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 <a   *  .  \  1  \  \\  Sewer discussed  oaird,  ,      - ,,        ,-*:.,  ft 4  _: -  Registrat*ion"No. 1142  2nd Class .Mali  H  <  4 '-v.*"*. i,  7'-\.,  MAJOR break-through in communications.  between Indians and non-Indians was  brought about last month with a rrjeeting  between Council of Sechelt and fh~e~ln-  dian Band .Council. Last week the welcome situation was taken Na step further  with a' combined meeting comprising representatives of the Indian Band, Council  of Sechelt, Regional Board, Indian Affairs  Department, and engineers.   \  Varkrny~areas of mutual coneern���were  vdiscussed but most important was that  of a sewer system and treatment plant.  It was generally agreed that no one  body could, at this time, hope to finance  such a project. As a combined operation involving the krea from West Sechelt  to Wilson Creek it was felt an element  of  feasibility "exists.  The area fnvolved is understood to  be that of -greatest rate of \ growth and  with* a view to anticipated future development a sewer system is fast, becoming  imperative.  Following considerable discussion was  suggested each group report back to coun:  cils and Board as a whole with a view to  employing the services of engineers Dayton & Knight to carry out of feasibility  study. A meeting will then be called at  a later date at which a final decision will  be made as to whether to proceed with  the feasibility study.  Councillor Gilbert Joe said later "The  meeting was a great success and everyone contributed to the discussion in a  forthright manner. Things are really moving both with the Indian Band and non-  Indian communities and this was a very  welcome exercise in communication".  In thanking Mayor Ben Lang and his  council for being present, Band administrator Clarence Joe expressed regrets at  being unable to attend the first meeting  with the two groups. He added that such  a meeting between the two councils ,has  been long overdue. "Much .local busi-  . ness could be dealt with by both parties  to. the betterment of the area as a whole.  the ofifcial communications Society for  - the Indians of British Columbia. Many  ��� bands have joined this Society and radios  are  bow  found in   the   lower   mainland,  along the West Coast, up the Nass Valley  and on Vancouver Island:  VISITORS  Saturday, June 10th, was a busy day  for the Sechelt Band Council. The Council were visited by Sergeant Ray Nelson  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons,- Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, -pari Cove, Egmont  Label  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  This Issue 16 Pages���x\5c  Volume 9, No.30 ��� WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1972  of the RCMP, Mr. Frank Hayes and Mr.  A. Hamil from the Dept. of Fisheries in  Ottawa.   .  Sergeant Nelson is now the Liason  Officer for the RCMP in British Columbia. Ilis new appointment was set up to  provide better communications between-  RCMP officers and Indian Bands in British Columbia. Sergeant Nelson is well-  known in the Sechelt area* as he served  with this detachment in the early 1960's.  In 1963 the Government of Canada  instituted the Indian Fisherman7�� Assistance Programme. Under this programme the government provided funds for  Indians in Canada to purchase fishing  vessels and equipment. Mr. b Hayes . and  Mr. Hammel visited this area on Saturday to get the views of the local native  people as to how this programme has  worked out in this area.  IjurmrCo^^  official opening Sun.  OFFICERS of the Sunshine Coast Senior  Citizen's Housing Society for the year  of~  1972 .- Vs. were elected at a"  the board held last week .at the Norm  Burley home. Elected President was  Canon' Alan Greene, 1st Vice-President,  Froc.e Jorgensen, 2nd Vice-President  Harold E. Nelson, Secretary, Mary Tinkley, Treasurer, \Ben Firth.  Appointed tb the7 Admissions Committee were Mrs! M. Walker (885-9347) and  Mrs. Sam Dawe (885-9537) and any senior .citizens interested in accommodation  in Green Court should telephone either  of these ladies for information, or write  to Mrs. Walker at RR 1, Halfmoon Bay.  Final plans were made for the official  opening ceremony on Sunday, June 25  when the Hon. Isabel Dawson will declare the homes open at 2 p.m. A* member of the Sechelt detachment of the  RCMP will be present in scarlet dress,  so be sure  to bring your cameras.  Annual event  Sea Cavalcade wrapped up  with entertainment for all  THIS year's Gibsons Sea Cavalcade,  scheduled for the July 1st weekend  is just about all set with a multitude of  exciting events for all age groups. The  hard working committee is presently finalizing last minute details and indications  are that it should prove one of the most  In....other.,areas where there are two vil-     outstanding shows to.-date.  *   lages   side  by   side   they  work   together  toward  general  progress,"  he  said.  Mr. Joe .concluded by suggesting such  meetings will bring the two groups much  closer together in communication and the  Band looks forward to more of them.  PROGRESS  The Sechelt Indian Band is now licenced to operate the 100 Watt single sideband, four channel radio. The Band has  become a member of the RAVEN Society. The le'tters stand for Radio And  Visual Educational  Network.  RAVEN  is  l^jwew  >S  i  *. **  E.  VJS*    i     t *  fc* t _  rV*0UVUVUVMJWVUUV0WVt*JUVUidui4lM  -'���.*%*H  SOCIAL WELFARE  Representatives of the Department of  National Health and Welfare (Canada  Pension Plan) will be in Sechelt June  26th and 27th at the Social Welfare Of-,  fice. June 26th 1 ,p,m. to .,4:30 p.m. and  June 27th 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon.  ROAD  CONTINUES  Premier W. A. C. Bennett last week,  when in Sechelt, assured the* Times 'that  contrary to rumors, highway construction between Sechelt and Pender Harbour will' continue: to completions ^  also Finance Minister and will make sure  funds are available for the project".  hb'added7 "' ' '���'""���'"������"' '������ "' ' *���"���-'   MEDICAL CLINIC  We, learn that interested local rcsid-  ont*H oi' Ponder Harbour lust week' hosted  Biggest attraction will probably again  be the tug boat races. An innovation introduced in 1.969 at which time less than  a dozen vessels participated. Last year  seventeen took part and this year's event  is expected to attract tugs from all over  the B.C.- coastal area,7 providing labour  disputes  do  not  intervene.  There will be four classes and boats  will be classified according to size, hull  displacement and horsepower. It is understood the steamship S.S. Master will com*  pete in the "Open Class".  Starting point will be between the  dock and the beacon. Finishing line at  Armour's  Brach.  Kenmac Parts has made a generous  donation to the committee and issues a  challenge to other businesses to do the  same.  ��� For information regarding a housewives novelty foot-race, contact' Mrs.  Marie Connor at 886-7040. Details to-  date indicate basic qualification is that  it is restricted to housewives.  Rules of the race call for walking  twenty-five steps, running twenty-five  and so on. There w;iH' be three prizes  ���awarded: first, sejeond and third, with.  an additional special prize *��or the eldest  contestant. Those interested are asked  to send name, address and $1 registration  fee to Box 540 Gibsons.   Other   events   include:   A   mammoth  parade and a large number of entries have  been received for this very popular dis-  .play.of.floatSjhorsesrrand; individual contributions.  Gibsons Wildlife Club���Children's Fish  ..Derby: Sat., a.m. 9:30-11:30-r-Govt. Wharf.,  Prizes of all types. Largest fish, smallest  fish, ugliest fish, etc.  Free pop i'or all.  Come lo the Art Show at the United  Church,  12:00 noon until 9 p,m. Satur  course, and maintain standards of safe  boating. This is a very important addition to this year's event.  Saturday,. July 1st, during the tug  boat races, there will be an inboard runabout race. Boats must average approximately _40 _m.p.h. Race will be ..five: laps  around the tugboat course. Entry fee will  be $5. Trophy for lsi and 2nd place plus  cash prize for winner. All entries welcome. Inquiries to: J. Rottluff 886-2968.  , * Gibsons TOPs evening group will  have a concession at' Dougal Park, Saturday, July 1st, starting at 12:00 noon.  Hot ' dogs, hamburgers,. coffee and soft  drinks will be available.  Presentation  .-DelightedTwito-..eyery,.pr.esen*ta.tion,.be,,  made and especially so with this one,  Hon. W. A..C. Bennett displays the  plaque being presented to Mrs. Ada  Dawe in recognition for her services  to Sechelt's Library. Mrs. Dawe was  the first white baby.to live in Sechelt,  coming here with her parents  she was three mpnths- old.  Cordiality prevailed '. . .  Friendly atmosphere  s visit a success  Near completion . , . ./.  Chainber of Commerce gains  good support for boat ramp  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce ha.S,ya tew tickets, available to  members and guests for the June "uhnef  meeting at which . Coast Chilcotin MP  Paul St. Pierre will be guest speaker.  Scheduled for Wednesday, June 28th  the meeting will be held in the Peninsula Dining Lounge commencing at 7:30  p.m. At .last executive meeting of the  Chamber it was reported that the event  will fall during "Canada Week", June  26th to July 2nd. At that time, President  Morgan Thompson said, he hoped as many  residents and businesses as possible would  commemorate Canada Week by flying  flags from homes* and stores.  BOAT RAMP  . . . Although,, the,,Sunshine,7Coast,,Lions.  Club declined to make a donation toward  the Chamber's boat ramp project at Porpoise Bay, sufficient7.funds ,, have, .been,,  donated by Council and private individuals that the Chamber anticipates little  problem in acquiring tho balance.  Cost of building up, grading and pav-  graded and paving is to be carried out  any-day^now. It .is a project the Chamber  has "Deen working on for the past two  years but final approval was only obtained  earlier this year.  SPEED LIMITS  Sergeant Bill Saunders of the Sechelt  RCMP Detachment accepted an invitation  to meet with the Chamber members in  order to discuss possible speed limit  changes, It. was generally agreed that little change is possible in the existing  speed zones but some consideration will  be given to obtaining signs posting playground-swim-beach area at Davis Bay.    ��  As to the hot-rodders which have recently gained prominence in the village,      ^ ^  Sgt.** Saunders; said a crack-doy/n .has-a*- ��� *-i b'ee'n^'m'a'de,  ready commenced, a number of offenders  have been given due warning and already  the-impact is noticeable.   , .  Some changes in tho detachment are  scheduled and will include" additional  officers and a full time office clerk, thus  WARM hospitality .and the informal atmosphere which Premier of British  Columbia, Hon. W. A. C. Bennett is  known to prefer; made last Saturday's  visit to Sechelt a happy occasion for the.  Premier and Mrs. Bennett and all those  privileged   to  meet  them.  Arriving here from Gibsons where the  Premier opened the Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett lunched at  the home of Mayor and Mrs. Ben Lang  and at .1:30 p.m. officiated at a ceremony  which commemorated Sechelt's Cfenten^.  . nial project, improvements to the Library.  The Premier and his wife later took  part in another informal ceremony at  the Sechelt Legion Hall, where Elphinstone Secondary School Band played  briefly and" Seclielt School choir entertained while the Premier and visitors  enjoyed a strawberry festival.  Introducing the Premier, Mayor Lang  said that although he is a supporter of  Social Credit, the invitation was extended to Mr. Bennett, as -Premier of the  .Province and had he been of any other  party,   the   invitation   would   havo   still  Mayor   Lang   explained   that   Secholt  Library which had been tho  1907  Cen-    charged   with   faiurc  to  remain   at   t  'iehhIal,''Prbje'ta''h'a''d''b'eoiV1lni'proveU''bbtlV'"''sceno,"of an'-accident,"'was' fined $300 a  inside and out i'or the  107.1  Centennial  Project.  -.j.IoiY;���I,sabel"fc,Dawso  doctor who is considering locating in that  ..district. Discussion,1s understood,to hqyet  centered pn the proposed medical clinic,  SENIOR CITIZENS  Trip lo Honolulu has been scheduled  for October Oth from Vancouver for any  bona fide member in;any pensioner group ,  in' B.C,"Seven inights* will bo.,' 3pent, at'.'.'  the Napuala Hotel noar Waikiki Beaoh,  Contact L, D. MacLanon 006-0820 for  .details, ���-.',.-       ..-,'    .......  .,.,,,..,.,, .-  permitting more policing of the aroa,  t&.Mi'^ti. "nSMiiWrwi.  ^���^w^.*'r*iiiJE.*Bi.ii*��niSS(fj��i.i|j piAi^wtr.-W^"  it"*�� . &,'frl*H.W ���"tte-WKhlli  & Crafts of the Sea,                                     only half this amount on hand but decided .TOURIST, BUREAU  Girls' Hobby Club Cart will feature    to seek donations due to the wide use j     A number of volunteers havo indicated  'articles'1 made by the'1 girls-r-notbird ciages;   Tvhlch will^^  monkeys,, woven plaecmals, vopdoo dolls    arranged any slack would be ti.kon up ^Chamber tourist bureau, Moro arc nood-  wlth a short term  bank 'loan, However, 'ed and any additional ansii-Hancc will bo  Council made a grunt of pW, Rod and greatly appreciated, Tourism chairman is  Gun   Club    donated    $50,   two   private jJohn Thomas of CoaHt Cable Vision who  'Oitlzej^^chguye !jU>Q and two or three fmay, be contacted at 880-2444, Or, call  smaller amounts ..have, thus far been don- Morgan Thomson at ���O.IB-O.MO, 7 , .,.���...   .,.,  atcd.                              '                         " '     It is also pointed out' ihal donations  Work   has commenced on. the project, '.toward  the bout ramp  project will  bo  and Minister Without Portfolio, Hon. Isabel Dawson. .^  Secheli man fined  for two offences  PHILLIP Gross of Sechelt entered a  "guilty" plea when he appeared before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last week  to answer two charges. Driving while im-  ��� paired and failure to take the breathalyzer test. *"D>  Gross was charged earlier when' spotted by a patrol car, he was observed to  be crossing the solid, white line. For  driving while impaired he was fined  $300 and suspended from driving for one  month. For failure to blow he was fined  an  additional $100.  Silvia Julian, also of Sechelt, found  to be driving without auto insurance was  fined $250.  Moses Billie, guilty of disturbing the  peace by carrying out an indecent exhibition in a public place, .was sentenced to  sixty-days, in-jail,  Bijlio Lee McConnell of Selma Park  the  and  suspended  from   driving  for   one   year.  McConnell entered a guilty plea to the  clu\r��e,    Gregory   For.s,   aged   22,   of   JVIudoiru  aulo insurance,  and Gib Hats, The Cart will be at various  locations throughout tho village cavalcade  weekend. Dougal Park; Kinsmen Party,  Wharf, etc' ��� y ��������� ������������<��������������� ������������������ ��� ���������,������.������:���,��������� ,  7 Power Squadron Patrol���-hope to have  flyo boats to patrol water events pn  Saturday,'July 1st. Thoy will endeavour  to- keep ,,smalWcraft*away*^  DEDICATION  ���,������-Honf,**W*r''Ar-��G'/*'BonnQtt,'-8(iid-��ho'-WH8*  vory happy to docllcato tho improvements  and,, alterations to the Library, Ho refer*  red lb his' cabiiiot lour of"Ilia- Provinco  and expressed rugrolfi that thoy woro unable lo visit, the Sunshine Coast during  tho 3,300 mile tour.  Introduced to many people- in the  crowd, the Premier' paid'tribute to members of the -Chamber of Commerce who * HOY DOYLE" and his stepbrother1 Jim  freely give tholr tlmo to servo tho com- Doyle woro involved ln an acoldonj.  munity, Ho also commanded tho pooplo on June 12 whon tho logging truck thoy  whoso inltiiM.lvq:nTKl71iiir^;WprlChncl help- , wore "drlylng turned over' and' rolled','  od build CohlbnhliU'projects I'or the ben- down ��'blink, throwing Roy Doylo into  ol'it of the.pcoplpv ���������������-                      ��� a tree and trapping Jim In the cab of  lio pi-om'HQcl that tho noxl dooado Will i|_q truck, ln Hp'lto of a broken leg, Roy  Logging truck rolls  puis two in  Wook'pntl Fatality  ,wonv  bo the, bout In .tho history, of tho province  and'said "allho'.gh wo live In Iho'prosoiil,  wo must havo our uytrn on  lho  future  but.. rUt, t |,i,o.��� m. ino, .tll!i.''i<.u,W-9... ni M.*? t'....*"1".!!.... H'.^.VHH!'.-.  tlui 'past,'"  Commondod  for  tholr work    In  tho  r^y^is^  Joan Barclay, Mrs, Mario Montgomery',  M��'H,,.Wol ,3pei,n.:oi,v.Mlw. Adqlo da. Uwip,  nnd   Miss   Ann   Rush,  Also'  Conloiinlnl  chalrmanMri'Norm Hurley and treasurer  Miv-^rucOiitodinan,,,     ,',']      ,  TrllniU)  wuii  also   paid'' Mrs,   Cocllo  Auunhli  Mrs,  ilouulo Wrlchwrn  und Mr.  David  Paul who wore all  horn  In  lho  year  1110*1' Vinci >woro  childhood  frlondH        '    '    .   _.'  *of"MffirAtrrDawor t ho ��� first''white' child A fLRriAl f  In arrlvorln*(dpuholl���  MWiUIIClJ  ,' Coi'suiioH wore proHohlod U) the Pro-  mlur aiui Mrs, ,*W. Ai O, ttonnotl, by* flu-.  chelt ln'd,ii_n PpIuuohh L..iIm PiuiII, Socholt  Muy  ^iKK'ii'OlocI ���'-Mtolitfyv-'ftpoim.  mud  ' (."ornlili .10 "Joe / wjio , whuliidimi: i"rii.-....,.M  wlin him 'hiiDii l'!iirron|).'iiulii'nl wllh' Mrn.  IJiMiiuilt over jiIikiu thoy unit,  iiiNcuniw  A_ tho al'loniooit' proKrcssod, Mr, and  Miu ricnuiolt'H warm piii'snnullllOM lini'imur  nipro ovliUml,  with, Iho  Promlor often  Mtoppln.. In lo fill llu-M.upN inovltahlo In  *^ll-fitnctlonftrvvlth^lmpromptti'~co-mrncnlh"-  -��t\iHi"Jlltlo-un��cUolurt,-Whun^|)o...und4..M|'H,..4,  lionnoll loll, nmny 1'alt thut' Ihoy hud'  J'mil rocoivod i\ visit I'rom Iuiih tlmo I'nm-  ,. Hy frlondn. Porhnpti the explanation lien  In the Premier's'romurlm, "Wherever Von  arc, ulwayii bo v%rsoll', don't try,.to* ho  managed to clamber,clown, from tho tr6o  and crawl throo-quarters of h inllo' to  got holp, ���  , Both��� mon, aru*. now In- SU Mary's 'Hospital, Jim sustained a broken pelvis t\f.\d  collar bono, Tho truck wuh totldly do-  *mollHhodr*������*����  Tho   Doylu  * ��  toKHlhg   Company 'road  had recently boon extended to1 the' west'"" '   sldo .of Socholt, lnlot, and,.whon,, tho accident occurod, lho Iniuk wuh on lln way  In chunp Iho first loud In lho Inlet,  Mfti^^,m*^>iff(^m^i^*w^  point  the way  Police nru hI111 li'woHllMatliiM thin no-   naod 5ft of Vanooilvor, llor pnHHon^or   a Hlntfoii. yva^on,  CJuorgcv*. Clruj'ory  .forlntf'mlnor IiiJui'Ioh. Tho two.v  chlont which occurprt'lOHt Sunday .if- ,Mlss���ISorn.Wcllcivin^vl Bi) Ih in hoa-   Stoolo ol fjurroy ,nml..hla..nnHnonKtM" -on \voro o|i )\\.W way from a mun-   unythinn 'n'lso nfld you''will uiwuyn ho  kunoou on the, highway \m\v Hob-  .|>JhU wtfonntf facial; cuin and ol|im\ ({ro'gory. .OinlchliiHkl of New Won.", moi* coUautMil, UoburlH Cronirio llKV"^(,��u��ii'inl)lo"'  iu7  .liM'U-Crcek.^ciulJs.lhc'tlrivor,.ota Jlujurion^Dvlvor,uCUio uUior vohliilu,' ui'IuhLui', both Lwonty.'uro alao unf- .' Cluido'CJmni) noarby,  compact oar, MIbh .Juun A. Mllno,' ' .'���..... '       .    , !   . ,'��� '        ''���',. \'  In Today's Classified:-!  l', IV��0 r fWWtf��(UinnnlMUWUWNWMM����H��IWHWWMf|  UNUMUW*.Oli l/iuwrllei' $iH),���Kany sphl  dryor-wuMlK;r, l|rt0  WyMrq, ijtlO,   '  J**4tf*t0T0tnryn4*ni9rm0m4riimiir9niiimrmnnmimw��MW*44>4m0W*���  ^*.��Tfow*XlQn\tle<l*��rta<;h*Qvor~2,5QQ.l)\Qmii*  00,000 roadoro).  ��� Tlmos CloosHlods oo INTO tho home* . ,  not on lawns, slroou or In culyorUi   ��� Tlmoii Classlflodsaralbwcosi*, hloh-potoncy  salos'tonlci, , ,'        ' ,   ."  rhono Unas opon Sunday; classified  *%^i!��J��Wwwifii*ttt  .'   Auuuitipu'ityIii'h ;Mr, uml Mrii7lknnoll," 085-9654 Socholt, 806-2121 Glbsom.  t ***>!����*��� Wtm*^  nr  ��e*f#)r*x&Ht!#r&t*W!n  cr4Wt*wVMjH<WtH((^n  9JW94&m&i&M4toAiH&ttiti49a4imfii94>n4tmii*^  -It"  ��fKp*fl��to*��tMI*(D*MHI  HHQMlWMNW  nMf��*t*t��  ���wyw)t*wwwww��  i4i*im&ti��j***fti#>t��ii9H0S*9pVil 1  J-  The Peninsula^^w*  t..  ��VAMM��tflMM��MU��ttWHHH��*  any other lax-paying commercial premises bv payinr, the rent or other .'overheads.  'I herelore,  il   would  seem,  the  time  is   loot*   ove.due   l...r   ...>n*iid--r.ible   e��-  vamping ul  village  t-vta-AS.  Some communities   have   already   done   this   and  -deftHfflti���fv^-veii   raai-K on  new   r.ubdis i-  siOI'ls.  "if may be wrong, but I shall run be su wrmiy, as urjntLto su.- wliitt I beline to br right."  1 *       "" .-��� ��� ���John Atkins  Stewart B. K__G_KO,_Publisher 7.77 7 Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  Time To   Update 'Bylaws  AROIT two  years  aeo council  of  Sechelt   uave   its   official   approval   to  roads ul' a small sub-division within the  vill.ii-e    I he   roads,, such   a*,  thev   were,  did apparently conform lo standards re-  qiiireJ   Lindfci     easting     bylawl   Very  ininiriiiiii!   standards   they   were .indeed1   A*,  roads  on * private -pr-rrperry thev--  \veTt*-.pooi  hui evidently considered ade-  ipuiie. I Intoiiunaiely, once accepted and  approved   by   council   they   become   for  ever-more the responsibility of the village,  ln other words the taxpayer.  What happens next is the simple fact  that the lots are sold, new owners build  homes then    suddenly    discover    what  shoddy roads they have, They then make  formal   application  to council   for  road  improvements, as is their right' Council  is obliged to maintain decent roads within village boundaries and as funds become available, improvements and eventual paving is carried out.  The situation is that  any individual  or  group establishing a subdivision,  be  ii large of small, is doing so strictly for  the  purpose of making profit,  which  is  fine  for this 'is the way the wheels of  our society revolve. However, not when  suc-h a venture has to he subsidized by  the taxpayer...  It might  be argued that the village  benefits from such development by way  of additional taxes. This, of course, is  true but the village gathers taxes from  any   hew  business  premises.* or  private  homes   constructed   in   the   community.  However���it is not expected to subsidize  The existing situation is both luclic  rous and lamentable. Particularly in the  case of large vested interests which have  done nothing for the community but  take a considerable amount out. That  village taxpayers should be expected to  subsidize them is.'little* short of monstrous.  It appears that it is also possible to  put. in a subdivision within the village  without first installing water lines, ln  other words, subdivide with cheap poor  Class roads, sell the lots and let the  buyer assume responsibility and cost of  installing water!  The Regional Board has regulations  in this latter respect which demand water  supply to each lot before subdivision approval is granted. It is understood that  paving will also soon* be a requirement.  That such regulations do not exist in.  the village is bordering on the archaic.  Perhaps appropriate steps will be taken  soon for Mayor Ben Lang has already  made clear his intention of bringing about  change where required. We can but wish  him well and trust an onslaught on inadequate or non-existent bylaws is not  too far away.        ���       �����  Communication  Jltst installed in the Sechelt Indian with other Rand Councils throughout  Band Administrative Office, the new.; British Columbia on matters which  four wave band radio receiver is be-4 require unified decisions. "Beats the  ing tested by Band Councillor Gilbert old smoke signals"'says Band man-  Joe. This enables the Sechelt Cotm- ager Clarence Joe.  ell  to hold   immediate --consultation  Ladies' Panty Hose, navy, black and white as well as  regular summer shades.  Gift Wrap Paper and Ribbon at reasonable prices.  See our Souvenir Table ��� Some Canadian Made (Honest!)  READERS' RIGHT  Liiifl  Election   But Little Change  THF.RE remains little doubt a provincial  election is not too far away. It is also  ..a   foregone   conclusion   that   the   Social  Credit   government   under   Premier   W.  A. C. Bennett will be returned lo power.  At.the last election we forecast the  rel-urn of his party with an increased  majority and such, of course, proved to  be the outcome, the people as a whole  arc not as simple-minded as some of our  political aspirants would fondly imagine.  In a two way battle between right and  left they  knew how to cast their vote.  The situation next time will not  change too greatly. We would suggest  at this time that the Socreds will again  retain office but, probably, with a reduced majority.  This in part will be as the result  of planned unrest, protest groups and  considerable disruption fermented by  those who failed in their bids to get their  way own way at the expense of the  general public.  Familiarity also breeds contempt  and this too is inevitable when one political party, regardless of how good,  holds office I'or some twenty years.  Fortunntely, or unfortunately, as the  case plight be,, we have only two parlies  to choose from in British Columbia.  Social Credit or Socialist. Which makes  for a clear cut decision one way Or the  othcir. For two decades the decision  has been very decisive and it, has been  made abundantly clear that the people  do not relish socialist control.  Conservatives on the provincial level  are either non-existent or ineffectual and  therefore do not count. The same might  be said of the Liberals but at least they  have finally selected somewhat better  material as a provincial leader. Were  they able to obtain candidates of equal  calibre then, with the right approach,  some inroads could be made. The process  of accepting any individual, sufficiently  ambitious but sadly lacking the necessary qualities, is a bad mistake for it is  simply throwing him tojhe wolves. After a while such candidates become little  more than a joke. This certainly, does  not help the party.  Thus, an election would appear on  the not too distant horizon, battle drums  will sound, changes will be made here  and there but, good health prevailing,  Premier Bennett will return to retain  the status of this province as the. most  progressive in the country.  Letters to thz Editor are the opinions of fMders,-and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used fdr publication, but all originals nuist.be signed by the writer.  vincial government which prefers to ignore the matter���Weping it will go away.  Mr. Anderson has had some astonishing   results   but   the   fight   is   only   ha LP'  won. Therefore, I humbly, appeal to the  more 4  885-9343 A  U  arletu ^ko,  f  Sechelt  Express thanks  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf of the Sunshine Coast  Power Squadron, I would like -to,-express*  our thanks to the School Board for providing classroom facilities for night school  classes during- the winter of 1971-72.  You will be interested to know thaj  of the 18 people who sat the exam. in  the piloting course, all passed. We believe that these courses have an appreciable effect on improving the skills and  safety habits of boat owners in local  waters, and, as such, are a useful form  of adult' education. The cooperation of  the School Board in providing facilities  for these courses is greatly appreciated.  F. J. WILLIS, Secretary  Sunshine   Coast   Power' Squadron  Real help needed  Editor,   The   Times,  Sir:  As a result of  the fairly recent  debate's  on,, the pros  and f cons regarding..,  oi"tj^ch  ��  '  people of British Columbia, particularly  the environment conscious residents of.  this community to put their money on  lhe line. Local protest meetings that stopped a local company won't be. heard in  Washington nor will they pay,:" the h+gh  costs of a VS. Supreme -Court-, action.  (I include at the bottom an address to  which you may send your donations).  Keep the tankers off our coast and out  of the Gulf. ;  To those who have already contributed���my compliments. Once again, do  not delude yourself that "It won't happen  and   if  it' does  it  won't "get  here".  Should' one of the huge," ^proposed  and now a-building, tankers break-up  anywhere inside Juan de Fuca there will  be plenty of oil for every oriel 100,000  tons of it will cover hundreds of miles  Majority Let!  By   The Nose  IT  IS  a  truly  strange  trail  of liumnn    ily represented a minority of entire mem-  nalure that  the  majority  appear  lo    Worship.  It  is the old story of the in-  be  perfectly  content  to  be  led  by  the    surgents stirring up trouble at meetings  Te\v.7 H would ��� be more: correct, 7to say    until such time that-tho moderates stayj  away. This results in perhaps a third of  the membership, most of whom arc  leftist oi- radically oriented, attending"  meetings, ll is" then comparatively easy  for the vociferous hard core uv gain  acceptance on the executive committloo  .|,rom*.whoro-.lhcy*-aro����Uloally-.siUiutcd*.to^  conduct their little unil-goyoriiment  schemes, If not, anli-govornmonl it is  some oilier' wheeling arid dealing unpalatable   lo  responsible  citizens,  It sometimes lakes a little while for  the moderates lo appreciate what lias  happened, Even when Ihoy do, apathy  loo often holds, Off 'positive response,  This then is the siuilo method by  which leftists, Insurgents and anarchist*  are able io cause dissent-ticm uml dlsrttp-'  lion throughout the country, They in-  "iltrulo, gain acceptance'1 of pawns, oral' ���  "the vociferous few" I'or be il local, provincial or..federal, government, semi-official or unofficial organi/.aiibiis, it is'invariably the vocal people Who gel elected to power,  This is by no means always a good  �����-*ll.ing'-lor-quiti.,*-froqut'ntlY",iiv-*ilic*shufl,k,"*~  a   previously   responsible     organization   niight well ^\.<.\ up doiiiitialcd,by a iiiiirior-  ily group of radicals, In short lime that  organization loses all semblcnce of respectability despite the fact the majority  are well intontioned ami moderate individuals. *   This is nol a figment of the imuginu-  lion, il is cokl fact, as moM of us arc  woll aware,  I'rofessional and quasi-pio-  " ^;',rcsMc>n��lr)srpMp"5r.5vr^nn>r;tviiKo>vii io have,  Wecomo inl'lllratod 'by leftists, radicals  unit other Insurgents to tho extent that  thoy become relegated to the ranks of  'psetido-pmfussloniiis.    ,<  The  most  Incredible aspect  of this  situation is lhe fad that largo numbers  of good citizens become pnlnied wllh  ���    the same brush, Individually they lament  opening of. a gravel .pit etc. at Sechelf,  one fact becomes lucidly, clear, that a  great number- of local people were very  concerned the environment, local ecology  and pollution of any kind. Quite emotionally so, to judge by the .vehemence  of the dissent.  Where are these same, people now  when something other than words nro  needed? I refer to the costly legal battle  being waged on behalf of all by Duvid  Anderson, Liberal MP for Victoria, in his  bid fo stop tho Alaska Cherry Point tanker shuttle.  Mr. Anderson has, almost single hiin.1-,  ,.ecUy, .taken", on, tll}e..combined,,'mi({l\t. ol a,  billion dollar induslr-y.' He has, belatedly,  received quite a  1/61  of help from some  branches "Mho, ...federal ^.government Iml  little- or no 'encouragement from the pn.  ���"'��� ��� ������ "��� ��� " ������"-'������<��� ��� i ������ii..,iWi.Ii.Iii-..,ii.,^��� ..���������������     ...   .  JgiTMJSJi^Us .  new council for year  BETHEL 2H Job's Daughter!, hold itn installation  of  council   for  (he coming  year  Tuesday, Juno 13, Now executive  included, Mrs. Dor eon DooUar,  Bethel  n(*Huu,dlim;.rHev, David  Brown, Assoc iuK>  ," Bolhol r.QuJU'dl'ih;, Mrs.. Jean   Uoberiii,  Secretary; Mrs, Mary MoIvim'/TroaHiiri-r;  MYii, Dorothy Vaughn, Director of Mimic,  Assnoolato    -ftounoll ��� .eompi'lHon,   Mrn,  r*~ll?.��l>elli   DunoniV,''CliKtodlan' of��� Paraphernalia; Mm, Valdlne Mlehuad, Dlri'i*-  tor of Sociability; Mrs, Ciwiddlno Clark  Think about that as you debate'whether to send your money. I am., and it  frightens the heck out of' me. Send  donations to: B.C. Wildlife Federation,  3020   Sumner,   Burnaby.  NORM WATSON  SMOKING   HABITS ~<  Preliminary results of an analysis of  Canadian smoking habits indicate a  steady reduction in cigarette smoking  among adult males. However, the proportion of regular, smokers among ((.en-age  girls has increased substantially, while  the proportions among adult women and  teen-age boys Imyq renininocjv* about; 1 hp.f  same. . ���   .  *  "  'I   Businessmen requiring term loans for sound  business purposes" are invited to discuss their  needs at the IDB office recently opened in  North Vancouver. ... IDB can lend to almost all  types of business���manufacturing, tourism,  wholesale and retail trades7construction, agriculture, professional services, etc.  Ask for our booklet.  wusmmi  MOPMENTBM  Manager���R.-W. Gray  145 West 15th St., North Vancouver, B.C.   Tel-:980"(3571  f:  ��� t-*",'"T   ������?������:��� ":  i.- ��� "  -i ..  c-c:  l- :  t&mm^  lily work their way Into prime positions   lS,re,^7,7S|),fMn' v ~ "  and-lho '��Mtt s(wn s0ls in!'     '    H"'Vv      InHlnlling \>ff,lc6rH w6ro, Mrs. Wilma  As we have pointed out In lho past  ���it is up to the majority,,the responsibleolomciit, to lake loo eohslderitllon  Ihe Individuals'curryln_J. out the stirring  fMUiijJtlMI?^  ood name their organization once^ en-    study  will  reveal  ilicm.lo.be  irmibto  Boo   , joyed,, They vigorously disassociate them  selves from  the  rubblo clement  repre-  1 semlng Uiem but openly tulnili reluc-  tnnco io reinllnte or take rbmcdllir no  ilon,  Prime result of this Iniquitous sltun-  tlon is that large-groups full-lino nro-  -wmlncnt*dlsreptit(?"ii,s"rnTllli.*iriis'an(l'mbblo-  ralsoiN wl\on, in nctiuil I'noi., no moro  limn it handful fall into linn parileuliir  category, Point the finger and Hie liurd  core, power group will millo correctly  itrgii'e "ours Is 'u domoernilc 8,YNlo,h, \yo  were elected In open meeting by a tiloj���  Tni'li of the mailer Is Ui.tl major-.  makers from afar, Very few. are homo,  grown,  If large groups of responsible people are co'ntcni to'fill buck antl bo painted red by the hands of unarehlsts, tlicn  they can only oxpeui to suffer the conso  quenctjs, for'soclety ns u whole docs not  "linvivnir IroiRiml Monutcinincl 'soonoror  later will toll the belh ,  The l?Kmmuh&*fUne*  ....-..,Pub).shed Wedncmlnyii ��\ SGoholt  on "ijCAt SuiiHhlno Coast  by  Secholt TlmcN lul  ,''_'     poxSlO'-Scclwli, B,0.  Subscription Rules: (In udvancoj  Locui, $(i nor your, Hoyomi .$ nil Ion, $7,  U.S.A., $!*, Ovprncim, $10.  S.rvlnu (he Area IrotnforlMrlhn'to^Hiipnt  ,      (How Sound to Jcrvfi Inlet) t  n>��i��m����n>nn��i  NMMMWMMMMI  wr^r^ffrwi^M  &*mttf��  ���Ml  Sim P.O. Outdoing PACI Mm, Frank  Bailey; Quldo,, Mrs, ..Qrotha Twylvt'i Mar-  rthall, JVTrH. IVIwrt.arQt Hauiuv, MusIoIiuin,  Mrs, Caryl Cameron; Chaplim, Mrn, lfldnu  iJ^JnllUi*^a^A\wlUUli> Mm  lain,  ..,..,��� ProHOntntloiir of a   hand mnde   mul,  poll��hed  kovo.1  by   Mr.  William Doultar  lo tho NowCHtwdlnn, Mr��; Docknr, prov- ���  ort n monnln'sful 'moment^for hor; Thy ���  Kavol had boon made by nn old friend or  tho Bolhol, Mr, Rnrnoat Colton, Into An-  Hoolatlon  Quard'tan.,  Well, known liilci:-  natloixully.ln Job,.H.DauitfhtorH,.Mr,���Qoltun ,  wan u Hood friond lo Hio'slrlfi,  ', Prcsontatlon  of   plnn, Included, ' Pnsl*  " Ilothol   tluardlan  Pin   to  Mrs,,  lt'oboriH  by Qwm D(>nn�� Mnpdolkau, Paul. Aim-  hochvto  Botliol,,lapardlan,Jlln   to   Mnv  JOranlt   Duil.oy   by   Mr.   Dookar/   Bollm  CiiinrcUfln�� Pin to Mm, Pocknr nnd > An*  Brown,  Qut)<)n-"Donna-tbankod....tho.��oiitaoln|,.  oouncl't for Un mtpport durlntf hor rol|jn.  pnrtlculnry Urn, I'oberts nnd M^i Bulloy,  ' Vlalloro, bringing beat vvlsHqa to tho '  Botbol, wcroj Wonliy Matron,;,Mrn, Kuth  llurrliion of lho Jtlantorn Star, nnd Wqi>  MrftrMr\rrinrcrHnwKnr,fA*Q"nt  Don David, ond M^, William Dooknr.  The cvenlnR wnn corrmlqtcd, With ncr��  vlriR of, rofrcahmontn with i\ bomUU'itl  enko for tho Incoming council merved by  'Mrn,' D'ooluu1 nnd Roy,,Brown. ' !  ,'   , MomlxiVH w��ro plwunod to h��o iHvnimiy  vltiltorii pionont IuIOiih unlntoi*()M| |M \\w  JQfthol.^ P.J.  , 7 , ' ���   <, <  A-phohe'Gah^  Ramombor tho Inal tlmo you plocod a  long distance phono cniinoma;  jRomonvbQrjho (oollng of flnllclpnilon  "HlPaddyl"  Romombor how you wont tlirouaii tho  conversation bit by Ml iavowrlnfl It for  Jiouralator?^^^^^,.^^^���^^^-^���^  nQtTiQnifa'9f?,^M��''*'*,'��^  1 "n,  Rernornbair to phono,  ),'     I    ���' ' j ' I I >,  Aphone��/swhat[youma\<et }  r'  "\:  A  TZ  wdwrwwpr��i**M**w  V   k V  \\���  f. -  Nfikr   I- '             ..S^i^SW^f'*'  i   *^fr Y   .    . ....   i,   W^W-W^iv^U  : \    '' ��� -    . y  ���      ��� ���      ' v7:  Wednesday, June 21, 1972s      The Peninsula Times    ,\      Page A-3  <  -^-  Y  Fi  ES  GOING  G  "T**  ATES GOING  -<~~!#-St.-ih~-e~  ^ AUTO INSURANCE GOING  *. CLASSROOM SIZES GOING  * HOUS  ENTS GOING  * WELFARE ROLLS GOING  m-. f*jci-f jjwawia*. ���*?*��. as,  * 1 (B-*��i��S"*��^'ii.^i  >* V****.*-^-Wl!w'*^l 1 Pi-^  f^"���\,  wwjw*����si--^  i^-tiifflgiWW^is^Mi^  ">')lf0t*f*** r \        4 '5s..  X  Page A-4The Reninsulci Times, WednesdayVJune 21, 1972  ��� .: - *  v; ��� *. ���-���-"��� ' : ' ; ��� ** VI * *���   REAL ESTATE- (Cont,)  REAL ESTATE  Icon*.)'  WORK Vt/ANTfiO (Cont.)        HELP WANTED (cent.)  The Peninsula *Jime&.  Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Gibsons -Phone 886-2121  Classified  \  EWXRT McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  JtnnfififinnnnjwnnnmifuuxnniirinnnniiArir"^^""**********"1^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member. Audit Bureo*  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 InsertionSv $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) ���:���.20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial AdzBriefs)  -Bex-N^Brbers  . IDc extra.  CARD OF THANKS  STNCKRE appreciation to lhe  ���-many friend--* vi<l rrdativ-ps  tor then- visits, kind thoughts,  carets and flowers.' dimruj my  rc-sri't stay in hispi'ta'l. A  very special thank-j to Dr  Paetkau   and   Dr   HoLoon   and  ivhrnrr-  Thp "nur-ing *uan al Si  Hospital���B-pa  Skeileti  tdtiplo   Listings   Seryi(?E  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  SECHELT: E. Porpoise -B,y:  Here is a hide-away 2 acre  farm with a very attractive 3  bedroom hon^e just 5 minute  walk From Hip bpach ���&-������ good  bout harbor. <3n*ly one mile  from Se, hell Village. Good  out   buildings.  $26,250.  GIBSONS-   Waterfront   seclusion:.   Here "a    a    home   yi.u  rrmir.j���rPaiiy ba_ piuad nf   on  f. U   ACRES.'Shaw  R��ad,  Gib-  -.uiv. Viilagr, . minutes  walk i>> l.itfh -.hool, $10,000.  Phone   Hl.liDlii'.l   pvenings.  8598-tfn  DAVIS Bay���view lot, 1 level  block to half miles, long  beach, cash. Price $5,700.  Terms arranged if needed.  Phone  885-2000. 9063-3.1  Wit.I, TRAuK -. ri4' Diesel  Displacement Built in Egmont. by Griffith Cedar plan-  le.i over oak ribs. Ford 6  Dirsel FVV, rolled, 220 fuel,  <.(,frirn-_��f,d    bridge.,    duai   con-*.  OIRI.    H.��,  wr ll*"-'  ,,,!,.    I'bin.'  finished,  grade   11,  f i i ll-l iinev    'summer  lo .be   a. spcivtary,  and   would   prPl'<*r   job   related *  lo this' type of work.  Reliable"  and  accurate  with   neat   work  habits. _ Phone  for  Carol.  \  DISTRICT METER READER  SEC H ELT-  Duties  CA^S & TRUCKS AUTOS & TRUCKS (eont.)~  J960 FORD for sale, new 1959 PLYMOUTH 2 door,  "transmission,  good   tires  and hardtop,    mechanically    A-l  radio..    Phone    .",8:7-2.1:".:"!    after .sliape,   body  fair,   $12fi.  Phone  ii  pm Ointt-^-r -i'.Hii !i!i:U. ' 9nfi-7t2  lncliiil^'  meters    and  886-2343.    Ask  9100-30  related   functions.  the  reading  performance"  JOHN'S  Bulldozing  for   land-  M-aping,   clearing   lots,   small  .1.1   j*  .b  Phone  aaf,--y:M'.i.. x  91U3-31  910fi-2,0  -*    PERSONAL  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175  or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m-...   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek  Commun-  itv   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  a . I'lal    lot     Fiinnslied    guest  b.ii>.-,e,    '*',trpaii.i     through     lot.  ���_, I   sandy   beach   and   large  work shop   t.aragi'v   I'lease   inquire*,   lor   further   particulars.  ROBERTS   CREEK   LOTS:  Lower road. Cheryl-Anne  Dev. There are still a few lots  left. Gpod sized lots, fully serviced,- backtop roads. From  $3,500. v  HOPKINS LDG. HOME: Very  clean   nicely   finished   home  Irois, s.Min.t TfulTr good motor-  in.-'.ide iiee.i-. work . Value  $i:...if.() Trade as lull or part,  -payment- -wtrl-PrlVuiil 'Pender,  Sechelt Inlet, Eg'mont. Phono  C.   Whitcomb;   921-7459.  9112-32  hr i I-aBLE     15-year-old'    stu-  ,jci,i   .vouid  like part or fuil-  ilh-,c-  -.uriimer  job.   Will  baby--  do house-wui'kr~etc7  it.  io-2.a4-JJ,   ask   for  Phone-  Ruth.  9101-30  of  of  V  Applicants must, have partial  high school or equivalent.  They should be physically fit  and possess \a valid driver's  licence.  Starting salaryy - $515.0*0 per  month, -with generous tringe  benefits. V  Apply s~ by complete resume,  stating    personal   information,  education  ence   to:  and   work   expen-  HELP WANTED  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date:  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card oi Thanks. In Mem-  onam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3 25 (up -to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. A  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Corning Events take  regular classified, rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Lacal Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area . $7.00  yr.  U.S.A. $9.00  yr.  8(157-1 fn  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada      Single Copies ..._.'..-_;  .$10.00   yr.  COAoT CONTRACTING  Building - All types.  Routing   -   Duaroid   Shingles.  Shakes - .Aluminum  Painting  -  Int.,   En I.  -  Res,  8.  Commercial  Concrete   -   basements   -   sidewalks -.sea & retaining walls.  Floor  covering  -   insulation.  Phone 886-7320  8056-tf n  .$3.50  $4.00  _.15e  REAL ESTATE  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 qnd in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, mus'f be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject      to      recourse     in      law.  "In  the event of a  typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising   is  merely  an  offer  to  sell,  and   may   be   withdrawn   at   any"  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  .  Advertising    is   accepted    on   the  condition   that,   in   the   event   of  N/iiographical   error,   that   portion  ot the advertising space occupied  by   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonable allowance for signature,   will   not   be  charged  for,  b--"i" the balance of the advertise-  .... or will be paid for at the ap-  pncuble rate."  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put info*  production, but cancelled before,  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  nourly rate for the additional  work.  ��� ... ���  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  .   .   .is   pleased   to  sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Best Wishes to tha happy  .,..,...,.v,-���,-,.4., parents. . ..  OKITUARY  GIBSONS: Prime view lot, all  services,    excellent   location,  $6,600.  Situated in private parklike  setting near beach. Charming 5 room basement home.  Spacious living room features  fireplace and opens fo large  private deck. Modern cabinet  kitchen with adjoining breakfast room. 2 lovely bedrooms.  2 bal lis. Completed rec room.  Hubby room _and large dry  storage arqa. A-oil heat and  air conditioner. Excellent  terms on   $31,500   F.P.  Level    cleared    lot.    in    grass.  Nice view and well situated.'  $5,800.  Delightful retirement cottage  on large level lot. Short  walk to P.O. and shops Beach  just a short stroll away. View  up the Sound. Good size liv.  room with fireplace. Modern  cabinet kitchen. Vanity bath.  2 bedrooms. Adjoining carport.. Attractive lornis on  $���.'.1,500.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  AT J,   TYPES    INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  88G-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8170-30  PENDfiR Harbour waterfront  lot, Sheltered, deep, very  iiceestilbU. tu wider jiiuking, it  ideal for a yonr round wluirf.  $17,5110, Phone ltfi(l-7,V74 idler  ":���� p.m. Writ-1 ,1'on 7011,  Gibsons, B.C. ' 7.051). tl'n  LARGE   lot   HO,  rooffH   Hoik'  x   2GB'.  Potential      CRAIGOR-' Fwdlr-riek   Vwdo?*,  died June 13 ut his home in  Wilson   C roe k,   Survived   by  liiit living WlTe Dullus, ono son .. ,  Milton,  throe diiu..hlors  Alice,     on    paved    nuul,    puwor  ���---^l^nyrBp^'PlM^yrFn���^ri���MMlT-rtIWi^~ plioiiFl.v'fillid)li7*"$nil50rP  tli'lilldron,   nlno   gronl   grand-    mifi-fltilVI  chi|<|n.i',   ..Vcleran    ol' , both    ���--���  World   wiii'h, 111 Kb,10  Rcd-  vlew  and  Ivo'n'ir  ��r>��4-trn  \y.th LI bedroom and room for  third in basement. Very nice  view.   Asking   e>nlv   $110,000.  GIBSONS BAY AREA: L?  bed. summer home, fully  furnished, flal cleared lot, I Oil'  xl?.5' all in fruit trees. $17,000.  '.'. waterfront lot', in front also  available.  GIBSONS      RURAL:      Evlra-  laij.e     lot     acceptable     for  Mobile homos. Offers.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK  ROAD: Two ideal building  lots, close to good swimming  beach, on paved road, water  connection available. F.P.  $5,600   each.  ROBERTS CREEK: A 3 B.R.  log house on quiet side st.  Large lot cleared and in garden. Close to store and school.  F.P.  $15,000.   Try   offers.  WATERFRONT    ACREAGE,  KEATS ISLAND: At West  Beach, TWO acres with 700  It. of good waterfront. Property is well treed with a  beautiful Southern exposure.  Unobstructed view towards  Salmon Rock and the Gulf of  Georgia. ^ Property has good  act-ess and several very suitable  building  sites.   FP  $38,500.  SOAMES POINT: Three B.R.  view home on Marine Drive.  Newly decorated interior.  Very close to an excellent  beach and handy to Langdale  ferry. A-O heat, A-E hot water, 220 wiring. Immediate occupancy. A pleasant family  home in a very desirable residential area. F.P. $15,500.  Offers.  KEATS ISLAND: Level semi  view lots. Access on main  road. Community water to  .property. Size 75x150'. F.P.  $3000.  ��� GIBSONS VILLAGE: Special  offer on "starter" or investment property. 2 B.R. house  on u very large level lot (100  x 125 il.) Fully serviced, sewer line I mil. Immediate P<>s-  ession, F.P. $��,500, Reasonable   offers   considered.  Member  Vancouver  Reul  Estate Board  PHONE   880-2248  Notary Public  "''" v '���' i jsfiNds: Wanted"' '"*���""  Vlnce Prewer 886-9359  Wol lv Peterson     886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box  238, Gibsons,' B.C.  ���      f.109-30  FOR SALE���4.6 acres, partially cleared land, accessible,  by trail with two year-round  streams, view, small one room  log cabin with" loft. Roberts  Creek   arep.   Best   cash   offer.  xis.  ^wttr���8ti(i-LI717.  4)445-30-  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment  Transportation daily from Port  Mellon to camp and return,  lntei-ested parties���ca44���Van���  FOR  RENT  5  ROOM  furnished house. Ph.  483 itHL',9. 4190-31  SEMI-furnished I bedroom,  suite. Duvis Ray, available  .Inly I Phone 885-2153 after  fi p.m. or. c/o Box 739, Peninsula   Times,   .Gibsons,   B.C.  8168-31  comer Radio Telephone for  McNab Creek or wrib." lo Box  I in. Port Mellon, ��� B.C. All  <*n(|iiiries, attention Ton'v-  liuialia. 9005-tfii  i'ikiKS and dietary aides  wanted for St. Mary's llos-  pit;d. Sechelt, B.C. Applications can be obtained from  hospital   dietician. 9124-30  Personnel   Services   Department, B.C. Hydro and  Power   Authority,  970  Burrard  Street,  Vancouver  1,  B.C.  9119-30  DISTRIBUTOR for The Province newspaper. Hours approximately 3 hours per day,  6 days a week. Must be bond-  able atld~have a reliable atrto=-i  mobile. All year round position. Applicant must be capable of dealing with the public  Earnings approximately $300  per month. Contact A. Mc-  Nair, c/o The Province, Box*  L'.HvC, Vancouver 3, B.C.  9113-30  PENDIR HARBOUR and EGWIONT  GARDEN  BAY WATERFRONT  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this  1,700 sq. ft. 3 BR home _was  built   in   1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   carpets,   granite  fireplace,  circular staircase,   sundeck,   paved  driveway,   etc.,   etc.  Priced qt $39,000.  SHORT   order   cook    wanted.  Phone   885-9811. 9109-32  HALL for rent ���Wil.son- Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815,-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  2-3    BDRM.    residence   in    or  near   Sechelt.   Approx.   $100  monthly.     References.    Phone  885-2826. 9131-32  Bncoast  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  .ESTATES LTD.  Vancouver Direct Line..MU5-5544  See us at our Off ice across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  BANK   executive   wishes    to  rent   2-3  bedroom   home.  Gibsons  area.  Phone 886-2201.  9120-30  HOUSE   wanted   by   July   1st,  Sechelt  or Gibsons area.  References available.  Phone  885-  9454. 9053-30  WANTED TO BUY  USED   10'   Aluminum  boat   or  dinghy.    Reasonably    priced.  Phone  885-9641   eves,  or  very  early   mornings. 9137-30  GROW YOUR OWN  3 Acre hobby farm 1 mile .from Sechelt on poved road. Includes  vegetable, ducks, chickens, hogs, chinchillas and all necessary  tools as well as a modern 3 bedroom home, workshop, green  house and wolk in freezer, and much more. Live here and eliminate  constant trips to the supermarket. For more information see Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  WESTERN  condition  885-9710,  saddle    in    good  wanted.     Phone  9116-30  SMALL 2 wheel utility trailer  wanted.   Phone  885-2176.  9117-30  CHILD'S swing set and wicker   fern   stand   wanted.   Ph.  885-2266. 9108-.10  WORK WANTED  FULLY experienced cai|***n-  ler, 28 years experience.  Will build or remodel homes.  Phone 885-2024 or Yarrow  823-4992.   - 90IH-30  nrtlCK-niocU and stonework.  . Phone Art's Musonry :'>.,l-  1093  (Delta). Oor.il 31  WATERFRONT-^-SELMA PARK  7 Bedroom home on lease property situated on nicely treed all  fenced yard���protected .moorage for only $10,500 for more information call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241  or 885-9683.  .   '  ONE THIRD OF.HSHtk  ISLAND"   350' waterfront.   Famous Lee Bay,  Pender Harbour.   Best salmon  fishing area. Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P.  $16,500 with  .���_ cash.  EARL COVE  A tew lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision,  Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  PORPOISE BAY���WATERFRONT  Lovely white sandy beach, protected moorage, all services. Priced  at only $1 1,500.00. Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241  .      or 885-9683.  5 ACRES���SECHELT VILLAGE  Buy this 5 acre parcel for an investment, nicely treed���Potential  view.  Only a  short distance to good sandy beach.. Great fishing  area    Should   be  seen   now.  Call   Len  or  Suzanne  Van   Egmond  885-2241 or 885-9683.  VIEW LOTS  We have the largest selection of view lAts on the coast from  $3,500.00. Sechelt, West Sechelt, Dovis Bay, Porpoise Bay etc.  Call   Len   or   Suzanne   Wan   Egmond   885-2241    or   885-9683.  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping  'ailing danger  -  limbing  I'or view  Prompt,- i,x|H.i'ieiU'od,   ii  work.  ISIII'I'll  VIEW    lot    for    Halo,' Sulnia  Park   Phone   8110-9557.  - 9020-30  COMING EVENTS  T W11,K 1*1 i'i'" Then I re"T"SeHii  UoniKtry lp . iho ATKlqiwm  Th.min. Wod, ai.r..*3ut���.a<l,.So.mi  eonrnt- liui|,luii(.It' The MophlH  lo WWl/, Ainu Aldn, .Incline*  J I.I iQ��JJ liiiiQJ., .���Uiii:l)iu'ii.,. I' u rki i iu,  rA'cl VI11-1'".fr 11 IP-W I*���-**.*. | h .f.H-l'. ."PI It  mm .j..:,'* hi.....;,..  ANNOUNCEMENTS  AuTi1aTVi7ri ViV a i i'"*'"'AiTvrHiiry  '���'ui'ili  open   for  demniiHlrnl-  ,..,Mrli)....wl'. ..Nnluml   I'ui*, I (Junlriil,  11 ii.in. In '1 p.m. every Hnlur-  diiy, Hiinnhliiii CoiinI   IH.-ihwuy.  Horvli'i.   |%,|U, Hiiii.jjfiDa,  .M7.YOU jiri.'.eiincenied, ulimif  wimnoho   wllh' a   (|,i'|i*|.j||u.  Trroblnrrr^r^^ cnah-  "JIHI-an-l*",    .l.lll-7!��,,iri    nr    Win-    nillM or wrllo Hiix  iHiio uiai-aa   rc  Beautiful Recregtional  Park-I ike  160 acres  near ,-.,,  Seqjret Cove"  Woll "oIovhIoH   properly, roiyio  oeeiin   vlevv'H,   IrullM   mid   HkIiI  llmltcr, I.iiiic tieeeHH from 1 >imI>-  ti'i'mn, e/o Ho1*, UK), Penlnmiln  TIllK'H, S.'Clinll, IU', "  I'7,i:i4l'iv  11! AGifwpi,m.i I"iiliy 1-iVlui, li1!!!^  nlnhed eiibln, niniill Intnt mid*  pmiIoi',   17,1',   !|i 1.1,1'(ID,   Ph,   tlllfi-  .1)0.1!", DO'il'.il')  3 FIVE ACRE BLOCKS  ti hiirvri iaiirorsdcifdit  KIovh!wt. future view propor**.  ty, undeveloped bcmilll'ul lo-  I'lillon;   Worn    I'orpulno   Hny,  ^fhgne 885-2109  0032-tfn  servloo.   Ph^o" 88fl-a72t',  1 ���- ���    7..0.1.IIV  SARGEANT BAY  78x295 treed recreation lot. Paved roads, hydro and phone. Easy  to' clear, good access  from Redrooffs  road.  Close  to beach.   F.P.  $3,950.   For   information   call   Stan   Anderson   at   885-2241    or  eves, ot 885-2385, or Jack Andertan al 885-2053,  10 ACRES AND BARN  For $25,000, all services available, farm aroa, good grazing.  Born is in vory good shape, For information call Stan Anderson at  fi85��,?.?4l   or eves  885-2385,  or Jack  Anderson  at  885-2053.    ,,,.,,,,, ,^EST .SECHELT  Serviced  ont\   trood   lot   on  quiet   str'ool.   Good   rosldonlin  Close   la beach,  Small  crook on  properly,   F.P  formal Inn  cnll ,Ston  Anderson at  885-2241   or ovos 885-2385,  '   oi JockT Andorson at 885-2053: " ���"������    ���*'"   aron.  $4,5007 For   in?  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  ...      REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  - GI bsortsr" B; CrrrTrrr*7r:"r"^^  886-2'! 8'  RURAL:  Modern 2 bedroom,  largo utility ancl roc  room. W/W, carpels. Largo lot, F,B, ,!fi22,900,wllh  $8000 down, . ���     . .  "Iiniiff.iwn-  II), Heolmll  lUIIO-II'l.  '���WW��^#ffi!WH��-ri(i)*"''''*  Periclor Harbour  Tol: 883-279/1  .-,....                VIEW LOTS,  ���Thoftn Inh have n fullyjpwoi Ponder Harbour, bnih*      havo w.ulur, l",P. $6500.00 oqch   QP  EM I-WATERERONT    ,  ,,.,...... ..������,  THIs bxcollenl Ips is lonly 50 'pacos 'from^l'Ho^boacliir "  Nicely treed, Access from blacktop, Water and power  *aYq|lqbl4*rA'rea}-$<>Qd-^  WATERFRONT  AcYeocjo' wlllt'oWhr house, Qulot locatton-; maqnlflcent  7 vlow. A flood buy at .134.000,00.  , i"need listings  Call John Broom at BB3.?794 <24 hours)  GOWER POINT,  100'x260' lots/ nice ireos, close In  boach, $5000 - $6000,  DAVIS BAY  ���Control location, closo to boach, schools ancl pork 65x150, Cloarod  ^Yiow.Joll���RQvod��.blrgoU.ancLsec.vlcos,wF.,R.���$5^50Q...CQsh,.*Eor^.ia^  formation call Slan Andor*,on al 885-2241 or evos 885-2385, or  Jack Andorson at 885-2053. '  DAY IS BAY  Vlow cornor lot 70x150, somi? Iroos. All norvlcocl. Now homon In  Iho area, Within ihreo blocki, ol  boach,  F,P,  $5,500,  SuncoaM  nutates Lul. For Inlormaiion call Sian Andorson al 885-2241  or  ovos al 885-2385, or Jack Andorson al 885-2053.  3 BEDROOM HOME -WFST SECHELt  On lorriP lot 75x300, Nico hrlqlil kltchon. W/W corpol. .tie<  -pltipo,- iipollos'ily��rc|,<?anl^w��rkshnn��arul<~carfmrl'^��T<>r��'Vlt*\y'<"<rQl|n  -������-���Siironnn-orkr>-rrVorT'l:nmnnrh8fl'5^  aero with natural pond 145' level beach���3 bdrm,  home, Fireplace and w/w carpets, Utility room, Bring  your offers on $52,000,F.P,      ���  ROBERTS CREEK:'Park Road lot (100'x400') partly  .cleared.. Regional  wator,  Zoned  R2., F, P., $6,750.  n*.*    - 4rf rf**"Wt*-�� ^ ~.wl-*  GIBSONS; 2 BR homo, almost now, convenient location, $16,000 F.P.  WATERFRONT���-Lovely spacoous 3 bdrm. modern  hprno,' Fabwlous view, secluded, Gibsons Bluff.. F,P,  .$48.500,��� Good terms,    ���        *  WATERFRONT-7-50 ft, commercial proporty, Marine  '"DrivorGib,r,ons;"TogfJ^for4dovoiopmonrr"F;Br?ti'iOoor  ,J<*trms,. ,,:,. ,: ,.; r    -,,  ....GIBSONS Vlia.AGE���3 BdriTii Homo featuring extra  ���WBWEi'*'**'*^^ ��Wiffaw^*W*w^^4^i^^ '���*', *i"w  terms, , *  Call In and pick up your free Brochure of Properties.  LISTINGS���WANTED  ��| ��, l���������m  ...wiiim-t. ���>  IC- A- Grosby,.8B6.?0S8 i - J.iE.  White  886-9.935  -    -���-,    J, Vlsssr 1,885-2300  :z  mmm��<^mi>^'t>^>*9  94' OF FLAT LEVEL BEACH  Lovoly 3, hodroom homo, llroplacp,...wAv. carpql, study ovoilaoklno  lho ocean, I'/Si bath, double'carport, 18x24 worNiop that could  oniilly bo mado Into a auosl collaoo on pilvalo Inno, Hoaull(ully  IrcMJil.   Nnluiql   Inndscopp.   Call   Siuanno  or   Lon  Van   Famond  '"-  ���885-22'1| or���88S'.'9'683;   Choice   view   lots on   64   lot   subdivision.   Prices  from   $5,000   to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$45,000  Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly 10 acres of real nice land,  fruit trees, grass and natural trees. Older house���could be made  livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.  APPROX.  275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay-^over-one acre. Qeep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000, with S13..000 down.  400 FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN  HARBOUR  1,400   sq.   ft.   unfinished   bldg._   60'xl2'   deluxe   mobile   home.  Landscaped, float and marine ways. Asking $53,000.  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   and   famous   Lee   Bay  fishing   grounds.   $15,000   wit-h  $7,500 down.  PRIVACY���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.  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On   approx.   %   acre   level   lot  near  Madeira   Park.   Has  electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport.. Full price $21,000.  FURNISHED HOME��� IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortable 3 B.R. view home on large lot. Good gardening  soil.  Close to marfna and  boat  launching.   $25,000 with  terms.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx.  550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal  Lake,  road & creek  through property and an old house which could  be rebuilt.  Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  RUBY LAKE  119  ft.  waterfront  with  float and   furnished  cottage.  Complete  with   running   water,   bathroom   and   serviced   wiih   hydro.   Full  '    price $21,000 with terms.  IRVINES LANDING  3 BR homo, large view lot, close to marina and boat launching.  Overlooking   famous   Lee   Bay   fishing   grounds.   $13,000   with  $6,500 down.  APPROX.  152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property In 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 wllh  ,     $13,000,down.   * v: *. *���  NEW PAINT���NEW REDUCED PRICE  ��� 1 50 (t;Waler(ront,. nearly 4 acres on Highway 101. near. Madeira  Pork, 3 bedroom homo with carport, oil furnace, oak floftrs, flroplaco, partial basemonf, Prlco now reduced to $32,000,  JiUSJJaESSJD^IOLJ^  VARIETY STORE���SECHELT  Tllnbsi forces bqIo of ilili' aolnn conedfn." SlocU Incliiclof),  miay  main. (Ureal location, 200Q uq. 11,, loatio. promlsoa, .,$ 1,50,00. por,,  mo,   Hoot   Included,   Gromi  Salon  appro*,   $35,000,   Could   bfl  lncroo!ificl.;:PiP7$167000r:Tbrmfir���all dlrr!Ct-6Q5VS3'14"Dr''nvni\r''  Cnllflct a03.5>0!53 or 883-2380, Jack or Slan Atlclnrnon.  , WATERFRONT:. MARINE SITE���GARDEN BAY  "��� 295 "*orWflrerfronrr^  Marino, ways,��� whops,.,2- bdrm,  homo, wllh bsmt, nto, - Soulhwof.1  nxnojiiiro, Wind froo. froloctotl moorocio, Ron) voltio, $45,000,00  F.P, T��nm, ol 7%, Call JncK or Sinn Anrtor.uon 6r*a-!*r>44, f'vcm,  Collnd 'BBS-2QB-9'or f)83-S>053.  IP  WATERFRONT COTTAGE  ..,.,90..ft*,~watorlront4.on�� Francis ���Ponlnsularvlow..of-Malasplna-,Slrails,..  wllh  I  hodroom yoar round coltago, Asking prlco $28,000 wllh  $8,Q00 clown.  FR/Wl?^^N^ULA  2 sldo by nldn vlow lots ol approx,  1'/j acros each, Only a fow  hundred ll, fron^Marlna, Each priced at $10,000���Torms.  MADEIRA PARK  ,  Vi'iy nico?. I**!*, homo with lots p." room In. bnnemrtnf lor oxtrn  '��� lii'dinnnis, Lovoly (.anion Willi Iml! Iroos, $32,000,""   '���'"  MAI^/TIlTE  ,m,EarLCQVfl5^mnrlno,~moloU.or^pi4?t^  toimlnal.  Approx,   51   nana  with  approx.   Bt'0' ll,' watorlrbnt,  1.300 ir, on hwy, 101. Full prlco $7S,000 with $30,000 down,   ...,..,,        SAKINAW LAKE   .���,..���........, ,....,,.,..  13,8 acron, nlcoly treed Icincl with approx, 350' Choice Wnlor-  Iront.Afiklnfl $40,000,00.  '   VIEW HOME ON"f2 ACRES'  Woll built partially furnished   1460 nq.  ft.  2 13,R',  homo, wllh  basomont' a\v\ lho bant of everything, 2 full balhr6oms, llrop|aco,  ^hTsrwii6rifoi!Trni*n^  lion (rom nklor hulldlnon on proporty.  $39,750  with  $15,000  ���" * "������ - '��� r" ���" '������ down,"j"- --������"--���������-     '���-- *   VIEW"I^S^XRDEN BAY  -Vory-lnrqo-pnrK-IIKo'-lotfj-oy  $5,000 to $6,000 with qoocI tormn,  WATERFRONT���SECHELT, VILLAGE  fi.' wolorfron) |ot In V|||ncio nf ri��rho||; '. I"I|K |n More.'SonHy  l)rach. Mnrlna only fAv.p_ nwoy, Nlcoly trood, .,_, $12,500 with  Irrmi. Cnll Stan Andoinon iloyn 6(i5-!'!)44( f'Yon. cullocl. flfl5-2385,  jbiittttwvtvMvliLffvwf **+*���*<* H  -0irWocl4-AndorMin.ove��rCo|liJC��.aB5,a053,  REDROOFFS.f^OAD   ,  .     .  l.orfjo lot 00x500, Acrovi tho itreot from acceii to nice beach,  Nlcoly treed, Only $6,300,00, Call Siuarino or Len Von Tflmond,  Dayn 005-2241   Evm. 0B5.96B3.  -DAVIS-BAY���VIEW-LOTS-  'Lqrfle lofi with beautiful vlow of lho ocean and Trail  klarid-i,  Ready to build on, From $5,000,00, Call Suzanne or'Lon Von  1   ��� Egmond 085-2241 or 805.9683. '    '   \  80' 'WATERFROl^���WEST SECHELT   .���    ���  ?, Bedroom homo on larci" loi 80x275, Overlooking Troll Island*,  Hasy acr'd*,��'to .jockI liroch, Pilvnln, nicely treed, Asking !f>29,?00  Icrim, Cnll Su*onnn nr'Len Von F.imond 805.2241 or Bfl5.9fSfl3,  .75 ft.,..  135 ft.  .<*****�����>�����** vat*.  , WATERFRONT UOTS  ,.$ 16,500. 9,0^11   . ... $19,000 ���       B8 ft*   2/3 ft .'.���:jl. $26(000 ���  250 It. loaso lot          $12,000  ?.?5 ft ..������.. $16,000  ...J 18,500,  ... $11",500  3/4 ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD      .   .  Madeira Pork���Gently sloping,  nlcoly impel  lot,  $6,500 ar.'),  4. B.R. VIEW HOME ������������.������������  Neor Mndolin Poik, and on larcio vlow lot,. O.I furnace, balcony,  -���i���*-*��� ���"���������Hmmedlqlo-poanoaslonr-1.114/-700,-   -    '4 ������  MOBILE" HOME SITES  ''    Several lots availablo,  Mariy oihor-vlew ond waterfront lots In tho Pender Harbour aroa  Mmh*4w*��    ,.-^<*  ^ - - t  ir-  ���- n -  t -i,-, rrtirimm.iii.��j��*., ,m)i ����� nun mil ji mini r, m mi imf jn: iwhibi .- unci i.i��H.ii..u.ii ��m jwuiil iu i.r i n   it ���iniim>n  i REALTY LTD. ;,  Maclolra Park, B.C.  Phono Ponclor Harbour 883-2233.,  muy* wwwowr^ai^a;^ ��  _#   ''M, \  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)      BOATS & ENGINES (Citfit.)    MOBILE HOMES  JL  LEGAL NOTICES  1972   CAPRI,   4   on   floor,   undercoat ed, .     radi.'),       winter  radials     iiiPludp,],     a.--,     new,  must  r.Pll. ��� Phone* ^ftfi-0-tlf}.  v ., 0122-rtO,  1947   FORD   with   283   Chevy  engine. .Good condition. Asking $1,000 or-best" offer. Phone  885-9848. * ' N*   9064-31  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR sale - 27' Express Cruiser  Brandljnayr design, mahogany lapstrake. 275 HP Chrysler marine V-8 rebuilt .1970.  Gailey, ice box, head, sounder,  etc, A fast attractive boat. Ph,  336-7268. 9081-31  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617  Bidwell  Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  "    Engines.  Good   listings   Wanted  14-FOOT ^G.   boat,   good   as  new,   ho  motor.   Phone  886-  22'   CARTN   cruiser,    120   h.p.  inboard,  blue. - Ph.  483-3644.  ,  ' 4188-31  BUCCANEER MARINA .  Secret Cove v   x  Yearly   moorage   available   for  boats  up  to   18  feet.   If)  moorings   still  left.   Stern   mooring  only.  Phone  885-9563  9087-31  10'x50'   MOBILE     home     for  sale.   At   Sundance    Trailer\  Court.   885-933-1   .,       '9li7S-tfn  AYERS Moliije Ilorne Park,  West Sechelt - Now accepting "reservations." "Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd��� West Sechelt netft to  school. Ph. 885-2375.      9054-30  24 x 60 - 1440 sq. ft. of grac-  Jous living. 2 bedrooms, 2  baths, large family room, large  closets and cupboards. Built -"  in China Cabinet. Furnish to  your own personal tastes. This.  ii;   the  he-u   h*?sic   unit   on  the  AS    NEW   .12/    ft.    fibreglass.  boat.   Very   stable   and   excellent   hull   design'.   $200.   Ph.  885-2122. 9030-30  12  FOOT  centre  board  sloop,  dacron   sails,    stainless   rig-  sging,  $300 or  offers.  Ph.  886-  2822. 8158-30  LET'S GO FISHING  Peninsula. We have paid the  double ferry charges. Put this  fine home on your own foundation and be eligible for Home  Owners (Jrant. vOur lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-2153 after 6 p.m. c/b Box  739, Peninsula, Times, Gibsons, B.C. 8164-tfn  MOTORCYCLES  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS  ^F.stifte of JEchvard Black oka  Edwin J. * Black, deceased,  late of R.R. No. 1; Davis Bay.  Sec-belt, B.C.          Creditors and. ..other -having  claims against-the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified, to the  PUBLIC. TRUSTEE. ,635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 1,  B.C., bvt'ore the 12th day ol.  July, 1972, after which date  the assets of the said Estate  will be distributed, having regard only to claims that haw  FOR SALE (ConHnyed)  '. 11 P. Bj^iggs and Stratum;^ 2  *'\ heel-Harrow wheels tires;  '��� w iiei-|= iires t;,r 250 Ford; 2  i".irl .i'-li'ii In-* ���*;. 7 ������ bn"-yi.*lr-; 1  'H,l. .spriii-r. . & niatlre^; *1  Mason Risch plant):'- older  {^nod-condition power saws';  .various ether articles, tools,  chains, etc. Contact Arnold  Blomgren* Joe Road, Roberts  Creek.   Phone  886-2343.  9099-30  vT  FOR SALE (Continued)  ' '���     ���  The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, June 21. 197.2.Page A-5  I MUF.IiWOOl) typewriter,  5.30.  Rasv ipin diver washer  if.O    fridge   $10!   Phone   8SC-  ���HOlfr. 9105-30  Contact   Capt. x M.    Higgs  Box   374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  24 FOOT Sailboat "Talisman"  sleeps 4; inboard engine,  completely equipped, moored  at Smitty's Marina, Gibsons.  Phone   886-7153. 9077-31  17'   Fibreglass-120   Volvo   out-  d'rive, auxiliary motor &  trailer  included.  $2950.00.  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender   Harbour  Phone  883-226G  9J35-30  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES*    ���<���  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  Member of the Multiple Listing  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  Service *  I:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  For all  weary travellers  Searching for elusive dharma  . . .  ASK FOR FREE .CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155/Socholt - ,    " ��� Phono 895-2235  Or Call Toll Froo from lho Greater Vancouver Area,  ZEnith 2012  (E.&O.E.)  '72- SUZUKI 90-^er- Exer-eend.���  3.000 miles.  Asking $375  or  best  offer.  Ph.  485-5741.  4187-31  been received.  CLINTON   W.    FOOTE,  ���     PUBLIC    TRUSTEE  8771-pub." Mav 31, June 7.  14,  21,   19727   " -\      N  FOR SALE  TRAYNOR   lead   amplifier,   4  10" speakers, 6 months old.  $400 or offers. 883-2535:  90.74-31  i U:si'.:D I'Tench-door,  in  H=v-  COME AND  GET  IT  6 WEEK  py. Ph.  old  485-  3mall  5400.  male pup-  4185-30  PETS  REGISTERED   len   week   old  silver Toy Pood4es. One male,  one   female.    Phone   885-9784  9123-30  HUNTING   dogs ��� Labrador  cross Brettany Spanial pups  8 weeks, free. Phone 886-2617.  9132-30  GOOD home only wanted for  ' 2 year old part Labrador  male. Good watch ,dog and  loves children. Acreage preferred.   Phone   885-9312.   9075-31  Help Wanted, female  OFFICE receptionist. Must be  able to do dicta-typing. Reply to Box 41.92' P.R. News  stating qualifications and .experience. 4192-31  FOUND  Let us be the purveyors  Of your new found paradise;  Right here on the Sunshine Coast.  HALFMOON BAY * No. 2554  Garden and small paddock with two bedroom house and outbuildings in woods and rockbluff setting. HomeSite with ocean  view. AVz acres with good water supply, hydro and phone  $15,000���1/3 dn. CALL:  JACK WARN 886-2681   eyes.  GIBSONS No.. 2596  ��� Executive home or luxury retirement. Unusual and diverse view.  3 bedrooms and den. Large F.P., dining room, garage. Beautiful  but easily tended garden, Waterfront suitable for davitt boat  launch.-Call   for  more  details.   JACK   WARN   886-2681   eves,  RETIREMENT HOME No. 2503  Nicely finished retirement home at modest cost on dominion lease  lot in Selma Park, Lease presently $50 per annum.. Has fireplace  and oil furnace. Will consider offers close to asking price of  $8,500.00 cash. CALL: DON HADDEN 885-9504,  2 BEDROOM-���GARDEN BEAUTY No. 2598  132' frontage, facing south to Trail Islands, this home* is* gardener's drcom, Imported and native flowers, and shrubs, greenhouse, Its all hero. Home has 1000 feet ono floor, living aroa  cldllghtfullyreflnlshed; A/Oil hoot. Asking '$27)000swlth^'terma; *��  PURCHASE NOW .     No.  192466  Watch * your ,$6,000  clow -npayment grow, with, each,passing .  moment, Purchase, this approx, 3 aero investment property, ancl  see your futuro grow with the area, Don't* lot a faint heart fool  you, Thero's no "timo llko the present to call BOB KENT after  office hours,  *~GQWER*POlNT'"^**^'-~'*~���^  I00'x200' proporty on Esplanade al Gowor wllh lliroo summer  cottage*7.$25,000 tprms , considered,   CALL: i JACK   WARN  886-2681 ovos,   ,'  ROBERTS CREEK No  2597  Level treed lot |67'x330' qpprox, 1V. aero? on quiet slroot closo to  Golf Courso al Roberts Creok, Hydro and phono at road, Full prlco  $5,500, CALLi DON HAPPEN 885.9504 qyo?., ,  " 5.8 ACRE ~~'HOLDING PROPERTY ���   '   ���' -. -No,'2556  2 bedroom homo, woll maintained, stono flrnplaco, In wjllno ot  old fasholnocl English flardon which Ih truly l>oa��"jf"j. Tho aero-  ^ann��hoS-nreatKr��tontlahtordev��lopmoniir.ov.or-480.feoUon..Maii.  ���^Ro'afir Invest I.V you  $33,0,00.06 with iorms,,CAU: fEJER SMITI-I 885-?463 ovofl,  MAWA,PARK VIEW .        ,fMil        ln^lStl  ���Commercial*typo' lot next to onlrancooff Highway 10   atMadolra  Park, now'f. your chanc'o to cjot Into this proporly at lho low1 clown  pnvmonl of only $2,000,001 Full prlco for this vlow loi Is pnly  ,what,you,can,oxpoct^  PHONE BOB KENT office'or ovos 885-9/161.  HU  '    ���  -  REDROOFFS & SOUTHWOOD .       ,     n  .   Nf��� "?55?  "lOTTSTOrirT5Q^  Has small cabin suitable for workshop or cornplnp. Hydro and  ���������busline on blacktop road,"-Zoned R2, moblk-liomos parmltlccl. ,  A'hkina $5.900. CALM PON HAPPEN BB5-9604.  -.WEST..SECHEU"^WAIERERQRT���--^,i-~-.;���_-_ N2J��BJL.  This 3 bedropm beauty 50 well renovated It could bo now, liroaih  taklno view of Troll Islands and Gulf, nunny Roulhorn.WH.rPi JQ  font of beach, Built In eke, range and  rldpo are Included. A��klna  ���$29,5007 v/llh  half cash,  To nco Ihh.* CALLi   PETER SMITH  'u889��9463Teyfls.~~-"" ��.~~.~~~~~��� -.u��.,JT^������.f���, ,  MJD 5ECHEU LOCATION,  ' N* ''JS5S  Revenue, plusl Modern almost now well anroclI for I lorna wit I ok-  collflnllfindscoplnci'onqMlot resident al street, Main floor.fealiirqai  \\Zi bcdrSS living room with plctura W ^ ond wmj-*  brick' fireplace, coloured vanity bath and oloc rlo cablnot kllchorj  with. Bopprote dining area, Harclwood loors throHohouh RovonMO  tiillo In basomenf aroa Is fu^ly.furnlshoel w f contained, up to date  1 qiiarlerswltlv^vanity four'plocorc^  $113,00 month, Located clow to ta, park. 1school ond walor.  mJront^Asklna-$ 13,QQ0.,��lown an FlLJMJ50pJpj[*;(j^^  KENT 083-9/161 or offlco flflB-2235,  SMALL trans, radio found at  Gordon' Park.  Ph.  485-5797.  4186-31  1 PAIR boy's glasses and case-  found at corner of Manson  and Duncan. Name "Gordie"  on frame, black case. Ph. 483-  9385. 4191-31  (PnLMIJ\L H0I-P��11C  1530. ABBS ROAD - GIBSONS  Located half way up the hill from wharf, turn left ancl  you'll come to this beautifully appointee) sunken  living rm., 4 bdrm., separate dining rm, home. Excellent broadloorn, open circular staircase, fireplace  centre on feature paneled wall, Large sundeck on  all front rooms open up a view from Gambier Island,  Gibsons Harbour, Salmon Rock and well over the  Strait   to   Nanaimo. ' Would   you   believe   $33,400?  ���' M.L.S.    . &  ,E.���E, Ekdabl...,- ,926-3771 or���,.weekencl, 886-277,7  2 Hi A, ROBERTS LTD.  922-1244  I  IBS-      *  -   Lm  Box 79?, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Van. Direct: ,685-3133  " "SERVhiNGTHE SUNSHINE' COAST"    '  :         ���-',Sr=|,Mr\ PARK       .��� .  Pny.iliis! B^ncl now ^ bdrm' ll?me on ,arg0 'o1, ^usl  "bb seen to"be appreclatQcJ, Hfcirge qhfi'nlshed basement,  , House 1500 sq. .ft, .each floor,, Low down payment  ' with easy bank 'financing; and 'government mortgage.  Terrific Value���Only $29,500 F.P.  GAMBIER ISLAND  9,6 acros approx, 3 blks. from beach.,Old shack on  property needs repair. Fantastic weekend hideaway!  v        Only $ 1 ?,500, spmeterms, ,. ,,,,,.,.,  good   condition.   Phone   885-  >\?,(\:,. 9118-30  IvbV  SWIMMTNii   pool,  r.AV  iJiimp ami  filter.  Pbone ��B(J-  r-ISH   after   5    p.irv.        8UJ7-:*tl>  MARINE ACCESSORIES  INSULATED     camper     with  lights.   Fits   short   box  pickup.   Phone   88(5-2441   evenings.  .      ���        ���      ���-     9133-30  LIKE new, Poplor bed suite,  . Va tun chain hoist, jack, 110  V. chain saw, 12 V. chain saw,  battery and charger, ladders,  grinder, fridge, misc. Phone  U85-2M4. ....   .     911-4-30  FOR LETTERHEADS, envel-  ��� opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Tim-es office at Sechelt or phone 885 9654.  DROP into News, Books &  Stationery, Sechelt to . see  ,.one of the biggest selections  of Ganadiana, including books  published in Victoria by  Gray's and in Vancouver by  Mitchell Press. New titles:  Growing Herbs for .the. Kitchen; Kamloops Cattlemen;  Paddlewheels On the Frontier  and "Wagon Road North by  Art Downs; Pig War Isands  by David Richardson. From  Mitchell, the ever popular  Ghost Towns of B.C.; Wilderness Welfare; The Salmon  People and many more all  Canadian books. R. M. Patterson books now in paperback: Buffao Head and Fin-  lay's River; also Grey Owl  books. Beatrix Potter and A.  A. Milne and a fine selection  of children's books; hobby;  cook; garden; reference; travel can be found in the Times  block in Sechelt. We cannot  stock every book but *we do  offer a good selection. Phone  885-9654.     - 9126-31  Paint���Fibreglass���Rop  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air  service  __ JslYGREi*^SAL��S__.__ -  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,. Gibsons, B.C.  2   SPITS  *>f   trolling   .gur-dies,*  Offers.    Phone   885-9001.'  9129-32*  ���rrt���r ~ : rr:������   IT'    ITP.    Hints���it's . Morgans.  8.1!)-9330, Spchelt, B.C,7 7 .  8893-tfn  FOUR  burner  McClary range  with   garbage    burner,   $30.  Phone   885-2898. 912.7-30  DRY    Alder   wood   for   sale.  Ideal   I'or .fireplace  or stove,  prompt    el..* If very    Phone   ,886-  V.I9-J' ��� ' 8141-30  MOVING^ -- Must sell 19"  ...Color. Hnlco TV, console,  metal cabroet-r $1"5. Also -l1?'-'-  ' B/W Admiral portable T.V.  with stand, $50. Phone 886-  :>nr>8. 9128^3*0  ioCR"RClSOR.-$3ri; shiakes, $18  sq. (2 only). Drain tile, 2Qc  oa. (approx. 50); small'-bricks,  10c ea. (approx. 100); electric  bot water heater, 750 w. $20;  2-way mirrors, 14"x20" $8 ea.;  boat and trailer, $95. Phone  885-2464   after   4:30   p.m;  9134-30  FOR SALE (Continued)  ALDER WOOD,   but   to   order.  Phone   885-2304, if   no   reply  phone* 8H5-9;{2(). "7    8637-tfn  COMBINATION  Emer.-jon ste-  reo-r'adio, AM--FM. Also Sil-  vertone>n7antle radio, AM-FM.  And   brass ___j_r���&.,t_��creen.   886-  2916.  9058-31  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions vniay    lie    obtaiiu-d  at. The Timer,., Phone --.|85-9d54.  Quick service on all order:-:.  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  WESTINGHOU9E     automatic  washer,   front   loading,   $25.  Phone   885-2378. 9115-30  Spectacular.   One   full   Ylow   acre���School'  RoOclT  Gibsons; with 2 bdrm homo presently rented at $85,00  por month. How.could you^mlss for only  �����,,_���r, _���..._}.).jijQ00-itermsr" -����� --����� -  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  68' Waterfront, beautiful pqrklIKo propqrly, with well  Kept 2 boc|room home, Grouncls nlcoly .landscaped,  with safe pobbla beach. Lovely view of Vancouver  Inland. F,P,.$31,500,  .GIpSONS-^,  Beautiful ylow lot; BO'^l.Sp. On all, aorVlco��_ paVoc  iroad;7cQWQvls|oniiwithln:,"tVfliklno;dlstqncQltOi;schQQls��  shops etc. $4500, ,  ,'       .:'���,  .'I     ..'-.   '.-..���:    .*���   ....I-'..- 4    ������  ... .,-....... .���-���'-;������     (  --���    ,.'-v,.4.-,i   -I  -..,1  ...���,..!..,  _���,*MfWWM?wwww^S*ELMA-P^  -Bcautlful*Ylew*lo|8f80H).215��wlth|n��w<ilkln9d^  the Breakwater In Sblma Park, Th��so lots aro fully  serviced, paved road, F.P, $4500, ���'  ������'���*�����' miiinmiM wm m9m*m, m,^  Lorrlo Girard: 886-7244 or 886-7760 or  Shlflco.JanpwBky'7886-7244 or 886-2353"  nw^>R>FKH^v.>WiAffpi0Aena��.^iiHi  &*i^t^*-*ti*i*1it#i&ir*t4rttt_  ^*a|i'WW>at<W-**rt  *  M��!*����Wr*W*)��Ml*fl*  m��*W4Mnnwft  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  UK IT A PARK: Here's a perfect spot for your summer home. A lot  right on Oyster Lagoon. It's $6,000 with $1,000 down.  WATFRFRONT:   Original  evergreens and   beautiful   view'on, this .  level lot with sunny exposure on Bargain Harbour. $13,000,  LAKEFRONT ACREAGE: District Lot 3993���1 18 acres. Has 1200'  on Garden Bay Lake and  2000'  on  Mixal  Lake.  Owner will cut  in half and sell separately at $1,000 per acre.  VIEW "-ESTATE���1500 sq. ft. rancher as new. Has 2 bedrooms,  high, roughed in basement. H.W. heat, double plumbing, fireplace  and with most of the furnishings included. Sits on 12 ocean-view -.  acres with over 1300' highway frontage. Income possibilities  from 2 cabins and a well stocked machine shop on property.  $39,750.00 on very good terms. '  SPECIAL FOR KIDS! Here's a nice 4 bedroom post &* beam home ,  with.lovely view over water.  It's been completely re-finished-and  has an acre of woods to play in. This is a gbodHbuy at $14,700.00,  Call  Jock Hermon at Pender Harbour  .   (883-2745)  24 hVirs  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  How many ways cast you enjoy  m.Mm?  Fried, bolted, scrambled and poached e_jgs are a^ common part of our daily diet. But have you ever counted  the number of special egg recipes? ... or the number of  reclpess which call for eggs as one of the ingredients?  The list is virtually endless - and new egg ideas are  being created all the time. The reasons for this widespread use of eggs are obvious: High In food value, eggs  also have unique cooking qualities, which make them  indispensable in many recipes. To find how richly varied  this delightful food can be, we invite you to test our own  collection of recipes using farrivfresh B.C. eggs. It's  available free-by writing*  ��- ��� % B.a FOOD INFORMATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  ���To-  Students of secondary schools throughout British Columbia were recently given the'opportunity to express their  views on the abuse of drugs and alcohol/This was done  through an advertising contest sponsored by the Provincial Government's Counciloh Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco.  Below is the winning advertisement in the category of drug  abuse, as selected by a student panel of judges. A $1000  cash prize, for use by their school, McRoberfs Jr. Secondary School,lRichmond, was received by. Heather Middle-  mass, Maury Peterman and Christine Middle-mass, the  team which created the advertisement.  A MESSAQIS fROMI STUPBNTS Op "lUGIt MCROBRRT* JCHpO/V. lUCHMQNP. PRtTIJH ,,COLUMBIA,   i ������ ./ ���    7  uKenw*w**Hr^��*iHlfl��  tW^'WBWII��^IWlOtMt������'W��HS^<��WJWBBMW^  wwmh'WHM w^N*mftwmKwt����-mtyt^wi  f  M***J��^WI**nil'^]l,Mrtl��H��llllMll't'tlMW��*.l  \.  m*tiirttytim'*'^n*yim^itiii**#ii. fa  V i  '  ���'..*��� '^___f%' 7t- ,!S  \**\  \ \  \  \  '  V  $ays Don Lockstegd .^. .   r    : i "~~ ~ *       ^      > .  Ocean Falls a. dying city  it^iidemned -by execution  I In-  best  interest's  o��  the  human  uho serve them. A corporation, ai'-  ims no feelings; no sense of guilt,  <M1|y   one  'motive-Mo   make   profit  Us owners. There is no problem then  a   ...'i-poration   to   execute   a   city.   It  EVERYONE is  speaking  of  Ocean   Falls  as a "dying ci'ty'"as if it wcrcVpatient  dying of some m-alignant* cancer. Actually,  the city  has been condemned  to  die  by \ executioifT   Sentence   has   been   p.o-  nounced and the execution date  set.  It's  crime? Failure to. provide a  suitable mar  gin of profit for its non-human owner...  a corporation.  This execution, it carried out, however,  is., going to be an embarrassment  to  the  -governm-frn-t of Brilish Coiwi-bia-because  it  will so dramatically show people that  uncontrolled   corporations   often   do   not  act   ii  being  ter al  and  f'Or  lor  feels is.me u' .'*1C human sorrow that we  feel* a.- wc leave forever a beautiful place  we have called home. Let us not blame  the company i'or its lack of feeling when  we kiir'w'it has no heart. But let us certainly 'blame a government .which shows  no feeling for human suffering, "because  governments are composed of human beings -who are supposed to have^a sense  of responsibility i'or people and a sense  of cuilt for'wrongs done to people. Your  Page A-6 , The PenipsulV Times Wednesday, June 2l��. 1972  government,   if  should   J?e   able  it   is   worth  to   protect  the   name,  youX "  1   r  N\rc  rofn   a *  company that is prepared to destroy your  community   as   a   sacrifice   to   its 'great*'  god,  Profit..,  "Nonsense",7say the P.R. men, who  are the high priests of the Profit god.  "The machines are obsolete1'? Well wh~o"  allowed txh.em to become so obsolete over  the years? Wouldn't it have b��,en - possible to plan for a future instead of a  funeral? We know that the planning of  all large corporatiohs reaches fsr into  the future, and I believe that the funeral  ���\  of Ocean Falls has been planned' for1  many years. We cannot blame a corpora*  tion for maximizing, its profits at tl\e  expense of people, Why b^arne a company fo^* allowing construction, of expensive public buildings in a doomed  city? Its business is to make money and  -not-to���protect the  public" purse.  .But let us blame- ..-*-government. No,  let us remove the government which,*  has, --through its ineptness or through its  corruption, or both; added this swindle "of  the people of British Columbia to its  notorious   record.  ...  >  ACCOUNTANTS  Navigation  Officer  Former Elphinstone student Robert  Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norm  Franklin of West Sechelt was one  of ten Canadian Coast Guard Officer  Cadets to graduate June 3rd at Sydney N.S., as Navigation Officers. He  has completed a four year training  period and will be transferred to one  of the ships in the Coast Guard fleet.  Senior citizens visit  Powell 4liver district  WARM   hospitality     shown     by   Powell  River Senior Citizens and a beautiful  summer's day made the recent trip to  Powell iRver, undertaken by seniors from  Sechelt and Gibsons a very happy occasion.  " The visit organized by Mr. Dave Hayward, gave the Sechelt Branch an opportunity to socialize with the Powell  River seniors ancl admire their very fine  art and bobby show.  Travelling by bus, members of tbe  Sechelt Branch arrived at Moose Hall in  Powell River where they were greeted  by President Bill. Ashwood and directed  lo the lovely dining room where a delicious meal awaited them. To help improve the social atmosphere, the Sechelt  senior citizens were placed opposite Powell River members. Mrs. Mary Baxter  asked   the   blessing.  After the most delicious recast, the  visitors were escorted to the hobby show  and. were surprised and delighted with  the fine exhibits entered by talented  members of the Powell River Branch.  They also enjoyed the Seniors' Orchestra  which  played  for a lively dance session.  Sechelt's Emery Scott did some call-  iirg   until  everyone  was  exhausted.  Before     leaving   for     home     Sechelt  -Branch expressed its thanks for the royal  welcome ancl  look's  forward  lo  more  associations ot  this  kind.  W.  Philip ..Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  TpI:   Bus    886-2714    R.s. 886-7567  '   Harris Block.  Gibsons,  B.C.  APPLIANCE   REPAIRS   Guaranteed  Repairs- Fast Service  WASHERS -  DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  John  Bunyan  Niekerson Road, Box 578. SecJielt - 885-9318  For    service    on    small    appliances,    toasters,  vacuums, etc. Drop-offs and pick-ups at *  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  ART SUPPLIES          DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In "Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie  Street -  Sechelt -  885-9817  -     Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES (con.)  Free  Estimates -  Fast Service  G & W  DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  4^ow-s&A4ogs Gibsons nreh nnd'-the Peninsula^  Phone 884-5315  Box 166. Port Mellon. B.C.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All  Prefiinshed  Before  Installation.  R. B IRK IN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C  Phone 886-2551  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting  and  Engineering  Residential - Commercial  Wiring   Phone-886-7S16   JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiring and Major  .   Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt,  B.C.  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified  Electricians  Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron ^       .  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding   Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  FUEL  c  p,  CHARTER  BOATS  We'd all like a reputation I'or fjenenj-  ;.JIy, and we'd all like- lo buy il cheap.  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  'Gower Point Road  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  , *     SundayServices: 1 la.m;; 7 p.m,  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.   PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phono:  886-7107  .,_--RENDER-HARBOUR���  FULL GOSPEL    -  TABERNACLE............  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.    .  CHURCH SERVICE���-11 s00 A.M.  Pastor Roy. Walter S, Ackroyd  Madeira Park-���883-23,74 ,  SUNSHINE-COAST  GOSPECmORCfi  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ������������ IOiOO a.m.  Church Sorvlca r^ 11115 a,ral  Evanlng Sorvlco 7i30 p.m.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSELLS  PoyU Pay Road and Arbutu*  (2 block* up from Highway)  AUTO  SERVICE -     . "  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont- Equipment- Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS   ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS;  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a,m.-3 p.m.  .Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs^I^a,m,-3 p.m. 7, v,  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 pVm. '  BLASTING - ��� ��� - - -  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FRED DONLEY  Pondor Harbour - 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donloy 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  for Expert' Blasting ������"���'���'>  FRE.E ESTIMATES .,....,....,...,.  Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emerson  II No Answer Leave. Message at   , Q05n?326 ,   R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving.'2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798        Phone 885-2021        Sechelt, B.C.  ._ , ,���  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  ANADIAN      PROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable ana  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin -  Sechelt,  B.C.  e:  Automotive and Marine Repairs  v 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  RETAIL STORES   (cont.)  Pender Harbour -883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  T.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy luT  at ������Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND FLOORING  CONTRACTORS  m >^^^i^*��Mww*��i��>TeJftiBfe^W*frt|li  Tho United Church of Canada  _    SERVICES  St. -JjohnVUnlrad Church �� Davli Pay,  Sunday Sorvlcos�� 9i30 o,m,  Robert* Crook l^nltocl  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.rp.  Glbsoni United Churcri    "  -*������-" Sunday Sorvlc'os'V'IT! 15*armr"~* ���""'  Port Mellon United  Sunday ���5'arvlcos - 7:30 pirn   (,    ,,I Jutland 4 th Sunday*)  MlnlMry  Rov, Jim -Wllllairihon *Cilhionn' .,Rflo,?,333  sx-tnrr.iurJiWiiwVTWPr^  Bciplisi C/iuicli Sorvicqs  DETHEU-BAPTIST*CHURCH-  Morinald and Trail. Socholt  , i.SMhdqyXSchbol710:00 ,.,q,hi777  Morning Worship 1-1 il? P.m,  BUILDERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  * FOR AUJ TYPES -OF-BASEMENTS- *  ,l*ASY .ERECTION. AND .STRIPPING  Complolo Inutrucllunu Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  008-9668  ��r#wr*��W��W��WW*  te**v*��9jt. *$%,&&*_**y^h.1*,****^*'\','"/,\t*ia**  Park Road. G||>ioni        '  Morning Worshlpj|9:30 a.m.    '  -  Sunday School 16:45 am,���   '  Evonlno Fellowship ^;00 p,m.  .  i ooo.2isn      |   ���  . Rov, J, lii-llaiilb, Inluiinvl'uului*.  .BBo-yy/fi ���*,  i un. hi mm���r~~���r *!���t*i���i���i i**fTf T r��r rirr  ���   For All Your Renovation,  Alteration*, or Finishing WorK  call  Cor Zuidoma  PHONE 8B5-2135  _���^___^_   ^  -CUST6M~HOMES^rR"!*PAB*H6MM���  lllfili Quollly . ,., Rooitonablo Prloai  , 0uy7a ,PotKaoo*nr)d"oroc|!li7yourfcoll#'or got  our prolokMonal holp,  GARPEN BAV, B.C. - Phono EyeV, 803-27313  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ...LTD.)A_  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Dry,wall and Textured ceilings  Froo Estimate  Phono 886-7M3,  L & H SWANSON LT^       "  '     READY-MIX CONCRETE '  Sand and Gravol�� Backhoea  Dltchlqa - Excavations  7 OFFItEiiNrBERREpBCddK*  885-9666,  Box  172, Socholt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloarlnp - Excavations - Road Bulldlna  Grddlna �� Fill - Road Gravol - Crushed Rock  Phono: Socholt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping -Selective Logging  ,"";r"ft"r'    _ PETE'DUBOIS   \\  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERYICES LTD.  PORT MHLI.0N to CLE'S COVE  Toll 006^930 or 005-9973  '  'Call Uu Tor Yriiji*'Hi^'poiioiI"Ronr'fIT,   Wlion Rcnovnliiio Or Spilno Cloanlno,  Ccinininom Avnllolilo,  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  . Ten years to pay  for free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal B|ock  Next tq the Co-op Store  Gibsons     .   886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  \        Dianne Allen, Proprietor  ,    Expert Hair Styling  Sechelt, B.C, 885-2818  HEATING 8, SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  All makos Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-2021  Pox 79B  Socholt, P.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  -    * .      |  Domostlc - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Socholt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS _.  *"**^N6WlnTPo^^  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizei  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully y.cenMdPe^  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  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.  OPTOMETRIST  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales.and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETkiSI  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 v       Sech^  PLUMBING, HEATING '&. HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  ~~        SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  ��� Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S. PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD.  Goyt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ���SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for tho Do-It-.Yoursolfar  Contract & Renovations  Len' Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872  ~~' PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING        v  PLUMBING t HYDRONIC HEATING  . NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK 7  Gov't, Certified Plumber     n    .     V  Phono 883-2720  _Box 63 ^^^^^^^ ^J^^JSJ^^IL^S:.  RENTALS      ,   ..'   .   .   ,   ,  A7 C7 Rentals    Tools and Equipment  Garden Bay, B.C,       Phono 883-2585  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.Q .Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway-  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  "..     ": "Scpws ������<���. ��� Logs ���      r  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAC**  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  w.^^,^^,.!���,,.,,..,.,��,��� ���.���,���,  Phone 885-9425  fril ^Jri.n^ j6J| l.trflT^rt^pfr.'u  TRANSFER  , Llflht Plumbina .   ,    ,  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS ~  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAIUIRgS  ���'" AND'MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phona 886-7029 * 886,7086 n 886,-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  1   ��� ���    ���        i _ j   fh^<t^ft4i|iitins^��li)i����t^ ^imwMt^Hitefrr* Kf^t*^"^  wmmmmmmmm  ELECTRICIANS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ,,.���.m_rm.,..mmm,.m.mm, .., ..., ��� ,WW-���,���������������^���-.������MW.,..w.IW,  READY-MIX CONCRETE ANP   .  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ��� Your One Stop Building Stnro ���  Por All Your Building Noodn  GIPSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  ,1653 Scavlcw - Phono 886-2642  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  RoitkJontlal - Indunlrlol and Morlno Wiring  m r-EloctrttrHeor^Mno-Wonr"':   ^ Phono 086-7244  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  -Riif-ldnnlinl rind Comlnorcln|,,'Mrtlnlonnncu uml  DoMun, 'M Hour Answorlno Sorvlco,  , ��� ' FRCQ RSTIMATES  llol) Uniniinrt 886.7609     '    Ed Dnlhuky  Wypqoon Rdqd.Siiinlilna Cnoil Hlnl.sv.iy  tiox 860 - Cilbsons  iB��WllWWM^lS I* .���#B9l4l?l<am<*?*llt'*!**&*��'9ll4<*to,*9B*ttBm  JANITOR SERVICE   Wplcomo to Tho Floorshlno Coqst  4/9>t+#**lllHHV*T_lt*t**1*ft.+.tHt4.   W9M I] W 1* ���� J% \J \3 t*��\ LP *Wm*wMMMmi>imwwMI�� Xnwi^nll  JANITOR SERVICE  . SpoclolUlt. In Cloanlno - Floor WoAlng  Sproy Oufflna - Wlndoyy Cleonlnfl  RUG SHAMPOOING  ^PnWo"886^r131"^GIbaonsrP.Cr-"  JOHINSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCB  1 SpiaclaH^tna In:  Panor Hanging, inlorlor 6\ Exterior docoratlnq,  Rug Cloanlno.'AII tYpoa,of Bulldlna  Molnlononco. FKwr InMnllntlon,  .    Window Cleaning,  ''     ��� PHONE 085.971 fl AFTRR A P.M.  t.. 642 - 5��ch��It_ B,C,  "^"^"���"^''RENT^IT-AT"-  _J\H% ,,REMTA>L SHOP  at Payl* Pay  "Wa Rontor'Soll Almost Everything"  Typowrltori^.; Lighting Plants rTolovlslons  Roto Tlllora - Comont Mlxoru - Lawii RqKaa  Mechanic's Tools  PHONG B-35.2Q4B -, 24 HOUR SERVICE  '  AFTER HOURS 8Q5-2151   RETAir"'STORES"7t -    ���  C 8, S HARDWARE    .  SECHELT, n,C,  ���APPU-IANCES---HABDWARG   ,  J-IPME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885.9713 ,  THE TOGGERY    ,'  Lodlos' and Children's Wear.  Open t\_ days a weak  - _^PhonQ^B85?2G63____.  .   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  ,   Household Moying; Packing, Storag*  Packing Materials For So^o  Mombor of Allied Van Una*,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  tpholje 886-2664/ R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  ^VAREHOUSES, ,  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada,  -General-Fro'flhtrLWW  T.V. nnd  RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T,Y,SALES  6V SERYICE LTD,  ADMIRAL   ���.   ELECTROHOME  and ' ZENITH     DEALERS  Gordon Oliver - Ed Nicholson, ,  In ThQ'Hoart Of Doyvntowh Socholt  l3o^79?y Sacholt -     885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  '-M-  *oi����viWfc��iM*��ii()ttewxfftih  CawrlowStroctv,ScchQl.f  tfi&tv-KT9>*l>rt?#*ltteWt*Vi)t  1  *gW^B��iW!*Wt*. WW*MWln1 !��>W*iW.  ".mf*tiiia&it��x&#4ki/4t)*a  ,J.W  ���  . i. i .  i  '���   Your! BOslpass Card" ������  In this 8pO|Ca will  looch noorly  10,000 pnoplol  Uow cp&t �� High power  1        <(  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS   1X!ME!II��LJIPA  Apont' lor Mormoa. Typowrllors ,  PHONE 886-2728  R. D. Thomas fl, Co.  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Rauphalitorlna - ReMyllng -. Comploto Draprr>  Snrvlro,. Samples uliown In cha homo  Phono 886-2090 aftor 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  +  i* .  <\  .... /. \     s  \  Wednesday, June 21,  1972  The Peninsula Tim��s,  Page A-7  LORD JIM'S LODGE  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Heated Swirnming Pool  l'H.ghtcd youngsters enjoy the chase  ii-. Cemmo ���'disguised as Columbine  ui.il wearing the red shoes controlled  The   Chase   *���  . ���  l.y the red shoe-hook xno^in-his''possession'* leads the wicked gipsy away  ''f-om Karen. The Driftwood Players  Saunas,  Boat House  1  first such presentation in the School  District was an 'outstanding success.  Persuasion  Pictured during the Red Shoes presentation, Rinaldo Snog (John Burn-  side) exercises persuasion with the  innocent young Nels (Ted Hume)  with a few threats for Gemmo the  clown (Bobby Ashby) as he paves the  way to get Karen to wear the magic  shoes. Continuity was such that every  move  was  followed ' closely  by  the  young audience.  Driitwood Players  "Red Shoes" presentation  delighted young students  MEASURED by. the children's.reaction of  sheer delight, the Driftwood Players  presentation of "The Red Shoes" in elementary schools throughout the district  was an overwhelming success.  Not  only did  the  superbly  presented  pantomime fully absorb the children in  the wonderful world of live theatre but  also drew attention to the tremendous  talent of staff and students who partisid'  pated in the presentation.  The stage scenes painted by Elphinstone's Mrs. Marion Campbell, were just  perfect featuring the Danish village  street with the shoe-maker's shop, cottage  with lattice windows and the road leading away into the distance through  fairytale countryside. The second set was  a gipsy encampment in the forest with  gaily painted caravans and doors which  really  opened and were well used.  Elphinstone's _ textile 12 class under  the supervision of Miss Nest Lewis also  excelled with the costumes where attention to detail laid the foundation for  success.  The players performance would have  delighted the most critical audience and  to the elementary school children, many  seeing ���pantomime for the first time, they  were really intriguing. The audience was  swayed by the cajoling gipsy played by  Elphinstone's English teacher, John  Burnside; delighted when. Ihe orphan  .Karen was reunited with her grnndmo-  ihor; alternated between laughing "and  feeling sorry for tho poor clown played,  *''v'so7ri6l'ight^  joked in the,happy ending.  Playing the 'jiart, of, Karen.. EJs Zuid-  ��  R.R.  No.  1   Halfmoon  Bay, B.C. fe  "5. Secret Cove, Sechelt !*_]  | 885-2232 ��  ^/iii/igittitr/ftttf/Jtti/iiffigitriiir/ffti  JOLLY ROGER  i  i  {  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW/ DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available ~'L  R.R.  1  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.  Phone885-9998  ema added her own natural charm to the  role of the young girl tempted to wear  the magic red dancing shoes. Bobby  Ashby's miming and acrobatics endeared  him to his young audience and Ted Hume  soon established himself as tho hardworking, honest but somewhat unimaginative young man who would one day  marry the heroine. Another promising  young member of the Driftwood Players,  Eileen Mackenzie personified the "flut-  tery" grandmother. Elphinstone teacher"  Doug Honeybunn gave a fine portrayal  of a burgomaster and was particularly  adept at catching -the leaping young  Gemmo, Carrying the play throughout  was the commanding performance of  Rinaldo Snog played by Mr. Burnside.  Director of the thoroughly enjoyable  presonl.ution was Miss Colleen Johnson  who has contributed greatly to the revival  of theatre in this district.  To make sure all the elementary chil-  ' dren had live opportunity lo see lho play,  tho   group   performed   twice   a   day   at  ��������� ench'sclipol iiWhiclvJeft. .them , pretty **,-. exhausted   on   Friday   night   after   tho   Inst  presentation   for, tho   public  ul   Gibsons,  Re-united  School children watch in happy anticipation as the story of the Red Shoes  unfolds. Pictured in front of the scen-  ne-ry painted by Marion Campbell are  burgomaster Doug Honeybunn,  grandmother, Eileen Mackenzie;  Karen, Els Zuidema and Nels, Ted  Hume.  '^���BWIMNHflfMWWIilMiMliWtlWtM^  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  /      Madeira Park  Phone 883-2698  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English Bone China  *   Hand Made Arts and Crafts  *   Cards and  Gift Wrap  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  presents ^ 7���  Aune ^jrlower S^kow  SATURDAY, JUNE  24th  ST.  HILDAS HALL - 2-6 P.M.  Admission 50c ��� Children 25c  (includes refreshments^  Raffle ��� Door Prire -t- Plant Sale  Special classes for children under 12: Wild  Flowers���(membership  not   necessary   fqr  ifhis class).  ���"K    *��� X    ���"���/*  3&>  " ��B^��fc Ynbni^*^miWf.i'$titx<M-l.*-<' HU Wti. f^-.X��4*^UWii_���t'JW_'.<\9 *MW JBfM&i-fcriA^^^v.^'^VJ^^^ilrt^iiWrfrtMr Bl ^t.^_i_li.. 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Points from  these events are  added on-to- the score list.  Mile, sr. girls: Colleen Newick (6:40)  first, Kristi Larson 2nd, Katie Bilcik 3rd  and Kelly Mair 4lh.  Mile, sr. boys: Donald Brown (!>.46),  Lome Reid, Derald Scoular and Kerry  Ward.  Hurdles, sr. girls, race A: Tanya Campbell, Geraldine Bilcik, Jean Cameron,  Kelly  Lawrence.  Hurdles, sr." girls, race B: Tammy  Brown, Sheila Harris, Kelly Mair, and  Kim   Fillion.  Hurdles, sr. boys, race A: 1st Donald Brown, 2nd was tied by Henry Sund-  quist and David Hyatt, 3rd Kerry Ward.  Hurdles, sr. boys, race B: Derald  Scoular, Andy Peters, Mark Sladey and  Glenn   Dubois.  Hurdles, jr. girls, race A: Yvonne  Campbell, Kellei Page, Janet Tremblay  and   Elsie Kingston.  Hurdles, jr. girls, race, B: Toni Kraft,  Jennifer Wilcox, Kelley Reid, Lhevinne  Talcnto.  Hurdles, jr. boys, race A: Brian Scoul-  ���by  David  Hyatt  ar, Billy Peters, Bobby Bobus, and David  Reid.  Hurdles, jr. boys, race B: Glenn  Brown, Fred Warnock,' Ian Campbell and  Glen   Higgins.  Girls' tug "of War: -1st 4, 2nd team 2,  3rd team 3, and 4th team  1.  House standings: team 3 is in the  lead with 85,. 2nd is team 4 with 6J, 3rd  team 2 with 43, and 4th team 1  with 40.  Grade 7 students have beenM^ng an  interesting art project with plaster of  Paris and molds. After the plaster has  dried, it is taken ot^t of the molds and  painted and then sprayed With a clear  plastic coating. They all look quite good  and are very colourful.  On Wednesday, 14 Driftwood Players  from Gibsons visited our. school and presented Hans Christian Andersen'1* story  "The Red Shoes". It was quite good and  well  acted.  Everyone in the Elementary School  from Grades 1 to 7 will be getting out  of school on June 28. Awards Day will  also be held on the 28th and awards for  sports, service and many other things  will  be  presented.  Sechelt News Notes  ���by Peggy Connor  GIRLS fifteen years of age and older  who wish to become Hospital Auxiliary members and work as volunteers are  requested to attend a meeting to be held  in the hoard room at St. Mary's Hospital,  June   2l)lh,   Monday   2   p.m.  BACK  HOME  Happy tn be lirinc are Hie Charlie  Miliums., for lhe last five weeks they-have  been touring Europe with Charlie's daughter Mrs. .Betty llack'h ancl a granddaughter   Miss   Hrenda  Thomas.  They saw the main attractions hut  were must disappointed in Italy ftrjonto  Carlo, where a lot of people get cleaned,  was more particular about its surroundings.  Spain it was bull fights ancl flamingo  dancers.  Missing   ''rom   public   view was '  the   vessel   "Santa   Maria"   unfortunately  .she,.wiiis,.in ,di;yclock,,,.,,��� .,,.���..���,.,,���.,,.,...��� ,,.,,,,   They arrived Iri Paris tit .) p.m.only  to bu ut loss for lodging wiih no rooms  ,,lo bo hud at" m|1, Smirched all eycmlng, at.  2 a.m. it was decided they would .--co Paris  by night ns thoy wuroii'l to got any  sleep. Grubbed u taxi cab with tin Italian  driver who turned out very I'ritindly when.  Ji^iktuYmO  dim.* llii'in nil over tin* city lo hcu lho  Arch of Triumph, I'll I'M Tower, Notre  Dame Cnlhi'drnl, elc, iiiullni; vip *nl n  enfe for hi cnkl'iiHl lhe owner hid been lo  ll.ilil'us iliuing lhe win* und couldn't do  enough lor his Cuiuidiiiii guuHls, Ci'tchlng  11 it* I'In-, I t mi it out they limit were off  lu, Munich,  Fi'iiukl'tii'l, wIkm'o miinti bombs. Unci  been planted! Thoio woro police cni'H  niniilng.nroiiiHl wllh miiehlnu ,jhiiin. livery  car aviim Mlopped iiitlll Ihoy hud, .���imolu.'d  'mil  tlu:.' Irottli'luii'uUbr-H,   . ���'      ,    '    ,  Before hoarding the pltine hi coiuo  lioino nil '"pmmonnoi'H worn llionuiglily.  i-uNirclioU, un wan Iholi' luggage, Thin novo  f!Teii|. iinhuri*iice . tu * iho, lii|mmn, Mrn,  Humm enjoyed hlinwlng llio rent of tlui  fiuully Kiiropo but ll,ey nil worn only too  happy  lo .-hu. Imuk  lu Ciuwidii ..n.tiiln, ,..,  nor waving, protesting this and lhat lazing around. These boys quietly getting  down to do a job needed doing., expecting nothing, derivin-g great satisfaction  in improving the environment for the .  future fishing on the coast. This is the  .second lime oul on I his creek. Lasl lime  Karen Phillips, Jean Berry and the Bells  girls were out working along with tlie  boys.  HE$E  AND THERE  Ervin Benner is convalescing ul home  feeling fine after his short stay in Hospital.  Don't forget you are eating out this  Thursday at the Sechelt Legion Hall 11  a.m. lo 2 p.m, where the Sochelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital will be ready to serve you lunch. If you enjoy a  glass of wine or1 beer with your meal il  ,.\yill, be ayaUiiblo, v ...tiri ,...,.���,,������..��� .,.,.,,.,. ,,;���.���������   Mayor Ben Lang and his 'charmhig  wife Louise honored Sechelt last Saturday in the program planned for Premie,!'  Beiuiott  and  party.   Dental Topics  Tcmporuturo  Changes   Can  Crack Tooth  UINIVEHSITY ol7,Uliili siciopllHlii Kiy tluil, ,  chewing on ice or drinking Iml coffee wllh leu creum eventually enn iniiko  I ooIh crack.  It has boon found thai oxpunnhin from  I ion I 'find  midden conlnicllon  from cooling win uruok tooth boeauHQ toollt cnmrio!  and'tho clontlno Inyor bonotilh It, o.xpuiul  nnd eonlraol nt. dll'i'oronl raloji.  Addllloiiully, ouninol Ih u poor con*  ('itulor^crth^ smlrtnnly  ' if on'midl' '*ci)V)Vivia'l'';'l)ooiiiiKO'','llu)' clontliie  luyor bononlh If \w�� not yal cooled und  eoiiliueloil.  Tho ruMiilUng  thermal mU'ohh  ..enn ornok .joolh,     ,...,  ,  ,,..,..    .... . k|. ,:,.,,���  Thu I'IucIIiih' muy holp oxplitln why  honi  und  eold  \n\w.   duutul  puln,  Y/hh  cold,  coiiliiiollnn oi mi no I may ,,...��! tW.*,''.1!'*'L  (leVilliio unlit' II i>i:oiVnoH iiffi'uiinl  llio'hiid-"  Mlllvo nurvo ondlngH of tho pulp, li'N^au-*  .,hI��h...|'i'o!u hoiil eovild ul.t-0,miiko (lojUliiti  elojio In on lho pulp and Iriggor puln,  Working wllh oMlruoloil human nnd  oiiUlo Toelh H liitH boon dlm'ovoi'iul thul  loulh tiniumil can mil'lor "thtirinnl t'ulltpio"  from tho. cuiii-iliuit loiiiponi^iro ^'hnui.os  IiihIiIo the mouth when pooplo coiwuimo  Hitch Uiingis mt hut eol'foo and eold leu  ei'tmni.  Commemoration  To commemorate Premier W. A. G.  Bennett's visit to Sechelt, Mayor ��en  Lang .receives a presentation set.of  cuff-links and Mrs. Lang received a  British Columbia cup and saucer.  Watching the presentation is Provincial Secretary Laurie Wallace.  Pender Auxitoy  June 14 meeting  ATTENDANCE at the June 14th meeting  of Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary  was  gratifyingly  large  with  thirty-three  members present.  President Mrs. Jakey Donelly read a  report on the last meeting of the Coordinating Council and described some of  the new equipment supplied to the hospital. The whirlpool bath is not only useful in the treatment of arthritis but gives  the disabled, a simple and refreshing way,^.  of having an effortless bath.  The hospital has been suppUed with  a library cart by the Halfmoon Bay  Auxiliary and could use current issues of  magazines and paperback books in good  condition.  Eunice ' Pqrteous and Gladys Brown  gave reports on the activities of volunteers in the hospital gift shop and the  thrift shop.  Posters are placed in local stores and  marinas announcing the fishing derby  and its regulations on July 1st and 2nd  and books of tickets have also been distributed for sale. Tickets may also be  purchased from members; there are numerous prizes including $100 first prize  for the largest salmon. Sorffe^af the prizes  will be for holders of lucky' tickets, so~  - il is not necessary to catch> a salmon to  win  a   prize.  A schedule of volunteers for duty nl  lhe weigh-in station was arranged ami  some time devoted to preliminary tU.-  cussion concerning the fall carnival.  A vole of thanks was given Nan Larson for selling Auxiliary souvenir;: in her  gift shop. Tea was served after tho meeting  adjourned.  September 12th at 1:30 p.m. is'lhe dale  of the next meeting.     /  Pen-Pa Is  When  Mrs.  W.   A.   C.  Bennett last  ���visited Sechelt in 1969, little Indian  ���. Princess ��@eraldine Joe liked her so  ' much that, she stayed by her side all  day.  Since that time Mrs.  Bennett  \has    corresponded    regularly    with  ���^Geraldine and it was a happy reunion  I when they met again on Saturday.  ..Pictured on right with Geraldine and  } Mrs. Bennett is Sechelt's May Queen-  elect   Mickey  Spence   who  will  be  crowned  at a   school function this  ' week.  The Peninsulo Times Wednesday, June 21, 1972  Valley     Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  available  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine Coast1 Highway  885-2812  ia��yresF����^^  <WWWMUWWWUMI*tMUWMMWtMMMMUWMM^^  BelyOhUs  WATCH  LANDSCAPE  TIP  If your lawn* is* shaded--until nuon,  grass won't survive more than a year nr  two. This is because the sudden 'eyposmr*  "'to*' Heat "of. ':'';'thF''l8TitV','ih'':'''mldtifty,'"'6i','''''t'Tl('r-  noon, al'ler a cool, shaded morning, sciihl*-  tho grass, closing tho stomata,* or iniiuik*  "openings'   in "the loaves, '"'.This1' slops  Ihu"  life-giving process of photosynthesis,  Stones &  Fine Gilts  A Specialty  With Us  It's leap Year  �����'.-  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  700%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, Ere. 885:2421  ^VVWWWIfVVyMWIWfWWWWWlIWllWWMWWWWWWMMMVWWWWWWWW1  Oro your mark...get set...go!  PPOJUCT  .I'll I'I ilimloiio Iljult EM iopIJii 'mjioLJ' Uki  IW^*T|WWi<*r4*��^^  In... purl In ii HporlH (lny |)ru|iriiiu. i.ltiul.id  to t'liuin out Wllmin Oi'ouK ImUniil   WorK-  liig   iiuilnly    on" IUihIoii* Crook".   \w.\i\.  , Known tin -Ul I lu, CrutiU, wiiro -.DiiMt Nullum, Tim OI��t}ii,,,..l*rli|i^..hiwK��ii,,,,l?;il,J?(;)w-  im'm, .Sew/Ian CloKuol, Hick Jin'olmen, Mr,  tuul  Mi'M. Hill und  Mmi  IliViikln,'  Hill  Itunklu   in Ihu  power tuiw,  tlui  JiuIm wltli itNwrvniti'iiKtn��rrnkPHjbrivwn;   : "Tho* Jnvi^tlKtUorK tsay ihirerHUhul'-"Ih1 ' ���  ���-l-()gf.ltifro|KMniilons-hni1*flllort*ilio*X'i,oolr^  coinpl-Jloly,.-.w.llli-.a,ooln���v,Tli��row\vari<���|-liruo -iw in-llio ,,li|tnku, ol��.n   ho|.P,drliik,. J.��ul.  wlioir Uu? toollr iiurfrico Ih mibjoutticl lo  nuflclnn tuiiiporiitiiro'ilropii, llko oiUliixiir  tli'lnkliui lUiiiuilliliiH uulil, lho uiuinui"  tuiidn lo eonli'iitiUiind'In tmiru miHuopllhUv  lu;crticklnn, *���--��������-t"imtti||iinDuntnl* Aimn,  Get our new Holiday H  lightweight chain saw now  Still only $134,95  ,   .Qlyq^you omooUi, fnal-notioiietartB ,���  yvlUi Ju��t ngontlo puJJITIionnw Holldny.ll  la'pnoKod withfonUilosl Advanced  onrburolornnd Ignition nyniom,  Autoinntlp olllnn. Oomo on in mid mo  , tha taunhaat liulo llghlwolahi gholn   Ll, saw mound,.. tho now Holiday &���*���������.. -  ..>...  l)loi!lu>noh 11) i\i' woro t! 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H.(��M^.I,r^w.r ������.!,>  '-���ORANGE'''jJU|GE''^orici"'Swoo��ohQ(ir'4a'Qx;'7''':^ 7777-^9 -"  E&l HR^R^IBWl^    _T*__\'_\_f____    IXAfW    ^��^'n Mood, f%        ^Vd^  L-POG-FOOD-' HWM%^=r,,..  .       .     4ior 89��  SHAMPOO^^^ 32 ok, .:   79c  LAUNDRY DETERGENT  ^iiflit        5 ��. *��79  i ���ft.  \\  "7rK7T^  \\  Section B  .-aphic   '.  ���- ���' ��� *  ���        r..- 4, \  oerv  istri.es  ce  Wednesday, June 21, 1972  Pages  1-8  Wr  Don. Lockstead  ackenzie NDP Candidate  attacks pulp town clostire  ifiitiiiiiiiiiistmstiittitiJiiii/iiiiiiQ  *" GIBSONS  ATHLETIC  ASSOCIATION  ASEBALL  Travellers  Home and School Co-ordinator Mr. pert  Teddy Joe Just, back from consultations in Ottawa, has -the pleasant  duty of presenting a cheque to the  Sechelt Student Residence School  Band which participated in the weekend All Indian Tattoo in Prince Ru-  Accepting the cheque on behalf of the Band are from left in  costume: _ Jenny Wallace, Gilbert  Francis, Patrick Wells and Rose  Galligos. The totems have been  freshly painted by Mr. Jamie Dixon.  MIMOT,  IE24fh  BROTHERS-PARK  GIBSONS  STARTING 9 A.M.   j  All  Kinds Of Games     |  Will Be Played |  * FUN |  +> COMICAL |  ^SERIOUS ��  Several visiting teams including a ��  visiting North Vancouver Girls team. 8,  Presentation of Awards and Trophies, *_��_.  at approx. 2 p.m.       *      *-   ����� .*<  Resolutions passed . . .  Senior Citizens Assn.  19th Annual Convention  SENIOR   Citizens-   Association   held    its  19th Annual Convention June 13 and  14 at the Royal Towers Hotel, New Westminster, B.C.  Delegates from Branch  69  .iSechelt^* were:��� Mrs-. -^Mildred-Whittaker,-,  and Mrs.  Hazel Evans.  *    The resolution on the old age security  pension   created  considerable  lively "discussion.  It was  finally decided  to  seek  a   basic   pension   of   $150   a   month,,  no  means  test and  to  be  increased  accord-  ��� ing to actual cost of living. * Basic pension is now $82.88. An increase in income  ,  tax exemptions to $3000 for single pen-  7sioners and to $4500 for married couples  was requested. Also toviherease assets allowable for supplementary social allowance claimants from $500 to. $1000 for a  single person.  "Other resolutions, passed, ulged the  provincial government to provide more  medical and nursing-care for pensioners;  more low rental projects; more suitable  B.C. Medical Plan, and free or subsidized  ambulance service to unorganized territories. The govt, was also urged to increase the coverage under the paramedics  -act,to,.$100���instead .of,,$35,,as,.at._pre_s^  Legalized  lotteries under govt, super-     tnrough property taxation;  "Why should  DON Lockstead, NDP candidate, for Mackenzie, travelled to. the most northerly  lommunities of the constituency recently  .<> meet with concerned groups in the  area who  have requested  his assistance.  Lockstead spoke to public and union  meetings at Bella Coola and Ocean,Falls,  -���ontacted forestry and fisheries officials,  and discussed the problems of the Indian  peoples with band leaders in Bella Coola  and Bella  Bella. *  At Ocean Falls, where the entire community may be destroyed following the  closure of Crown Zellerbach paper mill,  Lockstead conferred" with union and  Manpower officials in an attempt to dis-  cover a viable alternative to the closing  of their only industry. Speaking at a  meeting of the International Brotherhood  of Pulp, Sulphite* -and Paper Mill Workers, Local 312 Thursday evening,. Lockstead denounced' the provincial government for allowing .the present plans for  the closure of the town to continue with-  -out considering alternatives. Some good  alternative plans have been suggested,  Lockstead stated, particularly by the  union leadership, and it is imperative that  these possibilities be given immediate and  thorough consideration by provincial and  federal governments.  Speaking to a well attended New Democratic Party meeting in Bella Coola,  Lockstead spoke of his party's concern  about the decline in quality of t education  in British Columbia. He acquainted the  meeting with the Nt)P policies on, educational finance and- assured" his listeners  that his party would show leadership in  education, while, restoring to the members  of the B.C. Teachers' Federation their  bargaining rights. Lockstead promised  that an NDP government would scrap the  very short notice and were well attended.  ' "a"'c <n IV''ackenzie are.realiy concerned  about the future".  ROBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING  see THE TIMES  vwvwwwinnnfwwvwiivwinMwwwwwwvvi^^  DOMINION DAY WEEKEND  4. ^  EXTRA FLIGHTS TO VANCOUVER AND  NANAIMO  Weekend  Excusions effective Friday  p.m. to Monday  p.m.  SECHELT NANAIMO  ^ 15.00 return  Sechelt or Gibsons-  Vancouver $20 return  (Children 5-11, half regular fare when accompanied by adult)  For Further Information Phone:  VANCOUVER  685-4922  NANAIMO  753-2041  SECHELT  885-2214  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  P.O. Box 640  SECHELT, B.C.  ���,.-->" ^^������-���7Gor��essi o.-|Vstanch .bRJeratihqs*., for ��������� yoffijp..!  convenience.  1  �� Anyone willing to help in the Concession  5 is asked to phone Mrs. Nancy Douglas  6 886-2103.  fev COME ONE���COME ALL  ^ AND SUPPORT THESE KIDS  | You'll Have Funl ^  6B, as at present  ,'Eurther resolutions requested all ambulance services, to  be .included, in  the  I _\_^ tyWiti    j-a^i  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE PAD  ��� This free femtnder of com  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad", Please note that space Is limited and some advance dates may  haye to wait their turn; also that this Is a .'/reminder!^, listings only.,and,.���.,���.;  cannot always carry full details. '  ^Juno^a���o^^^ and Asboclalo membors    '  mooting, Brlriq a friend,  '���Juno, 21��� 8 p,m, J^cholt Legion Ha  Juno 2*?���11 a.ni,-2'p,m, Socholt Legion Hall, Socholt Hosp, Auxlliaiy    .  Annual Luncheon.  Juno 22���8 p.m. Pcndor Harbour Community Hall. Blnno,  Juno 23���8 p.m. Socholt Indian Hall. Bingo,   , ��. ,     ^ ?  Juno 24���2 p,m.-6 p.m, Si. Hilda's Hall, Secholt 'Garden Club FloW  Show,  Juno 24���7:30 p.m. Masonic Hall, Roberts Crook, Jobies Installation,  1 July l���8 a,m,-8 p.m.'Poncjor Harbour'Hospital Auxiliary Fishing'Dorbyi ��� :  July 2���8 a,m,,-2 p.m.'Pondor*Harbour Hospliol Auxiliary Fishing Derby,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  | Multiple  Ultimo  Sorvlco  Vancouver Real Estate  ' Hoard  ���"-REAL-ESTATE���-  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  .Phono 885-2235 Box 128, Socholt, B.C,  Or cgllToll   Froo  from  tho  Greater Voncotryor' Aroa  '     , ZEnltlv2021  vision, with benefits to go to charitable  institutions, was supported. Also a cabinet  portfolio to care for the welfare of the  elderly was considered a necessity. v The  controversial resolution on amalgamation  "was defeated.- * ���- '������-' '-"**���������**-- *  The report on housing showed that  when the recently completed projects,  plus those under construction, are all  completed a total of 8000 pensioners will  have been comfortably housed since May,  1971. Truly a remarkable accomplishment. Even so, there are over 4000 on  the  waiting  list.  The new "courtesy cards" soon to be  issued, created a great deal of interest.  The Hon. Isabel Dawson explained their  wi'U'^llo^ ��� 'the,, ;yf.{j��  ��.red wcjedr^afejof���-��� *i"* ^'J1  is* hoped that  tation  syslems  alsd���B;C. "Rail-  bus systems, Also  motels;  reslau-  .   Somali   pensioners   are   advised   to   apply   for   one.  The application forms have already appeared  in  the daily  papers.  Soon they  will   appear   in   weekly   papers.   Forms  must be completed correctly, or they will  be returned to the sender for correction.  These cards come into effect on July 1st.  ,4 Mrs. Dawson also.announced'a,$10,000  grant for a drop-in centre, 411 Dunsmuir  St��� Vancouver, for the elderly. You are  fym Invited'; to:' dropjin* f or!"a' cup'; of 'tea."' and to  rest your feet for a half hour or so in  between your shopping forays. This will  be very welcome-to those using thd locnl  bus, especially in the coming Winter.  The convention  next your* will  also  bo hold in  the Geator "Vancouver urcu.  your tax bill show a mill rate for education and not for highways or dams?"  he asked his audience. He contended that  the  present  system   of   educational  fin  ancing, coupled with the government's  school referendum -set-up- were-deliberate  attempts to set taxpayers and educators  against one* another and those who are  suffering as a result are our children,  who are caught in the squeeze.  Lockstead returned to Powell River  Sunday after a week of strenuous travel  and conferences, more confident than  ever that his support is growing throughout the constituency. "People have been  marvellously friendly and helpful to me",  "Meetings were organized on  the stated  -'.  I L^ono  MARINA  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and Service  'MERC CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  Monday to Saturday  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2248  _)*#>'__*,Ml .<_  ��� *-llt**L l!^.�����^*^F.^��*1^��1':J*rt���, i*** |*l<r  t*!9H.    a    ��� !��*?"*(���-����� J-Jf!***!  .1.'.,.  Kelowna Charter 1972  . , l      l Iff    *.."���.������  ,..: V'��^:  offers added benefits  IN WHAT Ih referred to uh "The Kelowna  Clmrtcr W2"," Premier W. A. C, pon-  noil, hos announced a.number of bpnofllH  nn well .as cancellation o. the unpopular.  Gift Tux, Notable changes include;  1,  Tho Provincial supplementary  allowance.'.or^ ,  Ineroafida,"""'" '���"'"* ���'-"'������""''���'"���"'  ' 2. Provincial social aHRlislanco1 bonoflUi  to qltlnqnB who are handicapped throw-th  ago, mental or physical*disability ,vyill bo  a/..aln IncroaBo'd,     "'" ' '"  . 3, The*minimum wago ncalo,ol' llio  , province .will bo, )nore��Hocl. ��...,...,.. ,.  '  ., Social ��HfilH|,anco  to the youth of'  nohool and unlvorflHyrUKo of lho province)  ^.for,��.U'ulnlnii��on*.thQ,.,job.aiii'ough���un4��um--.  ployeos' fiubHldy will bo lnHtll,l'il,q(l by tho  Provlnolal^Qovdnmwnt'H .Bharlns , hi tlio.  .puymont of ,waK0H and huIiu'Ioh,  l11''-''FinHhor,''V|,o'','tho,'''',nnhoun'3Qd'i''p'oll(,,v  of th��?( Provincial.Government -io fonn a  now Crown CorpbrMloir, The WrlUnh c;ol-  umbln Povelopmont Corporallon, which  >( will Hupply now lowJnteniHt )oan�� Hw the  [     procoHHihK'oC farm protluclH and for hoc- ,  ondary manufneturo, tho Provincial ��ov-  ���herpmont will i\Iho,"at-M.be noxt'ROBRion ol| "���  ���  lho Lquliilaliiiro, lu ��H'clei<*lo.bnIl(l*up on i  pllal lp tho himdH ol'i-nrltlHh Columblaniv  cmicul miccofiflld'n cUiLfon' and oancol tho.'  "Hift i��ni liv tho pvoVinx'or'n   ' '  am  edvaurcin  UDVL  NOW OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND ..  ��w  Wf  Under nov/ managemonr of "The  Kulywacks",    both   experienced  cooks, v/ho aro happy to bring  you   "TOPS"   in   all   foods.  Htfurs eonilnionclnis Jiin'o "12th Will boi  Sunaay to Thumdfly. 7 a.m. 'till! p;��rii  8, Fr'day and Saturday, 7 a.m. 'til 1 a.m.  K  7*  rV~^fW~WlflfWMlM  *ea  HOME BAKED  771ph.il '��� f^adlriei,  ON SALE  w*Hnnmvtw*44*4y4vM%nim44*44ttwiiii<m/ivNV4\nit^^  FRESH LOCAL SEAFOOD  ^.:^p CHICKEN  some of our many"-sp^dalfies  I \fr*^mp>toi^.4&!^4*^)fy'i4^^ ^w.jM'w tmw��WtelM^H**H*i*^*^  ���W,t**f.��W       1Hfr>-��  EORXOUR ���NEW RECEPTION ,OR CLUB BANQUET,.,,  :io." mTn.'"'from"EarlTCbyo"TRUBt'rLASCE RESTAURANT ;  *^w^wi^��^i��#iWs^i��!^^h��^^ E9 ww��w��iwwi.��p.,s  '.^     ,t!��,  ���88'3��9628���  .u.-  m  DIMIIMQ ROOIVI CLOSED TIL 6 JP.M.  rtlSSXlSi  ia>nimu..'.)ii.u  Music /or your dining grid dancing pleasure  ���provided^Y^o^popular*  Country Rock Group  tenrTSHWSftrliaswttss^^  ���.a***.******.., .WN  tytmiMaai  J  I r>tml,yi!,ir| '  -DINING-ll^A.M.-tov9-l*.M.  CABARET 9 P.M. to 1:30 A.M  *** _fr\< ��^''fi���^___'_fr_i'tfr^' M M  w^wA'tT'ra ** ____^^^��*#^>>****t* wm ��m^^^m^40^^firmmfm��m^vk <^*r_W |M�� _W 'tete&mmmmm  'Sun'6hlrr��rco"a*sir,*w"  Hwy m Socholt  - Mi i.  cmi/Uula  Inlnc  f  ~\... In  CHINESE  SMORGASBORD  -5?30��p,mrt��*8s9%P"rm*"  Sdti��rday*and"Surtday  PIZZA  Soryocl In Pining (loom  ijat^u.n.UUiJW'iW^.<J^U4aj|iiwUJUtiMWa��aB^  .^wfM'ftwAr*^,  Saturday and Sunday:  LOBSTER TAILS  ��� 73  PRIWIE RI8 ROAST  3' O fBL  ,mf 1^*4   9^^^f  msmfym fiii^mw .mfijf  ri"v"^jr*t'ti#''t' "  WITH ALU THE TRIMMINGS  msmtmmBm  7m   ri   ��,it7trt��r. ^* t A , ,     ���? r, * . 1  m��yWofliWTT��f^Sl  ,:\^7,.m'7���l,...,i, ,  l      '  *mtHfmmmwm>$��f>  ��A  ���m*mk!*ht��\mtmi.'*  ^.*��i&!mmM>  ��%fm  m^^^m^^mm'l0mmmmlffmm^  mmmmiMiimtv&jf*.  BBS  7���  WtMwMNWty-^^  ^ ,f ^.. ^***  ^^'^'j CTBSONS  lf*"v  iiiili'ling   :i  coiirl   an.  \  OFFICIAL 'opening   lar.t   Saturday  I'lhins-tunt-'   lJiiiTiPf*r   Mu-'fum  new .hPuiU|iiai'tcr>:   \>y   Pio-mier   W.  l-hnmrrt-marlu-d ���UiotuiT ini-lestono  of  in  A.  in  Ihf  'ilf,.  (7  tin-  advance  during  recent   years  of   Gibsons  village.  -   ���   ��� '" "~   Construction  some  years ago  pinsjiprrii   arul  nf-nPt  I  ttecl  accord-  of a new municipal hall  did not go entirely unchallenged but,7t was badly needed and  at a cost of about $40,000 at that time,  tnxpayt'i's might now con.^ifkM-jh^mselVps  lucky to have a t'uiu tional building which  today  would Cii.-.l  i.lui'.lilp Ihal   tigi-n-*,  VV-hPiiv   il    wa-.    Considcii'fl      that    the  o     !if,u.*.ifil     Hip   m agist rat eV,  rathi.'i* ."Tamped   mu?eurn,   it  .���..uiuil   hud   acquired   at  the   nucleus" 'of   a   fine  Mayors of the Province of British  Columbia" are the first "to receive  ruff-links from Premier W. A. C.  Bennett, in recognition of their serv  ices. Making the presentation to May-  Souvenir  or   Wally   Peterson   of   Gibsons   on  Saturday; ihe  Hon.  W. A? C: Beri��-  nett. said the Premier does not even  have a pair nor does any, member  of the cabinet. Mr. Bennett received  a copy of the'Gibsons Landing Story  by-M  tablish the Elphinstone Pioneer Mut  seum.  Was   clear   In,*  reasonable   t'usl  civic  centre.  With lhe knowledge and ability of administrator Dave Johnston, council has  now taken the next step and, with certain grants and low cost loan, has wisely  expanded the building to not only pro- s  vide quarters for the public library but  added considerably to the size of the  museum. The whole project has been  further enhanced by extensive land-  Such is the course of progress. However, it should be noted that such progress  and subsequent development do not come  ajone. It does not "just 'happen". Behind,  the scenes a great deal of discussion,  planning, deliberation and time demanding meetings place a great burden upon  elected representatives; Decisions are not  made lightly of* autonomously. They are  weighed with caution, future needs and  financial   feasibility.  Naturally any services or added facilities haVe lo be paid for. Consequently  taxes tend to increase somewhat is innovations are established. What is overlooked, only too often, is the fact that such  things as water, power and sewers, are  essentials and costly. They do, however,  lead to growth of the community which*  in turn provides additional revenue to  the village coffers. Thus helping provide capital for other less important but  welcome facilities such as parks, ball  fields, paved s'ide roads and sidewalks,  added street  lighting etc. etc.  In the process of such progressive  growth, new stores move in, light industries establish in the area and-most important, Jobs- are - created. Very many  young people are able to obtain 'work  in their own district rather than having  to pack-up and seek employment elsewhere.  '���    ardless of  recent  criticism,   which  id seem-, stems from the politically  i     i    ted.   Council   of   Gibsons   has   ac-  ��� died   a   great   deal   and  'deserves  ���ommendation for its efforts.  'or Wally Peterson recently replied  i' critics   by   outlining   accomplish-  ' of his council during the past few  There is no point in repeating them  "y are all fact and should be suf-  t'-'.''ly   well-known   to   all   taxpayers.  ���_      I'imt  be  it to. say;  the  village  has  grown  "���gtv _  " Mayor and aldermen have all-Tnayed  their pari whether Ihey be new or old  members of J he council chamber. F-erfru'**-  nately politics as such have not played  a part in municipal affairs. From what  we see of the rise and fall of some bodies,  controlled by politics, then it is to be  hoped council keeps well away from that  influence. NPolitical disruption in council  chambers can only vptard progress and is  an expensive null-.tone, the community  can   ill   afford.  , We can only suggest MIip-. general public continues tn give"Toi���elected representatives the fiilK'st support. Thoy were  elected to do ��� tho best job possible for  the community and from many years  'experience and regular coverage of council meetings we know them to be carrying out a job that many other larger  communities   would   be   proud   of.  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Vyednesday, June 21 _  1972  ^llllllllllllllllllllll^illllSl?^l!llimiiillil!i[ll!lllik  NEVENS  RADIO  & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL -PHILIPS   ,  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  JfJ ^ JJp 3J�� *F  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  I'  IDEAL FOR  FIREPLACE  PROMPT DELIVERY  PHONE  886-7292  wmmffjrMmffFJMmiffwwffMJffMMfffMjr&X  W<m*m*mmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm_mi flb I  NLUI-4  OR  STOVE |  i  '^mmMmm^m_wm_wmm_wm_w_wm^m_wmmwm-w_��m^mfm^rarm^Mr*rMwmrmm^^mmM.9&  Use 'Times Adbriefs to Sell Reht Buy. Swap, etc.  uy Direct from the Mill  Cut all sizes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction grade, 6|*a  random length          _.__ b.m.        J_.SU  PRE-CUT  HOMES      3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package   Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  Number two and btr.  bevel siding  p.m.  H65  210 Ib. roofing sq. butt-  all  colours      10.95  Surrey  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  9815 Robson St. 588-5441  AT YOUR  tore-  Pioneer  Pictured wllh Hon W, A. C, Bonnet!  (lurlnp, the opening of Elphinstone  ���Pioneer 'MuHeuiWJhj; (*l|),son>. Is Mr.  -Ross t'llb.son nnd lu\ aunt Mi\s, Cirneo  (Jln.sKford Chnmberlin, tho I'lrnt white  child to he born In Gibsons nnd Iho  oldost71ivrn^7ndK!elfdO)H of, lho' Gibson I'nmlly. Mrs. Chamberlin nnd  Hon W, "fi. (Y Bonnotl-"jointly performed the rlbbon-cuttlng ceremony,  Jremier cuts ribbon  Gibsons athletic bulletin  'Hiltf Inn fulHo-linproHHluu.-Oiii^  bo1nf.fi    Api'll ' I*-niKl 'I'tihH'  SI*.VI*.I"AI. pooplo-nro, under Iho Impi-on-  nlon tlml Ihu mrmboi'Mhlp onrdn thoy  purohnnod IuhI. full nro nllll valid I'or  Ihlti-yt'ai*  ITho'iI yonr  IhruiiKh lp Mnroh !U.   ..,,, .,...���  Mombornhlp enrdn (bluo onoiO rocolv-  od In April 1071 expired Moron 31. H>72.  Therefore If you do not havo 'n 1072  monilHJi'Hblp curd* you will nay tho full  ,r��Hlislr��tl��)n...l'()r....,yomv..oblUI. for. bunoboll,  nwlmmln.. nnd nocoor,  Tho    Alhlotlo    AHROclntlon    depondn  rqnl f_ood fihow f(>i' ;ouiv,community,  Alhlotlo AflHoehdli'm would llko to thank  tho HpoiifiorH who    no  ....oiiMroimly  o��nn>  4hroU'tfhTwhlM<'n��d^  '���niHl^timplroH1, who'ftnvc tholr ;Hpurp' time ���  t(,i noo,l,hi|lv,t.ho lddn had n, .{ood bull iioii**  flOll.  ,,.., Ah you know the "��1h hnvo boon out  Rolling' bnoobnll ��� tlolcotn. Tho prb'coodH  from thono Ro partially to old Minor Lon-  ,,HUQ i3,��oc.V>i\llr_. ttii.cl���.n".rtlf\lly,...,t,o \\w loi'nl,  iiHHoulntloiiR, Apornon olno linn �� ohnneo  to win nn nil oxponno pnld trip to tho  COMMENCING JUNE 22  . * '���  lill-Bilsrstwli *sS��>lW *WSP*t hiWllW.H Si*,,<v, i il -*ii*'-j|Ji i*. ft* *il��ir0.f^llf# Mi. ,. Jt�� |* j'l^irtrf'^'f ^V^i'(i^Wlfe'i M***.*1* t<*5Jv*ll 1 *M'��W* W*'*l*'-at';l**>'l^*-Hi***' W'lpis M-l ****����� t*f'ill*9^.s.  .,V mtr��<.t aft*M*Ma��MS*i**i..'t i ii.^>S*v^^^ii  / DAIRY PRODUCTS  o rem os  ore now available  CONSULT OUR REGULAR ADVERTISEMENT FOR     MANY EXCITING  SPECIALS  HIS WE  OFFICIAL  oponliif.H  menu  lionofllH  for  mnny   pooplo  und   pro|O'0HH   -fur-tho  pi'ovliu'o, oommontod T'romlor W, A, C,  Honnotl "ill Innl""Sn'hi'rdily'H' np-'inliif.  of  KlphliirStono Plonoor7Vhif.oum InCllbRonn, ���  Mr, lionnoil (.'onfU'iilulided tho Plonoor  MiiHoiini AmhooIiiHuii undor Mr, Hokh Olh-  nonr nnd   -."owh'II   undor   Mnyor   Wnlly  "I'pKTWon'-l'pr-'miiklnf.'-the-now-promlKON -  nvnllnhlo, ,    .  Mr, (llbnonn oxplulnod I hid  thin'wan  ���tho.:.lhlrtli..lH,niiiln|.(���.,oL..niail'��cliri..ilu).J'.li'iil;..,  Iiolni. In lho bnnomonl of Mr. IAjh Polor-  "fion'H homo, Ibo noron'd"hv tho bnnonlont  sol' lho Muulolpitl Ol'fl'oo und, now In Hh  own prmulHOH In tlui (now whi|.| of Hie  * Muiilolpiil Ifull, '' "' '   ji^^uailnB^ti:onvjn^QUoiii.OL.ooi,\ui:alu1rtfc-  llon  rooolvod   from  liVtdond    MP Mm,  Grnc'o Mcilnnln  who upon* , purl  oiv hor  "ohlldhoorl in CUhnnnn, Mrisr Qllwon "Hnld  "Too oflon do wo  lonvo  It toi> Into lo  'Kpont'lv"oii*monloH*i'Qool*vcd*f i'om"tho*N(do  '* 't' _ f        ...... . .,\\\\A      \tt\tt\     u,r.1lu     1 li/k     twIiiiaI ,1 if      i lith itl *", iitt I  ^.1.  of.momboi'Hhlpn, Tho roRlHtnUlon i'oo for  Miioh Hpoi't covoim tho limurnuuo for ouolv  child nnd I'onlnlrnllon of lho loom In tho  Ioii/uiom,  ' Tho mombornblp foo onnblon the' CUlv  hoiim Alhlotlo AH'ioolntlon lo pmvlclo tho  o(|iilpmoul nnd unlformn for nil tho ohll-  di'tin who.\vlnh to pnrtk'lpido, Our moiii-  horrtldp��lH*.oivly~l|iIl����nd*'ro(j(lHU'nU()i\ -In  mont.c'iiHOH In l.Hilwoun-ii:!,.mul ij.fi. II luii'l  oxponHlvo nl ��dl7Wo nro vpry forlunnlo  Uml thu Amioolnllon oim opondo on thin,  -Iti*-othor**tiroi|ii.ri��|{lHti'��ll<)n fooH are miioh  child' who roIIh tho wlnnlnn tlokof'wl  win,JiiJOO,, In ?m\\, 'rhoro will bo pooplo  HOllliiR thi.no until July,  'Plonflo 'flup'p'oi'l" IhlH; drive, Tho monoy  will bu��� nronlly *npproclntcd nnd nur'oly  nouclod, Two diiyn lo romombor In .hmo  aro lho 111 i\w\ 'M, both bmiobnll clnyu.  Thoro will bo All-Slnr Knmon, Hllrl^'  KamoH,���|)ronoiilatloiw���nnd_rpfroflhmonlfl,,^  Support your kldn, plorimilll  SEA CAVALCADE ENTRY  ,rho,,,AH��p<JlHtlon:.Ji pUiMHod' to mum.  wo n'lll hnvo to buy npd  provide  oolloot lloniH wlrtoh iiroHorvo our lilnlery",    'ho Hnme (Klulpmonf, uhlformii, oonchon  Una. .aimtard  Cl^mMU*.   tho  tlml ' Kin'll-T*,^" lnvo��������"Iu'V"'  hlitiVor,, fttioli, nn, Norlb Viuhiouvoi:., mid unoo,fhht:Wm ^llq��n*"MoI^nzlo;wlltto*  Hurroy,, PnrontH llioro pay nnywhoro from  ij.10 to4\m) for onoohlld to play bftfio*  ball npd wo undornlniid lu Powell River  tho I'oidHli'atlon Ih $!'"' nor child por nporl,  ^o.jwuL.i'RajnombfiraluiunncUJioiilHii'iiUon-  ronlly don'i nmount too much,'do ihoyv  i You will...njjreo,,thai...thosp,.nroiui nro moro  ilovolopod and liorvloocl bitter thnn mini  but  profiont ii�� ,ln, tho Minn Son, CiWolondo,  ConloHt, Sho In i.< ntudoiit id tho Uhlvor-  nlty of B.O, and, In tnkln.-. Jfllomoniary  Kditoutlon, Klloon workn on lhe 11C, Foi1-  .riCiijiB^OWrt'iUWMn'tcUot-nnrtjJWoyB.  It yory much, Her hobbles nro sowlnit,  paint but, nnd (Irtima, ' Hho a Iho, onjoyn  Hwlmmln^ hnd-oyullnn, A| nlnotoen Klloon  In ii orpdlt to thin community nnd n loVoly  nlr), Good luck Iillloonl  additional introductory  OFFER  i*t��t��mi[.ffri��WHWm^  MHHm^M^i^^  i<ii>wiW^M��W^sa��w^^  rJh**"* JW.��i**>Ml   t*��r'  white ohlkl to bo born In OIIjmoiim and lho  _U\_.\ BiivvWInR mom hor of th'o orlnlntU  Olbtion fnmlly, 7 7  Following llio oponliiH ooromoiiy,"MiV  nnd Mrn, W, A, C,  Itennolt* loured  the  Mtincumnnd tho now llhrnry houmv! ,ln  Un* Munlolpul Hull,'   . .  J!  ron  of  our, cummunUy,  PASEnALL  Thor ni'MHon In olono enmliiR to nn ond  nnd plnyoffH will he nlarlliifl noon, Thoro  wore fioyni I'hito tonnifir throo Hronoo  loi.mrvnnd  flvo i|lrl��  WofH>n'll  Iprimn,  a  SWIMMKNQ  yjm**Hll  tsts.^flC*-��-if*lfI����.-*l Jill" Au^lrbB,   *,.  'Wo'itro huvhiR n, difficult llmo ihln  yonr ileoldlnn wliolhor lo hnvo tiwlm  clwnHoii.oi' not, Armouni.bench.In im ahno.  lulOrdlnijraco to'aibnonn nnd-I doubt If  ll will bp pronontnblo; pnoufth for qhll-  dron' lo .receive Iormohh Ihoro, TIio'Ah-  noolntlon In undprlaklnn lo oil hor clean  up Ihln bench* or find nnnihor (ittlinbie  looatldn, 1        '...'���  at Gibsons Store Only  SWISS  STYLE YOGURT  SWTSTS  NATURAL  8 ox  ��(��|      t) * I H ��� R I || I (  SWISS �������� . ���   ���.  PRUIT "FLAVOR"   A-.      : ���'     < ' ' * 7     AW ,/"H>7*  Buy ONE get ONE FREE  m��m  !\  r-i  .'  .'  *.f\m  i   . . <  I    ' Wednesday, June 21,  1972  \  The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  uuixjjjjojjaaj  Hospital Auxiliary e^nds summer session  Free Fish Derby  al Gibsons Wharf  -AAi^ttgr^DSOT  Visiting  Lions  *t���w^el-Htrtnsteli���Sheward;���International���etranselk  ccellent address; "President of���Seymour and Sechelt"P,resident-elect   cause.  ��   and offer . guidance    to the newly    Dist. 19 A; Immediate Past District    the Gibsons Club Hal Anderson; Zone    Bob Scales.  -   chartered Lions Club, from left: Ray    Governor Ralph Long who gave a    Chairman  Gary  Ham  from  Mount  ROBERTS Creek Hospital Auxiliary held Post Office.  its final meeting of the surrtmer June Meeting   adjourned   and   the   evening  12 in St. Aidans Church Hall. However, terminated   with   a   social   half-hour.  a  Gift  Shop meeting  will_bg_Jield June  20 at  10  a.m.  After due discussion, membership indicated general approval to a delegate  attending the Regional Conference in  Vancouver.  Reporting on a meeting of the Co- GIBSONS Wildlife Club announces it  ordinating Council, Mrs. Newman stated w_n sponSor a free Fish Derbyv for  that the auxiliaries had purchased a the, youngsters, to be held at the Gib-  large quanity of equipment for the hos- sons wharf July 2nd from 7:30 a.rh. to  pital. She also  explained that subscript- 12:30 p.m.  ions  for  magazines  are  needed for pat- Free   pop   w_n.   be  available   for   the  xent's entertainment. The meeting, there- y0Ung   contestants   and   prizes   will   be '  fore,   agreeti  to   donate  $20  toward   this awarded to those landing fish in the* fnl-       j  cause- lowing   categories:   ugliest    fish,   largest  The   Auxiliary   would   welcome   high shiner, smallest shiner, hidden prizes and  school  girls between  ages  of   15  and   18 many  more.  years to assist the adults. Girls..seeking All   young   people    are   invited   and  information  may  phone Mrs.  Merrick at further   information    may  be   - obtained  886-9863   or   contact   Mrs.   Gritt   at   the from Steve Holland at 886-2673.  ^MNMMMMMMMflMMMtllililflfM  *MM"MM*M"*MMM"MMMMMM*r"Tri"^rrtTnnfMronnnniifmn^  \^ctb  are  t  DANCING  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  PENN KINGS  ��_- -  Saturday, June 24  _....^���.,,.,.. and.-4-^..-4..,r,,.,4...  '    /* _>  n ��_*adu  Friday, June 30  Join The Fun  Executive officers of the'newly chartered Gibsons Lions Club are from  left front: Ken de Vries, Bob Audet,  president Hal Anderson, Ken Crosby  Gibsons  Lions  and Jack White. Back row: Jim  Straker, Al White, Don Elson, Larry  Labonte, Larry Boyd, Bill McGivern  and Cam Reid. Charter night ban  quet will take place in September  with 150 Lions visiting from Vancouver area.  from the pulpit  PENINSULA  Highway 101  Cover Charge  886-2472  ������by Pastor Gerry /Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  ^WWMWWiMMMMMMMlglglMaMMMIwiltMWIWiMMMWlWilfMlMMaMMM*^^  :di-.  af  Gibsons Lions President Hal f^^"9. ^S^^SV Sl?^^^^S^S 5SS? ^fe���  son and Treasurer Bob , Audet,'hap-   Neil , Campbell .pictured on right Sun-   dlnlyBlB unU hv Vancouver and tho 'puhr-  pily accept lho first contribution to   Mine Const.Lions (Secholtt spqnsor-   piQg'lo llHhlng derbyi  tho now'ly chartered club's coffers   cd the newly chartered Club, ,      Two mil���on WUH mk  ftroni;^ and 7 y y    ������   -���', - \'77   s    ";; , ,��� ���"*7 : '���' Io^oUIbqiw lVoualnK eo'mp]  Gibsons joins hid  mmttmm��i��0��  Lions flub installation  .^v,tfi^',,i^*^i^^.!t..!i.*��U|A-v,.^WM-��..i.^  third onSunshineCoasft  aludd I'or tho noil-,  plox In'Vancouver  und th'o Lions opornto u moalu on whcalii  sorvlco, ' ' '  Individual  Lions  Clulw nl.so Hponnor  'tholr own'projects .such ��,s locally' whoro  Sumihlno Con.il Lloni, have /urnlnbod lho  phytotherapy ward at St. Mn'ry'ii Hon-  ���*.pltHl("-r'.'r4...-...-..,.. ,.��,������..���..,...��� .���,.,.,.,.....,..,.,. ,..,., ,   |p^e>I>��r-4iave becn.a major ^concern in-.  ^���British' Columbia.this spring, with some  rivers surpassing the disastrous levels of  1948. Many floods have occurred throughout history, some very damaging, but the  worst flood ever is recorded in the early  chapters of the Bible. This was the time  when God blotted out the whole human  race except for Noah and seven of his  household.    . , ���  'What was the reason for this awful  judgment? The Bible says, "Th? Loj;d  saw that the wickedness of .man was  great in the earth, and that. every ���i,m- ...  agination of the thoughts of his heart was  oiuy evil continually." We are living iir a  similar^ day �����-��� which --is. .oneeof'* the*-, signs*/;  of the second coming of Christ,  Perhaps you feel (his 'second corning'  talk is a joke. Well,- thoy watched Noah *  build his ark nnd listened to his warnings for 120 years, ancl laughed through  it all but l.l)o flood camo, despite their  mocking and itidlfferohco. This spring in  *"KnmloopsH3ooplewwtM,'o'TO]lvlng"ih^n'*.,ldw'**"  lying ai:ea close to tho'Thompson River.  "They, wore., tq,kl,,,by .same, pf ,tho, dungors.i..���,  'of living there and llio place was actually, nicknamed 'Little Venice', You know  what happened,  Take God's word seriously, Christ is  coming again to Judge and to rqcleom,  ,.Totcm Candles still availablo 'at Miss  Dec's Card & Gift Shop, Wharf. Road,  Secholt,  WHENITC0M5  TO  \.  ..,.. w-  KEN DeVRIES  ,<ifc au4ii   irf* 11 *u l "**& *��* ftittjtjkui  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibson?  Phone 886-7112  A CARPETS    ��� TILES    ���LINOLEUMS  -      '7   HOURS;   ���  Closed Monday, Opon 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. *~ Friday Night TH 9 p.m.  ]jONS"vIntbiWitw��Hr''iWitlv-' rnqmboWihlp.������.,'und-mos'l  lxunu\nltiu'ian -Horvioo>*'ki)own  Hppvqnohlng,   01 oh0 lo ono rnlUjon    lo man,  ....... \  IhrouRhouf lho "World wolcbihQa7ir��aw    projects  QlbBonH Uom CJub: woro installed taut      ' Last yo��r Uoiw throufihoiit tho world  wools' worked on 000,000 nepurnlo'proJoclH and  n.L...������  nini,<   ��,iii im  hold  on  Sou-.. ojcqhtdlnK .tho Vidua, of tliolr. vohmtoorod  7;J?!!!p&un!&^^^ jim0);rnlsodJ2r)(),.mll)io.^^OUl)ln!ng.flqmo  of* tho projootfi, Mr, Lonn montipned tha  ,Club ,,liv tho   Buiwhlno, .Count,. Regional  PlH'riot, Tho Pondor Harbour. Club ro.  culvod   Hu   uhiu'lar  "IIiIh   yonr   and   lho  .'SunHlilnu Ctianl Llomi Club wan fornioi|  . Ilk   "MM  ,      :     '   .      ������  ., HimmUmwi Ih" liiloriialluiial hoiwm ol ,  liloiilhiu nro rkIIiVccI b,v ln'i'iil iMiiVniiVimrff-  ,lmi IhoiiW' \\on\.   woro bmiiMlit Into fouiui  'fin- Iho Iwonl.v-iilno ohiirlor moinliorn of  ^ihu��aibiiuniiXlull���by-,.lininodlato.paiiUllti!-��.  Irliil, Kiivoriior Mulpli Um.   who ����vo a'  .vory* i'lno Hddrt'iw. . '   .  ������ J<lonfi InlcrnHllonul wriH formed In  11)17 and Uh two'main purpoiioti nro flrnUy  lo Horvo follow man and nocondly lo try  ^o^ttnin-tivcrlnritlnRnvorld'-pcwrc'i*-���*-   wMr,**-Long��.wl��o-l��Utt^pronilno(>U^Vun*i4���  convor lawyer, wild,Unit ovorlaiilln.I world  poaco hat. nlwayn olndod mankind right  '.. from . lho boglnnlna. .Lionism ��� itnows. no ���  Imi'i'lorn of rnco, ooloin* "ororood aiirl oponii,  . tho door lo a vvoiUdori'ul world of* oppor-  Innlty  lo hoi'vo1 follow-mon In wha|. Ih  ' now im ugly world. MoiwDoi'h 'nro round  In thu moid, i-umolu urotw of" lho'world  "In"wlml Ju "Uw Jargom most intornutjioftpl-  GIBSONS  ,MLrJ4Wiia��8iUiLUiuUUlbaon����wl IW loim.,  j'omopibar formation of Uh LIouh Club.  . ...Proflont for tho InHtallatlon* of off loom*'  woro jr.ono ohalrman Qary Ham, Mount  Soymoui- LlonH and' Mr, Ray ' Showard,  International coun����llor, Dint, 11) A,*  Chartor oxooullvo momborH nro: pron-  Idont Hal Andorfion: Hocrotnry 'Kon Cnm-  by; troaHuror ,l3ob Audot| vIoo-prosldonlH  ,.Kou..do<,"Vi'loB,,���Larry���Doyd-und-fAUWhll��l  dlroaloni Larry Labonto and Don Mlmm  for two year lormn; Jim Slrakor and"  Rill McGlvorn for ojia your tormni lal  twlHtor' Frank Jlavlom Lion lamor Cum  Roldi bnllotln editor .lank .While.,  .,���.,,.,,,�����,      'i    -        1    '      'I'h'o jntilallatIon  allondod   by  hi'vrnly  n-Cu oiubla,.Hiiuth AlUQVlUl^WUL.llluJ:    Llonu - wl von .���- im\2 g���oK| H -mid -hi m mmiroi I  Miilrl' (In.iuiipngiit  ohlldi'on.lulvoij uu an-,, '|,y HiihhIiIiio CimnI-I.Ihiih tHiih, Hocholl,  tnuiidiiiK dmilh toll, w_���, in.i.1 |��� ,|,u .i^miumin iitJ|0|  j  i  IT'S ON AGAIN  KIKSMtH EEVE8A�� 6ASDEH  FOR  2  FUN  FILLED  DAYS  f  oyo bank', .CAP* -.whic'i auppllon food  ololhlnK iukV nooo.iHltloti to countvlon ln  ncoVl, Aid to lho onrthquako' vlcllmn ln  I'oru and'lho hurrloano' vlcUmtf In rnk>  lulan, Tlio'milrlllonul oontm oHtahllHhod  -1'      '  ���-'D U Ft I I\IG*S E A^C AVALCADEi,-w,-,-  Livo Entertainment *  2 Rands  A 2 door Prixos  *  RARON OF REEF DINGER  at tho  Tennis Court, Dougal Park  Gibsons  (Si  *.9^#SM��f��tnW|fr��M��^rtJB*itoM!|MM  !a*��4m,(9��&&ii**ttKf ***&)��*������  Ifof.oi'rlMH lo'lnvolvomonl'wllh youth,'  Mr, Lonu'���Huld II. In oiu:uinhflni"lupon.ufi'  to provido n tluoont world for thorn. LIodh  International In ono of tho prim-? buck*  ^I'jujUlifl^fiouL^iPJiQnwnUui'Uid'nliVi-  IhIoi'H a yuuih oxohanilo proKramnvi which  *ntt.ortpiir.tn'^ivo-'yoiinR^copiQ"n*ir"op:*'  portunlty, to learn tho wayH and unrtor-  fitnnd other cultnron and pavo lho way  for-world poncorThoro has lndnnri"bccn  moral dovay. In ,lho "world nnld Mr. Lnn'ft  'j'ol'ori'lnM ,lo lho dni|{ uli.iiiQ problom and  dlHi'UHpuuL' fnV law, and order,,,        ��� ,   ,  HUMANITARIAN'  - In' tho 'tti,ca8,;of iioalWi "��aid "wolXwo;  ' I       H *��� ���     1      1  linn  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Joui^flYOrt|sl-r.oJn���thi5^,kpoca*vi'IILrcQch.  moro than 2,ii00, homoa (10.000 nopplol)  oocli wook, It's then most economical way to  fpoch mora Sunshlno Coast, pooplo hocauiiQ  Tlmos, ods qo Into mora homos than any  othor novvopopor   produced   In   this  aroa,  The Times  005.9634 (Socholt)       006-2121 (Giluon��)  *H ii��-ir HS(w^*w*>^��flrt>.j.*ii  !/j/J. *s  Friday, June 30lh til midnile  Saturday: Noon to Mldnile  ��>1.SO   COVER   CHARGC   SATURDAY   NITM  OIMLY FROiVl 8500 P.|VirTO MIDIMITE  BA^ON OF PEEF SUPPER *1.50 PER PUTE  JOIN US I'OUA HAPPY, StA CAVALCADE WEliKfiND.  HOR-TICKETSi-PHONE-O'R-CALL-IN-AT-  ICI3UTI:ER"WREAUTY"  SUNNYCREST ESSO  ,  PENINSULA,TIMES - GIBSONS OFFICE'  >:'!/       ,   * .        ".*.���-'::"'. .���"���;;.������".��� 7777 2. ., ��  IKLm&_^^  ��� WESTERN DRUGSi GIDSONS AND'SCCHELT  ��� OR FROM ANY KINSMEN MEMBER, .��� .  utfimHtitnpip**. Ttl^^yJJwpt^W>^lllWt^WI'^^^IIW��''^  WtPftirtw��*W*��iw.arf^HhMy 11 lUrWWI^ <r>  U^W��*l��*KIM(HUW<fW  *i4miii*iimmtit*t%*#imHw$.-i$)  tnt^tninttmi^fV  fllpMMWfllMff WlMM��|ftMfttHHi' lhH��*��M \  V  \  V  .v,_______'Am_vs_____mt  ���'���'���>'���'���'.{i?'>'-\..*-'i'i.'.'ti_t:.t\-t\._--.\--,-^-*-^^  \ . '   . .  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. June 21, 1972        ^  Scholars recognized for the year's  achievement at Elphinstone are from  loll: Camille Turynek, the best junior typist awarded  the  Don  Brown  Academic Awards -   - ���  Mur-' Brian  Fischer    awarded    the    Kurucz Who    received    the vS'teWart  Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Aux-    trophy   I'Or  the  best   notebook  of ;a,\  iliary   Branch   109,   book    prize  lor    complete year's ^ work v  grade  8  social   studies    and   Cindy  -,    * ��-. 7v :   . '  v.~. i'" '  . . i . > <*.  yi2>2^{M  Accepting the trophy on.behalf of  the Sabres, Cdlieen Procknow (nee  Husby), proudly holds the Drummond Cup awarded annually to the  T&srh Spirit  winning house; and Kerry Mahlman,  the girl who contributed most to team  spirit is pictured with the Fallows-  Stephenson trophy.  At Elphinstone . . .  1971-72 Final Assembly  marks end of school year  Top  Athletes  Elphinstone athletes upholding the  school's standing in sports are from  left: Bill Sneddon holding the basketball free shot, trophy awarded for- the  first time this year. Bill Sluis awarded the Dave McLeod trophy for  sportsmanship and track; Dave McDonald, best track athlete (Ridgeway  Trophy) and best boy athlete (Holland-flams trophy). Steven Miles,  the best, distance runner with the  Howard Kinne trophy.    ,   ���v*yw  \<y\-! *v>��'?* V*-   'A-*t' ���? ���    w#-s h*s>* . %'  'y-M__m____$$A-u <*v�� *  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT  Wharf Road - Secholt - 885-9066  P.O; BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts   cards   and   wrappings.  Fine "English "chlna-'cups" andfc saucers.**  Boutique   items,   local   artists  paintings.  FOR THE JUNIOR FIGURE  NEW AT  J^rvten <* ~lrt  asliii  on A  COULETTE SKIRTS :���  SIZZLE P^NT DRESSES  ANP SKIRTS  Gibsons - 886-9941  v 77777 7717" 7.fi^  .irM,'  fei''y7:7'''.*r1u7:/    l  W��, ��<..V"'.J,<  Promising Athletes  Judged on Uiirypnr'.s performance), .Hamilton and. Craig Norris who  grade il Nlphlnstono hthletos .show- shored lho Don Head Shoo awnrtl  Ing  tho  most potential  aro Oathy.:. in tho junior award;, day coypmony,  OUTSTANDING citizens, athletes and  junior scholars won acclaim from fellow students and staff members at El-  phinslon'e during last week's final assembly which brought the 1971-72 school  year to a close. -  Elphinstone gym, looking a little tired  and shabby after one year of, overcrowded  use, echoed with resounding applause as  those who had contributed most to the  school's honour and well-being during  the past year were recognized.  Chairman  for  the  assembly   was  Mr.  Lyn   Kinsey   who   explained   that   some  pres-g^tations and aggregate awards were  ���|f$��eld.^vover. |or   the   graduation   exercis.es  ���^n September.  v Citizenship awards which included a  flash for first time awarded; crest for  second lime and stars for successive  awards were as follows: Star, John Blomgren, grade eleven. Crest, David Fro-  rpa&e, Mike Shumsky and Bill Sneddon,  grade eleven. Flash, Janice Mullen, grade  11, Els Zuidema, grade 10, Kerry Mahl-  rnan, Joka Zuidcma, grade 9, Julio Gallup, *  Gwenda Havies, Lisa KHinpinan arid  Mnrin  III na Id is, gruclo Ii.  ���ACADEMIC AWARDS ........  LA to Royal Cunttrlian Legion Branch  109   president  Mrs.   Dorothy   Brngg   ancl  v.",Mrs.*.-*'Lovell'^were'''prepenV;-,*U^-:proscnt.r.'the,"*'''  grade   11   social   studies   book   prizes   to  Brian Fischer and Scott Rodwuy.  ' '���'*���'���'  Fabric 'House  awards   wont  to   best  jnnipr  student,  Ren I In  Girard  ancl  best .  senior student Linda Guest,  ".,. , Hblder of lho Don Brown'Mii,i. award- ,  ed the best junior typist Is Camlilc."l"ur,y-  '^nolC''*"*'"^  '"'**  "'���'   Tho Stewart trophy awarded iho best  . "notqbook* of a complete year's work wont  jo Cindy Kurucz,  -'  ATHLETIC AWARDS ".  Dave McDonald pictured oliwln... tho  polo, vault   In  last  wqoK'h J-isuo  of  tho  TlhjvjPa was awarded tho * Ifol Icntd-Harrls.  i1 tropiiy which jjooH to tho host boy athlete;  , also lho  llklfioway  Trophy  awarded  tho  ,   bo.'il  track alnloto.  ;   ��� ;Kerry Mahlman vm. nwnnled, the Fnl-"  lowH-Rle'plKihuon' trophy "for cniilrlliulln..  most to loam spirit,  Brnd NorrlH wolves.! tho Chuck Roh-  Ipfjon, trophy .ayvarcled, Ihe boat ".m-skot,-  bnll piny or, *    ���        ' '  .   Stovon Miles, tho hont -cllfltanco run-  ner  received  the Howard Kinne  trophy.  For   contributing  most  to  sportsman-  . ���.__- , ^- x  'hip   and   Iraok,   Bill   Sluis   received   the  Dua'p   Mel .port, trophy?  Most promising grade ft-*slhl'?tes who  wei'e awardtul theJJcn IU'v^j^SIiih' awards  were  Cathy  Hamilton  and   Craig  Norris -'  The Drummond House trophy went  to. the Sabres 206 points. Other house  standings were: Mustangs 194, Bombers  191   and   Spitfires   182*. \  A loud groan greeted the! announcement thqt the staff were masters in the  sports arena this year, takhig thy Perpetual  Athletes   Koi.il   Award.  P'lph.rtslone crentr^ yere awarded as  follow*-::'     \   -tUnaM F!   Cirlo-   rirnrle _��� Sir.an Div-on,  C'alliy lliitiiillun, Biendr* Markeiv.:���, Julie  (iallup. Hose -Clal'li-gos, Isabelle Martinez.  ���Grade  1):   Susan Chaiiesworth.  Boys Grade��� H: Steven Miles. Brian  Evans. Fred Allnutt, Michael, Scharf,  Ci-aig Jvforris, Alan Edmonds, Harry  Pierre. ^ -    ���  Medium E. Girls���Grade 9: Cindy  Kurucz, Kerry Mahlman, Barbara Dew,  Margaret Finlayson, Gail Blomgren.���  Grade 10: Lita Allnutt, Kathy Fisher,  Petra Peterson.���Grade 11: Janice Mullen.  ������Boys���Grade 9: Frank Havies, David  Neumann.���Grade 10: Ken McDonald.  Grade 11: Mike Shumsky.  .  Large E. Grade 10: Jo-Anne Jorgenson, Pal Hpgue, Marilynne Musgrove. -  Boys- Grade 10: Brett Cryderman. Bill  Sluis, Wayne Smilh, Ian MacKenzie.���  Grade II: Brad .Norris, Larry Know les.  Bill Sneddon, Art Dew.���Grade 12: Dave  McDonald.  GIBSONS  SEA  CAVALCADE  Committee regretfully announce thai*  there are no tickets available for their  Just 1st dance. Enthusiasm and support  have exceeded our anticipation. Membership has grown to such proportions  that tickets did not even meet the membership requirements. This was in spite  of having 50 additional tickets printed  We regret that we did not have enough  to sell to*the various^service-^clubs' in  the area. We thank everyone for their  interest and promise another dance in  the near future.  INVITATION  You're CORDIALLY INVIITED to attend the  public  INSTALLATION of  Miss Cheryl McEwan,  Honoured Queen  fleet,  and her Officers of  Bethel No. 28, of the Order of Jobs Daughters, on Saturday, June 24th, 7:30 p.m., at the  Masonic  Hall,  Roberts Creek,  B.C.  lkwiioleWjwiiIe}ijot[  ALL YOUR BAKING  trr!B,tHB��iWfi^te*i:Mvft * V***'  spEcmcriEs  fW  EUROPEAN BAKING  FROM  w-*tfHi��&ist"Ji*i*" Wte W ��**�� --*>* #�� WW'S*** S MsJt��sliM4a*Mif.  1572 Marino, Gibsons 886-2415" ��� Sunnycrosfr Pla*a, 886-7441  YOUR  DOLUAR���  PUYS  MORE   'AT-   YOUR  UJCKY  DOUAR  STORE  ���%����*( BlW,WWJ*��(r(��*WtM��W(ilfIB- W^!i!l(S*m-t)W*s J" .���^WW'WWlWffMi'I&WtfWW^^  IfMiMuyu  MARGARINE  Mom'a,  3 lb,pkg.7....,r.  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The ' students gave a very good performance-Which was enjoyed by all. Taking  part were  Gail Stewart, Jennifer  Dixon,  .Margaret Kitson, Roy .Christiansen.._Eal-:_  ricia Lee, Bonnie Horner, Barbara Lyttle,  Barbara Jackson, Neil Nielsen, Kolly  Cryderman, Becky McKlnnon, Noni Parser, Lori Daugherty, Brian Hobson, Card!  Daughterly  and  Mr?..  Kveh'n   Cooper.   A.s  -well  a."7nolnfl   tlw--p���w^re^'iiiat- number:::.  Coffee   was   served   alter   Ihe   recital-  Flowers   for   the  occasion   were   provided  by Mrs. Breu and Mis. Kstelle  llat;elund.  RESIDENT PASSES  John Southern Edge, a well known  resident of Gibsons since the early 1960's,  passed away on June* 11 in Harcourt Rest  Home, Cloverdale, B.C. in his�� 85th year*  Jack Edge had lived on a farm at  ��� Mt. Lehman where he operated a milk  delivery route for many years. After his  mother died, Jack came  to Gihgnir*..  Vnr  yy^wqyyyftjtyi*!^  '>.��|W.*fW;W.��^  ���::is$$$$i.^  Strawberry Tea.-*....  \  CM BSONS- Auxiliary  lo  St.  Mary's  Hos  pital held it$ monthly meeting in Gil>-  sons Health Center, June 7, with president Dooley Mason in the chair.  ��� -F-oiM-Ws-m^^it-Lng _Lhe members held a  strawberry tea convened by Joan Covey  to which members were asked to invite  guests who might be interested in auxiliary volunteer work. Dooley Mason  welcomed the guests .and in her report  from the Coordinating Council of St.  Mary's Auxiliaries from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour she was able to inform  the meeting of where monies we��*e dele-  Auxiliary  t. and social  \v\\. be presented to Alf on June ?.0 at  a special biidt_e PVPiiinfi. A vote of tha-n-k^-  was given lo Gladdie Davis and Alamada  Whiting for their well-organized monthly  bridges and also Ivy flu-bards for her  "lTPtp"wttrr11 io refresbrrftnTtrr enchr evenin-g.  Short reports were given on Sechelt  Thrift Shop, Sunshine, and volunteer  workers. A very successful tea followed.  The Auxiliary welcomes these new  members, Winnifred Elrick, Isabel Fraser, Jean Calder, Rene Gray, Trudy. Singleton-Gates, Kay Page and Hilda Girard.  The next meeting will' h.   nn Sepfem-  T'ic Peninsula Tirncs Page B 5  Wednesday, June 21, 1972  Port Mellon ^Hxillary  hosts June 18th party  ���JUNE meeting of the Port Mellon Branch  of the Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hqs-  nital was held June 14th at the- home  'if. the president Mrs. William Dockar.  Under discussion was the desirability of  liaving teenage girls hejp the volunteers  lirinnj.  the summer  months.        . .  A project of the Auxiliary is Ihe-  1-nilting of lap rugs for the extended  '������ne patients. Tf anyone has any odd-  iinMils of wool, any color, would they  I'I'Mse  conlael  Mrs.  Margaret  Swan  88(i-  S        "     .... ���    ___             \ .. * '     \ ~vi  TRIG LIT "*  i"!!l. Following the meeting a delightful  liuicli was served by the hostess. Next  ii ting will' be held  in  September.  I  |  s  Si  RESIDENTIAL  COMMERCIAL WIRING  MAINTENANCE AND  DESIGN  24 Naur Answering Service     |  FREES  ESTIMATES |  7605    Ed Polinsky    |  ��   Wyngaert Road ��� Sunshine Coast Highway-Gibsons  ��  SM^^^t***?^^^  Wednesday-Saturday, June 21-24  '    SEAN CONNERY  The Anderson Tapes  Warning:  -Some  eoarse  language:  TWILIGHT "THEATRE  SEA CAVALCADE  QUEEN CONTESTANTS  will be presented, during  Mon.'-T-tfes,. 26th-27th  performanceVGilpspnb 886-2827.  The Mephislo Waltz  Sunday-Tuesday, June 25-27  Alan Alda - Jacqueline  Bisset   ��� Bnrrborn  Parkins   a time he was caretaker at the Hoare  property, Franklin Road. He purchased  part of the Hoare's place with "two log  cabins near the corner. One of these  cabins burned down; the other he made  his home.  Late in 1971, failing health necessitated   Mr.  Edge going  to  a  home.  Surviving are four .brothers, Wilfred,  White Rock; Robert, Aldergrove; Peter,  Mt.   Lehman  and   Albert,  Vancouver.  Rev.  F. Metzger officiated at the run-  era I   service   al   3   p.m.,   Friday,  June   16  at Henderson's Chapel ih Abbotsford. In- '  terment, family plot, Mr. Lehman Ceme-  tary. ^  FAREWELL  On sunday, June 11 following the  Evening Serivce at Calvary Baptist  Church, Park Road, Gibsons there -was  a time of fellowship in the form of a  farewell for three families* who are moving away from this area.  John and Grace Pendergraft will be  making their home in Santa Rosa, California.  Barry and Allana Anderson leave for  Houston," B.C.  "  And Tony and Betty Wagemakers go  to Terrace. These couples and their families will be greatly missed here. Best  wishes  folks.  CELEBRATIONS  Miss Evelyn Hollowink was guest of  honor at a cleverly arranged surprise  bridal shower when Miss Cathy Berry  was a charming hostess Thursday evening at the vHem-street home, -Roberts  Creek.  '  Very attractive corsages were presented to the bride-elect, her mother and  the mother of the groom-elect.  Vases of fragrant mock-orange blossoms graced the room, gay pink and  white streamers and colorful confetti-filled balloons were used.. A large, beautiful  ornamental uiribrella was among, the, decorative items.  A fun game was played and everyone  enjoyed a happy social time at this  delightful  party.  Delicious refreshments were served.  An especially lovely shower cake, intricately trimmed, was in the shape of a  iMdal doll,  Quests attending, were Margaret Hollowink, Peggy Hemstreet, Sandra Hemstreet, Marilyn Laing (who helped her  twin-sister with the parcels), Jackie  Rhodes (who fashioned a hat of ribbons),  Gwen Hicks', Em Flack, Flora' Clayton,  Vona Clayton, * Janet Clayton, Laura  . PoUBl,.Myrtle,,Thorslenson, "ielenPbillipfV  Evelyn Bordalil, Nanette' Eldred, Margaret Gory, and Linda Pearson.  Not - present but. sending glftf! were  Doris Berry, Beryl Blackstock, Doris  Thompson, Eva Smith and Carol Thomas,  The 10th birthday of Lee Berdahl wns  celebrated when' sho was taken  out to  *-cllnner*at"ta"1ocalwestablishmenjl��,'byw'her"  parents, Garry nnd Diane Berdahl; along  , wMh, filter  U&eUo,   and..���.guess,, Crystal,  gated  to   purchase  expensive   equipment  for our Hospital. v  Mr. John Harvey of Flowerlaint? Florists & Gifts kindly donated a door pri^e  for our tea ahd. Terry Del6ng Was the  happy   winner.  Amy Blain, treasurer, resigned early  in May as she and her husband were  moving to Victoria. "Amy . has been a  very valuable auxiliary merrfBer'and gave  generously of her time and. energy in  many areas 'of volunteer work. As a  small token of appreciation the auxiliary  have s,ent her an Auxiliary spoon, and  wish her. and ��� Lome the very best in  their new home. Marge Langdale has  taken over as the new treasurer.  Gladdie Davis, bridge convenor, reported that Alf Winn had won the. cup  donated by Ken Strange for the highest  total score*- at the end of the year. This  Interim   Pastor  Baptist church services are now conducted in. Calvary Church, Gibsons,  a,nd Bethel Church, Sechelt, by an interim pastor, Rev. J. E. Harris. Now  semi-retired, he has served churches  in Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge,  Vancouver and .White Rock. He also  was principal of Vancouver Bible  Institute for seven years. Next Sunday morning his message is entitled  "I Gotta Be Me���Which Me?'' and  at the Gibsons evening service he  speaks on "Dust. That Builds on  Dust." .  JOHNSON  Outboard  Sales & Service    ,7"  OMG Parts and Accessories  885-2812  Sechell Home Service  Box 63(5  T Sunshine Coast Hwy/  Sechelt, B.C, ".���  Nlckerson    n.nd    Pierre    Berdahl.    Thoy  '(were Jcjin^d, by, Dennis, and Louise Cars ,  roll and sons Lorne'ahd Allan,  HERE AMD THERE  11 Weekend'guests' or Norm and Evelyn'  Berdahl wore Eugene Boudi'cau and  Gary Dyck from Surrey.  Rev. David,Donaldson and Mrs, Don-,  nldson from  Vancouver  were  guests  of  ��rl 1-."^-'"l"'*J-l���Vi,.��Vf'-   i"H1��*����M:.'_i _^fe^U^---^���^^^��iWWWS*^���-.r���^l,1i,, rtfj^ll.^iJrtW-Jl^Jj _ ..*^v,4,^S- 1 ( ..I,r,,S)fHHfl>_*M>*rilrrlrl��rti4Vii��  Mm Alice Hardman hero for five days,  Congratulations to Edward nnd Dtape  Cooper on lho bifth.-of their ..son, Scott  John, 9 lbs. 1 Ms oz. nt WhltoHorsd Gon*'  oral HoHpltnl, June' 10, Proud grundpui'-  cntfl, Mr, and Mrs, George Cooper,  Mr, unci Mrs. Edward Cooper will bo  . leaving the .Yukon,on Juno, 22,, travelling,  by bpat1,.,froiTl7^Ir,lnoRl.,AlafiUn,.',to.TrhjcQ  ttupei-'i then motoring"to" GibfionR, Thoy'  'will bo (..olnK to ThotlR Lslnncl.. 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Fashion Stylist Mrs. Albert ine Meyers  the education department of Dominion  Simplicity  Patterns Ltd.  Mrs. 'Meyers is a Batchelor df Home  Economics (U.B.C.) and previously worked as District Home Economist and a  teacher. Through her experience' and  knowledge she hopes to stimulate the  student'**? interests and enjoyment in  " fashions and home sewing. \  The fashion   stage  was  gracefully  decorated  wjth baskets  of sala]  and  artif'i-  ~cial flowers, maa"e~by the staderrtsr  Fashions included, classic, athletic,  dramatic*-jumL.....romantic ..styles. Female  models were, Cecile Girard, June Crosby, Cheryl Dubois,-Debbie-Clayton, Valerie Reid, Lorraine  Bilcik, Leina Fraser,  *-Carol Nelson, Louise Rutherford, Wendy  Cummings, Susan Rae, Audrey Preseces-  key, Patricia Kobus, Maureen Cameron,  Cindy Edmunds, Marjorie MacKay. Special  thanks  go  to  our  two  male  models,  sa^sD  r+er  nan Mtinro  and Mike  Kamnier  Several  parents present  enjoyed a tea  prepared by the Grade Nine Girls Cooking Class. *>  AWARDS DAY       Annual Awards Day was held Wednesday June 14. Opening remarks made  by Principal Mr. A. Thomas were followed with a repbrt by student's council  president Neil Seaholm. Neil expressed  the view that the Council hadn't done  too much this year by way of raising  funds but did manage to pay off debts.   _  President for next term will be Jim  Cox with James Northrup Vice President.  Presentation  of  Athletic  Awards  was  \     - ' -       "^   . \*  made by Mr. Tiernan, assisted by Mr.  "Myers.'"First awards were for. Track and.  Hd.'.d: Outstanding i-ndividuals in this-  group were, Junior Girls, Judy Tail.  Junior Boys, Mike 'Kammerle. .Senior-  Gir's, a tie between Lorraine Bilcik and  Kim Lawrence. Senior Boys, John Malcolm , *,  A new Track aK.d"Field trophy was  presented this year by Seasode Plumbing of Gibsons. It went lo the contestant  who performed outstandingly or broke  an existing record. First winner of this  award was Peter Duncan for his performance in the Junior Boys 1600 meters.  He ran this in 5 minutes 32 seconds.  The Gerrick trophy for the Ruby  Lake race was awarded to Haida and  received by captains Kim Lawrence and  Gordon  Kammerle.  Next  awards   were   for- basketball  in"  which    outstanding    contribution    is \  re-  cognisec..   Junior Gtrl^--Qin-dy"|Hal!:risir  Junior Boys, Jerry Mercer: Senior Girls,  Kim ��� Lawrence.   Senior     Boys,   Gordon  Kammerle. \  Next awards for volleyball and, due  to a short season, the following were  chosen for steadiness and improved skills  rather than outstanding achievement.  Junior Girls. Cheryl Dubois. Junior Boys,  \\  ;:-.*���    -   *��� * . f ���  ���  .ir. J'*"** ��. .      t^irt  &  a  For Freezer Beef and  Freezer Packs ...  see  GLYNN TRACY  Garden  Bay Store  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  I  Doug Barsloux.  Senior Girls, Deb  Bathgate.' Senior Boys,  Jim  Cox.  _^J3a4��ungton   trophys   were   presented  by   Mrs.   McQuiUy.,...,b.Ut d,US   to   lack   of  interest and poor 'support only the girl's  tities were decided. These included, Girls  Singles, July Tait; Girls Doubles, Heather Walker and Cindy Harris.  a  TENNIS  Greater participation this year. Bruce  Gerick, Grade 8, is commended for reaching final play-off round with Martin  Anderson and Gocdon Kammerle. Final  winner was Gordon- Kammerle who was  awarded the trophy donate dy principal  Mr.  Thompson.  ALL   AROUND   PARTICIPANTS  These trophys were awarded to students who participate fully in all activities while not necessarily being the outstanding performer. Girl,* Roxanna Dubois;  boy, Jim Mercer.  TOP ATHLETES  The Frances Fleming award for the  top female athletic went to Kim Lawrence. The Bernie Vallee Cup for top  male athletic went to Gordon Kammerle.-  A special presentation was medals  awarded t'o House Captains, the best "on  record. Nootka, Roxanna Dubois, Jim  Mercer, Maureen Cameron, Doug Barsa-  loux. Haida, Kim Lawrence, Gordon  Kammerle,   Judy   Tait, Jerry  Mercer.  On behalf of the teams Kim Lawrence  presented Mr. Myers with a jacket and  basketball crest, -for his valuable assistance to the  teams'.  We   also  give   our   sincere  thanks   t.o  Mr.   Tiernan  for  his  time  and  effort  in  coaching the  teams  throughout  the p  year.  SCHOLASTIC AWARDS  Honour   Pins   were   awarded   to   the  students  who  rfeve achieved  an average  r  This new symbol  stands for  something special  Wo bollovo'tharo'a aompthlng apodal about tho  cHinllly ofloocla grovyn Haht horo In British Columbia. To briak Iipthnt bollof - and to h��|p you,  rofloQiiIzo B.C. food produots - wa'ro ln,trocliio)iVo  n now "horho-nrown" B.C, symbol, You'll bo aoolno  It on a|flnapnb^irah*cl'o'wtonia^7antl''Wh'i3rovor It  nppoltfaryoTroW  P,c, product.-.you'll also aoo tho symbol in- a  provlnoo-wlclo pdvortftSlna onmpalfln for B.Q,,��  flrown ���prociuGia. 1,00k1 for tho now ''homo-prawn"  .oultumlliitluiitiy.  V��.J��  Government of the province  of british columbia ,  *fcV*#afM&**!,.if>WWfinp*Mf,f.  U��  ���"Ddp'nrtm'o'nrof ihcWBtrlnl .Dovol(5pM0lrtt,7**~^Tr  Truc'o. nnd Commoroo           ,        ���*,',..  J-loh, Wnldo M. SKllllnqe, MfntQ^'r ';,,,. |y���,,  .UopnrlmontofAarloulllifo'      i'   *;��� .*.' ���. n���;'*�����!j���  , Honicyr|iM,aiwiioi'ci,MlnlQtqr;,l f;:,;',""!!,:,  ,,    ���   ���:..���.'    . ,.;., ���',,,; ���'���.;,  v�� .\ ����� yy, * 1.   ��>'ii'\ fi*'1  I      "7,'/tM '' rvl'tfAr", '.tt.    (tW^rr,  Him iiii��iui*mm44mimmiiifmm4t999i  ���i_2, ,���.,;..,  .., j, j,t  Paae B-6 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, June 21, 1972  \ Chcain Saws  Soles - Service &. Accessories  Axes and-h-'no-dles, Wedges.'  and <v4..,.s and  PIONEER CHAINI SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  7 885-2812  Sqchelt; B.C.  Memorial  Proud to be the first holder of the  Michael Klein Memorial Trophy,  Peter Duncan accepts the beautiful  award from Mr., and Mrs. Norman  Klein whose son Michael was killed  in a .car accident last summer. Mi-  Trophy  chael spent .all his school days in  Pender Harbour and at the same  time won a hard fight with polio.  The award is given to the student  who tries his best regardless of his  final level of attainment.  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ���  DOOR PRIZE *  ***���**mmmmmmmmmmmm*ma*9rwt0i9*m*nnii9mmmmmm9i9i9i9*  There are only eighteen lots  available in Redroofs  Estates.  Only eighteen opportunities  for some lucky family to  find the perfect summer  place.  Redroofs Estates is two  hours away from the city in  a beautiful wooded area  that's close to the water.  The lots are large, everything is near, and prices start  as lqw as $3250 with $325  down.  RedRoofs  Estates  Phone today.  683-8411 (24 hours)  BELL-IRVING  REALTY LTD. 72-2  GARD'  DAYS  STARTING  FRIDAY, JUNE  23rd  'TIL 9  AND  SATURDAY, JUNE  24th 'TIL 6  BUY YOUR SUMMER SUPPLY  letter Grade of 5.5 on at least one report. Grade eight, Valerie Reid, Suzanne  Girard, James Daly; Grade ten, Audrey  Prescesk'ey, James Northrup; Grade twelve, Cora Beale, Janice Cummings, Randy  Tait.  Scholarship pins were awarded to  students who have maintained an average letter grade  of 5.5  on all three re  Appreciation  Long time friend of Pender students,  , Markle Myers who makes sure they  get jto school on time and takes care  of them besides acting as chauffeur  on extra-curricula trips, will treasure  this jacket with Pender crest being  . presented on, .behalf of .appreciative,  students by award winning student  port^qrado "eight," Sue McCrindie,_ "sus-   Kim Lawrence  during the  school's  aii"Rae, Marjorie MacKay, Jim Gameron; ^"fi*��al*<a'SS'embly.1'laSt',.*"week.  Grade ninfc, Judy Tait, Eva Dubois, .Mary  Cameron,  Donald   Hyatt;  Grade  twelve,  "Bi'lly"Rlecl7' '"' ' "' " '" """   MICHAEL JiCLEIN TROPHY  Thl.s "Ih  a  now   trophy,  presented   by  J)a*lKM^  Klein who graduaiod froin iliiiH HciitMi!  Jn 190!) and was killed in an auto incident last* summer, It Is to bo * filvon  oi)co In a Hchool IJ I'o-tlmo to a ntud.*nt  who tries IjohI regardIobh of his flnul  lovol of attainment. The I'lral winner ul'  IhlH trophy Is, John Duncan,  Men's,  Women's  and Children's  RUNNERS AND  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising In this space will reach  more than 2,500 homos (10,000 pooplo!)  .. each (.wook.., Il!s, tho. most economical .way-tc,  roach moro Sunshlno Coast pooplo becauso  Tlrnos qcls qo Into more homos than' any,  other  nowspaper   produced   In   this   area,  I  - GENERAL' AWARDS  ' Porfooi  ailondanco  awm-ds  p'roHonlbrl  by Mifis Dnvidfion for Cecile Girard, Doug  ��� Kfun)inoi,]op,Jolm,Duncan and Polor .Dun-  * can, Prix., present.*, par lo Gouvornonjoui,  FrancalH, }$>,%  l'*alr lo Audrey  Pvohuuh-  hoy,  Simp prize, pronaiHpd by Mr, \X\m-  broHltl 'wiw w.biv thlh yoar by PotQt"Dini.  qui,      i t    , '  .CITIZENSHIP & SERVICE,   DoolHlon  for CiUzowihlp AwardH aro  '  bufiod on tho Hludont'H bohuvlor In uIiinh  and��.aL-uohooUXunot|onH,~.lvlti~.i\blllty���to��w.  holp and to got along with Otliom, Thl'H  . wiw..proflontod,,by MImh-MoKlm, ��� StudeulH ��� <  1 I'QCGjvlna IIwhq  nwardH woro. Mva Du-  bow," Mary   Ciuncii'pi^   Cotiilo '' Girard, "  Jnmo'i'1'-WorthruRl;,v'Rloky",'Koluw, Dordrkr  Murpliy,   Janice   CummlngH,   Noil   s<m.  l)olm,  Sorvlco AwardHarogJyoji to .HtudeniH  ,.-wlia.-.qualU,y����for��,Cltl����nHhlp. uw��U'd���� but--  havo liiyop,"ov'oiV moi'q lo lho hclumi on  Ibolr own   llino, .Dohblti .'CJaylon,  Miini'  S'"J)ijfw'ili Ji(winmwi DuI)(.Ih, Cora Jioalu,  , .ljuwt.JCQUy^nvit^-BHmlniilriir^'litJ^inHr^  award, . llio Mli.haol P1i1U||jh .Hocvlvn  award, prtmoiilod by* Mr, Thompm.n lu  ' Ilia Hon'or Hludonl ^vhn him ijlvon 'iho  ���nmrii. uhi.I'iiI Horvlu'o'lo .llio m/lionl wonr  lo Klin J.uwrciH'o,  ^j-��J���<'rh<>-iioi,oint)hli7H-\vnr��-t,](>t>t?t,l*'\Yni]''C'r)rl'  *i��vo lho, Qdoon, nnd Hcluml wan dlnmln.  ht?fl, onrly,   "  Thin will "bo tho 77 report.' i'or il.l.*  tonn.nnd, rwould llko lo wImIj uyoryono  '���^ly'PIV mmunor holiday,  The Times  885-9654 (Socholt),       886-21 %\ (Gibsons'  ��� ;,'.',  ''���-.���       ' '���   '    * ' ' ���     '   ,    '   ��'" '.''I ���  ', '     ������''    "   '  '#   ','   ' ���'  Girls'  White, Black and Brown  STRAP DRESS SHOES  ..NP*EXQMAN.GIEAO.M.SALEJXE.IVI.SM  taarcl A  . UA w\i. -ifl -4*. y.,W^ft��4iniJ:  oe  Sechelt  SELF SERVICE  ore  Phone 885-9345  I (riidii'viiifijiftiliwlfeft  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  ; WMWWWMWlllllHlllMlimiWWUr  i^MYGBEM SALES   ii97,ij. Lfa,*....*..  Your JBAPCO PAINT  DEALER |n GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 006-9303  Quality House ond Marino  ...     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WE'RE  '  SfCHflT  PUILDING SUPPLIES  ''   '  THE WEW  IRLY YARD"  TO SERVE  ^rj:IE,SUHSJdliSlC-  GOAST  ^���/TkB-l^      ft        .        >  685-2283  1,1     .AM    , ���  *<wirt<vy��i^Tvvw��iq��vw)^r��M'^  "UMWMMHHHMWWMMMHMMMMWMIIMWUM  Allor huiciplno oil thu luniuvoi, mind |h,i uuiluco t,muu|h( hatiinnlno  wllhniodlum or lino ijuhIo impor'cind llnn-hlii.. wllh vuiy lino; ildii'd wllli  lh�� uioln lo piovoni daoj) licicikliau lii'lho wt����l,  *(Pa"rril~n*b'Kt"Vd5Kr  ���    . -PLUMBING ��� HEATING    .     '    -  XHIMNliY^CLl^NING.^-WXJFINQ^-^  Dox 790, Socholt, ��,0, . Cov/rlp St .003.2021  Miming iiii lii%H4im  wpwwww.iiini  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING  ; SUppMjaS  ��m.ii��ti4i.n���>miuv#m��i*mi.'  ������      ���' I  Your  Glldclan Paints  Paqlar   lXwo���LpcaMon��  to dorvo  you   Sunshine Coast  ^Hlghl*\*ay  GIBSONS  806-2291  SECHELT  805-2280  wmm  m*m  ��**(*'_!  4ttvvm^v*����^ai)gMfa_v��^ham  w*S*f*��W*��*flW  mtlmmi^mmmtmmm  *lmmU\-  ��\^��  m^��^*)��ftw^^W?''>nywyiitq^i<a<g> w^i>Mw��M^^'w��^ww-Jsnwi^rWwi����^��y wb^  -U-  T  t  Hi��ww|'��M��i��<W<tKv��<AuMe9)i��bMKW(w  W -Wf^^MWBHHWJtWWTiM  I        r I'  II   ,, ,<,   t   ,    f.  <1< Triple   Firsts '  Each  scoring three firsts in track    Tait, Mike Kammerle and Lorraine receiving  outstanding  awards  were  and field and outstanding athletes in    Bilcik who received awards at "Pen-' John Malcolm and Kim Lawrence,  their  groups   are  from left:   Judy    der's final assembly last week. Also  IT"'       '  -4i.  ���'.' -    * i'};. *     *     1  2p-i^\.  _��'���;,*_?*-  .* ���7{-::��:% fer^.;  ^^^^^r^^fe  ^CA^t'-*-';  " 7*f'*.  I. if*** vS**  Awards  The Peninsula Times Page B-7  Wednesday, June 21, 1972  Harbour Briefs  ���by Diana Bomford, phone 883-2440  METAL folding legs have been purchased by the community club to replace the saw horses used for supporting  tables. The saw horses are being offered  for sale at $1.50 oer pair. Contact Muriel  Cameron 883-26(39.  If you have not already obtained your  membership in the community club this  year, they are available for $2 an indi-  yulual   membership,  or  $3  for  a  family  Cameron.  TRAILER   FIRE  About 2 p.m. Saturday, June 10, fire-  men were called when smoko was seen  coming from the' trailer of Mr. and Mrs.  A. Linde in Garden Bay. After checking  and finding the door locked, Jim Bidard  had to break his way in where he found  Mrs. Linde, who had been sleeping, overcome by smoke inhalation. Mrs. Linde  was taken to hospital and released the  next day. Cause-of the fire was a pot  of food left burning on the" stove. No  damage was done to the trailer.  A reminder from the fire department,  now is a good time to get your chimney  cleaning done. This annual chore is a  must .especially if you have a wood-burn-  |^jjij^pfe|l__ce. Crgasble which deposits andi  ^^D^S?-'''',u'p'' ih''wchirhri'eys ' b%c6fries7 a fife  hazard when il dries out and could cause  Service Awards  Students who qualified for citizen- the Michael Phillips service award;  ship awards at Pender but gave Deb Clayton and -Mimi- Sanford.  even more of their own time to the TBackf Cora Beale, Janet Kelly,  school, are front seated: Roxana David Sundquist ahd James North-  Dubois,  Kim Lawrence Who gained    rup.  again in the fall. A rock tied to chicken  Both taking first awards this year Plumbing of Gibsons trophy, awarded drey Prescesky won the French Gov-  -a-chimney fire when using the fireplace  at Pender7are John Duncan with the the ' contestant  Who  performed   an ernment book prize and, Peter also      .          ,  Michael  Klein    trophy  and    Peter outstanding feat. Peter starred in the won the shop prize. .                                                                 ���" "���  Duncan first holder of the  Seaside . 1600 metre race. Honour student Au-                  ...  FISH DERBY  Hospital Auxiliary Fishing Derby tickets can ho purchased now from auxiliary  members or at motels ancl stores in the  area, Cost is $2, The flerby will be run  July 1st and 2nd with weigh-ins at Ir-  vines Landing Salurday, July 1st, fi a.m.  lo ti p.m. and Sunday, July 2nd, IJ a.m.  lo 2 p.m,  First   prize will  be $100, with  other prizes and rh nws I'o be won.   T.O.P.S. CLUB  ,,,,.,;T.O,P,S.,,group .of Pender Harbour,  have lost 2011 lbs. in total since the club  started   April   10,   Just   nine   weeks   ago.  TThe gro.ip, ..hopes ,to ,',.,report ,,1h()   total,;,  weight  loss once a  month,  A woIrIi' loss contest is going on between Socholt and Pondor Harbour', Winners will  bo treated  lo a picnic by  the  RENOVATIONS  IionovulionH aro being nwido to tho  coniniunlly hall in Mndolrn Pnvk. Oul��,  Hide i\_.... lo iho washroomi*; I'rom lho  playing Held will enable sport loams to  uno Ihu nidiiiH wlllioiil having to onHu-  Iho hall, Tho plan In Io supply cnpliiliu.  (il7loniim wiih (ui iu.oonm lu.y, '.';  ,   Kninnm.'o -In..Iho. .Nloi'ugo, rooiri Is ho-  ng onliu'i't'd, Tho JiiiiIIdi'n o<|ulpnu.nl nnd  nupply room  is being Inlort'hiui/.od  wltli  *iotoh6uk,i*opin.4iill����whiH-|m(>i'o..(mai!0 for.,.  ho oliof.'kroohr unci hIrc) providing''wcoosa*  , 11. through tho main hidl, /''lib, l.u'gor  ahoflki-oomi will provide Npi.co for Htoylng  ho rolloi* Hknloft. wlion thoy uitI.vo, Im-  'ovo'niontfl ni'e nlno bi?lng' mndo lo 11)6  ilngo qqulpmonl room,  Special Trophies  Top athletes at Pondor this yoqr nro   Kflmmorlo qualifying for tho Bornlo  tho FrapeesFlomliig Awardj.Gordpn arc.,Roxnm*��,RuM��,����fVJlm Mc'vcoiv  VILLAGE-OF.dBSONS,  NOTICE  PART TIME LABOUR  LONGSHORE -CREW*���-~- _^,_.���  A part'tlmo lonoshoro crnw Is required for our-Port Mo I Ion Pulp  Ml I io work wllh ourronular Yard & Shlpplnq crown, onaagodln  Qlnp conventional typo (loop saa mips With krolt plup <bal<��  weigh 505 lbs,) . ���  Tho availablo work will ho p'odlcolod upoinour Shinning Tcqulrji-  rnint" and t��uU ayZoo. approximately ,4 day* work por month.  , tS! Sllonu will nol build, mill wnlnrlly or havo coll on any  '   nlhor pulp mill work.   '  SuccoMluLappllcan1lijn��?U^j;jj'��'"2 S^nms-fho-CoSrinvV  capable .of doing hoovy lol��our worrTontl mUiit pass mo company s  medlcoi oxomlnnllon, ��� ,  1  Tho crow'Will bo ��ib|ocfto call (usually ono day's nollco) Jiayo  lllolr own iransporlailon and a reliable phono contact,  , Rate of noy (of lor July l/7fl'*5;29% por .hour,    _  imo^ritrd onpllcanti rtiould apWIn" person bofWwrntTarTt!"tr  Canndlan For*��t Produota IM��_  CAI^R,  Howo Sound Pulp Plwl��(on  foit M��llnn MillWi OoliffliW-^ . . ,77  Sprinkling Restrictions Effective Immodiatoly  Effcctlyo Immcdiatoly sprinkling restrictions are Imposed pn all  users from tho Municipal,water system as follows;���-'  1. ODD NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and N0MTH.,  SHA\V and PRAfl^Q/SpS, may spr|n|<lo on;  ,7. odd calendar dates from  7 p.m. t9 TO "p.m7 ,  %. EYEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, HtiNRY  ROAD, REID ROAD, and SECHELT HIGHWAY, may sprlnMa  oyon calendar dates from  ...7   7. p.m. to 10 p.m.  "  ALL7SPRINKLERS MUST ��E TURNED OFF IF ANY  !>>^l^IT^Wj|#<*nW��'JJ_4*4*4M^W9��><*l  FIRE SIREN JS SOUNDED  **l,.l  May, 30, 1972  7 Gibsons, B,C,  ,7.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  >4��IM.t'  ��?1l*.W"**l l(*P  GAN IDB SEMIB YQU?  MR. X. W7GRAf1AMf  One of our representatives  will be at  Bella Beach Motel, Sachelt. ((Formerly Vic's Motel),  ���    -9-11:30 a.itiiv Junp ?2nd   - -;        Sunny crest MSVel, Gibsons,  1:00-3:00 p.m., June 22nd  If you require a term loan for a new or  existing business, you are invited to discuss your needs -with him; An appointment can be arranged by telephoning  885-9561  (Sechelt) - 886-9920 (Gibsons).  _W INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  145 West \5\hr Street  Ndrthym��ciitv6_,;B.C. ���:*  1 Mir-i^BiWW^IBa^  I *pW^'����['W'*M����?',*)PW*'��  Black 8. White also availablo In 12" 6\ 19" slxqu  24M5  ^JhE^QUASAR^PEOPkE'4*  *Motaro|a*rnakofi*9f"^Mawr"f��;olot-T��Yi  Parkers Hardware Ltd.  Cowrlo Street, Sochelt   ,    ,       ,  |M    i  r  r        l       (I  \,      In  685-2171  ��S<1WMM>*��^^^  -���*���ii, L  *WT  mf*mH*m4tm  ���f^.,i-  ���<���**>������  !.K  '4        i,       ..  *i4m4^^4imiwiinwmfmto��m*qt*itf>M  *mmi*t<>#t**��<*>^^  hwt*ws��i��rW^^  m*m*&im��im  ��iM��MwwwwwWiWW^^ \  V  \  Page B-8  The^ Peninsula Times Wednesday; June 21, 1972  v..i  Halfmoon Bay. Happenings  \-  \  v  PREPARATIONS arc well in hand for  this year's Country Fair at Cooper's  Green on Jtjjly 15." This will be a Jubilee  Kair, lor this year the Welcome Beach  'Community Association is celebrating its  25th  birthday.  Ayain this year the L.A. to the Association is raffling a beautiful cedar  Hope chest containing some attractive  household lfnens;The -Auxiliary i:*. proud  to offer this lovely chest which is the  work of a" fine craftsman," Mr. Loren  Shaw of West Sechelt. It will be on dis-  ���pla-y at Parker's Hardware in Sechelt  shortly. Raffle tickets, 25c each. 3 for  50c, are available at Parkers, aU the  Halfmoon Bay P.O. or from any. member  of the Auxiliary.  Members wish to express their grateful thanks for many generous gifts whic'h  have already been received for the Hope  Chest, tlie gift stall and the white elephant and book stalls. Mrs. Ed Cook  '(88579402)  or  Mrs.  M.  Tinkley   (885-9479)  ���by Mary Tinkley  , trail between RedroofTs aifd TITTfmbon  a Bay are finding it something of an obstacle race lately, with piles of logs and  barbed wire barricade's to be negotiated.  Tlie trail has been in public -use since  tho turn of the century, when Mrs.  Clara Lyell had tlie first post office  where the Don Rutherford hou*-*e now  stands.' With various new developments  8 along the'trail, some confusion has arisen  as to its exact location. Requests have  been sent . to the Road Departmen;L_by-  the Ratepayers' Association and various  ^individuals asking that the trail he surveyed and clearly marked. In the meantime, it is recommended that those who  normally use (he trail should continue to  do-so despite the p'esent difficulties.  IN  BRIEF  Archie Rutherford, recuperating in St.  Mary's 'Hospital, received a visit last  weekend from his brother and sister-in-  law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rutherford  will be glad  to answer any enquiries or  to receive offers of help of any kind.  BARRICADE  The   people  who  use   the   waterfront  No  time  to dressl  Must get to Uncle Micks  before  closing ^^_ -.  time . . .  * Their  experience  counts   .  .  UNCLE MICK'S  At The Trail  Bay Centre  Spending a vacation with ner parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte ha:, been  their daughter Susie, accompanied by her  .husband Richard Bolivar. Susie has accepted the post of teacher at the 7-  grade, one-room school at Goodhope Lake  in northern B.C.- near the Yukon  border.  The Bolivars wiil be heading north  shortly to prepare their home and explore the surrounding country before settling down for the. school year. Richard,  who plans a career in writing, hopes to  work among the Indians.  , Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene have  spent a tew clays on Vancouver Island  where they visited the J3arry Jenks family at Departure Bay and, Canon G'*eene's  son, Alan Jr. and his family at Duncan.  Their destination is Victoria where Canon  Green plans to attend the annual meeting  of the Columbia Coast Mission.  Mrs. Ruby Wurnc was in Vancouver  last week to attend tlie graduution ol' her  .grand-daughter Sina Weir, who was one  of 4(J5 students graduating from Burnaby  Central. It was a most impressive sight,  reports the proud grandmother, with all  the. girls dressed in short white dresses  and -wearing red rose corsages. .Sina being one of the three top students was  called for an interview with the Bank  of Montreal ancl is now working at their  Brentwood   branch.  Guests of Ed. Edmunds last weekend  were   his   brother   and. sister-in-law,   Mr.  V  and   Mrs.   Grifr   Edmunds   of   Vancouver.  An uitrr.^lifiu. visitor at \\v: Virg.  Game." home at KcclVooii's mis* w.ek has  blM.'ii Mr.''-Garnet's aunt, Mrs. Hope Dick-,  inson of Seal Beach, Calrlurn**-., for whom  it was a first visit to Canada. Crippled  wiih arthritis/ Mrs. "Dickinson is usually  hesitant about travel-ling fa'* from her  home, but. her nephew made everything:  so easy and comfortable for her'that she  \vas~ "persuaded to make the \trip. She  ,fle*.v to Vancouver from whei'e *?he -was  flown to the Sunshine Coast by a friend  of the Garnet's with a private plane.  Mrs. Dickinson lives at the Seal Beach  Leisure World, a town of 12,000 residents, all senior citizens, which sho says  is a wondeful place to live. It is a cooperative venture, with the residents  -awning shares in the complex and paying  nominal rents which include all gardening and free bus service. There are stores  of all kinds, a medical centre wUh more  than twenty doctors and a pharmacy  Where medicines can be obtained at cost  plus.      ' " \  A community church has a membership representing 27 different denominations and there are three clubhouses.  There are quite a number of Canadians  living in the complex and the various  community associations have an inter-  national flavour, including a St. A.ndrewV  lune meeting . ,\. ^  ���-~r���A" 7    .���~^Y / '   '  : "Senior citizens Branclx 69 v  \  ��� ' .  \ . ��� *     x  honour departed colleagues  ..A^ST meeting of Branch  69  Senior  Citizens,. '.-Sechelt,   was   held   June   15th  and was.the final meeting of the summer.  Next session starts-in September.  After the singing of 'O Canada', members recognized with a minute of silence  the passing of two members: Mr. Lauritz  Hansen   and   Mr.   Harry   Taylor.  The   president   welcomed   new   mem-  X hers:  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Lowe,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  rrandsei^-Mrs-r-Mcade and-Mrs. LyaHr   After the reading of membership and  executive minut^, Mr. Sawyer proposed.  in a motion, an ^honorarium of $25 a  month for secretary, Miss Adele de  Lange. Miss de Lange is both capable and  conscientious, and* the motion was enthusiastically   passed.  Mrs. Hansen ^relayed a request frpm  ilic Chamber of Commerce for volunteers  in man, for a few hours a week through  the summer, the Tourist Information  l-irwiih at  the  Gulf Station   Mrg   Whaites  consented to take on that job.  7"   Mrs.  Evans^reported  on  hospital  patients.   At   present   four   of   our   members  /are there: Mrs. Olive Porte, Mr. Lamb,,  Mrs. Steinhauser and-Mrs. Edmunds. Mrs.  Evans remarked that most patients would  welcome visitors at any tijhe,' and sug-.  gested that any members with the time  and the inclination should drop in there  occasionally.  4^-happonod that both of our elected  \ 7  Poe(s Qorner  ��� Yottr contributions are hivilt'd  BOREDOM   0 F   F A N TA'S Y<  Roach   for   the" moon; ___���_   Grasp-lhe  stars r ��� \  Watch the lines of your palm  Form  the patterns  ��� Of unborn galaxies.  Reach   through   the   gnarled   branches  Of statistics  Tear the pulsing  heart  ���,  Out of each-day,  And hold it throbbing before you.  Your   h^nds   become���  Vital-  delegates to the convention were unable  to attend, and the executive committee  ^had~asKearMfsT:Evans and Mrs. Whittaker"  to take their places. That was June 13th  and 14th, so members had a fresh and  interesting report from Mrs. Whittaker.  Mrs.v Evans has promised a full report in  the local paper, so look for it in this  issue. ^  A happy birthday was sung to Mrs.  Brown and Mrs. Evans and Mr. and Mrs.  Clear.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Provencal  received  Living. 7  Stare to  the east.  To  the new  dawn  And hope that in rebirth  The savage  Will  never  becorrfe  civilized,  And exist  In  the naked  cage  Of reality.  Club. It sounds like the kind of venture  we could with advantage copy in British  Columbia. v  MISHAPS  Quite a few boats were *in trouble off  the coast last week. Jerry Williams reported seeing a boat drifting near Reception Point reef and called Cliff Connor-  who went to the rescue. The motor of  the drifting boat had been snagged and  put out of commission, so Cliff towed it  to Secret Cove and it was taken by  trailer to Vancouver the following day-  Cliff reports that the sea was quite rough  and the fog so thick that in going through  Welcome Pass he could not see the coast  on  either  side.  Last Saturday, a gillnetter hit a snag  which made a four inch hole in the. hull..  The owner ran the boat up ontd the  beach near the Graham Ladner property  where he was able to carry out 1'epairs  ancl float the hoat on the next high tide.  Boat problems were also experienced  by a group of men attending the A. and  W. Food Convention at' the Jolly Roger,  who first had trouble with.a rope caught  around the propeller, of their outboard-  and, after fixing thai, hit a log. The party  did, however, get some good fishing.  Probably the happiest fisherman in  the area last weekend was 9-year old  Ross Manton who landed a 20 pound  spring off Secret Cove, with a little help  from his Dad in the actual  landing.      ���  added   a   footnote,   saying   that   she   had  enjoyed   her   Friday   evening   stint   in  a  previous  summer.  Anyone  who  would  care to volunteer should contact a member of the Chamber of Commerce.  A letter from the Advisory Farm,  .whose application for Opportunities for  Youth Grant our Organization had sponsored, advised that they did receive the  grant and are now in business. They expect to be selling strawberries soon.  Mr. Hayward, reporting on fours,  stated the Powell River trip had been  most enjoyable, He announces a tour on  June 30th, leaving Sechelt at 8 a.m. (ferry 9:00). Passengers will spend some time  al Park and Telford Gardens, then proceed to the Guildford Shopping Mall. Later  they will drive to White Rock, and stop  at Simpson Sears Mall on the way back  to our ferry (the 7:10). Fare will"'be $4!  He suggests all register as soon as possible for the bus to the PNE Golden Age  Day, August 23rd. Fare for that trip will  he $3. Mr. Hayward. also mentioned a  trip to Hawaii, which Mr. MacLaren is  organizing for October 6th. The stay.will  be for seven nights. -Fare $215.00.  Mrs. Dunlop, for Ways and Means, reports she has had good response to requests for handiwork for the Fall Bazaar, October 28th. Miss Harold has asked  her to find someone to take charge of  the bake table, which she has managed  admirably for the past year. Mrs. Derby  congratulations   on   their   wedding'  anni-  versaries. v  Shop Easy hampers went to Mrs.  Thicke, Mrs. Lyall, Mrs. McKay and Mrs.  Elderkih. Mr. Hayward will* collect accumulation of sales slips in the fall.  A memorial to Mr. Lauritz Hansen in  the form of a donation to the Cancer  Research Fund was proposed by Mr.  Sawyer and approved by the membership. The business meeting was then adjourned.  Mrs. Stockwell, our entertainment convenor, was ill and unable to attend. Mrs.  Lily Dunlop, pinch-hitting for her, had  arranged a program. Fortunately, Mr.  Scott plays a loud and lively accordion,  but other performers declined to compete  with the racket of all those seniors  drinking tea. Jt was a lively tea. Whp  saw Miss Harrold pouring to the tempo  of Rolling  Down  the  River?  Next general meeting, September 21.  Executive September 5. '    ,  GOOD  SELECTION  OF   NEW AMD  USED  CHAIN  SAWS  GAS  CANS  AXES and HANDLES  WEDGES  SHOVELS  ��   PADDLES  ��   WATER SKIS  ��   TOW  ROPES  ��   OAR  COLLARS  )   OARS   &   OARLOCKS  Walter Safety says,  "Investigate conditions  BEFORE entering the  water, and always swlra  with a buddy."  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