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 Regional water system  West Sechelt extension  NINSULA  WATER Committee Chairman Lome  "Wolverton, reporting at* last meeting  of the Regional Board, said' that the Regional System has now combined with  West ; Sechelt and plans, are underway  for .necessary  improvements.  In orde*? to provide water to the upper heights of West Sechelt it is proposed  -t^-puT-ehase-and���^irislaIL.-a--��iQ.cist��l:���_.piim;p.  "it   will  be  necessary   to  carry   out  this  also had a request from the Highways  Department suggesting that all lines  x crossing the highway be installed before  repaving takes place - wHh the reconstruction program already well underway. He explained that it will probably  be necessary for the Board to. shoulder  cost of such installations and recover it  as   connections   are   requested..  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthdms Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay,  Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove,  Egmont  1 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Union    "S*��   Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9 No. 24" ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1972  work   by,   summer,"   said   director   W61  verton.  It was- also reported that a  has been received for extension of the  water system to the Redrooffs Road cutoff. However, "insufficient number of  users exist at this .time to waVrant the  expenditurev involved. The request, was  rejected.  Director  Wolverton said  that  he  has  CLOSED   DUMP  Director Bert*��Slade', Garbage Committee Chairman, reported that his commit-  request.  -.tee had given consideration to the idea of  I  POOR SERVICE  ��� Sechelt and District Chamber of" Commerce, received complaints at its last  meeting that food service on the Langdale and Earl's Cove ferries left much  to be desired. It was agreed to register a  complaint with the. Ferry Authority  OVERDUE  Secretary Treasurer Charles Gooding  reported at last Regional Board meeting  that���accounts���outstanding���for WH-  closing off one of the regional garbage  dumps and puttrng aip a gate which  ��� would be opened to the public on one  or two. specific days each week. It was  felt that this might help "control dumping and facilitate easier maintenance. At  the present time people are dumping indiscriminately within ,the confines of the  dump and making it difficult for 't,he  official contractor to unload methodical- -  ly. Maintenance therefore is proving both  difficult and costly.  Directors on the whole were not in  favor of closing dumps but director Slade  said he had in mind to possibly close  the Gibsons dump, on a trial basis. On  days that it would be opened a man could  be on hand to control operations.  Director Cliff Thorold said it is his  view that fencing of a dump simply  encourages indiscriminate dumping "this  has been proved elsewhere", he added.  Director Wolverton agreed and commented that he himself drives to the damp  on such occasion that he forgets to put  out refuse? He suggested the -contractor  be asked to clean up the dump each week  rather than every two weeks. Mayor  Wally Peterson said that this is what  council  had to do when it operated the  el"  v:* :���;.*.-  .* .  t  t  \  t  i  ���  1  *  r  $  fr  i  t  t  <v  *  r;  t  i  amount to $10,540.20.Collections'were to  cease as of April 28th at which time  those remaining would be turned over  for collection by the provincial1 collector.  JOINT  MEETING  Next regular meeting of Sechelt Council  is  scheduled  for  May   17th  and  will  be  something  of  an  historical  event   in  that it will be a joint meeting with the  -SRGhp.lt. Indian  Band  Council   dump.  Another suggestion was that sl man  and equipment be employed on a full  time basis to go from one dump to the  other carrying out maintenance duties.  1 Director Tyner remarked that this  would not work" in; Pender Harbour for  a man is already carrying out such  duties and is doing a good job. Director  Slade replied that he had this in mind  and   did   not^mean   to   include   Pender  '- .'7'sn -,?-<,    ��� /M'.t   Irr-'---' _\_ ���  Motel site approval  still lies in balance  (*�����*���  PATH of progress appears to be getting  longer and longer as inevitable protests become the order of the day, This  has been discovered by local businessmen  who  some time  ago made applica-  )n  to  thjeJRegional "Board for rezoning"-  of   property   across   from   the   Wakefield  Inn   with   the   object   of   constructing   a  motel complex.       ��� '"  The Board, at its March meeting approved the project in principle pending  a public hearing which was held April  25th. As a .result of' the hearing it was  agreed to recommend approval of the  requested re-zoning from residential to  commercial. j  Later, at last meeting of the Regional Board, planner Ed Cuylits* suggested that as one person has raised a  protest at the hearing the matter should  be given further consideration by the  planning committee.  It is noted that apart from being across from the Wakefield Inn, the proposed motel site is close to a beach access  road. A builders premises- is also nearby.  In last week's Times we erroneously reported that rezoning had been approved.  Local provincial parks  reqiiirp. $2 camping fee  SUPPORT SOUGHT  Municipal Airport Committee, involving both villages, has submitted a letter  to the DOT representative D. W. Mills  pointing to the 4-need-^ioiujmprjiv.emen-ts,--  to the airport at Wilson Creek. Paving  of runway and electrical supply are badly needed. Federal aid is sought.  POLICE COURT  Joseph Fraser of Earl's Cove appeared  before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last  week and was fined $300 with a one  month driving suspension following a  charge of impaired driving  ��� Jack Duncan Cameron faced a charge  01 failure to remain at 'the Scene, hit-ahd*  run after an incident at a hotel parking  lot in which he struck a number of vehicles.* He v/as fined $100.  EXHIBITION  Sunshine Coast Arts Council is hold-  ���ing a painting exhibit at the Trail Bay'  Mall in Sechelt on Friday, May 19th and  fiajjirday, May. 2.0th Anyone, wishing ton  exhibit   paintings,   please    phone    Mrs.  Fran Ovens at 885r9996.  JSff.r^"''^,"*^"'^*"^,^*!^  for senior citizens  "  ATTENTION���If you are over! If  you are in good health, have not  visited Ottawa during tho last three  years, have had no Opportunity to travel  outside your homo province, You aro  eligible to parucipale, in a special 7-day  visit, to Ottawa thwSpringl          1*It.....wiU..eo8t..'you.^0.,..(.i!!j'04,.llor',la.->eou-.  pie). The Society i'or the Study of tho  Heritage of Canada will act as your  host. The visits to Ottawa wil) start May  lflth, 1972, and run for six weeks. Travel  will bo by, train. Accommodation,and  meals will'bo provided, at the Uiilver-  '    - ally' residence.  "Harbour. I  Mayor Peterson drew attention to  the fact that considering the hours that  would have to be covered during summer months, it will be necessary to em-  ^pl,oy.~thxee���m.en_on=a=shif.t-^basis. __'.. ���-.  May Day Tournament  scheduledMay21-22  SECOND   annual   Sunshine   Coast   May  Day   Tournament    is   scheduled    for  May 21st and 22nd and will be held at  -BrnthfMLS���Park,  Gihsnns.   .. Special   Offer  On display at th-e-Seaiof-GHizens Tea���Maiy���Jaeksofl weaving���bask-ets-^R-  on Saturday was this fine pairi'ting the Sechelt foreshore in front of Our  which caught the attention of Mrs. Lady of Lourdes Church which burn-  BenLang who. ppen^ ed to the ground in 1970. The Sun-  vice-presidentof "thVSenior Citizens' shine Coast Arts Council Hals Tasked  Association, Mrs. Lily Dunlop pic- the provincial government to pur-  tured on the right. The work of Irene chase the painting for St. Mary's  Anderson, the painting shows Mrs.    Hospital.        *"���  BOTH the Roberts Creek and new Porpoise Bay provincial parks are includ-  "ecr~~m���the���latest���list of campsites for  which camping fees are required from  May 1st through September 9th of this  year. _     .  Camping fees for '.Provincial"' Paries'  for 1972 remain the same as they" were  last year when a charge of two dollars  per night was set, it is announced by the  -Honorable   W.   K^���Kier-nan,���Minister���oiL  Men's  Softball  teams  will  participate  Jrom as far, afield as Texada Island, Powell   River,   Squamish,   North   Vancouver,  together with local teams. All.will compete for top award.  Director* Slade suggested that if dump  closure is not acceptable perhaps the  Board could apply for a grant under  the Job Opportunities Prograrn to employ maintenance staff. It was "therefore  decided .to investigate the situation. Pender Harbour to be excluded.  The journey will be a double knockout affair with first game commencing at  10:30  a.m.  Sunday,  May  21st.  Anyone interested in helping out with  umpiring of games,- either behind the  plate or on bases is asked to contact  Gerry, Dixon in Gibsons.  Complaint laid...., .  ^ Trustees uphold skating  with, greater supervision  Recreation and Conservation. The dates  during which. the .fees are collected are  May 1 through September 9. The number  of provincial parks in which camping fees  will be collected this year is 63, an in-  -e-r-ease���0iU4-2���over���Jl971^~There-_are���40���  Sechelt solution  Portable sewer system  investigated by council  SKATING programme is still rolling at  Pender Harbour High School, but  more supervision has been requested  from school trustees, following a complaint from ��� principal Mr. A. __. Thompson.   ...  hi   a ^letter   to  the  Board   of   School  a  PRESIDENT land general'���manager' of' a   Nm"r"VaircomreT~c"o^  Purification Services Ltd,, Pat Martin,  met with council of Sechelt last week  to present details of an efficient* .and  economical self-contained sewage system  tion to the situaiion. Their all-insulated,  "fiberglass���Bio-Pure.���package���'sewage-  plant line can treat up to' 15,000 gallons  , per day.   The   plants   can   be   picked   up   and  transported anywhere. Because they  are  Trustees, Mr. Thompson said he was appalled at the wanton damage to the  gymnasium floor and that although in  the past he had supported the skating  programme he now requested no further  skating at .the school and" would like the  gymnasium flobr sanded during the holidays. Mr, Thompson claimed the floor  Was torn, gouged and scratched during  Hhe-slcating-session-on-April'-Ht-hT-^   Mrs. Labonte said it makes for better  communication. She feels that the public  has been shut out of schools over the  years since the P-TA fell away. Now  parents are coming back into the schools  as volunteers and it is hoped to break  down the barriers through the Commit-  -lee. ; , r-. , , : ,   parks, in which camping fees are not  collected The 14-day "limit of occupancy,  for campgrounds is unchanged.  In an effort to reduce lengthy stays  at the f.loats and docks at Newcastle Island Provincial Marine,. Park an overnight docking feeiof two dollars has. been  instituted there this year. This fee will be  collected from May -I* through September 9. In addition, overnight docking in  any, calendar .year, will  be - limited   tp-  I. w*n^vrvHYftfWwl  4~��manufaotured..b^ be installed above or  ' ' "Council'is" pre^ntly''engage  ing a sewer system for the village which are required  and  they are  aesthetically  will prove practical as well at? financially acceptable. On  delivery,  all required  is   feasible:'"''Aid;   Norm" Watson 'has   been" 'the'inlet; and outlet coiinectibnp  investigating  types  of  systems  f,or  the volt single phase power.  past few months but so for has not come An  advantage" too   is   the   fact  that  up, with any proposals. Mr. Martin ap-_ all underground sewer connections could  Maintenance', superintendent Mr,  Bob  .Hunter,  who had been called  in  to investigate   the' complaint,1"said'"that "he"  could not "slate positively that the dam-  . ugq;,was:done::,by:;th^  as' there  had 'been  unauthorized use of  the gym on the same weekend. Ho did  not feel rollerskating damaged the floor  any  more  than  dragging  equipment  or  stage props over it. Mr. Warn, a director  of  the   Skating   Club   accompanied   Mr.  Ru titer- during* the  inspection  and   was  pcared   last   week   following   an   earlier     be designed  to tle-ln with a  permanent    aware of tho duriWe        -  "1sti��Cipn"bFMa^  Mr.   Martin   explained   some   of   tho     time, the Bio-Pure plant could bo easily.    2.21 ')K,   %,,  V?,",.   tw\     ihh   hn  basic fundamentals of his, povtabloVBior  Pure" plant and' said that it la perfect  for small developing communities because it does not coat ns much efa a permanent sewage treatment system,  Apart.,from the larger plant the company provides also for private homes,  apartment blocks, .Jimisq. bO(\la,.i::hotols>  Industrial plants, off-ahoro drilling rigs,  aid  resorts,  prlvuta    hospitals,  deep-sea  Tho   program   Is   set  up   to   accommodate 700 senior clll/.onH. Selection of  ;'", ^purllcu*^  (lon representation, and than uti'lolly in Problem facing nmull communities Ih  ,   tho order of tho receipt of; application!*), < that of raising funds for sower 'systems  If  you  nro  interested,  contact  Mlfin    ancl  without  them    oxpanslon  bocc/moH  lAclolo idoLanKe-Immediately fotv further    Kroatly'im  livfdrimilion,  Phono 005-2200,    '    ,   ' "   foels hln company offorn a''pr'ncT-loal aolu-  ���remoYod. and,either sold,, leased, or,.put  to use elsewhere,  Cost of tho unitn vary' from $1,315 for  a private residence up to $25,000 for tho  larger plant handling up to 15,000 gallons dally,, The latter will service about  fifty, homea.'Soryico fob for a residence,  ..work's: out- to fjiDO' por annum; The largo  units cost $20 por month for aervlco,  ��� ��  Council expressed considerable Inter  slum   floor,   Mr.   Ruttor  suid     that   ho  Would not recommend this until the floor '  would bq used exclusively for gym, purposes,  Discussing the matter, trustee Bernard Mulligan said that he la opposed  to,* taking rollpr HkaUnij out' of tboiachools  at; any time>>bccauao*tho needa of the.  community must bo taken into consideration, Ho cljd 'feel that greater Huporvlalon  Commenting on the use of volunteers  in the schools, Mr, Hanna said this dis7  trict has been doing this for some time  now, particularly in Madeira Park and  Sechelt . Schools. "The programme has"  worked well especially in Sechelt where  senior citizens with many skills have  been helping in the school. He feels that  -Seehelt��� sehooi-prineipal���Miv-W-t���Lr���Reid-  should be commended for getting these  'people in the school.  SUPPORT  Letter   from     Gibsons     and   District  Cham^  Minister of Highways supports the School  Board's application for roud improvements in front of Elphinstone Secondary  School. The letter draws attention to the  crumbling shoulders of Highway 101 and  tho extromo umount of pedestrian traffic.  It  recommends   installation  of  cul-  tsr-filling*ini'the*ditches��and*widonlng  shoulders. ���,   ,  seven days.  In.Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park,  where a number of cabin shelters have  been made available ��� for visitor's overnight accommodation, a fee of one dollar per night per person for the use of  these facilities will be collected from  May   1   through September  15fl  Elphinstone musicians  present Band Cdncerl  oat in Uio .Ry:MoJVj:i��!uf��^^ ' "^ft!*^  ii   ,.,m,  _ii  '������.,! ..It...' ���--._..r.:_..u.. .....i��..  i..      red  wl ,h  Ih ri -fen lino nnr     .'wntl tiavo.ac  ���It with other planta presently under In  veatlgatlon, It wus! noted that* a local  dealership handles tho Blo-Puro and  local. sor,Ylcenien take caro of malntonr  ''lined, ���'' "'���' ���"���'���"������������������ ''!������������������'    "  ���  rod'1 wlllf nils''feellnfi'aiKl*K 'wiiff'Kgi'oacl  lhat the. roller skating programme con-  tlnuoH,  Raring problem   > >y�� ��<���������������'', ������������������" ���"-  Low ceilings In Iho GlbKons '."Ionium  lury"School opon-arua aro Htill oi'oallng a1  ���rn'obloni* which will hocomu moroun-  '���jjomfortablo ilui'lng Ihu Hiimmnr inonlhs,  ,f Planning Gommilloi. clialcinan Bill  -fcNimmTrwgM*U^^  i'qcohh the lighting In llio nuwly tUviclod  aroH'nn'd build1 lookers, Mr,'llultor'flx-  plalnod 'hat racosalng tho Ughla, will, oll-  minalo glare and' roditcu noino of tho  'hour, Tho Board agreed lo iho uhangos  iirona area jm an oxporlmontal, baifla,  BROADER.SCOPE , . ., _ '  ,���^P<h^no;J(.b,<in^1Hniloi)uqi|iiJh��,.��iJniiiHt5,  ��ity for lndiiHlrlal Arls HliulontH was  vccommOndiHl by trusleo Bornlo Mtilli-  giui who h��I(I Ihal LA, loacltora woro also  mtovoHtocMn1 broadoning lho seopo of Iho  M'ogrnmuu), i  , 'Ta'h'hIuo * Ahii'uh " i��iihuiilu * Ni'ild* thin \.  lonK (|��|,o at Ci\r��pn Uraham Hocuncliiry  oohyol whuro pooplo from Iho cdi.uuu-  nlly 'bring jolw  tu  lho m-lioul.   ninlrlcl  ���RESIGNATIONS'1" ���"3 "'""��� -"���"���"        ':*'  Teacher reslgnatlona accepted with  rogrot at lho Board mooting hold on Ap-.  rll 27th, included Mrs, Mildred Tracy,  Davis Bay; Mi^s, Norlko McKee, Langdale; Mrs.. jPylar'lyn Roberts and��� -Mra.  Lynno (^roon, Gibaona.   ���,.,     .  GROUND-USE  ��� J(lcqucsl, for,J,'ilankol,��,uiaQ.���ol'i,, a.e,,!! ,p..o'l.  grounds by Qlbsona ��� Atlilotlo*' Awooia- ���  lion, rosultud In a aalisfaclory compromise which allows somo leeway' for uso  of school grounds by groups nol affiliated  with lho������AUVlctld'1 Assn.      '' ;  "^^OTHERrTJopwlaT-^ElphiTretor^  concert is scheduled for May 12th at 8  p.m. in the High School auditorium. Students will present an-eveningof music  consisting of band selections from the  classics.  Great strides have been mude by the  .young musicians under guidance of band  "mKis tor '"Mo"���Frasor wa1fd"Hh'ro'6wgroups"wlU'''  partlclpufo In tho concert. Grade 8 band,  ,stage,,band.'and...tho.sciilor, concert band,   Band   sweaters   have   recently   been  purchased  for  the  aonior' students  and  should prove pleasing to the oyos of tho  audioncQ aa will music lo the ears,  No admittance fee will bo eharged but  .,u,..collection will bo made follpwlng l-ho  ' pbrfoi'mahcor " l """1 ;" * "   Later this month the senior ancl stage  . bunds, will, bo travelling by rail lo play  ���at   100   Mile   Houuo,   Clinton   and   Ash-  orol'l, Grade olghl  band  will  bo giving  ' performances,' In'.luno, for lho local elementary schools from Langdalo to Madeira Park, '��� 7' ' ' ' i     ���  __ 1���; , 1  " i     ��� ���'  Sechelt Village, . . .,  ,  Suhstunticil expenditures  but mill rate stays firm  DMBPITW capilal  oxponcUturoa  mnoimt-  . Ing   to .$30,000,   Socholt    .vlllugo   'las.  imuiugod.to.ihuikUlU^inllLrwte^loUtl.mUla,  again .i|'Ih y(wi t*,  -*. Regional llospllal District levy Is li'17  nillla, an incruaso ol ,117 mill ovor last  yuar's Hivy of .110,  Fire. Pr��tuutton DU\\vk\ levy Is ��Ihd  a lllllo higher this year, tl.o ralo bolng  2,757 ntlllH compared wllh tho B>7I H'  uro.ol'. 2,')'JI.  over the next I'lvo years ls $711,000, This  includes !(i 10,000 .for acquisition of pro-.  .(Porty.;,.4$17,000��foivlh��7rrulLl3uy���.Houwall���  project, $7,000 to bo spent, ihls year and '  Huocoaslvo 'amounla- ofi$2,500 during bach  of lho next four yoiu-s,  Hoacl paving In tho -vUlago. >vlll uuV  count  for  $10,000  thlH���yoar  and  $7,000  during each oi' lho noxf* I'uur youra,  DUPGET .-     ,   ... .  l..��llimited 11)7'' budgol, for Iho v  Ulago  A vory nilnule levy ul' ,01ft mill gous  f��W.t   7 "      '       . . inlnl'iitraitop ul" Ihu now ly formed author-,     llonpllul D'atrk't $11,000; Fire lVulcutlua'  WIDEn" RliphEUENTATioN '"      "  *'   ^'- wllll'lv ^'".''''".'"'.'''"^kmal dlslrlolH* ai,id * fl),'"*".;-/ Muiik-lpiiJ * Kliiaiii'O'   Aulhorily  MUdm.  1^'^IVT  (lit* ilvo hoiTlnfi.'l)��lt, .'Von-yoaivoUl   was -tbljjil llmo lucky, on pruvlouH   gotung, ntudoniH'  Involvotl   In NtiuloiU  tny oirThur"nUiy ovcnliiR ���wn��   brother HOmoo holpH tllmilny llio l)l��  ,qvonlnf.s ul] thoy luul caumii w��i'��   ��������noli��� aqtivltion, *; -  .old (jocjcion wo1 who cnlr   cfttch,*- Tho hoyHworof. ilHhhiK with-'-rock-coil ��� ��ml   (logj-0Hh,- TfilH   oijo m* QiiMstionod iibont"\  Ih bouutlM 17 lh HftUnon outo - thpir, Ji'uUior. Mr, ltod Llzoo . uncl4t ^.wtrualt-urouud.4l4)4nr.4.^----"*-*-'--��-|*-*-'u��4ijulnoa,t.from,-Uiol.wj  Knvy or all tho IlHhornion , in ]>ov>  polso J3ny  leoa tliiu bouutlM 17 lb HftUuon  ogothor wllh Ht^ulfiuls from Ponder liar-    i*",.. UUJ.i(H inidiiironiLjjQnHtiiiullt��ii1_'.   '  bov(��v..Reriipit-xtTTrt-t��b[inrrFi;tiiTraiiiW^^^  \n\ma roprpsqntuUon, '���       ���    , **-'>.  , Htudonis' tglkod at length idnmt proh-  loms In lho sohoola and lho difficulty In  W#tWfwWWW��tf^(WW  What \ym< hoped lo  icier ropruNuntutiou,.  prolocllon  lovloa  has  boon  more   than '  ol'l'sol by tho drop.of %,Y&.mills In school,  litres ,which  this  yifni" ritand   al  "47.144  mills,(  ���   \tii    (    . j;i-( / ( '  CAPITAL UUPGET     .,    ...   ..    ,    .  , , ��� Wxtlmated, awm ,w)st,..i)fl uupilaj ;budgot,,  tili^tlvo $l,;i00;   Admlnlslrallve   $ll),l)00i  PTOtCT,tlTrrt"��^tCTr*$"Mmr''^^^  Rervlcon $l��Jfl00',' KiwIvonmontiU IJonMh  Borvlcos $'1,000', Public Health1 Borvloon  $1101); Knvlronmontal Dovolopmont Sorv-  lues $700; lluureational unci Cultural Sorv-  lees, $;M)00|, Uubt Chantca ,$200| MIkc,  Grunts' $01)0;, Capital KxpondUurcu  $'liy)00: Contlifgencles $r>00. .  i^mm;*^mf0ii^mmm  mmmm  &-*mw**if&4miW,t^JW/#B*m>1��li*i   ���������' *- V  ^. 1.91* i * ww a. a *����� i.  <*i<$mmmmw*qwmf#^  7' i. *, '0  ���r*-r   ' f  I   2'  1   \  l    \ v*  >  "T  1    V  .11     ��  1 '        ,���!��*���<     '  �� i  ii     i  (.JwitMlt*..  <j,)_ \\\  -V-  ThE PENINStILA^to^e6|  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to Jail to say what I belivve to be right."  N      . 7     ���John Atkins  Stewart fi. AtsGARD, Publisher Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  8    Dirt Streets  ��fv Sechelt  CrNPRAI.LY  speaking tin- jiuirnalistic  pi.-fession is an honorable form of  osisUMU't- and nuijorhy of ilu.so "practicing, lho :\g. i.Id an attempt 10 live up  lo.ils ethical uadiiiofis. "l.tiero arc, of  ot.uise, the odd exceptions wherein irresponsible individuals see in it only:,a-,  means of minim*, over a lasl buck. 1 here  are also the few radicals who use whatever 'ability they might possess in the  journalistic field for the sole purpose ���ol'  furthering a  devious  cause.  Consequence is that the profession'  as a whole faces the stigma of sensationalism, distortion of facts and irresponsibility, simply because of the actions of  a few. Many organizations, trade unions,  professional and quasi-professional  groups have similar problems and the  time ultimately arrives when sell-policing becomes necessary. ' *  Currently a number, of local residents are angered at the clap-trap published recently in the Sun Weekend  magazine regarding hippy colonies on  the^Suns-hine Coast. The draft dodgers  from' across the line, society drop-outs  and shelvers o[- responsibility. Those  who chose to revert to a mode of existence, undesirable by present day standards, and one most of us like to think  belongs  to the cave-man era. 7  To quote from *the journalist hog-  wash "Tucked away two terry rides and  a   twrnty    mile   drive   from   Vancouver.  the village of Sechelt (seeshelt) at first  seems no different from any other sleepy  town on the coast of British Columbia.  Light winds kick up dust from unpaved  roads. Old men with their newspapers  sit rocking on otherwise deserted streets,  and the occasional barking of a dog is  the only sound".  We can only assume Sechelt is a  name the writers, pinned upon one ol"  -t-.=ti>--h4-pp-jA-4^M3jt-ijj.ni--s with, no concern  for the modern and prospering village  of that name. True the village centre  of Roberts Creek has been despoiled  by the presence of these characters who  have set-ti-p���a���nene-deseript���eommunai-  or even applied I'or. If actually, granted,  il would be even more interesting to  learn just how much the shacks conform with building bylaws and health  regulations. As an example���how long  would, a communal "his" arid "hers"  toilet facility be permitted to* exist in  the centre of ;i village. The long-haired  wonders even fail to see lhe necessity -  of privacy iu this respect.  Marriage in a ehristfanlikc manner  is evidently., a jolce to these people. They  were quoted as stating that in order  to add a touch of respectability, the  group decided to enter into a form of  marriage. "A friend who teaches a  course"of witchcraft at a earby university agreed to come down and perform  a primitive group marriage ceremony"  (So nufc-h for our fine and costly pillars  of learning). "A few incantations and  a puff of magic powder and the group  was officially  united".  Claim by some of them to having  good educations .and intellectual leanings only adds to the mockery of the  whole situation. Assuming they aiTyis  well qualified as they claim they should  be playing a vital part iri progressive development of the country, not playing  farmer under conditions alien to a civilized society.       -  It is true they are considered acceptable by any extremely small segment  of the district but,~tn most cases, even  those who come to* theitr support are  people who are making a dollar on them  somewhere���along trie���fme^Ffits���te���a-  situation we have already encountered  in Sechelt before public opinion made  itself known.  An even worse aspect is revealed  with two letters to the editor in this  week's Times. Both condemn the "article  and the individuals referred to. Both ask  that their names be wttbhetetr-Q-ne states-  Page A-2  ThePeninsula Timer Wednesday, May W_  \$l!  g^jajSjeafigsa^^  x  \>  j-**-**  W  Airguide  Tachometer ���  'Derby" Master Rbel -  9"- Trophy M&oehing Rod  $34.ao  $6.50  - $15,95  SUMMER -IS. COMING���IS  YOUR  MOTOR  READY?  Remer^er���Pender Harbour Rod & Gun Club Fishing Derby May 20-21  $100 First Prize - TieKers Here $2.00  VMWMMMWUUMMHHHW��U��l��^^  READERS' RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times.  A  nom de-plume may be used for publication,  but all originals must be sighed by the writer.  in that publication headed "The New  Pioneers" I would appreciate having my  name omitted.  What a joke!  Did these writers use the - toilets at  the commune because they seem to be  full of B.S. When thefr "parents" visited  thjs eyesore' they must have been very  proud of their creations, and left thank-  ing God that the simple people of Sechelt  Answers sought  Editor, The Times, ..  Sir:. As the' recreation people, are  bringing up their project again I, as a  . taxpayer, wodld like some positive answers before being asked to vote again.  (1) How many taxpayers are on the  Sunshine Coast including area A? (not  aboui how many!)   she tears reprisals due to the fact some  people have been harassed. She says the  females of the species are particularly  vindictive.       ���.    ., .....  .type trading area. Quite obviously the  one mentioned in the article. Others have  indeed constructed shacks in the surrounding bush and in many cases live  under conditions that responsible members of society would not be permitted.  It would indeed be interesting to know  what building permits have been granted  We do not necessarily concur with  this for we have heard of no such incident. And, after all, dp not these people1 seek love'not. war?" Were they not  the one time "flower children"?  Perhaps somewhere, along the way  while seeking to avoid confrontation they  have found pacifism to be a futile idea?  (2) What is the interest rate on the  $500,000 loan?  (3) How many votes are fox one pro-  -pertyr-Such as joint owrrershtp.   (4) How many people will have to  pay on more than one piece of property?  This seems grossly unfair.  (5) How many people will not be paying on this project? Such as the $1 taxpayer..  (6) If it fails who gets what, do the  lenders get the recreation centre or do  they come back tor more me  cannot pay" the' interest let, albhe the  capital^ ....  With all the elderly people, and the  who   will   not   be   patron-  are  relieving  them  of  all  responsibility.  In case people who are unfamiliar  With the Sunshine Coast get the idea  7hat this is a wide open district, do not  come if you are a responsible person  and abide by the law. For you the molarities are Waiting to pounce, and your desire to settle here will be met with rigid  restrictions���no "love seat" toilets for you  but loads of gravel and miles of run-off.  Please do not get the feeling that  we envy these squatters���au contraire���  "we^1ttnlr^^tt^gt~tlTeil��� spunsurs-sfrtairid���pro���  vide them with transportation from their  Shangri La to the surrounding villages  because our pretty highways are cluttered with crooked thumbs (hitchhiking unlawful?)   decoy   children   (unregistered?)  rricensed?).     There  very^-yotrngT  izing  the   centre,   and   without  Area   A,  this thing is  in trouble bef6fe"Tr starts,   -tend  mangy~dt  Let the committee get some concrete ^���*st* be a place in their communes where  figures and facts before coming on again,     lhey 'gather every night and  laugh, and  Mother's Day���May 14���Gifts and Cards  SPECIAL SALE OF CHILDREN'S ,.  IN  LARGER SIZES  We* Are Selling Out Our S/zes-& And, Up  And Will Carry To 6X Only  We Will Carry Hose and Underwear in Large ahd Small  Sizes  ��� BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS     were $2.65 now $1.55  ��� BOYS'PERMA PRESS        '        were $3.25 now $1.35  ^BOYST-DRESS PANTS ,   "~  Size 12-16 Dress Pants ������.._.*._���.,���,> were $2.98 now -$1.29  Size 12-14 Dress Pants  -  -were $4.95 now $2.50  Size  16       Dress Pants   ...were  $'4.70 now $2.50  ~s~SFOKT~FXNTS Size  18 ...'. -.. ..���.were $3.75-frow-$2tf 0  ���- JEANS Size 12 - -.   were $5.49 now' $3.15  Size .12' ���,.���, -_-.������7 .���.���.were $2.65 now $1.49  ��� PYJAMAS  Boys' cotton 12-14 years .-.   were  $4.00 now $2.39  ��� 'LADIES' slacks  Made in Canada. Size 20 and 42 ....... were  $4.95 now $2.50  ��� GIRLS' SLACKS Size 10   were  $3 65  now $1.19  ��� GIRLS' CORDS Size 10 :...:     :  ........were ���$2.9r8~now 9��c  ��� PEDAL PUSHERS 8-10-12 years ...were $2.25  now 75c  .   _   J SOMl^O^teTJUMD^IfcLS^^ ���  .or cut the order down to size.  y O.   PETIT  Halfmpon  Bay  laugh, and laugh!  (Ho Hum)  Gibsons, B.C.  GSLMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Sechelt Phone 885-9343  New pioneers?  Remaiii���Smal  TODAY,   when   wc   discuss   the   sniall  businessman, it is generally taken to  mean the man who started off as a one-  man operation and by hard work  and  'enterprise  developed   into  an  employer  competitor moves in and gives this type  of service, then he had best get in a  supply of crying towels.  The  Peninsula Times came  to the  Editor,  The  Times,   5i;i��_���tn���.-the���Sunday���-Sun���--We&kGiul  Magazine, April 29th, there is an article  "The New Pioneers", a progress report  on communes in Canada. They are running Sechelt down and you too..  The article reads in part, "2 ferry  fides and a 20 mile drive, the village  of Sechelt seems no different from any  Sunshine Coast following representation ___        .._    of  perhaps -a  dozen   to   twenty   or   so    by loca| uUsjness people. From a small other1 sleepy town on the coast of B.C  employees. ^_ ; beginning it hns continued to grow and Light winds kick up dust from unpaved  From   such   small" beginnings  come    expand.  This   is   a  fast  growing com- roads,  old -men  with  then-  newspapers  expansions,   amalgamations'   and,   ulti-    muriity and a progressive one. With this sit rocking on otherwise deserted streets  mutely, establishment  as a "big" busi-    in mind the publishers* have insisted on. and the occasional barking of a dog is  nessnuin. This then���would suggest that    keeping abreast ol the growth and sub- The one item of truth in the whole  nessman nnd 'a "smivH" busincssn^nn^s^Tinn 'mTctfcpihy^^h^fiiolIern'.timeT*  ambition and Initiative;. Some people are " ,n ort(cr to providc thai type of coverage it "has been necessary to increase  staff and facilities. Latest innovation being an office in Gibsons, This was simply because it hud proved virtually im-  possihle,J��.pr.Q.yJd.jJ^  luge  deserved.    Pender  Harbour    has  anything aboul  forming.  perfectly eonlent to  remain  sma  ioricolly co  void lho tn  ll  and.  (Concerned)  avoid llio added trials, tribulations and  responsibilities thai inevitably follow  graduation ii.Uo big-lime,  ������-b���'l"hcn�����_iiHin,--llioi'o^.ai'e.-.llH)sc-w,w.ho.--.  have shown sufficient ambition lo oslub-  two laws  Editor, The Times,  Sir; Following is, the copy of a letter  1 have forwarded to The Vancouver Sun  "* Wdodcend^Mft grizlhe" regard ing"'ah7Qrt iclc*  '���in-.,.  toll themselves in  their own enterprise    been developing at  a rapid pace, new  '"���'���     "' ''""��� ' '������"     ���'"���"������   orgahizatioiis are inking their place in  all*areas, and more and greater demands  havo added to the workload of existing  stuff. Therefore, rather than rest on  laurels, two men have been fitted up  with an office in Gibsons, thus providing for greater publicity' for,lhat community, Al lhe same time original staff  ..arc-,atile.��U)-j_iivtt�����bc!ittc;iucovcragc0.in��.tl)c^..  .Sechelt to1 lender l'-lnrbour areas. *7..��..,��  but by so doing havo''reached the extent  of tholr capabilities. Around Ihom others  grow, expand and prosper, while they  themselves fight a losing buttle for survival in "nn, .increasingly competitive  vyoi'kl,      ,. ,. , 7 ''    t_  No undertaking is more competitive,  than lho newspaper business, Advances  7:lVi\ye':jxen7Kp:&r^  lhat It is no longer'possible to economically operate elTieienlly us ti one paper  operation,  "'"'. "Cortiiihly' it is possible to" put out  11 small publication containing cut-down  news rolciif.es subiii'lU'd.by..y'l'I'Mli.. org-  anl/.alloiial secreturics, forgei such filings'  us  Intcrosllng  news coverage,  pictures,  As 11 result of itlicse ideals, tho  Times lias gained wide acceptance with  subscriptions going ns fur* afield ��� us  Kenya, Burma, Grout Britain, United  Slides, Mexico, Hawaii, unci through"  out Cimiulu, Approximately thirty copies  go 10 Ontario alone, hilil circulation is  UH II It V* VIII �����!��>_ lit,   11 il        V 1 ' 1 V I IIHV| IMVIUIVItf ���' , ,  make good readership, This way, pro-    1,ik1 ''�� Increttsing rapidly,  vkllng ailvorltool's are������ prepared lo give  suppori, a publication could still, he  operated within llio hounds of economy,  Providing thoro is no competition' 'a  publisher could, should ho bo sulT'oieiuly  apnlhellc and disinterested In the coii)-  "munity, curry on for ever;  ----������'-  Our success we attribute to the ad-^l  vertlsers and readers, who have supported us, ijius paying the way for esluhr  Itohmoni of a first class' publication, ml-  vertlsers   now   have  the   i.dYiuitago  of  POWELL RIVER  TRAIL RIDERS  5th ANNUAL  Spring Horse Show  B'.C.W.H.A, Approved  'Ji^c&ijjjui^  of Sports  May 27 and 28  Top of Duncan Street-,  Powell RlYeir  Entry Clerk;, Mrs, A. Wager,  Phone 485-6647  Jtidgo; Fred Ball  Admission:  , Family $2 _��� Single'$1  ito4w9ni*H>Mmn4**}4m4mn*'m*i4io^^  the best possible advertising coverage,  Once compel*'Ion comes on the dons' future nhoiul nnd wo do nol hcsl-  t.eono thoh 1I11U lype iifpoisiVivwill bloiU 'tiilc in stilting lhe Tlmesls hero lo stay'  and bawl thai outsiders arc oul j.uukc , and will grow  uml prosper with  thto  hto living away. What Iiii overlooks is  the fuel that compelItion arrives.duo to  Ills own shoricomlngs, Ills dogmatic re- ���  fusnl lo "accept" the liuivHublo-��� Unit  i\  '       progressive ooiiummliy bus every' rlghl  lo   cxpccLJ^>mF'jh"'>''iv*>*1   nevvs. e()yoiv  ==��S4*#*waC^  beautiful purl of 11 great provlncp,  I - am not moving until  1,        . , ,  / got some comfortable  Shoos 9  The FENiNSuiA^we*  "on'I^OfVfla^nJilno* Const-  by  MWM,��(W,^|���tM.M,����-l,lw,��Ptrt,��,|#,H,M,W(,��m,,|||,��|M,.  ..~.,J..j...4_,..���(,.,  ';TgwcllitlvcrNcw'ft;\>vrn'firl��p*"  Sechelt TlnioN Llit,  /'. 7 ���  ,   J>ok 310 -.{Secholt,  Subscription Hntons (In mtvnnco)  Locnl; $fi per yonr, Iicyomt 1. miles, %1%  U.S.A., $9. OvcrRCftfli $10i��  ' Slrvlnk'tht mi.'from'Port Mellon to n_tnont  >     (Howe bound to Jerv(x Inlet)       **   <���'  ���WWHM mm*mn*m*tnnrtnnnnnrmm*tM���mtii m m mwrnmrn Ml  All tnmllloa nood loin ot  *    hot wnlor, Look nt yours.  Shnvlno, ohowom Inundry,  wnahlng d|ahoa - nil aotlvl.lo..,  lhat nooU n dopondnblo supply  nil drw, ovory dny, The nnowfir?  A OAQOAdE' oiootrlo wnlor honlor.  ���   -Why? Boom.��� OASOADE \\m boon  donlonod nnd built to moot tho holly hot  wnlor domnnda p| tho modorn hounohold. Tno  -jarflrtQQ.OAS.QAQE,8ymb,o,Ll9.y6ucaBai.rnnoq��  Hint tho wnlor honlor lino boofynpprovod lor  nnlotv nnd portormnnoo by tho onntWInn Stnndnrda  Aonoolnllon - nnd will supply nl! tho hot wnlor  . yon potjd. That lon-yoor ounrnntoo on lho tnnH monna  dopqndnhloaorvloo, And you'll JiKo tho fnot Hint  W. niiom, OAScApF, - tjio nnawor tor inroo Inmlllon,  omnll Inmlllon�� yoi/ tnmllv, aoo your nppllnnoo '  or hontlng donior nnd noK about P.O. Hydro flnnnolna,  I^IWP^IMMil#iWIWlW��WlW   I**. ��� j[   ���C01  E|qo,fehtorpBw.Oeni��^  ^lnglliiRhoorn,R��iM  John Wood, Zenith  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  'p.orSox'lBfc �� Mndoirn Pork* B.C. -' Phono 805^2013  TT  ROBILLIARD ELECTRIC  ErEaRIC-HEATING-OOR-SPECIAtTr  Bwwwim-fl*!*!1^^  IVlormnlU Street, Socholt, B,C. ��� Phone 885-2131  rirFFlHrntrriiMiT t��W  ypfWMT^  TV  . n4l ,)*^t<l*^��l��.f*.'f 4 ��fW����-��f*1'lt��M*w^t-W,��#.^��i*��t(ll  ryjMinunnrw  SIM  ELECTRIC  Secholt - Priono ^ BiBfe-206% or Don 351  .J.......1J...  "^T" \  E7.  ���"vV-A  \    V  \ ^  :ProvinciaJ~ftcT  Synod approves resolution  seeking change in Gift Tax  Srv Men's Softball League opens season  The'Peninsula1 Times  Page A-<3  ...AT_.THE. 34th annual session of the  Synod of the Anglican Diocese of  Caledonia on April 14 - 16 at New  Aiyansh, B.C. a resolution was carried  regarding the recently imposed B.C. Gift  Tax Act.  This new Act jraposes a tax of from  15 per cent to 50 per" cent on certain  types Of gifts originating from donors  Within 11\is Province. This law was  drawn up by the B.C. Government after  the Federal Government decided to pull  out of this field because of introduction  of a'*capital gains -tax.  The original version of the Act was  submitted to the Legislature early in  February 1972 concurrent with the budget. After severe criticism it was withdrawn, revjsed, then presented again.  The original bill" did not contain the  now-questioned sections on charitable  contribution. These additions were to  be found in the amended version of the  bill submitted March 22nd. It was given  third and final reading on March 27. Because of further criticism, the Act wias  further amended by Orderrin-Council on  April 6th.  This  amended  Act  still  leaves  many  major  problems   which   will  affect   gifts  to   charitable,   cultural, . educational,   religious- and   medical   organizations,   particularly   gifts  to  national  and  international  organizations,   and   all   other   gifts  sent out of the province. All gifts leav-^.  ing  the  province   are   subject   to  a   gift  tax of from 15 per cent to 50 per cent of.  the aggregate taxable- value of the gift.  ,   We are especially blessed in this Province   with   material   resources.   We   are  among    the    best-fed    and    best-clothed  minority in the world. For the most part  we are se'fish and parochial in our ,put-  \\  dec are all charitable organizations- wiih  registration .number's under the Income  Tax Act as exempt from taxation under  the B.C.    Gift Tax Act.  ;b) Protest the gift tax or-> all donation to charitable organizations that leave,  the province.  c) Advise other chartible organizations of our stand and request, that they  undertake   some   similar   stand.  SUNSHINE Coast Sr. Men's Softball.  League opened the" season last week  with three games. On Tuesday, the Gibsons Legion scored, a 6-5 win���over the  Pen Hotel, and at Roberts Creek, Wakefield inn defeated the Creek team 5-4.  On Thursday, the P^en-defeated Wakefield 5-1. This year thex League has five  teams ��� covering the Coast from Pender  Harbour., to Grbsons.  Teams and their home parks are as  follows: Pender Harbour���Madeira Park.  Wakefield Inn���Hackett Park. Roberts  Creek���R.C. School. Gibsons Legion���  Brothers Park. Pen Hotel���Brothers  Park.  All   league  games   will  be  played  at  6:3^1. p\m.   on   Tuesdays,   Thursdays  #nd  Sundays,  pouble   headers. will  6tart   at  1:30 p.m. for the first game.and 3:30 p.nO  for the second game.  ftESULTS*  " "~    . Pen Hotel 5���Legion 6.~W.P.���D. El-  son; L.P.���F. Reynolds. The' Legion  scored 5 runs in the bottom of the fourth  and the winnen* in the bottom of the  sixth  inning. *..'.���  W. Inn 5���R^ Creek 4.. The Creek had  a runner on third with one out in the  bottom of the seventh but failed to  score.  W. Inn 1���Pen 5. W.P.���F. Reynolds.  The Pen scored 3 runs in the fourth in-  Wednesdqy, May. 10, 1972  XT  ning to break up a close game.        '  This week's schedule was not available  at press time but check with players for  .games scheduled. v "   TTTT^r. \ -  Graduation Cards and Confirmation  Cards are available at Miss Bee's Card  &. Gift  Shop,  Wharf Road,  Sechelt.     ,  MASKS ���  FINS  SNORKELS  ^ NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS     *  JOHNSONT  Outboard  Sales & Service  OMCJParts and Accessories  835-2812  Sechelt Home Service  Box 636    -.  Sunshine Coast  Hwy,  Sechelt,  B.C.  popular and white birch are frequently the first trees to grow in burned over  areas. .  unshine Coast Business Direct  ACCOUNTANTS  \W,  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris-Block,. Gibsons,  B.C.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast* Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  John  Bunyan  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt* ��� 885-9318  For    service   on    small    appliances,    toasters,  vacuums, etc. Droo-pffs and pick-ups at  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���      DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES1  look, and this legislation gives us anoth-  er excuse to ignore the needs of others  outside *our rich province. Many of us  support concerns beyond B.C.���The Pri-  -male's Fund7~Red  Cross,  ART  SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads,, Arts 8c Craft  Supplies  CAKE.  Uxfam,  Foster Parents' Plan, ect. . . . Surely  the B.C. government does not intend to  penalize us for showing concern for  others outside of our prdvince?  Mr. ohn G. Smith, Chairman of the  B.C. Branc-h of the Canadian Bar Association, states that there are three  areas of concern for chartible organizations:  1) To determine as quickly as possible their status under the npw Act as  a  chartible  organization. i  277AM gifts of money leaving the  province can be taxed from a low of 15  per cent to a high of 50 per cent.  3) All monies designed for specific-  projects, funds or trusts within the province are also subject to the gift tax.  In view of this legislation enacted,  but not yet given Royal Assent, we propose  the  following resolution:  MOVED by Rev. John Stokes, seconded by Mr. Richard Green, that this  Synod:  ' * ���;_   a) Request   the   B.C. . Government   to  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Re��in Daily, Tue. through Sat.   ._ ,__ Resin ONLY^ 10.98 gq!,;__..._.  Cowrie Street -Sechelt - 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceramic product?.  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  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       "       "~  ELECTRICIANS   (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial Wiring  Phonen 886-7316  FUEL  Canadian  GAS & OIL  P.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  -F-isbiR-gr-Cfutstng;-Bivingr-2-beate to serve-you-  on the Sunshine,Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina  Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers,  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  v CHIMNEY. CLEAN ING   No TOesFVacuumXIeanlrrg-  ROPANE  LTD*.  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin  -  Sechelt,  B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN     ,  for all your  ��� SSO, PRODUCTS  ���IMPERIAL FSSQ-QEALER  I  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  4���.  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  ��� Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY. DYKES   ..  Gower Point Road  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires "  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERQOATIKG  STEAM CLEANING  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  GIBSONSPENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Sorvlce^^7:30p;rh.'r  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  "    HOURS:  SGchclt,7nuos,-Thurs,��]Q,a.m.r3,p.m,���  Fri. 10 a,m.-6 p.m.. Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 0,m.-3 p.m.  ,Fri. 10.a.m.-6,p.m,..... .  BLASTING  PENDER HARBOUR  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9;45 A.M.  CHURCH SERYICB^lliOO A.M.  n   Pastor Roy; Walter S. Ackroyd '..*.  ModolraPark--^aBS-2374  CONTROLLED' BLASTING  "~~Ai:irWORK" INSURED "  FREE ESTIMATtS  r"''v'FRiD'rl0NLEY^  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  i   (Undenominational)   ,  Sunday School '-��� 10s00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco ������ 1,1��15 a.m.  Evening, Sorvlco 7t30 p.m.      <  ' pXstor" rev. s. cassells :  Pavli Boy Road and Arbutua  j$.*tl��sktjKRj.r$ro^  TED'S BLASTING  ' ' ALL/WO^^  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Dontoy*:;:^  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  1 FREE ESTIMATES :  Phono 885-2304 L, C. Emerson  "���'���'���"*��� '11 No Answer Loavo1 Massage at   '*  903-2763 or 88"*.?326 **  R.R.  1, Sochelt, B.C.  Tho United Church of Canada  SERYICES  St. John's Unftod Church �� DavU Bay  Sunday Services - 9|30 a.m. .  Robert! Crook United  Sunday Services - 2|30 p.m.  ���     Glbiorn United Church  1  '  Sunday Services - 11 i 15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Suriday Services - 7i30 p,m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson- GI  Ibsons - 886-2333  rxr;  BUILDERS  wwwwmwwwwm**^^  Bapti^U C/iurcfuSorv/cos,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  I^FafT'oliaTrollf-Se-tlrolrr  Sunday School  10:00 a.m.  .^Mprnlng-Worahip-UllJLa.m^  -XALVARYBAPTIST-CHURCH  park Road, Gibsons  ' i Morolpg Worship 9(30 a.m.  _���^(j^cjayschoot-l "^H5a.mi-  .u..  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  -REV. ROBERT AtLABY, Pastor ,  (003-2009)..;.  ,  A .WARM WtLCOME AWA|YS YOU );  ���   For All Your Renovation.  Alterations or Finishing WorK  call  Cor Zuldcrna  ..���,.,_ PHONE. 885-2135,��.��� ,.,���,���  Tricon developments ltd.'.  CUSTOM HOMES -,, PRE-FAQ HOMES  . High Quality V.. Reasonable Prices  Buy q Packnao 'and erect' It yourself, or get  our professional help,  GARPEN BAY, B.C. - Phono Eyes. 003.2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES  JULfc.QX.MtKJ^^^  BUILDING SUPPLIES     W,  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your'Ono Slop Building Store  ����� for All-Your Bulldlno^eedi-  |'rr��'��tf"r��r  GIBSONS BUILDINQSUPPUES-LTDi  1653 Soavlow - Phono 886-2642  '��� Free Estimates - Fast Sorvlco  G&W DRYWAU I  Dryvyall acoustic and textured callings,  How sorvlnoa Gibsons area and tho Ponlpiula.^  v Phono* ^84-5315;; ���  nPo^J0_$__>^ortJ^BlloiiiJB,C._i1  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  GLEAN E-D-AND-REPAIR1D-  ,    AH Work Guaranteed      -  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 -     Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  Fill, CementrGravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  ���*- ���Free-Estimate" ~  Phone 886-7643  . & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE ,  ^S&licllina'^avel "  ^acKRoeT T"  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENr^EB BLOCK       885-9666,  Box  172, Sechelt, B.C,  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Grayel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  Telephone 883-2417  ,,, ,, R.R..J,/Madeira,Park,,B.C.,,��,  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERYIfcES LTD,  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Toll 806-2930 or 00S-.9973  Call Uh For Your Disposal Nootlu,  VYhoivRoriovallna Or Spring Cleaning.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELEqTRIC LTD.  Roaldantlal - Industrial and Marine Wiring  ,        ,. Electric Hoat ��� Lino WorK ,.   * r-- Phono- 886-7244   ;   "������  Residential" Commercial -. Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC Cm  Gov't Cortlflod E|ootrlclans '  Phono Day1 or Eve. 885-2062  "~ 7lM^McKENZIE   ECnCTRICAir.CONTRACTOR  Residential Wlrlnfl a\.c\ Major  ,r^App I icinco-Repa I r��-  ,,   PHONE 885-9978  <i.K  nrnr  ���"Boxw387rSochoUrBXr  USE TI-HS  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  7  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  MACHINE SHOP   At His Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machkis Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Ste&l Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  ���*��� Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956. 886-9326  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive and  marine ^repairs'and  parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  MarineWays to 42'   "    ~       "~BoT>to7Tr Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  RETAIL STORES   (cont.)  Pender Harbour - 883-2513'  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED .  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed      -  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  NURSERY  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  . Complete line of appliance?  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts  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*  HAIRDRESSER-  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  ���SECHELT~BEAUTY~SALON���~  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  -���Seehelt."  p885*-281&v  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES. STOVES AND HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed. Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  *���COASTLINE** SERVICES���  ���" Phono' 885-2021  Box 798  Socholt, B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  '���;���"..      Telephono, ?85r?6p6  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  plL7FlREp;yyARMSAlR:H^lNG:  OIL FIRED WATER HEATEJIS  Nothlno Down ~ 10 Years To Pay  , , Light Plumblno  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS - - - - -:  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  *|RdNwWORKS*^^ww**���---  . WROUGHT IRON, RAILINGS   ' AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  * * ..��� IRONWORK- -��.,,.-..-  , Phono 086-7029 - 086-7056 - 006-7220  ���'������ FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR S  Erv  ICE  Welcome to tho Floorshlr.0 Coast,  HOV/E SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  ,   Speclallsta In Cleaning - Floor Waxlna ", ���  Spray Dufflna - Window Cloqnlna.  RUG SHAMPOOING    ;  Phono 006-7131 - Gibsoni, B.C.  ���  ,, ,  .,     .���: 0,  [ ,   JOHNSON'S  dWlDINQ MAINTENANCE  Poper llopplng.  SpenlollilnQ-lnJ  i, Ir  nlorlor & Enlrirlor drttbratlno,  Run'Cleoiilna. All typon of Rulldlna  "MaintonnncorFlhorln'&fflllotlonr"'   WlndowCleonlno,-  PHONH 003-9713 AFTER 4 P,M,  D6K 642 - S*chftlt/ P.C.  FRANK E. DECKER/ OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AMD  HEATING  .^fJLUjMJl_N��,^HEATING 8, HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons ^~~~  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfittlna  Hot Wafer Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES;  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848   CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing-Supplies^-Boatsnew-and  ~rLarg��  Used-  885-9832  &~Srnair  ������������ i-^r-Seehfll"-.  SURVEYORS  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD."   Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Sorvlco  Phone 885-9014  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  _     Sales and Service * 886-9533 :  Everything  for the  Do*rlt~YourselferJ  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon ta^nder  ,  "" L,en Coqtos Ray Coates  886^9533 886-9533 '  PENDER HARBOUR      :y'z  PLUMBING 6V HEATING  PLUMBING,- HYDRONIC HEATING  ,   .     NEW WORK and SERy ICE "WORK >y  ��� Gov't. Cortlflod Plumbor  Phono 883-2720  ,pox...63..,..,���,.,.���,,,, ., ,   ���  Mac|QlrerPar|<, D.C  iMMMMSlMlMMMailMMMMM*^^  A. C. Rontbls  ToqIs ancl Equipment  Garden Bay, B,C,       Phono 883^2585  1 '  !���:���*  i "'���  '      "      "RENT1T'"AT" ���T"' ' "  THE RETAIL SHOP  "at Davli Day  "Wo Rent or Sail Almost Everything"  Typowrllors - Uahtlna Plants - To|qvls|ona,  Roto Tillers �� Comont.Minora �� Lawn Rakes  Mocliqnlc'a Tools  PHONE 005-20/18 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE '  APTER HOURS 003-21 SI    -'���  RETAlirSTORES:  C & S HARDWARE  ���"sicHEcrriiTcr'^'r1"^*"'"  ,   TO REACH  > > i  "      io,qoo-PEOPLE.  ������THE TIMES','885-?i54.  JCs2uiiJ@uslDffssL.Cgrd.  In this space will  roach nearly, 10,000..people!.  ttT^tS^mm-  .APPLIANCES-^HARDWARE���  ���^.HOME* FURNISHINGS���-*���.  11  Phone'885-9713  THE TOGGERY        l    "   Ladl os' :qncj *Chl Idrort's' Weair1""'*'  ,.    ������..Op<n),8l^dQya'a,,T*Yc��k .f ,..  ���' ������-��� Phono;- 885-2063-      v     ,  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt;. B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  Ti  RES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-270Q  SALES ANP SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.in.  ���-Friday-evenlng-byJappointmem-onlyr~���  TOWING  Scows ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING; & SALYAGft  ���   .    .*W*^^"^*��iMM��#.^.^ik��^lM,,|wIWS^.It^ '  H��,avy Equipment Moving & Log Towlnu  " ����������� "-"'LrHIGGS      '     ' - "-  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  > - Hou.sehold Moving, Packing; Storage -      '  Packing Materials For Sale  ���      . Member of Allied Van Lines.  Canada's No, 1 Moyers  Phono 886^2664, R,R, \, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY'SERVICE FRQM VANCOUVER  ���'-���SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  "General' Froljjht, Low-bod ami heavy haMlIng  " '���"! " ' I"   '   ''   ���������"���  XV^,andLRAPJO,,������,,   CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  JS��GURIJiJl.GK��Mwn^nMwPHO^B.8BS.9330��  TELEVISION t-p APPLIANCES  -    ���-m AUTHORIZED ���     ���   ���  SALES ��� SERVICE  ���     PHILCO-FORDT^, 'MOTOROLA  .      ��� SPEED-QUGEN   ���      ���   ,   > -, n r  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES   , ���    & SERVICE LTD,    ��� - -��  ���ADMIRAL^'^rfELECTROHOiYJE"  ...  ,    ( and-ZE^TH^DEALERS-''' ���; ,  "���  Gordon Ojlvor   V   EfJ Nicholson  In The Heart Of Downtown Sochelt,'  Box 799, Socholt 885-9816 <  ����� ,' ,*.      CLOSED, ON, MONDAYS  '.  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  TYPEWRITER  REPAIRS 8. SERVICE  Aaonl for Hprmos TyhqwrUor"'",'-,  :>HO^E 886-2728  P, Tliomas o\ Co,  I  ;*WWi^l*fWt��W"l����M.  mmfiimmmifmmmmmflt  mmttdtdmm^tytmwim  UPHOLSTERY  DELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  .^..���.��.^n^^'^^��_/B\; JH| pi^-V> R A PERI _ES^-i-i���-*-���-'-���"-"**"  Reup*i6lsterlrit)_�� Ros"Vlino 7 Comploto'Dr<J|^r|  Service * Samples shown In (.6 home  Phona 006-2050 aftor 6  p.m  u*��*f��ss��*(('*tWV+ii**i< [*(i)��i(11  ��  m��m  mmv^'^wm^m.mmim^mm'^mmim''.  {  m  i  'i,    'I  i 7.  ,Vf V."  -\  ���   t/r  #te  Page A-4       Peninsula Time's, Wednesday, May 10, 1979  ,' ii* '   i   i i i   , i,��� ulna       i  i r    * '' . ' , i  -nr  c  Seehelt - Phone 885-9654  Ti     r_ C7-        aecneit - ftione ooa-vo3��i  HePeNINSULAY^^ Gibsons . ���hone 886.7244  Classified  A TV "U  t��fi>MMinfiwiWMWwfi*in*MM\fWWVMWMWwifMiy-��-*^titwiWfirwwfw��nw��n*wvwinnA*www^^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, BG.  Established "1963  BIRTHS  Member, Audit Bursa*  of Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971    ,  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.   .  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion   , $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  *>      commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers ��� ��� 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks7ln Mem--  oriam,  Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to  14 lines)  and   20c   per   line   after   that.   4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates. 9  Subscription Rares���  By  Mail:      *  Local Areo _!*. $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. .���$9.00 yr.  Overseas ���$1 0.00  yr.  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  ...   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to rha happy  parents.  WALLY    and    Sharon    Vono-  cluik arp .proud' lo annouher  lho . birth   of   their   daughter,  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  3  FIVE ACRE'BLOCKS  within  Village of Sechelt  Elevated, future view property, undeveloped beautiful location. West Porpoise Bay,  $9,000 each, cash. Phone 885-  9fif>4 or write Box 310, Seehelt  B.C. 8(110-1 fn  LARflR lot HI) x VM\ Rprl-  ��� rnoffrt Pii.art. Potential view  on pa\ed road, power and  phone available.  $3950.   Phone  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  HELP WAMTIP (sent.)  AUTQS..& TRUCKS (Cent,)  ri8:'v 965*1.  BS'34-tfn  Leah Mari, (! lb  April 25, 1972, at  Hospital,   Sechelt,  St.  B.C.  ������_���    ozs.  Mary's  8580-24  WRST    SRCHRLT:  wooded   5   acre  view.   $9,500.  Nicely  dock   with  OBITUARY  BARNES* Passed away on  May 6. 1972, Alfred (Barney) Barnes of Roberts Creek,  B.C., aged 83 years. Survived  by 1 son, Charles of Roberts  Creek; 3 daughters, Mrs.  ���l-la/.fl Kilbride- and Mrs., Nancy Lenfesty both of Vancouver, and Mrs. Lily Simnis of.  Delta, B.C.; II grandchildren;  sisters in England. Reverend  David Brown conducted the  service in the Harvey Funeral  Home on Tuesday, May 9th at_  2 p.m. Interment Sea View  Cemetery.   . 86' 13-24  CARD OF THANKS  Special Citizens,  Local  Area  _  I WISH to thank all my  friends for their lovely gifts,  cards and kind wishes, during my stay in '��� St. ' Mary's  Hospital. Special thanks to  Dr. Paetkau and all the nursing staff; also Father Simpson; Father Donovan and  *3tS0     Sister Trudeau,,lor their kina7  HOPKINS: Sound family  home on view lot. House  consists 4 bdrms., comb. kit.  and din., nice size living- room  opens to deck. Small sewing  room. Rec. room. A-oil furnace. Blk. top roads front  and   back.' Terms   on   $21,500.  Nice     level     semi-clear lot,  close   lo   schools-,   shops and  transportation.    Area    of new  homes.   $5,500.  Charming 5 room home featuring spacious rooms and  double' "plumbing. Fireplace  in I'i v. nn., finished rec room  ~in lower level. A-oil heat.  Carport has deck roof. Natural setting is lhe theme of the  landscaping. Attractive terms  on $31,500 or discount for  cash.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  ���Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  Vlf.V. .Int.- Selma Park, 90 x  lBO^fcarcd and-graded. Wator  and hydro. $5500 PH. 885-  f)tj2��. 8544-24  PENDER HARBOUR"  Modern 4 year old, 5 room  basement home on lar��e  view garden lot. Sep. dining  room, wal^ to wall rug, within  .walking distance all services  in Madeira Park. -.Asking  $15,040    down,    bal7 by    A/S.  Beautiful     Marina     Site     in  choice   locali.ki   of   Madeira  Park.  Level  with over  85o' of  waterfront.  BeaiTtiful level view lot on  Francis Peninsula. 225' blacktop  rd.  frontage.  All. services.  ' SELMA PARK  2    double    view    lots. ��� -Could  easily be split a each. Asking   $6,500   each.   Terms.  Jack Noble S83-2701  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.  936-7292  ���8606-24  FOR RENT  PART-TIME book keeper  wanted Garden Bay area  preferred. Write Rox 78593.  c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310.  SckIiuU.   B.C.   ' 8593-24  I960     FORD,     good    running  order,   good  tires  and  radio.'  transmission.   ��ForJ!*&lle7  -8565-24  New  Ph.   885-2853.  FLEETWOOD Logging. Co..  Ltd. requires, Log truck  driver; Yarding engineer;  Grade shovel operator; Class  A heavy duty mechanic. Union  wages and benefits. Transportation daily from Port Mellon  lo eamf) and return. Interested  parlies call- Vancouver Radio  T.-lephone for tVIcNab Creek,  ,,i wnle Box 1.10, Port Mellon,  I'M' All enquiries, attention  Toiiv   Uuralia. 8547-24  19577- AUSTIN;   good   running-  condition,    $215.    Call    886-  7016. 8586-24  .1957   G.M.C.   %   ton    truck,  rebuilt  engine;   for sale.  Ph.  885-2853.     . 8564-24  l!Ki4   MERCURY -pick-up,   insulated    canopy,    $875.    Ph.    * || ...       ��l. .'lltll' .J.'.Ml.,  7 '..,*    .       1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES. .,    x  Residential  -  Qommerciul' -  Recreational  All types of real estate  financing including guilders  ""Toan^.   Past apprmsaT service.  : ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCbllVER. B.C.  7   Phone 926-3256  .  Use 'Times' AdBriet^ to Sell, Rent Buy  88*5 2312.  8600-24  WILL     remove  fi oni  votn*  vard-  car     bodies  -te-+he-4iwn Pt-  ROOM   and   board    available  for   one   female.   Phone   8.85-  9085. 8609-26  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  1 OR 2 bedroom house for 2  or 3 months. Walking distance to shopping and water.  Starting '1st June. Ph. 886-  70J0. 8112-24  WANTED TO, BUY  CoOK WANTED tor summer  relief-    Previous    experience  .in Institutional cooking preferred. Apply: St. Mary's  Hospital,     Box   678,     Sechelt,  . B.q. 8587-24  WANTED" immediately   -   experienced     boom-man,     Osborne   Logging,   Box   189,   Sechelt,   Ph.   ��85-9767.       8588-24  HANDICRAFTS needed *"on  consignment by the Company Store, 6605 Royal Avenue, Horseshoe Bay.* Phone  921-9421  or 922-8041   evenings:  8542-24  Help Wanted, female  SPRING HAS SPRUNG! The  weather's great - so get out  of the house, start earning  money as an Avon Representative. Discover how easy it  is to sell Avon products to  friendly people. Representative needed for Gibsons to  Langdale territory. Call Collect to Mrs. Matches 929-2592  or call Inge Harrison 886-  2967. * �� 8518-25  $10.   Phone   883-2691.     8568-25  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS Mobile Home Park -  West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd., West Sechelt next to  school.   Ph.   885-2375.    3705-24  FINANCING Your Mobile  Home Arranged ��� Large 2  bedroom mobile . home, 2  baths, large family room with  patio doors. Built in. china-  cabinet, large closets " and  cupboards. No furnishings,  this is the best basic unit on  i the Peninsula. Double ferry  charges have been paid. Put  Uijs fine home on your own  foundation and apply for the  Home Owners Grant. $15,500  Financing Arranged. No  agents. Phone 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 8713-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  *^f    .��� ���.��� ... _    On  approx    SA   acre   level   lot  near Madeira   Park    Has  electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport.. Full price $21,000.  CARS & TRUCKS  Canada  $4.00  SERVICE  Single Copies   15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  In'"���writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  ���subject���-"-t��"~*.*re��Qurs8."--in     low. ������  prayers.  ���Mrs  Francesca  Bourne.  859 L24  8119-24  A sincere thank-you to friends  and neighbors for the lovely gifts and cards received  while in St. Mary's Hospital.  Also a special thanks to Dr.  Rodgers and the nursing staff  wbxi.���_.sQ kindly   took   care   of  me_W.  S.  McFie.  8607-24  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, Qoods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely qn offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  tvtographical error, that portion  of tire advertibiing spuce occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowqnce for signature, will not be charged for,  b*jt the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled befora'  -publication; Change from^original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate, for the additipr.Ql  work.  PERSONAL  5.3  ACRES, Shaw Road,  Gibsons     Village,     5     minutes  walk   to   high  school,  $10,000.  Phone  886-9661   evenings.  8598-tfn  ���     EWART McMYNN  ._REALXY-& INSURANCE-  . Multiple   Listings   Service  : Box"2^.'���r?ia^TTsr-B:C.  WANTED   ���^Small     electric  cement mixer with or without motor. Phone 883-2231.  8582-tfn  WANTED   used   wheelbarrow  and  utility  trailer.   Ph.  886-  7148. 8584-24  LOST  "WANTED���for" casK���1959-60  ��� Zepher 6, any condition.  Ph.   885-2015. 8599-24  BOATS & ENGINES  'LAST OF THE 71's  50    H.P.   Evinrude,   Standard  shaft,  Full Electric.  ONLY $995.00  MADEIRA MARINA  "~T. Pender  Harbour  883-2266  8541-25  SHEETIE    dug���tost.���Wilson-  Creek   area,   pld   and   deaf,  ^1)4���goletJy���Fj.nd^r���please���cal-1  collect   584-58687  -.8602-24  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4-979-tfn  Thre^e  WISH to  contact Latter  Day  Saints member^. Phone 885-  2175 ,.01-886-2546. 6766-tfn  Get All Your'Garden ing  Needs And Expert  Advice ... at  MURRAY'S GARDEN &  PET SUPPLIES  G.ow-fin-....*Boin.t_Road,,_Gibsons.  Phone   886-2919  Now open 6 days a week  8732-tfn  I   WILL   not   bo   responsible  ROBERTS     CREEK:  B.R, log house, on a large  level, partly treed lot. All  services available. Fireplace,  oil heating. Close to beaches  and .transportation. F.P.  $15,000.  OFFERS  .  ROBERTS CREEK: Level lot,  size 1.60 acres. Partially  cleared. Road frontage , on  Beach Avenue is 160 ft. Water  hydro and telephone available. F.P. $12,300. Terms  m��y  be arranged.  SOAMES POINT: Three B.R.  home on Marine Drive.  Newly decorated interior.  Splendid view. Close to an  excellent  WANTED  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  ^oss-frojCLthe Sechelt Bus Depot  10 -  10 LAWRENCE  or similar  sized  yarder  wanted   in  running   condition.   Ph.    885-  9326. 8616-24  WORK WANTED  PAINTING    and    Decorating.  Interior  and   Exterior,   brush  spray   and  roll.   Ph.   886-9984.  8118-26  ARBORITE or Fovmica counter  tops.   Professionally   applied   and   guaranteed.    Will  bring colour samples to you.  beach-and Langdale   -BH1=888***240Q; ���7936-tfn-  ELEVATED SEA VIEW  Well maintained view home close to beach, park and hot fishing  area.   2   Bedrooms.   Large   L.R.   with   fireplace.   Auto.   heat.   A  unique property. Must be sold. F.P. $24,500 Terms.  LEVEL WATERFRONT LOT  Sechelt  close   in   80'   frontage.   Nicely  treed.   New   home  area.  $10,500.  400  FT. WATERFRONTS-BARGAIN  HARBOUR  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobile home mounted on concrete and on  approx. 1,400 sq. ft. well constructed building easily converted  into a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room). Landscaped. Float and  -private marine ways. Many opportunities for development or just  o real nice place to live. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  '.$20,000 down.  FURNISHED HOME��� IRVINES LAN-DING  Very comfortable two B.R. view home on large lot. Good gardening  soil.  Close to marina and  BoaTTduncTiing.   $2b,00u  with  terms.  "EARL COVE RESTAURANT  At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best location on the Sunshine  Coast.  Property, business and equipment for sale, or would lease  business and equipment.  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel pr subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1.300 ft, on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx.  I'O "acres partially cleared and in grass." Would make excel lent  subdivision or mobile home park. Full price $32,000 with $10,000  down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4/000.   .__  MADEIRA PARK '    ..  Choice view lots on 64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,000  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT-  $1,000 DOWN  Level lot "in the Village of Sechelt. Treed. $4000 F.P.  Terry.    A-0    heat,    A-E    hot  water, 220 wiring,  Immediate  .occupancy.   F,P,..41!>,">00.  OFFERS,  Member.  CHIMNEYS    swept.      Stoves  cleaned. Phone 886-2834 af-  10 LEVEL ACRES  Large cement  block  hay  barn.  Aluminum   hip  roof.  On  paved  road & water supply. Asking $25,000. Terms.  Phone J. Anderson  or Stan  Anderson  885-2053   or  885-2385,  Garden Bay���.-over one" acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000. with $13,000 down.  LAGOON ROAD.  4 very good building  lots.  Easy walking distance to school and-  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots ...  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 BR furnished  home on large view lot. Close to marina,  boat  launching  ond   famous  Lee   Boy fishing  grounds.   $15,000   with  $7,500 down.  tor 5 p.m.  8503-24  BUSINESS machine repair, &  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre, Glh.sona,  Starts Sunday, May 7 to  Sal,, May 13, Ryan's Daughter. Winner of 2 Academy  Awards, Starring Robert Mlt-  ������ chum..- and���Trovor��� Howard.-���  Adult   Entertainment,   Warning: Severn 1 scones of simuln-   '"In tod ' sex��'Stni,l'lhg' ��� Sunday.  May 14 to Sat,, May 20, tho  Aeiulomy Award Winner  Summer of '42, Adult Entertainment, Wiu'iiln..: A lot of  Sweni'ln.f, HU7-34  ARMY NAVY AND  __.AIRFORCE DANCE   "(Anayots) 357   '  SATURDAY, MAY 13  , ll!30 p.m.noborlit "Crook ���Com-'  munlty Hull, Rntu'k platen,  Spiil   prl/.'oh,   Admlfwlon   $1 00   * enchrim.MTiJioi'H'I'rep, ���������'   Ill I(1-24  TO.*���nny^dem-fwntiW  anyone  Spenc-o.  but    myself  -Dennis  8521-24  COAST CONTRACTING  Building - All types.  '-Roofing'-s-Dufiroltl-Shingles'-"  Shakos - Aluminum  Painting - Int., Ext,���* Ros: &  Commercial N  Concroto  -  basements  -  sldo-  wnlkH - sen tk retaining wnlls,,  . Iflorir covering - lnnulntlcm,  Phone 886-7320  -tfn  PHOflE  880-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer        886-9359  7993-tfn  __, ___^__SE1_M-ATFA-RK __ ^  $2000 dn, Large view Jot 75}<135. Close to store, post office qnd  new breakwater, boat launching, Ideal retirement area,. Walking  distance to beach, F.P/$5,000 and $60 permonth. Jack Anderson 885-2053 or Stan Anderson 885-2385.  GARDEN BAY- LAKE  Comfortable 2 B.R. house,  fully furnished on extra  large parklike lot overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  at $27,500.  3 BR"hOME ON 4 ACRES  With- 150 ft,  rocky waterfront'.  Purchqser could, possibly divide  into 2 parcels. Immediate possession, Asking $35,000.  -DAVIS-BAY���  HELP WANTED  NEW Boom Ground  In Howe  Sound���-2 winder  operators;  Near new two bedroom ranch style home with laundry room, Ocopn  view.- South1 west slope,  Large  lot, some  trees,  handy  location..  Good value at  $20,800 F.P. Jack Andorson  885-2053  or Stan  Anderson 885-2385,  Wally.Peterson��.886-2877 ��^  d_ ka���c L   poa_oaka   Contact Mr. HUlejohn ul (181-  Ron McSayaney   886-9656  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  0120-24  33114 or write, to 007 Denmnn  St,,  Vancouver,  B.C.  8535-24  ROBERTS CREEK  Largo treed lot on Lower Road, Excellent slope, all services available, Paved roads, Mobile homos permitted, vory good access  to boach, F,P.'$5,��50,,Stan Anderson 885-2385 or Jack Anderson  885-2053, '"  REAC ESTATE  "   LESSONS In   I)i\hIo   Hlrotoh  riqwlng * olntiriOH,   111   n-nv-.o*  12 ,110011 nnd l,,p.nv4��, il���p,nv.  IK liullfiii lo t. oImmhi "��OI* I'ttl'tllT  or Information ,phono 8U.I-  73(H). II504-24  m Beawt if ul RocrealJonql  Park-like 160' acros  neqr  Secret Cbvia  Wol| olovnlod property, nomo  ��oooini*��vIowijj���irnHn���nrid���'Hf.hli��-  llmbor, .Unit) i\...m from highway .at   only   $(17,500,   Somo-  lormi-.. o/o "'ok 310, Ponlnnula  Tlmoii, Soaholl, B.C.    B733-irn  5'YIMW loin for m\lo iu Sulmn  Paris,   Phono  BOI"-0557,  l)r>fll).?,<1  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE'  -NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION;  Where the actlpn  is!  Drive around,,see now houses going up,> There'.s a lot  for you out there at a price you can pfforcl. from $3000  . to $5000, AsK us for .q four around,  ,,.��� i,   WATERFRONT: Solma Park 60 ft. nice flat beach,  vyqH 300 ft, Jong, Lease.,.qofl,,R.P,.$WQ,..          ���" >iiiiPi��iii*��wwmn��������� iHiM.���iii�� Ml^  DAVIS ROAD: Th'o only flat MWIng .lot left In  Gibsons at this price, oh sower, close to shopping,  transportation etc, F,P, $4000,  SELMA PARK  Now 2 bedroom homo on trood lease proporty, Real handy location,  Idoql (or retirement,. Auto heat cab,, electric kitchen, How roptod,  Only $13,000 F'.PJack Anclorson 365-2053 or 885.2385.  WEST SECHELT  ��Largo....soa��vlow^lot,<.ApproKlmaloly^-^~acre,��Southi.vvoslvoxpo$urorw��  '1ove|->l>ull"llnf)'-slloi^Creekj'front''troed.t47|500^F';Pv'*Jack'-,Ancl6rson��*  '    895.2053 or Sjlqn Andorson 885.?,385,  Recrootlon  18,000 sq,  Some wllh  .    SARGENTS, BAY,       ;  Lot,v A choice of five lots oil ore In oxcoRa ot  It. Mobilo homo ,?onlno or Rummer.cabins, $3950,  torms, Stan Andorson  885-9.385 or Jack Anclorson   -��������� 885-2053; ���" - - '-��� ��� ���- - ���  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  ..... $5,000.to.$6,000 with good terms.      , ,\     ,  waterfrontTots  ,Francis .Peninsula���80'���!! 0,000 cash.. Lot ..19-75'���$16,500.4 -  Va ACRE���JQHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira. Park���-Gently .sloping. ��� olcc|y treed Jot,,, ;$6,5,00 cash.,   ruWTake~motel  10 Motel units (all electric)���8 with cooking facilities, office with  living quarters, tor manager.  Approx.  800 ff. 'Ofi' small  lake,  approx, 200 ft, on Ruby Lake with floats and launching ramp.  .Wi_���.���t._...^. ���.,*_*,���,���.��4*.*,w���. puii-prico-^sS^OOO'wIt IT"* ^25;000'clown --'���---------.���-���-*-'�������..'���������-��---���---�����---.--  "gafTden baTT  315, i., waterfront,'"'over' 3 acres on 2 separate parcels; Very  large home-r-6 (could bo 10) bodrooms���an excellent start fpr  q fishing lodge and rosort. Good beach, lots of floats, $70,0Q0  full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 ft,  waterfront lot for $42,000.  7 $14,700 FULL PrTCE   i   '  Near Madeira Park-^-^ BR home on lame view  lot,  Has oil  furnace, balcony on 2 sides. Immediate possession.  -^APPROX.^152*l=vr.^WATER,ERONTr-^EGMONT   ,  "Properly In'2"lotG;M)utW^  ,..,,..  t$)3,Q0v0 clown. , ,���,,,.....,.���.....���.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots, of approx, ]'%������ apros each. Only 'cfTow  hundred It, from Marlnq, Each priced at $10,0O0*-"Torms.  4kuntff M��t|<*t44irirf<"�� H4*affltu ������� nw^i'pw  TRIVATTSAT^rTOTiAEDrATrtOSSESSIOK  "Georgjd Strait View HPmo", SolmQ Park ,  ApproxT' 2400' fitj, fl. on 55 floppi, A bdrms, 2 bnthrms. '2 flro,  "p|prin;-W;Wrcarpet|ng7-|qT0c-i^rroomrAlsO"24��30**9iitb^  "Clear Tltloi Only $41,500.00, wllh $10,500 dn1, Pank'tlnontlnn  pvallqblo, To view Phonp BB3.9fl30,  ,  iGtBSONS���VlLLAGEi.,U|3lQcK4frorn.tHo,beach.O|vnlco,41  flpl  properly,  5 year,old. 3 bedroom home. Largo  "kitchen"& dining aroa, vanity bathroom. L.R, has  corner ctii-stono flroplaco, just a short walk to��� shop,  plpg fi, P.O. all tt||s for ^4,000, Qnollfy for a bank  mlgo, ancl you can got this for $6000 aovvn.  CommorclQl cloqrdd; lovol lot hear Medical Cont ro Ih  HPPorJBIbs^^^^^  GRANTHAMS LANDING STOREi- InCJHdo^ owner's  ,,jJVi.llft,.,opd_tJi.CQc��.rflntfll^^  proposition, 1971 statrhontfaYall. g^nMlnoly imorost"-  ���ed-partlesr���������  3.96 ACRES      ���           Close lo Beach and Marina. Park like sotting on black top road,  WQior available, Fruit troqn, Real value $85007"*,P, Jack Anderson.*  1   8B5-2053 or Stan Anderson 885-2385,         LOW DOWN PAYMENT.  Solmq park 75x135, View ".ot, $4?50 P.P. Call Jack Anderson  805-2053 or Jqck Anderson 885-2385.  SMll!Wm*%'M>!WW����.  ���W*ill!W<y|Ww��^i|iiWi^��^^^  LISTINGS���WANTED   ,  Lot us,sell your property, \vo got results, our sales  , exceeded, ono million dollars In 1971. '  >*����^,4Ktrti~ n^e At   ��������.. r4W|/|nn (im (rnrflwftnrrn  K,, A. Crosby  886-2098 -..,.,1,  E, White  886,-2935  ���   '     '       J. Vlssor 885-2300  WEST SECHELT  Nice clean modern 3 bedroom homo bnlarflo |o|, To view���Coll  Swanno or Lon Von Eomoncl at 885-2241 or MU3.-35-14.  L  WATERFRONT HOME  Wont Secholt, Panoramic View,. Southern Exposure, Private, nice  two bod*aom homo, Prlcod atonly $2��,900, Terms, To view call ,  Un or Suranne Van (-"or/iond 885*2241 or 805-9683,  " '"  ' ' ' '    HOBBY FARM , 7    "Modern" homo~w|.h"extrq~t152��9qrftrth^  duplex, On 3 choice acros with nice v|��w, Uqrge hoatetl rIiocI with  85 chinchilla*, a 4*cor oorofle, 1raclor��, tmall truck, tools, imoll  nnlmals, chicKens; diicks, oftose, fplqs,'ondlaoati, fi.lly equipped "  ^7^ll*-r^i^~^*-*mnc|T-^nro^  appreciated, Call St^anno Vqn Itamond 885-9^83 or'805-2241, '  large^waTerfront-lot*  Protected  moorage, Nicely treed,  Private and quiet,  For only  $10,500, Call  Suzanne or Lon  Van  Egmond  at   885-9683 or  ,. .. 885'.224l,  , 7    '   .  j _.OVERLOOKING��XHE....TRA,IL.4SLANDS.���.���  Largo residential bulldlna Jots���ready to build oh, water 8,  hydro available. Call Lnn or Suzanne Van Egmond at 885-9683  or 885-2241.   .:.,.���,. ISLAQRES ,WJMJ.tM&ER.. ,....,. .,, .:.,.   D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has appro^. 550 ft, of waterfront on Mlxal Lake, road 8* crook  price $50,00Q wim $25,000 clown.   ��� * -��7 .*���- -- ^'UBY^AiTE-"-'- , ���- *��� ������-��   119, ft, waterfront with,float, and furnls,lwl cdttaao. Complete  with  running  water,  bqthroom  and  sorvlcod  with  hydro,   Full  ���   ��� "prlco!42l,0pp With terms,     "     ���   ���>" ���  irvinesTanding  . 3 PR homo, JorQo.Ylew.loti, close to marina,.and.''oat launching,',  Overlooking   famous   Lea   Ray  fhhlng  grounds,   $13,000   wllh  ���'SAKfiNAWTAKE "  13,8, acros, nicely trooc| land with approx, 350' Cholco Waterfront, Asking $40,000,00,  view "HomeMr)r, acres -  Vyell bqllt partially furnished -1460 sq, ft, ZB.R,* homo, with  Jjasqmonlandlho best of ovorylhlng, 2. lull, bathrooms, fireplace,  ho! wator'heating, double cqr port and, patio, Revenue posnlblll-  tlo�� from older bufdlnpii on proporlyx_*?99,750  wllh  $19,000  flown.  ' '       4  MO01UE.: HOME. SITES  averoHotn-flvn| loblet-  ^mMany.othcr.vlow,..andwptorfronl4oti..ln ll>�� Pend*rHarUour��r��a-  Olli^illli  REALTY UTt.,  WW" MfW** ��* ��*w�� *����. wrl tit. *#9. M ���#>n#m*'��4<  Madeira, Park B.C.,  Phono Pender Harbour 883-2233  ��� ���  4     .,;  Mrp  mMmm  ~tr  *     .  I,   *,< nm1!   7 !, 1) , '��'  o��  HWWB'M^.MHW  imii��iw^rt*ULj����j-  ���'��� I'm"xi H^jimif Mum  BOATS & ENG1N1S (ConU    BOATS & INGiNiS (cont) ,; Mh and ihiine$ (cent.)        FOR SALE (Continued)  Good turn-out . ��� .,.  '���-       ^  *enfn��iHo-JFtmea  W*  1,-Vrjy     HOUSTON     gl'asscraft  boat   with   55 Ti.p.  Johnson.  C-W trailer,' all  topVnnditioii.  $1,800.   Ph. :883-2ft24,     8553-2^  1968     DOUBLE     Eagle,     100  Evinrude outboard and trailer  "for   sale.   iPhoqe   885-9867.  8574-tfn  1970 85 H.P. EVINRUDE with  controls.   Top   shape,   $795.  Madeira  Marina, Pender Harbour,  883-2266.- 850*3-24  -LEAVt-NO* for  Europe  -  test  pffer takes  14-ft. 5 tnch ski  ,boat, 65. h.p. Merc Phone ,885-  -9tt55  after .4:30 p.-m.      859H-24  10   PT.   Rangstei*   craft   boat,  6   h.p.   Johnson   motor,   as  new,     $550.     Bannister     e/o  Julian   ff8?P2~-.GT. ~        Ttfi 12-26  1-14' CLINKER boat, 1-14'  plywood   boat   for  sale.   Ph.  883-2282. ��� 8615-24  PETS  \  18 FT. plywood outboard  boat with complete canvas  lop. Can be seen at Garden  Bay, full price $550 or nearest  offer.   Ph..   883-2416.      8585-27  PENDER HARBOUR  "BXREKIN i-OK Q.JICK3A1.X7M5ae"r"r^^  soltitely as new! Double plumbing, full basement, lovely furnishings, 2 cottages for rent income, large workshop $ith heavy  inventory tools, engines/parts, etc. ALL ON 1-2 BEAUTIFUL  VIEW ACRES OVERLOOKING WATER AND ISLANDS. Full"  Price $39,750 with, very reasonable t^rms.  WATERFRONT:-One lot left on Francis Peninsula. It's level, and  has  100' of protected moorage.   Lovely view property.  $13,000.  WATERFRONT: Close in to Madeira Park���2 lots���One is very  large 100' on nice beach and deep moorage ($8,800). The other  has   about   60'   of   beach   and   2   "begch   houses"   ($13,000).  WATERFRONT: Beautiful property with 100' deep sheltered  waterfront on Bargain Harbour'. 3 room cabin needs finishing.  . . $19,500.00.  COMMERCIAL SITES: Some good lots in "Down Town" Madeira  Park . . . priced from $7,900.00.  WATERFRONT RESORT: On 4 view acres in Pender Harbour.'  Deep moorage, sandy beach, lge modern 4-plex, 2 cabins, 14  camper-trailer spaces with washrooms and laundry, 3 bedroonj  owners home, boats, floats, workshop. High , potential with  tremendous room for expansion. Should gross $21,000 on asking  price of -$ 1 39,000. Good terms.  JOCK HERMON*  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2735.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  PURE    bred    Scotch    Terrier  *. ly?    years.    Free    to    kind  home.  Phone  collect 583-9901.  ' .   8583-24  POODLE   clipping   and   bathing  in  your  home  or mine,  also   Poodle   puppies.   Phone  885-9797. 8561-25  -V- > , ���        ���. V   -MONTH-' old  puppies,  free  to  kind     homes.     Phone    885-  2080. 8601-24  GOOD     homes     wanted     for  small rrwxed breed puppies.  886-2161.  > ,      8617-24  LIVESTOCK  LIMA   shorel   model  .34   GM  power  wide  orawbrs.  Good  eund.   Jih-^886-0607-^��� 25  .  -  ,-o.-. ������>������ ���  9   x    12   ACRILAN   rug   with  under     pad.     Green,     $50.  Phone   886-7055. 8579r25  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  8H5-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tin  1971    YAMAHA   360   cc.   En-  duro.   Great    shape.    Phone  880-9539. 8581-24  ���.������: _^. ,   1 FORD 352 motor, also 1  'Chrysler slant 6 motoryand  transmission. Ph. 885-9927, or  885-9607, 8614-24  ELECTROLUX  Bob Waltham  Phone 885-9878  LA to Guides and Brownies  Hunechin District meeting-  Wednesday, May 30, 1972  CHICKS'���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks.- Order, early, send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-  64th Ave,, R.R. 7, Langley,  B.C.  534-6268. 7840-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  BUSINESS*  OPPORTUNITIES  EARN MONEY IN YOUR  SPARE TIME  Men   or   Women   to   re-stpck  and collect money  from  New  ��� Type   high  quality  cpin-oper-  8299-tfn  GIRLS  bike,   24  inch  bananas  seat.   Ex.    cond.   Apply   R.  Smith,   Metcalfe   and    Lower  Rd.,   Roberts   Creek.     8608-25  LTD.  Box 7997Gibsons.   B.C.-���' Van.  Direct:  685-3133  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  INVESTORS!  Over 31 acres, of prime development {and���Gibsons  rural. Proposed highway runs right through! 15 acres  cleared in grass���Year round creek. Owner most  anxious to sell. Listed at $49,500���Will consider  ALL offers and terms. <��������      .  FARMETTE���GI BSONS  -2^5 "Acres -w"+h^ver-*4W~Hfghway~frpTTfc^erOlcter  type 2 bedroom home,  fireplace, driveway, chicken  "House ere. ThTs is a terrific buy "for only $T870007  $6,000 dQwn  balance at 8%.  hirst time ottered--  Don't miss this ohe7  FRANKLIN ROAD  Lovely 2 bdrm home just minutes to beach. Excellent  investment for only $16,800, good terms���$100.per  month at 8%.  BURNS ROAD  -Bi**i44m��4Gt--^pp.^-r-����x4^  on all services, paved road, close to safe beach. F.P.  $3500.00.  ated dispensers in your arear-  No selling. To qualify, must  have car, references* $1000.00  to $3000.00 cash. Seven to  twelve .liours weekly can net  excellent income. Sflore full  time. We establish your route.  For personal interview write:  including   phone  number  BV.  DISTRIBUTORS  LIMITED  Dept.   "A"  1163"TecufnsehfRoad., "East  WINDSOR  20,   Ontario.  8592-24  THE book that almost everyone seems to be asking for  ---Over 180 Canadian designs  in "Htsme Plans" just $1.00 at  News Bpoks <Sj S1.aUarie.vy,  Seclielt.  Phone  885-9654.   .  8597-24  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel-  . iopes, statements, invoices,  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at Se-  chett or uhorie 885-9654.      .-."__   FOR SALE  24    INCH    General    electric  THE book which, may well  become a minor classic���  set in British Columbia's great  wilderness area���a book for  nature lovers and sportsmen  alike. Read Black Water  River (foa - Thai - Kas) now  in stock at Books &z Stationery, Sechelt, just $6-95. For  Canadiana books, check with  us, our stock will astound  you. Phone 8|5-9654.    8562-24  A.R.S. AMORETTO knitting  machine complete with rib  knitter, wool winder, and  weaving attachment. Best of-,  fer to $200. Phone 885-9506.  8604-24  IT WAS a fine turn-out of LA members  ,to -Guides and Brownies for the Hune-  chfn district at their meeting held May  "id at Mrs. Mary Flays with 17 present.  Fairy godmother Mrs. Bonnie Paetkau, lor the lst���Sechelt Guides, reported  the Guides were at the fireball for a fire  mooting thai night and Wendy Flay pop-  1-jfd in to say all tft> giVls had passed lhe  liist pari of their test. The girls still  m-t-d a Captain. Mrs. Newton, Commissi! iner, has been assisting 1st Lieutenant  Janet Webb and the new second lieutenant Miss Janice Mullen.  Mrs. Paekau regrets she must resign  as godmother in June, so two vacancies  need  to be filled.  Brownie Leader.. Brown Owl Mrs.  Paul Gibbons gave fthe report for 1st  Sechelt Pack in the absence of fairy god-  m of her- Mrs. Lynn Jorgensen 7 All the  gins who have worked for their Golden  Hands have acquired them. The pillows  for the tea are finished. Mrs. Newton  said how impressed she was with the  Golden Hand Brownies and' how well  they went through  their ceremonies.  Mrs. Ruth Kolb'us, fairy godmother  1st Pender Harbour Pack, had presented  badges to 5 of their Brownies, tHYee for  Thrift, 1 writers and 1 book lover. Mrs.  Helen Edwardson is planning on taking  the girls on a nature hike. Several small  ones are working on their Golden Bar.  Their membership is  18 Brownies.  Mrs. June Sheridan, 1st Wilson Creek  pack godmother toid of how-.her. Brownies  were working for their Golden Bar and  some   fpr_.their.-Golden   Hand.   All   the  ~gTrTjF*hlive passed their first aid.  Mrs. Diane Benner, Rangers godmother,, had 6 girls -enrolled in a very  casual ceremony. _ Mrs. Benner and Mrs.  Harriet Newton were initiated in by the  girls. Taken outside and blindfolded  brought in to have their hands pushed in  warm spaghetti. Turnning the tables Mrs.  . Newton was trussed up like a dummy by  Mrs. Benner, a face mask was put on her  feet, as Mrs. Benner brought each girl  in to speak to the face, Mrs? Newton  would then rise up and smack her on the  rear with a rolled.up newspaper.  The  Rangers  have  been busy  selling  Driftwood Players  calendars for the"Lions and cookies in  the Shopping Mall. Also busy " making'  handicrafts for the tea. A candle making bee is planned for the future.  The average age*of these girls is 15.  Meetings are held.;at. Mrs. .Diane Ben-  ner's. A really er^Jjugiastic' gro^ip of  young x ladie^! Informal get-togethers.  New members weWatne.  Tlie Rangers enrolled at this time  wore: Vivian WaisQri, Patty Wing," Ka-  Ihy Marorof't, Kin*. Cousins. Pam Benner, .Judy   Wyte.  Gibsons will host the Divisions Guide  Rally to be held May 27th ancl 20th.  Trip around the world in 20 hours. Trusting the weather for it will be an outdoor  program. Billets are needed for Texada  and Powelh River Guides.        ���. ._  Cookie sale was- an���unqualified success, with 115 cases of cookies .sold by  the guides and brownies. Extra cases  Were ordered from last year but it still  was hot enough and many regular customers were disappointed. Thanks to those  who purchased and Our regrets to those  disappointed.  The members decided not to keep  their Nabob coupons. for a coffee urn  instead cashed them in on three items  for the door prize at the.tea. Two quality games for boys and girls and a ladies  travelling   clock.  Spring tea conveners, will be ��� Mrs.  Lori Bryson and Mrs. Donalda Sigouin.  The date is June 3rd, at the Sechelt Legion Hall. There will be a bake table,  sewing table, bopk sales, pillows, plants  and white elephant and a "prize'tree''.  There will be a special meeting held  on May 31st' at the home of Mrs. Paula  Gibbons "Rockwood Lodge", the big  brown house at the head of Cowrie Street.  This will deal with the, final preparations for�� the tea.  Shakes were donated by Boser shake  mill ior the Guide campsite near the  Stockwell! at Porpoise Bay, Mr. Boser's  kindness is greatly appreciated.  Mrs. June Sheridan offered to pick  them up and deliver them.  ��� PATIO GARDENS  DINING LOUNGE  OPEN  Friday - Saturday - Sunday  Mother's lay Special  RESERVATIONS PLEASE  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. - 885-9927  __jWtfifitf*tf"WWljM^  -4  For  Quick  Results  Use  Times  Adbriefs  frWjjflftfitfMtftfhftStfi<iftjM^��ftjfriMMWitfiJiiftfBfMMi^  IMS  stove,   good   condition.   Ph.  885-2400. 8603-24  3 PONIES with saddles! 2 - 2  GARBAGE  candiion.  burner,   in   good  $50.   Phone   886-  ���^-24  LIST TODAY THE MacGREGOR 1Y  Lorrie Girard:  886-7244 or 886-7760 or  ���-���Shlrlee~Janowsky:-886^7244-or886=235-3   spool gurdies, lines & misc.  gear, 2 net? with good lines,  some Halibut gear. Phone 883-  2417. 8611-26  AMWAY Jroducts now available. Please phone 886-2788.  8121-26  * ; ''".I'll.-  ,'  GO-CART with 10 h.p. Briggs   6ind-St*i3tton-for-   "    "'  885*2190. 8595-26       '    7^^      ������      .  USED T.V.'s  FOR' SALE OR RENT  LARGE Loraine design 2 pee.  chesterfield,   good condition.  Ph. 885-9325. 8605-24  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���-  Canvc^���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  f-GREN-SAU  (1971) LTP.  Phone 886-J.3Q3, Gibsor.��, B.C.  SUNSHINE COAST  T.V. LTD.  Here Is an investment with better than Bqnk returns. Two Duplexes on large  lot 1 blk from ocean, on flat- land/ close to Post Ofjice qnd.Shopping.etc.  One Unit has 2 two bdrm. suites and one unit hos two one Mrm. suites.  Beautifully landscaped and looked after.  , Phone;. K. A  ���*** CHARLESENGLISHLTD.    ��^  TRY the exercise plan in  XB.X. physical fitness for  women tfie RCAF way just  35c at Books & Stationery,  SepheH. Also new in stock -  ���CSWlZT"StTSechelt- -&85*98i-�����GmtrJ���Fui>U   NHl'iu'a'lly,   !^95t  8515-24 Galley Slave's Guide (Cookbook), $2.95; Northern Cookbook now in hard covei'r$600;  Medicine Men on the Pacific  Coast $2.00; The Corn God-  ' desk' $21507 Complete selection  ��� of pr<FscliioalerI^"'Xadybird  books Leqrn with Mother 69c  each7 Presentation copies 6f  Birds of Canada published by  Queen's Printer $15,00; B.C.  Pilot ���$P.Q0. For gardening,  hobby. , poo... Canadiana and  gqpd phlU'rans books, check  the V^electlon right here In  Seoholi, Phone 885-9054.      .  8580-2*1  .l> I wW#%^* I 4." j i ��.*.t-*�� *W^  f,  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  PHONE:  Office 885-2235 ' '  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  SEC..UPEP WATER VIEW No. 2400  Two bedrPOtn/nP^r now/- all electric homo, q do|lght, to show. Lfvlno  room ephqnqed \>y flno fireplace and ''Worm'' carpeting. Larao  Qt'tqcheq qqrqflt? ^l(rqcfcommodato workshop and tools,'Sale Includes  ranpo; .ridge qnd deep freejp. Asking ".22,000 half cash, or.wo can  ossjRt vvlth-flnahc|oq. Ca||; Peter Smith 88XM63 eve^,-    ' ������   SARGENT BAY '    ' = '. No, 2359  (largo,   lovol   lot.   sea  view   $5500, easy terms.   Call;  Jack  Warn ,  886-2681.  4-*        -.-,,   Fun;  ,.���...��� , the olcler,���you ge^ p ,.i..i _. _ _   tho more It costsl  *        ?h        *  You'll hqye yoprs of Fun���at lowest cost-  "thQSQ"homQs:"1" "",";","J" ' - ��� *" *" ;,r"" '   MADEIRA PARK VIRW '    ������'��� -*,������'"�����-;��� .  Commercial typq lot next to entrance off Hlqhwny 101; a^ Madolrq  _..... .,       .... ...._ .^  Ml^KPm<:''''^''27''ll['2'''''l'1''7-y--J "i:" .7 7'7'7"7"7'.''7""  Nicely finished retirement hopflO Pt |D��dest cost, In SqlrriP Pqrk, Has  flroplaco andoll floor furnace, Lopso $50,Q0 ppr year until January  Istl976, Full caslvprlca-only $��,500, To view call Pon Haddon  885-9504 eves.  No; 36^542  Park, Now'r yonr chance lo not Into thk r/roperty ����� m. low, qown  payment of only $2000,Q0|FmI|. price for this vlow^loli Ii only whet  ypM qon expect \o pay for a residential lot $6000,00, Phono Bob  Korit. office or' ovos \885-9461 ���     ^ ^'������"'y^~' ^ '  WATERFRONT���GUUR OP GG0/"GIA ��� , ��� \. No, MW..  BOO foot of shoreline, \7Ya umpollod ocros of wwtorn slope, Good  owlmmlng,. plMs.doop moorapo, road to hepch, ,N"W fwrvwy, .can w  sold In one or two separate parcels, ExcollonHotgroup to purchasn,  jjnd.-^onofl (or doYOlopmonl, Asking '.75.000 half cqsh hqruJM,  On^oLvory levy largo accossablo properties |ofl. Calli Po|or Smllh(  Q85-9463' evos,'  p..M.. mw, ������im   i    u*  mm i���1  SECRET COVE No, 2469  All, tide doop* wa(or wharf In secluded .hay, Ppnabodo cottaga and  Tpimsttcabln-alholMtr|or-$30',000,Xalli��Jack~Warn..0B6��26a.l..^w.��,  PAVISPAY    '    '^ "   "7"     ��� i No, 2308  Hq|f qcre' view jot ���100'*."5.0' overlooMpg ocean <it Pavl* .&<._*  "3lTrjatW;-nrTrnrl^f^nte^tTecfrnflarlr"leYel^r^  |���oaTy tlclflar. Only W^QO'cqll; Pon Ho^en 885-9504 Pvo��.  ��'GIpSQN**^ww^VJkW^^ww,w��^  Attrqctlvo, well maintained homo, central locqtlon, Two bedrooms;  - ^Pov��n(pnt.4-.klrchon;...lairflq:'pipinBl��Kl,...llY|no.. ropfrif w wpftoclj*. ....^.AmP!".,  sjorqgo space In hqsoment In aq'a'lllon tcj finished room wllh orado  entrqneo, FiP,-21,000 term��rCQ|IC,R,."Gathorcolo 886.7015,  f    i    . ,  .   ; ���  ,     .' ���      .  CENTRAL ACREAGE, . ', No, N92466  This 3 acre property lis now loqch|ng the present village boundary.  Now Is, 0i�� time lo take q��1vqntago of this very low price of $29,500  Full Price, Term* are eqsy���$6,000 down,  balanco at  only 7%l  .Colli-Dob. Kont.-offlcc ,or evot,. 885-9461,.  .I.. ._,.���, ,.  THE LOCAL Driftwood Players, de-  . spite their remarkable success in their  "three year existence in competition"  throughout the province-and in providing-  high class entertainment for the community, are finding that the life of even  a successful community drama group is  not an easy one.  Despite twice sweeping top honors in  the Vancouver Island Drama Festival and  doing some good shows locally, highlighted by "See How They Run" and.  more recently ^the "Waltz of the Torea-  dors" the local' group is finding its fin-  ancial path-* strewn with difficulties.  Much of the local club's prestige is, founded on its successful efforts in drama  competition, But, drama festivals are  expensive! Theatrical sets have to be  transported and trucks haveto be rented  for the purpose; actors arid 'actresses and  therr costumes and properties haye to be  assembled'and   moved;   lighting 'equip-  iTOBtly-trj  transport, From these appearances the  local club realizes nothing in earnings,  only, in ..prestige if it is successful.  Now the local club is faced with the  difficulties and challenge involved in beting 7invited    to the  British5 v'Columbia  -fi'nais~agaiirthis7ear."Thls,*yeartlre"'flnaia-  are to be held in Dawson Creek and the  club's   coffers   are ^mpty, ��� Also * in   the"  Players' plans is the hope for construction  by the group of a/ Performing Arts Ceii-  te,r  for  theatrical  use  and   the  us.e  of  other groups, ancl a venture-���with school  -board'-backing���into*Children's- Theater*  for performances of "The Red Shoes" for  l,ocal elementary .schools, this .spring.   With the projected' entry into tho  B;C. Finals at Dawson Creek and its  other plans for community contribution  the Players will bo launching a "modest  fund raising campaign shortly to onsuro  , Ifypvinplal Finals, It Is" hoRed that.community- support from Individuals and>  organisations will bo forthcomlnfi.  HOLD PENSION LINE  , Consumers' Association advises that  the high cost of living during periods  of Increasing prices inevitably causes  hardship "to^citizens on low fixed'pensions, The, govornniont is lu-yed. to keep  pensions In, line with Ihq cost of living,  ,.,.,,,���    ,  SUMMER COTTAGfi     ' ,,   ,    ',   . No, 2301  All cedar summer cot|qge, vlow west to wqtor on Socholt Inlet,  WolK to hoach and boqt Iqunch.ln qulof. watar����� Water and hydro'In.  All basic furnishings, qsklng 7,000 wltlvonly $2,500 down, Lot mo  show you this snmmor rotroqt, Cqll; Peter Smith 805-9463 ovos,  GRANTHAMS No. 2478  Coxy home' (or 'retirement with panoramic view, ,2 bedrooms, part  basement, A/O, $|4���5O0, Cq||i Jack Warn 886-2681,  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  . ���    ���     ��� ���"  *,      ���������-.,  ����.)��WIW��H.lHW����,'*WfW  G0WE1LE0INT ~ MAGNIFICENT VIEW               __ ^    No,3474  "On fiairare a  Large 11 v I no room with ccr.amlc tile fireplace, brldhti Kitchen, base-  ment, A/OH. furnace, Also second two Wropm JoUaoP for revenue.  F,P, $33,000, Terms, CallfC,-R, Gaihcrcole 806-70)5   Over 60 It, o   son frontage near Davis Bay aa well as Highway  frontoge for full price df $13,900,00, This has lo be the flnnst  vacant lot avnllahlodn tho Davis Bay orea, <Coll Dob-Kent to view ,  this property eves, 885-946) or office e05-2?3"5.,    .  AGENCIES LTD.  'flox'155, ^cholt       ' Phone* 8BS-?235  ~ Or��GalhTo1hfrce~f |tw"th^  ZEnith 2012  '",        ' ' , (E.&O.E.)  MAKE SURE YOUR  RO AT IS FULLY  EQUIPPED  Regulation Lifo jackets  Oara - Pnddloa  Cushions - Fonclors  Soota - Lnddora   .  ��������^.Boat��- Lottora - nnd  IMumbors 7  Qlrt1mard$ anywhere.  all Mercury-:tovigh. Four Merc, tigers (^ere'^ ?y  fish-catching features* Xiobk: Glide-Angle leading  edge slips over weeds and underwater snags,  Jet-Prop ejffoavjSt \<#& yo^, sjieak in quietly, new  ��tro|l set'? flaces tlie irp|l|ing speed you want.  And all haye quic^-^tjai[ting P|ifiBe-Maker       *  Thunderbolt ignition^ lojtig-life Perma-Gap  sp^rk plugs ��.nd 4TOi^e33 cranHcaBo. ���  Your Mercury dealer has your flshiug Merc'  ready and waiting! 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Charlie and Margaret  Humm of Selma Park left on Sunday, May 7th for an extensive;, trip  around Europe. Lucky ones to be travelling with them will be Charlie's daughter Mrs. Betty Racich and a granddaugh-"  ter Miss Brenda  Thomas. . " ,.   -  _.  Vancouver to Frankfurt where they  will -visit with two sisters and two brothers of Charlies. Then to Vienna, Venice,  Naples, Rome back lo the Riveria, Monaco, England, down to Spain, then_ Paris,  Switzerland, ending up at Frankfurt. All  this in 5 weeks, Mrs. Margaret Humm  real y knows Europe like the inside of  her pocket so just imagine what a delightful trip this is going to be.  Mrs-. Humm's son Kurt Reifel w��l be  looking after the Humm's residence in  their   absence.  VISITORS  Three visitors to Mrs. Alice French  were Miss Daisy Brealey a retired school  teacher from West Vancouver, also  from  there Miss-Lola  Pennell and from  "Surrey Mrs. Hazel Douglas.  HERE AND THERE  As a service to his customers Mr.  John JBunyan has arranged for them to  leave   their  small  appliances  for  repairs  ���by Peggy  Connor  roller skating birds, arid other performances by them, marvellous how they  teach these birds the antics, they" go  through.  On arrival at Waikiki they were pre- *  sented with a certificate which allowed  them to uses the buses at all times free.  They used any bus and just showed their  pass. These passes* were given to all  Senior Citizens regardless of where they  came from, the Mayne's thought it was  a splendid gesture on the part of the  State of Hawaii and have written .the  Mayor of Honolulu thanking. him for  the  kindness  shown.  The people are very friendly and always ready to help with any problems.  Flying both ways was very nice, no problems etc. on'y a 5 hour trip by air from  Vancouver. Visited the largest shopping^  Mall in the world, this is located in  Honolulu and has parking space for  8,000 cars. It is without a doubt the  largest in the world, here are hundreds  of stores in the Mall and on the second  ���floor  Almost  Lost  Pictured last October commencing sons Pioneer Cemetary on.the slope Trooper Maxwell Bammersyth gain-  a man-sized job, Gibsons S c out of Mount Elphinstone. Realizing that ed enthusiastic support from the  Troop wrestles with the undergrowth directors of the Cemetery Commit- boys and the pictures tell the story,  which  had almost re-claimed  Gib-    tee  needed  a helping fiand,  Scout _  .which drops into  We've brought back the  "twentie's" with Candles-tick.  Available in Black Bottom  Black, Whiffenpoof White,  and Razzamatazz Red. The  cost is your regular telephone rate, a connection  charge, and an additional  monthly charge.  Call the B.C; Terbusiness"  office. And v . tell them Joe  sent you.    "     ':  at the Trail Bay Hardware in the Mall.  While they have the same name the two  businesses are not connected. Mr. Bun-  yan's is Trail Bay  Enterprises.  Just, home after a weeks visit with  her son Robert Turner in Victoria is  Mrs. Lola Turner of Sechelt. Mrs. Turner  , has left, for Vernon for the Rebecca Convention along with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan  Smith.  VACATION  Mr. and Mrs. J. Mayne arrived after  spending a lovely holiday in Hawaii. The  weather was perfect with an even 82  degrees with a beautiful breeze blowing  which kept all nice and cool. The second     MlHOr League baseball  day  after their arrival they had a  rain . - , ,      ,    _  storm,  4.62 inches or rain fell  in-about-   COmmg WeOK S Schedule  2 liours, lots 'of   lightning   and   thunder     SUNSHINE   Coast   Minor   League   Base-  wH^.H-. A.f.'t;?r..lhat_ the .days were beauti-       ..ball  schedule   for .t.he..gprn_'ng. ..week  fui  and  they  enjoyed  every  minute. is" as! follows;  -a���small wafertaJ  large tanks with hundreds of large carp  fish swimming about,  so tame  they will  let you  feed  and  stroke  them  just, like  -a dog. It ir^^derful.  The Waikiki beach is the big attraction  ^and���they never���missed���a���day���going- to  the beach there. It. was so beautiful but  also wonderful to come home after the  trip. Thev will however, return to Hawaii  one of these fine days.  COOPERS GREEN  . If you haven't visited the bit of green  at Cooper's on the Redrooffs Road lately-.  drive through there and see how important it is. This area must be saved for a  park, picnic silo. Then go home and'.*,  write a letter, to the Honourable Minister, Mr. Ken Keirnan, Parliament.Bldgs.  Victoria.  Poet's Corner  ... ,T."Je  Scouts of thej.st Gibsons Troop who  kept iaithyWMi those who now .rest  -Your contributions are invited   in, ElpWtfstone's+ Pioneer  Cemetery'  take--a brief rest themselves by tlie���..  sign which the Troop repainted in  letters that re$d "They Are at Rest '  ^Let. Us-Show Respect'*. They did,"  HIS  EPITAPH  B.C.TEL &  Pintos���-Wednesday,     May   1(5.   Game  time   6:30   p.m.   Sidewinders   at   Ponder.  He was'nt rich; he was'nt' great  Hjs,, place Was lowly and obscure  His ..clothing, was not.up.to .date,;.;,,.'   His house was tumble down'and poor.  No special mention did he claim;  BAIT - ICE - TACKLE  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  GREAT OAST TO  ^_\  =3  "ST** '  a  AT THE  VILLAGE RESTAURANT  SECHELT  OF  COURSE  Took in all tho sights, including a  trip around Pearl Harbour and the sunken .batVleshipsfrom^^^  -rr^A^^ix^u^ai'^^ So- No glory has Illumed, his name,  performing   birds,   Tight   rope   walking,    cll��ll ��l Langdale, But he was kind to helpless things.   : *���' ���������:  ������ Sunday, May 14. Game time at 1 p.m. -.".���������������������"������������'������-������ ..*'"�����.��-"���-���.   Ponder ut L & K, Port Mellon ul Wilson Hq won no v'cU)''1C!' lo boast.  Creole,   Bouchcombers   at   Sechelt,   Lang- He waged no conquests, waged no strife,  cluio at Boommon, Beavers ut Sidewind- H" n<"ve"' led u conquering host,  ers, , ��� He lived,an unpretentious life. ���  .,.���,, Bronco���Wednesday,*^  tlmo   6:30   p.m.   Kinsmen     ��t   Firemen,    And timo its final verdict brings.  Tyees nl Oi'IoIqk, Raldcra ut Sec-hell,  Sunday, May 14th Gamo tlmo at 1 pm.  TyeoH at, Kinsmen. Flromon at liaidoiu  Orioles at Secholt.  This will bo . fiqid of him: His soul  Was rich'in love for helpless things  CLARENCE E. FLYNN  THEY GIVE PENSIONERS $50,00. A YEAR*  WE say Pensioners need $200 monthly  income. Let,me know what YOU think.  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Socholti, D.C'  lllllllllillllllll  mlktkrmm^��i^m^*m^i4  ��v���  .,  'i ',  885-9832  fi  Socholt, B.C.  \ez  tSSrn  mm.  uayiiiiiiiiiiiyiii[iii[iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!uiiiiiiS  mmm��^i>mm>i^^m0  mmimmm4tmm��>>9'mmm  X  wmm.<iwmmmMmww><rmf<ifm��i>r*t.  V  t   1/71  *l <���  1  t.t. ,*'.*..,. .,. .  ^ ^����f*B9*��ISWfl  Bazaar  Keeping Mrs. Esther Wagner busy    elties and sewing available for pur-    served by members of the refresh-  at the Sr. Citizens' Bazaar are the    chase before relaxing at one of tlie    me'nt committtee.  eager buyers delighted with the nov-    very pretty tables for a dainty tea  1971-1972 honour toll  * l*X)LLOWTNG is ��� lhe . Elphinstone -Secondary School honor roll for the" sec-  mid'semester���first' term 1971-72:  ��� Division IN Eleanor Swans 3.0, David  Bulger 2.5, Margaret Gory 2.5,-Alan Simmons 2.5, Virginia Alsager 2.3, Cathy  doKleer  2.3,  Elaine  MacKenzie   2.25.  Division 2: Sheahan Retime 2,5, Mary  Mnehli'iikamp 2.5. Roland Kerbis 2.3.���  I>i\ i-.inn   3:   Cinna   Watson   3.0.  hi\i.:i..n ���): Cheryl Ouelph 2.75, Tlea-  llit'i* llai h(.ofi 2 5, Pompnnia Martinez  7 .'.., ("'lirist^ld Gehring 2.3, Ted Hari'spn  . '.. Theresa Labonte 2.3.' Lisa Pedrini  '.'.:., Rill Sneddon 2.3, William Passmore  :::.!".,   Mien   Lehman  2.25,  Janice  Mullet".   .   Division R: Elin Vedoy 3.0. Jo-Anne  Jorgpnson 2.75, Debbie Willis 2.75!" Heinz  Rreu 2.5, Leslie Divon 2.5, Randy Kamp-  miui 2.5, Lori Montgomery 2.5, Don Slack  2.5, Dennise " Dombroski 2.25, Richard  Kraus 2.25, Lynn Oike 2.25, -Betty Top-  hum \ 2.25.���Division 9: Eleanor Lonne-  herg 2.5.���Division 10: Paul Kent 2.3.  Division 13: IJean Goddard 3.0. Richard Clayton 2.75, Glenn Beaudry 2.5, Jim  Flack 2.5, Emily Fraser 2.25, Kim Gregory  2.25, Debbie Hill 2.25.���Division 14: Vickie Fearnley 2.25, Frank Havies 2.25,  Kathy Marcroft  2.25,  Division 17:'Laurie Kohuch 2.(57. Deh-  1 >io Conroy "2.25.~. Division 18: Julie Gallup 3.0, Susan Dixon 2.5, Lisa Kampman  2.5. Randall Watson 2.5, Dennis Petula  2.25, Maria Rinalttis 2.25, 'Trevor Swan  2.25.   '     ,'���  Division 19: ElaiUe Gant, 2.25, Brenda  MacKenzie 2.25, Lori Rodway 2.25.  HONORABLE MENTION  Division 1: Sandra Bennett 2.0t Mark  English 2.0. Gael Thomas 2.0.���Division  2: Shirley Hoehne 2.0, Mary LePage 2.0.  ���Division 3: Colleen McPhedran 2.0.���  Division 4. Teresa Iuoh 2.0, Ralph Johnston 2.0.        -n  Division 8: Rick Blakeman 2.0, Pat"  Goodwin, 2,0.-���Division 9: John McKin-  non 2.0, Debbie McNevin 2.0.  Division 13;v Jeri Mullen 2.0, Richard  R  11 2.0.���Division_J4: Vivica Watson 2^  l)ivision T8:Gwenda Havies 11.', Stephen Miles 2.0, Scott Rodway 2.0, Darcy  Stcphanson 2.0, Iris Vedoy 2.0.  Division 19: Susan"- Eawsori"2.0.���Divi-"  ion 20: Scott Forsyth 2.0, David Lamb  2') -Division 21: Jim Franklin 2.0, Kathy  Williams 2.0.  Wednesday, May  1 Q> 1 "?72  The Peninsula Times Plage A.-f  i  I OFFICIAL OPENING  i GIBSONS MUNICIPAL LIBRARY |  BUSLDSNG  Saturday. May 13.1972 at 2:00 p.m.  ' 9  The public is invited to attend the official opening of the Village jj��  ��5 of Gibsons libfary extension to the Municipal Hall on Saturday,' May 13, *&  ��{   1972. commencing at 2 p.m. v !^  ��� . _.*__)  _ 5^  The Federal and Provincial Members have been invited to attend  *��  ���_j is  j the opening of this municipal project which has been financed under s|  the Federal-Provincial Special  Development Loans Progrdm.-  May 6, 1972  _^mik__umS^iil��  :  i  Municipal Glerk. !���&  i  DAVID JOHNSTON  Branch. 69 Sechelt *  ���>'��  ������fi,-.y .;',., #.-,  iys:XflJ(.V4^~,.' .. YJfr��+..'4�� ���;  . ���r.T-:��w.��- ',���..,   New ,feature.-v .,.���,......   ..  Something new in the novelty line at  the S e n i o r Citizens''' Association  branch 6& Bazaar were the attractive little animals designed for gardens and the signs made by Mr.  Dave Hayward who recently conducted a hobby class for anyone interested in making them, .Looks like  ihey:.have found 'homes-, with Mrs.   , BRANCH.69 Senior Citizens'r^saciatibrt-'   convenors;  lyirs., Nellie   Waites  for  re-  Spring  Ubyd^JB^aserLjand-jyli  of Selma Park  Community Association  holds annua Meeting  ANNUAL meeting of the Roberts Creek  CommjxDitjyL.__AsSDC.iatLO.h_  April 19th in the hall. The following slate  of officers was elected for' the year ending April,  1973.  President, W. Grose; vice-president,  C. Barnes; secretary, (Mrs.) F. McSava-  hey; treasurer, (Mrs.) E. Gritt; trustee for  3 yrs. A. Ellingse'n; trustee for 2 years  J. C. Gilker; trustee for 1 year, J. R.  McSavaney.  There are approximately fifty members signed up for the next year.' Most  important ...business before the association-  is the completion of improvements to the  hall and thist involves finances, it is left  to the hall committee and the Elphinstone  recreations to meet and discuss ways  and means.  Mrs. R. Gumming thought it would  be appropriate to remember Mrs. Jen  JVlorirufet iri softie, way and it was de-,  cided to make a donation to the hospital  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times .direct* for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pad". Please note that space is Hrr-iffed and some advance dates may  have to wait their turny^atsothat this is a "reminder" listings Only ahd  cannot always carry full,details.  M"iW*IWfflM^  May 10-���'2- p.m:> Pender-Harbour^ Commuhiry. Hall^Hospital Auxili^iry  Anniversary and Friendship Ted..  May  10���8 p.m. Sechelt  Legion Hall.  Bingo.  May 11���8 p.rr"7Tender-Harb6ur-Xommunlty Hall. Bin__&   May   12���2 p.m.  St.  Aidan's  Hall.  Roberts Creek  Parents Auxiliary  Auction. .  May 12���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  May 13���70 a.m 12 Noon Weigh-In time for Children'sFishing Derby"'"""  Govt. Dock. Madeira Park.  May 13.���2 p.m. Official Opening of Gibsons Municipal Library.  May 13���2 ffmrwffieomr'Bggetr^^  a beautiful spring day, May 6. Committee  s���Mis^-JLily^JIlLunJop_foi^JEays_������^-^-_������_.._,���. ,,....in- ^ ___���r-+.   and Means   and their' faithful assistants    fJS^^ES?. ^^^Jf^.  began at 10 a.m. to arrange, tables, LftSTntS T    ��  L       fAssoclatl��"  *L, _.        ,      _,             ��       - ,     .      . ��nd  had  acted as secretary  for a  good  The  spring���- theme .was  predominant, -many years as well as working' hard oh  with a centrepiece of gorgeous tulips and other committees and also as Centennial  daffodils, donated* by Mr,  Gunnar Han- seeretarv in lflfift  sonT^md ��WarrnW^o.sega  table. The display set up  by  the Arts meeting, adjourned    and  members    are  Council formed b< beautiful and impres- reminded thai the next meeting will bo  sivo'-"background:    '; * ���=��.��,-<. ��-.-  ^., .^ u^- ^ -^ 'We(i|iesdayi ^ay^7;  In the absence of our president, Mrs.  Hanson,    Mrs,    Dunlop,    vice-president,  performed .the duties ,of hostess. Sho, .Introduced Mrs.v*J3en Lang who opened the  bazaar promptly    at 2:00, She spoke to  a full (and standing) house, pointing oul  ^the unique importance of grandmothers,  ��    y\s the, pale bqgan ope shuddered for  lhe safety of some of those grandmothers  Jn the rush lo got items frorn Hid1 tables,  items which had been chosen before Ihoy  could bo purchased*.  -  Business in the first fifteen minutes'  was more than brisk. At tho same time  tho tea tables woro occupied so quickly)'  * 1ImUUp.9H!.Oq,�� guessed .JhaUmany,,, oC.  'MthoVvlsltorsiicamp'prllnarlly��for the ox��  collont, ton, Mi'n./Lqhs and Mrs, Dunlop  , poured "and ' Mi'fl7 Wnltofl''" HtWf Rbrved'  t'ontinuously for two hours,, Moanwhtlo  ��� Miss Ijlariiald's^nke table'wns cleared of.  morohandlflo, Mrs, Evans clid n brisk trade  in plants, slips, cuttings and Mr, Han-  son's.bushel of daffodils,-Mrrjc'BJdmond'n-  Whito Klophant porfoi-mod nobly, and  Mrs; Yates' sqwiiif. table wqf|, all, hut  Btr4ppodr>��M������<*����'����M"'��^  May 13���8:30 p.m. Roberts Creek Community Hall. A.N.A. VETS Dance.  May 14���From 9 a.m. Villag'e Cafe Sechelt. Libns Pancakie Breakfast.  May   15���2 p.m.  Health Centre" Gibsons.  Branch  38 OAPO  Regular  Meeting.  May 17���7:30 p.m. Airport Clubhouse Elphinstone Aero Club Meeting.  May  19���2  p.m.   Roberts -Creek Legion  Hall.  L.A.  Tea  and   Home  Cooking.  May 20���From 10 a.m. Pender Harbour May Day celebrations.  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"������i(*!._��t*f* l*?\  '^^rt, **���   *�� f'i-1 \  Halfnyoor) Bay Happenings  Page A-8  .       . V 7 7 "  RESIDENTS oi the Welcome Beach area  were deeply shocked to. hear of the  sudden death of Jim Rhodes at his Van-  qo.uver home last Saturday oi\ his 55th  birthday. Jim, who worked for the ���.p.ity of  Vancouver^ had had a summer cottage  on Frances Avenue for several years and*  took an active interest in the community.  He was a member of the Welcome Beach  Community Association and Area B.  Ratepayers' Association and could always  be counted on for wise counsel and support in any mattter affecting the community. His genial and friendly manner  won hijm many friends who will deeply  mourn his loss.-*  He loved the quiet and simplicity of  life at his coUta,ge and was counting the  days until he could retire and make his  pe_rmane.nt home there. He was wounded while serving overseas in the Second  World Wa.r and had suffered with shrapnel wounds eVer since. His passing is a  great loss to the community and deepest  sympathy is extended to his wife Freda.  The funeral will take place in Vancouver  on   Wednesday.  PLANT   SALE  Plant sale at the Welcome Beach Hall  will be on Saturday at 2 p.m.. It would  be helpful if friends having plants and  flowers to donate would leave them at-,  the hall in the morning to give the work  party a chance to gel" them priced and  arranged for the 2 p.m. openihg. Coffee  will be served.  DATE CHANGE  Please note that the date set for Area  B Ratepayers' Association has been  changed to May 20. It is hoped that all  members will .endeavour to be present  .as there'are. several, matters on.the agenda of importance to members. The  place is the Welcome Beach Hall and  the time 8 p.m.  AUXILIARY  Ladies' Auxiliary to the Welcome  Beach Community Association held a  meeting on Ma.y 1st and'proceeded with  arrangements for the Country Fair to  be held on July. 1. In view of the popularity of last year's Hope Chest raffle, '  another Cedar Chest will be raffled this  year. Donations for any of the stalls, will  be most welcome.  Mrs.   Blanche   McCrady   is   collecting  articles for the sewing and novelty stalls  ���a-nd-t-he-Hope-Chest aTrcf~MTS~~Gfuy^-���-lear  for the  White  Elephant  Stall.  Members of Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary wish to express their grateful  thanks to everybody who donated food  for their most successful smorgasbord  dinner on April 29.  \  ^���by Mary Tinkley  of   Dr.   Lye 11  Gustin   gathered   from   all  across Canada to do him honor.  Dr. Gustin is an outstanding music  teacher whose,, .achievements have been  remarkable^. "Four hundred of his students'  have received their degrees from the  ���-Conservatory of Music, Toronto, or  from TMnity College, London, and rriany  have achlev^ fame as musicians, pianists  and  teachers. \  . Mrs. Brooke studied under him ior a  few years after she had already received  three degrees. He was the first president  of the Canadian Federation of Music  Teachers and was given honorary membership by tlie University of Saskatchewan Faculty of Music. At the age of 75, he  is still teaching and his mind is keen  and alert and his memory remarkable.  Among the notables gathered at theN  banquet to honor Dr. Gustin and convey  greetings to him were Senator S. L. Buck-  Wold, Bev Dyck ol the Saskatchewan  government, Deputy Mayor Owen Mann',  president J. W. T. Spinks of the University of Saskatchewan and representatives of the Canadian Federation- of  Music Teachers, the Musical AH Club,  the Royal Conservatory of Music" and  Western Board of Music. Some of his  . famous students who performed at the  reception were Reginald Bedford �� and  Evelyn Eby of Hamilton, Alma Sheas-  green Brock-Smithy Garth Beckett and  Boyd McDonald of Winnipeg, Neil Cho-  tem of Montreal and Sister Joan Miller  of Regina.  HERE  AND  THERE  Summer is most certainly on its way  for many migratory birds are back with  us and so is Don Ross* after spending the  winter swimming and basking in the  sunshine at Waikiki Beach, "Honolulu.  Mrs. B. McCaul is home*at Welcome  Beach after a series of,visits to members  of her family in Alberta, Manitoba and  Detroit. Her -house guest is her brother,  Goldie  Baisley  of Edmonton.  Mrs. Guy Clear has returned after a  bus trip to Reno. She reports that she  enjoyed the side trips to * Lake Tahoe,  Carson Ci.ty and Virginia City but did  not play the one-armed bandits and so  came home with more money than some  of  her  travelling  companions.  With the fine weather suddenly bursting on us and the rush of visitors, the  ferries again proved inadequate last  -weekend-and there were-iong-.hneraips.__  and considerable delays. This must be  most frustrating for weekend visitors who  have all too short a time to spend at  their cottages.  Mrs. Ruby Warne, drove down to  Langdale   to   get   her  son   Jimmy   Weir,  The. Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May  10, 1972  B!fWMW*t*JVlf*4��UW*WnAJ^��M��^  t, ���  Elderly citizens'  have special week  PIONEER and Elderly Citizens' Week  has this year been proclaimed for the  week of May '28 to June 3, inclusive, it  was announced"-today by the Honourable Isabel Dawson, Minister Without  Portfolio.  Letters will be forwarded to all mayors, chairmen of districts and senior  citizens' counsellors in the province, encouraging them to support Pioneer and  Elderly Citizens^ Week, as they' have, in  past years, by arranging special events  during the Week, and .by encouraging  all citizens to perform thoughtful acts  for the elderly, especially a^s|his time.  In making the announcement, Mrs.  Dawson said she hoped Pioneer and Elderly Citizens' Week would be an especially meaningful time for the pioneejs  and elderly citizens who have contributed so much to the development of our  province.  . ** .1  ONE-OF THE most disgusting forms-  of littering of the landscape is the  discarded automobile body. However, in the last few months of 1971  Prpject SAM got under way in B.C.  and more than 4,000 of the rusting  hulks were recycled*as smelter feed.  -���B.C7 Gov't photo  & <,' -���"��� 7  'au  15  comina  Kelvinator Range IN Harvest Gold  Light Fixtures Records  Water  Kettles from   11.95 Toasters  from   14.95  Mixers, jbomrH^-speed; -22:9/5 -'���6E~ Electric  Frying  Pender Harbour Fishing Derby  May 20-21 - $100.00 Prize  Madeira  Park,  B.C.  P.O.  Box  158  Use 'Times' AdBriets to Sell Rent Buy. Swap, etc.  Yeddo Spruce in Japan is often grown  in a  pot to become an artistic  "bonsai".  On your mark...get set...go!  Cottages  SPECIAL  MOTHER'S  BANQUET r  Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brooke are home  after an interesting and stimulating visit  to Saskatoon where, they attended a banquet and reception at the Bessborough  Hotel,  when  300  former  music  students  ���wtTO-tonna-'SU'Ch a long line-up-at Horse-  shoe  Bay that  he  was-inclined  to  turn  round and go back home.  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I    .   , >      ..,,!,,,,  7 7',, ENINSULA^ /4me&  Wednesday, May 10, 1972  .'fb's 77:7. nail an Graphic   Industries  204  -uei. t   ot.7   ���-���v.e  Vancouver   1 - .  *���������.  ���  v      "    .  Service  Pages  1-8  I972Year Book ...  Elphinstone Commerce Dept.  operating printing i>lant  Mr.   Egan   who   had   never   developed   a  negative   in   his   life,   improvised   a   por-  *       ���     1 ��      * '���"J  1   e'Sffl.  ^      !        ���*      '  r ���  "s  r*' .J  LOOKING   very   much   like   any   print-  .shop    fast    approaching     publication  deadline,   ttlphinstone's   Commerce   De- table dark-room and the students are^now  purlment   introduced   members     of   the able  to prepare .their  own  metal  plates.  School Board  to  the  mysteries  of  offset . Returning  to  the. school  as "a  volunteer  printing- during,, a' recent   evening   visit aide,  Mrs. .Cloe  Day.   former  Commerce  to the school.         4 Dept. .teacher   has   mastered   the   intri-  The A.B. Dick printing maehipe pur- cacies of the offset machine and is help-  t'hased by the students with the proc- . ing'turn out acres of printed matter.  eeds of their Waikalhon and other activ- This student-teacher project has  '.ties, sat proudly surrounded by stacks opened up a whole new avenue of job  oI7 sheets a-te-ead-y���printed with students' possibilities for the", students; many .oi  ait-work, These sheets are destined, to those working on the year book are al-  the pages of the first year book to ready keen to continue in this type of  ho printed entirely by the students them- work. *  Sc'*ves* The   1972   year .book   will   havg   uni-  In  the  process  of preparing  the   1972 versa! appeal, as Mrs. Day has been do-  ycarbook which celebrates  the 20th  An- ing some sleuthing to find out what the  111 versary of Elphinstone, the students are 1952  graduates  are  doing, now  and   this  learning   to   prepare"   metal   and   paper will be revealed.  .  p.ates for use" on the offset machine. The   Commerce   Department     at   El-  On hand to explain the procedure to phinstone  welcomes* visitors   to   drop  in  trustees   were   Miss   Pat   Edwards;   Mr. and  see  what  happened   tb" the -Walka-*-  Barney   Egan   and   Harry   Turner,   who thon  donations. The only danger is that  have all taxed their-ingenuity to the ut- printers' ink mav, get in your blood and  most to improvise and get results which ens'ave you, it a-elayed the school board  even  amazed the A.B.  Dick  technicians. meeting for two hours!               __. ���  {WJVUWIUUVUIfUUUiniUIKnlVUUIAIUUUUSOWUVW'UUMA^  FOR   CUSTOMER  CONVENIENCE |  Due to our move to Nickerson Rd. in West  Sechelt, Trail Bay Hardware hos been kind  enough to act as our depot foc_5malLj30r.  pliartces (toasters, vacuums, etc.) needing  repair. Drops and pickups may be made at  theft* store in Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt."  Please attach card with your name, address  and phone number.  .   Trail  Bay Enterprises  John Bunyan $85-9318  - Printers  All inked-up  and ready to  go the    ink, Karen Spencer and Ruth Blom-   handed in to the tomrnerce-depart-  A. B. Dick offset printing machine ��� gren. TtBach class at Elphinstone is    ment already proficient in making  gets last-minute adjustments from    doing theMay-out of its own particu-    plates for the,machine.,  student printers,  Marilyn    Hollow-    lar page in the year ...book,'' which is  North Vancouver ...  Wide local representation  at BOH A Regional Meeting  BCHA Auxiliaries' Section held the Low- then nominations by Mrs.  S. E. Knight.  er   Mainland     Regional     Meeting   at Mis.  Bennie  was  unanimously  voted  in  Lions Gate Hospital, North Vancouver, on as   president.   Speaker "was x Mrs.   Louise.,..  May  3rd.  7 St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary members  s^ provided the -.. largest���representation - of...  all the hospitals with 42 attending. Filling  a charter bus the ladies were taken  right to the Lions Gate Hospital by congenial bus driver Mr. Alec Gibson.  -       &tertiTi-g^ime-^ot----t;h-is---Regi��Hal���was  moved up to accommodate the Sunshine  * - Coast travellers.- To save - more "time re-  gistralion was done on the ferry.  Call to order at ,11 a.m., Mrs. Bennie,  President   of  the  Auxiliaries   Section   of  Hughes,  second   vice-president.  Mrs. Bennie brought up an item very  timely for St. Mary's. Her Auxiliary,^the  "BurnaEyJ''"G'enefar'H  less  steel  library  cart which  they  wish  to sell. The very thing under discussion  with the local members! All being well,  by  this  week  St.  Mary's  will have  the  "new carl, MTsr-Ada���Sawe^-has-agreed���to���  look after the stocking of it.  A good display of crafts from several  of the Auxiliaries. Many ideas exchanged,  pamphlets   available  for  further   kno'wl-  the Lower Mainland BCHA welcomed tbeTT*1!^^!"!^ UUI' mtiin_frs came nome  delegates, then introduced Mr. Eric Mc-     feelm�� xt had been a worthwhile day.  Millan,   Asst.   Administrator   Lions   Gate        .  Happiness   is...   changing; TLC   "to  Hospital', who gave particular welcome to     Little care" to TLC "Tender loving care",  the Sunshine Coasters who arose so ear-,  ly to attend.  Mrs. R. J, Mc Williams, president, the  Auxiliary   to   the   Lions   Gate   Hospital,.  ri.was   then   introduced   and   said,   a   few  ..jwords of^welcome. .'.���'-  Th^.gieneral business was fbliowea'*bx  .!*: "very, _U3JUu��slmg^^n)^ksh^^  ajjpiness     is,..". First'���''������.was^gettihg^  ���_';    along/ with your hospital,. community and1'  *-    each, "other. Group discussion'ieaB'er" .Sirs.  Henry Friesen,  Children's Hospital,  and  Mrs, E. Magri, St, Vincent's Hospital.  -The second group "Knowing what we  can do, in extended care", Leaders were  Mrs.; Anne, Waghbrn, Lions Gate,Hospital       ,./ft  and:iMrs, Cblle'en Parks Surrey Memorial      ' /%s  Huspitat-- ' ;���~���' r_  .; Third   "Getting   new    members   and  V    keeping   them  motivated",   led  by  Mrs.  r   .Bev.: Sackville, -Rbyal' Columbian "Hospital, Mrs, J. Donnelly, St. Mary's Hos-  THOUGHTFUL GUIDANCE"  IS YOURS TO COMMAND  Our many years of experience are  at your service. We can advise and  guide you  in the many unfamiliar  details,   see  that  all   family  needs  are. met.  WE OFFER A COMPLETE  _MEMORI At-SERVIGE1��� ""  IN OUR* CHAPEL FOR  $150.00  Without Chapel Service  Plus   cremation   fee,   or  burial   in  local  cemetery and transportation.  PRE-ARRANGEMENT  MEMORIAL ...MARKERS.  Harvey Funeral  Phone 886-9551  J.  Roy Parkins,  Owner-Manager  Theie is no "spat-warming" Tun the pital, Sechelt,  commerce ^department   at Elphih- 7������Bera    were ��� .:aislnBu.��r* among -  stone ,vher?Studerts are anxious to XT'lOSHSX**^ "uS  got in\61v6d','in''',,'lih^yeWT|ioOk"'"_3riri1r loaders'reported  Hie  perlirient "f nets  of"  ing project. School trustee Mr. Bern- lhei��l discussion.  '    _V(\   M'lillifl-an   whn   fa\;nrc   nn lho ml-. VC,'y  in'.orcstl*ng  box  Junch was SOl'V-  , aid Mulligan  Who favois on-the-job ed  followed  by, the  registration report,  w   ' cxpei'icnce   for students,   looks   on ��� *   " approvingly 'as"'Miss'^dwards aiid  students wAnn* Inglls, _ and,.Jha^non  ''Murphy woi'k "&n" ma'sjtlng half-tone  negatives and preparing plates for  the printing rrjachlne.  MARINE PAIWT  FI^REGLAS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  Valley    tow Rite  TRAILER BRAKES  MIRRORS  . ,    availablo  itf  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshino Coast, Highway  88548l'i  kfi\h\��wy}tiWMM).} Wt.u 'vU'ifu  y fi 1M1 l|i ( (a1 il' * J11 ft m pi a,i ,| y m'i f} \f Miji'    i  '7' iu*'i,7 7,i)i./v, t', ',7 W,yivlU  iwvrWWnyy \\2y, ''/  Tochnldnns  rnnunginroo; press  \-\xn.    ou mw* /iuov��w   wmjuwr  i,n>< ��.��'i..uy ,whhu,  page' ctills for, porfocti.i'OglstvnU'on   watched    by i, jflasclna^tod   School  '"   w^lch m<tow n lot of'pros"? adjust)' .'Board' chairman 'Mrs,' Shlokv Kitson;  HON5CLUB  Pancake Breakfast  Will bo hold in The Village, Cafe courtesy of Rhr. George  Floros, tlie new owner who has kindly donated his   1  premises for this occasion.  , EYERYON^ WELCOME  i   Proceeds to tho loqal Morn* Club Activities.  ���-���    Tickets May Bq Purchasod Rom Any Lions ClubMomlpor  -1  i��tm't|iin%itt^>y. >iii 71 .toi  ,i  ,     ��      i, 7''7l i i  77V. '  rn1 i(U*;\i {t.2,\ h ,(,' ,  WW.;',',..   ,  i  I 1 ''f    i M     i  *    i  ' I   \.       ''      I   ! ,  !i    ill ill    I1*     I J' I I  I.    I'       "l   ''' '     '        '  | << ,4   I ' *7,i|    *   "ill  <   l�� \ ' 1*14 I 'III,  lul i iCti,i,V '      i /'  ''.I, ih \'  "���     i        71  (,  I    ')'     '      .,'( I' I  '    ' 7    l,,|l i    '��   ��   i1 '    \\     ,i       '    '  .   thl it* A, v.   tt Mw f v'l ' .f    * r> f H JiMtt | ** *       *'   t ������*-   -*  [7'-vj("^V '(';.;;,���    ,7 ' ,  <i';w;T",'i|l|l'H"^"il,  *ml-MW��i��t4'i>W*��itW  *.l��Un*  yf<M;i.|l|.M.^|i.iUii^i|.Wu(,lf.^,  1Kp* *4j< nMti,,ji.p*<i4  ince  10.3 cu. ft.  l^prge Family Size  Ideal For Summer  Home Use  ,  * Left or Right Hand  Door  * White, Avocado or  Harvest Gold  A  Porcelgin Liner  (Not*Plastic)  .^M^t   *.M UlH'H<*��^*M fW��Awffiw.��*(>w.i^��th��i|**ww�� ,M**+.  ' ,1  "VIM  Jl  Parker's Hardware Ltd  ���nH  ��� .ifc|t!t����*<ll��lW*tp *____��� ��*W-*��*����*������i<M��(ifflI  _ _��_ mm_ _tm  ii> ��� ^aa   ���     >  n<>MVWtfw*u**��nfUM��nn*��^^  Mr4wW��W#��WiMlh��llrtl^  ,   .,    ,(i|(,i,l ijnlv ,,    ,��� ...  ''���ll  U'_    'll!       '  ."CountryWestern" Enti?rtaiiiment  . f    %f 'fn*,.!   i     '   i  y*y.    4  ��*l *i). j '(y.* �� tin y*    *>.  ond-oll "thoitrimming* r.  MAY14th  SPECIAL'  MOtHER'S 'PAY  'BdKmrfffflF  Raked , Potatoes  "*Talfr thTfrfmimiinos,7  T" ;"ij'"  Chinese  Smorgasbord  iWW��i**4i����*i!��(w^^  5j00p.rn.-to 8t00��p.m  ,    Saturday  B��IH(Ht|l((>*M(l.j|Bl.��|fiP^��t'tll|iaM(rtllt'WtJ��|ll  1 I    I  '"IS  PIZZA  Sorvcd In Dining Room  DINING1T A.M. to7l0 P.M7  CABARET 9 P.M. to 1:30 A.M.  ' . *.  ��\ ��\  mm     \f\ /^JfA  ''-���"i.rrw"*'1  ��� ''I  v\       .  .5>MI\l&"rlllwb��*l#ifl/*^-i��olMo  SECHELT  ?*r. _ wr*wmyvfw*^w��ynn4mnrm4�� w w > tnmwwvf*  fL-Jr tst'l. ���>  data cJJifUita rsoom oLc  J ifjiftf ��*f <Stl 1*1.  l^->f  r\aom  oL,aimae  P lflWWWaSf^"', ii .W #(Mt* p>��f*PW^*ij(t* i* W^***^ Wwe?**'*  V��tW��WMS��*WIWH����?r^^  S��fm��M��^��^lfM��l^^  Wttft^MRg^^  fti��PN*W*iMtM^^  W^W^>li��I.WW*WBWWI|f��t  ���wHWnwiymwwwiiMWfwi  -a,  i      ���   . , * I, ./      v  '7]7.  i\M  \,,.  OTmiM >  ^\  \:  Page ft-2  The Peninsula Times  pmmpm  Wednesday, Mdy 10.  1972  mmmm&mvmt  ����� ���        ._   .. -   _  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  MRS. Hemstreet and -Miss  Sandra  Hem,- .  street   were   hostesses   at   their   home  on   Wednesday   evening   when   a   rniscel-'  laneous   shower   was   in   honor   of   Miss  Marilyn   Hollowink   whose   marriage   to  Hurry  Lning  will take place May   15  Pink   wedding     bells   and   streamers'  won1   usod   for   decoration.   Prizes   were  invardod   lo  winners   of   interesting   cbn-  tests. The bride-elect received many use���  fill   and   atti-aetive  gifts.  Those present at the happy part were  M. Hollowink, Ruby La ing, Jackie  Rhodes, Aline Hollowink, Cathy Berry,  Tonya Brendon, Evelyn Hollowink, Peg  Hemstreet, Nanette Eldred, Evelyn Ber-  dahl, Valma Rhodes, Sandra Hemstreet  and Marion  GSharman.  JJnable to attend but sending gifts  were Diane Berdahl, Roberta Wolansky,  Terry Thompson, Edie Browettt, Freida  Scott   and Norah MacLean.  Miss Craig and Mrs. Comb's classes  from Gibsons Elementary School have  been eagerly anticipating their excursion  for tomorrow (May 11) when they will  leave the school at 8:30 a.m. by Sechelt  Motor   Transport .charter   bus.  Supervised by ��l heir class teachers,,  student teacher and .pa^nt volunteer  ai,des, tlie pupils will visit** the education  resources of the. Vancouver Game Farm,  A-ldergrove, and the historic site at Fort  Langley. They will return at ���approximately' (i   p.m.  The young son of Brian and Anne  Know les received the names --Kndrew  Howard when Rev. David Brown offic- ���  iated at the christening in ,rSt. Bartholomew's Anglican Church on Sunday, April 30. God-parents are John R. Harvey,  John A. Stewart and Miss Norma Fitz-  simmons.  Following the service about 20 people were guests at a smorgasbord lifnch-  eon at the home of: Mr. and Mrs. Brian  Knowles when among those present were  the baby's great-grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. J. S. Howard from Richmond;  Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, Port Coquitlam  and Mr. A. Reed, Vancouver, as well as  other relatives.  . Mrs: Langille of Gibsons and her sister, Mrs. M. Beadell of. White Rock, are  presently enjoying a two-week vacation  in  Mexico.  A$e limit i&jgtyw 1? , ��' .,  (Cavalcade qiieeii ca  eligible fior Miss  pageant  MU_______\  V  y  ��(y  to  /,.  ��*r^  _H?4%?^  OFFICIAL word -has been received by  members of the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade that the winner in the local queen  contest, which will be announced July  1st weekend, will .lake part in the Miss  Pf\[R ��� Pageant.'  A letter wrilton by the executive secretary nl' tho Pacific National Kxhihition  said exhilvifion officials had  iust received  "7V7  \��^J?  ,i>  v i  '&  :r.  '-���visC  '%v  ,First Away,   First  Back  These students from teacher David  llemple's class at Gibsons were the  first to arrive back after the, trek to  Roberts Creek Saturday. The walk  was organized to raise funds for the  students' trip to the lower; mainland  later this month; Shown are Raymond Boser, Randy Smith .(tee was  the first), Chris Hill aiid Michael  Harris.  Mrs. Elizabeth Medlecott from Coquitlam and Mrs. K. Bunker of White Rock  are vacationing at the Langille home   irL-.GibsflPs^_  '    Gerty Hope and Mrs. Mary Gill returned Friday "after a wonderful trip  to Reno. They enjoyed the Redwing tour,  visiting Carson 'City, Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, etc. .    .     -.���  Winston Charles George Robinson was  present with his mother Mrs. Marilyn  Robinson when a baby shower was held  for them on Sunday mid-afternoon April  30 when Mrs. Agnes Labonte was a grac-   ious hostess at her home, AttendingMverp  Miss Theresa Labonte, Mesdames Julie  Boser, Evelyn Cooper, Rose Girard, Clara  Nygren, Sharon Blaney, Estelle Hage-  lund, Mary Euchalski, Carol Skinner,  Lil Honeybun, Sara Palmer and Betty  Gisvold.  Not present but' sending gifts were  Marion Reeves, Irene Puehalski and Dorothy   Robinson.  Tea was served, a cute^ec^atecTTed^-  dy  bear cake and other dainty  refreshments 'were  enjoyed   during   a   pleasant  social time. ' *  Mrs. Walter D, Peterson and' Lorraine who have  been nt  Osoyoos  for a  ���*���TTOTnirwere"ir"GlbTo1Ts lout" "will 'return"  to the Okanagan for. n further stay there  Mrs, Peterson, who had not been feeling  well,   is  enjoying the  drier  ellrhato in  the Interior.  Pastor and Mrs, G. Foster attended  the B,C, conference of the Pentecostal  assemblies in Victoria May 2 to 4,  " "" ^RottoTrBefiten*^^  Baptist Camp nt Kents Lslnnd during the  '.morning session ��t Calvary Church,, Park  Road, on Sunday morning.  The ��� rooms woro gay with colorful  balloons and .streamers whon Miss Jackie  Rhodos ontortalnecl ln hor homo' ut  -\ bridal nhowor for MIhh Marilyn Hollow-  " ink, Beautiful gir/ls In groat vnrioU  woro received by 'tho guest 'of honor wh >  woh sealed In a decorated ulwliv  Amusing gninen ancl contents wore cn-  ,   .1oyod,   |ha   pnrUcjIpantR; bol'ngr��wni'doil  prizes and favoiu  "   Vases of flowers woro on a Rido tnbk  which hold an especially delectable hIiov. ���  i or cake. Punch was served and a wide  aRHortnuMit of doliolous rofrosiimentfi pasi.-  ocl to tho guosts,  ,...i../    Thorp was much morrimont.over \\w  taKing of flash pk'luroH, ProHcnl worn I\l  Hollowink, .Ruby  Lning, Volmo  Rhode,  nM|��MMWM��l2QiLj^(4y<i.M  PSSST.  (By Jack Mills)  ,    TTraRSOT^AI^rYTTrav^  t'other paper at all costs,  and  in  no  way is there.any intention of getting in-  -vrrtvett-  ���rerba**r-^r--WTTtteiil warfanfer  HOWEVER an editorial in last week's  issue was brought to our attention and  for some unknown reason I think it  could have been slanted in the direction of this weekly. Part of the editorial  states... "(another weekly) is of the  opinion Gibsons deserves its own locally  printed newspaper and not one of a chain  printed miles away..." Rather than sit  back and look like a silent dummy I  would just like to add that every-town.  word   y  cancellation   from   one   of   the  frap.rf.ise   holders  ancl   therefore  Gibsons  \y-a7  offered  the  franchise.   The only change in qualifications for  local queen candidates will be that an  entrant must be 17 years of age instead  of 16, as this is the minimum age for  a'PNE Pageant participant. A spokesman  for the focal group said she did not feel  this w-ould affect the number of entries.  If there were 16-year-olds considering  entering the Cavalcade Queen contest,  they would have a better opportunity  next year by entering the PNE sponsored  pageant. .  --The dates of the Pageant in 1972 are  from August 1.9th to August 22nd. Arrangements will be made for contestants  to arrive in Vancouver on Friday, August  18 and return to their respective homes  on Wednesday, August 23. The winner  of the Pageant will remain in Vancouver  as a guest of the -Pacific National Exhibition until Sunday, August 27.  Failure to enter a contestant inoany  one year will automatically cancel the  franchise, which will then.be allotted to  another community on the waitin__kjist.  Letters of intent must be file^J/with  the PNE by June 1 at the. very latest and  sponspr and contestant entry form must  be in Their hands by August 1. In this  respect, the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade has  asked that all those wishing to sponsor a  queen in the cavalcade this year, do so  as  soon  as  possible.  Grand prize this year will be $1,000,  ' as well as many gifts and prizes offered  by the PNE.  A finalist for the PNE pageant must  have resided in Canada for two years and  must have resided for six months; in the  district she represents. She must be single and have never been married, divorced or had marriage annulled and  must have reached her 17th birthday by  the opening day of the Miss PNE Pageant, August 19, 1972, but must not have  reached her 22nd birthday by August 19.  1972.  Contestants   must   be   of   good   char-  .Act,er.-���and���possess���p-o-is e,   personality.;,  charm,   beauty   of   face   and  figure   and'  have a minimum education equivalent to  Grade nine successfully completed.  The winner of the queen contest in  the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade will receive  free transportation for herself to Vancouver and return, first class accommo  dation  and  meals  at  a  first   class  hotel  in   Vancouver.  Contestants will be judged on charm,  personality, deportment, beauty of face  and figure; ability to speak in. public  and general intelligence and special  ability.  Kach contestant must bring with', her  the following" outfits in which to be  judged and to wear on siage at the Pacific National Exhibition:. a full length,  formal evening gown; a short party  dress, plain or figured; simplicity of style  being the keynote and a sports outfit  consisting of white shorts and a. white  "T'7 shirt or blouse.  Chaperones are provided for the girls  while v staying in Vancouver during the  Pageant. Contestants are under strict  supervision and must adhere to the rules  and regulations governing conduct. All  contestants receive gifts on the night  when Miss PNE is selected on stage  Tuesday, August 22. The contestants appear nightly in a stage presentation  where they are introduced and speak  briefly. *  An attractive program of entertainment   is   provided     for   the   contestants.  tpaiiuuuuiumiwwMiiMyMif  i ond  DID YOU KNOW?  Jwvlen'd Sjtadn  CARRIES  MOTHER'S DAY  >:   GIFTS  Gibsons - 886-9941  _zm________ma  rasa  K  ___  NEVENS  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  -^DMIRAt^-F^yPS--  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *       *       *       *  Ph. 886-2280  Gibsons, B.C.  imniM  ��� _: ���  *> I  V-  '.'  jwwwwwwmwn^^  They Need a , Lift*  �����iitaM^.r*'^$<^,M  The youngsters needed a lift after    the, students, who took part in Satur-  their walk to Roberts   Creek   and   day's walkathoh. Showh   with Mr.  'teachW''T>avld'^  took pant in the hike,  gave it to   Gerry McConnell.  them. Around !p400 was collected by  mtlfil  lowing DoiWt McConnoll, Evolyn IIol-  lowlnK, Miu'^Wrny,JJrti'M Abi'wmH, Clnd:  Hlmiwtiy, U.<W)iw'��i Hhodoa, Lynno TyHoi.,  Mlly Lolirfinn, Mnrllyiv HnnHon, Gnoi'/.lii  UlUitloH, Bmuhwr Cjoblolgh,, Llndn LnlniSi  Mnry Lo PcfR^Stwioy nnd Dnnna IUukU .  SondinH Klfln woro Donnu Solnllt nnd  Slimmon Murphy,  Crimp D(iji_,]ftff on.noiich Avonuo..��U,  TCoiVov'h GrUoirwuH lho fu.oiio of con-  Hk'ui'utiiQ HoUvltytliln phri wccTcond when  livo chiuMftr Ihih'oh onrrylnn around :i6()  iwnplo ���wimo to nl'and (tn opon houno,  Tim Idon of lho upon houno wan lowiq'u  itlnt nvoryono wllh thiy omnp MlllUm  and IhQ.ohrJHtlun work,Hint Ih boln*. done,  Uavld JJru.niniltl Ih lho uiunp eonvouor,  Tim wbokoiur boforo 'liint a wurlc party  of- 43....poi-HOMH   fruin. Now   WoHtmlnntor  i'roRbytorriWTr'bTfsr'wllinriF'^  and nialnlgnunoo ,of tho camp. Tho kit-  ���fem}n:m^:flici6atfo:.wu'ru Y��!ir'boiiftnuizr  a now . hrldKo over tho crook hati beun  .J"*.)!. ���....     :..\..4  _���:.:���:���.  W��WJ!��MU'MUM4^  fumlly jt)conllyjAv��H Mrf., JJriickcthi mo-  way,  Mrp, I. W, Uowiiph of RolHM't'i Crook  MW'��H.-'bi.dMlH��i,y.Uo.i��lloi��i:.Uujj.JWoddU��i!(|.,o��4.  hor f{rancl'datiKh'oi,1 Slnco Mrn, ,'Downon'  1'iJlurn from Alhorta tihu had nn KuuniH  for n fnw dnyn newlywedfl Mr, ami Mi'Hl,  IUchnrrt Hoymnn of Cnlflnry. AIpo vlnlt-  lri|. , IVlm, Downrn were lirr- Ron-ln-lnWn  Norman llcnlop nnd ison,  in Canada arid' the vUttited States deserves its own locally printed newspaper;  arid its own supermarket selling locally  produced items; and its own car manufacturing company; and its own dairy  and I codld go on and on. But for some  Unknown reason, it just doesh't happen  that way., And if you don't khow why  We just won't tell you. And  as far as  ���Gibsons itself* goes," I like tlm-tuwn and  feel like I am now part of it, and intend  tt> continue doing so, even if the ,paper  dipes get.printed in a UNION shop miles  away. Thank yew, I feel much bettor  now! ���    '��� "     .  ,iff���*^A'nd**-E6uq��e  trict Kinsmen who mustered forces together Sunday and did a real nice job of  clean ing "up   the.' roadway   from   North   Road up to the secondary school, It, is  little items like this that go rather unnoticed that hold a- community such as  Gibsons together, Cheers, gentlemen)....... ,  (i:M��,ijScJ^!��rt.ft.^'i,"��il|l*iI4��>i��4.wl|.rt��lt,l#M. M .-!���-*.<  :.'���*:-���'>.t'ti.>'*>U,':*;i"r*i/<. .*���!��. .,*��.( I (.',M. ( �� F>U    I '.. - ,11-   ��� -.<,-.. I, .'i"*i*ViH��Vll''iJ!i/��i!  And Ray Boothroyd up at the local  cinema came up with a money-back  guarantee item in conjunction wltli the  upcoming showing of Ryan's Daughter,  which apparently Is ono of tho bettor  films to loavo Tlnsolvlllo (in many a  moon, Ray says he will give you double  your money back if you are unable tp  get In lo iho flhow because of llno-ups  aiid crowds,  " Saturday morning tho eubfl ond scouts  .willubo out, ori tho|r"annuaT;MUlo ga-,  Uiorlng Bojourn, How about digging In  ��� tho cupboards -and seeing what you can  scrounge un for the youngsters?  ' ��� ��� Ancj cnA you justi Rmoil 'summer with  all tho activity that has boon going on  in Gibsons vllle those days?  MOTHER'S PAY  ~ ' \���_[^_.wri"r!r-���:- ��� y    TT7  sunday, ������ito$j#mwf22.:* p.W  SMORGASBORD  at the  CEDARS INN  Gibsons  ADULTS $4.50  xk.*.       '_*^rm'iwiiiif^<vviimffi^vimiw^^_*4^a  CHILDREN UNDER 12  , 20c,, per year of age  HAVWU1<)^W^1W)|1VWH��VJ  jp^aw��>Hfiftt!iiii mr-amw*yMtnw  ^^^^Jteserve^Early.. Please -.886-9815,,,,,   Bay Direct from the Mill  Cut all sixes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction grade,  random length  �����_, p>m.  $im  TIDOOQKS^CHARTS^  NYGREN SALES  ,    GIBSONS  PRE-CUT HOMES      i Bedroom 1148 tqf'n;  All lumber N.H.A. accepted. g<| mgkgk  Complete package :.���>:...     Jl /l|U  Dollvorcd to your lot anywhpro on tho Sunshine Coast.  Number two and brr,,  boYO.  siding ...p,m.  *165  21 p Ib, roofing sq. butt���  colours  -JLl|#yjl  Surrey  FRASERVALLEYMILLS   9815 Robton St. , 588-5441  ywwwww*^^  ......    ,.,.M   .    .  . ,  DON'T FORGET OUR  ��*^bW��n ". *4^l��)��i���iWIW!��l^^  ANNIVERSARY  LASTING THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF MAY  j> -^ still'' Smiling- Aftor- All  Dcspllo lliolr 10-mllo hike lo Rob-   thoso studontfi arrived back shortly  orlH. Ci'ook' ,and    book,  those girls   after noon, Girls nro Lorolto Onmpo-  ��,from (Hbrons - Rlomcntnry School  Htlllrmunnficd to smllo, The walkn-  t;hon slarlotl at il u.m, Saturday nnd    -._           ;nmpo.  anno, Cindy Bemulry,' Christine Ir*  vine nnd LorettA Harrison,      >r,  * ���'ftt'Jf *|f W WfV 1W ��'I^H,^��*'PfVf^|llfl��l��(IHW|^lB.I| MV'V'  en DeVnes Floorcovenngs Ltd  ^(iifiKM^Mmm^m  T^fF^vSfiffl^^  I ' /  PH6NE 886-7112  wimmmmmimmmm  mmsmwm  �����  vptmm  'i ./ ii V  1  '���*  1 I -J**.
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"Wednesday, May 10, 1972
4riaye£s Corner
—Gibsons Army,  Navy and
r. Air Force Unit 357
AS   I   hope - this  will "become  a   weekly
feature,   I   will try   to  gather  all  the
news I can of ANAVETS activities. The
rest will just be propaganda-baloney!
In   all   seriousnesss,   the   donation   by
»    Georgine   Nasadyk   of  $300   to   allow   us
to  sponsor  a  baseball  team  was   pretty
wonderful. Frankly, we are so poor, the
delegate" we   sent  to   the   quarterly   con-     , _^_„
vention   was  the  only   one  to  hitch-hike      £. v"'**"5
,j—there, -carrying   a   box   lunch,   I   sympa-     {5*\/',,«*j
^     thize  with His complaint that it is  very     i       M:*?.
*" awkward trying to read a speech that
has been used to wrap liverwurst sandwiches. . .
Some dear soul (anonymous), not to
be .confused with Alcoholics Anonymous,
sent us a wonderful typewriter, desk, and
about two tons of paper. The paper is
a soft pink, and if for some reason we
have need to type a letter to someone,
he may wonder why it is typed on Fac-
elle Royale!
A beautiful six drawer filing, cabinet
with a good, stout lock on it was given
to us by another lady. We have written
a petition to the prison parole board to
expedite her husband's early release, as
he apparently has the keys with him
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Generous   Donation
generous uonanon uc aiuuseu oy overactive iieas or neavy
Mrs. Georgine Nasadyk of .Gitisons (ANAVETS)  Gibsons Unit 357   The Sunfire-At any rate, the piper drove the
is* shown presenting her cheque for money is to be used for the club's <rhanter- or mouthpiece, which is quite
$300 to Robert Watson, present of the sponsoring a "minor baseball team g -and made of hardwood' wel1 into his
Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans •      . -   .    - -
The piper who was to have  led  the     5>i_rncriin*a Cnrrvit wrinniarQ
grand  march  opening  at  the  last  dance     0""aniJie UOQ-Sl WiUflef-b   .   .  .
is,   as   they   say   in   French,   "horse   and   .
combat".   While   practising   in   his   tent,
he  tripped  over his dog,  who  is  so  inured   to   pipe   music   that   he   can   only
be aroused by overactive fleas or heavy
Over 1,000 TOPS members
attend Penticton convention
Starting at 9:30 a.m. . '. .
Gibsons Cubs and Scouts
collecting bottles Saturday
mouth and is now being treated for a THE TOPS 24th- annual Provincial Rec-
large  lump on the back of his neck by ognition  Day  was  held  in  Penticton
the.SPCA, as his dog got up and bit April 22 in the Peach Bowl, with 1,100
him, also, thinking his master was being members taking part. There are 285
attacked by tKe bagpipes. Well, anyhoo, chapters in British Columbia alone. The
weep smiling and hope to see you next Penticton meeting saw.-110 graduate to
week at the dance. Watch under Com- KOPS. The 1973 convention will be held
ing Events. _ j.n   Chilliwack   and   will   be   TOPS   25th
anniversary . in  Canada.
Esther  .. Manz,   the   founder     in   the
United 'S*tates7 was"""a "guest7 visiting "'E'er*'
_      _ _ for the first  time.
IO    nOln    ^lTIOrOa^nnf'rl Rae  Gettor,  regional  director  for  all
*.v uum auiuiyaajjuiu        Canada   and Alaska) from   Wisc0nSin,
A GOOD time was had by all attending     addressed   the   leaders     and   co-leaders'
a spaghetti sponsored  by the Church    puncheon. The convention was hosted by
y.*t-: '^€'ysk_S_^_t__i
T'is the Season ...
Bosts are far from uncommon these
days, especially in the gap at Gibsons . where fishermen are really getting with it now that the salmon are
making their move locally.
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Indians often used pliable wMte
spruce roots for lacing birch bark on
canoes.
TWILIGHT THEATRE - GIBSONS
SUNDAY* MAY 7 to SATURDAY, MAY 13
a, A story of love. Fi Imed by David Lean
lYAI^St DAUGHTER
Starring: Robert Mitchum, Trevor Howard. ChristoRher Jones, John Mills,
Leo McKern and Carah Miles.
Metrocolor and Super Panayision
ADULT
'Warning" several scenes of simulated sex.—B.C.. Classified.
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-^Ma|e-a5asr, IM-ee in Gibsons,, one o
t'Kjtfse ■ being "for teehs; two iti Sechelt anc
jti^t recently one in Pender Harbour.
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' Of these a divisional winner and one
KOPS grad Was* the first pre-teen gracl
in BC; both these members being from
Gibsons.
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..    He   Earned  It
i2-yeai-old   Pierre   Berdahl   came    l^-yGdr-01Q  CQptUrGS
homo the'winner Sunday after lie
"lahaed-rfour^ouhdrtive"ouhcrtiU4^
throat cit.nuby Ww and also'cop-   twelve-year-old' : Pierro,   Ber<iuhi,   JT W
pe,d"thb^Gi'bBons,'Wildlifo!WClubwprize      ■broughrin^yoto-'pWri^
i ropnies on snow1-
A good display of trophies encouraged anglers to try their luck Sunday • as ,the,-Gibsons,"*WiIalifer■Clulb",,-"
held its a,nnual fishing   derby at-
Xloi¥sifiey'AdBnefs''redch"mbr'e'lHa'n
2,500 homes every week.
-Use   tfiem7 •for   steady,'   low-cost
l^^|jwwiwwwin"iww>«^(wwwifi^ - i—.4*-^ _^~j»_   •■ *■*" *'.    • _ *
qdveftisihg t6 talk to 10,000 people!
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885-9654 (Sochelt)       886-2121  (Gibsons)
THIS Saturday will see members of the     service   projects   and   ran   three   fund-
Gibsons .Cubs  and  Scouts  canvassing    raising drives.
the .village   for    bottles,    the    proceeds They were taken on s conducted tour  „
which will be used for activities  of the    0f  the  Port  Mellon  duId  mill-  went  to a sPaShettl sponsored  by the Church    puncheon. The convention was
group.  Drivers, and  members are  asked    the Queen;jEUzabeW'-Th^atr'-:ln';"'Vanefiii"5     of Jesus Christ of Latter.Day Saints.-The     the  Penticton. jarea  chapters.
_l^)_note-t.he-^ar4ing^-tiTOe7-9430-arm^-at—vgr-nrs-ee-Treasxrre-rslmm and also went     dlnner. was held at the Selnifl Park Hal1 ^EaG-h-c-hapt'er-^-KOPS-were-pi=esent-ed-     .  .
Super Valu in the Sunycrest Plaza. to see  the Vancouver Canucks beat the     i°^ tFriday- APnl 28- The food was excel-     with  their  awards  by  their  area  super-     ^■■■^■■■■■^■■■■■^.■■.■..■■■i,  ....     --—nnnnnnn.uuuuu.
 Anyone .missed   is   asked   to   contact    Los   Aimeles   Kings  ~—'      -——-—-"t and J^g£g-«tasJa.^ing=oiiLJQlloAwing~-. visars-Be-st-awgageaess-for Chapter 1971 " 	
H.   O.   Hincks   at   886-9392   or   886-2539.        Coming, soon will* be the Camooree at     **-™f'   Those  a"ending  expressed   a     was   presented   by .Rae   Gettor   as   was
anytime, or you are always welcome  to     Powell   River     the    25-mUe   SntPnnial *£ f°F m°re ?f these S0Clal evenings.     the   runner-up   to   the   1971   B.C.   TOPS
drop your bottles off at the Super Valu     TraTf hike from Horseshoe  Bav  tc, Seen       .  ^r^' sofa^'wil1 be bi. the form     Queen trophy.
store on Saturday morning. Cove and the DattrSeek tra 1 cS     heM   M^To   atlhe^sXf P^ u\ if The  19?1   TOPS  ^Ueen  *as  ^^
Besides   the   Scouts   normal  activities-   ing.    •     • •     •• ■     ■ .-7 St «9 !S      \ hal1     'or 1970.-This year included the.crown-
they have, in the last year had four hikes, Tri August' the youngsters  will'spend     11CKets are.^.w each.   ing of a TOps king ag weU   FoUowing
four   camp-outs    (one   of   these   in   the     a  week camping ori  the Hood Canal  in q.™,™ i0o„Q<!  *,.* t .,   .  . dinner  and  the  guest  speaker,   the  best
nited States); taken on four community     Washington : ,J£l ZJtfT, ** !?ur,;slde,f /" cross    banner award was awarded and the cha-
  g} section while balsam fir_hasjlatjeaves.    pter best losers and the chapter queens
~    were also . presented,
There 'are six TOPS chapters ori the
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and iho Roy M'alyea Memorial tro-   u"11^?,!,^^..^,^1!" lop ^'f !n   C«#«//;«
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*i i    i ,11'r-r'       ft'I   V|f>   « s-7  \  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, May VO, 1972  ir  Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle  has its  uilt iri a day  th anniversary  THIS *:.mclay. May 14 al 4:00* p.m. Cib-  . sons PenlHCo.sial Taihemar-le, Highway & Martin Roa.l^ will I**-, holding .a  special service to celebrate 2f> years of  Gospel^ witness in Gibsons. Miss Francis  Clemo,  who  was  lhe  first   pastor  (alonfr  cciii\'cr  Mis  witli a co-worker), will be guest speaker.  All are invited to attend. The church'had  an interesting, beginning and following  is a brief history of how the work was  started,  by Frank J. Wyngaert.  . It was the year-1946 when a young  lady, residing in Victoria, B.C. with her  parents, ^became keenly interested in ^becoming engaged in Christian work. This-  was Miss Frances Clemo, a graduate of  British Columbia Bible Institute ^.'Victoria, now known as Western Pentecostal  Bible College and situated in North Van-  ;s Clemo had heard several p.er-  ivIVi- to Gibsons Landing as a  ield for the Gospel mess-age. Although she. had never been to Gibsons  ���I ������iidiii_.l   ,*iii in-iei-i-si ___\ cn-iiled and  Sup.  worthy  LOW DOWN PAYMENT  LOW MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  ALL VEHICLES  CLEARLY PRICE  TAGGED  1971   VOLKSWAGEN  Type   3.   12,000   miles.   Radio.   New   car  condition.  $2595   1,963  PONTIAC  STATION WAGON  6 cyl. Automatic. New tires.  $495    1971  PLYMOUTH CRICKET  4 dr. Sedan. 7.000 miles.  $1995  1969  CHEVROLET  BROOKWOOD  V8. Automatic.  *$2295  1971   VEGA HATCHBACK  Automatic. Radio. 12,000 miles.  $2595  1964  FORD GALAXIE  4 dr. Sedan. V8. Automatic.  $495  500  1968 ACADIAN DELUXE  4 dr. Sedan. 6 cyl. Automatic. Radio.  $1895  1971   CHEVY NOVA  SntrrTS. dan. 6 cyl AmomaficT  Radio.  $2895  1970 CHEVY  NOVA  4  dr.   Sedan.   Big   6,   3   speed   Automatic.  Radio.  $2695  1961  VOLKSWAGEN  WINDOW VAN  39,000 miles one owner driven.  $895  1970  CHEVROLET  2 dr. H.T. V8. Aut. P.S. P.B. Radio,  tires.  "���" :$2895 '*"���'  eventually   a   decision  made. "  In January, 1947, Miss Clemo ventured to the mainland. On first thought  mid-winter may seem an unusual .time ���  ���for embarking on such a mission, but  there were benefical factors which rendered the trials to be confronted just a  little more eomforting. Rev., nd Mrs. El-  Wood Shannon of the "Gospel Ship" consented to assist in opening the work at  Gibsons   Landing.  the "Gospel Ship" plies the waters of  our British Columbia coast each year  from early spring -until'late autumn. The  Gospel is thus preached in many of the  out <of the,way places. During lhe \yinler  months the boat is moored in Vancouver.  Al the time mentioned, the Canadian  Legion, 109, owned a building adjacent  to the local Elementary School, grounds.  In this building on January. 12th, 1947,  Miss Clemo, assisted by the Shannon's,  conducted the first Gospel service in  behalf of the Pentecostal Assemblies of  Canada.. Rev. Shannon and his wife continued to assist, for about six weeks,  holding meetings in the.hall, distributing  Christian literature to the various homes,  and arranging for mid-week cottage  meetings.  Rev. P. S. Jones of Victoria, at that  time District Superintendent of the B.C.  District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of  -Canada, .became much impressed witl  the ^area.*iie discussed the matter of building a church with his executive, including Walter McAlister, who was then  the Pastor of Broadway Tabernacle in  Vancouver.  Meanwhile, . the Shannons, departed,  but another young lady, Miss Jean Pen-  noyer, who graduated with Miss Clemo,  now joined her and together they toiled  in the District for five and a half years.  Within   three  months   property   for  a  church was purchased by the Pentecostal  Assemblies. Its location Highway 101 and  ���M^tH-hr-Rtradi���tte���lat1^'nire^fen^~non-  existent.  As during World War II, purchasing  of building .materials was much in priority. Mr. Saxon Sledding who then operated a sash and door plant in Vancouver, and attended Broadway Tabernacle,  planned the design for the proposed  church at Gibsons Landing. Through his  close contact with those selling building  materials in Vancouver, he was successful in procuring just sufficient lumber  materials. These materials were delivered to the building site only a few days     a  gooi  Safe Motoring  ���by Sheila Harris  SPRING CAR, CHECK  NOW that_Spring is here, motorists will  want to get their vehicles into the  best" condition for the more extensive  travelling which will take place during  the coming months. Mo'orists themselves  are responsible legally and morally for  Ihe proper upkeep of their vehicles..  There is a strong connection between  vehicle maintenance and safety. Keeping  cars in the best operating' condition is  particularly important in emergency  situations   when   the   best   driving   skills  vehicle  3.  -TiiP-ffifiltpd  on  one side, both .rlne. "to.  wheel cylinder failure.'  FA-cessive play in lhe steering-^-  Tfi   combination   with   maximum  handling abilities are needed  to prevent  accidents.      '*    (a) worn or faulty steering-box;  (b) worn or faulty steering ball joints,  tie-rod  ends,  relay  rods or idler arm.  4. "Car vibrates at 50-65 mph��� .  (a-)- defective   tires;  (b) wheel balance  is-off.  5. Steering column shimmies at high or  low speeds���r  Ca) looseness in front end;  ..(b) weak ar worn shock absorbers;  (c) out-of-t.ouiul   tin's   with  some  flat  'surfaces.  (i.   Rear-wheel   UK-king  upon  light   application of.brakes-���  the ailment-   faulty or leaking oil seal.  -7r-Prjtrr---road*M^i-b'���(-rec|+m-i n^-- eonsta+vt  The following diagnosis  of  an  ailing"s  car can be  made^by  the  motorist   while  at the  wheel of his car.  These .ailments  can be cured only  by competent technicians.  1. Brake pedal sinks to the fjoqr under  light' foot pressure���  (a) worn brake linings;  (b) a leak in the braking system.    .  2. ^Car pulls constantly to one side when  stopping���  (a) wheel   alignment   is   off;  (b) brake lining worn on one side or  steering  to keep it on the road)���  (a) improper lire inflation;    ,  "  *~(i*>) raiil'ty-front x>i  rear suspension.  8. Excessive   noise   or". whistling   in   the  exhaust system���  the ailme"nt���a faulty exhaust system  which would lead to dangerous emissions of carbon monoxide fumes inside the car.  9. Unusual odours inside the car���  a general alarm that all is not well  wixh your car and an immediate check  is required.  10. Directional signal lights  inoperative���  (a) bulb burned otit:  (b) defective flasher.  MOTHERS DAY GIFTS  at all  KRUSE DRUG STORES  Entertain   at  Gibsons  Six students comprising Tour '72 of  Western Pentecostal Bible College of  North Vancouver are scheduled  guests of Gibsons Pentecostal Taber-"'  nacle at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 12.  Students are Mr. and Mrs. Perry  Stang, Kelowna; Mr. and Mrs. Rankin McGougan, Powell River, Bob  Murray, Powell River, and Keith  Webb, North Vancoji^ei:^^^^^^^^-^---  Bible College group  will entertain lore  SIX students comprising Tour '72 of  Western Pentecostal Bible -College  of North Vancouver are scheduled guests  of Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle at  7:30 p.m. Friday, May 12.  Complete line of CHANTILLY; colognes, bath oils, dusting  powders, perfumes.  FREE 3 oz. dusting powder with $4.00 purchase.  Perfume and Cologne by Prince Matchabelli including  New Cachet as advertised on T.V.  Gibsons  886-2234  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-2726  -ToT^72Tus.^.j��&r^^ graup=  Fire department  to hold open house  AN   OPEN   house   will  be  held   in  the  lower   Gibsons   firehall  on  Saturday,  May 13 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.  The open house is held annually in  conjunction with Fire Services Recognition  Day.  Fire Chief Dick Ranniger said this is  T^Bglone. .the ��� end: of  June.  'July.������1,- 1947 became a memorable  day. Twenty men, including Rev. Walter  McAlister, arrived the evening before  aboard Boyd Shannon's fish-packer.  They anchored a short distance from the  Municipal float. At the break of dawn  they arose, ate their breakfast, ancl before pulling anchor for' landing at the  float, they lifted their voices in praise  unto God for His guidance and provision thus far, and also, for the privilege  ���of participating in the task before them.  Many pf these men had little or no  Gibsons and district to get a-look at the  village's  facilities  and  equipment..  including a male quartette, trios, and  duos vocally, and interesting instrumental combinations with brass, string and  keyboard. While their program is particularly youth oriented, it appeals favorably to almost all musical tastes in the  field of contemporary religious music.  Personnel of Tour '72 are: Mr. and  Mrs. Perry Stang of Kelowna, Mr. and  Mrs. Rankin McGougan of Powell River,  Bob Murray of Powell River, ,and Keith  Webb, of North Vancouver. Pastor Gerry  ^stor extends a cordial we4eoBte-4o--4hf���-g  public to enjoy this tour group presenta.  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  WE  SPECIALIZE  IIM  HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS  ���  PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE ^  ���COMPLETE LINE OF  HEAVY  DUTY AND AUTO  PARTS AND  ACCESSORIES  GIBSONS MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL  (1972)  LTD.  Sunshine Coast Highway. Box 397, Phone 886-7411  tion.  ��� ��������� �������������������������������������������������������������������^����������������������������y ����������Ai��^����j^-^--------n-n^^onj.rT.np_nnfllulTlrln|1[1)|nnnii  'Losing A Great Lady'  Athletic Association honors  a departing Mrs. Jean Mullen  New  9:0Q a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Mono.-Fri.  9:00 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Mon-Fri.  CHESS  tNltKrKuO   ,. LTD;:   :  DQZEN  red roses,  a  handsome  wall  ,   ,. .. . clock,  a   life*.membership  and 'many  ^iMuenGOwttnd-^Tjxjtn^^ Saxon  Sled  ding each man, was assigned a particular  task, Throughout, tl.o day lho work progressed, At dusk lhe church stood firmly  upon its, foundation, and included was  lhe first coat of puint to the outside wall,  Tho shingles wore applied the following  MJ3L .J&JLtva)jlUnB.^rBjromJWonoouvor.-*--  For many years to follow, passers-by  would point and say, "That is the church  ���that, was built In'a day,"  CASH FOR GUNS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  work was appreciated were all accepted  graciously on Sunday night of last week   as members of the Gibsons Athletic Association bid official farewell to Mrs.  Jean Mullen, publicity chairman for the  group for the past year.  Mrs.   Mullen   will   reside  at   Scarries  ���"Polnt-until"the* school��� tenrrls* completed,'"  whon she will move to Quesnel where  ,  her husband is presently working.   The roses woro presented to her by  Kelly Jones, representing lho youngsters  of Gibsons.  Tho tributes paid Mrs, Million by  members of the local association for her  work wore endless.  She was publicity director,' but, as one  mombO-r* added, "and everything else,"  It  was  Joan  Mullen  who  organized  cioctre  t  the painting and renovating of the pre  ^sentJiaJlMh^rou  r:!lnst^lment���a^���'In���'^'���geHln'g''.���the'^v;tennis''''���'.pro- "  gram'off the ground last year. A mainstay in the house-to-house canvas for  memberships last year, she also took  part in organizing the Sabot Sailing program, which should prove an interesting  part of the Athlqtic Association's program  this yoai\  KAi.p-.i^i*'.��'tlf^\'-'^'^'��-'<'!~''.  "She pioneers, wo do the work," was  the way member Mrs. Nqncy Douglas  ... put -it, ���������,,, ..-., ������.-.....  -��� ���,���-.���....,..���. .-,  "Wo envied hor cool lioad, hor sense  of humor," added Mrs. Shirley Macey,  Both members agreed that Mrs, Mullen, "who has actually' been lho backbone of.tho' Qlbsoas Athletic Association,  ���W'IU, loavo a , gap , lhat" .will take.. two of  us to replace,"  Eiilo Schinldboauor presented tho wall  , clock- on behalf of local-members,  ���--  Of'hor Iwo youngsters,"'her Son, Clay  Is actively Involved In association activities, Hor daughter, Kathleen, Is  jusl., In Grade ^ono; and (.ormocmenUy, la,  a IHtlo young lo got Involved In tho ���  group's programfl,  A summary of lho w��.,Y, Abiotic... An-**   Hoolatlon momboi'H fool about Joan Mullen  was  host put .forth ..tit  tha gonmuil  '  "Wp   nro   losing*  n  grout   lady   with  Kfwl Hloas  ana Join, of energy  to ,pul,   'hoflo Idoiis iioroan; hor main concern always bolntf  tho children of this  com- ''  munlty, Wo all say 4hankn��-again Joan  nnd good luck In Quosnol,"  Labonteiagaifflieads^  DANCING  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 o.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  BEST  ENTERTAINMENT  WWMW-(^(��J^tW*^tft*^*feW4F��filfeSiiW^W-(A'  Saturday,  May 13  Join The Fun  PENINSULA  Sfte^-Sw* A.e^vnKr';  Highway 1.01  Cover Charge  88G-2472  MVWIWWWWtWtWiMWWtWW^^  ��fl)��B����^l��"i**Wal*��� f^lfl^��i��MBf��^*'H��*��W^ ****!<  ENTER OUR MOTHER'S DAY  mUTnEK~ CUNTe^T  FRIDAY, MAY 12  ..WK,n,JH,M*,��4.*..M.,.l��W��4��".*"W,W*,--**   I       ' ���   <'.    '   I  '   '        4, ' I  Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  LARRY  Lnbpiila  ww  i-h-olec'toa"   prcol-  ,,.,.. donl, of tho aibnonnAthlolio Aflsoclal-  ���lon ut tho group,'!! ijnnunl mnotlnK hold  "��nrt Sunday night oMaM wools,  ������ 'Dosl'l'lotirdo wnn nnmort vlco*,prftfil-  <lont;   Mrn,   ISaooy   .DoukJuh,   Howotaryn  -irpnmirorrMi'nrC'nrol-'Kiinto^ontorinlnr  mont 'ohulr'miuii   Mrn;  Mnuroan   Dornls,  m&iitamvi^��*'W^%'Hi^*r^2'��W'i'*i "Wt^s^twwwwp  Hvl|>)!lc<<iy ^^ft'^nnm_JVIra^filUrlML-Miit!^L-  urMaloo f,mi John Irvine, noconU .truHtoo,  All but,Mr, Irvlno and Mr'a, DorBln'.woro,  io   now   oonstllutlon   and  .bylawfi  ;r^teron)nsnoflHilifti1iiT^l!M;y^Ta^  ' mm coiihIm|o(1 of i\ now name for 1ho  a��Hoolntlon, It.  wns brought, boforo \l\_  n^mborRhlp t\. 'n vnto and It ww�� iu> *"  ,ani mou��ly <����� ,_,����� ������<��� W httft hTy'mtrhff iyf\. i-yq-t*"-  mpln .CHlvions Atlilotlo AnspoUUon,'   '  Tod   Ilumo   brought  grootlnKH   from'  vlllogo council nnd  oxprosscd  council's  ,p",onimro at tho, ocqompllHhmontfl ,rtf Ihp  The thrifty goodness of  B,C CHICKEN  Tondor nnd auooulont, Q.6,��0fown ohlohon lo n food  T^tavoritoihnt-arowrih*popuiaTltfonoh'^onrrFnod;K  ���, or bnrboouod It mnkoo t. lomplInQ monl oourao tlint'n high  ^Jn.prQteln.yoUpw-ln.c^orle^DndfntrWhon'ybucornpnro"''  tho oobI, you'll Und thnt ohloKon In ono of your boot mont  buyo, And whon, you ooo tho B.O, labol, you hnow you'ro  "^pfoooliBoTrroTlllioro In Drlflah Columbia. For n oollob-  wiion-ofomicing^ooiporittiinrB'iC^orown'cnioKonrw'rHo:"*1  B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  QOVBRNMBNT OF BRITISH CO^MBIA  pflrllamont BMlldlnga, Victoria, (3,0,     *  rW '"''v"1 '>"H^<>h.i *< > "i"","*W'^,    . ; >,,>* < ��.'l7|li'" ...7" ' '���" . '""..!..2l>\ '. T.-7''' '   -     Aflfioclntloii during tho p����t j/enr,"   L���'~  ..-.���..    ...-._~   ���     -. ____,  ____ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ifl*  mm��t$m  ���**��*�������.  ^BWWMWW^W.  .  (,  \;  MtimTtHtli'ff* MWfl**���� H��*W  ���.  \ Sechelt Garden flub  Flower Show success  SECHELT' Garden   Club's   April   flower   Shaw . was   declared   a   great   success  when Jt was discussed, by. Garden G4ub-  , members at the monthly meeting held  on May 3rd in St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt.  President 'Mr. Frank Read chaired the  meeting and welcomed Mrs.. Ruby Warne  to   the   club.  Of special interest were the slides  taken both locally and in Mexico, s-hown*"  by Mr. Erie Neilsen who is an excellent  lihotograplier with a keen eye for close-  ups. Sea tile and wild'flowers and some  beautiful slides taken inside the Viiirmen  Greenhouses, "Gibsons' showing tlit- beautiful orchids, were greatly -enjoyed.  Next meeting of the' Garden Club  will be held on Wednesday, June 7th at  8 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall and everyone  is welcome.  -IMte-^ftfnsultj^mes    ' " Nge fe-5  Wednesday, May 10, 1972  Aim For Healthy Hearts  \   ' . . ...  Around The Harbour  Canada borders on tnree* oceans (Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific) "with a narrow continental shelf in the West and a  wide one in the East.  This is a $3 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,5(50 homes (over 9,000 people)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886^7244 (Gibsons)  Pender HUites  T     ���  ���by Cindy Harris  GRADUATION x  THIS year's graduation, ceremonies will  be held in the high school gym this  Friday evening. Students ' graduating  this year are: Cora Beale, Kim Lawrence,  Roxana Dubois, ��� Brenda Crosby, Janice*,  Cummings, Diane Lee, John Malcolm,  S.teve Dimopolus, Randy Tait, Jim Mercer, Joey Rousseau, Gerald Girard, Billy  Reid, Gordon Kammerle, Kirk Northrup,  -Iw'nTt^^flrilr,^N^i-SeulTolrrrr"CoTi^alTrla^"  lions and good  luck in the future.  SPORTS  Students have been taking advantage  of the good weather to practice for track  and field. Also, tennis players are preparing for play-offs for the Mr.-Thompson  trophy.  ** .  May 5 was the last session of roller  -skating at the high school until- the fall.  This week's poem was written by  Grade nine student Judy Tait.  - IT  It walked about with many a feet,  Far below  the  birds  that  tweet,  It's,  view  was  very  large ^nd  wide  And from this view it had spied,  The  enormous  objects  high  above.  And  nothing seemed ,to  show  it  love.  It  couldn't  even   sing  or  talk.  But  only  barely   did   it  walk  Maybe an inch or two a day  Then-there a night, a home to stay:  It could not even eat.a pea,  But was the dinner of a flea.  It. could not "even write or read  For IT was only a centipede.  THE SILENT EPIDEMIC  IF  A  contagious  epidemic  ran  rampant  throughout Canada killing more than  s.77,000 persons, a state of disaster would',  sbe   declared   and   Parliament   would   be  designed   with   demands   for   preventive  measures, while across the country men,  worhen  and -children  would   line   up. in  emergency immunization centres.  An epidemic is taking place in Canada. Heart and blood vessel djsease kills  more than 77,000 men and women annually, and over 50,000 of these deaths  are caused by heart attack, the mostvle-  ��k:u7iiirm_nL_hearl -disease.    * Why don't Canadians react to heart  attack as they would to any other mass  killer disease?      _  Some ot the reasons may lie in the  fact that heart attack, which is the nation's leading cause of death, is not con-  height   ancl   age. v  . - -,- \  ^ -Adopt a programme of regular, moderate exercise compatible^ with your age  and physical condition and with your  doctor's approval if over 40 years of age.  These are simple health rules that  any family, can follow without a radical  change in life-style. The immediate benefits would be the reduction of risk of  heart attack. Atherosclerosis starts early  in life. Therefore it is especially important that children learn and practice these  good health habits.  ICS  Tension  Affects   Denture  Fitting   .  OFTEN the nervousness of a patient oan  affect the fit of dentures.  The  dentist  will  help  the  patient' to  tagious, although there may be a family.   relax       Ue im   essions. are being taken,  hint s*-r*v_ rt4- + __ -i n 4-nvowi j-i4- /-����"�� r��rt *IAirOPft1*l     OT* ���*** w  An  Appointment  With  Sechelt (/Deaviiu Action  y  SPECIALIZING  IN  PERMS AND COLOURS  les of -today-wijth~43���touch-oi-tomorfowz  history   of   this   form   of   cardiovascular  disease. And, public apathy can also -bo-  explained  by   the  mistaken  feeling  that  heart   attack   is   inevitable   and   nothing  can b& done about- it.  Unlike other epidemics, there is no  mass immunization against heart attack.  But, there are things every man , and  woman can do to help protect themselves  and their families from this ruthless  health menace.  Medical science has yet tb discover  the underlying cause of the blood vessel  disease, atherosclerosis, which corrodes  and narrows the. arteries and sets the  stage for heart attack. However, research  studies- have i.evealed ways to "control the  progress of this disease,,,and thereby help  individuals reduce their risk of- being victimized by heart attack.  , In extensive studies of the personal  and medical histories, of heart attack victims, certain^ risk factors have been id-  eriified" which show that millions of. Canadians, especially those in the prime of  life, are endangering their hearts by the  way they live.  The risk factors that medical scientists  have discovered- are high cholesterol  levels in the blood, high blood pressure,  cigarette . smoking, obesity, and laek of  exercise. It appears that any one of these  factors increases the chances of a. heart-  --attack, and- that aJ combination of -two  or more multiplies this risk. ' ��� ���  Many of these conditions start early  in life. By the time a great many Canadians reach their thirties or forties,  they may unknowingly have high blood  pressure, and the beginnings of blood ves-  -sel disease. During-these prime years of  but the more faith a patient has in'his  dentist, the easier to relax. Many potential  denture wearers have great expectancies  when acquiring a full set of dentures and  are upset over the loss of their teeth.  They should be aware that no set of dentures���no matter how well made and comfortable���is as efficient as a healthy set  of natural teeth.        ���  Physical factors in fitting include the*^  shape and sijce of the ridges, tongue and  palate. Then there are the patient's biological factors to consider such^as age,  .general health,' muscle and ��� soft tissue  condition, tongue position, neuromuscular  skill or co-ordination^ and the 'gcharact-er  and  amount  of saliva.  Once the dentures have been made,  regular checkups are needed, because  mouth contours change over the years  and lhe plates can become loose. The  dentist cleans and makes changes in the  dentures when necessary on. these routine  visits, but he also looks for any inflammation ot wearing away of mouth tissues.  Patients must realize that dentures  themselves are only tools. To enjoy continuing comfort and efficient chewing of  food, denture wearers and potential denture wearers should seek the before and  after care their dentist will provide.  ���Canadian  Dental  Association  Si. pjgj^'�� of/j^  announces local grants  GRANTS   totalling   ��25,060   have   been  awarded locally under the Opportunities  For Youth Programme.  SIX people appeared in court May 4th.  Roy-Kilborn was eha-rged for supplying; Leslie Rose was charged for allowing liquor to be consumed by minors, on  premises under his -control. Four other  youths were charged for minors in possession.  Saturday, April 29, around- 7:15 p.m.  a hit and run accident occurred. Katie  Bilcik was on her bicycle proceeding  west out Francis Peninsula Road ' when  a red and whit.* truck proceeding out to  the highway completely went across the  road, and hit-her, sending- Katie -to -hos--  pital with facial injuries. The case is  still   under   investigation.  HOLD-UP  Better access onto Francis Peninsula  will be appreciated after the blunder  occuring Friday when a house trailer  blocked the single-lane bridge at canoe -  pass for approximately two hours. The  bridge railings had to be dismantled in  order for the trailer to complete its crossing.  We can be thankful no emergencies  occured on the Peninsula while the bridge  was inaccessible.  WHIST DRIVE _ ���  An open Whist Drive will be the form  of the next senior citizens meeting to be  held Monday, May 15. at 7:30 p.m. in-  the Legion Hall in Madeira Park. Everyone is welcome to attend, high scorers  for men and women will receive prizes.  MAY. DAY  May.Day celebrations begin this week  with ti fishing defby and soapbox derby  taking place on Saturday and Sunday  respectively. Saturday,, May 13, lhe Wishing derby will take place at the Madeira  Park government dock, Entrants may be  up to 12 years of age and fishing will  be from the dock. Permission forms must  be signed by a parent and will be available at the dock. Weigh-in will take place  frorrr"10~arm;-up ~tH"t2.'noun. -       , ��� 7���~  The Soapbox derby will be run Sunday, May 14; forming up on North Road  at the bottom end of Sladey's subdivision.  The derby will be run in two classes and  judging will be by John Hiadd,Qck arid  Corporal Alan Be" Si*' ^rii^r Ojoly Jstij^l-~  ation in the contest is that soapboxes  must be made without adult assistance.  Entrants will be from the elementary  school. For further information contact  John Haddock 883-2781. ���  -by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440  ��� ' V . v  13 and 14 years are vyelcome to turn"  out. Coach, Gaylord . Merkel, can be  -���reached at 883-2777 for further information. v \  ��Also  on  the  baseball scene*,  Wednesday,  May 3, the Tyee team, coached by&  Corporal  Alan -de  St.  Remy   lost   8-4  to  Sechelt.   5Robby   Cameron's   Pinto   team  ^vvon 13-12 in their game. ^  TOPS  Two new members have joined the  TOPS club, bringing lhe membership up s  to twenty rone. At last week's, -meeting, ���--.,  Linda Mattis went home with the basket  of fruit while Wendy Lee and Margaret  Porter both took possession of the Piggy  for the next week. A note of thanks is  extended to the Sechelt TOPS club for  the lovely card. *  V  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THIS Sunday is Mother's Day. Each* year  a day is set aside to honor mothers  and wives. It is fitting that this should  be done because they certainly have an  important  role  in  life.  Women have a very high and sacred  place in God's creation. The Bible says,  'a good wife is far more precious than  jewels.' Also, 'the heart of her husband  trusts in her.' They have a responsibility  Jo God to live a pure life, a life that will  -glorify God. He must be your first love.  Mothers also have a great Yesponsibility  to their families. As wives you have promised to love, honor, and obey your husband. Remember, 'the heart of her hus- -  band trusts in her.'  Then, there is a responsibility before  God to train your children to fear and  serve   God���this   is  the  most  important  ���da-ty-of���any-m-otherr-  Scripture says, 'Charm is deceitful,  .and beauty is vain, but a woman who  fears the Lord is to be praised.' Don't  Jet this Mother's Day slip away without  being certain that.you are trusting dhrist  ^for^orgivertess'iajtta't^  dren in God's ways.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2818  life they are already potential heart attack victims.  Similarly, many people may be exposing themselves to. the other risk^ factors  without realizing they are candidates for  heart attack.; As_ a precaution, and to  j, increase their chances of living longer  and healthier, the.Canadian Heart Foundation recommends that all individuals  take the following steps to protect their  hearts:  ���See your doctor regularly for a  physical check-iip. This will enable him  to find outfit you aire one of the millions  Q^-ftrffers���fyom���high���blood., pros  ora��-.i>igh bipod cholesterol-level without realizing it.  ���Eat less saturated (animal) fats ancl  'cut djown, on, foods with high cholesterol  content.  ���Don't smoke cigarettes. Studies have  revealed.that men who are heavy smokers have up to ten times the risk of non-  smokers of having a heart attack.  ���Maintain   normal   weight    for  your  Announced .on Monday   morning   by Keep  in ..mind..the rest of. the May..  Coast   Chilcotin   M��^r~Fatrl~����tr~Pierre    Day celebrertions-to take plaec "Saturc  were the following awards.  Beautification project for Sechelt and  outlying areas," in the form of benches  and planters, was awarded $4,350"." Ap-"  plying for the grant were Scott Henderson of Sechelt and William Passmore of  Roberts Creek. This is to employ four,  participants.  Panther Trail project administered by  Corrinne Parker of. Roberts Creek and  Arden Clarke received $9,620. It will  employ eleven participants, clearing and  marking a trail with campsites ih the  T^t^ahedi^ttp-Panth^r-HF^kT-Alpifle-^eg--  ion, *   ���     ������' - ��� '    ���..-������...  ..Agricultural Advisory Farm which  will be administered by Mr. Oscar Iuon  and Jeremy Young of Roberts Creek received a grant of $11,090. This will employ seven young people growing vegetables and picking strawberries, The project was approved by the Senior Citizens  Association and any proceeds will go to  the Senior Citizens,  May 20. A pankake breakfast sponsored  by the Pender Harbour Lions will start  the activities at 8 a-m-  BASEBALL '  The Lions baseball team are practicing Tuesdays and Thursdays at Madeira  Park school; 6 p;m.."*TfVterested boys of  -    Barren aground   caribou   live   in   the  tundra for part of their lives or annual  -eyele���and���the n���nti^ate-iTrto-^h^-Taiga-  .oriorest zone dtiring--the -winter-period.  CAMPING AND HIKING  EQUIPMENT  NYGREN SALES  GI BISONS  SIS  a  Madeira Park Happenings  DON'T PULL THE PLUG  WE CAN DOIT  TILLICUM  :s::,\ 7;  a  its  ��� shop   1 acre parking lot ��� Moorage ��� Camping ��� Cabins  .',     Store r���< Snack Bar���-* Poat Rentals  concrete; boat launching ramp  (HifeiitftiS Vs-if pWcSfriss?, jS.  wucum ���ite>au<�� -jr/anna  is your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Service  SECHELT'S BEST BOATl HARBOUR  Two factory trained mechanics  TRACK AtfD FIELD  ..,��> -yijjt^������ tj^   j,-^ * weBher "during  the  week many of the kids are out practising  for Sports Day,  The high jump, broad  .jump and track, are getting quite a bit  ��,C..M"e..^  held. during tjho first week of June this  year. "The school track tearn Is being  picked now for the 'district * track ��� meet;  to bo held at Sechelt ""Momentary on May  20, Teams from all schools will bo competing.  ���by Erin Hudson  on a field 'trip to yancouver .this. Wednesday, Thoy will be visiting the Vancouver Game Farm, Fort Langley and  the Gastown Wax Museum. The Grade  7's and 5's will be going during the last  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  SCHEDULE  Effective May 12 to September 24  ���W^B^^WFf"  There Will be additional sailings both ways to  accommodate Increased traffic during the Rummer  to September 84. Schedules may be obtained at  ferry terminals, auto clubs, hotels, motels and,  tourist bureaus. -  For information phone:  ��^a*,l.��nfl<"al��s��f.��-..-.886-2242��  JIM ENGLISH nnd COLIN McKINNON  Phono 085.2100  HOV8E GAMES  , du,.' house games aro still go'ng strong  with���-you guessed it-r House 3 still out  in the load, The other teams aro bunched  up closely for the rest of" the places.  Softball Is still belli.} played as Iho house  activity,'   ,  MAY DAY,  i * I  '  'Madoirn Park ls having 3 May Days  this yonr. There will bo ft fish, derby,  .poap.box. dorby..n,nd.,,M��y,Queon ..crowiH.  Ing on throo separate days, It, should bo  n lot, of fun, Tho Judges aro coming to our  r#Bolwoi��oh��W^a  of the poster contpst.  BITS AND PIECES  The teachers played the studefits in*  a game of softball. on Thursday/ After  a wild three Innings the sooro was 9 to  0 for tho toaehen., Another gamo will bo  played next wool; whon tho kids will  get tholr rovongo, The 'student teachers  who orp ...visiting, our 'school' this week,  helped play for tho teachers,  .0QAST  ^Earl8,Co^ye^r-S!3ltery.Bay,  Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  BRITISH COLUMBIA  ERRIES  SCHOOL TRIP  A lucky firoup of kids from our Rohool  In Grado�� 3 nnd some^from -I* nro going *  * n**Kliii('������'W*ii  Ask for this booklet from our representative,  MR. T. K. TOPHAM  .   .      ��'  who will Me at  WSB^mmt^rmmyi  ;��mw..��#.:.^:::77^4^  7��urc7oRR"a,?cin?ffi=  |lSkii^'ies77i  TIP'  $UNNYCRE.?f MiQTIEl., GIBSONS  , 9-ll|30q.m. Wod[���,$��<%. Mqy 17  BELLA UEACH, SECHELT  ���formerly Yl��'�� Motel)  .^lr3tQQ.:p,m,��Wodno��day_.M��yJ7���.  ;w���:4tyou.roqulro.fl4o��-m4opr_^o^tartr*  ; ' modomlzo'oroxpandyourbMsinos!?,.  wp Invito you to cllsouss your noodo  .w!ULour.ropro8ontatlvo^  Uneiarth  of Pompeii  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  'VMM*M*M|W'***mt*MMMi*MMW^  NYGREN SALES  (J971) LTD,  -Y&r^PCcRWNT"  DEALER in GIBSONS  j^wH^^H 2fl^p^*wR *���"  On Hio Wharf - 80 6-9303  A common complaint qt this tlmo of tho year concerns roof )c^9 ^---.^----m^--^------!  around, darmor Windows, Frequently, this results from tlie thawlno of ice  "whJcli'fia��,Uobn"'i>u.lH'Vp 'dufin'o"itiio'wijjitor Mn^or^ilio'fIqshrngii,''"  You can aqyo yowrsplf q possible* roplastorlng or rpdecoratlno |ob by  other flbroa Is nomfrooslno. ond may'be brushed on even In winter. It Will  aclhoro to q wot'surfqeorbuf you should clean any snow/ Ice or dirt off  tho aroa first1.       ,...., .v...2���.  , , .���. ...  ���"h*4m  DEVELOPMENT BAM  ��� TERM fINANCINQ FO-H CANADIAN DUSINCSSESl  ,    '       005 PummMlr'Streot,  YoncoMyor, B,C,  ���WWWmjMVMMNmW**  w��,..m����iM.,"i..��w��,"wfc��>��w<w��<  ���pommm  mpmtpHmp**  ARCHAEOLOGIBTB havo clln*  oovorod a woll-pvonorvocl  Rowm' houno. uml i\ 1-ta.toWny  to tho 'undent oily of Pom-  poll,, near hero, Naples Museum aulhorltlos say.  u_Tho.JlounQjn��m��,f|no^QXftm;-.  ���plo of ".''oro_.wl��n mi-UlloaUm*  ^^-UJUidT.CftatiiU3fi,flo,vftrnl., puMJjw r^RlrY^YARD"  ��� "������TTn- very Rood condition,'but ll ",""**,"���"     " ��w��* .  ban not, yot, boon ontabllHluid  tixnctly ���whon-'tlio .hoiuio, which  bclonRett-to���Jtiltan���PoltWuiv  wbh ji u 11U .^^^.^.^-.h-.  ��� Tho dato of .Bunio,  whlf'h  wnn nlsp (Uncovered, ..uarclcd  tho  eastern.. onU'unco  to, Hio  "���cltjr-ejnRulfctl���Ijrrnrfvnwnnlo"  orupUon   from  Mount  Vi'su-  'vlun'In A,D. 70.  .  .Miy-h of tho olty���which.won  almost perfectly prefservod un*  cler, ll��o volcanic anh and Invn,  uww*b)wqwi|  WWMM��n��IM��%AAJWUl����nAA^AAAnA#MV  WE'RE  SKHELT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  i )       ,    i ,  PRBWiAWENT PATCH  This I'd not jupt o temporary patching Job, Oncp qppllpd,  Instant  5���J,q|ph.,d[|p��.jo...qJono:^  ' ..filled.then covered Immpdlately.wlth,Q..l/8'.'jop.coat', _,..��� ,,.,..,^..,1.,,.  , , .Chock flashlno* around chlmimyft. and stacks and apply this brush*,  nblo roof repair to potential trouble spots,' It can also ba used |o seal ho|os  nnd scams In 6wtt��rs ond will prolong |h?lr life It brushed on lho Inslda  of lho gutters before the next house painting Job,  SEALS DRIVEWAY CRACKS  If you are gal lino water, seepage around tho house foundation duo  to tho satlling of portions of a sidewalk or drlyoway, you can uso Instant  ~Patc|vto-��oaMho��e-orock��,-Pata"��.crac^  For'wlclor nnd.^loepor crocks,.' (IJI.n^_J_L___M^��Jltffltd^^  Ukm  G,>V,G. Work Clothes  , ,    W^rk <3Ioyoi  SECHELT, D.C.  P^fim��*4*49l>4^m4m44f^4449n^n9Y9944449pf9\  c*ttuv**niuumrtn**m4%m*mmm4*49t��*Hi  ponlant.  ' TO SERVE  JTHE-SUNSHINIL  COAST  ,   ,, i   -. -��������������� "��������<'  605-2283  VMSrviwinrinrwmiMtimwirtfvti'ltiiiw***'  mmt>mwmmm49mmtm49n^mmmtimfmm��mmmmmmm9M9mmm9tm4904mmmmmmmm��  ��� PUU^HINa���HCATINO-  CHIMNEY^CUEANING���-ROOFING^  .   ,   Solos b\ Sorvlco  Pox 798, SecM-V I.C. ��� Cowrlo St - 8BS-2021  Fwwwywwtfify'ifW'iW'wwwwwwwM'w  ^tw^wwwwwwwwwwwMmwowrww.  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  YoLir  Gllddon Paints  Dealer..  I (J^W^Wl^fWoBJIWrtiWJB  'to lorvo  Siiinhlno*Coi����l*���  Highway  GIDSONS  SECHELT  005-2200  A\M���*\MMy^hM\\'^Y^  a<MPM*Pin  w0m  tmwmmwpiwwtwu-j'liijwuftj i��imiMt_  W*KlMtimk*-_ wbmiv&t.  . ]/  Close   Finish  Hot shot cyclists at Sechelt Elemental y School, display their style  before loudly cheering students in  an exciting afternoon of r.acing which  helps celebrate the arrival of spring.  Winner of the grade six boys race  is   David   Farewell,   followed   by   a Concentration        ���       *  g    field of eager competitors.. Away ahead of her elosest competi-    senior citizens residence and ended   7 "��� tor,   grade  5  student  Patty  Bilous    through the flag-bedecked goal posts,  . Dutch elm disease was found in NovaTj zig-zags around the tires effortlessly    sending loud cheers echoing through  Scotia for the first time in 1969. ' in  race which commenced    at the    Sechelt on Friday.  At secret cove  view, de-luxe  accommodation  gourmet meals  1   Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available  R.R.   1  <    -  HALFMOON  BAY,  B.C.  Phone 885-9998  i  y  Champion  Coming in over the finish line of list this year is Gordie Waters who  Sechelt Elementary School's Friday streaked around the difficult course  afternoon cycle race, Champion eye-    in a record time of 1 min, 40 sees.  9T���!, ,!���..,!.... 'ivr-.M'ti !���(..;....V,...;���.t;':,.4^_0r:'ji  . ".I'M��WV*V��r<*l i w ��-|V''-"'w  ���w i��ni**,\-��'i��ir,i  *. * ^TP-H^^t <&ffm^rvtrr  ffeBUlK^ (lalufti^lf wkwit&t. l{(*~((*.iFM��*-sl*jim�� ���B'i.tplSiri)  W4>..i.k,i-ivAfr_ i ^*J��Mia��*n hm^^m. ��� **&��*. _. n tm-ifkftHiw* *��**������  .��i-f*^*^v^-V"��r'^i^^^'^ J  ���*  mmm  hat's why we've designe  *(����<���*<����� *-n���m*��w��i5y .  Pony Express  Croatian lolis,,ol' spouulntUM amongst    rldo Is lur moro rolnxln^. 'VW:/, matlo  , thuHlittlonts,, Joy,Hanson    on, her,, lho��,trluky,. uuu ("soiii, u, llmu of 2 min.  .._.���.-.j)onyJi,lv7.,.Betfci-.out.to.,.i)i,ovo���lhut-~tho���45~soes,AvlUlo.4tho,l'uBtosLoydo..4mu..  pony muy, not hu ii's" fast a moans    wan 1, min, ���!() sees,  of transportation as a bieyclo. -but ihe  '/  ,��"   V... MM.IV �����' ��� .  �� ,|.'l , ".NilM,* "I  Ail '  MOTHER'SDAY  Mny  14  , PAMPER MOTHER WITH  rr^fiMD;m^^t)ms^fms2  SANDALS?  uom  WIGARD'S-SHOE-STORE  w-0purrMnrrrtQy^nTCiT3iT'saiirra^  Frklqya '\\\ 9:00 "p.m,  Cowrie Stroct. Sechelt   '  ...  .   ' 885-9345  7   .-..^���;,..,.,i,.ii'iiii<ii. !���"  ,  -    .   I   I     ,   HI,.,   7        Ml  Wo hnppon lo bollovo thorp's aomolhlna epoolnl about ttio qunlll/ of foods Qrown rlgnt'liora tn British   Columbl*?. From flnrdon-froali vogotabloo and orohord-rlponotl fruit to 0,0, ohloKon, turhoy, boof ancl  ,���,.- pofK.-q-o bacK up thai ballot * and to help you recoonlza P;C,*food'product9*��ivoVo::intrdd(rolno"��'*noW  ''hoiTio-._pwn''B,o, aym^^^ nndonrtona, 7  .,, <\nd vvhorovor It nppanro, you onn bo suro you're gailing a aonuino B,0, product, You'll njeo qoq tha  ���symbol In �� provlnM-Vvlda advortlBlna pnmpftlap for B.Q.-flrown produplQ, Tho purpooo of tlila onmpnlan  In to m��Ko onoh of UQimoro nwnro of IjioopoolQlqufllllloa--. nnd mnny uDQarolliomQ-orownB.O.foodo.   .  TI10 forworn, orohardlota, onttlon.on - nnd nl' tho otliorlndopondont Imalpooomorf who procluco thoap  \  looda- i'unho n mn'or contribution lo our provincial ocionorny, Whon you buy tholr ptpcluqta you'll not  ���only onjoy Ilia flnoiil c|unllly,,'. you'll c'ltio halp lo intiKo oiir acbnoiiiy nt|        ypl.  "'���'iqoK��n  1 1' ���        1 ��� "i  1*  ���is Wi^^V*^*1*w"**��,J��^Mt*MV"  niTf\uK3rirfnii_ilT��i,_\  im��miimmmmmtm  U  .ati*jMi��w����^^  GOVERNME^  Department brindustH  Trade, 8. Commerce  Hon,Waldo.MV,Shillings; Minister.         ;;  BRITISH" COLUMBIA  i^miiiifmfwmmmiimmtmim^mm  ����iwo��tffl*'*i*��ti����m*im��*i#ti^Mwi(tw*i'��HW)i'��N>��ffl*(tMfiMf*��fB.Mt*"t|t��it*��l  Department of Agriculture  Hon, Cyril M, Shelfbrd, Minister  i  *  i - t  mmmmf.  mp&tmwmmwm  ^��M��Wf��  A  ,  ,.   .,��,,.. v.  t   7    '"  7 . '  )   ����-���������(.      w     i   .  (2  ������   ...f      -    ,4 J      .  Ml    1,1    I    l,t    I    I'  ' '    *     ' ����������� 7 ���$?!..���    7 ''f&Tl^T*  The PeninsulaTithes Pd<jje B*7  Wednesday, May 10, 1^1     7  WE BUY BEER  BOTTLES^ ...  NYGREN SALES  _      GIBSONS I   ��� 4  , ��� ���   _ .   ' -���  For  Quick  Results   Use  Times   Adbriefs  HELP WANTED  2 SHORT ORDER COOKS  WOMEN PREFERRED  m    WAITRESSES  4 WILLING TO LEARN  SUMMER  EMPLOYMENT  CALL IN PERSON' . . .  PENINSULA DRIVE-IN  SECHELT  Tricky Corner  Whizzing down-hill and through the which had the most competitors "in  carefully padded gateway there's no Sechelt's Annual' Cycle  Race., Sen?  'time to lose for Aaron Pelletier, fol- ior  student  Frank    Leitner  stands  lowed closely hy Gary Benner and guard to ensure safety."   ;    7 -77 7'  Ivan Joe in the grade 5 boys' race 7  y  Complete Control  Anything the teachers can do���the ory Joe proves his mastery by fol-  students can do better, at least when lowing the whit? line arpund goal-  it comes to controlling bicycles. But post corner to wiri in^ tlxe'gil^es72-3  even the teachers were doing pretty race. It was impossible- -tb .get' all  well last Friday with student-teacher the winners during the exciting af-  Shirley Kciuk on right taking the ternoon but eachVwohtoc tihennseives;  lead on sandy-dorner. On left Greg- a "champagne" (Pop B.feftd). prize.  ericer  WWtoi^ftfWMWitrtramfiW*^^  Spring flowers  April wedding ceremony  TALL standards of Spring fiowers de- The garter was - caught by Doug, the  cofated Gibsons. United Church for .brother of the groom.  - the-Abril wedding- ceremony-which-unit- -M For-travellihg-ther bride changed -into  ed in marriage Jacalyn Ann Spencer and a navy colored dress and coat trimmed  James Alfred t>oyle. The bride is the jn p_nk with navy purse and shoes and  eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron . p_nk gloves. She wore a corsage of pink  Spencer of Davis Bay  and the < groom is    roses.  .the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilson-,     Mr  and,Mrs# James Doyle have taken  of West Sechelt. wp Yesidence on Browning Road,. Wilson  7Revt~Jim " Williamso'n officiate'd. "at the"  -Greek-  Out-of-town guests included Capt. T.  Spencer, Ottawa; Mrs. A. Spencer, North  Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. A. Raynor and  Ken, Oliver; Mr. Fred Mutter; Mr. and  Mrs. E. Thompson, Vancouver; Mr. and  Mrs. K. Parr Pearson and April, Richmond.  8 year old describes  impression of grandma  rii''--^Wf;--**fr1r_fc^^ q^irTan.-,'!,   ,.m _.__immt9IUHimmwMm*,  Up-Hill  ceremony which-took place at 2 p.m. on  Saturday,   April   15.   Organist   was.   Mrs.  Mae  Freer. ,/  Lily-of-the-valley   sprays   with   white  satin   bows   marked   the   pews   and   the  bride   looked   very   lovely   in   her   floor  length gown of white brocade with Empire Waist line. Her shoulder length veil  was attached to a white rose and sprays  of lily-of'thfe-vall'ey and she ware ja  double pearl pendent, the gift of the  groom. Her lovely bouquet featured red  roses and.>|stephanotis. 1  :ifo;,$fjH*fi^iM^ ...         "'Htejr. |"��tK|i"!. J^ri. Spencer; .Her" atteriaants' T^LIGHTPUL; ascription of a Grand-  were KaJ^n Spencer, Maid of Honor, arid mother, written by an 8 year old girl  Rhonda Doyle, Flower Girl. Both were ii> Langley, B.C., whose name we do  gowned in floor length dresses of silk not know, was related to the. many peo-  with Empire waistlines and overlay of pie who enjoyed the Senior Citizens' Tea  floral lace with wrist length sleeves. Kar- held in Sechelt on Saturday,  en's dress was yellow and she carried a Mrs. Ben Lang who opened the Tea  ppsy.''qf_ pink and ^ read the following article; .  roses, Rhonda worie blue and carried, a " A grandmother is a lady who has no  pretty basket of pink and white marguer- children of her own, so likes other peo-  ites and roses, p_,e\s little girls. A Grandfather is a man  Attending the groom as best man was Grandmother. He goes for walks with  Mr, DOuglas 'Doyle and Mr.. Colin Spen- - the boys and they talk about fishing and  cer was usher.                                            -V tractors and things "like that.  Hall for the' reception where the' tables    except be' then". They' are old, so they  were  centred   with   bouquets  of   Spring    shouldn't play hard or run. It's enough if  ..^wers, M^ .t.hft,,^W?.:,U?Ii��.4.-.?9ke. was they, drive, us to .the, supermarket.where.  decorated in pastel shades of yellow ancl    the pretend horse is,  and have lots  of  blue,  '  SUNSHSNE C0A5I CREDIT UNION  P.���vBbx375 Whorl Street- .7.7 V Phone  Sechelt BcG. 'Seehelt, B.C. 88$#5il  -   SERVING RESIDENTS Of THE SUNSHINE G0"AST 7  .   -*.; 7 DEPOSIT.-~- GHEQUINGACG^NTV-   / .     "'v  PAY ALL, Yd^  Paid cheques returned to ^  Low Service Charges. '7  SAVINGS  ,_���;,!_ _���._J,nt(irest���at 5% per annuni,^^^^^  paid on Minimum quarterly balance of $100 or more.  Calculated2 and paid "quarterly.  DEPOSITS OR CASH WITHDRAWALS  Any time���No service Charge.  STATEMENT MONTHLY  Drop in and talk it oyer.  CONVENIENT HOURS  10 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. TUESDAY TO SATURDAY  *    dimies ready. Or if they take us for a  M^lng,. the, gr^de -withpedal-power  .tors witli aching. muscles and: sp^cp,  tp7Xhl^ia��r^ ;S?e-'ftt^S!t^  ~to7&p��ire.*^  gmde Six girls with Cindy Walker    cycle race was introduced, by.prih^?    t0 U^Q ^desmoids  and  read the  tele-   fat, but not too fat to tie kids shoes. They  ...to-toWm***^'^^pal...Mr.. W. L.. KoW^a^t;year ^    "SSbw,^, .^^^^ -^^^'-J,'*"^  noon, cycle race, which loft competi-    helps break the mid-term monotony,    coqt   and   navy   and   white   accessories        It's better If thoy don't typewrite or,  with pink carnation corsage, "was tho play cards except, with us, They don't  ensemble chosen by tho mother of tho havo to bo smart only answer questions  bride, Hko, why dogR hate* cats ancl how come  ,   The mother of the groom tyore a blue   God isn't .married. '  .and navy metallic suit ^Itti abccssordcs     They don't talk baby talk* like visitors  to match and  white carnation  corsage,    do   because  It  Ir   hard   to   understand.  Tho  bridal  bouquet  was  caught  lay   When thoy rend to us thoy don't skip  -,. Karen-the-, sister of -the bride,- but*; before   or mind If It Is the same story; again,  1 throwing':"it.'"'llio'bride'<ribmo^e(a:,'iwT'rod  ,     Everybody  should  try to liavo  ono,  .roses, ono wos vpresonted 'to hor paternal  (especially  If tlrey  don't  have T,V.   be-  grandmother and tho other was sent to  'cruise Grandmas aro tho only grownups  'hor,',,:;m.ftlQr,naV.^.srnndmoth*pr,���\ln...;.*,,lilnglland,.. who have got, tlmp,.-., ,7 ���,        .  .W*T.,H|Tf-j'i<^��>4  -��4��M^t!M��**M����^  Jusl In Time For Mother's Day  Imported English Toffee in exclusively  designed tooled tins.  ���CAN OPENER ��� General Electric. Magnetic  "Hold^Built-in-^torage^^  Cord���*KnIfe Sha rpener". ..' '^LZ'Si'lTJC9%9>i  ..'.ELECTRIC, H^  ' Domirilo7iC���^I..l3^.ior'"Only &5S3?9  SHORTIE GOWNS-r:       ,     '^'l^  Cotton ��� or'. 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Thli CoMpon Yolld Monday��T��oidoy In jlyVoy 1��/2  ,��,,.m,_,ml,*.,��f,m.*X,.4tm*>m.''��v>i>>94*mr*'<mim*^^ '  CARDS, IMPORTED GIFTS, FOR ALL OCCASIONS  0��t SOMETHING fOR MOTHCf? ,:V     . (  ^#^  inrr*,,zr  >*i|l��* l-KW��it,w*pSt|if ��  ���f>mv99��***mmw.m>i>4.  /___TSPn^=m  iL^ampbetid   l/anety oCfa.  TRAIL BAY C^fRE, SECHELT     PHONE 888-2336  mHrvt.4i>itttm'  'MflWftfKKKtMMV  iH'D>HIW<*li��tA��tM��Wt*|i|l*it<#����<��  ��� >, ^ j4*>.       t* ftiUt,    ,Jjt ,  t.>   .    ,i i '��� >���!',  ���*.   * i  '"tV  *immwwmm*)m  Hi^#IMffiiW��l^^  wsia-feK^w^im^  ��W��$^W<����l)!^��l^  w^wi����wmww^  m*f.  "7'/  I,  ���r**��;  .,"��� if ...l.ili.il����i,��i<*��P��."��i.i'% ��"��� '.��. *t .f, f, i  rt, ��j��*. ^  T) T-.   ..  '.. V ,-1'V"j.- ������.--��������� ���H-.----H  -. , 1*.--���*������'.-  (7  \  "page B-8  The Peninsula Time9  Wednesday-May  107-T972  Sea-trials . . .   '������ N \  Telephone Company aids  clam-digging operation  FLOATER JMKETS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  p��M*aa*^akfl?mra^  *>-���������-��� -r^iMi.'i.r: ���* ���  MASSET, British Columbia���On an  isolated beach 18 miles north-east of  Masset on the Queen Charlotte Islands,  an odd looking beach 'monster' is busily  di_.'4ing two vtons, of ' clams a day. The  'monster' is really a clamdigger undergoing sea trials to find out if the area  will,  be   productive.  .-���" -;A-n-Hdiotel-epho-n^~war recenTly" Tfislal"  led in the behy of the -machine for the  purpose of reporting findings to officials  18 miles away. The unusual, installation,  performed by the British Columbia Telephone Company, vwas v prompted by a request from the digger's owners to have  direct communications with , the unit's  three-man crew. The owners are normally  located in an office in Masset.  The unique installation was actually  the second performed by telephone company employees on this project. The first  ended in, disaster when the 46 ton machine broke down while operating in  <*i.?ht feet of water. The drive shaft,  dii.en by two of four dieseT engines  aboard," collapsed, and the contraption became  useless.  The radiotelephone was used, to^place  a call for help and a large earth-moving  Sechelt Lanes  machine was sent to retrieve the unit  but the initial rescue attempt, was unsuccessful. The tide moved in covering  the digger completely. Inside was B.C.  Tei's radiotelephone. With the help of  two earth-moving machines, the digger  was  finally   pulled   to  shore.   The   equip-,  .  ment  was' repaired,  and  the  machine  is  " -digging c.ams. again.  The clamdigger, built by B.C. Packers in Vancouver, is the first of its kind.  It- stands 25. feet above the ground and  moves in the sand at a snail's pace.r  Sales - Service & Accessories   ,  Axes and  Handles.  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