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 ^  V  ���4 ^^>^'^Sgtt;j1i*wrtr,rfey ����  '   I    '.  \  Court kept busy �� .  Impaired driving offences  increase on  CHECKING an auto which had its tail-  lights Hashing a member of the Sechelt RCMP observed the driver fall  through the open door of the car in a  state  of  intoxication.  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt was told  last week in court that Mark Andrew  Rennie, of the Sechelt area, was taken  to   the   detachment   for     a   breathalyzer  ENINSULA  test which produced a reading of .18 alcohol content. Incident occured at 1:45  am,   May   14th.  Rennie told the court he did not think  . he fell from the car and neither did he  feel he was all that drunk. Judge Mittelsteadt commented - that a reading of  .18 would indicate a higfy level of intoxication. He levied a fine of $300 and suspended; Rennie's - driving -ltcehce ior a  period of one month.  At 7:40 pm, May 9th a RCMP. officer  on his way home caught up to a truck  heading in the Halfmoon Bay direction.  On observing the erratic and hazardous  manner in which the vehicle was being  driven, the constable sounded his horn  in an effort to stop the truck. He finally  suceeded after the ^driver had driven  down the Halfmoon Bay hill completely  on his wrong side of the highway.  Subsequently Norman Joseph Belan-  ger appeared before the Judge charged  with impaired driving. Breathalyzer reading was .19.  Belanger- told the Judge-he���weu4d-  like to thank the officer for stopping  him and realized that otherwise there  might have been serious consequences.  He claimed to have drank only four  beers.  Judge Mittelsteadt expressed the view  that a reading of .19 would indicate considerably more than four beers. He hand-  -^d-outr-a���fme-of-$3i30-arid-  driving  suspension.  Ross Allan Macdonell, of the Gibsons  area, also seen to be driving, erratically,  was stopped and taken in for a breathalyzer  test.   Reading  was   .18.  '���Police told the'court that when stop-'  ped, Macdonell appeared to be in an ad  vanoed stage of intoxication and  at one  period put his car into reverse and almost  struck  the  police  car.  Entering a plea of guilty, Macdonell  said he had nothing else to add. He was  fined  $300   and  suspended  from  driving  his own home on or about the date.  Defence was prepared to admit that Mr.  Billy had indeed been injured and suffered bodily harm at that time.  > In evidence, Billy said' he had been  drinking the evening before. He arose at  about 5 am, made some breakfast and  finally went back 7o bed. He was aw-  akenpd  later to find August, nn the bed  Serving the Sunshine, Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing;'Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts-Creek,  Wilsoh Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl-Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CII-tCULATIOK OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      ~  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class'Mall  \  /  ,, Union   /*&* . Label  This Issue 16 Pages ���-15c  Volume 9, No. 26 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1972  attacking him . with an object. He suffered severe injuries aoout the head and  the hand and lost consciousness. His sons  la{;er found him lying, in a pool of biood  and rushed him to the hospital where  he received a large number of stitches.  He was kept in the hospital for a period  of�� sixteen  days.       ��  Constable George Humphries told the  court that -he received a phone call 'which  led him to drive to the home of Moses  Billy who he and another constable discovered lying between two beds. On arrival at the hoUse he was approached  by August who said "I did it, I freaked  out".  * In court, August said he had been in  the house a year ago and was shot in the  leg. He had, this time/entered the house  and fallen asleep. He was suddenly awakened' by someone shaking him and" in  a somewhat frightened condition grabbed  a bottle and attacked the person shaking him, who, it transpired was Billy.  A statement made and signed by August after the victim had been taken to  hospital was along tire SEEffie "lies but-  added that he had been drinking earlier,  he had hit out with the bottle then continued "clubbing and -clubbing". . Court  was .told that August himself had called  the  RCMP.  Billy told the court that until this  time, August had always been "a good  kid"  he  had  no  idea' why  he  have  at-  i���hirrn���Pound   guilty- as   charged;���Am  sentence was suspended pending a pre  sentence -report. .  Local students obtain  &BG academic degree  MORE   than   3,000  students  will  receive  their academic degrees at the University   of   B.C.'s   colorful   three   day   Congregation May 24, 25 and .26.  The annual degree-granting ceremony, presided over by Chancellor Allan  M. McGavin begins each day at 2:15 p.m.  in IJBC's War Memorial Gymnasium,  Graduating students from the Gib-^  sons area include; Wendy Ingl.is, B.A.,  Loaaise M. Johnston, B.A., Edward A.  Ball, B.  Sc.  Sechelt; Edmond, R. Cuylits, M.AM  Robert A. Jones, M.A.  On May 24, the honorary degree of  Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) will be conferred  on -Canadian stage, film and television  personalities Miss Frances Hyland and  Mr. Arthur Hill, on on producer-playwright Mr. Lister Sinclair, currently executive producer, Arts and Sciences, for  the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation  .On May 25, honorary Doctor of Science  -(B.Sc.)-degrees- -win���be���awarded; to  M. Y. Williams .former head of the UBC  Department, og Geology and a pioneering  Canadian geologist, and Dr. Norman J.'  Befrill, "retired professor of Zoology _ at  McGill   University. ���'"._'"  On May 26 UBC will confer the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws on, Mr.  McGavin,  who will retire  at the end of  Chancellor  and  six  years  as  a  member    main and are visible at lc^w tide.  of���UBCV^ear-d-of-G&ver%or-s^ =���,=��� .ttr���Kcas���agreejj   that  ^a���hazard���does-  Historic  For the first time council of Sechelt  ���held, an official meeting with the  council of the Sechelt Indian Band  in order that affairs of mutual in-.  _  ^       terest might be discussed. Historic  war'Tug*gestede'by Mayor" B~en"Lang event took place last Wednesday,  that a letter be forwarded Rivtow Straits May 17th in the Sechelt Village COUI1-  informing the company that while cil chambers. Next such event is  prompt removal of the old wharf struct- _   __. ��� ���       .  a���was���appreciated^���some   pilings���re=-���tllStOTlC GV6Z1I  . -ws������   mon.  SKSmM eyesore removed  but some piling left  AT LAST meeting of Sechelt council it  Occasion  scheduled for June 20th in the chambers of the Eridian Council. Fronr  left, seated: Teddy Joe, Albert Louie,  Harold Nelson, Gilbert Joe, Ted Osborne, Bernel Gordon. Standing from  left: clerk Ted Rayner, Mayor Ben  Lang, Chief Henry Paull and Band  econotfric consultant Derwyn Owen.  Former candidate  "tor one month.  ASSAULT  Francis Joseph August, aged 19, entered a "not guilty" piea to a charge  of assault causing bodily harm following  an incident on or about March 19th this  year. He was represented by David  Leslie, Gibsons.  It was alleged that August attacked  Mr. Moses Billy while he was asleep iri  Area B Ratepayers appoint  R. Relf alternate director  AT  A  meeting  of  Area  B  Ratepayers'      might be a suitable property for acquisi-  exist and it was pointed out that in the  event of an accident the company would  be liable.  BEAUTIFICATION  Alderman Bernel Gordon who seeks  beautification of the community expressed satisfaction with- his tree program.  He said he plans on' doubling up next  year. Flowering plum trees were planted  tooth sides of brie street' this "year to' get"  proves  CORDIALITY     prevailed     and     general  feelings   were   that   at   last   a  breakthrough had been made in communications "when the Sechelt "Indian Band couri-"  the project under way. Cost believed to���cit  be about $500  met with council of Sechelt last Wedy  nesday,   May   17  in  the   Sechelt  village  hall. ' ;  Following introductions all round, by  Chief Henry, PaulL and Mayor Ben Lang,  an informal discussion involving affairs  of mutual interest- proved of great benefit to both groups. A new innovation was  introduced by Mayor Lang who suggested the press, be permitted to participate.  Representing the Indian Band were;  Chief Paull, Gilbert Joe, Teddy Joe, Albert-'Louie and Band Economic Consult-  nt~-Dei-wyn.sftOw^ni -���,.,.^r^-;,^;-������,.lr���mr..m^,r,.,-...���...l,r.^.  Mayor Lang welcomed**the~Band coun-.  ejtund expressed the yiew that as neighbors lie feels it is time good relations  were established between the two bodies.  Chief Paull agreed and added that things  are changing and his people are finding  ways and means- -of- be'tter-communicat��� -  ion. ���������- - ;.'-,'��� ���������  -.:���.' -.������,������������.. ,,- ,;.    One of the Band's pet peeves is��� the  fact that the provincial government is  taking  more  and  more. in  improvement  taxes, specif ically.~lease���,property.--It�� has..  been calculated that, so far Victoria has  collected $200,000 from this source. Fur-  now feel  it is  time' to  go about things  quietly in our own way" he added.  * ,   Another .matter of   concern ,__. to,, the.  Band is the fact that it is presently pre-  * ���  ��� * * i  lr7  GREENE COURT  Members   of   Sechelt   council   agreed  at  last   regular  meeting   to  attend   the  Association held last Saturday at the  Welcome Beach Hall, members stood in  silence in tribute to the memory of Mr.  , Jim. Rhoades who died suddenly at his  Vancouver home  on May  6th.  Although only 27 members attended,  it was a lively meeting with deep- con^.  cern expressed regarding a number of  developments and potential developments  affecting the area. Speaker was 'Cliff  Thorold, Regional Board director'-for  Area B who was kept busy answering a,  barrage of questions.  ���;���QiiJ,he--XGcdmmeJida^  -old. 4,th.2*.'Executive!iof/;the Association  :,Fa{)p'bifit"e'd;'"'!t6 'Sm^^'Myi^Ty^  Committee which' would serve  body, between the Regional Board; and  the residents of Area B. Also on his recommendation, it was agreed to appoint  an E.lterhate director .for Area B to attend '  , Jiieeting��7when. he. h to  do "sq," Mis"s Rita 'Relf'was appointed as  alternate director. Oliver Petit .was elected to the i executive to fill the vacancy  tion by the Dept. of Lands, Forests and  Water. Resources for preservation as a  Green Belt area., Mr. Thorold advised  that the Regional Board had already  taken the initiative in applying for this  to be done. ���  - \ ...  Tribute were paid to Jim Cooper Jfor  his generosity over many years in allowing the public use of the area and for  the. co-operation  he  is  now  showing   in  ldirig off action- while efforts are being  made to' protect the property for public  use. Mr. Thorold pointed out that even  B.C. Wildliie Branch v  warns on game adoption  BRITISH COLUMBIA Fish and Wildlife  Branch reminds well-meaning nature  lovers   that   "���B.abes   of   the   Woods1'   are  not "fair game" for adoption.  Dr. James Hatter, director, said that  while infant wildlife creatures may appear  lost,   hungry   and  forlorn,   only   in  tion or other business which would spoil  it'as a recreation area.  BROOKS  ROAD  Grave  concern  was .expressed.......about  the application to develop 50 acres of the  Bates property under thfe Land Use Act.  Bill Pallant a resident of Brooks Road,  intruders, often stan'd helplessly nearby  as their- youngsters are carried away by  (people who find them cute and cuddly.  The young of any wildlife' species require care and feeding that can be supplied only by the mother and they usually won't survive when this relationship  is broken.  official opening of the extension to*the        ......  Greene    Court,  senior    citizen's  homes,    caused  by  the resignation of ^Mrs. .'Pat   , Pointed out that as no roads are .planned  sclieduIetf'W  ' ; '''"'" "Y"'^'"'" '���     ih.'this area,'access to theTbeach would  ,.7. m������ be ���'completely  cut off for  himself  and    ... ..         _    .  AUCTION                                                          WATER , ,, 0ther residents   The  executive wa<? Hi,-7   .lt!l5.an offense to have them in posses-  iii.iiiiiii,i.i.i��i,��,1WI^Tr��JW.<!M��y��VTiii nuiHi i ���!,,..u^i.i |I.,,i.iii|iii-MiiiiH.(i,i,��iii^i^����<vww��^iP^i^i��^^  "Sinn"',' " ���"""'���"","'"." "" "i'>.��"|"��ff ���"���,���: i"w t '.���"���" '  ������������������'-               ........                    .                                             ... ._                        -      -  ..           __                               ,            .   ....     .  -i     .,.,..   ,,_4     .....    T}-'- - j      ������:;���       .      BiUH.r  .,.���.���.,,   .���.������.I..'..,    ,.....������               , ..      ..,  The>>young-of���all���wildlife  are"pro-_  tected by law under the Wildlife Act and  StfnK  uled  an  auction  for June  10th  in   the    enis was the ever more urgent need of a  -Roberts-Greek--Gommunity--pallr-1It��� is���public_water_system_in_view_of_the_ex���  7'underslpoa: tile service^: of a" professional" ''��"*"'��"^�����"��������t��^    auctioneer have been obtained.  ected to send a letteir to the Board protesting such development. ���  .REJECTED. , ,. ,.",_,..  Federal    Opportunities  for    You til  wgr"&n'ttrwffl$h~h��tf^^  most incredible1 projects conceived, have  ' tenSive^developm^  ticularly the three sub-divisions planned  by MacMillan Bloedel.  , Chairman Tarn London reported that  the executive had had correspondence  with the Water Rights Branch regarding  the formation of, on Improvement District  bqon,4 ,dcnicd TElphinstopo.,,s  sought the grant in order to operate both  Gibsons and Sechelt,' Chamber, of ��� Commerce tourist bureaus.  POTLUCK  SUPPER  Recently formed group "Parents without Purtnors" ,wlll bo holding a Potluck  Supper this Thursday, May 25th at tho  Mermaid Street homo of Phyllss Rudolph,  Time 7:15' p.m, For further Information  cnll '(1115:2303,      ���     '  that since tho Regional Board had recently takon over * tl)o West Sechelt "tmpVov'6-  mbnt District, this was a. matttor which  shoujd be negotiated with the Bo'ard. Tho  .executive would bo meeting, with water  superintendent Gordon Dixon to*-, consider  further courses of action.' ���    '   '���  COOPER'S GflEEN  - Letter was,, read ,from ���- the ��� Hon,�� ken  "Kiprnhn''''ndvMnfi "thnt   CooporVGt'ee'n  -'RECREATION "CENTRE '"'  Mr, Thorold advised that the directors  of the Recreation Centre had decided to  take no, further action for, a year.  Mr.,London reported that a complaint  had been sent \to . the Highway;--. Depart-  inoiiirregardirig^ tlie 'condition !0f tlie Red-  roofs  Road, with,a request, that, speed  on that road be restricted to 30 m,p,h,  The Highways Department had given its  assurance   that" compensation  would   bo  , made ��� for  any damage  to _ private  pro*  perty caused by the present" work on tlie  highways!  The Department agreed, that  where the level of the roud was chunged,  . uccess roads- would be adjusted  accord-  'inglv7 - " " "' ���"   "' '���    '���'  "  "The kindest thing to do for young  _flnimals_iQund_in_the_w.lld_is_to_Jeave.  th'eiov alone," said Dr, Hatter.   '  by  the  government.  Aid.  Ted  Osborne  pointed out that sixty per cent of such  paring   a   ten   acre   subdivision   at   East  Porpoise Bay upon which it is proposed  to bring  in  46  surplus  homes from the ,---  Ladner air base. This will entail cost of  some 2,000 feet, of 6 inch water main for  which the' Band is expected to pay. Any  use of fhe main between Sechelt and the  subdivision,  or  an  extension   beyond   ii,  means   that, other   users   will   have  the  benefit of the main which? will have been  at the expense of the Band. Therefore, it  was felt that there should be some cost  sharing, in the service.  ayW..,taaftg4.,.expfa-inc^^  !_ii?ictl*y��-a service Of the Regional Board  and" beyond jurisdiction of the Village.  He suggested the Band contact Regional  works superintendent Gordon Dixon for  advice. ���  One area of mutual interest at this  time-proved-ttr-be���a-sewer_systemi-with���  treatment plant.', It was' agreed ''that present cost of a full secondary treatment  plant is "beyond the .means of both  groups, However, both are exploring  latest, methods ��� and .systems; ^ Meanwhilfe. -  it was agreed that engineers of , both  councils get together for discussions as  rrv  i^*P"^*^^��^VW^'^*'^'*W*T''''vV*'  Sechelt TOPS Club  lays down challenge  SECHELT TOPS "Club"' Members ' have  ,, challenged Gibsons to participate in  ^weight lossraco. Tho club which losses  the least weight por member during May  will have to cater a luncheon for llio club  with /the highest.wqlght .loss por, member,.,  .Meeting last Wednesday at 1 p,m, in  tho Secholt Legion Hall, members of tho  Secholt Chapter 710, decided to sell hot  dogs and pop at the baseball games nt  IIaok;Qtt Park this yohi\' Proceeds will go  towards funds to send tho Club's good  losers to tho 1073 P.H.D. In Chilliwack,  . I'/ New members aro always welcomed  at tho Club meetings,  Sl7 Mary's Hospital  pbisdn-control-cenlre-  ST. .MARY'S  Hospital,  Scql''olt   'Is'tha  ,' R8lh hospital In Drltlsh Columbia to  , ,bo issued with, a B,C, Poison Control In-  , formation    kit,' making, it  lho  official  ' Poison' Control ConIro for JLliin aron,  7*1  Indexed ln lho pit aro two thousand  pf the niotit common poisons availablo in  ��Qvitii.h- Columbia,*-mid-information-con-^  corning 'troutinoht nnd imtldotos, Tho }_,..  formation  , has   been   compiled    Jointly *  through tho facilities of lho Faculty of  Pharmiuiy at ,tho University  of British  ' Columbia and llio, Health Branoh of I3.C,  7  Coast G.u'll).,l.ll Health Unit dlruotor,,  Pr. Gcnimlll reports that n' Poison Con-  ti'ol  Conlra . has  Ikuiii, oporallnn  l��   'lu'  ��� Powell Hlvor llospllul for lho past four  ,��jy.qui,S,-JLXu,lnu���.lll7-l,-.firt1v..Uivoo_uano����:uf.-.  ���  poisoning woro lr<uiW..| ul lho conlro al,<  i'owoll,'ItIvor, (hlri Is i. (Ioc'1'eai.u'over lho  ii'VOrflgiiro of mi piiiminlmfM,   ���  ������  nn'd'other uiodlriilluns lin'hullnl. Ininquli-  ^ii:crf��plntrbltTtrnt^'^tcrl'lft>^pr^nt.^  tho^caueH^lroulcd-.. woio-,iiif��att!iUbbtwoun-  lho' ages of H nnd 3 yours old,  Next Ikhuo of lho local ll.C, Tislcphono  PlriKiipry,  will* list  a. numbor. for   tho.  Poison Contnil Qontro,  taxation goes TcFschool costs:  Mayor Lang ��sked whether the Band  had considered becoming a municipality?  Councillor Gilbert Joe replied, that it has  been-considered but while thero might  bo some advantages there are also miany  disadvantages. "Further, while Capo  Mitdgo .will possibly ^become a* municipality, it will be something,. of i\ pilot  project for* the whole scheme is still! a  little vogue. "Right now wo are already over administered" ho said.  Councillor. Teddy Joe agreed and added' that so far1 Indians havo been, continually told what tlioy should or should  not do by tho vnrlous departments "wo  Another   matter  of   interest  to  bot}>  was   the   possibility  of  a  new  highway  through the village, at a later 'date.';It  has been indicated that such a 'road,  would be in the Porpoise Bay-area and  this would involve, Indian property also.  n'tohO'o"' approached' for, further information. ��� ' ' '' 7 "'  v Councillor' Gilbert".TOO'*expressed the  vlow that such combined' meetings held,  in an informal" manner coulid prove a  great benefit, Ho, said that he welcomes  tho opportunity lo Improve hKs own,  knowledge and suggested a firm date be  so't I'or the next'such"meeting,   ,'  Next mooting will bo Juno 20 at tho  Indian council chambers.  Wi.Ui^-.itt is* iii,j��;jNtSii Wft ui* w  Department decides'.  Municipal Affairs Minister  outlines Centre procedure  i-ilnnco,  -���Thoi-ef eronrtul ivnyi I n,o*r|f!lrci'w'in"I^ry,w  porconl,  nm,|orl.,Y ,lu.jjuhh Ja-fl��cluiU'ttft.. ���  except that should thoro ho a greatoi' than  sixty   porconl   turnout   of   tho   persons ,.  qualified  to vote, a simple majority of  tho numbor; of volqs cast in favour'of.  lho question would l.o sufflolonl for pus-  HllgO,  UlSOIONAl-i Board does nol need lho por-  ��mlsslon-,of*-my"'13eparlmenl"to-presont"���  a fuvlhor rofqrondum on lho question of  the recreation contro proposal,1 Tho Hoard  Is froo to movo ,on tho presentation of lho  roforondumwllhout s'ooklng my approval,  Ilowavot',' lho successful pnssngo of lho '  roforondum, should mich bo Ihq case,  doos not necessarily ensure that lho regional'district will .bogi'antud thu power  - to^undorlako.-, Iho-dovolonmonU.oi: tho-,,  recreation conlro. Tho results of lho roforondum would indicate to tho Board lho  wishes of lho pooplo but tho assignment  of, lho power would, rest1 upon ihy Voe��  ,on1monda!lon lo tho,Cabinet, It Is my  practice Jo very carefully rovlow nil pi^>��  posala tofore liny recommcndnllon is,  mndo. �����.., ���     .   ,  The Infummlluii you hnvo been given -  .to-.lluuiiffuuUlhnt-lluiiui~ai'umuwhluh-(uivuw.  ult'omly agiTod lo, lhe propimnl nood not     . '       ,   _,       ...  volo A'siTond time Is ��'orm-l, Vollug <'<��     '"    I OOOy S   C/aSSlflOCl.���  rt-fllimiil dltilrlol miUtors ls on nn nron ' "  Ad-Briefs  point  the way.  lo action!  ll'liUU-'-l    UI.IU1V.-I,    UHUIUin    111    111)    UU    Hini        M������nnn~w>n����n������nW����A~vv��w^wW#��w.������#����n��  jTjrwii-lrnjdrnvitlr-mclrl'ndWd^^  "    wlro :it|" high 47. Baby's jiluy. pen $f>:  ciothch^tlryor Tnlsir^rr "M"^" ���fy^~'  '   ���    , .    ���     '   ,< ..',,,.       '    '.        ���'        '    *,.  '    ,   7i     ��� ' '   .       '     . I    7    7    ' ,  i       fl    ,     , ���    -> , ���* , -ii ��� *     ������   ���  foUnd'-^"���*"���"^^77777"���  Foiuid on Prnll Itond, GlhsoiVs, ni now  wink��� ����niplMrn"--wiUt*-**'<k��)nt*iihHM,p*-*l*)ellt,ve(l-  to Imvo fallen from n voliliilo, Now In  .-   .    k����nln_j of HrrhcM. UCMP, Omw.v uskmL  to identify  und pick up sumo,  *UtirnjiTesiionwnn)n:fttcrputimritrtifr7)if,o  Tho question of whether or not thu  proposal  would  bo financially,   feasible  wllh  loss   than ��� tho  originally   proposed  mqmbor areas participating will bo ro-  vlowed IJTf.nd whci]_Jhe Ro^loniilMloard^  "Titn^os ��n (KfraTn7requoH"7or"'llio as'slgn-*"  mont" of lho power,'$iich request' wiHild  -f*��tll<)WHift<.i*~UiQ-wi>M>fttM^n-<)f-tho��voU->H.  Kloi'loi'ul Aron A whlvh Includes Ponder    1 hirhour   will 'voteiu separately   on   tins    885-?654 Jqcholfi^lld^J^JJS^oniCL*,^  iiuoslion us wus lho enso iu lho first in-     " ' ���������-i���-���r  ��� Tlma�� Classified^ roach oyr 2,500 homo*  110,000 rocKlcr*),  ��� Times Classlfloda qo INTO tho hom���� . .' ,  ������~no^��n-^ayr^9r^traot3-or^^-culY0rtr.'  ��� Tlmc^ Closslflodaoro low-cost; hlah-potcticy  ���J��L"?."l.t9nJ?,ifj.  ��� Phnnq ||ni  Phono linos open Sunday; classified,  '���fc,'-;'  ��r��ttl( -ii****". **l  cr��- \  ^���^���������M-  \  ..   T-        ���k".  &a_  \   x  The Peninsijla^��06  ______/ J, J. \__/ J_\ 1 JM Ij  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so Wrong as to jail'to say what I believe to b& right."    ���John Atkins  Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher     '    '   . Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  ��,'jg��&X*.~,'.'r'Z.''j&J.'i'l','<',',','.','i'i'.'.''.V,',ViY,'^,V,','..'i','iVi ,'iVi',Vr,4j;  yTlrN PAST TMREE.' ?UST  WAIT TILL'�� GETS IN'E  Counsellor   At Largo  of.n Iftgicnl nnd ncccss:iry n.itiire.  ln due course two/or three of the  commune living: Away from capitalistic more mature element make most of the  j^K-ie^y.���i-t-s���iawHr���twin oils and -��the*���drtrs-i.m-, and in short time assuiwftgth^  governing bodies.  He sees  no need1* for  ONE   of  our  local   characters, was  recent I v   expounding   the   virtues     of  %��5H����J_U  monetary  gain,  orthodox  education  or,  needless  to  say,  the  tiresome  bore  of  work.  This kilter age-old function he has  almost eliminated by taking unto himself a wife who derives a regular income  from a fond parent, Under such circumstances we could all shun responsibilities*  and live the life of a recluse, if we choose  such an existence. It is perhaps fortunate  that we do not all have "sugar daddies'"  for all initiative and ambition-would die  and in short time we would end up as  cave dwellers once  again.  This same individual delights in encouraging young and old to throw away  the shackles of civilization and return  to mother nature. He doesn't exactly  live this way himself and neither does  he explain means of survival without  capital. If he does he 'most certainly  fail's to practice it. Even our present day  society drop-outs who claim to 'be seeking a shangri-la by aping pioneers of  a bygone era are existing mainly on  government's giants or welfare, in other  words, like our friend, on the backs of  those who do accept their responsibilities.  As to the hogwash about communes  as a means of avoiding local government, law and order; we reach' a stale  whereby idealisms quickly fall by the  wayside. Any single household is controlled by one person, usually the husband. In the event of a commune there  invariably has to be an elder, or one  rather more responsible, who is called  upon as a spokesman, advisor or leader.  As the commune grows it becomes necessary  to  impose  certain   rules  mainly  duties of a normally elected council.  With such natural growth it becomes  necessary to cope with tin- multitudinous  problems common to all regular* com-.  mnnities. Roads, ditching, culverts,  powers water, .refuse disposal, etc. Later  Uiere would be the question of schooling  for even commune dwellers appear to  indulge in proliferation. ^They usually  wear clothes and end up seeking improved living ��� conditions even though  life \tnder a plastic sheet proves a novelty for a short time.  Walking some miles to a shopping  area soon becomes an undesirable chore  which, in turn, calls either for mechanized transportation or establishment^!'  their own shopping area, Thus, within a  few years, our intrepid heroes who seek  to build a non-capitalist world, "away  from the rigors of responsibility, rules  and regulations, find themselves doing  precisely the same things we squares of  society are condemned for. The oniy  difference is that we aTe doing it on  our own money.  Probably in another decade we shall  look back with some amusement and  considerable distain on these new pioneers who contributed nothing to a society which has so- much to offer. If all  the subversives and dissidents put their  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times     *    Wednesday/ May.24, 1972  THEY   have   cancelled .bargaining   rights   with   Sill   3  I WE  would, repeal  Bill  3       Let me know^ what YQJJ  think,  SUPPORT DON LOCKSTEAD  NIW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  *> \ For information call     v  "^ "SignIS or 486-7493^  ������.*$*���"  I   %*|M, lift**   *_J>  "Obviously  Uncle Mick's  Harry Olaussen  Federal NI^^  warns mobile home buyers  RAPIDLY increasing number of people  today are choosing mobile homes as  dwellings which provide lower-*cost living for families whose needs can be met  by the smaller structures. This is not  surprising in view of the fact that housing costs have become more and more  prohibitive to the average person. Young  families and mature families (after children are grown and leave home) are the  principal purchasers of mobile homes as  mobile home facilities meet the needs of  eombtned  efforts ��� to  wor.^ifl��^--UMwr4>--4hQr,e am-a^l���families,  progress rather than against it consider*      "  However, the quality of some' mobile  able   improvement    could     be  brought    homes leaves much to be desired and in  about   in  areas  of concern.  Ope thing is certain; dropping out  like scared animals and condemning  those who work toward a better world  is hardly likely to accomplish anything  of material or idealistic value. We gain  from  endeavour  not  retardation.  JttonH f ipok Hiow-ltiit?  response to certain queries regarding CSA  (Canadian Standards Association) in these  vehicles, I have contacted the Federal  Government's Bureau of Consumer Affairs 'Regional Office in Vancouver as  well as Mr. R. D. Smith, spokesman for  the B.C. Chapter ot the Trailers Coach  Association of U.S. and Canada.  CSA  standards  in   these  vehicles,   as  in   many   products, entitled  to   bear  the  "PERMISSIVENESS today has reached  the stage whereby the victim of. a  vicious attack is still en route to hospital  while the criminal has been arrested and  released". These roughly were the words  of Governor George Wallace of Alabama shortly before the recent attempt  on his life.  Mr. Wallace was, of course, referring to the very type of scum which attacked him with a .38 revolver. It is be*  -cause���of--the increasing proportion or  rabble who make our" cities and towns  unsafe for honest people to walk that  he has gained such prominence and  growing public support during recent  years. His condemnation of the criminal  clement, subversives and rampaging  mobs���together--with-his-ob-vious_intcn=...  tion of bringing back law and order,  gained for him wide support.  reaching the limit of their patience and  endurance. They are starting to wonder;  just where they are being led. Unfortunately, at this time, we' lack leaders,  as does the United States, with the determination and fortitude to take bold  action. Governor Wallace was probably  the only man of that calibre down south  and the rabble have effectively removed  him from their path. This leaves a  bunch of mediocre "yes" men to choose  CSA monogram/supposedly relate to the  structure of the vehicle, its plumbing,  gas and/or oil heating, and electrical  equipment.  In reply to my concern regarding the  number- of people who have found, to  their dismay, a - number of faults and  frustrating experiences with their recently purchased mobile homes bearing  the CSA monogram. Mr. Smith stated  that many people have been under1 "the  impression that the CSA label means top  quality product. Such an impression has  lion officer, office of .the Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  Send photo-copies of contract is necessary. Don't expect immediate results as  .the provincial consumer affairs department is a one man operation in the person of Michael Hanson.  Also, iii order lo get some decisive  action, Mr. Smith of the Trailers Coach  Association suggested t.hat) provided your  vehicle is CSA certified, you should write  to the Canadian Standards Association,  178 Rexdale Blvd., Rexdale, Ontario outlining the faults relating to the structure  alone 'as well as the plumbing, heating  and electrical equipment. A copy of this  - letter should also be sent to the Attorney-  General's office in Victoria, B.C.  It is not always easy to make a decision when it comes to investing a large  sum of money in a structure. It is also  not easy to find out that, after a decision  has been made, the purchase of a mobile  home can lead to a king-sized problem.  Such a problem can often lead to finan  cial hardship for old-age pensioners and  for those who can barely afford the purchase of such a structure. Quality, under  CSA certification, must therefore be enforced.  The Egyptian Saggara Pyramid  (2750  B.C.) contained a plywood coffin.  Uncle Mick'  MEN SHOPPE  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  leans strongly toward . the permissive  society, therefore a change is essential:  It will then be up to the public to  raise its' voice even more strongly in  -a-demand-for-stringent-law-enfor-cement._  America is claimed to have had a history  of violence but let us not fool ourselves  Naturally, among the' sob-sislQrs and    by thinking it could not happen here.  those sufficiently gullible to believe that    \{ already has and more of it is not too  two   fingers   held   aloft     would   herald     faraway.  peace,  George  Wallace   "represented   a j  wliich���' 'supported the adage "an eye for  un eye". Perhaps his philosophy extend-  .cd-a-little-bcyond that .concept but. if  treating fire with fire is the way to. mf  the country    of  its malcontent    then, LOG  clearly, vory many Americans were pre- by  ���    -^^*u_u. _ f th    lr.no    led mar"v people to invest .large sums of  1 rotn Willi-rrttte~oP��--no���nopes���oi���mc���ion_j���money���for���trtre���utrclTcfse���ntT-their���wobitF  overdue clamp-down-on crime. homes "only to find, to their regret, that  Our    present    federal    government    their mobile homes did not live up  to  the quality supposedly expected of a CSA  certified vehicle. According to Mr. Smith,  some dealers who stock Canadian-built  CSA approved products are using the  CSA '<as a sales tool," '  .  Poets Corner  .The following ore some of tbe many  complaints voiced by disillusioned buyers: Poor installation of furnace; faulty  furnace switch; short in circuit breaker;  poor placing of switches; ridges in floors;  broken beds; bulging walls, door jambs  out of square, etc, etc, In many. cases  -��J_UXii^fi^ia^��m^  �����Y.our-confr.lbia__'l. are invited  SALVAGE  J.   Bentham  pared lo accept his remedy.  * country! If so, then so aro most countries in the western* block for nil are  us.sn.ilcd with similar problems brought  iiboul by permissiveness, Lot us not forgot lho sorry incident of Pierre Ln Porte  jusl u slum time ugo, Tho only difference is Unit, because pf n fi\r greater  population, (he U.S.A, hns nn et|uiillyV  linger number ol"wrongdoers.  Willi  our  own  rising  Incidence  of  7'crime, in 7iiniiCKn^ be up-  puronl Ihul we lire but u shorl dislnnee  behiml fhe Onitcd Stales in its break-"  down of law and nhlliiy lo deal wllh ll,  The George Wallace   episode    should'  serve  as  ample  warning of things  lo  come  unless we loo aro  able  to find  solid, Tinixl-liilllhg, leadership lo '"combat"  it,  inny.~>puopic>t^vvcre.m.isciiicii��m()iw��/via'?,��  bama's Governor  because  ihoy  feared  a dictatorship, It is possible Iron chid  niie would have been I lie end result had  he   attained  lite' preskloiio)',   However,'"  * " when a count i y be c'6 nt OS so barbaric,  dec ado m and lawless lhat the criminal  rules supreme, then only a dictatorship  can possibly succeed In eliminating the  C VII* '' t  This Is n fact we are going to have  to ful'o up to without doijay. Our own  ,        Conn of law administration favours the  , erjmlnn!, we liayo a government hand-  InK.out millions of dollars |o question-  able elements, and law enforcement of-  I'leers nro accused of brutality ul the  drop of i. hid,.  ...J-AIOll...,.^^^  "Oul" in" y 5Yn," V^oa t" a ii cl" i i'i t ci"" t Ho" b n y  Thru rain  or sleet',  wind or snow,  You huvo. to keep golnji to make  lho 'dough'.  You freeze your hnndH as you  drive  the 'dogs'  In those) rolling, slippery,  drifting logs.  You race  for another,only  to  find  A faster bout has loft you behind.  A 'sriiuimlsh' comes up, you're soaked  lo lhe skin, ���  Ancl you've lon! time of how many  limns; you Toll; In', ' .,   ur,r���.rr0ir_Man._mm__ ,  You search lho coves mid search tho shore'   ^''''W'WMMMMmiMtfmttmtf*  You find two here nnd then some mor,p)V��'    |ADIY   HM'f   I MYflC     S  Make up your* 'ho.urn   und send ll lo g  . ���. Mown',-.   ���    ���*.     ������������- .- * * ���'.*���.������.<.. ��� ���.".*���'��������  And hope lho buyers will soon oomo       H  around, B   You wall and,wall to uut your 'pay',    .���..�����.  You  Hiittlo your  'hills'���you're  'hint.' S  for a day, t.,���-v,S  ���A-HtornW^omiOH-.ut)l.BndJ,hey����alosQ,  tho 'Sound'  However, in purchasing mobile KbiYies It  is best to remember that the saying "let  the buyer beware'' is applicable to this  os-io  tho--piuiohase--of--ather���consumer-  items,   Read   the   warranty,   study    the  small  print  ancl   deal   with  a   reputable  dealer. ., .  teXQ.l^yJ!flJ)tiy-eniqulry-��regardln_i.con-~*,  sumor  problems, specifically  In  connection   with   mobile    homes,   the   Federal  Government's TBureau  of Consumer Af.  fairs   In   Vancouver   Indicated   that   the  federal Government, has Jurisdiction in  nroHH such as false advertising, weights'  and  measures' and  hazardous'   products  whereas the province has jurisdiction In    ���  matters of contract nrift    virtually  all  complaints have tholr roots In torim, of"  contracts. The man lo contact. In Victoria  .'���iM'-JWol^^  'And oneo again you wait around,  Thon they lift the 'ban' ancl once moro   "you-go, ��� -  Outln, the wind and tho rain and.  the snow, *  You're your own 'free man' but Just  tho fiamo       ���  It's 'dog e��| doit' In the Log Salvage  gamer ' ~ "  ~     '" ' "     ~    "'  JIMS LODGE  lodge Ifooms qnd  Guest Cottages  Dlhlng Room lounge  Heated Swimming Pool  Saunqs,��,Boat���,House  R.R. No. 1  Halfmoon Pay, B,C,  SficrofCoYo; Sochelt  " *' 885.2232  PLAQUE Is a nasty, Invisible,  \gummy villain.that sticks to  |:your:teeth7an.d:causes7tqpth;*:  I decay and gum disease. 'He  Changs 'around your gums, and  unless you attack him, he'll at"  tack your teeth, So here's what  to do -^   ���  -Tl  l_ffl?fflmm  -PwHIihetJ'Wfdniitdtt-y* ��i,S<*Mrl��  oiiJ'.C.'h jSunnhlno Const  hy  Powell River Nevyn Town 'Crier  >   Sechelt Times l,ul, '  nox!}lQ-8cclielt, B.07  "Sub!reTiptlon"K��te��r(ln-n4vnne9)-  AYERS  WEST SECHELT  Now Accepting  Reservations  \  my^m^^frntt^^yv^fHrn^tm1*^  I��oco(; $6p��r ycor, Beyond 35 mllci, $7,  U.S,A��� $9. Overflow, If; 10,  ~$rrrtnrthr~��"r<���~fr<>m'ft>rf~Md  '     Mnwe S'niintllo Jtirvt.Unlrtl I  (Howe $onmt4o /.rvtt Inlet)  ln**kmm_mumwnw.*mmmmm0mmmtmmnm ���  1 Mr wajW*��waflM^MW**����(*^wpt^^ |M nWwMiftmWtfw  SEC.LUDED LOCATION  MASOM-ROAD^^WEST^SEGHELT  nax. to school  885-2375  If  JOLLY ROGER  ���;; , 111II  AT SECRET COVR  VIEW, DE-LUXE  v4\CCOMMODATIOM  CTQtl^ET-IVrEAiS  WjwI***.).  (���l-flW-j  *iwW  mtirspm^Fc>if QuQsis'  Hooted Pool ond SdurtQ  YoarRoimd Moorage.  Available  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.  Phone 885-9998  <* .     7  Start with  about 12"  tletheends.to  form a loop and  keep about"1/2"-  * 3/4" between  your thumbs and Index fingers,  Slide the floss down between  your teeth until��� It'goes Under  the gum, Use an up-and-down,  wrap-around motion away trorn  thO;flum to clean,each tooth,  Moke suro yon  don't miss any  spots, It takes a  tittle skill, but  -praotloe'Wlll  rjnak'$ It easy.  Then take a nice soft toothbrush,  ancl clean lhe crevice between tho  tQGthandgums, sildq.thebrush  ajong the side of the tooth at an  angle lhat permits the row of  bristles next to the tooth to get  nto the crevice. Use a gently  vibrating motion to clean and  stimulate the gums. Then brush  up away from  the gum and  ____wt  1 R(tn.*f����1��if����tHit��*4>r*��**1iM<4*<M��"  ���'���*. *  X.  l4#��*<H|ltt. Mlti-ntm*.  .  WMK **!>*+.Mil ��*���**���*-*,*������  Dullo 0S(R ��� Oa-6 W, Ooofglt*  ��,V��ncDuv9(J  '**'���*.��*  "WJ-W ("����J*i*W��#1����i_lB  ���A/ldrni��!                      '           "                           '  you'll sweep  .PLAQUE right'  out of your  mouth, It takea  a little practlcerbut,your teeth  .Will appreciate It, you'll out  down your dental bills, and a  healthy mouth Is the beginning  of flono'rftl good health.  For more com" ^A.  ���Plote informs- /spfeCft^  tlqn on how to/     JSs?? <W^ .  give PLAQUE l.'-^^l/^r ,  the brush-off, \    -tfkrM '  ' till In the      AVl^-K  coupon and !    . '  /���send for out"  free colourful poster.  '.�� 'i'l"i"ini'r'.i"ili|."l|iil�� nui^i.i-iinriifiTr>Miw.ff-  '" In.*:  "irMfT"!  A public service message frdn]  THE DENTISTS OF B.C.  mmmmmm^m^^^tmim^'t^^  ^T,pw^*i.H,^iipmmwmH)<*>mmt  At l  wmmmm^^mmffr^if^ms V-  i&...  Branch 69 Senior Citizens  , ���..->���        ��� ���     * \  report of general meeting  ������*���*���  IN TII,E "absence of Mrs. Madge'Hansen,  Mrs. Lily Dunlop. vice-president, conducted the meeting May 18 of Bi-anch 69,  Senior Citizens.  The usual minutes of membership and  executive meetings were read and accepted. Mrs. Campbell announced' that she  has sold the raffle- tickets from the Provincial executive for the convention. Mrs.  Batchelor, reading the Treasurer's report,  vention. - ���������   ��� ���������    .  She asked us to consider the formation of a Regional Council, in co-pper-  tion with other branches in our area. The  ^Regional Council might meet twb or three  times a year to discuss mutual problems  and exchange ideas for projects, e'tc. Miss  deLange remarked that our executive is  now  planning to  contact other branches  operation can be .arranged.  Mrs. MacWilliams introduced a quart-  etly news-letter, National Pensioners and  Senior   Citizens   of   Canada',   which- she  recommends as a way of keeping ih touch '  with  events.  Mrs. MacWilliams did not , mention,  nor did anyone ask about, amalgamation.  This was1 surprising in view of" the fact  that a letter from our branch urging that  steps be taken to have a referendum on  the 'matter, had been sent to the Executive Committee some months' ago, No  doubt, this will "also be dealt with at  the convention.  She explained something of the way  in which our recommendations to our  governments  are handled  by the Feder-  sents a number of/Pensioners' organiza-  tions.    ��� : : >  Wednesday, May 24/! 972  The Peninsula Times  Page A-l  The Shop-Easy hampers'*- were won by  Mrs. Cathcart, our new member, , and  Mrs. 'Edmunds. Mrs. McLaren and Miss  Howe won xthe Social Committee's draw.  You are reminded of the special non-  denominational Church Service in the  \open area (Library) at the Sechelt Elementary ��chool, on Sunday, _$ay 28th,  at 2:30. Look for the announcement elsewhere in this paper.  Executive meeting, June 6th ^ general meeting, June 15. g  -or  -annoumje^-tliat the sum"  at the spring tea, had been added fp  the Emergency Fund. A motion to stabilize the fund at $150 was amended to  stabilize at $300, and -the amended motion was passed.  Mrs. Whaites, reporting for the Sociar  Committee, expressed her commitlee'.s  appreciation for help given by members  in putting on the tea, on May '6th. She  told us that the lovely bouquets donated  by Mr. Hanson had been given to Mrs.  Ann Todd and to Mrs. Porte, in the hospital. ��  Mrs. Evans, for the Hospital Committee, reported Mrs. Porte is stiirin hospital  here, and Mr. Hansen in Vancouver.  Mrs. Stockwell, for the Entertainment   Committee,  hopes���we���wol-l-ha-vo timo ���. at  $177  realized io-the-.acea-t^-see-i-f such a regional co- a-ted���Legislative���Council,   which   repre-  The Canadian Forestry Association^, is  one of the oldest conservation organi-  .^jons  in  Canada  and  was  founded  in  Dental Topics  HBARt* A GOOD ONE LATELY?  ASVA-HY dentist woefully will tell you,  there'' are many mistaken notions  (none of which, we add, have anything to  do with the Qood Fai^y) about teeth-and  tooth decay.  It is not foolish to spend money on  first teeth because* they are felt to be  .temporary. The future health and lining  up of permanent teeth rests largely on  the. care of the primary teeth right up  to the normal "shedding" time.  It is not' a belter idea to have a bad  tooth- out -and  be   dope  wft-h;'.:,%��� -i'-athei";':'  than have  it repaired.vThe loss of any  ,  secondary .teeth  may  cause   other  teetti-  *fo shift position.'This shifting could des-.-  troy  the  natural form  of   the  face,and  even the good appearance  of. a person.  It is not true that if parents, have poor  teeth,   their   children   do   too.   The   size,  shape  and  arrangement  of  teeth is frequently inherited but resistance to dental  Cavities is influenced more by a person's  \  diet and oral hygiene. .  To say that decay starts from inside  the teeth and works outward is like say-  ing the cart goes before the hofseT  ���Canadian DentaFAssn.  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ���  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon"  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus. .886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris  Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  our next meeting for some special entertainment. She-would like to hear from  any member who will volunteer a number.  Mr. Hayward, reporting on tours, outlined plans for a visit to Powell" River  on May 30th. The president of the SCA  there has arranged for visitors to have  luncheon, and view a display by the Arts  Council at Moose Hall. The display will  include paintings, lapixiary work, driftwood craft, woodwork, needlework, etc.  Bus fare will be $4, and the luncheon $1.  Contact Mr. Hayward for further particulars.   .  Mr.   Hayward  next  outlined  a   plan  for   a   photography     contest,   presenting  members  with  a  list  of  rules.  $50   was *  voted to  be used for prizes.  Miss deLange, our secretary) read the  resolutions which are to be dealt with at  the SCA provincial convention,, June_ 13th.  'arid 14th. "Shis "then "asked' the membership to empower their delegates to use  their own discretion in voting on these  recommendations at the convention. A  motion to that effect was passed.  Mrs.   Dunlop   introduced    our     guest  -speaker-.   Mrs. ...MacWilliams,.. first   vice-  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS'- RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  ,   John  Bunyan  Nickerson Road. Box 578, Sechelt ��� 885-9318  For    service   on    small*   appliances,    toasters,  vacuums, etc. Drop-offs and pick-ups at  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES (com)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  N   WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  -'FREE ESTIMATES   -"  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 jfj^r - 'Seeheir-  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing .  president of the Provincial SCA executive. Mrs. MacWilliams after extending  greetings from the Prov. executive, proceeded to mention - problems which had  arisen in our own and other groups. She  mentioned the raise in the supplementary  allowance,, which brings to $150 the supplemented pension.. She announced there  is a $50 hearing aid on the market, and  advised interested members, to inquire  through  their  local association.  Speaking on the question of ambulance services in outlying districts she  iftated that this matter is under con-  sid'ej..atia.n--b.y.^e-HoaM^^  we may hear more on  that at the  con-  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bii.le Study 7:30 p.m.  <   PASTOR' NANGY-^DYKES   (oower Point Road  -_ deoter-'foT Duncan's Ceramic products  "  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  o^mmmmm���^-^mmmm,���������^mmmm.  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas.Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  -      COMPLETE CAR GLEAN-OPT?  SIMONiZING    ".,_  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784 .  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &    .  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FlKlE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek,B.C.  , Phone 886-2551  CHARTER  BOATS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 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  ierfced Skip~pers7^~*~~~".'   Phone  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial Wiring   ^���P"wire-88o^-78T6       ~  MACHINE SHOP  FUEL  c  p.  ANADIAN     PROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin -  Sechelt, B.C.  e:  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  ��� ������������������- ik  BANKS  7  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  ,,,.,,. ,,���,7,Sunday. School:,9;-45 o.m. . ��  '"^^unSay ServTcelTTT a.m.. 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m,  'Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  (   HOURS:  .���,,,.. Sechelt;,Tues.-Thurs. .10,a.m.-3 p.m..,  n-nrT"ja"m"^  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10a.rn.-3 p.m  ,,,,. .7,,,���.,.,,. >,,,.Fr|,,,10v.a.m.-6i.p.mV|!, ,���,���.,,.,'  BLASTING  ~pmoEirms^ecxffr"  FULL GOSPEL  TABERttftClmE  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CLASS  9,45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Roy. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ���883-2374  CONTROLLED BLASTING  *��^'-,Alil^'iWORK,"'INSUREDw-*'-"  FREE ESTIMATE  Vv"w<" FRED D6NLEY ""  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  /ALL %^  FREE ESTIMATES  )SUNSHINECOAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10(00 a.m.  Church, Sorvlco ��� 11 [19 a.m.  Evonlno Service 7i30 p.m.    PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  ,   Payli Day Road and Arbutus  Ted Donley  f.\h 4-4.  v  883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES.'  Phono 885-2304 L. C, Emerson  If NoAnswor Loavo Mossapa at ���  883-2763 or 885-9326  R.R, 1, Socholt/B.C,  ' Tho United Church of Canada  . SERYICES  ,   St, Mll'l Ufiltod Church - Davli Day  Sunday Sorvlcos - 9:30 a.m.  Roberta Croak United  Sunday Services-2:30 p.m.    '"���  ���- ���   GlbibniUnlMd Church���^- *-"~  1 Sunday Sorvlcos �� I ll 15 a.m. .  rort Mellon United '  Sunday Sorvlcos*. 7i30 p,m  (2nd and <4th Sundays)  ,Mlnl��try  Roy, Jim Williamson ��� Gibsons.- 886-2333  BUILDERS  ������ jfnn_an.Hi ���*�� 11  ,BppfisL.Chwrc/i_SGf.yjcos���  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Sunday School  10:00 a.m,  CALVARY-PAPTIST-CHURCH  Park-Road, Gibsons  Morning Worship,9:30 a.m.  SundaySchoo|~j Q-45 aim  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  REY. RODEIIT ALUDY. Pastor  .885-2009)  A WARM VVLLCOME AWAITS YOU*   ,  .iuii'ii nun���w*im ii'mrn-r-r*A"-'-'tr-'J_'A   '���.,'.* '.!'."','*"'  For AH Your. Renovation,  Alterations or Finishing Wpfk  call ' ��� ���  Cor Zuidoma  PHONE 885-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.   ;  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-PAD HOMES  High Quality , .��� Roa&onqblo Prices  Buy q Package and .erect It yourself, or got  .   .    ,      ��� our professionalihelp,*      "  GARDEN "*"AYf' n.C. .Phono Eyos, 803-2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES   CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  ���7   CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Cohiplete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798        Phgne^SSS^OZT        Sechelt, B.C.  VACUUM CLEANING  "Stoves and Chimneys  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ��� SS6 PRODUCTS  IMPER*rAL-ESSCTDEAI_ER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Pork, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER     s  your  -IMP^RIAL-ESSO-  Ar tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  ~Stel��l~Fa&Ficatihg ��� Marine Ways  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS   COAST BACKHOE & TRUGKING-  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  X* -~^OA^T^DRYWALL-~;:~i-^-  Drywall and Textured ceilinjgs  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  I 'iit.*ii*ti!V��^*W-S*i.(  L&-H-SWANSON* LTD;  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ���;,$qnd and Gravel -'Backhooa,,  " Ditching - ExcaYatloris  )FFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885.9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  " PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations ��,Rdad Building  7 Grading - Fill - Rood Gravol - Crushed Rock  "     Phono; Sochelt 885-9550   ,  |,II; ,���___���: ,.,r,.. ���. ���  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topplng �� Se|eotivo, Logging  PETE DUBOIS  ' '"""  Telophoho 883:241 T    "  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  FURNACES  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive and marine repairs and  parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ��� Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  .   Bottom Repairs  883-2535  ���r^Box-7���-Garden Bayi-BiGr-���  NURSERY  MAGICS NURSERY w Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants ���- Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees '~.    7  'Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -\ Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  , at Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  .  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  / GIBSONS  E^O OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest "  Ten years to Day  For tree estimatp-^-Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt,< B.C.    ,, .���..,    885r��8l8  hftrt iMRftwi.'mM'niAiw  HEATING & SHEET METAL  ��� ' OIL FURNACES, STOVES AN^ HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  '.-���      All Work Guaranteed,  ��*,,fc,�������ww CO ASTLIN E-u S ERVIC ES .����<*.��.��<-��*��>  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 , 7,7..,-���.,���.,,.,!���,.,.,.,..,.,.,:.,,,.���,,.��� Socholt,.. B.C..  -��-���  H��EAftY*MlXwCbf|CRETT AND"7"  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Bulldlna Storo  h^ww~FQr..AILYour.flulldlno,Ne��d��.,  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  .   1653 Soavlaw - Phono 886-2642  P"m ��������� " ��wiiwm..��i.��w��^wim .������������ mmni i k ���'mm ��� ,- %  Free Estljxiatos - Fast~SeTVlco   G&W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured colling*,  NtjtW w.rvlna��plNorii area and tho Peninsula,  Phono 884-5315 :  ,4-     Bo* 166, Pari MAiion.-O.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  S0NSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT.MELHON to OLE'S,COVE  Toll 086-2930 or 005-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,  -'*���- Whon Ronoyatlnn Or Spring Cloanlno."  ,   ��� ,.  ,   Contalpora Ayal|a|b|o(       ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  t I 4.     i I I  Residential. Industrial and Marino Wiring.���  moctrlcHoatr^ Lino Won>  ���MBMMIUIffWiMCIIMtlilWIWPWWMiwiii mij iwijDWWH MBiiW|iiWMWWwyiiailUfia|M  ^%fi*W��ll��J��Jr��HiW  Rcaldontlal -Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTP.  ���^^GorrcoTmroii^H  Thono Day or Evo. 885.2062  JLIMJ^KJSUKIEL.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring "arid"Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  M  Box 307, Sechelt,-B.C,  HALL SHEET METAL  Pomestlc - Cqpnmercial - Industrial ���  Telephone 885-9606 V  Box 164, Sechelt/ B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  " OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  ��������� '���-'    Nothlno Down���10 Years To Pay  " ' "      LlQht Plumbing  ;: Roy Blanche-���.883-2401 7 7  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  -IRON-WORKS-������  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  ,    IRON WORK  Phono 006.7029 - 006-7056 - 006.7220  FREE ESTIMATES  ��� ,        .       i   ,   ,  JANITOR SERVICE    .  " Welc6morY6Th6A FlobTshlnF'Coqsf  HOWE SOUND  -JANITOR SERVICE.  Spoclallata In Cloanlng - Floor Wawlnfl  ',   ' ' Spray Puffing - Yyindbw Cleaning'    ,'  , .Rug shampooing  Phono 086-713T - Gibsons, I1.C.  JOHNSON'S"  "PUILDtfHG-MAINTtsNWCI"  SnocialltlnQ In:1  -ii  Papor1 Hanging, Ihtorlor A, Extorlor decorating,  ( Rug Cleonlno, All lypos of flulldlng  ^^^^^.MalntcnoncorFloor-lnitQlloUon,-^   '  Wlncloyv Cloonlng,  rHONB 005.97IS AFTER 4 P,M.  Hon 642 - Socholt, D.C,  f |, ,.,  9*tfA>ifWsiifffi��99mm.  T  r,  JL  ��>^i��*hMi^Kway��dW����w  Ypur Business Card  . ,    In ,thls space' will,    ,  roacln nearly 10,000 people"  Low coat -Hlph powor.,  Sunshine Coast Hwy..-^P  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsoni  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  All Makes -' All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your __'____  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishjng Supp|ies.T Boats new and  Used . . . Large'& Small  885-9832 Seeh^H  SURVEYORS  ^  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipeflttlng ��Stepmflttlng  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848  ������Repa|rs-.-AHoratlons.���.NQwJnstal)atlans.  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING  ���; ��� ��� -' ^ ;" '-LTD7'"'"" ������' ��� ' "-'���""   Govt. Cortifled Plumlier'-v   24 hlour Service  Phone 885"9014  ; P.O. BOX 825'-^SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533  Everything  for the Dp^lt-Yourselfer!  Also Paints and'Heating Supplies  ��� Free Estimates,  ,   j       Port Mellon to Render 7  .. Len Coates      7- Ray' Coates  886-9533 886-9533  ~-       PENDERtHARBOURt       ~  PLUMBING 8, HEATING  PLUMBING'"- HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and S^VICE WORK  ���    Gov't.' CortiiflqcJ Plumbar  ... Phone 883-2720  ROY 6Y WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyoet_  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  A" Brands Available  JVJojxdgy^o SatuJLdgy_.8;30^q.maoJ;30,p.rrii.  Friday evening by bppointmeht only.  TOWING  *'"'''*,r'"''"i'''"'''"',1!''Scows J"*~  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGI  ���'    i   'LTD,;,"1'. ���   Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Tpwlng  ..���,,,.. ��� 7,4..U-,,,7v.l.*-,.HiGGs,l,,i���; :..,: ,,.,.; ���.  JPhonfc 885-9425       '  ,Box,63,  ��� Madeira uPaikrJ"C."  WBilH | jrA|L~>  ���   'A. C," Rentals ,"  Tools and Equipment     "  Gordon Pay, B.C.      phono 883-2585  "'��� '^ '���-, -''REHT-ITrAT'fr 777"',  ""^-^-���THE** RENTAli*,'SHOPi~r'"'w'fc,*,<  ,,,���..(...,    ,,, ...rat Day's Pay ���"���   H>  *  *���"   '  "Wo Rent or So|| Almost Gvoryjtyng"  Typowrltora -' Lighting Plants��Tolovlslpns  Roto Tlllop . Comont MI><or�� 9 Lawn RaKo��  "    "        Mochanlq"? Tools"'  1   PHONE 805.2040 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE     !  .,..*,.  APTKR HOURS 085-,2l SI..,   "BTi,TOIkdBrTi|RESa  C '* S hArdwa^R,  "'   secmbltvm:,': ''  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  *m0wwwwto>��(ii)i��>**m>  ^'^XJ^^fmmt^^m^lsm.m Jw-^*^   .\ *  <w&iimwtiwmmm*!tf  fl  . 4rWL,|UI��TMH  Phono 885-.9713 ,  T I "���* ' ".���."�������i",...i-',4, ,.Y.,<n..iiH.,-,-4.~��~.p^-pi.  THE TOGGERY  ladles'' ana*, Children's Wear  ���  Open rIk day* a weoK  ","," 7Phoncs"8BS"2&3 '��Z''..  Cowrie Street/Socholt1, .  TRANSFER  -Jtui^.ti i^ftHA '-tfj* i0f  mty��..i^h-&_m<&>i'$t_-\_ti'a  'S TRANSFER  ������,.,., household Moving,,,packing,,Storaga.,,   ���,...,. ,..,  '"���     Packing Materials For Sale          Mernbor of Allied Van Llne���� ' ' '  Canada'iS No. 1 Movens  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibaons, B.C,  y';; -7-SUr^SH I NE:^RAN?PX)RT7;�� i:','. J)y.^,  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  ,    DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER     '  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling  T,V. and RADIO  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  SECHELT, B.C., PHONE 888*9338  APPLIANCES  _. ,    ���, ���   AUTHORIZED  " "SALES'--, SERVICE   ,PlilLCO.FORD.���,, MOTOR0LVS"r;-"7'  SPEED-QUEEN  rtw^t^p^i^Mwrw***1 n  SUNSHINE COAST T.y, SALES       ,  ...7. ����;sERYicE���i,Tp;,. ���,��� ^_^,;  , ��� r, ��� /and,,,1 ZENJTH7.DEAl,ERS ��� \ ... ,���C .  Gordon 01 Iyer   -   Ed Nlcholsop  In,The Heart Of Powntown Sochelt ' ."  Bok 7W Seehelt   ,  ��� '885^16   ,;,   .!  *     CLOSED ON MONDAYS     7 '  '7  '',*>  7  '...Mi,..1  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  ,    ,   1 ' , ' 1   '   .     ,7,   .*  "   Agent for.. Ilormos.Type'^rltora -f  '".. PHONE 88<3-2728..'   ,'\*'*,\  __'''(_.      " *  r,4, Dr*Thomas "-fir- Cor  ' ]WM,j-T.|��l*"lf l'  ,,'  r'.'rM'I.in ui��� |..i��i���������.  UPHOLSTERY  t,mmmmmmm*nmmm>*4m<mm9mmmmmmmimi��mimm  H��!9Wa^i��^Wl^^  ������inti mm. mmmnmmtmmm ��**mm\m*  BELAIR CUSTOM: UPHOLSTERY  ��� - ��� ' ���' y AND DRAPERifS^- v ��� ';:,;'f;;:'7f;7>71  Reuphqlstorlng n'Roslyllng ^Cdmplut*' Pw'j^tU A^M^i' ,  . .,'.   Sorvlco.- Samples ��hown Ini^fjio homo,7v��*>Y^,*| * �����  v*-'Ph,on��! 886-2050 nfto'if 6 p,^J^l^,'2^X,Jt��  ' '       n.   ttttAJitVT- 1       ...'('    <,l'i.U,''.{.l{  ,, , 11 1...    * ,   f - , 9ff   OflVMWii   .      am ,r^(*��^��i.is^iw!(0^t4iwHft,h 4  ��WW!imMWSm*#w��w#l(������*WIS��M������^ '**"'"   pw.^,,,',,,,..-!. ��� ���.������,  MMnpWN  nqir..r.iw.rmr..miil>ri.j   , ,r   *^km9im  D    . ,   n��**,.fEtl,^^fr'*'iir!Jili'4 .   .  ,i,i...l,M^,l..��.il��lrlki*<!M>l^>it����^^iaw��'4BwiMI  '. ������_  J'.iVM  '    ' J i*' *���"[  .Miwrnkili- >��������� 41?  *      \  \  Page A-4       p:f>nirtwla Tidies, Wednesa^vMay 34, ,197?     pjA|   ��StATi-(CoM<). RiAL ESTATE (Cont.)* REAL ESTATE (cont.)  WORK WANTED  BOATS & ENGINES (cont.),    BOATS %t ENGINES (Cont.)  KHfWW��WUtf*WW*U*tfW*tf*M>**>JU*WhW*MVU^  _    '2Z~' ~j~      Sechelt - Pjfcone 885-9654\  IHE PENINSULA /dtfieb Gibsons - Phone 886-?244  Classified  ^gtmmmf_____t_r_rvr��r9W^%tv>nt%��-nn^  LOT   for ,sa!^   hy   owner.   KK-  fholl   VillnRP, '$-4,0011.   Phono  ��Hli-2f)77. ' RK4I-27.  -f1  : HOUSES   POT!   SA1-F7  ftf'- O^VNfcB���T,nl.nn   )mw��r���B^ippg^st  ^nnhipo  ropairN*. _v   PARIM   nmispr.   120   h.i>.      1070 FORD\MavprioU   6 rylin-  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C  Established 1963      \   -���Member, Audit Bureau   of Circulations  Sept. 30. 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  v As filed with the Audit BureauN  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion    :���$lfO0  Three Insertions $2.00  ���������Extra lines* (4 words) -^= 20c  (This rate does not apply.to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Mumbers 10c extra  50c Book-keeping-charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  -pub4ic��*K>n^doteT- ���  Marriage Announcements  CAREY���Moore. Mr. Terenre  P. (Terry) Moore of Vancouver, also his sister, Mary  Ann, brothers Dennis and  Phillip, are happy to announce,  the marriage pf their mother  Mrs. Hilda May Moore oftSp-  chelt. B.C. tn Judge Ay.lift'p  (Pat) Carey of Robert.". Creek.  Tlie marriage vows wen* read  by the Reverend Chris Jack  at Sixth Ave. United Church,  New Westminster on April  29.th 1972. Judge Carey and  Mrs. Carey will fly (o Bermuda May 27th where they  will attend a convention for  magistrates, of the British  Commonwealth. 8fi'B8'-2(5  CARD OF THANKS  PENDER Harbour waterfront  i'ot. Sheltered,, deep, very  aceesslbFe" "to wate"7 making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  $18,000 cash. Phone 886-7374  .after r>:30 p.m Write Box 708,  Gibsorts, BC. 8670-ifn  JACK    Williams &   _Jimply  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card ot Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  ond 20c per line alter that, A  words per line.'  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take'  regul_ar classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00 yr.  Overseas _  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada  $10.00   yr.  .$3.50  .$4.00  Single Copies    15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Tirneii. Pecmission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic Or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. 'Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in _____  Surer-do wish to thank those  who famp to their help when  their boat caught fire slast  Sunday afternoon. A special  thank.", to Sammy Dice who  pulled them out of the water.  4184-30  WE wish to thank Dr. Swan,  staff, nurses and orderlies  or'St. Mary's Hospital for the  kind , attention given our  father (Barney), during his  stay in the hospital..���Chuck  and  Isabel  Barnes.        8752-26  SINCERE    "Thank    You"    to  all   who sent   flowers,"cards  and visited while I was hospi-  lized.   Special   thanks   to   Dr.  _ Paetkau,    Dr.    Burtnic'k,    Dr.  * Swan, nurses and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital. Your thoughtful l.ness and kindness will  ���always be remembered. ���  Doris   and   Dave  Ash ton.  87M-20  THE. OTRSONS. Wildlife  Club  "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 teethe newspaper. Advertising is.merely an offer to sell,  ond may be withdrawn' at any  time:"���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  rendition that, in the event of  N/i ographical error, that portion  ttt the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature., will not be charged for,  tr\:t the hplance of the advertisement will be paid for at the ap-  oncuble rate.  ___��_^- MWMJWWMMjM.. ten�����. ,!��� |.,,. u_^_~______~__.  wished to thank all those  who donated articles for the  Auction. Special thanks to  Norm Boyd, auctioneer, Don  Head, and riiany hard working club members. Also to  those who supported it ���  we appreciate it! 81.r>5-2f>  COMING EVENTS  ���A composition chefrge is madefor  advertising occepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy. when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  STARTS Weds. May 24 to  Fri. May 2(i. The Sicilian  Clan. Starring Alain Delon  "G". Starts Sal. May 27 to  TuesMay 30. Klute, Starring  Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland.  "Cliiuu  Restricted,  ler",   "Hilly  Jack".  8130-20  FOR SALE���4 6 acres, partially cleared land, accessible  by trail .with two year-round  streams, View, small one room  l...g rai.iTi with loft. Roberts  Creek   area   $10.01)0   rash * Ph.  88fi-::7i7.���: \ fffjrrrar  E^RT McMYNN  REALTY ,&  INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  GIBSONS   WATERFRONT:  Very attractive year-around  home on a nice safe beach.  CiVjest cottage and garage  workshop a rear; all on flat  landscaped lot with private  stream.  P.P.  $42,000.  GIBSONS    VILLAGE:      Centrally   located   '..   bed.   home  (one in has.) on a nicely landscaped  lot. F.P.  $20,000.  WATERFRONT PROPERTY:  Gibsons Bay area - '.'. lots  on nuce beach and other two  lots just behind with O/T 3  bed. home. Wp have a good  selection of other waterfront  properties so don't, hesitate to  ask.  ROBERTS CREEK: 12 acres  . of- seclusion, cabin on property, partially cleared, year  around stream. How about  that?  GIBSONS BAY AREA: 2 bed  home on a very attracive  lot. Owner has reduced price  for a quick sale to only $10,-  !)00.        ��� .-  ROBERTS CREEK, BEACH  AVE.: 2.0 acres with 200'  frontage. Level, lightly trped  and close to beach access.  Asking   only   $14,000.  SPAMS POINT: Very deep  lot from highway to beach  with good treed privacy,  screen, for the 2 bdrm. home  on beach surrounded by lawns  and  gardens.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE   886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877,  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.   8132-20  The Board of School Trustees"  of , School District No1. 48  (Howe Sound) invites bids  .for���the sale of-a three bedroom-house and0 a duplex  dwelling at Woodfibre. "These  .were built in 19f)7 and have  been   used   as   teacherages.  Prospective purchasers who  may be considering moving  > the buildings to a location  within the District of Squamish arp advised to contact  the M-.i-n.f'ipal Clerk of the  ih-.trict    nf   Squamish   for   fur  .liuiiei't-:   (Ypp)-.  iVos avnil.nl��le. $-1  Road.   Serv-  r.tio., 985-227  .8.0!).")-;  s.-rvi.v  Phone   880-2728.  inboard,, blue.   Ph.  7!)03-lfn .  483 3044.  4188-31  SECLUSION and enchantment  "on large view lots between  lake, and-sea on paved road in  Pender Harbour. Suitable for  multiple dwellings. Lowest  prices \$3.f>00 to $4,500, 10"?.  down 3'" interest. Ph. collect  hB3 ?.407 or 7687.059. 8658-28   r��� ^ ~  . Beautiful  Recreational  \     Park-like   160 acres  near  -PAINTING - and    Decorating.  Interior   and   Extefljor,   brush  spray   and   roll.   Ph.   886-9984.  \  8118-26  LEADING   for   Europe   -   best  offer takes  14 ft. 'f> inch*^ki  boat, 65 h.p." Merc. Phone 885-  9655 after* 4:30 p.m.        8633-26  d^r, standard, .. red, cleata.  on., owner, new ballPry. new  exhaust system, new tiros, recant tune-up,-- includes .set  snow tires. $1,700 or best offer. 885-2359 or 885-2266. Ask**-  for  Bryan. 8632-27 \  PROFESSIONAL    saw    filing;  tool    sharpening.     15th    St.  and   Gower   Point   Rd    Phone  aSO-^t-tl. 8124-27   \    -    ���*���  RELIABLE capable handyman  willing   to  do   any   kind   of  work.   Reid   Arnold,   886-9301  8151 26  ,\  PE  NEARLY  imormation   as  tq:  Areas lo which the build-  in a v  be  moved.  Iher  A:  ings  B. A stipiilation that the  duplex is to be converted to  a single family ur.it by the  buyer.  C. A stipulation that the  buildings be brought up to  any   local   standard.  Prospective purchasers may  obtain a copy of the Form of  Tender to be used in submitting a bid from . the School.  Board -Office, 37866 Second  Avenue,  Squarhish.   Telephone  Spcret Cove  Well elevated property, some  ocean views, trails and light  limber. Lane access from highway at only $67,500. Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.     8733-tfn  FOR RENT  ROOM - and   board   available-  for  one   female.  Phone 885-  9085. 8609-26  ARBOUITE oi*| Formica counter   tops.   Professionally   applied    and    guaranteed,  bring  colour  samples  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn  :1.    Will  to_irou.  Help Wanted, female  OFFICE receptiohist. Must be  able to do dicta-typing. Reply   to   Box   4192   P;R.   News  stating  qualifications  and  ex  perience.  4192-31  ROOM -furnished  483-9829.  house. Ph.  4190*31  HELP WANTED  .892  .28.  Bids   will   be   received    until  noon   June   7th,   1972   by   the  undersigned.     A    deposit     by  certified cheque or cash of 25  per cent of tlie purchase price  must  accompany each  bid.  The highest or any tender not*"  necessarily  accepted.  F.D.  ROSS,  Secretary-Treasurer.  8664-pub.  May  24,  31,   1972.   . , ,���:   2 YEAR old 12' x 60' mobile  home on cement slab with  32' x 18' extension situated on  level 65' x S-88' lot. Well worth  looking into at only $21,500  on  terms.  LET   us   show   you   this   immaculate  3   bdrm.  home  on  view  lot. The "L" shaped  living   room   featiu-es -W:W   and  windows.���Kitchen���w-  WEST SECHELT-2 bedroom  fully funrnished,' auto oil  heat, close to beach. Yearly  lease, reliable couple only.  $120 month. P.O. Box 366,  Serhelt, B.C. 8650-27  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Pommunity    Hall. " Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  I1AVE   two   lots   suitable   for  low  renlals    or  self-owned,  want contractor for joint project.  Phone 883-2407.      8659 28  IUR and EGMONT  ' 4 ACRES  .  _|_M-          ��- V * �� h^_m_____  hBhF*'   *���           i>i'     & ^���&M��__W__\\  r_W ���. -,,.,, i,.������hi--*, ._���___, rt_____mfi___  ���>  ***^  ASSISTANT     cook     wanted,  some   experience   preferred.  Phone   885-9769. 8629-26  WANTED TO RENT  PERSONAL  LADIES   -   ha-ve* an   evening  of   enjoymeu!   and   book   ��  AGRICULTURAL       Advisory  Farm  open   for  demons!ration'   of   Spring   Farming   and  Gardening Procedures,   ll   am  ���to  4   pnv Saturday, May  27,  Sunshine Coast Highway, Roberts Creek, Free advisory  service 880-2592. 8150-20  3 BEDROOM 12x60 Brook-  wood, double-door fridge,  luxury coach, $5995 full price.  Bank financing. 2 bedrooms  (extra large) 12x65 Princeton,  CSA code, $7990�� full price.  "Bank finance. 2 bedroom 10x  Good condlTion, fTTTly  I'm--'  Tnpperware  9333.  party.   Ph,   885  8009-28     BIRTHS  YOU   now   have   nn   Amwnv  "TRnjloT 'rorlltUnR���nT���Fnn*fr~  . liiopiv   Bny,   Pliniio'. 88.^9(1357  He  will then cull  im you.  8750-28  WISH  to contact'bailer. Day  -Saints members. Phono 880-  ���~2i7R~fir*"fii*n:zR,4nr~~*,67e'("."trir  wkterkMOqs.  48.  nished, $3,877 full price. Bank  finance. 12x52 Purketle, 2  bedroom,    1 '/���>   baths,    deluxe  '���furnlshinRsrBank I'lnance, 12x   55 SecuVity home, 2 bedroom.  Llyed In 0 mont lis, ,8 foot ceil-  ing, $0,25()|Baiilf finance, Dis-  count     MoTSvle   Homes.   2RHV   ^-  ,  .  .... is pfci5scil7to sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement spoco.   and  extends Best Wishes to tho-happy  paripnts.       \  -KinRsway ���V;nnet)uvorp-T.B-(eh.  Phone, ' 434-0208.    8152-20  view  mod. cab. Bdrms. are all  spacious. Convenient to shops  etc.   $17,500.  ONLY $4,500  for choice  view  lot in quiet area.  A terrific buy in a retirement  home situated on attractively  landscaped lot. Has to be seen  to appreciate  at  only  $16,000.  JUNIOR executive 4 bdrm.  home, in prestige area. Main  floor features spacious view  living room with cut stone  fireplace, family size dining  room, compact- step^sayer k'it-  chen, finished rec. -and���game;.  room, large utlil.tty.. Powder  room off foyer. Attached garage. Private and sunny garden. Few 'steps to excellent  beach and park. Try your offer  near  $15,000   down.  . K.-BUTLER- REALTY  ,   LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INStfSAN.CE   Gibsons, B,C,  .    Phone 880-2000  ' MEMBER',-"-������������  ���^���ttWFH��W3Hbia^-N���h----  ,     SERVICE        .  RETIRED couple, professional,  ���no children or petSy require  rent home, furnished Nor unfurnished. Gibsons area7��um-  mer  months.  Ph.  886-20077-  �� 7* 8655-26  t���. i~-_   TWO or three bedroom house  in  Sechelt  area  by  teacher.  886-2204. ,       8066-26  TWO or three bedroom .furnished waterfront " cottage;  July and ' August. Provincial  Government employee and  wife   886-7342. 8154-20  SMALL IT  Gordon  s. radio found at  Ph.   485-5797.  4186-31  1 PAIR boy's glasses and case  found  a-i  corner of Manson  and'bifnean.   Name   "Gordie'^  frame, black case. Ph. 483-  9385. 4191-31  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR sale 14 ft., 6 ins. Sang-  . stercralt... boat..... and .. trailer,  less motor, as is where is  $350, applv Gordie. Ph. 883-  2444 8628-27  COME AND GET IT  0 WEEK old small male puppy.  Ph.  485-5400.        4185-30  15��>   KT.   Hourston   glasscrafl -  with canvas.top. as new. 35  h.p.   Chrysler,   two  tanks,  anchor,  life  jackets.  Phone 883-  2403. 8619-26  PRIVATE SALE���IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  ^Georqia-StcQitJ^J&w-iJQme", Selma Park  Gn-Hwy. 101 near Madeira Park. 3 BR home with carport, oil  furnace, oak floors, fireplace, partial basement. Purchaser could  possibly divide into 2 lots���one with 1 50 "ft. rocky waterfront and  an exceptionally good view and the other with house and good  -gardening   area.    Immediate   possession.   Asking   $35,000   with  $12,000 down.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  10 Motel units (all electric)���8 with cooking facilities, office with  living   quarters   for   manager.   Approx.   800   ft.   on   small   lake,  approx   200 ft. on Ruby Lake with floats and launching  romp,  Price now reduced to $75,000 with $25,000 down.       157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D L. 3678, with a considerpble amount of merchantable timber,  has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake, road & creek  through property and an bid 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   with   hydro.   Full  price $21,000 with terms.  IRVINES LANDING  3 BR home, large view lot, close to marina and boat launching.  Overlookingc-fOmous   Lee   Bay- fishing   grounds.   $13,000   with  V    $6,500 down.  APPROX.   152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  $13,000 down.  FRANGIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx.  1 Vfe acres each. Only a few  hundred ft. from Marino. Each priced at $10,000���Terms.  6 B.R. WATERFRONT HOME���$42.000  With  103 ft. waterfront on over 1  acre at (iarden bqy. Lots of,  floats.  Adjoining landscaped  lot has 211   ft.  waterfront on over  2- acres  and   is  available  with   the  house   for... a" total   price   of  $70,000.  '  APPROXIMATELY 33, ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx.  10 acres partially cleared and in grass. Would make excellent  subdivision or mobile home park. Full price $32,000 with $10,000  down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK    ���  Choice view lots on  64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,500  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready.for building.  -AH^PRGXt^S^FT^-WAT-ERF^ONT--  Approx. 2400 sq. ft. on 2 floors, 4 bdrms, 2 bathrms, 2 fireplaces, W.W. carpeting, large rec. room. Also 24x30 outbuilding.  Clear Title:,Only $41,500,00, wlth7$1.0,500 dn. Bank financing  available. To view Phone 885-9630.  Garden Bay���over, one acre.-Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  LAGOON ROAD  4 very good building lots.  Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots . . .  $6,000 each, with only $ 1,000 down.        ^   �������� IRV-INEi5-LANDING'r"  y*  8131-20  ',(1  REAL ESTATE  T tYtoifiw&fc,'. I&ft*.^ (tifttf.  ALCOHOLICS Anonymnun ���  "MoollhK'fi" 8:30" p.m.,  Tliui'H-  cVuys, WHlsiou. Crook Community  Hall.  Ph,  8H5-I)327,.��        ���.  HOG"***. 1 fn  COASf CONTRACTING  BullcUnf. - All typoM.  I-tool'li... - .Duiu'iild.,,Shliu{li>,i,��.  ShnlioH "Alhmluiliri M"  '"  Pointing ��Tnt;, I'lxi7- Hon, &  CuiniH.H','1.,1  ��� Concroto - linHc.ihbnt,,'''- nldor  wnllw. - 'iion &i ivUlnln... wnlln.   "I'luiH' I'oviu'lim.... .limulntUin..  Phone 8867320  3'FIVE ACRE BLOCKS '-  within Village of Sechelt  Kli-jvufecj, future vlow properly,  uiulovolopocl bountiful   locution, , Wont    Porpolmj    Buy,  $9,000 onch. cnah/'Phmw-BUn---  !)lin*1 nr wrllo Box'ail), Rooholl  itcv   ��� miio-tru  REAL ESTATE  ..SECHELT,, B.C.  .ESTATES LTEW*���*,    "        885-2241  Vancouver Direct Lino MU5-55-14  ���  Soo us at our Offlc? across from tho Socholt Bus Depot  -r��WJp*MW<IWMM*wyM(fiy��  ��� Jalil1>l,fi#*!jM:Bii),ljjf#*A��a��*i��i,|  ruol'I'H Komi.  I'nlontlnl vlow  on   puvoil   mud," pnwor   ��iut ���������  idiuiio iivitllulil... $ai)l"(), Phono  ��� iiii^DiirH,      , .'. ,  uniH-vftv  '��� '"' '     ���'~rNEWXbEDI^OTvV HOME, ,��� *  In  lho  l-lonrl  ol   Socholt,  w,w.  carpol,   lovoly. kltchon,  carport,  Clnsn to all  locllltloii, Only  $24,000 hums,  call  Siuonno Von  ���^.���.,,v,    ���       ,   |.nmont|  885-2241 or 885-9683..  1)3 A'C'llKH, Shiiw  \Um\. aib-  hiidh    Yllln��o, r>    uiliuttvrj..  WMlK   III   liluli   MOllOlll,   $10,001),  Miiiiio  flllll-Dlllll  evoiilllHH,  ���WEST SECHELT  Lovoly   morlorn   3   bedroom  homo,   dpolloniily   cloon,   llroploco,  work fihnpi���lorflo. lot, Onlv !}123(800 torms. To vlow call Sii?.qnno  ,     Van Eflmond,  P6hcl6r Harbour  Tel: 883-2794      .    .WATERFRONT LOTS,, :,,   Wo hovo somo choice W.P, lots, proiectcd mooraoo, sandy boach,  groat llshlng area, norvlcocl���from only $11,500, "Don't miss  ono!i���,.wcalUSu^Qnno��Van.~^iomQnd,��8Ql5^9QQ3���0^:uQQ"'^?,.'1J,.,  * , ummm .��n iiiiiiwi��m���i*���iiin������ ~t   MARINA SITE GARDEN BAY  ?,95', .WATERFRONT, I... Acres. V/ator., Ucaso,   I.I Aero Hoars  ���and Marino wayt.' Shop 2 Wrooln homo with psml, SUIIo, South  WqsroxposMro'WInflfreerP^  FP, Somo Torrnfc at 7%, Coll J; or S, Andoriion--a8S.23,o5 or  8BQ.2053,  "���w^n*!1***  _1 ���..4,..ESTABLlSiHEDlMARINA���_���.__.:   Fully modern equipment, trailer spaces & boat rentals.  l-ow Inloront rates, wllh ntibstanllal down pnymont,  Phono for dolallr.,  POST & BEAM-^-Largo, ., bedrooms, 3 sats pHirriblna,  plpasantvlow ol moMnlalns andjiky,, BmIH to VLA  standards and still qualifier-) for same  On \V? acros  .���...���� r.miiViw.wwiM^ (ijy^-T,-,.- fc.itgq..!ggta*^r,Tiixgf^ssa  .Vlow homo wl  ?, loroo nodrpornn. 14x22 .Mylnq Rrn, Wall to,  m M"irt(tirii|t*ni��(��  'PLEASANT  COTTAGE���On,, )   aero,   2  bedrooms,  would make Ideal retirement situation. See 'thin ono       todayl  WWI'WMlWWIWHlKMH��H*t<��|iai>tw*Win��di����Mrn|lW|MWMWIi<lM��'����fc,W����iHW!l���� ^^.t.,^w^tJ ar*V*^*im44Wllfelto!Mmtt9V9mi(m��9*t*IIWlM9l*'*9^WM^ I ^IIHIIMfrjgW  Wall Carpolv Full Dr.mt,| Plus 6n extra vlow lot. All .corprjUinlly''"'  'iPivlro\ Now aluminum nldlno cloio to boach, F,P, $J2,500. J,  Andorwm BoS-2053 or S, Andorr,on BB5.23B3,  'SECMA PARK  90x17*1 Vlow lot, Portly cloarod, Drivo way In, fiorvlcocl, clono tn  Incllliloa,' F,P,  $4500, J, Andorsorv B8Q.i2093 or S, Andnrtion  005-2385.  *�� #>t*Wft#***����<r*'W11M.W**Wl^t��t��VJ~.iiM��fc  LIVE BY THE LAKE���Nlcc easy to clear lot on qtilct  *   toddyl ���  I, NEEb LISTINGS  Call John Breon at 883-2794 (2-4 hours)  .   .      .ROBERTS CBEEK  75x200  cl6circd.7Road7 Serviced.7R��^:;:^qnlna, f,P,;Ji5(?"07  J, Andornoh flBS.2033 or S.Ahdorwn 885*2385, ,    SECHELt_VI.ILLAGtL_^__^_^.  tu  .Waiorfront,UL.B5J.tkM.pn WF vlth.-onL��><5��Mrnt���.^t\aTS,.i.^9!��.J-a  trood and only Mops lo launching rarnp, Lot,.Is lovol with ��i good  ��� MMInfl~.��l'�����'-�� Now..��l;lww^  AQ5.2QS3 or 8BS.238S S; Andor-ion,  REDROOFFS  panoramic Vlow Lot, All Serviced, Just off Hiohwny 10,1, Good  boach ncdoss. South slnpo, Arhutuu trcos, P,P,. \79pO, J, Andor-  -ion BBS-2033* or S, Andflrson OdB.2305, ���     .  ,,.., .4.,     . .(I.,.       ,��  , I ,  III* .     I     I   ���'  ljt.^-..i..i..l-J f J____f..i_.   t      ___..___i M ..l.^i fl  ^  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  ��--^.��.|vjO'T:ARY��PUBUIG��AN[>-'APPRAISALS*  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  CONSIDER LANGDALE SUBDIVISION as a site for  your new home. Drive out there some evening, note  new houses going up, You loo can build in this at-  trabtlve sLibLtrb.Ask us whoro'tho available lots are,  Bank mtgs, available; '     7        , .   ;.���  NO]^XH;ROAD��|(3IBSONS-r4i6.acros.-of-flatJanrf.wlt1i^-  a fulu^rhaT-nico ^  a "small'holding and close to schools and shopping  rpa.ke this a deslrablo properly, F.P. .$21,000, Terms  on half down.      ;    ���   '      ' "'���"   ,7.   >n.r,...ii.l|ili-ii|in iip��iii fi."' ���������11^  WATERFRONT GEORGIA BLUFF. Seclusion Is.thq  word for this loyoly homo with a large private courtyard, all b|acktopped, leading from, there through a  ��� boautlf^Ty lartdscapod rockery downTo^ll2 feorof  ..--'waterfront overlooking,Howe Sound,.The houso.stqnd  , out with Its, full wall fireplace, orange carpots, dining  Jroom with brunch bar In the kitchen, master bdrm with  en-sulte,plumbing and sun dock/3 bodrooms In all,  lower floor has window walls, recreation room, all  with tho,,samQ,.,torrlflc view. See this on terms of  "GlfeSONS VllXAGE, 3 bdrm, homo, lM-4'sq. ft/spa-  clous kltchon wllh dining area,, cprnor flroplaco In  L.R. On nico flat'lot close to boach and short walk  to shopping. F,P, !|i24,000. Mortgage available on  llils otio.,    ,' ' ,  2 BR furnished home on  large view lot. Close to marina, boat  launching and  famous Lee  Bay fishing grounds,  $15,000 with  $7,500 down.  PRIVACY^GARDEN BAY' LAKE  Comfortable 2 B.R, house,  fully furnished on extra largo park-  like, lot overlooking Garden Bay,Lake.,WJth,247'Jron!5flSi����d����i.  -NEAR-NEW 2 BR HOME  bn/af&rox."'%  acre level  lot near "Madeira Park, Has'electric  heating, flroplaco/ storage ancl carport,. Full priqe $21,000.  400 FT. WATErVF~RONT^BARGAIN HARBOUR  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobilo homo 'mounted' on concroto and on  "*Qpprox7"lT400isqruftrwell "constructed *bullding*easl ly.convorted-  Into a. vory nice homo (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool'room���recreation room). Landscaped. Float ond  private marine ways!' Many opportunities for 'development* or lust  o real nlcp place to live, Ewoeptlonally good buy at $53,000 with  $20,000 down.  FURNISHED HOME���IRVINES LANDING  Vory comlortoblo 3 B.R. vlow homo on largo lot, Good gardening  r,oll7Clbso to marina and boot launching. $25,000' with torms,  . '''EXRUToWRESTAURASif'"'"'"."  At Rarl Covo Porry Terminal, tho host location pn tho Sunshine  -Coqst, Proporty, builnoss and equipment for sale, or would loaso  ""' " bunlnoRd and oqulpmont:1 ' '   '      ;>  l-arl  Covo���marlno,  matol  or sulxllvlslon  r.lto  od|o|nlng  forry  1 terminal.' Approx, SI* acros with; approx,  850 ������<ft. .waiorfront,  1,300 ft. op Hwy, 101,, Full' prlco $75,000 with $30,000 down.   '   SAKlNA^tAK^ .     "   . t '      ' -  13.8 acrori, nlcoly troocl land with Qppro><.'350' Cholco Wcitbr-  (ronl, Asking $40,000,00.  -VIEW-H0MlrONH^AGRE5��  w^mmimmitkiivvtimr.  z1lOMRTS:CREEK^PrfcedTto^cl I-. quleklyrlorge- lot-75���  ft. by 425 ft,,'on boach avoi Partly cloarod, water .and  7SerYlcoslh,.F,,P. '$5S00.cash.    LARGEBUILDING LOT. Cleared, somo fruit trees, on  ^romoTibt"qlber^  ^bldc^ffo^'Shopplng'^Gfcntrertransportatlon-ctcrthh^  ������tyf��e--o^*|oi��lfl*-*r.carco..rat.,lho,,,pr.lco.,,,ai���!R4:*OOQ ��� '���   '     '  UStlNQS-^VyANTED ;     ' ���  ,     , p499^4^mn.m.m*49^m^i  ������ * "I**.*��� �� ilnim^  K, A. Crosby 886*2098 - ..  E. White  B^2935  ���   ,,.        J, Vlssor. 885-2300    , ,  . |        4        ' .       ,, ,  ,, i, _  \ r,    r ii .' L ���   J '   '*     ..,,,*���,,        . ���      ,    ���������li      , t *.�� l,i I.  Woll built partially furnished M60 sq. ft, 2 B,R, homo, with  bosoment and tho host of* everything, 2 full bathrooms*'fireplace,  hot water heating, double carport and polio, Royonuo posulblll"  tlovfrorn pldoi1 buildings on proporly, $39,750 with ,$15,000        down, i  view Cots^gaSden bay  Vory largo park-llko Iota overlooking Pondor Harbout. Priced from  ' $5<000 W $6,000 With pood torms. ' ,'    '  """^ """waterfront lots"  75 ft ���:.... $16,500  135 fl,    ,)9.000  275 ft, ........... $26,000'  % AGRE^JOHNSTpNE ROAD  Madeira  PaiV^Gonlly  sloping,' nlcoly troocl  lot,  $6,500 caih.  4^lTviEVri^ME  Noor Modolrn Pnrrk,,and on,largo vlow,lot. Oil furrnoco, balcony,  "*"; '"::: ';i "'"inirritrdtnicf-iJassesMonr^l^PO;' -v; ���-"-���yvr  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several |ot�� cjVqIIoI'Iq, '  Many other view and waiorfront lotn Ih tho Pondor Harbour area  90 ft, ' .���;���. $18,500  BR ft, ,r...  $10,500   IlilSiiil^  ....      ".   ^" ^ .'.������"���;;'-���'''.��� ~Oj______i_____p  ,*^^wm m. ���, yn pw^;.;., WB*>i ���;.,- ������ ���,.%,  .  Madeira Park, B,C,  Phono Condor Harbour. 883-2233  H*ffi*m**#����a**^^  *WlWw��  V  ^^m^i^^m^^mmmmm.  ^.U  pt,**J*>#*��"*ai \v Y* '*���  a'Jl|.*��^W^lP*-r^^^SW*��!M^-^^^V^^��tt^Wt^tf^l  �������� wnts*.j^n4'^>i��si9  ^Hr-*4>w-t��^!WiWOT��tf.If ��>��i eKMtHWHf. y-JWIW  I ��  ���^Vnr  A  7"  .-.-  y,S\ ,\.,^.  X  .ii Peninsula Times, Wednesday, May ��4, 1972       Page A-5  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    Boats and Engines (cofit.*)  AUTOSi&f RUCKS (Cant.)    LIVESTOCK (Continued)   .,     fO^SALE (Continued) FOI* SALE (Continued)  r.I.UF, Lady-24 ft. Arloraft  , wiih, full house tvpe covct,  Command and lower control.  Olds V-8 with Warner \gear.  Head, tape deck, lots of equipment. Needs paint. $4,700. Dry  stored at Madeira Marina,  Pender Harbour. Phone 883-  2266. 8662-28  18 FT. plywood outboard  boat with complete canvas  top. Can be seen at Garden  Bay, full price $550 or nearest  otter.   Ph.   883-2416.      8585-27  15V   CHRIS  Craft,. cathedral  hull, full top, $995. Madeira  10   FT.    Saugsfer   r-raft   boat,  C>   h.p.    .Johnson.-   motor,   as  new,     $550.     Bannister     c/o  Julian   885-2467.        ...   8612-26  14   FT.   Runabout  and  trailer  with  9.9  h.p.   electric  starting    Chrysler    motor.   Phone  885-9772. 8630-27  CARS & TRUCKS  19G0 D-ODGE half-ton pick-up  witlt prywood canopy, $400  or best offer. Phone 886-7682.  8635"*27  1959   CHEV   %   ton   pick-up.  .cycle,  $400.   I9fi4  Dodge  se  dan, $x400. 886-7766..      8674-26   _a .   MOTORCYCLES   1   '72 SUZUKI 90 cc\ Exc. cond.  3,000 miles.  Asking $375 or  best  offer.  Ph.  485-5741.  v 4187-31  ' ...  MOBILE HOMES  FINANCING     Your     Mobile  Hofrie   Arranged ��� Large   2  bedroom     mobile     home,     2  baths, large family room with  -e~--aN-*-M^^���DAJUv--bft.i.fiP   -wool���12    x\  0  sale,    o.r  mare,   886-  .vvap    for  ruling  8753-^6  llanlin.:    rug    $75.    885-2208  after ll  p.m.. ,       -   8675-26  FOR SALE  6 h.p. JOHNSON outboard,  $175; chesterfield, $25; 2 pc.  sectional. chesterfield, $35; refrigerator, fair condition, $75;  large round coffee table, $20;,  Marine stove, $100; small  round coffee table, $10; 2-end  tables,' $8 each; 2 medium  s.zed mattresses with posture  boards, $25 per set. Phone 885-  2478  after 4  p.m. 8653-26  Marina, Pender Harbour, ph.  883-2266. ,    8663-28  1968 DOUBLE Eagle" 100  Evinrude outboard and trailer  for   sale.   Phone   885-9867.  . 8574-tfn  USE TIMES APBRIEFS  For   sale   phone  885-2304  if  no answer phone. 885-9326.  ���8757-28  1955 GMC truck and camper  in A-l condition, no rust out.  Also 1963 Merc, pick-up in  . good shape. Phone 886-2441  'after>6 p.m. .   8126-27  STOP THE PRESS!  Just on market too late to include in ads.  GIBSONS No. 2559  No   hills,'short  walk  to   shopping   centre   and   school.   Spacious  family home on 50x268 ft.  lot.  $24,500 with terms.  Call: Jack Warn 885-2681  -"Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  -pa-Ho-���doors���Built���tfl���china  cabinet, large closets and  cupboards. No furnishings,  this Is the best basic unit on  the Peninsula. Double ferry  charges have been paid. Put  this "fihe home on your own  foundation and apply for the  Home Owners Grant. $15,500  Financing Arranged. No  agents. Phone 885-2153 after  6-p.m. 8713-tfn  LIVESTOCK  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early, send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-  64th Ave,, R.R. '., Langley,  B.C.  534-6268. 7840-tfn  AMWAY Jroducts now available.  Please phone 886-27-88.  ���  8121-26  IF YOU dbn't find" it here . . ,  come  to  the Auction.  June  10,  Roberts   Creek  Hall.  8671 28  MUST   SELL   25*'  color  T/v7,  30" electric range, 40" electric range. 885-91584.     8.7.51--28  USED green chesterfield good  lor   cottage   use.   $40.   Used  crib,    ihree-way    snow-   suit.  Phone 885-9550. 8755-27  48" '"Young" log grapple, excellent   condition,   $800.   Ph.  883-2454  after 5  p.m.  8845-27  USED (I  ft * patio��� door, single  glass, $95. Ph.  886-2138.  .  8652-26  CALL   Ryan- at   886-2952   for  Alder cut to  desired size.  8672-28  IF   IT'S   suits���it's    Morgans.  8,15-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  "  8893-tfn  HOOVER   spin-dryer   as   new,  $6!",, studio couch $15, fridge  $20.   100ft.   chicken   wire   36"  high  $7.  Baby's  play  pen  ~TU">\    huTTl���\Va'ri"'\Va1i. ' new","  -. $20.   Companion   Fuzz  ���box;  new,   $15.    Fender'   deluxe   reverb amp, excellent ^condition,  $125.   Ph.  885-9654. 8758-28  LEARN the A.B.C. of-Gardening' with books at - News,,-  Books & Stationery, Sechelt;  In stock; A.B.C. ofx Roses;  Dahlias; 'Vegetables; Pests &  Diseases; Cloche Gardening;  Greenhouses; Good Soil.'Also  Gardening in the West; Pacific  Bulb Gardener; Organic Gardening; Grow It and Cook It  and a host of others. -All rea-  sonable    priced.    Phone    885-  lst AND 2nd MORTGAGES.  .ommercial  - Recreational  nTriai -'  All "types of real estate financing including builders  locins7,Fast appraisal service.       \  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256"    "  Member of the* Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  GOWER POINT No.  2463  Choice of choice lots. Almost Yz.acte treed lots with Giilf view.  Regional water and hydro. A very good buy at $5,250. Public park  and beaches handy, school bus pickup. CALL JAGk WARN 886-2681  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2Q12  >  Nowadays the accent may be on youth, but the stress is  on parents.  Take the stress out of your Real Estate or Insurance  problems and contact a competent representative at  Sechelt Agencies Limited.  GOLF COURSE No. 2508  Alrnosr an acre directly across from Golf and Cauhtry Club. 90 ft.  fronting highway 101. 522 ft. of side rddd frdritacje. mostly gentle  slope to South.. Just steps to Corhmuhity Recreational site. Ideal  for the enthusiastic golfer and don't for-gdf possible subdivision.  Full price only $9500. (Share this wjth' a friend,, only $4500 apiece)..  CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 eves or office 885-2235.  HALFMOCJN BAY No. 25547  A wee homestead cupped in a rock bluff surrounded with a break  on the seaward side for view. Old but snug house and outbuildings.  Good spring water, four and a half acres well treed. Terms on  --^-157&&Q--eALL-JA���K WARN eves 884-2684-, :   FAMILY HOME . No. 2360  Dining room, 3 bedrooms, living roorn and firgpla.ee. earpotr. delightful finishing and all oh orte floor. Close to beach, On good lease  lot just $70.00 per year. Asking $1->,300 with $.[0,000 down. Your  offer will receive full attention. CALL PfETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  GIBSONS���View No_. 2430  Attractive, well maintained Home; central" location.-Two be^tobms;  convenient kitchen, large panelled living room, sun deck, 'arhple  storage space in basemeht ih addition to finished roorh with grade  entrance, FP $21,000 terrhs. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  SELMA PARK-  No. 2484  MID-SECHELT LOCATION        ...... .  Nov 192555  Revenue, plus! Modern, almost new. well cared for home, with excellent landscaping, on quiet residential street, main floor features:  2 large bedrooms, living room with picture window and roman brick  fireplace, colored vanity bath and electric cabinet kitchen with  separate dining area. Hardwood floors throughout. Revenue suite in  basement area is fully fui (rushed, self-contained up-to-date quarters  with vanity 4 piece colored plumbing. Rented at $115 per month.  Located close to shops, park, school and waterfront: Asking $13,000  down on full price of $32,500. CALL'BOB KENT .885-9461 or office  885-2235.  Summer house on the beach, protected by breakwater. Two bedrooms  and front porch.v750' floor. Lease lahd $6,660. for cash. CALL JACK  WARN 886-2681  eves. .  KEEP A HORSE No. 162455  Big lot, 135 ft. by 140 ft., adequate rbOrn to build small barn. Just  a short gallop to lots of old logging trails. This 4 bedroom home  recently remodelled has a large kitchen and full basement. At the  full asking price of $19,600. This home requires some finishing.  Good private water supply and city water main is at the road. Only  short walk to good fishing and boating area. Some terms may be  considered. CALL BOB KENT 885-9461   eves or office 885-2235.  LARGE LOT No. 2398  Western slope, future view of Gulf, this cleared lot is 72x278 feet.  Plenty of room to garden, or ??? Water, phone, black topped street.  CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  SUPERB VIEW No. 2311  This Davis Bay lot is the finest view I know. No old homes here,  not possible to spoil the view. All services. Asking $6,250, terms  possible.  Let me show you. CALL PETER SMITH  885-9463  eves.  clothes  dryer  rack  $3.   Phone-  885-'?.RT9. * 8673-26  ONE boat trailer, $150 or besl  offer. One deep freeze, $60  or best offer. 885-2392. 8667-26  APPROX.  3   year  old  Philco  console TV in .perfect condition, $100. Ph. 886-9641.  ���   '8654-26  FAWCETT wood heater stove,  older   d.r.   suife,   9x12   rug,  complete bed. Phone 885-9387.  8660-26  HORNER Accordian Verdi  III  full    size,    ladies    luggage,  good   condition.    Phone    886-  7388. 8153-26  WHY NOT get. acquaiht-M  with the little visitors ih  your garden with the help of  John Rodgers, Birds of Vancouver $3.50 or the colourful  Birds of North America, $4.50.  Learn about the edible plants  of British Columbia just 50c.  Or try edible mushrooms of  B.C. $1.00. All available at  IJooks and Stationery in Sechelt. Phone 885-9654. Located at the Times office.  8656-27  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  jPhohe 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  At.DERWOOn,   cut   to   order.  9654.  8722-21*  ANNOUNCEMENTS  JACK and Jill Nursery - general meeting .for all' mothers  to enroll their children. May  30th at 7:30 p.m. at Gibsons  Health Unit. .   8756-26  LEGAL NOTICES  .SSSKSS  FORM No. 1  LAND  ACT  NOTICE. OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION  OF  CROWN. LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situated^----���  ?���???? i   _^ke notice that. Judith M.  fuller & Barry K. Cutler of  PWell River, B.C., occupation  Physicians, intends to apply  for a lease of the following  described lands:  , Commencing at a post planted at the Southwest corner of  D.L. 1499, Group 1, Lot D,  Plan 8958, District of New  Westminster, thence 250 feet  South; thence 100 feet East;  thence approximately 250 feet  North  following  shoreline tor  point of highwater mark;  thence of commencement; and  containing approx. one half  acres, more or less.  On our 5 year  Velolme $  Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipts  are  like bank term deposits. But they pay more. For instance,  -on a 5-year minimum deposit of $500 you're guaranteed  1\'<��% interest paid semiannually. Guaranteed.  INTEREST RATES EFFECTIVE  19th APRIL,  19/2  Phone  885-2304  if  no  reply  phone 885-9326. 8637-tfn  3 PONIES with saddles, 2 - 2  spool gurdies, lines & misc.  gear, 2 nets with good lines,  some Halibut gear. Phone 883-  2417. 8611-26  The purpose for which the  disposition, is required is. con-,  struction of boat mooring facilities.  .^B.K. CUTLER  Dated May  15,. 1,972.  4l69-pub. May 25, June 1, 1972  TERMS  30-*- 59 days  60��� 89 days  90���179 days  180���364 days  1 year under 2  2 years under 3  3 years under 4  4 years under 5  5 years  RA%E  5.75 %  5.875%  6.125%  6.12S%  6.25%  6.25%  6.50%  6.75%  7.50%  I   MAIL THIS COUPON WITH CHEQUE TO  ;   The Royal Trust Company,  |    555   Burrard   Sfreet, Attention Doug Evans  Vanfcouver 1, B.C.  T-ARG1TFAMILY--4 bedrooms  T-367-2437"  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT: Cabin &  100' of protected moorage in Bargain  Bay Sunny exposure. $19,500.  WATERFRONT:  100' of proaected moorage on a lovely wooded  acre close in to Madeira Park. $8,800.  NAME  ADDRESS  CITY  AMOUNT  SIGNATURE  PERIOD  TELEPHONE  INT. RATE  Mehiber  C.D.I.C.  Your certificate will be sent to you by return mail  DAVIS BAY '   ���     .    No.  2388*  Half acre view lot 100'x220' overlooking ocean at Davis Bay. Situated at end of quiet street, nearly level. Nice choice of trees but  easy to clear. Only $o,200. CALL DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  SECRET COVE,     t No. 2469  Private wharf ih deep protected bay. Pleasant panabode.cottage with  rockbluff for a patio. Guest cabin arid cornplete privacy; $30,000  cash. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681 eves.  MADEIRA PARK VIEW No. 362542  Commercial type lot next to entrance off highway 101 at Madeira  Park, Now is your chance to get Into this property at the low down  payment of- only $2,000! Full price for this view lot Is only what  you can expect tb pdy for 0 residential lot, $6,000. CALL BOB  ,s.KE-NT.4..offlfet,885T2235^ .,��� , ,,���. , ,,,,,���  MODEST HOME *     ��� No. 2158  2 bedroom,,'Insulated and remodelled, all now*kitchen and bathroom,   on good lot, westerlyvle\v7"usf$ 14,000 Pay* only $1,Q0 taxes, See  this in Selma Park and sea tho value, CALL PETER SMITH 885-9463  oves.  One on main floor,  three" upstairs.  Full high basemeht with development potential. Auto oil furnace,  100 amp service, Lovely view.  ,FP $16,500 terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  EXCELLENT VIEW LOT No.  162543  Lot is approximately 66x170 ft. Level area facing waterfront. Phone,  hydro, and cable vision, city water available. Only short walk to  beach area, and easy boating access, Full price less than $6,000.  CALL BOB KENT 885-9461 eveS or officii 885-223S.  /  .~_.  SELMA PARK    , N��; 2503  "NIcelylinisKed^  fireplace and oil floor, turnaco, Leqso $50,00 per year until January  ,1st, ,1976, .Full cash.prlco only:,$8,50;0, To ylew call DOJH HADDEN  885-9504 oves,   , '   GOWER POINT ���   No 2520  % aero WF. 10Q'x200' with three summer cabins on. Good fishing.  $25,000. try your torms. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681 ovos..  'SEfiHfe'Lt INVESTMENT ' 2.7 , ! ' ' ��� 7 , 7 No, 202546  Present rontal shows an excellent return upon tho, Investment of*  $6,000 down payment, tho balanco to bo carried qt 7%I Control  vlllago location Is convenient to shops qnd school and lo tho wator-  front, *Old, but warmrf��wlnfl,M"'h*th,8"3*l^room+,10,r0*,9*,*-"*ed  tho year round. Fldf Idvol lot Is' ready for landscaping; Evon without  tho house you couldn't.buy, (ho lot alpno for much Jobs 1'ian hall.tho  askliin prlco of $10.9001 CAM. 13013, KENT, office or.oVos 885-9461.  VIEW LOt   : "'"'������ '������-"'������", ;',':-' '���'���;'"-   ' ��� ������7-���������-"'���" ������'���' i." -'--���'������������������.., ���,!���������.No,' 2043:  $5,950, ���'thin Pavlfl Bay lot In 66x187 fv��� hloli, far vlow, but excellent acebss at roar, All sorvlcos, Also lot* alonfjsldo for purchase.  CALL PETER. SMITH 885-9463 oyos,, ...���,,���. ., ,. ..���_���,..  GIBSONS RURAL ' * No. 2521  Over 8 acros bush and pasture with habllablo cottage on, Regional  W-feTVlFOT^  ���bvos,  ,SEA VIEW HOME No. 2400  Near new all electric 2 bedroom home,, large attached garage,  Beautiful,setting near Spfgents Bay, the. home is lovely, Sale Includes  range, fridge, Tand deep freeze, Asking $22,000 with teYms. All  reasonable offers'examined by owner, Let us help you into this des-  ibte^boTTtertit'^rcrfl^to^  eves,  '   '  ' ''  '  COMPLETE PRIVACY ~~ No, 2539  Outstanding vleW, hew two*bedroom home, fullyihsulated. Spacious;1  .high bearrjcd living room - kltchon, Large sundeck. Fully electric.  Four piece bath, Basement for storage. Level parking space, $2^000.  CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  Just a stono,'s\thfow trorri the waterfront, a prostlgp, three bedrdom  home situated on a large corner lot, Panoramic view of Porploso  Bay. Constructed by competent builder to better than NHA require-*  monts, Ensuito as woll qs vaplty bath on main floor of 1274 sq. ft,  For the lady of tlie' house a, bright modern kltchbri With literally  walls and walls of fine cabinetry, Makes meal planning |ust a delight.  Full cofnont basement, furnace and hot water by automatic oil, FULL  PRICE on this beautiful home I* only $39.50Q. Offers on down pay-  ment will b6'entorta|riod,CALU BOB KENT'885.9461 or office  -885.22357- "v* ������'.������.���������. ������>���- ���...-> = .���,;,,,:;(,,:..������,..,���*,,,,��� ,, .-: ., ...���..,  STREEt TO SfREET l-Pt  No, 2399  WATERFRONT: .1.89" private & unspoiled acres at Wood-Bay.-  Unbara'lleled view. $13,500 with poss. terms.  WATERFRONT:   Beautiful   level-lot   with   sunny   exposure   on  Bargain Bay. No bluffs, no rocks, no building problems. A perfect spot... bargain at $ 13,000.  LAKEFRONT:   District  Lot  3993.   1200'   waterfront on  Garden  Bay.Lake and 2000' on.Mlxal Lake. Will cut in half and sell  separately'at $1000 per acre.  MIDDLEPOINT BARGAIN: 1500 sq. ft. rancher with 2 bedrooms,  basement, hot water heat, double .plumbing, huge  fire-  . place, furnishings,,Beautifully .appointed and, absolutely���.as new,  2 cabins & lge, workshop with high Inventory tools and equipment  included. On  12 lovely view acres overlooking Malasplna Strait.  ������**?Th.S7^  JOCK HERMON  7E       Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2745  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  This new symbol  stands for  something special  , in. iiii, ,1111111 |iii.ii.nIMiiiiii���|inii|iii[i,i,������,ii,.iyi  Pq-rtly. cleared,, this���,100x135 ..foat^Jot, has,gprgcous, vlow.. Water  nndiiy*dfo'*Faclhfl'Wr^^ dawn,  Zoned Rl, pew aroa, CALL ,PETEl\ SMITH 885.9463 oyos,  I""11 I'     ' l"**-IIIH-"*H������M^  RUBY LAKE , No, 2436  Ldkofront lot, 103< ori WQtofv driveway Iri, Clean fresh water, oroat  for klcls, Makd a cash offer to the torm prlco of $11,000 half cash,  No commercial development allowed, so won't bo Bpollod, CALL  PETER, SMITH*885P9463.,ovo8,,,, .,���.. , ,...., , .7,.   60' WATERFRONT LOT ��� No. 162513  Over 60''M sod front'poach near Davis (lay, as woll os highway  _    * _ r*   t*   __���_._.   _._   __\n nArt,  -i*LtM   Ua��  iA  l+__ 4Um  iln*��t   _j__mn. ,lrtf  SUMMER COTtACalE      r ' No, 2301     -scltlnfl wllh cedars,, fir* ond wild floworo, It's  ntrtrn*'4i.mn-mi'  SUMMER-COTTAGE" ^ ��� J      ,       . .   .  .   . . t  "Law prlc��(l"Co^QTCdtWJiJ'��nWWP"'ond hydro,-vlow;of��� SechelHnlc,t,-  walk.to bfcachafid boat launch,,Uulll-ln Rdvocy, Asklho $7,000 W|||i  ���^2,500 down, You'wlll'lovo III CALL PETER SMITH 865-9463 eves.  _._,,,.   No, 2359  Good lavel bulldlna Alio wllh, Vlow of son and clotm.nccoi-.ii, $5,W)0  ������'" "Ar " "* '  . REPROOPFS ROAD  Good lavel hulldlna ....... ������.���,���,  6qSy terms. CALt, JACK WARS! QQ6.2601 even  VERY PRIVATE      2      '.         ,      No,., 1624511.  Down a peaceful country road, from hlnhway 101, 1,36* acros, Qulol  ftnloyment of commanding acq vlow from ploa��ant 3 bedroom.homo.  ^syOatl^  7,'    .'...'   t<     rfu*   i_t    ��� .   '���.. _i--.    kli.;   .i,.)a��     Ut^l**A   nn/4   nlnrSnta     A Of Inn    ^  GEORGIA STRAITS WATERFRONT Np. 2499  ��LoQkuaoOJoQUshQrollna,��bQach.JZ1A��boaMtlfuLapd��r,Wfla,^  Has (small year round stream, Zoned for development, Has road to  boach, Can ho bouflht In one or twpsopqrdlo parcels. Asking $75,000  for dlnftlo saH), with half cdsli, Dovolopor or flraub7riufcha.s��, tj groat  opportunity In Powder Bay, CALL PETER SMITH 885.9463 eyes,  ' No,12550  y coriditloh, furn|(ifidd,  75 foot long, parkllko  .,         ......  ,���.. v,,��� ������h iiw.tm,��, ..9 a beauty, and nu|ol,  Anklnq.$28.000rwo-can-atslst-financing,- Fltni-flmb-offered,,.CALL,  PETER SMITH 885,9463 (\.m,  i      '        �� ' ���   ���    i i * ,        , i   ��� |      c i '  HOME and ACREAGE.,.,.. No, 2556  Nearly 6 ac-rns,' wooded, |art|0 heoullful Rordori.' fruit troos, older  hut woll maintained 2 bedroom horrio soparalo dlnlnrj dnd llvlnfl  roomii, w|lh q'"Pa-f'nds" flroplaco, yyafk to store, TO and excelIrint  Ueaah, Zonqd rutal hbldlno, may bo floionod R2 this ybor, A oroat  proporty, dnd a hmat opportunity, Ankln'n $33,000 half cnr.li. Another  ''flrsl"offorlriii"; CALIi PETER ^MITH f?fl5-9463.     '  ���ul Una. & vice. Includes! city wator, hydra and phono, A��klno                 ASK FOR FRl-E'CATALOGUE OF WAyESlATE  ,000 dawrt on full prlco of $40,000, CALL BOB KENT 885.9461  .,,    .     -        -   ��� ���     ��� ;';       ��..  outbu  $20,0  ��von or office 685-2235.  ������ - ���<  . .   -  JttEED lot _ No. 2306  100^233 feot. well1 t^rBniorcT^fHcB rM"T"cl^fn|BH1_|h ����<Sv  '*"WfllorJi"ufftnn^973rFfl^rflrowlnctPrpar|oworN9r-*We��t��B��y*Rood  $1,QQ0 dpwn, balance,ot $75,0,0 a month, you can't mlsi, CALL  TnTCR-SMITr1-fl8S��9469-��Yi��r r ;���  (4 (m��Bii<)n,n��wii#��3S��w  GOWER POINT ^ Maclhlfkienf Vlow ' ''    .No, 24?4  On half acr^ihortdy td Gil>*on��, comfon<!iblo twt>ib��lro6rrl h&tno.,  Laroo living r<iom with ceramic llio flronlnco, bright kltchon, base,  ment, A-oll furnace, ALSO nccond two pftdroom cotlAgo for rovenuo,  FP $35,000 terms, CALL C, R, GATHERCOLE 886*7018,      ,      ���  "Bo>n"557;Sc,clTeTr  AGENCIES LTD.  -,���: phonir885*5!235---  Or Call Toll P.i_o itom the 6ree��tor Vancduvof Aroo  '    ZEnith 2012  .  ���'   (C&O.E.).   .       ,.    ���'.'    .  UUJU  JUL  'JU_  ��� . , h, .,|.. m, rrrr~rVT-.r.!r.v,.!r  _a!  JMacGREGORPAGIFIGttY"  "EXCLUSIVE AGENTS"  -/ft^^?>/,^i��a^>**" ���.^.���P-. - rt-.-y^1* .'.P,.)!**!TS:_. :!e!i��?,s3.1l,33'".::  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  7BUY:THIS7FA^TASTIC;:BR/SNP::i>IEW-~4 Bdrrp.  home on large,96' view lot, Full 1500 sq, ft, unfinished basement, large kitchen wltli lovely wood caplnets.  .lazysusanetc Wall-vyall carpet In all,bedrooms,and ���  Tlvlhg fpotn, Bedutiful matched paneling In spacious  UR78. D.R. area.    One-and-a-half baths (colored  ���plUitibln'g) roughed- In for future bathroom In tho  basement. Open stairway to basement from living  ��rQQm.��Qr\.pavfid*r,Qad,J.YV^  bejqt the price of only $29,500; Excellent down pay-  rnenV and terms, Come In and pick up a brochure  telllfifi aU about purchasing a home with Government  ., . , , Assistance. - . .  GAMBIA ISLANt)  Old Shack on oyer 9 acrfis of beautifully treeel pro*  peflyrNfiftds**n0WTc^f*qnd*general^repalrrFontasnc  buy for cnly,$12;50p, Some terms approximately 3.  blocks to beach.           FARMETTE���GIBSONS RURAL    ..'. -  .  '2,25 acres with approxlmatdly 375' of highway, frontage, .Could be subdivided, Older, typo. two bedroom  'home, fireplace, Terrific buy at only $18,000,' Try  w=rl^.���j:���.���qll-offeraahd'terms.   View-lot ,.     ..   . ' ���  ,fiOXJ56���.Sbeotaculdr y|pv���,lot In Soa View Estate^,  '      '     '        "F>p $4^00.00.  , '   '  %*^v^w$w!kwmm  ^^^^T>:^|BS0NS^.  JLjeyej to boach, aH s'orvlcos^ on paved road, ccptral  GJbsons^Wlng^  7 '         .   , i  Lorrie' Girard:- 886-7244 or 886-7760 or  , Shlrleo Janowsky:, 886-7244 or 886-2363  rTi*r.Trmm��r,Mi^��*rs*gMWiiirra��  ri ^fi-iT^��^.^��^fr^a!ifH^;H'-trrti��*iS^  W-,fWt(,  MWI7IIMII ��KI.��I1 IIWUII,WI��H 19m 11  .',).���, ' - ,       (  W6 believe there's aomeihlrig' BiidolRl i^boUt tho  quality of foods aroWn right here Ifi'Srltlsh coium"  bla; To tbcicK up thnt belief >����hd to-h^lp ybu  recognize BtO, food broduota �� wP'to Ihtrotluolng  * hbw "htirfle-groWn" B',0, aymboh Yoii'H m mm  It oh algna, lebela emdeartona �� and wherever It  - appeara,' you pan be aura you're getting a genuine*  B.C. product. You'll also aee tho symbol Iri a  prqvlnce-w.de advertising campaign for BIC,-  flrowni produota, Look for the new '(nome-grown"  B,0, symbol and give your aupport to our agricultural Industry,' - ......  oovernmenf oft he province  of BritishColumbia  X  ���Department of Itiduatrlal Developrnentr  Trade,,and Commerce  ���hQn..WflJ.ftojM.^MI.M9a  bepottmoht of AdrjoUltUro  Hon, Cyril M, SholfoM, Minister  mm**  #n,m*<t9>  A^rt^itM^^itiPttoflhWiiK  ��iri��tiwayaHM'i'*w*a��M wmibimm  i^t*n>#?*f-**i��t*ii>>*9P*&>.ixr<* >i��^^^i<��^^W-'Wi^W"1?i��*��?-^rfW^  '\  '   ft   .   i   ��, ~l -  !*- '��� ','(. ~4\*  -    \  \       I  \  \  ~Ji  ime$  Fishing^around  ���by Don Radcliffe  SUMMER is here, or is il? T*he tempera-  lure has risen and so have lhe hopes  of all the fisherman. Bluebacks are still  around but7seem to be slaying deep al-  thovf.h  y"��  will  see* the  odd  one jump  ing. It is still pretty cool out on the  water when il is windy, so I would suggest taking a jacket along on your next  trip.  - I picked up some bluebacks out at  Epsom Point this week and losta nice  spring using live herring, 4 oz weight  and a flasher. This takes a. lot of the fun  out of fishing but it seems to be the  only-thing "they "will take. Red and green  flashtails, pink pearlies and green action  i'lash\ails, have been working pretty good  all  week.  Drew McTaggart of Thormanby Island  limited last weekend trolling on the surface but all the other reports I have, indicate that the bluebacks are staying just  a little deeper than usual.  Did you read the Hon. Jack Davies  letter lo the Sechelt Chamber of Commerce in the May 17th issue of our paper,  or did you read between the lines. Was  this letter an excuse for this year's commercial herring fishing, or notification  that the same business will be allowed  next year. Mr, Davies says,' and I quote  "careful monitoring by officers of my  Dept. had established that there were  stocks sufficient to provide for both  limited harvesting and spawning requirements. "I wonder if- these are the Same  officers whose information, allowed the  herring stocks to so deplete that it was  only when these stocks were so decimated that fishing for them was not  financially ,4'easible and in 1967 they finally put a slop to'the co,mmercial herring  fishing.  Mr. Davies also slates "After a short  period of harvesting, following the preplanned program, the. waters of the Eastern Gulf of Georgia  were  closed"   Did they close down the area because  their tonnage had been reached or did  the many, many letters of protest from  all, up and down the coast, perhaps have  something lo do with the early closure.  1 wonder, and ,1 also wonder, will the  tonnage allowable be greater next year.  Of course that will perhaps depend on  which party is in power. Good luck, good  fishing.  \  Sechelt Elementary  hosting Trafck Meet  TOP  elementary   school   athletes \rr the~  Sechelt School District will be participating in Friday's Inter School Track  Meet at Sechelt -Elementary School.  Competing for the plaque donated by  the Board of School Trustees during 1964-  65 school yean; will he Langdale, Gibsons,  Roberts Creek, Sechelt and Madeira Park.  There has'been no competition, for. the  plaque since the 1967-68 Inter-School  track meet, when it was won by Sechelt.  Athletes will be competing all day  Friday and an exciting day is antici- \  pated with both boys and girls events -  ���taking place in shot put, high jump, long  jump, 1UU yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, 880 yd.  and 1 mile event. Concluding the day  will be two relay races, 4x110 yd and  4x220 yds.  which should  prove exciting.  Teachers and students have put a 16t  of effort into preparing for this event  which brings the schools together, and  anyone in the* neighborhood is invited to  drop in and see the future high school  athletes in the district.  Page A-6   ^        The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. May 24.^1972  At Miss Bee's you will find children's  toy boats, games and books���Just drop  in���Wharf  Road,  Sechelt.  ARE  YOUR  FEET  KILLING YOU?  m  m  League Champs.  Winning every game they played in left front are: Tim Nelson,, Jesse  Division 7 Juvenile Soccer this sea- Jones, Larry Wilson, Neil Grant,  son, Residential Warriors are very Capt. Perry Williams, Jackie Dan  proud of their trophy. Pictured from    and Daniel_Dan.  Standing:   Adrian  Joe, sister Dion, Darren Joe, Ian  Joe, Louie Tom, Timmy Johnson,  Father Dunlop and Bryson-Edmunds.  Missing is coach Alec Jackson. ���  -GAUrRYAN���  at 886-2952  For ALDER CUT TO  Desired Size  ^r  out by  people  who care  Uncle Mick's  In the Trail  Bay Centre  We'd like to  demonstrate the  12 new advantages  of the Pioneer 3071.  Celebration  Winning the Division 7 League championship trophy deserved a special  celebration decided Sechelt Student  Residence Administrator Father  Dunlop who took the young soccer  players out to. dinner at the Peninsula Drive-In. Joining in the celebration is Sister Dion who 'has been  team manager for the. season.  .  ,,                                                         ���..,...���...,,,,,. High   Scores  XdacUng.Jho.J)Q.wHng.j-co^ . Gail., Redman,  hi.,three ..(717).,..v  Ball & Chain League this season aro    (\%);  Bubbles Crelghton, hi single    Trophies were presented at the rc-  from lef-i:  Glenn Phillips, hi single ��� (272); Terry Phillips, hi three (715)    cent weekend banquet and dance.  (316);  Lynn   Simpson, hi   average ^ . ��,      .....���.��.,,.,,.,,,,   ...���.,,,..,..,  Advantages like the 2-way cooling system that cools tha  block, as well as the hew nylon fuel tank . . . to reduce  vibration, there's a ^iece crankcase, 3-piece crankshaft and  solid unit con rod. .Trh^w cleanable spark-arresting muffler  that's the quietest yet, anchJhe best fuel  economy of all professional S?ws. ^ A  These are just a few of the 12 new  advantages you get wittf the  Pioneer 3071* '  CHAIN SAWS  "**|""ffly"|~""""""]ffl"""^  SECHEtT HOME-SERVICE  P.O. Box 636  Socholt, B.C.  Phone 885-2812  .���sMiiJty*��l-!fit***u,ftj*,*ii*W��!*���*$&%vlm&. p. ��j��M+i(frjS>**<7MVfu>:*��mJif^l"*',''*t1 i*���MS��*l'r-W'f.WrtftSl*l��m��+Str<E��fitjrli��rU(**!iM,i^.tvAk. ,. aj.i&fcJ*ii,  HOME HANDYMAH FIX-IT TIPS  ��� . ��� , ���      ,        ��� .'���-*���  *rt*utnnn*vt*n*mmrmmJHmmmi.HHmvm%r'  NYGRENSALES  (1971)  LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tha Wharf -006-9303    '������.:,, , ,    ��� ,    I  Quality House, qnd Marina  Paint.  ��MWMKwwvyvH*wi��ww'Mrw>����n��w����w����'n'����'*^  9nfminit��%tm4w%nn4*4mni\4it4\4t0>M4vm4t4*'i  /    OPEN  UP TO ABSTRACT ART  Do you have a plain door that could stand some dressing  iiwmMWMuuuHuuuuuiniuuinnMM  Morgan's  up? On a flat door, mark out a wildly abstract design of. bright/:  , AAqu'c  Wear  bold colors, suggests the-Canadian Paint Manufacturers As-           soclatlon7UsQ masking lapo to koop lines straight and prevent  .overlapping of colors, This Is h|ghly.effec]t,lve In a hallwQyor  narrow corridor where space Is at a premium and color Is  needed,  G.W.G. 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Sugar heels vanished as _a commercial  crop in that region about five years ago  when lhe then low price of sugar made  it anything but an economical enterprise  to the refinprs in the face of extremely  lew e*.'.t i.>f raw cane then \freely available (>n the world market. L'an'ada .and  Dominron Sugar Company lost_ little time  dismantling its refinery at Chat tram, the'  last of four which once flourished in  Kent County, putting a stamp of finality  to the close** of what was once a valuable  industry   in   that   district.    Since  that'time   production   of   sugar  from beets has continued only in a small  area   of   Quebec   and   within   reasonable  . hauling  distance  of a major*, refinery  in  -Lethbridge, Alberta.   -The/industry* closed out in Southwestern Ontario despite federal subsidies  which guaranteed the grower $15.98 per  ton of beets with 12.5 per cent sugar  content.*C. and D. Sugar, by then a subsidiary of Tate and Lyle, a multi-national  company of sugar refiners, said it was  unable lo contract from year to year, sufficient acreage to make operation of the  - Chat torn1 plaid   viable.  Perhaps it could not. About that time  the race among Southwestern Ontario  farmers to "see who could grow the most  corn. There seemed to be few misgivings  as farmers sold their sugar beet production machinery to the refinery for -movement out of the country, or discarded it  if age had made it non-saleable. The  price of corn was high and new hybrid-  varieties had increased the acreage yield  to a point where money could be made.  All that survived was the name and.  a skeleton executive of Southwestern  Ontario Sugar Beet Growers Marketing  Association.  Wednesday, May 24, 1972  \  The PenirifctilaTfimes  Page A-7  ��1s@h Creek Community Association     1  Saturday, May 27th - Doors open a! 8:00 p.m.  Musk by The Sunshine Ramblers  RUSS, ROD AND GEORGE  7     Buffet 0inner served at  H  p.m.  TICKETS���$6  PER  COUPLE  ^lIlM_^_mo_WIJTI^^^  Climax  Tlie Emperor's Nightingale, presented by Gibsons . Elementary School  students reaches a climax when the  real nightingale returns to sing to  the ailing Emperor. Pictured from  left7 kitchen girl Jennifer Blake, advisor Dawn Blakeman. Prince Wing  Melanie Mah'lman, Emperor. Carol  Daugherty, kneeling nightingale  Susan Turenne. Princess Plum Blos-  Gibsphs Elementary  School students perform  oul  som Linda   Biggeman.   Many other  In the intervening^ears the \reHneries_..���students in the grade 6 class COIltli-  in Quebec and in Western Canada continued. The Quebec operation met the  challenge of cheaper cane sugar with  provincial subsidies added to that available from the Federal Government. In  the West sugar prices kept higher by  freight charges from the coastal ports and  the fact that beets grown in that area  generally had a higher sugar content  than those grown in the East, made continuation there possible.  The  situation_3__aicl___________i___aIned  at Ah__  death of the industry in Southwestern  Ontario has since changed. Corn is no  longer king of the money makers.  Against it the prospective returns from  sugar beets looks good. The selling price  of sugar is now so high that the Federal  Government belie7.es it. will not; have, to  pay subsidy on last year's crop. If that  happens it will be the first time in a  couple of decades it has not shovelled  out several mil^on dollars to aid the  industry.  In the face of this the Southwestern  Ontario Sugar Beet Growers Marketing  Association has revived and recently  several ofltsexecutive ot'licetsT'support-  ed by representatives of the CFA and  NFU came to Ottawa to see what could  be done about restoring the industry.  Their first pitch was made, not to government, but. to the agricultural committee  of the Liberal caucus, But Agriculture  Minister H, A. Olson has been in touch.  There have also been approaches to Opposition Members of the House of Commons just, to touch all base.1..  One ,of the major blocks to restoration of the industry is of course the lack  of a refinery in Ontario. It is suggested  that a company is interested in building  ���n~hew,76h'e.7piw  ment will agree to n long term sugar  ������policy which would insure continued high  prices for l'efiFecl~s^laTT~,     '���        '        ~"  The probability of the Federal Government promising such a sugar policy  is. doubtful,, It refused to do so to saye the  Ontario operation In the first place, and  "���"cblTmUohl^  not  changed  much since  then,   Canada  .has not Joined the group of nation,1*! which.,.  ��� Hubsctibe  to  long  term  agreements  for  tho purohnso of sugar cane which have  the double effect of assuring thorn supplies and of maintaining a lovol of prices  for cane producing countries, It buys uncommitted '.or "froo sugar" ttt whatever  prlco tho' mnrkol, offers,���'although there  s an agreement that will nol, fall below  !i!i,7"5 per hunUrod -pounds, In other words  1. taken its chances on. whnl. Hie prlco  mlghi  be, Al  llio moment  that  prlco Is  high because of shortage ol' supply*  Agricultural Minister Olson points out,  there are a groat 'fnany things ,to ,take  Into account other than the prlco of sugar  on supermarket, shelves, In considering   _.Humui..policy.such, as thp farmers ,aro   asking for, Mqst of the sugar consumed  In Canada is used by tbe food processor^  manufacturers, The impression ls loft that   tholr. wIsbCH predominate and, they profor ,  lo lake tholr chances in lho free sugar  1 market which more often than not provides them *wltl\ a lower, priced* product,  Without, tho support of n.long term  poiloy   It  Is  hard  to  bollovo  that,  any  company will Jake h chance of building  a now refinery" or thai' the' farmers* will  *"" Invest" lhe   necessary'"millions" Irr -now*  equipment,   Without   control   tho-pom.!-*  blllty oxIiitH that iho prlco or sugar would  J plummet before thoy got, their i'li'st crop  oul, of the fields and nothing would.bo  loft bin unhnplpiicsfl nil round.  bujjera' to the success of tlie well presented play.  Cancer facts  A CANCER is a "colony of berserk cells.  The   fundamental     event     was     the  change in the original cells. The cancer  cell is changed in two main respects.  One is that its rate of multiplication  ia_no_longer under normal body controls.  NG-rtuaTeells muluyly only as required,  as in the healing of a wound or in the  replacement of other cells which have  died in the usual turnover of body cells.  Cancer cells continue to multiply  without regard for any such 'needs of the  ���body. ���   - '    The other change is that it has lost  its ability to mature or to become specialized so that it can no longer perform  the useful function once discharged by its  ancestors.  Instead, the cancer cells grow and  invade normal cell colonies, crowding out  and disrupting the functions of normal  "cells aifd*"lfierefb"reof horjrnal organs" "  Clumps of cancer cells "may separate  from the original tumor. If so they\may  travel through the lymph canals and  blood vessels, to other parts of the body  where new colonies 'are set up. These  secondary colonies of cancer cells are  known as "metatases", from the Greek  words meaning' "stopping in a later  plape".  It can easily be seen that for successful cancer treatment it. is highly important to discover and remove the growth  before this spread  has taken place.  CLEARLY audible voices, confident act-  ���   ing and smooth continuity which .held  the attention of a  student audience,  ensured���success   for-  Gibsons;    Elementary-   school children,who presented "The Emperor's Nightingale" at Roberts Creek and  Sechelt schools last week.  Directed by Miss Colleen Johnson, the  play was partof: the*grade "six bst^ning  and speaking language arts programme  at Gibsons.  School activity rooms are notorious  for auditory problems and the fact that  these young people's voices could be  clearly  heard  at, the. back  of  the  room.  proves thai they  have mastered the lost '   art   of   elocution.  Including the chorus, about twenty- ���  five students participated in the play and  it "was obvious from the chuckles thai  their young audience especially enjoyed  the property girls'and their "comments  while  shifting  scenery.  Lead parts were well played by: Carol  Daugherty, Emperor; Dawn Blakeman,  Advisor; Linda Biggeman,* Princess Plum  Blossom; Melanie Mahlman, Prince Wing;  J3usan Turenne,,, Nightingale; Jennifer  Blake, Kitchen Girl.'Property girls,' Janet  "'^  -~Ma^4iy^��d-4^iHr"iy^ ��� ���  ger, Carla Ripper; Royal Gardener,  Charlene White; Long Gong, Kathy Few- "  ell; Mechanical Nightingale, Diane Mc-  Lellan; Dinner guests, Michelle Beau-  doin and Carolyn Sandy7Chorus, Donna  McLean; Janet Scrugham; Dawn Jan-  owsky, Lorna Boyd, Kathy Forsyth,; Pfctti.  August, Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret Duncan, Becky McKinnon, Noni Parsey and  Yvonne  Inglis.  _ ,   The set was simple but effective and  ,,...,managed, to  create, the mystical   atmo-   7  sphere of a Chinese garden nnd the pre  sentation  of the popular fable won  the  young players tremendous applause from  ..students  and  teachers.  26"  ADMIRAL  COLOR T.V.  Model 6 L 321 was 749.95  1 Only , 1 -. 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IT is estimated that three out ot len  vpersons experience queasy sensations  caused hy lateral swaying in the back  half of -a large passenger carrier. Fewer  people tend to become nauseated when  riding in the rear seat of an automobile  over curvy roads, but the advice is the  same for those who suffer: move to the  front of the car.  Passengers with weak "travelling stomachs.'.' have virtually little to fear from  side motion when riding on most of the  major highways of North America. Most  of the severe and multiple curves have  been   elimixiated   along   principal   routes.  Over   one   third   the   kind   surface   of  Canada is under forest cover.  lri>MUMMMII>iuUUt��IU<ilKMlU}  l?Y HUES  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  Use    them    for    steady,    low-cost  advertising to talk to 10.000 people!  ' THE TIMES  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  iWvifimififiiHvvwuiiwifififimifww^  JUWIIIIIIIUUIM��  POWELL  RIVER  TRAIL  RIDERS  5th ANNUAL  Spring Horse Show  B.C.W.H.A. Approved  in conjunction with B.C. Festival  of Sports  May 27 and 28  Top of Duncan Street,   Powell  River���:���.   Entry Clerk:  Mrs. A.  Wager,  Phone 485-6647  Judge:   Fred  Ball  Admission:  Family  $2 ���- Single $1  COMBINATION   of   a   holiday   weekend  and   fine   sunny   weather   brought   a  rush of visitors to the area last weekend.  They came with campers,  trailers,  boats  and fishing gear and ori'ce again the ferries  proved  hopelessly  inadequate,  causing delays of anything up to seven hours.  Most  cottages   were  full  to  overflowing  and  there  were  guests  in  many  homes.  With the arrival of the  Chris Taylor  family   al  their   Redrooffs   cottage,   came  the  news  of  the  death  of  Mrs.  Taylor's  father,   Mr.   Tom  Barrow   at   the   age   of  -9h���Mr:���Barrow���who���was���bora���m���Sk-  ���by Mary Tinkley  Ron Haig attended a Legion convention  in Regina. The Haigs are former residents of Gibsons.  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Moffat were in  Vancouver to meet their daughter Elaine  and her husband, Kennard Robinson  down from Prince George for the weekend. Meanwhile, George Hoffma'n was  staying at the Moffat home.  Mrs. Pat Ness was in Powell River  visiting her daughter, Beverley Silvey,  her granddaughter Pam and her mother,  Mrs.  Sarah  Wall.  Introduction  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit Director;  Dr." D"rt.'"Gemmill and Dr. A. A.  Larsen of the Health Branch, Vir-  toria introduce staff of St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt to the B.C. Poison  Control Information Kit which lists  2000 commonly used toxic substances.  Ever increasing number of toxic  substances used in every-day living  requires continual updating of information and this is done by the  Faculty of Pharmacy at UBC in cooperation with the Health Branch at  Victoria.  Helens, Lanes. England, Was a former  resident of Redrooffs but had lived at his  home in West Vancouver for the past  few years. He had enjoyed good health  and looked after himself until the last  few days of his life which he had spent  in hospital.  Ross Conquest was in Victoria last  week for a family reunion. He .was the  guest of one sister and another, who was  celebrating her 50th wedding anniversary, came with her. husband, from. Saskatchewan to attend the reunion.   Also in Victoria last week were Mr.  and Mrs. Tarn London, on a two-fold  mission. Their expedition was planned to>  ..collect specimens for their marine tanK;  but they took the opportunity of visiting  their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and  Mrs. W. R. Gordon.  Mrs. Eva Lyons was in Burnaby visiting her niece, Rene Haig, while husband  At their Kedrooi't's home with" aThouse-  ful of guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alan  Jacques, just returned from a holiday in  Majorca. They flew there by the polar  route, but returned by way of New York  so as..to be able to visit a son. ia.. New  Brunswick. While they didn't find Majorca quite as warm as they expected, they  found New Brunswick a great deal cold-  *:er.   They   were   greeted   there   with   an  unexpected  six  inch   fall  of  snow.  Archie Rutherford is resting in St.  Mary's Hospital, following a heart attack.   The���old���organ���which   was���brought  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  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I,1"-*"'  It*    ��, I*  ! .  1       ,    ll x$.  \  '    W        V     \  _^, ���*�����' .'���> IP  \  \  Bfti7  -'"I  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday/May 24, 1972  r2 f Pages 1-8  tfcs:   .Jinaii.-in  '.i-aphi^ Industries  "��. <�� tj t   o i,.,  ,V.  \Vancouver   1 ,,   .3.^:'  Service  Fdr clarification . ��� .��� .  Gift Tax Act outlined  by Hon. Isabel Dawson  FOLLOWING  information  regarding  the     an individual making in ^j^aE*::  recently imposed "Gift'Tax" has been TaV Gifts up to an aggregTTiof $10.000  Anticipation  While Premier W.A.C. Bennett was version of a marathon cycle  race,    Andyv Johnson show what they can    charitable"^  opening the B.C. Festival of .Sports, The^-afternoon class had their race .do, under the watchful-^yo-^f their  the morning class at Sechelt kinder- previously  and now  Lanpe  Jaeger,    teacher Mrs. Glenda Drane.  garten was off and running in their Rocky Johnson,   Eric  Baptiste  and  submitted by Hon. Isabel" Dawson in order t0 his (her) spouse   or  ^^      to c arify some points of the issue:  ,.:-���-��� - (b)  A  n0ntaxqb*le  gift  not  exceeding  1) Elfective date of^h^Grfi^r-Acl $5|000  providing  the  Aggregate...value  of  is Januaiy 1, 197Z. ,,    . .  :��� . ,yy such, gifts in the taxation year does not  (2) When applicable,  tax is normally exceed .$10,000.  See  Exemption    Section  paid by the donor. above for nontaxabie gifts.  (3) The Gift Tax Act will apply to-ip- {?) Gifts made in 1972 for which a re_  dividual and to corporations other than Wn is re^uired must be reporte*d on or  before April 30/1973.  .- - -   -#������ --   -   .- -        _    .EXEMPTIONS & RATE OF TAX       (1)  Generally,  gifts made in any one (i) The rate of tax (after exemptions),  year: . is 15% on the first $25,000.00 of taxable  (a) Up to $10,000.00 to his (her) spouse, gifts and increases progressively to a 50%  MARINA  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  ��� *.�� -rr  ^^>-  <#i  *���?��,*?'  '���V  JJ.***^  ***  J^l  ��.+:____�� ���_____<  fj- A  &r^  :M  :**_  *s*t.;  ;,**���*:.'.  ��������� *'*���  .V*���**'  ' 3S*5&*f*'  Pf77'|fi;  and  (b) Up to $10,000.00 to individuals with  a maximum    to  any  one  individual of  ft.V*^     $2,000.00, and  (c) _ Of any an. ount.;of ...x^oini.e^ ta(,a..|eg-,  istered charitable organizations providing*  it uses the gift at its absolute discretion  exclusively for its charitable activities' in  British Columbia. The requirements of  "absolute discretion" will be satisfied,  providing the charitable organization initiates the purpose for which the gifts are  required and such purpose is of high priority to the organization, and  (d) Up to an aggregate of $2,000.00 to  Canadian registered charitable organizations that use the gift for their charitable  activities either inside or outside the Prov-.  ince of British Columbia.  It is not the intentiqn that gift tax will  7    apply to: ordinary. church offerings even  j-��� under- the- eireumstanees���wliere-ordinarj  church' offerings  in  envelope  form  may  indicate ori the envelope that such offerings are partially or totally for '"missions".  FILING OF RETURNS  (1) Filing of a return is not requned by  rate on taxable gifts exceeding $200,000.00.    \  Outboard  Sales and  Service  MERC  CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  7vVdn3ay to Saturday  Madeira  Park, B.C.  883-2248  - '��_i  Participation  Kindergarten     registrations     com-    Gregory ^ Francis, Mark   Johnston,  mence next    week    in the Sechelt    Tracey Kohuch and Jimmy Darwin|  ^1  School District, already participating    scrambling to get mbbiie  on their  in the fun and   companionship are    three-wheelers. ''  ^t*  7|^^^_  *����������� i*******.*** *       y+  -**1*  T"V��  Pil#  ,-mtrrM __  fV  "���' ���*** >  ���A.,  f ^BS* 1  >/  ^���^wv*^  :r**r-  **_*^**  ��� * ^V>  v.?_jzm  "��"'' ; 7&  -* '7 '-ik  ���*.  ft f >'- >lj  'r*"*<.*t  ����� ' --.'-��*  ."'-%  *"*-***��tS)3,  .*'.����.���:,  -rr#-  -4.~n.ji  .^HRl  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  HMIMIIMMMWUUHI^^  May 24���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall7 Bingo. s  May 25���8  p.m. Sechelt  Elementary  School  Open  Area.  S.C.   Bursary  & Loan Society meeting.  May  25���7:15 p.m.   at  Phyllis  Rudolph's   residence.   Parents  Without  Partners Pot Luck Su.oper. '  May 25���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Bingo.  May 26;���8 D.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo. ��  May  26���8   p.m.   Roberts  Creek  School   Gym.   N.D.P.   Meeting.   Dave   Barrett,.Leader_DiJhe_Opposition_ .Speaker'. . ��� '...._.-. ���_.... .._  May' 27���B  p.m.  Wilson Creek Community  Hall.   Community  Assoc'/  dance. 7  May   28���2:30   p.m.   Sechelt   Elementary   School.   Open   Area.    Non-  denominational church service.  May 30���7:30 p.m. Gibsons Health  Unit.  Jack &  Jill  Nursery School  "K',!rt*to'meeting"8Terir6llmeht;A"^^^ ,,..,��4���,..,^...r..,.^4:,���*Jj  June 2-���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion. L.A. Rummage Sale.  June 3���12:30 p.m. Sechelt  Indian Hall.  Homemakers Bazaar, Ted &  Raffle. .'���.*���  June 5���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons, O.A.P.O. Branch 38 Social.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  tefe*  [Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  , Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 .       ^      Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  Or  call   Toll   Free   from   the   Greater  Vancouver   Area  ,ZEr\ith_-202l t      4 , v  ___^Lj^________^^  j    r   f  irt. .  i   (       l  *  ���M'"if.'  ('���>   I^Ur'7)*  7  er  :.V  *i/,������-.-;t %  _>':$u$_  M*  t '        .'  ,!,*�����  .��  ��� ,���-..) *-,>  ?<&  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  ..,,., ,.y  m  ***��t *.*. i_  ���', "k **.'���'.(���'''��� ���'B__\,*i��'~'<!��7it  58!  ^vj  " _&  ^:34  _.n  w  m  i i  f.t��t4*9Mrt_ iftiil (fvvtt.  Satisfaction   2:7.  Happy smiles that make school taxes' ''gi^d'lpf the big- blue paper  worthwhile are displayed by k���ind���eI_?,-���" "��� .'Vilfei���9h, '''dUBbl-arQ them top flight eye  garten' youngsters,   Aleda   Pascal,   Wstsi\   ": '        ' "    . " -   *'���'   )  Linda Lei'tner and Linda-Duffy, veryr'A^,,';^!,;;1,.,;,/.,, ���  V ', :,7;.,1.'"' V       '  ,3i, , -,.��' ���'���.'.<   ������*.,��� Big Day .  ^ust--wait:uTntilrthey^eHtheiiMiands^^laoe-in^^^  ox\ the bars and their feet on the helped celebrate the opening of the  rihhnn* pedals and Juantta' Paull and Kim B.C, Festival of Sports on Thursday  uw"        Trowse will be,off to,first and second   of last week.  '.h��� ww *$*&,*  >t *t *B��   * -     il   {iiv'i -\   ���  I i i.    ���  dMJ44+tr*a 1   >  A ��Vr Jt       * Ml .  FOR YOUR  SHOPPING  COMFORT  WE APPRECIATE  YOUR  PMIENCE ^  THANK YOU  KINDERGARTEN AND GRADE ONE REGISTRATION  *.  FOR NEXT SGHOOL-^EAR WILL TAKE PLACE AS FOLLOWS:  Wo are expanding to a   ,  FAIVIILY: SHbPFlWQ CiENTRE  with added lines of,' ���!��� '!  CLOTHING, AUTOMOTIVE, HEALTH and  , > I ', .'.���..-'. "V,'     '     .,���'���������       .! t.     I, '  *. t)),ni  M*MMi*WWWI^4iliWlwUU^IlMf<ff'����r.Ml*��W<.  ri"FlF��l��"m!#,io(��l!)��l5^BJ53*S.  US*  It^WBMWIW*!^^ I  With A  qortploto Lino, ot HARDWARE AS; 0��JW?��.  7- ��� :    '        *' i   \   '   '>       ____!_______________.' ' ���'������������  <     ' i'. ��7 ".  ,l|j       ' i    " .  Dnvis Bay Elcincnlary School  "    First Yqnr (Onulo I)  ''",''''''1',Wcdncs(lny,vMny"31VI'',"'''''!',M,*''"'"''t'''''"n''''^  y.:0l) iuii, to 12:00 noon,,  Gibsons Elciiiculnry School  i    Kindci'snrtciv nmlFlrHt Year (Ornilo I),  TiicN(.liiy,.Mny 30 to Friday. June 2  !):()() n,m, to ll;30n,m. uml  1:00 p.m. to 3;()0 p.m,  1(��ftW('1^|.lf*te,,*Wi��*lWrt'il M"S  Langdale Elementary "School *  First Ycur (Crude I)  ,(V Fridayv June 2 *  l>;0() i\,m. tq 3;00 p.ni,  Roberts Creek Kleinentary School  .     Flrt|tiYour,(Grade 1^ .       .      >,,  1      f ncsilay, May 30 and   ' ���":,':     ''  Wcilnesday, Muy 37  10:00 a,m, lo 2:00 p,m.  lii^ih-f-it Ht.*il.t.Y,-*. W.^Biih^^  ���     ', 'Sechelt ICIcmcntnry School   ��������� ^  Madeira Park Kleinentary School lScche|l und Wm( Scchcll KlnderBUrlon  Klnderaarteii and Firm Year (CJrade I) and Flrtit year (C)rado I) .���calmer ul Iho  ,   Seehelt F.femontury School,)  ��� TnetiduyV May 30 lo Friday,' Juno i-  Tuefiduy, Muy,30 lo l.rlday, Juno 2  y:00 a.m.'to 12:00 noon and  l;00p,n). Io3i00p.m. ���������  Pi00 lun. lo 3100 p.m.  IMVMWWWMW%W������M1��MW��IMW����  (   I ' ��� t'l.'i,      >'\\\   'I'tlM  I.  WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING  , , 77 .,"���.'.'      " ,i    J i .   '       ' '''  '''�� i  i  'I  Happy   Days  Wo niwlo', it 10o, sny CnflBy'\Sl.n-*-*s>7;  Franklo Paull nnd Qy'nthla Wnispni ���  who successfully.sloorod tholr, cap-,..',  rlqlouf) J^llllo trlk'os twlco around lho ,  -i^c)ioo)rbtindlng^naho~mornlngJclnw  dovKttrleu. Th'co nt SochM'.  !j��[K&'fcrtESTW60Dp  !  FURNITURE FASHIONED  ..'..USlH  KITCH|H cabiHets  |h I .mi  i.  <;��� i  i" i  EHi'!lI  |;77  1   *  i,i ,  1     H(h| h  ii * i  ;*' >ra'BV I  l1' 7*  ������; 'Ji'Wf,!  H 'fv J- .  M     4         '  MACLEODS  TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD.  /    Trail Bqy Cohfro, Socholt;,.. 885^929:'' ���  (formerly Marshall1 Walls)  7'   '\..<  ,   ,<,{ t   .  i (,,.(,,.  i^Moi>lso9o7*-~��w|Phphoi"885��9Ql,l'*^  fkmmmmmmmmmmmu piiiiiwiiii i nnmr  USE YOUR GAMBUEi ACCOUNT CARP  ��*��'��t**A��-i**^��Mi*4pM'tUrtJ ��*l����**tlt*����4��***����i*<.  ���i,(ts��wl*i*��41fcjt��1Ji����4.<i^tv-iw*BA�� m  It In Imporiunl that all children who Will ho (jolnjj to Klnderuarten and FlrM Year  (���Grade I) In September. Ii>72 be rettlmeied an noon iw ponolble durliijj tho above re_.li*.-  ', iratlon'ilntes. Your co-operu||on will be areully appreciated. ���  If your child will reach Iho auo of flvo on or before December 31,  1972 ho muy  ' bo rculstercd for KlndcrKurlchinQIbiionH Iilemcniary ^School, Sochelt F,lc|iieiilai'y School  , or Miulclra "Park . Hlcmcntiiry' ScHoot, Trft ns|>ortm Ion '/I o and'from the hchoolh the  ���'parenl'fi rcNpoiifilb|lliy, Kogliticr your child ul tho cIononI ncIiooI, '  *   All children who will reach the use of six on or before December 31, l'>72 ithould ������  " bo-registered" for" |4lr��t - Ycnr**(OrtHlc*"i ^rafthe*- nearest - elementary^ school;" No* school*,  rctilMrullonmay hu made wllhoul proof.,of atse ,by. meann of either n , birth ccrtlflcnto  or a bupllhinal cerllflcalo, /  7 ' ��� ''"- *, ���,..������ ������ 7 ; ���, ��� ���   .  ���  i,'   ' 1'upllN iprcNonily In Kindergarten Nliould bo reulsieied for Firm Year (Clrade  I),  In thohc'ca��ci*t where a rciilsliallon form Ih.m bvonhcni home wllh lhe Kliulcriiai'ton  , pupil and ban already been returned to Ihe Nchooh, It In nol necciwiiry'for Ihe child to  bo roplMcrcd ui;ain, Keetmln ,fu>m. Kliuloryuuen or oilier preschool o^porleneo. hhould,  bo hiibmllted to Iho hchool,  ��� l��{tWlwll}��Wt)S*��.!1H**  i,i. i. 'w hi , .ii,' * **s,*, '/ii <'-i-';^  'i i��� i!   I7U7' ,,!  M-ll      1(11     4,    (11,1,(1 J.fc  ���     ',' '       .    t ,"      ��    -        I     I      r.    >    '     ���     I1     .1  >   ,l,lt.�� >,   4-��     r<   I    ,��    ,,      ,   u*    <���    I.....    I*  l.i4��'ll,��it      n      |   .       III       I  If        ,    rli,, '    ��   ������!,���,' ^H   U.I, l|1((|i��      J  ._,    ,,l   ., .,        ,   ,    |    ,        i     ,    ,  I   H-.I  1|'l 4, Ml,,,!!     >..    ^ i > ���   t ,  )l   . .I     ,< >,.| j jiN,,   ��� ,.  ,'.. , .    '   .     '.  v , ,    .        I   ,    ,.    ,      ,     ('. n ,    .     ,    '     I.,        '  -   lit, t.    I  ,.  -    (       ,  ,,    ' u ��� .       I  Y^wrr^wwwrw^ww,ww*.i^i^r^w^w^^wr^ |Mii'ili|_Mk m��,"i IJmL'11."11^ *Bk JBW'' ^F^ ji'iiir.inii'ii' l|f^[| "'"^BfflL '- iff^ wM   HHl^M '"fBlr^ ^^MM^'  ���i  m i ��� -  ,    I '     '  1      I ��� t"  **   \   't��M    ij*-!  1^4^,,  IIMiMiW��*Wtto��Hlr^|-.)rt*^^  'Leader ''ot^o; Oppoaitlon' nnd' B.C";;;No'w Democratic"Party;"'"":*'"V^ "',"7"* **"";"  amm!ttwnnrnii,li nn. jij nmr. iiukiih iiiiiiuiiiniri urMniTn|TnmiiwiMiw<wii��wtji��m mm mi rm r i>u_ m.njiw'.iii^nilt m ^iynfc^aj>uiirnMi-mm^ ��� ^T-T*",m'"T>''"*^n'���-���-tr-r-r wu*wi*.^��ft*wM����ww *#�� w��*��w^***����M.*��-^i". p��.����.^^hm-^w^  "I    ���tl'**���(*,     ��   trinity-*   ���**���'"'  .<��� 1* 'r* ���i   t^'l  Hi watr >r��'il< ��i^<t^ i��^ iwt il 'M if MfrH wit *<i��ii MMMti  iwm��mwwi.��iB.n"'i��Hw*i  LOTS  OF DISCU$SION  LOTS OF COFFEE  , F,R|PAy,i WI,AY;2jB; AT ,8:00 P.IVI,  ROBERTS CREEK SCHOOL GYM  tU.I V # ' t, ,  V   I,   .      I *   I h l�� , , h    ,+ , -        ��. ., ,^f i  I        I  ll *>  'I |)t t   ���..   <|,  4-    , ..    ���/> ..            �� ,   ��   ^     ..4  *         %rr,fll,    J,i   ,  , ...     l��           ...     fl��      -l   |       t* ��� -,,     ,f,   H fr   *  ,., \i,, ,        . .     r      ,4. ,..,u fir,   ,,L|fl   ,iii\l*^'M    4, *'I   I..   , ,.     .     ,      , ,       .u ��� ��� , n . f ,  ,   ^ t . .1   Jf   ^   f (,, 1.,. i  ,   I      I      ll I    '   r    ' r "    r  >    I     ���,!���    "        I     < |r>        ,| 1   ���    I I      I   , ,.|1    ltt,      I,-,    ( i , V���i , '     .     I ' '      I      ���  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION  CALL 886-7118  ir  .   ��   1     $'.      .*V,4...'>      -J  .1.1;*,,  l��i1��.Mt?:S<iw��^miMi%(r  I -����������(ftip��(*^^  * v   il i t   I,    >��  ,        V     r  i  I  ' j-.���, 7  ���4^-*^^*#��t#*w��iMa^^  tiiiii*ifl>ii��rh.iitaik|w^  Mfi, >i    if,  ���     i  J!  n~  I .,  r ..vj��  ... ������    ���       x  Teen Hobby Club holds  7  Pqge B-2 The Peninsula Tidies,, ,      WeJn^sjgy, Mqy 24, 197:2  Mothers Day Social  TUESDAY  night   of^l'asl   week 'was-enlightening 'for   the   girls   of   the  Teen  Hobby Club when  they held a Mother's  Day tea.  The evening began\with Mrs. Hughes  demonstrating the art of cake decorating.  The girls watched fascinating and deli-.  rate roses and cake borders being created,  l.aler on the mothers and daughters chat-  led together over tea and a delicious  _,,iich  made by  the ��� teen  members.  It was delightful evening and members of the Teen Club would like to,  i.ive a very special thanks to Mrs. Hughes  [|,i* sharing her talent with them and  also to Mrs. Strum Un  inviting them* into  ier   home.  Around Gibsons  .      ���by Marion Charman, $86-9862  MRS. Bev Mc-Quarrie was surprised When  a baby shower was held in her honor  recently. Mrs. Arlys Peters was hostess  at her home at a delightful 'arranged  party. Colorful tulips graced the rooms.  A game was enjoyed. Delectable refreshments   were  served.  Many pretty and useful gifts were received from the guests���Kay Owen. Alan-  Tur-Andersuii,   Sylvia   Spain, ���"Mrs^-Bi-ettr-*-*  \  .  \  MAZDA!   MAZDA!   MAZDA!  NEED A NEW OR USED CAR?.__.\  See your Mazda Representative in this area  AT  ON SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Next to the Twilight Theatre  I.IHU.'.'MU'J,,-!'..���  SVICE LID.  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  A  Nice  Change  It was a nice change for the mo-    Club held a Mother's Day Tea.,and    Scptt. The recipients are Rosa Gir-  thers  on Tuesday.,..oi.Jast week���as���-consequently���did-Ih-e-setving. Shown -ard,7Mis. Jeanikxill..and.-JanelJBig.-  members of the Gibsons Teen Hobby    passing the goodies abound is Lori    geman.  Joan Rigby, Kim Jonas, Evelyn Cooper,  Arlys Peter,s, Darleen McQueen and El-  eanor  Wolverton;  The 67th Synod of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster was held in.St.  James .Church, Shaughnessy, May 5 and  (i Presiding* was Right Reverend T. David  SommerviUe, BA, BD* DD. Rev. David  Brown, along with Mrs, Nancy Kruse  and F. Ross Gibson from St. Bartholomews and Mrs. W. Grose from St. Aidans,  Roberts Creek, were among those attending.  Recent guest at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Ian. McKenzie and family was Mr.  Herve Tohavel, a university student from  France. . '  ~Mr. and" Mrs. Kar���l Schroers'*guest was  the former's mother from Germany.  Miss Colleen Husby. was- guest of  honor at a bridal shower held May 11  at the home of Mrs. Helen Weinhandl.  MLss   Brenda  Weinhandl   was  co-hostess.  Spring colors of yellow and green  were used to decorate the bride's chair.  The bride's cake was a replica of an  old country church, complete with spire  and stained glass windows.  The popular bride to be was recipient  WE  SPECIALIZE  IN  HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS  ��� PORTABLE WELDf^G SERVICE  ��� COMPLETE LINE OF  HEAVY  DUTY AND AUTO  PARTS AND  ACCESSORIES  GIBSONS MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL  (1972)  LTD.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Box 397, Phone 866-7411  ntinnmnnnnniTH���rrnnfirrar*in-tr-~i i-nrrnrrrrnnrri Tirnnmn ~~ ���" *-i~~rr~~'*"* uni���nrinniMiniiiiiimu_  ���'        .    - "  ORNAMENTAL IRON  WORKS LTD.  Specialists in Wrought Iron Railings   and Fire Screens   of  mapy   beautifu-1   gifts   foi" which .she  thanked   everyone   present.  Games were played with winners  being Miss Fay Flockhart and Mrs. Carol  Service.     _ ���    "     ..   '  Those present were Mrs. Edna Husby, Sherry Husby, Mary Fletcher, Emm  Flack, Ursula Andefson, Marion Alsager,  Jill Hill, Maureen Partridge, Doreen  Musgrove, Nita Sanderson, Carol Service, Agnes Labonte, and the Misses Lin^-  da Williams, Sandy Bennett and Fay  Flockhart.   Unable  to  attend  were  Mrs.    i  . Pearl Procknow, Eva  (Neenie)  Peterson,    |  Sandy  Page, Lin Fiedler, Winnie Tyson,  Davina   Bolderson,   Doris   SkeUett,   Mvs-.  "Efcor'hone,   Pam   Tattrie   and   Mrs.   Ethel  Jones.  7 Harold and Hermina Olsen from Vancouver visited the Old Olsen place here  apd stayed over with friends recently.  ,:7 Jockey Danny Bothwell, former local  resident,   has   moved  to  Coeur  d'Alene,  tj-daho, where he was doing exceptionally  ^ell bringing in a first prize winner on a  j.phg shot. Unfortunately, last week he  Broke a leg while exercising and is. in  hospital and expected to be wearing a  cast for six weeks,  * PATIOS  * INTERIOR  STAIRS  * SUN  DECK  * EXTERIOR STAIRS  Free Estimate With No Obligation  886-7029 ��86-7220 886-7056  GIBSONS GIBSONS  17 '   *'. '   .������-��� ,,2"&    '-       '       - ��� ���   .,..-���_.-:;.      ,7        ���      7.  41W����Wlff��MMM��W��^Ml��MMM��l����MM��MMMMM^^  Use 'Times' AdBriets to Sell Rent Buy. Swap, etc,  mmmmmLmmi  u ��� Tho'iririiif i_ffi^  low���lying shrubs,      ���-������ r��� '���  Handl-work deserves  merit  Those, young Indies ol' tho, Gibsons doing, Shown are, (back row) left, to S^rorn, IV|[aria Hina]|diis ancH Anri l|i-  Toon Hobby 0u'b proudly display right: 'Ro'iita Girard. Klaiho Ste- vgils;' %'ssing.';,^'rb''/Prii'#6lii0'''Vh(l  somo of tho woi'k thoy havo boon    vens, Theresa ^obpmte, Front: .Janet   Jtianne Jbrgonson,  "__  lllllll1lllllilllllDlllilllllHIIIJlf?l,ll!!!)|li1ll,!ll)?^  NEVEN'S  dealer for:-,    .���.  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADAAIRAI,^ PHILIPS  #     *     *     *  . EVERYTHING FOR   HOME ENTERTAINMENT  lp )p qS n*  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, D.C.  SATURDAY, MAY 27 .-8 P.M.  ElpUinstone Secondary School Auditorium  HMNW^WIMW.****^^!^^^  ' 1 I ��� ���  ; .     ���     .,    .|il.', .< ������ $ (      1 1  ALL GAMES $20.00 AND OVER  iE^port Alt' Work *        ���       ��� '  Mrs'. Hughes demons! rnted lho. nrt.. Rons.,Tqoiv Hobby   Cliili's, Mother's   Ing nro Mosdnmcs DoW, Infills. Ln-  of coke UecorntlnE, during the Gib-   Day Tea lant Tuesday nlghl,,yi$\Kh-   bont��, Rb\aldls opdr^trom.      ,   ,  *PI-.-���|Pr-8Kw*��i*flB*^tfTWjs^,.���I""""Im m ���WW  20**1 games  m^tytmim  EXTRA CARDS7  3jPO.RJ��.D0_-_-.  (ALL PLAYERS MUST PE OVER  1C YEARS OF AGE)  IlllillWW^^  *m��mmtm>&t*&kWM4>fimb  ' 'I  sH-amww^-*^^  '_./C��,  Wl(^f^*i-ir*i*'|i*tM-i!irtif^ili^i!ww��^^  �������*i��iwnwfi*Tfir'-^Ti^pr^w���^  jLy  -�� W��qgawa�����>nwrnmiiii$_.yiwyW'W_YW**'***^'f*i4**i-ty&4,wrwwrtii&  *-t.  ��A��~  J�����  /   I I   Like   Litter  Recreation Centre Site  I't was a day of burning brush and    Gordon Hull. This was one of many  This group of students undertook the    vironment Day held on Wednesday of    the paint being supplied by Douglas    lena���iLU0p .TL^LHE^.1^^    P^*? Elphinstone students under-  fainting and distributing oi I Like    last week.  The cans  were  donated   Variety ^and Twin C?eek Lumber and    ^SE^SJtJSS^^ ^����UT4last  -Wednesday^JEn-  painting and distributing of I Like    last week.  The cans  were  donated    Variety  Litter cans as their ..effort towards by-Xanadian-Eor-est Produets, with   Building Supplies.  Eflphinstone Secondary School's En- .        7 ��.  for this groupr-unaer the gui8anee-of    vironmentTDay.  Wednesday, May 24, 1972 The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  And Mom's model hats . . .  Gibsons Guides treat moms  to dinner on Mother's Day  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  AN IMPENDING threat of annihilation  hangs over our globe. It is not only  preachers who are uttering these feelings but also sociologists, historians and  scientists. .As a periodic addition to the  CBC news there has been a, commentary  under the title question, "Can the World  Be Saved?"  From a biblical viewpoint we may  note the developments in the Middle *  East or the soon entry of four more nations into the European Common Market.  These are events which Scripture has  outlined as taking place in the last days.  Certainly we are fast hurtling to a climax  of human history. I think the suicide  rate, and 'the dope and alcohol problem,  to name only two, are proof that their  is an air of pessimism and fear in the  At   Itchy  Coo   Park  Itchy  Coo Park at Robert's  Greek    cleatfed.it up and   planted flowers    all part of the  secondary school's    J�����  from^rou^to'paS i^'The  got a face-lifting last Wednesday as    donated by Mack's Nursery. If was    Environment Day.. Guides then modeled skirts whichlihey  these     students   from   Elphinstone  A MOST enjoyable evening was had by Keep Fit; Christine Irvine, Cindy Beau  21     mothers   of     the   2nd   Company dry,   Janet     McKay.   Dancer,     Christine     world today.  Guides when,.the.girls���,treatedTthem7to. a Irvine,-Collectors, Janet,Scrugham,-Jen-  ^~ However."we can"be  optimistic"attd  Mother's   Day   dinner.   The   food,   which nifer Blake, Deanna Bob, Stephanie Gib-     have an inner peace in the midst of this  was all prepared by the girls, was delici- son, Cheryl Grant.                                            troubled planet because there is a lively  ous  and  consisted  of  a  decorated  ham The evening ended on a pretty note     hope.  Jesus   Christ   is   coming   back  as  potato and   grpen   salads,   mils,   tea   and whcn Pali Jl luddur Geraldlne Fyles and���King of Kings and Lord of Lords, and  coffee and. the finishing touch, chocolate her  seconder,   Lynn  Wheeler,   presented     it appears He is coming soon. But you  cream puffs. Mrs.  Smethurst and  Mrs.  Grant  with  a     must be biding in Christ, the, Bible says,  The mothers were decked out in hats bouquet of flowers  as  a sincere thank;   "so* you'may have  confidence-arid "not  ^Wi*^'^' * i .������V-ifesS     of their own making and' a box of mints you  for all their work.                                    shrink from shame at His coming."  ^S^Y.-^v^^��^%5r.r| . was presented to Mrs. Gloria Fyles whose  i:_fe^Jiei^:*^^____C^i     hat  was  judged  by  the  girls  to  be  the  most   interesting   and   a   tough   job   the �����*���������-.   -��*. __�� �� ��� ��� _-_���  girls  had  with  ladies  hatted  in  every- g                             ������-.-������  ADULT'   EDUCATION           "     '  had  made  and    received  their ' sewers  badges for their excellent work.  Two. new Guides were enrolled. They  were Charlene Danroth and Louise Wil-        son.  >p^T.   .l&^he smothers were most impressed by  *^^S^|t,   '|Sp'^york;;id6he   to; earn   the   fqllowing  "ba'dgps^and many were minking they had  some excellent homemakers at home that  tjiejf perhaps were not aware of.  1st   Class,   Challenge    Emblem,. Lori  Montgomery. Seamstress, Geraldine Fyles,  Cheryl Grant,  Barbara  Meredith,  Linda  ��     Lang,   Heather   Reid,   Stephanie   Gibson,  ^.    \     Gail   Head',   Jennifer   Blake,   Jamie   Mc-  ]Sy**^_     Phedfah, ��� Heather ' Wright, Deanna Bob.  8SB_P Religion and Life, Heather Reid. Rab-  "7   "fl     bit keeper, Heather Reid. Readers, Hea-  tyPt&sj    ther Reid. Pet keeper, Jamie McPhedran.  Laundress; Gail'Head, Deanna Bob.'Bakers,   Gail     Head.'  Homemakers,   hostess,  ,   bird watchei^J^eJJd^  JaneT:McKay77jariet'Scrugham,   Cheryl-  1    Grant.   Writers,  Heather    Reid,  Deanna  Bob,   Cooks,   Gail  Head,   Dearma    Bob.  Around"20iTGuiaes here  A DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE  IS BEING HELD;. AT  SECHELT ELEMEWARY SCHOOL  STARTING MAY 31, 1972 AT 7:30 P.M.  FEE  $20.00  ,"���'���, ���'��'''      '   . ���     " "'*:  ' -    '  For Further Information Contact  Mr. Jack Nelson      Mr. G. Bawtinheimer  ���iT'.'i1 *.",",', OrQ*CTf'^*,_^rg*_^7'iTT"���,"'*^^4''v;''''"Tr.'  "SB6Wm  '-    ��'"I("n|**''ti'"!"v  1     ���      '     '!   *        H ��� 0n Their Way... ., ��� .���������., - .   .... - -  This group of s'tudonts from Elphin- er David Smethurst. It was all part   area of tho proposqd Gibsons, sewer ffi?iLi AiXn? ni10ih^S?Em���nS  stone Secondary School prepare to of Environment Day last week W. outlet, where they studied the marine K"oTM��y  lake off under the guidance of teach- these teonagors wore headed for lhe , life  111 ��� , ������ i        i,r*  ���..,,t _   for divisional rally  _w f i ?**ri.    ONs THE*'") 2tlf "b: f *May,��� 26** mothowncF"'  \W �� gethcr with Blue and .Brown lenders  held , a Joint, meeting . in ..the,,...Anglican...  Muy,  Tho Gibsons Guides will bo hosting  approximately 200 Guides and Loaders,  from Powell IIIvoi', Tqxucla and Sochelt  and' will-have a day's outing for mooting  each other, games and cook outs on the  Saturday and will sny goodbyo lo their  vIhIIovh at 2:30 ph Sunday,; '' , ,,  Further LA business sot, a Blue and  Brown workshop dato for September 12th  from 10 a,m, to 4 p.m. and a Registration night, on 'Saptombor IBlh at 7 p,m,  ai the United Church hall. Thoro will  bo n call out for now Loaders-oner helpers ut thut time, ..- ���������- *. -������..���....' -���... ���   for (hose nleb lazy evonlngH���At MIhh  f Bco'h Card-and Gift Shop, Wharf JUoad,  ' Secholt,,,.,,: ,   , ,,,.,���,..,,, , ,,., .���.,,,  pii y pj roci f roiii ���@ ifi ii i  Cut all sixes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction grade, �� <g ��| a*.  random length ���r��� ������ : p.m.     Jl jlH  PRE-CUT HOMES      37fiei/rooiii rT4ff s��y. ft.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package   ^1700;  Delivered to your lot anywhere on .the Sunshino Coast.  h  .  210 lb, rqofingso,, butt-��� .      ^  Numbor tvro and btr. �� ~i j��0        a" _l II O/B  bevel, sid'ng ,���.,���p,m, ,*JL��!J     ; colours, ..^ ..���. ��� JLI?@^3  AtWWMHMMfiN^^  rtfs**;**^ *li*jiiiti(ifUt Js'isfeat  ,.,.,. ,,  SMrrfly--^"--"��'.--^-*-��-9815'Rob'io�� St.-���,- -,���.> ---588-5441  ni.����'iT��(i-iiw��,p|1 ��p"'  'GoodTSaimaTltans���  Mi-h. M��ry Boynon (second 1'iohi loll) ��� <'  m{\ ihOHo fltuclonlH from l^pliliiHtono-;;;  Soeond^'y School did thulr ��god deed,,  Jn.wOloanln_!^un.�� j-U'Ql'M-^  aunlor cIUzohh, lloru thoy nro work-  fi ra  ��� Komi, Girls   nro   Marin   Hlnijldls, .  Ilonch, Cheryl Tyson and Llao Knmp-  mnn.'".'.' ������"   '  .7, v , ' ���   ."���*.'  ,   . .,��A knot Ih an (.mbqUUoU.linincU.lu,Uio,!...  ,.,'., wood of.thq U'oe-U'UnkM -   ,-,  ��� I  ** it*  Tills is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your .ciclvortlslho In' this tspoco' will roach  'irtwrthorh'^fS 0&~ *homi?!f ^1 *i *Oj*O00*-pcopf �����! K  ����^cluW��8k,*J('4��th^fno��t.��econonilcQ|*��rYoy��to��  mocli more Sunshine Coast pooplo bocaus<)|  ,Jlmea^d*i��^aJntoi."mor��-hom*e��*7lhQn'-ar.r  Other ��� novfspaper * produced" In'' this  orea,  ���",    '     ''        . '        i   '  The Tillies  ,005-9654:'.|Safh��lt)'. J,., ,,006.2UV, iGlb��on��),  mmmmmimmm*mmmiiimm��mimmt*>mm .*(.mmumn*bwwim^iw��wmw��^iwmwiwi^^ \
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The Peninsula Times Wednesday, May 24,197_
The former liquor store, now ol'fic-    ('Bf' filming  of   its   second    Beach-    Gibsons and district
ially named Molly's Reach, is bust-    comber series is now in* full swing,    baseball* Softball SCOres
ling with activity these days as the GIRLS
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Helen's Heroes vs Esso Marine Cheetahs
20 - 3. Devil's Yarders vs Coast News
Renegades l,r> - 14. .
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Saturday, June 3 . . .
Legion members challenge OAPO
in carpet bowling tournament
BOYS
Bronco:. Raiders • vs   Firemen   9   -
Kinsmen vs Pender Harbour 20-4.
Pinto: Voyageurs vs Madeira' Park
- 8. Langdale Lions vs Boorhmen "9"-
Sidewinders* vs Be,a.vers 9 - 7. * Wilson
Creek vs Port Metoft: Pirates 20'- 6*. .Sechelt vs L&K Loggers -10 - 3.   ...
Please report  scores to Mrs. • Maureen
Donvis 886-7066.
The 3rd Gibsons Brownu Pul In Id
their, picnic at Soames I'oinl Fnday
and the ■'girls gladly took <time out to.
pose.fpr a picture/ Shown are: (front
, row) Sheila- Spain, Christine Mac-
■tPhee,7Annette Bob, Gail Wolverton,.
Brownies on a Picnic
I nittta Shoith^Gwen Bob, Lynn Pav-
loiki shannon , IVlcGivern, Shannon
"yf^Giey. -Centre: Wendy. Wallace, J"qey
Hogb'erg, Kathy MacPhee, Jacque-
lmp:■ Baines, Janice Burton, Terry
Fiediei", D^idre Defripster and Ka-
MEMBERS of Gibsons Legion Branch 109.
have challendge tlie carpet bowlers of
Branch 38 Old Age Pensioners Organization Gibsons to a carpet bowling tournament.
Unless unforeseen circumstances in-
tervene,, the tournament will take place
Saturday, June 3 at the United Church
Hall.
In other OAPO business, guest speaker at the May meeting was Roy Parkins
of Harvey Funeral Home, who gave an
interesting talk about the cost.of funerals
or cremation. A memorial service, including cremation or burial ih local cemetery,
is $235; a chapel service is $260. For further information please call Mr! Parkins
or go to-the funeral home to see him, he
would be pleased to answer all questions.
The senior citizens of- Sechelt are
sponsoring a bus trip to Powell River
Tuesday, May* 30. Fare is $5, which includes lunch. The bus will pick up pas
sengers at the Cedars Motel at 8:30 a.m.,
returning   home   around   6:30   p.m.   Any
members wishing to go are asked to get
in touch with Mr. Hayward, phone 885-
9755. A trip is being planned for the
autumn to Hawaii. Anyone wishing more
information phone Mr. MacLaren at 886-
-982fh .	
It was unanimously agreed an emergency fund be set ..up i'or members
in  need of ambulance, flowers,  etc.
Mrs. Bayenon has high school girls
who would like to help pensioners in
any way possible.
The monthly raffle of a pair of pillowslips was won by Mrs. Gwen Crosby.
Sweet music was played by E. Reitze
during the tea hour,* which was much
enjoyed.
The social afternoon will be Monday,
June 5 and the next regular meeting,
Monday June 19, both at 2 p.m. at the
Health Centre,  Gibsons.
-Jk-Mpkhistone-Secondary-^-
Wide variety of music
presented at band night
A WIDE variety of selections from classics   lo   ja/.z   was   presented   recently
as Elphinstone District Secondary School
held its annual band night,
The   Grade  eight   bond   led   off  with
iMnla pd.ii\—rbyr—tSibili u«^-M»-~rSoJflcl,ioi5—-by,
clarinet; Dave Fromeger, saxaphone;
Kevin Star and Bruce Campbell, trumpets nnd Danny Z-evil'f, drums,
The senior band concluded ,the program... with a series of very difficult
numbor.s  including Tlie  Russian Pageant
"GTenn
"Tumsky    ivorsoKov;"
rmef
Wally Johnson "Licorice Stick" gave lhe      y   , .    ,. „ , ,    „
clarinet, section a chance to shine, Im,;sif;   "'''^i"?  J''0111   Le?n"rd.   Be,'n"
, ■ slein ,s West Side** Story  and  Malaguana,
7.7 Londftr-y--- Airo-and 7.ho-Ro«oi-' MUlo...7.;.. 7 jp)lls :..,n)Up- loavcfirMny '24 i'or a series
Ia.v.qdla4_.l<inti__!:»'' lb" Ro«d, were also _-_r c-onc-ortM id" 100-Mile Hoi_se_ C11nton
included
Those,   young   people   piny   as"
though they really enjoy their music, ll,
«i^„*bJEU!£t-_tS? JiLVJJ ^VfRv^-TQi^il-^"^'.-*! Llfi.lB- )ML
never played an liisinimeni hei'oie Repi-'
ember.
"""The".stage luVntl'"wnrt next."This ..roup
Is made up of nenior btuul .Ktudonti. who
,jot   togother ■ durlny   lunch   hours,   Their
floloctloi'js   were   Mother   Goono   Jumps,
Simps Dixie Lund and u boo-bob hohhIoii.
The .last  number  fonturod  Hqln?, •' Breu,
be a ci
and Ad hero I'I and will certainly
(III to this community.
.^.Asklu.,,,, l'i'Qm,„|,ha„ imiNlcaL„tro«t,„,Uio,so,.
who have watched this group progress
IVnin Its beginning woro pleased to see
ihom finally appear' In uniform: Gold
sweaters wllh black trim, black skirls
und punts, while blouses and shlrls <and
mild Hos created an enhancing scene, The
Mwealers woi'e purchased from funds
front ii raffle, lis well nn llio, wiilkallion/
Silkscreen Artists
Ladies busy decorating
THE   LAplES  af  tM7'CllbHOiiHAllvloll.*
Association have been vory busy these
mil  few wookH preparing new  uniforms
or the boys   and girls' bnHobiul lonim,
Thoy trruiNforrod lhe nnmoi-i of the upon-
Horfi  from it Htoholl  1(7 lho unlforms liy
way of lho Hllknoroen method, Tho Inijen-
Iuuh Idon came from Mrrt.,»Shlrloy„lVIac,oy
and 11 Iimh siivod Ihe Atlilotk* Arnioulidlon
a Hi'oUrt ileal ul' momiy,
. M'.f\, Miieoy ..Ih.m booii tcrrlfl-i hi.nrclor**
ln« i]jI.j ho Jyill jauii*iHR.a^
tnlunjj care of ll thin' yonr, Tho Aiinnclitt-
Ion would llko to (hnnl^nll; thosuwho ,
donntod tholr tlmo nnd ol'fort to ijol Hume
uii.-TorrnH  on  tho  youn..!-.lorn,  A HpooTnl
tb-unkft to Mrn, IaiuIho Currol who printed
and out all lho iihuielln,
It In vory Impnrtnnt nflor owiv win-
non to rot urn all-unlformn und oqulpmont
to tho eoaehoH upd mnniii.oi'n,. In the .nut
■4-yyty*^
jjiiiiiio'N,' TlioHo kids dosoi'vo a'""b'o'Lioi* show
I ban thin, The «lrls are groat to watah
and' ronlly <mlto ,ho<kI, You .could hoo
hoso now imlroi'mH If you could junl
lake nn hour or ho of your spare lime to
visit those"'u'iimoi-V nnd Hiipporl tho kldn,
Thoy piny bettor when Ihoy have somo- ■
ono io piii'l'iirm for, so pUmiho make uu
effort,
With llio Ben Cnvnlcndo JtiHt nrouiul
tlui,ei/nier, wo,.will h« ohoonlnu « locnl.
.,uh'l,„fioon..Jo. ropresoi)Uhe^Alhlotk>„AH-„
noolntloii In tho Queen CorjlOHl, no wnloh
for hor, plcturo: In tho pnpor, ,
thleen Hume. Back row: Lori Ran-
niger, Elizabeth Egan; Nadene
Smethurst, Mrs. Trudy ' MacPhee
(leader), Mrs. Doreen Wallace, Mrs.
Annie Dempster and Mrs. Ruth Hog-
berg (leader).
May 26th-29th
Highlight Events
ARCHERY: Vancouver Pacific "
Northwest Wheelchair Archery
Championships May 27; Victoria
Queen Victoria International
Shoot May 28; BOWLING:
Kamloops Provincial Champion
olGhampions 5 & 10 Pin Finals
■0ay27; Kelowna Provihciil
Championships Master Bowler
5 Pin Spring Singles & van^iSrr~
Champion ot Champions 5.Pin
National Finals May 28;
Vancouver B.C. Secondary
School. 5 Pin Provincial.
Championships May 27, CANOE,
KAYAK:: Oliver Coureur de Bois
Western Canadian Canoeing
Championships May 27;
CYCLING: Port Coquitlam
K'ermess'lnternational May 28;
Vancouver Festival ol Sports   ..
lnternatlona(Jj.({cXQac.es May	
■27THORS^HOWS^OD^St—"
Clinton International Rodeo
^May-27r28^Duncan-iRacilic_:___
Northwest Combined Training &
■Pressage-Show-May~26r27.r2li;-
Salmon Arm 3rd Annual. SALHA
,FQstlvalMayMr,28;Mycllft.6^,Kt
Spring Light Horso Show Mny 27;
, KARATE; Dawpon Creefr /3,p.
Intorior Open Karate
Championships May 26,27;
LOGGER SPORTS; Terrace
Provincial Open May 27, 28; '
MAHKSMANStllPil Chilliwack
International Open ,22=Match
'Plflo Dawo, Course of Fire May
27", ChlllJwacfoWlllle Harris Jr.
National MofaihCourao--
,„ Cliaivploijshlps Contro Flro
Rlllo, May 28; POLO; Saanlchton
, international Finals May 88,v.,
SOFTBALL, FASTBALL:
Vancouver Canada Northwest
•-Senior Womon's Invitational
Atfny 26, Z7, PM; SWIMMING:
Vancouver 14'th Animal North
unil'urmit Which' li'ivo* boon hold hack w\
Ions' «h five j'*.l\$ti, Some of those nro In
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mm^mm^mmm^mm»i v V  Anavets Corner  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, May 24, 1972 _   ���������Grbsotts-Arn  v Air Force Unit 357  by  Ad^m McBi-ide   ��������������'  GREETINGS!  ^Because we use the shorter' and easier  word "ANAVETS" rather -than the full  unit title, many people seem cbnfused  about what we are, or do.  One dear old lady brought her beloved  ^J  6ld horse in to be treated "by you vets"  and   is  now.suing  the  club  because  we  painted   il   in   tho   club  colors   (red   and  blue), and put a bumper slicker on it.  Actually. I ^believe 'the organisation  was started in lft-U) by a group of British  soldiers who, ei^ite to Waterloo, ran  into   the   Spanish   Armada,   and.   taking  <&*��  ovariivc���action,���landed  Sechelt RCMP officers  leave with promotions  TWO . Sechelt RCMP constables are  scheduled to leave the area in June,  both with promotions to rank of corporal.  Highway   patrol   officer   Ron  Mangan  ���is being transferred to the University dis-.  trict of Vancouver and Constable George  Humphries   to   Cassiar,   near   the   Yukon  liorder.  Constable Humphries came to tlie area  almost six. years ago as a highway patrol  officer. He later transferred to regular  police   duties   with   the   Sechelt   detach-  "Wi   a   beach   in rient  Scotland "-not. far from  Dewar's  Whiskey '    ���'    ,,,,,'          -,                __  __     7  Distillers. This probably accounts for the .   Constable Mangan has served here in  Latin  motto  on   their-cap  badge*   "HIC charge of the highway patrol department  GLORY HIC".                                  ' *or ^e past **wo years.  Although I. am rather confused on military nistory, it was one of the original  Anavets, I believe, who, as a'Captain of  field fortifications, at the sea battle of  / Jutland said, "Someone has blunder-  - ed!", thus becoming immortal in the famous poem" "Charge it to the Right Brig- SEVERAL people have already been  age" written by a famous English poet, picked for our entry into the district  Sheets   or  Kelly   or  someone.                 .' track meet. They are:  Our  last  dance  went  very  well.  We High jump: Sheila Harris, Kelly Mair,  had  a  good   group   pinging  and   dancing Dcn'Edd Scouler, Don Brown,  and   toasting    weenies    around     a   very Shot Put: Don Brown, Derald Scoular,  cheerfully burning fire biit we were ask- Ketle.y Lawrence, Sheila Harris,  ed to put the fire out, as Roberts Creek Broad  jump:   Roddy  Tait  and  David  Community  Hall   has   no  fireplace.   The Hyatt,. Yvonne Campbell.     .  weiners left over will be sold at thenext ^e  date  of  the  track  meet  is -May  dance.  Obviously, those .with teethmarks 26,  Friday.   The  meet  is   to  be  held   at  or bites out of them will go at a lower Seche*U.  price. Due to Ed Rhodes washing glasses ���  P��use Scores: Team I 7 pts. Team II  at the dance, our glasses, all seven, were 13 pt?' Teartl ni 19 pts- Tea.m IV 21 Pls*  broken  and you  are  requested   for  the There should  be a  correction  in  last  next dance,  to bring your own' thermos we��*k's list of prize winners in the'May  cup  or  hard  hat,  depending  upon  vour Day Poster contest: Ahhe Simpkins won*  capacity. 3rd prize-for Grades 3-4 and not Anne  Some  of  the   ladies  had   complained erQwtber as reported,  about men dancing with caulk boots on. SPORTS  fll TXnL? m^6 U a-_hu  rule that in '''Ust Friday, Roberts Creek,boys soft-  wli l?iv k TT WlU be allDwed  l0 ball   team   visited   Madeira   Park   for   a  On    hLh0??   t��0'       tr. league game which was highlighted  by  Our   baseball    team    (Anavets),   are a triple play which ended the game af-  SZmi UP V6ry we",.In fact. some of ter 5 innings, resulting in a score 5-2 for  their shapes are unbelievable.  The first Madeira Park. Well done senior boys.  game I watched, started late because af- ______   ter the pitcher's heavy rubber-foot0rest ���          ,         ~T'               ���  had been spiked into the mound   it was Every   hour  of  every  day,  nine  Ca-  found   the  pitcher's   foot  was  under  it hadians die of heart disease.  Madeira Park  -by David Hyatt  (From Port Mellon right through  *' ^ to E^mbnt) ).  - < . *       r+*> _.*__tf vt &r ^^ *7*   * *   *.*_<  'M _"i>j_trJ_ri7fc~ J&Js&mSva&'ttLi * * . ' "**   f*_H&  ZW-L.^counted ,4.017. .two, pitchers .being  on the mound, during the second half of  the first three innings. Craig Norris pulled the same classic goof up as "Dizzy"  Dean did in the 1942 world series. Swing-  mg   three   bats   to   loosen   up,   he   was  called to bat, threw all three bats away  and stepped ..into the* box empty handed.  Although Norris was "right on the ball",  the lack of a bat caused him to be struck  out. His brother, Brad Norris, didn't get  a single hit, either. The reason for this  is that Brad doesn't play for us.  But all things going as they are, it's  a terrific team that plays all out ball,  all the way! The Sunshine Co'ast is a  gold mine of young talent, and I- think  Anavets is pretty lucky to have, been  given the "creamers" of the crop See  you as you polka past at the next Ana- :.,..  vets   dance,   announced    under   Coming,    7 7.  Events. ���������* ���'������     '���������������"���" "-^ ���-'A--,.vt>i  iftanch 69 SGTplans  n.v:-*t  service  BRANCH' 68  SCAj w'1! ���observe,,Senior  Ci^��ens' "V^eek with its anri'vtal' nop-  den.QmjpatiQn^l Cburch Service, in honor  of our pioneers.1  Thq service this yepr will be held in  the Open Area_ (library) at Sechelt Elementary School' oh Sunday, May 28th at  2:30 p.m.   ' '���" -' ���- ""���'- v-'" ' 7  A special feature will be provided by  .Miss Errata's girls' choir, Refreshments  ���vvtll~b'e��-flei'vod-( ��� ���~���I   FEDERAL  NDP CANDIDATE  HARRY-MAiiWuS  Federal NEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY Cgrididate for Copst-  0iilectin; .42 year, old bqche-  ���fbr; born and educqted in Far  .East;..... world...*traveller, . mu^i-  IJngUbl background.'' My Interest Is, PEOPLE. It will be an  honor to serve you as a Mem?  ber of, Parliament,'; In-the mean-  , tlrne,... can... I-be; of service to  you? Home address: 6887  Fairmont, Powell River, B.C.  Phone1 number; "485-475S,' * .������<  ���-���^~ik'&&;.\i&.y^^^^  SIMPLY BY SELLING  77.yy% %7iy\iy  SUBSCRIPTIONS  TO THE  POR EXAMPLE  are you caught in  monthly rent squeeze?  ,. i,<,,., i.  build a westwood home and  put ydur money to wprk!  y   * .7        l , '       7'     ���'*  i   f    ���  -  pan m��ko, VVeQtvVpod liomoo pro built In) Boptjona. Inatoncl of b/   oid-rnohlonejci oMt-nnM-flt mothodBi You reduoo on-sl'o labor and        . b��y* weaftt jn building tlmo, No moro rent Inoronoeo, No rnoro  ," ���, .n ��,'i     monthly paymonto with nothing to show .lor tl^om. Inotond yoi��  nre 'noqulrifig nn oquliy In to homo milorod tq your fnmOy'a noode.  new low cost su^rban homes  ^WW*������^()(��tHi^ ���\'W��fHMl*(W'a��i9**i^#'^V  Gl^owq nbow lo 'ITIio 8��r��tQ(JA", ono of ir Wpnfwooc" Suburban   '' famw cio^iflnacl to bqaUnf/��tion pn-^ alvo rnoro fpr yc. Mr ^uUdtnci  'tfollrir.-fidq ,. ^odny, Wo t\w\ pm yoM h your ovyn WootWQocI  '��� i   hoprjo thlopprlnb. <r t  ,'.. it ^ ���,,,*,"'Jlt; t   ,'',, , ,  ',  ,-4'i  You ono |tnvo,n Wop'iiVOQd, homo  "aullt, or yott onp bulM It youropjf  ,������.������ ���r r.���r      io nny ntngo of opmplotlon. ""It'ior  -nu a M-A DI"C-*��^*wayryou.QQni.tlnan6o.lt-ihr'o^  * *^^*l^ll>>l%>lJ��KwJi^t��nM^  ���   ovollnblo for any am.     V  k1  4fi.ri����i��Bl^..-|4'��irM*����.*HH��H||wt������^*fc��rf,(iHmi*wfc.ll  UIESTUIOOD HOmES  p^0ESEj#ROS7 CONSTRUCTION  7 _ul .     *.   ' .   lir    - >.  i   Phone 806;:  -.H-V-  mm&&��  .fftWr-fsBrfWl^f fyf-pttte*  . '��  r (t  **!\'}.'jy.  t      f   I  I M  ��   .     f  " i  I' ���    ,  A OiiSi^'F^iwftir'or, Record Player  *' ,f,    '* V'.*|V''*i '*  ,,     ��� r1 7''' ,    .71 m .',       *    '   ;   i ; ,  By selling 30 new subscriptions  1 ' i, . ' ,       ,i  ,. I    ,.     ,,t,_    ,.!,,' 1,|,.).j it, ^iryj'rV <( l,?rl    , I, 11.   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So��h��lf . ......' .,-   ^.���,J,���ah' *.,W 88*";  Phorrn 886-2417  2241  DON'T   DELAY-PHONE TODAY  "Y ;j * .������ ���'. '������ v ������-  emnAUla ^Jime6  GIBSONS 886-2121  '��'  i'  ,.��.��..*.,;���,.,  ^m��m$mi*mtm��r.  1      '     ____ ' i<      * __     '   i_5 '* ' ' '     S  SECHELT i88S"9654    mtimtmihimi/mmmmmmmtim  .,.,7,. 4  mmmmmm*if���mopm***  f*^^4*k^#^j[Si  - J"''    n���V*.W*V i*ii'#^*,1��,'l!*< "  lr~ll)Wl>H|1).M��Hl��lt"l��H��'Ni(   )}������**��    SffllH-,^(ll(Anli'i��-   *   I  *���      fl(    I '    <J*i* ir ^i  iH*H 'I*"''  iH*NwM����>!#l^'MB��W*^^  * ,       ' m   , I  * ���" ������*-* ' * .��-'*��>*, -"    .*��** ....-k..~.,  iiwM^i>*��wMri(^iWiw  W///f//////f//////////S//////////f//f////////i  CONTEST  CLOSES  AY 31,  1972  >       t  wwfl*  |V.   ,1       I   �� >  <jrt^W?WW��WMW��Wll^  "/-  WiW|*l*lMWMfH��*��"l*Wn*  l4l^��W��4<WM��l��W��m)^^  W#WKMqWll��W^  . , *- ^ | (ij  f iljj ��)i^ ,s, *%, ^   ^   h   v (;   *  *  ���* . Vanguard  Happiness  Supreme  Proud little Brownies lead the May recycle.  The  parade  was   not  very    Happily waving, to the large crowd J decorated carriage and all the pre- Queen  Bobbi  Reid    and    incoming    Kathy Llayd,  Debbie    Roosen    and  Day parade and in the foreground big but just enough to fnake a royal   lining the royal route, Pender Har-' parations which went   into making Queen Shelley Ward and their flower * Kim Filion, two little flower girls on  is K.m Duff net yet aware that she escoit for the May Queen.                    hours May Queen and her attend-^ this occasion very special for them, girls Ka{.i Morrison and Tina Ritz.    the  right foreground    are ' Roberta  took first prize with her decorated ..                                                   / ants   are   enjoying    the   beautifully^ Pictured on the throne are retiring Their  attendants   are  Katie   Bilcik7   Filion and Teresa Clayton.  Welcome  Master of Ceremonies  for    Pender    en, Katie Bilcik,'flower girls Mindy    ley Ward-and her flower girl Tina  "���"arbour's May Day,  Mr.  Al Lloyd- Petersj.and Roberta FilionM'971-May.��**R*ttz,.flower girls Tracey,,,ari'd Teresa  -SntewalK   Cafe ""���^���    "~" introduces_ihe-J\lay Queen and her Queen'Bohhi Reid and her flower girl    Clayton, Kathy Lloyd^and Kim Fil'inn.  Nolhing smells better,  tastes better    ny spring day and Pender L i o ns    Breakfast    which  was  one    of the    entourage. From left   Debbie Roos-    Karl Morrison, 1972 May Queen Shel-  or is mo-c thoroughly enjoyed than    found lots of customers lined up to    highlights   of  Pender's    May    Day  pancakes served outdoors on a syn-    sample their waies at the Pancake    celebiaLons.  't, t_ .   �� <��� I �� \' I    U       'I  Well 'Represented  Children  woro  wull   represented  in    Lloyd's  beautifully  decorated   lit tile    Klin Duff, Handy Johnson und Putti  I'oikUm's Snlurduy parade with doc-    cmi  which housed his pel  rabbits,    Hold,  orated    bikoK,  go-carts    und  Doug    Bust decorated    bikes belonged    lo  IV  t  'i'i'1' 7 , ' ��� 7,1 ,,,lmi  M<U&hM& IHlili^^ .sontaUqn'of May Polo dancing/AU  .taken sick on May Day, two sub-, joyed,  Tradition  ' Continuing a very old tradition, young   ors hud only boon practicing for two   stltnlcs woro   called in from   tho  dancers at render Harbour delighted   weeks under the supervision of Miss   crowd, but ovon so Hie dancing wont  ,!fy>*"'M""  '' the'crowd with tholr vory fine pro- Marilyn McKeo and with two of them-: smoothly-"and ' was thoroughly on-  iW��rt^*f^J��iWlf.ij,^,  ^w^WA^wi^^w^tt^i^^^.^^^iA^MiltwW^^^  KHMH**��N|M*fJlX^^ U J JMf | 0 ,A'"'Tf CI Hi fl ���"���������"������������������������������^ ^'WH^UwU**  ; *";^"7!'r'��� * "7w-i -"*���-���������;.r-v ��� ���-��� * -jon*' Bro��kfa*r"*","'';-' *��� -'������"���*  l.ff^����tip jit*, y, WI.H.IIIM **���** MMMW^I*������*.*^.,*. m *tkfnH��M,vu  That littles Snoopy Is off again join-   him, Delightful little character who   the (pur,ukf roulo Is milton lonu haul  Ing lho Mny Day parade al PtMidor   lint* heunUlie hit of Pender's hanulo Tor a llllllo follow hi his socks ;  Harbour' and taking his nouso with   fc*r, two years Is Charlie.' Parkor and      7    .   \  '        '; , <  ^^  <MtlH'*i*iWi'**i''i��4fit 1  '-.*M        *      .  >v*��^P p.*,*.  ���  ,,f     .    '-*    i*^   , -.���       9   i   ,   ,    ,  m-m-Am^m^mm  '     * M 1* ���> t Ut  H'    (f '      *  M" '<"" i,' ,  ��� " ,��<���<  ,{#*'����"'(l*��,t>��eia'-!*-** \  I I  I  -rjB��MiMj��^.*|$S;*i!''-  ��fW**S*to*��r''  '\  -^ \            - *   - - - - ^.--, -"i -' *��^. -litf*- w ww^ Y^}:,%s^^wimM      &  ���gh '��� ��� ��������� ������ ������������ -i���'--*    ���     �����������-- ?.-...    r.r>   7**tfrrmstf-W-ffijF1; E;  m *���������>���.<-.w ov^i-7, '>-���-,>,V"-^+t- ��'i"^^ S* >-^&^&^*���  *'-���-������ *        - '    ��� ,'    -^*77^7^��i    .  "y-'sh -.  **   ^Vw  * *  Wednesday, May 24, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  Royal Smile y ' ��� Golden Brown  Newly crowned    and smiling    with    The Rhyming Philosopher    &Mg!)U�� action, busy flipping-pan-    Smaile who were kept busy from 8  anmnocc      m-,^,.    -o,.^���,. n      ���., cakes .-"golden brown anddelicious���   a.m,; .on Satiyday morning  serving  happiness, Pender Harbour's Mav  Queen for 1972, Shelley Ward had a  very lovely smile for each of the  trophy and prize winners in the May  Day parade.  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low In a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the canoe until  help arrives."-  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes nnrl   Hnnrllp*^   WpHqps  and Cans and  PIONFFR CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  1 885-2812  ���  Box 636 Sechelt, B.C.  BiriMinpiiwi ||||||��||||||||iiii|ii*__^^  Harry W. Fletcher     ������-  BENEDICTION  As  dawns  the  sun,  enlightening  each  day, ;  My heart rejoices and my love renews, . (.  Though, like the sun, always it still was there  Unseen   arid   unexpressed,  yet  ours  to  share,  To cherish and remember as we choose,  But   never   absent   even   far   away. 7  For" love  in   later   years,   ignoring   time.  Needs but the comfort, faith and certain trust  That  comes  with  knowing based  on ienureel  truth  Experienced?and  tried, unknown  to youth; *  Yet  sure as all  the stars  in heaven  must  Revolve, and vines pursue't'hejr upward climb.  So let this be my Valentine to you,  A song unsung, yet music to the.ear  As melody of words which 1 impart  in  thoughts   impelling  from   my   heart.  the  pancakes,   that  is���are   Pender    a.- crowd of hungry holiday makers  feion-s T,e r.r y  Simmons    and 'Ron    in the Harbour  40 hp. 50 hp. 65 hp. Open  water or quiet stream,  they ?re performers.  If you're a mid-potyer man .7. if you're a  family boater ... if you like a not-too-srhall,  not-tbo-big outboard t*hat!ll take you skiing,  skin diving7fishing. cruisjfrg, weekending7 ..  see your Mercery * dealer and hisjjjjdi-Mercs.  The 40-hp Direct Charge402; The popular 50-hp  Merc 500. And the all riie,w compact 650, 3  cylinders, 65 hp. Just one problem. It's tough  to decide which is best.  If only to provide a souvenir  Or token that my love is safe and true  Biil  we shall "meet  again to reunite 7  On some far sphere, as once we met before  Where you my queen and I your armored.  knight  In   solemn   tryst   pledged   love   for  evermore.  ���*"*  AH Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���Pay later  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  Contact Y-bu'r.Local Travel Agent* at" i      r  *jd<^''* vioniocr ijiuiiktH.ai  riu>ci nijcni ui '' r*d  ^^fcl rONTTN E NTAL COIFFtJRtS^"���<^  ^      GONTIWENTAL CO!Fip?|r  Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Phone 885-2339  Unusually: decorated B^BTTsHPattrl^  Reid's 6utiterf# therne which won her    tlie easiest thing to do.  v, *��-.,",���  *..  mmniu\___\Mu_n__ii____\Miuu_^^  th'ir/i  place in  Pender's  May  Day  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT WATER AUTHORITY*  WEST SECHELT WATER  USERS  Effective May 4, 1972 the area comprising West Sechelt Imprbve-  ,((,ment,,,.pistrjct.beqqme, a specified area of the Sunshine Coast Regional  ITistrTCOv^^  District. Users are advised of the following interim arrangements:  K'f  1, Administration:" Billing and'p'aymeTit of~l 972 parcel ;tax and"  .,.user,accounts will continue* to be handled by the Improvement District  _5___*_;_r-jg|.1'_'. ry,��R ,Q.��. Bo?L,1 3 6, �����,Scche 11 .,,������>,,.���,���.������  -HK*(imi^*hiwia^BiiSf(iFA vai iift��*(i*����;iiiH wisw**, t��*f *i��*wj4*t**,;*<  ,,,.���,;,,���.,2, Operation: Requests for connections.,extensions,, notificatioh  pf line breakage, etc, will bo handled by the Regional District Water  Authority, P.O. Box 800, Secholt, Telephone 885-2838,  Complete administration of tho West Sechelf Utility Ihpluding application of Regional rates and charges will become effective January  1,  1973.  ^_ ,���,,___........  CHARLES F, GOODING  1 i Secretary-Treasurer  ik.,.'   ',.'.. ��� .  iiiMII^e-v^* Notes  _by reggy v<onnor  TWO   Australians  from     Surfers   Para- ing to'get for a.parkvat Halfmoon Bay  ���  dise, Queensland, now. living, in San may.yet be ���saved under the Green Belt  .$ancla?o, w^  Mr. and Mrs,' Leo W. Hopper of West * ,  Sechelt. Also visiting the Hopper's were ol   Recreation    has  said,      I   w.ll    be  ^f-riendRvfrom* Bermuda* ^  Smitty's Boat Rentals and Marina  '   '. On'the ;Wharf :dt 'Gibsons'  Phone 886-7711  Coho Marina  Marine Ways and ^Complete Marine Repair  7,v,.,,,.,,.^, ,.7,.......-....!r,.4.Mqdeiro'*Park . ..,.-,. 7.,.7���4 ..,.���,..,  Phoi^; 883-2248  and   Helen  Np'llsori.  Mrs.  Hoppqr's  bro- with  the Green Boll. Advisory Commit-  Iher and family. Mr. 7pnd Mrfi, Earl und <_ep''  ������"felaJe.-Lnne.'nnd^puBh1��r.*-CorpUfwm..Bin  jJahXti   7   '   ���. with Mark, Curtis und Ellen from Van-  Miss   Eleanor,   Wall's    received   hor coyver were up visiting Mrs. Holm's sls-  ..PjBcholor   of,Education...(qlomontary)  at ./...tor, TVIVs,.^pry, Play and family, The new      ...........         UBC this week. Eleanor Is the duiightw/ baby  gii-1  at,  the  Flay homo  has been     ������--"-  _UpfMM  �����r  ��r*��  Sechelt Chain Saw Centre Ltd.  Phone %85-9626  .i*w w^iljjijf}^*.*.* -f.\i.^ fyw ijf, .^li,&.*��#-��.��4/i<, ?,* ^ti,,pjty_ ;fy&t '1i}#v$��i^iiffpj'j-?JI. &&*'^m>,#tf&m^b.M^.Him*-4tt_.!. *#i^|^^4#VM*iMt;*VH*)s'W#^%W.y  tenod to Glna,  asurer    I  S  mjjJUM^^  SUNSH!-NEC0AW CREDIT UNSON  P.O, Pox 375, Socholt, B.C.     ��     V/harf Street     -     Pliono Q85-9551  SERyiNG-THE RESIDENTsIobItHE SUNSHINE COAST.     '!,  _$S_9__t  '���ffjO/mij.   4 i^^4f ___8_r"- jfg -^*,*��|*^!**-w'||fa*^^  y-^T^i..,. (i.  DEPOSIT - CHEQUING ACCOUNT  i , 11       .,    i.  Earns interest at 5%'Per Annum  *     '    i * '    ,      '  Quarterly "Piianco',Of $100,00 "o'r Mora.  ..,�����.    ��� I ���-        -. .    >,,r,t^       ,  Sechqlt  '* '''"MrsfMai'y5 'l,r6i'��dp,^bh"fl''*;m'b1.h'oj\,',:Mrs^  A. II. GrlmmotUof ,.Wost, VahcoMver, is  having niv exalting trip to Eimgland. Trur  veiling with her ls hor cousin Mrs. .Miir-  loy Burloy" frdm '"oronto.  .",.*��� -Plrst. j/'.'tjii.p-.' '���t������Vyp',?,; -Ujidlcf's. ;,:!>yp):p;:-'"..t9::-�� trnvol'  - on * i the7yes'scl ^'Mcteor'v bu t s'd ub to. i��< fi iv .  on hoard before 'snlllnfi' from New York  tjieljc, passage was ehrmgod to tho "Bll��a��,  *--betlMlI'^^frhiSfIship>'h^d"torgoJelghti'm|lcs7",i^-'T.^  ���" off 'iCQurflq!.,onVpwiQun.t of lpp )ei'gs7ihon1"-'     ���m_Wmmmmm_m  , frnncjliig  $31)0,000' rt.nflo.ht, 'Thq   Cuniird  '"''"'"" " ''"" '"'"'  liner agreftd tp,puyi':thQi.ra��)fio'jn,l��ndl\yafi;,!i, , ilw,       ,  ,;1,             ilSiS'S' '^rii^jss: ���. mi_m_____m  T'k.  El|ls?abcith   doclcod   safoly  at,  Chor-  *^'* )iur^'/''PjC*aiji*po'',on' 0ui'iVjt'c*li-iy"; "}\Ji'K.'" Ori'mhSiitT"^"   and Mrrt, BucUey dlsombarkecl at Soulli-  nmptoii,  -tfse^Tfmes^dfiriefe^ Swqp, etc.  wmtm*mmiwwti  "Qoopor'H Groon" tho |and wo rivo tr,v  ���l����M��WMWUV����Mm��MMMVWW��MV������MMWW������n��*MMm��n����M'  rt,��r..,,,w^^Mw>a,,.��wwn,,��^B.w.w^��..'��M,^w*,,.w'i,ri.,.,,.,l..^r>,^^iw��ff.|^,iM.ftwN,i.^w^��a^^^M��i^y^*"^  Interest Calculated and Paid In^o Ypur Deposit Account  ���vhymrp"**  At End Of Eaqfa Quarto^  *.yy->rr��-*  f��H��*K#fl������***��lJ��*''l  m��m'iMim*im*MimmBim  CHEQUES. AS WHANY A8 YOU WISH  ' AT A tOW SEWffclB CWARGF^  DEPOSITS OR CASH WITHDRAWAIS  ���.*7*,7, ,   ,' NO CHAWGE     -  ,...!.  STATEMENTS WITH-PAID���CHEQUES���RETURI\IED  j;      ,iu _ ^'"TO^YOU MONTHrtY'^ ^ /^ / [(i ^  (BIXI'iqRT  A SPECIALTY  WITH US  M'fcJLl*  STONES  '���'., and,  fiNE gifts  '  It'ilefYw  ^>Wmll#*w*>��#��l��ttl!llrtl��^'*^^^ -��l*P*ii~f�� |.-**-t--Mw  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  ,��wtfM*   3I" "       "  '  ' (MWW-?|r��'��1*t  fmw#*i!9m*.  100% Watorproof  Watchoet - by HOLEK  , (If Cryital ond Crown Intact)  -SECHEWJEWEltfRS  Socholt, B.C.   -"-      "'- 885-2421  ^^���#H___ri��'^^^  ,V       I  *miiMH*mmmmai#mm.  #*lA**mm.*w>immmmm>*m  *w**r*v*m.t<,>t.fii.citriy.W"\ *n*r"t",iu�� w'| rw'ti^'V^il^^tiv*^. in  .���w*^!^^^^^^  w*mm*i>m>*<mm  m^'^%^mmt>-mm��mmi<^m����  m>k*mwilmmmmt*mf4m  \  i*WlW��plB!l��'WM����W^^  MJhfccvwf \ ��� 4 V,  \  \  v,      \  .    7  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 24, 1972  Bursaries and Loans  Society meets Thurs.  SUNSHINE Coast Scholarship/ Bursary  and Loan Society isHhol'ding its nex't  meeting in Sechelt Elementary "School's  Open Area on Thursday, May 25, at 8  p.m. to elect officers for the coming year  and to hear reports from the organizations? whose awards are co-ordinated  through  it. :������ :   Abound the Harbour  \7.  7  LION'S pancake breakfast was a real  success with about 200 persons being  served, May Day, Saturday, Mayx 20. The  food was delicious and fried to perfection   by   the  Lions.  Raffle tickets for the 14 ft. fiberglass  boat, with trailer and motor went on  sale and were . being bought enthusiastically by visitors and residents. Tickets  are ��� available from Lion members and  soon will be available in many of the  business outlets. Draw is i. be made  September  29,   1972.  Al the last meeting Mr. L. Grant,  vice, principal of Elphinstone Secondary  School, was elected treasurer pro-tern.  The annual membership fee is $2.00 per  individual  or organization.  The government is changing its policy  ' fpr   bursaries   and    loans   this   year   and  graduates   may   find   this   local  source  of  loan  money  of great  use.  Fibreglassing Time  Fibreglass - Mat  �����-����� .-. \yoven  R0ven  Resins and Acetone  .  To Pass Regulations���  All   Boats   Need   Paddles,   Oars,  Lifejackets,  Fire Extinguishers,  Etc.  ���We  carry k stock  of all items.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9626  Girlsx 14 to 18 years* who are interested in playing baseball, and any adult  who can afford the-time to coach a girls'  team are asked to get in touch with  Phyllis Knudson 883-2400.  RAFFLE  Retarded Children's Association Raffle  was held May 20. The games table went  to M. McCracken of Powell River; the  patio chair to Albert Ouellettc, Garden  Bay; the lamp to Len Carver, Vancouver; the* ceramic troll to S^hirley Wishlove, Sechelt.; the tray to D. Tait, Madeira Park; name plate lo Phyllis Brown,  Garden   Bay a?  SWIM CLASSES  Pender Harbour Swim Class Committee would like to express their thanks  to the Harbour people for their support  in bottle drives and donations of last  year and would like to ask for your continued support this year. A bottle drive  will be held at the end of May. Anyone  having bottles to be picked up, contact  Annabelle Antilla, Madeira Park, 883-  2633; and Eleanor Reid or Marie Reid,  Garden   Bay   883-2364   or  883-2476.  TRACK MEET.  Madeira Park School track meet will  be held June 9. Parents and guests are  welcome to attend. Races will be held  for pre-school children so bring them  along. Ribbons will be issued. The district wide track meet is scheduled for  May 26.  PTA meeting is scheduled for May 30,  8 p.m. at Madeira Park School. Election  of officers  will  be held  al  this  meeting.  -by  Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  donated bv Mrs. Marge Rankin was won  by  Mrs.  Myrtle Myers.  CHAMBER   REQUEST  The following ' letter was given to  me by Mr. D. H. Pye, secretary of the  Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce.  In March the Chamber requested qf B.C.*  Telephone Company the following information:  1) Specific increase in new installations   on   the   entire   Sechelt   Peninsula;  2) Specific   increase   in   new   installa-   lions  in the Penrifrr Harbour and Egmont  ..study   ii'   1970.   The   comparisons   are   as  " fallows.  1   i.ibsons/Port Mellon to Pender Harbor  V      ' . Nov: "70 Mar\72"-  Subscribers making" ho .calls 92<% -92%  Siil.K.'nb. making. 1 or 2 calls 6% , 6%  tJu'bscrib. -making  3  or  more  calls     ....:.:     2%      2%    ���  2. Pender Harbour to Gibsbns/P., Mellon  Subscribers,, making no calls 70%      69%\  Subsribers making 1 or 2 calls 21%    23%  Subscribers making 3 or more".  cans    9%  3. Secheli to Pender Harbour  Subscri__>er&��*jmaking  no calls  .3$.  Subs^rtb. making 1 oiv, 2 calls 12%  Subscribers making 3 or.more  calls . .: : 77 ��� 5%- .  ^iffmmm/mm  "8%  80%  12%  I  I  a!  I  DRY -ALDER WOODFORSMI  IDEAL  FOR  FIREPLACE  OR  STOVE  PROMPT DELIVERY  PHONE  886-7292  ��  ��_  I  i  i  ii  f/ff//ff//fff/f//ff^  *mmr_wmmmwK_\\ _t _i \\wmtmsmm_wmmmmmmmm_m_mmmmmm^mw___m____wmrmummtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmum^m^m^^  8%.  District;  ���3) Plans/if any, for upgrading the entire Peninsula, and the possibility of  eliminating the local toll charges as they  now exist.  "This is in reply to your letter received in this office "on March 28, 1972  requesting information about telephone  service on the Sechelt ^Peninsula.  The following shows the growth rate  on the Peninsula by our exchange areas  ^luring  1971:  ""*"' ' New    Total   Growth  Subscrib. As-at       Rate  (Install.)     Dec.31/71  Gibsons/Port  Mellon  88        1926        4%  Sechelt 85        1158        8%  Pender  Harbour      .    30 521        6%  TOTAL    . . ,   , .203        3605        6%  (Sechelt Peninsula  We have and will continue to provide  additional telephone- facilities to keep  pace with growth on the Sechelt Peninsula. We plan to spend over $200,000 on  new construction this year on central office, toll and outside plant equipment.  A new study has just been completed  to determine the calling pattern between  Pender Harbour and Gibsons/Port Mel-  lon/Sechelt and in the reverse direction.  Little change has occured since our last  4. Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Subsribers   making   no   calls   41%    43%  Subscrib. making 1 or 2 calls 29%    28%  Subscribers making 3 or more  calls    .77" .....>     30%    29%-  These results indicate that the community of interest between Pender Har-  v hour and the Gibsons-Sechelt-Port Mel-  Jon area is still not sufficient to. warrant  it he considerable expenditure required to  ���\k*onstruct the necessary telephone plant  .facilities .to extend the free calling.  We are continually watching the situation and, should calling between these  points increase, we will be pleased to  ru-examine this decision.  If   there , are    any*  specific    problem ,  areas that yojj^jjjembers wish-t,o-diseuss���  please  ask  them  to  contact  (collect)   either Harold Estabrook my district supervisor   in   Gibsons  at  886-2388  or  myself  ���at 980-3111.  B.  Bagley,  Customer  Service  Manager  Doe_ Your Club oil Group report its  "^~    '��� Activities Regularly to The Times?  G  R  LOGHAULI  CONTRACT  DIRECT ALL  ENQUIRIES TO:  DISPATCH AT 885-9030  Office Hours 8:30 a.m.  to 4:30 p.m.  I  !*&  i  i  mmmliiiijiii^^  aple Leaf Cheese Slices  V/%  Ib.  Twin Pack ...  Capri Vegetable Oil  Snowf lake Siiortenrng  ee Paper Towels  Silk Bathroom Tissue  Ivory Snow  escafe Instant Coffee  Grest Toothpaste -; Mn     $L09  *M9  Family Sixo  CORNISH GAME HENS  WIENERS  _ip. fan y.ps&m*mrMm&. h  20 ox. to 24 ox EACH  BURN'S SKINLESS       1 LB. PKG.  ASPARAGUS  (   y-Wfi-l t^v^ET*  OKANAGAN No. 1  Pi tMWf.pW*l��Wni^iH^>^^  INSTANT CHOCOLATE ���..���...3 lb.  Cadburys Choco  V , ' ' >  Malkins Pineapple Juice   31 s1.00  Mbbys Rork-&-Beans  Chicken Noodle Soup  STRAWBERRIES  BUNCH CARROTS  CALIFORNIA  12 0Z. BASKET  CANAOA No. }  3  2  LB.  R  fmmmmm  m^mmmimm^im^mmk^mmi^m  f.mm^mm)mmmmmifrvfm  ����.W����Ml'W'*^^  Buckwheat & Honey Bread  Brownies  1.1 'i)Vij*7>rllllllIS">MljlIIV1.  baked iN(THe:st6re; ���';;���..::.r 2.22.; 117777;  ����i*i(i*li��'  6F  i�� ^<umNMmiM^--^|!i!*#rf^ *{NW*l**����<#*'*-M  PRICteSvEFFEQTIVE^THURS$AVr MAY 25 TO SATURDAY;  MAY 27  Malkins Apple Juice  48 ox, Clear  ,,.:^v.,;,:.r~~,~���.~M:'^,^MA.  IT*!  Phono 886-2026,  ^* *t ��*���?***   *   tf��   11 ' * *"!��"->. t>i�� ' *< * .r  885-9812 Mont Dopt.  885��9823 : Bnltory  \  *M!��i��[lfcij*<!��W  pwm?cww��m'.i��^i*^w��w��^  rr Nj��l����WStMtMS��*lf**l*ti|ii  ii*to))piw)ii^wifl^^  m  _  4. : fi  I.  . ?,,.ln.',W.;.'|,. ���-.*    '.   '    .I.i    ,  I 1 ',        1 i  . 1 ���' I   '   ,'   ,1 \\>   HI  .'  ,1,   . .,.  '��   , ���    *.  , < 1  1*,    ii  �� �� ���  ��  1  1  1    , ���  1  4,   \  -  1 1   '.r

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