one    o-war. ^       '       . ,  feature of the trip was tlie fact that, Mrs.   '  Mqcey's   sister  and   nephew   and  family  were able io see them at the Toronto Airport as they went and upon their return.  HERE AND THERE  * Lome and Amy Blain have moved.to  Victoria. This popular couple will be  greatly missed here and their many  friends wish thorn nil the best.   .Cu'nui.ron   and .Margaret   Corbelt   and  3 children from Vancouver spent the  weekend hero, Cnmeron is a former local  ��� residenti Mr;: t\\.(\ Mrs: Corbplt'were"-cole'-"  ���see  page  B-3  IT COMES  TO  Boy-Power  H'8 lull hlcnm nli<*n<l loi tlicso sovon    loPI  nro:  Travis    Poloman,    Mark   vnnoy, Kenny Mllos, Stovon HanRon  lads nil .sol |o piovo Iholr ondurunco    Christmns,  Dnvld  Mllos,  Mlko  Do-    and Billy Connor,  in tho mninllion linck cvonl. From  BENS  ��(Eprro.e.*;Jy^.BrJQ.osjnQke��Out)��-��.  UWDERWEWOWIMErtSHIP  and MANAGEMENT  Drive In & Take Out  10 a.m.HI 10"p.m'7 "  CA  SOON  "WATCH FOR IT"  NDeVRIES  LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road. Gibsorti  Phono 886-7112  * CARPETS    ���TILES    ��� MNOLEUMS  HOURS;  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. -^ Friday Night TU 9 p.m. ' V  \  Wednesday, June 7, 1972  The Peninsula Times  'rt^\U��4t��lw�����^^g!S^.f#l?   -j  Page B-3  n  txvi  itccii  von  A cordial invitation is extended to all to join the  Congregation in celebrating the Tenth Anniversary  of Gibsons  United Church on  SUNDAY, JUNE  11/ 1972  11:15. a.m.���Morning Service, Rev. W. M. Cameron, speaker  12:30 p.m.���Luncheon  2:00 pjri.���Communion Service  Gibsons  United Church ��� Glassford and Trueman  Roads  Gibsons, B.C.  ^  The   Poppas  Setting the pace for the fathers in    left, fathers which we were able to  end of the track meet fun race-at    identify    are:    Ghes Day,  Hank  Roberts Creek,  is Elphinstone  stu-    Schachte, Mr. Jovick. Garyv Wallin-  dent Danny MacKay,. second from    der ahd    Mr. Leipzig.  Putting the  imei  {rieis to Sell, Bent, Buy, Swap, jetc.  fathers'bn the track proved a dsty'  business with two colliding in mid-  race.  jiV-A^/vr  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THE LABOUR scene appears to be in  for another . long, hot summer as  labour-management relations continue to  be rather sour. And again the major issue  seems to be wage demands.  I think of some wages of which the  Bible speaks, they neither go up nor  down."They remain stationary. I r'efer to  Romans 6:23 which says ''For the wages  of sin is death". No amount of talks will  -change this. -We-could���strike -for���years  and the wages paid for sin would remain  the same. God has set the wage at death.  We are slaves to sin���employees of  sin. Sin pays us -wages and they are  earned and well deserved, as we have  -all- sinned and come short -of-the* glory  of God'. And this payment of death is  very high; as it is spiritual death. These  wages, I am sure, none of us want. We  would like to refuse them but we cannot.  mm^4utmnnmH^mmmmm9m9u��mmmmm94mmmKmmmii_ii9_mmmmmm9um��mt  (^ab  are  t  However,^someone has accepted them  for   us. The   Lord   from   heavei  Christ, satisfied God by living a sinless  life and dying on the cross as our substitute. Wonderful hews! All you have  to do is repent of sin and put your trust  in Christ. If you don't it will be a long,  hot eternity for you.  !���������������������������������������������������Innn-nnnnnnwi|1(|n|1n[lnf  DANCING  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  Sparkling  Apple  best in  entertainment  SMUBDMy  JUNE 10  Join The Fun  Highway 101  Cover Charge  886-2472  .mmm9im999mmmmmmtmm9m9mm4mmmmm9mmm99Hmt999m9mmmm9immmH*mtm9m0mmm  Pointed ritle . . .  The Mommas  Challenged by School principal Male-,  olm Maotavish of Roberts,Creek, the,7  ,_ mothers, just had to show the poppas  that they can tackle the one hundred yards in equal time and tfcy.  didn't hit the dust either. Frorn left,  we present Mrs. Tomacic, Elphinstone student Joan Blomgren (pace-  FORMERLY of Sechelt but now of the fled the scene.     . &}***}> M���-'  ^^  gW,   Mrs.  Poweli River area, Marshall Roy Jack- The   hippie   type  individuals   spotted mm"'         " Knonaa Devaney and  son appeared before Judge Charles Mit- by' the local resident had already planted Mrs. Hansen,  telsteadt last week in Gibsons to answer a small number of the plants but alto- ��� ��� MC%nv    ARr_n*.  two charges involving firearms, gether about two hundred were discover- MO��E       yZ ~m'.' '  Jackson was charged following an in- ed by the police. Their gardening imple-*     ���   ArOUnd GlDSOnS  cident innhe home of his father-in-law ments* were -also, * left   behind' -in   their *        ���������-         ���from page B-2  Firearms charges laid  following family fight  '  '���'_" / '   If"  '-f }..     ���'  at  Langdale in which his  wife  and he    hurry to escape the police officers.  brating their 14th wedding anniversary.  bec?meJnyolyed in^^ci^  son sought safety by running from her    sons detachment advises residents in the    wood havo retUrned from a 3 week vacu-  husband in  the basement of the home.    Gibsons-Robert Creek area to be on the  tion -in Spain. While they were away on  ^ra^^susplciou^   looking,, person^, v,^  and found himself confronted  by Jack-    in the outlying areas. It has been learned cavort- wiih   dB-ihv����  -mn.m?..-.   ir,.ori   ��,.-.,-.  son who pointed a ,30 - ,30 rifle at him,    unofficially that horses will eat marijua- Marybollo Holland       P -  By distracting Jacksons attention ho sue-    na and after such feeding over a period .     ,    n . . ,   '     .      ^ ,. ,    ,  cecded in disarming him. . of days have been known to die, This- is���'������;;��� L���ls Reid from New Denver- visited  ���Jackson's-wlfeHater^  attenti9n, Sho laid..a charge of assault marijuana planting.,                           ; , *��� ,y'                 ���     ���  causing bodily, harm, but,, later ���wWidiw-   , - -,, ...:��� * ,, , ,*,.,<* ��� ,-,, ,n,,^w^7? / J f Purl.l'idS0 l!^ Shllioy  ��� it���r-*   ' ; ���   '*        !   " -���-���-"���1                 Jnrirtl cl-.r-i-rttc, cL.r-.^          ' >ctunied to their honio In Penticton aflor  ' To*lhe ohm-Do of "noiminr* n fh-onnm"       ��  -    hiuaems SniUG  spending a wools hoiro with Mr. and Mrs.  j-ouLi'wu^^^tancoS0^1^," 'K'ln  fa Academy examination w*< T1!110 T,d Fumily'  tho  Lower  Mainland   Regional  Correct-    LdCAX^pupllH of Miss Anno Gordon did ,,���^rH'   U. I;m't,,lc,B����  molhor  Mrs.   K.  , Jonal. Conlro.. Oil .the. pccp.fcL.eoui)L..'.,pos- '.... o^coptlonally.,.woli;in4bo-reeont Royal J.rQC,c,0l\ ��.��.J. two aunts .from .Vancouver   hcssIou of^ an* offensive weapon1' ho wan 'Academy of Dancing examination.'" ���' wcl��..''cgC!m "1eu5?lB7,     ;,,'             ,',  Rontcncod to sixty days In t|io samo Con-        nA\\_���.   '#_'__." - VAi.,.^.7 ;,n,..7 7,.,. ' 7��lHKo-and-.'*Dorolhy--'AldorHon''--nnd  H  tro, to * run  ,loh_ for  ono       . possessing firearm's  or ��� amuniUon  for :����� ' oxams with* honors,  period of J'ivo years.  Er  W-**'!* 4#K ��% Vttoif.KiifjMi.yh *��*i*i�� w*if *^ -s-f wMi H* w A &M  o sixty days In I io samo Con-        Colleen    Conor, '"thirl con    year   old 7u,i..,7   /     TV     wy  'xairMUI   "'"  *  concurrent placed on probat-    daughter of Mr and $mSnnta Conno?    tTZ [Tv.^*��� ^^ '|,|0ndH  .o year., and   prohibited  from .. of  Roberts  Creek, passed  her .Grudo'.4    h?'S�� T Zi^t. n ' * ,.;������,^v. ... w,���-  Tom Ululn, spent Ihq' w'eok'oiid hi Vi��-  oi'lu.  ,   ol "ye yoais. Kolly ftet|.__1ftw,l0(, Glbsqns, wa��r hlghr -     ��� Kd Gill Is onlovlnix a week of'flfllihirf  Irlo bronco MaBnohorn of Sochelt ly commended in hor. grado ono c-xamhi-    a|, Canm   L ko"ffi  o   IM Mile Ho    f  appeared In. Gibsons court to, answer two ..,��Uoh,,.��� .,  ,.,.,. .,.,.,.,,,., , ,.��� .;7iii(i,,, -v. lis ^   pu.E  ch��(^: Involvhig driving mulors^  nlpn. On tliq first qpuiU h,o was fined..fiso .< flvo, years, will  attend  Carson Graham                                    vauumvoi,  1         ���-     ���'     ���                         ���     - ���                                   rj    ���  "juv<m|la was apprehended and ''charged,' jjudo' ballot,, as ono of tho suhjects on   Andorson.  A   card   game  followed   thu   Wo, W��H,,plaeQd.Qn,,probaUoiv. until AprU.9()1<0��h��,QUi'��^ulum,,,,,,.���,, ,,;, l-��.f��.'*.-..��*^v,ory--dolle|oiw*-*monlr:*';w��"-' -     r- *:  | ^^atjuuM^f^ttmi^i  7,  107'",  POT CACJUB, ",'.'.. ,'.'.   .',,.*.'    ..", ... 1"  Following.'n'rojiorl'from a 1'ort Mellon roHldon^, RCMP offlvorn nwhod to an  aroa near Port Mellon to find that would-    ho  marijuana*' groworo  had' ahandonod  tholr ���'fluto^plaIltran���dYqfa^pmon^rnc],' Kh'dT  imiiiHiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimi  PLAQU Els a nasty, Invisible  gummy; villain.vthat sticks .to*1 * a  your teeth and causes tooth   *  decay and gum disease. 'He   ���  hangs;arpund'ypur gums,.and'.",  unless you attack him. he'll at-  tacKyourteeth. So here's what,  to do ���  '_.   '.II iwwwymi) miiiiiiiiwy^wBwuwi),^" niilii'.Tii  ��� I \ I    .J.-����J��.^<"*^��.4*ifc_._    ,4 _. I .  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AH lumber N.H,A. accepted,  ����mPJ$&LPACkqBQ  ��^inwm wf mmm��**'.mm9tim9imn mmm**wm**"  Dellvdrocl to your lot anjwhoro ow the Siinihlnej Coast.,  dHJi  ���M ,,'U  wit*!*" n^"^^��<ij��^..Mpii|.vi,^.iii i..ir"i'l>,n""ri��"T��i't'f'r'.r'>'""''H"r"w"T**yt*w  >t*>r>FV*rtw.*1,  ijj^lH9^944^>4(^ip!!ifl^V^^  ,,^T<|innBcT!WbTHpr^  ^���t_^J:21___l^^__^tJIT__^  hovel siding .^p,m. ^JIHO       colours  1 all  210 lb. roofing sq. butt-  wmmwmtmmw*  fatwmt*mimmmmi*��m4W<^  In UK  Start with  about 18"  'pfdentaj floss,  tie the ends to  Kepp.flfoout.iyS"  3/4" between  your thumbs and Index fingers.  Slldo the floss cjowhbetwoon  your teeth until It go.es Under,  tho gum. Use an up-and-down,  wrap-around motion away from  "tho gum to oloeih each toottvi  ���   , Make sure you  clpn't miss any,  spots, It tnkos a  - ' ��� ��� llttlo,skill, but  1  -��� -praotloowill ������  make It oauy.  I  M.l,     S*H  -fW^^^iifiwr[wir^f'^'i��**��HM'M��<����>i��''i^  1    i ' 'I  fraser Valley mills  Surrey  ,9815Jtebsori5t,  588-5441,  ��*��*^����,��es**��i##*wsf^^  "ATTACK PLAOUE"  Quite 32fi-02BW,Qobralft 0t.,  7*,     ,  .Vaacp.uv,bc^IXiXT.P^...i..,i'|i.in r���}������].l,���r��rriTnmmt  Nrnno; ���-���,���,������i���i '. __  Then take, a nice softtoothbruslir  and clean th'e crevice between tho  teeth and gums,. Slide the brush  along the side of the tooth at an  angle that permits the row of.  bristles next to the tooth to get  Into the crevice. Use a gently  -^tefl   v*bratin9 'notion ito c)ean and  f\W   stimulate the gums, Then brush'  ' (fiC���"Vv<r:r^v'   up away from.  \\\x   ! JTP    ^��gum Qnd ���  ����l^vwr��*(il K    you'll sweep  x PLAQUE right  .   , , , I mouth, |t,takoa  a little practice, but your teeth  w|ll approclato It, you'll cut  down your dental bills, and a  hoalthy mouth Is the beginning  of general good health.  �� For more com'  plate Information on how to  give PLAQU e  the brush-off,,  fill In tho      /���  couponond  send for our  froo dolajjiful pastor.  .AcWros*.  A public sprvlco mossago from  THE Dl  itHpnpY'���Pr'i'TWI"*?l^��^  ���*^����**W|f��*��>^^WT'^WW''tWrwiwy*rl  I  I  4 Wmx4!i&*_��**v>*49*  JV*4.^t_V=m9f^t)V't*e_i^^Hii^l/4��^  ,��,.(  ip'..."iwrr��wm|iwrw"iin  1     '��   ,  t-^mm^mmfmitiimm  a^^ffT^'^IWMi^^  iW^WI^pg'WiWt^^ 1*>  HpSTSOFR  _|_H  -4..-U  *ym*wmy*  ����-i,r(.��,��  T-\V \\  \  Q   '   ���  Page B-4 The Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, June 7, 1972 ^  -'"��� '  ���"���rHi  .  ���7.\t<yl:<._''._.'\'_m\\_''.'ly  WH^S^^bs^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^  j,,.,   t.9._._   _._._.*_.    I.._   9-_   _-!._._    9__t  Long range planning .���. '.  nil mm  coders Gibsons  -��  REGIONAL District is- presently dev.e-  \ loping a long range regional plan for  the Sunshine Coast area. This plan is to  be a. guideline for future development  and will be presented in a series of small  reports which will be published at regular intervals in the coming year.' The  first document, to be published shoYtly,  will be for the GibsonsrGower Point-  Langdale area.  Tlie first phase regional plan will'be  subject to change f.ppending on lhe opinion of the public' The amended document will then be presented to the Regional Board for adoption and will form  part of Board policy.  The plan will contain statements of  principle  indicating:  (1) Where settlements sl^oi.ld go or  expand   from existing urban  areas;  (2) Where low densities should be  maintained    because    areas   are    isolated  /rom existing services, are unsuitable  for services or are good agricultural  lands;  (3) Possible conflicts of variotis land  uses and how they can be minimized;  and,  (4) Tlie anticipated recreational needs  f.ir  the  people  of the  region.  This first phase plan will form the  basis.of nmre detailed < iirnmiuiily plans  which will he prepared for .developing  areas. This community plan will outline  future area for residential, industrial,  commercial,   rural   and  recreational   iu.es.  how tides nedrinq  \  oat launching ramp  becoming major concern  Enjoyment  Unidentified little people, hopping are watched in the background by  their way to happiness in the prir the boys, eager to show what, they  ma ry sports -events -at Rober-ts Creek    can do.  June 13 installation  Sunshine Coast Lions  sponsor Gibsons Club  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Club proudly reports sponsorship of the Gibsons Lions  Club, bringing a total of three clubs, to  the district. The Sechelt (Sunshine Coast)  Lions Club was formed lust,over eight  years ago. February of -this-year-heraitted-  charter night for the. Pender Harbour  Lions, also sponsored by the S.C- Lions  and charter night for the Gibson? Club  is tentatively scheduled for September  9th  1972.  Exploratory meetings have - been'Completed with enthusiastic Gibsons meiuand  electipn of officers and installation will  take place at 7:30 pm at the Peninsula  Hotel Tuesday, June 13th. Wives and-or-  girl  friends   are  cordially   invited.  welfare, international unity and peace  and human progress socially. Importance  of Lions work in all these fields is widely  recognized.  The  Sechelt  Club  has  carried  out  a  "Tremendous" amount of c*ha7itable work  since  its  establishment and  has  donated  'substantial sums of money-to the St.  Mary's Hospital physiotherapy department as well as numerous other projects.   During, the   short   time...the .Pender  Harbour Lions have been'chartered the  club, has made quite an impact in the  area and has already held a number of  first   class   fund   raising   projects.  MEMBERS of the Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce were a little  concerned \over the prospects of riot having a boat ..launching ramp again this  year and wrole a letter to village council  asking that something be done as soon  as possible.  ��� Council had already budgeted..$-LMQ  for the installation of vthe ramp, ��� but  Chamber members feel tlie limited number of real law tides coming up could  mean a further delay-if -aet+f.�� isrht-tak-en-  al  once.  Barry Anderson pointed out thnf I lie  next low tides start around June 9 with  one full week of zero and minus tides.  The next low tides, for a duration of  ���-three days only, will not appear until  the weekend of July 8.      ��� - -N  N In the letter to council, the Chamber  wrote that it, ''appreciates the budgeting  Of $4,000 for the installation of a boat  launching ramp in our harbour, as com--  mendable as this is, its value is questionable if we should not be in a position  to utilize this facility' during this coming  boating season."  "We  arc  certain   you  share  our. concern," the letter concluded   "ancl  will* do  your utmost to 'have this facility installed during the next low tide." \  Th other Chamber business at last  week's meeting, a request by the Driftwood Players foi7 a contribution was  turned down. Chairman . Mike Blaney  pointed  out   that   it   is not  the  policy  of   il.e Chamber of Commerce to make con-.  tributions to organizations. This policy  has been in ettect for a number of years  and n was felt in the best interests of  \h.   group to ip&y* it-that, way..  The Chamber agreed lo sponsor 'a  queen in tbe furthcoming Sea Cavalcade  and have submitted Miss Shirley Hoehii  as its entrant. Chamber .-mem-bers���ttlso-  agreed to enter a float in the Cavalcade  parade.  v It was moved and seconded that a  letter of recommendation, be forwarded  the students of Elphinstone Secondary  School for their efforts during their fe-  ���cent  Environment  Day. ..        .    '  William Ed'hey is to draft up a letter  regarding the feasibility of Vancouver  being the home base for suppliers for this  area. He said he had encountered difficulty with suppliers operating from Vancouver Island.    .  I���  ."* t  n.   +      *   ���*  At the Gibsons charter night, in Sop-  With  over  24,000   rluhs   in   some   140     ternher, mnnv T,r..weti-Mai��-la4H4-elubs will  ,- -,!���.,.*:--- .,��� ^Sfr-s-^^H'',  ��� . '��,>;Kv/fsV*" '���"���'..    v.A-v:'"-  ���    : Ji./:zdtit\'t_��'.:.!}*   7,,...-.v\,'7-*T.;.'  ,-.:.'�� .a; ��> *      ',.   if&i,*tyy~'*\��*'(?l  . .  \ . , C;,.t*l ,^*--_*. 7.^-7,*. ,.��. Jr^e&gi;  countries, Gibsons will now take its place  ��� within the very proud ranks of Lionism.  The, organization is an active and efficient  medium for united community effort and  enterprise. It is also an outstanding medium for national and world service, exerting tremendous influence for national  -be- represented and ���will help - launch the  new member.  For further. information regarding either membership or installation, please  contact Mr. Frank Havies at 886-7114 or  Hal Anderson at 886-2245. -In Sechelt, Bob  Scales at-885-2221.  . R. P. SEPTIC TANK  \\  TR  by  #11  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  Fibreglass septic franks are light  (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  ���*.  \V,  , _       *.*���<_ y j,  ..*��� .       *"it__4&.  Ume Sport  Already   displaying   an imp.resii\re racing and it would take a rabbit to  numbei; of first place ribbons; TDale out-bop him in the primary sports  Day has-mastered the knack of'skek- at Roberts Creek School.  Building and Plumbing  Supply Companies or  Sepric Tank ConTracfors  Gibsons  886-2953  Support Peninsula Industry  1  etedrfc wafer  f ami/y neads  Spurred on wltli encouragement and   by anchor-girl Solly McKinnon, Dnr-   tho final effort  and .lho opposition  gritting their 1ooth with eflort this   lone Blomgren and Lori Beoman and    just have lo yield.  Roberts Crock tug-o-war town aided    two unidentified team mates make   '  mw?i��'Jt?*&tlMi. i.r.&M-. ill. Wflio iJ> ��'  HPW  'W9_w_Wm~��  ��mW&Mm7iWM?F��Wm��W  All fnmllloa need lota of  hot water, ?UoK at * you riv  ' Shovlnn," shovvorp loundr/,  woohlno dlahoa - all notlvllloa  .*��]>',;. . r^*i��i    ihnt nood . dopondablo supply "  ilillr,1 h' ii'i>tn n|l dny, every doy. Tho onawor?  mm-'^JF*       A cascade" 6i<3otrlo vyator hoa'tor. ���  lllil*^r W'V-" Boobmm CASOADE hria boon  iH|lr'      ��� doolgnoil nnd built lq moot tho hotty hot  ,,_ ..IWSr     wntor doriianda o.| tho modorn hounohold, Tho  ��iiflwi mm' '        ornngo CASCADE 'aymb'ol la your nii'flurnn'od'  ffiiill'ljr1 ^w[ (h0 vvntor hontor hnn boon npprovod lor  oafoty nnd porlormonco by lho Cnnndlnn atnndorda  ����^Aooool��ilon*^''ond'Wlll-BUpply'nll'th��*hot"wr.tor'"  you nood, Thm ton-yonr fliiqmntoo on Iho innH mom.  clopondoblo Dorvlool(And you'll HKo lho (notth��\t   H'fl ollont, CASCADE r. tho unnwor lor InrflO Inmllloo,  _,, _  ,,.,..,��� ,.���.,,���..���.,,,,.,,,,, ���,___, * -    ��nioll lomllion - yo. t.miiy, sou your nppllnnoo--   ,*f. SAiMW ������ ��� *    or hon,lno ��onlot��n����.flo|s nbout.,B.c,.Hydro,.lln��nolna.    ,  \  P,C, HYPRO -^j-  ^^^^w*!C����>nod<>�� &">* ^terprlwi OonirolElocUlo, Q.8.W., Homort,_lnoll��. Rhoom. Ruud. '/IWr��o, John Wood, Zonltti.  ^ZZZ^ZZZ.'ZL  SUPPLIES  P.O. Box 168 - Madeira Pork, B,C. - Phono 883-2513  RpBILLIARD ELECTRIC���  ELECTRIC HEATING OUR SpECIAUY  Mermaild*Stre:oi^3ochottrwB:Cr*t*^  ^tf)WwmW^^.>-i����n^MH��nTtWym^'*U''*ft��  mmii*iW&ewmmtimmi&^  ������ Tough Battlo  ���Using-up tholr Inst bit of onergylh   victory In muscle-testJng ovent, fnc-   Hniwen, Kelvin Wilcox nnd Robert  tho tug-o:wnr,  the Cobras 'pull t^>" Ing comorn nre I^lo Blomgren, Steve   Bulger, of Roberts Creek,     '  885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  '     '     '.'' '    Pox/351 ��� ....     ...       '  *��� ,  Secholt, B.C.  t*0mim*immm*mimm���+m'*"  Ju,  J.  0m**��!>*��m>vi'mm*m4mmm  ��WyiSf��MH��WW>^^  tJ;  <*f    ..**## jd^,tf * * , ^ *$*_.  "^)      s 7      ' \'  y^.;.u.i.i.;.i.i.i.i.i.;.;.i.i.i.ij.iijjiiiiiiiiiii)\i ^ii.ii^  V  * ��-IjS^^*=*��yM*i'sl*S���"*  f**    w ������*    I.   !_>(  ���".        r      /: r  >i^v.*rv,v.v,v.v.v,\..\v.v.v:.X.v.,..v.v.:.v.:.v.;.;.v.>>^^^^  Explains Mayor . . -. -" x  otel was not oppose  ans jpl noi submitfie  THERE are always two sides to. a story  said Mayor" Wally Peterson last week  when asH,ed to comment on suggestions  that members of council were not favourably disposed toward a hotel in the village."  Mayor Peterson explained that a proposal was put to council some time' ago  regarding a hotel at the site of the old  glue factory building, now demolished,  on Gower Point Road. Plans by the--developer also included a small shopping  complex on the upland side of the Point.  Due to the fact a sewer system was,  at. that time, some distance from installation it was suggested -o tlie developer  that he would have to run his effluent  from the shopping centre down under  lhe highway .to a disposal field at the  site of the proposed hotel. This would be  until such time-a sewer system is installed.  This, apparently, did not Tall in with-  the   developer's   plans   and   the. project  was dropped. TNo actual plans were ever  submitted for approval.  The same developer is now proposing  a motel complex ih the same location and  this is presently under study by council.  HOUSING PROJECT  Council   has   agreed   to   provide   the  sewer line to the senior citizen's housing  project, cost estimated at approximately  $10,000,   also   a   water   line   and   booster  . pump. _to_BroyJdeL_for. the -hig-her���level,������  : Plans for this. project have been approve in principle but final plans have  not yet been submitted and neither has a  building permit been applied for.  TENNIS COTJRTS  Athletic Association has agreed to provide  volunteer   labor  for  renovations  of  the public tennis courts at Madeira Park.  The courts  were well used last  year  as 4  tennis became a'popular recreation. ���*  Council has budgetted the sum of  $2,000 towards this project and the  money has beep available for the past  few weeks for'4 this purpose. Work calls  for resurfacing, renewing back-stop and  general, clean-up. Members of both tennis  and badminton clubs are understood to  ha\*e  offered   labor.  rest Home ft. *       -7*.  Application : for establishment of a  rest-home- on the higher portion of  School Road w'as rejected some time ago  by council. It was considered that the-  topography of that area made the location  unsuitable for  elderly people.  Another application for a similar development ih the same area has again be  submitted but council has suggested,  after taking-professional advice, that a  flatter location would be more suitable  and* would enable elderly residents of  the rest-home to walk around without  having to attemp to negotiate the very  -steep.--Seb.00l���Road-���: r  The Peninsula Time?      *   Page 8-5  -���������LWedfl'esJoy/Juiie-7, _&?_%? ���"X"  ,���  "-������ ��������� '  'V *������'��� '      v  4. ���* ��� \  Atfe^li  of Gibsons district  -PERSONAL business has led to a*Tem-\  porary 'leave oi absence fc^r Jack  Mills. Our Gibsons office carries on and  Times editor Doug "Wheeler will attena to-  news and picture items for the Gibsons  area.. \ Por      advertising      requirements  ..please   call   Bill   Bryson- at   the- Gibsons  number  886-2121.-"Doug Wheeler may be  contacted  at   the  Sechelt   office  885-9654.  We ap.1log.7e fhr anv events arranged  ���tor- eeveKigf- hy-"VTp. - Mt-l-ls- that -we- -fni-ght-  have missed but trust any disruption will  l>e only temporary.  DID YOU KNOW?  J^relen 5 ^jradkiond  stock cool summer styles  of  Pjayiex Bra and  Foundation  Wear  Gibsons - 886-9941  One thhi'g the public'can share with:  Elphinsione, is pride -__jn.: theSchool,  band whose appearance on the Gib-"  sons ��� tyjiarf. on . ���Friday evening, although Unhei'aldod soon" attr{acted a'  large crowd of visitors and residents  Who ftfund -the" combination bf ;fine  music  ajjd, evening."sunshifiie both������'  relaxing and enjoyable.: Directed ,by7  Entertainers  music master Mr.. Mel Campbe:llv  our band 'members looked very  * smart-in their new mustard coloured  jackets with Elphinstone crests: and  iridescent .cravats worh by' 'froth*,  boys-and" girls*^ The^bandrisj0t r��^  turned from 7Sl$ur of-100Mj^.Bouse,,  Ajshcroft ahd DluTtbn. 7 ��� '���"������'" 7  Sund&^Jtme 21  ���     ���     ���  Gibsons United Church  %*'-'��j-;-'���/���$'������  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  ���'';'777S'*--V*E'S#ECIALIZE IN  HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS  * 7''  ;-.-i-'7::v*-^^^Wr^Bni'^-'vyELpiNG service  ���G^^LEfey*t^EV<DF HE5*WY  DUTY AND AUTO  PARTS AND  i^c&ssmmtiii:. :.7:.7.:.".*::;.     , ��� ������.���.��� ���.. . .,  Procknow-Husby . . .  for double ring ceremony  MISS  Colleen    Ann Husby    and  Barry  Wayne   Procknow   were   married   on  ist,  provided  the  nuptial music.  For   her     daughter's     wedding,   Mrs.  Mnv 20, 1072 nt 4p.m   in Clihsnnc* TTnited .""..'phy f,"?fVpn.. JM'pVY tw^-p,,.--*'0 ��ns^mhle  Church.7 Rev. James7W:iiriarnson was the "  officiating clergyman for the double ring  ceremony.        '.'-','                          7  Only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin  Husby, the beautiful young bride was  given in marriage ��� by her father. The  groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs*  Norman Procknow of Vancouver.  The bridal gown was fashioned in -a  traditional style, en train with tier upon  tier of exquisite chantilly lace featured  in the, wfide. hooped skirt; esCalloped  square neckline and lily point sleeves.  Tlie shimmering pearl-trimmed bouffant  veil wa�� held in place by a tiara daintily  ornamented with pearls and diamonds  and tl<e bride carried a bouquet "otf ,  mauve-pink orchids with purple velvet  ribbon. .   , .  The veil had been borrowed from the  groom,'s' sister Carol and for "something  old*.the bride wore a gold filigrees diamond-inset, ring ..which had been given to  her )Sy a dear ''friend, the late Miss Harriet Morris', '���'������''���".���  The attendants were charmingly attired in. colourful floral 1 rayon crepe floor  length empire gowns with long full  gathered sleeves having ruffled cuffs.  They'worevdainfy,'matching' flowers7inr  their hair qnd carried bouquets of orchids "  arranged with tulle, velvet ribbons,  statice and trailing ivy,Mrs. Sherri, Hus-;  by, Matron of Honour, wore, coral and  orange; IV^iss Diane ""Ishcr fand MJLss  Ginny Alsager, bridesmaids^ wore pink  and m'n'uve^green and blue 'respectively.'  Sandy Glbb was best man, Ushers  wore David Husby and Ron . Service.  The,men in.,the wedding, party���<��������� looked.,  handsome wtltli, ruffled "a,hot shirty,  .���roanvwh.lto brocade jackets with plnk-  niiuivo swirls, tho block lapolH matching  the black trousers, All wore orchid hou-  tunnleros,.,,,,,,.,.  Orchids for 'the wedding wqro grown  locally In ' the ��� Vlltonon "'���gl'conlVoiiso on  Pratt Road.  Bridal wreath, lilac and tulips decorated, lho Church.nnd altar flowers were-  llly-of-tho-valloy. Mrs. Mae Freer, organ..  of yellow peau-de-soie with bone accessories and brown and yellow orchid corsage. -  The' groom's mother w.ore a chic two-  piece outfit of emerald green and white  waffle silk fortrel with white orchid  corsage.  Roberts Creek Community Hall, gay  with bells and streamers as well as six  large floral standards, was the scene of  the reception. Mr. Keith Wright was .  master of-ceremonies. Toast to the bride  was proposed by Mr. Qilbert Musgrove.  On a table with white ��� lace .cloth was  the threte tiered Weddjng cake, made and  .elegantly decorated by ;Mrs. Eleanor  White,' with, delicate shaded frosting orchids . trimming the intricately arranged  white icil]g, TaU taper.s in silver candlesticks graced the head table./.  The newly weds led, in the dancing  to music supplied by a band, from New  Westminster, ��� ��� .'  '." The7 bride's 'B5u'quet -was. caught, by  Miss Marilyn, Musgrove and Sandy Gibb  caught the garter."    ".    ' '"      7  For travelling the bride wore a nautical  two-plece7 in   red   aiid   white  with  white boots and  purse and  large white  orchid corsage.  ���������*; ? ���> 1 The" Wed d i,hg' 1'ri p5 was"?apeht'������ mo tor i n g '  to Seattle and the Okanagan and upon  their*return the happy young couple, took  up residence at*' Selma Park. -  *    ;;    *  Out-of-town  guests  included:  Joseph  Stenerson  from  Saskatchewan, Mrs.  D.  Coodale and family Ednjiontqn; Mrs.^Hen-  17 Vandervahter and family, Snohomish,  wWqshT;'^Misr"Colle'eh"*'Trbckho\^  water, B.C,; Mr. and'Mrs. Alec Dayidson  ., and rfamily, .Mr, apd;JMrs*;���G.'Ftppleivand���  family, Mr. and MrR, Grloyn pi'oclinow  and fahiily, Mr. nnd Mrs. G.Stewerson, Mr,  und "Mrs., ]^o\\\. Procknow, Mr. nnd Mrs,  Brian'*.'Bclev.nny and Lynn, Mr. and- Mrs,  JftonSo.'Vlce, My,, and ,Mrs, II, ��� Stenerson,  , Mrs, Dorothy ''ArRenaiUt, Mr, and. Mrn,1  Ed PortorrDOiig'Snthofland, Miss Carol  OIhoii, Mlsa Denlso Quarry, Mr, and Mvh.  Derek Cameron, Ed Willis, Mr, and Mrs,  Gary Nofgard, Mr.'and Mrs; \\Tim,',Sutherland. Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Quarry,'  holding 10th anniversary  AS"v^*^  of the dedication of lhe new Gibsons choir and congregation, went over to the  United   Church,   it  could  be  of   interest new church building on a bright sunny  to  think  back  to   the   period   of  life  of morning. They  assembled  in  a  circle  in  the Old Church betore plans for a new front of the church door. This  was the  church developed. The building occupied occasion   of   the   laying   of   the   corner-  the south end of the properly which is stone by Mir-Harey Chanter. The stone,  now the Pioneer Park. The highway hem- in the form of a tile, was boddod into the-  GIBSONS MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL  (1972)  LTD.  Sunshine Cotfst IHi^iwoy, Box 397, Phone 886-7411  I  top step to the left of the main door. The  hymn, "The Church's One Foundation"  was sung. Mr. Donaldson spoke a few  words suitable to the occasion and offered a prayer.v  Apart from the small house which  still stands next to the Church Hall,  there were no occupied houses in the  immediate vicinity. ,.Qne house across  Glassford' Road was in the process of  construction but the south side of True-  man" 'Road was still covered with trees.  med in the building On three sides. There  was a basement room which was used  as Sunday SchoM. This was a little below street level at the front and well  buried in tne hillside at the rear. The  Sanctuary' was above this, and was approached by about 10 steps at the northeast corner which gave access to a vestibule. There was also a door near the  rear of the building opening directly into  a room which served as minister's vestry  and choir Toom. Another door in this  room gave access to the platform, of the ^^������������'^ifeaiid-.'app'e&Tance' the church  church. ���  >������ 1.^1^.nfs" Svfe're complete. ;btitr viriside  no  Entrance to the basement was by a finishing /work .-had" beep doh'e.c. There  .door which opened from the Sidewalk was rough studding to mark the lpca-  in front of the building, or by a flight of tion. of rooms but ho wall board had  steps which led down from the church been added, no inside doors. However,  vestibule. The basement was a single two Weeks after the corner stone cere-  room except for the kitchen which also mony, the Sunday School decided to  served as, the furnace room. Kitchen move' into the new building and con-  ste-ve, furnace and, a small stove in the tinued to gather "there each Sunday,  main basement "room used wood and coal ' July 2nd, 1961 the last service was  ior fuel- held   in the mid   church. This  was  also  The basement room accommodated the  Sunday School, , the women's activities  and the church gatherings,'Some village  groups also made use of the room.  Mr. Donaldson's, last service as minister  at Gibsons. ���     .  'July "(HIC'10(11' Rev.W. M. Cameron,  with  his  I'umiJy, moved  into the manse  V  .���.Ii)..spUe,.pf,,.Ui^  ing  as  water" "drained"' tlie  Induction'' Service  for 'Rev. 'W.  M.  had  a  damp  feel  from the high ground at rear. After <the  highway.,, was, payed more ..water ran, .off  the blacktop and at times of heavy rainfall the floor could )n covered with  water. This condition occurred sometimes when the ladles had arranged for  Cameron  was  held  in  the new  church.  Rev,  H R, Ross,.pf....the First. Church,  Vancduver, and iS/Ir. Hurry Murphy, the  chairman of Burrard Presbytery were in  charge.  July   9th,   1067 Rev.   Cameron   con-  ��a,t,specia],igath,eripg4and^   '    ' --���'--��� )iew qi-mrg-j, Qnj pn jmle jotli, 1962 lho  Dedication Sorvlco was hold, ��,  '"Over the last 16 years, Ilirough goodwill, generous help of many frloncfs, and  the hard work of all members, from the  rough studding mentioned above hus  come whnl wc bollovo to ho a beautiful,, and .coi'tnjhly much loved, Sanctuary,  All the work nn'd sacrifices have brought*  and frustration resulted,  In the late 19.10*8 the church attendance was oh the Increase ns was Hint.of  the Sunday School, Rome classes meeting  ln the church. At, tills time too, tho  Blackball forry terminal was at Gibsons  ancl tho Sunday morning services were  Interrupted whon henvy trucks from tho  ferry, ground   up  the hill .alongside  of  I'.��iiif;i**.rJ..'*��-V'W��** m.f< ���* J*i'  tho church. At tlmen too,.the furnace Iri* t|K,|,. 0wn  reward  to  the CoiiKrtigatlon  Homo way provided Hmoko as woll as  hot4uliv,lwlndowH4,woUld,.bo,op6ned,+wUU  doubtful*benefit! The windows wevoiho  old Hash and frame typo with pulloyn  and cords and weights which hold lho  top sanh in place, On ono occasion In the  middle of thoservice, because of'execs-  slvo smoke, tjlio window cateh ,wi.h ro-  Ou.' efforts havo Indeed boon blessed,  , As, wo thln"cbncK;^q^  and tholr developments, wo remember  also the people who through the.vyenrs  have given of tholr best to promote  the ,faith ,and, wolfaro of i tho Church.1  Wo Know something of tho long list of  ministers who.havo given periods of thol.  Totally new. Top  speed nothing limits  class cafrmatch.  Something extraordinary in outboards  lias happened!. The 65-hp Merc 650.  Three Direct Charge cylinders for fuel  ..economy and low operating cost. An  . ,    exclusive new double*. tuned( exhauBt system  ' creates An extremely1 wide power band for rapid  acceleration and unmatched top-end speed in its class.  *By design, the Merc 6*50 is super-compact���lower;  narrower and lighter than competitive 65-hp models.  ',And;gives you all that's special about a Mercury:  .Thunderbolt ignit"on for easy starts and smoother  rpnning, Permn-Gnp spark plugs for longer life,  iV f* :it'--1^:"*w.,..***.t*��tM^i.^4.i^^^  JetTjProp exhaust  ��� for quieter running.  ^'drninlessicrankcoso.-A'>������������*���'-*������. ��� ,   ,        ,  ...'I��'e('..your Mfercury..  dpalor show you tho  extraordinary now  Moro 650. Nothing  quitd like it���or near  it���inniid��ran__o  outboard power.  ���_.  i^nfiWy .jMjWiiWtifcWi*^*l $.  mencury ^.,  co[iip!��(�� runn* ��t pownn *, 7% o,b, ro, .a, .o, oa,  110,1 l(i, M01*|>.I'nr n��nr����t lylvmury Ronlnj. t����Ilia  follow I'oHcii i��n��inr "owijonrJ Motarn," Maroury  Mnrlna Mmltml, P.O. Ilu�� .i\ti, mi��Im"mb��>  * goroni��)C��(.��M��.       '  A  .....  SSwnnS  mll)i��U;y Jo, Heryo���,tho  church and  lho  n't Vn n? ��� ,?5 S^^S ?.M?.    Eooplo ��l Gibsons and the_ West Howe  ���ihmmivkmi&iffflimww  mpmmwmmitmmmftt  \-  Mr. and Mr��. Barry Procknow  ���photo by PonlnsulR PhQlographorH  ,     .4,    .       ,i... .    j,.     ��.�� , J;��� ..m t ,n��,Tli   .fT  r^,,< ' r,  '77 f- '.   77'. 7  snnh bqck inlo place,  Around  thlir tlmo thoro was an  ln��  crqnfllng demand for'liotlcr facilities for  tho"Sunday School mid womon'n acllvl- '  tlos, Somo thoughts worq gtvon to tho  possibility of oxtondlng tho old building  but the.burial ,ground In tho mlddlo of  .'tho7prQpovly,��,pi'ccludcd .-any- nevvicoablo ���  dovolopmont thoro, Roma thought lhat It  would bo'"'a"'hilH'tftko to loavo  tho old  slto, but gradually tho possibility of fludr  ing a now 'loflullbn dovolopod, Sovcrnl  proportion w��ro looked ovor by a comi i  .mlttoo.boforo. Mr, All' ltltchoy found that,.  lotn on Trucman' Hond woro to becomo  , availablo, This Jed up to tho purchnso -  of Iho thrco lots whoro I ho church bnlld-  Ung��nQ,ww,8tnnd8.rAUthlR>tlmo.churcluox��,  lopslon wttHrbolng i>romotod by tho J"lx-  Ji^almxJ^omioiJ>jaau7ihfi gh\irclx.,^vm,cii-CT  couraged  by-this  body and  tho Home  Missions 'Board   lo   work   townrdH  tho  ' biiildlng of Vnow church,  A^tomdn*��lsln.rTOTn^  zt'd���liuUm*nioiUh.ol J'^bruHry^lOllOiftndw-i  ns r result lonns worn arranged wlth'Rx.  tension Council and tho Dank of Mont-  ���..rt.nl.,whlch,,enabled tho oxtorlor.of. the  Church and* Christ Inn Rducntlon Conlro  . to bo built.    ' '  (   ,   The  first  sod, v.m turned  by  Pro-  fosft'or  .Tamos   Ilcnrlcrfion   In   1000,   On  Juno 4. 10(11, after a fchbrl norvlch In'lho  ' ���       ���     -   ��� -vX'    ��� - '    ;  ordod have7 helped "tho Church along  through tho yqnrs and wo think of faithful, onca,,of,our own time who, havo been  called to higher sorvlco,  MISS BEE'S  Im i GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road-Sochelt .005-9066  Hallmark-Coutti cardi and wrappings,  ,Flno Entillih china cup�� and �����ucori.  Doutlqua items, local artliti palntlngi.  ^wpmpmm**mni*MW0mpwmtnmm04m99i49i9M4tm4m9iimmi9m  ^iWw^*4*wKWw44��p^^Mw��^^����4*f��i^^r4tisn(r.w����^��  JOHNSON  Outboard  Soles 8. Sorvlco  wwJDMC.Porr*,and Acccisorlc*  886-2812  Sechelt Home Service  " *    '  Box 636'  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechelt,. B.C..    7    '  Smittys Boat Rentals and Marina  ., ...On Iho.Wharf at,Gibsons ���,. M(1*  Phono 086-7711  imjiH'yy**^*'**^^*^  ��� jMorlno W��ys Qnd Complete Marino ,R��paIf  Modelra��Park-  ^i��timM>m��t*mm*  Phono 883-2248  MpMMVkMf*  ���������WWIWW.PWMIIIII IMI^HWI  Secholt Chnln Saw Centro Ltd.  Sechelt -  Phone 885-9626   mWMmi��-W��)^^  wmmmimimiii��im��  mmmtym<mhm<fm*im  WWO^Wjj &>_lll.H��t��V. f.l  mm9*mm*^mwimm^^**>*4mi  ���^  *ytvM��(����*ciw**w��*>M'"*-fl'W��^fl*-t *r*��nj"  wriw����wWW9aii <i>>M>|H  rtBywwwwiww^^ itj*i+>mmmimmmm'#m) X  Page B-6  \  &  e Peninsula T^mes  Wednesday, June 7, 1972  ������ * 7\   ,   7 ���  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy and  \Air  Force  Unit 357  by Adam McBride  War  Herdes  Series  No.  2  A MAN in our Unit stands out as iini-'  que simply because of the prefix  PMX before his old service number.  These letters designate service in the  Royal Navy, and, more important, in the  Submarine   Service!  JoTTri is a vice" president Of"Our Unit  and although he accepted the post with  some reluctance, has since shown an amazing liking for the job! But there appears to be some ^nissapprehension of  whatx the job of vice-president entails  because I have $200 worth of bills from  a Vancouver Book Store and on checking  them out, find that they were for the  purchase of "1 am Curious (Yellow)",,  "Sex. Life in the High Rent Districts",  "Sex Life in ��� the Low Jlent Districts",  "Sex Life in General", and one just simply called "Wow"!  These books have now been .marked  "lop secret" in our files until the president reads them. This is rather difficult,  because my wife has blackfelt-pencilled  out every word with less than 12 letters,  and has pasted cut-but dresses and pants  on  all  the pictures.  lielp Wanted - Male  Applications  are   invited  from- mature   individuals   interested   in  obtaining permanent steady employment in our Pulp Mill at Port Mellon.  The positions' available involve shift work in our production depart- x*  ments  (commencing  with  relief work and  progressing   unto classified  operating positions). . ���  Preference will  be given to applicants residing  ir. the area with  a proven stable work background.  Starting rate of pay is $3.80 per hour (increasing to $4.08]/2/hr.  on July 1/72). x  4.4"' .... y .... *- ���    Reply in person or writing to:��� (interviews conducted in A.M. only)  Industrial  Relations Dept.,  .      \ Canadian  Forest  Products  Ltd.,  Howe Sound Pulp Division,  Port Mellon, B.C.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  SORRY  Contenders  wmffiMffiti&c>m  call Mms���� ^yoXU"    Following a full day of sport, enjoyed    presented later are from left:   Col-  to be one of that elite, you must have    equally by spectators and athletes at    leen   Connor   Cindy    Jones,     Gary  been bom within the sound of Bow Bells    Roberts Creek School, contenders for    Guelph and Lyle Blomgren who all  in London. Probably the reason wb^ there   the grand aggregate awards to be    excelled in a number or events,  are so many cockneys is because sleep is  the last thing you get around there with  them bells  ringing night and  day. John  tells of  his  brother  going  to the doctor  and complaining about having 15 children  and   asking   what   could   be   'done.   The  doctor told him!  John's brother said  "It  ain't   that,   Doctor;   it's   just   that   every  night I holler to my wife over the clanging  of  the  bells,  "Shall  we  go  to  sleep  now   oi-   what."   and   she   always   hollers  "What?" 7 '" :    7  Because of - the tremendous number  of hock shops in London, John hit upon  the brilliant scheme of heading East to  collect all the old cannon balls from the  battlefields of Europe and then to sell  them to pawnbrokers, in trios, for shop  signs. Owing to a badly infected right  thumb he could only hitchike to the left  and finished up in Liverpool. Because  of the daily bombings, Burning buildings  and the much higher price of fish and  Ll^^^tf4)hn:i*Pa44ggMJ-SQro.p.thing wa---:' amigg  Going up to a man in blue who he mis-  took for a "bobbie", John asked mm tor  directions. The man in blue obliged him  but asked him to "just sign for the  note I've given you." "Gotch yer!"  Posted immediately to Fleet Air Arm,  John complained about heights, saying  every time he got high he got dizzy.  They fixed that .quickly enough by transferring   him   to   the   Submarine   Service.  John, even today, speaks bitterly of  having to go on leave wearing a diver's  helmet and swim fins. In tears, he talks  about going across- -Hyde Park in-- this  apparel,  followed  by  four or  five  amor-  .....      ,1..,.!,.,       ..      ��� .!,�����<      ��.. ������'.,! ���.."         Criticismrrebuttal . .t~~ -  uyor Peteran replies  to Chamber of Commerce  BUDDING political candidate and chair-    concluded with' "We urge the..Council to  man of the Gibsons and District Cham-    spare   no  effort  in  making  its  planning  hpr nf Commerce, at last regular meeting    study public, should it not be complete at  of the  Chamber,  headed  a "group  which     this writing,  then^v-pai-tial release���con=-  sought to discredit village council. ; corning   those   areas   that   are   complete  Mike  Blaney suggested that  slowness     would. be oi immense  value."  'by   council   regarding   certain   situations^, .     Asked later for comment, Mayor Wal*--  was a "chronic case of rank procrastina-4^__]y  Peterson said "it is  very unfortunate  part's blessing, then it will be made  available for public study and' will go to  a public hearing. Any objections by Victoria will, of course, mean more delays  but this is out of the council's hands.  As to the boat ramp, this, was a project some years ago of the Chamber-but  Council has always co-operated financially at request of the chamber. Some  months ago the chamber asked for further co-operation in order to reconstruct  the .ramp and at that time it was agreed  to consider during next budget. Accordingly, $4000 was included in the recent  budget. Further, council has arranged  for engineering to be" carried out on a  voluntary basis. Alderman Winston Robinson has arranged for a Cat. to do the  grading. Black-topping is expected to be  carried out about. June 12. "I would think  council has done more than its fair  share toward- this- chamber /project" commented Mayor Peterson.  Aldermen Charles Mandelkau and  Winston Robinson both expressed surprise at the attack launched against  council,. particularly in light of past good  relations that existed. Each were of the  ^ew-^at-thesL-ffi^^ deal of their  Due to the present backlog of orders, it is regretted we are unable to accept further orders  for custom hunting crossbows  until  the first  week in September.  Bookings For Orders From That Date On  Can Still Be Made  ALLEN-SINCLAIR CROSSBOWS  Gibsons  886-2291  /  Now HI  time on behalf of the village and do so  to the best of their ability "it is very  easy for others to sit on the sidelines and  criticize",  added  Aid.  Mandelkau.  Businessmen   requiring   term   loans   for   sound  Jnifiiness7.pi.ir.pn's.fiR   arft   invitp.ri   to   discuss  their  t-  tion". His attack appears to have e'nvolv-  ed from two or three matters which for  various reasons have taken council rather a long time to resolve.  Planning was a major complaint and,  it was claimed, has been on the board for  two years or so. It was felt that the plan-  that the previous friendly relations between council and the ��ehamber have  been disrupted". He said that the planning study has indeed been under way  for two years but is a long range matter  which will affect future development, of  the community for many years to come.  and  uus  clucks,   a  crackpot    soapboxer  three very  wary, policemen.  The magnificent act that John never  mentions is how, submerged and under  depth-bomb attack, the captain decided  to pull the old submarine trick of shooting some refuse and oil out of the sub  so that when the debris came upon the  surface, the attackers would think they  had  sunk  the  sub.   *    .  Hastily equipped with three cartons  of Oxo cubes; some dirty girlie magazines and a beanie cap with a.spinner on  top, John was bunged into a torpedo tube  and shot lo the surface.  '���"-*- As it turned out, the ship- was '/'not'  under attack but wah lying submerged in  the area used for clumping by the LiverpoolGargage Scow Co, --'���.-  Collecting his discharge gratuities  which won; very large, (John had boon  puld differently than the rust of the  ci-ow because,' being still douf from Bow  ���lkMlsrhe-alwayKfcmlsRocl*,tho'',cllvc,,*hoi'ir'-'  and being loft on clock, had. lo swim  buck (u pi^rt ior".\vlilch, hu, w'uh , paid  m'ilouKo)' ho came to Cimud'v hi'li)(M, Hln  bciJtul.iri.il wil'o finally broke- him of tho  extraordinary habit, wl.au Homoono flush-  ocl Ihu toilet, of running around the house  tdammliig clours uluit and hollorlna "Dlvol  pi vol  Diva!"   " 7    '   7   7'     ;,;, ���*  7'Ahl yoH, sorvlco momorloH ��� clio hard  and evon today it in polfinunl to watch  iih, .tooth equipped  with Mao  Woptfi,  ho  nihg���study   should -have- been   released    Therefore,  a  great  deal   of thought.��a^d  er  cri'ti-     discussion has. To go into cverys-aspetj^of  long ago for public perusal. Othe  cism was levelled at inaction regarding  subdivision proposals and also slowness  'in .completion of the boat launching  ramp, a Chamber project.  Letter   to   council   expressing   Chambers concern and signed by Mr. Blaney  the study. This has meant humeVoiis*  meetings with the planner together \#ith  countless revisions. Final draft was expected early this week which, if approved  by council, then goes to Victoria for approval.   Once   it   returns   with .the   De-.  LASTING FRIENDSHIP  A sponsored foster-child of the Unitarian Service Committee was recently  invited to.Jake part in b Mbabane, Swaziland, radtio program called "Moth-ei^s  Hour". The girl spoke clearly and confidently about *life in general in the Hlati-  kiilu Girls Home, and remarked "We will  never, forget our sponsors, "our parents"  in Canada who are helping us so much."'  needs at the IDB office recently opened in  North Vancouver... . IDB can lend to almost all  types of business���manufacturing, tourism,  wholesale and retail trades, construction, agriculture, professional services, etc. '���   ..   *  Ask for our booklet.  Hopkins Landing . . .  Jr. Sabot Sailing Club  registration7 day June 10  CHILD SAFETY  Consumers' Association of Canada reports that the latest figures show a 7.8  per cent increase in infant and toddler  car accidents since 1968. Parents are reminded that baby car beds are never to  be used as safety seats and that belly-  band harnesses are unsafe.  INDUSTRIE  BMlBPhKHlBM  Manager���R. W. Gray  145 West 15th St., North Vancouver, B.C,  Tel.: 980-6571  Economic  gain seen  SATURDAY, Juno 10 is registration day weeks,   Young  people   wanting   to   take    T���E ug   bconomy is in,lhe  ���-���������*���* f 5,.���������'young sailors wlsliiiig'to'take" the lessons must" be between tlie���"'ages of "10"'*'   j^idst' o*c" a "solid and rather  ���three week sailing course offered by the and Hi years. Must be able to swim 50    vigorous expansion'" now and  Junior   Sabot   Sailing   Club   ut   Hopkins yards and must havo u D.O.T. approved    gj^uid  match  tho Nixon  ad-  Landlng. ..life jacket,  It is also hoped  that  most ,,ministration's forecast for all  Fli-Ht~genornl��mceUna-(jf~^  formed club was held on M��y 31 In Q  sons KlemeiiUu'y ,Sohoql whoro,, an ontnu  slastic gimip of young;-.tors and somo' phr-  onu*. turned out to (Uhoush llio Hummor  Hailing course and also nee tho fascinating film of IU footers racing In Sydney,  AuMtrallu.,  ,   Mrs, M. Grande, a qualified in.struol.or,  "who' formerly  luu..lH at tho West "Vancouver Yacht Club will bo instructing tho  ���ballitiiirwlillb hirKramopluinoh  "Uui,d  of, Hope and Glory",  Although   Mr,   Uoyllnjj     will   bo   in  ojuu'ga uf���til| Aquatiu rauon on our plonlo,,  1 do not iiforob with \\\.   choice ol" Bro- ,  the Canadian YauhtjuK Ai-woolutlon and  therefore the courso will follow their  Hlundardfi.   "'"H-sIh Tlrni course will offor baslo sail-  ing and upon fullfllimont of tljo require-    inonltt, nUkIoiiIh  will  roce'vo  {ho C\Y,A,  ,  Sbb'ymi all 1,1 Llio Country unci Wotu7 Standard"T corllflcatb; Tho ubVmiu~ wm-'  urn ���Jamburou on Juno JHth,  : inonooH .July M and will run for throe  IhurV.  Park .for tho ovontH.  Sook.lt,  to  r'��hi, ..Jj>l��_-, find, "Wolchor,,.C(.ckr  own .sabots,  "Hours of registration on Juno 10, outside Super Valu Store, Sunnycrest Plazo,  Gibsons will bo between 10 a.m. and 3  p.m, l-'eq for tho courso will bo $20 for  ono child or $30 for a family. As tlifcro  aro a number of children who would llko  "lo take the -courso but are not able to  provide, boats It would bo .appreciated if  anyone who owns a sabot or similar  small boat would consider lending it to  rtho 'dub for thrco-weokH.Tho-Club would  ' tj>Ito"riiipohslbi 11ty ror"lobkliVgw?nl'tor any  bouts borrowed and, would repair any  dunu-.i-4.QS. if such ocourod,  , Adults lintorostodln forpiintf,an adult  sailing club should contaot Mr, Graham  May how at tlio Gibsons Bunk of Mont-   real, ,. iiis. ,_,/,..���, ���,. , ., ���.,,���,���_ ,���,_..,,..,_  For further Information or boat offers,  ploaso uu 11 Mrs, Dolly IflgwV at (1110-2402,  *Hi'-'*Wft*<*rl��(.  inont's  chief    economist said  recently.  '"'"""EJclg'cir"'" R.'''" Pledlor','"' nsBlslaiit'"  Treasury .secretUry for economic policy, told newsmen  that tho economy Is undergoing u spreading oxpantllon,  w,ltlv consumer spending show*  Ing signs���', of..picking up, Ho  sidd tho administration should  make itsgoul of reducing uhp  employment-from O.O-porcontt  to 5 jiorociiit by tho o'osq 6l tho'  year.    .,,,,,,,,.���.,. ,   - ,.  NotreE  *sar.  control Jbook  4    NEW    booklet    "Gottlng"1  �����^i')own"��i**to*^*Eu.iih|^d0''^l1H^  wllh  th$? problomn ol'  -hoJIcV-  wusto  dlspoHul, and. air  nnd N  water pollution, has boon published1 by Hunk' of Anio'i'lcn,  Tho a.wlrbnmQnthl 'timid-  book, wrlttQfi for tho luymiui,  was put togotltoi' by tho in-  voHtmoul-HeourltloH division of  the.. bunkw.U ���. analyses ���muJor���.  sources, offeels and possible  solutions' nnd tliclr posts, for  somo of today's onvkonmoidul  probloms,  i   "Oottlnn  Down   t��  MmbUi,"  llthoai'fi|)h()(l on 100 poruonl,  'miyolod ' piipor, isonlnliiK ��� a  'cupNult. .hlHlory   of-tho   Hun  I'VuiH'Inro J lay oil ' (iplll and  .���aft^nrllulo��.roportU>Hl~<u.nniJOR  bronkll'irouHli iu lliu cloai'ilUK  of oil-fovorc^l birds.  ^A.^^^UiLi'M"11'l'olt \\hn '  uiiUorlaUon ,, lo produce "inTT  IiooKh, which provides a gen-  Btudcnt-ofMhccnvlrmiTncnti*  l^tOMOIMjvUHA^r^'tV  . Ever Chanplnfl Scono ;     ' - *;    ,    ."     ���������    ���  At l'lrHt.HlHht It ..would ai'))H.Mii; tlutt   'Himrco, ilio, lioinoH, ��� aro on \n\mp   oMioniuHlmiimkii'lotl'lo IIiu-UINoiih  houfJoH m i;oln��>\\\* on Ihu (.'Ibta-mi ..umilMnu.romovol to ��.nolhl fo,mi(ln-/-uro�� tluriiw ruuont wuoHh;   ���/  . v  7, whw-l. HUiw.ovoiP, lw(l Im M\ y^t *Uwt   'Uo��, Ttyoy aro l)ut t\vp,6t-a.number    fp,(i ��� s...   ��� \,   .        .��� ,./    ;<   .  ,. ' . , i, ,        . ' .     .   1   .    4,   r     ,    I '     . 1        ,       <    | |   '    " ' '   ��       ill    .     '   I       ,�� I . ��� , ��� ��� ',   I .     r   , Ml 1 III H,  NEW SPORTS  .  ,  * S p o r t y slip-ons linvo de-  omphusl^,ed,., * l,ho' liurdwiiro'1  louohoH, Traditional inoouusliiH  Mooni lo' stick prlmui'lly with  ujuslo id-yllnt., 'or' put'liupu add  U7 IuUkoI on1' lUHlo. " ',  F,��f(iH-Wttw^'if 1 witmMe1i.fi. tr>i^'l^|'|!i|'4l<��iW^**^*^fl^iJlSfili-V^P*J.WtM^^fe.^^hififeW.H^*yl*^M*jrti.*iVt-")S*Wi1Wlrw��(r*MWlft��i*ill#lj-i(F.|i*M��!pl(l**. t'$'\Ph.__ ,*^&#ir-*^^��^iw����Sfji*HS*l��(ai.aM'.>(��iN*3i*|.-|.,  GFINQUiRY  Take notice that, pursuanVto Section 14 of the Pollulion Control Act,  11967 the Director of the,Pollulion Control Branch .will hold a public  inquiry,commencing at 9:30 a.m.on November 7,1972 at tho'Ch/rlsllan  Education Centre, 421 St. Paul Street, Kamloops, British Columbia.  The Ih^uiryij^JieinF lie ,  and t<^ determinerthe, nieasnres which must bo adopted |by tho food'  processing, ahd agricultural oriented industries ns well as those remain-  ipg sectors of;lndus.try.Jn.British,Columbia whichJiQVe,nqt yetbeon���.tho,,,  subject of such'an Iriqulry/for the eolitro) of discharges to water and/pr  land and/or^alrto satisfactorily ensure that pollution will not bo caused  - in accordance with tho Pollution Control Act,'������1967-i��� ���    ���    .���,,,.,.,w. ���,,,,  on, or before September 15, 1972, nnd tfro invited-from persons or  orBonizatlops proposing to attond tills inquiry.,,        ,.���,,m^,,.,,, ,. ,.,.,���  As provided. In the Pollution,Control Act, 1967, lho Director will determine his own procedures, for lho Inquiry and this may require giving  , of additional evidence under oath by anyone who has made a, submission In accordance wllh this Notice, .Only ovlcfonco'pertaining to matters  .���of a technical naturo relevant to tho Inquiry and-falllng wltl.iin tho intent  ,   of tho Pollution.Control Act,.1967,may bo presented at the Inquiry. ,  , i  An Information- Sheet elaborating upon the torms of reference and  procedures lo assist interested parllo!* In ll;io preparation and sijbmiss|oli  of briefs for lho Inquiry Is avallab|o upon request from lho undorslgnocl,  ' ' ' i  Tut riiiiccrbR o. pou.utio's cpntr^i. ��kangu' ''.'''    '���'.'"���.���  , .  VVA'ltH RtSOURCtS RtRVICIl  ^TARLIAMENrnUILDINCSTr  VICJORIA, ARITISH COLUMBIA        .(   '  ' ���    '" W. N. Vcnablos'j'p. Eng.'"  ���^--^-plfe��tor"f,��||utl��n--Conifo|-��'iii����n-?l��-  DaIocI: M��y 19,1972  ���**H**wpwiwr��i^i'*w'ir'wiwr*r'1  **.Sl�� ���nRPARTMKNT,or.T.ANn8,3FOR?BT8, My WATRR KKSOURGHS  MM WATKR RR80URCKH BKKVIGK       ,  V^g&l'OLLUTiON CONTROL JDRANCM, VICTORIA, M.C".      .  ��WW*l*i��!��i��^^  tfti MAi.1>M (."ittlrliU �� v*** l> l  ���w*Hmm**mmit<w4m  **fy9A**#kwMm  2' i\ \f-  1/  1 '   ' k*      '    ' I     ' < , '77   '       K'l'     '! . .  <��� r|    -ir '�� ��   <   ,|r��|r^M|'"i"   *   *     |r,����*M 1/ f>', ',, '   4\ity .fk^f^lit* t   tft, M< ( ���' ) I I*  * ,.f  1\ *  * ���,'��� '*  (''   "��� ��� it'  j  t 1��� ��,\ ���,#*���   \ I,     . ,      i ., ,.,n   n vrttyJ,1'  7 .   ,,'   * ���' .  ', / '���    '    i V11      "    , i        ' i.i  '.   '      (   t   �� *l <i 4t m  il      l\ .  , \ '  ��� .MIA  A ,t.  ���**��#!   . .    ,4   4 A  tt *.   ,,  M^nyiw^wwliwWMiiw,lwiw.^lWHrW  ,,   ,    lr    .<*,Art,$*Al.At0l*f*HH..*t*_m#*. 4fc>��..  ��a^<**^jjgBfiW^; ''"*'  Wednesday, June 7,. 1972 The Peninsula Times    N       $&_��.$��  P, V.7SIRVICES LTD.  AULING  1 iCi^^a 1 %_w\  i  DIRECT ALL  ENQUIRIES TO:  Office Hours 8:30 a.m.  to 4:30 p.m.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs tq Sell Bent, Buy, Swap, etc.  R<Sfcufpef��  ���-One of the-mew^ strenuous events in  track is the 80(fmetres which Brenda  Filion completed in 2 min. 53 sees in  the junior girls event at Pender.  Neat Flip  The picture   of co-ordination, June La tit year, June took tlie event with  Crosby makes  sttre. her toes don't 4 ft 5 ins. Spectators thoroughly ;en^  ���    ��� -  - -��� --     ���- ���     ���-���������������    0rgj.niz��i  News Notes  tfip th;e bar:, as she .soars' over 4. ft  iiuns in the Senior'Girls' high iump.  joyed the (lay    of well  events.  STILL  travelling  Lawson   l'eally  about the world Gary  enjoyed a month's  visi": lo London town, then on to'Brendon,  Holland, in Amsterdam he looked up  friends he had met' on We o'tfte'r side of  the -World. Gary was {hrilfed \vfih the  size and perfection of the windmills in  the Netherlands? His plans were to travel  from Amsterdam to Frankfurt, then down -  throdgh   Switzerland   to' Italy     to   visit  'friends.there,, plane from Luxemburg, -fly  yia' Iceland 'to arrive home in July or  August. ~    . :-.   ...���;���_  .j  -       y  ��� " Ti'o other travellers .still in New Zealand are Mr. Jimmy Stock-well and Mr.  Clyde Higginsoh. Recently moved from  Auckland down to Christ Church and  claim   the   further   South   they   go   the  ���^���friendlier--.the   people   get.   So   friendly,,,  they, seem unreal.  V/hile, in Auckland Clyde had a job  welding on the barges there and received his boilermaker's ticket. For six  weeks the two fellows picked apples.  During this time they also������ went to an  island to pick cockles and mussels for  themselves declaring they tasted, somewhat   like   our   ousters. '  Clyde   now   has   a   job   wfelding   and  ���by Peggy  Connor  Hospital" will"  hoid" its   next'7 'meeting  Thursday, June, 8th At St.. Hifda's Church'  Hall ��.at!.27p.Pv' new.- members jyyelcpme  there are other areas fo' work oilier than  extended care7.se>. 'if-.'that isn't; your' cup.,  of tea perhaps', there! is another area;of  interest  to yot-..    ....  HOUSING SOCIETY '.-.".  The annual general meeting of . the,  Sunshine ��� Coast. Senior City Housing  Society will: be. held* ;Friday, June-9.il,  at   8   pm. -at   St.* Hilda's   Church   Hill,  SECHELT AND DISTRICT CHAMBER Of COMMERCE  Seeks volunteers to operate the Chamber of Commerce  Sechelt's Tourist Information Bureau.  PLEASE CONtAGT-  Morgan Thorhpson at 885-93^0  or...... .,..-;..  John Thomas qf ^85^444 .  11.I1H 'win  h0��?��irig^tl^r: foi^awriS^te^iiv   poulos^lso-caine first in the hu^  tM*;#fe77jiM^ ,   , ,.7';'7*'.*7'V-.���"������-    ^2:y>  MS M��"i 7jl*^ dies.  ..___..!._t\t ������J���4!^..j^J_lJ..^ :..���_:���ir-iJJ���8^tuMtfJIIUllUI^U!Mai^4lllfa'iiMfet'��.|    ^!>y:  Happy landing,  -Piiltlnfi hor boot foot forward, .Sua-   Ins leap in 1lio Junior fllrlfl' Qvent ���  Juinc! SlSJJd miklS �� nleo 13 ft 4   during Pondor IHRhtra^mo^.  Jimmy  is  working  for  a  company   that  has the contract for cleaning the officers'  quarters   in   the   biggest   army   camp   in  New   Zealand.   Finding   it  quite   an   experience   working   for   the   army.   They  have' rented a house and purchased  bicycles as the" country is very flat making it marvellous for cycling.  ;... They   will   be   in   this     down-urvder  country until Sept. 28th the date of (heir ',  booking oh tbe Canberra- which will take _  them   to - Australia.   The   French   "Fire-,  -cracker", due ..to go. off. in the Pacific is  .causing great concern and the New Zealand government has refused to let any  French plafies land there until they^call.  off their bomb. Good'for t'hern.  Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sfockwell'.s guests  for t'lH'e  Weekend  fat daughter  Are'lee's   .birthday  celebrations ���  .were.,, Shannon's.. ���  folk's' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cowan 'from  North1 Vancouver. ;  PAflTY NIGHT  ,,.,���7,.���Friday night,,,wns  another  party,,. nt ,  the extended euro unit of St. Mary's Hospital.   Mr,   Chris   Millwnrd   the   activity  ���ptdG vwMh 'Ui07 holpv7Qf7 hif^ < prfUs^Ua->rh��d    *.  gaily decorated tho lounge with streamers  and   balloons,   Much   in   evidence,  were  some of the -articled, that have* been* maclo    .  during  thp  day.   As   these   are  finished  they tire' placed  in tho gift shop on the  main floor whore they may be purchased,  .the money going to the artist,  .'   7  ���< '���E^tertflinmont.i��^for-**the��'Qvoning��*.waR-������*��  Mr.  Brian  Young  ft.   N.  head  nurse  on  Uio^ ncnto euro  floor,  Brinn's  slnghif;  as  ho iVccdW'Va'nibiFi"'lilmflolf on'tho'' f.difar Is  a delight to listen to. Ho can. bo unnlly  heard  nnd  yot  his voice  falls softly  on  Ihe ear. His ropoi-loiro of-HOngH nro very  popuUir   wllh   Iho   pntlenls     nnd   their  frlonds,, ���������< ��� "  The Si-duill Auxlllnry.i wan h.odlOHp, for  Ihp evenlni., Tlu.w In ullll ii ik.o,I for  more vohmWwrt to glvo two Inhii'h of  their time ImilUovery.-wcok;.or-ovory -,��  Hocond wool*;, bhoo n,imo'nth1',lir llio'1 morning or .iho. afternoon, Tho foil���, In. lho .  oxlondod core unit of our hoHpltal are  fun lo bo wllh, .HomotlmoH. thoy ,nood. ��  littlo holp with rt projoo). or'."'tbpyllko1  Bomo onoi to talk to and toll thpm whnl  Ifl going on In tho oornmuhltyj play a  gamo of oardfi, or bowl; '.TurI/ taking tho  tlmq to (jonvorno with a patlont gnu  make hln day.  Ing thin, cull lho voluntooi* dlroetor Mrn,,  Peggy Connor 0(15-0347, If you Tool*it tn  your,duty to coma don't call, It In Important that you wlnh to volunteer.  TWo thhigH you miifit bnvo���-mi X-ray '  nnd hft i\ morfihor of a flpflpltnl Auxiliary  to St. Mnry'fi, CMl-ln, flftonn and up who  fool thoy might like to holp for tho mi in-   *  mcr- or Weokenditare vory-welcome,*' Con-���-  taot your local .Auxiliary. Join wHh.lhoni,   ���  phono iho above numbor nnd tho director  will glvo you tho phono ���numhor of ,tho ,  chairman of,tho Auxiliary In your nock  of tho woods.    Tho Socholt Auxiliary to SI, Mary'a  Svchelt.;       .     '   .    -  IN 6RIEF  Mrs. Anna Neilsen returned to Red  Deer, Alberta on Sunday after spending  tho week in Sechelt visiting- her late  brothers,- Mr. la-���Hansen's- family.-- -^ .-     -  Sunday morning at 10. a.m. it was a  baby hoy for Mr. and Mrs. Terry Booth,  of  Sechelt.  Recently, Mr. Wally Guenther from the  Fraser Valley "caught a 36 pound spring  sa.nuni \vhile fishing aboard the charter  boat "Chinook" of the Chinook 'Charters.  The salmon he proudly took home to  prove to his wife he can catch a big A  one. The codfish caught the same day  was prepared for him and his party by  the chef at Lord Jim's lodge where they  were staying.  Last Sunday I had a fair idea how he  felt when I. caught my first big. salmon,  18 pounds of fighting fish taking 1 hour  and 20 minutes to land, also oh to the  decks  of the  "Chinook".  SUNS!  Se^inV fhej teSi'ttents of the Stini^irife 4Hasi  P.O. Box 375  SECHELT  Wharf Road  SEGHELT  PHONE  885-9551  Life Insured.  Earn Dividends,  (Chequeing)      ACCUffftf ��  Low Service Charges���Iittefesf Earned df 5%.  TERM DEPOSITS -  One Year.  Earn  Interest at 6%.  Walter Safety says,  "fell .out mother  fa'the' mal yotf want  to leant lo stfifri tiOW."'  1  1  ���  I  1  1  Withdrawable on demand; if less than one year,  interest at 5%.  OFFICE HOURS:   10*00. AM.  TO 4:00 P.M.  Tuesday to Saturday  ;^M*��M��MMHMMHMHmH  ��� ���^���������MMlMa  ��� HMMM^HHMM'Haiafi*  mmmm_m-mml  tmmti  >  nd go places  fl*!.* f. N>-S4n^��S'-ff ��l*i Mmi*,y4  in^eaiitlfiJl  British Columbia  j.<wv*v*  * M        ��4wi".jM,|..v.-<**'***am^w*w��>^*��>yiAy��"j.��a  *    4     * * '     .  '   i " A  1 t     _.   tt  tlftl        _ *  . _ ^    _ #*>]  v* ,'/      X'"    "       �� * *�����*   ^^ft   "��'1  ���*      - <��� "    ��� ' i%$  l-VI���**"   ��������� ��� "���'.������ ���-      ..���" - -i*  j__  For exciting holiday variety., your  home province has Hall. From big  city fun In Vancouver to relaxing  ranch llfo In the Cariboo^ From  historic sites like Fort Steele tci  natural wonders like the Fraser  ''"Canyon. FromwarmrsEtriciy boRC he$  to magnificent mountalh reaches, '.  country ^chances are you'll find  It right In youf own back yard.  "Vowdollartwortli mow lit home*  Department of f^Aveu mwmi  Hon; w. K, Kiflrnarii Mlrilntor  R, b. Worloy, Poputy Mlnlator  w  :iit**M**��s>*ffliVes=*tw^'fS .*#t t^nji>:  mtf^mimm.'^tii^m  myt,f>:i.fll*H.V��*w��k  _m  Fpr Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure .  -ZjMUJIC^TT^UNTRHWtE-W  he Other Guys"  Saturday and 9unday:  UOBSfER TAILS  ;ene  Always EhioyaH^LIglit arid Easy  mm  PRIME RIB ROAST  :   r2:^Sr22'';   .''  WITH -Alii. THE TRIMMINGS  "5!30*TKIiCft"8:0O-p-.inr  Sundays Only  PIZZA  Served In Pining;,Room  I  CABARET.^9 P.M; ��i IS^O A.M.  1.   ' .   ������        i'' ..' ��� ' .    2   ,   1   .  /"';"'SK^:;. 2l"f  la  oUinut_ cifmounqe  SOS  ate  eninAM  ������ti-  mmmMm^m^m^^m  mmmi}m��mm$*fm  W-#)iiWftMl]Wli8*^^  f^m^mm^mm^^^1^  *fp-BWiseWiffe*'^^  k   a * A A f*. * ** d  wluiattwt^wwwwtiiww^^  ��>^)W<liwWBIW#����^^  l***kil  ' .  mmi90mmiH'>>mrmm��t^*i��i>''!l* A*  /  . , A  _V  Sechelt Elementary .  Sfchool  inB.C Z  rqte high  Track & Field  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 7, 1972     s    ,  4 ...���    *..��� ������- r ^  k^Artif*:���,7j..'  *     * ���     * c ,'  '._**.*.....%*___.  77'^   .��� '- V..v.\.v ;.���,..,'V-7 ;'*.''������ Vi',V. fc>./*^u.��L.:..*~'���* '���i7'*"'-^':A^*i-;7.:;^7 7;^i*'7"1  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ,  . -     ; ���         '. :���:���t-  ���by Mary Tinkley  ARCHIE Rutherford is off the critical  list and is making satisfactory progress in St. Mary's Hospital. It will be  a while before,he is able to return home,  . but he is most optimistic and is already  planning his first fishing trip. During his  illness, Rob Wilkinson has stepped into  the breach as courier for the rural route.  Guests, of Mrs. Ruby Warne are her  brother, Darrow Casey of Trail, with  his wife Shelah. Last summer when Mr.  Casey was visiting his sister, he had a  narrow escape from drowning when his  Valley     Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  -Available  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine Coast* Highway  885-2812  12 ft. aluminum boat capsized in a high  sea and was in" the water for some time  before he was picked up by a passing  cruiser. At the Time of going to press,  with gale force winds forecast, Mr. Casey  is determined to get a salmon to take  back  to Trail with him.  Guests of the Anton Kadins at Eureka  are Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Anderson -from  Sweden. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson lived in  in Vancouver for about 30 years, but  returned to thei* native Sweden fourteen years  ago.  Mrs. Freda Rhoades was at her cottage  last week with guests her nephew George  Milne, his wife Thelma and their daughters Tami and Wendy of .Vancouver.  They proved to be perfect guests, putting  in several hours on the woodpile.  *  Visiting Mrs. Blanche McCrady last  weekend were her son Frank and his  family  from  Coquitlam.  The biggest mistake in buying a bike  is getting the wrong size. A rule of thumb  method for frame' size is your inside leg  measurement, from crotch to ground,  minus   10  inches.  Which  Way  Which- way to the finish line gets a  bit confusing in.an obstacle race so  cunningly devised as this one, but  Roberts Creek primary students  managed to sort it out during Friday's track meet which everyone  enjoyed.  Pinio League enters  end of season iinals  PINTO League will bring the- season to  a close with the finals on June 18th  on- the grass ��� playing field at Gibsons  Elementary School. In the meantime  play-offs continue as follows: $-  Wednesday, June 71h: Pender at  Voyageurs;; W. Creek at L&K; Sechelt  (bye); Beavers at Port Mellon; Langdale at Boommen; Sidewinders (bye).  Sunday, June1 11th: W.C. at Pender  Harbour;   Sechelt     at   Voyageurs;   L&K  (bye);  Beavers  at. Boommen; Pprt.._Mel-;  lon at Sidewinders;  Langdale (bye).  Wednesday, June 14th: Voyageurs at  Wilson Creek; Sechelt at L&K; Pender  Harbour (bye); Boommen at Port Mellon; Sidewinders at Langdale; Beavers  (bye).  IN COMPETITION with seventeen  schools,-Sechelt Elementary " School  was- placed in the top five at the B.C.  Zone track and field finals which took  place'.in Powell River on Saturday, May  27th.  Sixteen athletes travelled from Sechelt  with their coach Mr. Jim Gray-for competition in three classes, Tyke (8-9 yrs);  Peewee   (10-11   yrs);   and  Bantam  (12-13  yi's).   . , '  Three hundred and twenty-five youngsters participated in- the all day. event  and it was great experience competing  against some of the best athletes in British Columbia. Over the course of the  afternoon, the Sechelt Elementary track  team which was the smallest group, showed exceptionally well placing very high  in the grand aggregate. Top performers  were: N  Tykes:   Brad   Rodway   2nd   shot   put,'  '4th zoom, 3rd broad jump. Kevin August  3rd shot put, 4th broad jump.  Pee, Wee: Tommy Saunders 3rd 800  m., 2nd broad jump (14 ft 1 ins.), 1st  high jump (4 ft 3 ins.). Gary Benner  4th  100 m.  Bantam: Lois Paull 1st shot put. Kelly Bodharek 1st discus (66 ft 2 ins.). Stu  Craigen 1st 1500. m. Gord Waters 3rd  shot put. Kathy Oike 3rd high jump.  Colleen Casey 5th 100 m. Kelly Bodnarek  4th  100 m. Billy Charlton 5th 100 m,*.  Entering mostly for experience' sake,  all the athletes deserve congratulations  on their fine showing amongst top calibre competition.  From the 325 entries in the- Powell  River Zone finals, 51 entrants qualified  for the B.C. Finals.  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