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 \  \.  lAf.^,-*"*'  v Saturday. Jiwe 17th ;\ .  Premier Bennett's visit  mainlY of sdcial nature  V...  \\  ENINSULA  VISIT to Sechelt thi^ Saturday. June  17th by Premier W. A. C.. Bennett  will riot be of a political nature. Mayor  Ben Lang told council last week that the  Premier.was merely responding to a personal invitation to visit the community  and meet .with.the people.  Mayor Lang announced that Air. Bennett will be accompanied by Hon. Isabel  Dawson and is expected to arrive about  1.2:30 pm. Only one official function has  been planned and that will be, a short  ceremony dedicating the Library Centennial improvements.  Remainder of the event will be held  at Hackett Park where refreshments will  be available. Entertainment will be provided by the Elphinstone High School  Band, ihe Junior Choir and two Scottish  pipers from Gibsons.  The gathering at the library will be  at 1:30 pm and should it rain then the  rest of the. visit will be spent in the  Legion Hall. Everyone is invited along  and Mayor Lang pointed out that* informality will be the keynote. '"  OPPORTUNITIES. v  Two local youths who applied for and  obtained a $4,000 grant under the Opportunities for Youth scheme appear to be  encountering problems. Mayor Lang told  council the pair have had difficulty in  getting free cedar logs for their project;  consequently they hoped council might  be able to give them advice as to where,  they might obtain the logs. "It would  seem that without the logs the project  will fold,", added the Mayor.  Mayor Lang said he did not feel it  is up to council to supply them with  logs, the father of one of the youths is  himself a logger and, further, they did  get a $4,000 grant for their project. He  continued "they applied in January for  this grant and have therefore had lots of  time to look for logs". He pointed out  that council did, however, back the project In .^principal.and^_ su^gested^ that^'M _._  any members of council has any suggestion as to where logs might be obtained"  the youths could 'be notified. Aid. Norm  Watson commented "with $4,000 I would  think they should be able to buy a few  logs".  .  BOAT   RAMP  Letter from the Chamber of Commerce  explained that cost of construction and  paying of a boat ramp at Porpoise Bay  would be $1,500, rather more than had  been anticipated. Chamber funds do not  extend that far but it has been agreed to  proceed with the ramp regardless. It was  suggested th'at council might care to give'  a grant toward this very" worthy project. \ <-  - Aid. Watson said he considers a ramp  just as-important as roads in a community  such as this. "It will prove of enoromus  benefit to very many people", he added.  He suggested council make a grant of  $500 to the Chamber for this purpose.  Clerk Ted Rayner pointed outx that at  this time the budget had little more than  ~$300 which could be put to this use. It  was therefore moved a donation of $30fJ  be Ngiven the Chamber toward co��t' of the  ramp.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jetors Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Greek,   ./  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrfc^.. Madeira Park, Gaj-den Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Registration No. 11 .2  2nd Class Mall        xA  Union "'<&��&>���   Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  'was  ��� 11  rrf *������ (in ���* *y ii ���     ~{  *?imu  WINNERS  Winners- in the raffle held by the  Roberts ' Creek Parents' Auxiliary June  2nd, were: 4,Mrs.   B.   MacLeod,   Gibsons;  SUB-DIVISION  ' Sechelt Lands Was given tentative  approval for an extension of the small  subdivision adjacent to Hackett Park. It  is understood the six lots of .the present  property have already been sold and  plans now call for a further development'  which would extend behind the park.  Two assault counts  result in jail term  FOLLOWING an altercation in the  grounds of St. Mary's Hospital in May,  Robert Joseph Sacco of Gibsons appeared  before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt June  9th to answer two charges., involving-  common assault. He entered "not guilty"  pleas  to  both  counts.  First, of common assault, laid by his  estranged wife Sharon, was proved and  resulted in a sentence of ten . days in  Oakalla. Second, assault causing bodily  harm to his mother-in-law, .brought a  sentence of thirty days in Oakalla. Both  sentences   to  run  concurrently.  Francis Joseph August, aged 19, appeared June 9th for sentence following  an earlier trial at which he had been  found guilty of assault causing bodily  harm. He was sentenced to three months  definite and twelve months indefinite in  ���Oakalla:-  - ���..-....,... _. ...,���.,..���.<.... ,,-.  Thomas Cox aged about fourty7 of  North Vancouver, entered a plea of guilty  to eight charges of false pretences. Cox  was charged following bouncing of a  number of cheques he had issued local  business people. He was sentenced to  fourteeh days in Oakalla.  "Charles Roy Fenn of the Pender Harbour area entered a guilty plea to a  charge of possessing a dangerous weapon.  He Was, charged following a call to police  advising that Fenn had threatened another person with a .351 rifle.  Fenn was later intercepted at Madeira  Park with a loaded rifle in his vehicle.  He was then arrested and charged; He  Was sentenced to one day in jail and put  ori probation for a period' of one ye_ar.  . Fenn also entered a guilty7plea to a��  7iurthef";charge of impaired" .driving; 'arid,  was fined $300 with a one month driving  suspension. ���  .-.  ���' V7> ... ���''.. " , .  Chamber tourist bureau  needs volunteer labour  VOLUNTEERS are sought to operate,on  a t rota basis the Sechelt and district  Volume 9, No  29 ��� WEDNESDAY/JUNE 14, 1972  Conference Delegates  Senator Guy vWilpams.from  Senator Guy Williams  guest at special meet  JOINT meeting   of  the  Squamish  Band  Council and^the Sechelt Band Council was held on June 7th, 1972, in the  administration offices of the Sechelt Indian Band. Also present were representatives of1 the' Chilliwack Area Indian  Council, Southern Vancouver Island Tribal Federation and the Union of B.C.  Indian-Chiefs. Special guest, Senator Guy  R. Williams attended from Ottawa..  Discussions' centered on financial obligations to improve health and Welfare,  community affairs, housing projects and  lahd development.  The next meeting will  be hosted  by--  the  Squamish Band council in  North Vancouver on\June 28th and 29th."  Present:. Senator Guy R. Williams;'  Mr. Wm. Mussell, executive director,  Union of B.C. Indian- Chiefs; Chief Ed  Kelly, Chilliwack Area Indian Council;  Chief A. Recalma, Southern Vancouver  Island Tribal Federation; Mrs. Theresa'  Miller, B.C. Association of Non-Status  ���Indians; Mrs. Ann House,'B.C. Association of Non-Status Indians; Chief Joe  Mathias, Squamish Band Council; Mr.  Sam Lev/is, Squamish Band Council; Mr.  Phillip Joe, Squamish Band Council; Mr.  Tom Finley, Squamish Band Council; Mr.  Frank Rivers, Squamish Band Council;  Chief Henry Paull, Sechelt Band Council;  Mr. Gilbert Joe, Sechelt Band Council;  Miss Barbara Joe, Sechelt Band Council,  administrator; Mr. David Pidgeon, Sechelt Band - Council, legal counsel; Mr.  Derwyn Owen, Sechelt Band Council,  'i Economic Development Consultant; Mr.  *f\ Wally Easton, district supervisor, Dept.  of Indian Affairs.  (centre front) paid a visit to Sechelt  last week, meeting with many Chiefs  and Indian Band Council representatives to discuss financial obligation's  to improve health and welfare, com-  of Non-Status Indians, Miss Barbara  Joe, Chief Ed Kelly, Chief A. Recalma, Chief Joe Mathias, Chief Henry Paull, Mr. Wm. Mussel, Mr. Sam  Lewis,   Mr.   Phillip  Joe,   Mr.   Tom  Wiiffiufi  School for handicapped  _.r^^yt;a^airs.,.,_.hwsing projects and Finley, Mr__J"rank Rivers, Mr. Gilb-  land "development. Pictured outside ert Joe, Mr .'Clarence Joe, Mr? 0avid  the administration offices with the Pidgeon, Mr. Derwyn Owen and Mr.  Senator are:  Mrs. Ann House and Wally Easton.  -���'���'������    " ���       '    - ������ ��� _ , ��� " i   ��� ���("_.-��� > i ' i  ���  At Gibsons ...  an  Old elementary school  Mrs7R6bertson Barnet and Mrs. J. (Pa-t)  Vdha'niber   of  Commerce  tourist  bureau.  It had been hoped to have a group of  students, providing this worth-while service under the federal Opportunities fpr  Perry, Gibsons.  FOUND;  .r      /_  Gibsons RCMP have had the following items turned into the police office:  Youth 'scheme. Unfortunately ",1.7 did not  fit  into the  type  of  project  for which  proJectOTMoreS .4,r,��,?tr,.,.,., ���,,���.,���   entitled  Path of Dust.  BiR.C.  "Jaguar" So; far two or three Elphinstone stu-'  GIBSONS    -Elementary    'J3chboir*':rApneic- -Maintenance  wjuoh is ihe'old school building, will RuUer.  be-c'lolied at tlie end* of' this school, yean  Softool trustees approved this recommendation presented by the Planning Committee at last week's school board meeting held in Sechelt.  [Planning committee chairman Ber-  nard.^Muliigan further recommended that  the; annex be closed for the whole of next  school year. "If we close it now then it  remains closed in September", said Mul-  ��� ligan  who  feels   that   no   more" money  should, be* spent1 ori thisI old building;   Presenting     Principal ���   Mr.     George  Superintendent   Mr.    Bob  RESIGNATIONS  Teacher resignations accepted by the  board include Mr. W. Dahl, Elphinstone;  Mrs. A. Dahl; Mrs. Lottie Campbell; Mr.  James Horvath; Miss Margaret Reid, Gib"  sons;-.Miss Colleen.; McKnigh^; and .Mr.  David Wihite,,*Roberts Creek.   ��� >    .*-.   *  Teacher appointments confirmed include, MisS J. Rogers and Mr. J. Lqwden.  Janitor resignations include that of  Mrs. Helen. Moffat [ of .Half moon Bay,, Mrs.  Dorothy gzabo has been appointed custodian at Gibsons Elementary School.  CO-OPERATION of the public and the  school board in helping Sechelt and  District Retarded Children's Association  operate classes for handicapped children  in the district/ was recognized by Mrs.  Eleanor Wolverton, at last week's school  board meeting.  Representing the Local Chapter of the  Retarded Children's Association, Mrs.  Wolverton said that not all Chapters are  so lucky in having such excellent cooper a\ion.*-Als��-attending the meeting for  informal discussion with the'iSchool Board  were Mrs. Gladys Legh who teaches at  the Sunshine School in Gibsons, Mrs.  Scoular and Mrs. Phyllis Knutson from  Pender Harbour.  Now in its second year of operation,  Sunshine School was built so that handicapped children in the district could attend school locally. Before its construction, retarded children either had to leave  home and attend school in Vancouver,  stay at home without any schooling at  all or the family had to move to a loca-*1   and the .district is not big enough and  children are quite different from children  with learning disorders and it is not  possible to put the two together right  now. Mrs. Douglas agreed but felt that  the two organizations could combine to  seek financial aid, not compete for gVants.  Regarding children with learning disorders in the school district, Mr. Doerk-  sen said that two or three teachers are  taking special, courses  this  summer.  Following Mrs. . Douglas' suggestion  ' that ���' Services to help handicappe'd children be co-ordinated through the Coast  G#ibaldi Health Unit, trustee Agnes  Labonte promised to investigate the pos- ���  sibility.  PROBLEM  Mrs. Legh ouLlined progress of students in the Sunshine School, whose  ages, range frpm,five to seventeen, years.  Biggest problem in this district is what  happens to students too old to attend the'  school.  There  are  no job  opportunities  bicycle, girls'; purple in color, chrome  i'ondors; .Owners may claim.by. identify-:  ing at RCMP office,  dents have indicated willingness to assist  Gooper.s..recqrnmendations,.,,Mr,���Mulligan ,. ,,���,,,,,,.���,���,��������,������,,,,  said''Mr/ Cooper would prefer to! see the    QUESTIONNAIRE  decision   reassessed   next  geptember   as        District Superintendent R. R.  Hanna  but (seycraL more 7 a^e, required; .Anyone s he, expressed doubts that ^  interested  aire  asked    to. contact  John    would   bo   completed  before   tho   new   ionnaires * sent  to  parents  of  secondary  Thomas at Coast Cable-Vision 385-2444,  Morgan  Thompson   at   885-9330   or   the  Times pff��ico 885-9654,    .'       ,,  ,  �����.*��-. Last *>yeai'����the,wChamber ����hacL,��some_  func.6 available for this purpose but this  wllJ, have MP Paul St. Pierre as "its guest * year all funds in hand are earmarked fpr    " ' �����.'_,--������  speaker. Tickets for this event may be7" the cohstrU'ctidn of a pavedvboat' ram  obtained from George Flay's Barbershop, '  at Porpoise Bay. The Chamber,.was about  Bank of Montreal, C & S Sales or Tho    $800 short for this project but following  request for donations, Council has made  a grant of $300, Rod & Gun Club $50, a  private citizen; $50 and two othars of a  sm'tUlcl. "amount, It is .also .hoped,'that,  plhcr organizations v/lll assist with  financial  donations  for  boating  people  DINNER MEETING       '  Sochelt and Distijict Chamber of Com  -merccJunedlnner-meeting'scheduled-for  June 28th at the Peninsula Pining Lounge  Times office.  school year commences, Mr. Cooper also  said that the school, curriculum hopes to  be* heavy On band and music next year  .and��th*%*.'annex.^could-.bo*uscd��for-*this4,��  purpose,  school students had been completed and  returned, Of interest und special use for  guidance were the comments received.  tion Where a school for retarded children  had been established'. This often created  great hardship for, the, families .concerned.  Operation qf the school depends heavily  on public donation and campaigns such  as.lhe recent,Flowers of Hope, solicitation. Public response has been wonderful  and it has been possible to accommodate  eight children in the Sunshine School  as well as provide a teacher ior three  . Questionnaires ��~will�� now *.be,.-aonUto^-cbi.Wro^atJ^^eita^J^^  WELCOME (51 FT i>V  Generous gift* of -$100* was given 7E1-  phliiHtono '.bandmaster Mel Cnmpboll, on  behalf of the,banc", by senior cltlzpn Mr.  lain .Stewart ;of;pibsons* ;whoj,aftor "hearing the1 outdoor' contort' Jupq *'2��id*7 feli  the student's efforts should'bo rewarded  And encouraged'' V , ,        ,   ,7,    t    ,1  "NTr, Mulligan said thut ho hoped alterations lo. the open area, would bo final  this time us enough money had been  spent, on.studies.  .iAn/immcdinto,costing is,to be made  of'.'plflhV which,'includo^altorallons, to tho  open'urea and building of a library to  Include a work area, reference, study  arca��,and ,audio,-nvlsual.urea.,���Once,.Vic-,,... lho��wutcr~und��this���.would,,bo., too^big. a  parents of elementary school students.  ������WATER-SUPPLY��� -<������������>���,. *���, ^.....-,,.,  Trustee, Bill Malcolm of Polder Harbour suggested that a pond be dug ulong-  ���sldo tho creek running post Ponder Hnr-'  hour Secondary School for an emergency  ���viator supply- Secretary,'JTlm Mclsslcr re-  fcwcl to, u ,sii\iilar7proposal,,Ji^ado, some  yours ago and said that -lho ponpV'would  Imvo to have a cement bottom to .Jiold  LEARNING DISABILITIES  Commenting on recent meetings in  the district and affiliation With tho As-  t.oolution for Children with Learning Disabilities, Secholt Teachers' Assn. president Mrs, Vlrginiu Douglus felt thoro aro  too muny people working independently  and they should bo encouraged to nm-  nlgumutc und wor't with CELDIC,which,  is u national organization, CELDIC Ih an  abbreviation of the.Commission on Emotional und  Learning  Disorders ln Chil- -  .from, all,walks,of..lifetwilL-benefit4rom  the badly needed facility.-'''"; .' '"'��� "    V'torta \ gives "approval' for "financing' the llRbllltj' "fo^'tli^^ ciroiv.  ,7 .'Work on the ramp is expected to com- ..project,   sub-contractors   will, bo   hired,   Mulligan said the only solution would bo . Elcmontury    .School    supervisor, Mr.  ,'mence pt any timo now. ,,.    ...  , 7 ,   2.   7wor"-;jn&.;undor supervision of Building   tho purohnno of a tflnkor by the Ponder Hurt Docrkson omphuslzcd thut the Hot-  .',..,.���,..).i.i;i,;,fu,_tt..'.,���u-���, " ������ i'  ','���*"���y_^J rjaii;ili'*il*l'il','iill'*ll'i .'��� ���lil>il,.ll...iHlll,,H.l.>r,l>��� >,l���iH,ll��Wilnri<.'.;    Harbour Fire Department and ho beljloy-, arded Children's Association ls a scpur-  ccl that Gibsons Fire Dept, bus "a flUriWufl7 utb"unit7 Children* who meetthe roqulro-  , tttukoi .,.������,���., ��� ., ...,..���, , ���,���.���( ���,w man tn,for admission to a alass for rq-Urdcd  ������.-(   '"'i '.i   txansier helclup  Minister seeks more detail  does"_ not have' sufficient numbers of  handicapped people to establish a workshop for handicapped young adults, The,  only place available is'the Ladner Furm  sponsored by the Variety Club of B.C.  und this has a long waiting list.  CO-OPERATION  Trustees wore very interested in reports given by Sechelt und District Retarded Children's Association roprcsonlu-  'tlves*andHhe-rnceting^endcd j*,wlth'H-Mrsr*"e'  Wolverton thanking the school board and  expressing- appreciation, for Its co-opera-   tion arid support.' .'"'���'  Branch J 40 Auxiliary  honours Chaxter^jnember  CHAHTEIt mombor at the Ladies. Aux-  iliury to Brunch 140, Royal Cunmllun  Legion, Mrs, Carrlo (Jack) Mayno lian  been uwurded u Life Membership la tho  L.A, , ���   ��� ,   ���        ..'�� -���������  Tho pi-osculation wuh inuclo on Tuch-  du'y of lust wcqIc by Mrrt, G, Rllohlo, current puHt-prosldont of the L,A,, and Mrs,  "Mi" Hanson7vloQ-prosldcht, 'They wcrp accompanied by Mrs, A, Batcholar. another  Life Member of tho Auxiliary,  Celebrating - tho happy occasion -In * the '  home of Mr. and Mrs, J auk Muyna, ton  and refreshment*. Wora onrlohQd with  mUny-remlnlHooncoH-ol'^tho-ourly-clayswolS"  l'onnliiH tho Urunolt and the Auxl'llury,  at which Mino,, MI'S, Mayno**was one of  the mont dedicated workers,  PIctui'oil tlurlnK UiHt St\luKlHy,8 rain   stors and adults   worked; aikdar  nor or iho Tlmo�� Blaffwho tnulgod  dGlu_io,*;,.aiuiwail ...cunaoryalimvlHl-H.. cloanlng ita|mn from.��Sakiimw .Creek., ���. ilip'/'cwiu^'ncp^ ,lralV,'7 J��luzed   by  f ' *'������'< ���"��" 1iJo\v,oi,,.W{fiulnndJ,,lnh.J4,,Tliclr��� valiant.cjCforttt will long bo   members   'of thu Oibsoiw,,. Wildlife  from I'ueol.andXow.oi',  and .WildJifo Clubs,,Including young-  syffl*i4M*lWiW^^  ^ciiicaibercd Uy M lodiit oiio inorfv   Club.  INSUFFICIENT detail In a proposed plan  for I'w.luro development of i\ 1)00 aero  property'at WohI Porpolsu .Buy Iuih led  to��{omporui',Y" hold-,up. of. transfer .of-, tho  Croyvn land Io.yU1"U��-of Seuholt,  ;  FollowlnR u dlucumdon botwoon Mayor  Bou Lung and LiukIh MInliUor liny Willi",  Htiin lui'l your, council was to|d It1 could  have the proporly for reoroaUonill pur-  ��� pohcm provldliiK a plan wun mUmjlltod  ' mU]iniiif)"ltH dovolopnient propbsnlH, Such  apian >v��n -ulUmuloly druwu up liy Aldcr-  inun Hrniol thM'don Avhloh wan milmiitted  \Vutmin hud iminihtViiled nil huiktif detail,  , letter fiiM,>vonh 1'roin tlie l.nnds lta��  piii'tinviil Indl'ndod, that tho property  could not bo turned ovur to the vIIIuhu  until a more uxp)li!lt])lun wan submitted.  ^-^���^^p^.^ >i*c!TTT**,cp\ilrj ct l-*tincl ^^to'^^OTO��a:^;��5'7Ct��r'in(tt  anticipated. Ho sidd t,hat while1 conform*  Idk with Mr, WllllHtoprt rccpicnt for nn  otHlino of development pluntt, It wuh con-  itlderod dlffluull to com^.up with a full  plan which ��� would, aftdr all, bo.a'lpnR  lorin project, further, ' "jUturo ' council  iMiuld not. Im CDiuiulUcd tii a rliild \\\o-  pouid. . ��� ,    ���  However, Mayor L'uug uild Uq Im  wrllto'n a personal loit'or lo lho MlnlMtor  oxplalnl'n�� tho sit��iatlon \nj\\\\, Al, tlmo  of mooting ho.hud not received, u.roply,  ��� 5EWE^W4SYSTEM r"* -_���-���-���-  , Aldormun, Wiilson, presently Invustl-  Itallnfi various newer syslnnn., vm\_ and  fci.uill.lUty, reported thut ho Is still uwnll-  j��K rcpll��H to letUirs ho Iiuh wrlllen for  information.   *  ��� It \yaH noted that I'nllowlnn diiicunnlwu  laitw'floii lhe' KiH'Imll Indian Coiinoll and  -Hm.liolt  VllliiRO Cnundl, n  incntlnr, bait  ,.hupn Jield" botwetm onnliieoin . irpi'onent-  imr "11 w "I nil I ii i r'l^i iii|hi fiit^rtt'dw iH^oiTm  rll, Ilolh, /.roupfi are liilern-hlt'd In pon-  ni1>llilio�� of vo-opnrntlon In rfdNbtlsliiiH-nt  of a ��03\vor HyHlon��'''aml'lVoVdliVonl'*'")i|lanl,  ��� , If appears, the engineers' nuppprt the  concept of a meutln.i between the Indian  I)onrdr,M��yoT*I��nEMBfl1d������  boon arranged at the Indian council'office,  June lUtlt, cnidnecrs will bo proncnt and  ll  w���� suRBCHted uH-,inuny  inomborM  of  council uspoHHlblo attend, ,,  A|d, Watson oxpr��'��Mi'<1 ifullsfui.tloh and  udtU;d thut this Is the urai of ucMuUatlou  lut him, been, wallIuk ffir; "Now *-maylio  we caiv _jul lhliii_ii inovluu", hu coin-  mcnieuY '    '   (  Ad-Briefs  point���  the way  lo action!  In Today's Classified;-  ��B<mwj>RBBWwwwiBBni\��*iwiwnm,n��w��u.����,BM>ni��t;'  uliakcii, if III ti\\r\'i only), Ornlii'llli.', you  hi, <��ppmx, 'iu r.vir.U brlrlw,"U��c-w\, (ap��  |)ri)N,' 11)0); 'i���,(.'.{7;i; hot wafer huulor, 7lill    '  W.. $*!(); 2-way  ml.rurt.,1 l.r'xau" fU uu,| 7  boat, and truUor. ->;i��"*,      L,i       ,     ,  ��� Tfmo�� Classlfloda roach ovor 2.500 home*  (10,000 roadol-s),'    ��   t  ���,Tlmos Closilflod* go INTO tho homo* ,*���,  not on lawns, stroou' or In culverts,        , *  ��� Tlmo:* Clawilflcujii aro low-cot*, hloh-pvlfnicy,.*^  , boIos tonic*.   ' i       ' ' ���'  ��� Phonof.llnq^'opcu Sunday; xlrisilfiod  4B5;9^SboM��.CB0($.2121 Gibloni.  ^x  X  rl^l��!^m^f^_tU^ltlM��*lteai49v��_*t.*t^lS^U  r*j��*)^-  i*WH*W��t��*^����tiWW  <m��Wf<r*r*t!ri9tmat&f*.  nf!Sw(i*'n  ���   *    J^eJ*-**- -I  ",��* * I* WWMWMMilluwtwlMM<tltlltill^^  iaBH��ttwww*B7  1  Eqgg A-2  The PENiN^jiJv^rV^e^  -'-4 mav^e-wrong.-i>ut I sluiti >w. bestr wron_ as to /...' /.  X SSk    EBB-       ^B*'     ns^,.,..    ^ -. -^- N  < .wn* �����//��/ i t'flifvt- To be rieht."  ���John Ai kins  I StfWart B. ALSGAto, Publisher Douglas G. Wunu k, fc��///or _  Crocodile Tears Flow   Oitt  \ ��� \  noW'gmti'lYihg itmust ho to the Van--- malcontent  .���..mrr" i/ilv polict- to l\e eomwu-ndei  hv Hie  H(7 Civil  LiUerlics   League  ^  DAVIS   BAY  SECHELT  lor  evt-ru-'iny reUiainJ when de 'din?, with  ;i ��������.���, m- ot h.ioi.__4Ti*. ...it'.iJe lhe "Pacific  Coliseum9 Without donh7 ihe same  orgamzuiion was also extremely sorry  to"' leain that ��� in attempting to \vaid  oil' lhe atkiel*. ol rocks, bottles and t'ite-  -l.onil.s, hurled l\v the vicious rabble,  some   thirty  or so  police   were  injured!  Unfortunately foY the hoodlums thirteen of their members were arrested and  what an atrocity that must appear to  the bleeding heart societies. This should  surely call lor decisive protest complete  with placards and efigy bufning. Even  worse, some of the innocents entering the  bleeding hearts and leftist  meiiia, for action against^ the police fol-  lowim*. the (iastown riots, there has  been "a noticeable lack of. demand for  auion aP'ainsl the hoolii_"an7 who severely injured the ppliee. Even .more strange  when il is considered that in the Gar.-  town fracas ihe police vnVfc���nwre'ly  protecting the public and doing the  job lor which ihey were trained. I'Q/ that  they were .condemned. At the Pacific  Coliseum the rabble were bent oo* destruction and bodily harm and succeeded  in both. *  Where then are the anguished squeals  of those who seek fair play and justice'.'  When are wc to hear and'read headlines  demanding a return 'to  law and order?  WHIM,    Ttwilll    VM    in*-    urin.kv....,    ���..._....-,      . ,_ 1.1 *,l.  buildinc- to,   supposedly,   view   a   rock     Decent society is becoming heartily: sick  group had bottles of .liquor and even  knives confiscated by the police. What  a dastardly thing to do? after all, this  is the elci^erH which offers so much to  our societySjust what could we accomplish without them with their knives,  Molotov cocktails, rocks; marijuana and  hist  about  every degredation  known to  man  What lunacy is being -methodically  inficted upon decent society and where  will il all end? When the police did  their jobs during the Gastown riots and  cracked a few hairy skulls, the crys of  outrage from the Needing hearts would  have put a stuck hog to shame. "Police  brutality" was the headline which was  good for a week or more in the leftist  oriented news media, while our appointed  guardians of law and order were held  up to public criticism as a consequence.  Now we have the situation whereby  the police are expected to protect the  public and its property but treat the  violent rowdies with kid gloves. If in  the process out law. officers sustain serious injuries then that is just too bad  but "let us pat them on the back and  commend them. for treating the curly-  haired rabble with courtesy and kindness, y  While theft-were large cries by the  ot the increasing crime rate, rampaging  mobs and calcufated break-down of law  and order.  We recently suggested it might be__  time to consider reUirn of flogging and  hanging. The editorial was repeated, later  in the Vancouver Sun. In the same issue  of that daily newspaper was a front page  headline regarding the slaying of a jail  guard during the escape of two prisoners.  Then came the Coliseum fiasco only to  be followed with the abduction of a  seven year old girl.  Law courts are ineffectual, police  have little or no encouragements under  present day attitudes, to properly carty  out their duties and any governmental  stiffening of legal action is little ��� more  than  a joke.  Change will eventually be brought  about when sufficierlt numbers of responsible people demand it. Meanwhile  things will get steadily worse, individuals  and families will suffer heartacHe and  niiscry and it will take many years for  our western civilization to regain lost  prestige  and  respect.  It should be clear to all just who is  sitting back gleefully awaiting the collapse of our democratic system and unless wc wake up soon and demand action���brother Red will not have too  long   to   wait.  The Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, June 14,1972  \     \        'n  ______ _,_.M^^^____._m_^__._w_._^_.^^^^^^^jt.M^^^m>w^L^'^M*_**/MM^m*jaM_.MMimM.mMta  IWIM GLA!  AT  ^ SELMA  PARK  ^ REDROOFFS  REGISTRATION FORMS AT:  Seehelt Elementary School  Family Mart \  Bank of Montreal or   from any Lions C|nb Member.  For information phone 88(3-9440 or 8^6-9679.  SPONSORED BY THE. SUNSHINE COAST LIONS GLUB  i ,  l '  mmm&ffm^^  READEHS' RIGHT  ���Letters to lhe Editor are the opinions of reaclrrs, mid not necessarily those df The Times.  A  nom-de-pliime may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writei.  Senior Citizens Society  and to the Sun-  Sordid affair  Why  Hide The Truth?  Editor. The Times,  Sir: We were surprised at tbe amount  of space devoted in the Vancouver Sun  to what most of vis at the time considered  to be a sordid affair,-namely the abdication of the late Edward VIJI.  i read recently that love is a chemical  reaction. It seems a pity that his chemistry could not have reacted towards  someone more suitable to be the queen.  After all, a queen with two ex-husbands running around spare is hardly  "Suitable to "the divinity which doth  hedge a king.", Also the Duchess of  Windsor being., hivited to Buckingham  Palace for the funeral was not "humbug  and. hypocrisy"-*il. was decent sympathy  to a lady who had just lost tier husband.  And here is. something else: As a result of the Sun, sob-sisters and rowdy  elements howling about, so-called police  brutality at the Gastown riots, 31 policemen were injured al the Rolling Stones  riots, without, being allowed to do much  in rel-urn. Are you satisfied now,,.Sun,  ���sob-sisters,' and rowdy elements?'  .JOHN   S;   BROWNING  RR 1,  Sechelt, B.C.  FORMER Liberal cabinet minister Paul.  Hellyer  who   reigned   as   a   Liberal  under the Trudeau government recently  warned of the undermining of our democratic system by large scale communist activities.  -Wliile only repeating something we  have continued to emphasize for some  years, Mr. Hellyer was undoubtedly  speaking with rather greater knowledge  in light of Ihe fact he has had access  lo official documentation.  Significantly, but nol strangely,  members of tlie Liberal I'arty have levelled charges of publicity seeking, barrel scraping and so forth, against their  former  colleague,  Regardless^ of whether one agrees  with Hellyer or not it was very clear he  .....could, noi  stomach  the  policies  of  the  Explanation  the "pseudo-liberals" in Canada are gain-    Editor, The Times;  shme toasj  Senior Citizens'  Association.  The advisory aspect of the farm is in  Ivvo parts', the first, being oh Saturdays  when the farm is open to the public  between 11 a.m. and' 4 p.m. For each  Saturday, there will be an advertised  demonstration of various gardening techniques in which people may be interested. However, any help that can .be  given oh any gardening subject will.'-be  available. The public is welcome to -just  come and look around if that is thJeir  interest. Secondly we are offering.a service where,' if one has a problem which  requires us to come to their residence,  then, with willingness, we shall-come and  advise as we are able.  Although  the  farm  is  open  only on  Saturdays, the produce will be for sale  daily, starting very soon with strawberries. We hope that you will come and  see us.  JEREMY YOUNG  Agricultural   Advisory   Farm  ��� RR 2, Gibsons, B.C..  Thank-You  Edftor, The Times,     ,,  Sir: Through the medium of your  newspaper, we would' like to say "Thahk-  You'7to all the people in Roberts Creek  for- their -generosity irt helping-the Cubs  present regiiiie.  I'hrllier, 'lie"''lias"'h''"alwii"ys"'"''kifit'l''���'ih""C"'iibn":'  ing control of very important positions  inVthe press, radio, and television and  are using these communication "media  to slant them definitely toward the left..  "Likewise, our higher educational  establishments arc being flooded with  "pseudo-liberal" doctrines that are, readily swallowed by professors and students  alike without  question.'"  From "American Opinion" wc read  "Until a few years ago most Americans  knew little about- Canada, The situation  has now been simplified..There is only  one thing anyone has time to know:  The events of l')70 proved that if enough  Canadians, with the help of enough  Americans, don't act soon , enough. U>  prevent il, Camilla in very short lime  will be a totalitarian dictatorship of I he-  Sir: There .have appeared in your  newspaper, advertisements for Agricultural Advisory Farm. Soon there will be  a press release concerning this, however,  we feel that an explanatory letter is-now  in order. :  Agricultural Advisory Farm is a. nonprofit organization situated in Roberts  Creek. It employs seven,, people to manage and to work several acres of berries  and   vegetables.  Tho idea is to grow a variety of vegetables in a variety of ways I'or demon-'  slrativt* reasons, and to grow good organic-  food, which will bo for sale. The mone^*  generated IVorh tlie sale of the produce  Will   be  donated   to  lhe  Sunshine ��� Coast  m~~~mm*~**~****~*n^nnnTr���r.nrtT\nnnfnfcnnnrHnnMnn_r  and Scouts raise $162.46 during the recent  Bottle Drive.  (Roberts  Greek  Group  Committee)  ���    i  M  ^"r^^^.V-t'-^V-'^ri^.l  8��  sm  mi  T'fSfKS'  '^���.<*.^;i7.*r-7*';-i*:'vlli:^  ��� ������'<'!. $r_*--&fytk\;  ?f&P'.ffi\tf*ty#'iW_].  <ns$$N.*n  im  proved  himself e��p.ihle  of standing  lo  he counted,    While there appears exlreme reluctance by lhe present government to admit, any huge scale communis! infiltration und activity,, it is inlereslim* to note  We do not doubt that, the publicn-  ��� lions quoted front, are somewhat' radical  in concept, However, each is obviously  opposed lo the communist infiltration  most of us arc aware of, I'urlhcr, there  is seldom  smoke without Tire nnd''cer-  TOTEM CLUB  ���,_���������,_,.���������^,������,.j.��.(,.,jsj^jYi^���*^t |f^T���*ptiI>IIt'Tit if>iVsT"'lvnt Ii"^   ^fli'in I y mTic 1 r���TiI*"~WKii't  h1T?T"IS-CX'iii CI it ii lYC11"**  Canadian and American  ������"From a building put out by the  Red I'.nsign Club of Ciutiula 'V;incoii-  \cr address), we rend, "ll is Ihal lime  of year again when lhe federal govern-  nienl Marls lo give out money lo nil  lhe kooks, revolutionaries und' siibvcr- '  sives. They' give our hard eurnod ''lax'os  lo people \ylio do nol believe in u  Un I ied,���Cii uiuliu, i ..l th)��� not, be I icyc,��� I n., I lie,,,,  principles1 llutl 'ir domomicy under n-���������'������  eonslliutioniil monarchy in lho bofrl form  of govcrnmenl, *���'���  ���'���':��� ''Already w?��� nro hcwiiijvnbmil nomo,-��  of lite projects underliiken, e,g, !il**1,(K)l)  to ii group In I'dmonion culled FUN  (���Free- University North)' which bus no  degreeti, credits, fees, or irksome rogulu-  i.tilth. Jusl it lot of freedom, openness  TnffrniKnmifrt  onio \y))p worship -Suliui,"  Ofgroiiiost concern." U'> lhe Red R'n-  slgn Is lhe fuel Unit Pierre Yullleros. n  nmn with a, history of communist nlTHIn-,  lldiii hits been nppolnled lo the lop-  level position of n government sponsored  project In Moni-Limrlur,. I",Q, ViilUcrcs  -ls-'vtndorstood-tv>��|i��vc��bccpTi����lon}|-,tiinc  I'tdnilrer ,of Jcan-l-uuls .Uiignon, jtnojher  long time communist nl'l'llliue who also  holds an Important position In thoTru-  ilciitt government, Doth* have- been long  lime nssocjMies of Trudemi,  Anolltcr publication, put oul by llio  Canadian loyalist Movement,,:stalofw "Jt  is* indeed truth,  "'" Which all lends to lhe question,  "Why would members of Ihe Liberal  Parly seek lo discredit Paul llellyer  simply because he has suggested thai  communism is far more widespread Uian  is generally'adinllleil ami Is it cause'for  alarm?" Could'it' be a case of "none so  blind as those who V'c'W-.-lo see?"  W-U!rlH��4lJKij!Wi , 'igftjlll-  y  y,  7t'|s3'-'s;!s  'hU  m M ...   ���    i' I  <k' �� 7 '������iT' 7LdJ_,  S'-WK'  '. i.  t',. K  < 'i.  ,*_')���������,  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  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I  fl  Save on those fanU.re~pi.ckod GIBSON  I  w^Mi  I  PARKER S HARDWARE LTD  i,  *  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  PHONX 88S:ai71|  it   t*�� ** .'  tr  1 v~>. * *���  mms?*  tt��?imimmm  m ��w t w^i^'t >wi�� .��i��m^i>^^ mni m m mnmmtvitv*  4>m>m>4**>.  i^\mipi>vm0mvv<)to<i*m'W't \  N .    '  lreseni-&mdeSpom  ns . .-  \  Wednesday, June 14,1$72 The Peninsula Times Page A-3  -4        \  LPl Guides and Brownies  \       \-       -��� ������        ;     , *     ��� , 7  accepts resignations  FIFTEEN members were present at coir*-  missioner Mrs. Harriet Newton's home,  .June 7th, for the Sechelt L.A. to Guides  and  Browh-ies'  meeting.  The Tawny Owl for the Wilson Creek  pack Mrs. Corrinne Martin resigned from  her position and was presented with a  Guide and Brownie spoon. Second Lieutenant Janet Webb also received a Guide  spoon on leaving the Sechelt,Guides.  Mrs. Harriet Newton gave the Veport  from the Guide Company. The girls Who  had received their fireman's badges, June  1st had a Brownie Fly up night. Mrs. C.  Blackwell of the bakery in the. Mall made  and beautifully decorated a guide cake  with guide insignias as part of the design.       ^ *,  .   ,  The big Guide Rally was held in Gib-  sons,- participating were Texada, Powell  River, Sechelt and Gibsons. A big undertaking but everything went as per schedule and the girls mixed and ' met with  other  guides making new. friends.  Fairy Godmother Mrs. Ruth Kolbus  of Pender Harbour told their Brownies  had been on two hikes and had had a  demonstration of weaving. Mrs. Bev Duv-  all had received a loom from Mrs. Van  Arsdell. Next fall their girls will have  an opportunity to learn.  Wilson Creek Fairy Godmother Mrs.  June Sheridan gave a report, on..... their  golden hand ceremony,* commissioner  Harriet? Newton and Guider Mrs. Don-  alda Sigouin were present to give out the  honors.  Music and pet badges were earned by  Caroline Newsham, Cooks, Louise Higgs  and Kim Bryson. -Kim also got her Housekeeping, Writers badge as did Wendy  Olsen.  Wilsori\ Creek Brownies did a fine  job. The five getting Golden Bar were,  Eileen Bandi, Julian Sheridan, Virginia  Derby ,Heather Cattanach, Sandy Clark.  There were six Golden Hand Brownies,  Gail Thomas, Doreen Pearson, Ava Bandi,  Kim Bryson, Caroline Newsham. Ann  Creightqn. v .  The Mothers won an award of sorts!   A *Hg" turnout .for ^Wilson Creek.  Seven  Mothers were there to see the girls accept the badges they had worked so well  for. Nineteen Brownies in the pack and  ���seven is a big turnout? Next fall is will  be   different!   Heard   the   Mothers   are  going to take- more' interest.,   Mrs. Lynn Jorgensen, Fairy Godmother for Sechelt, told us that Brown Owl  Mrs. Paula Gibbons is planning an overnight camp out for the Brownies soon.  Mrs. Lori Bryson, chairman for the  Sechelt Brownie tea, announced it was a  big success. We all wish to thank the  public for partaking of tea and purchasing the goods from the bazaar tables.  Next year the Brownie tea will revert  to its former procedure for the annual  tea, and elegante will be the theme.  ��� New executive of the Sechelt L.A. to  Brownies and Guides includes: Commissioner  Mrs.  Harriet .Newton,   Guider  X , 4  and  Vice  Chairman Mrs.  Donalda  Sigouin, Treasurer Mrs. -Lou. Goodwin, Secretary Mrsv Lori Bryson,  Badge  Secretary^  Mrs.   Da4nne   Benner,   Public . Relations  Mrs. Peggy Connor.  July 2&th is the date for the  Sechelt  Brownie book and  bake sale to be held  cm the sidewalks of SecheK-N Mrs. ^Paula  Gibbons will be the., convenor, and will  be gfad to receive any books, for the sale.  ' \ -^   -.  LATE   FLASH  Under the. leadership of Mi's. Donalda  Sigouin, leaders and L^rnembers escorted 54 Brownies to the Langley Game  Farm, they drew the worst day we have  had for some time, but it did not seem  to dampen the. spirits of the Brownies.  The girls. had a great time singing on  the  way t^iere and back.  At the game farm all those wishing to  went. I'or a ride on Xina the elephant, who*,  performed like she enjoyed haVing all  these folks going for a ride. The "girls  thrilled \to see the variety of animals,  some seen for the first time in living  flesh. ��� ,  Time left over for a trip to the museum ��nd fort at Fort Langley, .which .made  quite an impression on .the young girls.  Arriving home at the Sechelt bus depot  -at 6:30 pm tired but happy after a day  they will  long  remember.  Gfrlf^hfti^ttcltoii active fund raiser  Canada Geese mate for life.  SUNSHINE Coast <k>If "and CountryXClub  sponsored auction, held at the Roberts  Creek\ Hall last Saturday, Vune 10th  prdved an outstanding success. Viewing  of sale items commenced at 1 pm a large  number of keenly interested buyers were  on. hand until the auction started at 7:30  p.m. -  , An estimated crowd of 200 eager-,, buyers' and spectators ensured the success  of the fund raising project; and most stayed right through to shortly before midnight when all was over.  Fur auctioneer Norm Boyd, of Vancouver, donated his services to the cause  which was organized by Club 'member"  Doreen Mathews, aided by her ladies'  tea'm. Funds raised will go toward clubhouse improvements at discretion of the  House Committee.  ^Choice of ^saleable items vwas many  and varied, including such finds as antique* . sJUxeom]:e^__furiiishings, e-tp^- One*  package de^l comprised a set "of skis, ski  glasses and���crutches!  Sunshine Coast Business Director  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons/4, B.C.  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Port Mellon, B.C. ���  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINETMAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed  Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  f'    -Bojc 387, Sechelt, B.C.  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062  FUEL "  MACHINE SHOP  c  p.  ANADIAN     PROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable ana  economical Cooking, Heating end Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and  Dolphin - Sechelt,  B.C. ���  ������"iJ^TeleiphoS^886-2069"^'*' "~~ "  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic producta  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ava.   P.O.Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.   AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-997$  CHARTER  BOATS  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 am; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m,  Friday: youth Servlcc-T-^SO, p.m.  r PASTOR; GERRY FOSTER  Phono: 886-7107  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  .   STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  ' "SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201   ���  ��� HOURS:- ' ���;������������   Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs, 1Q a.m,-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m;-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons:1 !Mon*-TKurs710"'amJ"3'p,iri,'  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m,  BLASTING  TENDERS HARBOUR:    "  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���. J ;00 A.M.  ��� Pastor Roy*, Walter S. Ackroyd    *   i  Madeira Park ~ 883*2374  '*"*  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  ---^'FREE^ESTIf^TtS*-'--**"**  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  .Box^TT^^.^^^; -,- ^Madeira iPar^ B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  247 Catalina Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 88$��2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift* Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning ���  OIL STOVES, FURNACES. AND-HEAJERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798        Phone 885-2021        Sechelt, B.C.  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 alter 5 p.m.  E  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ���-Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive and  marine repairs and  parts; welding; gales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���'   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535 -  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizei  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  =���=FullyLicensed-Pesticide Sprdyin__Ffor;:!=::;^=;  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  ROOFING AMD  FLOORING  ��� \  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING. APPLIEQ  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES  BERNINA   *  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  FURNACES  CONTRACTORS  IW^i^BWl*^**  sumfiiNmom  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���- IOiOO a.m.  ���Church Sorvlco -��� 11 jl5 a.m.  Ivonina Sorvlco 7130 p.m.  PASTOft REVrS; CASSELLS   Payji Pay Road and Arbutu*  (2 block*_up from Highway)  Tho United Church of Canada  SWICES  St. Mn'i United Church - Day'* Pay  Sunday Sorvlco*" 9(30 A.m.  Robarta Crook United  Sunday Sorvlcos-.2;30 p.m.  **���-"GlbidrtiUnltod Church  Sunday Sorylcos -��. 1,1115 a.m.  Port Mollon Unltod  Sunday Sorvlcos,- 7|30 p,m  .'2nd and Mill Sundays)   .*--Mlnlitry'-Ml4'-*4-,.v.l,,,..i,  Nov, Jim VVMII.anifvon - Glfjwni. ?1886-2333.  Jim VYIIIIoni!pn  ...    II    1^1 II. '   ���   "*"4 "  J~  :,rwws  ,.,l, ���..  'winwwj'wv'MW*'''.'  I^jiiwwwil^^  TED'S BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  Ted Donley , 883*2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  ,    FREE. ESTIMATES  . * i *        i  Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emerson  If ,N�� Answar Loqyo Message at  "-'"��� *"*"r ' ' "'"885-9326 '' '"" '"' ' -���  R.R. 1, Sochelt, B.C.  BUILDERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL-TYPES OF BASflMEISTS'  EASY ERECTION AND;STRIPPING  CamplolQ Instructions ���'Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  -������ 886-9951 ��"���* ���  ���  For All Your Renovation,  Alio rations or Finishing Work  '    w|l._  Go> Zuldoma   ���  ^7l^7^PHONE:7885��Kl,35-";'mH,'"7,T--'T'  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  :""i ���"���"��� ' : ' irbT" ' '"^  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Pram Rock, etc  Box 89," Madeira--Potk  Phone 883-2274  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES.  No down payment - Btink interest  Ten years tooay  For free estimate���Coll 886>272B  Complete line of appliances  OPTOMETRIST  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  .^Fishing,Supplies -.Boats new and���  Used ... Large & Small  885-9832 SeehPH  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  In the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Stare  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen/Ffroprietor  Expert Hair Styling  .Cowrie,,. St.,-,    ,     i Phone  ' ���'���(-^Wi**W��M^1��-^-:f*l^iWft*^-5!S^"**,f*1*'kff'   I  tm wfciV**1'*''!1 ;.U(>a��Vg* iM��M.\.  film  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimato  Baptist JZIwKb_J_9rvtCQS  BETHEJ, BAPTIST CHliRCH  f'ti*. Mormald'ond Trajl; Socliolj. ;,v,  \Sgft6y'School.lbsOO a,rh,  .".'.Mornlna Worship 11:15 a.m.  fftw-*-*%m*.^'*^  CAtVARY BAPTIST CHURCH,  park pood, G'biom '     ,  ' '"��� Morning WoTsfifp '9:30'arf)/";  ���   Sunday School 10i4Sqim.    .  ������',' Evening Followshlp 7'|00 p.rti.',  ; ���y;  r-f.-*v'*' 006u-21ftD V7* VI17 'V ���  /''"XWarm'vVevc^  (i*^p*fiiir."'T|i'i '7:11""!^""!^'"''''"''"''"  L & H SWANSON LTD7  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sond and, Grave)," Backhoes  Ditching-Excavations , ���  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK   ,  885x9666, Bax 172, Sechelt, B.C.  '���'������  ���IHKH��������������������� ������������!����������� I  *"������������ ��� I."*���  PHONE 885.9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cioarino'-''Excavations - Road Ejujldlna  Grading ���*. Pill ���..Road Gravpl r Crushed Rock  - ^.~phono:-Socholt-805-9550 -   -  , Land Cloarlng �� Road Building  Jroo Topping,^ Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS h     '     "  Tolophano 883-2417  *������-"   R.R. 1# Madolra; Park, B.C.   :  (*i;<r��^*4^'-w�� I1wfe>(f.>  .���*l**WMtor��*W**-  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  t.ll.ltirtiflw'.'tUirS-li.i  ftj li*il. W..>. nJ,M:V,*JiS|tt,.t��J -n��a��(ii*Ui rj 1WS). fifW^li ni*��'i &4KH  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  ('"All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-2021  Box 798  7!  Socholt, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COASt DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  .*!   .      PORl'Ml'LLONioiOLI-'SCOVE     ,'  Toll 806-2930 or 80>.9973  TRfCON pEVELOpMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES,n pRK-FAp, HOMP  '    '*, Hlnh.Qwal'lt^ ��� . i ReowMioMo Prlco* l  . * ���  Duy'aPqckaiaa'ahd Jorbif It yoursolf, ,br7o��t  ,        ,; ,, our profo^lorial hal^,      ,,    ;  lGARDRH��,PAy#JB��CJkC,^0^^  READY-MIX CONCRETE ANP  BUILDING SUPPLIES  < Your Ono Stop Pulldlnd Storn  For All Your fiulldlnfl Noodi,"     '  GIBSONS BdlLpl^<a;S^PPME5 LTD.  1653.Sfidvlovy.r,Phono 886-^6M���  ih____i_K_Aitt\AVi'-"���"**-������ xHi��lifii..H.fl.a*ftmiW^'fl-���1���.".���^���rr.*W.J��iliaill.lhj.iiMJi1.ilih,��llJi)rillHim��MH���1.1|-i fal.Mi^MkiBt*..1-"-"1-^.-^��� ...-.-..i-*.4,...j-,..  Loll.Us l-or Your Dlnpouol Noodft, ���  Whon Rnnovnilna Or'Sprlnn Cloanlno.  ���      Contalnoia Aval(pblo_'._  fr''WIB��M��lll|l|||JIW<l��l*lffWWW^^ IIBUPJI'IIIHI ll|l I|  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.*  Tnft"rooT^^  -MWWMW~ra" Eloctrlc'HodtTLIrift Work'  Phono 886-7244  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  ,i ,,,,,, �� .  Contractlrig and Engineering '  1 Koaldantl'al - 'Commercial Wiring  Vliono Q86-7B16  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sochelt, BPC.  I"��� im���nm ...������ hi ���������������������niiinii.liiinni .mi   ..n. ii'ii. ������*��� i��iw.iwm  QIL fIRED V/ARM AIR HEATING  -"'���'���'    OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  ,      Nothing Down ���������> 10 Years To Pay  ..,.,.  ,, ,. B ^   Lloht.PlMmblnp ,  ,.,,.,...���, ,. ,,,..  Roy Blancho ��� 883-2401  ���17      * ���  PENINSULA ORNAMENTALS  IRON WORKS  '     ' WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  ,   , Phono 006-7029 - 006-7056 - 006-7220  FRANK E7 DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday ^  886-2248  PLUMBING ANP  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 '   Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefittlng - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES     .,,  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING 8,  HEATING  no.  Goyt, Certified Plumber; ��-t-:   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Saks and Sorvlco ��� 886-8533  Everything for tho Do-I.-Yoursolfar  ,    FREE ESTIMATES,  �� L6n Coatos 886.7685  Ray Coatca 886.9533 -/ 886-2606  ~T~. PENDER HARBOUR      ~"~  PLUMBING & HEATING        ' Gbv'lv Cort If lad Plumber       '  Phono 883-2720  Box,.-.63,,.��,���,,������,,��w.. 7- ��� ��� Modclra Park, B.C.  SURVEYORS  R^      WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  ���^Morine-^rUfng--" Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13/Gib$on��. B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE *'  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.nr. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVA0*  LTD;  Heavy Equipment Moving 4\ L��jg Towing'  L, HIGGS  7       Phone 885-9425 ���  TRANSFER  RENTALS  A. C, Rentals  Tools and* Equipment  Garden Bay, B.C.       Phono 883-2585  JANITOR SERVICE  ,���,���,���, ���^���-������.  Welcome to Tho Flporshlno Coast  HOWE SOUNP  ��A����w>*��)lAN l-TOR���SE RV4������--7  Sfw.lollM'a In Cleonlnp - rinpr Waxing  ' Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  ,n^UG^RXMFooiNGi  PHonov886-7131 r Gibsons, B.C,  JOHNSON'S  jUILDIhja,MAlNTBNANC��__   ^SpoclolUlnglni^,^^ ���_ ... _  Popor llanolnOf Intorlor o. Exterior docorotlno,  Rug donning, All types of Building    <  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  i.        Window Cleaning.   PHONR 883:971*1 AFTER 4 P.M.   ,  i Pom M% - S��ch��lt. B.C.  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  *     REACHES"4500,,HOMES' '"  ' "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Pnyli Pay  .   "Wa Ronto'r Soil Almo^ Evarythlng"  Typovvrltors s Llghtlho Plants - TflloYlslona  Roto Tillers - Cornont Mlxora - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools    PHONE 085-2048^24 HOUR SERVICE,,.  | ^MWfe&iwMHVM^^IMMtlfMe^  RETAIL STORES  6V S HARDWARR  SECHELT, P.O.  ^^IjiJ'n-i''  HOME* FURNISHINGS'  Phonq^885x2713  THE TOGGERY     ,  Ladles''ahrf Children's Wear  Opon bI�� dpyf 10 ,ww��K  ������PhonQ*885-^063-*-^----  Cowrie StroctrSochelt  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  '   Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. I Moyers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibson* 886-2172  VXLhW  Ganoral FrolflKt. Low-bod and hoayy haMlln��|  T.V. and RADIO  >��� - -���������������������������������w��������������� ��������� ���  ...i^���., ,  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  SECHELT, D.C. PHONE 005-9330  TELEVISION'��� APPUANCES     '���  AUTHOKIZEP    v     .  , ���     SALES ��� SERVICE  ''       PHILCO-PORp'^ MOTOROLA*"     '  ,    SPEED-QUEEN  SUNSHlNB*COASrT:vrSALES*-,,^w~w"  ..���,���,��� ���,, 6Y:SERYICE..,LTD.U;, .,.,���..���.   'ADMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOME  and   ZENITH    DEALERS  Gopdon Ollvoi*   -    Ed Nicholson  In The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  .Box 799, Secholt, .     ...   88^9816       TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  AgorOor Horme3 Typewriters  PHONE 886-2728  fminiwrwwwvurmwm'WMim*  UPHOLSTERY  wmmtm  -i-,'��-��,..  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  -AND*DRAPERIES-  (S^W��W*����#��(*��(l*  *��*M**#Ht��fW��l  **��**  ��-fc��-rt  Ponder Harbour - 883-2513 .  HARPOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical -  Plumbing - Appliances  TVa - Ft,|rnlturo and Carpets1  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Pei_iliisMla  t  Reupholst'erlno ^'Ro^IlniT'CoWplotrDrflf^*  Sorvlco. - Samploa shown In dio hom^   ,  Phon-t 886-205Q aftor 6 p.m,  , or B86-2B73   " '"  Oso tjieso, spaces to  reach nearly 10,000 "people  every week!  W^HW*W^B!��#!*-Il '��f^i^^tim^7^^nmduYT~hm^--'l41 1972 . ^jn-^^T^g^_-^.v_  ^af_ttJ^^^9irmAmt_^m^_^m^^m_'_t^_t^<^ ifl_fr_fti/t_rfaVfr~_^^~��_^TJ__>____ft*_i^  i.yg   /a*__.���_____ ���__  n e a wont; r  M^TE&^T&tHO  jTKMCow  T  \  Th$ Peninsula *J<Une&-  Sechelt - Phone 88$-9654  (fibsons- Phone"B86-2121  .��\  Classified.  'rWMWM*rMwnJinrwn*Mvirwwwr^BS��tiv*n*wwwMr^--��MWWwwvMVMw^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  COMING EVENTS  Theatre:   "Carry  '.    Wed.    14- Sat.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation*  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 291S  . Paid Circulation 2478  -As filed with' the Audit Bureau  ot Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  ^3-Line Ad-Briefs \\1 words)  One   Insertion '.���$1.00  TWILIGHT  on Henry'  17th. Adult'. Double'. Feature  Sun. 18-Tne. 1'iith* \Th:�� Night  Diggers" \and "Clay Pigeon".  Restricted Drug?, nudity,  coarse language.   ?h.   386-2327.  ,8149-29.  NDP Father's Day Banquet  and . dance, Saturday, June  17, Doors open 7 p in., dinner  7:'30 p.m. Roberts Creek Com-,  njunity Hall. Live music. Support your local NDP. campaign.   Admission. $3.    8159-29  Three Insertions  ...$2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This, rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers - 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card ot Thanks, In Mem-  oiiam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3 25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00 yr.  ARMY, Navy and Airlorce  veterans. (Anavets No.  -357), all members and associates are requested to attend  the unit open meeting at St.  Bart's ,Hall (Highway 101 and  North Rd., Gibsons), on Wed.,  ���lime I'I  at 1! p.m. sharp!!  .   90.-H '..9  DON'T    forget    Father's    Day  at   "Morgan's,   June   18.  JtinT-?')  Overseas   Special Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada   j   .$10.00   yr.  .$3.50  $4.00   15c  ANNOUNCEMENTS  AGRICULTURAL - Advisory  Farm open I'or demonstration ol' Spring Farming and  Gardening Procedures. 11 am  to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 17*7  Sunshine Coast Highway, Roberts Creek. Free advisory  service.   Phone   886-2592.  9086-29  -Single Copies ���.   Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. 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A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is- submitted to  customer is also charqeable al an  nouily rate lor the additional  work.  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   ,   ii   pleated   to   sponsor, thi��  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parent*.  TKRIIY ami Ju ll.iuth nro  plcnscd lo nnnoiinc'p the arrival of n son, Kiehiird Terrene.', (I lbs. 13 <>/.��., al SI.  ���Mnpy-H-Mos-pU nl, -Hoc-holti" Juno -  4, 11)72, n,bn>llu.r for Junnifor,  ()()f)l-:��il   --** ������������ ���   ��� ������  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Mullipl:-* Lislings_.._Servuv  Box  238,   Gibsons.   B.C.  "SECHELT:   E.   Porpoise   Bay:  Here  is a  hide-away '2  acre  farm with, a very attractive 3  bedroom  home just  ^ minute  walk  from  the  beach  &   good  '" 'born���rrcrrbor: "Only - one- rrri le  from Sechelt Village Good  out  buildings. $26,2f.O. ���  GIBSONS   WATERFRONT:  Bay area-2"lot7 on The water  with . bedim, -urnrner- borne  Fully furnished. / Please enquire.  GIBSONS   BAY   AREA:   One  acre    nf    nice    flat    i-leared  land  with a 3 'bedroom  home.  Try   your  offers.  HOPKINS LANDING^. Very  clean nicely finished two-,  bedrm. home on a good sized  . view lot. Easy walking distance^ to store and pebble  beach. This is a good buy at  $20,000.  GIBSONS RURAL: Double  sized lot. just off Pratt Rd.  Fully serviced, flat, all cleared and acceptable for mobile  homes.   Offers.  ROBERTS CREEK: 600 fl. of  road IVoniage, 2 '���.. acres of  level treed property. Ideal for  sub-division or recreational  home, close In "waterfront arid  Gulf Course. Only ' $13,r*.l)0  full, price. Terms.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Special  offer on "sTarter" or invest-'  ment property. % B.R. house  on a very large level lot (100  x 125 ft.) Fully serviced, sewer   line   laid.   Immediate   pos-  DAVISBay���view lot, 1  level'  block to half mile long  beach, cash. Price $5,700  Terms arranged if needed  Phone 885 2(100, ,. 9063-31  WATERFRONTApE .  i  For sale���over V2 acre, 150 ft-  waterfrontage, Gerrans Bay,  Pender Harbour. Apply: L.  Morrison. 90 South Skeena St.,  Vancouver 6. Phone 299 3788  Or 1606 Marine Drive, Gib  so-ns  oh weekends.        9062-29N  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like  160 acres  near  Secret Cove  Wt?ll elevated property, some  ocean views, trails and light  timber. Lane access from highway at only $67,500,** Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.     8733-tfn  5 ACRES on Ruby Lake. Furnished cabin, small boat and  motor.   F.P.   $13,500.- Ph.   885-  9513. '9038-30  PENDER Harbour waterfront  slot. Sheltered*-, deepk very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 after  5:30 p.m. Write Box 708,  Gibsons, B.C. 9050-tfn*  VIEW    lot    for    sale,    Selma  Park   Phone   885-9557.  9029-30  ���-DAVI-fr-BA-Y^���Large lot with  fine panoramic view of Georgia Strait. Cleared ready to  build. Serviced. Offers near  $6,800.  SECLUDED   cabin   for   single  Wanted. Call Ed, collect 876-  nii-O. -9068-29  MODERN '?. :i bedroom home  in Sechelt from July 1st for  long term rental approx. $100  monthly.' References. Phone  885-2826. 9005-29  2 OR 3 bedroom house or cottage.   Langdale     to   Roberts  Creek.   One     child,   2   adults.  SSti-7086. 91)60-29  HOUSE  wanted   by   July   1st,  Sechelt or Gibsons area. References available. Phone  SB5-  9454. v 9053-30  J�� WAHIULkMLL  \\  WORK WANTED  FULLY    experienced    carpenter,    28    years    experience.'  Will  build  or remodel  homes.  *v Phone    885-2024    or    Yarrow  823-4992. 9018-30  BRICK-Block  and  stonework.  Phone   Art's   Masonry   581-  1093   (Delta). 9059-31  PEERLESS- TREE  SERVICES  \  Topping - falling dangerJ.rees  -   limbing   for  View.  Prompt,   experienced,   inured  v work.  xPhone 885-2109     \  .      . 9032-tfn  CAPABLE     woman    requires  part-time    work.     Store    or  house.  Ph    885-2191.  r  9088-29  ARBGRITE or Formica counter tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. NWUi  bring colour samples to you.  Bill���883-2406.  *��� - 79,36-tfrr-  _^��� ,   ...���  --���  CfIRL 10, finished grade 11,  wishes full-time summer  job. Plans to be a*--secretary  and would prefer job related  to this type of work. Reliable  and "accurate with neat work  habits. Phone 886-2343. Ask  for Carol. 9100-30  RELIABLE * 15-year-old student would like }Dart or fulj-  tiSfce summer job. Will- babysit, do house-work,- etc Phone  M86-2-343-,   a*.k   for  -Ruth*.     7  ill 01-30  HELR WANTED  PAR^T-TIl^E, or full-time cook  wanted.    Write     Box     618,  Sechelt. 9094-29  ^.Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  ' Loggers seeking   7-1  \*   ..       employment   *  Transport a l irin daily from Port  Mellon to camp and return.  Interested parties call Vancouver \Radio Telephone lor  McNab Creek or write to Box  110, Port Mellon; B.C.'All  enquiries, attention Tony  Duralia. 9065-ti'n  -v-  PENDER HARB6UR and EGMONT  GARDEN  BAY WATERFRONT  BUSINESS  machine  repair  &  service.   Phone  886-2728.  7993-tfn  JOHN'S  Bulldozing   for   landscaping,  clearing  lots,  small  odd   job's.   Phone   885-9342.  9103-31  ession.   F.P.   $9,bu0.   Reasona-  ble   offers   considered.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Two  excellent, well located building lots on a residential si.  Both lots are level and cleared. All facilities available. FP  $12,000.   OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK: 2.60 acres  of attractive, level well  treed land with 200 f(. frontage on paved road. Community water,-Hydro ancl phone  available. Potential view property only a very short distance from, beach. Good re-  "sldential area, """Zoned" KIT.  F.P.   $14,000.   OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK: A 3 B.R.  log house on quiet side st.  Large lot cleared and in garden. Close_tQ_.___.ore and school.  F.P.   $15,000.   Try   offers.    .  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate  Board  PHONE   886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-/2S77  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  81(12-20  LARGE lot 80 x 208', Red-  roolTs Road. Potential view  on paveel road, power and  phone available, $3950, Phone  88r>-9��f>4.  8534-tfnf  ROBERTS CJKEEK: Until  June 30 we will take any  reasonable offer ��� near $5,000  for delightful acre. 100' frontage, serviced and minutes  from good beach. Excellent  terms are available ..Ago.. .-���_���..-  GIBSONS:       Very     desirable  parcel of land has 240' road  front.  A spot  for that mobile  " home   or   build   own   cottage.  $4,500  full  price.  YOU'LL be "snug as a bug  in a rug" in this modern 1  bedroom cottage. Comb, living/dining^ room. Convenient  kitchen overlooks rear garden. Utility and A-oil heat.  Nice   view.   $16,000.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Vhone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE. LISTING  SERVICE  8161-29  FOR RENT  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD-���*. '885-2241       ���  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  VARIETY STORE���SECHELT  Illness forces sale of this going, concern.  Stock  included.   Busy  moin street  location,. 2000 sq.   ft.   lease premises���$15Q.0Q per.  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this  1/700 sq. ft. 3  BR home was  built   in   1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   corpets,   granite  fireplace, circular staircase, sundeck,  paved driveway,  etc.,  etc..  . Priced at $39,000. *  GARDEN  BAY  290' Rocky Waterfront, deep moorage, priced at $16,000.00 cash.  ONE THIRD OF FISHER ISLAND  350' waterfront. Famous Lee Bay,  Pender Harbour.  Best salmon  fishing area. Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P. $16,500 with  V_ cash.  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_5Q0  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$.45,000  Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly 10 acres of teal nice land,  fruit trees,, grass, and natural trees. Older.hpuser^-coul.d^be.made.  livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  40a FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN  HARBOUR  1,400   sq.   ft.   unfinished   bldg._   60'xl2'   deluxe   mobile   home.  Landscaped, float and marine ways. Asking $53,000.    - LAGOON -ROAD    ���   4 very good building  lots.  Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots . . .  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 BR furnished home on large view lot. Close to marina, boat  launching  ana., famous  Lee  Bay  fishing  grounds.   $15,000  with-.  $7,500 down,  PRIVACY���GARDEN BAY LAKE  Comfortable 2 B.R. house, fully furnished on extra  large park-  like lot overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  at $27,500.  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On  approx.  %  acre  level  lot near Madeira  Park.  Has electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport,. Full price $21,000. .  FURNISHED HOME-^-IRVINES LANDING  , Very comfortable 3 B.R, view home on large lot, Good gardening  soil. Close to marina and boat launching,  $25,000 with terms.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  .   D.L, 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable limber,  has approx, 550 ft. of waterfront on Mlxal Lake, road & creek  through property and an old house which could be rebuilt. Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  RUBY LAKE  119 fl. waterfront wllh float and  furnished cottage. Complete  ���" with   running  water, 'bathroom  and   serviced   with* hydro.'1 Full ���������������  price $21 .OQO^wllh terms.  IRVINES LANDING  3 BR homo, largo view lot, close to marina and boat launching, '  ���-�� OvorTOoktrlg^ famous. ��.Lao.~Bay^.flshlng��.grounds,-.��$'13.000.4��rWlth.M.  $6,500' down.  APPROX,  152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property In 2 lots, but owlW says soil together for $23,500 wllh  $13,000 down.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 sldo by aide ylow. lots; of approx,, 1 % acres each. Only a few,  hundred It, from /y\arlna, Eaclv.prlcocl at $IO,QOQ-^Torms,  MADEIRA PARK  Very nlro 2 BR homn wllh lots of roa.71 Jri basompnt for oxlrn  lu'driiomn, Lovoly,.nardon.w11KJrwrt*l^"oo��.7i|��32,l0,0Q,7*  :      marina"sitF"~"    ���    Earl  Covo���marina,   motol  or  subdivision  silo  ad|olnlno   forry  terminal, Approx,* 51   acros  wllh > approx,., 850  fl,   -waiorfront,,  1,300 ll. on Hwy, 101. Pull prlco $75,000 wllh $30,000 down.  CARD OF THANKS  THANK you dear friends for  your kind donations of  flowers, letters and cards  whjle I was in the Lions Gate  Hospital. --- "Mrs. A. Davies,  Gibsons,   B.C. 9084-29  MY    SINCERE    and    grateful  thanks to Dr. Inglis, nurses  and staff of St. Mary's Hospital I'or their endeavors during  the illness of my late, husband  Reuben. Also to the many  friends   who   sent   cards   and  f 1 o ,w e r ST���A���speci a 1 trranks���to-  the   pall   bearers.���Murial  ancl  Kel-yin   Wilcox. 9095-29  PERSONAL  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  OBITUARY  WILCOX--O11 June (I, 1117'.',,  Rem boo Wilcox of Ruborb.  Crook,��� A..o fvl yom'H, 'Survivor.!  by IiIh wll'o Miirlol'uiicl nno hoiv  Kelvin ul Inline, IIih I'nlhi'i'  J., I*'. WiU'on ul' Wi'Hlbiink,  y\ U^'IVr.-"* I.rnl l.r-nr'rind "���-rjyrj"   7'ii',li*il-i ' 1*0 v!    7l    Wl IHiiiiHinii'  i.nin!iu*U.i,l   llio   HiM'vlee   In . lho  I Iiii \v,v  Kuiienil Hume un  l.\  ...  iIm,v.  .1,1111,0.,,I! ,1.1 ,li. |),iu, DoniK  V Ilium ni.iy lie mnile In lhe I" (\  Cuiii'i'i KiiiiiiiiuHun :?,iir>u iiuu  Ui.'i,   Viii.niiiM'i-,   l',C    II'MHI-Si!"  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek   Community'   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8()f)7-lfn  COAST CONTRACTING  Building - All types.  Itonl'ing -  Duaroicl  Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  Painling - Till., Ext, - lies, &  Com-mon-iu I  Ciinci'ole   -   busemenls   -  side-  wtilk.s - sea & roljiiiiinj. wulls.  '   Ffo(iri*eovei'int_  -   insulallun.  Phone 886-7320  '"       \ 'ttonn-Vrii   REAL ESTATE  wllhin Village of Sechelt  Elevated, future view proporty, undeveloped beautiful Infill Inn. West I'orpoise Buy,  '$11,000 ouch, cash, Phono JIBR*.  miM or wiilo Mux ail), Secholt  B,C, ti ,.;    .   .WjlO-tfil,  CIHIHONS One     bedroom  Inline,  boiuiliful  vlow  Iji 11,000  Timo3^i^niwn.'.iiHfl'irrrrr  <���  111:1:1-20  JTiTAniwH, st��tT^TfTrTiTrr^iiT7-  ���  M)[\\\    , VlllKKVl, ,    I' .  ,ll|lllUlUH  \vnll7 lo' hliih Hclinnl, "$10,1)00,  I'liniio  lltlll lllllll   cvcniniu..  iiriiiii-ifn  FOR SALE���'1.(1 ucres, purlial-   ly  eloured .Ittncl,  ucoQ.sslblo  by frail with two year-round  si reams, view, sniull one room  log cabin wllh loft. Roberts  Creek nreri, Best cash offer,  -PU.-88flpa71.7.---------��.-lf3070-29.  1   BEDROOM furnished suite,  available    immediately, $90  month. 880-2802.' 9072-29  5 ROOM furnished liou.se, Ph.   ���  .   483-9829. 4190-31.  DAVIS Bay - ull electric cottage.- Open from July 1 - 10*  and August  13 - Sept,  1, $00.  per week.  Phone 885-9740.   ��� ���������' 9070-29 *  HALL for rent, ���Wilson CreeK  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane" Anderson 88f>2385.  ���jei-Bra*  Pender Hnrbotir  Tol: 883-2794  SI'MI-WATERFRONt'''  This oxci.'lkmt loi Is only 100 paces from the beach,  Nicoly irood, Acco'is IronvblacMop, Water anrl'powor  ���-���available,-Arenl'good'bay al;1i7300,O0 F.P.���  ��� ,tviewil6ts "  Thoiio loi*-, havo a full vlow of Ponclor Harbour; both'  j...-.--.-.  lutvo wator, R.P, $6500,00 each,  *��Y"r**"'|i-|i','t'^-v|.-i��T^l|,iiii,i|l|,��|tiTfWTrr,,w,| '? wiiww^wrv^M'ii'W'iyiiii.M ������n.���.���,t..m,rr,~,,r,.[���r.,r,���v,^.p  r  i MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  4," nmr-SI/y r,,.,  LTD.  Box 799,.GIbsoris/.iB,C..���< Van. Direct; 685-3133  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  ::,:"    '   " '    STOP LOOKING!  You can't lop this terrific buy���one spectacular vlow  aero���School Road Gibsons,, wllh 2 bdrms homo,  pVosontly' roniod at $85,00/monlh, Full price only  $12,000 on forms. In view of the rising values In this  area*���|ust Imagine what this will bo worth 5. years  from now. Don't delay���Invest today.  . lnHlinrim inodorn hontfj. on 1.6 acros, Pleasant vlow.  T7T-  777..7:7.:7i:.        77WATfiRFR0NI.777   Acreage wllh older house, Quiet location; mac.nl(I-  cont vlow, A good buy at $34,000,00,  *MAR1MA:  Fully   modern;   excellent   location   with   good   ap.  proaches.. Ownttr will listen to offers with gaod down  payment,   ,  SELMA PARK  Brand now-4 bdrm, home, on large view lot, all services,w,w-.r carpet, full concrete,.,basement,..Jayely  wood cabinet Kitchen w. lazy, susan,etc, Living room  paneled In beautiful matching mahogany, sundeck.  Only $29,300, on easy terms, low down payment,  Come In and pick up a free brochure showing-how ���  rr^Hty^^b*tr^thirKtf^  SELMA PARK'  Doautlfvil high view lots on all services, payed road,  ��� easy accosn to beach, and breakwater, $4500,  ��T>*ff'r.*.**f*f***T**r^^  ���nHttriif  ��� ,.���* ��� GIBSONS  Vlow lot 50x150,' 6n all services, paved road, cable-  "Vr^Tc^riT w^ftfTTri v?c3TIf-CTno distance fo^hoo|if7^lfo"pT"etc7  $4500.  ,   ,1 NEED LISTINGS  Cqll -JohnwBreon at 883-2794 (24 hour.)  ROBERTS CREEK���WATERFRONT  -Al nr��c*t-��neH3fcf&��pf-parMi k^  -frontpaUo.woll��l^pMwob��droo<Y����hQmarwHh*8paclous����  living/oom, compact kitchen, utility room, dfnlng  room, and full bath. Ideal retirement property. F.P.  7    '    " $33,000.  ���_H'"i'��' mummfmrnmimi,'  Lorrie G)rard7'886-7244 or 886-7750 or  Shlrleo Janowsky; 886-^4Cor 88cV2353���  mo.   Heat   included.   Gross   Sales   approx.   $35,000.   Could   be-  increased.   F.P*   $16,000.  Terms. Call  direct  685-5544 or eves.  Collect 885-2053 or 885-2385, Jock or Stan Anderson. -  WATERFRONT. MARINE SITE���GARDEN  BAY  295'  of Waterfront,   1.6  acres,  water lease  .1   acre.  Floats ond  Marine  ways,   shops,   2   bdrm.   home with   bsmt.   sre. Southwest  exposure. Wind free. Protected moorage. Real value, $45,000.00  F.P. Terms at 7%. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 685-5544.  Eves.  Collect 885-2385 or 885-2053.  WATERFRONT���SECHELT VILLAGE  84' waterfront lot in Village of Sechelt,  4 Blks. to store. Sandy  beach. Marinq only steps away.  Nicely treed. F.P.  $12,500 wtih  terms. Call Stan Anderson days 685-5544, Eves, collect. 885-2385,  or Jack Anderson eves, collect 885-2053.  GROW YOUR OWN  3 Acre hobby farm 1 mile from Sechelt on poved road. Includes  vegetable, ducks, chickens, hogs, chinchillas and all necessary  tools as well as a modern 3 bedroom home, workshop, green  house and walk in freezer, and much more. Live here and eliminate  constant trips to the, suoermarket. For more information see Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  WATERFRONT���SELMA PARK  2 Bedroom" home on lease property situated on nicely treed all  fenced yard-���protected moorage for only $10,500 for more information coll Len or Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241  or 885-9683.  PORPOISE BAY���WATERFRONT  Lovely white sandy beach, protected moorage, all services, Priced  at only $11,500.00, Call Len'or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241  or 885-9683.  5 AC^ES���SECHELT VILLAGE  Buy Ihis 5 acre parcel for an investment, nicely treed���Potential  view, Only a short distance to good sandy beach, Great fishing  nrea,   Should  be seen  now.  Call   Len or  Suzanne  Van   Egmond  885-2241 or 885-9683.  VIEW LOTS  Wo have -���(he largest,selection of view- lots on, the -.coast w-.f rom .  $3,500.00'."Sechelt, West Sechelt,  Davis Bay   Porpoise Bay etc!  Call   Len   or   Suzanne   Von   Egmond   88.5-2241    or   885-9683.   SARGEANT BAY  '   78x295 treed recreation lot. Pqved roads, hydro and phono, Easy  to clear, good access from Redrooffs road. Close to beach,  F.P.  $3,950,   For Information  call  Stan  Anderson  at   885-2241   or  ������^^..evos.,au885-2385,.opJack.Andorson.at885r2053..-*-.w^.���  10 ACRES A|SD BARN  For $25,000. all services available, farm area, good grazing,  Barn Is In vory good shapo, For information call Slan Andorson at  885-2241   or oves  885-2385,  or Jack  Anderson  at  885-2053,  W^ST SECHELT  Serviced 'anrl "t'rpcicl   lo!  on nulei sfrool,  Good  ronlclonllal  aroa,-  Closo'to beach, Small''crook on proporty,  F,P,  $4,500,  For  Information coll Staq Andorson at 885-224I   or ovos 885-2385,  or Jack Andernon al 885-2053.  dAv"is"bay ' '  Central location closo' to boach, schools and park' 6[5x 150, 'Cloarod  vlow  lot,  Pavacl slrool  and norvlcos,  F,P,  $3,500 cash,  For In-  formation call, Stan Anderson, al 885-2241 or ovos 885-2385, or  Jock Andorson 'ot 885-2053,   '. DAVIS-BAY...   Vlow cornor lot 70x150, somo Irons, All nnrvlcocl. Now homos In  tho aroa, Wllhin Ihroo blocks ol beach, F,P,  $5,500, Suncoast  >*Estalos4��Lld.,F.oulnformQllon��calL,SlanMAnUorcon��al.��.Q85.224.1-.or.��  oves at 885-2385, or Jack Andor'son al 885-2053.    DAVIS BA,Y  Older Homo 'with'"'wtra'^Vl'ow 1otV'H'6ij��o'l'H Iri good"lliapo," fiill  basemnm.l--\lnyl'sldln0.*rshakr7on  walor and 2 blks,  from boach, P.P,  $22,500,. For Information^  call Stan Andorson at 885.221*1! dr ovos al 885.23'flfl. or Jack  Andorson at 885-2053,   SAI<INA^.iLA1KE   13,8 ocron, nicoly troecl' laricl with approx. 350' Ciioico Wnlor-  front, Asking $40,000,00,  *. _��� -������^^REDR00F(:rRaAD -  Uaro'e lot 80x500, Across .tha st root from accosn to,nico boach,  Nlcoly trood, Only $6,300,00, Call Suzanne or l.on Von l"gmond,  . Day.R 805-2241, (wos. 805-9683,  *���~-^,Vl EW"HOME-ONH,2,���ACRES,,  Woll built partially furnished  1460 sq   ft,  2 13,R, homo_  wllh  hasomontand' tli'ci" host of ovorylh'lng, '2 full bathrooms, flroplaco,""  hoi wator hoallna, double carport and patio. Rovonuo posslblll-. .  ties from,older buildings on properly,  $39,730  wllh  $15,000  7      down,  '  VIEW'LOTS���"GARDEN BAY '  Vory loroo park-llko Iota overlooking Ponclor Harbour. Prlcorl from,  ...^__^!.7_._.$5,00Q to $6.QQQ'.wllK flobd term*.-.������-.-  .���'.'  DAVIS BAY-���VIEW LOTS'."".  Largo lot* with beautiful vlow plltio ocoon and  IrnTI IsTdfvHIC"  Ready lo build on. Frqm $5,000,00, Call .Suzanne Or |,on Van ���  Egmond 085-2241 or Q05-96Q3,  <        00' WATERFRONT���WEST SECHELT , ,  2 Bedroom twrw�� on lorfl* lot a0��275, 'OywIooWno Troll Islands,  * Ea^ access to good beach;: Private, nicely trcedrAsklnn $2?,900'  terms, Coll Suzanne or Up Voh "tfrnond 805-2241 or 803.9683,  rBEPROpM*HOMP*WES*T'SrcHET;l  ^Ofl^iarflrTorrts^oorNico'toriatirWTchB  place,   Spotleisly  clean,   Workshop  and  carport,   To  view   call  Su��ann�� or Lon Von Egmond 005-2241 or 885.9603,  94' OP FLAT LEVEL BEACH  Lovely 3 bedroom homo, fireplace, wAy carpet, study overlooking,  the* oc��qn, I ft bath, doublo carport*. 10x24 worMhop that could  easily be mads Into a gueht cottago on, private, l<?no,f Boautltully  treed, Natural londscopo, Call Suianno or Un Von Egmond  805-2241 or 005-96837  WATERFRONT LOTS  75 ft  $16,500 >        90' ft,  133 fl ,. $19,000     '  00 ft,  275 ft $26,000  10,500  18,500  Madolfa 7Par  K-^-Gontly ploplng, nlcoly trood |o|, $6,!)Q0 cosji.  A D.R. VIEW HOME  ~NnarMgdoli"-rParkrp^  . Immodlato possession, $14,700,  '   '    MOBILE HOME SITES  Sovoral lots available,*        -���  . ��� ">  -HMIiinTBffior vTow ancJ"WTrTr^|otI1Tnri7"&  flWtS[-*-*H��, H*"��-J)��t. HWlJ.*Mi�� J *.itQt*fU19_  SOiiiiS'iiill  REALTY ITO.  1        ,' '  Madeira Park, B.C,  Phonq Pender, Harbour 863-2233 ���.''���.   \  )i  hn4*.ityimiun m- ^  it  i;' \  \  V  RtltKS  SECRETARY, - receplic&ist  _ wanted for general office  wror-k, Applicant must be capable, persnYiable, have ��� some  knowledge of accounting and  be able to work with minimum  supervision.' Sechelt resident  preferred. Phone 885-2444 before 5 p.m.  June  15.    9085-29  OFFICE receptionist. Must be  able to do dicta-typing. Reply to Box 4192 PR. News  stating- qualifications ancl, experience. 4192-31  LOST  f.LACTC leather wallet on 6:1:7  a.m. ferry between Saltery.  Bay and F.arle's Cove, June  .'5. Anxious to have valuable  contents returned. Mail to  7154 Hunting, on St., Powell  River,  B.C. ... 4515-29  BROWN  wallet,   lost   vicinity  Trail  Bay  Centre.  Contains  i.d.  cards, some $1   bills.  885-  2105. 9073-29  FOUND  SMALL trans, radio found at  Gordon  Park.  Ph.  485-5797.  4186-31  1 PAIR boy's glasses and case  found at corner of TVIanson  and Duncan. Name "Gordie"  on frame, black case. Ph. 483-  9385. . 4191-31  T.O INTERNATIONAL  a4   ton,  runs  well. Might  need little  work  in  month *or two,  $.100.  Phone  885-9641   evenings.  -9080-29  1965   CHEV   \.   ton   Fleetside  P.V.    Good    condition    with  caYiopy.'Phone   886-7147.  '9104-29  1963  RAMBLER   Classic  4  dr.  sedan,   good   condition.    Of*.  fers    Ph.   885-2198. 9011-29  1963   VAUXALLTpedan,   good  motor,   $200   or- near   offer.  Phone   883-2520. 9096-29  1970   NOVA   4   spd.   standard'  350   cu.    ins.    $2200.   Phone  collect    112-483-3063    after    6  p.m. ' 8767-29,  .1947   FORD   with   283   Chevy  engine. Good condition. Asking $1,000 or best ofl'e'*. Phone  885-9848. 90(34-31  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR sale - 27' Express Cruiser  Brandlmayr design, mahogany lapstrake. 275 HP Chrysler marine V-8 rebuilt 1970.  Galley, ice box, head, sounder,  etc. A fast attractive boat. Ph.  886-7268. .    9081-31  24 FOOT Sailboat "Talisman"  sleeps 4, inboard engine,  completely equipped, moored,  at Srhitty's Marina, Gibsons.  Phone   886-7153. 9077-31  BOATS'& ENGINES (Cont.)    MOTORCYCLES  22'   CABIN   cruiser,   1.20   h.p'.  inboard,  blue.  Ph.  483-3644.  } "4183-31  SMTTTY'S Boat.-Rentals. 15'  ��� Sangstercraft c/w -4-i-l "h.pr  elec. start.Johnson, $1,100. 15'  Sangstercraft,. $700. 10'" Fibre-  glass boat, $700. 15' plywood  boat, (needs work), $100. 10'  Fibreglass boat, $110. 8' plywood dinghy, $35. Motors: 1  '69 35 h.p. Merc, $425. 1 '71  25 h.p. Evinrude, $525. 1 '69  10 h.p. Merc, $2757 1 l66 10  Tf.p. 'Merc. $175. M '58 35 h.p.  Evinrude, $150. 1 3 h.p. Elto,  $85. Box 96, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7711. 8148-29  BUCCANEER MARINA  Secret Cove  Yearly   moorage   available  for  boats  up to  18  feet.  19  moorings  still   left.   Stern   mooring  only.  Peninsula Times, Wednesday. June 14, 1972     Page A*5  1967 MQ.RTON-Gf'rt city tested,  $850.  Phone 886-2122".  8150-29  '72 SUZUKI 90 cc   Exc   cond.  -    3,000 miles*.   As*king  $375  or  best  offer.   Ph.  485-5741.     _,  " ���  '    "^"       4187-31  PETS  GOOD home xonly ^ wanted' for  2 year old part Labrad.oV  male. Good watch dog and  loves children. Acreage preferred.   Phone.  885-9312.   9075-31  FOR SALE (Continued)  ROLL-AWAY -Sol, new condition, $25.  Phone 885<.27S9 af-  ier. 5   pm \     9069 '?%  _y_ , :_ _...*  LEGAL  NOTICES  I'lTY.  Alder    wood    for  .'salp.  Ideal  for. fireplace or stove,-.  prompt   delivery    Phone   886-  7292.' '   .   '       8141-30  WOODEN  condition,  ���-,:il)2.  play.  $10.  pen,     good  Phone   885-  9102-2.il'  LIVESTOCK  Phone 885-9563  9087-31  REGISTERED  *i   Arab  Gelding,   Green,   broke,   4,  yearn  old.   Phone   886-2051.     8762-29  PAI.AMINO    ponv,    10    years  old,    13.2   H.H.' Good "with  kids.    Ph.   885-9984.       9078-29  BARREL racing and roping  clinic to be held 2nd week  of July. For information call  886-9593. 8768-29  Member of the Multiple Listing  Service  LTD.  E  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  Might just as well  forget your old troubles;  there are more coming:  At least eliminate your Real Estate Troubles.  Consult Sechelt Agencies  Ltd.  9V_   h.p.   OUTBOARD     motor  for sale.  883-2336.      9071-29  19  ft   CLINKER boat  and  50  h.p.   Evinrude  o.b.   Also   117  skiff for sale. Phone 883-2220.  9067-29  AS    NEW    12'    ft.    fibreglass  boat.   Very   stable   and   excellent   hull   design,  $200.   Ph.  885-2122. ..��� 9030-30  14 FT. F.G. boat, good as new.  No   motor.   Phone   886-7351.  9082-29  22* COMB. Trolling - pleasure  boat. 60 HP Austin marine.  Just painted inside and out. B  Licence, fully, equipped, newly   wired,   auto,   pump,   .twin  FOR SALE  TRAYNOR   lead   amplifier,   4  10"  speakers, 6 months old.  $400 or offers. 883-2585.  9074-31  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat _ Hardware   Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  1.-I6& SUZUKI A-1U0 trail and  ������treet,   fair xrond.   $175.   Ph*.  haf.-12l330. 9083-29  �� H P. Brig(_���������: and Stratton: 2  wheel-barrbw wheels-tire*-*.-;  .'! wheels-tires, for 250 Ford; 2  Noil cinches; 7 bicycle*:; 1  til'l. spring ft matlress; 1  .Mason Risch piano; older  H-xid-.condition \powci* saws;  various other articles, tools,  chains', etc. Contact Arnold  Blomgren, Joe Road, Roberts  Creek.   Phone  886-2343.  9099-30  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  8,";5-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  LIVE bait tank, galvanised  pipe and wire. 6' x 5' x 4'  with cover $25. Va HP motor,  air hose and gun, $75. Car top  box 47 x 4' x 18" complete  with new bar carriers, $30.  2 now 39 inch mattresses, $35.  Phone   883-2561. 9092-29  ALDER WOOD,   cut  Phone  885-2304  if  phone   885-9326.  to   order.  no  reply  8637-tfn.  batteries,   stabilizers,   S   track    Phone 83679303,  Gibsons, iB.C.���probe.   Fridge   10  TISHINCT taclile" for sale.  Ph.  885-2463. 9090-29  ELECTRIC     stove     30     inch  automatic rotisserie & meat  V_   cu.   ft.   1  NOTICE -TO  CREDITORS  F.-.tate- of Edward Black oka-  Edwin ,1 'Black, deceased,  late or R.R. No. 1, Davis ttav.  Sechelt,  B.C.  Creditors and other having  claims against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified, to tlie  PUBLTC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 1,  BC, before the 12th day of  July, 1972, after which 'date  the assets ,of the said Estate  will be distributed, having regard only to claims-that have  been received.  CLINTON   W.   FOOTE,  ��� ���  PUBLIC   TRUSTER  R771-pub: Mav 31, June 7.  14,  21,    1972.   - '  BIDS   INVITED  Gibsons Public -Library  Building, on Winn Road,  across from Post Office as is,  where  is  (1) Building and rock gas  Heater  (2) Building  (3) Heater.  Torms: Cash, complete removal within one month from  date of opening of bids, site  to be left, clear and tidy.  Bids to be opened June 20,  1972.  Highest or any -bid not.  necessarily   accepted.  Board   of   Gibsons   Public  Library,  Box 109, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone   886-7496.  June 1,  1972. '   >P W W '0 ^  Nothing's come up to  Mercury yet.  Mercury makes the world's most dependable  outboards. Each year we make them better.  Improving here. Strengthening there. All for just  one reason. To give you the finest pleasure  machines that ever put prop to water. There's the  4-nf.^..f���.,,.^,  WATERFRONT HOME No. 2581  This 3 bedroom beauty so well renovated it looks new. Breathtaking view of Trail Islands, sunny southern exposure'., 60 ft.  beach. Electric range arid fridge included. A/Oil heating. Let  me help you into this, at only $29,500.00. CALL: PETER SMITH  885-9463 eves.  "SECHELT ~~ No. 2593  Excellent residential lot in Village, level, cleared, in area of good  homes. Terms available or good reduction for all cash. CALL: C.  R. GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  GIBSONS RURAL COTTAGE ON 8.3 ACRES No. 2521  Approximately 2 acres in garden or grass, cottage presently  rented. Community water, blacktop road. $20,000. CALL: JACK  WARN 886-2681.  LARGE VIEW PROPERTY OF 1.36 ACRES No. 2-458  Home with 3 bedrooms situated to take advantage of all privacy.  Well off highway, close to the sea. Full price $40,000.00 with  $20,000.00 down. CALL: BOB KENT 885-9461 eves or office  885-2235. .   RETIREMENT HOME . No. 2503  Nicely finished retirement home at modest cost on lease lot in  Selma Park. Has fireplace and oil furnace. Full cash price only  $8,500, CALL:   DON  HADDEN  885-95/)4  eves.  WATERFRONT HOME No. 2584  ' That flat beach you wanted���here it is, loi is small but sO so nico,  with 2 bedroom home with fireplace all modernized,, and even  12 foot boat included. Come���Look-���BE ENCHANTED, Full  price $25,500.00. CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves,  VIEW HOME���GIBSONS No, 2539  Complele  prtvdcy���Outstanding  view,  now  two  bedroom' home.  Spacious, high beamed, living room-kitchen, -largo sundeck. Finished room In'basement, Level oil street parking. F.P.  $22,000 00'   .  "'terms. CALL:' C.'R,' GATHERCOLE 886-7015,;     '  MADEIRA PARK���VIEW No. 2542  Right at tho famous.galeway.entrancq.Jo Ponclor Harbour In,the   Madeira Park area. Commercial typo lot for full price of only  $6,000,00. Torrms' $2,000,00, CALL: BOB KENT 885-9461  eves, or office 885-2235,    3 BEPROOM 8 YEAR OLD HOME No, 2360  ��-Belleve-thlsl-Dlnlngrllvlng,--kltch6n^3��bodrooms.*A/.Joil.fwr.nG,cp.^,_  Fireplace, delightful finishing. ALL ON ONE FLOOR. Loaso lot  '    near tp beach and boat basin, Full prlco Just $19,300,00, Good  terms,1 To view; call: PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves, -  .,.-..-..���  FAMILY HOME IN GIBSONS VILLAGE No, 2559 rf  i    Six rooms and bath, lust two years old. Two blocks to shopping '  |    centre ancl schools, CALL; JACK WARN ovos, 886-2681.  WELL TREED REDROOFFS VIEW LOT .1,1 ACRES No, 262566  Good slope to lake- advantage-, of oxlsllng viow. 100 lt,.lronta.ia  vori pavod road w|lh hydro availablo, Within 1 block"of easy  boat launching ancl good boach access, Full prlco only $1)500.  OALLi BOB KENT 885-9461 ovos or ol Ilea 885-2235.  REDRQOFF7v^-:SOUTMWOOr> ' '"   No, 2558'  Level  lot   wllh  partial  vlow  In  recreational  orna  on  Rodroolla  Roacl.Hassmall cabin sullqWo for Workshop orcamp Inn, Hydro,  phono and busline on blacktop rood,. Zonixl R2   mobile homos  ^r^ HAPPEN 885-9504,,.,  WATER VIEW HOME        ".' No,'2400  % yoars old,"!?, bedroom, Ihls younpnlor wants ynunn owner.  Inn  iiUlotocrall'ploclrlc"homo with'flroplaco, wowlsy Bolting* but only *  mlnulos ta. Village, Ranga, fi'ldgo and hoaxer Included, Retired  ���owners MOST mayo, offers to $22,000 connltlgred or-Ira.le for  iw8i1*j|fQl)|e��5iTial|or*homo.��ln��C3lbuonB(XAULuP.ET.EIOiy\lJ.i.u^  ovos.   _         BARGAINS' ���ARE'SCARCEjTERi'rONli^, ��� . ' No,*2437  GrQnlhoms/..Bounc|,A, bodrooiyi homo, high full bannmoni, all Uir-  noco^220 .wiring, ��<ncJeck (lovoly vlgw MPM}: *u* cVf$��  Willi only $4i'000;.00 down payment, CALL: CHARLIE R. GATHER-  COLE 8116.701 Q,    PRIME GOWER POINT VIEW LOTS                    ' ' "'No.' 2'4'63'"  ''Laroo Iota' woll 'treed, "closo to bench; bus pick-up for schools  k**$4f500'forcash." CALLrJACK' WARN 886-2681 cy��3," ���-  7D0MINI0N;LEA5E     '" ".",' ,    .        '   No, 16-2509  60 ft, walorfronl, 2 hodroom fully Insulated yonr round homo.'  In Icloalla'hldo-av/oy Rolling, Flat lovol grotipd, S}moll aardqn aroo  BMllablo for rotlromont, Homo Is compact custom planned and  vrirv wall built'to iUtlllzo swooping 'panoramic, vlow. -Full prlco.  $lX500,QQ, CALLI-POP KENT-TO PQ3-946I.        ^ ,  "'^SC^���r���~-N<>r-a*8o*-  iWacro vlow lot"WkWO' ovorloSing 'bconn ol Davis Boy.  Situated otend of qwlet Mroot,. nearly lovol. Nico variety of trous  '   bllroasfl^  885-9504,'ovo��7  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAU ESTATE  stereo, 2 hand gurdies, ideal  for retired person. Phone 883-  2561. 9093-29  12  FOOT  centre board  sloop,  dacron   sails,    stainless   rig-  "Jgirtgr*$300i''^r_l5ff erirPrt: ^886-~  2822. 8158-30  MOBILE HOMES  10'.\50'   MOBILE     home     for  sale.   At   Sundance    Trailer  Court.   885-9334.       "     907G-tfn  AYERS Mobile Home Park,  West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd., West Sechelt next to  school. Ph. 885-2375.      9054-30  24 x 60 - 1440 sq. ft. of gracious living. 2 bedroomls, 2  baths, large family room, large  closets and cupboards. Built  in ' China Cabinet. Furnish to  your own personal tastes. This  is the best basic unit on the  Peninsula. We have paid the  double ferry charges. Put this  fine home on your own foundation and be eligible for Home*  Owners Grant. Our lowest,  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-21 i53 after (i p.m. c/o Box  739, Peninsula Times, Gibsons,  B.C. 8164-tfn  COME AND GET IT  (I WEEK old small male puppy,  Ph,  4115-5400.        41.I5--.I0  COMBINATION "Emerson ste-  reo-radio, AM-FM. Also Sil-  vertone mantle radio, AM-FM.  And brass fire screen. 886-  2916. 9058-31  UNUSAL and one only books,  sale priced at News Books  & stationery, Sechelt. Wisdom  of the West, $7.50; World of  Bees, $2.69; Fine Furniture &  Amateur Cabinet Maker, $5;  Collecting Guns, $7.95;, Art of  Drying Plants and Flowers,  $2.75; Model Aircraft, $5.35;  Art of Hand Lettering; Natural Dyes and Home Dyeing;  Now in stock Chariot of the  Gods and Gods From Outer  Space. Fine selection of children's, hobby, reference, cook,  gardening. and Canadiana  books, in the Times Office oa  Cowrie- St. Phone 885-9654.  9026-28  2 BOYS bikes, $10 ea.; exerciser, $35; shakes, $18 sq.  (2 only). Drain tile, 20c ea.  (approx. 50);.small bricks, 10c  ea. (approx. 100); electric hot.  water heater, 750 w. $20; 2-  way mirrors, 14" x 20" $8.en.;  boat and trailer, $95. Phone  885-2404 after  4;30 ,'p.m.  9097-29  UNBELIEVABLE But True-  at Tho Times Bookstore,  Sechelt���Soo the new Olympic  Electric Adding Machine. Just  $99,50. Limited number avail*  ' able, Ph. 885-9054,  door, dial defrost, left hand  door. Deep freeze chest 23  cu. ft. Phone 885-9098 after  5  p.m. and  Sundays.    9089-29  3 BRITISH India rugs in pas-  ���~tel���green7���carved���-borders  and floraL borders. Excellent  condition, 10 x 14; 6 x 9;  3 x 5. All matching. Phone  885-9685. 9007-29  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact tbe Times office at Sechelt or  phone 885-9654.  8143-pub. June 7 and 14, 1972.  new Merc 1400. At 140 hp, it's the most powerful  production outboard you can buy. The 65-hp,  3-cyliijder Merc 650 is smaller and lighter than  competitive 65-hp models. The "fishing Mercs"  feature a new Phase-Maker Thunderbolt ignition  and "troll set." All Mercs  have a drainless crankcase.  Which Mere is right for  you? Your Mercury  dealer knows. Come  in; lef Kim prove it.  \  HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRtS  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  WATERFRONT���Here's the nicest lot on -Francis Peninsula. It's  absolutely level with no rocks, bluffs or-^building problems. See  our sign on lot 24 just over Canoe Pass bridge.  Excellent value  at $13,000.  LAKEFRONT ACREAGE���District Lot 3993���Has 1200' on Garden Bay Lake and 2000' on Mixal Lake. Owner will,cut in half  and sell separately at $1,000 per acre.  mencunv  VIEW ESTATE���1500 sq. ft. rancher as new. Has 2 bedrooms,  full high basement (roughed in). Hot water heat, double plumbing, fireplace, attached double carport, sliding glass doors to  covered sundeck overlooking Malaspina Strait & Islands.  Quality furnishings are included. Situated on 12 view acres  with creek and 1300' highway frontage; Thrown in are 2  cabins plus a workshop with large inventory tools, air-cooled  engines and other equipment. The price is just   $39,750 on  good terms!  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential"- Commercial'7"'Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  ���' " "������"���"���"        " '"���''Phbho"926-3256"" "*"'  -;���������--""  SPECIAL FOR ,KIDS���Hero's a mighty nice 2 bedroom post &  beam home wiih 2 additional bodrooms in bright basement, Lovely  view of Straits from living room, kilchen and ���sundeck. The oil  furnace Is almost new (so'is the house), and there's an acre of'  lovely woods for tho youngsters to explore, Better have a lookl  IT'S ONLY  $14,700.  OUTBOARDS     rmsr im marim pkopulsion  Complete range of power: 4.7y2,9.8, 20, 40, 50, 65,  Up, 115,140 hp,For nearest Mercyry Dealer, seethe  Yellow Pages under "Outboard Motors." Mercury  Marine Limited, P.O. Box 488, Mississauga,  (Toronto) Canada. ��  Smitty's Boat Rentals and Marina  On the Wharf at Gibsons  Phone 886-7711  Coho Marina  Marine Ways and Complete Marine Repair  Madeira Park  Phone 883-2248  CHARLES ENGLISH .LTD.  REAL ESTATE ANP INSURANCE  .    NOTARY, PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS .  Gibsons, B,C.     ''        ' ' '   '       ' 886-2-481  * "  ��� I**"������ ���������������-������I. ***��� ������!������������ ������������ ��� ������ ��� II... ���      | ���!��������� ��� ��� !������   RURAL; Modern 2 bedroom, lorge utility and roc,  room, W/W carpets. Largo lot, 'F.P. $22,900 with  $8000 down. ��  GOWER POINT. 10Q'x260' lots, nice trees, close tq  beach.$5,000 -$6000,        HOPKINS LANPING,,WATERpRONX,rL;andscqpccl  acre with natural pond 145' loyol boaah^^-3 bdrm,  homq.'Fireplace ancl w/w carpels, Utility room. Bring  your offers on $52,000 F.P.  ROBERTS CREEK: "Park" Road |o. (100'x400') partly  L dearcd._RcglonaUvvator._Zoned ���R2.���F,R $6,750.,  T"  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Secholt     \ ;, ,i     Phono. 885-2235  * Or, Call Toll Froo,'from tho Greater Vancouver Aroq  . :.......'... Zfcnllh 2012 ,   ' GIBSONS: 2 BR home, almost now, convenient' location, $16,000 F.P,  WATERFRONT���Lovoly spaceous 3 bdrm.' modem  homo, Fabulous vlow, secluded, Gibsons Bluff, F,P,  r^C;3O0r,3t?nd'T  .,.m.,���.���.,���lr n ,f|iii,|>r,.������H������,^,  "WATERFRONTr-SMifro  Drivo, Gibsons, ready for cloVoloprnont, F.P, $11,000,  Torms. ���    ''    GIBSONS VILLAGE���3 Bdrm, Homo featuring 'oxlrn  **nt*]''-| ***����-    ��"*' *tmtocni"S��ni'*vi*Wf*#  "lorms,  ��� '      -*��������� (E.&O.E.)  ������i��.��i.  Call In and pick up your free,Brochure of.Properties,  ^LISTlSs^AHTED  K, A,  Crosby  886-2098.-, J,  E, White  886-2935  ������ ������- *���-���*    J, Vlsser 885-2300 '  .       -,--���   '���'���'���������"   -��- 7  \  T^"  Page A-6  The Peninsula Time9 Wednesday, June 14, 1972  \\  X  \  *&  ^ ���*  jf  ,��  r~<r V J  &  * <?2<��> s  bV��0<^  ���*  4?  ^  itlMMMMMIIIIWIrllMIIIIIIIIIII^^  \  ^W  ^  %   4c  ��  :'.       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".:\v   rnpnr'nt'*i---h'i^>  for   Brownies   will  Wednesday, June 14,1972  x  the Peninsula Times Page A-fL  * ,  -v  -by  Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  i.  .rr-  .- rrrrrnnrrrnrrTnnrrrr^^rjyjra-y.jrfJ^Jj--fJIrmrl^1  RelyGnOs  TforExpeirt^  WATCH  REPAIR  Stones  &  F/ne Gifts  A Specialty  *      Wifh  Us  It's leap Year  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C.  RENDER    Harbour   Lion^.   'Ladies*   flight  was lielit Saturday, June 3 with "about  (.4   fender Harbour people  tu attendance  and  Hi out of town guests.  A delicious smorgasbord was organized and in great part prepared by Lloyd  Davis and wife Mamie. Many Lion's  wives Drought home cooked dishes to  the dinner. A large cake, cut ceremoniously to exact proportions by Wilbur  Dreger, Mvas donated by, Helen Robert-  sun. Frank Roosen proposed ax toast to,  tlie ladies, then taped music and records  kept everyone dancing to the wee ho\irs.  The evening was considered a-, financial '--ucces*^ with gross receipts of $700  and  a  net  profit  of -$?.0U.  Raffle of a 7 cup electric glass coffee  percolator,   donated   by   Banner's   Fumi- '  lure, went  to Mrs. Jo Benjafield of Garden  Ray'.  A vote of thanks goes to Benner's  Furniture for the donation. The Lions "  would like to express their appreciation  to Lloyd Davis and-his wife for all their  work, to Lloyd's store and Madeira Park  Store for the generous discounts on food,  to the lionesses for making the salads  and desserts, to Marge Campbell for taking charge of cooking the oysters and  to Sue Kammerle who was in charge -of  tho kitchen.  Pender Harbour Lions club under  their project of''Youth' Sports has contributed $300 to the Lions baseball Pony *  League; $100 was donated to the May  Day committee and the Swim Club has  been underwritten for up to $400 in financial  aid.  Watch for posters in store windows  where Lions raffle tickets can be bought  for the  14  foot  fibreglass boat complete  wftlr~25~lT7p.���motor   and���boat" trailer.  Tickets are $2.00; the draw will be made  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL ��� SEthfctT, B.C.  NOTICE TO ALL SOCIETY  RE: HOSPITAL  ?ouTBo^^rTrJji^ees^re in t(*ie^r*5cess'*of������'6btai'rtihg-opplicati��hS'-  for the position of Administrator which will become vacant June 23rd,  1972, and in this connection, they have appointed Mr. J. E. Bragg, pro tern  Administrator of St. Mary's Hospital, with Mrs. H. Gray, as his Executive  Assistant, to cover the" interim period with efficient Administration during  the time of advertising. , .........  Mr. Bragg will bring to St. Mary's Hospital a wealth of academic and  practical knowledge from his wide experience as Administrator of Lions  Gate 640 bed hospital.  Your Board of Trustees feel his knowledge and abMity can on|y^nhance  the reoutation of your hospital.  D. DOUGLAS,  President,  Board of Trustees.  June 9th,  1972.  Septerhbei-   'I1!.7 I'*".''-'    Ti.'kei*:   are   avail-.'��  able-new   Tinrn 'any   I.mii-.  member.  DRAMA SHGW( ~    "    "'"''"  . A local, drama group out of Gibsons,-  "The Driftwood Players", will be presenting "The Red Shoes'" at Madeira Park  Elementary school Wednesday, June 14  at 1 p.m. A nominal charge of 25 cents  will be made .to help defray costs of the  production. The production is for the entertainment   of   the   elementary   students.  SPECTACLE  Skookumchuk Rapid*-*, wa- the place  to be last weekend with rite ben tides of  the year available io *.������-_.it-rr-r-;. Most  impressive i.-1* the outgoing tide .nit either  outgoing or incoming are unite a sight.  To make sure you are there al tl.ie right  time, plan' lo arrive one or two hours  before the Point Atkinson reading of  high or low tide schedules.. Allow for  one ���..*\our and fifteen minutes walking  time if taking the trail from Egmont or  a particularly spectacular effect is seen  by taking the water taxi which costs  only $5 for any number of people. To  make reservations call Gene Berntzen  883-2234.  MP VISITS  Paul St. , Pierre, liberal M.P. from  Coast-Chilcotin riding will be al the-  legion hall June 2&, between 3 p.nv, and  fi p.m. -o meet all the members and people of his constituency and to answer  questions.  FISH  DERBY  Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary  Fishing Derby is scheduled for July 1st  and 2nd. Tickets are available from all  auxiliary members or '-at motels and  stores in the vicinity for $2. Weigrwin  "will take place at Irvine's Landing Saturday & a.m. to' 8 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m.  to 2 p.m. First prize is $100 for the larg-  est salmon and there will be nlher prizes  epteil now lor the >ta 11 tor any  to lo y._(_ F\>r (fonations of mat-  ���������iial-. or rotor intnrmation -on mernbe^-  ,tu|i- r,aii IVjrs Beverly D'ival at her  ..   i.ii-nc'e   .*;.7.-:\7'7.(   at   wot I;   _83-2ii41.  U1RL "GUIDES**  x There--has* been a plea for someone  "i s'art. up Girl Guides. Training sessions  -..te available in Sechelt. This is a very  rewarding type of work and an opportunity to meet many interesting people.  The older Brownies are anxious to con-  lii'in- .on with their training. If you can  li'-ip or know of anyone who might' be*  . 'c-te^ted please get m touch with Bev-  > ii.,   at  the above number.  The    final    Mother:-:    Group    meeting  ��� L\!.,.\vnie3) .will- be  a  Garden  Party  and  i ej Thursday,-June  If* at- '7.  p.rh.  at  the  brine   of   Mr--,. . Irrna   Tate,    i.n   Gunboat  can   bo  reached   at   883-  _ir 1-... -i-���B.  =-*-=  ��� '���...v.   Mrs.   Tate  :-7.;',_  and   draws.  BROWNIES  - Saturday, June 10, sixteen Brownies  from Pender Hanbour, Sechelt and Wilson Creek packs are chartering a Sechelt  -transport bus aiid leaving; for th'e-Lang  ley Game Farm. The bus will leave here  at 7 a.m. and the girls will he returning  on the 4:55 ferry. Among the adventures  they hope to have, the eirls are looking  forward to a ride on the elephant. The  . day will be financed by the Sechelt Girl  Guides Association wi<h contributions  from each''pack antl a lee of $1.50 to  each girl.  Last week the Brownies visited the  home of Lisa Van 'Arsdale where they  learned  the  art  of  hand  weaving   on   a  "hand loom "and How To make" dyes from  roots and  flowers.  A friend  visiting  the  .Van  Arsdales   later   made  a   hand   loom  and gave it to the brownie pack.  Brownies for their proje'ets next year,  have need of some materials which you  may have around your home; old wool  of   any    type,   knitting   needles,   crochet  SPORTS ��>AY 7  Sports Day was held at Madeira Park  School Thursday and Friday, June 8 and  9. More students than usual were placing  hu- ribbons.as a new methpd of organizing races was tried out,' ��� giving more  students better chances of winning. Primary and Intermediate grades were divided into nine squads each moving from  . sialion to station at which various events  were being run off. Even pre-schoolers,  wiih much persuasion from parents, put  en a good display of "its not whether  y.*u win or lose but how you play the.  ;:aine" and thev all went away with blue  ribbons.  A great display of strength was'  shown when lhe lour house teams were  piilled .against each other in the tu-g-of-  wars. Strongest contender was 'house  number 3. next, in second place was house  nhmlher 1. 3rd place was taken by house  number 2 and in fourth place was house  number 4.  Over all 1st place high, points during  the sports dav .went to house number 3  with  329  points,  second   placG  was  hold  by house number 4 with 206 points, house  number 1 took third place with 138  points and house number 2 was close behind  with  136  points:  -=9-  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  1t����M��l'  V��!__vVt��  ,���;_.���>�����.���;'�������_,.;  �������?  ���i _.����'���>'��� *�� ��V��m ��� ��� ;���_._;  **;  h  walin  ^  Redman &  ���WmiU"*'  65i  ������������V.vi  .���i��.v *.�����..���,;  'nnii/erfiaru  an  y    Anyone  Wishing To Rut Entries In  The  *   SEA CAVALCADE PARADE  -    \  I.e.  Floats,  Bikes, Costumes, etc.  Phone: John Wilson, 886-9304 or J. Rottluff e, 886-2968  SECHELT ROD  &  GUN  CLUB  ANNUAL SALMON BARBECUE  v '  at the  Wilson Creek Clubhouse - Dinner 6:00 p.m.  ALL DAY SALMON DERBY  Weigh-In 5 p.m.  Trap Shoot 3 p.m.  SUNDAY, JUNE 18th  Adults $2.50 - Children $1.00 - Children under 12 Free  ��_'*"'���  Tickets may be obtained at George Floy's Barber Shop or from any  club member.  -*-  Royal Bank Sechelt  WILL BE CLOSED  Saturday, Sunday, Monday,  July^1-2-3  Due to the Dominion  Day holiday  royaLbank  of CANADA  FOR MORE SPECIALS  SEE 2nd FRONT and PAGE B-5  $  .v  facleod 6  Ljrand KJpenmcp  3  _     *  _���  ifcs-jV A,j(4**.,!W.*����$M&.>.'rji*S��.i! fHi ��l��*t��l t%i. 'i'i,h&'fi.i'iji fc*(ijriwaln-s^FnjiiW!.* !*��.��;  11 ������'71  >_*,���,�����<  <���*  Si. i*j$t&ttfyi*A*ftii-Jijj{vi1''l'l'f*t: -^  &  }|ijH-��l-A^^ilrAWI'V"*ft^*wpiilf f V*W.  m  Wt  FREE PIECE  I r  Aiiiiivef Mt f: Coke  Every P��f   '���STARTS-9:.00-A*M;"*-   THURSDAY, JUNE 15th  FOR 3 DAYS -  ENDS SATURDAY, 5:30 P.M.  is  e.  ������af'announced'��mes%��v'ai7e.easy-^wo-bakad.$.l0,0Q,  and $5.00 bills plus Silver Dollars into th  -J1-^^ ���|^7,sajw-GCTf*e*foiwGn/Wron-^yOfti^/   .,���,���.!���..:������, ���,���,u accompanied t>y..,adu|fs.;..ffw,u ,ir,  cak  fi  Thursday Morning  Door Crasher  200 flashlight Batteries  < __M  ^Ceqch  limit 6 to customer  8 Track Tcipes  for Car, Boat or *_&   PQPQ  at ��� homo ,.���^v^v��.w^u<-oocn ____Pfl g**_f �����  m  Men's Pants  SiriposbyKm.Sliii 30-38   originally $12.00 value.  "���/^ifff*w''C loo Tm C3^_tt'^mTm^mmmmmm^  Special  . each &|0ftj|&|  Cassette Tapes  great entertainment, fits all  cassette players  only   .      ,, ......  3^7  Young Men's   ' Pants '   Polyester Doubles Knit .checks and  Free Balloons for the  W.  wmmmm��mi'U9^mt��mmitiimi ^.^^���ipwiwWWMW"^yw��Mw^W^  twpeds. Snre4> 28-38 on pMr racks at  3 Days Only .........��� _&__fifqC^O  I wf^tm^^m^o^ii^.  9  THURSDAY MORNING:    I   Specials are for tho 3     ,  FREE tUP 1 days (unless marked}  & SAUCER        I     or as long m stock  to the 1st 100 Iadles2 1 lasts  ��pr#a-i��>w����a��tiHB  i aWi��Si<W4^AUf#W��l*V*I^^  rk4fa^Uf��WI!HrWIM|IIN^H^4 11^.   I  .   *���**-|M* MM* �����  ^'  .^t  ^t^  \0  Insemb!  ^Zchalri", tabi^6')tmbreila plus Hor'at coyer tori afro.  "V  V  _i .'*.'   <M  tea  .��  <4  .-4  % i   T   ''  amp  TRAlk PAY CENTRE, SEC'h&f ,  SilSlllEIHE  VHMMMi *SBhHHm_I IHHHMP VwKHiWkXw w^^w^^ ^1^^ %m9W^^^ .p^wm-wi  bell7A    Uarietu cJLta.  f  -I"*1*  885-2335  V    '  *4i !*..>*���_. w*4+**��***#*m ���M'^4��SI ��'*ifmm*��+'fM)m9+p_  mm��*^mw**&'?i~.>  L  wfpmm4m^m^M<>#>*i>^^ m mm(4im[im*t^mmmwmmi  illit^��*WWWwtii!W)>iWmw \  JjSSiMJi  A v*��  \V -\  f   %_���  1  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and Handles, Wedges  and -Cans and    -  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  885-2812  Box 63*6 ..Sechelt, B.C.  *age-  -TW-Peninsula-Times--���--^W&daesJay, June 14,1912.  A  Sechelt group ... vv        \   *t. ��� ' ' V"* *��� 4 ,  Auxiliary to St. Mary's  last meet, before recess  SeumtlrNews  For Freezer Beef and  Freezer Packs ."  see  GLYNN TRACY  ' Garden  Bay Store  'Fine Meats for Fine  People"  LAST  meeting  of  the���,Scchelt.. Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital before the summer holidays was held last week, at St.  Hilda's  Church  Hall, June. 8th.     0  President Mrs. Faye Lewis introduced  five new members, Miss Lori. Bowman,  Miss Shirley Cook, Mrs. Betty Monk, Mrs.  Hazel Evans, Mrs. Ermin Robertson.  The last party held at extended care  in the Hospital June 2nd wds hosted by  the Sechelt Auxiliary, Mrs. Lewi:: thanked the members who helped Mrs. P. Connor and herself; Mrs," Ina Grate. Mrs.'  Ruthe Slade, Mrs. Doris Pringle, Mrs.  Kay  Purdy, Mrs.   Nellie  Whaites  Mrs. xEve Moscrip as luncheon chairman reported on the progress of same.  A British pub is the setting for the  luncheon which will be held June 22nd  Thursday at the Sechelt Legion pall,  starting   11   a.m.  to  2  p.m.  Workers will be needed starting at  8:30 a.m. when the convenors will be  ready to set up the tables. Decorators  v will then be able to go ahead. Members  are reminded to bring salad dressing type  jars and plastic cartons for the sale of  potato salad or the homemade vegetable  soup if. there is any leftover, and to  wear their Auxiliary rrame tags.  The'' lunch is cafeteria style, the top.  specialty is barron of beef, refreshments  available. The customers will be the  general public from all over. Pass the  word along as we shall be happy to  serve   everyone.  Membership" chairman Mrs. Billie  Steele  reported  we now  have 56  active  CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP  THE  SHELL  CANADA LTD.  DISTRIBUTORSHIP  is now under the management of  and  49  associate  members.  Mrs. Whitt_aker,..assistant volunteer  chairman gave the report on the gift  shop volunteers in the absence of the  chairman Miss Chris Ward. The Co-ordinating Council meeting report was read  by president "Mrs. Lewis.  It has been suggested young girls 15  to 19 be asked tc*^ join the Auxiliary  so they can work with the. Auxiliary  members as volunteers, the question of  dues is up to each Auxiliary. Sechelt  will charge 50c. A meeting will be held  . on briefing and orientation for these students in the near future.  Librarian for the Auxiliaries Mrs. Ada  Dawe told of the use "good paper back  books will be put to in the hospital, there  wirk be magazines by subscription to the  cart. Our Auxiliary will subscribe to*  "Better Homes and Gardens" and "B.C.  Outdoors".   A-card -was received from Mrs. Margaret Humm vacationing in Europe. The  card depicted a gambling casino in Monte  Carlo, she says she has gambled all the  tea money! We can expect a, richer,, tea  at the meetings next fall?  The smorgasbord to be held in No-,  vember will have an "International"  theme, the ladies who volunteered to  plan and do the decorating were, Mrs.  Alva Booth, Mrs. Lily Dunlop, Mrs. Ermin  Robertson.  See you all at the luncheon, of course  the volunteers work through the summer .months.  Hon. Ralph Loffmark  warns on Bear meat  HONOURABLE  Ralph  R.  Loffmark  has   issiipri a  warning tn hiintpr--. an--,  others  R. HARDING & SON LTD.  Ralph, Ethel and Ian Harding welcome all old and new customers.  We will continue to supply all Shell quality petroleum products as before  and continue to maintain the fine service of our predecessors, Margaret  dnd  Henry J.  Smith.  Give  Ethel a call  at  886-2133  who might come into possession of bear ���  meal that many bears in British Colum- *  bia are infected with Trichinosis and  stated that all bear - meat must be very  thoroughly cooked in order to avoid the  spread of this disease to persons eating  the~meat: ������     rr���-    ��� r������-  There have been a number of outbreaks of trichinosis in Canada among  persons eating undercooked bear, meat  in recent years. In this province small  outbreaks of trichinosis occurred in 1949,  1960 and 1968 from eating bear meat  and in 1971 an epidemic "of "trichinosis  occurred with seventeen persons affected  from having eaten smoked bear meat  from one common source,  The symptoms of this disease are,  nausea, loss of appetite, extreme fatigue,  diarrhoea, swelling of the face starting  around the eyes, and marked tenderness  and pain in the muscles. Although most  people recover completely, severe complications-and deaths are known to occur.  MRS. MARY Gray's cousin Ckm Johnson and vhis son Dennis are recent  visitors from South Africa at her home  in--West"-Sechelt. Dennis lias" been attending a university in the..-Slates -his...  lather ahd~he are seeing Canada and  Mrs. Mary Gray for the first time.  First weeknd in June Mra. Billie  Steele drove her Mother Mrs. Ada Dawe  and her Aunt ' where they visited -with  an tJncle and brother-in-law, Mr. Mac  Dawe.  Taking a side trip to Barkerville they  found snow along the road and the .daffodils just coming into bloom. Cedar  tombstones on the sidehills are still in  good shape, been there for y"Slfrsr The  yellow violets were blooming "'along"'the  patches .of snow. They came back by  way of Merritt having gone up the Canyon  route.  Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Leopold are back  in Sechelt again visiting with Carol's'  parents Captain, and Mrs. Gordon Jones,  along with their two girls Pami and  Allison Leopold. These six lucky people'  have just returned from a trip up North,  on board the Princess Patricia calling in  at Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau, Skag-  way,  Prince  Rupert, Alert Bay.  Glacier 'Bay was a true picture of trie   North country; Ice bergs in the bay,,  mountain goats posing on the mountain  crags, a few show flurries with the geese  honking overhead. They were unable to  get up Tracey Arm, which is 23 miles  long, as it was chock full of ice bergs.  The meals were fabulous, scenery absolutely  breath-taking.  The Leopolds had just arrived in time  for this trip after a quick visit to Europe.  They left on Monday for their home in*  Wialnu-t Creek, California.  A farewell party was held "at the  Wilson Creek Community Hall June 3  for the two constables of the RCMP,  Sechelt Detachment and their families  who   are   leaving   the���area-.   While  their���  ���by  Peggy  Connor  A dangerous .practise --hi- ad-ventures  on the water is the. 'use of air mattresses  as-, boats. Last .Sunday a near" tragedy"  was avoided when calls for help were  heard -on the beach. Four air mattress  carrying kids and ' a dog were floating  way off the Sechelt coast, the ^dcrgs claws  put-a hole in one of these unsafe floaters,  and where do you hang onto a mattress,  when the air has gone pouf? Fortunately  people on the shore were able to get to  the children before they panicked and allx  were rescued safe and sound. Let us  hope this will serve as aN good warning  to others;- if you must float on air ride -.  on a Hovercraft.  For Mothers and Mothers-to-be", "The  Cuddly", the best ba"by carrier ever made,  is now available through .JVEiss Bee's  Card & Gift Shop, Wharf Jtoad, Sechelt.  j*.. 4.  Li  C7 L  \_.ono /. MAR1NA  MARINEWAYS  BOATS tO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and Service  'MERC  CRUISER'  Sales and^ Service  2 Mechanics  On Duty  ...-.,. Monday to Saturday  Madeira  Park, B.C.  883-2248  friends hate tp see them leave it is a  promotional move for both will be advanced   to   Corporals.  Constable George Humphrey his wife  Barbara and two children Kathy and  Ross have been here for^about six years,  "arid will call Cassiar  "home" now.  Constable Ron Mangan and his wife  Linnette are leaving after two years  here, to the Universary Detachment in  the Vancouver area.  There were about 60 friends wishing  the two couples good luck and presenting them with gifts, among them the  Mountie crested Mugs. Dancing to music-  by local musicians, buffet was served at  midnight. Mrs. Barbara Hocking,and Mrs.  Lynn Simpson were two of the wifes of  other force members who had a hand in  preparing the going away party.  The Constables and their families are  to be  commended  for  their  fine  contribution to the community life.  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 SDace is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; al,so that this is a "reminder" listings only ahd  ,   , . .,        - .,.,      , .,,. cgnpot qJ,wp_/scarry���fu[lNd^ta(|sr       ..  June 14���1:30.p.m. Madeira Park Legion Hall. Hosp. Auxiliary Meet.  June 14���7:30 p:m. Airport.  Elphinstone Aero Club. General Meeting.  June  14���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  June    15���1:30   p.m.    Legion    Hall    Sechelt.    Senior   Citizens    Assn.  Branch  69  General  Meeting.  June  15���3 p.m.  Pender Harbour Community Hall.   Bingo"  June  16���8 p.m.  Gibsons  Elementary School  Gym.  The  Red  Shoes,  a  children's  play  by   Driftwood   Players.  June   16���8 p.m.  Sechelt Indian  Hall.  Bingo.  June   17���From   1:30  p.m.   Strawberry  Festival,   Sechelt.   Premier   W.  A." C. Bennett will attend and open Centennial Project.  June 18-^-Sechelt Rod & Gun Club Fishing Derby & Seafood Supper at  Clubhouse,  June   19���2  p.m.   Health  Centre���Gibsons,   Pranch   38   Q.A.P.O.   Reg.  Meeting. (  June 21���8 p.m. 'ANAVETS No, 357.  Active and  Associate  members  meeting.  Bring a friend.  June 22���-11  a.m.-2 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Sechelt Hosp. 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Tumblers  Acli'.t.'h   cxpK-.-sjMi;  llii'ir Ui uika  lo    ( icck ��. ubs tr\ mil their l_il(^l f(|inp- Scout pro.erl earned oul  iin.lur tho    I  lho eDiniiiunilx  ell-nTv-liuh proeur     ment v.Inch .jo nicely with 111" newly miiktamdii oi  Seoutinaf-leix <"im>v__o  eil lour j,ood tuinhlinj; mats, Wilson    derorate.l  Seoul   Hall   which   v;is  a llumphi i<\   and. Uiian  llockuu.  New  Activity  \> v.   luinhlinu   mats     ui\o   hits*,   ol  i  scope for athletic activities and  Scouts, Rick Pearson, Dan Olsen and  Tim Olsen help the young Cubs with  hand-stands. * Scout Tim _ Olsen on  right has taken two training courses  this year and will assist Scoutmaster  Brian Hocking with the 14 Scout Company. Wilson Creek Scouts are-* also  looking for an adult leader to reptace-  Scoutmaster George Humphrey.  Japan  bought  over  a  billion  feet  pf  timber  from   British   Columbia  between  1926 and 1930 to rebuild after-the great  f ires-and^earthquakes... of -1923,. in. -Tokyo -  and Yokohama.  THEY say Municipalities should carry the load .  WE Will Remove School  Taxes from Homeowners.  SUPPORT DON LOCKSIEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  For .information call  886-7118 or 486-7493  Use 'Times Adbriets to s^jr^^ ��|^$^  Energy  Wilson Creek   Cubmas'ters Ed    Le  Warne and  Doug  Sanderson  won't:*  have:.'any- problems finding , energy  absorbing activities    for   the  Cubs     ~"7."  thanks to the generosity of Sechelt    Section B  Tliions Club,,,Wilson Creek Community,,  - .77777'rtnin.i^.rt"   -b*^rf.��oTU-*V^��-^te^-TTrtii-"-Y^^_ '  The Peninsula^7^^  Wednesday, June 14, 19/72  Pages 1-B  FRIDAY. JUNE 16th  OPEN UNTIL 9p.m.  ..'it.V^WAi.TO.rVti.i.r'.v^il.'-.-^'-itjS*'--'  k7 <���'���.."/::.:���.7-  9   ���  .-.     association; Branch'* llt)"4t!ffoTai" Ca-    d^, ,n��.��/�� d����,*����j     >-  ���'''TiWH^^^^^^Hmt^tori-' fn-r.tfs'-^ v^  purchase turpbling mats. Cubs are ^-j     :(1 ^  also grateful 46 Mr. Cliff Olsen who  l^cate,d: ;and';acquired the fire quality  mats for the ��� active youngsters.   '  FRIDAY MORIMING: FREE  ORCHIDS to the 1st 100  ladies.  ists  Blake C. Alderson D.C. _,.  CHIROPRACTOR  ��� Post, OHico'-Bnilding Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  clean-up Sakinaw creek  ECOLp_G.Y-mind-2d7   Giikons- ." 'Wildlife _ clean, up  'the   results., of. _pooA logging  Club, previously  known as tbe Gib-    practices of  20 to 30  years  ago.  Using  sons Rod and Gun Club, took on a major  government funds,' a small group of fish-  STORE SPECIALS  ���"if a picture of your car or truck is  -on bulletin board - you win a silver  dollar.  BRA &  Arnel- all smart colors Sm.-M.-L.  Reg. $2.59  Ifil FECIAL yy   .project, last weekend .cleaning   up. the.- ���^^-���^^^^^^J^^l  mouth'of Sakinaw'Lake. With about' 3(fc    ^Zt ^ J,i Z5~ ^SSr  SS  ��� adults   and  half  a  dozen   children,   th?    pe0. ,vf n^i J^n^lShKi So  ��niif,nw��>,nrini���,��.'   .,..a-^i^mwfinff-- --i ����� .and, lots, of,muscle,,and, enthusiasm,,were  pollution , 'conscious    are   attempting, to    used ilV ^Tittempt to finish the job'of  *+s^s#��>WM��^waw^W*Jt��i,M*il *���**!! i  j|i*��w��Mft*.*��,roit)-wflMify��(# ^ <  1 1 ��� 'I I  new westwood suburban homes  may change your mind  -* *w^  flat'ori ancl pjvo you mora,(oryour bulldlna dollar, Skillful floor  Byatoiii, thoao |\amop aovo you tlmo ��nc( monoy, yot provide   omplo privacy, opaco for o^tortQinmont'anct room for futuro  ���.  oxpnnalan.' Got tho facta* to,d ay,* Moat fnmllloo can flnonoo<<o  . Woatyvood homo at a, prlao oomparablo*with ront.    ���  new low cost suburban homes  ��� "Tho Shannon", shown abpW,ia ono:of,17 Westwood Suburban  homoo, doslQnoqto brlno homo ownqrolitpvvitmn'*tna roach of  '' 'tho avoraoo family,. It h no a (Idor��rd a 6 f 1S40 aq^f t,, 3 "jqdrobmo  mid n ground flpor rooorvo'd'for-futuro oxprinojon. Qoo uo today,  Wq onri"plit'y'6u liTyour oWitWoolwood homo thla-nprlnq,    -������,  I *^iwi��M^***��^iw��f*^w,��wM pf ����*��v**W'��i*i ��w we  *f|^"iff ��� **lfW  ''  FINANCING  * AV/U  You onn Iihvq< a'Wbstwood homo  built, or you�� oan build It iyouroolf  to any ul��a�� of aomplollon, Ellhor.  ^j_y^QUJ^iUlflaudiUUtwuHiuiUE.~,  vomnlllo morlQiiao, proarnm. Funda  availablo tor any aroa,  clearing the area now covered with about  two.t'eet pf.bark.and. rotting,,wopd,��� ,��� .,,.,   Planning for the clean-up started as  early a's March, locul Game "Warden, Pat  Mulligan, said. Fisheries officer, Ray  Kraft said this would improve the spawn-  ��lng��-poaaibiUties��4��i'o^-��8almon����and--4iCut-..  throat trout,*  Rainy   weather   didn't     dampen   thu  '"'t!'piSiIla'"'"0'C ,'''thd''1'lhuVU'''il,w^^korsV'���''���"hlrilVy'''''6l!���"  whom  camped  ln   the   area    over,,, the  wookond;  ull  equipment  and- time wan  donated,  Mi'H,  Megan  Moorcroft,  prosilclont   (if  the,;* Gibsons Wiidltfo^Club plana to con-'  tliuie the clean-up through the nurnmor  with nuliaol children when school Ih out  fur the term. ��� ,"  .  ...Visiting,. consorvutloniHtsr\vho��*catno  ovorlo help the'Jocai'chtbihcludod proa-  ldonl of tho, Scmlabmoo Fish and Gumo  Club Bob Oswald wiih hln cihljdron J9ob-  blo and Scojtl', Vvbm North Burnaby Fish  and Gamo Club John Burl dnd* Jennifer  Jotontjlpn,, ,  C(��ikH who provided good hot moalH  woro lociU mowborfl iiorb' and Mary'Now-  man, Working on Jho projoct>woro Gary  Borduhl. and  hlii family, ,Norm Bordahl  "���nnrt-fnrtujrmd^nn'SiwcrHdnrttw*"^^  and Blair Head, Martin Henry, Bud Boo-  man, John Hlrirt"Sit��itli; Btovd'Sloop, Kolly, llinckii, Auiilln.and Megan Muororofl,  mCUIjhouh Wildlife qiul) pronldpnt Miu  M(.gun,'Mopi'cn)ft'^id'th��t lant week-  ond'H offorlH woro tromondouH and tho  inon  aro  talking of  prouui-lng houvlor  ocjulpmont* to ulomslho rowt of tho* Crop)?  whluh-iH-badly-blocked''nenT*tho*mou(h*  .. ,���,., }*r lho.Luko^A boom will.thun,��.u,placed,  ln> poHltloni '�� provont '.futuro blnukinu  of lho Crook which Ih already nhowlng  .    , a iwvul flruvcl botl whoro uloarlhg looik  ,,    .plM'o.oyor llio. ivwokoncl.   ,        v  _7W_>IW  ���% ��� 5 Pee.  ^j>     3 assfr. colors  IwJjK|.        A il PJAIo A I  lS��f -aiwifii^^  '"ftTKiJw wm     _ m ._        ������__<__ ^     .. *fW1lll||iA1J  ExIraLile While Bulbs    ..  40-60-100  5QC  JlBi  IJjNj   Pkg, marked 85c  ���M    SPECIAU ....  ttfipnupniti.  r1'_.  "W_\ ih  i..  ir ' w^S  7^,,^1^raujCfcj.  Slow Open^^^SUN5nINt~#  .    rr/rl^_.<_i,rll  ,  Iw.Im.1  HWMll��TIW'1im��i  ���jrHj^ll'lr^WMltHirrrj/  MJSmStJL  HfWjIr'WJliMWM)^**.!  H(l|'M��lrH*H  >W|MU  . t    V  innuooD hhiis  7 HAVt A WFFK-  m*m%m4>mMsm __F ___***W9^��-^*ft* J.B'^wsw* _m___F<(m**_*w___ft-*r?>wi  from *> n.m, to  11  p.m.  Monday to Thursday  ;i^way^iitrstttwdif^<^  #y*'^��i����y*l��*^^  FROESE BROS, CONSTRUCTION  R^l^Glbtoiti,^',;       7 '���*,'.7,' 7' .',,,,',\  ������'Phono C86-SC417  ,  SU(\|COAST ESTATES UTDi  /,     Pon?t��9, Socliol. t "-' -.-.*���."** ;.',*->������>��� '*��� |f.:- Plion��*0OS,.2241  ^��l��4' I. ,��������!���Win ll   ll.II   lll����WI��<Nl**ll����W����*l>4��WWI>*INI��^^  1   ,, J,l  xmord  SATURDAY; JUNE 17 and SUNPAYr JUNE 18  HOSPITAL RAY IN QARPEN RAY  ! '  '    *  ��� i 't   >���  mm^m^m^Mmmmmmmftmi>mmim  #wirfatwaBw��w��i^'^^  ��etww��wf!^^  PHPN,E;i8!?3;26,1,2  *"   P1',   fHt*vV  M^n^H^wi.^^  i' ���    i    ' s :'  sv__,   ��_,      it >,  "\  Poge "3*2  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, JiineT4, 1972  jMONS  Editorial   Coiiiiii^iil  X  *:���:���:���:*  ���.���.'-.���.���A-.;,  lYi'i'iVi'i'*  __U_  ..AST week a'group of well-inU*i.tioncd  representatives 017a local organization,,  ..nended council meeting in order that  ;, Mermen bi7 given" an opportunity to de-  |(M(1 themselves a_gains_r certain criticisms  levelled against them recently.  It   became   increasingly   apparent,   as  i-rii-wion   progressed,   that   the   tlelega-  ii.ni   had   l.ieeu   sadly   nminfuirn .**l   on   a  uniulrci   of   issues    Following* Iht-ir  mef-t-  ,,,4.    Kip   group   left, with   the   knowledge  .���ouricil had done considerably  m.'  Urged on by young spectator, Gail  Blomgren,   only,    competitor  in  the  Keep Going  junior girls 800 m event, hreaks the-  ta'pe  ahead    of  senior-girls.   Joan  Blomgren and Leslie "Dixon, in time  of 3 min 1.4 secsi  ���re  t,,i the cause involved than they had  hrr-n   led  to  believe.  Kiitttief criticism had emanated from  earlier mee1in*__ of the C'liaufber of  I'lrMimeri-e at which, il would seem, certain politicians were getting into piac-  Tt-w.-, It is very easy to ciitici/e and we  do not say that this is bad. Certainly  we do our share. However, it is totally  unfair to wrongfully accuse elected citizens--as a stepping stone to personal ac-  e!\iim.  What we say, in effect, is that most  ol1 those who criticize, accuse and condemn council, are individuals who do not  attend meetings of council in order tq  substantiate their claims. Their knbwl- ���  ed._e is invariably second and usually  1lurd hand. In other words, hearsay! This  I-, not acceptable in a court of law and  most certainly should not ho considered  as a basis for attack by any official or  semi-official   organization. ,  Another aspect to consider is the fact  that even though a person .JTug^it attend  a meeting of council, or any other such  meeting, it is virtually impossible to present an accurate and fair report. Much of  lhe business under discussion might have  been on the agenda for as long as two  years or even longer. Therefore, in most  cases, a. person sitting in for the first  time will invariably leave with the wrong  interpretation due to his lack of knowledge  of background information.  We will recall the'Chamber representative who informed council he had been  appointed Chamber liai^sn between Council and Chamber' and would, in future,  be attending all meetings. Needless to  say. that was the last he ever bothered  to attend.  It   is   both   incredible   and   regretable  lhat  a  person  with such   limited knowledge���of���Council���affairs--is   able   to   set  limself   up   in  a   position  of  credibility,  >le to even obtain support in his attacks.  upon those who serve so well.  Even worse is the fact that those who  or some time have conducted (behind  the scenes) an insidious and scurrilous  campaign against Mayor and Council  have been able to enlist the aid of certain"  segments of the media. The situation  is  tho. more lanu'iffabli* when it is considered  just how  little that rtiediajnas contributed-  to..the., community and its ability to" make -  constant  errors   in   reporting.  There7"is no particular prestige-m  holding a seat on council. It calls for a  great deal of time' and effort, great frustration- and often uncalled-for abuse.  Neither Mayor nor aldermen have to sit  ba.k and take thai \.ort .of thing They  could quite ear.ily throw in the lowel  and lei iheir ciUi:.-. take m?r the .thank-  !_-._ chore Fortunately they are made of  sterner .tuff and 'are sutrie.entry dedicated dial they Would 1V0I \\*i.-;h to create  even greater piobU-in.-.' fur ihe r.-i immunity.  .lust about every organization in the  district is comprised of people who seek  to serve in one way and apother. They  usually carry out their, duties to the  best of their ability and deserve every  praise. It is a^lso a fact that almost every  such organization ends up with a very  minute but vociferous group of trouble  makers. They are eventually recognized  as such and encouraged to move on to  other pastures. Unfortunately, in the interim period, a considerable amount of  dissention gets .stirred up and responsible  people get  hurt   in various ways.  The onus rests upon the membership  as a whole. It only takes a little thought  and sometimes investigation to establish  -just how well informed the protesters  are. In most cases, as we have pointed  out, their complaints, protests and condemnations are based strictly __n. hearsay,  half truths ahd misguided conjecture..  jH{nnnninnimiinniiiuinnoinnnnnilniii  j     AGU\  j x FAftM  s .      Open for demonstration of  j        MULCHING TECHNIQUE^  s 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  I Saturday, June 17th\  I Sunshine Coast  Highway,  i . Roberts Cfeek>  a '  _  f       FREE ADVISORxY SERVICE  I   . ��� ' Phone  *    ' H  pi_��iiililiiiiiiiiiill'��Uiaiifc��diatiUiBliiiiiiiaaiBUIlllilliaiiltilii^  Ulli  ill  NEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  * *     *     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  * *     ���#���*���'  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  Y"  wm  yfc:  BEAT THE HEAf THIS SUMMER  AND LOOK GREAT TOO  in  ���*12_\  ���7$g&,  SHORT 'N TOPS  from  KJoddard <s  FASHION  CENTRE  Sunnycrest Plaza -  Gibsons  Trail  Bay Centre - Sechelt  '. ,\.*��*-'i,-'*v.'  <���-������>**>m  ___w&_d* __jw, 'r-4  Fast  Sprint  Heading for homo in lho 400 metres, Harry turned the table in the 800  Rill vSluis took the race in 59.5 sees metrejs in a time of 2:24.-5, sit Elphin-  with Harry Pierre in hot pursuit, but:    stone.  Gibsons Legion  Branch 109headquarters  getscouncilsblessing  too planned  lho,���,buildhigl  or parking purposos,  It was pointed mil tlml no action enn  bo taken yol by' couneil ii'lilll "snob" tlmo  plans aro roliii'iiod from tbe planner.  Hncli things as parkin., will have In be  nl ndled  first.  Aid, flurry Dixon drew attention lo  Ibo fad that druliuigo.wiis -rd olio, tlmo  a problenv In Ibo proposodlnoutlon, Mnyor'  I'l'liTMiiii  said  tlml  i-iiii'li 11  problem  will  HEPRESHNTATIONS    of    Brnni-h     109    bind the mocll.nl eontre. II  ,,���,. Roy a I -Cut md luirJjUKiuiuuppeni,ud��luHt.^uiur,pro.vlcllnK��HRuvu^.(iroiincl  week  before eounell of  Cdbsons lo seek  approval In prini-ipid for construe! lon of  "n" new buildln... "on "n" two-nore nroporty  in proximity  |*i tin- ex luting club bourn?  nnd  hid..  Member!!  bud   provloiiHly   pIiiiiikkI  on  rociiiiiiU'iu'liiiu nl' IIk> .pn.'Honl biillilin.1, but  nflCM* diie (iiudy doeided 11 ne\y, preniltieH  would  lio moro. 1'oiinlblo,*  Mayor   Wally   I'Hi'ruun   luforiiii'il   l|ic  deputalloi)   Hint   llio   plium  Imvc already  bei'irdlMcutiitorl by eotini'll'";ni.d  nor, Tl" wiim a..reed llviil, 'in".'or  projoulr   in   quitu  ��� iteeoiiltiblo.   'I'luirol'oro  counell  approvoH in  principal  muIiJocI   Io  il'bml upprovid of,.worklim, druwIii/.H,, ��lo,  Lofdon I'rt'Hldent Clordon Clarlto Hlaled  tlml ll In bupud to pioewud with otmHti'in,;-  ...tion. an Mopii.iiH.J'ptiiilbKi, Tbu ".iiiDnllojii pi  ''iowor' Hyi'diim   coiniJIclTon   wum  of   Hoitie  1'oin'erii  In I bal. It Im hoped to have lho  now 'luiu'H'i'H ���.'oniplo|od..b.y 0_)t(_lM_i'___Ad-  wapfo^y^***"''^^ mv*>mUw$M^!lUmw^^  inlnlHli'iilor Dave ,1'oniiiflon nxpluliiod tlml  Cancer facts  THEPvE are many theories about the possible causes of cancer, but it is likely  that there are numerous ways for a cell  to escape from its regulatory mechanism".  It has been found that a number of  chemical substances are '^carcinogenic"  i.e., they may promote the occurrence of  cancer. Certain coal-tar derivatives, for  example, are used to induce cancer in  experimental animals. ' . ,  Likewise, cigarette smoking is tbe  cause of the alarming increase in human  limg cancer in the past SO years.  * Some   scientists   have   proposed   thai,  chronic irritation may be a cc.m,iT\o.n Ja.c- ,  tor in all cancer, while others are reinvestigating the role of viruses and fungi  in the initial cell cbunges.  Another   factor   to   be   considered   is  ���the possibility that'there is 'something in '  the human body which determines wbe-   tlier our ii()t the firsl cancer cqll .will ,bo ,  ��� ibjerafed  01"'rejected". There' Is'-ovidbiieV'  that a healthy person may bav.e a built-  in   defense  which  0 nab left   the' body   to   rid" i t'sel f of I he becSsiona 1 e'e 11' gone lier-  Hork���an  "Immune" process.  According to this theory, cancer is n  .���<.���������     .,.,        , , ���..   ���     ,,       disease in which this Immunological sv-  nino-foot, width parking space Is for tbe    stom hm ROmehow broko��� (|o    *       >y  ��bonorit*of*cnr-ownorHr''rlKht-now*a-nor-���-(pjf^^snp^a- nKroiwiTaon^n^uT  uy Direct from the Mill  Cut all sizes, timber plank  random length __:   2x6 construction grade,  b.m.  $B0  space for. fifty vehicles! Mayor Peterson  reminded him that he is also .creating tho  demand   f��r  such   parking,  Mr, Klassen added t|mt lie.would like  to discuss Ihe matter seriously with  council, Mayor Peterson told him "we  have already discussed if ..und have, approved your proposal in principal, it is  now up lo you lo submit your plans."  - * Klarsen' 'continued to * point;-out," that,  restrictions in Gibsons are much more  severe than Vancouver, Aid, Dixon told  him that this is why Vancouver is'i-un-  niofe into problems today "many of those  Ihin'gs do not show up until years later",  lie  said,   Mayor   Peterson  added   that  a  PRE-CUT.-HOMESU- 3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.  H70O  Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package   Number two and, btr.  bevel siding ...p.m.  $165  210 lb.- roofing sq. butt���  colours    *.,-.._���  'JLUoyZl  Surrey  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  9815RobsonSt. 588-5441  somo  open  caf-ien  ll  I be   ear  nuil parking width results In doors serap-  b|g Ibo olbor car and In  is   nlmoHl   ImpoMslble   lo  door", be said,  Klassen argued lhat by-lawn are man-  made and should be I'lexilile to the extent  lhat each project be liealecl 'Individually",  rum ul.si,i;:do.lnlf! wuiiotldnii I'oi' Ibo eo'hv  ifiunlly", ho nddod,   .*..   1  Mayor I-'olorson advlnod him Ihal  "you brought your proposals Iiii and wc  cancer can bo obtained by writing to;  B.C, and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer Society, flf)(i West. Eighth Ave,, Vancouver .i B.C)  Most   Uvo plantltig  Im carried fyut  tbo  spring, ,  10  eiimlmulud   wltli  newer    InsUdlallon,  *ltawplnp:w"l"on'iO(',V,."waR*'tnlilOfl for^fiirtbor dlHcntnnlon, - ti|iprovcd*lbeni*hi-|irlm'lpalr"now ��� you  iienii, Ibo'    Mr,'"0, 'KliuiHen' n|)|Kinre'd "to look' n wish tiV'eliiiiigo llio'iit ali'oiidy";' Ho added  decision   regarding an -.application  made that considering each project Individually  Iwo weeks bol'oni for approval in prluel- would loud lo idl sorts of troiiblo,  pal for u motol-dlnlng room complox ,.m.-.,.,   ,A|dorniau ,Tod  Ilumo    biformod Miv  (iowor Point (loud, lio sold be bad boon Kkuisoh Ibid, tbe regulations aro bv force  Informod   by   'lho   village   planner   find, aiid It. Is up to bin arcliltooi lo'design  Im had roeomiiKiindod approval In prlnol- at'oordlngly, "It Is not up to council to  |)iil,"'8o"' I'm''"'lio'lias''yot' io got, approval   li'ij'vo "to go 'oouHldb'i'lng ('liiuigiiHoii' ovory  from council, application".  ���,i_ Aldiji'ijiun QJiai,l.HH.���MaiuloII<aM nald,.bo        M a y.11.11    Poit;rHon    oxpkdnod tbaL  wait unuorTlio liiipiumHlojrihal oounoil' alutiigosoaniwnxr^^   liitlio plannliig  plans call for oomploilnn of the |iewer by bad glyon approval lp pi^olpal subjoct  RoplomboV, IbiM'ol'ore ho cbuId' I'liroHOo'iio' lo tiubinlMHloii of pluiin aiid p'rovldliVg "ll'ioy  liroblum,,,                      .-.,<.. , .,< 1 conform   to  all .rogulaflons.  3o   far  lho  M.!.,i..CJ.u.;ku.nif.i!tl(ini^ not,   boon   subv  parking spaoo'aroiiiid' tho now building, ivilttod,  0110 aero would bo rutalnod an parking Mr, KIuhhoii Uiou pointed out thai his  tipaco also, iipoell'loalkuiH   aro   mimli    hlghor    than  until Much tlmo thoy aro roUirpod from  Vlc-iorlu, tlion ii puhlli. liourliig will bo  bold at-whlcb tlmo ooimtruatlvo orltlolsnv-  and niiggQMliid ohangoH will bo cpiisldor?  od, Mr, KIiimmoii Ibanked council aim Maid  thai thin Is all ho wlidiod to know,  r+Mj^iMiiwisvw^wew**  " Umim also nought appvovnl lirprlnr would normally bo rnqtilrod In Vrinoou-"  plp��|��ror*'poiTRt,niotion*or"'n^]>nll(lhrjrv*  '������ - rilack'BprucQ haR an avorngoilfo or  inO"7oonrin*cnnndh*fiTnoroartovoatr  L'VSlWaWWMIf^tNWSMHIW^r  I  1 (Formerly Brians Take Out)  UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP  m$ ivi/vnaqeiviSnt  Olive In & Tq/ce Out  10 o,m. til to p'.m,  GRAND OPENING SOON  ��� * -..-"WAtCH-*Fd|l4���|T'7^-.-,,*..^-  There's No Job  Too Big For lis1.  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''S'l'^^'/^'^^iV1'^  ,y"hi '2fy ,VA2C2 7,;'-*1   y��� ���' %  y^7w^,7$$^J^'/!'2}f' 7* 7��7'17,.i'7|17'ifli''  __________________2_..Lr~.d2_J'y_ A.. ,>. . _ .'���-,.   '      i ��� ���!.. .'���"vi   ft -ii n    -j!1. 'V .*���  i* ���_* ii;*!:i',!!-f!:i:;!;!t'in'i77": ��� '!;"���,':': 17^'   :.:";���'.  7Sttll|lllll��  ' 'S::ii|i|||iii|i;iiJ!p  Fined $100  Entered private residence  under influence of drugs  Sailing easily over the nine foot bar  in spectacular pole-vaulting at Elphinstone Secondary School, Dave  MacDonald look like he'll need a fire-  Flying  High  man's blanket to catch him but .he  landed without mishap and went on  to make further successful -attempts  ending with 11 ft which should be  quite.a challenge for future contenders in the' senior boys' event.  M  !y:^7ky7       7  p!p;'&-,<T--"y.S����,> *- ��� .   ���     ���* *v   *������ ���    -     ***-.  \yy;,p,y-' ������ ���  't..'J.7'��x\'t7i' 7      ,   ' !  7'"-. -"\z '-~.%;:7'   '  ^'7^777*'7* ���' r*1'     , , '.1 ��� *'-i *>  '.   ' _���.-.\)<ys    ���'....  ������*������  *X'*.��M^-1,;',7  1X';j;7*-'<t4> '->  ..//  Maximum   Effort  In marked contrast to easy sailing    which helped .him to take, the top  over the 9 feet height, Dave Mac-    aggregate award in track and field  Donald does a quick twist to clear 11    events at Elphinstone this year,  feet in senior   boys pole   vaulting ,7  track and Field  t  Elphinstone pole vtmlter  \ I .  spectacular 11 foot leap  ^Mjamw-'rji-jhw #<**?..m .tsUattffottto i��ji:v*��fc. *'.  rrrfi-^^ir/^^t^',ll-flV. **���***- ��� ^.'---fl,^-1*!��fcj.r*&lt*irl-  POLE vaulting and the three ,thousand    Campbell,���S.g...   't-ynn    Tyson  metres sprint y/ere two of Ibo many    Karen n Spencer,; J^nleo Mullen,  ovents wlileli tpHted the "endurance of Elphinstone athletes al the trade and field'  events hold last week,  Declared* top aggregate winners at, tho  ond of the day were Dave MaeDqnald who  set, a challenge.,*for iuturo senior boy  polo vaultorR with his'spectacular U It  Miles    roprosontlng   lho  Cathy Mclean,���M.b. Ron Girard 4'9",  Dennis Bateman, D. Petula.-rJ.b. Ken,  MacDonald '5T\ Larry Richter, Kelly  Aubin ��� S.b. Dave MacDonald. 5'7", Ken  Bourne, Ken MacDonald.  ��� 800 m: M.g. Brenda Mackenzie 3:03,2,  Laurie Saunders, Brenda Rottluff.���M.b,  Steven Miles -2:24,9, Dennis Petula and  Dennis7 Baterrian7^,_{71 Gail' BloHgren;���  J.b. Allan Edmunds 2.27, Vern Joe, Ken  Bennett,���S.g. Joan Blomgren, 3:52, Leslie  "Dixon;���S.b. HarryPierre. 2:24.5,'Brian"*"  Mackenzie,  Bill Sluis,  200   m:   M.g,   Cheryl   McNovin   31,8,  Cathy    Marcroft,    Carolanne    Parrell.���  _ M.tv RQn^lrard_29,8, Jqhn^GrpsR,,. Craig _  "Rodway?���Jrg7Cincly Kur1^q*K*"30'.'i3'.'," RKoiida" *  Dovanoy, Susan Chorlesworth,*���J b.^Don   ,  Roberts 28.1, Vern  Joe, Ken  Bennett,���.  S.g, Susan Jorgenson 31,2, Jo-Anne J6rg-  onnon,   Llta  Allnut.���-S.b.  Wayne  Smith  ils,.:TDm,.S,t��nww^J^^^    Wg >, gnndl, J^��', K������ V���yv�� ^, , Crosby, Brad, Norrls.-M.b, Kevin; Proko,  -S.b.7Davo MacDonald |35'4.!.. K,cn Han- ponKo^'a'l^, Mike Scharf, C., Norrls.-S.g.  ubo, Wayno Smith. ,,,%., , Lyn|i Brn^olt 20.3 m, Nancy Stroshcln,  400  ms   M.g,   Cheryl   McNovin   1:14,    Rundl   Hanson.���M.g.   Isabollo   Martinez  20'3'/<!,  Javelin:  M,g, Gaylo Ono  13.1 m, ���  M.b, Barry Johnson*23.9 m, Crnlg Nor-  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  by Adam McBride  GREETINGS!  This column is of the utmost  importance   to   all .members  of  Unit 357!  To  my   knowledge,   this   is   the   only.  organization in Canada that has a voted  and passed by-law that a meeting be held  once  a  month  for   all  members  of  the  Unit.  On Wednesday,  June 21st,  at  8 p.m.  in St. Bart's Hall (corner of Highway 101  and  North  Road,  such  a  meeting  is  to  be held. '  The reasons  this  meeting  is  of  such  importance?  1) An announcement of the acquisition  of our own property and building;  2) a chance to inspect a scale model  of what our club and Unit building will  look like;  3) a chance to offer advice or criticism  as to how the club is being run;  4) most important, give you all a  eliance to bring ���in���a���friend;���matr^prz":  woman who would like to Join us. Regardless of what you have been told by  anyone, a Veteran's Unit cannot operate  without Associate, members!  Certainly it is .the voting ruling right  of the ex-servicemen who are active  members to rule on what shall be said  about what is done by vote But! It is  the. Associate membership that usually,  carries the people 'who- most certainly  will be the Ladies' Auxiliary, it is the  Associate members who usually in a successful ciiib provide the work'for all the  effort that it takes to get an organization built that we can all be proud of!  I have been asked lo do my part and,  am, proud to have been asked. The active  members have- earned their right to a  voting status. But! It is the Associate  members who have barrelled this club  along Hfo where it is now and I send  out .the message to you all, Aotive and  Associate, for more members! members!  - .members! .... -.���*-....- - - -   "-������  .-  '    Bring one potential member each on  June   21st   to   St.   Bart's "and   lot   them  7 judge'what'we'ihave''to'offer them*" be-"'  cause  from  here  on   Baby!,   it's  "Slack  on the Haulback, Heavy on the JMalnlll"  -*'    The Country 'and  Western Jamhoree  on Ji.no 24th at Robert's Creek Community Hall will give us tho capital to  start our monthly !)>500 Bingo games,  For tickets or infbrmutibn, phono Ed  Rhodos~and "refer "to* Coming* Events "In"  this paper. "   .  ..,.., Sec yot. all. on,,Wednesday the 21st,  June, 8 p.m. sharp at St, Bart's, Just remember our Unit's Latin motto: ''Soc El  Tuum!,',7 .        ,   Forest fires burn faster uphill than  downhill,        77,   :'       . 7-' ���'  MARIO LaLande of the Sechelt area appeared in Gibsons court last week  before Judge. Charles Mittelsteadt to answer two charges: driving a motor vehicle without insurance and driving a  motor vehicle while having more than  .08%) alcohol in his blood. He was also  not Mn possession of a driver's licence.  LaLande was fined $250 for the first  offence  and  $300  on  the  second. _  . Larry Stanley Dobbs, of no fixed  address, was chaiiged with vagrancy" following a complaint from a resident of  Gower Point Road, who reported that  a male person had just walked into her  house.  Police investigated and arrested Dobbs  who was under the infleunce of drugs  and was.unaware of what he was doing.  He  was fined $100.  Kenneth Naden, of*- Gibsons appeared  to face a charge of possession of an of-  fensive weapon. He was placed on. probation for three years and prohibited from  consuming any alcohol.  Naden was charged as the result of  a family quarrel in his trailer during  which he had threatened that someone  was going to be killed. Police arrived on  the scene and seized a hunting knife with  a twelve inch blade from Naden. He  was subsequently  arrested.  On June 4th police carried out a  search for  drugs  in a- private  residence  on Pratt Road. A quantity bf marihuana  and marijuana plants were discovered  and seized. As a result, two persons are  slated to appear in court to face charges  under the Narcotic Control Act.  Poliee report nn increasing number of  incident involving persons consuming  liquor in public places. These include  Gibsons wharf, public beaches, ba.'l parks  etcN Minimum fine for this offence is .  $50. Warnings have been given and police  are now  launching  a  crack-down.-  In regards to drinking at the wharf,  it is learned that on the evening of June  1st two young people, male and female,  were swaying about obviously intoxicated  aboard a small yacht at the Gibsons  wharf. They watched an o-lder person  floundering in the water but shouted  out that they could do nothing ^or him.  Two teenage girls witnessed the plight  of the drowning man, grabbed a small  boat, rowed out and managed to get  him ashore. He too was ih an advanced  stage of intoxication!  Boaters are also warned to conform  with boat safety regulations. Three  charges were laid last week, and three'  persons were fined under the Small Vessels Regulations for offences involving  safety regulations.  Leaves from one mature maple could  cover up to one half acre.  wsx_7jrj_VM_r_w__x^^  . is  i  I  DRY AIDER WOOD FOR SALE I  IDEAL FOR  FIREPLACE OR  STOVE  PROMPT DELIVERY  .  PHONE 886-7292  X  ��  ���-_mAm-^l  ��____v_____u__i_*___m___u__________^  JUNE  18th  TEMPTINGLY  Diictousi  spring.  Steven  midget boys uphold the pace ho sot dur-    Laurie Saunders, Cathy  Marcroft,-M,b. *il) m, Susan Dixon" Cathy /Hamlltom-  :771p:i}J��^l?*ni^ Mahl-  tho 3000 motroiv 1 OOO^a'nd "000"matrcti;  Joan1 Blomgron, top aggregate wlnnor  i'or the senior girls gave an outstanding ,  ��������� performance* coming first liv tho exhausting 3000, 1500 aiid 000 moire ovohtfl, '  Margarol Finlayson sot two'now recordsfor tho Junior -girls "4 ft 0" In lho  high jump (provlous record at Elphln-  iilono 4 A 8")., ProvloiiR long lump roo-  rorc"uJ'4,i"ft*,8,TlT>"'"* was^oafllly^boa ton���by-  Margarol who jumped a clear IB fl,   'Third'now record' not during tho "day   ..i.waH,d,iikon..by.Ji"viui.,Qray;wHh,33,i!t.,4..,JlnH  Junior, boys triples Jump,   ,    RESULTS  AbbravlatlonH, midget boyti m.b., mid-  gat girls m.g., Junior boys J,b��� Junior girls  ������ri.g.,.oonloivboyn.n.b���.Honlor,. girls, K.g...^^,  3000 motrosi m.b. Slovo Mllos lOi-13.0,  '  David  togan, Stovon  lloopti,���.T,">;  Brian  Mvaiiii 11 i!M,"i,TS,|,;, .loan Dlomgron  l(i|.  "lift), Loidlu l>lNoiir��B,b7lnu Mm.K'<mV.I6  ,., Ih'U, ,Liwt,vv Knowloii,    ���, ..,,..   |>i,Jo vaulli M.h,. Manilla)! l'uliiuiii V'll",  *ArrcbiTf^''M wl w-im^^  limit ll'll", Mrlitn I'JviiiiM,���H.b. Uav^ Mao*  Dtniald IT, luu Muvkotulo,  ���,4"1.7i')irg"'"JiiiJipr-~Hibr-"Hr(Mt-~OrlydcriiiH|i-*  Hl'B",  J", ���l-'rnn'HkurrH.H,"I'mm Jl'olonion  , I'M", Lynn Tynon,,Susan *lorjjennon.���  ,1,1-.,' Mui'K 'Pliilaynon   1IV. Turn  noiuior,  , Rhonda  Dovanoy.���M.b,  Scolt ,, Rodway  Susan Dixon la'll", .TiHIo Qallup, Calliy  Scott Rod way,���.!,g, SuHan CharloHWorth  1! 13,5, - Barb Row,il Vlvlca' WatRoni~J.b.  Frank Havlo�� l:lf3,3,--S.g. Potra Peterson 1 \9'/ij, * Pomponia IVlarllnoz, Cathy,  Macloan,���S.b. BUl"SluW 50,5, Art Dow,  Bill Sneddon,1 ''  ' * 100 mi Mig. 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The hostoss Mrs.  Evelyn Berdahl, al whose home the party  was held, was assisted hy Mrs. Diane  Eerdahi and Mrs   Nanette Eldred '  'A profusion of beautiful fresh f-lo.wers  brightened the rooms. Decorations of  streamers., be^ls and haii'ooiis were pink  and white \ '  Exq.ii--.ilP roisage;. were prPsented to  the guest of honour, her rnolher, and- the  mother of lhe groom -elect.  Amusing "hiid entertaining games and  contests were enthusiastically enjoyed  with numerous prizes being awarded the  winning participants. Many attractive and  useful gifts were received.  Attending were: Peggy Hemstreet,  Margaret Hollowink, Flora Clayton,  Mabel Brunk from Ohio, Vona Clayton,  Cathy Berry, Charlotte Luca of Langley,  Pat-Coates, Mary Mackay, Jean Jorgenson, Suzanne Irgens, Marion Charman.  I-iuby Laing, Janet Nickerson, Aline Hollowink, Hoberta Wo Lan.sky, ("Jail Machon,  Vehna Rhode:-,, F.h.ie Loitz, Marilyn Laing,  and Barbara Rhodes  Not present but sending gifts were:  Anne MeDanhald, Ida Lowther. Ronnie  Rohansen and Edie Browett. Punch was  served. There was a variety pf delectable  refreshments including a large shower  cake in tbe shape of a book with the inscription "Showers of Happiness". Tail  tapers in brass candle sticks graced the  table.  S tJ R PR I S E  Mrs. Julie Rae was hostess at a delightful surprise miscellaneous bridal  shower at her home in honour of Miss  Billie Larson.  Pink and white streamers and pink  bells were attractive decorations. Mrs.  Joan Rigby convened the games for the  evening. Gifts were presented in a prettily trimmed basket. ^  Guests were: Cindy Kirk, Marv Madison. Marguerite Sherman, Sylvia Spain,  AUana Anderson, Teresa Rae, Debbie  Sherman, Wendy Brainerd, Claudia  Fraley, Arlys Peters, Elaine McKenzie,  Emily Fraser, Darlene McQueen, Joan  Rigby, Kay Owen, Eleanor Wolverton',  Grace   Pendergral't   and   Evelyn   Cooper.  BABY SHOWER  Twenty-two people were present when  Mrs. G. Foster was honoured with a surprise baby shower last week at the home  of Mrs. D. Stewart. Gifts were presented  from an attractive basket gaily ornamented with colourful small rattles and  toys. Blue, pink and white streamers,  were above the settee where the guest  of honour was seated.  Sacred songs and gospel choruses were  enjoyed, scriptures were read and there  was a time of prayer. Prizes were given  to winners of contests.  Mrs. Foster graciously thanked each  one for the gifts which were indeed  lovely. The.jsirls helped with the parcels  and the youitger ladies served tre delicious refreshments. There were two handsomely decorated shower cakes. The writing on one said "Showers of Blessing";  The entire evening was a time of happy  fellowship.  NEW SERVICE  Tlie Howe Sound Farmers' Institute  is offering a new service to people on  ��� the Peninsula i'or its cattle population-  artificial insemination, Types of semen  available are Polled "Hereford, Horned  Hereford, Angus, Holstoin, Guernsey and  Chorolais. This Ls an opportunity to  greatly improve loeul stock. For more  Information telephone a8_i-23i��.CS or 8J-40-  2051. *  .���������.���..���.���������.���������.'.'\'.!...,.y  :*X*:  W^mmt^^m^.M^  . ,.,\.  I l l  I fi ��� ' B '   '"vivi'iy^  \\  Mayor informed  pres  council backs  rtv  Long  Service  Members of Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 109, Ladies Auxiliary who  received long service pins last week  during a special function are from  left: Mrs. Viola Wilson who received  tier 25 year pin from Mrs.- Eleanor  Morris (centre) charter member of  the Branch who has just received her  40 year service pin and is still very  active as chairman -of'.the-. Sunshine..  Cominittlee. Pictured on right is Mrs.  Ethel Barnes recipient of her 25-  year pin.. Mrs. Morris' brother. Mr:.  Alan Nevins received his 40 year pin  last year.    '  MOVE to obtain property at Scarries  Point for use as a public waterfront  park-site was initiated some tnontfis ago  and' is presently gaining momentum. Appearing at last meetings of Sechelt conn-  e-i-1���o ne���o l^l-h e���e r-i 11 ve--su-i-, por-t ew -o 1' 111 c  scheme, Mr. Jack Warn, sought backing'  of council.  Mayor* Wally Peterson explained that  the property in quest-ion is outside village  jurisdiction and consequently council is  not in a position to make representations. Mr. Warn said he had been given  to understand by Chamber of Commerce  president Mike Blaney that council is  in favour of the project. Alderman Ted  Hume pointed out that council com Id register approval in principal.  Mr. O. Klassen, owner of the properly,  said he is presently attempting to negotiate a land swap with the government.  It was also explained that Mr. Klassen  had at one time planned on establishing  a. motel complex on the property. However, be*-had encountered so many problems that he abandoned the idea. He now  feels that the land is too valuable to  keep for private use and providing he  is able to arrange a satisfactory land  swap it could then be utiliz-ed as a public park.  Mr. Warn added that there is presently such a limited amount of waterfront land available for public use that  all should give full support to the project.  "After all, everyone in the area and for  miles around will be able to take advantage of  it," he stated.  Mayor Peterson said he could not  see anyone on council opposing it, at the  same time he could see wliy-some of the  OLD HOUSES  Aid. Hume said he has had it drawn  to his attention that a number of homes  have been brought in from former locations by harge. Some of them were not  considered to be particularly attractive  and he wondered if the owners had to  carry   out   improvements   once   on   new  '  Ladies   Auxiliary  Royal Canadian Legion held an anniversary tea last week to honour  pioneer members of the L.A. Pictured with L.A, President Mrs. Dorothy  Charter Member  to Branch 109, Bragg is charter 'member Mrs. Mary  Telford who had many reminiscences  to share with long time members of  the L.A.  HERE AND f HERE  The Women's Missionary Council of  -the Gibsons Pentecostal Assembly held  a luncheon at tbe, home of Mrs, H, Mar*-  fihn'll, After the business meeting, handwork wns clone, A now project is tho  mukin.. of noodle eases for Korolrl Girls  Meeting prelude  School Choir entertains  Board of School Trustees  who  hud  oole-brutcd  birthdays nnd  thoy  woro presented with attractive locul drii'l.  Inble-conti'os  wllh  locul drii'l-  flowers    and  wood  ribbon,  CUiohIh of Mr, nnd Mrs. Tod Peters  wore the luttor'n brother Hod IGliuson and  his brldo Mnrlonp from TJoKlnn. Thov  WorQ.'imuTfod Muy lllind, Whlto-on their*  honuynuiuii, nn well nn vjsltliiH thin area,  Ihoy uIhii wont  in Vancouver Island bo-  -rovc^roiui'ulnH^iu-rihQ-SHHkniphewnn-cn^-  pltill-wbor(v**Mffi,"i!]|lnfioh'' If! ir'piiblle"   hoiiJlli jiurne. and Mr. I*!llnsoi> h\ *��n i>|.  cctrlenl on_.lnoor,  A small purple Jn.ui.i_. ..loyolo, found  ill' llu.' woods below Hooch Ave   lloborls  Crook nenr tin- h.rk ...... |.uon turned ovor  to tho RCMP ut (UliHoiiH.   Mr.   unci   Mm,   nnni.o'11   Crimior  havo  rj'tuim-d  I'riMii ii vncMlun durlnn which  Ihoy molurod lo Pi'laoo dooruu,  ���"^An-'OVPnln'R^^  ���,,.,, SchoidJi^  Hpoi'ln I cake with candlos' i'or tlfo ladies board   mooting   wns  tho   selection   of    Stockwell & Mrs,, Chas^jEvans who luiyo  Kon....s  presented  by  Secholt   Rlomonlnry    helped conch llio young1' choristers, also  School  Choir, ' tho mothers who helped "moke the pretty  Tin. choir which tfidned exceptionally KhiKbiuri yellow ond white chtjck dresses,  hluji mnrlui nl the reconl Vancouver  Music Kcsllval obviously doll^htod school  trustees nnd gliosis nllendlnu the inoot-  lnti hold In tho opon iiron of Socholt lillo-  montnry Sohool,  Avcoiiipiinlod   by   Mrs,   !*,   II,   llnnnn  find conducted by^ MlHtf Jjohyn  IOpIwhIh,,  7IIi'a;Iil) (inCi'Tn d tTTuiiTTiT '^lit'iutltwollty^ovoii'  Hlrls nnd throo boys snug Hrolbor .1 nines'  Air; Lot There1 Bo PoiU'o On RurllV; Sloop  Kentucky   Biibn;   also   two  sonys   which  they especially enjoy, Polor on Iho Son  nnd CIoIhr lo Shout All Ovor God's Hon-  von,  AllhmiKh  u   lot  of oxlrn-eurrlculur  work Ikih /jone Inlu porfocilnK'tbocbolr's  porfornmin'o,   everyone   senilis   In   enjoy  the' purlIclpntlon,  yi'M1'y"J"wifi^^  DurlnK .tho school year, tlie choir biiH  entertained pullenls in St. Mary's Hospital, sung Christmas enrols hi the shopping conlro, deliflhted 'senior* cUIswiih  ���with tholr slntdnts unci also .attended tho  Church service In recognition of "Senior  Clll/,oiw  Week   hi   ttriilslv Columbia,  TlielrnexHmportnni function will -bolo itliii7'diiNiii(."7k)xf''"Snri.ii'dny,s' vtf.ll. Iv*/  I'rcinlor W,  A, C,  Bonnotl,  ��� , *      ,   Board seeks support  of Ferry Authority  GARBAGE, from the B.C...Ferry terminal  at Langdale has been contributing to  the problem of maintenance at the Regional garbage dump in that area. Regional Board,wrote the Authority pointing out that such dumping is costing the  District additional expense. It was suggested the Authority contribute financially to this cost.  Letter back from general manager  Monty Aldous advised, that the B.C. Ferries Authority *pays a substantial fee to  the garbage collection people to dispose  of the refuse, "we can. only assume that  the. refuse  collected   from   us  in  only   a _ _  portion  of  the  total   that   they  place _m i^skteirlTr^-THat "area  might  protest.   It  the local dumps.  It  would  therefore ap-     was  agreed to discuss  the  matter  later,  pear-to* us to be much more feasible that  any  charge  you  would  make  should  be  to  the  garbage collection   agency   rather  than ourselves".  It was moved that a further letter be  sent Mr. Aldous pointing out that the  Regional District does not involve itself  with the contractor in regards to dumping of garbage. Dumps are supported by  a levy against property owners and a  "contribution from the authority should be  made to assist in this support.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THIS Sunday is Father's Day. Dad will"  receive gifts and perhaps taken out to *  dinner. But behind the fun and happiness  of the day lies a great, deal of seriousness, for the role of the father is so  vitally important. It is no secret that, a  a great deal of the problem with the  youhger generation has been caused by  an unhealthy home environment, including lack of communication between parent, and child.  More precisely, the father has failed  to provide for his children. Ob, lie has  placed steaks on their plates ancl lovely  clothes on their backs, but the soul or  spirit bus been left oul of J'.he picture,  ,No love- and interes7showir to"thechild, *,  The words of a minor hockey slogan,  "Don't send, take your boy to the arena',  implies an aren where fathers'hove fulled;'  Furthermore, wiih regards to provision for tho soul of your child, You have  a responsibility to see that your children  are brought up in the discipline nnd ln-  ItTiiciloli ^r��"U^*0)mrTallioTK"dr''vi()1'*  oppose your child's Interests In Christian  leaching, but, oncourugo his .Interest In,  spiritual matters, Set un oxnmplo, befiln  attending church nnd sot up n family  altar In your homo.  lu (-.'alio On",  ll -wa:: explained "that .before approval..  is given for tbe homes to Vie established  hi the villas, they have to be checked \  nut by the building inspector. Next the  foundations etc. have to meet all requirements of a new home and the house  itself smartened up.  LAUNCH FEES  , Aid. Winston Robinson reported that  paving of the reconstructed boat ramp  will be carried out very shortly. He has  followed up the suggestion that launch  fees might be collected for the Chamber  of Commerce ramp and has found one or  two residents who would be interested in  collecting. \  Aid.  Robinson added  that  it  had been  'suggested   should   a   collection   be   insli-  luled  then  it  miglit . he  advisable to put  up a gale.  Mayor Peterson said he did not feel  tbe ramp should be shut off with a gate  and suggested that if'fee collection could  not be carried out without a gate then  it would be too bad.  PARK PARKING  Alderman Charles Mandelkau reported that an area at Brothers P?rk has *  been slated for paving together with a  turn-around for autos. This would ease  the problem of cars parking in front of  adjacent   homes.  It was also reported that wharfinger  Slim Thorburn has agreed to undertake  the job, of carrying out spot checks on  qver-parked vehicles in restricted parking  areas   within   the   village.  DOG  PROBLEM  One school  principal complained  that   dogs are providing a menace - on school  grounds by chasing youngsters and in  some cases actually biting fhem7Most of  the-offend ing animals are unlicensed and  therefore difficult  lo  trace.  It was stated that local police are-quite  prepared to co-operate but main difficulty  at this time is obtaining a dog-catcher.  However, administrator Dave Johnston  has the matter in hand.  SUNSHINE  COAST  N.D.P.  juKEml  PINNER & DANCE  Doors Open 7:00 p.m. ��� Dinner 7:30 p.m.  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Live Music Admission $3.00 each  tw*MiMUim_mwMwmt milium \m_mm_m____im,m i 11 iM| , ���___���_�����������_������  ..������������......������........ ���, ������----..---,.-- ___________ rrinnitniuuimtiuinniuiniMinnniinnhiiiit  i^ab  ape  t  WulnutH  milk,      " '  coiilnbi,, moro , prolpln   thnn  VV��ltor Snfoty snyn,  "Knool or sit low In ��  canqe. If upset, HANG,  ON td'tlio oanao unW "  holp arrlveo,".  DANCING  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza ~ Available  4.  Dance to the  Cfi  " "~vae  Join The Fun  best In  entertainment  SATURDAY/  JUNE 17  PENINSULA HOTEL  ^.f-lil-lSrS='riSft7ii*^!->J:*lit'.'l--WJ^��'*,t- ���)  HigMvay 101 Cover Charge 886-2472  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  tmmm^mmvifimmm  nt tho homo of Mr. anrl Miu Mlko llnuko  "jwntly- niy tho ot-ciiHloiv or Mm, Hauka'H  bh'tjidiiy, lln|phiH,|ior(!Oiobrato tho happy ,  Vrlo , Mrn, M, Botvorbi.tlH, Mr, uixl Mm,  H. W Miih1u.II, Mr, und Mm. Nd llimkii  nnd Mr. nnd Mrn, Don Hiuikn.   '  When Dill CiliiMHl'ord .celebrated Mr  ���.0lJlhduy-,.reconllyroih<*T.v-h(T(!"for" tho"  ocoiiiilou \yer., Mr, mul Mm. Dun CHiinn.  Jofll.imil.li.ii.l.y .....ni Quoimol, Minn Chrln  Wrny, Now Wwjmlnnlor, A, mul D'uunu  F'eH'k from VU'lorlu,  W, h, hold  puld ti-lbutn lo Minn .Uobyn  NOTICE  my*��  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road . Sechelt - 803.9066  "'���"-""'- p.orpox z\3   Hallmark-Coiitti cardi qnd v/rapptn*)*.  Flno English china cup�� and (tauaors,  D9Mtlq��o |foi)ri��/ (oca| artlitt pcilnllno��,  ��� 4.���444........... .,^,..,���^���., ,     4,,.....,���,..���pHW,w^.������^.     -Mm___M_M____ _���-��_ ��� ��� 4-' .y^^^^.-^^^^^^^WWw^wwp,wwpr.W^WWH"WMWHWWWWI  jp-r-:7...    _____         1  0IBSON9^0TOR^  ANDY VANDERHORN  Mnouneofjfi^  ready^tQ~do~Mtt~{��utQmQtlve~ repairs  ^CATION SHAW ROAP  ,  (Behind, Esso Garage)  Phone 8867611  Ik  Sprinkling Restrictions Effective Immediately  EffocfrlYO immcdlatoly sprinkling rostrictions aro imposed on all  users from tho Municipal water system as follows:-��� ���  irODDNUMBKREDPROPKRTIES IN THE VILLAGE, and NORTH,-  SHAW and PMTX ROADS; may sprinkle ons  odd calendar dates from  ���7 p^ifi. to 10 p.m.  2, EVEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, HENRY  "ROAD, REID ROAD, and SECHELT HIGHVTAt, may sprinkle  'T:  "*^'ii*y^a^,',^'TT'**'i"i^^,"^*^^w^'''^  oyon"calondar"dato**fi"om  ,  7 pi.m. to 10 p,m,  ��� "���   ��� , J"   ���'  ALL SPRINKLER? MUST BE TURNIJP OFP |F ANY  TfRrSIRPN^S^SOUNDED*  WVfHHnpp  May, 30, 19  Gibsons, 'B.C.  MWtf*-*-*Mt*l(^^  .DAVilD JOHNSTON   ,  * '      Munlclpql Clork  ...BMsIneBfe'Tfjon.jqqulrl.ng term loons ,for,��� sound  ..        ...  _businosS... purposes ,,arQ, Jnvitod^to.. discuss  noodfi nt tho ip.B ,ofHco.; recently opened in.,        North Vancouver..,' IDB enn lend to almost all. "''      '  types ofbu8|nosB,-mqnufnQturlng, tourism,  wholosnlo end retail tmdos, construotlon, nartcuU  ture,pipfesslonatservioos, etc,   '    ,���''''..*,        '      ,      \��     .   ,      '   ,     . -     .   .  AsK for our booklet,   '   i��WW��A��J!i<w*Wi" l|W^Mi)ln  '*        I , ft  nr.m��__WSniltlt  DMIOPMHlBRM  l> '  ;,Manoge^n,W, Gray  145-Wo8t-16th St., North Vflnoolr7vor/B.C.  Tel,; 9S0.6B71  in'.i,  '%9*.f\*m_   'f^.l^K.i,  ��* ���.^ ^,^��4*f Miltmii* inMHiflll-Wi* 1.1  '%-WWiyi^B^MrH)*^^  ���y^iHuHNwaft ^>)*>.��^,mttW|... ^w#��  -T \  The Peninsula Times ^     Page B-5  s Wednesday, June 14, 1972  Annual musk recital  revealed high talent  ANNUAL recital of the music students of  Aletta  Gilker   was  held   on  June  9th  in the Bethel Baptist Church in ^echelt  The   program   of   classical     and   modern  music was enjoyed  by all. Playing piano  solils   \vace_ Dawne     and    David    Alice  Laurie   and   Vicki   Beeinan,   Bonita   and  Raymond   Dube,   John,   Joanne, ; Sharon  and   David   l>'rornager,   Gail   Head,   Ruth  and   Philip   Madison,   Sally    McKinnon  Valerie   Smith,   and   Juiie   and   Michael  Wagemakers. There was a piano duet  |j\  Julie Wagemakers and her mother. Organ  solos   were   played   by   Geraldine   Fyle  Achievement  awards   lor  ihe  year  weie  presented to Julie Wagemakers and Val  erie Smith, who each had an exceptionally fine record. \  Heart rot, which attacks trees in over  mature forests, annually destroys.yearly  a billion cubic feet of otherwise merchantable timber in Canada.  ROCK AND  ROLL  DANCE  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  JUNE 16  8:30 p.m.  Featuring  "ATMOSPHERE"  Vancouver's Finest  $1.75 per person  ___________m_______m_____  ��� '   I - ' _  \  \  \  T3'ee Airways ���Ltd. of Sechelt has  continued.to grove with the area.and  airline operator Al Campbell alights  with  pride from his latest  acquisi-  New   Arrival  tion, a newly converted deHavilland plane was converted from a wheel-  six-seat Beaver. Bringing his total, plane to floats and completely mori-  up to six sea planes, two of which erini/ed at Seattle from where it  are the popular Beavers.  Tire  new was flown by Mr. Campbell.  A great salad calls for fresh, crispy salad greens - and  right now you can enjoy an abundant supply of our own  garden-fresh B.C. produce, Head lettuce, romain. endive  and other choice leafy greens . . . hothouse tomatoes  green onions .... . radishes . . . cucumbers. Ready to  combine in your favorite salads throughout the warm  weather months ahead. Our great farming areas of the  Fraser Valley and Okanagan yield some of the finest  garden produce in North America - and the peak growing season is now underway. Take advantage of the  fresh, nourishing goodness of these fine foods today.  For a variety of delightful salad ideas, write:  jfejft*? B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  QUA^  McCULLOCH  CHAIN SAWS  20% OFF  *  LIFE  JACKETS  *  PADDLES  *  WATER  SKIS  *  OARS  *  BOAT  NUMBERS  &   Gas Cans  .  . ��  Axes and Handles  9   Wedges  9   Shovels  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-49626  Want more power  without more weight  in a professional  chain saw?  Pioneer's 3270  with new EDM Porting  gives you that  extra power!  Come in today and find out why.  Serving ihe Community  Valuable addition to local transportar  tion, this six-seat Beaver float plane  with airline operator Al Campbell  at the controls brings the Tyee Airlines, fleet up to six fully operational  sea planes. As a progressive businessman Mr. Campbell believes in  keeping up with the demands of a  growing district.  BE  SATURDAY,  B  mmm  FOR  FREEZER  Now You Can Fill Yoitr Free*er With  RED"bM^PRAIRIE SELECT PORK,  ASSORTED MEATS, VEGETABLES, JUICES,  FRUITS AND STAPLE  ITEMS, THROUGH YQUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE.  - -     TOP QUALITYrUNGONDITIONALLY-GUARANtEED^-^^.^^^^^ ���  by VAN METRO FOOD PROCESSORS fpr as little as  $9.49 per week delivered' i'o your K'omeV  CALL NOW 886-9890  Sechelt Garden Club slates Flower Show  SECHELT  Garden  Club   welcomed  two     will be September 6th at 8 p.m. in Stf  guests,  Mr.  and-Mrs.  Ellingsen  from " H'W.a^W-.H^1"-.  ,.  Roberts   Creek  at  the  meeting-held   on  June 7th in St, Hilda's Hall.  Main topic of the meeting was the  Flower Show to bo held Saturday, June  24th from 2-0 p.m. in St. Hilda's' Hall,  Sechelt,  All children of non-members are encouraged to participate in tlie wild flower  collection which will be restricted to  children 12 years and under..-All entries  will be received frofn 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m,  on Saturday.  Judges will be Mr, John Harvey and  assistant, for cut. flowers and nrrange-  mentsr;Mr,* Dave "Doig*... fpv, potted, plants  and hanging baskets.  Mrs, Janet Allen explained  lho difference   betweena   cactus 'nnd   a   succulent.  Mrs.  Ann  Martin   i'r*.*n "Ann  Lynn's  Flowers, and Gifts gave ,u very informative   demonstration  of  dinlnR-room   and  ,"'novell,y*tldr^  donated to tho club. Raffled during tho  evening,,������.t)io .lovely .uvrangemonts  wore  won by Mrs. Marg do Hart, Mrs, Gerry  Williams, Mrs. Qreta Jorgenson and Mrs.  J, PorStlothwalto.  Tho Garden Club will bo taking n summer .vcciohh and tho iiojiI general,mooting -,,  P.O. Box 636  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2812  PIOMEER  CHAIN SAWS  17th; FREE TROPICAL PLANT  TO THE FIRST 100 LADIES  FREE REVEL ICE CREAM BARS FOR THE KIDS  10:00 A.M. SATURDAY UNTIL ALL GONE  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  ���MWW6WW>TO��!rt^��'(wl!iei  *mm4U*im4%fmmtuuuummmn*miuu__  NYGREN SALES  ���"J1971)rVW. (i  Your BAPCQ PAINT  ^5sJjsM5"9,""Wl"ft^^  On tho Wh��rf - 806-9303  mmi9fu4m��u4i4imm  7TRY ENAMELING  FLOORS 1     Mc  Finishing floors with colored enamels Is another new ��  such a wide range of colors, there Is no limit to the variety  MOMWMHUHHMMMHHmn  ,little Imagination. Prollmlnary,sanding and filling operqtlorya  Quality Houso pnd Marlrio I are a must,,saysj'he.Cqnacl^  Palnt' j Ion, After the fillorls dry, Mso,ilhreq coats ofjolf-seallng floor.  -"���"������''" ���""--���"������ enqmQ| for besl. '-QSM|,.Si A coat of wax over the dry onamdl will  Morgan's  Men'sWear  WorK,Gl9Ye��  ..,.������. SECHELTi iB.C,  HlM��IM������|M��<MMMMM������A������V"MM����MWM����*��  AA/R'DR  WE'RE  StCHELT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ui i v ^      '(  THE NEW  �� i'Ji'rlT'l,^iBI^,'i||XAR|B^  TO SERVE  THE SUNSHINE  holp protect it and;glyeadcllIlonal lustre to the floor,  r^n^*^��Wipl)i��*Wlft��i��W*��W'c <W*iSUi^WiWt'WW����e��i^��(iS��  ���r   ROLLER TRICK   Here's a handy painting trick from the Canadian Paint  Mannfocturers' Association, Save bending and kneeling when  painting porches dr floors by using a long-handled7 roller!  Pour asmallambiM of pnamolon the floor, then spread with  .uth.-ii'pllpr.^  i��yw'f��wtHr��Viwi��*'w^^ ��.i��,Wi,nir,^r.WTTrT���,w,,^,��,,^h���l  COAS1  686-2283  iWywwwwt����WMi*��**��**��ww^l'��w*^*��wtww��  j>jw��nnMffMlm'*'iW*nnft*nn^-i-n-in*innn7^  UWMMWWMMWMMMM'MWMWMMWMWWMMMUU  TWIN  CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Your  Glldden Palnta  Dealer,.  Two Location*  ���"lo-ioryo���  PLUMPING ~ MATING  CHIMNEY CLEANING ^* ROOFING  >^*m*ww*mw*w  Sajoa & Sorvlco  Pox 790,'Soclioll. D.C, - Cowrlo St 7003-3021  Ww*y^nfH>H'tif-',1''yfr��  Sunshines Coast  rtifjhwa  GIBSONS  806-2291  SECHELT  885-2280  itfMmmwv&mqmm&m  mmmmfK*^mmm*i?t#  % >ff   * # #*,  ���3m*"" . \\  -\  V  X*  N t  \  ���\  Trogressive^CMsmyatWw  Coast Chilcotin candidate  inspires Assn. formation   -  eira Park Hoppenmgs  Pagd  B-6  The peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 14, 1972  DtlSI  yiSIT to Hie Sunshine Coast recently by  " V Coast Chilcotin Progressive Conservative candidate John pankratz has led  to a desire by local supporters for formation  of  Conservative   Association  Memberships arex now available from  Wr. vnn-i Ckwton who may be contacted  at 885-2168. She wfll also be pleased, to  answer any queries and meet anyone  interested in formation of a local association. ������--  Mr. Pankratz, during his visit, warned  of' the urgent need for an all-out -endeavour to elect lo office a government  which understands the present plight'we  are in and is capable of systematically returning the country to a stable economy.  He stated:  Failure drTTfc^reseTrt govorimTrnt-TTT-  mattei-s affecting our pocketbook has  been so severe that no matter who wins  the next election we are in for a period  of-patching up a>nd rebuilding. The choice  for Canadians 'is whether Trudeau should  be given a second chance to try and get  the job done, or whether the Stanfield  Team take charge. The average citizen  might wonder if he can properly judge  on matters so complicated as economic  stewardship. Weil, let me -remind you  about something that every successful  businessman knows, that every experienced union leader knows and that every  farmer with money in the bank knows  ���economics, when truly understood, is  common  sense.  , Common sense is something we all  have tb some degree, but we don't always   use.  *Was_, it common sense to .fight inflation by throwing thousands out of work  and reducing "many to grinding poverty?  Was it common sense to light inflation by losing valuable economic growth  and development?  Was it common sense to fight inflation by raising the overhead of government staff and bflice costs by 7(57- in  ihe  last   (i  years?  The average citizen ' can certainly  judge on matters- such as these!  A common sense approach lo managing the country's economy���for- that  matter managing a business, a union or  even, a household���is to keep the entire  picture in sharp focus. The go\ ernment  . must  treat the economy as a whole.  I believe that the proper role of government and one of the first steps in rebuilding is to .set the stage for balanced  economic growth by restoring confidence  in the future of our country, This means  we must lift the heavy weight of confusion ancl anger that is on so many people's  minds. This means that the frustration of  our  youth   who  once  looked  to  Trudeau  with  great  hope  must  be  replaced   with  something more stable, more tangible and  rriS'/e   lasting   than   the   false     image   so  cleverly portrayed back in 1968. Although  1 was one of those who cheered the vie-,  torics of Trudeau four years ago, I have  not   lost   faith   in   tlie   future  of   Canada.  We  have   many   reasons   to  be   confident  and   optimistic.   We   have   a   heritage   of  overcoming  our  problems.  This   heritage  has   as   its   base  a   free   democratic  government  in   which   changes  are   brought  about  through meaningful debate in the  House  of   Commons.   Contrary     to     the  thinking   of   our   present   government,   I  believe that this Parliamentary system���  n system that thrives on open criticism���  is  very  modern  and   responds  relatively  quickly, to   the   changing   demands   ancl  needs of the people, It is our only guarantee  that bureaucracy! a  body   that docs  ���  not  have to answer directly  to  the people, nol gain control of every part of our  ,, individual Jives!.. ...,,,.,,,,,, ,..���,.        .......    I (im  confident  about  the  future bo-  cause  we  cun   use  this  well-tested   gov-   ei'imieiU machinery   to ...harness  our ul)-   undaiil  liuiiHiii  und  natural  resources to  overcome  almost   any  obstacle  in  building a strong and   viable  nation.  1  am  confident   about   the  future  l)o-  -^u.!:uUh�����\Y.|J^li��.vaJy��ri)ucULhu.rojnounhift^Mnd-��~  mipiiilaiicc of conservation, It is not too  laic  I'm:. Canada  lo churl  a  pattern  for  growth,' yas; and expansion' that Is com-  paiibk; wllh ecological balance,  1  am  ciiiil'ldunl   about   the   future   ......  nun..* (.'lunula lias l.oberl SWinl'lukl who  can head lluj nest gok'iiimonl. Integrity,'  iKiinpulonco, tiUil)ilil,vr/itnd axperlonco are  IiIk iM'odunllals./HolutowK pooplo ancl has  boon very el'lWllv..- In putting logolhor  holh a Team of dedicated Canacllann and  a straight forward platform that can get  Canada ' moving again. The Progressive  Conservative party has made a firm commitment to achieve ��� our full economic  potential by making employment a prio-  nty item. It has committed itself to ending the confusion in our business community stemming from the abortive tax  legislation���legislation designed to rewrite the rules of doing business rather  than' setting needed guidelines to help  business help itself. The Conservatives  have committed themselves lo a responsible price policy and a balanced economy.      --   Co-ordinpting council  reports on May meet  CO-ORDINATING   Council     of   the   St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliaries held its  regular  meeting dn  May  30th.  A letter from the hospital administrator was read advising that equipment,  which the auxiliaries had agreed^ to purchase, had arrived and is now in use in  the hospital. The auxiliaries are contributing 416,000 toward the purchase of this  equipment.  Girls, fifteen years of age or older,  who would like to assist in the hospital  can obtain further information by phoning the director of volunteers, Mrs. Peggy   Connor,  at   885-9347.  New Swedish Glass items at Miss  Bee's Card & Gift Shop, Wharf Road,  Sechelt.  SPORTS DAY \  On  Friday, June  the  9  Madeira  Par-k  School" had   its   annual   Sports   Day.   The  -weather was  perfect that day  because it  wasn't  loo hot.  The    school    was    divided    into   nine  squads* participating in fifteen events.  After a strenuous day of activities the  Gi-bsons Anglican hall  film by Bible Society  THAILAND is a land*- of gold���a, most  .fascinating land of golden temples and  ..pagodas���.a land rich in. hjstory and. tradi-  . tion. It is a country whose people are  searching for a significant future.  Something of its story of the past and  its high expectations for the future is  told in'a beautifully colored motion picture,* "The Finest Gold" produced by  Canadian  Bible  Society.      "������"  This film is being shown,.by the Society's British Columbia secretary, Rev.  J. A. Raymond Tingley, at a rally to be  held on June 18th, Sunday night in  Anglican  Hall at.Gibsons 8:00  p.m.  At this rally Mr. Tingley will tell of  the record achievements in the work of  the Society ih the Centennial Year,  when contributions from Branches reached and all time high and nearly a half  million copies 'of the Christian Scriptures  were distributed in British Columbia.  In view of the unprecedented and ever  increasing demand for Scriptures  throughout the world, the secretary will  call for greater support in an effort to  help overcome the critical famine of  Scriptures which exists in many countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America.  ���by Davis  Hyatt  7.,u.e scores were' as" follows: House* III,"  u .nner with 329 poults; House IV, se- _  _.,,nd with 206_points^House 1, third with  7iM points; and House II, fourth with 136  ������lints. Mr. Malcoint avyarded "the Sports  v Day Cup to the representatives of House  111 who were: Tammy Brown, Yvonne  Campbell, Don Brown and Steven Cr6s-  by. '.' -  A special thanks goes out to all the  parents, High School students and other-  helpers who made our Sports Day such a  success.  OTHER EVENTS  On Tuesday, June\. 13, the Houses are  iioing to run off the mile event and the  hurdles for . Seniors and Juniors. This  is going to start at 2:00-p.m. ir*, the afternoon with. Corporal de St. Remy being  lhe starting judge.  THEATRE  The Driftwood Playters fire going to  present a play called "The Red Shoes"  to all the students at Madeira Park  School. It is going to be held oh Wednesday afternoon starting at one o'clock.  Valley     Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  available  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine Coast- Highway  885-2812  \  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS  \   presents..  ZJke f%ed J3h  h  \  toed  on children's play.  FRIDAY,  JUNE   16  -  8:00  P.M.  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYM  Adults $1.00,  Children qnd Students 50c  SUNSHINE COAST- REGIONAL DISTRICT  CHANGE OF SCHEDULE AND  GARBAGE COLLECTION AREA  WEST SECHELT TO REDROOFFS CUTOFF  1. Effective Friday, June 23, 1972 and every two weeks thereafter  garbage will be collected on the same days throughout the West  Sechelt area (Sechelt boundary west to Redrooffs cutoff and Mason  and Norwest Bay Roads).  2. Garbage will be collected under the present schedule in the West  Sechelt-Wakefield area June 14, 1972.  3. Cans should be placed on the property line by 8:00 a.m. the day  of collection.  CHARLES F. GOODING  Secretary  AUTHORIZED DEALER  AY HARDWARE LTD.  Trail Bay Centre Centre. Sechelt I (formerly Marshall Wells) 885-9828  Prices Effective:  [hyrs.rJuBi@1S  SaUane24  Prices so low, we must limit  quantities on some items.  .���������������������  7.?V'':VV->"'\!ifi  >���������*  Saunas, Boat Housa ^  R# n ***** ____��� mtm^mi m ***��� "_t��^rV^f^��'wwiW.CTi*��w & m  .R. No. 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C, g  Secret Coyo, Sechelt      ,,.,,,..��...       .......885-2232....       ��  W*mm9iijgijj^  I  if#>|W*|PiW|tmyni1n  ~*-J~  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DELUXE  ACCOMMODATION  991m  Htwn _��� Wf ��� PumiWmw. ** ifiMn**"-^ n *wwti��ff m nm  ii��+��i* tn)4n ,fnif9m^'fmf.��  Doc/c7 Space For Gqosfs  Healed Poo/ and Sauna  p-Tr-TTriTrrin-l. ���rprfr^^irirTiriTrfirlT-~ij*f'frw'',a"  A COMFORTABLE  r��,  <r    /)'  MECLiKS^ CIImK  no  �� ��tr..    .   ***),. *��  >.   6| ft*   _ TP   S6   .  S OF DOLLARS  IN EXTRA SAVINGS ON SPECIAL MERCHANDISE  'KEE  *./������  TO LUCKY  SHOPPERS:  Free Shopping Bags  For ladies on Thursday �� while  '^stocksrlastlM*MmmmKmmm^m^^  irj^    r,rw="*    ir 'n-^r^^^p^p    j v��fNI7m' '|--V "-rr,-h-1--fl'^^-.tl. 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'11473.  il.i- .an  slu.uU  i.r*  it-mined   'u  the*  store  ��:..- if   it   was   parebased   immediately," '  in*    .u.l    i )i-.ttii.iil.'.".n ot. tlie  lot. involved  \v.r    limited  lo iuiti\h .'"i-iumlria.  Mr. MacLcan .aid lhe impr.-ppr pro-  c.���- in..; has resulted in a Ivi fueolation  l>pc of spoilage producing acid and gas.  11. said that extensive laboratory testing  I'.;:; confirmed there is no public health  hj/aid involved. There has been no* reported  illness from  eating  the  beans.-  He added that the recall is strictly a  precautionary measure. "We are working  c n.-cly with ofifcials of the Health Protection Branch, Department of National  Health and Weliarev.and the Federal De-  partm-Knt of Agriculture," Mr. MacLean  said.  Wednesday, June 14, 1972  The Peninsula Timers  Page B-7  BAN  -the helpful bank  Sechelt Branch  Joins  with  the merchants of  Trail Bay Shopping Centre in wishing  All Bredeiefd and his Staff every  success  on  the Grand Qp&ning of thBir  new Alac/eods' O&al&rship in  Hardware Ltd.  my  onara  tutat  7  iond  Jacleoi  Youthful   Appreciation  Losing their popular coa-ch who has six years with  the Sechelt RCMP,  heen  transiprrod,  Wilson Creek Or- Detachment,   'Constable   Humphrey  ioles   showed  their  appreciation  by has. helped in the community by sery-  presentinj*.  Constable  George  Hum- ing as Scout-master with the Wilson  phrey wiih a "farewell gift following Creek Scouts and coached baseball,  last Wednesday7s game. During his  Aim. For Healthy Hearts  Local wedding  Weatherill-Larson united  at Bethel Baptist Church  THIS is a question which millions of  Canadians might well ask this month,  because the Canadian Heart Foundations  are conducting the annual Heart Fund  campaign to raise $2,716,000 to fight heart  and*** blood vessel disease.  There is no doubt about Canadians'  concern with these diseases. The incidence is of epiderhic proportions, with  2,500,000 Canadians, or one in every four  adults over eighteen, being affected. Each  year, more than half of all deaths in  Canada are caused by heart nnd blood  vessel disease. In the words of the late  Dwigh.t D. Eisenhower, former president  of the U.S.A., "Each of us has a highly  personal stake in the conquest of heart  disease. There are few families which do  not live in its shadow or have not met  it "face to face."  Since 1958 the Canadian public has  contributed nearly $32 million to the  Canadian Heart Foundations to finance  the fight against heart disease, primarily  through research and education. This is  a large investment and the dividends  should be examined before deciding how .  much to give this year.  First of all, more progress has been  made in the last twenty years than in  all previous medical history. Canadian  research scientists have played an important role in pioneering such,, outstand-  nfif"id varices as:       "SHV -***<**��"������  ���Pacemakers to controrheart rhytmTfi-  - ���Artery   transplants   to   improve   blood  supply to the heart muscle  ���Replacement of dumaged heart, valves  "'"������by human valves  ���Coronary Care Units^n hospitals, which  can   reduce   the   death   rate   of   heart.  attack in hospitals by 30% or more  ���-Surgery to correct one of  tlie defects  resulting in  blue babies  -"-Hypothermia, n technique for lower.dr  body. temperature   lo  ease    upending  procedures.  ��� These rewards of research have saved  : thousands'���"o'l. Canadian "lives,"ancl,7|i/hen 7  added to lhe results of research supported  by Henri' Fund dollars .elsewhere���-open-  heart surgery, artificial hear.t valves and  artery graft's, organ transplants, prevention of rheumatic heart disease, new  drugs and techniques for treating high  blood pressure and strokes and for reducing disability, etc.���make heart research the most fruitful investment in  the annals of medicine.  Nor is this the end of the story. Heart.  Foundation programmes of professional  education have helped cut the time lag  between the discovery of new knowledge  by the researcher and its -application by.  physicians in the treatment of their,  patients. Four out of five heart attack  survivors can return to productive employment and stroke victims have learned  to conquer much of their disability  through better rerabilitation knowledge.  In addition, public education programmes  alert Canadians to the risks of heart  attack and the -means to. reduce then-  own risk of heart attack.  Perhaps there is no better way to sum  up what Heart Fund. dollars have done  for each of us, than to point out the  radical reduction in the heart death" rate  in under 65's since -1950. Twenty-four  percent overall! The death rate reductions  vary from 3.2% in the case of heart attack to 74% in deaths due to high blood  pressure. However, it is true to-say that  thousands of Canadians , are hp^. alive,  who --would have*'--..died prematurety,yl��  1950 heart death rates prevailed today.1' *���  Almost half of all. forest product exports from Canada���$1,2 billion of' the  $2.7 billion total in 1970���originate in  British  Columbia.  UNITED,    in    matrimony    on    Saturday,  June 3, 1972 at Bethel Baptist Church  Sechelt were Miss Williamene Larson  and Stephen Weatherill. Pastor Rev. Robert  Allaby   officiated   at  the  ceremony.  The groom is the-second son of Charles E. Weatherill of Roberts Creek.  Given in marriage by her father, William Larson of'Surrey. the radiant young  bride wore a dainty white floor length  gown over taffeta, with long full sleeves  and pretty pink rosebud trim on the  cuffs and bodice, also on a choker. She  carried a cascade bouquet of white spray  chrysanthemums and pink  rosebuds.  Her  hair "was" coiffured ������ in   high  curls  which Joan Noer; Delta.  held   in  place a  lovely  three tiered   veil.  Mrs. Julie Rae, matron of honor, was  attired in a beautiful white sheer floor  length frock with delicate dot and floral  design over mauve, featuring white ruffled V neckline,, fu,U sleeves with ruffled  cuffs and white ribbon at the* empire"  "waist. The nosegay of white chrysanthemums which she carried was arranged  with tulle, seed pearls ahd mauve rib-,  boris.  A basket of mixed flowers graced the  Church.  Mrs.  Arlys Peters was organist.  Terry   Weatherill    was   his   brother's",  best man.  Following the ceremony a garden re-,  "ception was held at the grounds of the  Charles Weatherill home, Lower Road,-  * Roberts Cree^. Between 40 and 50. gg^jts  enjoyed ^sT^Srga$-borid" luncheon. On"'tiftSp*'  head  table flanked  by  vases of  flower's-  was   the   two   wedding   oake   elegantly  .white, iqed with trim of pit)k  roses and ..  doves ornamenting the sides. ' 7,   *- ���  Toast  to the bride was  prqpose'4 .-by' ������  Hichard Larson of Surrey. '        '  For  her  going  away  outfit  the bride  changed to a white double knit suit with .  blue  gingham  trim.  The newly weds have taken up residence at Granthams Landing.  , Out of town guests.included: Mr. and  Mrs. Wm. Larson and Patty Larson;  Barry and Cathy Jackson; Richard and  Velnta Larson, all from Surrey. Connie  Shaden and Chuck Weatherill, Vancouver. Mrs. Edith Hoglund7 Cloverdale;  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weatherill Sr. North Vancouver; George Noer, White Rock;  Jlerh   and    Belly   Kaywin,   Surrey   and  SUNSHINE  COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  WATER AUTHORITY  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS 1972  Sprinkling throughout the Regional District water  supply system will be restricted for the period June 1st  to September 30th as follows:  LANGDALE - EVEN NUMBERED DAYS - All property on  East side of street.  ODD NUMBERED DAYS - All property on  West side of street.  GOWER POINT to WEST SECHELT -  EVEN NUMBERED DAYS - All waterfront  property.  ODD NUMBERED DAYS - All other  property.  WHEN A FIRF^IREinS SOUMDEDTPtEASE TURN OFF  YOUR SPRINKLER.  CHARLES F.  GOODING  Administrator  *..*,,,.���. i  SUNSHINE COAST  KIWANIS CLUB  Ki- ��t nl if W>#wij*S��ii twiiV  .1&'  CAVALCADE  SALMON  DERBY  Ml,**       i(     ,1 iV t ,U   . I i* ti       ' t.  Location,,. �� .  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IW.HWWM l|i|i|!Pli|IIH!!ipwWWy  __  Sunshine Coast  'ji^^^'K _____! fth _____! j^ww****** I  mmm  f .*^.^^';/t-.;r^**..   . fp���,  .'  (>  Vl  WWfm&*> .   \  \ 4.  \  \  Page B-8  The Peninsula Times   N Wednesday, June 14, 1972  Annual meeting . . .w      7  Housing Soqifety honours  Fishing around   Halfmoon Bay Happenings  yMUWWuuywywuMiiiiu>i  IVUIIWUWUWIIMWIAIUWIfl'  late Founding Director  ^rVhen' the annual general meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing Society was held at St. Hilda's Parish'  Hall last Friday evening, members stood ���  fpr a moment's silence in tribute to the  memory of Laurits Peter Hansen who  had died on May 25. He had been a  founding director of the Society and for  the past six years, right up to the time  ~o( his death, had given untiring and  valuable service io the tenants and the  Board. His death was a great loss to the  Society and deepest sympathy was expressed to his wife and family.  Canon Alan Greene,  president, giving  \  if 7\��>ff  ^^~  Sunshine Coast  There are only eighteen lots  available in Redroofs  Estates.*  Only eighteen opporturwtfes  for some lucky family to  find the perfect, summer  place.  Redroofs Estates is two  hours away from the city in  a beautiful v^oded area  that's close lo tire water.  The lots arc large, everything is near, and prices start  as low as $3250 with $325  down.  RedRdofs  Phone today.  683-8411 (24 hours)  BELL-IRVING  REALTY LTD.  72-i  a report on the past year's activities,  said H'ial all the original units had been  fully'occupied throughouCthe year. Death,  he said, had claimed two tenants, Mr.  Frank Ball an,d Mr. Joe Gregson at the  grand age of 95. Y\_ expressed appreciation to the directors and various sub-committees and their chairmen and extended  special thanks to the secretary, Mrs. Mary  Tinkley and the treasurer.' Mr. Ben Fifth.,  "botrr-of~wfrusejobs--called for a great  deal of detailed attention.-He honed as the.  years go by, younger members of the  community wo.uid offer their services as  directors.  Chairman of the building committee,  Mr. Norm Burley,*-reported that the new  building was coming alon_* w?U but there  had been two set-backs which would delay completion date. There had been de-  ��� lay in getting the health inspector to Sechelt I'or inspection of the septic tank  and drainage field system. *��� Also the h_pt  water .heaters ordered for the new units  had been damaged in a warehouse fire  and-it was necessary to wait for another  consignment. He considered" it might be  August 1st before the tenants, could move  in.  The auditor'-!-; report for the year ended March >-3fst 1972 was submitted to  members''and the auditor, Mr. R. W. Mc-  Kibbin who was present at the meeting,  was complimented on its comprehensive  presentation. Mr. McKibbin recommended that the Board give careful consideration to the reserves set aside which were  the minimum amounts demanded by  Central Mortgage and Housing Corpora-  lion but were nol necessarily adequate  provision for replacement of buildings  and equipment when their useful 4life  had come to an end.  Directors re-elected were Mrs, Mary  Walker, Frode Jorgensen,.D. B. Hadden  and IT E. Nelson. G. Hugh Duff was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the  death of Mr. Hansen. The special resolution authorizing the Society to.borrow a  further $10,000 loan from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation was passed  unanimously.  The chairman invited all members to  attend the opening ceremony on June  25 at 2 p.m. when the Hon. Isabel Dawson would declare the Extension open..  _iby Don Rtfdcliffe  \    ���  REPORTS  this week  indicate  that'these  are. still a number of springs around  in our area ancl bluebacks seem to be  nt&v-i-ng���irt-but-iTOt-Hi-ttH-y-great quantity.  Fisheries Officer Ray Kraft_ informs me  that the "Pender Harbour area is producing quite well. Bjerre Shoal and Epsom  Point still producing but no reports of  any catches from either Pirate Rock or  Nor' TV^est Bay.  Last Saturday evening I guided Dr.  Harry Gelfant and Norm Sader on the  "Clegmar" and Harry took a nice 16 lb.  spring off Epsom just before dark using  live "herj'ing and drifting. The fish took  off  fast,'" sounded "trrerr~came~"to-t-he���sur-'  face   and   took -a   long run  seaward.   He  made' three or-four short runs to bo_th  sides still at a good distance from the  boat aiid Chen seemed toHire, When we  got him to 'he boat he made another  deep run. Finally we nettted him and  we laid him on the deck, both hooks fell"  out of his mloulh. That's good fish handling. .  Early Sunday morning we went out  againto Epsom. It was blowing about  3.0 m.p.h. from Sv.E���and there was a goqd  six foot chop. We rolled and dived quite  a bit but got a hit as soon as we stopped.,  and started to drift. He stripped the herring. We rebaited and immediately Norm'  got another strong hit, this one held .and  took offf in a long reel screaming run  right into the oncoming seas. Because  of the fast drift from wind and seas we  had to start up the motor ahd chase him.  He took us all around Epsom Point,  across the shoal into shallow water then  back out. We finally netted hirti about  one hour later and 2'/2 miles West of  where we had originally picked him up.  He weighed 20 lbs. but fought like twice  J hat weight. I know a lot of fishermen  who would have lost a fish this size in  .such a rough sea but both Harry Gelfanfc"  and Norm Sader seemed to get the feel of  the fish and played them with a Sensitive  touch. We later got a 6 lb. jack and a 5  lb. blucback on live herring.  A THOUGHT  A fishing trip may lake months,  weeks or days to materialize, so if it  takes this long between the thought and  the time you actually hook the fish,  another half hour isn't going to make  any difference so take, your time, let the  fish run and you'll have a better chance  of landing him and you'll have a lot more  fun.  Good  luck. Good fishing.  1IALFMOQN 'Bay   school   grounds   fairly  ' buzzed with activity last Friday when  ���y. annual sports day' was held. Though  ; he sky was oveucasi. the rain held off  and   the   day   was   cool   enough   for   the  "youngsters to be full of pep5vand energy  for the strenuous programme which had  been   arranged.   Results   of- the   running  i aces   were:  30 yards: 1. SoMja' Jorgesnen, 2.- Carrie .Trousdell.���50 yards: Sherry Jorgensen, Tammy Harry.���100 yards: Charlene  Francis, Elsie Harry.���500 yards: David  Wilsjon,  Freddy  Hansen.  Winners in the broad jump event wer%  Elaine Tom, Wayne Leo, Cindy Baker  and high jump winners were Els'e Harry, "  "Cindy. Baker "Freddy-Hansen and Sherry  ' Jorgensen. The longest throws in the  ball throw contest were recorded by Eddie Tom, Roger Belanger, David Wilson  and Wayne Led. The three-legged race  which proved a mo_st hilarious affair,  was won by Freddy Hansen-Wayne Leo,  with  Elaine Tom-Carmen .Baker  coming  ' in  second.  .Winning partners in the wheelbarrow  race were Sherry Jorgensen-Dians Pascal  and Wayne Leo-Roger Belanger. Roger  also came off victorious in the shoe  scramble, with Wayne Leo close behind.  Diane Pascal's team won the tug of war  three times in succession and Freddy Hansen's team won the relay,, race. Cheered  on by their offspring, mothers took part  in a tug of War which was won after a  hard tussle by Kit Moffat's team. Highest aggregate winner were Wayne Leo  with 23 points, while Sherry Jorgensen  won 17 points, giving her the highest, aggregate for the girls.  . The programme was arranged by Mrs.  M. Dayie with the" assistance of Mrs. Pat  Murphy, Miss Rena Wilson and Miss'  Thelma Thevarge. Kept busy serving ice  cream, pop ancd hot dogs were Mrs. Helen  Moffat,*  Kathy   Davie   and   Kit   Moffat.  FOUR-DAY  SHOW  Mrs. Gladys Bentham of Welcome  Beach was the featured artist in a four-  clay show atUhe Del brook Artists' Studio  in West Vancouver last weekend. The  show, which is the first of a series being presented by the studio, was opened by Mrs. William Lane who is the B.C.  representative of , the Arts Council of  Canada.  Mrs. Bentham, whose paintings appear  under the name "Hero", had studied  many varying techniques under a number of instructors and has taken courses at  the  Banff School of Fine Arts.  For the  ���by Mary Tinkley  past   four.,years   she   has   studied   under  Irene Poskilt at the Delbrook Studio. The  23 of her oil paintings on display included  seascapes,  la-ndscsftfes,  portraiture,  florals-  and  sailing  scenes^  IN   BRIEF  ��� .."'���.'''.  Mrs. Mabel Nolan flew fron\ Montreal  for   a   visit   with'  her   sister,   Mrs.   Hugh  Duff of Welcome Beach, stooping off at  Chilliwack to Visit Mrs.  Duff's  son Don7  and   his  family.  Mrs. Mary Walker who was in New  Westminster last week;& brought back  her daughter Connie Smart who thought  it Would be nice to spend the weekend  soaking   up   the   sunshine     at   Welcome  Lee  Ann's  GIFT  SHOP  Madeira  Park  >hone 883-2698  *   Crystal     *   Limoges  ��� ���-*   English  Bone  China  Hand  Made Arts and  Crafts  *   CaYds-and  Gift Wrap.  r4fWlfWWfll#*i��W*lfWWliWM*ll'MWW*l^^ ;  V  J ���  I  For   Quick   Results   Use   Times   Adbriefs  ^miiiiiiiiiiiiiimmTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;]  Beach. It was too bad that this was' one  weekend when . our Sunshine Coast failed to live up to its name.  "    '"   "  '   " ' '        '  * " ���-p   lUWiiwwiMiiiMyyyMyyMwyMiiM.^^  B.C. 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