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The Peninsula Times May 31, 1972

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Array w  \  1  %r7  rrjK.r.vvr;.:4  -. ��-.ss&4-*��e#����pf ^  v\  ' I  ���'  $50,000 allocated .    V 4*  Regional water system  West>SeGhelf expansion  ENINSULA  REPORTING for the Water Committee,  at-; last regular meeting of the Regionah  feaard, director Frank West said that  ailer due study it has been deemed possible to allocate $50,000 toward extension of the West Sechelt water system.  This sum is over arid above funds already scheduled for Sechelt.  Two wooden stave water reservoir  tanks at Sechelt weirex gazetted 'for re-  moval. to the Gibsons area one for Gower  Point the other for Langdale. West reported that the one for Gower. Point  was in good condition. The second, on  being dismantled, proved lo have a large  number of wooden staves in a condition  of rot. Ironwork and roof are in good  condition but it is considered' advisable  to purchase new staves. This will cost  $2,700 as opposed to almost $9,000 for  a new tank. It was agreed to proceed  with  purchase  of  new  staves.  COOPER'S  GREEN  Sub Planning Committee, comprised  of alh directors and director at large C.  Gilker, seems to have excluded the two  village Mayors. Meeting May 18th .it  considered a public hearing together with  briefs on the subject of retaining the  Cooper's Green property as a public park.  The Sub-Committee recommended  that the Board write the Minister of  Lands, Forests and Water Resources requesting that the property be purchased  under' the Green Belt Protection Fund  Act.  It suggested the area above and below Redrooffs Road should be considered  in the proposal. It was noted that the  property is the last and only "piece of  public access in the area and has a high  recreational potential.  The Committee also recommended that  if the Green Belt Fund is not applicable  ��� then the Provincial Department  qf  Recreation and Conservation be approached.  REZONING  Decisive action was taken in regards  to four letters of protest regarding application .for rezoning .of property, .across  from the Wakefield Inn from residential  to commercial in order that a motel  complex   be   constructed.  The application has dragged on for  five months, from the Board to the plan  ning committee, to the technical planning  committee, back to the Board, to the director involved, back to the Board, to a  public hearing, back to the Board, back  to the planning committee and back to  the Board.  It was approved a number of times  aTorig~The way including at tRe...public  heading. Now, Some five months  later a  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma gork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay,-Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  f*��j  group of four have seen fit to protest.  Director Cliff Thorold asked just how  does such a matter ever get finally dealt y  with if it is to be prolonged by such  tactics. "The public is notified by way  of the press, then we advertise and hold  a public hearing. Now, when the matter  is settled, "we* get letters of protest," he  said.  Planner Ed Cuylitz commented that  the press always co-operates very well  by offering news items on such situations.  The Board also places advertisements  regarding hearings etc. therefore, everyone should be well aware of the situation.  Mayor Ben Lang moved the letters  be returned and the protesters informed  that they wefe too late, the matter^as  been dealt with and is closed.  Mayor Lang added that he has been  approached by a number of people expressing concern at the length of time it  takes to settle such matters. He said he  has since received a chart and lengthy  explanation from the planner "It might  prove good for public relations if we  provide the press with copies. With good  timing and ideal conditions this procedure could take only four to six weeks.  With poor timing and unnecessary delays  it can take some months," he added.  Part time basis  Chamber members advised  Manpower Centre planned  HOSTESSES  Sechelt and-Qistrict Chamber of Commerce president Morgan Thompson and  Mayor Ben Lang agreed at last Chamber  meeting to escort twSb hostesses from the  Sunshine "Coast Queen during--a.familiari-.  zation tour of the Sunshine Coast from  Sechelt to Pender Harbour.  HOSPITAL WORK  At last meeting of the Regional District Mayor Ben Lang - asked Director  Frank West the situation regarding paving of parking area at the St. Mary's  Hospital. He said he understands problems exist through sewer manholes  vrongly placed, Mr, West was unaware  of the situation but agreed to check,  ARTS COUNCIL  Annual general meeting of the Sun-  ,shine7Coast ;Arts Council: is scheduled for  -Ju-iie^fi-pTmr^-St^ GRANT DENIED  Sechelt, All members are asked to attend Disgust was expressed due to the fact  �����"��� seven directors are to be*electedrCo- a federal Opportunities for Youth grant  loured slides of Mexico will be shbwn was refused local students who sought  and refreshments seivecl. to operate Chamber of Commerce tourist  GUEST speaker at the last regular meeting of the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce was Mr. Lou Ewen,  Powell River manager of Canada Man-  power, who spoke on plans for establish���  ment of a part-time office in Sechelt.  Mr. Ewens said that it is through the  pressures���of���lhe Chamber���and business���  people of the area that his Department  has decided to operate in the district., To  start off, an office will be open two days  a week twice a month, Wednesday, and  Thursday of the second and fourth week  of the month.  He said that already some employers  in the area are making use of the Manpower service and are employing staff,  under the "on job'' training programme.  It is also hoped to conduct a school ,pro-  when .possible, and encourage vocational  training.  Mr. Ewens pointed to the fact that  large numbers of students are graduating  from universities but- this is no longer  a guarantee of a job. "Far too many are  graduating for the present employment  market," he said, Speaking as a former  school teacher, he said the present school  curriculum is out of line with today's industrial requirements.  Canada Manpower acts not only as  a job finding agency but also seeks staff  for^ employers,  bureaus during the summer months.  It was stated that many grants approved under the scheme left a great d.eal  to be desired yet it was seen fit to reject  a genuine application by responsible stu--  dents, Further, tourism is a vital part of  the local economy and indirectly provides  -numerous���jobs. Why the.-students should^  be rejected was difficult  to understand;'?  Mayor Ben Lang - suggested a phone  call be made to Paul St. Pierre, MP, who,  he said, had told him some time ago  that he would like to be notified should  there be local complaints regarding the  OFY scheme.  It  was  agreed that  a  committee  investigate the-natur.e~of-other-grants-made  under the  programme  prior to  contact-^  ing St, Pierre.  SPEED LIMITS   " ; T"  Alarm was expressed at the breaking  of speed limits within the built-up areas  and it was suggested the, RCMP be approached for advice regarding possible  changes in speed limits. Mr. Jack Mayne  expressed the view that he was of^he  impression the speed limit through Sechelt1-was 60 mph. Other members agreed  that hot-rodders are up and down the  street every night and that before too  long someone would inevitably meet, with  a fatal accident.  It was agreed that the president* meet  with the highway patrol officer regarding  Irvine's   Landing  Overlooking Indian Islands, Irvine's  ' Landing is one of the prettiest scenic  spots fan the Sifnshine Coast and is  once again"- becoming a popular port  of call for visiting pleasure craft  now Chat a ca^e offering fine cuisine  and a marina offering private moorage and services has been bmlfftb  accommodate tourists.  Annual General meet  _.i_. Housing Society  NOTICES of the annual general meeting  on June 9 eft 0 p.m.  Church Hall have this week been sent  to all members of. the Sunshine Coast  Senior. Citizens1 Housing Society.  The" meeting will be asked to pass  a special resolution approving a further  $10,000 loan from Central Mortgage and  Housing Corporation and to elect five  directors to fill the vacancies created by  the death of, Mr. LaUrits P. Hansen and  the expiry of the terms of Mrs. Mary  Wklke.r7.aad Messrs, Fxode Jorgejise'r>T:.p.,  TB7~HaddeH and-H. Er. Nelseri-  Volume 9, No. 27 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1972  ��� _ ,, , . _ _  Financial help  sought lor ramp N  SECHELT   and   District   Chamber   of  Commerce   has  launched"^-ftrnd~Tais-"'  ing campaign in order to construct a boat  launching, ramp   at  Porpoise  Bay.   Total  cost, to include paving a twelve foot by  200  foot strip,  is $1,500.  Surveys and preliminary work has  been completed, prices obtained and the  job is scheduled to go ahead in the very  near future. The ramp xarea next to the  government wharf has been used for  a considerable period by private boat  users but was not constructed for such  use. therefore some boat owners run into  difficulties  from  time  to  time.  Following representation from many  individuals and groups the Chamber last  'year proceeded with plans for construction of better facilities. Costs have proved somewhat higher than anticipated and  more than the Chamber has at present.  However, it has been decided to proceed  with the project and donations solicited  in order to bridge the balance.  Letters will be going out to some of  the local organizations seeking financial  support and it is suggested that any interested individuals are welcome to make  donations large or small. These may be  submitted to treasurer Bob Scales (Bank  of Montreal) or to the president Morgan  Thompson (Morgan's Men's Wear).  Regional District . . .  " ' '*-"* ���'   ' ��������� '     '" l|" "    '    J'       ' " ' ������'" �� if  Board supports protester  orders permitbe granted  TECHNICAL detail which held-up approval' of a double mobile home unit  permit as a residence led to what, in  effect, was a motion of censure against  the Regional building inspector at last  ^meeting of the Regional Board.     ~  Seal" he said.  Tyner added "This man has a very  fine trailer which has cost him money.  The letter from the company states that  it is built to CSA standards and I see no  Owing to unforeseen problems, it is  possible that the new units will not be  ready for occupation by July 1st as planned, but the official opening ceremony is  still scheduled for Sunday, June 25 at  2 p.m.  Premier's visit  Letter from a Madeira  Park resident  stated that he had purchased a lot which  -and,  included mobile homes. Subsequently he  bought a  double trailer unit.  On applying to  the Inspector,  Fred Reyburn, for  a permit he was told such trailers have  to   bear   the   CSA   standards   seal.   The  applicant explained that while the company built to these standards it was still  awaiting   the   official   CSA   seal   of   approval.   Consequently,   the  inspector   advised  that  a  letter  from  the  company,  .stating   this,   would   be ..acceptable.   On  -obtaining such  a  letter- from -the���corm**-  pany, 'Mr. fteyb'urn denied ever ihaking  such a statement and ultimately refused  to even discuss the matter ,wilh the applicant.  Chairman Harry Almont expressed  the view that unlike a house, it is not  possible to inspect mobile homes under  construction, therefore, the Board should  set up certain standards such as CSA.  Director Jim Tyner explained that the  trailer company involved has previously  built single units to CSA standards and  "reason wKy his application should not  be approved. T suggest the" Inspector be  instructed to issue a permit".  Mayor Lang said he would second a  motion to that affect. Director Tyner,  however, continued by saying that the  applicant has already sought legal advice  and has been informed that he has good  grounds fop legal action.  Director West" agreed and added "this  man has done everything reasonable and  has fullfLlled his obligations! We cannot  prove that he has broken any rules and,  therefore, how could we hope to win  such, a,law. case?"    .>.���������  -���haH*mafl-s-A4nrancl���pointed���out���t-bal-  Wr^iTTTPSEmRl ana possible -changes "���ARRANGEMENTS  have  beer,   finalized  carried  the, Seal. They  have  now com  ' menced- 'building' double 7 Units "''���to-' tli.  e  the ��� board still has an obligation not to  approve everything out-of-hand "we  have to rejy on our. building inspector".  It was mentioned during the discussion that a note attached to the Secretary  Treasurer's report outlined the situation  from the Inspector's point of view. However, it was moved that the Inspector be  instructed to issue a permit as suggested  by Tyner.  The chairman then commented that  the motion had been passed without first  hearing the other side of the situation,  QildJireJrap���  r��. h^A4.^m_is.V4ttt*Vi^.t.i. in��:U.ftf.|* WM I  *l -Bl "feftfKi'lii'S't 9* "rrfc��.��ifWl-.,  Trustee seeks demolition  Gibsons elementary school  OLD GIBSONS Elementary School, parts Improvements,    secretary-treasurer   Jim  of which woro built, ln 1010, wan roc- Motzlor said these would huvo to bo ob-  .omnionaQd-foi^ , .under   provision ,  of. emergency  lion by trustee Bernard Mulllgim at the Hohool accommodation or furnishings and  in ��� posted limits.  -BOAT- RAMP* ��� .*���' - ' ���        Ben Lang reported that ho has received a price of $1,500 for changing  grade, building up and,, paving tho boat  ramp at Porpoise Bay, This would  in-  *'Volve"a*strlp"12'>wlde by���approxr200*r-*"-  It was agreed to go ahead with the  i.i4)rpJect^,The,iiC.h9mbei'i:.does,,.not at, present, have sufficient funds "on"hand but  will contact council and local organizations for financial support. It was also  suggested that any donations from interested Individuals would bo very acceptable, Meanwhile, arrangements have  .been, made to borrow any necessary  capital up to tho sum of $(100 from lho  bank,  for the visit to Sechelt June 17th by  Premier,,, W A C Bennett .who .agreed  to the visit following a personal invitation from Mayor Ben Lang. He will be  accompanied by Hon, Isabel Dawson,  Minister without Portfolio, '  ���..Keynote Of4he.evenWwlll>..bo-informality, The Premier will arrive at 1 pm  and at 1:30 pm will officiate at' tho dedication���'of the Secholt Library Centennial  lmpr.pvomonl, tree planting ceremony  and presentation, ,    .  Next stop will bo ut HockoU Park  whoro an official invitation, will bo extended,by Mayor. Lang, It Is expected that  messages will then bo convoyed by both  tho Premier and Mrs. Dawson,  Refreshments   will   bo  provided   and  Anothcr;fund:ralslng:pro  same standards .but are simply awaiting  the Seal approval. "vVe do have to exer-  "ciso'vre'a'so'n'able','actions"'''ln*th:cso''"'rnatte'rs.'''  Do wo stop all these people? Many haV'o  purchased them and It would seem tho  bylaw   merely  says   the   units   have . to  Director Cliff Thorold said vhe sees rib."  reason why  a simple  application should  prove   such   a   complicated   affair   and,  further,'"' 'sliou Id riot' ha ve to comfc, be fore   the board, wc should rectify our ambiguous bylaws", ho added..   Copy of the... Inspectors point of view .  J.o.vfo^  "cessariiy*^  to" carry" "''(h���'"''^  Meeting public . .   NDP leader Dave Barrett  '"   7   . ������'���' ;77'"- "    7:''   , ' ''71.7',���,'"���. 7. 17 ,."   "771'1 '' "7 ���'���'��� '-. ,".7"'7"7"  active on  !������  i  I  i  i  .  May ���JJBth School Board meeting,  Tho old I'our-olassroom school was  (lesllnod; for tho same fate In 1 ("(if" whon  iho School Board presented referendum  No, 7 which' proposed demolishing 'the  old bulldlnK,ancl adding ulghtulaHsrooms  tu thu now wing of tho school, Whon  referendum No, 7 fulled to got taxpayers1  Hppi,uvaVlho���|jr.opoH��li��wuH��i'Q.lnti'oducod��  ln referendum No, 11 In 10(1(1 which ro-  colvod nHHOnt, and. tho,���olghl, mow class..,. approval hi^s, booiv given! this project unci.  rooms woro eventually built,     ' Mr, Motzlqr suggested a visit to Victoria,  Hofoi'rliig7To" tho oi'lgInal rocommonda  tion io demolish  MuIIJkiui said It  trap tbon and  ury   tlmo the  ��� school ^w4Jha,Y  on tho building  od that tho 'Board Is" how In n' position  oqulpmont thereof. These may bo obtained through tho Issuo of debentures without tho assent of- owner-electors, or  through a resolution providing for the  borrowing of'money through a bank loan  for,,a,,period not exceeding  five .years,,..  Thoro Is a limit on tho amount of money  which may bo borrowed under this soc-  ��tlou��of��thti-Aot.and,lUnj��ltHt��havo����pprovaL  of tho Minister of education, Tentative  was a fishing' dbrby 'at Poi'polso Bay!  This was considered a good project.and  It was moved tho Secholt Hod and Gun  Club r bo usked to consider management,  Walter Safety soyo,  *"Th*nh. don't alnM  Bo water wlaol Loam  and'proclloo.wBtor*  tofoty ��Vory d**/1  dcrstoocl to bo a favourltb with Premier  ^Bennett, Entertainment will include performances by the Socholt Elorpantary  School choir, tho Elphlnstqno High School  Band'and two Scottlnh pipers. During  this period ovoryono In tho nroa Is invited  a^o'it.7,t.o......mpot, tha Premier,    Time permitting it is hoped that lho  guests will visit the senior citizens homos  complox,ahe��4SocholUlncUtuuBand��Coun  ell' administration offices and tho Por-  pblsQ,Boy,,camp site, Mayor Lang ox,tond��  a col-dial invitation to everyone to attend;  DAVID >BalTott,'-leader of*, the  13C���'������ Now* orn. Canadian   politics,   tho  history ' and  Democratic Party, was a x guest at the    gonoral philosophy of our major polltlca  how Admlnlstra "jan  Offices  of  the  So  chelt Band, Friday, May 2(1,  Gilbert liTdo,' Clilof Henry Paul and  members of lho Band Council, expressed  concern that many provincial services aro  not made available to tholr pooplo,  Mr,   Barrett  discussed, lho  BC   Now  parties. How olso do wp, expect our' nineteen year olds to bo able to u.sa their  vote intelligently"'" ? Ho urged"*tWo* stu-  clonts not to simply accept his worths but  to listen, think, road, dlscusf-. and  then  to  decide  for.* thoniHolvo's,...�����...��.��������          ....  ,, Mr, Barrett discussed tho need for  reforms in' our BC Legislature, Ho ox-  Sir ,,,:."���.�� =^r���Kl,,"���Sr^r"->��!.."> -��* ���������*<����� ����� **���-* �����"  ^s^^^&^A*^*7^^ V t^'1  .1   n'  III ll'  inM '���  flj^,'**^  * J .f ���.,.,"(. *  ��� t^M^'iir*.''..!*,, pn...  ��A.>  ii do something about It, "If wo don*  phase It. out,' It' will bo wllh us until  7'oomf.day," added Mulligan who didn't ,  say,whose doom liu was predicting,  Tho irintlor was rofom.d to tho Plan-  uliiH , Coiii|nltleo> for-,.. rnconimoiuliUlonA  when triinU-o Agncit l.uliuiitu pointed put'  .Uuil.^l.luulJiilldluu-luiLi.nuUjDoiucuiulunuiutl...  mid wan'approved uh.'(.ulle- Main In lho  ~ui.l report, Mimi, Lubunl.. iuUl .'ho would  ,^r,^.^.,..U.^.ipjl^  *''       luKcn ram "of and (Ju.ro in udui_iuito iu'i  Miiiiuudidioit for titiulonlH,  BTTi  .'-V��"��|  W.  l        W*V-4.'  f*  \\i W\x\nkchi��� report *otttkiu��rc Tont ngr-pcr*���  (.Indent,   Ihv said   thoro   aro   iioyentoon  -.-.���aching areas In llio-now building and  the  Holiool  Hoard  approves .'10 ntudenln  &  +rnf**j��**fii*m.*ii,*9*t9it ��w����*  T"  ''      ��� 9.M* '     i     ,  f_toi,.*fx*i  >���   i   '   ���'''    ���'*    ,'   ���,'',l'.T,,'   >,ii''*" .���/''' i {ft.j*1  i   -i. s    > ���'.    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Impractical, unfair  a'nd unworkable, Ho said, "It is tlmo  we cDiiHUlted you, you Know lioUor than  anyoiui what your (iriililuiim aro'iiiul you  hhoujd bo mjliud (��i pnipono iuiIuUoiih ,iitiU��  alTfo To you,"      m-~  iinrnrffniijnH'i'H"^���1"-  ��� ��� *  ���-  A\il_, on lho hmiiui' diiy, Mr.Tlurrnlt  mot   with   sixty   Interoslcd   students   nf,,  and. TV coverage wlillo lho House* la In-  session, a dally Hansard recording events  In tho Iloufio, a dally question poririd,  ���and open Commjltteo mbotln^n,  ,���U,���.,.t.4r.��4,i-,l  I    -��f��^��fi*��#��I|  Ad-Bnels  point  the way  lo^acllon!   In Today's Classifidd:  w. ��.��,   t F|.,..|", , f ,' V.ri|i>ii,.,.", *l4*.". "  l*^ms?ftf44. ^m.   wi^wtftwwr^ft^w^Mwvw*  iMb,���h , pi -��� ��� ,, y,,, i^r11 "'-r l��^*.-"'.'  MWMWVV��rnM��W��AIWWVWVWWWW\��>#MMMUM%W��\IW>��MM��IM������<��������>W^  VAHH)UH   tilze   wood-framed   wlndiiwn,  fintmi with caslngt;, one glusti iloor pln��  ,t w u-4uurMr��-<ro.l-Uu p-buni l>ou ��d iu pox*  i*"r  Klphlnslpuo  lllghjBchool jmd  dlseusseil  "1 irri~^nTyHtotTouh '"NvorKTiTiuT   ifPlTfo  H'C,  por leaching area which 'would accom-  lTl.iy(Tino"���TjI(l'h"fiTTVtr<vnrCw , Popular  Boach' '  ment Approves 3d. students per leaching   IIJnloylng (ho l)cnch a( ll()|)urtg Creole cook t'holr Buppor during IJio wookond   lho L,A, prepnrert ovor 100 suppors  'linpioveineuis'loTiiiJ 'new'Hiea lneiudo 'parkHllo, ono luindrod Guides ironi Vttliy;' filbfions Vonturcr. Scouts hnd' all packed In foil randy for rousting.  provision uf ii ��� library.worl.room; Coin-' Toxiula, Towoll River, ISoiiIjoh niul propurcd nlflor wp6d for tlio fires und   (Moro pics npxt, wcokj;' '  (  !���  ii'^'iwu ntM'tpWJ'pt'Ti  Mooting In the school gym, Mr, Bar-  roll agreed with the students that many  voters nvpmni\djyj,g.w^  ���p.^���.^-.^..��- '--u|jjjC(<|  pm,|j0H  milking  Ihom ' 'fair' game' for tho t mass media  campal|{n�� so widely used' today, "Pol-  lllcs in son,lor���hllnh 'schools? -The concept  need not, bo, avoided,"* ho added, "Many  educators, feci thai suhior<studeult. should  JiHWDui'Jolxsn��wU}��ckttrpundJ"UuQ*  MwK^tAw��.��w^w��,WM��ri)w*��iM������Mw.��w�����ii��iwif<^ t��iKV_���_*^|^��iBHWW^ifwa��gWff��iWlft:  11 .1.  ��� Times Clasilflcds reach over 2,500 homos '.    ,  (10,000 roadori), '       ���,'.  ..5....,IlrnciXlo,Mlfl��di-,,,{jo.,..tNTO..<U-'v>.^  lio|\on lawns, strooti or In culvert*. ���        7  ��� Tlmo* Classlfloda. ara loyv-coit, hloh-potorjcy "��� ;7.  wild tonics, h yt ;���<, .���.->���'.��_  ���' Phono lino* opon Sunday; clouiflod  885-9654 Socholt, 886-?Ul lG\b$oM."\yt''7'^  ���..(jhtrl..*    _n\t. fliimtl *,(.t I  |t4H�� W^iMbu^����^W^*h^ fwvtUtnwtewW  ���M-HSJWWWWMr**!* V  \  Pdge A-2 The Peninsula Time*     �� Wednesday, May 31'  _ .������ j^��� .���.       _      . ��� -. ������        ''- V  ^mn0^^t^^ivt^'^K0t0^n0^n9wmwm9��9^t^^^t_._w_W9tim^t/tti^nn��*m*0_M*^9am0mr^^t0mi*t  1973  The Pemnsula^**��*  _L  "/ may be wrong, but J shall not be so wrong as to jail to say what I believe (o be right.  ' ' \  1V)HN ATKIN  Stewart B. Alsgard, Publisher  V  JbHN Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor;  Action   wiiiioiil llioiiglif  --- iii'n   when   an   even   worse   siiiuuion  t.levrlops".   And  devrlo-p. il   will  lor *. um--  niSTRim'TlON   i��f   winy  lluiviii'liuiii   ilit*  area   l>vA  eivniainers  .nidcnis  as  Ti'iV I OvifTwiiiicmal 1->;U  |��i��t|r> i" w7is' ���. c-.r-���p(i\ .nul iraiUTv ape on tl-K^-in. TcU'.e urn.  t.nnh (>t7.*.iin' ineni lur in short time  ilirv were tip ing med, m fact 100 we'll  used, for once lull re'Vr.e war, piled up  around Iheiu.  x In many loealions virtual garbage  dumps were cruaietl alongside the high-  ���\ya_\ and Were not. by any means, a  pleasant sight to behold. A similar situation developed last year with establishment of containers in the Roberts Creek  and West Seehelt areas. Mountainous  piles of refuse bags piled up and soon  became smelly eyesores as dogs ripped  open the plastic'containers.  Problem then, as it is now, was need  lor a more frequent collection service.  I ven though garbage is dumped at  roadside pick-up spot* it is preferable  lo indiscriminate dumping in the hush  and along eVery country trail as was  done previously. However, . even these  (lumps, put in i'or convenience of transients, need provide no. problems providing frequent pick-up service is arranged.  One of the penalties we have to pay  for our rapidly developing popularity  as a tourist centre is the provision of  such facilities. It is a matter to be laced  up to by "the powers that be. Both villages operate their ,own. service which  so far have proved..ii__Jejg.ua.tc. The service  catering to the Regional District? ali-^p  provides adequately for residential and  commercial users. Breakdown would.appear to involve the wayside dumps which  were the subject last year of complaints  by the Chamber of Commerce which  sought rather more frequent collections.'  The lime for remedial action is now  ate the source of bulk (lumping. Most  oi��' them are fully equipped homes in  miniature and when, they house a small  family it is only natural 'that during  the course of a few days a substantial  accumulation oi" refuse has to be  dumped. , \  Nothing -could be more unpleasant  than a raw of garbage containers at  frequent intervals along the highway, all  surrounded by broken bags and a miscellaneous assortment vof old food, bottles and other waste. This is the situation which arose from the well-meaning  but poorly conceived F-ny-jronm-3""- Hay  project. A check with the Regional  Board reveals the' fact that no arrangement was made for pick-up. Therefore  the whole exercise was futile from* the  start.  Refuse, unfortunately, docs not self-  destruct in five seconds neither does the  pick-up., service make unofficial collections every few yards without pre-ar-.  rangement. Somewhere along the line  arrangements have to be made.  Roadside dumping areas have merit  but call for special units. Something not  objectionable to the eye,<darge enough to  cope with prqsent and future traffic and  maintained at frequent intervals. ���  Cost might prove a little heavy but  U, is a. facility we can n#*1onger do without. L o c a 1 would-be ecologists are  screaming protests at dangerof-oil spills  far from our shores, exploding of bombs"  in other countries, and installation of  proved sewer systems on the* local level.  It would seem-the time has arrived to  get down to a few of the basics right  on our own doorsteps.  "V  ilMJlll L :_MBUm.V  -_v_j__i_m'OMs.^~_JL'..iii'ii^.iiJ^-XUV'j  i.*-  THI-V  have  one  man  rule  of  your welfare?  right ���  A   * ;  WEwant Tip BS not m&��m welfare  regulations.  SUPPORT DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  For information  call  886-7118 or 486-7493  '"H 4,  7 $  READ!  ainun  th  BY  JCMen   Weil   and   $o   Wc  arne  letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and not  necessarily those of  The Times.  A  Obm-de-plume may be used for .publication, but all originals must he signed by the  writer.  Crown lands of like value. This presum-  NOW ON  DISPLAY AT  SUNSHINE  COAST  TV  LTD.  ...     Cowrie Street Sechelt   .  Scenes and Florals Portraits  by K. Wells *>y Jo  In Oils, Pastels, Acrylics end on Velvet  Ilot-rodclers ou increase  Mislead  Editor, The Times,  Sir: To satisfy the curiosity--of yoxvr  cor-respondenl "Curious" I would inform  him, or her, that the "predicted" three  mill increase in. the school mill rate was  given to this reader by a member-of the  Regional Board and I in turn passed the  "m-formation" on to the publishers of the  controversial leaflet which was circulated1 in Gibsonj***4$%_hours prior to'the vof-*  ing  on  the  Referendum.  Whilst inXhisje��e instance we were  played for suckles, it'is of some consolation to recall that there were forty-three  others from Port Mellon who also evidently believed in the ".$90,000 school deiT.  icit" as they tried to force a referendum  on that   issue!  If there is a "next time" we now  know where to g6 for reliable informa-  the secretary ot the School  board:  (Once  Bitten)  ably would ,call for a very small outlay  ,pfTmoney  to  establish* a  most  desirable  and' 1,4hink   you. will   agree,   necessary  public park with .beach.        '    .    "  I am sure some indication on the part  of the public that the plan had their  enthusiastic support would go far with  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, Gibsons  Council, the Regional District or the prov.  govt. I trust they, will let their voices  be  heard. '  ' JACK WARN  P.O.  Box 375  SECHELT  Wharf Road  SECHELT  PHONE  885-9551  11011  DURING recent months there has been   a noticeable  'mcrcasc"*'of ^ot-iTttki-cmr"  who appear to use Cowrie Street freely  and unrestrained as a race track. Perhaps a better description would be! a  drag strip for their infantile exhibitionisms. ' ,��   .  ���> As a peacock preens its feathers in..,  order to attract the female of the species,  so do the young punks of society roar  their multi-coloured hot-rods up and  down the village street. If they can manage to screech their tires- t'hcn,~'|t is as-  sumed, they are real heroes and the  females are expected lo swoon with  admiration,.  Such is the extent of their intelligence. They have nothing to offer but  an expensive automobile nnd the ability  to (lo with it precisely what any other  driver is capable of doing, should he be  sufficjenily stupid and so inclined.  , Residents of (/owrie Street are heartily sick of the nightly debacle. It is  doubtful   if   anyone   other   than   doting  element does to eliminate itself. What  docs concern everyene else ir> tho kKrt-  that it is but a question of time before  a youngster runs in front of a speedster  or an elderly person is unable To move  fast enough to avoid being struck down.  Many people wonder where the  police disappear to while the drag strip  is in operation for not only does it last  for two or three hours each night but  is only a few yards from the police  detachment office.  We top have currskicTedTTlTis trspecfr  Parochialism  Editor.  The Times.  _*ffia3_gBfa����ffl-s-  Sir: Greenpeace Three with its'oonV-  plement of concerned Canadians is on its  way to "show the flag" at the site of the  forthcoming French nuclear tests in the  South Pacific;.and this reader in a less  spectacular manner, has lodged his epro-  test  in  the  appropriate  quarter.  But, judging by the complete lack of  response from the local organizations  who at the time of the American, Am-  chitka tests were so vocal and loud in  their protests, it would appear that they  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHELT   Afow Accepting  ���  Reservations  SECLUD-D LOCATION"  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  next to school  885-2375  Term Deposits���1  Interest calculated and paid end of March, June,  September  and  December  at  6%   per  annum.  Minimum   Deposit  $500.VU.  4.  May be withdrawn anytime. If withdrawal prior to end  of one year, interest reduced to 5%. ���>-.  Interest  may  be  withdrawn  or  left  to  compound.  but have to point out that, even though  we have a larger compliment of officers  than ever before, it is not a simple  matter apprehending hooligans when a.  grape vine exists. We know for a fact  that complaints have been lodged with  the police who in turn have maintained  vigilance. At lhat time, peaceful silence  prevails until such time the watch is  called off.  It would be a simple mailer lo sit  back with the knowledge that it is just  irtTcaTrcr^jg'ss'ny iTni^rrtTir^iT^ TW' it ;|" "-int'siion" ofrthnc-htH'tm*^^  their driving licences or the imtos end  are totally unconcerned about or are  ignorant of anything happening south of  the 49th Parallel! Another instance of  Peninsula   parochialism?  ED.  BIRCHENALL  Raises voices  The Peninsula^w^  Published Wedncsduys ��t Secholt  on H.C.'s Sunshine Const  Powell River News Town Crier  "        Secholt'limes l.ld   Box 310- Secholt, ,i,C.  Subscription Rules: (in lulvnnco)  Loan, $(*��� pur yonr. Hoyoml .5 nillos, $7.  U.S.A., $V. Overseas, $10.  Pervitin tlie area ffom Port Mellon to *Eftmonf  Ulow. Hound to j mis Inlet)  Editor, Tho Times,  Sir: Some months past I suggested in  tho local papers that a three acre, waterfront properly between the Feeney and  Trant Kds, at Soames Pt, 'he acquired 'by  the Knvprnnu.nl for use as a public pari*..  K.n*   those   familiar   with   the   ���iron,   this  ^Trtirr^'oiJCJi' l:y |. ("MTOt-iTliy^lnm^vTi^^ir'tlTr?-  "Cnrson   place",  up on the scrap heap. This, is the in-        ^ncb has happened since then, Mil<.o  evitable consequence but one it civilized   "BiiiTit'-y" wiih the support <��f! tiieGlbisoHs  '       Chnnvbor of Commei'co did �� lot of foot  work  to get the prov. govt, lo move on  tho   issue.,  Gibsons   Council   gave   their  t  ���wwwwMimiwm  society cannot afford to await, I'or mean  while the lives of responsible cili/ens aro  al stuke,  ,---wWo.*~cnn~only--su_j_50sl~.iiBiiin-'-lhiit*��'-u-.  crack-down  is  long Overdue, A   police  cur can be spoiled u mile,away hut u .  ���plain clothes officer in n ghost cur might  well lake a few of the hol-roddcrs by  surprise,  Some IntoroHting horns, for Fnthor'M  Day at Mi.ss lioo's Curd & CI I ft Shop--  Wharf I'luud*���SocliQll,. -  1st  cost of  J.".R.PJ.lL\!i\L^^  There appeared to be some progress  nnd hope of notion until a third' body  purchased lho -lunch In question and  Hoomlngiy upsol lho prospects for u pnrK,  I trjpd to _.et commitment for the mil."  of un adjacent piece I'or Iho sum.* purpose but ��� I'tilled,  Now 'It would Hu'om, tlioro in n vory  good elumee of the* oi'ljjlnul plopo (Carson   place)  buln..  acquired  by  mw��p  of  rinkin  goes even  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  NYGREN  SALES  (1971)  LTP,  -YoffrPAPCO-pAlHT*  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 006-9303  Quality  Hondo and Mnrlno  Paint,  REMOVING  PAINT FROM  CLOTHES  To  remove "paint   from  d'olho?,''"the 'Cdnacllan   Paint  Manufacturers Association  rocommonda as  your weapon.  water whllo the paint Is .still wot,.....Qll-basocl paint must, bo  rinsed wllh mineral spirits ,ar carbon, letra-chlorldo���-again  whlle4ho-"palntjl3-'Stlll��--wot^Blot-**thQpslaln^wltlT--a-clry,'iClol,h/,  and then wash In detergent and warm water, In all cqses,,  mmmmmikmnmm^^ (ost fabric first, Note; Hardened paint of any kind Is almost  .. Impossible-to remove.---. ���P,^.���,...��� ���...������..������,��� ,,__...���,  "WW���WMMUMMWIMMMMIIWimiMwri  Morgan's  Men's Wear  QiW��G, Work Clothes  Work Gloves  SECHfiLTj. P.C,  ItVMHMMMWMMWMWMMtfHMWinnintWWmnHi  P^^J_^^^:^^_,^r   convioted of Impaired driving you  automatlcplly lose your licence  for a full month*  If it's your second offence,  make that a minimum six month  .suspe.n$lQ.n..��w��N����*-T-��-^^  IJs^'yeir ?1Q;300-BTGRIf lverPvefe'*':  arrested for impaired driving.  315 people died in traffic accidents  traced to impaired driving!   ".'���  So now -^ add to the heavy fine,   the possible night in jail, the  ��cnimlnalxecor.c|rthe40��penalty-  WE'RE  ">  '.i .��  SECHELT  BUILDING sdJ^PUtoS  JTHECWEW  JUl,  >.f*  w^yf'-rr*!' *i"  YARD  * -  TO SERVE  THE*SUNSHiNE,  COAST,  lif nn 11 i>mni,��i>m mwi iwtWH wffWHfWw w* m.ti**��iiMH>**ll* fw  TIPS  ON TOOLS  Tools help to make tho paint job moro successful, Tho  Canadian Palpi Manufacturers' Asocial Ion reminds you that  iho'rbopi (i'dlnl 'will; glvb a qualify |Wrformanco only';whon  correctly applied. *.  ti^XWP^W^���wJJ^aal^a  WMWUIMmAMMWimiMMMMMMM  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES   ; Tour. .....  Glldden Paints  Dealer,,  ���"*S#S  best brush you'can affordrlt y*/il| pay off In the1 long run,  ���w����!m#ei��i��iw 1  ��^ir��rw��ww4wi��wwifW"^  WM��INQ*-rr1BATINO-  CMIMMRY'CWANIMO-^'ROOflMG  Sales fi, Sorvlco      __     _.:  ^uutmM9iummin����H99Wiu^9iiim94n  MfMM  ,.,.' .       ,.,.       \2.   ..      ,      ���.  Box 79fl, Sochelv P.C, * Cowr(o St V jS85.3iO"��!"l  There are no exceptions.  Even ifvdrlvlng is your living.  A driver's licence is not a right.  It's a privilege you earn, and  driving is a responsibility you  share with every other driver on  the road. Abuse the privilege  ond you lose your licence.,  It's that simple. ^  points, the higher insurance rates,  the embarrassing puplicl'ty, the  cost of a lawyer - add the new  * mandatory suspension of  " your licence.  s*w*^^  ��� If that sounds HKeahlgh'  _____��;���>VV^Wi1'^ft* u    <h  i_f,',��__.n^|ffc7l____LA��  should.  Twp Locqtlom  , '   to torvo  you  aumniiio Coast  886-2291  SECHELT  885-2288  mm49imi9mm4mm9mm0w>mm��<f9m]ni9i9i9imtit'  Am,iii!lHn-t'i|.|'i|n)")'f|7| i*A" Ii   '    'll7li''l    i     l l    ' 'l        |7      "'  ,..,,.,w...^,,-^.^l���,1...,���^-m���rr,n[.^^��.., .,,., <|.,���Ti.<y..|^,||i.w��.tll>.nl���[,,,|||���||i,J|r���  I-MW'w"w^l*w"'*"**''''*,',,*,WN'**'#-'*''l^'m,1''ttttwl"m*''^'fl',*^N  ff you drinlc, aon't drive.  Qovf rnmont of Orltlnli Co|Mml��l��i  Motor-Vphloln nrnnoh  ��� �����' i *���   "- �������� '���-������* -  ��  thrn, L,��ntl4> fl, P��\ma., 0,0,t  %9 Aiwnoy'.o.errt  ���_������  '"p,  ,.��)��  <���'��(.���  ��������!  Z%J_  Tffltf.  *��l>&k>$&^ffl$<M  .'%  wm#��mmM*$mmiiywmmwmpm  11   ��  my��yf>Bipfi^^  *t&mmm^W!<Wfm>" \-  N\  '."felii'.i  \ ...    ..    .-,   . I  ���i  ^  1^  '���-  &  1  1  '"J  3  ,, a  Madeira Park   Happenings  Parents respond . . .  Wednesday. May 31, 1972        The Peninsula Times  Page A-4  SOFTBALL:  On Friday. Mny   10th   Tlc.h-  erts Creek buys'  sr.nimll 1crmv visilod  Madeira for a   game.   Aftor  a   voi;v. .fj..l..l  game, Madeira won 5-2��� -in the last inhing  'we   got   a   vei*V   rare   triple   play..   There  was   a   man   on   first   and   second.  A   hit  down   third   base    fine   and    one   away.  and then to second arid finally to first for  throe  (lnwn.  The girls' -.soft hall  loam  scheduled  for  May ".'.6th   will   ho   cancelled   because   of  lhe district  ir.ack moot.  HOUSE     SCORES:       S-Pvoral     house  gamoi   have   been   cancelled, because   of-  '���   ���by" Davis  Hyatt  itirout;!) n ..ai^with nunisU'rs in Ihom and  . nnn.siers jn'i.np at you. Yhe.u you came to  .117.�� P.-^mitimi- room.--Wo sxnv lilootl"a'll"  m\ '���' ihul a head. njllin.t. on the floor and  in a wagon were people with no heads. It  was ���"win 1 gory. Then we went down a  hall t.7 mirrors and- at the end we saw  draenhf.   )^e  'hen started for home.  Tho h i',tnrn: We finally came to tho  ferry and' wo- played on deck. vYe came  all ihe wa> , home and no one got sick  the  whole  a* S'-  si questionnaire  proves exceptional siiccess  For   Quick   Reft."Its   Use   Times   Adbriefs  ��� REGENT (luestloTiiiaire mailed directIv to  parents of high school students by the  Board of School Trustees, has met with  Vtremendous response from responsible  people, reported District Superintendent  R. R. Hanna at lhe Max 2.r)th Board meet-  in... held iu  Gibsons.  There had been fin me comments made,  sugge.*:.ing that the completed questionnaires would he of no value unless they  were cigned. Tru--.tee*Agnes Labonte ex-  "���track and'field pTaciices. Scores are learn���  1  has 7, team 2 13, team 3 "2:., and team   421  _ _     :    IjlLSTRICT TRACK MEET.:  We have   .  "boon    havini;   many   practices   at   recess,  lunch   hour,   and   ir*   the   afternoons   and  alter  school.  Runners  havo  been  picked:  100 yd. dash: Tammy Brown, Yvonne  Campbell, Ross Fillion and Bryan* Scoul-  ar.  220 yd. dash*. Kim Fillion,'Geraldine  Bilcik, David1 Hyatt, Don Brown.  880 yd. dash: Kelley Mair, Tammy  Brown, David, Hyatt, Darrell Secular.  1-mile sprint: Geraldine Bilcik, Col-  loon Newick, Don Brown. Lome Reid.  Boys' relay learn: David Hyatt, Lorne  Reid,  Don  Brown, Rod  Tait.  CMrls' relay team: Deidre Kammerle,  Kristi Larson, Tammy Brown, Geraldine  Bilcik.  Spares: Carey Paul, Kerry Ward, Leah  Silvey, Mickey  Donley.  OUR FIELD TRIP. By Terry Reid, grade 4  Getting ready: II was May. UHh,'  Wednesday 1072. We were all at the  school at 7:30. Everyone was excited.  We all got on the bus and got arranged  into groups.  Under Way: We were now driving  along the Highway. We made a couple  of stops for kids and our teacher, Mr.  Bulmer. We sang and read until we arrived at the ferry.  Ferry Trip: We went off the bus on  the ferry and travelled up on deck into  groups. We played around on deck and  read. Then we got off the ferry at the  ferry  terminal in Horseshoe Bay.  Fort Langley: We travelled from  Horseshoe Bay to Fort Langley. We were  waiting at the gate. Then we went in the  big house. In it were four bedrooms,  quite different from ours. So was the  dining room and the kitchen. In the din-   wg room was  lho first  piano- in Canada--  vpio.-sod the opinion that many of the  aomments would not have* come in if a  signature was necessary. Oh the other  ��� hand many people did sign the forms.  The completed forms are being tabulated by high school students and 'a report will be forthcoming when this has  b.*i*n completed. ^ ���     \  Mr Hanna expressed his 7hanks to  the. parents^od because of the success of  tin:    project,    another    questionnaire    is  '.������mi* i.^mpiled  roe parents df elementary  school  siude.nt.s..  TRAVELLING   THEATRE  I .'nf I wo, lif. players presentation of  "The Red Slides" will he presented to  elemontar^srluiol students in Uu- i-hslrict  during   the  second   week   of  June.  The, fact that 'substitute teachers will  be required to replace Miss Johnson and  Mr. Doug Honeybunn while they are  performing in the play, led trustee Bernard Mulligan to query the cost to the  School Roanl. The board is paying the  Driftwood 1'layors $350 and providing  transportation for the set.'In addition the  board wiii provide bus transportation for  st,uolits from outlaying schools.  Mr.* Metzler explained that.the Holiday Theatre which used to present live  plays, in the district cost the board, close  to $1,000 ami in addition , chaVged 25  cents per' "student The' localjy produced  play will be presented free rif charge to  I hi* students. ^  Pointing out that there is very little  of a "cultural nature in the- area, trustee  Agnes Labonte suggested that the board  "base its judgement on how the group  performs. The. play will be presented on  Juno 12 and 13 at Gibsons Elementary  I'or 'Gibsons, Lanydale and Roberts Creek  students; June 13 al Sechelt for Sechelt,  Davis Bay and Halfmoon Bay students  and at  Madeira  Park  onMnne  14  unshine Coast Business  ���rectory  ACCOUNTANTS   W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714    Res. 886-7567  Harris Block.,, Gibsons, B.C.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHF.RS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  John  Bunyan  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  For    service   on    small    appliances,    toasters,  vacuums, etc. Drop-offs and pick.-ups at  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  art supplies;   DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame. Beads, Arts & Craft  .��� Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Clagges In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie  Street"- Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  and it. still plays. Then we went, in the  bastion and a real cannon was in it,. We  got on the bus and started to the Game  Farm. ' *'  Vancouver Game Farm: At the Game  Farm we had lunch. There were dogs to  hippos. We had fun there and saw lots  rrals: After awhile we loaded on the  bus and went into Vancouver.  Wax Museum: First we went down a  black hall with torches on the side. Then  we went- through the hall of fame and  saw Queen Victoria and many other famous people. Then we through Gasfown.  We saw Gassy Jack and gold miners and  lots of other things. Then we came to the  Chamber of Horrors. Everyppe was scared  and we could hear eerie 'UnUsic. We 'went'"  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic, products  Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMRdiTE CAR-GLEANJiB-^-  BUILDIIMG  SUPPLIES  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS.  Our Cabinet Units Are All  Prefiinshed  Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CHARTER  BOATS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser,  24'  Catalina  Crdiser.   Guides  available.   Local  ""'Experienced Skippers.'"���"'   Phone  Render Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial  Wirings  1 Phone 886-7816 V*  ���i-       ���       " ' ���-,  FUEL  V^ANADIAN  GAS & OIL  P.  ROPANE  LTD  - *���*,���.������   *���  Serving .Jhe Sunshine, Coast with reliable;*tind  economical Cooking.*- Heating and Hot- Wpter.  FREE ESTIMATES   ;       * 7/  Phone 885-2360 "      - �����#;'  Wharf and  Dolphin - Sechelt,  B.C.  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  e:  OIL STOVES, FURNACES. AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED    All Work Guaranteed ���-  COASTLINE SERVICES  "^~~~~�����cc>plete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798        Phone 885-2021 Sechelt, B.C.  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  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: 9i45 a.m.  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible ancl prayor 7;30 p.m,  '   Frldgy:" Youth Service���7:30 p.m.       PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  ���'Phoney*'*886-7T07   ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH:���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886.2201  HOURS:   Sechelt: Tues.-ThurS. 10 a,m,-3,p.m....,..,.  "T.Cl'O'a'.'m:-^  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p,m.  Fri. ,10..a,nl..6. p.m.  BLASTING  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park      *.  Phono 883-2274    ��� * '  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your   IMPfcRrAL bSSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  TORNACES^~  MACHINE SHOP  -PARKINSON-S-HEATING-LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���-all 886-2728  Complete line of appliances '.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.    -  Machine Shop ��� Arcand Aery Welding  -      SteelFabricatihg' ���'Marine W^iys  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 ���'fepefr.?"'and  parts; welding; sales; boot 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 Greek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for   _ ;���l.nnrlgrnping find Tyw   RETAIL  STORES  (cont.)  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST    ' -- *'--  FRANK  E.  DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HAIRDRESSERS  '-j*****1  PENDER HARBOUR  ' FULL GOSPEL  tMernacle h  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PIDLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH^ SERVICE���11 iOO A.M.  Pastor, Bey Walter"��. A��kraydy"7  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  rr_fttr  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (UndenomlqatlonQl)  Sunday School ���< 1 QsQO q,n?,  Church Sarylca rr* 11 si5 ni.nv  . Evonlria Sarylca 7)30 p.m.   PASTOR REV. S7CASSELLS  Pavli Bay Road and Arbutuj*  i^JJo5.kl,JpJj[8|ELttl_OT_d=  CONTROLLED BLASTING  *.    FREE ESTIMATES  FRED PONLEY  Pender Harbour^ 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ;'..; ALL WQRfc',FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Ted Donley     883-2734  '.."��� ii v '    * !������ *;-*ii=.-*-..  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Experf ^lasting  '     FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2304, L. C, lEmerson   II No Answer Lacwq Moanqgo at *  885-9326 i  R,R.  1, Secholt, P.C.  ITT^YW^LT-^^  Drywall and Te.xtiSfec' ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643 .���  %  Th<? United Church of Canada  :     SERVICES        '  St, John'* United Church �� Payl" Pay  ��� Sunday SorYloo*�� 9|30 a.m.  Robert* CrooH Onltod,  __ Sunday Sorvlcos - 2)30 p,m,  6lblOMUnltfd'ChMrch"':,"^*"*,"  Sunday Services - 11; 15 a,m, -      ;."  |��prt Mellon United  Sunday Services n 7)30 p,m,  (2nd and 4th pundqys)  ������'���'��� MinMnr' nnnn  Ray. Jim Williamson 7 Gibsons - 0B6-2333  ^*r ?^ ' .r^ ^"^ ^^ "yy__i  r  m<t\4n*49t,\mfmi  BfiTHEp BAPflST CHURCH   '.  :    Mcmaldand'Trallr>��liclt  Sunday School 10:00 a.mV, v  calyart-baptistt-chmrch^  BuJJtaadilfilbP--   <Mn)H*IM ���MO^mtHMM-MIlM *��� IMHHW ��l  ���m  , Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday Schooll 0:45 am.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  REV. ROBERT ALLABY. Paitor  (8QS*2QQ9)  A WARM m^COm AWAITS YOQ,  MMMMPi4-WMnMMM��-^^  -r ,���^ ��� ~~   ������     For All Your. Renovation,  .. *  Alterations-or Finishing Work  cqll  Cor ZMldoma  PHONE 883-2135  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  CUSTOM HOMES * PRE-FAP HOMES  Hloli Quality , , . Reasonable Prices  Duy q Package and aracr *4t'yournol-*, or got  our profosslonql help.  GARDEN PAY, P.C. - Phana "Jyoi," 003-^7^3  BUILDING SUPPHEIS  .lTr^r''i��'nffly^rr**!M*t'H*>*  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Pul dlnq Stora  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seavlow -' Phone 886-2642  ~^L~8rH~SWANSON~kTD.��~���  READY-MIX CONCRETE    Sand and Gravel - BacKhoos  Ditching i Excavations  OFFICE IN BENISER BLOCK  885-9666.  Box 172. Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885:9959  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloqrlna -.Excavations - Road Bulldlna  Grading - Fill ��� Road Gravol - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sochelt 885-9550  Land Clearing -.Road Building  Tree Topping > Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  " TelopHoiiiq 883-^417     R.R,  1, Madeira Pqrk, R.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  Bal Block  Next to the\ Co-op Store  Gibsons I 886-2322  SECHELT PEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  .Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C.      ,,      .,���  ,885-28)8  ���^'y*"l-*���"^'^*'i''r''.f;t''w'^  HEATING & SHEET METAL  , i       ���   ��� ��� ���       - ���-|���  -   OIL FURNlACES. STOVES AND HEATERS  ~AII~makos-Vacuumed,XlBanfid^naLRePi>iC��JJ   All Work Guaranteed  ~~~~~COASTLINE-.SERVICES~-.  Phone 885-2021  ������f  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tolt 006-2930 or 005-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,  ���* - Whun Renovating Or Spring Cleaning-"-  Contalriqr!�� AY("Ht"!"l"''  ELECTRICIANS  *<*   ���.������������������w ��������� ���������������������������������������^������Iiiii  -iwi^iiim'i ���*���'������������ ������"������'������   ACTQN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Induntrlal and Marino Wiring  Electric Hoat - Una Work  ?||0|<o~flft6r7A44���w*J-  Roildcntlal - Commercial �� industrial  hS|(yA ELECTRIC LTD.  Phono Day or Evo. 085-2062  '���  Fre,e Estimates �� fast Service1  G 8. ^DRYWAU  Drywall1 acoustic and texturiid, colllnQS.  Now sorvlnfls Gibson* area and.lho PonlnMila,  Phono 094-5315 {  w JMBW^MSyiraerl **  Box; 1��6, fort M��~lon�� B.C,  KiM*ltf)iqi<lit^tl|l1ll4i4IRi(|l��|.  ���i.Sfww**!*^* Jii-nf**,*  VA?   rrr "���"jim^m-ckenzir-  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978 r,  Pox 307, Socholt, B.C.  '+*>�� P-vt  HALL SH^ET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telophono 885-9606  Box 164, Secholt, B.C;  OIL FIRED >/ARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATEf HEATERS  "������������������    Nothlnfl Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumblna  Roy Blanche >-i8fl|3-2401  IROIMWQRKS    i'     .    '        .     ..,���������  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  .IRONWORK   ,  Phono 086.7029 - 006-7056 - 006.7220  FREG' ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE ~~           i in 'i   "i   "~ WalcomVirTlirFloqfshirio Coq&V  h^We sound  ^hitqr seryice,  Spoclallsta In Cloanlofl�� Floor Wqxlna  Spray But flno - Window Cloqnlnp  RUG SHAMPOOING  '  Phone 886-7131 "Gibsons, B.C,  PLUMBING AMD  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING 8. HOT  __��__l___J______l____^^  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets"  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AMD  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  * AJI 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  Gov/er Point Road  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS   & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832   &*__]*%  SURVEYORS  _^.  All Makes - AM WorkGudranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798   ' Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING      ~^  Gibsons  PlumBIng - Plpetlttlng - Sreamflttlnfl  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848   KtoiftTrrrAnBratlbm"^ Nev9~TMtallaticiWav:   LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING   ' - - - * LTD."-: ' - J'~��� ���   Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service   'Phono-885-9014   P.O. BOX 825 -- SECHELT, B,C  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.      Sales and Service'..- 886-9533  Everything  for the  Do-lt-Yourselferl  Also Paints ancl Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender  Len Coates     ������ .   Ray Coates  886-9533 886-9533  , RENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING b HPATING  PLUMHING - i-IYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and, .SERVICE WORK   .,  Gov't, Certified Plumbor  Phono 883-2720  Po��,63' * ...,v. ,', ^ ,4,,,(iV\acJQlra.. Park,,D.C,  RENTALS  A. C, Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Garden Boy. B.C.      Phono 883-2585  ,m<^- m^HI��%,bSs ��� I, HlrnH^Mr  BUILDING MAIHTENANCr ^  SpcclallKlnfl In:  Papor Hanqlpg' Iptorlor fi. Extorlor decoratlnj).  1       Rug C|eanlna7AII typos of Pulldl-nfl"   <  .Maintenance,-Floor Inttqllatl.  "PHONK 80��*,971 & AFTER 4 P.^,  Box 642 - focMt, B.C.  Your Business Card  ,   In this, space will  : reach, nteorly 16,00.0 pcoi  Low cost - High  power  ���t "���  "REHT IT AT"  '"'^^^THE'^RENTAL'SHOP--"���r  ��� ii,   ���   at'Davl* Pay  "Wo Ront or Soil Almoat Evorytlilno"  Typnwrllora - Lighting. Plants - . olovlslonu  Roto 'Hilars - Comonl Mlxorn -'Lawn Rakoa  Mochanlc'ri1 Tools ,.  PHONE QQ5.2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  ,     ...    AFTER HOURS 005-2161.  ���WETAIIjrS'HORES  �����riii tilri.|ln > HinHn '   T  -*rrt-  C 8. S HARPWARR  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  s^*^N*fW**^*^-*#����*^^ ���   -- -   -- - -      -- --   Phono 885-9713  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C" Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt. B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  -4-fBES-  TOWING   '"Scows"---  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAG8  -LTDir  Heavy Equipment Moving &* Log Towing  . . ..... .,,,., L. tftGGs'      ,.   Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  Household MPYlng, Packing, Storage   Packing Materials For Salo  Member of Allled'Vap Llnoi,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons/ B.C  SUNSHINE 7TR^N!fP6RT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  ' DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  .SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.   '  "  General Freight. Low-bed ��n���� heayy haMllnn  T.V, and RADIO  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  SECHELT, D.C.  TELEVISION -- APPLIANCES  AUTHORIZED  SALES ���. SERVICE    PHILCO-FORD. --, MOTOROLA  SPEED.QUEEN  ir"  SUNSHINE COAS,T T.V. SALES  fi, SERYICE LTD.  ,������..��� ADMIRAL  ELBCTROriOMB--'--.  and   ZENITH    DEALERS    ,  Gordon Oliver  '-    Ed Nicholson  In Tho Heart Of Dovynlown Socholt  Pqx799. Socholt  (   , .       885-9816  pLOSED ON MONDAYS  '  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  \\v  COASTAL TIRES  Sunthine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phona 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Availablo  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by. appointment only.  Agent.Jor Hermes Typewriters  PHONE 886-2728  ���-~ Rr��Dr~Thomasr6VCo  iwimpwwnrnwTm  mmwfimmnn  m\'ir\\ti\[\hn"im\.  THE TOGGERY  Ladles' and Children's Wear  Open six day* a week  Uin-,f,l��,.��e^i����"nonQ.fiMP^*ii��U04  ' ������ ��� ���*  7.  , CowrlQ Stroot., Socholt., <  UPHOLSTERY  (^.;Hin*iM^f**w^w m��i^  BELAIR CM5TOM MPHQI^TERY    ;  AND DRAPERIES '..,.:,  Rouphol��terlng �� Ro��tyllng.- CompleU C*rar��f>jr> .���.  ,     , Sofvlcp T_Sqmple����howp,l_. fha homo .���   Phon�� 886-2050 oHot 6. p.m. '  ot 886-2873 :  ^  t  it^ttullnilitttxrti.  ���V*  .-.".��� .1 tn  Poge A-4      Peninsula Times, Wednesday, May 31, 1972  %|<yWWtlO|illWMWMWUMUWIWMMIAIW-^  ^-_REAJJSIAIE_lCont.)  REAL ESTATE (conf.)  _,     _*v _- Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Ihe Peninsula /����eA. Gibsons - Fhone 88.6-7244 ��  Classified  AD-  S  ��� �������WVWW<����VMWlW,VWl��WWW%#W��,VWVWW��*<����Wf*��->M<W��WWWWWMVM����WVW<��l��V%W��VVl��W#lWn��VMV  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureae  ��t Circulations  Sept! 30, 1971  ���     Gross Circulation 2915      *  Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot Circulation, subject to audit,  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deoths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3,25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Area 2_$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00  yr.  PERSONAL (Continued)  LADIES   -   have   an   evening  of   enjoyment   and   book   a  Tupperware    party.    Ph.    885-  9333. -   8669-28  WISH   to  contact  Latter Day  -x���Saints member-Sr���Phc  2175 or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  EWART Mc/v\YNN  REALTY &. INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  --"3-ox  238,  Gibsons, "B-.C.  SECHELT: Mobile-.Home-As  new, fully furnished, close  to stores and Hospital, on sewers, water, power and on a  fully landscaped lease lot. AJ1  this dan be yours for only  $13,000.  GIBS'ONS: Here is a very at-  . tractive 2 bed. home just  waiting    for    a    new    owner.  Overseas  .$10.00   yr.  .$3.50  _$4:oo  ..15c  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   ���  Canada      Single Copies .   Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  ond other moteriol appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject~���4o������recourse     in     low.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at o wrong price, goods or services  . mny nnt he sold nnd the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising  is merely an offer to sell,  -and���may--be-'-withdrawn���at���-anytime. "���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  Viographical error, that portion  at the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasbfrable^aUo^gnce for signature, will not be "chargec^fSfr  b'-jy the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the ap-  piicuble-ttiicv���-^ ;  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous  ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.  Ph.* 885-9327.  8657-tfn  COAST CONTRACTING  1 Building - All types.  Roofing  -  Duaroid  Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  Painting -  Int.,  Ext. -  Res. &$  Commercial      "'  Concrete   -  basements  -  sidewalks - sea & retaining walls.  ^loor  covering  -  insulation.  Phone 886-7320  8056-tfn  OfSITUARY  HANSEN���Passed away May  25,, 1972, Laurits Peter  (Louie) Hansen of Sechelt,  B.C., in his 76th year. Survived by his loving wife Madge; 1 son Niels and 1 daughter, Mrs. Cathrine Nelson, Sechelt; 12 grandchildren; sister, Anna Neilsen, Red Deer,  Alta. and relatives in Denmark. The deceased was a  member of the Odd Fellows  Lodge No. 76, Roberts Creek  Branch and a member of the  Canadian Legion No. 140, Sechelt. Funeral service Monday, May 29 at 1 p.m. in the  chapel of Simmons and Mc-  Bride Funeral Directors,  idwav  at   Maple   St.   Rev.  Centrallyx located on a large  landscaped   lot.   F.P.  $20,000.  GIBSONS: Gower Point Rd.  Near new 3" bevd. A-frame  with basement and large sundeck overlooking Salmon  Rock. On waterfront lot and  ful!y serviced. ��his ean't last  long   at  $25,000.  GIBSONS BAY: Summer  home, 3 bed., fully, furnished within 150' of safe beach.  Can be bought with two adjoining waterfront lots. $17,-  000.  HOPKINS   LANDING:     Very  clean 2 bed.home on a very  nice  view   lot.   Half .basement.  A good  buy at $20,000.  GIBSONS: If it's a nice home  you  are   looking for  on  the  water, here it is.  Guest house,  flat lot etc. Please inquire.  ROBERTS  CREEK  AREA:  Large lot size 71 x 275 already cleared for building.  Good access. Potential view  property in secluded area.  Very moderately priced at FP  $3600.   Act   now   on   this   one.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Two  excellent, well located building lots on residential street.  Both lots are level and cleared. All facilities are available.  F.P.   $12,000.   OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK: Three  . B.R. log house, on large  level lot. All services available. Rustic stone fireplace, oil  heating. Close to beaches and  transportation. F.P. $15,000.  OFFERS  PENDER   Harbour   waterfront\  i'-ot.    Sheltered,,    deep,    very  accessible  to water making  iti-  ideal for a year round wharf.  $1-8,000 '-cash.   Phone- 886-7374  after 5:30 pjn. Write Box 708, ���  dibsons, P.C. 86^0-tfn  .   HOUSES   FOR   SALE  The Board of School Trustees  of School , District No. 48  (Howe Sound) invites bids  for the sale of a three bedroom house and a duplex  dwelling at Woodfibre. These  weie���btrrR���m���1-95-7   and   havo  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  SECLUSION and ericharkmenl  on  large  view   lots between  _ -Lake.and.sea on paved_r6ad in  Pender Harbo_ur. Suitable tor  multiple     dwellings.     Lowest  ��, prices $3,500 to $4,500, 10%  clown 8% interest. Ph. collect  883-2407   or   768-5659.   8658-28  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like   160 acres  v        near  Secret Cove  Well   elevated   property,  some  "ocean   views,   trails   and   light  WANTED TO RENT (cont.)    HELP WANTED (cont.) HELP WANTED (Continued)  been   used   as   teacherages.  Prospective purchasers who  may be considering moving  the buildings to a location  within the District of Squamish are advised to contact  the Municipal. Clerk of the  District of Squamish for further information  as to:  '. A. Areas to which the buildings   may   be   moved.  B. A stipulation that the  duplex is to-be converged to  a single farmly unit by the  buyer.  C. A stipulation that the  buildings be -brought up to  any   local   standard.  Prospective purchasers may  obtain a copy of the Form of  Tender to be used in submitting a bid from the School  Board Office, 37866 Second  Avenue, Squamish. Telephone  892-5228.  Bids will be received until  noon June 7th, 1972 by the  undersigned. A deposit by  certified cheque or cash of 25  per cent of the purchase price  must  accompany  each bid.  The highest or any tender not  necessarily  accepted.  F.D.   ROSS,        .  Secretary-Treasurer.  8664-pUb.  May   24,  31,   1972.  LARGE lot 80 x 268', Redrooffs Road. Potential" view  on paved road, power and  phone available. $3950. Phone  885-9654. 8534-tfn  limber. Lane access from highway    at    only   $67,500.    Some-  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.     8733-tfn  .OK RENT  SMALL    house    for   rent    on  North     Road.     Phone     886-  7626  or 886-9302. 8139-27  f) ROOM furnished house. Ph.  483-9829. "        4190-31  WEST SECHELT���2 bedroom  fully funrnished, auto oil  heat, close to beach.. Yearly  lease, reliable couple only.  $120 month. P.O. Box 366,  Sechelt,  B.C. 8650-27  TWO  bedroom  cottage,   available June 1, Redrooffs area.  $25 week,  (no running water)  Ph.  885-9816.      '" 9013-27  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  - SMALL   house   or   apartment  wanted   in   Gibsons   Village  for    single    lady,    reasonable  rent.  Ph.   886-2660. 9009-27-  MODERN 2-3 bedroom hc-me  in Sechelt from July 1st for  long term rental approx. $100  monthly. References. Phone  885-2826.    * . 9005-29  FURNISHED or partly furnished cottage or sjnall home  around Gibsons. Prefer waterfront but not necessary, year  round/Vbasis for reliable single  gentleman. Please write Box  739   (B)  Gibsons. 8157-27  i.  WORK WANTED  -RUSTTT^SS   marhinp   repair   &*.  service.   Phone   886-2728.  7993-tfn  PROFESSIONAL    saw    filing;  tool    sharpening.    15th    St.  and   Gower  Point   Rd.   Phone  886-2701. 8124r27'  ARBORITE or Formica counter tops. Professionally applied and ���"���guaranteed. Will  bring colour samples to you.  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn  Help Wanted, female  nrMi  PART - TfME    .employer ' for.  young, man.  General  duties,  $2   per  hour.  Phone   886-2121.  -   -    ���       "   &140-27  EXPERIENCED sidewinder  \ operator required for sorting ground. Pender Harbour  area.   Ph.   883-2523.        9015-27  HAVE   two   lots   suitable   for  Jo'w   rentals   'or   self-owned,  want contractor for joint project.  Phone 883.-2407:      8659-28  COME AND GET IT  6 WEEK old small male puppy.  P.,.   485-5400.       -.4185-30  *\  EXPERIENCED cashier with  knowledge of taxable merchandise. Apply in person at  Macleod Store, Trail Bay  Centre,  Sechelt. 9001-27  . OFFICE receptionist Must be  able to do dicta-typing. Reply   to  Box   4192   P.R.   News  stating qualifications  and  experience. 4192-31  HELP WANTED  B.C.  FOREST Service requires  tree  planters,  must be over  age of 18 years. Apply at the  Ranger  Station,   Sechelt,   B.C.  8766-27  Dennis      Popple,      officiating.  Cremation.  Flowers  gratefully  declined,   donations    may    be  -made to tho B.C,  Cancer... LSo-"  ciety. 9016-27  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled beforo  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at on*  nourly rate for the additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre. _ Starts.  Weds.  May  31   to  Fri.J\\atk,  2,   Chandler, 7sW��n*\ng   'WNflfe  ���XlUiS-Si^rifi^^  Tues.    Juno    (j,    Billy    jSck,  Warning:  ���-language**  swearing   &  course  8134-27  BIRTHS^  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  �����----��->WESTERN'''PRU6S---'----:  ,  .  .  is  plaatod  to  sponsor  thin  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Bast Wishes to tha happy  parants.  CARD OF THANKS  JACK ' W'lllJ��mK $ Jimmy  "Suronclo wir.lv Io than)-: those  who oniric In tholr holp whon  tholr bout ..���uiif.lil flru lant  Sttnclay iirtornoon, A spoulul  II)iim|5h lo Sammy Dlco who  pulled thorn out of tho water,  ���ll!H-:)0  PERSONAL  Y.(.)U   now   Imvo   un   Am way-  Oual.>i'    rtiMldln..    at    I lull'-  moon    Bay,   Phono   'IIW-DO'IO,  -lld'-wl IM hon-un I l��*"on��y-0'u  H7IJW.UH  TAU-fc���On'Hay~_24mr~t972;  Louisa Paul of Sechelt, B.C.  Survived by Johnny Paul and  her loving children Danny,  Vincent, Freddy, Larry, Michael,     Tony,     Dwayne,     and  .Sharon; 1 brother Herman; 2  sisters Mane and Margaret  and many nephews and nieces. Rev. A. R. .Simpson OMI  conducted the FunerafTtais  on Monday, May 29th. Interment Sechelt Cemetary. Harvey   Funeral   Home,   directors.  9006-27  REAL ESTATE  PENDER HARBOUR  Modern   4   yq.ar   old,   5   room  basement    homo    on    large  ,viow   garden   lot,  Sep.  dining  v .om, w.iII to wall rug, within  walking, distance .all ...,.aer,y'ces.  Tii   Mucrerra���Pa^c--T\-si��n_��-  $">,00Q  down, .bal.   by  A/S.  Beautiful     Marina     Site     in  , choice   location   of   Madeira  Park, Level wllh over ('GO' of  waterfront,  ~jack-Noble-883-270-U���  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.  036-7202 '    ���������������������*'���-'  07(53-27  LOT I'or wale by  owner,  Secholt  Village, $4,000.  Phono  000-2077. 0.041-27.  3 FIVE ACRE BLOCKS  within Village, of Socholt  Elevated,' future 'vlaw property, undeveloped beautiful location, Went Porpoltto Bay,  $0,000 oach,..(.uim. .Phone. ����")��  00(54 oi- Write Box 310, Socholt  JVC. IKIlO-tl'n  SOAMES  POINT:   Three  B.R.  view home on Marine Drive.  Newly      decorated      interior.  V.ry    rinse    lo    an    excellent  beach and handy to Langdale .    ^ n  ~i'���     a/-.u    *    a r. u *     ��� ���'      at only $17,500.  ferry. A-0 heat, A-E-hot wat- J  er"7 22U'"wiring;  Irrufierliate-occupancy.    A    pleasant   family  GIBSONS:   On   fine   view  lot  in centre of town. 3 bdrms.,  lge.  living  room, cab. kitchen,  ���W-Wr-B-t  DUPLEXES  2 lovely duplexes in the heart of Gibsons on nice flat  land, close to Post Off-ice..,and shopping. Nicely landscaped large" corner lot. One unit has 2 bdrms7suites,  and one unit has two one bdrm. suites. This is a  terrific revenue property. For appointment to view and    detai I s.  K.  A. CROSBY  CHARLES ENGLISH  LTD. -  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  NEARLY 4 ACRES  886-2481  Quiet���surroundings���is���the-  theme for this  very charm-  home in a very  desirable  re-    ing   5   room   home.   Spacious  sidential    area.    F.P.    $15,500.    living room has fireplace and  Offers  considered.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Special  ~-���offety^I-n*vest-men*t^pi^peKtjSw  2 B.R. house on a very large  level lot'(100 x 125 ft.) Fully  s-^wrcdT-nirw^-sewe^-^H^-feid-r-  Immediatc posession. F.P.  $10,000. All reasonable offers  considered.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE  886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prevyer 886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  open to dining room. Step-  saver cab. kitchen with adjoining breakfast roo^m. Lar^  "flrnshe^TeT!��Toom^aF^ro^  level entry from carport and  drive. Hobby roOm, and scads  of storage. AToIOurnace with"  air conditioner. Excellent  terms  on   $31,500.  Older type home on desirable  view property close in. A  lot can be done to up date for  a dandy family home, Excellent terms .on $LI,000. F.P,  Retiring?   Be  sure to see  this  little 4 room gem. Good location,  2 bdrms., cab, kitchen  and    charming    living    room  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  "NOTARTTd me^"NB--A^PR'AI SALS  Gibsons, B.C. "    "     886-2481  Ron McSavaney    886-9656     with   storage   end.   Full   price  , Box. 23fl.v.Gibsons..,.B.C.  77 0,flly  $17.500*>'���h   too-  ;-i-^-inin**^^  5.3 ACRES, Shaw. Roud, Gib-  aons    Village,     [>    minutes  walk   to  high  school,  $10,000,  Phone  880-9001   evenings,  8508-tfn  BY   OWNER,   Lot   on   lower"  Roberts  Crock  Road.  Sorv-  lcos available: $4,500, 985-2277.  8005-27  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-2000  MULTIPLE   LISTING  , SERVICE  8130-27  LOVELY IS THE WORD for this place on Gower  Point Road. House delightfully positioned in acre of  landscaped grounds is owner built, nothing was spared  to achieve perfection. Large living room with fireplace, modern kitchen, 3 bdrm., lots of storage space,  . Across .the front sundeck, lower floor has rec. room,  kitchen, bathroom and another bedroom. This place  must beseenlo be appreciated, Full price $42,500  good terms.  A 2 BDRM HOME for only $13,500, sounds impos-  sible but; it'sThofT-Large L,R,, ��� with F.R,?,kitchterj,vyith  dining7"uTiTity''room, on'"vTSW^mf^are^^  Dominion Lepse Land,  Ideal  for .retirement without  "buying'the'land.' " "          "   ailiSONS   -:   Ono'    houroonv  homo,, beautiful view $11,000  '.qnauiwaiMjiui^^  Oil". **���*>*"*  fH MacGREGOR ^PACIFIC REp  Bok'799, Glbsonv-BXr^wVa^  "SERVING-THE SUNSHINE.COAST"..,   .     ���.,,,        *.     -  LANGDALE   ��  Spectacular vlow, largo building lot. 8Q'x200\ Could  .ba subdivided, 2 lots, Owrior most.gn^ious tp sail,  F.P. only $8,000, Spmo terms,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA   ,,  WATERFRONT-r-Cqhln &   IpQ' (loop moorogo In Bargain  Day.  "Sunny u��|)om<iu ft, qmutuh trow  .f.19,500 Qtik  --,.WATEIiFRQNT*-~.l.fl9,prlvq|q,&.un).|)o|lo(l qcro's nonr Secret Covo,"   (Wootl liny)  Powlblotorrm. $13,5007"     ~'" " ~  WATERI-'HONT���HonulKill lovol loi wllh sunny nxposOrn on Bar-  aa|n Bay, No hlt/llB, No rocKa, No building prablurrtA. Thin Pno'ft  a'ruby ot $13,000,  S  LAKI'FHONT ACRliAGH-.DiuliicI Lul 3'?93-r.|-|o�� 1200' un Gordon I'ay Unkg, nnd iWQO* on Mi^nl Uako. Ownoi1 will cul, In half  . ,   . aiul hull. hfliHiiMlMlv.nl,Jl; 1,000 iioiotiOj,  VIKW. hSTA'I'li���-ll)U0.,bi|..,lt,..,,ionthui.. oil n��w. I In,, '_ hui|iooniii.  flroulaci^nvthwMwt^^  bundock ovorJ.ooklrip''MploM->��no Stral) mimlsili) \mwi\y < Iwintkh.  Iiuj!' or�� Inclii'doii; Sftii on 12 Idvply* woodod ncmH wlllv 1300' high-  woy fronlagki, Incomo ijowiblllllnh from 2 cnblni, and a woll nlockoi/l  nwchlno ��hopP Tho prlco Is |uM $3?,750:0p on"��jf>ot1iinfm&/'A  SPECIAL FOR KIDSI Horo'i o.mighty nico 2 bodroom fiosfft boanv  .--homo with 2 additional bodrooms In |)rlohl Ixwpmonl. Lovoly ylow  of *tro1irfrv?m-llvlng,>opm, kltchon and sundock,"Thoollfurnaco  U olmosl now antl ilwo'TW'W^  ,    oxploro, Bolter havw o look , ,,' |l'�� only-> 14,700,  CALL "JOCK HERMON AT 983,2745 (Any|l,ma)'  "L'   " \cHARLB5JilSQ-LI5fl'ttlMlJEP      "I"'  mmmlmwimtowiw{.mw  SEDvTA^PA'RK  <fmtefammMtywwtti��tm  Brand now 4 bdrm. horno on ,larg<? 96' view lot, Full  1500 sq, ft, unfinished basomont. Largo kltchon, wllh  loyoly wood pab|nots_ lazy susdn,Qtc,'Wal^-wql^ca^pO,t���,  In all bodrooms, and living room, 3oa*'CiflfOI,Tfi'a'fchbcJ  paneling In spacious, living room & dining aroa. Ono  and, a. half baths,(colbrodplurdblng) rOMghacl Jn for  -HutHro'bathropm-Jn'^  mont(,On pavod,road,,hydro,..wqt'Pr���Qt',c.t.X,PM.,,<;a.n'.t'",GPl  lho'prlco df only $2^,500,00;"EXcollant down pay-  'mont, ancflorms, Coma In and pick up,a brpchuro  lolling all abpul put'qhpslng a hpi,TtQ wllh GoYornmonl  assistance,  ' ' GIBSONS'" "" "���'" "2 * ���:������"���   ,.Spociaculai:j/icw.j.iQrQ*j'dtlL^  ,���jaaJJ^adjkiJ^r^^  ' '   '         r GIBSON'S���VIEW"    ' '   'r   ''  Boaufiful vlow lot; central GlbsonB;sP,IV$4S00.00,  -WATERFRONT*  Glbsoni Central,   Lov<|l to beach, on all sorvlcqs,   pqyod inroad7 excellent,  holding   proporty, .Asking;  -���������',.     .t'7,700,00---Tryiyouroliors,  -���'"������ ������ i ��� ' - ..'<�����. .�������� iI..IMII. ,..-.,....  Lorrlo- Girard: 886-7244 or, 886-7760 ar  :"' V'.'Slilrloo"Janowskyi" 88,6^7244 or 886-2353  WATERFRONT���In the heart of Gibsons Village, in  mj^e business area( 50 feetP|, choice waterfront ready  "" f q r "In^v^B^sTiTi^s^'*^ evo 1 op FrT^^ tT^XH" IS**" 1 s"a"*^r e'a l~lnvest-���  nnent.  F.P, $11,000. Terms arranged.  WATERFRONT. Georgia Bluff���-Seclusion is the word  for this'lovely home with a largo private black topped  court yard, on  beautiful   landscaped  lot with   112  ' feet of vvaterfrpnt overlooking Howe-Sound; The house  stands out with its-many ���������.extra feaWos including  on-sulto plumbing, 2 sun docks, window walls, recrea-   4ion,r6pm,.w/w.,carpets,Sca this on 'terms of $15,000  tldwh'at'F^Prtof $-48;500.  Lots at Roberts Creek Lower Road 70x110 on Metcalfe Road, close fobeacl^,all sorvlcos in ready for  your summer cottage. F,P, $5,000, 71 .  Largo t?uItcjli^g Jot,, cJqqrod, somo fruit-troos, Cornor  lot, all sorvlcos Including sowar", "65 By 120, oho block  from shopping centre, transpprtatlon, otc, This typo  "^df^tbt^l^scarO^atnhe'prlce-o^^OQOr���*-~-������-����^��-----^w����  On Hwy. 101 near Madeira Park. 3 BR home with carport, oil  furnace, oak floors, fireplace, partial basement. Purchaser could  possibly divide into 2 lots���one with 150 ft. rocky waterfront and  an exceptionally good view and the other with house; and good  gardening   area.    Immediate   possession.    Asking    $35,000    with  $12,000 down.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  10 Motel units (all electric)���^ with cooking facilities, office with  living   quarters  for   manager.   Approx.   800  ft.   on   small   lake, _  approx. 200 ft. on Ruby Lake with floats and launching  ramp.  Price now reduced to $75,000 with $25,000 dqyvn.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake,  road & creek  through property and an old house which could be  rebuilt.  Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.     .  ~RUBY LAKE  119  ft.  waterfront   with, float and   furnished cottage.   Complete  With   running   water,   bathroom   and   serviced   with   hydro.   Full  price $21,000 with terms.  IRVINES LANDING  3 BR home, large view lot, close to marina and boat launching.  Overlooking   famous   Lee   Bay   fishing   grounds.   $13,000   with  $6,500 down. - "  APPROX.  152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  $13,000 down..  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx.  1 %..acres each. Only a'few  hundred ft. from Marina. Each priced at $10,000���Terms.  6 B.R. WATERFRONT HOME���$42,000  With 103 ft. waterfront on over 1 acre at Garden Bay. Lots of  floats.  Adjoining  landscaped lot has 211   ft. waterfront on over   ?   nrrr-i  nnd   i'.  n*'i*,lnl4a-"t1'1   fhP  hniisfi for a  total  price  of  $70,000. ���  GARDEN  BAY  290' Rocky Waterfront, deep moorage, priced at $16,000.00 cash.  ���    ONE THIRD OF FISHER ISLAND  35Qj_-water4ront-Eamo.us__Le_e Boy, Pender Harbour.   Best solmon  fishing area. Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P. $16,500 with  % 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  $4,500  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  1,68 acres���pn Highway 101, ono mllo from vlllogo,  size 130,by 563, all services, real,value here for prlco  of ,$6,6Q0 or offors,    ,  WATERFRONT. Beautiful landscaped aero with pond  and stroam has 145' of.lovol boach, nico troes,and  Mov(9l^3*bGdrPPm*home-wlfh-FiPrandvfanta5tlc*vlew,-  Good "moo,r|ng ��� for largo and srpalI craft, *$52,000  F,p, soma torms,  GIBSONS VILLAGE, Largo home with beam,colllngpd.  .(lYlno room and jargof ,P, ]^ basomonl with soparala  ,��i.j.:qncu, JiQ' of gWl wqjorfroni qiicl soul horn ox-  jjosiuro. Urind ybur oilers on $-jIS.OtiO )\l\  front lot with ��*.woGf)lnp vlaw.; and access,'lo lovaly  beach. Prlcpc) lo soil at !f. 10,500,  '"  gower point ARtATtaririHsrmo^so'rYrQwr  Close lo lovoly boach and known salmon aroa, $5,0,00  and $6,000 only, -��>  _i i #ni !,����� m *w"��# hh pi.i  , Wo||, bwilt pgrtlally. twrnlfihod 1460 sq, ft, 2 B,R, homo, w|ih  basomont and tho host at oyorythlhg.? full bdlhroomii, flroplaqo;  hot, water lioallog, claublu. carport and patio. Rovonwo po^lblll-  11 o:i frorp, older bulldlnpa on proporly,  ,f.39,750  with  $15,000  clown;     '  ' ���  VIEW LOTS^GARDEN BAY  Vory largo park-llko lots oyorlooklrla Pondor Harbour, Priced, from  ���.��,������__���,,$5/ooOi^(gpjjgj^t|^     .������,  ���   ���   . WATERFRONT LOTS     '  75 fi  $16,500  133 ft, A���..w.t��� $19,000���,  1 275 ll,  90 fl,  10,500  ,    00 ft  $18,500  SMi ACRE���JPHNSTONE ROAD    '"  McKlulm Pork���Gonlly'Moplncr, nlcoly (recti |pt, $6;soo qn^h,  ���;   ��������������� oX'VlWllOME  -NttULMuitolLqJ^JE^  Im iTmlloIii |7i'i'wioQi7jTr...  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000. with $13,000 down,  LAGOON ROAD '      ,/ '  4 very good building lots. Easy walking distance tp-school and  .-stores at Madeira Park. Watch foV our signs optriese lots . . .  $6,000 each, with only $l,000/tbwn.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 BR furnished home on large view lot. Close to marina,  boat  launching and famous ,Lee Bay fishing grounds.   $15,000  with  $7,500 down.  PRIVACY���GARDEN BAY LAKE  Copiforrablo 2 B,R, house, fully furnished on extra  largo park*  Qjt^at^orJuQJ^  ��� 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.  400 FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN HARBOUR  ^.Doluxo^6P^l.J2^.i_niobJ)p__^ho_tT_(0^,j_pounted . on concrete and on  approx, 1,400 sq. ft. woll '^ofwYru"cto3'~(iiiiWlng^eaSIly^convortied"**  Into a vory nice homo (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe, pool room���-recreation room), Landscaped, Float, ond  private marine ways, Many opportunities for development or just  a real hlco place to llvd. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  $20.00(fdown.  FURNISHED HOME���IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortablo>3 B,R, vlow homo on largo |pt, Good gardening. ,  soil, .Closo to marina and.boat lauochlnp,.;$25,000 .with terms, '  EARL COVE~RESTAURANT  , At Earl Covo Forry Terminal, tho bost location on the Sunshine  Coaut. Proporty,";bilslhoss'ppd equipment for sale, or would,loase  business and oqulpmont,'  ;   ImrIn^^^  Earl Covo���marina, ,moto| or subdivision silo  adjoining  forry  terminal,  Approx.  51 acros with 'approx,  850  ft.  waterfront;  1,300 ft.,on Hwy, 101, Full prlcg $75,000 with $30,000 down.  ������ :��� ......:.' *4....- SAKINAW4.-.LAKE ,, ,   13,0 acros, nicely trood land wllh approx, 350' Choice Waiorfront, Asklnp $40,000,00,  "/OO;  MOBILE HOME.SITES  Sovoral |o|w qyt-llahlo,  ���mir*.  "Wr.^.w^.wt.1, y**j.  LISTINGS���WANTED  .  >    *i >  K,  A,  Crobbyi ���BB6-209B -  J.   E, ,Whlto, 806r2��;3S  '       J,,Vl5Sor 8B5-2300     ��� ..  ��M"ljyjlilj��r-yl��w.ond wnlorfront Iota In lho,PPiV<",rjigjlio��;rj__r^pQ  OlllSIIIii  REALTY I.TD,  Madeira' Park, B.C.,  Phono Pcndbr Harbour 883-2233 \  \  7  V*  .tes,-  \R.  -a-^wMaj;^, s.\ *,�����?���  V  JJ.  fOUND  BOATS & ENQIN1S (Cont,)    BOATS ���& .ENGINES tCont)     LIVESTOCK (Continued) ^insula JAme^j^^.y. '^^^j-j^!-^-    i-ECU* .(f ofttiftuaU  r.MALI,  (ran*-.,  radio  found- at  .. n.ud.w   Par};.   Pl'i.  ���tRf.-T.T97.  -llf'.ti :u  *"|'>H   sale   H   .r.,  slprcral'l     hoat  t'S*.     ividtdi','-   as  ii   ins.   San__,-  and  ;trailer,  is'  1 PAIR boy7. tflasses and oasc  found at corner-.of Mans.m  and Uunran. Name "Goi-die"  on frame, black case. Rlv. 483-  9385. 4191-31  BOATS & ENGINES  S3;".i\  2.\-\l  apply    (lonlif*.    I'I  ���a ht'ct  ���FOK SALE -  Hi'  clinker, half-  cabin.     5-_>     HP     outboard.  $250.   Pone  883-2527.      9012-27  12 IT.. CUSTOM 'made plywood boat, newly painted.  10 II P. .Tohnr.on motor wiih  5 r;al tank'. Trailer, new life  lacl'.et--, Pnre $375. Ph. 885--  fi(7ia.   Tan   be   seen   at   RCMP  riffic,    Sechelt.  22'   CABIN   cruiser.   120   hp.  inboard,   blue:   Ph.\ 4R3-3G44.  4188-31  18     FT.     plywood     outboard  boat   with "TomplPte   canvas  top.   Can   be   seen   at-  Garden  Has*, full price $550 or nearest  107U) FOTiD Mavprick, fi cylinder, standard, red, clean,  one \i\vn.er, new l;ia11er>', new  e\haus't\svstem, new tires. Recent tune-up, includes 7sVt-  snow tires, $1,70(1 or best offer. 885-235,1 or 885-22(>G. Ask\  for   Bryan. 8632-27  WANTED���"B" Trailer about  30 ft., sleep 2, reasonable.  Write IiIrM Rean, Prior Road  Farm, General Delivery,  Lund'. PC 8769-27  P.ARRF.1.  ra<  inii  and    roftl  np;  elm j,* "M  , r   ut  >..*  ,*. l     ���.���,, i    -.'. .  -)(  of    .Ilils*.  r-Y.r  ilif*  .rnVivWor\ * ���*  -.u  i'ti'.ri SI503.  .'.'. <*/,'.'  J!)  PETS  FREE to good homes, puppies  and    part     Persian    kittens.  Ph.  885-2080. 90.14-27  FOR SALE  877?-27     offer.   Ph.   883-24l'6.       8585-2']  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  - Commercial -  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast apprais'al  service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVER-WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  iincoast  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT,  B.C.*  885-2241  ESTATES LTD  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  SECHELT VILLAGE  Waterfront  lot  80x120.  Treed.  Sandy  beach.  Steps  to  launching  ramp  and  marino.   All  services  available.   F.P.   $12,500.00.  Call  Jack Anderson 885-2053 or Stan Anderson 885-2385.  SERGENT BAY  2V2 Acre lots. Both treed with good road access. These are Zone  2 lots so trailers will be permitted. F.  P.  $3,950 <?&ch. Call Jack  Anderson 885-2053 or Stan Anderson 885-2385.  BLUE Lady���24 ft. Attcrafl  with full house type cover,  Command and lower 1'i.iitirnV-  Olds V-8 with. Warner gear.  Head, tape deck, \a\. of equip-  ment-.-NpexlsT-aTnt. $4,700. Dry  stored at Madeira Marina,  Pender Harbour. Phone 883-  220(5. 8662-28  15V  CHRIS  Craft,  cathedral  hull, fulK-top, $995. Madeira  Marina,   Pender  Harbour,   ph.  883-226C. " 8663-28  14'   F,G.   boat,   good   as   new,  with' brand  new 4 HP Mercury outboard, for sale. Phone  886-7351. , 9004-27  KT.NG*F.R  ele-r'lric  hole    sunt  $�����.).  Ph'. '?.  Sew'ng      Machine,  poind'!?       Hiitton  oilier    atia. timent".,  77, 'Jo45. 8775 27  IP YOU don't tind it here . . .  come  to   the  Auction.   June  1(1,   Robert1.   Creek   Hall.  8(171 28  FOR SAjJ (Ca<it"ti^ed) ^  lil'bTB.lk   Tramps   01   an   nes-  r'.o<(..Vna    v\\av     he     ..hihincd  "it 'I'hATime.".. Phone 885-9(554.  Quick service on all orders.  PATTERSON'S popular books',  now in papqrbacks^Buffalo  Head $3V95; Finlay's Rher  S3.95. Also at News Books &  Stationery, Sechelt ��� Grey  Owl's Tales of An Emptyx  Cabin; Men of the Last Frontier; Pilgrims of the Wild. If  you are looking for Canadians -���- Children's Books --���  Hobby Books '������ Gardening  Bi.olrr  F.QR   SAL��  (Cofttinufed)  (XSKl)  preen  che-.ter.fie  7 un*  crib.  Phone  till.1".-9551).  collate,   use.   $40  thi;ee-wa.^     snow  good  Used  suit  .,** r r   f)r.  o 1 :>:>-��� 1  MOTTOF   TQ   CRRDTTQRS  I*l77ite of Edward Black .oka  Edwin .1. Black, deceased!  late oT R.R.  No: L  Davis  Ray,  LEGAL NOTICES  v  FORIIN07I  LAND   ACT  Cool:���Rooks - - Reference Books���Paperbacks, Try  News Books 8. Stationery  (Tunes Office) Sechelt. Phone  885 11654. 87711-28  LARGE. Admiral   fridge.. $100;  Gurney   combination   oil    and"  propane   kitchen    range,   $50;  large    oil    heater,    reasonable  olfer^Phone   885-2096.  4 '9010-27  MUST   SELL   25"   color   T.V.;  30" electric r^nge, 40" electric range.  885-9684.      8751-28  REPUBLIC   hot   water   heater  120 V.   1500 W. 30 U.S.  gall  $60, used   1  month,  still under  'guarantee.   Ph7 8R5-9868   after  6  pm. 9008-27  SPEED Queen automatic washer, $100.00.  Phone 886-2500.  8135-27  14   FT.   Runabout   and   trailer  with   9.9  h.p.   electric  starting     Chrysler    motor,   Phone  885-9772. ' 8630-27  CARS & TRUCKS  SELMA  PARK  75' view building lot. Easy terms. F.P.  $4,750. J. or S. Anderson  885-2385 or 885-2053.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME  PLUS  EXTRA VIEW LOT  2   bedroom,   full   basement.   22'   L,   Room,   W/W  carpet.   Large  family kitchen   Stove & fridge included. Realvalue $22,500 F.P.  J. or S. Andersoiji 885-2053 ��� 885-2385.  MARINA SITE���GARDEN  BAY  295' Waterfront. Marine Ways. Water lease. Floats etc. 2 Bed-  room  cottage   with   suite ^n   bsmt.   Real   volue   $45,000.   Terms. v  J. or ST Anderson 885-2053 or 885-2385.  INVESTORS:  10 acres plus  42x72 cement block  hay barn  on  poved   road  &  community water. Close to Gibsons. Shoos.  R2 zoned. Call  J.  or  S. Anderson 885-2053 or 885-238.5.  VIEW FRONT. LOTS  We  have  a   large  selection   of  nice  view   lots  on  the   Sunshine'  Coast.   Call   us  now   for  that  Recreation  or  Retirement   Ipt.   Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond-885-2241 or 885-9683.  1963  RAMBLER  Classic 4  dr.  sedan,   good   condition.   Offers.   Ph.   885-2198. 9011-29  1960 DODGE half-ton pick-up  with plywood canopy, $400  or best offer. Phone  886-7682.  8635-27  1970   NOVA   4   spd.   standard  350   cu.    ins.   $2200.   Phone  collect     112-483-3063    after    6  p.m. 8767-29  1955 GMC truck and camper  in A-l condition, no rust out.  Also 1963 Merc, pick-up in  good shape. Phone 886-2441  after 6 p.m, ��126-27  MOTORCYCLES  BRONZE hot  water tank, -$75,  ideal for camp. Ph. 988-1751.  9002-27  i\>& -LETTERHEADS, S��vel  opes, stalemt.nt.5, invoices,  and all comm-ercial printing  contact the Times office at Se  r-helt   nr   .ihone- 88.S 9B54  MARINE ACCESSORhES  Paint���;Fibreglass���Ropfe���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Cornpressed  air serv.tce  NYGREN SALES  (1971) .LTD.  Phone 888-93Q3. iGibsons. B.C.  -48"  "Young"  log  grapple,  ex-  ceHent   condition,  $800.   Ph.  883-2454  after 5   p.m.  8645-27  REATTY    frost     free     fridge.  $200. Phone 885-283.1 of 685-  ,9868.        ., * 9003-27  3 BRITISH India rugs in pastel green, carved borders  and flora! borders. Excellent  condition, 10 x 14; 6 x 9;  It x f>. All matching. . Phone  J.i.r. 9685. 9007-29  ROX . hum Wah Wall, new,  $20. Companion T'Vzz box,  new, $15. Fender deluxe reverb amp, .excellent condition,  $125.   Pli. 885 9651. 8758-28  VARIOUS size wood-framed  windows, some with casings,  one glass door plus two doors,  roll up bamboo drapes. Phone  886-7085. -    8138-27  ���NOTICE OF  INTENTION^   TO APPLY  FOR   A  DISPOSITION   OF  CROWN LAND  In   Lane1.   Recording   District  of Vancouver. .     -     ���  Ta-ke notice, that Judith M.  Cutler *& Barry K. Cutler of  Powell River. B.C.. occupation  Physicians, intends to apply  for a lease of the following ,_,  described   lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the Southwest corner of  D.L. 1499, Group 1. Lot D,  Plan 8958, District of New  Westminster, thence 250 feet  South; thence" 100 feet East;  thence approximately 250 feet  North following shoreline to  point of highwater mark;  thence of commencement; and  containing approx. one half  acres, more or less.  The purpose  for which  the  disposition is rer.uired is construction of boat mooring fac- .  ilities.  B. K. CUTLER  Dated   May   15,   1972.  4169-pub. May 25, June 1, 1972  Secholt,   B.C.  Creditors and other having.,  claims against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them Ndulv verified^ to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 1^  P. C , before the* 12th day of  Jiih, H.7'.\ after which date  lhe asirMs -ot tlie *.aid Estate  will 'he .ii-tcihritecl,- having re-  ijar.l  only  to  ri-um'-  that   h.'.f  ���st time  l.een received.  .CLINTON  *      PUP.LL1  8771-pub.  May  21.    1972.  W     FOOTF,  TRUSTER  31, June 7,  14,  Please Follow Smokey's  diss's  Always hold  matches till cold.  ��� Be sure to  drown all fires.  Crush all  smokes dead out.  gm��_  Two hours away from the city,  in the centre of the Sunshine  Coast, is one -hundred acres of ".  woodexl wilderness: Redcoofs  Estates.  Here you can find your summer  ^place.  Choose your lot. Then enjoy.  The  woods,  the  water,  the  Reaches.  Lots are large. Everything is near.  The bus goes by daily.  And all roads are paved.  For more information, clip this  coupon or call:  Larry Reardon, orM. Fletcher at  683-8411  Tell,me more.  Name   Address-.:   Mail to:  BELL-IRVINC* REALTY LTD.  1199 West Pender  Vancouver, British Columbia.  -V*  ���72 SUZUKI 90 cc. Exc. cond.  3,000  miles.-Asking $375  or  best   offer.  Ph.  485-5741,       . 4187-31-  .CALI7 Ryan   at   886-2952   for  Alder cut  to desired  size.  8672-28  LIVESTOCK  UNBELIEVABLE  But   True-^-  at    The    Times    Bookstore,  Sechert���See the new OJympic.  -Electric Adding Machine. Just  5 ACRES���GIBSONS.  Partly   cleared   with   nice   400   sq.   ft.   dwelling   on   it   for   only  $10,000. Easy terms. Call Suzanne or Len Van Egmond 885-2241  or 885-9683.  WATERFRONT HOME  West Secholt panoramic viow. Southern exposure!" on large lot.  Private, nice tvyo bedroom home. Priced at only $29,900, Terms.  To view call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  TWO Shetland ponies, one 4  year-old-^stud;���one���7,-y ear  old mare in foal, both very  gentle. Sale or swap for one  big horse. Can be. seen at  Alf Lajlar, Kent Rd., Francis  Peninsula,   Madeira   Park.  8773-27'*  HORSES    boarded,    excellent  '     care.   Ph.   886-9893.     8760-27  .$99:50. Limited number available. Ph. 885-9654.  ,]F   .IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  8;15-93307 Sechelt, B.C.  889��-tfn  WHITE enamel garbage burner for sale, $45. Phone 886-  7437 8774-27  WHY    NQT   .get    acquainted  with   the   little ..visitors   in  REGISTERED   %   Arab  Gelding.   Green,   broke, '.    years  old.  Phone  886-2051.     8762-29  HOBBY FARM  Moclorn home with extra 1152 sq. (I. lhat could be.maclo Intp o  nice duplex. On 3 choice acres with nici; view. Largo heated  shod with 85 chinchillas, a 4  car garage,  traclors,  small truck,  t09ls,7srnal|  qn|malsr chickens.* ducks, ���ocese.r"pigs.';.'ond-':'flootsr  Fullyr equlppoTCoTuTTjTsulj^^  soon to bo appreciated   Call Suzanne Van Egmond 885-224 1   or   ., '885-0683, ,   REAL showy rqg. Quarter-  horse mare 14.3 hds., dark  chestnut, 4 speks and blaize.  Perfect family hqrsc, in foal  to Blackbui;n 3 Bars for 1973  foal $650. Will board 30 -days  free, Brushwood Farm', Pratt  Rd., Gibsons. Phono 880-2100  aflcr  (I   p,ni,, ���;��70B-2��_  CHICKS���Paymaster Ff. 1, Red  your garden with the help ot  John Rodgers, Birds of Vancouver $3,50 or the colourful  Birds of North America, $4,50.  Learn about the edible plants  of British Columbia just 50c.  Or try edible mushrooms of  B.C. $1.00, All available at  Bopks .and'. Stationery in Sechelt. Phone 885-9654. Located at. ffhe Times office.  8056-27  LA'^NG'HiMis for' sale, lar..e  brown .-birds, *$1 each. Phone  /���**�����  electric  , ,,..qroMH, white LeghoriiH, white ,w>..237�� .after, ��, P.m.,... ''7(l4r,27���  ^Ro��J<hv~0kI��i^  prices. Nuplor Hatchery 22470-    ALDERWOOD,   mil   to  order,  04th   Ave,   R.R.   7,, Langley,       Phone H8B-2304  ir*  no reply  '"  ii,C7 534-0208,       ' A  7840-trh    phono"'"88B-I).32fl.     '   8037-tfiV  If you have decided to install electric heating in your home, you're undoubtedly  looking forward to enjoying the kind of comfort and dependability that comes with  the,most modern system, available. The .Key ....fa.el.Qr.:. of, course, is .the. Installatipn.  That's why we recommend lhat you ask your builder or heating contractor to Install  it to Medallion standards.  T  ^hB"~Bl e clr I cnl ^Irrd tTst ry nptt1^7e-a rtr^ (--^^ImjTtj  -j���������  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  tnr  Office 885-2235  From Vahcouvcr Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  PITCH & PUTT, ........ No. 2508  Lot me "pitch"  In and  "putt"  you on nearly an aero ot  genUo,  loutlfar'slGlftcir'^  at Roberts Crook, 90 feet ot Highway 101 frontage additional b^  loot on gazetted sldo road, Cou d easily be at least 2 lots, Try your  dSo offlr atWsOO'-OOFullPHcerCALL:: BOB KENT 883-9461 eves,    Money can* bo lost in 'moro ways than won:  Pon'tjoso!   Invosl  In somo.Sunsli'no  Coast   Properly  '   below! '  SfiUMA PARK ^��' ^^  Nicely finished rotlromont homo at modest cost In Solma Park. \\aa  Flroplaco and all- furnace-, Uaso $50,00,por year untilI JanM-qry IM,  1976, full cash prlcp only ^0/500, To vlow call DON HADDHN  085-9504 ovos, ���'     '        J "  MO ���BEACH No.'?,567*  2" waiorfront lots sldo by sldo, 35Q foot' doop/fnclna wosl/ nlcoly  wooded,  To   ho   Holil   loQQlhor lo  maintain  privacy.   CAUL   UUN  HADDUN 885-9504 or PETGR 5MITH 085-9463 uvoa.  GIBSON S~~^/1 o w",m���*wmi���w~^,***~,Bw" N o i ���** "2 4 3 0  Al tract IvoT'woll mainfaln  -,canvonlont kltchorf, .largo ,panolcd ,livlnp room, .sun dock, ampo  storago space'in bawmont In addition to finished room.with grado  .onlranco, .F.P, .21.000.00 torms, .CALL) C. R, GATHERCOLE  08O-7015, '   7  '' ---'���'-������-���������"- ���'���-   ;,;������   ,'��� -.......-���-  experience and study Into the develop-  mentment of the Medallion standards -  proven Installation practices which are  your assurance of the quality and performance yo"u are expecting, and pay--  -ingfor, when you Insiall electrlo heating...  The Medallion standards rr\esxr\ that the  system has been sized correctly to insure comfort In any weather normal lo  your area; that there Is proper Insulation to oonservo heat and Bayo money;  1hot there are approved controls to  maintain"���comfort and contribute to  moro efflcloiit uao of olnntrlclty.  Baseboard ��nd floor drop-In unltn, coll-  hydronic - there's a wide choice of  equipment to suit" individual needsi  Electric heating gives you the opportunity of having individual thermostats  for room-by^room temperature control.  It'a>clean, quiet and efficient*-? the.most,  modern systom available.  What about operating costs? B,0.  ' Hydro will give ypu a written estimate  of annual costs of healing with electricity and any other Information you  would llko about electric heating. All  for froo, Call B,C, Hydro Customer Advisory Sorvlcor'Thoy'll give you a'warm  welcome.  \  ROBERTS CREEK  No, 2568  ��V/fl^on't^flncl*mony*oMho��&i*A!mo��M'Q��ocrQ^  no sorylcon but no oncronchmoni oiihor apparonlly o��otl walor wpnlv.  ...HI,100,00   hall. cqhIi  8%..on-,balanco CAU��! JACK .WARN  006-2681 ovos,  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE.&.HOME   . . , .������.,.,....���..,.Nq,,25561  Approx, 5,0 acros ol flood accossablo ground, troocl, all sorvlcos, and  closo to boach, Dollghlful 2 bedroom cottago, 952 anuaro. fool  In  with ovor /t00 foot frontage on land surfaced road, $ 16,500 down  ttl'lJiqpdJo, Jo, ylow CALL  PETER SMITH (^5-9463 ovon.  60 PT, WATERFRONT  Mo,' 162513'  r\     % ILitinc noar Davis flay nt woll nn Hlflhwny     nnd forry, $5,250,00 wit  SRaS   or tt.co0,afn0l!I .^^O^'Vh^ ho,, to; l,o( 0-  fmoa.   ��� JACK WARN 006-2681.  ���" "'"" " " "'" " "'*;'"N67'2r-163  ���.��������� �������� ,,..��� ,..,.,'Q^pphslv'6"Giilf *iQVv7Convenient to Gibsons  nnd forry, $5,250,00 with wator laid on, Electricity to hand, CALL;  ., GOWER POINT   ',arbo vlow lots '  v'SfioruM'^ ViV^"^'*��'.'a^*.-���� '��nt <���  '"Viow--thlsipropprty^Yes,*BB9.946l-.or.ollico.uuj.//-J-j.rf���^ " ^ECn:IW!CTT3$SXT"T:*&Fr  DAVIS DAY  l-lnlf' new vlhw lot  "IhiQlod nl mid nl <iu|��.t '<  No,1 23'88  0()'x?20' ovnrlonklnci "oconn  n|   Pnvh  Hay,  uni; niWi'ly1 Icvnl,  Nino cholco of  Utm   - -.  r, i ,.V7oHn'nn''rAiV' pon hapdIjN nni)-9!)04  mi oany iu.clonr. Only }(>,.[)[),)" <.t\\.\.  ^"7"'  OY01,  Nn, 2-17-1  RovortMo' pfuaj Modern almost now�� well corod^  cullnnl landscoplnq, on quloi rasklonllal strool, moln floor' loaluroni1 ���  2  larao bodrooms,  liylna  room with plciuro window and romon ,  brick flmnjacp, eolourocl' vanity bath ond vldctrlc cabinet kllohqn ,  with stoiiaralq dining,aroa,  Hardwood floors throughout,   Royopuo  RMiia.in banmiionl aroa, In, fully .fumlihatl. self conlalnod wp.lo. (Iqlo  quarters  with-vpnlly  lOMr pko  colour^ :plumblna.- Rented  a|.,���  * 115,00 month, locatetl closo ,|o ,��.wf��._��orKi.'y^    Aiklnci  $13,000  down on  F,P.   $32}B0O,O0,VhGALLi   ROn   KENT  ���  88&.fH6l  or offico 885-2235,, ,  B.C. HYDRO  H...  j^ft^��� JlH^��wW**,��1i^,^���^^  *("("?^/l|('*fW(��^W*HW*fl^��^JMI#*��^W^^ I*  *��l* *^"MV^W^t*^i"'1'���^M*��*B^*i'^1^^  jpr��  GOWER POINT���Moqnlflcont-Vlnw.       . . ijodrtjom' hafno'  4w��rgww^^  F.P. $35,000,00 |orm��7CAU! 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The PenmsuJa-T4me*  Wednesday,  Moy  31,  1972  Irvine's Landing  -"�����-  -a, i.  Arouhd The Harbour  -y*-  "LIBRARY-Club would-like to-thank  the  grade    ll.___.nd   12   construction   class  who   under   the   direction ��of   Mr.   Dom-  brovyski made _ six drawer tiling cabinet  and donated it to the Library Club.  Library hours will be changed as of  June 7 when the library will Y>e open  Tuesday .1:30 to 3:30^ p.m.; Wednesday  10 a.m. to 12 noon; Thursday 1:30 to 3:30  p.m.  and  Saturday  2 to 5  p.m.  One  new  book  ol   interest, The  Windsi  -Wi  ��y*  Herman���Woul  -kj���uvai  fable  -by Diana  Bomford���phone 883^2440  a. week-to Dominic Lake" for"'catching  the largest cod which weighed-in at \.V-_  pounds.  There were also _prizes for the .children   and   hidden   weight  prizes.  In all 34 fish were weighed in at the  derby.  MAY  DAY  May  Day Executive would  like to express  their appreciation  to  the  following  V^jx-a-.sons and  businesses for their generous  Opening of popular cafe  boon to tourist traffic  The- Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing Society  ANNUAL  GENERAL  MJEETBNG %  8 p.m.  FRIDAY, JUNE 9 St.  Hilda'^ Hal|,_Sechelt  "THIS  is  a happy . ,landing"^-_is just  one  of  the* appreciative,, comments   left   in  the guest  book of Irvine's Landing Cafe  which  Helen  and  Bev Robertson  opened  just weeks ago on March 31st.  With the opening of the cafe apd Mr.  Wayne Spring.'^ marina,'Irvine's Landing  freshly cut flowers on the tables, and  wide brightly* curtained' windows over,  lookMhe harbour and wharf.  Terraced   lawns,  provide, facilities   for*|  campers   and the boats available for rental,  --  sport   bright   red   canopies;   hve   bait   is  readily purchased on the dock and there  which   is  one of  the  most  scenic  places.y   are  showers   to refresh   travellers.  on the Sunshine Coast, is once again of- The   cafe   is   open   from   7   a.m..   until  FIRST  WIN.  Pender    Harbour    Bronco    Tyees had  their   t'iisl   win   of  the  season   when they  downed the Orioles of Sechelt  10 to 7  BOAT FIRE  Sunday, May 21, at 4:40 am., the  RCMP received a call to a boat fire. A  2H loot cruiser operated by Gilbert Smith  'was totally destroyed by the lire which  is believed to have started because of a  gas leak in tlie engine room which caused an explosion when the engine was  started. The boat was cut loose from the  Garden Bay dock and the fire was finally  extinguished by 7:50 a.m. Damage is  estimated at $19,000. No injuries occured.  DEGREES  Two local high school graduates received degrees at the University of British Columbia Convocation exercises held  May 25. Roger Walker, son of Archie  and Ruth Walker, received his Masters  degree in Science. Roger took all of his  elementary and high school education in  Pender Harbour. Roger's thesis was on  "Gluso-Mannans of Sitka and Black  Spruce; his plans for the future are in  the teaching field.  Jim Donnelly received his Bachelor  of Education degree at" the Convocation  exercises. Jim is the son of John and  Jakie.Donnelly. Most of Jim's elementary  and all of his high school education was  obtained in Pender Harbour. At present  he is teaching at Gibsons elementary  school.,  ROD & GUN  Pender Harbour Rod and Gun Club  Derby was held May 20 and 21. Kathy  McQuitly ancl Sieve Basaraba (of Vancouver) shared the first prize of $100.  Both  caught a   19'/2   pound  spring.  Second prize of $25 went to Bernie  Hanby   of   Vancouver   who   landed   a   17  donations towards May Day. Special  thanks goes lo those from Sechelt who  contributed. A total of $404 was received  from    donations.  The donators were: Penson's Boat  .Works, Olli Sladey Realty, Tender Harbour Hotel, Donley Blastirfg, Credit  Union, Bank of Montreal, Garden Bay  Resort, Harbour Marina, Wigard Enterprises (Sechelt), Don Cameron, Dune  Cameron, C. E. Hasstm, Indian Island  Marina, J. Haddock, Bob Lamont, Harbour Motors, Jim Henki (Sechelt), "���'Harbour Electronics, Garden Bay Hotel, Archie Brayton, Pender Harbour Motel,  Sunshine Inn. Pender Harbour Marine  Service, Duncan Cove Resort, Lakeside  Motel, Efrnie's Esso Marine, Nick's Electric, Jim Tyner, Lions Club, Garden Bay  Dining Room, Pender Harbour Fishing  Resort, Cohoe Marina, Park Hairdressing.  May Day raffle winner of the V."  electric drill, donated by Harold Clay  was Mary Cameron. The electric grill  donated by Jenny Fielding went to  Lornev Reid. .The picnic table, made and  donated by the construction class at the  high school, was won by Charles Parker.  BOO  - BOO  Prize boo-boo of the week goes to  Norm Stewart, guest at Durjcan Cove  Resort. While 'Out fishing, Norm's line  became entangled with his wife's while  his wife had a good sized catch on her  line. In spite of much protesting from his  wife, Norm decided he^as going to cut  his line to free hers, and, you guessed it  he cut the wrong, line.  fering  final clasi  service lo both���tou-rists-  and   residents.  Trained in Zurich. Switzerland, Helen  Robertson offers a cuisine' which was once  enjoyed by a Toronto millionaire and  is now the delight of tourists whose-  comments in the guest book read���Better than home, Glad we found you. We'll  be back, Scrumptious and many more  compliments.  The dining room is always bright with  -H���p.m.   offering  specialties  for   the���evening  meal.  Already the expansion is opening up  jobs for local students and Georgie Donley and Carol Lee have also received  some nice compliments in the guest book  for their obliging service to guests. Mr.  and Mrs. Robertson anticipate at least  one more*assistant, during the busy summer months. J?he new cafe celebrates its  official opening on June 3rd.  7-v77Hft7177  W PLAQUEis  7*KJHilNfl  THE MOUTH  jxmhder.  Gil . Sm/h of Vancouver took tlie  third of $15\.after hooking a rtt'a pounder. Gil wa'sj the unfortunate owner* of  the   boat  destroyed   that   morning.     Z,  Jack Patterson won the "other figh'"  entry when he caught a 20V. pound ling  cod.  Mrs. Norman Carry with the first  fish she ever caught' won the hidden  weight draw with her 9ai pounder.  A total of l(j fish were caught as  entries  in   the derby.  Richmond   IM. anil  Gnu ..Fishm-.*, '_.._...  I<y was helirheie May 20, 21, and'22. Aji  <l ll inouVlutig hoat originally donated to  tin- dub hy Ted Peck was put up by the  club along wiMi a (i h.p. motor donated  hy Harold Clay to make up first, prize.  This went to Mike Popoff who picked up  ii   I!)1*.-  pound spring in  Lees Bay.  Second \n./._ of a mouching rod, rtecl  hi id lino went fo Len Ilammcl wiih his  17'*. pound spring caught also in Lees  Bay.  D. G. Smith won third prize, a I'loutur  coal with" his 1(1'a pounder caught at  Egmont.   Cluick.Jones.picked  up.^i, 15%  pound-,  JiUlCl^tiiJUiUiJlutlXi  ��miuuu........... inonnnnnMiuum.  mumiwr  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS78T00 prnV  INDIAN  HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR  PRIZE *  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of comirrg events is a sdrvioe of SEGHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder!' listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  ^^^^M^^^^^l1^n^l^^^^^^^^nl1n^ln^l^lIll^l^lln^nMl^nlln^lll^rr^nl��T^^������^���^v^^"  May 31���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall.  Bingo.  June   1���8 p.m.  Pender Harbour Community Hall.   BingO.  June 2���8 D.m..  Sechelt Indian Hall.  Binqo.  June 2���2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion.  L.A.  Rummage Sale.  June 3���12:30 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall.  Homemakers Bazaar, Tea &  Raffle. '  June 3���2-4 p.m. Legion Hall. Sechelt. Guides and Brownies Spring Tea.  June 5���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons. O.A.P.O. Branch 38 Social.  June .7���8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt. Garden Club-meeting.  June   9���8   p.m.   St.   Hilda's   Hall.   Sechelt.   S.C.  Sr.   Citizens   Housing  Society Annual General  Meeting.   , ��   .  /une    10���7:30   p.m.   Roberts  Creek   Community   Hall.   S.C.   Golf   &  Country Club Auction.  june 14��� 1:30 p.m. Madeira Parrk Legion Hall. Hosp. Auxiliary Meet.  June   17���From   1:30   p.m.   Strawberry   Festival,   Sechelt.   Premier   W.  A. C. Bennett will-attend and open Centennial  Project.-  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  V7:,.Use derital fIo'ssDari'd 77.:  :.y6ur.to6  7.A*Pup!ic.Service, M  :'��� 7?7th E DE NTiSTS OB B.C;777  ea  e5e  [Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD. I    SLAB BACO  PKone885-2235 B6jrT287Sechelr7B:Cr  Or  call   Toll   Free   from   the   Greater  Vancouver   Area  ^Enith,.2021  IiJi_.Luiiiaii._puac._ii-,)<jwyH>.  .smoker cooker   Ciuui'HO Milchull lunded 0  \2V_  pound-  er niuuht nt the A liiunr* Iu Snyinnw I3*iy  for  fifth   prize,  n  dozen  col'l'oe   iniiKs,  '''������'Ml   Pi"i/(!  lo ii  non-monihei*  wiih $1.  which   Weill    to   Nick    Mnrtinovic   who  * i*.iuNht*--iuH--*-*'~y:P'^  J'llbM,  , , f?,rn'*11., I**'!^, Am nim-iiiuiubur. wmil.  io I'ocky fiinviiui/v.o wiih n |.)i.. pounder  ���I'l'uin Siikiiiiiw Muy which bmiiiihl him  $,')ll  Thud prize of Wfi went In Kd Siilmmn  when he nelled \m |||.',, ,.,_U(lf| tMx _���  llto ihiii'ith of lho lli.Wiour.'   '  John    MoI'lieTKon." proMlclonl    nf   llio'  Klulimoiul  Cluli  won n   trip  for  lour  lor  LORD JIM'S LODGE |  Lodge Rooms and        %  Guest Cottages �����  Dining  Room Lolhhju |   Hoalo.1 Swlmmlii(j Pool _��  Saunu!**,  Uoal  1-loi.ibo ^  |^R��Rr-Nar��HHplfmoon^B&]jr7,B;C;  Socrot Covo, Socholt  ',::'';",'88B-.2232 " ^  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Ww��wU  Dock Spaco For Guests  ^Hoatod^Pooha nd-Sttuna-  ymr^lRamdmMmrii'ijtrmm'  Avnilnblo  f, -    >���-.-.,..,-����.* R.R.   1 .  .   HALFMOOM  RAY, R.C  Phomie as.$&99&   i ,,��� ,'Wiii. mi  Bulk  lb.  Double Smoked,  By The  Piece 7  lb.  COLD MEATS  Meat & Cheese Loaf, 6 oz. pkg.  GROUND BEEF  Bologna, Chkken Loof,^^  Pickle &  P-Knento,���^��-  }C per Ib.  or  S $1.95  *     *"   *  'it*��SSe?S>&t_Y777/7  Fancy Vole    $ lbs.   ItOO   7^. 1.0��  GREEN ONIONS or RADISHES 2>, W  n- ".r.T, ,r "���?," 7. _* "* K ~'" i-  ^>m**mmmmf.'  WATERFRONT  at-lrvine!s-Landing  <^evft,ow)ns,,an  HOT dog buns ^:.u_zr:iiirir5^  Pink or Plain,  Sunkist. 6 oz.  j*fl*li-l * wHJS(��jSrnrfSaii#i��**^S*!��S(S*i^ titf!'Fi-#.#,4t*liiti<?imi*.i'm ttatM'jM^rtvA.  Pacific,  5 oz.  EVAPORATED MILK \  ORANGE'JUICE 4Y8,koIUnswoo,enod'  MIRACLE WHIP .��  Kraft, 32 ox,  7 7     ;   dJP"        Kraft; Mb.  LEMONADE CRYSTALS ���9 :  STONED WHEAT THINS wow,  CANNEI) HAM j^^  SQUEEH-A-5NACK Kro��f  Jij___\S_.  5   1.00   W  CHEESE WHIZ     m^.c  2 or 69���   ��� 55*  H  '_i  Sno'..Flaka, 1 lb......J. ..�����..������, J for jLttftl  DOG FOOD Rompo  8 for 1#00  BLEACH-"  ^v    TOILET TISSUE  /French Mald,.64 ox l|���-���  .Zco. 4.roll  ^nfrt-mmmnfummmtnmm-r.mm **#*n����*t. *  f  WATCH FOR OUR  JIN ~ST ORE  SPECIALS  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT  TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  i i        >  EFFECTIVE:  THURSDAY THROUGH  .SATURDAYS  , JUNE 1, 2, 3.';  ,'.  , 7  SECHELT SUPER MARKET  IC^iwrKTslrootl Socholt  .7'">  ( Phorio 8,^5-9^10  A��   ..  ,l.T..,....li  ...l,.,,,,!.,,...^.!����.-��..,,���,-  ���T  ���iWM^lltflK^lfaftili  JU-  WMMMi  fcT""u"r  /     ,      ,,     * '  'k   ("**#*����������#  .1        ���*  ft�� )    I.   )�����*      *!** ���*.*���**. (9      )(**(��� j-  ).(l Hydto-Goateibwies:  to municipalities  TheP  ENINSULA  ^4me&  \.  B.C.   Hydro   paid   a   total ' qf  $9,600   to     _ x_  ::;uiiLci{)ahties   in   the   Gib^ons-Sechqit \ n  area in taxes ^nd grants in-- 1971.  The arhdunit consisted of $7*514 to the*  Village of Gibsons and $2,086 "to the Vil-~" ���"  lage of  Sechelt.  Hydro pays school taxes in most areas  on the same basis as any other taxpayer.  It is exempt from general taxe$ but  makes grafts instead to all municipalities  in the regions of British . Columbia it  serves.       .    N  Trfe-grcrrrts are based on the equivalent--��� ; - --  of the previous year's general and  local  improvement  taxes  applied  to  all.lands  Wednesday, May '31. 1972  Pages7l-6  /  Helpers  High School students gave valuable School Co-ordinator, are Sharon  help in the school track meet, pic- Doyle and Joan Blomgren receiving  tured with Mr. Teddy Joe, Home and   ��� ���  instruction from  track-meet  org?  izer Mr. Jim Gray.  and most buildings owned by" Hydro,  plus one per cent of the gross revenue  from sales of electricity and gas in the  municipality ..concerned.  In^ 1971, 118 municipalities shared payments from Hydro totalling nearly $9.4  million: In addition, .Hydro paid more  than $16 million t6' the provincial government in school taxes, sales tax on  purchases of materials and equipment,  water rentals, gasoline and fuel taxes,  vehicle   licences   and   general  taxes.  Total municipal and provincial taxes  paid   by   Hydro   exceeded     $25   million.  - Bk^;fifl4^|iK^9Br  BRUSH-OFF  ;./.f7U��e..clent^  ;>ybur to^  7A Public.Service Messageirpm'7  7'.7'7r H & DENTISTS' OF B .C ��� 77'! -  T^kes IV2 cords of wood to produce  a ton df newsprint.  w��V      ~^^^^^~^~^^&^MijmAV_wmm_w_wmVmvmmVMi&B&KrjBmji&MrBi&m*m_'m_*t/r_rmam,mWm*_w_^^  i      7 -,-._.- .-____,- .__        ' "^i". '.-..mm-:'-.-. ___       __t ll  FRIDAY ONLY TIL 9:00 P.M.  Great success .  Inter-Elementary School  track programme revived  Milers  Setting out on the gruelling mile  marathon in inter-school, sports are  from left: Iain Fraser (3rd) and Ja-  Me Egan (2nd) of Langdale; TLogae^  WEBCOR  m  ���  8 Track -���A.M.���-F.M. 2 speakers���o beautiful unit, this machine plays our in-srore music  i^fjS      daily. With your choice     6f i A    A A  y^    of 8 track tape. ....     V *���& 7 ���*_}*_.  W^_  ��� i^(W*w*iw9afw����i,i-  7REV-IVA-b���of--. the--- Inter -Elementary-  School -track brought together the five  major schools in the Sechelt Dis-trict for  a full day of athletic competition on Friday,   May  26.  Arriving at Sechelt School just after  9::30 a.m., the selected contestants found  everything Xvell organized with the playing fields, lined for the various events_  and ��� an -abundance of "NaJion_a'l flags  proudly fluttering "in the moiTOn��~breezer  Multi-colored flags' lined the track 4&nd  the decorated winners' podiurh had been  placed on red velvet cloth, facing the  spectators area.  The event was a real triumph of organization with everyone co-operating  fully with organizer Mr. Jim Gray of  Sechelt School. District Supervisor Mr.  Hart Doerksen Was on hand to help with  track events and present ribbons to the  winners, He was also very happy *to see  his former s'chool, Madeira Park Elementary win the School District trophy. Do-  ,.,.na'.cd..iby,,..'.the .Board��� of., School Trustees  i"* l964. ^e' trophy lias been1 hold threo  'l1i'm��l)'y"3ecliil'n(l once1 '"by GWD'sonSfir*"'  ...was ,last...presented,���in .1968.,,..,, ,���,,,. 7,7......,,;.   Final School standings based on a  points system, 7 points' - 1st place; 5  points - 2nd'; 3 points - 3rd and 1 point -  4th wore: Madeira'Park, 99; Sechelt, 8(i;  Gibsons3,,.7(J;'4:loberts��.Creekr..44;��Lana,dalo,.l  40.  Few the first time, grand aggregate  troplucsTverd'prosohtcd the' top girl and  top boy athlete, going to Lily Mandelkau  of Gibsons with 14 points, and Danny  Olsojn of Seehelt with 21 points, Tied for  ���second plaeo woro Cyndip. Jones of Roh-  , erts Crook and Colleen, Nowlck of "Madeira Park with 12 points each, Hyan Pascal of Gibsons was boys runner-up with  II) points.  nESPLTS  **���;'���" ���  200 Yards, Girls: Lily Mandelkau 24.fi  hOcr.7' Collcon Connor R,C���; Collcon  Cusoy S,  Boys; Keith ���;��� Come��u 23.fi sties,> G,';  Kelly Dod-nwok S.; Kenny MllosR.C  110 Yards, qirls: Lily Mandelkau lOB;  ���ColloOiv CJasoy'S,;.Yvonne* Campbell "VU"V  Boys:   Kolly   Bodnarolt;   10   sees   3,;  Gury Gtiolph It,C,; KoUh Comoitu Q.  H*yi|la.*a)rlsi*GolleenH^  Hqo,   M.P.;   Guylo   Nellson   L.;   MoralnO   MIIOrt'-KrC��� -r--,-.**.*.,- r .**-.->-. * - ���  Boys; Hyan Pascal fi min. 4|l sees. G.;  Jainlo JOivm L,; Jain Fraser L,  Utah .lump, Girls; Sholla HiutIn '1 I'I,  m Ins, M;,P,| Kolly Malor M,P.| KtUhy  Olko S."   .   .   '  "- Boys; Danny-Olson 4 ft, OVr Ins.S;;  "Rynn-Pa8cnl-G-;.*Kelth'>��'Westo'n**-Lr  Sheila-Harris -M.P.  .-_  Boys: Danny Olsen * 15 ft. 8 ins. S.;  Rod Tait M.P.; Keith Weston L.  Shot Put, Girls: Linda Dubois 27 ft.  7 ins. M.P.; Kelly Lawrence M.P.; Lois  Paull S. .  Boys: Danny Olsen 40 ft. 9 ins. S.;  John Cooper L; Lyle Blomgren  R.C.  880 Yards, Girls: Cyndie Jones 3 min.  1 spc. R.C.;. Colleen Newick M.P.; Kathy  Reid of Madeira Park who led the  field in 7 of the 8 laps;. David Miles  and Jeffrey Edmonds of* Roberts  Creek; Andy Alsager_andJR,j?anEas^  cal (1st) Gibsons; Stuart Craigan  and Carl Tom of Sechelt. Also running was Darryl Scoular of Madeira  Park.  SANYO 10" TV  Black ana* White. Wonderful pictures. Great  forthe_ den, sickroo   _, Special  Gibb L.  Boys: Ryan Pascal 2 min. 34 sec. G.f  Mike Pearson S.; Lome Reid M.P.  Relay, 4 x 110 Girls: Sechelt, Madeira  Park,  Gibsons.  4 x 220 Girls: Gibsons, Madeira Park,  Roberts. Creek. '   ,  ,.   4 x ,110 .Boys: Sechelt, Gibsons, Madeira Park.  4  x  220  Boys:  Madeira  Park, Langdale, Roberts Creek,  JOHNSON  .SiiIM77  Spies &Y Service  OMC Parts and Accessories  885-2812  Sechelt Home Service  .Box 636  Suhshine Coast" Hwy7  Sechelt, B.C.  i CASSETTE TAPES  16 only in stock.  Assorted Artists. Clear out  ���il!WS��M >��&^t*-U,W.��-��ilM*.*ii  .,,1  Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipts arc  like bank term deposits. l?ut!lhcy pay more, For, instance,  on a .'"'-year minimum deposit ol"$500. you're guaranteed  o% interest paid semi-annually. Guaranteed,   ���  INTEREST RATES EFFECTIVE  29th MAYf 1972  *2M  ��(^S*t*ii4#)-*,!s.*'.-*.i*V), f��iW  LADIES' PANT-SUITS  Regular feature items at $19.77.  Clear out at clean  jjp, prU:e__..-2.^^-^------~,-  *1AM  !'ii:!-!..'-;( ���������'"!  J-CLOTHS  1001 uses.  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Boxes of assorted chdcblates  ���"'t!"'7'^ilp'"f:o ''$T.l9Ul values.""   1.44  Mixed Nuts  ^pocia l-Sa Ited���Mixed^N uts^  14 oz. yacuum sealed tin  '" 'Reg, $1:00 "value;       ;  r��(ifcA9K*.hW-iV>^J I  LADY ELLEN  MAGNETIC  *'  i  �����uviutMniuvnnim'WUV>4%iut'sJ��rt't*'v<*ttv>ni^^  IU,  t.llNPANTY-HOSE  -NonrsfockT  Your fayourlto  number.  for  'B(TOVt^��t-<<>W��i^'��W*WaM*lBnWW^^  $1.44 FRIDAY NIGHT 3HQPPER STOPPER  w,,-**-*,**-*,^-^ NTI |;��-9;00*PrMr"-^^  PHENTEX YARN  3,25 ok, unwrapped  balls :..... .,..,,......  3.f.r.;$.l��44l  WRAPPED PHENTEX YARN    -    <.,'_<  3,25 ox. Mb. All colors ���.'.....,..:   A for   ^*����|*|,  CROCHET-COTTON ���^^���J4*A*-��-^'i44'  RECORDS }li?:��Z'*!.ll : :..$4-44'  Ir   OaviAI     "' Havo you tried a Sittlo, ''  is oere:   sparkle in your mfei  fr4mtwm'}4nn'ytYnit4yr9r9iym4tinnii949m949im>y4Wwi^     _t_____l^^_____��.u_^___���_.,..tJ_t^.,.__.,,,,_���_,,,,  r^MJ.rrt.ffrr.fl-hlfl.i.litf-", - ^.���.u. .^..^. " ...��,_ ���.....M,..  ���.   ._  STYLE, ASSORTMENT  AND-VAtUES���  r ��o ^^mmmmmmmmm^m^mi  amp  beil 6    Uarietu  [I   M"   t.       * .-ftri*  ��TI?AI|l.3/VV~CENTREr-SECHELX.~PH0Np-888^2335.  lwijf**Titi��f'tW**j| ���   -4  Information appreciated  on Wildlife stolen guns  ANY information rPceivecNon the recent  in ;\l  tV C.i-i.-..*'i*-. VVilcHitV  greatly   upprwiHtpd ' by  ummatihtiMti^^  \  Wiillli  officials  -On May 7, --se^re^22^ca:ltbTe peep"gi^hf  \ target rifles were.taken during the break-  in. . �� -  The guns are-all single shot, and were  apparently used by the juniors. Replace-  - ment   value   is   estimated   between   $600  and   $701).  ������������ Open for deM&mtratimr-of~       ���^--     -  SPRING FARMING AND GARDENING PROCEDURES  11  aJhv to 4 p.m.  - Saturday, June 3  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, ROBERTS CREEK  FREE ADVISORY SERVICE  686-2592  Gibsons Cobs invade Camp Byng  Members of Gibsons Cub Packs invaded Camp Byng over the weekend  and are shown here with their leaders Maxwell Hammersmythe (Capt.  Long John Silver); Gayle Pedneault  (Capt. Peg Leg); Nancy Douglas  (Capt. Bligh); Clark Dougall (Capt.  Blood); Desi Plowed (Capt.* Dusty  Dave) and Maureen Sleep (Capt.  Hook). Missing at the time.the picture was taken, but apparently doing  the cooking chores were Mary Gill  (Snap-Snap); Eileen Kinne (Crackle-  Crackle) and Rita Hincks (Pop Pop).  Galley helper was Maureen Zueff.  Anavets Corner  ,^rin_iM_i_iMjiin;^_^  :'l":":::;:j:":'l':;xw  t^^^^^^^^^^^^  �����*".*%. i'i  nTrrrriViYrrtYi  i ii ii'i i  MM  Aiid Arnoild Palmer's Glove.  SORRY, BUT   ,  Due to the present backlog of orders, it is regretted we are unable tp accept further orders  for custom hunting crossbows until the first  Week in September.  Bookings Tor Ordets From That Date On  Can Still Be Made  ALLEN-SINCLAIR CR  Gibsons  886-2291  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force  Unit 357  by Adam McBride  Stories of War Heroes  Series  No.  1  BECAUSE of thousands of requests and.  Phyllis Ciller's shoes, cigarette holder  added to Sea Cavalcade celebrity auction  THE LIST of items for th�� Sea Cavalcade  celebrity auction to be held here Saturday July   I  continues  to  grow,  with  the  addition of a  pair ot  shoes and a fancy  sent  thi;ee obscene phone calls (one in German)', I have been prevailed upon to interview local ex-servicemen and let the  world know what some of these men suffered for their country.  '. Na1rjTairyr-tr^^irs4r-hero-^i:o  interview  would be the one easiest to contact. ME!  Born  in  Sham  Poo,  a  small  Chinese  community outside  the thriving town of  Dirtfloor, Manitoba, I went to school there  for the first 19  years of my  life.  While  attending school there, my family moved  to  Winnipeg",   where   I   found   them   two  years  later. "Having. finished   Grade  6.   I  fejt that further'scholastic facilities which  were oilered by ihe Juvenile Correctional  Institution would hinder me in fuIliilHng  my heart's desire to he a ballerina!  Having spenl many happy hours on  my father's arm (he had no lap) listening to stories of lhe brutal struggle for  existence ugainsl the Kaiser and the Kaiser..'. consniTs, I determined to do my  Utmost to combat this monster, (tho* Kaiser,  nol  my  lather).  Unfortunately, my first act, which was  to throw rocks through the windows of  every store show.iug u, picture, poster til'  the Kaiser ended in public outrage. Apparently the posters were of Kay  Kysor,  Towelled cigarette holder donated by  comedienne Phyllis Diller. Miss Diller  also enclosed an autographed picture and  a signed note* saying, "these shoes-* have  been my property and I have worn them  _on many trips���also the cigarette" holder."  The auction, sponsored by the Gibsons  and   District   Chamber  of   Commerce   as  their project toward what is hoped will  be   an   outstanding   fourth     annual   Sea  Cavalcade, will be held on the Saturday  at the wharf during the salmon barbecue.  Another   prized     item,   a   used   glove  donated   by   Arnold   Palmer   (and   auto-  graphed), is in the Chambers possessions.  mier   Robert   Bourassa   of   Quebec  along a congratulatory  message.  Singer Anne Murray donated an autographed���record���of���hep���rSnowbird,���4he  tion. All the things that Mr. Brown and  I can bear to part with are given to the  ArthriiyJs_F.oundalio5v-^rrM_^"  ~f4n Jtii//  itati  Garry Oak is the only oak  native to  British Columbia.  ^Mliifi��JMM\  Included in the list of autographed  books donated are those written by Eric  Nicol, Senator George- McGovern, Hon.  Paul St. Pierre and Mrs. "Ma" Murray  of Lillooet. The Right Hon. Roland Mi-  cbener, Governor General of Canada, forwarded an autographed book, as did  Premier W.A.C. Bennett of. British Columbia and. Premier William Davis of  Ontario. ���  Autographed hockey pucks have been  sent  from (he Vancouver Canucks, while  the B.C. Lions' Jackie, Parker sent along  qw  autographed  picture of the team.  j,u^fli,)-*PV.t,afi*>mi.iwW4w  ,,;iRi*Jji-^.S^nlay,.,rU<twJ4i-mi.' xuij,L-ai  his orchestra  At the start of the war, because of  my- prodilietion for wearing female garb,  1 had no difficulty In enlisting in a kilted  regiment, Any doubt in the recruiting  sergeant's mind ubnul my tender ago  was allayed by the (loop crlss crosses of  wrinkle,s��.|n-my-l'acc,~reHulting-l'r()m��be*'--  Ing badly (rumpled In n .snownhoe ruce,  The |>niud��Hl. hour of my life was  when the rio'gln'ii-hT paraded down Pni'l-  ngo Avenue .���iiimhi.Io to England! Three  of us were left behind Me, because uf  a positively unbiunluihlo habit of saluting with my hand presned against the  buck of my head, and the oihor two��� bo  cuiifio Ihoy .Insisted on wearlhg red long  Johns under their kllbi.  Aftor Hp-'iulltig nomo timo as noeiir-  . Uy ^fiiiai'dHnon^llie-^ull-y^diuiiip^niy^Uvti'  compnnloiiH woro  inKon"��w��,v' su-.'roving  HOvero Hluill iihock. and cuiiciinhIoi. (ell*,..!..  Ing of garhugo ciiiin).  , I myiHill'. i.ric..* Yolimleoi'ln.. for an  natlvo unit, "wiih ho hi,1 to Join llio ��� Dului  ot NoiiuhI'm Ili'd Mobilo Uulh Unit, I  only mode two landing!! with thin unit,  Both on tho Hiclownlk In front of lho  SI, HoIcmVm Hotel, 1 wont, uh thoy nay,  "nci'ijfln lho big wider", with lhe Unite of  ���Mnrmelncln,ff-anrl^rom",l1Triir|wnT*ITitlt:  Thai croHHlng wim nlwlo on ono ol tho  windiest, rainiest ��� clays tho l'ninillo  Bridge <,.v.or���H��w.  My1 Job in 'Ihu inW Un reptile unit  won tn'roirlvoltlw liiliulloit brielc on,' With-  In two dnyi. 1 hml n pair ol ihumbn llko  n retired carpenter, 'DlKehnrged on mod-  l-cul ground.) Inn-mmoof neve..-..I .noverc  .woundH���lVom��.vl��(��)li��tlng��rlv<Jt��)"1--hur-  '''''fL^H'Hl'iyiiiu'otiyei.JHily lo.flud lho  war hud, been. <.vor for ,lhreo moiilliri,  1 fool proud when wo volerniui fill around  mid talk over lho old dayn. Aftor all,  Jl, It hndn'l In-un Jw mo and my work,  mnybo II joint nu.y.**t In tho lino reginieniH  would have hnrl io etd off rhlnn pUitrw  nnd JiCuituHo, ol J'aii)Uy,argumuntn 1 know  thoro In nothing enn mil your head up  tho  Country 'A' WoNtern  .lAmhoroo  r,  bolo   tie   with   lhe   following"   message:  "Erie Stanley  Gardner  loved  lhe desert.  and-., whenever.. tlmo  permitted  took... his..:  sand   buggies   and   four-wheel-drive   vehicles in search of desert gomstones, On6 ���_  of the rare stones is petrified palm root  of which  this  bolo* tie  Is  made.  Since  -Eric���Stanley*. Gardner--, passed���a-way���iii,...  March of 1070, anything which belonged  to him  has added  significance, We hope  you enjoy thin bold t'lo." "''"'" *"   And the list, doesn't ond thoro.  The   Ulght   Hon.   Victor  de   l\  Olnnd,  Lieutenant   Governor    of   Nova     Scot in.  wrote: "Thank you for your letter, lam  sending you a*key chain of the Bluonone  ,11, which wan built oh,.an oxaot, rqplloa  of lhe original,.hy my family, Ah a former president of the Canadian Chamber  mijlVCommoa,o���-l���woul(l���llkQ,.lo,conBrftt��lato  Won for ynui*ohvlntm InloiWln pmmbt'  Ing ..('Uhmin-H and \v,Im|i you every, Hiieeonn  with your plans,"        .       " .  , Premier Rd Seliroyor of Mnnltohn, forwarded n tarlan "n'ockllo, "vvhlah1 lie woro  diirlnn Mmillohu'H eonlonnlal," and Pro-  list,  ol  per-   ����rhent   charities  we  commit   money  to.  song"that made her famous. T'm  son'y that  Vm  ���t  able  to  partici-  An   interesting   letter     was   received     P��te in this-outstanding event."    ..  from   Alabama   Governor   George   Wal- Mrs*   Brown   need   not  fear   that^she  lace, in which the Governor added   "If I     v/on't  be participating  in  the  Sea  Cltv-  can possibly make it to Gibsons,, my staff     alcade.   The  Chamber   of  Commerce   in-  WiU let   you"  know"   The   letter,   along     tends   to^ put   her   letter   Up   for "auction,  with an autographed coat-of-arms of the     to0'  state,  was  received   in  Gibsons  10* days* '     " ���~  before he.Was shot.  The Chamber of Commerce tried to  find a namesake of Gibsons in the Uhited  States, but the closest was the village of  Gibsonburg, Ohio. Leaving no stones unturned,  a -member  wrote,  and   in  reply  ^ed���an offer of���art���eeatermial���p-1  centennial   bronze   coin   and   crankshafts  from the Mayor of Gibsonburg*. That village   was   founded   by   General   William  Harvey Gibson   101  years ago,  And   there   were   refusals���some   of  them very apologetic, such as the letter  received from Helen Gu'rley Brown, editor  of Cosmopolitan  and  wrher of  Sex.  and  the Single Girl.  Mere is part of her letter: "Thank  you so much for your letter, about Gib-'  sops Reu Cavalcade celebrity unction !o_  be hold the first weekend in July. I'm  sure  it   will  be a   fantastic success,  This  |.coo:IJiluJaLUii:4^>'^n(H^-Rber.w-f4^Httt~i'n*  return, but I'm afraid I must turn down  your request  for an  item  for your aue-  ion  A cordial invitation is extended to all to join the  Congregation in celebrating the Tenth Anniversary  : oi Gibsons United Church onv  SUNDAY, JUNE 11.   1972  11:15 a.m.���Morning Service, Rev. W. M. Cameron, speaker  12:30 p.m.���-Luncheon  _2:00-p.m.���Communion Service  Gibsons United Church ��� Glossford and Trueman  Roads  Gibsons, B.C.  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FlootsUlo box  franirmlislpn, '  * FULL'PRICRr""< r" ":""*   $70,00 pown  ^^Mi,^mtJm^tmtM4^mm  1970 Ford  Dig 6 cyl 4 speod  $1995  $7o,oo per jmnL*,*-****.  f S\'q "6owW^^fipt^  fui-k price .,., :.;...:..* ;. ��� ��������� $279*$  ��m~��*���*~*~W i00* pown1'**^?! ;t>o*piRvM1OHTH���,f* ** 7^  i    7 '"ii'iiiT""'":  ���*M>i  ������MM  WcoKdnys  9s00 n.mV  to  7:30 p.m.  Chess Enterprises ltd.  886-7114  ���i^MiNewiMWiMptw  1  "FT  ... ,.,  tmmfmmfi,t^mm  ��� :��.����  i      .l  mmhmm  SaturdoyB  BsOO n��m��  ,to ''  6:00 p.m.  L. ....... .Hi"  j*1L  K I  "   . , .iftfe  x     Wedn^VJay, Mfly 31, 1972        the Primula Tgffiei   *        Page ��3,  /#|l^  /i counciZ approves . . .  Tentative plans for suites  'in yGibsons Legion building  \\  IP CHRSONfi Village council gives its  blessings, the present building occupied hy ihe Rnyal Canadian Legion  Branch 109 Gibsons could become an  apartment  block.  A letter to council signed by J._,A.  Hatch on behalf of Jory Holdings asitfed  for permissi6n in principal to develop  the building into two-bedroom and bachelor suites. ._  Mr. Hatch said he had inspected the  building and it appeared to be very  sound and built in accordance with the  national   building   code,   "atnd   I   assume  Around 200 Guides and theii leaders  from Powell River, Texada and Sechelt had a day's outing at the Roberts Creek picnic site Saturday when  Arbuhd 200 Guides gather at Gibsons  the Gibsons Guides hosted-the.group.  The girls ;were  billeted in  Gibsons.  ��� antl -lef frSifftday ��� after a ��� religious Ser  vice. Here they ctre shown at the picnic site getting ready7to partake-'in  games.  Gibsons criesiderits *.  Laing-Mp^  !���'. *\   X>*   ������������-   " '        ���   .     ' v;,.*. : '  at Gibsons United Church  '."   '    '   ' ���     ; 7' ���'      \       '���".���-      .  by Marion Charman ' ���������.���"  HAHOLD Norman Laing and Miss Marilyn Nanette Hollowink exchanged  vows on May 15 when the double ring  ceremony was performed \ by Rev. James  Williamson at 1 .p^m. in Gibsons United  Ghurch.      s  The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.  W. R. Laihg, 122 -HfeSdlattds*. Road' Gibsons and the bride is a twin daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hollowink of Gibsons.  Given in marriage by Th'onias Anderson, the happy young bride looked very  charming in a peau de soie, ���* Jong white  dress featuring empire waist litie and  trimming of lace daisies with pearls in  the centre of each daisy. She carried a  beautiful bouquet of pink and white carnations, ��� The  brido'3  wedding  gown ' was *  under permit and^ inspection by your department."  The company made an offer to purchase the premises subject to receiving  the go-ahead  from  thV village.  The .letter added, "after giving this  much thought this seems to me to be the  best land use this property could be put  to. There seems to be ample parking  space as well as adequate Jree area and  centrally located for schools,' shopping  etc."  Council members decided to turn tlae  matter over to village planners.  In other council business, A. J. Ber-  gnach wrote asking the possibility of  oiling or blacktopping (he roadway hi  front of the Coast News. He said several  older people hid, fallen Sown from the  gravel dragged down the** hill from the  traffic going up. and dbwh. Alderrhan  Charles. Mandelkau was/: asked to look  into'the matter., ,   7  "    Abetter fr^ft-TR^k Tifkord cbhgrat-"  ey Lovestrom ir6m Port.McNeil. ulaM.^QHhcil'kfi^. ill who had planned  The   bride's, bouquet   was . caught  by    and caused, tbirtpti-pve the. pa^k7 area in  her. twin sister,  Miss Evelyn Hollowink     tho lA"r" "���f "*" ^ ":"--i*-^- ^-=-*'  GiHs eat, riiothefs prepare''7  Being hostesses to around 200 girls    ught wjth it Satilrday afferHoon ,in    .which consisted of a c'ook-olit dt the  means a lot of preparing and these    piepdratirtn  for  the  eveSri^  mothers ot Gi'bs6ns Girl Guides were  made by her mother.  Attendants were Peter Rigby, best  man and Miss Jackie Rhodes," maid' of  honor, who was attired in a frock of  floral design with empire waist line. Her  flowers   were  yellow  chrysanthemums.  Usher was Danny Mackay. Mrs. E.  Freer was organist.. Gladiolus, chrysanthemums and roses graced the church.  Following the ceremony a delightful  reception was held in the United Church  hall where decorations were streamers of  pink and white and wedding bells. The  three-tier wedding cake was exquisitely  trimmed in pink and white. The table  was enhanced by a floral arrangement  with candles. Apple blossoms and/?herry  -iJloonr-atraed a further touch, of%4aMy."  ,��� M. Hemstreet was master of ceremonies, The toast to the bride was,proposed by  N,  BerdahL  Mrs. Hollowink wore a deep mauve  dress with white stole and white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations  with   mauve  ribbon.  The groom's mother choose for the  occasion a two-piece blue Ince dress with  Which sho wore a white carnation corsage. ,  'The United Church wornifn catered.  Servers were Miss Shannon Murphy and  the lower part of the village:-The writer  commented that, the whole corner, iooks  very attractive and is something we can  be proud of.  "I am only wishing that something  more could be done tb. ctiffirhemofate trie  name of the man who '. was������ responsible  for .acquiring that corner, and creating  the municipality," the letter continued.  "Mr. Winn 'senior worked very hard  to obtain a municipality and it _was a  very small one to being with."  ���.     ,    " The Test of theletter'lsquotelFrerbl"'-*  THOMAS  Fawkes  of  Sechelt  was  fined     turn: "The Gower Point Road did not go  $500 in Gibsons court last week after     through   from   what   is   now  the   Winn  he  was   charged  for  impaired   operation     Hoad to the.rodd.by t^W-haitf-'One" tra-  �����f *mot��r y,ease,1   . ��� 7777 j 5 veiled up from the wharf and the corner  Elwood Panchishin of.Gibsons, charg-      ^ 1Jie  road   where .the  Gibsons   grave-  ed with being a minor in a licenced pre-    71_j ... __*_ .._i_...,._   7     ,, "... . ^ay  For their honeymoon the young couple  travelled to the interior and Kootenay  area. The bride's going away -outfit, was  a red pant.suit.  The newly weds have taken up residence in Gibsons.     .  Impaired driving  rs $500 fine  rhise, was fined $50:v  yard is ahd continued, .tip and Hill tcwhat  .se, was :��nea_-��au.-:-.~- '; *..-��.:^   . ^ Fn_jt��hir -ftoad. a^orm'it and  Joel Arlan Joseph Girard  of Gibsons      , , ,      . '; aiu"s *���-  <"-i  was charged  for  being  a  minor in  pas-     down a"d/r�����    whe*:e the post office  session of liquor arid received a suspend-   "Pew,7f^S- ;*?. :Wl���   visited    every,  ed sentence .for six months and had his.    ^seholder   and, pursU^ded  and. tirged  driver's  license suspended for the same    them to  vote for a murijeipality and it  period. " ' ���&&:��� sonietlirie before the residents would  Charged for being a minor in posses-    v0te tot it as thejr.'were afraid it Would  sion   of   liquor   rrieant   a   $50   fine   for    ,fcre^ Higher takes, arid also money was  Michael EdWard' Bergen of Gibsohs.  Robert Owen Doyle, Halfmoon Bay,  ���Was charged for possession of marijuana  and was fined $200.  scarce.  The original 'munidiriality did not go  acr.oss the Fletcher Rtidd until a latei  date.  Also performance bond.... .  ._..  S  CtfisokiS   and Tbistrict   of   bommierce,  among other thing?, made a suggestion to village council that a fee be levied  against those who use the boat launching    Blaney,. added, ,,  facilities,   which   ^fo*'scheduled   to be  completed in May, Council agreed with  ficje'nt arid mqre rfe^oBsihie li'sb of diir  public; beach," the letter, signed by  Chamber of Comrfierce presideiit Michael  Miss Joa.n...Blomgren, fi'iend.s,ot the bride. ,. the, geheral proposal,and,*Alc'ermanTWin  Out'   of   town   guests ' inciucjed   Mis.  Blanche Ingle and grandson, Danny Sch-  oyen.7of; Delta; Mr.... and.. Mrs, Stewart,  "3radley, North Vancouver;. Mr, and Mrs,  Reg Enefer, Burnoby; Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Laihg and Sharon, Vancouver; Mrs, Bob  Burnett and son Dunne,'Delta and Mick-  stlii Robinson Will look further Into Ihe  situation.   The. Chamber also  wants  a   perfor-'  mnnce bond �� to be posted by anyone  wishing to lone) or unload barges In the  bay aren,  "Wri feel this woiild coh'lrlhtite io ef-  It was also, suggested that -a fee be  l6vifcdr ��s well as the bbhd, for the use  of "Uii)'lieUpti."InnsliicH * circumRtances?: Council la,bleci the matter until further in^-  formation was received.  But no loqcyl groups involved . . .  For Youth programs  starting to roll along Peninsula  '���',77, " The games, people play now , ;-��� ,-  ,,, ,   :  The RoiVdrlB Crock' picnic silo' "pro- away a. Toxadn .Island wcm*o hosted *  vvl'dcd an-bxcolloni, loca'lo for an out- by tho Gibsons girls and'thelr lendei-s  ^uiahd gamos as C'uldcs from as far   ovor.th'o wookond,  Around Gibsons  ttKnt%ntwit*tttitivmrtKitiuu*rt**ivt*nt%i*>fmnrtim*4%4.nii^^  ���*V  (ujr jkek Miiii)  :  jui��HUMiiwwu<hoiiiwifinmw^ni'iinnnTi"n*"H*~,******~"'*M**M**^^ ,  ral6;lfi~untll thoy received tholr nssbsfl-  rnonlfi.':Tl)crq nppo^rs lo!i'bo7.fm"awfuV  lot ot buplnesft, transnolod behind oionod  doorn, Soino of It Is neooflitary; all of It  'St.rolycnn't'bfil' ",,":'*!' "* "-"**"-" -  ���Ahd now (hat \hb, pf-ovlncidl olccllon  ncono- In getting. �� llttlo*wnrmor.':,:thoao  who fool Sool'cdfl l(ial)bl Dnwflbn la a  'Pltdhover had bettor lake a (teconcl look,  ����*��!^��sjwa��ww��(.  DURING"''K'propohtfttlort"to'"'council"' Inst  week n1 spokesman for a group - planning oh bdlldlng a matol��rofitaiU'��\nt. com-  plox comnlontod to eounoll members, "wo  wore looklhfl first at a hotol, but I under-  .Htund counbll doosn't favosa .hotol," Thoro,,  w��h no reply���no commont���nn bntlinK  of oyolashbH,, Wo'vo honrd IV numerous,  limes bofol-o lhat, thoro wo corlaln individuals in Ilia vllla|{6 who frown upon    ,,,.,,  n \mwi\y drinking ostabllHhmont within From what we've soon slnco our opmlna  ni'ip (ln'hra biit Hurelv lhat can'!'* bo 11m hero in January, this h ono member of  Son &spt^^ hold; ,U��b ���ldHlHldttirt wo JuiCM Mnl lo  Does anyoho really know why thoro Is    ��nek fl  wllh  al    ho   po Is   Sin-o, , thero   no lotol hbru? Thoro Is bound lo bo an   ;nro tl pao ,wh   lauf    bill this Knls far.  irmin"*rtlnir''Tiirawm','M  1liir;trt'"b-irr'n-UniiRh"-oli1wrnr"tr>Ht(iow'fo'r  both tho NDP'nnd Llliornl cnndldato.  -r Ono ClVniiihor of Coinmorcli memUoi-  ohmo-up* wllh'Mhw Idort Hint PftHiflps. tho  '^I-omp is writing poison pen loltbrn Ih Un  -^U08Wta~*eolu^rUcle��-from��.wo^  J��(��!nB��Jpi^^ip^J.ily lHl__Cplol)r��|oalJVuc.  lion, 'HorToasonlng? Well)  ROM letters rocolved In the area from  , groups7rcceivlng;��grants ������ under  tho ���  Opportunities fofYoittliproHi'am, It appears there Js no nppuront shortage of       money, id. least foi   Vancouver youths,  ,  bv Marion Charman 886-9862   anyhow, So' far ...two, lotters have boon ,,  �����?y iyiarioiiA.narmBn, 9oo 7uw*   ���rocoWed*lU th0 villoRo office asking that  OinSONS and district.would Hko .to wol- fapllltlos  bo  made  uvallublo;  oi),o  from  come Mr. and Mrs.  Frank BbUltbp, Cihdiha In Motion, a group whoso ob-  who will bo arriving here^ Moiiday, JWho * Jdtitlvo Is, ''to show hlgh7|ud)lty films,1'  fi from England, Mr. and Mrs, VRoulton and another, from Conlonhx'i'ary Danco  aro parontfL.Pt Mm, Robin Allon-Slnolwlr Workshop,   a  group  committed   of.  "six ,  of albsona, where tlioywlli^luy while highly oxporioncod proroMHioTOiI dancoTT^  ViflltiiitMho l\roa7Mr, 13ohlion Is a l^oon working   under    tho   Opportunities   for  crdss-bowmah and  horseman, iv7 Is his Yoiilh program,"  son-in-law,.liobln. *   ,.-.....,, ,     ,Dut from what has bcciv,reported so  In another letter, the loco) Chamber  asked Won. Wesio;*/ I). Black, mlnistfer of.  highways, If it were possible tb supply  a  progress report  oh  his ideparlrrterit's  .iitvestigatlonvJntOk the.,widening��and* cios--  |ng in of the ditch alotig Highway lul In  f.'oint of the high School rind Sunnycrost  ',Sh()pplng*'''!!Pl^a7:''"i'''''''''"T,,','' "���""v""''!7"i' *������������'"*'������������'������"  Charnber officials lii'fled tlie dpbart-  mont of transport to take' wlUI,tevor rictv  Ion Is ���nebci-.sary tb raise or roplflcfe tho  float, which sank earlier,  ;.'fr :k, si'siii;!:;^^!^^;*^;!:!^'.' Jhbii.'^HJn,  which Is cphsldorpd a hrifcni'd, vt/,lH bb  placed at the end of llife j|d^rhriient  wharf, as soon as lhe ribw piiblle boat  Itlnchlnf? HIMllty Is hi opbrrtitoii,'  formancb,  ,, couhcu::;hg'if ed:^ *  to the school board, while connbntlnf* In  principle to  lot the group" user Doujjal  .  Park for I heir workshop.  '-'-.���'������ThQ"'^"^!!^! 'from"*'.CItiQrho'l In'.'iV^dtlon -A'mature sugar maiilb enn prdducb  was to bo turned pvor. to thp^ocal i\\m more, than ;3,(100 pounds of. food (sugar)  Kl'PWb- bach sumrnor,  T  v,;;;,j  Former, local residents Ilos�� and Muryi tor,  all .appllqutlons .from ..Qlbsons  and  Roth from Langlpy worp, visitors In Qlb- district youths havo boon Uihied down,  sons recently,                           . A  group  of   girls  from   Elphinstone  Mrs, M. Cooper Iuih returned ^ler be* Secondary School had applied for a grant  Irife ll batibnl in Rt, Vincents Hospital, to, assiRt thorn in manning ;tho tourist  Vahijouver,'  *     Mrs, Graco'Chomborlln observed'hor  fl21��d birthday earlier1 lids month,  Major-1)111 Kerr, .\\n\[>.director at thb  "Salvation Army Camp, Hopkins Landing,1 reports a busy time as now campers'  cftblhfl nrb being bhilti bthot's rbrlovaibd  and painted. olo��� In roadlnoHH for a full  season whlon will fitartr.Tuno72 With'rib  boMh.^btitwreM  Tholr .-application was supported. by * lot-  lors from luith lho Qibsons i\hd DlHlrlol  Chambor of, Com merco and vill��fjo coun��  cll, Anothoi1 project, which would ontatl  cloanlng tip and ro-vltallyilng a park ln  C'lbsonn, was also turned rtowh.' Two university students, along with eight or nln'o  ntudonls from Illphlnslone,���' mndp tho 'nn.  mncrwh^   . n,  And it Htrlkos un as rathiFpecuiiai  that tho Villii8Q Pf Gibsons ,budget has  nowboojnbi^sodrButwhat Is,even more  peculiar Is the fact that it was1 passed  (ficcording to tho bylaw, 232) In opon  Tnwrtlnf?f��l^p^r0ntl}^M*>^*l$^^  ,whonit2Cbb*M:e^  village budget only aftor the editor or  .,,�� ^i\'t~r-_'"y."r''i':r:T-^7_^:"~A^-i\rv::,"trTr:y.7;i\.i':^  {lUEU^^'l'hlKjJino thoro    plication, which was supported by court-  T<1WKW-��^MM  pip-int ^ww^wl-ww���r����im.*lmli��lw,��W|i'W!***wUtw.*w<tMiw������.w��k.(��.l*i��y|i#*HT*  1    r ***e*^  ",   '*��  ono letter went  Hu? otlTer',^ioia'y"asl��'H  wtirixrtwnTicnlor cllbTonR7 chmpn'ahToiio  homo lbiigilo camp, This .will bo followed  by a youih camp, .,       ,     .      ,7  The miisle camp has becolno1 inich n  popular and largo group thai It Is ncc-  i:��'|a":09.^l!xit,0htpwtwp���iitoup��wi!"vc[n  moro campers than limt year aro expect-  'Pflnin^iOTrthoro^wnR^nirwtoitdttnco^or  Aldormnn Winston Rbblnrton snld ho  Intended to look into tho matthr, an,d Mayor Waller' Peterson sliid lie had already  boon In touch with Hon, Isabel Dawson,  MJ^A, who assured him she Would delve  -IWb-nrbniffiM^  *tion"werrrpmvidPdr  I i-^WH'.ni.-WfcigWHjJi  WsnnwWlft UwJCQJxUjmnjiKnry^DBiwa-.  tho'last cdunell,meeting which, Inoldon- Lyndon*-Johnspn, That snmo week ho  tally wan May 23t "hi tonight budget, 7was hospitalized wltli a honrt attack,'  night,1 Mr, Mayor?!,' Doth .newspapers , Then*, it.. was. former FBI hcrid Ed^r'  were Ihon presented* wllh 0 copy of tho Hoover, who died about a weolc after n  budiiol. PfirhrtPfl ir illlil qitnsttrth WH'r* Wllor wan bot>1 out from QlbsonH, And  nnvor askoct, lho laxpnyors nf Gibsons then'in early Mny a teller went out  Would never know what the. now. mill \o Alabama  Governor'*-George- Wallace,  ; loaves or. needles of-trees,  Mrs, Jean Wyngaort celebrated hor Workshop asked for space In which to  birthday Saturday whon many relative, cond"*"ct the workshop nnd a suitable  neighbors and^other friends surprised hbr 7Hpn?a to. perform in. such As a school  bri illo Hribjty bc'chilldh, " , auditorium, commttnlty contdr, or looal   _^      ,,        'W.r.?' ,7^?- ^workshop   , Ih  .apparently  opened to anyone. who', would bo Inter.,  esled, to lake it and thoro hi absolutely  Defollntlng 'typo innootn' food.on tho  y*wi^l��WJ*awWi��Wwa>t*w<��i��*-** v **nKwwiwni wi  X  *H**V*4fytoS��*Wti^  no charge, Tho samo applies' for, the jpor,  WHHflTCOHB:  TO  CARPETS  COME  TO  u^��i**.irf-l��(.W-n,i��!��nn)'r4lR4lf" ll*���-liM��^^WWlMi^l-(��M���<#^!kfM*lM>H'A^^W��  1   I  y.^'.l, V,.��.��*-Jw*"  "  ..,,.*��,- ������..,,..���,. ,.���.... .-;���  KENDeVRIES  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at WyngacrtRoadrGlbsoni  *   ��� -'     ��� ��hono*'885-7112-    ' ,���...,,:,.,.  A CARPETS   A TILES,   ^LINOLEUMS  , ., ....        HOURS: 1   ���i.,+ i,..f<���,^i��.,.. -. i.  Cloiod MondoyrOpbn 9 aim, - 6 p.m. ���- Friday Night til 9 p.m*  Wmmmmm449m4mmmmmmmmmm4mmm4m4mmmmmm44m4mm4mmm4rmmm  *��*WW��1N **��ff*'T*^  M^X  w^mmkra^HmkiA  1 t  *.  *t*��irnvftaif-f*t *���' #.   �� \  .  \  \  v.\  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, May 31, 1972  ^ i .���.'.���.������'.'.'.'.'.'���'���'.���.'���'.'���������'���'.'.'���'.'���'.'���'.'.'.'.'.'.'���'.'���'J1.'.1.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'  ���:���:���:.....<<<........__......... ...^  B&9W  ���.v.v.v.v.y  XvXv.\v.\  .-<���:���:  \ _.      ���  Accordina to clerk , . .        \  *      *   ��� ��������� ��� ���      ��� ������" ���  Two mill hike set  for Gibsons taxpayers  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  GIBSONS taxpayersNwlll receive an over-"  all average tax  hike of  two  mills on  1972 assessments,  according  to  VJ1-  ^govCrnment services (legislative, general  administrative tmd others) $46,065; environmental, health   services," $700   and  lage clerk David Johnston. Mr. Johnston  made the statement after one weekly  newspaper .:editdr^a2k��d_at_last__week_s  council meeting if, "tonight was budget  night." The press was also then supplied .with a copy of the 1972 budget.  The general rate was set at 25.532  mills with a 1.743 mill levy for payments  of interest and prmcipal of debts incurred by., the municipality and 1.47 mills  for the purposes of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Hospital District.  Capital expenditures this year total  $99,182, of which $84,100 is allotted to  transportation services, which included:  blacktop paving program ($15,000); sidewalks(.$2,500); School Road drain ($2500);  guard rail-bluff ($500) and Franklin Road  djain ($1,000). Secondary roads include  Winn to School Road ($38,000); Gower  Point Road-Rock Bluff ($22,300) and  Gower Point Road-Properties Adjust.  ($273TM)).' Protective "services amount 'to  $4,332 and the senior citizen project budget of $4,000.  Included in the budget for recreation  and cultural services is $1,500 for municipal grounds; $250 for the Holland Park  marker and $4,000 for the boat launching  ramp.  Other   expenditures   include     general'  public health and welfare services, $1,644.  WE  SPECIALIZE  IN  HEAVY DUTY /MECHANICS  ���  PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE  ��� COMPLETE  LINE OF  HEAVY  DUTY  AND  AUTO  PARTS  AND  ACCESSORIES  GIBSONS MARINE AND  INDUSTRIAL  (1972)  LTD.  Sunshine Coast Highway, Box 397, Phone 886-7411  uy Direct from the Mill  Cut all sizes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction grade,  random length _���, T_��� ������  p.m.  $130  Silk screen artists  Mrs. Fran Jones, Mrs. Shirley Macey and Mrs. Carol Kurucz, use the  silk screen method to transfer names  of sponsors from* a stencil to ball uniforms of players under the Gibsons  Athletic Association sports program.  PRE-CUT  HOMES       3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.  H700  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package   Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  Number two and brr.  bevel siding ....p.m.  210 Ib. roofing sq. butt���  colours     -_   lU��y!i  <&  H65  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  Surrey  9815 Robson St.  588-5441  First 10-speed winners  The first proud winners of a 10-speed Fletcher Road, Gibsons. The girls  bike in the Peninsula Times subscrip- sold. 45 subscriptions between them  tion contest, were Brenda (left) and and are still going strong, in the  Deannie Sanderson, daughters of Mr. hopes of winning another 10-speeder.  and   Mrs.   Doug   Sanderson,   South ^   ���"-\   !   :      :        ,  Up to Council now . . .  y/2 million molel-resluurant  ���.....-.-������   >c_  complex planned at waterfront  PLANS for a $V_ million motel-restaurant  complex on the waterfront property  (formerly the old glue factory) across  from the firehall on Gower Point Road  was presented to Gibsons village council  members  last week.  Ola! Klasen, spokesman for P&O Development, told council that his company  lias been in construction with village  planners and, "has received their blessing  on the development."   It p. mud, the   ph-isc.   at.   present   called  drawings by ..the architects would be ready   by   the   end   of   June   or   the   early,  part   of   July,   "if   Gibsons   council   approves the idea in principle."  Consideration is also being given to  a marina. Mr. Klasen said the location  referred to, "is the most logical one in  the area lor the boating public."  Mayor Walter Peterson referred to  the village's new zoning bylaw whereby  marinas   have   to   provide   one   parking  for a 45-unit motel building with a restaurant comprising a seating capacity of  .r>0 persons, Mr. Klasen told council'his  group was looking at the possibility of  erecting a hotel on the property.  "But," he added, "I understand council doesn't favor a hotel."  Later Mr, Klasen said the property  on which the proposed motel would be  built consisted of 220 feet waterfront,  The   spokesman     said   that     working  space for each boat. While discussing  parking (and the proposed development  does include enough parking in accordance with the zoning bylaw), Mr. Klasen  added, "we have checked in town (Vancouver) and most parking spaces there  call for eight feet. Gibsons calls for nine  feet,"  Alderman Jerry Dixon added, "on the  surface I think it looks like a good deal."  Council will study the plans and advise.  GOVERNMENT OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  JOB OP  TUNITIES  PROGRAM  EXTENDED  SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1972  ��  Hundreds of excellent people available now ��� each one holding a "Certificate of Opportunity" issued by the Government.  Pn4W?.i*��+i* il* ll*��Mr��i!��:li|-J Uir.'ll,*S-l*l^-v-t*-*i��il'Wli*:WB*��WI ii hlfrl* I WWIfi-^fjfW-Swt I i&Wf W^'MlfflSfllS sipij*-. (.-ll SM3"  ...���.���.���.,Ypu.pay:only^5Q%-.of..wages,or-sqlaryfw.hen,you,create*,.work,  for these "Job Opportunities Certificate Holders",  �� Minimum of eight weeks employment must be offered.  , i"  ''*.''��� 7      ' .. .,    ''''' 7 ','"i,"7'    '   ''''   V       ! ' v' '  �� jobs offered must be newly created.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEND COUPON  t   .      t��^*v    i   \\*"|ft|i^lS*i"_nS_fA__.    w________t!__    *"* i" tit'  ttflfiW* y ffityv1' ����^1  Wy^W\ ^-nMU&m  Firemen act fast  (jiltaoiiH vqlmiloor flromon uclod 1'nst   Ono lono occupant in tho building  Sntwndny aftornoon  uh ' thin l'mmo    (next to tho .Uimos Lockhnrt roHld-   ]iomQt'on'llio%Sul\Blilno"C3on'BllllRhwny*w"*oncolr''oscn'ped,whllo'wothorrwho"ro*'  ^wniflnoW^lllnlft^^  .'i11    ,      i  M        i  <*   h>\  )2  rae  MAZDA!   MAZDA1*   MAZDA!  NEEP a new or used car?  Soo your Mazda Representative in this aroa  BRITISH COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT  HU If-   ^^^l-**^r..4tj;f'-^'.^r<N^ ^^^.  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'���MM^I��(������<im'*M>*1����t'*Wif1������Mt*��TII��l j  MIM^.IWW  ....   i  i  ���'  f*S*ji������!<8lW!W<J!l��^^  .mmmmwvwmm  ,v  7  I,.'  ��� ,  ��y, ..,!��'   7^*, .._,-���'   ,, w^  Wednesday, May 31, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-5  ���<^'&  *^\  y><tm. "^  , ..,��� i,..-,,.  ><*  ���7-^7/^7o?  *! -^fesi-H" v  '"*trtHlWi:  ujL'.-  Jubilant  Winning Iho Srhool  Dish let  Trophy  ior- Iho first timo ovor, Madeira Park  alhlol-e,s together with their cheerlen-  ilors, .Principal   Vera. Wishlove  and  Coach Mi', W'ilf. Buhner prepare to  leturn.witii  the--trophy  which  they Shared honour   7 7 --..'..'".  lichly deserved,; to their school on   Accenting 'the  trophy  on  behalf of    ped 4 ft. S'/Vinches in lhe high 'ump  Friday afternoon.. Final points were    Madeira   Park  School,   Colleen  Ne-    accept   congratulations,  from! Dist.  Madeira. Park" 99; Sechelt 88; Gibsons    wick who. came first in the one mile    Superintendent Mr. Hanna and School  76; Roberts Creek 44 gnd-Langdale    marathon and Sheila Harris who lea-    Trustee Mr. John Haves  40.   .- ���-��������� ������:���   - v_,   ���     .    ��� j    -  School superintendent  lauds siudent project  COMMENDING Elphinstone Secondary  School students on the work and ef-  lort they put into their recent environmental day, cjistrict superintendent R. R.  ITariniT said"^  ^oorns that the litter barrels were not  acceptable. It appeai-s th^ litter barrels  which quickly filled to overflowing dur-  mjL-pie-Yi^'oria Day holidayhave now  been removed.  It  is Tii*iaersToocr7harnri^  Tired   Athletes  Competing in a full day of gruelling    Lily Mandelkau of Gibsons who ac-    Newick of Madeira Park, both scor-  events. top athletes in the inter-ele-    cumulated 14 .points. On, the left is    ing. 12 valuable points each for their  mentary school sports are grand ag-    Cyndie Jones of Roberts'Creek who    respective schools,  gregate winner of the girls' trophy    tied for second place with  Colleen  barrels wore removed from the roadside by the department oi' highways because no arrangements had been made  to have the barrels emptied.  Mr. Hanna also commended Elphinstone Band on its recent performance and  stated that the students are now on a  band  tour  of the  Cariboo.  Teacher   resignations     accepted   with  regret include Miss Georgia Simmons of  Sechelt School and remedial teacher Mrs.  -.Frances Jovick.  .,:        Thirty-three    student    visitors    from  �����*..   Galabogie Public School, and- five escorts  will be billeted in the district June 11th  and 12th, Calabogie isin Ontario and the  students plan an extensive. tour of West -  DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  Seeks volunteers to operate the Chamber of Commerce  Sechelt's Tourist Information Bureau.  PLEASE CONTACT-  if^g_aaJLh^^  -or 7" ' ^'"7"'- -.���  John Thomas at 885-2444  ib#l!5^-_^K^lF^BmJK  **7 WIU _-_WAW____t __WXT  ���    iHK"". __\_W__W���_^Mi __\^__7_ ���'���' ���  iyywlr7:W_im.:7~. 7 _____ tJH^v.; 7<.,,  ";7;7U se 'de nta I floss -aih'cl 2;y  iyour toqf h6rush|every;day?  71A Public ServicB:Message;tr6m;!  7V..7J HE. D E NT IS f S ���' 6 %.&&$}?$.  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Hanna., was  ��� .mighty proud to prosopi.thQ-grnnd  nggrogato boyw! trophy to Danny, Olson who enmo first, In hl/ih-Jump;  proad'jump antl shot-put Ryan Fas-  . ,cal on, right scored a thrilling first  place finish in tho one mllojnaralhon  and tho OHO yards .coming Just two  points behind Duiuiy's 21 points. Danny Is from Socholt, and, Ryan from  , .CfibHOHH,       , ,  >-|||)   t|     .,    N ��i.mi..   ���������-��������� Jk������'������ ' "   ���,_,_.,���__, '     '  '       ' t      '   * t       .      .  ^WB^IWwmW^MWW'l'I.WW'  9MM  V.'.t     ,T.H'l i  1  Kimi4f  nWiil' .  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Addlna tho namea  _____  oriapoQitlona of Key omployoQ3 - or other tlrma you roprosont?  ^���swwwwmtt^^  ��M-  RXTRA LISTINGS COST SO UHLE, MEAN SO MUCH,  ^CALLillUailUSiNEKIlQECiCfi-AiafiUUQUBS^ODAYt  MMm^MtL  1  ���*.  #.' 1 j m* v* 11 * 1  B.Q.TEl<��  mmmt/ivmmmmmmHY,  '      I '      , I  I     1^"  m**m*mimm>4i  ^^M^IW.���l:,W,r.,.n.8,il,l|���.,LH,.^l.IW,  W>ftW*'��(*'|*l^^  wt��W^MWWWrMi����W^  ...,- r(.   ,,.���.  7,*:,,,,iL-,*,,,',i,I;,i.s^.\!,*,f.t*,i*,'i)r'*,- ''   '  ���if*?*��*W��t|  ^W;-" \  Page B-6         -   The Peninsula Times  L_    Wpdncsdayr-May-3i4l/* 1972   Safe Motoring  -v��� ^- ' ������-  THERE is no excuse for vehicle accidents  , caused by negleeVoi'.mainiejoanceJPhiL  Farmer, executive- director of the Ca_v.  ada   Safety   Council,   said   today.  "Yet 10 per cent of accidents in Canada are-thd-dtlcct result of mechanical,  malfunctions, " most of which cari be  traced back to lack of proper maintenance,*' he said. 'That's 50,000 accidents  a yeaiv \.  "Most of us\ymply do nol maintain  our  cars   properl^We   Wait   until   some-.  CEDARS  Imi,  Gibsons,  was  the  location  chosen ior the recent graduation banquet- held  by the Sunshine Coast  Power  Squadron.   i  4.    Unique feature ol  the event, was that  this was the second such graduation rec-  passes   by   students  of   the  thir^  breaks before* we  ^el  it   fixed! We-  put   up   with   a   windshield   wiper   that  doesn't   wipe   properly,   or   try   to   finish  the  season* with   a   pair   of   worn   snow-  tires."    t ,  In the long run, he said, il is not only  .safer bat also cheaper to maintain a car  properly. "It's cheaper to buv a windshield wiper than pay the cost of running  into the hack of another car; it.costs less  Id buy a new tire now than after an excursion into tiie ditch when .the old  one  blows.  "Besides that, we need everything possible going for us to cope with an emergency al 'highway speed���and we never  know  when one  will  arise.'] ,  For these reasons, and more impo-i't-ant,  because of the injury and loss of life  involved in acefden-ts, the Council has  advocated a compulsory motor vehicle  inspection system/ in every province. Inspections are contau.lsory in Nova Scotia,  New Brunswick'Prince Edward Island  and British Columbia. Partial systems  exist in Ontario and Quebec and a pilot  project is operating in Manitoba.  Regardless of whether compulsory  motor vehicle inspection programs are  available, the motorist has both a legal  and-moral responsibility to keep his car  in safe operating condition. In an attempt  ��� tn roach motorists who are nol /covered  .by the compulsory systems, Mr Farmer  said, the Council has adopted* two safely  ('hecks.-        '  The first is carried out in co-operation  with an increasing -number' of garages  across the country. The Council provides  the garages wiih a checklist that can be  filled out by a mechanic and that gives  a car owner a good idea of the condition  Of his car There is no obligation to have  any work done, although a wise motorist  would lake* immediate action to have the  faults corrected.  The other  test   can   be carried   out   by.  of his car. Il helps him detect dangerous  mechanical, faults, each of which can  cause fatal or injury-producing crashes if  left unattended. The motorist is simply  reminded to note if his car has any of the  following ten faults: brake pedal sinks to  the floor under light foot pressure; car  pulls constantly to one side when stopping: excessive play, in steering; car vibrates at r>0-(ifvmplr. steering column shimmies al high or low speeds; rear-wheel  locks up on light application of brakes;  poor roadability (requires constant steering to keep it. on the roadV, excessive  noi.se or wlu.slhng in the exhaust system;  u hi"):, ii,il.-odors  inside   I lie  car;   directional  Members of the local Power Squadron held a Graduation Banquet" recently in Gibsons which saw graduation of a number of new members into the organization. Among long es-  -Pbwer squadron banquet  Safe Boating course. Congratulations  were extended to instructor Gordon Hall  or the calibre of his tuition and also  to the students for .the efforts shown.  Certificates were presented by Pacific  Mainland^ District Commander Dick  Blockberger who also conducted the installation ceremony and welcomed new  members into the squadron.  In addition to safe boating, the power  squadron offers advanced courses in many  tablished members present were,  from left, Gordon Hall, Cliff Salahub,  Harry Gregory, John DeKleer and  Wirner Richter.  subjects   connected     with,    boating,    and  safety.  Another--.course- taken- fejt-sorne members  was  that of Seamanship.  This  was  conducted   by   Dave   Richardson   of   Gibsons   who   gave   freely   of  his   time   and  duaiion cefemQny-  was  highly  praised  fur h.s efforts.  Another course ph. weather was successfully completed by-^Mr. afid Mrs.  Werner hichter, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Moore-  ciroft;* Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waltham, Dr.  Alan Swan, Mrs... C. Salahub, Mr. and.  Mrs. Len Van EgrhonO and Mr. John de  Kleer. All are,-.now competing wiih the  weather man in forecasting safe boating  weather. '  In addition to'recognition for course  achievements, Mr. Blockberger presented  Certificates of Merit for. volunteer work  done for the squadron. Recipients were;  Don Hadden, Dave Richardson, Gordon  Hall, Werner Richter, Ray Chamberlain,  Rod Moorecroft, Len van Egmond Bob  Waltham. '   \  \  executive are: Don Madden,--executive of-  -freer-rRod Muuiuciulil, treasurer; Len van  Egmond, publicity.  \ \ \  Special guests for the event were:'Mr.  Blockberger and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scott  of Vancouver.*  1  Another brief ceremony conducted by  -Diek- -Bleekberger was instaHatien���of- the  new Commander and executive. Ray.  Chamberlain takes over as Commander  from Werner Richter and included'in his  CONRAD  E.  WAGNER,  D .P. M.  PODIATRIST-  FOOT SPECIALIST  will   be   in    Dr.   Webb's   office  -iBeraier���Block)   in���Sechelt,   on-.  Monday, June 5th  from  8 a.m.  "to 5 p.m. Phone 886-7005 (after  6 p.m.) for appointments.  !-  signal':! ino.'-Urallvc  If any. of these faulls are noted', the  .car should be taken to garage for repairs.  Those  repairs  cost   less  than  more  M-i s   mechanical   .rouble   later���or   an  accident.  Wood  is. stronger   in   tension- tha.i in  compression, '    .  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales- Service &'Accessories  "Axes and Handles. Wedges  ���      and- Cans* and  -  PIONE'ER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  .��.������W,���1��M.,��...,..M..��.4.������, 885-281 '2"'''*'***'l'*'���,""~*'''*''��,���*"*'*,,',',���  t  Box 636  Socholr. B.C.  ���pctr-M  7   1  Roady To Help .  ,  ,  q call lo us qssuras Qn  Immodialb roi-.pont>o,  you can roly'On "us !b_   ,  Squaws!*1**w .���w WWw-y-*    vtmiim^i.*  ii~t*-w.1    J. 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However,  local artists are encouraged to submit  their work at any time.  Pat Gallagher's pottery is in good supply  again   together  with   such   items   as  Opposition notes  ���by Harry Olaussen  ���'    '   .   Federal NDP Candidate  DESPITE what was described as tax re-  . forfti last year ordinary Canadians aj*e  still saddled with an unfair share .of  this country's tax burden. The Minister  of Finance continued tp preserve the advantages our tax system ��� gives the corporate world under the present budget  and, in fact, hastened the shift in" the tax  burden from corporations to individual  Canadians.  The share of revenues provided by  direct taxes on individuals will have risen  from 39.3% in 1963 to an'estimated 49.9%  in 1973. Meanwhile, the corporate contribution, will have slid from 19.3% in 1963  to an estimated 12.2% under this budget.  (The rest of the revenue will come from  -customs, excise-taxes -and���the " sales tax -  ���all of. which are paid in the long run  by the consumers rather than being  charged against profits.)  For 1972-73, the Finance Minister forecasts thSt 15% of federal spending on  a budgetary basis will go to "economic  direct or indirect contributions to business, things like the industrial incentive  grants, loans, re-training programs. Now  corporate taxes to the government will  amount to 12.2%: of the government's revenue   under  the   new  budget  while  it  Shaw, was unable to be with us as she  had another birthday party to attend the  same evening. However, Bro. and Sister  Shaw sent their greetings as did many  other lodges and members.  The Assembly Vice President Hilda  Schad, from Powell River, was present  with  her husband Bro.  Wally  Schad.  A gool- attendance from Sunshine  Coast Lodge 76 and several invited  guests included Mrs. Dave Grey, Mrs. Pat  Holland and her husband, Mrs? Ruth  Weston formerly of Chilliwack, Betty  Woodford, Mrs. Elizabeth Thicke, Mrs.  Gillian McLeod, Mr. W- McGregor, also  the husbands of Rebekah's and wives of  the lodge '76.  Winning    prizes    were    Mrs.    Jennie  batik  lamps, ceramics and  portraits.  Hours are from 11:30 am to 3 pm  Tuesdays, 1 pm to 4 pm Wednesdays and  10 am to 4 pm the balance of week.  Valley     Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  available  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine Coast Highway  885-2812   '  ,.7.7'::'" Princess  Lois  *'"'���  Crowned during the May Day holi- Lois, retiring Princess Rena Joe and  day, Lois Paull is Indian Princess for Naida August. The crownine of the   Reiter> Mrs. Hilda Schad, Mr. Jack Mar  1972 and no doubt many important Princess ceremony,    conducted    by   iha11 and Mr-  Marvin McQuarry.  Mrs.  functions yyi.1 require her attendance Chief Henry Paull, was followed by  during   the coming   year. Pictured children's  sports organized  by  the  from left are Carol Louie; Princess Homemakers Club.  May Day event.. . :  Indian Princess crowned  with traditional ceremony  Reiter  also  won  the  raffle.  Mr.  Surtees  was   presented   with   a   quilt  which  she  won   in   a   raffle   in   Teshquoit   Lodge.  Powell River.  The card party was convened by Mrs.  Nellie Whaites. This was the first social  function attended by the new District  Deputy President Miss May Steel of Gibsons, B.C. '  SEGHELT   Indian   Band   conducted   the  traditional   crowning   of   their   Indian  Trincess  for  1.972  during the May Day  celebrations  held "in  the  village.  Escorted by her two attendants Carol  Louie and Naida August, the Princess  Elect,  Lois  Paull looked  very  lovely  in  annual bazaar and raffle. Beautiful hand  made articles will be on sale, including  the delicately embroidered teaclothes,  tablescloths and pillow cases for Which  the Homemakers are renowned.  Tickets for the raffle which includes  the lovely Afghan; Man's Indian vest and  Most Christmas Trees in Canada  come from plantation or from cultivated  wild trees.  her- pure white gown, f ririged-and richly "exquisitely "harid-paihtea  tea" tray'''*' mfy  embroidered  in  a  motif  which matched be obtained from the Homemaker or at  her beaded headdress. the  Times  office  in. Sechelt.  Retiring Princess Rena Joe presented The bazaar commences at 12:30 p m  her   retiring  speech  before   a   large   at, and those wishing to purchase the lovely  tendance of people and crowned the new articles should  not leave it too late  as  Princess.   During   her  reign, 'Rena   per- this event is vegy popular.  iorMeefrsms&Bjs^ '    "������'"���-Ir" ,f7     T"  ���n " '  **  launching  the~racing  canoes   carved  by^~  gets back 15% of federaL-spending from  the government. This is the kind of corporate welfare which results in individual  taxpayers -carrying the whole load for  national programs like defence and external affairs, culture, transfer payments  ,-������     to provinces .and to-individuals, ,..���,.  We also fiiid  that the  tax  system  is   _������^^tr^frntnuTToerplToleHTl: ii at 'hearl^'lialJ^r^P"  corporations   are   able   to   avoid   payfoig   <7  .   taxes at all. In  1969, the latest year for   ,  which   statistics   are   available,   46%   of  corporations in  Canada paid not a cent  of income tax. In  the mining industry,  including oil extracting, the figure was  78%.  .  The Minister of Finance had  an opportunity to redress  the imbalance that  has  placed a  crushing  load  of  taxation  on  ordinary  Canadians,  He  could  have  taken a, giant,, step toward a just society  But he threw it away; the tax cuts*and  tho new concessions went to the corpora-  ���',-s*'::���.���-;rUonS,;;;"���!        * ' ' .        -   i  There was little help, nol enough, for  old-age   pensioners    and  veterans    and      students, There was nothing, in* it for the  ordinary wage, or salary earner, for t|ie  farmer and tho fisherman, nothing even  for most small businessmen. Indeed, for  most Canadians there is a hidden  tax  �����-^.Jnere��ao**because*the^3%'Mcutwglven~laat*"''"  October will bo allowed to expire at the ,  end of tho year.  '"'     TlvcrMihiHter'oMmes',!hi'mHoifliy cluipi-'  Iiih Hint his budget will create jobs and  bring about a reduction ln tho unemployment rule, Now tho only effective way  lo lneruHHo production unci croalo jobs  to to RtlnuilHto demand,.'No amoi'u'il of  liribory, will rniako, the corporations In-  oroiifio InvoHlniont unions thoy, hgq oppor-  tunllloH to incrouNo tholr profllt., Even our  now Minister of - Flnuncc must know at-  ''   leant thnfmlich. ' " ��� '  Tho way , to (Hlinulate demand Ih to  reduce tho lax burden on lndlvlc|u��ln ho  that thoy can purchaso the,..aoQda,.,*��ncl.,..,.  fiorvlccH thu need. This to the policy that  Ihq Now Domocrutic Party , > has boon  prowli).. an part of u proarnm to'provide  " "moro J6bp"liiiKXana^l��riB;'''By'''plugalna   loopbolea in the tax fitructuro and pro  vontlng'riomo of tho oxtotlng. alvcawuy  reduce tho U\xo. ol Carmdlnrw olu-nhi.-.  lost? than' *f*10,000*-$_t2)000~"'vory HubHtun- '"'  ��f tolly, pruduclna a tax, Hyst-am that  treated Canadian;-, more fairly. 'Jt would  aho ho Injootlna about .f.2 billion directly  Into tho economy, creatlna demand that '  would brlna about moro employment unci  a more prosperous, more * HcU-rpllnnt '  **.~-"--Cnnndfli  her people and officiating at the opening  of the Administrative Office of the Sechelt Indian Band.  Princess Lois in accepting the crown  of office, thanked her people for the  honour bestowed upon her.  Following the ceremony,* all the  youngsters relaxed and enjoyed participating in the sports organized by the  Homemakers Club.  This coming Saturday, stlie Homemakr  ers cordially, invite everyone to visit their  Resource Rangers are a youth group  of the Ontario Forestry Association.  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  ,���r?.��� t)?<B~2>$M-..^PjroesJ.XQ_,ptP^Bepple!),  each week/It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)  Payroll Clerks  In January we introduced the  Separation Certificate.  It's not really complicated;  but do you know how to complete it?  To find out  Tear here  District Manager  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION  1145 Robson Street  Vancouver 5, B.C.      -___...  ���*"tSr    .''.'.'  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" a collection of.rpolppa unlng D,C, dairy producta la youro.  for tho asking. Just wrl'o;  ��*MJ&MrFOOD INFORMATION  ��� GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parllamont Buildings,' Victoria, &.Q.  s5ft  _QUW  ^vVwrr^  W i'!i'  Jl Hi     17'  I1"   jl I if."  yi'|l>l7r'   *   -   Hi  fi-WfUl  w  llhil  1111  I i  w  "Tf^ss  4i,l  llHl  77  Ir,  m  I  if  11'|J  ���it  ,l7Vr?TT7,rr  I 111 ll III I  li'i'1',"   L li'll'" '[iilli fri'i1  Ii 71 "i    i ��� 11'      !' 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Gait Neilsen   (2nd  in  mile), MeNevin, Bruce Hansen, lain Fraser  formidable    competition,    Langdale Cathy  Gibb,  Susan    Martin,   Moira (3rd  mile),  .John    Cooper,  Marilyn  was  well  represented at  the  Inter Creig,  Laura  Campbell, and  Ingrid Munroe, Susan Vedoy, Cindy Frykas  School track meet. Pictured on ar- Peterson.  Back:   Jamie Egan  (2nd and Colleen Hoops,  lival for the day's events are from mile),  Glenn Wheeler,   manager of  Heat  Taking part in the 1st-heat for the    tained the same sizzling pace, in the  220 yards, Keith Comeau of Gibsons    finals when lie held Kelly Bbdnarek  finds Billy Pha^-lton bf Sechelt a hot   to second place,  contender for ls.t place, Keith main- , 7  ���'   y^iijiyjyyf- <��� vwyyys^ .n>  ���   ��� >}  "s**  ,*���! .,   ' sm.p w,'"',.':����  ,1' * ', :��� --7* __W$&kttt.>i>   "'i;>,,, ,1 ,f ���i^'^'ejt___7^V'     *       '  '��. j���'��/ 'r '",   .* \    '7'^ '/'��'��� '��� *i"','"'**7>)  7{  T'____Wm^y ������ -7,Slv'.7 ^t___WC\y" ' ���        '*lty ,l,,t ' 7 ?7 ���  ^i^/  ' {JB_WL7h^._   .. ,  '   <   ������''______. _"S_ ,.��. -7,'      ,,        t\- .*��\,v !\\  ��� ...  m$m&722 f>, .,-���  4 '*,, 7 i7JW_WMm__km .      *,?;. *..'     *��� .,r 7^��;v7'  , 1.��� ...'laSlfflMEs.jV _\:' '      m___________i____S. .<       ,   ai.i1'  fr��y  V     7* i  ������'il'.'  i> l"',ltl.l\'  ���     *'    ,~ly22ii��#r >, 1  *��� ��� ilBMMplg^r Nil;      7 )i      ' , ' 1      .   ',,,.1     ��  I v'% 7^VJ*Sd^>:-'' S^ll'U' ^ *'V"),; '" *')$W''2    '  Mot he  young  . coffee,.  Fuelling Station  >,*   i  u-rs aiid lenchors helped keep , spectators during ni|tor-,school sports.    .Too  is presiding at the coffee-urn    ''"j*  ig athletes re-fuelled and served ' Mrs, Germalno Lizee is busy wltli lho   during lho morning activities. 7 I  >o���.and���cool���, drinks ��.to ���thirstyv .hot-dogs .and.,teacheV-alde.,,Barbara jw^ ����� ,(p���-, ���,r^7-^.�������..--��^.. ��� ^ . yf%i  I      I  I 'I  I  �� ,'r I    II 11        I    1  t U   ��-�� I      'J >     I I (     IIII    ��H >, M      1   II,   I I       '   I ' I     II    1     >    �� H I* 1        I' 1 1 I '    1   ��� 1  r,   .(. ���� It")  f  7\.\i   7  .}. *"7  I     '    *'  *..  l7i.V  w *i;  ' ;��� 'i(',!���), ,s"(*j n>,^i'    <i '> ��� ,\  1M1 /uiJ' ;'< f  'ir   *���' /-* ' '  77T  ' Endurance  ' Leading ihe field of ten girfs who on-  ,   ,   ,, tered the mile marathon is Colleen  '. V'7^,f\^(;,:h;;i7'V7|'ri,vipv','^,','r'l'i'  ''Now*ick,"of",Matleirp- Park "who'com-  "    '".-'"   ���'    ��� "<���.���' '/'��� ,,.  .ple,ted the distance in 0 min, 33 sees.  Shot-puters  Receiving tholr rtbjwns .from Mr, John Cooper, Langdale (32 t\_ 10")  Hart, Ooerkson are sbot.-put, champs, and Lyle Blomgron, Hoboi'tH' Greek  Danny Olsen,  Secholt,  (40 ft.  IT);    (31, ft, 11").  ..'���'..'''"���./nK'l  iiU'ft^iJiuy^triiv(W(��|i|v'iiiftjtv[;^ii'ftt,4i,\ily*(.ai, t,t���i|.41 Ji'.^   .���t,\��v .i,u.^\idMi^it,i^.~v.fH^..^^.h^h\y%i^\y) >..  '"'' ',JWfth' '''vii;\'7''' v '''''' "'   ''"'"'  7 1, 1 'i ��� i,     , i  k.<*l^i^'*4'Wi'44*#i!llM'*!^  [ 1      1,    ' <   iji    ti ���/ 1   11   1       ' ," ' iji   1   'V I'll  ',   .1' |i,  i    II,'    \  ,1       M      ' '](, , I        ' I , ,|M      '     (  in it4Hi �� ttt 1   ,tt   I       J (I 1 Si     ' I      W j * 1 *, ft   ,       .  j,. .ii.|JW';74'>4  '4      '7   V i,  iiir^ilJ,*    |��l ^m     .1    ��i,l   ��,^l     U*��   t,ln   (MW*>  '   ' ' ��if,;V''''" .  >���',,1.1   rn Triumph )  it'J   yr-nyolUng easy - around ,'lho jrk* m��o  )U   ?jlnfl *��w wcondR spurt to strenk  jinio-ursuplaco-in^^imc^of^fj'^lnr^  r, 1 ^#H M ^ M ��miMwwimwiM9��i4wiie��ww^^  ���**-*���.  ��� lt  |    RUBBER STAMPS  iglnlhe'llmollghtonthowln- Crook, nnd KoMli Comonu of Qibmnk     '       ' 7*ERC,AL PRINTING  >odlum aro Kelly Bodnarok of   placed 1st; 2nd and 3rd {n tho 00 yd,   *    4 'c��k_c*I, TftJE tiaacc  tj  Gary auelph, of Roberta   ilusbi   , ' ' %     . see Iff �� Jllm>  , Hi 1  ,    ,.   , .mii'M'14, ��.��� ��� 1�� wh 1 , m , 1 r,  (r, ; j    '������,, ,-��|,*    "^nTn r.1,1.1 ,1��u,J��i4'i    . ,i)t!IW��|i  ^WMi||,IWWWiWrM^I|ll��m#lWPlWWIlWlmWWM,l��M'll M'W>*4m^lll*lM��*WW��|l.WM��Wi.|MW��WII>.fl**r^^ lP^l'',  .1. , '  ���\ I ���,.' .-..' t; ./;���** ���'rtw%3s3_.'.  Effortless  Placed ;first in three major track citing inter-school competition. First  events, Danny Olsen of Sechelt finds placing in broad-jump; high jump  4 ft 9J/2 iins. no strain as he prepares and shot-put, won* Danny his grand  to.clear 'the pole in last Friday's ex-    aggregate 21 points.  Mighty  Close  Very close finish in  the  girls'\200    of Roberts Creek's Colleen Contior  yards dash sees Lily Mandelkau of    Lily's time was 24.5 sees.  Gibsons breaking'the tape just ahead        *',..- ..tfJ-JSs^^*"*  1 W��*WWw)W��w *!WVyi/"l��"M ffWW'^WWW^WWfi^WWWWW m|MIW��WWw��>W JVmpmvQ'wvwt)j4  Wttffi^fcflnwwwwwtt-W1^^  W#'��w?4WwSf>'gMI^^  ���**    ' m -i,   i   if  ''*���'   '' Jy��  * fa^imm*g4tmm<!tkw%m*m*mk&t  PL AN TO BE PART OF THE THIRD ANN UAL  BRITISH COLUMBIA FESTIVAL OF SPORTS  Go sporting in British Columbia / May 18-June 8,1972  %\/ttiMk!W*>)f^ I*  "'If *flTT'*'* fI*"  More than 7$ major International competitions will feature British    Columbians meeting athletes from Australia, New Zealand, United States,  Japan[rMe>klco, England and Germany, fi/lore than 100 centres throughout  the province will hpsioyef 320 thrilling sports events, for your enjoyment*  See colourful fairs, parades and pageants stag,ed in communities ,",   In every region of British Columbia during Festival weekends.'  ���WWW1 J  _ J*��i^**WWt^a#l'��W<**^H^Il'"��W^ �� * ���*��*����* I* ���  �� ��-*�������� t-ltm  fftt Jf It    ���*��� ft   ���   _J*>     *�����,��'��   f f~����r-*��".��W��A��."������i- ��B><knah ���Mil   I WWf^WMi ^%***f t*v0^imw��4.g ^������'WW'iiiw>i|'J'��W<*H4lWi**^i'UwWW����MW  , ll's'.e. great combination! Action days and British Columbia at a tlmo  June 2nd-5th  Highlight Events  BOWLING: Richmond Golden  Age 5 Pin Provincial' Championships June 5; Vancouver Master  Bowler 10 Pin Spring Singles  Provincial Championships June 4;  PIVING: West Vancouver B.C.  Age Group& Senior Championships June 2,3, 4; FENCING:  Jtepbouverpti^eiJntem0Qnat���  Tournament June 3,4; GOLF:'  Surrey B.C. Senior High Scj  Boys' Championships  Victoria Festival ofSpi  New Zealand International June  5; HAN&BALL: VancouverB.C.   ,  Open Championships June 1,2,  3; HORSE SHOWS, RODEOS:  Langley B.C. Championships  June 2^4;tAWNBOWi.lNG:.  Vancouver International and  'Cower M^BmdClimplohstiip  fl/n/fs June 5/ LOGGER SPORTS:  Woss Lake Loggers' Sports Duty ���  June 3; MARKSMANSHIP;;,. ....   .  Chilliwack International .Open  Centre Fire Rlflei June 3,4;    '  Kelowml.S.UtPlstol Champion**  Ships of B.C.Juno 3,4;  MOTQRSIPORT; Aldergrove  B.C, MotO'Cross Championships  June 4; AshcroU Cross Country &  Moto*Cro$s June 3,4; Klmberley  Northwest,International Drag  '  Races June 4; Mission Inter*  national Festival ot Sports Jaoket  ciwwpfonsblp,Drag Rages Juqo  4; Olivet We^rn Canadian Duno  Buggy Championships JunQ.4;.  Westwood Northwest Inter"  national Sports Car Races  Juno 3,4; ROWING,; Purnabf  RUGBY: Punoan PaoKlo Northwest Open Veterans Tournament  "jmtrsovcEi&fiwmby���-  Russell Cup Senior Provlnolat  Finals June 3,4,' SOFTBALL,  FASTBALL: Vancouver Canada  Northwest, Invitational Men's  Senior Fastball Championships  .Jun9,2,3,4; SYNCHRONIZED  i^******?*****!  M> Z > m  H  V" :    " '���  ati-lttf'Mi BjHHS *ilWn."l!l'i<f*,fMlr**i:,*l^,lft  .!/>���ET  js  3C" ��^  ... H     ^  WMm-        ^  xTTi-irti"'"  Class Championships Juno 8,3; !  TENNISg Vancouver D,C, Festival  ot Sports Tonnls Championships  >Juno 0,4; TRACK �� FIELD:  Kelowna B.C. Secondary Schools ' '  , Championships Juno 2,3;    .  Richmond B,0, Elementary  -Sciwoi~/\{jo~champlonshlpa  Jtine 3,4:WATER$KUNQ:  Sponsored by tho British Columbia Sports Federation amHho  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA���  Department of Trovol Industry  Hon, W, K. Kl ornan. 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I     .  mmmm��**mmmmtm*m*��wtwmmmmmwwmhw.  M  ��� "> , ];  i i   , i ... i  I  ���!  r ;',:t7-'"  1    * teH^i 4 < nu I   m ��� <ll i ,  '   I H" *< *'<" ' '' i ., I  ' t  l,�� ���  / X  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 31,  Page.C-5    t~7   ..��&*'.}?Ui I    <~ ��M*   ft      *        ���_ir499-        ^  *   J*      * fa*-*       '  Pat// St. Pierre  ���Utter from  Parliament Hilt  FISHERIES   RIGHTS      \  OTTAWA-^Although there are thesewho  say that waiting for international  law i  to change is like watching a Douglas Fir  growing   there have  in  fact     been    pome  remarkable shifts  recent years.  Earlier    today,  vvatrlieri   Alan  B.pes-  ley,  legal  advisor to  F.Kterhal Affairs De  partment,outline  tlie    changes    in 'response   of   other   nations     to     Canadian  unilateral   moves   in  " fisheries    protection.  "If one accepts the dictum that change in  international law usually follows a number   of   unilateral   moves   by   individual  countries,  the  next  UN Law  of the  Sea  Conference     may   well     produce   some  startling   results.  In   1964,  says  Ivir.   Beesley,  other   nations reacted  in a  very negative  way  to  the  Canadian   move   to   add   a   nine-mile'  exclusive   fishing   zone     to   our   modest  three-mile territorial waters zone.  Wo were criticized for acting unilaterally. Rome states informed u,s that they  did not accept our declaration as valid.  ���"���Tlie year 196-1 is not far distant in  history, except perhaps to Grade 1 y.u-  -l.vils, yet the growth of our law has been  faster than the growth of l.Hi-t babies.  In 3970, Canada established a full  twelve-mile, territorial .sea. limit. As for  fishing,   we   drew   what   are  called   base  iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiininiiHiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiM  BERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET LTD,  formerly E&M  Complete  Line  of   Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shalagan  Hwy 101 Phone* 885-9414  iMnimnni  linos, ���headland to headland, to enclose  lur_.(* bodies of water as exclusive fishing zones. These included Dixon Entrance  and Hecate Strait and Queen Charlotte  Round on the West Coast ano7 the Ray  of l'"iuidy and Gulf of St. Lawrence on  1 lie East Coast. Tlie historic fishing rights  of other, nations were to he '-phased out"  by negotiation, in these waters.  _ln some East Coast waters, this promised to be*8 task of" some magnitude.  Some nations such as Spain had historic  fishing rights dating back some three  centuries. If phased out at the same rate  as they were phased in, Canadian exclusive control of the Gulf of St. Lawrence might have to wait until the 2rd  Century AD. France had perpetual rights,  set put in the treaty of 1763 when she  retained the islands of St. Pierre and  Miquelon as her last bases in this portion  of the continent.  A few weeks ago,  the first  group of  -the -phasing   out   agreements   was"announced: .The  last   Portugese and  British  fishing   ships   will   leave   the   Gull",   by  stages,   ending   in   1978.   Denmark     will  Community Association  Roberts Creek meeting  THERE was a very *_o*h1 atteindance of  both *uld and new members at the  May meeting of the Roberts Creek Community Association. Approximately thir-  t'yiive people were present.  Letters from two groups request int.  the use of the hall were retfd. As this.  seemed to create the precedent of donating the use of the hall, it.was decided to  write requesting more specific information as to exactly what sort of dancing  or instruction would be involved. Some  people thought that, there should be more  definite signs showing  the  limits   of  the  Super  sales-man  Sapor salesmen Kyle Nygren. Danny  l-awe and'Kevin Holland- took advantage ol Saturday's warm weather  and -peddled fri.il drinks and pocket,  novels on South -Fletcher, Customers  here are Frederick Dempster, Mel  Dempster",. Barbara.. Pearsell and  Marianne Dawe. .' ���  Roberts Creek area^- so ft was decided to  approach the Highways department in  this  regard. -��� ��� '.������*'  Next meeting will'be held oh June  21, which is the third .Wednesday of the  month.- ���  ���'  Saturday, Sunday, Monday  July 1 - 2 �� 3  Due to the Dominion  Day holiday  #^   "���'BANK  of CANADA  ATTENTION OLD AGE PENSIONERS  iiimiiiiiiinniimi?  *rv  McCULLOCH  CHAIN  SAW  20%  OFF  Mercury Out boards  CHAIN  SAW  HOMELITE ���  STIHL  SKILL  Special  McCULLOCH OUTBOARD  controls      y^73  .<*(JSWi!r |H J*Mi*^.'l��"|.iw..HiAW'^  .  Hard Hots - Knee Pods - Whistles  Fire Extinguishers  CRAB TRAPS  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9626  ~c_E$'"fishing "behind our base lines in  1976, again by staged withdrawal. (The  dispute between Canada and Denmark  about Danish fishing of Canadian-bred  salmon in the high seas and - in the  territorial seas of Greenland continues,  but that is a separate question.)  France has agreed to renounce the  privileges established in the 1904 Treaty,  which was a modification pf the original  of 1763. The last fishing vessels from  European France are to- quit the fishing zone by 1986. A maximum of ten  trawlers of the French Islands in the  Gulf will continue tq fish -traditional  areas there, the reciprocal' ..right going  to Canadian ships to ..fish .the coasts of  St. Pierre-and  Miquelon: ������'  -���(Ai'l^__1'e-6rFTfnts   are   lengthy,   techn'i-  cal and couched in intricate phraseology.. '  The above" gives the general, effect of the  agreements.)  'What may be equally significant with  fhefie recent agreements is that since  Canada   drew   her   fisheries. reservation  ��� lines, there have been no* new entrants lo  tho waters;. Polish, TWest German ahd  Russian high seas fishing; fleets grow ever  ���larger and range further., in -their search  Tor protein,  but all have remained out'-  side" lhe,' ;'$��<"*, lilies except ."for occasional   slrnys who are. usually arrested and fined.  AI,so,   as   Mr,   Boesley' noted   in   his  <c���1,!1��><^y7!^^l)ougl\;^^Gal^d^:7:maclo   no ���  reservation   at   the   United' Nutiqns   ro-  gai'dlng her dcclawvtion of a, twelve-milo  ..'territorial ..sea,   no  stule7has  chosen- lo   ���  chnllenge this move ul the International  Court  of ,Justice at the Hague.  The mood  of  the  world  community  one may hope, is increasing recognition  lof,.,lhu-inheront��riglits**ol*����cqaRtal-"StQte.s*  to protect their fisheries, a. rigl)t  recog-  ntoiid only  faintly in the present Inqcle-  '<iu'nl'}"c6'db1'ittf/ih;to'nihti6Hal,llhw7''       "  $���%��� 11   1   Era  njlf 1 wto'iiin'+iSrii'Bti jiH'J I*  For Your  Leisure  I llllv  M  *  *  FROM  Mpiyil||T^WHW^|>Wili"rM.��'.'����^  wkcU^jvJipk  MEN'S AND  C0Ys;*ci;6tHiWGi  rr  WMn**,  . ^��UIH>*tMtt*t l|f tf MM*)i��tft��HMi*l*M4 ��(*-  885*9838  Troll Bay Centre,  Secholt, D.C.  **���*���**  INCOM  ___\ ____ M_W__.      _____ ___t ____&______ __fSB________     ________________   ___________   ____ ___ _____________ _t___t ____      ____________       1MMMM   ____________  HAVE BEEN RAISED  to $150 monthly (single pensioners)  and to $285 monthly (married pensioners)  P| f^t.'f��*i__ i4~iwswf^lt-<-.  smti wWt=fS.# *l ift.fl!*  'w^M^m_Wmmm I  OSTOF LIVING  GOES UP..SO WILL PENSIONS  P pensions and pension' supplements  hWeT*fGl*?n1ffl^  t>$%l**Kdfiibmwmii^  ���PtMw^vtm^m #p��M^jWirt��fl��- ih^ip.  January to redact Increases,In UiQ,.,  cost of living ,.'. i  Pjn fMtMro. If living opsts rise, these.��, ,  benefits will be ocljuoted aodorcllngiy  ooGh April,,.  P all of the v.8 million pensioners will'  have tholr pension nnd supplement  fully adjusted for changes' In the cost'  . of living,..  *             P "I million aged ob and pyor (about 00%  of old ago pensioners) will receive  Increases In either their maximum or  ' partialsupplemorilbehoflls,,.  B"iarraddtttarm^  '' IhcoSe?       W8��      91'r m��mm      0ln9'�� P��*n or a marled pprson wh^a  ' 1 '   ' ���'  '   * ��� 1     *        ...      ... , _���  .Thooa who may qualify for  ��upplom����nt��4�������.4, �����*,�����*-,.,  Application Form to assist them In  determining whetherlhey are now  entitled to the,supplernent,,., , .,���,  Your old ago security pension ,  Your May cheque will not Inolud�� tho  Increase,  Your June cheque will Include:  BaoK payments���January  ' "*" to'-May"*?""     ""1 *~"r' "*"*"  New rate of regular monthly  cheque  Total to be paid In June,only  Your old nge ponnlon nnd  aupplomont  Those who are receiving maximum  wstmW^?t&>imm*m  husband or yvlfeja not g pensionerflnd^  11  82,80  $286 for a married ooUple where both aro  pensloners-Jpl 42,60 eaolv      >���  Those who are now receiving a partial  supplement will also receive the same  amount of adjustment, but hofthe new  maximum benefits noted above,  J YouV May cheque wlll'not Include thQ���,._w  Increase." " ' '     ~*w  Your June cheque will be at thenew rato  and wHLaijajooWdo the baoK payments  to last January,  N-ood More Informntlon?  Additional Information will be mailed to-all  penti|onors In rhld-Jdno. Information Is  --oUio^iiU4jUUpi]QJUiaJ^  Security Office lathe capital city of your  province,, ...'.,,..'...,: "...  s^mmmfm  ��**mlm  ,#<iv^isfiisim��n  IwfflMfffiK^ M^mnwt^ffM^!  mxy  mH&mce.tof'*'**  .If.  t��t3w*-*M^*tt��tiA*  .#aw^Wiw*Awtt*'W|W��)'S*M  All those receiving only.Jllia \j>mk Q\_\ A9��  th,.^l>pV,K>ll444MY^H,lfH-Hf944\ ���*�����* H"< tM��lt*MWH- W* *��   .    'U.U *.*M fill.6',��(���� W'mJl-tiW! fl^lljl.*! JSt-./l jRl.lft-*^ b#   f*^,��lMH  Security pension will,receive during J*-*!***'  Inlofmatlonal material ahci a Supplement *  T#��n7  i'*��.  r"  andWolfaro  Mlnlntro'  Sante <it  Bl��n*��tr��i iOQlAl  ���ir^'w'wr  |<#t4p>|M&l^i!?ft^^  m^^^mmmvimm^mf*.  mmmviA  T��  f{f*v*m<>  ��.  ���^f-T-]  mmmm  mtwHmm  ���*  i'.i   .<  "/(**  '��,   ll  "'4 .������.���V<1  K  1'V V  \'  Page C-6 The Peninsula Times   ���Wedne5dayy*-May73.j7_  UQljmoQ^lkiy^  My Mom says Uncle  Mick's Shoes are too  good to play in .  .  .  \ y ���by Mary Tinkley  ARCHIE   Rutherford   returned   from   Ste\i>3ges   ranged   up   to  45.   The  Convocation  Mary's   Hospital     last   Thursday,   but     address   was   given   by   the   Hon.-  Grace  following   another   heart   attack,   had   to     MacGuViness who was "given an honorary  be rushed back to hospital the following     degree of Doctor of. Law. v .  day.  #romxi^���pulpit~S^e&  After all!  Where else?  UNCLE MICK'S  At  The Trail  Bay Centre  Last' weekend the Frank ~ Jorgensen  family moved into their new waterfront  home at, the head of Redrooffs beach.  Their forrner home at Hunt's Corner has  \been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Zuid-  ema,  formerly  of "West  Sechelt.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pallant who were  in Vancouver last week are congratulating themselves on a narrow escape. A  car went out of control and was headed  straight for the house on Tenth Avenue  where they were staying. If it hadn't hit  a   tree,   it   would   have  crashed   into   the  Other  new residents of  Redrooffs are     bedroom  wfiere they were sleeping, One  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Jack   Halford   who   have      man wa* killed and two seriously injured  ���.���. *^_   ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  ALCOHOL is. still our major drug problem. In the U.S. conservative estimates state there" are at least . million  alcoholics in that country. Canada probably has about the same percentage. Alcoholism has beeh labeled the number-  one  public-health   problem.  Furthermore it is not only the one  who drinks who puffers the tragic consequences, but thousands of others whb  perhaps do not drink at all are affected  nMAMMMMWIMMMnMMnAMAJWtMMMiWUWUWIMIJWIMWUWIMUIJfe  EXPERT  A SPECIALTY  WITH US  Watch  Repairing  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown*Intact) - *  -4��CHHJJCWEtHRS���-  bought from'Mrs. Eva Lyo,ns-the property  which" was formerly the home of John  Ferguson.'  Raffle tickets for a beautiful cedar  chest and contents are now ready and can  be obtained from Mrs.- Ed. Cook, Mrs.  M. Tinkley or any member of the L.A.  to the Welcome*Beach Community Association. Winner will be drawn at the Country Fair on Jtt4-y���4-5. Tit-k-ets-ttre 25 cents k-  each, 3 for **50 cents.  Mr. and Mrs. Frit*/ Leuchte were in  Vancouver last weekend to attend the  Convocation Exercises at Simon Fraser  University where their son-in-law, Richard Bolivar, received his B.A.- degree,  majoring in English. It -was, says Mr.  Leauchte, a most colorful and impressive  ceremony. The broad stairway "leading  down to the Mall proved a perfect setting  for a procession of graduates, doctors,  professors, while the pipers played  throughout the procession. With the  bright colours and the picturesque graduation gowns it might have been a scene  but of Tudor ��� times. Mr. Leuchte was  impressed too with the' seriousness and  maturity of many oi* the graduates whose  Walter Safety say*,  "Kneel or sit low In a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the <-,anoe until  help arrives.*'  in the crash.  The Ed.  Cooks at Eureka report seeing  a   number  of   blackfish  passing   the.  entrance   to   Sargeant's   Bay   last   Thursday, heading towards Gibsons.  The   beauty   of   the   Redrooffs   Road..  with everything-green and lush, the dog-,  woods . putting   on   one   of   their     finest -,  shows and  flowering shrubs blooming in  the gardens, is constantly marred by unsightly   heaps   of   garbage   which   people  have ��� ieft in ^astic bags by->the roadside  and which have  been torn  to shreds  by.  coons  or*.*dpg��  which  have  scattered  the  contents'all  over  the  road.  Plastic  bags  may   be   satisfactory   in   cities   but   they  are certainly most unsuitable as garbage  containers here where there is so much -  .wild   life.  Mr. and Mrs. Uack Temple, spending  a vacation at their Redrooffs Home last'  week were delighted to have as guest  their nine months old granddaughter,  Dodi Lynn, who was accompanied by*  her parents, Bob and Maureen Smith of  Prince George. This was Dodi's first' visit  to  Redrooffs.  Visiting old friends in Welcome Beach  last weekend was Mrs. Mae Morris, a ���"  former owner of the Storey residence at  Welcome Beach. She was accompanied  by her daughter, Betty Stansfeld. Alex  Morris died last October after a long  illness and Mrs. Morris is now living in  North  Vancouver.  Cliff   Connor's   guests . last   weekend  were his brother Jim Connor from Van- -  couver. with his wife May and his sons  Norman and David.  by - those���who���must���have���their���boozer-  About 60 per cent of all traffic accidents  involve drivers who have been drinking.  Employees who drink cost their employers millions of dollars each year, to  say nothing* of the cost to the taxpayer.  And then one of the saddest results of  alcohol is the hundreds of families which  are crippled andv broken up because- of  alcohol being allowed irf the home.  But many will say there are the 'problem' drinkers and there, are the 'social'  or 'moderate' drinkers. In reply 16 this  consider what Billy Sunday said: "No  drunkard ever intended to be a drunkard.  Every- drunkard intended to be a moderate   drinker." ���.   -  Friend, if the bottle is controlling your-,  life,  and  you  in  yourself  have   not  the  strength  to  put the  cap  on  it,  then  let  me   urge   you   to   seek   God.   He   wants  to  help you  today.  Dental Topics  DENTAL  ADVANCES  THERE are indeed few people who would  admit that going to a dentist brings  happy, comfortable thoughts to mind. In  recent years however.^dvances in the  field of dentistry haveftiade a patient's  visit to a dentist more acceptable.  Modern equipment which can drive a  drill at greater speeds allows the dentist  to drill a tooth much faster and eliminate   unpleasant  vibrations.  The making of sharper cutting heads,  called burs, by using diamonds and carbon steels, serves to cut down on the  time spent in the dentist's chair.  Today, of course, the  use' of modern  anaesthetics  permits the-patient to, visit  a   dentist's   office   without   any   thought.  iIL,-b��_a  painfttl experience  VISITORS to the Curly Luckensjrom  Abbotsford were ' daughter Avril and  ��� he* husban<4 Murray King - with their  children. Came for a few days and stayed  for a week. Murray7-s with the Department of Highways, in the workshop, in  Abbottsford. N  It was axfull house for the long weekend at Mrs. Margaret Slater's home at  Davis xBay. Mrs. Slater's daughter and  husband Mr. and Mrs. John See and three  of their six children with John's mother  Mrs.   See -Sr.  from  Surrey.  Mrs. Slater is a former teacher in the  Sechelt area moving back this spring  to Davis Bay.  Tw8 showers have been held for  bride-elect Miss Clare Ann Lawrende,  daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cecil Lawrence  of West Sechelt, whose marriage to Mjr.  Kenneth Fraser Chapman of New Glasgow N.S.,  takes place June 3rd.  The first was held May 19 at her sister's Mrs. Jean Kuerpig of Porpoise Bay;  present vwere Mesdames Fran Starr, Louise Lang, Phyllis Parker, Lil Hopkins,  Norma Hanna, TJjelma Aylwin, May St.  Jean, Alva Booth and-Mcs^ Queenie Lawrence mother of the bride tcTbe^  Not able tb attend but sending gifts  "were Mrs. Mary Gray, Mrs. Marilyn  Wigard and sister Mrs. Judy Propenko  of Kitimat. * ^  Then on May 26 Miss Lynn St. Jean,  Miss Lawrence's Maid of Honor, held a  shower at her mother's home in Sechelt.  Attendants Miss Sue McKittrick, Garden  Bay and Miss Linda Hayward were  among those present,. also-Mrs. Queenie  Lawrence, Mrs. May, Mrs. Jean Kuerpig,  Mrs. Fran Starr, Miss Sue Ballarice,  Miss Patty Hall, Mass Brenda WeinhandL  Invited but unable to attend were Mrs.  Louise Lang, Mrs. Bea Rankin, Miss  Lynn   Watson,   Miss   Adrenne   Akeson,  ���by  Peggy  Connor  Mrs:- Joan  Gory.  The groom was not.Jeft out of pre-  owedding celebrations. " Maybe after the  stag held-for him last Friday night -he  kind of wishes he was. Ken Chapman's  brother Donald will be b'est man. Ushers  George Wood and Brian Higginson, Ken  arrived "at the Peninsula Drive-In dressed in sacking and ball and chain, understand it was not what he planned on  wearing.  The passing, of Mr. Louie Hansen  leaves a big gap in the village of Sechelt,  so long, he was an important member of  village affairs. Mr. Hansen had excellent ideas on- the planning of this village  and if they had been followed through,  Sechelt would have greater personality  then it does now.  Forest   fires   burned   over   almost,.. 4  million  acres in Canada in  1971.  AGRICULTURAL  ADVISORY  FARM  Open  for demonstration  of  �� COMPOST USE IN  GARDENING.  1.1 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Saturday, June 3rd  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek.  FREE ADVISORY, SERVICE  Phone 886-2592  The dental profession���changing with  the  times���Keeping the public in mind.  ���Canadian  Dental ''"Association'  Xmm""-~"-"S&mmSSSSmSZZ_'��S����__T_Tm��_T_^^  1  I  DRY ALDER WOOD FOR SALE  IDEAL FOR FIREPLACE OR STOVE  PROMPT DELIVERY  ��iOME-8��6-729^  I  I  I  I  VlMjf/////i/ff/fM^^^  obin Hoodflour        20.! $1.59  Scott family Tissue ���.������    7 59*  Macaroni & Chocio,  7 ox,   i inr,-1  B  i  Miens Fruit Drinks"t^_i   3" 89*  Canned Milk���-����������� 5-l*LQ0  ��> ;        , , i - : '���i  ue Bonnet Margarine g      99*  2135��  $1 70      An 1 *#  R1���JU-U-U'  i - --* ��� - - ���  Malkins Creamed Corn���. 4 f 89*  M fl H Im Im In H H S***,'______7_B *f"f**WH m***"*' wl   -. ���_�� _____��� H __��� H ______} fiT^* "*^B|*���*�������� *   * " ����� Itwi IW*-^����8W'i��(*w��^^ fl ,*���#  wHimpH ' *i0     H rV'MVNHyv  14 ox  mm " vv  READY  TO  EAT  Cottage Rods ,t8f  Ground Shoulder Steak 89  resh Cod Fillets  -^t^^-r*��jr^j��^lisi^M��M^.I��W'**.rlSl*-nl  IIIVMMIMM  IMItllMMMIMllMll  '  69  Kraft Dinners  Maple Leaf Hams  if!!&^...Jf!Cw  w6* ox, ..,,7  6  .��*��lt n��mi��n #��� *���*��*����� f>*f��|ii *^  Ono Sixo  All Sheer  May belle Pantyhose  Ksaft Salad Bowl Dressing  Granny Smith Apples    29  1 m____m_\   *' ,**^b'^B M^ i^'^,+'^ ��_B__i^ ^ ^ ^"-^^ _____j_H "���'' '**'��� '��r>-*>"'i".,"j'*'�� *"v *������>'* W*-! *�� i-t -*��-t     i*M����>ro *y    . .   rrr^��H-* -. , **    wl  **. *       .    f,^A����**>��"  .*  - /���     tru *��*.-**&   * __f___t______C * ���"*"t",'"i "���*������/'���'*'?* J9____j"''__nHn_i^  Cantaloupe ..,-__r_ 2149  , i i        r      > i 0 ' ��� , 'I . 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