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The Peninsula Times May 3, 1972

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Array \:  ���v\  *SBs  V  \\  *\  |W  ���V  ^w^f._^liy��5����  W6rJfmenrs .Compensariofl Board . . .  Sechelt Chamber reviews  award winner documentary  \  SECHELT and District Chamber of Com-  , merce at its last regular meeting enjoyed the first public showing of a film  documentary just released by" the Workman's Compensation. Board.  Presented by Mr. R. Maynard of  tne  WCB, the film, recently given top award  INSU  "training" of  those similarly  afflicted.  Mr. Maynard said that at the present  time there are 4,200 accident victims receiving rehabilitation . treatment in the  province\ Last year a total of 109,000 industrial accidents occurred and proved  the   highest   number' in  history.  berving the Sunshine Coas_t, (Howe Sound to Jervis lnlet)7including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granfhams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park7Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove," Pendej; Harbour, Madeir'$ Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove? Egmont  7\.  Regts^atJon-Noir-1+42���-V*  2nd Class Mall  .   .Union    ��Sgfr   Label  This Issue 30 Pajes ���r 1$c  LARGEST CIRCU  LATION  OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9 No. 23  WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1972  ���for a documentary, dealt with hazards  \pnd accidents encounfered in industry.  It portrayed the service provided by  the Workman's Compensation Board,  which includes a well equipped rehabilitation centre on the lower mainland.  Workers With legs or arms, sometimes  both, amputated are equipped with artificial limbs and trained staff spend long  hours instructing them to use them. In  due course most of the accident victims  are able to regain their place in society  as wage earners. Some have stayed with  the Board and devote their time  to the  T"  *f**i f^WrtV^.   * QK^A yi^^flrt^ V  "-y-"��T  **���  ^r.  Zti  >y  W41 \ t"  y   ���.-�������� ^*w*"v_, i  - s-,3  *.  ��   ,   A .< ft V ���  A  K  y �����!  OCEAN FALLS  Hop. Isabel Dawson was included in  the group of provincial cabinet ministers  meeting early this week with officials,  of Crown Zellerbach to discuss the future of Ocean Falls. Mrs. Dawson said  she hopes such a meeting will stimulate  ideas and suggestions likely to pave a  new future for the township.  jaKii  IRSE  last meeftjng of the Sechelt and  District Chambafr of Commerce Mayor  Ben Lang announced plahs for taking a  one week planning course at UBC. Mayor  Lang is village representative on the  Regional Board and is on the planning  committee. "*"  PROJECT SAM  No news yet as to a -date" of '���'arrival'  of  the  provincial    auto-body  compactor.  J,egional Board will announce sites for  umping as soon as' more information  becomes available from the project manager.        :    ' 7  NEW MOTEL  Following a  public hearing,  approval  . has been given to rezone property Across  from the Wakefield Inn in order that a  local   group   might     construct   a   motel  complex. Understood to involve 20 units.  BURSARY  Chamber members previously agreed^  to a bursary for the sum of $100 to go  to a senior high school student taking  further education jn either university or  vocational. Following discussion regarding the best, method of distribution, it  was agreed the money be turned over to  the local Scholarship, Loan and Bursary  Society. It was pointed out that this  group, which has recently been incorporated as a society., will ^ensure that  such financial support goes to students  with   a   genuine   need.  REPORTS ^   " ���  Mayor Ben Lang reported that a paving program for the village will be starting very shortly. Coast Paving will be  carrying out the work which involves  sidewalk down one side of ���.owrie Street,  paving of Trail. Avenue from the Highway to Boulevard, paving the area fronting the post office and adjacent business  premises etq.  New refuse "containers are to be installed in appropriate locations, within  the village. These will be of a rather  more durable type than existing containers. Picnic tables and benches, presently  in storage, will be put out again sometime during 'May.  Reporting in ^the. absence of Ted Os-.  borne, Mayor Lang said a representative  of  Coast  Paving  has  been  asked  for  a  qnnto    fn.     piw.ing    nf    the*    prnpngpH    Vinat  r  Aviation Council warns  -airports-aTrivediirst^���������  BRITISH   Columbia     Aviation     Council  forwarded a timely warning to : the  Sunshine Coast Regional District regarding residential development in proximity to airports. -  Pointing to a situation  involving  the ���  Langley   District   council,   a   copyv of   a  statement made by. that council was submitted and  is as follows:  "The airport has1 been in operation for  va number of years and will continue in  operation for some considerable  time  in  the future;  the volume  of traffic is  expected to  increase ih the future,  particularly   on   the   east-west   runway;   those  that develope residential property at the  end   of   an   airport   runway   should   recognize  that  the  airport   was  there  first  , and therefore, has prior rights.  "The volume-of traffic will-increase  and complaints from residents '.will be  disregarded by the airport owners (the  municipality)".  The Aviation Council concludes, "This  is an excellent example of forward thinking which will protect potential residents  of the areas as well as the future development and value of their airport.  Regional Board members moved the  letter be turned over to the Planning  Committee tor study.  :  &s.     '&.  ramp at Porpoise Bay. There are no other  problems involved and work should start  very shortly.  Chairman Morgan Thompson said he  has received two resignations, one due to  a misunderstanding, the second for personal reasons.  The chairman also reported that he  has obtained two prices for repainting  the tourist sign near Peninsula Motors.  First price from a Vancouver sign painter was for $250. Second from a Gibsons  man was for the sum of $251.  It was pointed out that a Selma Park  man also sign-paints and should be asked  to submit a bid. Members agreed that  local people should be given. first consideration. It was therefore left to the 4  president to obtain a price from the  JSeliha Park man and proceed with arrangements at his own discretion.  In opposing areas . . .  First Installment  Statistics reveal  Committee to consider  JVo B.C JiJ.S. aid . . .  Hospital staff quarters  a  MIXED feelings were revealed at last  week's meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board following request by the  Recreation Centre Committee for another  referendum on a proposed Centre. A  brief was submitted outlining the committee's reasons and suggesting that, such  a referendum be restricted to the areas  which failed to obtain a sixty per cent  yes vote. This would exclude Pender  Harbour where the vote was overwhelmingly  no.  Chairman Harry Almond said he has  no objections to another referendum in  light of the wide' support given the project and the obvious interest shown by  large turn-out at the .polls last time.  Director Ben Lang asked if it is permissible to hold another referendum so  soon, also, what was the costi of .the-.last.  -Se-^tla'y treasurer "diaries Gooding ''re-'*  PLANS for the expansion of staff quarters at St. Mary's Hospital are ready  to go for bids, chairman of the Construction Committee, Mr. F. J,.Willis told  the forty-five members of St. Mary's  Hospital Society who attended the annual  meeting  held  on  April 24th.  In his annual report, Mr. Willis. stat.es_  second to none of similar size in B.C., as  far as its equipment is concerned, and  the Board finds this report most gratifying, but it should be noted that before  any expensive piece of equipment is purchased, its value to patient care and the  medical staff is carefully assessed be-,  for   any   purchase   \_   made.   During   the  plied that another vote might be held  at any time. Cost of the last referendum  was $1,100.  Director Bert Slade said he has noted  that population of the Sunshine Coast is  about 12,000 permanent residents. Compared with the population of larger com-  ..  ing the burden. Thus, the load upon. remaining areas will be substantially increased.  Chairman Almond<- agreed that Tyner  had a valid point in that the load would  be greatly increased as far as'other areas  are concerned. Director Cliff Thorold  added that should one or two areas opt  out the remainder would no' longer be  discussing three mills "it will be something very, different," he said.  Director Lome Wolvertoh commented  on some communities which have had  similar problems in getting support for  such centres. He said that many of them  simply watched the population grow and  repeated their referenda until such time  population and support resulted in acceptance. He added that he would favour  Waiting a reasonable period prior to another'attempt  that   during   the   year   the   Construction  Committee   arranged  for  the   design  of  ',a,n,extension, to: the .staff, residence,, since.,.  a housing problem was anticipated when  it  came  to  staffing  the  upper floor  of  At the request of tlie Board, designs  were submitted to Victoria for" approval  "���'last"l,alI-"but-''at'Hhe'".tlme'-,the"report,"was'  .. written word was received that no assistance from BCHIS will bo forthcoming. This would mean that tho Board,  would have to "Wo its' own financing.  GROUNDS  Chuirmun of tho Board of Trustees,  Mr, Don Douglas replying to a '"'question.'  from Mrs. Peggy Connor, stated that  work will commence within tho week on  parking futilities for fifty cars' in tho  lower  area  ln  front    of  tlie  cafeteria.  past year, new equipment and replacements have been purchased totalling  $21,897.06,  To the members of the six Auxiliaries  to  St.   Mary's   Hospital,   and   their   Co-  ...   ......~-~...............   .,.-..._r>:.U....l-.-...-.��� ^JJ^��.t4JJ-Jl^fc3_.:'_.--*;jTJ.^M^-_..JJ,:-��jrtlEC^-  munities where such centres have been  -Gstebli4Shod-4i6-4��G*-not--fool-4ha^t-y:ii�� mi41Sr-H��-sa4d-his--��w��-4ai4��a-^^  Mayor Ben Lang said he did hot feel  a decision could be reached at such short  notice and the matter should be considered and discussed further*at a later  date,  Director Frank West warned that a  postponement now means the centre will  not be built at present figures and at 3  -the-  Application by the secneit Indian ~  Band Council for a grant under the  First Citizen's Fund has been approved by the provincial government  to the amount of $16,000. Hon. Isabel  Dawson personally donated the first  installment of $6,000 last week to  Chief Henry Paull. Funds will be  used for purchase of sports equipment, improve recreational facilities  and conduct educational field trips.  Building construction  blossoms on S. Coast  BUILDING construction of the Sunshine  Coast  took  another   leap  during  the  first  seventeen   days   of . April  as   compared to figures for April 1971.  In his monthly report, to the Regional  Board, Regional building inspector Fred  Reyburn stated that 44 permits were  taken out for the seventeen day period  to a total value of $389,200. These included, 19 permits ^or; family dwellings. For  AprAVofj JQ?i .affotal' of 15. permits were  to,the ,v.alue, pt^'y^uuu and inpluded only  3' family dwellings.  The 1972 figures represent an increase  of 63.3% in family dwellings and a 29.3%  increase in all permits.  birth-rate decline  INTERESTING statistics revealed in the  annual reports of St. Mary's Hospital  Society and Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit,  shows that the birth-rate is not increasing  to any great extent on the Sunshine  Coast. :"r'' " "" "'""*" "' ���-���-.--  One hundred fifty-six babies were  born in St- Mary's Hospital, Sechelt during 1971 showing an increase of just one  baby over the 1970 figure of 155. Birth  for previous years are: 1969���142, 1968���  133 and 1967���122. k   ���  According to figures "iiyen "in the  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit annual report, the number of births in the Sechelt  gchool District (which includes Bowen  Island) for 1971 was 167 showing a decrease of three over the 1970 figure of  170.  School enrolment figures given in the  Health Unit report for Sechelt School  District in 19,71, show an increase of 23  students over the 1970 enrolment of 2397.  TWO-IN-ONE  By insulating your home properly,  you will get two benefits for the_pri.ee  "Of on-Sr'Agcordlng to the Canadian Hy-  ronics 'Council, insulation plays a dual  role. It keeps heat inside the home during the' winter and prevents it from  entering in the summer.  Parksite sought . . ������.  time we have sufficient numbers to carry the toad of a half million dollar project,     Director    Slade, however,    explained  na-  their  co-    that he is not opposed to recreation and.  T>rdin?mng Council,; to^  and credit must be given for their financial support in providing a great deal  of the expensive-and life-saving equipment now in use at the hospital, The  Lions Club have been most faithful in  donating equipment for tho physiotherapy  department.  Many private  citizens,'  his own area actually approved the  Centre, IHe does feel that as we have held  a referendum' which was voted out,"" at  least one year should elapse before any  consideration  be given another.  Mayor  Wally   Peterson    agreed   and  M1y   uuparuiiHui.   mwiy   Fuvuiu   yu^na, j  lod   ,0   lhe   ,    t   thnt     ,      d     j    g  private-companles-and-a l*o^^^  project and he personally feels obliged to  uphold that decision. He suggested "a  committee be formed comprising directors  of areas which rejected or failed to obtain  the sixty per cent majority. They could  "IToTner^?"^^  next meeting,  West's suggestion wus accepted and  area! directors involved are Mayor- Wally  Peterson for Gibsons, Cliff Thorold for  West. Secholt-Halfmoon Bay, and Chairman Almond for Roberts Creek. Ponder  Harbour will bo excluded.  Rezoning request sparks  strong public reaction  lions on the Peninsula have given gen-  nerously and to one and all on behalf pt  tlie Board of Trustees, I would 'like to  say thank you,"  ��� ��� -In closing'; Mr. Douglas expressed  personal thanks to members of tho Board  for co-oporatlon and support during tho  property  trails for walking or horse-riding, a ski  club has been.established and. many other  natural forms of recreation aro available.  Ho said'ho also fools tho area is'hot yot  ready for n half million dollar cont.ro.  'Wo asked the taxpayers to vote on It,  -^nBjncludo^  that there���wlll bo nq .unsightly poles in, to the,administrator and,all the hospital  front  ol\ tiro  hospital.  The  Board   will s\txll.  look Into Imprbvomonls ql tho grounds, .-c.lnwnotrTn <.    <���   * ..   . ��    i    n   i  ' r     <    a, MEMBERSHIP ��� llio fact that Ponder Harbour voted very  PRESIDENT,.'S'BEPORT  , 7 "   ,.''', ' 7 Thirty-three how members, woro ac-   , doglHlvplyrHgoihst the scheme,,, it ih Hug  In  his  annual    report,  Mr.  Douglas copied at tho annual meotlnK, Membor  Administrator submits  official resignation  ANNOUNCEMENT comes  this  week  of  STRONG public feeling supporting  the FINANCING    '  acquisition of four acres of property ' Director  Frank "West  said "that1 he   known as Cooper's Green, Redrooffs, for gathered from tho petitions that if tho  a public park, was expressed in the form provincial government will nol purchase  of two briefs, a potilion and individual the   land  for  public   use,   tho  Regional,  submissions at a public hearing held in '"Board is being usked to purchasei it. This'  "���~trc6"Rb!"8'ffaT^  Public feeling had been  aroused  by ����* prepared to pay for it, and he would.   woyjdW and Hwg^ rossono-hlH-  I do not feel' they should bo asked upaln."         administrator Tony Wagemakors_ Of- Npubilc hem-  he added.   "           ..'...'-.."-,-,;       >         -. jj^j rGiottHO [vcim U)0 Botird of Trilsteos is the only  Director Jim Tyner drew attention' to stales:   . .'���     - In tho aror  Mr, Jim Cooper's application to,rozono  his property, known us Cooper's Greon  from Commercial Two to Residential' Ono.  Recognizing tho fact that Mr, Cooper  has every right to make application to  -property,-thoso present at tho  ing stressed thai this prdporty,   SUBMISSIONS  like to see the people, gtyc the Regional  Board the right to ucquiro land for park  use. This would moun tho Regional Board  taking Qh the fuctlon to noqu|ro land for  public use which would be u, joint venture of tho whole district.  park area with boach access  oa, Mr. Coopor has allowed It  staled, "It has'been'said this hospital is    ship fee ln tho Society-}s~$2 por-year,  .. It was.with r,cgrot,the St���Mary"sJIos  .,,,,,.,       ���   .,        PUal- noartjhnccoptecl the resignation of tho pusl but onco It. becomes residential  gostod thoy not he included in a further    Ul0 Ho-HpUuTTraminlHlrMtor, Mr.'A, Wage- U will bo lost to lho public for all tlmo,  vnlrv  this  will  mnnn  snmn 9.0(10  loco ohm'.       .'������ ��� ,'��� -.��� '    .    ,  ��� "-.,-,--   ���'������<,������ -'���.-...:,.-!.:��,...V,...... ������ ���,��>..    n_'_...���:.  ..ii.i   1 ...���..u   iii.���   <���   ,.���  Speaking  on   bdh'nlif  of  Elphinstoho  and  Pender Harbour Secondary  School  to be used for, community /unctions ln ��stMdpnt.s,^"^,i,\^."^p,'.oi,iM_.^QngU^h;^.fiuppprlcd  ' '   ' " " .... i t-.-ii...    pu|.oha8o^bt^Co6por,8.-.Gi,ooiv.fo��'��tt-tprovln-  "*  vote, this will moan some 2,000 less shar>  n  j2H%&^:^<i'2i'u  7 I   i  '' )lil\  i   mmim  makers, at tholr first board modtihg after _tho annual meeting of lho Hospital  Socloty, Monday, April,24thj; 1072, ' 1 7  ', Mr. Wagpmakorf) came to S't, Mary's^  four years ago, and during this tlmo has  proven his excellent capabilities In tho  flold of Hospital Administration. |  Wo Is now moving to Torraco to lako  ��^over^the*admlnlslrnl|on^of*"tho*")0"be'd**"  hospital there, und In leaving hq lukos  with , him  the  good wishes' of  tho  St.  Mary's Hospital Hoard and slal'f,  Mr, Cooper sold ho would llko lo boo  the l'os'.onlntf to Residential Ono go  thro.ugh he was' prepared to wftltn further two month's to see If tho provincial  government'would purchase tho proporty  as a park-site, ljo plans to divide tha land  Into six parcols of 111,000 foot,  By-law 30 (11) which Included Mr,  Gooporifl��applloutloh**waH��-roooiinimondod��  for approval to lho Regional Board, sub-  Joel lo withholding Mr. Cooper1., application for a further two months,  Drops Ul ...  School.District mill  clal park-silo for the uso of future generations, Ho said there is so little park  area loft in British Columbia now, and  the acreage ,of proylnclal, parks .is decreasing each' year,  Mrs, Chas. Murray spoke'of tlie des-  ��� poruUr need   for 'public  access 'lo   lho  water and described Cooper's Green uh  '*. gom, "     ' , '  **-,HDh,ector*BQ.'^  wrong  If  tho  Regional  Bo.ard did , not  .bond every effort to retain this land for  ���public, use, .   ���  A potilion was presented to thu Board,  slgncd"by'l2(l .taxpayers in .lho1 Hair-  moon Bay area, recommending purchase  of the four acres by tho government for  ^   .    .,..., ^-floo pago A-Q  below provincial aveiage  K��t����t*lty W��^A*Of��m|��W^Mt����t^������*  RKDUdTiQN of 2,12 mills, In! the, mill ,���. plus, ny'arugo had gqno to. rofonhulum, it  rate for school tax purposes 'In tho, would almost certainly havo, boon voted  Minlt    Rehnnl   tllAlrlcl.     will   nrnhahlv     dciwn. No min'would- rnlnln nn oxi'ohh'ox��  down, No ode would ralnto an oxcosH expenditure < with ii drop In (hu mill rale,  ASSESSMENT r "' ���?: ~   ffimm}t\. vuliu. of proporly and Im-  irovoniontN for noli.ml lux purposes has   "          UllH.  Ad-Briefs  point  thewai  ioicHoi  .���nl rate It would lMMio��CHH��pr-lnm<!rtuct���h��croui*o^l��yj��oi^thaiiT*n-njlUiiii.Jii Uili  u \n>��.\w_M uvorii|io,n��lll ruto for col- m'hooldlstrle which hol\m\ In lho mliuv  {�� opurullim'eosl   ��H,Bucholl. rJohool'   te^S S "lU ^l1"' ���>��^'��^f,len,'^Si  In -Today's C/assi7W;��   7 '  Secholt, School DlMrlct will probidily  como uh u HurprlHO lo many pooplo. <  ::r u nr Via fi' 'UW ��� WX ��� W" Wm compun.rl.  ,Wllh-.luHU,vour-:s~flnuiiuu)L'Jil),"l(l,,��n);o.v,lnuluL  avorugo fo 17 11)72 In III,III), bill' lo niuko  this u fuvond)h< I'liiupurltlon,. with thu  kin  logo' 'upuruI'llV��"uiiti'tii" '"��m *.Buclio!|.^"(9olioul"' V��n'.nr-uia���;in111-thui;'i��yi' t-"\viim-  ���r^O|.WttUnB.i��a..a.tt.t^  "proYlnDhiHrnrrn-giror :iO,*H no that Hophell ������������������   Also uwilHtliig in tho roduollnn Ih. thu ��� Times Closslllodj roedi Pvor'^SOO 'honw  School  DlHtrlct  Ih'3,07  below  the  P,A.    Inorouslng poreontngo of cohIh iihurod by' '   '(10,000 roadero), ,    >       ','..,.' ,",  lho proylnelid, government,'This your tho, , ������Tlmoi Classlfloc^.flo ,INTOt|h(B homni .',���...  load shui'9 ��� In 1)0,(11 por rent and .tho not pn ldwn��/ ��l(opu or In culvort*,^ .' ,7  provlnco'H .Hharo Isll.Ufl poivuonl, Last  y��  pn  despito tho fuel. Unit,lho .Sechelt School  ,DlN|_rlct oji^ulliiK'Imdgol, Ih $00,071) over  tho   umount   ullowad    uh shuroahlo  by  luliilhlrr upparont phono-  uxpuyors' Is lhe puplc fiu!��;  " School TriUitooK Imcmiiso  provinces Hnuro is, u.,���� pu ���uaiu, mi   ., Tlr/,o8,ciQB5lflcda draJow-co^hlQh'potcncy ���  your tho locul share was Ul). 10 find tho     'Baloa tonlol   '   >'       '   "   ''���.." ". ���< ���;   !  province paid ,10.00 per conl, ,, '    ���    '   .���. ; LTc   ' ?jI''^' '^ ^effi'^ " if-S'ii^a ''     '  ,   * Another 1 factor..' nffocilnR:thu lower;���;!Xl?25fc J Sf3.fR??i>!fl&cBiB.W","  mill  rmu��� Is, lho- ilucrouna In, tlia* no��-    $85 ffi^S^ft^  7"  jcrluln thatjf the .fOO.UOO    hhureubj^ weotlons oi the budnet,  K ..  ���MiMthk'   i' -imwMKafew!,  i*#ntv*W(*i*.��it>iirt  mm#m*mm**bm  I 1 '   Wk'   1,1  1 ' ft'l v*    >     �� ...  I  v\  Siirifihfn.e CoasL  Minor Baseball Association  commences promising Reason  SUNSHINE .Coast Minor Baseball Association opened its season qn Sunday.  April 30. This year the league has expanded with ten Pinto teams for boys  up to 12 years. These are farm teams for  the Bronco League which has six teams.  The age   limit.ior  Bronco  is  12 years.  There is also a three team Pony  League for boys 1!) and' 14 years, old,  ���tmd���a���Pony���L,g3-RUt! team for boys 15  and Hi years, which will be playing exhibition   games.  Total registration will be over 2.10  boys anil the League includes the area  from  Port  Mellon  to Pender Harbour.  The teams are sponsored by service  clubs and community associations. The  Lions Clubs and the Legions are strong  supporters of juvenile sports. Gibsons  Athletic   Association   sponsors   42  "Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 3, 1972  ^ June A  MS=  SHAMPOO  -  SlT^^M^h this PERIV3  -  COLOR  $1.50  oIf coupon       BLfeACH   $4.00  OFF  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  TRAIL  BAY   PLAZA  -  SEChiELT  -  885-23J9        \  iOur   Prices   Are   Too   Low   To   Be - Advertised   Conspicuously.   Come   In   And   \V?   Will  Whisper Them To You. x  GIFT  CERTIFICATES  FOR  MOTHER?  This Coupon Valid Monday-Tuesdoy in May 1972  at, 1  Sunday   with  some   games  iic  aii 1   p.m.  al 3 p.m. 'if field is in'use at   1  p.m., and  Wednesdays   at   6:30   p.m.  Teams and "home fields:-.Wilson Creek  Orioles, Wilson Greek; Pender Harbour  Tyees.   Madeira   Park;   Gibsons   Firemen,  teams -^Brothers Park; 'Gib��ons  Kinsmen,  Broth-  ^t  NEW TRANSCONTINENTAL FARE IS LESS THAN EVER  \        < If You Book 60 Doys^ Ahead  All Airline Reservations, Tiekets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���Pay Later  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL: NEEDS  **h  "Contact YouTtocal TravehAgent-at-  ^      CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Phone 885-2339  <��*  in the Gibsons area with excellent sup-,  port from the Log Sorting Industry and  other groups.  The boys.also help to support their  teams and will be selling raffle tickets  wit-h���t4*&--d-azzUag���-first   prize   of  an   alL  ers    Park;     Gibsons    Raiders,  Park;   Sechelt,  Hackett  Park.  Brothers  SCHEDULE  Next   week   games   are   scheduled   as  follows:  is your family living in  cramped quarters?  AH  Eager to start the baseball season,  Wilson Creek Crickets wait in the  dug-out for last; Sunday's���opening  game when they played Seclie.it Cubs   ,  Set  There are  ten  teams"1 in the  Pint  League this season and the total re2  gistratiun   includes    250, boys-from-  Pender to Port Mellon.  expense paid trip to the World Series or  $1,000. Watch out for these youngsters  and  help  support  the sports  programme.  PINTO LEAGUE '  Teams and, home fields in the Pinto  League are as follows:  Port Mellon, Port Mellon; Boomrnen,  Langdale School; Langdale Lovers, Langdale School; L & K Loggers, Elphinstone; Side-Winders, Elphinstone. Beachcombers, Elphinstbne; Beavers, Elphinstone; W. C Crickets, WilsonP'Creek.  Sechelt Cubs, Sechelt Elementary; Pender Harbour Tyees, Madeira P��rk7  Pirrros^   Wednesday,   May   3rd,  Sechelt al Pender; Wilson Creek at  Langdale; Beachcombers at Sidewinders;  Boommen   at   Beavers;   I,   &   K   at   Port  Mellon.  Sunday,  May..7lh.  Pender   at   Langdale;   Sidewinders   at  . Wilson Creek; Beavers at Beachcombers;  Boommmen   at  L  &   K;  Port  Mellon   at  Sechelt.  BRONCOS  Wednesday,  May  3rd.  Kinsmen at Raiders; Tyees at Sechelt;  Firemen at Orioles.  Sunday, May  7th.  Orioles  at   Raiders;   Sechelt   at  Kins-  Game   times   for the   Bronco   League   *rheh:r Firemen al Tyet:s.   j      ,    Sunday  games at   1 p.m., Wednesday  <*. /games at 6:30 p.m.  BRONCO LEAGUE  move into your own family-sized  westwood home this spring  Westwood homes are built in sections instead of by old-fashioned  cut-and-fit methods. Jhey reduce on-site labor and save weeks  in hnildinn-limp If von am putting up with sub-standard housing,  Family membership $3  Athletic Association  seeking more members  THE GIBSONS Athletic Association family memberships are now on sale.  Family membership is $3, which covers  the period April 1 this year to March 31,  1972. ������'���������-.  The membership in the local organization entitles you to* vote at meetings;  help formulate policy and promote the  sports which interest you; reduced registration fees in all sports programs: baseball, softball, swimming, soccer, hoc-soc,  volleyball,  tennis  and  sabot  sailing.  Membership funds are the backbone  of the Gibsons Athletic Association. They  help to  provrcte-needed  equipment;--ttm��~~^ir4MaealtJay^^  forms   and   facilities;   help     defray   the     of the sport, as well .as becoming strong-  equipment costs of the expanded  carpet     er,   healthier   individuals.   Eventually,   if  assist in financing new sports programs.  In addition monies are used to build  a better association and community because they promote two principles: good  sportsmanship���coaches try to instil into  these youngsters the method or attitude  of participation is as important as the  victory they strive for. The child, the  sport and the community all grow in  stature because of this.  A child is given a chance to participate���not just the wealthy or top athletes.  All youngsters-benefit from sports participation���they     learn    fellowship,   team  see us today. Chances are you can build a Westwood horns  tailored to your heeds at a cost comparable to yourpresent'r'ent.  And it will be a modern, skillfully-designed home, containing  every appointment you have always wanted.  new low cost suburban homes  "The Sorrento", shown above, has 1172 sq. ft., three bedrooms  and room for expansion In the basement. It is one bf 17 Suburban homes designed to bring ownership within the reach of the  average family. For full details see us today. No obligation.  FINANCING  AVAILABLE  You can have a Westwood home  built, or you can build it yourself  to any s,tage of completion. Either  way, you can finance it through our  versatile mortgage program. Funds  available for any area.   ���  mm  IJESTUMOD UMlfS  *'. H"1 ��� rt i "v*.    ���'-.?* i  bowling'program for the senior citizens;;     iman,ces ever permit, individuals or all-  star teams could be selected for participation in provincial tournaments and possibly the Olympic games.  Buy your 1972 membership now���your  support is needed.  SUWCOAST-^STATES-tTP^  i^^ ,'#>?  Fishing around  ���by Don Radcliffe  REPORTS this week come from all over,  Box 769, Sechelt  FROESE  BROS.  R7R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 885-2241  CONSTRUCTION  Phone 886-2417  *��mV1U*  v<rT*7v_r��_ rv>  ���.wm  Tip-Off  With Socholt Cub's Brad Rodway on Constable Colin Rewertz. during last  1st base, 11, takes some very alert Sunday's opening gamo in the Pinto  'ffeUV^ League,  -baseman Peter Clark. gets a. Up from  ���"sprinp^beiTig taken from Ptr-Atldn-  son to Pender Harbour, and quite a few  bluebacks. No report from our local area,  only rumors that Nor'West Bay is still  good,  &SiiEfilu��a^^Ui"^  14 pollution  laws inTJap&n  * ltM*H^.i*^wi(*,.W*l!.VW*W.JM  ports are of Home biueback and springs  but no sizes mentioned. The muddy  water, from the. freshest, seems to have,  dispersed ond should bring tho fish up  ['rom tho bottom.  There   are   still   schools    of   herring  about  so  fishing  should    improve   this  >woolc,-4<��pni,Uoularly^ahould'���lho����.wcuthui<*.  change for the bettor,  Fisheries Dopt, roports that an estimated 50.000 Una of herring wore harvested this year at roughly i'lvo herring.1,  lo tho pound. That's a lot of .herring and  all al tho .spawning .stage. Tho rod Is sold  as caviar, mainly to Japan. Remainder  of-tho fifth goes'as pot food, This, seems  to mo to bo, an .awful ��wasto of food, both  lor uh ond tho solm-on. Why cannot lho  government fiH.li for dogfish commercial.  ly.4f it J��,only for, potFfoodVrDogl'lah havo  ioo"hlglii*"��"-'morciu,y'i"conlont','(,oi''"hummi  consumption ..���but horrlng cIoohii'L, havo  that .problem. Yet this good odlblo fish Ih  harvested I'or pat-food while dogfish multiply' yoarly7 aggravating both sport "and  oommordlal flshormon,  To tho powers that bo I nay "If you  want pot food use. -dogfish and If you  larvost horrlng, at leant put It to tiomo  good  UHO  fish  on  llio  hook,  JAPAN now has 14 specialized laws dealing with- pollution,   Anyone   who   endangers  ��� other, persons', Jives, or health  -^^liy'^^o ^t��i^-^tihna t^t vim-i4���w,��re t"��'  will be prosecuted as a criminal and  liable to a sentence  of  up  to  throb years  in  jai  �����. or a fiuo of u\S to three million yen (about $0550).  As concrete proof establish  ...ing��.tho-.Uok��.,botwt.on��.cauHO,  and effect  Is  extremely  hard  to  establish   in   lhe   pollution  field,presumption will bo sufficient to start a case.  Henceforth  Japanoso ont.ro-  * pronoun must finance part or  all Of tho expense involved  ih tlrt'llghrngaihSl.' pollution;  creation of green 'space (25-  50 per cent of tho cost); cleaning of rivers and harbors (50-  lOOpcr com);* improvement of  " agjrlcul'.itrar ! land,' (50,-75   per  ��� cent).   Installation   of   publlo  sewerage    systems    (50    per  cent)', removal of tenants o\l  of apartments, from tho aroa  of a polluting industry (50.75.  v por cent), The,, ror,u\lnl ng ox-  v pehsoH   will   ho7 financed,   by  the   Central   Clov.ornmont   (a  Poy��Off  Woll Cop" table lie wo i'i/.'s tip proved  beneficial mul Peter (.Mark"for' Wll'spii  Creek Crickets brings his team In to  bat after eHiplnatlng Hecholt'A- player  ���._wJjo_illiHtUBll��9^lUiLflffiO^j.���  'r^U'��mp3rRro^plflycttr'��nrHll^1hc-l)Hlr  pnrks each Sunday ,at 1 .p.m, and  . . ovary Wednesday at fiiiK) p,m,  ,    Most  strength   proper! Iom  Increase  an  piniiiiiiM  2S  ���ao^pprrtrnt-tmrmr  ?y*^  :;"i'i"i.JBR/Vj^CH     69,   SCA  SEMH<OEft3ND. BAZAAR  rThoiiRhtrGhoclryotu''llno*roifttrimi7r^h^  eoifrttv^ijtntfCfj,; ..���.���..,,���,.,, ���,.,���  In   IP70, span's   75(1   most    ppUutlng IncUiRtrlos spent ovor  Kuropo'B Hccond biggest cnncllo manu- 108 billion yen; or eight per  faoturor recently sold Its ontlro stock of pent of their investment ox-  candles to Hrltlsh importers, Tho Colka popHos, In the fight against  wax factory, of Fu'��X Qennany, says it. pollution, To cut flown, those  fl())tl..(l���,inlllio.n,,ciMidlet),.wlthln;a���weok���ana,,..ceHts,_.ln(iiiHtrlallsls���ln ���r'Oaoh.  now'ordoni already exceeded the planl's    branch of    Industry aro now  production capacity,     ."  ' ,*       "trying-to develop Icsn-poHut-1  -t^���.,  ing   munufacturlng   prooessos  ||H|ng   anrt lens  costly  antipollution  equipment,  =  \i , n,  WE BUY  BEER  POTTLES  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  Ozzsxr���  m<��wwmx��iwm<^m$m  W��*t*#��W4*iW^^  1r~i������  i  ���32  ��� I- ��� I. , .       ,  Saturday, May 6 at 2:00 p.m  LEGION  HALL,  SECHELT  ttmatmm^vvm.  mmwmm#rm��mm  . ..BAKE, SAUE,- PLANTS;..SOWING AND NOVELTY,.  WHITE-ELEPHA,NT    ���    '     ,'���������'  A DISPLAY. BY THE Af^JS COUNCIL  ,  Mrs; Bon Lang hos graciously consontod to open tho ovont.  Illllllllll]li!lll!lllll!llllllllll!lll!!lllllllllllllllllllliyilllllfll[|l!!l!lll  E  ES  S3  Dairy gooits  PID you know that a good ���  , grado    two-year-old    dairy  "BO^t~Wlll*^rocluce'-cnn(TKhnnlll'i--~^~-  t<\, pay    for   herself   ln , 10  months?, .   ,, '     ,, y  .This' Is  Just  ono  of mnny  fads about goals contained In  .AjWV^Qim^li^Dowuitmiml  of   Agriculture  publication,   "Thq  "Dttiry** aoarin��� cnnAflC~ruti*~~"  llcallon   No,   H-ll.  ;.".." ;-���;-;:;������������:��� ttp--������;���   To koop the ondfl of braided  polyothylono water ski tow  roptwfrom unrtuveJlng, hontlng  oxporln ronommond ' moiling  lho ondn wllh Ihoflamo frnni:  nmntch or clgnrettn llnhjor.   A   ..���'.���,', .  ,.,.    "'      , '.in   1,  Go sporting in British Columbia / Muy 18-June 5,1972  PLAN TO BE PARTOF THE THIRD ANNUAL  BRITISH COLUMBIA FESTIVALOFSPORTS  Moro than 7B major International oompotlilons will foaturo British  Columbians mooting athlotos (rom Australia, Now Zealand, United Stataa,  Japan, Mox{<\o, Enstonfl[andQormany, Mora than 100 oontroa throughout  tho province will host over QZ0 thrilling sports ovonts lor your onloymonu  Soo polQurtuf fairs, parados and pagoants stagod In oommunltlos'  In ovary ro'olon of Brlilsh~C6luml{>l'a :   /i'oo gifoat aomblnatlonl Aotloh days and British Columbia at a tlmd   ot yoar whon soonlo boauty Is mqst spdotaaular,  *��M *���#.-�� I -WiM-lilt-STST";   ��� ' r���������, TM1', t f THU�����!+.*__,!_ , M(l     ,1., .      ,        ,    i ,  Gponnorod by llio Drlllflh Coluinhl'tTiponn��r?o(loratlon and ttiii  QOVERNMENTOF BRITISH COLUIVIBIA  Pnpadmonl o| Travel Indualry '  Mion. W.K, Kiernan,Mhilotor / h, P,V*/orlQy,Dopat/Mlnlolor,.  "IT ;  ^r��Mw4UHHffq,N^u^nWMm4AWWAv^M^)^.tiVV*MAWh^^WW4..��.4^.^^M4ri  ��j��!��WW����^WHh^4*W*,��**wftW��J^nw  t..mttmtt*mim��imnimvm>V.*l����  "*V��i '  ii**if*inwmr fw  Froo SCHEDULE OF EVENTS foldora aro obtainable ���,  throughout DrltloliColumbtp ot your.naaiQDt.branch.o( //.p.,  <&  /  r-.-  c/vnadi/snImprrial,   ,  0AMK OF commerce; '  ���VMWuWirJiHiipwMtltfVm  tllHll1^ <4*9 \   WIHM'  .'  rw^w^w^fiw"^"  "ww  ^'Wij����Ww**^inWWBW'>>r,fc��wi��iiWw  -fr \  AroandTTEel^arbQuf  �����rf Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440-  ANNTJAJL  rnee.tin.g_, of   the   Pender   Harbour Fire Prot'ection .District was held  April 23 at the Community hall wiih 67  persons  in attendance. ^  Inspector C. Foster from the Fire  Marshall's office in Vancouver ' was a  guest at the meeting' to answer questions  from the floor. Inspector Foster explained that fire fighting equipment . can not  legally leave the fire protection district  except und(.r special conditions such as:  a provincial order in couitcil, by order  of Civil.Defense, or in response to a t>i\n-  TTal  aid cairirom SeclieTPnT^&rbsons;  Fire protection* expenditures i'or 1971  totalled $2,G39.Uf) as compared to $2,-  (VM)A4 'for 1970. Administration Expenditures for 1971 totalled $3,409.71 as compared to $2,294,80 for 1970. Excess revenue over expenditures, $959.67 is to go  into a  sinking fund  for emergencies.  The two vacant trustee positions were  filled by Tiffy Wray and Gaylord Merkel  who were elected  by' acclamation.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital will be combining 35th  Anniversary celebrations with its Friendship Tea, Wednesday, lyiay 11)77^Trm7���rrr  lhe community hail. There will be no  charge and an invitation is extended to  everyone in the community in appreciation for all the support received in the  past. -  Honored guests will include three  lifetime members: Mrs. Dan Cameron,  the auxiliary's first president; Mrs. Elsa  Warden (who is wished a Bon Vo'yage  as she leaves for a four month sojourn  in England following the meeting); and  Mrs,   Sharpe,  who  resides  in Victoria."  Special guests at the Tea will be Mrs.  Joyce Benhie, Regional Representative  of B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries and Cannon  Greene, who helped organize, the auxiliaries.  MF&T.TF   ^T.TTJTr.  three items  totalled $200.00.N .. .. . -  Your Community'Club sponsors many  worthwhile    local    activities     but     each  event that is planned takes time, organization, and .people to work.  The community hall was built about  twenty-three years ago through the efforts of a lot of dedicated workers. All  materials and equipment ��� were obtained  through proceeds from dances, bazaars,  cash donations aiid bond sales. Today  people seem to lake il all for granted..  There is still improvements lo be made  :ri lhe hflll;- aiKl-l-hej^M^iiMia^'JLa^pairs  and    upkeep.  The Community Club has always  supported youth groups. Cubs, Scouts,  Brownies, have the use of the hall; free  of charge, for their weekly meetings.  Cash donations have been made to the  soccer teams, Little" League baseball and  Swimming classes.  The Community Club maintains the  operating cost of the Library, supplying  the light and heat. The library has flourished under the direction of Mrs. Molly  Payne; but she needs more helpers too.  All  membership  cards   expire  at  the  ���end of e^elv-yea^^-a^^d-4-he^-ees-^-l���e--due-Ln_  January. As a rule, a membership drive  is conducted.but the officers of the Com-  . munity Club have enough work to do  without going door to door seeking members. So why pot send in your membership dues to any executive member who  are: Albert, Edwardson, John Tully, Fred  Whittle, Doris Edwardson, Muriel Cameron, Vi Tyner, Ruth Walker, Elli Scoul-  ar, Helen Edwardson. Linda Mattis, Peggy Pockrant and Keith Sundqiiist. Membership* fees. are $2 single and $3 for. a  family.  Two pool tables and a shuffleboard  have been purchased by the club. Also  equipment for carpet bowling has been  ordered. Anyone interested in these activities, contact an executive member.  A suggestion that has been put forth  Wednesday, May 3. 1972 The Peninsula Tinted Page A-3  New amendments .���. .  Attorney-General announces  Motor-Vehicle Act changes  VICTORIA���Amendments  to  the  Motor-  Vehicle   Act   have   been"  proclaimed,  placing   stricter - emphasis   on   motor-vehicle  accident   reporting 'procedures.'  Attnrney-Ceheral       Leslie      Peterson  slressed   the     importance     of   a, major  amendment  which sets out   the dulies of.  a  driver of_ a  vehicle who  is directly  or  -inclirfrc-t-1-y involved in an accident.  The requirements are that he should  remain at, or."immediately return to the  scene of the accident, rendering all reasonable assistance. In addition, he should  provide in writing particulars of his name  and address, the name and address of the  owner of the vehicle, the vehicle licence  number together with particulars of  motor-vehicle liability insurance.  'Hit and run' drivers will see stricter  measures under this new provision. When  a driver of a vehicle collides with an  unattended vehicle, he is required fa locale the owner or lhe person in charge  of  the vehicle  and  give  his  particulars.  Columbia   licensed   vehicles   simply   because   they   held   a   licence   outside   the"  province.  Several amendments \were made to  the part.s .of.ll.e Motor-Vehicle AVt which  deal with the nomine law and privision  is now made for a person to mail a notice  of dispute to a Provincial Court Judge  within seven days, .rather than the previous requirement which was ' that"-the  dispute had to be delivered tq the Judge  within that time period. Also, "the amendment to -the no-fine law���removes-sever-al -  offences from the no-fine provision. In v  the future these will be handled by the  paymeht of fines upon Conviction rather  than the* applying of penalty points to  the driving record. The offences are W <>  leaving a vehicle improperly parked,  moving a vehicle on a highway when  unsafe to do so, and for offences concerning vehicle  lighting.  The  amendments  made  provision .for  the Minister of Highways to erect speed  If  the owner cannot be loclted, then he , ��� ��#"��-Pl*^"-di^  Eva Dubois of Pender Harbor., left,  goes on stage tp accept the honorable  mention award she won for her acting in the Sunshine .Coast. .Regional  Drama Festival held last week in  Powell River. Miss Dubois was one  Award'Winner -P.R7 News phutu  drew praise from the adjudicator;  Award was presented by'Mrs. Jack  Staniforth, drama pioneer in Powell  River. Centre is Lawrence Hewitt  who played Dr. Livingstone in the  Max Cameron (Powell River) entry  ;"'''^I'iiri' H-'nhrTninir 1 im��� h'n-r '���i - '" ^r*^"7 rim'' r"T Tfin"iiii 7niT "f "*����� pprfhrmprs in the-Pender Har- Dr. -Livingstone I Presume which  changed to the 2nd Wednesday of the perhaps on a Sunday afternoon have .bor 'entry Chamber MUSK Which���wOtt-feve^of-aaa-SPVftn tefitJval awards,  month 1 p.m, to 2:30 p.m. at Madeira  Park school. Public Health nurse, Ruth  McClughan, will be available in the kindergarten room. No appointment is  necessary.  Egmont clinics are held the fourth  Thursday of each month in the school  from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.  SPECIAL CLASS  Representatives of the Sechelt and  District Retarded Children's Association  met with Pender Harbour school board  representative Wm. Malcolm, District  Superintendant of schools, R. R. Hanna;  Supervisor of elementary instruction,  Hart Doerkson; and Madeira Park school  Principal, Verne - Wishlove, Monday,  April 24, to decide what accomodation  could be made available for the special  class held presently in the library at  Madeira Park school.  Mr. Malcolm pointed out that the  teacherage was not set up for classroom  instruction arid that it wjas'better to have  ie-spprial .class as |,^,jkhjgE��U.Jie^_^  can benefit more by not being segragated  from other school children.  The representatives were referred to  the building committee of the S.D.R.C.A.  to investigate possibilities of building  near the school' a"nd with plans to suit  the children's specific needs, as was done  in ��� Gibsons.  Government grants are not available  to any class with "less "than ten pupils in  .the same "category". For the time being,  the Sechelt and District Retarded Children's Association must rely on ' its own  efforts for fund raising,  Hon. Dan Campbell . . .  MunicipalAffairsMinister  clarifies planning record  travel logs. Interested people, contact an  executive member.  Movies are being shown in the hall  again and are well attended. On short  notice the choice of film is very limited  as they are usually reserved six months in  advance, sometimes a year. As the distributor quoted "It is not a matter of  choosing a picture but a matter of what.  is available." A good number of opinions  have been consulted in the type of movie  to be shown. Most people have expressed  the desire for family and outdoor shows.  Before the ,, first movie, notices were  sent home with the school children asking for help in supervising and any suggestions for shows. So far, no one has  submitted the name of any movie they  would like to see. More people are needed to work so the same ones do not have  to come out so often. Thanks goes to the  people who have worked; also projectionist B. Gerick. Saturday afternoon matinees have been considered; but again  this will take, more-volunteer workers to  take,a turn.  Bingo is31 carried on every -Thursday-  night at 8 o'clock in the community hall.  Again it is volunteer workers that are  responsible. .More helpers are needed;  especially callers, contact Linda Mattis at  883-2411, '  One of the main fund raising events'  Of the Community piub will be the annual Spring Bazaar on Saturday, May 6,  at 2 p,m. in the hall, An added feature    ^. ,-. _. .   ,     c. ���  . ���   .  this y��.ar will be the "Cake Walk"; the    B^^^s-mufiV-tey-Stotute, now j^Ramt  Home Baking table is always a sellout.  "The sewing table will feature knitted  baby wear, slippers for young and old,  children's wear, aprons, embroidery work,  uncontrollable. Who has not known someone who has objected to the building of,  for example a high rise apartment next  door to a single- family residence, and  has said, "Why doesn't somebody ' stop  this?", only to find to their dismay, that  no regulations existed that could have  prevented it. This, of course, is the "real  issue.  * "Therefore, as Minister of Municipal  Affairs," said _ Dan Campbell,. "I have  tried to carefully set out what my political point of view is and my philosophy  administratively. I have suggested what  the process should, be in processing bylaws. I am the firs'; to, admit that nobody  ilf thT'f^y~siT^^ ,on zoning by,  ' _    _ J 1 a ��� ���**�� T 1 _f^m_r*^uw_r\+* I       ^. r^      V\/\l i Avtn      t- 1^ r\ 4-       U s\ rt_ s\9r^  HONORABLE Dan Campbell, Minister of  Municipal Affairs, said this week,> "I  have been in many Communtey Halls  where the question of planning has come  up and I have listened to many people  on the subject. As a result, I have come  to the conclusion that planning is as  much, if not more, a political process  than it is a technical process."  The Minister indicated that the intent  of the Municipal Act is to confer the  political powers for planning a community on local authority because a government sitting as far away as Victoria is  too far from the local scene to exercise  that kind of -jurisdiction. As you' know,  must leave his particulars in a conspicuous place on the vehicle.  Responsibility is also placed on a  driver who strikes property adjacent to  a highway, to locate or notify the owner of the property and provide him with  the necessary particulars. These new  provisions are all designed to overcome  difficulties that have been encountered  by individuals who have been involved in  accidents and have- had difficulty- obtaining information about drivers, their  vehicles and their insurance coverage.  An amendment to the Act also overcomes the problem that has be,en faced  by farmers and workers who drive industrial tractors and heavy machinery in  that they have always been required to  carry their driver's licence and insurance  cardTNow llit.be 'pefaom aro coveted���hy_.  the same exemption as that enjoyed by  firemen, where the licence and insurance  card does not have "to be carried while  they  are driving or  operating a  vehicle  on the highway, but. they must produce  these documents for inspection when requested by a police officer..  The 1972 amendments does away with  the exemption previously allowed a person who holds an out-of-province driver's  licence Whereby - he was not required to  produce evidence of insurance. This privilege extended to all vehicles which he  might* be driving, whether licenced in  British Columbia ��r elsewhere, but the  new amendment limits this privilege to  vehicles licenced out of the province  only. This will tighten up a loophole in  the compulsory insurance law which  made it possible for persons to beat the  principle of the law while driving British  varying classes of vehicles. The purpose  of this is to provide for lower speed  limits for trucks, buses and vehicles that  tow   trailers on  the  freeways.  One section, of the amendments comes  in to effect oh July 1, 1972 and it increases, the fee for duplicate 'drivers  licences to $2. This charge coincides with  the date of implementing the new photographic drivers licence., All new licence  applicants and persons who renew driV-  er's licences or apply for duplicates after  that date, will be photographed at licence  offices when applications are filed. All  other arnendments to the Motor-Vehicle  Act will come into effect on June 1st  1972.      *  Carpets made of synthetic fibers account for 90 per cent of the market.  ���Small   wonder  since   one   of   theh'-fnost"  important features is the ease with which  they come clean using detergent suds.  The reason is that most stains, spots,  dust, and dirt stay on the surface.  This is a $3 SPOT!  <s (Less when on contract)  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2.500 homes (over .9,000 people)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times   ''  885-9654 (Sechelt)       886-7244 (Gibsons)  FISH**DEfiBr���"  May Day preparations are underway  with,.plops,.for a Fishing Derby Saturday, May 13. at the Madeirai Park government dock, Entrants may be up to 12  years of age and must have permission  forms signed by a parent. These forms  .-will, be���avallable  will bo( from 10  It la' hoped thei  "thusldsm   to  put  On a   Soapbort  Derby  Sunday, May \., Contact John Haddock  for further information.  MAY PAY  4^^e.rrj��(aui table Jar* lto.tliej^,.Djy^i|t8iaaa���  many more items, There will be bargains  for tho gardiner, a wide variety of outdoor and, house,,plants,,, a fishpond..., for  the kiddies; white elephant table has  everything from A to Z, There will be  raffles;  tea  and  coffee  will  be  served  laws. However, I do believe that Regional Districts have the opportunity to reflect the local flavor in terms of the content of by-laws and they musi be prepared to present these by-laws to the peo-  <p\e after very thorough discussion at the  local  level.  As  I  have  indicated,  as  a  philosophical point of view, I am not prepared to accept by-laws where there is  one or more Advisory Planning Commis-    "evidence tnrn-nt^Trocess^fnnalnn^te-  sions within areas not enjoying the status     People aware oi exactly  what  is  going  of a municipality. It,is. the responsibility     fn  is, not  being  followed,  That  is   not  of the Advisory Planning Commissions to '   ^ say, that any zoning by-law is requir-  consult with local people because plan-     ���B of  unanimous  consent,  That  would  nin^ifl-a8-m;uch-a.peopl^pxopeSa.a&ilds^;be ^ealisUc, and an impossible task,to  a technical one. The extent that they do  Municipal Affairs was, in fact, the Mayor and the Council for deciding planning matters in the unorganized territory  of British Columbia. This was an impossible situation and one- .which would  cause all suggestions that Regional Districts are acting dictatorially to pale into  insignificance. The point is that Regional  in fact consult with local people is tho  measure of-their ��� success. <7  ���   "I  have  been  trying  for some timo  now  to  get' this  planning  process into  the Minister, himself,"  Cancer facts  MOTHER'S DAY DINNER  m  iSpenna  Pi  ines  CAPTAINS PLATE'  (a variety of sea foods)  featuring  O  R  The King Of Roast Beef.  PRIME RIB.  COMPLETE DINNER WITH  Appetizer Salad ������ Vichysoisse  Soup ���      ��  Dessert and Beverage  Veg-'Garnish  $3.95  ^,,.���, ,.,,4, P.M.���7:30 P.M.   ^mT*T^CT/��ITED^NUMBER^OF-  RESERVATIONS  Board of Directors are giving their tlmo   -Saturdav-.~May.-20 iH-4ho~dav~for all    ?nd fnorfiy to Provide facilities and en  *pnrticular."ln*����  _- ._  , -    ._ young, pooplo: cancer research  '    It is only wlUv more help' from tho '   publio'ai,enftlin legalislic terms, It ,1s far    iH demonstrating,how some forms, of con-  people in tho Harbour that the Commit-    !>oUor,l? h*WQ Vpro,po,?od b,y"lliw ,0R0'}    ��or can  be prevented.  n,ty ��.���_��, d��� m������. Ate ������, yol.,.   ^wja-jji*��� ��'������$$_%_      n�� ������ "�� " *�������*��" ��-  march Involving oven the first rending,,  and oventfi leading to the occurrence of  cancer   in   humans,   tho   moro   will  ho  other May Day ovontfl. .Pender Harbour  Lions   will!   bo   sponsoring   n"''Pnh'cakb  nronkfaul at 8 a,m,  ... .May,. Day.  Parado.   forms,, up    ul  community  TOPS  Member^ of JOP3, had _*thpir, regular  ih��whr.;-  let alpne the second or third reading, etc,    ��������"'"   ��>   �����"'������>>.   "����   T'n���,  thG;wh?0,e'People tire.naturallyafraid of chango and    known ��� obouV-meonH-oLpra^oiioO^.  '"���'���    ���''���'    ifthex: aro Introduced to 'planning pro-  . . i-V>< is. clear,,. .hqwoyfny that  effee  effective  posals through a by-law that is already    prevention Ih a lifelong'program which    ._n      H.-artcd along lho legalistic route march    muni start whon wo aro young, You can  Slfldey'fl  subdivision at  10  a,m,,  Judln'g   ���got^ogQthol'CMon'dny,, Oor'ry: Ponson took   .then'thoy havo n'^cQllnR^of^qompitlslon^-decrcaso.^ho^cancciuhozard^tQ^yo.Hi'p.oKi^.  to take place at 10:30 aiid lho parado will    bomo tho basket of fruit; DoJly Clayton    and tho by-law 'is h\\v gamofor"'llio"''"Ll'n-,v���"' ''y6^i"''*Tri'mlly;',,'and'i,uU���^ml��toJy'*������to,'��� oil ^mom-  hc underway by 11 n,m. nnd Nlcklo "Simmons tied'for Ilia "prize of    Informed, the -misinformed und those who    bors , of tho community, if you. .practice  Crowning coromonloH for 'Queen, Shol-    tho "Piggy", Interested pooplo "muy call    n��y. 'Planning is K��'on.t  but not ln  my     those "seven safeguards":  ly Ward, will lake placo al Madeira Park    Mrs,  Mar^nrov Portor,  083-2733  for  in-    orca'."  f .  t . t i ��� �� * -t f ���  SECHELT, B.C.  4* "  SERVING THE RESIDENTS OF THE SUNSHINE COAST  school, at  12 noon, Tho Queen's ntton- formation about memberships,  dunts aro Kathy Lloyd, Kim Fllllon, Dob- libraby  '" "'  "bio  Roosoh," KAthlo Bllolk, Floworgjrls'     *yv�� i���lllfi,i".r,-_���,:���_.-_    ,    r -.< , --������  from Iho grade ono o)am will bo choson ,^lVw2���d, JJ\%^UV *T��  .??"  bv thcHQ girls i il,   vw   Jl0.m   vhQ   Victoria   Travelling  nooH   offorod    A   moii'n   haan .     MPU.,y ^lu,) h��H *"'��<* purchased  th l'��  neon onoioct, a mens dmq. ,ta.,now_.hopH8,.A,.rQ.w(,..pi:jhQjH|oa..oi:.,Jn  Spor  vurloty of races  I hi 11 gamo will bo ployed' i.t 6" pirn, Tho  ���Junior Panco. will wind up. tho day'n  cdobrqllons from 7 p,m, to 0 p,m,    ,  Oracles 1 to 7 at Madeira Park school  aro competing In a poster .contoHt,  Wxooutlvo members of thq May Day  commit loo are:1 pronldenr Owen* Cox;  torowt aro: The Mopn's a "Moon "by  Nlvon, Violation of the Virgins by Qnr-  nop, a he .peaceable Kingdom by Un de  Ilortog, What Wvovybocly Wants to Know  Ahoul Sox hy Dr, David JKoubon, Thoro  aro also a lot of now children's hookn,  A few reminders to members: please  H.V    WIG" llhl'rirV" whtir.nnii.nii'"**- ���M "  Rue KammorlO,  ,    ,   -��� ; ��� ,rocordt. can bo dostroyodj for thoso who  COMMUNITY CI^'UB   '. K%^.!!lQ..-l,,!)1 w!!.h lholr mpmbornlUp  Howovo'iv the consorjuoncos of no  planning are oven moro disastrous because-without, rogululluns of,ono,Kind,.or.  another nil kinds of aollvlllos hy Individuals  and  corporations  will  simply   bo  Arohlo Walker for lowest scores ,of( the  "season; ","'" ""���'���"��� ��� "-" ' ������-'���- - t--^ ���������   Perfect attendance..-- prb.es wont...., Io  Soolty..���4.,Cumei,on,w..Joh��,ii.vGiimeronK.���John  JUogaii, Oscar Staohoski aiifl niirbiira  Stnahoskl,  Door prizes  and  spol    dance  prizes  ^weroalso glvou out, A delicious meal was  ..-..,   For-..��� everyone,:    v , ,.,,,...  1, Havo a regular mo.llcnl ohoek-up.'  2. Don't smoke elgaretlos,  ��� -.i)l"HovO"��.yonv, .donilHt....oheok.,.foi' tin-,.,  usual conditions,  4, Arrange   wllh   your  dnutnr   for  a �����  ���"boweKexomlnutlonf.*  Th'o  following  loltor'wnn  Rlv^n   to     '^d 0 ?, Zo 5n,.U|f nMT. of&teH H,'Q  lw  Mrn.-.Muriel Cameron, oxccullvo    "�����W ^i"�� loc.�� VOfl fo'' ��w 10W-73 soa,  qOMMUNITY ci^un  Th'o  following  lo  mo by Mrs,���Muriel Camorpn, oxccullvo    son.  mflmhniH1(,,nil  ������,     r��� -������ -"���,  r-niembflF,of...tho..co[mmunily)oil,)). M?mb?fflMST S^ T\ OTonI  "The Community Club'gets perhaps   MoffiSfcHbffi&*,?>uli ,0?'J   '  'le��f..KrfttUudo from local residents than 'tmm^r^m^i&iJS!^ 1f,,',nK  ���  ^U ofhor,. prgaol^tloh  and  In  foot  Is   Qff^\S�����"^7�� j?n*"T ��' P����"  r3:deflor^lnc;of"Diorfl-__{rnlllHdo-nnd-.ttpprool4����Jw���-������~^^li..v��~^  ,' htlon than 'any, olliof."'���"-?"rrzr-'-���-���"���"*���-���----.rnowUNa..���.-..���-..������.���;. v--.v. ;.- _.���_���-. '  ' '., Tho .question ln often  asked   "What. ���    One. hundred  , pooplo  attended    tho  does  lho   Community   Club   Do?"  Tho  "bowling liquet hold nl (ho "community  -���nnnwor could.ho '.Who Is tho Connmunlty    hall, Saturday,, to wind up tho- bowling  ���.Clubuoro^yptut^memhoiwtnd what do   soflson, -������;������,    /on do loJiolp?"       ' " . ^noniuiontmplv^^  ]'"lr��t ��n<l ��� /orpmosinbo Community^cntfl'^qnvon-ihir]opniio"'phniTipionflW_>r-  Club operates and maintains a largo hall   Holl-oH ohamps wore the Drivers,  -��� for the- benefit -of-.ho.. whole .community.... ., Trophies went to Kay Girard and Lar-'  ���.   Thoro nro  no  taxes   provided  for the,  ry Bpftrii7drMRhMR^|fi6"Hc')raAr]K"\Lh17n^H  operating costs, so all expenses must be   Hobs amnion Pookrunt received the high  ��� raised through tho effdvls of the o'xccuL    three 'gumoH trophies for Indies ancl men,  Ivo and any willing helpers, It does oont   MohI Improved ��� ihalo  bowler  was  Kick  irioney 16 opbrnlo lho linlll Does nnyono    Kobus, most, Improved, lady' bowler was  '   wonder nhout the' oil bill for tho furnaco,   Peg Ulley,  Janitor, hydro otc.?^Ia.-ffebruoryi.thcaQ R��,oby.pMcs wont to Teg Riley nnd1  **.~,^-~_f���'*''^w*^"~m^**^���-^i'-^^  fi, Avoid excessive exposure In sunlight,- ������ '-'������.-.���.- ��� ��� �� -..-. ..,..  For women;  fl, Practice regular bron"*'. soir-oxnm-  Ination, .,     ,  7, Have a regular Pap tost,  (Pamphlets and Information about  cancer -can  be obtained',,by. writing,to;  on1ere(ftn'^  Music for tho dance that followed  was    Society, 111)0,,,West,... Klfilil  Ave,,  Vnncou-  provlded by the Villagers,  ' . ver 0, n,C)   i  Jho question "How much should a i^nolqpCoHt?^' h often asked as-  though a single answer wora posslhlo, Tho'lio'qT[|lwmanti"of'-tho family  doddo wha^ho-^  Miocoit of all the Varied aorylco.* It. Is posfilblo.tXK obtain. ,,        ;-,  *'     WE OFFER A COIVIPLETE IVIEIVIOtRKIAL  > SERVICpi!W:OUR CHAPEL FOR $150.00  *��*WMS*tW*������iWM��^^  Plus cremation fca, pr burial In locail comotory and trannport0*'0"'  ^���..jProrflifffanaomcnt    , Memorial Marker* *  *B*tw"f��7"*��i"'-��<.(  ��!  Harvey FuneraB Home Ltd.  , :   ' ,      .,;u'i;^ Phono'886:9551 ", '��� '    ���'       ���   ^  J. Roy Parkins    , 7    ! .,     7 .7,7  7*   ],*,.,.    ,,    r^Oyirnor-Managor  ii  CHEQUEIING ACCOUNT  INTEREST:  Paid Quarterly at 5%  por annum, on  minimum quarterly balance of $100,00  I71 _/  or more, ,    '  FUUU CHEOUEING PRIVICEdiE:      ^  if*. ,  Low soryicQ charges,  DEPOSITS OR WITHDRAWALS;  ��-^��Any*qmoMnttea.nyttirio,J^  business hours),  USE YOUR CHEQUEING ACCOUNT  CURRENT ACCOUNTS, You rccoiyo a positive receipt as  your cancollod choquos aro returned to you.    . SAVINGS. Duild up oyor tho months and earn "Interest on  your surplus funds.  USE YOUR SHARE ACCOUNT FOR  Long term Uf��' Insured Savings. \ ,  TlSI-TERHJWIJSFOr  IwHlfiwwrfjliJh *^���*it^  Larger tsums set aside for future largo oxpendltures-^-r��tlro*  mont or Inyotmont, EA^RN 6% por annum If Undisturbed  sfoToniryfial^^^  mm*mmim!mmmtt!&&tm  R��w��^��������=wwea��ii  wwmmmmw.  ^^'^JX'^mm4BA^M^0g^m>  ���^wp^WTHVW*  CAU US TODAY  Wlinrf Bond, Socholt ^P;drBok'375,.Sooh6lt7^  PHONE 885-9551  wwMMwr������amirffl  'l-l-tm.Krifn w  flt��l��H*����J��!  ww>��.4itw  1  *��llHffflSiWiuiB)U|iWMI��M(IW  TT  $mm&i*fmm��fm \  \  \  Page A-4 Peninsula Times, Wednesday, May 3, 1972'  %guuuvuu_fU'u%ts^^^^Mmmsuuu^jn_m_%_\0Ui^f%9imi  REAL ESTATE  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  KEAL ESTATE (Confr.)  WANTED TO RENT (cont.)    HELP WANTED (cont.)  'MMMUWUUVVUWWUWUMWWUt'MMWWMWVMUWWtO  Sechelt -Phone 885-9654  t��     n ���   cr.     .  aecneit ���- rnone 903^0^**  The Peninsula /vae* Gibson,. ph6ne 886.7244  AD-BRIEFS  Classified  ^nnnnngv^^^vv^^g^^tVVV^n^mmmmm��mmmmmmmmmmm_.mmmmmmmMmm_.mmm_.mmm_.mmmmm_m_.  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Tjrnes Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  ...   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this/  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy,  parents.  Member, Audit Buroaa  or Circulations  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ~ 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   con-wnerciot-Ad-Briets) ;   TERRY and Tom Godber are  pleased ' to announce the  forthcoming' marriage of their  mother, Gladys Godber to  Mr. Jim Ridgewell of Roberts  Creek;' on   May  20th,  1972.  8551-23  OBITUARY  SEHL���April  29th,   1972, Zeno  (Peter)     Sehl    of    Gibsons,  Box Numbers  10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  *        for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader  advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks,  In Mem-  oriam.  Marriage and  Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  ' arid   20c   per   line   after   that.   4 "  words per line.  _ Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Area : $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00 yr.  Overseas   Special Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada   -   .$10.00   yr.  .$3.50  .$4.00  Single Copies .15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula 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  jLJaa.ulbo_rJz_ed reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error -advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  ���fviographical' error, that portion  dt the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for sig-  nature, will n0,t"*pe"���criarged' for,  but the balance of tho advertisement will be paid fo^-6t the ap  pucuble rate.  .A cornposition chdrge is made for  ac__tf6rjismg accepted and put into  pffodQcTion, but cancelled beforn  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  -hourly���rare-"foT^ffie���additional  work.  ��������  B.C.,   in   his   70th   year.   Sur-'  vived    by     his     loving     wife  Betty,   Rev\ . E hehaSV wiU  conduct the service in the  Family Chapel of the Harvey  Funeral Home, Wednesday,  May 3, at 2 p.m. Interment  Sea-View Cemetary.      8575-23  CARD OF THANKS  WE would like to express pur  appreciation to the doctors  and nurses of St. Mary's Hospital. Also to those who were  so kind to our mother'Mrs. M.  Livesey while she was in the  hospital.���The  Family.  8554-23  WE sincerely thank our  ���friend!; and neighbuuis fur-  their kindness in our late  bereavement. ��� Mr. Herman  Lidstone and Family, and  Mrs.  L  Howe.   ��� 8552-23  A- SINCERE thank-you to all  my friends, relatives and  neighbours, and the nursing  staff at St. Mary's Hosptal;  with a special thanks to Drs.  Paetkau, Inglis .Jad Crosby,  for ther kindness and consideration during my stay in  Hospital.���Doris   Skellett.  8550-23  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. *979-tfn  WTRH   in   eontftOt   LattQr   Dav  SOAMES ^POINT: On attractively landscaped qorner lot.  We offer a ^firie 4 bdrm. cottage. Lge. living room has  fireplace, view windows and  opens to "sundeck. Comb, kit^  chen and dining room. Counter top range and wall oven  in'-coppertone. Matching garage with deck above. Cash to  Agreement. \  For only $5,000 dow,n you can  move into 2 room house on  1 acre. All services. Several  small outbuildings. There is  a beautiful little stream on  the property . too, just .crying  out  to  be  developed.  HOPKINS: Sound family  home on view lot. House  consists 4 bdrms.,<. comb. kit.  and din., nice size Jiving room  opens to deck. Small sewing  room. Rec. room. A-oil furnace. Blk. top roads front,  and   back.   Terms   on   $21,500.  .The view alone will sell this 6  acre block in quiet location.  Thd   price   is   right   at   only  -$7^m���������   OPEN   HOUSES,  Selma Park Waterfront.  Thursdays thru' We_ekend.  10 "A.M. -N4:30 P.M.  Drive  along   the  waters  edge,-  (left   past   the   Bus   Depot   in  Sechelt);    and    look    for    our  signs    to    inspect    these    two  lovely    homes,   each   with    a  Rental unit. Priced at $13,500.  and $21,000 on leased land.  5 ACRES AND COTTAGE  Just the thing for recreation  Or a holding property. Located on Highway 101 at Robert's Creek. Asking price  $13,300 Full Price.  Mrs. M. Fletcher 886-9567 or  683-8411.  BELL-IRVING  REALTY  LTD.        \  68^-84 f1  1199,   W,   Pender   St.,  Vancouver  8113-23  We  have   a   fine   view  lot  in .  area of new homes, fully serr  viced   for  only  $4,500.  K. BUTLER" REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8109-23  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like  160 acres  near  LARGE   lot   80   x   268',   Red-  ���roo��fs-^oad.   Potential uxe___  on    paved   road,    power   and  Secret" Cove  Well elevated property, some  ocean* views, trails and light  timber. Lane access from highway at only $67,500. Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.     8733-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  Ideal Marina site in heart of  Madeira Park. Level and  over  850'   waterfront.  Beautiful level view lot on  Francis Peninsula. 225' blacktop rd. frontage,  All services.  Jack Noble 883-2701  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD.  936-7292  8569-23  phone available. $3950. Phone  S85-9654. 8534-tfn  NOW . .. A NEW*CONCEPT  IN  MOBILE  HOME  LIVING  Here's what you get for as  little as $500 down (with approved credit). Your choice  of a spacious mobile home  (one to suit everybody's  need) plus V_ acre of land.  Deluxe Mobile Homes feature  all furniture, range, refrigerator, drapes, bedspreads, etc.  Phone 886-7626. P&O Developments Ltd. Gibsons, N.  Fletcher and Sunshine Coast  Highway.      ��� 84-1  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  3ox-238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK:. - Three  B.R. log hoyse, on4, a large  level, 'partly treed lot. All  services available. Fireplace,  oil heating. Clo-sO to beaches'  and transportation. F. P.  $15,000. pFFERS  .  ROBERTS CREEK: Level lot,  size 1.60 acres. Partially  ..cleared. ._ Road ���fi'ontaj'e__on_  Beach Avenue is 160 ft. Water  hydro . and telephone available. F.P. $12,300. Terms  may   be  arranged.  SOAMES POINT: Three B.R.  home on Marine^ Drive.  .Newly decorated". interior.  Splendid view. Close to an  excellent beach and Langdale  ferry. A-O heat, A-E hot  water, 220 wiring. Immediate  occupancy. F.P. $15,500.  OFERS.  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate-^oard-  PHONE   886-2248  ���'-;   Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box 238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  8110-23  N   OR   2   bedroom   house  for  2  Jor   3   months.   Walking  distance  to "'shopping, and   water.  Starting    1st   June. -Ph.7886-.  7010. 8112-24  \  RELIABLE  couple   requires- a  2   bedroom   house   for   rent  by   end   of   May.   Reasonable-  rent.   Ph.  886-7244..       8106-23  SINGLE man  looking  for  living     accomodation    in     Sechelt.    Ph.    885-9823    ask    for  Les. 8538-23  fORK-A\rANTED  ASSISTANT     cook     wanted,  some   experience   preferred.  Phone   885-9769. 8570-23  BOOK-KEEPER' with   experience, _. full" __.time,.... Sechelt-  business operation. Write Box  778, Sechelt. 8563-23  HELP WANTED (cont.)   ��� \    ; ~  NEW Boom Ground in Howe  . Sound-^-2 winder operators^  1 dozer operator;, 2 boorn men.  Contact Tiff Little John at 681-  3394 or vJrite- to 567 Denman  St.,. Vancouver,.-B.C.  8535-24  PROFESSIONAL   saw    filing;  tool    sharpening.    15th    and  Gower Pt. Road. Ph. 886-2701.  ARBORITE or Formica counter tops. Professionally apj  plied and guaranteed. Will  bring colour samples to you.  Bill���883-2406.       v       7936-tfn  FRAMING.crew available, references   on   request.   Write  Bok    761,   Sechelt,    B.C.  8549-23  PE1ER BARBOUR and EGMONT  400  FT.�� WATERFRONT���BARGAIN  HARBOUR  FOR RENT  OFFICE SPACE  AVAILABLE  at  PENINSULA TIMES  Ri in niNG  CHIMNEYS���swept7 Stoves  cleaned. Phone  886-2834 after 5 p.m.  ...' 85.03-24  BUSINESS  machine  repair  &  -    service.   Phone  886-2728.  7993-tfn  HELP WANTED  " RELIABLE   handyman   wanted   one   day   per   week   in  ,lma~ Park area,   Phone  885-  9395   or   S85-2214. 8559-23  FULL time bartender. Experience not essential, must be  clean, intelligent, dilligent  and honest. Apply in person,  Pender   Harbour   Hotel.  8556*"-23  VIEW   lot  Selma  Park,   90   x  "180 cleared and graded. Water  and   hydro,   $5500.   Ph.    885-  9628. 8544-24  CHOICE  Gibsons -  Phone 886-7626  8115-23  HALL for rent -^-Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    "Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  FLEETWOOD  ���EM:  Logging     Co.  truck  Xog"  engineer;  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  20 view acres. Undeveloped.  $32,000, will sell in 5 acre  lots. 885-9654 or write Box  310,  Sechelt.  8346-tfn  SECLUDED   r-ahin   wanted   for  one     person.    Low    rental.  Call   collect ^876-0429,  ask  for  Ed. 8571-23  requires,  driver; Yarding  Grade shovel operator; Class  A heavy duty mechanic. Union  wages arid benefits. Transportation daily from Port Mellon  to camp and return. Interested  parties call Vancouver Radio  Telephone for Mc^ab Creek,  or" write Box 110, Port Mellon,  B.C. All. enquiries, attention  Tony  Duralia^ 8547-24  wanted.  8537-23  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobile home mounted on concrete and on  approx. 1,400 sq, ft. well constructed building easily converted  into a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room). Landscaped. Float and  private maripe ways. Many opportunities for development or just  a real nice place to live. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  :       $20,000 down.   WATERFRONT DUPLEX  'Near" Madeira "Park," on   70'   level   \vafeffrbnflofiri"^ra��s-|-'aYi'd  trees.  Small side by side one BR furnished duplex units, electric  heating, carports.  Ideal for 2 fishing partners as a  joint investment. Asking price $30,000.  FURNISHED HOME���IRVINES LANDING .  Very comfortable two B.R. view home on large lot. Good gardening  soil.  Clo��e to marina  and  boat launching7'"$28,O0O with terms.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best location on the Sunshine  Coast. Property, business and equipment for sale, or would lease  business and equipment.  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waferfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  -An-Hwy- 1 m   frnnting nn 3 siHpg of PH. Secondary School. Approx.  J  HANDY   handy-man  Ph.   886-7516.  Saints members. Phone 885-  ���2175 or 886-2546.     .    6766-tfri  Get All Yx>ur Gardening  Needs And Expert  Advice ... at .  _MURRAY7S_GARDEbJ_&__  PET SUPPLIES  Gower   Point. Road,   Gibsons  Phone "886-2919   ���������         Now open 6 days a week  PENDER ;��� Harbour    Auxiliary   .-'-^ -     ���-��,-���. R^O-ifn.  Box 769  SECHELT, B:C.   .ESTATES LTD.,,���.-, 885-2241  Vancouver blrect Line {v\U5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  COMING EVENTS  rc?"gr:"lVIary's Hospital wi 11  hold its 35th Anniversary and  Friendship Tcu - ul--Ponder-  Harbour Community Hall, on  May 10, 1972, nt 2'p.m. Noted  guest.1, and all Auxiliaries to  SI, Mary's Honpitnl will ut-  ��� tonrlr��i'id-on-<llnplny''wUli -bo-  old photos and tJummurlcH of  tho 'old dny.s In tho Harbour',  "1577-23  TWILIGHT THEATRE  ('ihiSOIlH  *X  "SiiiiHiny Tiio!',,, May 2 to'Sul,,'  May (1  McCABE AND  ���      *   MRS, MILLER   ���  NIiiitIii..:   Whitoii   Bontty   and  .lulio 'Chi'lHtio (  n IlBSTlWCTICp . ,. ,  "Warifln'iij!     Nudity,    Fruquoiit  Swum1'uh���Vary Coiwho  Uuikuu/.o  HIui'IIiik   Hominy,   Muy   7   In  Hnlunlny,  Muy  111,   Wlmwr- of a ...ACADEMY  AWAIU3S  iSim'i'lnij!    ltohoi'l     Mltohum,  ��� ��� Trevor  Hownrtl,'     ��� ,, >  Wnrnli...:   Hovorul   huodoh   of  i-ilnmluU'd  mon,  lllll-^;i  I   WILL   not   bo   responsible  for  any   debts  incurred   by  anyone    but    myself.���Dennis  Spenco. 8521-24  -COAST... CONTRACTI NG,���  Building - All typos.  '"Hoofing  - Duuro'd Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  1'ulnlliiK,-.Int., Exl, - Ko��. &  Commercial  C0iloi'olc7" bt'HOlnonts '-'Hlclp-  wtilks,��������� sou & rclulnlng wulls,  tfloor covering 7-  lnsulntlon,  , PHoriQ 886-7320     , ,  7 VIEW FRONT LOTS  We havo a large selection of Nice View Lots on/tho Sunshine  Coast, Call us now for that Recreation or Retirement lot. Len or  Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  10 acres partially cleared and  in grass. Would  make excellent  subdivision or mobile home park. Full price $32,000 with $10,000  down.  * EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on  64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,000  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ROBERTS  CREEK;  White   Avenue,   nice   lot,  clearr  ready for building, size 75'x425', all services in, some  view. F.P. $5700.  5 ACRES  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.  AJIW you living with nn alcoholic..? -'.For help cull  Al��  Aiion:l)H(l-23'13,   0(1(1-723",   '"lif"-  1)400, 8070-23  WANTED  DAVIS BAY  -Noar--now~���two��.bodroom��ranch*.5tylo*horno,*vylth^lQundry1,*roorni��.  Ocean vlo,w, South west slope, Largo lot, soma trees, handy location, Good value at $20,800 F.P, Jack Andorson 885-2053 or  --;������-    Stan Andorson 885-2385.    , ..,��� ���  ROBERTS CREEK  Largo trocd lot on Lowor Road, Excellent slope, all sorvicos availablo, p'avod roadi, Mobile homos pormittqcl, vory good accobh to   boachrf.P. $5,950, Stan Andorson 885-2385. or-JqcK-Andorson  ,        885-2053, .....7.,  GOWER POINT: Lots with 80' to J00' frontage,  potential view,-very desirable area, low ta*es, all  services $5000 to $6000.  ACREAGE  ,"0 acros. on 'paved road'ond yillago' water, bupply" p|ii'.74Qx7Q  comont block,  Hay barn  100 ton Moraga area, Aluminum roof  close lo highway and Gibsons,��� $25.QQQ-F.P.- ���������������-��� -  SELMA PARK  SALAL WANTED  If you aro browned off,  ..try mo.   naida'Wilson' "  885-9746  ������.,....,,.,..,, .,,,���^..7BU3-0!4  I^qw 2 bedroom homo on tr.ooc! lease proporly, Real handy local lon,  Itloal for rotlromont. Auto hoat cab, oloctrlc kitchen, Now rented,  Only. $ 13,000 f;P,  Jack Andorson  885-2053 or Stan .-Anderson  885-2385.  Two bedroom rotrlomap,' Iwrm In village, Very clean cottapo with  bhoKo roof, W,W, carpels, hoi  water hoal and vary ottrcictlvo  llroplaca, Only one block Irom boach, F,P. $18,500, Jack Anclor-  ' bon 085-2053 or Slan Anderson 885-2385,  KIVATE SALE���IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  i  ���'���    "Georgia Strait'View Homo'', Solrna Park   ��� -,  Approx, 2400 sq. ft,, on 2 floor*. A'Mnm, 2 l;jq!|.rnvv.'"','fli'o.  pln��m,.W,W; carpeting, lajfjo. roc. robrri,, Alw 24H30 qmhUlldlpo!  Clear, .'lliloi .Only .$41i^0p(i00i���\vi|li. $10,500 iln.lOa^K..Ihioiicjtiu  ii.'��. '.7,....i;'i;iivui1aho'v.'iu'vl��)W l.liu��)6.Bll"if9630; .'���-'''>   ,;'��' ���  I' ���."    7;'' ;!,.;��� '   ",'���'iv '..���   '���'. >t ������...���'I " ' f  WEST SECHELT  Lorgo f>co viow lot, Approximately Ya ocre, South woM o*p.).,..i..,  lovol building hlto. Crook Jrbhi trood, $7,500 F,P, Jack Andorhon  '��� !'   a85-^053 otSiarAhclcirton fl05:2385^.^ *      '    ^w    ���   " .   '  SARGENTS BAY  RocronlTon   Loth,  A  choice  of   five  Iota all   aro   In tiKC0!,.i  ul  18,000 mi, f|,  Mobilo homo zoning or nummor coblnii   lf>3950,  Some with term!-, Slap Aiulorton  885-2383 or Jack Anderson  ' 08r��-2053,  3.96 ACRES  ..CIo!.o.tu���Uooch.on,d���rV\oilna,J,l!oiKJikcjiattino.on��hlaclwtuiuaoi|<��  Wolor pvuilohld, fruit limn, Hcpl vnluo !|ifl')0U I ,l\ Jock Amlunon  1      U"!)-2Q")3 or f>tuii Andiifwui BB"j-2;i��l>7  '    ' ''LOW 'DOWN, l>AYMt.:NT: ]''  Snlma p.iiK /LUI.Ih Vltiw Loi.' ^VbO IM>, Cull JutK Amloihwn   "- ������n Brr--20^3 -nnotrAniTirrsoTr n "J��--?3 8 ��r  r wi'B'^W^'iih'Wy'KW**.*?*).  *f(WS*5��rt*JIf^,SfV^W?(W��r  I   n'Mfi,r,-'>i.y^M,..' .^���In.-.n,^,>ji4-,',v, _'._t____-_.t__\:,. i,ii;i:^.V..t...v���. ?.���  " '    "('  ''"'; '-  ....~~~.~~.^���f.���..������������.���r���.���.  ,,.,,. l;T.r ,;,,,.,  ^tWillJMlUt)!  WEST, SECHELT  Nlcfi clean minium 3 bnlioqfp homo on Inigo lot, To view���Coll  Svixanno or Len Van L'gmopd at 885.22-1 lor /VUJ&.!sS<M. '���  NORTH ROAD: Good 2 bedroom home on 4.6 acres.  Very attractive property, close to school. F.P. $21,000.  GIBSONS WATERFRONT: Sixty feet of prime water-  __front._with terrLficview. facing Salmon Rock. Nice 3  bedroom home features beamed cei I ing, W-W carpet  in front room. Granite fireplace,, sliding doors to  wrap 'around sundeckr'Vfc basement.  F.P.  $35,000.  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT: A real gem is  this landscaped acre with 145' of levej. beach front  ���'andf natural' pondrAlso-lovely*3-bedroom>home over^.  looking sea and islands, Perfect to moor any kind of  boat. Good fishing and swimming, Asking price  $52,000.  8.3 ACRES at S BEND, Highway 101, size 180 ft. x   2000 ft, Good..hqldlng...proRejjy^!l_ErjcQ jJ2^0O_  f,..l.��������������� !��������������� ��������� I...���M���tmaltmmr^~,W.  DAVIS BAY: \Vhat a'vlow from this largo lot 'overlooking .the ocean, clparocl, ready lo build on. F.P.  $5,5Q0:cash.        ���    ,,  4 BEDROOM HOME on view lot In Gibsons, full basement, all. services, auto oil heat. This won't last at  ;   "(ill ,500 cash.    .7 "���"'"������l v v ���������.'���������'������-.������������������7^!---^--'--- ,-   WATERFRONT; In, the bQPxr.of. GibsonsCommercial  aroa on Marino Drive, !30' with the use of present  fatalnlng wall for foundatlpn. This has a future, yours  ^^f5^$*l��1*QG0;^^  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On approx.   %  acre level  lot near Madeira   Park.   Has electric  heating,   fireplace,  storage  and   workshop.   Full   price* $21,000.  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 to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots .  . .  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Two homes ��� one 3 B.R. one 2 B.R. on very large lot, close to  ^mflf4Jwa-n.ocU30Qt. launching. Ovflrloql.inq famous Lee Bay fishing  grounds'. $36,000' with terms.  GARDEN BAY LAKE  Comfortable 2 B.R. house, fully furnished on extra  large parklike lot overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  at $27,500.  3* BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  Approx,  4 acres with   150  ft.  waterfront,  On  Hwy.   101   near  Madeira Park. Full price $35,000 with $12,000 down. '  LANGDALE SUBDIVISIONf Wfioro the action ; Is!  DrlVo around, note tha homos being built, Thora's  still sbh}o^lovV'16trqV'q)lablori?oth'J-srclos'*o^hlghway  for $35b0-$50QQ. Ask us where thoy qro,  SOAMES POINT! Superb view home, on Marina'Drive,  recently completed. Very qttractiv.aly finished, has  two bedrooms, F,Pi'$ 18,000.     ,  '  WATERFRONT HOME  *', WoM Sochtifi Panoramic Vlow, Southern f"x0o��|on, Private, men '  two bedroom horn". IVlccil pt only .t?9.900.'Trrm��, Tn viow ,cnll ���,  i^..   7  Lun ur |iu/annvyan LuntonU (*&b;224l,,ut 80U4>96D3.  ...   n-  fc.lill,h��fc ll.ii   t Hil <i  ���i��n>��l,��ii|i.,lillil��,  .1   Ii ilnMill >l,���.  MARTIN ROAD: Wall kopi house In q'doslrablo rosl-  clontlal area, Llylng room 12'xl6', with flroplaco,  bright kitchen, two bedrooms.' Elect, heat, Carport  and Workshop. $10,000 F.P, hall cash might wprk,  *GOWER-POINT-R6ADi-A-low-liuH-ac.i-o-l^��.-ln-now-  subdlvlslon, .^000 F,P. .  ���WAtfeWKONTiW'of^w  by 300' long, wllh olclMlmor cabin on ul Solnia Pmk  TGiM"tamrF;Pr^7500xnslr~~������""*"���-1 *���-T"  ��� LISTINGS���WANTED  Lot us^soll yoiir proporly^ wo-got rosulls, our salos  oxeccdod onp million dollars In 197,1.  K,  A.  Crosby  006-2090 -  J,   E. Whllo   006^2935  'J    ' ��� " J. Vlhhor 085.2300        ��� r ���  '** ���  . i  ��iiii��,_^���. ���  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms. ���   ���   > ���  WATERFRONT LOTS  -r'Tnnds-fBrrinstilQ-wBOf���$-V0?000~cashp-Liotr-lr9--7-5i---$^6r500  34 ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira Park���Qontly sloping, nico)y���treed spot,. $6;500 cash.,  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  10 Motel units (all electric)���8 with cooking facilities/office with  living  quarters for  manager.  Approx.  8,00 ft,  on  small   lake,,  approx, 200 ft, on Ruby Lako with floats ond launching ramp,  **     ^"*~^Ful^^^rlc*r$85;ot)o*"��^th*$25;ooo"d6mr^*,^^^   ���:..���'..        GARDEN BAY ''r ;   315 ft. waterfront, over 3 ^ acros on 2 sopdrato parcels, Very  largo homo���6 (could bo 10) bodrooms���an oxcoliont start for  a fishing lodgo and resort. Good beach, lots of floats. $70,000  full prlco, good terms, Or houso can bo purchased wllih 100 ft.  waterfront lot for $42,000,       '    ' J '  "    '' ���"��� ���' '   $14,700 FULL PRICE     ,'   '  Noar Maclalrd  PaVk���4  BR honio on largo;vlow  lot,  Has oil  furnaco, balcony on 2 sides, Immediate possession, ,  ; APPROX,  152 Ft. WATERFRONT���EGMONT ,  Proporty'In 2 lots, but'bwnpr bays' soil ipootlior for'$26,500 wllh"  $13,000 down.   ,    .:...,  ���     FRANCIS'PENINSULA  . 2 side by side view lots of approx, 1 % acros each,7 Only a few 7  hundred ft. from Mprlnq. Each priced at; $ 10,0QQ--��Torm9,    .     157 ACRES, WITH, TIMBER _,..   P,L, 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx, 550 ft, of waiorfront on Mlxal Lako, road 8, crook  price $50,000 with $25.000 down.  ���   "ruby -lake- -���- ��� .������ - *  119 ft, waiorfront, wllh .float and furnished coltaoo, Comploto ���  wllh  running  walor,  hpthcoom and, wrvlcpcl  with hy,��|r'9,   Full  '    ',' .'      prlco $21,000 Wltlir terms.'   "-'''- ����  PARKLIKE VJ'EW PROPERTY  Ncaily 2 acros on Johnston Rd, locqtqd ahoyo iMadolm Park .Gov't  yyiiaii ovoilooking Ponder Harbour, with spacious wall maintained  ' homo,'Asklno $35,000.00,  ,.s^InawIIake        '   '   '\ .  13,8 acroi., nlcoly trood land with approx,  350' Choice Wator-  front, Asldnb $^10,000,00.  VIEW HOME. ON 72"ACRES  ' Woll built pdrllally furnished  H60 Bq,"ft,,2 D.R, homo,  wllh  ,houonionl a\u\ Iho 00M of uvorylhlng. 1 lull balhroomt., flroplaco,.  hoi wnlor hoollnn, douhlo enr poil and patio, Kavanuo pos:.lh|||.  II01  from  older  Intlldlnu* on  propotty,   $39,'/50  wllh ��� $15,000  ilOWIli *    1  mobiue:.hqme..siie$, r,  iiqvnial |olu uvujlnbla;  4     ,,     .    ���    , . r-���-; ���  w^ony.��lher.wt��w^<>n4,,walQrJrAUotrin^h��^J>��nd��r,4.Hoibou^  j  ���MHW$H��i<W.^|Vi��MMM��l<tM((  "T*  OlllSllIii  REAtTY UTD.  , ��� Madeira Park. B.C.  Phono Ponder Harbour 883-2233    '   1   ���   <       ,        1 11 \'t ",'���'��� <���  , . 7* '.*,,<.   "��'�����������', limn mmM    mi .   1. il,.,,,! iW��i. m'du^HHmm,  1-rVt";''  I'  V  ti     4.  I       "���  a;  P��IS'^Fi^'a5lft1Si!r^*r^  !ff��"*  >\ 'f   Held��i��A-^^��^tCTJ^ttWl^^x^)���maT0S-*r-TR1  HANDICRAFTS needed on  anisifeu'ment. by the Company Store, 6(505 Royal A,ven-  ue, Horseshoe Bay Phone  <*2l-9421   or 922-8041   evenings.  8542-24  - \    Help Wanted, female '  RELIABLE cleaning lady  \ wanted one day per week  in Selma\ Park area. Plume  H!!.r)-!)mr)   or   8��.r)-2214.     HOti.)��� 2S  Jc; HAS SPRUNC! The  wearner's yreat -.so gel oul  ol' theV ...house, start eavniut.;  -trtfmey~W-aTi Arnrr ftrpresen--  tative. -Discover how ea.^v it  is - tu sell Avon products to  Friendly people. Representative needed for Qibsons to  Langdale territory. Call Collect to Mrs. Matches 929-2592  or call Inge Harrison 886-  2967. 8518-25  CARS & TRUCKS  HIGH performance  1963 Chev  panel, 396 force-feeti, $1,100  firm.  Ph.  885-9416. 8555-23  1957   G.M.C.   :��..,.   ton    truck,  rebuilt  online,   for  sale.   Ph  885 2853. ^       ..        8564-24  WILL remove f car bodies  f-i\>m your yard to the dump,  $10.   Phone   883-2691.     8568-25  1960 DODGE haif-TotTpTck-up  with   plywood   canopy,   $400,  or   best .otter.  Phone  886-7682.  8684-23  l..t.r>  WHITb  )    Must  ang,  good  (���(���ill  dition,  35,000  ni.es.  Besl  11IT.T  over.  $1,0011.  Ph.  8K5-  ,.r.t;r>.  lif  76-23  1968    l-'ALCON    Kulura    auto-  niatie,   will  sell  or swap  I'or  boat    of   equal    value.    Klaus  Mueller,   Egmont.   15.C  8545-23  LICENCED  Pontine sedan  delivery   ('56)- i'or  sale.   Phone  886-7516. 8536-23.  BOATS & ENGINES  1968 DOUBLE Eagle, 100  Evinrude outboard and trailer  for,   sale.   Phone   885-9867.  8574-tfn  8��AT5-a^^*G^NE5-fee��^r^  BLUE Lady���24 ft ��� Art craft  with full house typ�� cover, <  Command, and tower- control.  Olds V-8 with Warner gear.  Head, tape deck, lots of equipment. Needs paint. $4,700. Dry  stored at Madeira Marina,  Pender Harbour. Phone 883-  2266. ^_^    8507-23  1970 85 H.P. E^INRlTbCwith  controls.    Top   shape,   $395.  Madeira  Marina,  Pender  Harbour,  883-2266. 8508 1>4  LAST OF THE'71's  TkO    H.P.    Evinrude,    Standard  shaft.  Full   Electric.  ONLY $095.00  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender   Harbour  4����ftf4fM*e���M���-���  LIMA   shovef1 model   34   GM  power   wid_e  crawlors.   Good  cond.    Ph:   886-9607." "7"       25  .USED  T.V.'S  FOR SALE OR RENT  SUNSHINE CO'AST  % T.V.  LTD.  Cowie   St.,   Sechelt  883-2266  854 U25  MOBILE HOMES  I960 . FORD,     good     running  order,  good tires  and radio.  New    transmission.    For   sale.  Ph.   885-2853.        ��� 8565-24  1970 MAVERICK 6 cyl. stand-  ard, one owner. Phone 885-  2359 or 885-2266 ask for Bryan.  8686-23  14 FT. boat, 9 h.p. Briggs with  self* starter   and   generator.  Fibreglassed.   For   sale   phone  886-2026. 8546-23  15'6"      HOUSTON      glasscraft ���  --boat   with   55   h.p.   Johnson.  C-W trailer, all top condition.  $1,800.   Ph.   883-2624.     8553-25  AYERS Mobile Home Park -  West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd.,���West���Secheit���next to  ll''    IT'S . suits���it'-:-    Morgans  8.15-9330. Sechelt, B.C.    8893-tfn  COMBINATION stereo radio  AM/FM. price, $75; fireplace screen, $15; carpet  sweeper. $5; Silvertone AM/  FM mantle radio, $20. Phone  886-2916. > 8539-23  FENDER de'uxe reverb am-  plit'er, with 12" speaker;  Vox built Wah Wah pedal;  Companion fuzz box; all in  excellent condition and all  for $150, sacrifice. Phone  885-  fhe Peninsula Times  Page A-5  9654.  8567-23  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  LTD.  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C. ��� Van.  Direct:  685-3133  ."Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  LISTINGS WANTED  It makes sense to list with the Company that will give  you the fullest coverage:  Offices in West Vancouver and Gibsons,  Toll free line to Vancouver.  Full   coverage   in   both   local   and   Vancouver  papers.  Plus a competent friendly staff���ALL TO SER-  VE.YOU BETTER!   ,  We have a waiting  list of Clients  for YOUR  Property!  DON'T DELAY���CALL TODAY!  school.   Ph.   885-2375.     8705-24  FINANCING Your Mobile  Home Arranged ��� Large 2  bedroom mobile home. 2  baths, large family room with  patio doors. Built in china  cabinet, large closets and  cupboards. No ' furnishings,  this is the best basic unit on  the Peninsula. Double ferry  Charges have been paid. Put  this fine home on your own  foundation and apply for the  Home Owners Grant. $15,500  Financing Arranged. No  agents. Phone 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 8713-tfn  PETS  "i"r-eHiLD'S altitude lu ^earning is almost established by  "the age of four and one "half  years - say the Ladybird  books which specialize in preschool learning with mother.  The complete series in stock  at Books & Stationery, Sechelt. Just 69c each. Aiso the  Ladybird book, of handwriting. Phone 885-9654.      8523-22  ELECTROLUX  Bob Waltham  Phone 885-9878  8299-tfn  MAPLE   bunk   beds   as   new.  Phone   885-9325. 8540-23  '.$���     piff^M���     r"   _?_____m__zL_i_i i  Predicament  Selling tickets for the Elphinstone for their, raffle tickets and the pup-  Voyageurs raffle at Trail Bay Centre pies -need kind homes. You can buy  last Saturday, Mike Egan and Peter the tickets from Elphinstone stu-  "English found they weren't the only    dents and if you want a puppy oon-  WedfWsday.  May 3,  ,971  Birthday party held"  to honour 85 birthday  MR. REG Smears .celebrated' his 85th  birthday with a dinner party at: the  Whispering Pines on April 26. His guests  were Miss Maud Paterson, Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Sawyer. Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Mr.  and Mrs 11. Rugge, Mrs. Betty Woodford,  Rill McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hadden  and Mrs M. Tinkley. Mr,. Sawyer proposed a toast to Mr. Srnears, compliment-  iu__, him-un iiis wotitferful recovery from  ils ivcenU illness and wishing hirn many  more happy years. The party enjoyed arr  excellent cfinher of roast" sirloin ttp.'veip"  elahles, pickles, stuffed celery and pie.  Mr. Smears who came to (panada from  his home in York, England, in 1902, has  had a rich and interesting-life. He has  honifesteaded in Manitoba and Saskatchewan where he has enjoyed some fine  hunting. He has worked in sawmills and  driving team, but in 1908, he started  "working with a pole gang and v,ps given  the chance to learn to climb. During the  first world war he served overseas with  the 28th Battalion but after the war he  went back to work as a linesman. He has  strung cables throughout the prairie  -provinces���aftd���er_���Vancouver���Island  ones needing    community-   support.  The Voyageurs needs lots of buyers  taet the Times office in Sechelt.  Madeira Park Happenings  ���by Erin Hudson  -POODLE   clippings and���bath- '  THE   book   which   may���well-  ing in your home or mine,  a}so Poodle puppies. Phone  885-9797. 8561-25  MAY Day���This Week we choose the new-  May. Queen. She-is. Shelley Ward and  her attendants are: Kim Pillion, Debbie  Roosen Katie Bilcik. and Kathy Lloyd.  They are all busy deciding, on escorts and  flower girls.. There,^ will 'be a soap box  derby, fishing derby ,ar\d. a, parade. The  retiring May Creepy,.' $ob,l��e Reid, will  crown Shelley ��� on. ^a.y';'20,^i.. ��� T-here will  also be a poster' :'c9^tesii'"Let's7:^ope the  weaker' brightens"lvgc.k "Ehere/ Will .'also  be a dance at the Community -rtall.  girls!  Softball is being placed  for house  games now, and there is lots of cheering,  from team-members.  Tests���Government.tests have arrived  and many classes are. working on them  already. Report cards came out on Friday. Let's hope everyone received a  good one7 Our track meet was going to  be held "inTIylay,. but we'll have to wait  for dryer weathet". House standings are:  Cheetahs "9- Tiger Cats 15, Globe Trotters  7, Falcons 6.  where, during the second world war, he  trained army linesmen with the 11th  Area Signals, stringing and maintaining  the. line between* Campbell River and  Kelsey  Bay.  Following his war service, he became  a customs officer in Vancouver. Mr.  Smears hopes,to move into Greene Court  in July when the new senior citizens'  units are expected to be completed.  ^  FARMETTE���GIBSONS  2.25 Acres with over 400' Highway frontage. Older  type 2 bedroom home, fireplace, driveway, chicken  house etc. This is a terrific buy for only $18,000.  $6,000 down balance at 8%. First time offered���  Don't miss this one.  FRANKLIN  ROAD  Lovely 2 bdrm home just minutes to beach. Excellent  investment for only $16,800, good terms���$100 per  month at 8%.  WATERFRONT LOT  Gibsons Bay, 33' waterfront, level to beach, all services, payed road, soon to be on village sewer. Good  investment: $7700.00. __       ���    BURNS ROAD  Building lot approx. 65x120, in quiet residential area;  on all services, paved road, close to safe beach. F.P.  $3500.00.  KHVTD home wanted for golden female dog 1V2 years.  German Shepherd cross Labrador. Good with children.  Ph.   885-9.065.    " 8558-23  2 SIAMESE female  kittens,  9  weeks,   $15   each.   Ph.   886-  9893! 8572-23  LIVESTOCK  HORSES    boarded,. excellent  care.  Ph. - 886-9893.    8573-23  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early, send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-.  64th" Ave., R.R. 7, Langley,  B.C.  534-6268. 7840-tfn  become a miinor classic���  set in British Columbia's great  wilderness area���a book for  nature lovers and sportsmen.  alike.' Read Black Water  River (Toa - Thai - Kas) now  in stock at Books & Stationery, Sechelt, just $6.95. For  Canadiana books, check with  us, our stock will astound  you.  Phone 885-9654.    8562-24  ONE   wheel   trailer   for   sale.  Excellent condition, $75. Ph.  885-9735. ' 8692-23  GA;RBAGE   burner,    in   good  condiion.    $50.   Phone    886-  7215. 24  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Roper���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service     !   Spurts���The boy's���softba-il���teamr  coached by Mr. Buhner, played Sechelt.  The  score was  7-4 for them.  The  girls'.  team, coached by Mrs. Knutson, will play  Langdale this Week. Let's* have a victory   The finalists for the-chess, tournament-  are being selected with the main competition to be held the last week in May. It  is. hoped that the Madeira winner will  play off -with the Sechelt winner.  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and Handles, Wedges  and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  ���  iechelHI(mie-Se��if^  985-2812  Box 636 Sechelt, B.C.  FOR SALE  imwtytfs*  LIST TODAY^THE  Lorrie Girard: 886-7244 or 886-7760 or  Shirlee Janowsky: 886*7244 or 886-2353  HOOVER spin dry washing  machine. Cabinet sewing  machine. Chesterfield studio-  bed. Refrigerator for sate. Ph.  885-9386 '      / 8543-23  2.1-11 CLINKER boat,_makfi_  offers.   Ph.   886-2978.     8107-23  NYGREN SALES'     ~  ���(1921) "LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  ELECTRIC mixer, $6. Baby  ��� walker, '$6. Baby car bed,  $12. % size guitar, $20. Vaporiser, $2. 2 folding l^wn chairs,  $6 each. Ph. 885-2381,   8557-23  V^y  1 st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial  Recreational  All types of reql estate financing including builders  loans, Fast appraisal service. ,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.   2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER,, B.C.  Rhone 926-3256  *w��f��ww^ ^^^o^tB^^miti^^  electric  If you have decided to install electric heating in your home, you're undoubtedly  .lodKing forward to enjoying, the Kind,ptcomfori and; ^  nheS^TOst^odptn, system available, the key "factor, of course, Is the Installation.  That's why we recommend that you ask your builder or heating contractor to Install  It to Medallion standards.       p.i^w^Ywfrr.w^  Member of the Multiple.Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SELMA PARK ' , No. 2603  Nicely finished retirement homo dt modest cost lp Solma Park. Has  flropla.ee and oil floor furnace, Lease $50,00 por year, until January  1st, 1976, Full cash prlco only $8,500. To view call Don Hadden  885-9&04 ovos.  Office 885-2235      '  From Vancouver Toll Free  ���4*  ZEnith 2012"  What becomes'of little boys who use bad language  while playing marbles?  They grow, .up, and play golf.  �� ��� i(2 _\ i.  You/11 use glowing language about any of those stellar  homo-buying opportunities:  PURCHASE NOW ���       No. 192466  Watch, your ,$6000 doy/n payment, grow with each passlna,moment.  Purchase-, this appro?*, 33 acre Investment property and soo' your  future qrow with tho aroa, Don't lot a faint heart fool you, That's  no time llko tho present to call! Bob Kent 885-9461, After office  ,hou��o;.88,5-9461,;,       '  7 ' 7    ,      ,' '   '    "     '       7 ' '  GRANTHAMS ��� "No, 3437  Romoclollod���four bedroom 1 Mi storey dwolllna on now, full, high  basomonr. Auto,'oil furnace, 200V wiring, All on 50' by 100' vlow  lot, $16,500 full prlco, $1'I,000 down payment, Call C. R. Gather-  colo 886-7016,  K3|BSONS'RURAIr,?*"��",<*^^  Ovgr'olqht ncros, good noil for your horsa pasture, About 0 third  cloarod and In grass., npw, Habllablo cabin on community wolerllnq..  Mllo and a half from storo5 ond uchoola, $20,000. Torms possible,  Phono ovos, 886-2681 Jock Warn,    'SlTMAPARK ""���","' " '" "'""' ' ' ' ' "Nor"2484"  59' Cobbla boach In loo of Iho Solma broakwator, Two bedroom  summer cottaoo on leaso land, $7,600 torms or discount for cash.  TailD^rWQfOBSEOT^  *��^��Mi*8^*|lk  GEORGIA STRAITS WATERFRONT No, 2499  800 ft, useable ahprollnu ond boach, clean wator, 17 M* unspoiled  acres, with small year round stream, Road \. boach from highway,  May bo sold In ono parcel, or 2 separate waterfront plecos, No hard  "sell," this ls"benwtlfulr-Term��/~holf .cosh- handle*,-Potor-Smith  ,885-9463 ovou, ^__  ,  DAVIS DAY        : No, 2388  Half aero y|ow lot |00'��220' overlooking ocean at Dayls Bay,  Sllualod at ond of qulol street, nearly level, Nlca cho|co- of trees  but easy to clear. Only ^6200,'.Call Don Haddor.^885.9504 ovos,  "VllRTTRTVATI;!"-  162458  0). on a peaceful country road,  1,36 acros dawn, from Hlflhway .  Quiet enjoyment of commanding sea vlow 'from pleasant 3\b��droom  .homo^QrvlcQs���lncludQLJJlY-^nto  ,$20,000,00 down, An aijpolntmont a muoll Coll Boh Kont 8B3.?4ol  oves,   'GIBSONS  * ���"'' ''   "-" "'��� ;.-N��r2539  Now iwo bedroom homo���Spacious open beam plan, Large suiulock.  Splendid vlo\v, quality Int'lt, fully Insijlatefl oil electric. Uvol off-  lTSif__l!frHiHT^  GOWER POINT   ' ���   ,Wi *T  A summer cottage for.younolf ond a couple lo rent oul, All presently  rented, On one hundred foot waterfront. Good fl.hlng and lots of  sunshine, '$25,000, Coll; Jncl^, Worn 886.2681 eves, ���  BUSY FAMILY HOMR '     , ,  , '    7  .   ,N��' ^6?  3 bedroom, separate dining and living rooms, Fireplace, carport,.  Do?or Ii'delightful, all on one floor. Only few Mops to beach and  boat launch, on lovnl leaso loi, Call: Poter Smith flB��>.9463 nvm.    ���  water View lot '  no, 2311  Finest view I've soon, water and hydro, pear.level, Iri now.pa.yl8,.Bqy  area, now liomos, View cannot bo spollpcl, Uof, mo show you, you'll  love It a( $6,250 * osklria pried, Torms'ponslblo, Coll: Peter Smith  885-9463 oves,  r   EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY  -      , No,   112508  *����Tremendous*chanco��to*acaMlro��noarly an��acrp,from country,.clubj..  foqturlng 90' of Highway 101, wllh'500 ft, on oozoitod side road,  "Easy subdlvlilohsl Woll trood with gentle 'southern slope, good Ln*'  vestment at only  $9,500 full  price.  Calli   Bob Kont  885-9461,  '_ ^.infimmmw hih��i,mi.ih.i��pwiwmiiiiii.-i.��  SEA VIEW HOME / No, 2400,M,L,S,  Near now 2 bodroom all electric homo, flroplaco. largo garago, vlow  over famous Sargent*1 Bay. Frldgo., ranao_ and deep freo20 Included  In full prlco of $22,000,00, Good oflers examined closely by Vt-rylor  who must move, Terms available. Call! Polar Smith 885-9463 ovol  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  -,-The-electrical- industry-put ...years-oL  experience and study into the develop-  mentmentof the, Medallion standards ~  proven Installation practices which are  your assurance of the .quality and performance you are Qxpeioflng,, and paying for, when you Install eloolilo heating.  Tho Medallion standards moan that the  system lias been sized correctly to insure comfort In any weather normal to  . your,.area;,thaMhera.,ls,proper,Jnsula-  Ilorilo conserve"heat and save money;  that there are approved -contrplQ to  maintain oomfprt and contribute to  '�������� more efficient use of ��lootrlolty.    ><���..���������  _ Bijaeboard and (loqr drpp-ln units, oel(��  .���Jng,4cable(,w,alL,Mnits1Jprced���vy;a  hydronlc - there's a wide choice of  jqulprnent to suit Individual needs,  Electric heating gives you the opportunity ol having Individual thermostats  for rpom-by-room temperature oontrol'.  H'a clean, quiet and efficient - the moat  modern system available,  What 'about operating ' odsts? B,0.  Hydro will give you a written estimate  of apnual poats,of,hoatlng���wlth,electricity and any!'bther Information "you  would like about olootrlo heating. All  for free, Call ,0,0. Hydro Customer Advisory Se?vlo*e, they'll give you a worm'  welcome,   1   mmmiMm��mtv��immif^im^lfm  P,C, HYDRO  W*    tW I- aFVf I ���tCn> I '  I  ���ji0w��!m��.>wi "^vt^-iirmisiM^rio  f*J*5t^SH(J*f'*.��"' f-ifi-' "f*h.  wt ^fKWM^MsttHJWyij'piiir^WB'iiiiiise^niff  AGENCIES! LTD,  Do>^ 155, Secholt,, -    Phone 8,85-2235  Or Call Toll Free fr'opn tho Greater Vancouver Aroa  '     ZEnith 2012    '  ' '        (E &0 E )/  rftttl ^-^pr^ftlRM^l^-aS^BsiW^^ptpr #'*W^*hb��  m_pmimf*m_-*immm!*^  1 Li'��i,it)|!-:".i mri i {"��'��� mT ��'��!'"��� !",i"i,,l.l"ili'J'U,,'t'.".'. li.'J'.Jjr  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  i��*i*kBh.#. mniU'tnMFMf ����rt^^��*iw(iii��l|t*'��M��inn^wr<(tw ��*  P.O, Box 158 �� Mndoirn Park/'B.'C^'r''PhQiie 88B-21B13  '.i��Miiw��*fii^^(tKB^yWsf��Miivi/��i��h(  V^����w,*wwytw^^^  *���*��.."���^f.invmm^mm!wiw^^h^^mi^^u��t^^^jM $,**��ii  mrr  mkmmti9pmm^mii0  mmm^mt^u,wmwii!.mm^-  "' ij   ^^mrmmmm^.  "f "W **!���s "I*    #���*'    ^!  ROBILLIARD ELECTRIC  ECECTRIC HEATING OUR SPECIALTY  ' i        * J I** ! *  Mormnid Stroot, Socliolt, |3,C, ^ Plioi^o 88B-J8131  4.)   -.*  !<4      IXPfA     #*���*�����     '        I*"* I  *-W<-'.&    ,.-��"W!'>i.T  ^   lli*ir4&i& *>H*��*EW*M(.-*i  j-jf-teHfiB^.)*. |iiy.��  XOM-* ^"S.^.iJMVil^ * A  - ���  L   ���mfmrnmrnmitm  T  ���gmmmtmmtkmbm  miimmmmmfmmm^mfiimf^m^m.  ' n    ' ' i *_atl_w     .  ���ntm"''k f: 7'rf-?'"S.'  K  .J&?$:.*���  i'<*^\i."   * i  *       '.  s>.  V'-y  1 ' **T -'A  V  ���*     -  ~~\*____7"'^+*��~*r~ ^xXtoTttT**^ ***������* O* J1*   ^ *'  '^^^'V-'i's*.* * ��*> 7^.*7^  ������.��?>  ^       *_.      ^     '  _*  >  Homemakers  Saturday, June 3rd is the date scheduled  for   the  Homemakers    Annual-  Bazaar and members of the Home-  makers Club have been hard at work  .   - Coming  Soon preparing  some more  surprises* for  Raffle tickets will be going on sale    project and displaying the prizes are    Sister Lucieane Trudeau who helps    their popular event.   Pictured  with  this week for the Annual Homemak-    from left;   Mrs. Eliza August with    co-ordinate the annual bazaar is pic-    novelty ..cushions, delicate lace cush-  rs  raffle which is always eagerly,   the buffalo wool vest;   Mrs., Carrie    tured  with  the  very    lovely hand-    ions and embroidered pillow slips are  t    i ,,.,..      ���.   ��   .   .i t-        i. .i.i.     j..t_  ,.-i-j    ���    p_i '":...        _.-.i_j    j.  ft-nm   loft-    Mv6     Ponilo    Aumiet     TVPi-V  awaited because the'hand-made    Joe holds the crocheted afghan in    painted tray  prizes are so lovely. Working on the    colors of gold, lilac and green, and  ��*��:  vr'^V  .��  from left: MrS.Cecile August, Mrs.  Eliza August, treasurer; Mrs. Ti-llie  August, vice-president Mrs. Sarah  Paul; Mrs. Carrie Joe and president  Mrs. Stella Johnson.  Page A-6            The Peninsula Times   Wednesdoyr-Moy-3, 1972   1^  Models  Besides  working    hard,  the illbme- ; modelled from left: Carrie Joe dis- attractive contrast in Tillie August's  makers have lots of fun loo, prepar-    plays  the  bright orange  vest  with poncho;   while Homemakers presiding for the Annual Bazaar and to give    deep tasselled fringe;  Eliza August ent Stella Johnson shows off the very  -iu.i-iilwa-ol-jtist.-wha.t-will-be^or.rsale-n���modols-a���lovely��� cape���Groc-heted���in���lovely-model-whic-h-is-ideaH'oi^even-  are  the  ponchos  and    vests  being    colors of pale green, lilac and gold; ing weau.   ���    orange, brown and white make an. ���  more  about...     '      ,  "  ��� Rezoning request  PADDLES,  OARS  BOAT BUMPERS  STEERING  WHEELS  AND  CABLES  BILGE PUMPS  1pk��I  Fibreglctssing  Time  CLOTH, MA"|  WOVEN-ROVEN AND  FIBREGLASS  Whole  fryers  CHICKEN BREASTS A"���"'��  CHICKEN LEGS Approx  CHICKENS  ���.���.���Gr.de-A.lb.-49?-  5 lb. bag   5��  5.lb. bag   CHUCK STEAKS  Canada Choice, Canada Good   Government Inspected  W.  79*  ~79"  CROSS -RI& ROAST  Bone in. Canada Choice, Canada Good ....  Ib.  1.091  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PhoneT885-962r   ���&��SN!iMllY.e/.:-  LETTUCE Sfr*:; :.... 2����* 39c  POTATOES 20 ib. po.y ba9   9^c  GRAPEFRUIT iSESTk, 10 *>, 1.00  ii^.iliiB^lirBikitaWtjittFmifr^^rtM^Wrmfr-)  ���from pagoVi,"],  n riHTCiilioiuil pink-is it-.:, Mrs. Peggy Connor who prosen I ori lho petition ���������sulci sho  hud iilso co.nttictocl lho {Ion. Isabel Daw-  .son who in very Interested hi the project.  COMMUNITY  ASSOCIATION I  IVh^Miir.Y,. ^tU1it'i;!iLJTI^Hilt'!iLl!JI.^.!.Ll5L��.  "*���" WT^IiVimiiT^"Iitii 1 iTl��   ^nmiTiTiTTiTy   lA!^Jciatio'iT"  pn'M'nte.l 11 lirlel' oul lining the history of  Cuuper'H Greun whiehwaM ckwelupecl lih-'  11 resort  in 11101), It luiti I..H.11 open to the  puhllc ever sliu'e Iliat  time, through Iho  geiieronily  ol   lhe  ownui'H,  One h.'flluii nl' the lirlel' roailm "Surely  at*thin Him. when (here Is no much do-  .velopmunl going tin, In und around Hall'-  inooif I'ay   which Is HlrelchlVig oilHlwarcl  a:, far in. Went Keclu.ll Unci west ward lo  irny\v\ C'nveaiid Weleoino, Push, lhe need  lor a   puhll.'  park  iMinoro  than  ever  a  Mini   iiijiwHlly,   Cooper's   Green   is   lhe.  I'enti'al'poliil uii'irthe huiu't of this piu-lU*  eulnr iii'tui. It  Ih Ideal I'or a  public park,  there helng a, plqumml' grecin nnd goocl  t.hnih' lives on 'n level spot right bolwoeii  '*    ihe road nnd lhe heaeh, II olU'ors an Ideal  .iiii, I'm- oui' rhlldi'DUH' swimming elassoH.  ami   Inn.  a   launching   ramp   which   Is  a  hoou to hunt owners, In I'ael II Ik a spot,  ^wlneh��wu��l'uel*Hh()itld4)u*uvallablo*l'oiwihu��w  enjovmiMil of all, rather than l(l>eeomo lho '  private, properly of a privileged few.  This Association feels Ihal Ihe nizon-  Ing ol' (Onopei't. tlreen as ii residential  Ill-Oil N'l'llkV'pi'oVl' H gl'Olll lOHH l() lllllf-  nioon May and we strongly urge lhe  Moard lo recommend lhat lids area he  ti(:i|iiiiinl Uir ,i'iiiivui'siun to a puhllu park,  -nATEPAYEns-*"������'���������-���v.���    , Hepii'stMillug Anwi   ll,. Ualnpayoi'h'  As-  iioeliitlon,   l,lllu   Hell   presented    11   hrlof  which  also  poliilud   to   lho  vidua  of   the  land   as   a   puhllc   park   and   made   two  .  locenininndnllons: ��� . ,  "They ivcommeiKl thai  the Commercial v.oning for the idle he retained, They  ��� niv  concerned  ihal   should   llio  silo  hu  ir.'oncd loi   icitUlcullal Use that, II  would  ���^lnn'ilnldy-he:fclosl,-ari*h",mennri-hl'--fM,n,sii,-  In lhe water, (1 ���   Jl'hr>p'rrTjiirtt���1h;rt���1tir"itrR)nriT\t���l3irT'f'  lileWhirvlor for Ihe'iiiea recommend lo  J ,lhn   Moaid   lljail,,,lhp,v   glvo   eonulflorallfin  lo  Iiii' 'iici|ui:iilio|i  Uv   lhe_llimr(l  of  tho  "���^flte nr, i\ innnnrp.ifr^r"''*  BY1TAW"  Ai.wt M di'iccloii 'ah', Cliff Thorold  pointed old Ihal discussion does not enter inlo the eh'iiiigtng of lho hy-luw, WUU  Mr. Cooper's ('o-nper(dloii.,lhb Hoard omi  withhold final, reading of Ihe hy-luw.  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WW***1'  AT  FRIED RICE  Polta.r  4 voriotld*. 12 ox. ���,.,...���,  TIDE "  Kino Slxo, Laundry  dotorpom, 5 \h   SHAMPOO  .    l  1  Provolo.  3,or'8,9��  .'.���...'.'. 33��,'  :::.:55��;   55  ...,.,; 45c  ,-       1  1.99  I  89��  *  1 ���NJ^.��ySH 1!? $TMT SAFpY BUTTON  ��� NO IRON CARE FOR PERMANENT PRESS  FABRICS *,  ".i.r' "'  ���Jir* * -        1       it  - ,7���7  -3     j^     ;���;  ���  "  ��� ��� ^  EFFECTIYfe M^Y 3rd to 6��h  rT'r^,.'wT��lV''5����5,t,,r4^'��St*Sri.'S!3f"l wJ'^iWWSIf I  "^^TOMBLTlPR"ES:rcrOWiroT  I wlii^>ivH(.v^*Jiivtia3)_  3 TEMPERATURE SELECTIONS FOR PROPER  DRYING TEMPERATURE  ��� EXTRA LARGE LINT SCREEN    '  ��� FAST QUIET DRYING  HARDWARE LTD  Cowrlo Street; S9cholt �� Phono 885-X171  Sechelt Super Market  Cowrie Stroot, Socholt  Phono 885:9416      . , ,.'. ���.Hijiurchujio thu iiiijdi'or ��, purh.  -irr��  . ,.   , , ...��       t^*t*jii��wfcoi��Miiiii,iwwriii��wt��i��iMHMiiU*Win*Mi<i^ iwi��'wiiwiitnni�� am��npiiir^)W!w��W*<M*"lTH��lY'^ "WWWI -minuwiinmw   "'7f���,  BH%Hi|Ml��*WWUll)tll unit*.  I I vSPfer.  .  )  ,ii  L  m i.��pw  ���    ���     I  --4VeJ���ome-^eet^-SaJI-  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary  cessful ever organized by the Auxiliary  ancl the members can certainly be: c'bn-  $ratuvlated   on   convening   such  a   happy  party; ��� ��� ^ \  smor  LAS.T Saturday evening by 6:30 p.m. the  parking spaces at the Welcome Beach  Hall were filled, the tables vwere laden  with "mouth watering dishes and more  than 60 people were lined up anxious "to  sample the food prepared by Halfmoon  Bay's most famous cooks. And what a  display it was! Centerpiece of the se'r-  _ving_j_ab'f!. was a-huge bake.d-stuffed-sal���  Hopeful  vAnticipation of good response from Children's  the Flowers of Hope campaign lends  encouragement to Gibsons Rangers  who are putting in long hours packing the seeds which will soon be arriving in the mail. All proceeds go  to the local Chapter of the Retarded  Association which oper  ates from Egmont throngh"To~Po  Mellon. From left are: Debbie Hill,  Cindy Kurucz, Maria Schneider, Kerry"-Mahlman. Camille Turynek and  Bren'da Rottluff.  "rtJ^ndetJiu  mon, caught and cooked by the Jack  Mercers. It was surrounded by dishes of  all kinds, Spanish n'ice^ Chili con carne,  meat loaf, curried prawns' and an amazing  a.ssortment  of  salads.  Mrs. Queenie Burrows, President of  the Hospital Auxiliary, welcojned the  guests and Canon Alan .Greene asked the  blessing. Those at the end of the long  line-up who might have had ' anxious  moments about the food lasting out in  face of such a major attack, need not  have feared, for when the last guest and  all the members of the Auxiliary, had  ��� -been...-served,   the- serving   table   looked-  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, May 3, 1972  Pages 1-6  For retarded children  Pender Harbour members  seek own special school  ..SEGHE^Children's Association is being very ably  represented at Pender Harbour by members who have already commenced a fund  raising campaign to help finance a school  -in���theii���area, ������ :   Four members irom Pender Harbour  attended the April meeting of the Association held in Gibsons, bringing with  them new ideas and suggestions. Introduced by vice-president of the Associa-  iOTargCTgr-Lamb who  chaired-  -tfinr  the  -Mrs:  meetir  ed. rug measuring 2 by 3Vfeet, this is to_  be raffled in the near future.  ' Gibsons. Rangers under the leadership  of Mrs. Sandra Morrison and Mrs. Eleanor White are busy packaging seeds for  -the���Ammai-Flowers uf-Hupe campaign  to be held from May 14th to 20th. All  proceeds go to the Local Chapter.  Recent donations received with gratitude .include $15 from the Order of the  Eastern Star and $37 from the Sechelt  and District Chamber ot commerce.     ~~~  ���-by Cindy Harris  OUR principal, Mr. ��� Thompson, returned  to school last week. He has been recuperating at home after surgery at St.  Mary's Hospital. Welcome back Mr.  Thompson.     ��  GRAU "        " 'r.  Plans are being finalized for this  years graduation ^ceremonies being1 held  on May 12. The evening will begin with  dinner in the gym, to be followed by a  dance. Music will be provided by St.  Mary's Boys Band from Mission.  HOUSE GAMES  Floor hockey has been the House  competition'sport for the last two weeks,  all  teams  participating.  DRAMA CLUB  On   Saturday   April   29,   students   of  the  drama  club,   under  the- direction  of  Mrs.   Margaret   Thompson,   travelled   to  Max Cameron- Secondary, School to enter,,  a play in the Drama Festival.  Report cards were issued on Friday,  April 28. Next week V will print the  names of the students on the honour roll.  almost as full as ever.  Tables were gay with delightful flow  er arrangements, the work of Mrs: Greta  Jorgensen. There were* daffodils, narcissus, grape hyacinths and other spring  flowers from tjie garden of Mrs. 'Jorgensen and Mrs. Janet Allen. The new  dishes recently purchased by the Welcome Beach Association . arrived just in  time to grace the occasion.   Wiierr^h^^^KheB^weTe^~cleared7"MTsr-  Ruby Hatcher sat down at the piano,  and soon had all the guests joining in a  sing-song.- There followed some friendly  games of bingo with some of the lucky  winners being Mr. and Mrs. Jim Browning, Mrs. Mary Kingston, Dr. and Mrs.  Don Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fras-  , er, Ed Whilaker, Canon Green and Jack  Mercer who also won the door prize. All  the.bingo prizes were made and donated  by the Hospital Auxiliary members. Two  Girl Guides volunteered to wash all the  dishes as part of their service project.  They    were   Sheila   Murphy   and   Starr  ���Manton.   The���steam���table���was���loaned  courtesy of the Patio Gardens.  -���     The event  was  one of the most sue-  BAIT - ICE - MULE  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  MAY DAY  Saturday, May 20  Sponsored  by the  PENDER  HARBOUR LIONS  CLUB  8:00 a.m.   COMMUNITY HAttr   #*  Madeira  Park  A.  !J3_     M,m'mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmSSmmSmSSmaSmSSSSSSmSiSmm^  IB; ���   ���  S8  Ii __m__ ~��B       . in     mm      __________ ___._w _  Mrs.   Scoular,   Mrs.  Ross, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Knutson who  teaches the special class at Pender Harbor.  Investigation is presently underway,  tracking down possibilities, of5 accommodation in proximity to Madeira Park  School for the handicapped children's*  class which will commence in the fall.  The class presently operating in Madeira  Park��School, is.an experiroentai p^Qjec.',..'  operated jointly between the School  Board and the local Chapter of the, Retarded Children's Association.  NEW CENTRE  Mrs. Knutson and Mrs, Ruth Kobus  represented this district at the recent  opening of Artaban Training Centre in  Powell   River  which  has  been   financed  ���through���the���generosity��� of���MacMillan���  Bloedel Company who donated the land,  local contributions amounting to $50,000  and a grant of $20,000 from the provin-���  cial government, Twenty-six trainees- are  - rQceivi.ng-...insti.uotioO"-ut"4ho~Cei;iti'Q!  v.meh'irr. ��� wood working, "piiihti  rubber mats and garden works, and the  girls in various handicrafts, and  baking.  Future " development "at  Artaban in-"  eludes a 10-room livo-in ro.sidonco and  ancillary buildings I'or recreation and a  classroom   to. accommodate  those  young  _ people: who ^MUWt^coj^wJt.h^thp^/.ogiJiilar^,,  ..,,,.,^l^.,g^,^������.���^ j������.^���...,., ...,,,���-.���.,,,.. ,,���. ,   . FUND RAISING  ,.', "...     'TicketH are proiWhUy' on Hale  for tlie  raffle with prlzow dona tod hy Pender  Harbour Secondary School and Mrn, Beatrice Fair. First prize Ih a reclining patio  chair, other prizes Include a lamp; games,  tabic' and .mlscolJa.noou.8 prizes,'  .,..<���..;..,;aflltePhH sl.udenv,CJiuy ���Hauka him completed another vory lovely all wool hoolt-  -yjSIT&RS^ = ; ���  Local members of the Association will  host a party of people from Bevan Lodge,  Courtenay, who will be passing through  this district July 5th.  Sechelt Art Gallery  to feature acrf lies  COMMENCING May 3 for two weeks the  Art) Gallery Shop will have an exhibition of 5 large acrylics by Fran  Ovens, one of the active volunteers -of  the Gallery.  A. former ��� student at the Vancouver  School of Art, she is at present a volunteer��� in~the art section ���of���the- Sechelt -  Elementary School which, has been organized with such success in varied fields  of student interest  Entering a contest in North Vancou-  . ver. ��� ,som e .years  ago vffir4^.pKrars^"��"e~  picting   "Industry   in  North   Vancouver"  Mrs. Ovens won first place and had her  painting reproduced oiv the covers of the,.  North Vancouver Citizen,  ��� Sho is interested in Indian themes  and sea scapes in which she uses a spare  lino   effect   and   vivid   colours,  now summer is, wo hope, coming, and  wo also ���< have mobile wind chimes ,of  ceramic of considerable attraction. Do  visit your owii Sunshine Coast Arts shop.  POEM  .     This   weeks,   poem   was.   written --by-  Grade  nine  student  Gordon   Newick.  Plodding   slowly  along  the   mountain,  path ������    -  ���     Thu lrage-grizzly makes fui  lium��.    '  Wearily it stumbles down the rocky  trail ~~ :���  Letting   nothing   stop   it   or   get   in  way.  Finally,  off  in   the  distance,  it sees  home.  A   dark   cave   drilled   into   the  hard  rocky  bank.  it's  its  Across the river and up the bank,  Dodging   rocks   and  leaping   logs  ��� lie m-akes it home just before'''-dark~  And   settles  down   to sleep  through  the winter fog.     ' �����       .       .  HONOR ROLL  The following students achieved  Honor Roll standing for this reporting  period. * indicates number of times this  standing has been previously attained  this year,'  Grade 12, Janice Cumming * 5.6; Billy  Rfifld ** 5.8.  \Grade 1,0, James Northrup * 5,9,  Grade 9,  Mary  Carribron  **   6.3; Eva  Dubois   .**  '5,5;   Donelda   Hyatt   **   5,7;  rjrrfly7TTa��t"7*~*'^  Grade ,8, Jim Cameron ** 6.0; James  Daley * 5.7; Susan McCrindle ��* 6,7;  Marjoiy MacKay **'6,2; Susan Rae **  6,3;'Valerie Reid 5.7.  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The Peninsula Times  m  ^t99______^____l____\\\\'_\\\y^_-r^  ____________WUR________UB_m__w_______wuwM__m__mm___mr____nn w��^jKmimmmmamtn^Mainmam^mmamm^^^mMmimm*rammummmimm^^^K**M__tvi*ai6i>>j^^r_*s *i��inau.jjyiM��avt jb��i  ~���   Wt'.d"esddy' May 3, 1972    "  1  _    ',' ' '., _       \  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  WHEN Mrs. Betty Gisvold w^nt by plane  to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for a Hvo-  Acek vacation, she stayed at the Hotel  !;,,-.ila, ;7 Ijcai.til'ul old fashioned place.  Tlu-iv she found 1hal the people, in the  ���i,Ijomin.. rooms, with whom she shared  .i liali'iiny were Jens and Alice .Jensen  11,,in Hie Sunshine Inn al ("lardeii Hay,  ���/.In. vvt'i(7 also .holidaying in Mt'xic.i Tor  ihe first I i ii if. They (Mijoyed��l he 'pleasant  weather) ihe cocoaniit palms, cobblestone  ��� t reels and many interest int. sights. Hel-  \\   hopes 'to   visit   Mexico  attain.  Huh White has taken over a mnnagor-  ..liip I'or Overwailea Ltd. at Port Coqui-  t lain. He and his wiKe Irene have gone  in  live there.  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sweeney of Yarmouth, N.S., arc happy over tlie birth  of a daughter. Rena Lynne, on April 10,  7 lbs. 4 oz., a sister for Adam. Mrs.  Sweeney, nee Susan Butler, is a former  local, resident.  SrrKUmt   teachers  from   UBC   who  are  .-Uulpi-ug. ...iriTloea 1.   schools���here���far���two ��^-  weeks  as  part   of   their  over-all"* -training  program are: Miss Debbie Olesen, Grade 3  Langdale  Langdale  Miss  Miss  .Joan  Doniia  Webb.  Koss.  Grade  Grade  ..r  Wood, Manure and ...  Wood and manure stand'by in. trucks  wailing to he /auctioned off during  the annual Gibsons Wildlife auction  held at the c'lubrooms last week.  Money received from articles, which  were all donated, is used for worthy  club  prpjects  throughout  the  year.  :f     <-  '���cy  '&f>ig��'w$-*i'  ���\.%  Ski**'.?- v.  I "7  ti'  >?  **r*i-*? ���.������-������v-vv  Gibsons Elementary; Miss Nancy Tuline,"  Kindergarten: Mrs. Barbara Mason,  Grade 2 and Mr, J. Keegan, Grade (i. all  of Gibsons  Elementary. r,  The ladies of the community who supervise, and manage lhe> milk and fruit  juice program in the noon hour at the  Gibsons Elementary School-are to be  .commented for their unselfish service  to the pupils. A group of mothers go in  turn each day to make-up the class ord*  ers and count the money on Fridays;  bank it, and make up the lists for the  nexj. week.  Richard Hollowink with his wife and  two children from Fernie visited relatives  here.  Weekend gue.st at the home of Mr.  and Mrs: N. Berdahl was Miss Esther  Olsen from Vancouver.  .Remember the United Church Women  'are holding a  thrift  sale Friday,  May  5  starting  at   10  a.m.  Lots  of bargains.  As  well  as  rummage there  will also  be an  interesting bid table. '        Carnival  Atmosphere  While-the carnival is oyer a week  away, Carolyn Sandy and Kevin  Forshner are getting ready for the  event, put on, by Grade 6 students  at Gibsons Elementary School. The  carnival is another method used to  raise funds--for-;the students forthcoming journey to tlie lower mainland.  Canada uses 368 pounds of paper per  capita each year. The United States uses"  .534. , '  ��  miiiBBiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiw��mmiiuiBB^ii,iyiy��iiu��i  DID YOU KNOW?  JJ^reten d ~J7~ci5nion_\  CARRIES  SPORTSWEAR  for SPAING  Gibsons - 886-9941  ao__________m___  _________________  i  Temperance speaker  visijs local schools  Getting  Ready.  Auctioneer Norm Boyd, of Hopkins    tion on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Boyd  Landing make's sure all items are    volunteered    his    services    to   the  tagged as time draws near for the    project,  second annual Gibsons Wildlife Auc-  And- Rabbits, Too  Don Head cfethe'^Gibsons Wildlife  Ctu'b checks his stock before these  bunnies hit the auction block Saturday afternoon.  From the pulpit  i  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  A FAMILIAR cliche is "There ' are so  ���.raau-yJi-y,^  is generally "meant by this is that some-  whore along the line -in a person's experience with churches, and/or .religion,  he has hud the unfortunate mishap of  encountering 'n "hypoerntic"���one who  piotonds to he what ho is not.  Moreover, ' nnd this Is tho snd part,  tluit.,.indivlduol��who-hoH��-been��confronted*  wlth a rpul, live hypocrnUc, has since  forgotten ubout' spiritual ' mnlloi's, In  every orgiinlzfitioh thoroare phonies "unci  thu church Is no exception. But ore you  going to loi. a I'ow. bad actors keep 'you  Jiom enjoying all tho benefits of Knowing Christ porsonnlly unci ovoniimlly  icaching heaven? If ,|hcro wiih 'boiiiii  counterfeit monoy circulating In" our  town, wnulcl, you destroy your money  because of It? Probably not,  Be honest, my frlar.oVH.'l.s.nn oxcuno,  nnd too often a familiar ono, -Johiin nu.if.iu  in ono of His pnrnhles that  NO excuse  will ho acceptable on tho Judgement day,  Ji'urthqrmovo   the,. Bible  says,   "So , |,|.en  )S. Just, before lho    look over lho.JlnlH^ worth,, , ,��� ,���aiKl the hypocrite,,Aro you readyv '  Chickens Up for IBid   ,  Even chickens '.wont- Up for bid at   auction Knrla'; Nygron and   Juliotto  Saturday's auction  '-'  "���  /"1" ~    * ���-'--'--"    ���--"-   -' -���       ��  Wildlife Cliib rooms.  ���by Marion Charman  WOMEN'S ' Christian Temperance Union-  is the oldest women's organization in  British Columbia. The WCTU has been  active in this province for 85 years. They  are best known as S reform group crusading against liqiaor traffic. Alcohol is  still number one on the problem list.  Mrs. Frankie Hitchcock, who has-  taken many courses, is widely travelled  and has-a, vast knowledge of. problems-  resulting from drugs, alcohol and smoking. She was in this area last week to  resent a special program in the schools  ton drug misuse.  For the.Grade 5 pupils a five-foot puppet, Smoking Sam, was used to show the  evils of tobacco.  Grade  C and  7  students  were  given  JielpiuLauidjfl��o����a44j/e--ta-llifi-when -Mrsr-  H-Uchcock  spoke  to  them  about  various  evil effects of drugs.  Parents were also  invited to attend these lectures; some did,  A question period followed. Mrs,  Hitchcock  has been active in this ende-  threo years has spoken to thousands of  pupils in tho schools of many areus,  Elphinstone Voyageurs  looking toward Quebec  A GROUP of ..IB.,students belonging,to a.  group called' tho Elphinstone Voyageurs havo I her hearts set on a trip"'to  Quebec, or some other location ln eastern  Canada, In Iho early- fall,  Tho students, all ,,1'rom Elphinstone  Secondary School, are presently holding  n raffle' ns one' of tholr fund rn'lHlng projects, Prizes have boon solicited from  Gibsons and Socholt morchant,s,.,anct���lhe  raripoiirio, according lo lho. prize ILstHUh-  mUtod by tho mm), has boon most notifying,      ������'-,'���.���'��������� ,.���'���������-���������  ,  - ���������   ���>  In addition to.nolle"tod prizes, Included In the draw ,iylll be a' coffee table  made by tho student., at Elphlnstono, m  woll oh Ralad bowto made- by lho same  flhop,v  ��� ���'" ���������- ���������- ���'���-���- ������" -���  MOTHERS DAY  SUNDAY; MAY 14,1972 - 5P.M.  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Saturday's program includes the firemen's war of hoses starling things off at  9 a.m.; the midway running all day; arts  display at the United -.Church hall from  11 a.m: to 9 p.m.; the parade starting  at 11 arm- "the housewife's jogging race-  beginning at around 12:30 p.m. and again  ���the beer garden being open from about  noon  to midnight.'-  Also   on   Saturday's   card,   the   doser  boats at 1 p.m.; salvage boats at 2_ p.m.,   A   CLAMBAKE,   complete   with   oysters,  clams and salmon, has been scheduled  by the Gibsons Sea ��Cavalcade as a fund-  raising project at the Roberts Creek  picnic site on Saturday, May 20.   <���>  In addition lo a variety of seafoods,  and hot dogs for ..the younger set, the  ^committee in charge of lhe clambake has  announced a good lineup of entertainment will be'on hand."In the event of inclement weather the event will be held  at the Branch 109 Gibsons Legion hall.  Prices for the clamba~ke have been  set at $2. per adult, $1 for children, with  a family ticket���available for $0, which  will cover everything. Following the out- *  side festivities, a dance will be held at  the Gibsons Legion hall, where it is expected that seafood will again be available to those gourmets of the ocean.  Meanwhile, preparations for the July  T weekenci Sea Cavalcadeare gradually  becoming realities, as tentative times and  dates were set at the last meeting of the  group held  last  Wednesday   night.  Official opening ceremonies, will take  place on the wharf at 7 p.m. Friday,  June-30, when the queen contestants will  be introduced; the King Neptune-contest  will be held; visiting dignitaries-presented and the traditional blowing up of a  ship in the harbor will set the thl��ee-day  weekend   in "motion.  A midway will be held at Dougall  Park the same day, and the Kinsmen  beer garden should be open from 7 p.m.  with the first tugboat race gelling underway  around  3  p.m. ��  Bathtub races���termed, a Nanaimo  Shakedown���have been set for Saturday,  as well as the Salmon Barbecue and the  celebrity auction, which will start around 4:30 p.m. The. crowning _of the Sea  Cavalcade queen, who will present the  tug boat- trophies, will take place on the  wharf at 7 p.m. Saturday's activities will  end with a dance to be held at the Elphinstone Secondary School.  A Kiwanis fish derby will "run pretty  well through the three days, while the  junior fish derby will start at 9 a.m. ori  the Sunday. Sunday's schedule also includes the firemen's water sports, a horse  show at Roberts Creek and the possibility of logging sports in the afternoon  as well as fireworks to cap off the evening. Other weekend- activities include the  museum, booths and .races.  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 3/ 1972  CASH FOR GUNS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  Your   advertising   in   this   space  will   reach  nearly   2.500   homes   (over   9,000   people)  rrweek. It's the most economical way to  ������each more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)  ffl'  BLAIR'S  ELECTRICAL  Getting ready for their walkatho-n  May 6, these students of Grade 6 at  Gibsons Elementary School hope to  raise funds for a trip to the lower  Elementary school project  Lettuce  Ready for the Walk  mainland later on. Shown' (left to  right): Carolyn Sandy, Angela Ped-  rini,   Raymond  Boser,   Diana    Mc-  Clellan and Kevin Forshner. The hike  will take place -from the school to  Roberts Creek and back.  CONTRACTING  NOW SERVING  THE  GIBSONS-  SECHELT AREA  PHONE 886-7316  HII  (By Jack Mills)  is what the kids call it  , nnnnnfifWWMtfVMWvvtfiftfvnfw  A STRANGE thing happened on the. way  lo .a. celebrity   auction.  Among  many  others  we  had written  fpr  an  article or  -Hern���t�����be���attetitmed���e-H���for���9*e���se-t��-  July 1st weekend was former President  ~oI the United States, Lyndon B. Johri-  son. We did get a signed engraving and  all, but here's the letter we got back.  ','Dear Mr. Mills: Good luck with your  auction! We appreciate your writing to  President Johnson about your organization and the fine things it does and we  are happy to send you the enclosed engraving of tn��c LBJ Ranch."' It was signed  by his assistant en official Lyndon B.  Johnson stationery. All fine ancl dandy!v  But, President Johnson?  And while we say WE wrote, let's  give credit whore credit is due. There's  a little gal down at Kay Butler's office  wjjio has just been arwhomping the' ole  letters oul for us. II takes us about four  hours to get 12 letters oul and Nancy Le-  warne pounds the thin'gs out quicker  than we can hand Ihom to her. Also' of  course must thank her boss Kay who offered Nancy's services to the Chamber  of Commerce;  And speaking ol Chamber of Commerce, there were a couple of items thoy  *^t^bT2lrifRl^  somewhere along the lino, One was their  request, to try and got Bee Ceo, Tol to  of for us Sunshine '"Coiisto'i's free toll linos  between Port. Mellon und Pender Har-  buur. It's a good idea but surely a far  fetched request, And then there is their  asking Sechelt Motor Transport to stop  ���^'"tliTdi F* K is oh"ii 1 o ittTG go"i^'i IT1)6" f ore'i I iey*" g c t"  to tho Van depot, As was brought out ul  the. lunt, Chamber njooUng, "arc wo try-,  ing to encourngo shoppers to houd for  Ihe big,, eltyV'-'Mnkos sense, doesn't It,  especially when I ho Chamber is comprised of locul businessmen on the whol-X  And l-hon there Is lho To,\un who  drives a Volkswagen lnstoud ol' the tisitul  Cadillac, Asked  if his VW was 'n''i'-.,oiv  ditioned,   the   Texan   drawled,   "No,   but  I  always keep a couple of cold ones in  the  refrigerator."  ���~-A.nd-abo��t--a-moBth-^-��Q-Maye4--4y4ally-.-  THE YOUNGSTERS of teacher David  Rempel's^class at Gibsons Elementary  School have termed it, "Lettuce Cee Bee  Cee," and it is actually their project to  raise funds toward a trip to the lower  mainland of British Columbia. "  Included in the project���well, perhaps the students can say it better���here  are   two   letters   written   by   the   young-  ond, a sleeping bag and third, an air  mattress. The tickets are one for 50 cents  and two for 75 cents. The winning ticket  will be drawn on May 12 at our carnival.  The carnival will be fun for all ages,  made   a   statement   in   council    "      Mr  Rempel's class is going on a field     to helP  us-  as games of fun and sKin will be played.  There .are  many different prizes.  Last, the walkathon. This is on May  6th to Roberts Creek and back. We thank  pyprynnp whQ-spaHSQt^-eg-does-a.ayth.ing-  GIBSONS  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  WE SPECIALIZE TIN  HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS  ��� PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE  E~TJr;"]FT3FT^EA^"^^  in   about  two   weeks."   Wonder  =7 Or better still"  when it is?  what   it  is.'  Peterson  that,  "there should be an announcement '"'trip "of B.C "Right" now we're-still earn-  made public on a plan for the waterfront- ing lhe money. Here are the three ways  we're earning it; a carnival, on May 12th,  a walk-a-thon, on May 6th and a raffle  (which will be drawn on the 12th).  We will be going to many places in  B.C. In fact, we're going to a place as  far away as Hell's (Gate. Some of the  other things we will be seeing are as  lollowsr a f-ish:;K5t^her_y, a���fmus"eum; arrd-  a turkey farm:'$nere.are about 10 other  places we'll visit. During the night we  will be sleeping in a -hay barn!  We will be going for three or four  days.. I think this field trip will be quite  fun! The field, trip will mainly leach us  about our province and the places in it.  Sure you can go get an encyclopedia out  ���of -the library,������ (-on-Ganada-Hiea^-afee��4r44r-  And public relationist. for the local  Athletic Association, Jean Mullen, said  her phone has been ringing off the hook,  wanting to know why the Ken's Vikings  soccer team wasn't in the paper. Well,  Jeanie, we did. take one -bTat-4tr^idttH-tui,n  out. She sent this minuature along and  we told her it just wouldn't turn out,  but we're sure sorry. Mrs. Mullen is  leaving the organization to follow husband Jack to Quesnel. She's done one  heck of a job here for the Associatibn in  Gibsons so we can't let her go thinking  we're schmucks. Here Jean, is your picture. No names available, and you may  not be able to recognize them but never  let it be said you left Gibsons without  doing your job. And thanks for everything!    '  "(Signed)   Carol  Daugherty  Gibsons U.C. low C's  to stage carnival  THE Gibsons  low C's; a small  group  of   yojmg_fi��QBk���J.r.  Church,  are in  the process  of staging  a  spring carnival.  In the past the group has assisted  community organizations such as the  Sechelt and District Retarded .Association and the Gibsons Athletic Association  and now feel they would like to assist  the United Church with its local pro-  gramr..   All   proceeds   from   the   carnival  i  ^COMPLE  ACCESSORIES  -Sunshine Coast Highwoy, Box 397, Phone 886-7411,  and put it back, but you don't experience,  anything!  Signed  (Angela PecU'ini)  And   another:  Lettuce  Coo* Bee   Ceo:  ;~^��^haU^  (i class, as we prepare to raise money for  our forthcoming trip to the lower mainland, tho Fraser Valley and tho-Frttser  Canyon, We will travel through many  towns, going as far us Hell's Gate, We  will meet many interesting people und  see many interesting places as ,wc see  thlngS"*l'rom��a��television"Stalion-and*" airport, lp a mink farm unci fruit and voge-  will go to this,  Plans so far consist of a photo booth;  games; bake sale; novelties and a pony  ride for small children. The date is set  for May 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at  the," church,       ��� ��� < >,   ���  ��� ��� ���  r  ^flffJIIlIIJJJJIJfJJMIfJfJJiUJMM  \ ELSON S GLASS  j-fJUslD-JiEIAlLU���^^SS-A^OvMIR^O^S^UT^Fp-S  Specializing   , in  Aluminum  Windows  1 \7,..,��wMf. _ ,  ___,���     Doors���!_.  I  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURDAYS  NOW OPEN AT  ... ...v.  ��   ? 177? "^yngaert Road, (aibsonis  Phone. 886-7359  i  w/zr/xT/r/r///^^^  Free fish derby  set this weekend  . At',FJTtEE wtrout1���clor|3y���usponHorccI���by,v,tho(>  " 'Sib-sonn' Wildlife -Club, will be held at  able proving pli.nl.  It's really  going   i?u'by  ��nd "Saginaw Lakes May  7  from  o"bo"["iiii as we'll as educational.   "    "    down lo .* p,m,        ���-������-��� ��� -        ���   ���������  Welgh-ln  silo   I'or   tho  derby,   which  ^;02'2i^SX'^  4Miih!��fi  Wc will be slooplng ln a gigantic hay  bann I'or two or throe days or else bu-  Ing billeted,  W,o, have threu main money making  projects, One is a raffle j this raffle- 'haw  thi'oo prlzof., flrnW-a1 tape recorder; koc-  h��H been an annual evunt of the local  club, will bo at Ruby Lane, Tho Hoy  Malyoa Memorial trophy will bo prosonl-  '���cd to the-angler who catches tho largest  .fish',.-  ...'..���'.. ���     , ��� ���    ��� --,   ������  Tho   derby  Ih   open   to  anyone   who  wants to fako part In it���there aro  no  *pntr^;;fcoj?^  northern' owl'1'of "ilio' p'onlnHiila "ancl "if '  little, patlonco,    ,   '  ���;      >    ������������������������   A ''brlng-you-own" barboouu will bo  hold1 f��Uowjing( tlio dorby, sometime aftor  3 p.m.     V  uy Direct from the Mill  ft-i$v*w��Af*s*A��*��tM^w*^  Cut all sizes, timber planks-  random length .^^���..s���-^-i���  2x6 construction grade,  .p.lTIi  -. $ >^s&W*-ft*i<">s*,>W iWiWi  30  PRE-CUT HOMES      3 Bedroom  11*8 sq.  ft.  All lumber N.H.A, accepted.  Complete packago7.... 1......'.."  Dph'yorcd to your Jot ajnywhoro on the. Sunshine Coast.,.,.  rest home  Number two and btr.  boyol siding 7   p.m.  Surrey  5  210 lb. roofing sq. butt���  colours    .. .���, tEHq^S  VALLEYMILLS  '?81'$*Rob'son*Str*""^^  TENTATIVE"plnm.' tor ii 100-kuohI 'rout  o��ro . homo   woro ��� put   before   oovtnull  ln��l,!1���,wook���ib^,itJ����iE1   Whllo  of   Ct"''rJ'"H ,  "WokIIhIi Mdi. on be'lmlf of lho,company'n  iOllont, Mr, ,Uo/,untalH,  ;Tho homo, jo Jw Jpv��)u.y.iL Ukl Wyn-  uaorl - ^ohflbjJ\oa(Liii'ija7woii)cLhavu a ���  Hlnlf ol holwoon 25 unci 30 pornoiiH, It  would ta��,"n'",:ono",,H'.ovey:"buHUnB'':'wltli u"  banomOni, '   ''  Wrlllnit on boliull' of <hla ollont, Mr,  WliHo wrote, "|')1h ��ppom;n lo bo a vory  hioi'llorlouH, i|!>ro,|uut, .e.Mixiulally in Ihln  ���nven, ancl It would provide employment  an liulluuiQci. My �� 11 o, n t now oporatoH  two ivhI  care hoini)H In Vanoouvor antl   Diu'iu��lMy,-��iuUlH-woll-flt",Qil-to��Uulkl-H��ul,U  oporalo one In U.Ih aron, wlioro ho now  "'   Cotuiollwlll t urn i ho priipofiai OVtVi'  In lho vllliii'n plnniiiM'n fur ret'oninuJinlnt-  uiih iiikI -.���oiinld.,nilluii,  Ir* w1i!ifc��H'i^rt**t.  IRON  iSWii*#������KlWsisii����i*i*  1>  PENINSULA  ORHAMENTAL  WORKS LTD!  Specialists in Wrought Iron Rai  ' .. and" Fire Screens***7��� .  TWT-  ,' ��������  ����f*Wl(*^miht��..HMfy  ,Thoy  Did Tholr, Bid  for   Ecology  riiicHe yomiKBtars, l'roin ('Jlbnona Klu-.   wook by* clcnnliiR  up    around llio ,'ry .    ,.  ntiiutm'y.,School,  did  their  bit for n HOhool yurd^us well m nlon^ Norll*-- linul Qimi'iy, jUlclim'  ^i^\o'gylb\V��Uvft:Satuv,d'u'y-.oC^lcUU��^^^  Vcrhulst, , ltodrliio   CmnpoHiuii),  d Chulllur,.u|wl.  i��y(��-**nr"  Jwjwa^f'rtSJpJiH ii��H(��m  CARD & GIFT SHOP-  i Wharf Road . Socholt ��� BD5.9066  p;o. box in   v I  Hallmark'Coutl*.' cordi  ond   wrapplngl.  Pino   Enpll��h   china, cupi  and   naiiccrri,  :jJ)oMliqM<e |tcm��,>focal'orrlm pnlnHno>i  *��,W,,.,l,W.tiMWIW.W*WI.**mww��iW)l��tl>WllWW.l^lM4,'��  ^  PATIOS  ��-^INTEIllORrSTAIRS-  ^  SUIM  DECK  EXTERIOR-STAIRS-  mfatftywm  wmmmmm  Prod E&ilmato WW ATo Obligation  T"i.7"~.t;t; "T'rrr'^M.mS,-|-,y;l~;7riN,ir rnimTM"- ������;,- rramaarai tw *rr itrvviiitmriaiiiVar^T"  886-7029  GIBSONS  8867220  sM.  886-7056  <3|BSONS  ,r.��,,,.  _*_______a_mma_��__um_____u_^  i M *  /  7  V��u��.'  ./'  \ \  Wednesdoy, Moy 3, 19?2 The Peninsula Time*  *age-R��i-  _i   " 111 'r''"' '.''.'��� 11111 ]. 7 ��� v,s  j 7_   *^. y.yyyy  'y\.:'\'<<''l<___K  _\.  ^jWrrtdH*"***^ AMHSWKMWr ,  *^i*J(&ialll;*,1,i!!l��s��-"  att'Jws**& *^-.,  v_^_.,  (From Port Mellon right through  to Egm��  2;'!/^ ������*.���-"    "*��� ���'  ���v* ���  _��W -*��s5* -v_, *,  Girls  Take  to the  Diamonds  While' the Gibsons Athletic Associa- tered in competition. Last Sunday the  tion's  organized ball league in the girls took to the local diaP^ondS ;to  Tillage drew httri^  will be* quite a few girls' teams en- forthcoming schedule.  *ome~WJQmen*_lCL0���..9.._~.m..- ��� ;  , ���  Gibsons ball leagues  involve over 250 players  PUT together eight boys' teams; five  "" girls' .teams, and one women's team,  and you have well over 250 players tak  ing part in the local Softball and basetocrtt-  leagues supported by the Gibsons Athle-  lic Association and sponsored by various  local businesses. That is a lot of ball  players, especially when one considers  the size of Gibsons.  Around 80 girls, ages ranging from  nine to 14 comprise the'five teams which  include   three   from   Gibsons,   one' from  TftJWVls  Creek and  one  from  Langdale:  The   Gitosons   women's   team   expect   to  play'other   teams  from  such  places   as  Squamish and Sechelt as well as ..squads ���  from district schools,   ,.,Coa.ch.es .and.assistants,arcM\\},..needed,.  offering   their  timo  is  asked   to  contact  Irene at .886-2561, The, girls',schedule calls   I'or most games to be played on Satur-  '. clays.  The   184   boys   aro   divided   into .six  Gibsons'teams'in the Pinto league, with  ���two��-Bronco**teams����made~up-��'Ol7.��oldeiv.,,  youngsters, There in also one team from  Port Mellon. The boys' .schedulef calls for  games on Wednesdays arid Saturdays,  with Use of playing fields at Elphijistone,  -Secondai*y--Behoelf��-G4bsoHS���Elemen-t&iiy--  Sch'ool and Brothers'-Memorial Park. ,  Those interested in helping the. boys  out are asked to contact Eric Schmid-;  bauer at 886-2918. ..,'..  Both leagues are looking f6r. umpires  and sponsors: Any assistance in,: helpihg  to officiate at the games ,; would', .be  greatly received, by .I^eyin Murpfty7 at  ftftft.oaftO   ___ _ mprphnrit w businessman  PLY BY SELLING  Q+f,       t. i>���-   J,      m'Ai"^-''   kJvtr ���*- -  willing to sponsor a team at a ..minimal,  fee  is asked  to contact Nancy  DQvt'gJas  at 886-2103, or Shirley Macey at'.886-2840.  The girls' s'of tball' teams get* ifitd ftCtibh1   on Saturday May 6 and the boys' hav.e  ... already ,ycomT*1enc,ed:.as,,,qf1,.lastj: Sa^rday.r,,  around June 6 with the playoffs r.6unded  ..out.by,the end of June..,,,.,, ,.,.,,..,;h..,,.j.,;,,,..:���  Youngsters are presently selling raffle tickets, which will see part of the  proceeds go towards the Gibsons Athletic  Association projects, Main prize ;is an  4.all-expense���-trip,t,lo...,tho.B.wor.ld,wSQi,lps,.J.or*  $1,000 In cash.  &  TO THE  > <    ���ii t       ���  OR EXAMPLE  ,I,_I,LUU..L-1JIUJULWJ1>I|.^^WI^.II.I��U,II_.UL..UUM.IWJIJ. ll   * ' r '('.HI" 'nam   '.'    *������  ".'^  ''"V"  " ��� v  '     'WBM ' *    ' '  Gibsons council brieis  Kinsmen serve notice  to improve Dougal Park  AFTER several years of whnV tho Klnis-  men Club of Gibsons nnd District  termed, ^Inactivity', ,. tho ({roup mndo  known Its plnns to ylltoRo council that It  was intorostod in innlUn.; lmprovom��wtfl  to, PoukiU ft.% ..,���.. .,.���..., .���,.   Tho InlonUonn woro submitted throunh  n  lottor to council,  wllh nn  addendum  being to develop the park for tho use of  all district residents.  .Another .lottpr   from , George ,Bosor,  Pnrk I'loud, asked that council consider  paving tho road or constructing a turn  ���nrouind,,i4.tl., tlio, ptu'k, whtcl^ wou'^'kcop  tho heavy trafflo nw��y from liln liousu,  'Wo don't mind our driveway being  .HtaUntfp'J'wo-^  cjoncroato   proposnls   for   yonr  approval, mnd Just lo tho park, knowing tho trnWIc  liowovor,- aro. notifying you v\.A\\\. tlino must go on 70 yards to turn, around/' tjio  ol1 our  flonornl lnluni." Tho  lollor  was |tj|tor conoludod. Mayor Wnltor Potorson  I'opwiu'clocl' niniiily to" find'out If council commented that tho Idon, "vvari n good  ��� momborn htirt'ony objections or��� other one,'";    '      .���-...,'          ���  plnnw for tho park, Another  oomplnint  of hurnlne  aor-  Tho  mnttor of tho  tennis court  nt )mfiQ U| n local npni'lmont building "whh  Dougal ��� Park v/flfl brought up ul �� pro*   heard, Council-will wi'lto tho owh'Pf<" Ifi-  ^v)ous*"councU"meetlri8*when,.ropVefio^  .    .Won of. tho. aib/ions Ailhlullo Aijnoolullon   Icctloix Horvlflo���l,,,,n��,1 burning ,}. .vary nn-v  nuked counoll'fl nwlnlnnoo In rovnmp nfl   honlthy," ���     ��� _<���,'?  llio courts find gutting n ��o,od loniilH club  b'rtak  Into opondlon,  Aldormnn' Charles  Manrlolknu' pointed out that the matter  wnn )jolnH looked Into, Prlcen have boon  "   ohlnlnud on foneing but nn yot tho vll-  Inflo  haft not 'rooolvorl  n quote' on  re- ���  iiurfndnK tho plnylng nron.        ,��� ,  TctMlunu? w,/vh (i|)pointed counoll's mdnv   Uojutt^ h��^ot?aiM_HWU��]_lI*J^^  lopmont Hoard, at tho raqucut of J, 11,  'Drummond. honrd floorotnry,   >  wwj^j^l^^,|^|i��^^^l^^4��n(j^j __��-nf_e^iiber*��-<t)  repr<Montln��[~tho��fcViW'lons-..oreunlz/^lo|},,J<,,,,  ���In Iho , e-wmunlly, |ho main objective  t^m^^l��JI^WW>)B��^��Wl^.iUl  BY SELLING 45 NEW   :OR '      : :   A Cassete Recorder or Record Player  By selling 30 new subscriptions  ���';';��������� or":  Transistor or Clock Radios  ...   : ���.,..��� ���.-,....... i  ,  From 5 new subscriptions up  i  OR  nWf'T.U't^y.  _____*     , Mfkmmw  !: _ < HU  Wi-.����.^*W!HfcW���.H*^^W*  r^wwft����wwww#^w*��  W#f##����BiWMWW^*>W)WW��W^  ft^l<l��lil>M^MlUW'tWJlWl>lW)��UWi��WW  _fiiiiniininiiiiffiiiiiiPini!T!i)iP!!iiiiini!iiK,  RADIO & TELEVISION  "idoalersrfor:  WVf 9^9flrf4M^mf9nfl^49Pt^99l. #*ff fl" I  |tw*fw^pi*^i3^^i^��JI>  <w#*i^��K(*�� v^4^it^^iB^iiiii/^>i^im��im. ��wMH��i!)itM��^iWW,*tn  Rods and Reels - Camping Equipment  Soccer Balls - Baseball Gloves, Etc.  From as low as 3_i\ew subscriptions   OR ���  ,,1111       q   'i|>    .      II. .     I  NAME YOUR PRIZE ANP WE WIU TEH YOU  Ij^tyw^w^^^v^V-r  ���w*wwwm  mm JACKETS  NYGREN SALES  FLEETWOOD  TUJMiRArnPHiaps  rf nN f W  / RYERYTHINQ fQR  HOMEENTERTAINMEHT  .     'V  'fl  ,'*  ^lW^^*^*'"��MW^^^H'��t*i^*��l^||^^^��,||^JW��)W_1)t.  DON'T   DELAY-PHONE TODAY.  ,'*%'^*l|"'T"*l'r*v"|i"1'1"11"" F"..yff,v��i"��"w*it��^<itir,*"'i'|Tai'"t'*'*' "������"������*<*,���""���-��� " ' ���-- - - '  HOW MANY SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE NEEDED.  JUL  i��^w*w**t*(  ��������f ^^���������, >��� m-w��j��  ^mfprnm^mJ.*.  m<..*ml*<in,m*mt.,m,\���t  v*<fr H'^ftWww f,m9mi0m,-f^m4\l  GIBSONS 886-2121   PH" '  7)���~  e l^enirtdvLla...  tiU��Uu_:>_.Uj TIWlf'.TllWlili'W Nliy.1*", HM"! H,__iViJinJI'",'  wmmmmtttutMwtitttmmitttMi*  CONTEST  CLOSES  ���i��, ��� hi  ���%___*  >MWWHff^Wlfl^y<<W^^  ��.lti/tfL' ���������_��,  \ '        71       S , ,        '       ''  ____w*____HI<_____MW____["i4 __ntt "fWH*^*_r^ _r_i '_P*"' _T^t'____."' ___*"_f_\���woif^'wt* _y Hi^fit,.^titM��tw*^ii*fMitrt'*wi**4�����iniw^Ji��^rtiM*fc^-___iU^<f-MK___*����-aj ^Hx-Miti____���__��� __���_��__��� _._*���________]  SECHELT 885"VG51'   mms/sw^^  *      i ... '     i *    .  \ ,\-v\-i-' 7<"i ������*������ V1.).t.��,j ���."Ss-tSr  \  To_St.Mary's._._. N  ,   '  ~     ."'�����" ' ���   '  Pender Harbour Auxiliary  approaches 35th birthday  Thank-You  Receiving one of the lovely yellow Mary's Hospital Board of Trustees,  carnation and. pttrple ribbon corsages Lion mobiles and purple and gold  "from Mrs. H. (Jray, Lions Lacly, Hose    decorations    spelled out  Rodway was one of 38 Lions and  their ladies who attended last week's  appreciation    tea arranged    by; St.  a sincere  "Thank-You'Lions". Equipping the  Physiotherapy ward was a Lions  project.  Sechelt News Notes  MRS.   Frank   Walker   from   Sechelt   and^  her sister Mrs. A. Horner of Tacoma'  are off for a visit to Armstrong.  The weekend of the 22nd, 14 of the  Intermediate students from the Indian  Residence were taken on an outing to  Harrison Hot Springs where they spent  the day. Mr. Jim Miller, supervisor at  the school drove the school bus, Mr. Jimmy Dixon and wife Sandy went along  by car with Mrs. Sue Miller and daughter Karen.  Miss  Rena Wilson; supervisor for the  Junior  Girls  and Miss  Yvonne   Percher,  intermediate  supervisor  for   the   Sechelt  Hesidential   School   both, returned   from,  holidays in Hawaii.  Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and Mary Gordon  enjoyed three weeks of terrific weather  in Hawaii along with their friends from  Burquitlam, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jordan.  While there they spent some time  with.Mr and Mrs. Jack Mayne who Will  return  home  on  May  3rd.   Mr.  Mayne's  youngest sister and her husband,. Mr. ana  Mrs. All' Shaw of Vancouver, were their  -tra.V4elliftg-4compaH-ions,-44-���-���.������ ���  ������by  Peggy  Connor  be  in   the   lounge _seemed   to   enjoy   the  evening's fun too.  LIONS CLUB  The Lions Club of Sechelt have  through their various functions; Mayday  activities, pancake breakfasts, fashion  shows etc.  raised a good deal of money.  '.Their main goal has been to equip the  physiotherapy department for St. Mary's  Hospital and indeed they have done well  in this regard. How they have equipped  this department was displayed to them  on Thursday April 27th when the St.  Mary's Hospital Board honored 40 Lions  and their ladies.'  "'"' There were cbrsages for the ladies.  Mr. John Lewis, physiotherapist explained the function of each piece of equipment. Mr. Douglas, chairmaa for the  board, addressed the gathering telling  them  what  their organization  has  prov-  . ided   for   this   active   department   of   the  Hospital.   Coffee���and���r-efeeshments \vet--e--senv-ed-  in the cafeteria where Mrs. Donlon had  drawn excellent pictures of two lions,  and  THIRTY-five year bid in May, Pender  Harb.our Auxiliary to St. Mary's ^Hospital has (.hronicied its interesting history  and the events which led to its formation in  1937.  - The following article was compiled by  Canon Rev.. Alan Greene, Mrs. Els a  Warden, Mrs. Lou vain Lee, Mrs. Winni-  fred_ Course, Mrs. Jakie Qonnelly, Mrs. . ���  Ruth Nield, and written by Mrs. , Mrs.  Jean Paterson.  In   1929,   Pender   Harbour   community  met  with   Rev' John  Antle  of  Columbia'  Coast Mission and jointly agreed to sta-   .  tion a hospital here.  The -first" hospital was to have been  brought over from O'Brien Bay and  consisted of three house floats intended  to be-altered .into ajive. bed hospital.  These were wrecked while being towed .  in Johnston Strait in a storm July 1929.  Perhaps this was an "Act .of. God"  as monies were gathered and a newly  constructed hospital was built by the  generosity of the people in late 1*929-30,  start of depresssion years.  The new hospital was opened August  16th/ 1930 when a Canadian Pacific  steamship, Princess Patricia, brought 200  people from Vancouver, to the official  opening.  In those, days the hospital operated  under a doctor, two nurses, one orderly  and   one  cook.  Rev. John Antle retired in 1936, when  Canon Alan Greene, who presently res-  dies in Halfmoon Bay, took" over his  duties.  In May 1937, a doctor in residence  asked the ladies of Pender Harbour to  form a "Ladies Aid" to St. Mary's Hospital, which the'y did with the assistance  of Rev. Greene, making Mrs. Dan Cameron the president. Charter members still  living in the area are, Mrs. C. Harper  who was a teacher at Irvine's Landing,  Mrs. J. Duncan, Mrs. Reid and Mrs. N.  Klein.  Recorded in the Minutes Book are the  fees which were 25c to join and 10jc for-  each meeting. Members met in theJHqs-.  pital, later in the Nurses residence and  odd meetings were held in their homes,  second Wednesday of each month, occasionally in the afternoon and some evenings  when  the  men  attended.  These hard working ladies held bazaars, whist drives, dances and raffles and  with donations made a profit of $14 the  lirst  year. ; '  The}* raised money to buy lumber to  -huiki���poi'ches,   ma-ke���t&paw-s,���bought;���a-  tral'for  all  residents  on   the   Peninsula.  This did not stop the Pender Harbour  Auxiliary ladies, not for a moment. More  reads were constructed, more people-  moved to'this vast area, along with enthusiastic lad-ies'who now travel 38 miles  or more by car from Earl's Cove and  Pender .Harbour to Sechelt, to give a  . helping  hand. . ���  These members h e 1 p in the Thrift  Shop which brings in a good, sum for  the comforts of the patients. Volunteer  workers put in many hours a month  at the hospital, helping to entertain the  patients and serve in the Gift Shop.  P'ishing Derbies and the Fall Fair are  among   fund  raising   projects.  The membership has now reached 60,  with 3 life members, Mrs. Dan" Cameron;  Mrs. R. SHar"^"and_Hf"s. E. Warden who  is still very active-in the Auxiliary.  Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month in the Legion Hall,  Madeira Park at 1:30 p.m.   The   forthcoming     meeting,   Wednes-  The  first    St.   Mary's  Garden Bay stands waiting for "The  dedication and official dpening on  August 16th, 1930 while proud mem-  Hospital*1 Opening  Hospital  at    bers of the community await the ar-  rIv^"ofThe"Fnncess Tatricla^which"  brought 200. people from Vancouver  for the ceremony.  PARTY  ^** The party on Friday April 28th at the  extended care lounge of St. Mary's Hospital was hosted by the Gibsons Auxiliary  to St. Mary's. The celebration honored  Mrs. Nygren, from Gibsons, birthday.  Dressed charmingly in mulberry colored  wool, a lovely background for her beautiful corsage of orchids.  "When- patients can't get home to enjoy life as they knew it with friends-  dropping in and having fun, then the  next best thing is lo bring the home to  the hospital. This is what happened at  Mrs. Nygren's party ancl she enjoyed  every moment. Three of Mrft. Nygren's  sons and'one of her daughters attending  with their families 'wore: Miss Elsie,,Nygren from Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. ,Wal-  .-Iqi. an4-���4wi> Nygren, with Rutwell-Billy-  Wally, Kyle, Naomi, Eric, and Nina. Mr.  ancl Mrs, Morris and Nancy Nygren and  Karla, Dunny and John, unable to come  was their duughtoi. Robin. Mr. ancl Mrs.  Bob  ancl   Shirley  Nygren  from  Madeira  ^���.-l'ark,.rNe|3liew!Roy."��nd\-'h|s--wife-."Lenore  his   muit  with  a  slstcr-ln-taw   Mrs.  Ka-  replic"  p-^ers hung -&om-^lte-lamps^^s^drl)gH^ingH;  cyrtain*?,  linoleum,  and"  day. May 10th in the Community Hall,  Madeira Park marks the 35th year of  service to St., Mary's. Hospital. Pender  Harbour Auxiliary is the oldest,Auxiliary  on  the  Peninsula.  To mark this great occasion, the Auxiliary is holding a 35th aniversary tea  combining it with a friendship lea. Invitations have been extended tp many  guests, all the Auxiliaries to^Sx. Mary's  Hospital and a hearty welcome. is open  to everyone to come ana meet old and  "new friends. On^displ^y will be write-  ups and photos \Qt#t have been gathered  together, telling the story of how St.  Mary's Hospital was started and the Aux-  - iliary formed. -  Your health  MANY Canadians are aware that if they  eat foods low in cholesterol they may  retard the process of hardening of the  .. arteries and ..^reduce.., their risk of heart  attack and stroke. But few know what  cholesterol is and what it does. Cholesterol  is not all bad. In proper amounts, it is  in fact involved in a number of functions vital to "body health, says the B.C.  Heart Foundation.  A   fat-like   chemical   substance,   chol-  ���esterol���is  found���in  evei-y^li-ving���animat-  cell, reaching its highest concentration in  the cells  of the central  nervous system.  Not   all  of  its  roles  are   clear,  but  this  Guests  Pictured on the balcony of St. Mary's    Francis Heajhcote who  Hospital, Garden Bay in 1930, is the  Hon.  Randolph    Bruce���then Lieut.  ''GoveFnor^rBTCrwnoofficiallyToperP  ed the hospital and Archdeacon Sir  read the  service of dedication,- accompanied  by two members of the clergy on  'tJae'Trigfitr ','""v"   '���"""  of lions.  MISLEADING  When one reads of the "unpaved  roads" of Sechelt in Vancouver weekend  magazine as well as other untruths about  the area puts, doubt in the minds of the  reader as to the authenticity of the whole  article. Would those "old men with  their newspapers sit rocking on other-  ���wiK^--^�����ei4M*��l���siw*eti^-^  rest of us can see them? ���'  COOPER'S   GREEN  This is the incubation period I'or the  picnic park site "Cooper's Green" the  seed has been planted ancl we are just  watching to see what, develops. If you are  ' concerned  about  this  beautiful  spot,  being lost as a park area, write'' your MLA  ���Mrs,  Isabel���Dawson ui���Minister  ui' Rec--  reution Honorable K. Kiernan.  equipment of all kinds for the hospital.  During the 20 years between 1947-57,  the  Auxiliary  raised $20,000.  In the -late 50's the Auxiliary held  their meetings in the Clubhouse at Garden Bay, where Mr. Frank Ball who lived  alongside, had the clubhouse fires going  for the meeting. In return Mr. Ball was  served tea, sandwiches and cakes fqr  his kindness. Thev held bake sales and  teas and if they made:.$'100, that was a  real  accomplishment.  The hardship at. that time was to  carry their fancy iced cakes ancl needlework -safely to the clubhouse, in open  boa.s, as almost without fail il was raining and low tide, ancl they had to transport their goodies up those steep ramps.  Capt. 'R. Jermaine came to their aid  -tmxl���travelled���lu all���tlie���wharvua, _>a-  thering them up in his boat. Mr. Red  Niicholson ' took over from , Capt. Jermaine, using his water taxi, followed by  Mr. Ray Phillips with the school boat.  Water travel was necessary as there were  trina Nygren from -Wilcox, Saskatchewan  who is visiting with thorn.  The music supplied by Bob ancl'Morris and Roy, Mrs, Clara Nygren bukeel tho  rnki. and,,decorated ll beautifully,  POTLATCH  Last weekend was a real Pollatch for  the 14 intermediate boys from the Resi-  donliai .School when.;.they,with..Mr,s, Miliar we're guests on board lhe ''L'qro],;..;,,, J."  'wTiinn'umie Dixon for their skipper. They  left the dock at 8,in,the morning arriving  back just at dark, -Many  of these  boys  come   from   the  interior  of   B,C,   which  makes a jaunt on lho water extra special.  Sechelt   side    of   the   Skooku'mchuck  ���<w.MrH....Glurla>,4.tyl^^  lug girls who performed the Highland i-Iuiiih'und u.YhIoi'h over u cumpflro. They  I'M Inn und lho Sword Dance in u delight- '.m'$>1 M pounds of cod, this wan Sun-  fill manner, The glrKn'ir from'" 'Olb'Ko'h'H,''*"" f'11|y,��*' cllivnor.- ��� Hair-'��"'(loKon dogfish nclclod '  were'Colleen Uw'ipn, Molanlo Muhlnuui! l"' llu" oxellenienl, Thu villain of our  Lorihi Boyd, Goruldlne l-'ylun unci Lynn wjiloris the dogfish iluim add Hoinolhlng lo  Wliuolor. Tlione young lucilen ulno uhhIhI- " Ashing li'lp If not seen before,  ed IIio'uui'ho by hiking around the lusty Willi  lho lido  tunning  oul   lho  Lor-  gouclkis lo- U,io .pationt'H wherwoi'onrdnir r<,,llu J| l'1'1" lllu Skooluimchuck und ,dld  ,lhu,r party. The putlonLs \yho were ublo to    ,,l�� o.voh,'over, bulge) oul, then. There was  =^^^i^^^-__^i-__j_... - - -    snow up In NiutOwh lnlot thut'd'uy right.  |"4-��........miai^mi^_^___^__^__amjnnJimiraii,1-,,riil,-^    down   to   lho   w'uloi'H   edge   but   I'or   the  1  ���      ������*-������-������.�����_   ���-i?  -������>��� 1    ''l!fi.Lo.Lllia���.dHyJ.h�����flun,Hhoue. The lntor-.,4,  I IDhInFI I Af_.nlf-.fV        I > ���nudltitu ulucloulu unci��4liolr   nuporvlt-.or  |        IftflNLJ LAHUmU I    Mr, Miller wIhIi to convoy lho niont Mpoe-  lul' kind of'thunkH io J7C. .Joe for IiIh   '  UlndnoHH In kitting them utio bin bout lho  'LniToltu J/' und to Jnlmlo-Dixon Tor being Hlilppor for lho day,  .WELCOME (,1'' .,, .���,.,' ���  Now  reiiidonii. in Hudu.il  uru Ciuorgb  und Honle Kldnw, und tholr Iwo children  no "roads 'fronts  -Peninsaln^tO'���^prtlcm"^Bajr The'  laclios rrho hnr,v "1o"  chemical is known to be essential to the  proper architecture of the cell membrane. As such it presumably plays a key  role in regulating what gets in and out  of the cell. It is also the forerunner of a  number of other agents including the sex  and adrenal hormones.  What makes cholesterol such a potential biological bugaboo, says the B.C.  Heart Foundation, is that an excess  .amount of.il it) the H3lood^iTg$r-tivc'i''ea:se "���  susceptibility lo heart attack. There's a  lot of evidence that when there is an  excess of cholesterol it piles up in the  Coronary arteries (along with other fatty  substances) and can reduce or shut off  blood flow ,to the heart muscle; Result:  heart attack.  Cholesterol   is, present     in     varying.  ���anwu^-s-jifl-fcjQdft-ef animal-origin-(egga7���  meat,   poultry   and   dairy, products)   and  in  sea food,  Egg yolks,  fish roe, Shell-  ���fish. (lobster,   shrimp,,.crabs,, clams , and   oysters) and organ meats (brains, sweetbreads, kidney and liver) are particularly  Floating Hospital  Intended to be the first St. Mary's  Hospital, these float-houses which  are pictured at O'Brian Bay were  wrecked in a storm while being  towed in Johnston, Strait.  _SUI1I1_U11IUIII1IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUUUIUIIIIU1UI1U__J  were so appreciative of  these contributions. .-������----���    -.���.......4        .....,..-.       - -   With it all, there was a grout feeling  of fellowship unci satisfaction, us thoy  worked together for the hejp und comfort  of  the  put lon Us  which 'has  always  boon  yV'tixi'liiiXiMb's?"     '*"  In 1050, the hospital wus having clil'-  fk'idt, tlme.v Columplu, Const Mission, the  Hospital Society nnd members, decided  II wus time lo ��� relocate the hospital,  Willi tho uH.si.sluneo of Lew liompsill,  un engineer ut Port Mellon, the hospital  The body also makes cholesterol but  th,e amount.made apparently depends on  the kinds of fat wo eat, Ariimaroi-'"saturated . fats tend to increase cholesterol  levels ln the blood, Presumably thoy spur  the liver tp manufacture more of it, Polyunsaturated fats (such us those found in  "cornwollrcoltonseod*oll^^soybWo^6^'^aTlrd,'"  HunfJowou oil) lend lo docreuso cholesterol  .levels,. ���,.iif ..,..................    ,.,.., ,....  Knowing that, choloslorol���futly in  feel unci poarlly In color���Is neither all  good nor all bud, but somowhoro ln between,   should   encourugo   Cunudluns   to  wus  robC.111  u.t, Its  present. JpcHlion the modlfy^their   diets   so' that   Intake   of  IRVINES LANDING  , ' \CAF_7-r  property,���bping. donated  by  the Socholt,  Indian Bund," thus making It more eon-  piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii  __\\  cholesterol 'Is  kept  within  duo  bounds,  'thd'B.C. Heart Foundation concludes.  BERNlEfS  SUPERMARKET ^TD.  formerly ��&M  Complete  Line  of   Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 ami ��� 10:00 p.m.  Bornio and Pat Sljalagan  Hwy; 101  ���Phone-885-9414  7iiiiiiiiiiinniiiHiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiini  Shoes Spoiling Your  Game? .  Then get  refitted  by the    Our   business  is  SHOES"  UNCLE MICK'S  In The Trail  Bay Centre  I  wm-.w)_ wpwmuiw. y.'W'  *fl**it^^"ra����ire*fltwj����"*t?~rif��W��^^ 1  Wook End Hours  FIMPAY 4 p.m.���11 p.m.  ��SATvURDAY'^.-��-wi7-wa.iTit----l.|��.pinri��-  SUNDAY       7. a.m.���11 p.m.  I,...-,  (Lic'uiibiKl Prun.lfaos-.) ,....,,.,..,...,...  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Proposed project . . «
Recreation Centre group
submits brief to Board
FOLLOWING 4s a copy of the brief. sub- the small Plebiscite Costs  ;v t-'
mitted last week to the Sunshine Coast Consisting of: . ■'  7  •
Regional  Board   by   the  Sunshine   Coast 1) Prime Land (115 Acres
Recreation   Centre  .Committee'   . approximately):     $115,000.00 Minimum
Reference is made to your letter dat- 2-) Land
ed April 7   1972 Improvements: 35,000.00 Minimum
On behLlf of' the Sunshine Coast Re- T0TAL $150,000.00 Minimum
creation   Centre   Committee,   I   wish   to (e)   As   noted  in   previous  corresRon-
present   to   your   Board   the   following dence,    the    Sunshine    Coast    Regional
Brief in connection with the above sub- Board will soon be the appointed Trustee
ject- matter)™-    -; ——.---■-■—,-:*~y^._  of-said-properties^-There.fore^it'is-iK^dUr-
We, the  above-mentioned  Committee,' view,  timely  now  to  make  all possible
request   the   Sunshine   Coast  Regional and  necessary  arrangements  which will
Board and inconjunction with the Muni- coincide with this agreed upon Policy,
cipality of Gibsons'  Council, to'arrange For your information, this Committee
for a repeat Plebiscite, at your conven- already   is   making   tentative   plans "for
jence^inthe Areas, where we^
ceive  the  requested  60  per  r^nt  "YES  ——
Scots-pine is not native to  Canada.
go- into  more   homes  than
v any   other  newspaper   pro- ■
duced'in this area. "
885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-7244 (Gibsons)
.:,.-,. . Wonderlands-.--;—s.i^i«^.«w;
-Exquisite-orcMds^ .Vdtes    The   Commitlee   reCommends   to
names such as "Moon Glow    make    ene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.    exciude) al this time, Electoral Area "A"
a living corsage for four year old L.  E. Young_jpf Surrey who visJlejL^^je^,^
Valgrie-^oung^4ost in 7thebeau:ty of    the  Sechelt   Garden-dub's  flower -F^;a,y -?t6:-V9TO^-nur--rpqi,P^f^r_ia
these perfect blossoms grown right . show as. guests  of  Pat and  Willie second Plebiscite' and which, we7under-
here on the Sunshine Coast-in the    Takahashi.                   : stand, has been agreed upon by7the De-
_,._._                               ' partment of Municipal Ml airs a|><Victor-
Sprmg display  ,  .  . ia,is based oh the following facts:-'
_                                                                      ,                               . (a) By.law No   63y72 was of tremen-
C««.L«.U     _fm*^mm___Z\_m.m0m     /*^1--1«.       %__ _*__ _2\ _- dous  Public interest and which is-';sub-
becneiL. -oaraen ^iud noias ******** ** *»» 3o.rPer cent «* v^ers
•.;■■• jf     ■ turnout. This is the largest participation
ever   received' oh   the7 StihsHipey1'Co^".t7
■■'■-... L'.7.S'7tl_.'
£ftur.. year, in cash and .kind,, . nasi* ntlver
y''.'ir;^:%^70vy^^yyy^7'':       ■-.■'•-..•. -■- •--.«:-, #•
which formed a* backdrop for the annual
Spring Flower Show and Art Display
presented recently in St. Hilda's Hall,
cent. - ' ./-
(c)   "YES" Votes received   (excluding
f or dolla
Mother's     Day     coming     soon—Get    Area "A") - 58.6 per cent,
something nice from Miss Bee's Card and. (d). Public-owned   Asset   to-date  and
Qn^^.^-i4n-^Gehe.^t^^^en---Gjub^   Gift Sho*>> Wharf Road,'Sechelt. *    at  no cost  to  the_Taxpayer,  excegLJor.
merribers put experience into practice and
the  centre, of  attraction was  the  rock-
. garden  with  waterfall  Which, gave-ithe,,,;
impression that the hajl .must surely have   '
been 'built around it, for it looked so woll
Vying for attention was the exquisite
. u display of, Cynibidlum., orchids'.,frorn.^yil-
' taneh Orchid}., Pratt Road, Gibsons -which  ',
looked too perfect to-be real.
Sweet scented hyacinths and narcissus
filled the room with fragrance making a '':
Qurdcn, Club members.  The  plant salo  „
nnd  flower sale  was  as  usual  a 'gr6a|'7!
«   ', SUCCORS.      ''      ' ','  '"'"'" '"-'■■"'■'■-'■ •'«"-■"--:■.-•.-(..H:,fv::.Wi«.
.   Tho display was ovldonco that thoro......
nro some wonderful gardeners on the
Sunshine Coast and also .some very talented  arllHts  who were responsible for
1 ; tho   paintings,  chosen'    so   carefully;   to ".
,7 blond .with   the   lovely   floral   arrange-"
nienls.  Rev. Dennis  Popple opened  the
popular annual event.
'730u:rs.    .      ,  ' „,    ,       , 7
The   Garden    Club   coinmencod    lis
"•    sorlos or garden  lours wllh  a  visit' to
( Mrs, .fanot Allen's gardqn al Kodroofl's K|
r on Ari-U Kith. Many members and guests
,enjoyed this' beauty spot whore Mrs,
Allen's garden was n profusion of ovor
,,,,....one. hundred varlotloH, of daffodils. Also
In bloom woro Iho colorful polynthlas
and primroses,
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May 3—8 p.m. .St. Hilda's Hall, Sccl-)c|t,Gardcn.Club meeting. ,„ ......
May 3—8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.
May A—8 p.m., Pender Harbour Community Hall, Bingo.
"May 5—10 'a.m.' Unlled Church Hall, Gibsons'. U.CVV, Thrift Sale. r>
May 5—8 p.m.. Socholt Indian Hall, Bingo,
May 6—2 p,m, Socholt Legion Hall, Sonlor Citizens Assn. Spring Tea
and Bazaar,
May 6—2 p.m,  Popdcr Harbour Community  Hall. Community  Club
Spring Bazaar and Cakq Walk. v
May .9—8 p,m, Wilson Crook Community Hall, W.C, Assn.' Regular  -
May 10—2 p.m, Ponder Harbour Community Hall, Hospital Auxiliary
-7Ti - Anniversary and Friendship'Tea; '     ,'7;  ' " 7  '
May  12—2 p.m, St,'Aldan'^ Hall,  Roberts Crook Parents Auxiliary
May 13—10 a,m-12 Noon Wolgh-ln tlmo lor Children's Flehlng Derby
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The Peninsula Times
Wednesday/ May.3, 1972
"/ may be wrongs but I,, shall not be so tyrant; fl.v'^o jail to say what I believe to be right."
..-,-'-■■—  ■•=^J"nHN""AYklNS
Stewart B. Aisoard, Publisher .'_.. D(niGi.AS-CirW']i(;ii.4i.RT-/;W//»r
>^m ,w^M^^y\niiiMyvywwiiwwinniW-*v-^i ^ ._T_-wMT_f ***_n_*-»-ff-n-*--*-*»-*-t^^
iiisj I mill.lo ,il becomes nec.cssiiry to
bri'nt» in legislation. Result is lh;it the
offenders immediately sL.ailx ciyinu. "in-
fiiniii.ieht of lummn righls". The only
ones who dov-not raise u storm are those
who   act—ami—behave—tike—responsible
I._tt__rs to the Editor, are the opinions of readers-,  und  not  necessarily  those  of  The^Times.   A
nom-de-nlimie mil.   be  used for publication,  but all  originals musL-be- signed  by the  writer.
... i ... ■ -       -■    -       ■ N
...roups.of eager and bearded young men
unci women darting enquiring glances at
1.1 lis. that ancl  the other.'whic-h is alright
MAY l-77s Anti-1 .'niter week in- Hiyj-
ish Columbia aii'il as a news release
from the Department of Rccivalion and
Conservation stales "One ot the most
obvious insults to the beauty ol' British
Columbia—rs—lhe ius.ing—btrt-k—ol' lhe
abandoned aulomobile"7"' .
Pndl scTiTnln aTc~Tl u 111 p i n u.
hold  refuse  and
litter has all but been
eliminated wiih establishment, "in- most
areas, of a garbage pick-up service.
Needless to say, there are still a lew who
seek the facilities of the Sunshine Coast
but object to 'paying for utilities. Many
of them have no-objection -for paying.,
for such facilities in North or Wesr Vancouver but expect to get everything on
the cheap over here. Result is that some
refuse dumping still goes on.
Dumping of aiito hi)'dfes'"'Ts""''~s''-"miJ":""
thing else again and should never ha\«6
been permitted to have existed in the
first place. Autos are relatively easy to
trace down to ownership but it would
seem the legal technicalities are such
that it proved, virtually impossible, in
majority of cases. 4to enforce removal.
Should an individual dump an old auto
on private property the police are unable to take, action unless the property
owner registers a complaint. A home
owner is quite free to harbour a number
of such eyesores on his own property
with, apparent, immunity, from legal
The average person has far too
much pride and sense of responsibility
to permit his place of residence to develop into a slum. Unfortunately, all
are not blessed with these virtues. For
this very reason, laws, rules and regulations are brought into being. A potential
situation is carefully watched and providing human beings act in a civilized
manner then many laws remain unnecessary. However, once a few start caus-
people and appreciate just why restrictions are imposed.
At the present time there are a number of hideous auto-body yards scattered
throughout the Sunshine Coast, particularly in the Gibsons areav and in
many cases iri pleasant built-up areas.
Thcv not only devalue adjacent proper-
Hies, but hold back good class residential
developmenr: "
lhe , provincial government has
launched project SAM, an automobile
compactor, designed to travel through-
nut TlTCTprov-irrccr convpacting-amf -remtn^
ing old auto bodies, from designated
places of stockpiling. Unfortunately the
scheme does not go far enough for there
are no means by which an owner of
such a wreck can be forced to remove
the junk from his own private property
or anyone else's providing it is with
the owner's approval.
The solution then would appear a
law, making mandatory, removal of any
no-longer roadworthy motor vehicle to
an   approved  dumping  ground.
To some cxtek the Regional Board
Unique problems
Editor,  The Times
Sir: In his let Her in last week's Peninsula Times, your correspondent, Mr.
K.'V. k.onlhroyd makes some valid poinH-;.
The Elphinstone student in the article
(Coast News) about which Mr. Boothroyd was writing, points to a -dilemma
■ which   laces many  peninsula  residents in
because there is plenty to dart eager
■■lanees at. (No. 1 don't mean Davis r>ay
in the'summer). But he is sorry to notice,
ihal no provision is- made to investigate
lho sex-life of the carrot fly with a view-
in curtailing the depredations of Mheso
active little beasts which bore holes in
mir carrots.
all   age   groups,   particularly   single   people.  The  dearth'of'"good,  clean  reereat- .m..
ionab facilities" is a situation which faces     Appreciate the piCS
eicyjeo ..wr?,   ai   inn tttsi .session'" ol'—lhe'
■new "Varlianient  will bo obligated to pass
the . required    legislation   giving   our   Ca-
.-nadian   Senior   teilitfens' a   basic -pension
of $ir.U  a  month.
Tho welfare of our senior citizens is
the number one election issue today;—
und Ihe "ball.it box" can jiive them a
pension lhat is long overdue. True democracy- al its host thanks lo our Cana-
^      - ■
ihah    :.i.iiior    citi/ens.
Commends speaking out
Editor.   The   Tina's \
Sir: Regarding the "editorial in tbe
Peninsula Times of April 2(i, 1972 ent.il-
led   'Lot's   Legalize   All   Crime',   I   would
■ lerrr;—o'k.  fist—frifrk—ttfKW—+1—wbhou-l—i+w	
much    alaiy.ii.    We    must    be   .concerned,     \
about'   the   spiritual   and   moral   slate   of .-
our    land.   History    has    proven    that    a
country' is  often defeated by decay  from
within   ratheF than   outside" attack.
May the eyes of our leaders be opened
lo Ihe permissive, loose morals that' possess this nation. And they will if we have
inorc editorials' like the one commented
on above. . -
Thank   you
x Pastor,
(slibsons    Pentecostal    Tnhernaele
Easter seals
Editor.  The  Times. 	
most rural communities, and indeed il
would be unrealistic to expect to find
the wide variety of activities which one
usually finds in high density population
areas. The situation on Sunshine Coast,
however, seems -to present unique problems.. _  _  _. ;_7
Using either Mr. Boothroyd's figure
or that of the Elphinstone student, one
might suppose the population sufficient
to support all the facilities proposed,
and rowe—Tlie--popu-lal4on1-4iowev£i:r-CorL-^
sists of at least half a dozen fragmented
communities scattered over fifty miles
of coast. Parochialism is prevalent, and
the various communites can seldom, if
ever, get together over anything. If there
were more support for existing facilities
and had been for the many which have
been tried and have failed through Jack
of support, peninsula residents would
now   have  a  wider   variety  of   activities
from which to choose.
\\ _
I wonder what the student means by
exceptional shows TOKLAT perhaps.
The   only "exceptional, thing   about   this
and Councils have) some control regard- x show was the publicity which was great
ing establishment of auto-wreck yards.
Their powers respecting existing yards
appear to be extremely limited. Therefore, enforced fencing of such unsightly
premises should be included in the bylaws.
Certainly, with national concern for
ecological preservation, rigid legislation
must be enacted. There can. be no nar
tional pride ax long as our beautiful
countryside is to be fouled by the
thoughtless   activities  of  junk  dumpers.
Age  Now Holds   The Cluk
-for the promotors. It was no financial
bonanza for the threatre since the pro-
motors rented the theatre and left with
a take which the theatre would normally
be lucky to make in a month or more.
One exceptional show recently screened
at the theatre, I NEVER SANG FOR MY
FATHER, probably the most underrated
motion picture of 1971 and every bit as
great a tour.de force for Melvyn pouglas
as was PATTON for George C. Scott,
played  to audiences of 30 and  less.
I hope,. however that the writer does
not necessarily eqtaate exceptional (or
best) with latest. Exceptional shows were
pronontod by the Kwahtahmoss Film So^
Editor, The Times,
Sir: On behalf of Gibsons Athletic Association, the Sunshine, Coast Juvenile
Soccer Association, the players, relatives
and friends, may I extend our appreciation to you and Mr. Glen Kilburn for the
excellent coverage given to our recent
soccer day ii7""Gibsons." The pictures and: ~"
reports of the events._ especially of tin-
presentations and awards, was extremely
well covered and we thank you boHi for
aHemling.       _ ■._.__
Also many thanks Tor~cTmTTn"g""out" to
lake team pictiiBes from time to lime,
yoiu' efforts iu this endeavor are really
. Secretary -Treasure r
Political history
Editor, The Times,
Sir-.:  The Canadian Magazine of April
8,  1972 (part of Province weekend issue)
. quotes from The Selling of the President
1968 by Joe McGinnis as follows:
"Politics, in a sense, has  always been  a
Advertising in many ways is a con game,
It   is  not .surprising then  that  politicians,
and  advertising  men  should  have •
discovered one another."
Every election brings out the key
men in the advertising and public relations field and the party with the best
"bagman" gets the cream of the con crop.
These are well known and established
facts pertinent to the democratic process
of electing MPs—right down to the local
Aldermen. -
The Canadian pensioners, the Senior
Citizens of Canada, in a quiet and blood-
less   revolution    are in the   process—of_
like  to  make a  brief   comment.
I appreciated the article because I
loo am. concerned with the moral breakdown of our nation. It is commendable
that a newspaper will speak out against
the most important issue facing our country today, especially when many in the
news   media   seem   to   ignore   this   prob-
Sir: The Sunshine Coast Lions wishes
to thank all those people of the Sunshine Coast who contributed 7so generously to the annual Easter Seal campaign. This year, to date, the club has
received  $1,224.  Our  sincere  thanks.   ,-
Campaign Chairman
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WHILE   Trudeau     is   quite   obviously
running extremely  scared of calling
an election at this time,  his underlings
arc frantically working behind the
scenes by_taldrj^_UjtLe_jmt^L_long last,
to meet some of their constituents. We
have witnessed a typical example recently in this riding. There is no reason to suspect that we are alcfne in this
Perhaps the most revolting line we
might anticipate during coming months
will be the sudden desire to help our
senior citizens. Our fine upstanding and
very humane Liberal MPs, who only a
short while back opposed an NDP motion lhat the senior citizens be granted
a substantial and immediate pension increase, are about to do an incredible
about lace. Apart from two .or three who
made a token gesture. of opposition,
there   w
support lor a M)"<   salary
numerous  side   benefits   for   our
to make such a firm committal.
This   is   no  idle   threat   for   already
more,  than  6,000 members have rallied
to the cause and numbers are increasing daily. Many newspapers across the
country have taken up the cudgel and
are_ giving full support to the aims of
"Pensioners for Action Now".. MPs of
both Conservative and Socialist parties
are giving strong support. Needless to
say, a number of Liberals are already
paying lip service and without doubt,
within the next few weeks we shall see
a switch from buying off radical youth
to "let's sweeten up the pensioners".
It shouldxnow be abundantly clear
that any assurances given by the present regime are worthless. Therefore,,
trust will have to be placed in an entirely
different government and, at this time,
ciety last fall on Sunday afternoons, and
it had been hoped to continue with midweek shows and make available a wider
variety  of  motion  pictures  than can be
found "In usual current programmes. No
profit motive existed, but attendances of
"less than fifty were Insufficient to leave
even a ^ninimal rental for the theatre
after payment of film rentals, so the
Society ' had to discontinue its attempts
to make exceptional motion pictures"
available. In two sessions' of. four films
each, there were only three students
from Elphinstone. Curiously " enough,'
there- were .one or .two more from Pender
It is interesting £$lso to note thai the
Driftwood Players aw;*rd winning production oT^rvpDENLY LAST SUMMER
played to audiences of 40, 80 and 80 at
Gibsons Elementary School. "With such
poor support, it can only be the members', payments out of their own pockets,
a grant from the Arts Council and, most
changing the political scene. They are
writing a new chapter in Canadian "democracy.
It is very simple and direct approach,
_c________tr.iai\r,r.   if   yon   wish,    -"""VCTy   Ca-
Delivery. (immediate affd you're living in
your new home before you know it. There is
a   local   representative   in   your   area   who
knows   the   building   regulations   and   wil
personalize your needs.
nadian   voter  knows  and
our   Senior   Citizens   are
is - aware   that
the   forgotten
Discover for yourself just how easy it is to own a new Beaver
home, (-all us today. It's an investment in yOUr familyVrarare~
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men and women of our rich and prosperous country they helped.to build. It only
stands to reason that every ;voter will
cast his ballot in favor of bur pioneer
citizens. Every candidate in the next
federal election, who has visions of winning, must^say "YES" when the pensioners say "Support us and we will support
you."    • ,
-€anadiafi.5—wHJ-vetc for t-He-ea«di4a4e.-
Serving Canadians
for over 60 years
with confidence
Box 248, Surrey, B.C.
Phone: 522-0611
who has in their opinion the most and
best qualifications to become a good
Member   of   Parliament.   The   committed
the only real alternative is the Conserva
y ";y^vZ™^^^Tlr,w"ic" •^^^-^Xde^.--.;^^
lor a 50 <   salary increase plus    mg as Liberal shows every promise ot.    „„•„„'
seeking a socialist republic and, certain-
working   representatives,   some
month ;■
ly, wc have no robrp. for such oppression
in a free society,
, v..,, There  is Titlle.doubt,  these, people,      7lnH1ge  or  no.. image, .Robert-..Stan-
should have been boolcd out" of office    field has proved himself' a man of inte-
long ago, iheir aelivijies have proved
detriment nl to lhe country and have
been repeatedly publicized by most segments ol' the news media, Yet public
apathy .appears lo reign supreme.
grity and ability, what more can we
ask?' Whnl' stand he and his party will
take on the issue of old age pensioners
we have yet lo learn. To hazard a
guess, we would suggest that upon litis
Perhaps with the help of an Arts
Council Grant and 'a nominal membership fee which would give concessionary
. rates f017a ..torBorTrOfflT^^
be possible to reactivate the Eilm Society*
pext fall. I hope we may look for the
support, of those who can. find nothing to
do oilier than to spend their money ,"n
tbe pubs,
people responsible I'or lhe great growth    servatives. • ,,..    , „.
Poet's Corner
ol' this,.country to call a hall and take
decisive 'iielioi'b "Our"' senior cili/ens.
United under the banner ol' "Pensioners
for Action Now" old age pensioners
from across lhe country are flocking to
join, the ranks ol' an organization which
is eulling tlie 'bluff u( nil political pnrties,
more specifically, Trudeau and his
handwaggon 'consorts.
Whnl lhe senior eiiiwns are sayinp'
'in effect,' is—produco or else. Aliii of
the organization Is to obtain a firm nnd
binding committal by one or other of
the main parties pnimislng^u minimum"
or basic pension of $15') I'Or all (1n-
nndliin senior clil/cns. The organization,
'In i unv.innkcs the promise thai Us ranks
will vote out of office all MPs falling
—Your contribution, are Invited
MY   T II RE 15   WISH'R.S
by'' J.   Bonthanv        *
If  1  htul  throe wlnhos
1 Know what 1 would do,
1 would ,..lvo my Hrst ono to you
To iiialui youV droams como true
My Hoennd one on lho winds I woitdd send
Tu ,trawl far, und w.ldo,  ..     ', ,
In 'hopes that II  would somowhero,find
some brul.un hourl  lo mend,
My 'third wIhIi would bo for mn tdono
Not for powor, 1'umo orwoallh,   '	
Bui for Clud'ii KrualoHi ..ll't to,man,
JuhI, IH.rfi.cit, iihlnliiK health,
Tho Times,
.Sir:.....Through,, tbe medium of your
newspaper we would like lo make tho
following appeal: (1
Help! Please buy n ticket and help
send high school students to Quebec i'or
student, exchange,
Wo'tu'o a Rroup of fourteen Rrndo'olp- .
von fiturlonlR who nro hoping icvj.o to a
school In Quebec, which Is approximately
lho size of ElphlniUono.
PuripR;ovii- hlRlr school years we have
realized' th'n't wo. don't'know much about
our   Fi'onch ■ province,   even 'thouRh   wo
have taken Canada an a subject,
.-, , Wo are hophiR fonfltart a student, oxt-, ,
change project with a school In Quebec,
Our Rroup, Is not financed by the rov-
, o.'nmunljjul, wo. hope lp rooolvoii Rranl
thai would Rive us ono third of our Ira-
vollliiR. cost. Wo must raise if.l.fiOO and
oil tecic
• ' I      I \'    .' I        •'•
by J. BonJhnm
On Mother's Pay nn Rift 1 need
To tollniiH).-1 urn dour,
lniiload Rive mo my loved ones
To cumo from fur and no.ur,
To Rulhor round my humble board
To moot wltli hie lh HWoflf.w-coi'd '
To stay; one Jour*,und Rloi-lnum day
\..\\ I hoy miist unco moro 'ro Itwuy
To,livo lhull1 lives In tholr own way
fiervlnfj (lie area from I'ort Mellon to Rumont    Am nature did Intend,
(Howe Sound to -Jervis Inlet) ■'      Give this *lo mound I wlll'say
The Pmimvh&'^Une*
PuiillNlK.il Wodneftliiyn" Til "Sechelt
on H.C'n Hunshlnb ConM
Powell Klvor News Town Crlor.
-   ,'  (Sechelt Times Ltd,
• nora 10 -•Scchcltr B;C-——"■
iSiihucrlptton Ru|ef.i(Jn lutvimco)
I.ooul, $6 per year, Heyoiul.. mlloH, $7,
U.S.A., p, Oveniciw, $10,
foUowlhR items mudobyTRl'i^^
(Units, namely a oofl'oo fable; lump, wood-
end sulud bowls and ii food hamper,
Tlokots are now on salo und tho win-,
.   nlnR.4lekot,,wlU ,bo drawn May  12th, m
lho bund eontjerl.
Elphinstone VoyuRours Group
.^The Good. LHe.^^^.^^J^.^y...
i•.Editor, .The Times  ,&,
Sir: 'We havo boon  dlscusslnR "OyT-
por.luultles for Youth"  with our  friend
•SIInn SohnlRRlcfrUz.,   -.
Ho huH. dlstlnRiilshed ancestors, One
l'Vfl'haa a noi'tool JVtotlwr.ii Day, '?f7^Snj,' v.™ ,n}. im_!\m£.  ??hnW:
■ fritz, K,B. (KnlRht of the Block) official
"bloclrswrwhor- to"11cnry VlUr Hlrr job-nt-
,00111*1 was to oloan up tho \)\nc\i on. wliloh
Hind* and a' half for overllnie and Sun-
Iri ndvertising space costs alone, tlie taxpayers of this Province have shelled
out some $70f000 so far:..,to sustain the Bennett government's, attack on teachers.
What have you got for your money?
A barrage of half-truths and glib propaganda attempting to prove that education costs in general. .. and teachers/ salaries in particular . , . are out of line.	
What you're not being told is that education's share of the Provincial budget
is actually decroasing - . . that classrooms are desperately overcrowded . . . that
,programs,vital.toa child's learning process,oro being cancelled or curtailed ,„,„.,that!,
the entire school system is being allowed to run down.
Teachers arc taxpayers, too, and,wo resent this misuse of public funds, Even
more, wo resent being made the whipping boys for the government's Ineptitude
for, tackling the crisis In education, ,
residents to the   	
Sunshine Coast
« V'«>«r«hH V'H**«~ft.il».f!-f|.
Now Owners of the
',   ,   ^ECHRlrT)
Sun-coast  Estates  Ltd* -
. ... .....-, ...-     tf**W*^fWW?»5^^ - '
poor Ildnry ^aRROd' opr Then ho found'
mx opportunity for youth by .providing, .
dry hhidlhiR for tho bonfires on'which'
the*titwHer"ffo,"hl«"*»*de|,c»mtBnt»* plvould*b»"~i*
wollquallflotii to JudMop "Oppovtunltles
for Youtlii",''..,.,   7   ,-, i
„'. „. |B«l >. n ly (uj 1 of rll k. .««A^t*.., h.ft. ..<,luoa„.i,iw t.».«(Dia*ln.«*«.
ilia   Hut  many  opportunities  for, actual,-
work,'In ihe words of VI IT, 11 ''Labor
omnlal vlnelj"   which  , moanH    "Thoro'H
nothliVR lllto woi'Ki brothor". lhat Is for.,,
other pcnplo,
,  lie (SchnlRRlcirilz) pny« ho vlminllzOa*.'
The real cost of this campaign isn't to bo measured In dollars and cents. It
'our^cTill^feriV ;       . ,   . - •■
Has it been a wise Investment?
■ ', . ,;  i   i. ■' i' .1 .. , . ' '
23,000 Members represented by Tho i3,C, Teachers' Federation
ikUHl MfctMIHWrft* . I
I   *    I
•*», ■ j>-i^-^i^%>'jftwiaa4)
J20 percenf capacity
Acute care wot & operation
calls for expansion plans
FORTY, or  more 'poop
ai zoning meeting
._ tl?  oppn^itinn  frnrn   a- TPciiiPnt  ivhn   did
cramped     quarters    .....         . .,„
Board, offices for lhe public hearing held
on April _5.th   \vl
by the proposed
■'-Reg-m-Ra-l   •-■    An  area  orr.Easts
.nol-   wish   to   spp , Iht"  two   yen-   properly
Waki-i'ieU-l Inn re '/muni fi'iu-ii
... j oppn/iilcMh,.
\  The Peninsula Tidies       \   Page -€-3.
Wednesday, May 3/ 197_!
vrf*esi(iential   One  to  Con.tnoiJi-ial  Two   lor
the   purpose \>f   luiiWling  a  motel. TDcvvl-
,.     0      ,,,,,. -r, ■ • ,      - ,   m Topers   Mr.   Morgan   Thompson , ami, Mr.
uch gav^ those affected * f.onv Rural   Holding   to  Residential  Two"    Don.Caldwell sa-d  u,cv  \VJ._ •_.ppv,.>;...taec\
amendments to the zon-      which will allow  subdivision. >. ,• .,, ,      ,,.,.,,   7,   ,,. ,   ..-..,. ..      . .■
has   b»en
recommended     for
Bay RoM
RECENT expansion of St. Mary's Hospital   is   still   not   sufficient 4o   satisfy
demands in some areas, members of St.
f   Mary's •Hospital    Society    were    told    at
the annual meeting held on April 24th.
Chairman   of   the   Ro'ard   of   Trustees,
Mr. Don Douglas said that the acute care
ward is already operating at  120 per cent
capacity.       x
Questioned about future expansion,
Mr. Douglas who has been re-elected to
serve a second term as chain-nan of the
Hospital Board Trustees, said tVoat
proved by the members of Ui^ Society.   ,.
Hospital operating costs for 1071 were
$C>0»,fl7» with.7-4 per cent of that figure
paid ont in salaries; 10.8 per cent direct*
patient care; !">.7 \per cent administration; AM per cent physical^ plant; 'i.(i percent food and dietary supplies. Hospital
assets are now approaching the two million   dollar   mark.
ing  bylaw,   an   opportunity   to   be  heard.
Majority of those present were, concerned \v\ith Cooper's Green re-zoning
application ;jnd the other applications
went  through with Utile delay.
..Recommended IY$- approval was the
re-zoning from Industrial One to 'Commercial-One of Highway 101 at Payne-
Road in Uibsonsx Hural 'area. Director
Frank West said that ■■•re-definition of
Industrial One and" Coihmercial "One is
being   considered   which   will   make   the
The property kno-^vn as .the Simpkins
pr-aperty.- on   Davis -Bay - Road- has  -been"
recommended    for- re-zoning—from-  Residential  One io  Residential  Two to permit   a   mobile   home   park   in   thai   area.
Also in Davis Bay, approximately'S3
acres were recommended for re-zoning
from I'esuU'ntial Two to Residential One.
Thi'm was" to "preclude the esfahlishmenl
of tiiobile homes in this area slated for
The oilier application met  with a  lil-
i!i' -;ji■• ;.i'i ,l.\ ■ i ,\\
none of them objected. They gave_assur-
,anee-that the motel would be web designed; Mrs. Chas. Murray who managed
lhe tourist bureau al one time, spoke
of the need for more motel accommodation in the area aud the application was
linally   recommeiuleYl   for   a"f.pro\'a\
conifers,    appeared
years ago.
plants,   including   the
about,    two    hundred
. .-. . 7
Sales & Service
OMC Pa its and Accessories
\ 885-2812     >,.
Sechelt Home Service
Box 636 ,    s
Sunshine Coast  Hwy, '
Sechelt,  B.C.
it  will    '
take one year to formulate plans and it
is hoped jto give details regarding expan-.
sion  at" the  next  annual  meeting. .
A vote of thanks was offered by Canon Minto Swan who commented the
Board on' a satisfactory year. Mr. E. W.
Booth proposed a vote, of thanks to the
medical staff for keeping abreast of med-_
ical services. s-"~"~~~
Serving on the Board of Trustees for
St. Mary's Hospital during the eoming\
"year are: President Mr. D. Douglas, vice-
president Mi\ E. Hensch, treasurer Mr.
E. WV Booth, government appointee Mr.
V. Bracew7ll7
appointee Mr.
unshine Coas
y si ness
regional   hospital   district
Frank West, auxiliary appointee Mrs. M. A. Morgan.
Board member* newly elected to of-:
fice are: Mr. Keith Duffy, Sechelt; Mr.
J. Logan, Middlepoint; Mr. John Hall.
Halfmoon Bay. Incumbent members are:
Mr. G. E. Hopkins, Mr. F. H. Norminton,
Mr: F. W. Leuchte, Mr. H. Hubbs, Mr.
J. R. McSavaney, Mrs. E. Moscrip, admin-,
istrator Mr. A. Wagemakers and board
secretary  Mrs. H.  Gray.
- Asked about withdrawal of the hospital's accreditation in 1971, Mr. Douglas '■
said that there is every reason to, believe that it will be restored in the near
future. Withdrawal of accreditation did
not mean there was any deterioration in
service to the patients. It was mainly
clue to the lack of proper paper-work by
all persons concerned.-This has now been"
corrected and brought up to the standard
Questioned about evacuation procedure of the second floor in case of fire,
a report was read which referred to the
fact that the building is fire resistant
Fire .doors, and/ire walls are incorporated on all flotSrs -of the hospital so that it
is possible to evacuate patients to the
area behind the fire doors, which it is
calculated would give four hours protec-
liun to evacuate"Tratt"enls^
- —Explaining reasons for the proposed
by-law' amendments, board treasurer Mr.
E. W. Booth, said one was due to inflation and gives the administrator greater
purchasing power. Both amendments had.
been sanctioned by BCHIS and were ap-
W. Philip Gordon
Teh   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567
Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft
Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.
Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.    s
Cowrie Street.-  Sechelt -  885-9817
Telephone 886-2069
Pottery, Supplies, classes &Y firing
deater for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
Xtiarparts - G6o_ Year Tires
885-2812 or 885-9979
Phone 886-27-84-
Free Estimates - Fast Service
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.
 .      Phone 884-5315    _^^
Box 166/Port Mellon, B.C.
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before
R. BIRKI.N — Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.
Phone 886-2551
Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.
Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you
on the Sunshine Cdastr-3^-^«U_i^eL^^
24' Catalina Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local
Experienced Skippers.
 *    "''"Phone"'''-  "r""7
Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242
Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347
.   ,      „$.    • 7..     4.—^^^—
Contracting and  Engineering
Residential  - Commercial Wiring
Phonen 886-7316
r ° ■   p
Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable ond
economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.
Phone 885-2360
Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.
Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.
Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
Gower Point Road
For  Quick  Results  Use  Times  Adbriefs
SECHELT BRANCH—Phone 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886-2201
Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
, Gibsons:, Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fri. 10 a.m.r6 p.m.
for all your
Phone 883-2663,
Madeira Pork, B.C.
For Your Fuel Supplies
At the Sign of the Chevron
Machine Sho.p — Arc and Aery Welding
Steel Fabricating — Marine Ways
Automotive and Marine Repairs
Standard Marine Station
Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-9326
Complete automotive and  marine  repairs and
parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and
■   .Chrysler Marine dealership.
886-7411   —   Gibsons   —   Box 397
Highway and Martin Road
Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
TT^Sunday,Services;7] J a.m.; 7 p,,m,
Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p,m.
Friday: Youth Service—7:-30 p.m.
Phone: 886-7107
Guaranteed Repairs
Fast Service
Nickmon Road, Box 578, Sechelt... 885-9318
Carry In/tprry put service on small appliances,
*'   '   dryers;rrilxrhasters, Ygcuurris etc.
. No Mess Vacuum Cleaning
All Work Guaranteed
Complete Home Renovations and Repairs
Phone 885-2021
?8—,   • . ■ r— Seehelrr-BrCr
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.
Box 89, Madeira Park
No down payment - Bank Interest
Ten years to Day
-For free estimates—Call 886-2728
Complete line of appliances
Marine Ways to'42'
Bottom* Repairs
Box 7 - Garden BayrB^Cr—■	
MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek
Landscaping- Shrubs--Fruit-Trees -Fertilizer
Berry Plants- Bedding Plants'- Peat'Moss
Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for
Landscaping and Trees
Pender Harbour - 883-2513
Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances
TVs - Furniture ancl Carpets
P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101
at Francis Peninsula
All Work Guaranteed
? - ■
Complete Home Renovations and Repairs
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
about your
Phone 886-2923
Gower Point Road
Sunshine Coas,T*Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684"]"    Fishing Supplies - Boats new and
Used . . . Large & Small
Bal Black - Gibson.
Every Wednesday
in the Bal Block
Next to the Co-op Store
Gibsons 886-2322
Drywall and Textured ceilings
/Free Estimate
Phone 886-7643
....:(■ ...I...
Pastor Roy, Y/a'tor S, Ackroyd
, Madeira Park ^,883-^374
Pender" Harbour7- 883-2403
i. jiiitft ■feei^s^s'^ai*
'■"■"""" (Undenomlncitlonal)
Sunday School--" 10;00 a,m.
Church Sorvlco — 11 si5 a.m.
Evonlna Sorrlco 7«30 p.m.
' "Pa'vii "Day" Road'and "Af "nitwi'*
Ted Donley 883~2734
For Expert Blasting
Phone 885-2304 Lj C. Emerson
If No Answer Ueavo Mossaao at  '
■Bfl3-Z7.6a.pr.885-.93W *
R,R, 1, Sechelt, B.C,
P«f»jH*i^W      .'jem9S»lNSHtf'flWtf•'■
Tho United Church of Canada
St. John'. Unlto4 Church - Payl» Bay
Sunt|ay Sorvlcos - 9:30 a.m.
Robert! Crook Unlto4
Sunday Sorvlcoa - 2i3Q p.m.
Gibconi United Church
Sancfa/ Servicer**! Itl Srq.mr —-
Port Mollon Unlttsd
Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m
(2nd and 4lh SMndav»),
Sand and Gravel - t^ackhoes
885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.
PHONE 885-9550
, Clearing - Excavations - Road jjlulldlng
Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock
Phone; SecHellr 885-9550
.. Land C lea r I ng..— Road,. Bu I Id I ng.,
Tree Topplnd '-" SeleD^lve togging
Telephone 883-2417
R.R. „ ;1, Madeira Park, B.C.
Expert Hair Styling
Cowrie St.,
Sechelt, B.C.
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
' Plumbing - Pipefittihg - Steamflttina
Phone 886-7017 ot 886-2848
All matas Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired
All* Work Guaranteed
Phone 885-20211
W«ii**-i*H«jAf«"$»i,WJWii'.i |
Box 790
Sechelt, B.C.
Baptist CHiirch Services
Morniald and Trail. Socholt
 Sunday School 10:00 a,m,
Morning Worship 11 :.15 ^,m.
Morning Worship 9:30 aim.
SMncfay School 10:45 a.m.
Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m,
' \   (885.2009)
For All Your Renovation.
' Alterations or Finishing Work
Cor Zuldema
PHONE 885-2135	
HOaSiRG'CORprLTP; "* -"
' SunfMpa Coast and Islands
Wfl Havo A Thousand Idoaa
Our Prlcos Aro Compc'ltlvo	
PJhona Vancoiiyor 60«-3643t
""VyilfgPox 67fl " J«ichBlt.,BiC«	
High Quality ... Reasonable Prlccn,
Buy d PqckPOa„and erect It,yourself, or got
i our professional help.
GARDEN PAY, P.C "' Ph0"* Srw. Bfl3.27?3
Tali ,086-2930 o-r 005-9973
Call Uu For Your Disposal Nocda.
When RenpYatlng Or Spring Clqanlno,
Residential«Industrial and Marino Wlrlna
Electric hjeat - Lino Work
Phono 886-7244      ,
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
'.:■;'":   Box 164, Sechelt; B.C.
Nothing Dovyh^-10 Years To Pay
Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche ■— 883-2401
-liAURfE^  PLU/viBlN^i ft   HEAWNG
Govt, Certified Plumber—   24 Hour Service
Phone 885-9014
P.O. BOX 825 —: SECHELT, B.C.
Everything, .for the . Do-1trYourselferl
Also Paints and Heating Supplies
-.t,.   . Free Estimates,
Port Mellon to Pender
Len Coates '        . Ray Coafes
,      886-9533 ,.'.,'.       886-9533
Gov't, Certified Plumber
Phono 883-27207''-        r
Box 63 Madeira Park, B.C,
B.C* Land Surveyors
Marine Building •? Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B.C. *
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
TIRES """        """""
         COASTAL TIRES* —^~
Sunshine Coast Highway
Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700*
All Brands Availablo *
Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday evening by appointment only.
Scows — Logs
 """",""" 7C'h'iggs '       7
Phone 885-9425
Household Moving, Packing, Storajj*
JnsjAi,'»i!«!j.-ilVl«i«| Vli t\*i
Packing Materials For Sala
Member of Allied Van Llnei,
Canada's No, 1 Movers
Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C
-.»     1
RdsidcnHal - Commercial J Induitrial
.Your One Stop Bulldlna Star*
■   for All Your Bulldlnq Need*
1653 Soavlev/ -' Phone 886-2642
Gov't Certified Electricians
Phone Pay or Eyo, 885-2062
Phono 006-7029 - 006-7056 , 006-7220
 1 1—;—„■	
Welcome tp Tho Floorshlno Coast
' Speclpllsta In Cleaning - Floor Wa?<lnfl
Spray Dufflna - Window Cloanlno
.  ,        RUG SHAMPOOING
Phono 806-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.
> Spoc|allrlna"ln:'
1 Paper HdnnlnO/ intorlor * Exterior docoratlna,
Rug Cloanlno, AH typos of Dulldlofl
< Maintenance, Floor Installation, ,
Window Cloanlng,
^^PHONR 805-9715 AFTER O.Mt
Residential firing and Major
,     , AppllQncrRepaTrtf	
PHONE 885-9978
Box 387/ Secholt, B.C.
A. G. Rentals
Tools and Equipment
Garden Bay, B,C,       Phono 883-2585
"We Rent or Soil Almost, Everything"
Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions
Roto Tillers - Cement Minors,- Lawn Rakes
Mechanic's Tools
•    PHONE 683-2040 — %A HOUR SERVICE*
'     AFTER HOURS 885-2151
.'..'",;.    ,   WAREHOUSES' V      'rv.
Gibsons 886-2172 <*
Furniture to anywhere In Canada,
Gdheral Frafght.  Low-bed and heavy h-Mllnfl
TV. ancl RADIO
•*mM*«i&tlllV4S_4t*ii4&S\VaHt-&V' A
Your Business .Card .  '
In this space will
roach nearly 10,000 people!
Low cost - High, power   .
Phono 885-9713
-«.» ■^■wwiw-.i .w^»*»^p^i..w»^>wi».>w>i»MWFiwminl.ii. ».wi'-f .■■■■■i._iiTi-<
 . ^'^ .?n<Ll3?5!llITil -JP.^'bER,5	
, Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson
In The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt
Box 799, Secholt 885r9816
Agent for' Hermes Typewriter's
.PHONE 886-2728
R. D. Thomas & Co.
Ladles' and Children's Wear
Open six days a week     '     ■
Phono 885-2063
; '    Cowrlo Street. Sochelt,
Reupholtitorlnn - Resryllno - Completa Draprri   ,
1     Servlco-Samples »hown In rho homo.       )■'
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+'   .      ft" %���  ,!��� &&-,��.  '  1  Wednesday, May f, J972  The Peninsula Times  Page C-5  ���W���_9  mm  News From. Denmark  IRLY7BIRII  -r-by Wendy Nielson  Having successfully passed the Hunter Training Programme conducted  by the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club,  these young men are now eligible to  purchase a hunting licence and are  equipped with the knowledge to handle    themselves    responsibly    while  Hunter Training Awards  hunting. Presented their crests and  certificates which are government  awards, by Mr. George Flay during  the annual awards night are from  left/back row: Tim Olson, Michael  Laidlaw, Dean Crick, Allan Sully,  Mark Gray and Evan Gray. Front:  Paul Kent, Scott Jackson, Ricky  Pearson, Rick .Jacobson and Brian  Fawkes. Also awarded, their certificates but not present when the picture was taken are: Trevor Swan,  Martin Swan, Dave Bulger and Lorrie Rodway.  1  TI I1X-K-'Austria "wou1d~be "my  favorite  cmm-try.   il'   1   had   to, choose   between  T>< mnaik.   (Jermnny,   Hah/   and   Austria.  vVc h I'i  the srlu>i>l  lor our_ Austrian limr  on  ;i Tiic-.day  at 7.  a in.   -that's a ghastly  timr' in !>_('! up lo enjoy sight-seeing--arid  11111 \ <��� down  the  leni'lh of  Denniarl^ over  the- l.la'ni.sh Cierman  hor'der; then on  into  'llaiu'nii���;;.   llermany,   lo  spend   the   nitdit.  1 .annul say 1 found Hamburg a beautiful  cil\.   -It    is   an    industrial    city,   and    in  -cv>mm..n with manysueh cities, Ls grimy.  and  rather  unattractive  in  places.  The houses were practical looking,  and undecorative. In contrast, however,  there were many beautifully made statues  and a lot of supermodern hotels. Much  of Hamburg was mowed down by bombs  in Second World War, and there are still  many blackened ske.lejons of buildings.  We stayed' in a small hotel for the  ...niglu. thai'.is...all but my friend, Elsebelli.  and me. We came too-late to find ourselves a room, but were kindly invited  by the German hotel attendants to come,  and board in their restaurant.  We left again early in the morning,  and continued to drive toward Austria.  The Austrian customs people wear long  grey feathers in their hats. Rather charming, 1 thought.  You could see such a difference between Germany and Austria; it was as  if the two countries"had been cut in half  with scissors. In Austria the hills rolled  in gentle waves, and the grass suddenly  got greener and more lush, looking. Tne.  houses were delightful with flower boxes  in every window, sparkling clean,- and  with elegant scrolls painted on the walls.  Every house had its own name, carefully  and beautifully written so everyone eould  see   it. , ���' -  This was the first time I had seen the  traditional clothes worn for everyday  use. The long socks pulled up over the  knickerbockers, and not.just on the little  boys either. It's rather unusual until you  get used to it. The women wore embroidered dresses with corset Waists, and the  old women wore .the real Austrian peasant dresses with hoods���just like you see  in Heidi: We stopped^to' talk to one of  the sweetest old ladies I've seen, wearing  such  a  dress.  We stayed in a hotel callled the Kra-  merwirt. It was a fine hotel, and had a  ���small lake in-the���ba-ek-whepe-^ou-cou^l^U-  hire a boat and take it but for an hour.  It cost .only 15 fmark's'which is not very  expensive for a boating fee. The food was  much like Canada's, .and; not so rich as  the Danish food. Mostly, fish and chips,  meat and vegetables, ' arid~al^vT^T^un3"  poppyseed  buns for -breakfast.  The most  peeking down at_ us. and. just._daring us  to do anything rash. You could just see  Ihe barbed wiry fence at the border. The  guide tuld of the many people who have  tried to coiur over; M.me made it, but  most   didn't. x  The   day   after   our   return   to   Ronde  and   the   school,   we   went   home   for   the  or ' paskVlerie,   of   eight  Ka.-.ter  davs.  holiday,  Topics  THE   ONLY   hope   for   preventing   gum  disease in the near future is the care  the   patient   provides    -for   himself,   say  leading dental educators and researchers.  But the ^patient must-be motivated to  help himself and  that's the big problem.  The  latest   research" confirms bacteria  as  the   major   cause   of   gum   disease. \ The  _bacteria    thrive    ori    plaque���the   denta  name    for   material    that   sticks   lo   the  teeth   and  builds  up  over extended  periods.    Normal   brushing     techniques     at  home   minimize   the   buildup,   but   there  will   always   be   some,   so   a   half-yearly  checkup  is best. Your dentist can easily  remove the plaque with his instruments.  However, even after a thorough cleaning job at the dentist's office the plaque,  begins to build up again as most people  do   not   clean   their   teeth   aftep   every  meal  or snaqk. The dentist can find out  how   faithfully   a   patient   sticks   to   an  oral hygiene routine  and  come up with  an "educational prescription" specifically  formulated  for   him.  The  dentist  would  keep   records   and   the   patient   is   more  likely to respond when he realizes something -is being planned foivh_im. .. ...  Some patients learn oral Hygiene best  in one-to-one learning sessions with their  dentist, but others do better in a group  situation. The degree of involvement is  greater in group sessions and the philosophy is similar to that used by weight-  reducing clubs.  Once the patient sees his condition is  improving through evaluation by the  dentist, he's more likely to. keep _his.���in-_  terest alive over a long term and pass on  what he's learned to his children and  wife. ���Canadian  Dental Association  Gas   lamps   for  T5oTF  outdoor   lighting   are  and  The  decorative    and    functional,  newer, designs   are   also   easy, to   clean,  Look for the types with.glass panes that  lift out or have hinged hoods..  Junior  Training   Awards  M'ark^ansih'ip,fr'ta"nd^'-*fires[r^-safety ceived their certificates  -a^^-4R4laded in- the--Sedielt-itod-^a��d-  Gun Club's Junior Training Pr6-  gramme, passed successfully hy:  Bev: Jackson, David Jackson, Barbara Jackson, Brad Rodway, David  De Kleer and Mark Whyte who re-  f-rom Mr .Harold Nt-.li   recent Awards Night. Also, qualify  ing were Don Robinson, Michael "Eb-  erle, Lorrie Rodway, Gordon Harrison and Dan Olson   tes and.^,ests -r*  ��� .��...     ..i^.7"7 7*7?" ."7..7  ATsn  cmatifv- * -J  ���by Sheila Harris  DO YOU emerge from a lighted building at night, jump into your automobile and immediately .drive away? If  so, are you aware that, at the particular  moment you are starting your car, you're  ���partially���blind-?   These, questions are asked by the B.C.  Automobile Association as the result, of  a statement by the, British. Association  of Optical Practitioners thai a driver's  vision will improve 20,000 lo 30,000 times  if heror she'waits a few ."minutes before  The British org"anis-.ation,,,says it takes  about aJ quri'vter-hoiu-'" for" a"motorist's  eyes to becomo used to darkness but few  people wait evon fifteen, seconds. Hence,  they drive for the first fifteen minutes  with   eyesight   which     is   below   safety  Minimum safety standards require that  a seventeen-year-old driver needs, two or  three minutes and a sixty-year-old. needs  nl least five minutes for lho oyos to adapt  to darkness. But they both \wai\ tha  vital fil'teen-mlnuto period lo attain lho  best nlghtllrno vision,  /"he nlillliy to son nt; nlKhtla Impaired  by blood aoloiiol lovols below thu ol'flcln  United Kingdom figure of ,()'"" pur cont  says,,.A^s,1udy.,by, ai)Olhoi7grou|),Jho Belt-,  ish f.TVTodlcum Rosea roh.v Council,��-pi'lvl.iK  dangQl's are created when perlphoraj  vision Is limited by (lie aloohol Intake,  During the study,, drlvoi'H wore glyRi)  olthor plain ;coin' oi-'eoli.i.'mix(id wllh  rum. Then they woro askedjo Jell ll.olr  oxnmlnoi-H when VlMl'iX'H Ifl'ashed'oii lii' tho'  peripheral nron-or'tJioir'-RlRht;"-- * ' ���  Tholr driving performance foil only  slightly up to .Ofii) but tholr, awareness  'of "i mr riRHiflnTJ i|imrrini^0T58in^rijr  ,017 and U0 per cent at .UftlJ.  unbelievable thing was, the cost of beverages. Coca-cola, and fruit juice were at  the top of the expensive list, while beer,  schnapps, red. and _ w h i t e wine were  priced either .lower or the same. The reason is that both Austria and Italy are  massive     producers . of   wines,  but  they  7ha^7^���impor^_^^  in  Italy, .where we'- spent  one clay,  we  ~~-found  that~ a   b'ottTe of champagne  cost.  ' only three kroner (about 45c) where in  Denmark the same bottle costs at least  thirty kroner.  On our way back, to Denmark we  again spent one night in Germany where  we managed to get "a room in the main  hotel, We spent a -rather crowded night,  sleeping five to. a bed���.fortunately a big  _jjaeH ;���'���  ��� -.    '  After   crossing   through   the   Danish  MASKS ��� FINS   SNORKELS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  I  ,.l*w  ;  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  border, we stopped at a place that had  been a concentration camp in World  War II The walls were' of "steel and  cement with wicked tangles of barbed  ,..wire|!....at��;the..,tpp,t^and..;.botto.m.i..*Insid  who ha,d been kept here, and shocking  photographs of. hundreds of .dead people.  Then, of course, we had lunch, right after, I, for one, wasn't very hungry.  Soon after, we stopped on a small hill  and were told that the line of hills to  .,,,oui7*,loft��,.was��,tho.��.border.i-.betweon.,.��.East���  and West,Germany. You couldn't see any-  ���thlng, but our guide told us that there  wore about twenty-five men' ��up  there,  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  'Y^ar~~Round^Mooji.ger    Available    NolBon accents tho trpplw from Mr.    School, Dorok fl llio son ol. Mr.  Have YOU noticed the^'suftilcn activity on mirroads/  ��� , ���,..,,,  MirWBF^  " ELECTION coming  -SUPPiRfc^  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  "z^:rrrc^RbJicrATE*  , '' '  7    ��� "��� ' ,  For Information call  886-7118 or 486-7493  *mmtmm^mmmmmmmm^99  1 ij     "<t* ��'* *  WMM������WMMWMIIMMWUMWWM!^^  Jlffff/c/i _  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS \  7,  7  A  _Bv^Marcia. Whsetel-  Beautiful status awaits  rightful home in Church  WHEN fire destroyed Our Lady of  Lourdcs Church in Sechelt on that,  fateful night of October iMth. 1970. the  beautiful statues which symboh".ed the  Catholic Faith, crumbled in the heat and  were fiost   forever.  ' TIumv can be n.> connection. i''iereloro  wiih the statue which appeared on the  Sochelt refuse dump some months later.  Someone visitins: the dump was astounded lo find the statue, duty and damaged  bul slid very beautiful and with great  reverence, he cleaned the figure and took  her to his home.  For some months, tho statue waited  until the finder made his decision to present her to the Sisters *of the Child  ���Jesus- in ^Sechelt for he knew that the  figure should be i-n a Church and that  Church--s-lwti-ld -be-the- one���-wh-k'h -will---  replace Our   Lady  ol   Lourdes.  The statue stands some five feet high  and depicts the second Eve standing on  Iho world and crushing, the head of the  evil serpent with her unprotected foot.  RESTORATION  Sisters of the Child Jesus at the Student residence restored the plaster to its  ���original perfection and a Sister of the  Order who lives on Vancouver Island  came over to execute the delicate painting. This sister took her vows in the  Chapel   of   the   Student   Residence   fifty  veal's ago when the School was built.  The exquisitely beautiful figure of  the Second Eye who overcame evil is now  breathtakingly lovely in pure white rqbes,  dark blue mantle ancl pale blue headdress  bordered with gold. Startling in contrast  i> the green serpent with exposed fangs,  encircling  the world.  Alniost --.legendary are the series of  events which led to this, restoration and  although there is quite possibly a very,  practical explanation tq the finding* of  the, statue, it does emphasis the -great  ���-Cuse of loss felt by those who long to  s.ee the church of their Faith rebuilt.  HISTORY  According to recorded history, Sechelt  was built on the site of Chataleech, the  home of a tribe that was always at war  with neighboring tribes. This tribe was  ������destroyed--by--war afni-smirilpexr-���  -    In 1868, Father (later Bishop) Durieu  gathered the five divisions of the Sechelt  tribe at Chataleech and asked them to  built a church there as well as homes foi\  themselves. By 1872 the original church  was too small and a larger one was built.  Again in 1889 a new church with twin  spires was constructed by all the people,  and dedicated to the Queen of the Rosary. This church was destroyed by fire on  January   14th,     1906.  Father Pierre Plamonden O.M.I., then  resident priest in Sechelt immediately  started a building fund and by the end  of 1907, Our Lady of Lourdes was built.  History repeated itself in 1970 when  on the night of October 24th fire claimed  the Church and in the early hours of  the Sunday morning the villagers of  Sechelt, both Indian and white watched  helplessly as the flames finally engulfed  the spire sending the cross crashing down  into the waters of the Strait of Georgia.  FUND  Immediately a Church Restoration  Fund was established and much devotion  and hard work, especially from the  Homemakers and the Totem Club and  many individuals, has helped raise a sum  of money, as yet too small to commence  "building. " ��' " '  Resident priest Father Simpson is  helping to administer this fund which  will one day see the Faith of many peo-,,  pie personified in a Church which the  lovely statue is also waiting so patiently  to occupy.  A ���    '' '     '     v ' \  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Page C-6             The Peninsula Times         Wednesday, Moy 3,  1972     -  A  ���by Mary^ Tinkley  the Recreation Commission hopes tov plan  more events for the fail.  Enigma  Restored to wondrous beauty and  perfection by the Sisters of The Child  Jesus, this statue which stands about,  five feet tall was found some months  ago on the Sechelt refuse pit.  ANH EXTRAORDINARY  general mtkting  of   the   Welcome   Beach   Community  Association  was    held    at  the  Welcome  Beach Hall-last Thursday with president  Keith Comyn in the chair. There was-a  good attendance, with many varied opinions on the question of the extension of  the boundaries for membership purposes.  The' outcome  was a  vote in favor of  extending  the  boundaries  as  far  as  the  highway at the east end of the Redrooffs\  Road   and   westward -to   Brobks   Road.  Motions to include the whole of Area B  and to dispense with all boundaries were  defeated because of the still limited size  of  the  hall  and  the fact  that the  Halfmoon Bay area is experiencing a population  explosion.  However,   it  was  agreed  to   extend  Associate   membership  to  interested   people   outside   the   established  area, which would give them social privileges  but  not  vo-ting  rights.  The executive, was also empowered to  limit ^membership from time to time to  a- numbeF���which���eou-ld---comfortably be  accommodated with the facilities now  available.  Membership fees for the year 1972-73  are now due and ^should be sent to Mrs.  Keith Comyn, RR 1,. Halfmoon Bay. New  members will be welcome.  Fritz Leuchte reminded members that  1972 is the 25th anniversary of the Welcome Beach Community Association  which had started in 1947 with small  meetings at the house in Welcome Beach  which is now the" property of Mr. and  Mrs. Jack Hall. Recent years had shown  great energy and initiative on the part  of members and people had been attracted from as far off as Roberts Creek  by the quality .of the entertainment offered. He hoped there would be new members willing to carry on this flow of ideas  which was a vital part of the life of a  community.  HEARING  In spite of a busy week with many  other commitments in Halfmoon Bay, residents of the Redrooffs Road turned out  in force at last Tuesday's public hearing  at the Regional District Office, concerned  with the prospect of the loss of Cooper's  Green as an open area accessible to the  community  and  to  visitors  and  tourists.  Briefs were, presented on ..behalf. _ of  Area B. Ratepayers' Association, the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  and the Welcome Beach Community Association, all urging that every effort be  made to acquire Cooper's Green as a  public  park.  SHUFFLEBOARD  The Shuffleboard Club wound up a  most successful season wi-^h a smorgasbord   supper-" at   the   Patio   Gardens   last  -Wednesday with   28' members  "present.  Guests were Mr. and Mrs. K. Comyn,  president and secretary of the Welcome  Beach Community Association.  This year for the first time, there had  been a playoff of the four leading teams  based on the entire winter season, and  this had created a great deal'of interest.  Mr. Comyn presented the prizes to  the winning teams. 1st prize went to the  team of Jack Morgan and Ralph. Lyhds.  Runners up were Alf and Alice Young  who gave the winning team the toughest  fight they had yet had in holding their  title. Blackie and Jean Petit were award:  ed 3rd prize, while two beginning players, Alex and Hazel Ellis came in a victorious 4th. These two players will certainly bear watching next season.  AUXILIARY ^  A*|rr*44^ meet ing of the Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary\was held at the home  of Mrs. Greta Jorgeheen on April 24 with  11 ^members present. Plans were made  for a party for Extended Care patients to  celebrate Mother's Day. The party would  be on Saturday, May 13th from 7 p.m.  to 8:30 p.m.  Three members of the Auxiliary appointed to attend the Regional Conference at Lions Gate Hospital on May 3rd  were Mr. Q. Burrows, Mrs. Jean Laird  and Mrs. Vylo Wilkinson.  Members were reminded of Pender  Harbour's 35th anniversary to be celebrated with a friendship tea at Pender  Harbour Community Hall on May 10 from  2:30 p.m. to 4:30  p.m.  Final arrangements were made for the  annual smorgasbord dinner to be held at  the Welcome Beach Hall on April 29th  when a full house was expected.  BOWLING  Overflowing with enthusiasm, sixteen  children from Halfmoon Bay between  the $ges of 8 and 12 tried their hands at  bowling at the Sechelt lanes last Saturday afternoon. Four teams were made up  and two games played.  Winners of hidden.....p.rize_s__.Were._Lance._.  Parish Ross Manton, Sherry Jorgensen  and Brenda Douglas. 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But  this, go and cat  The Pacific Coast is  noted for its fine crabs.  The Dungeness or Sand  Crab and tie Hock Crab  abound along; the B.C. coast  and farther north there is  the King Crab, found in  Alaskan.waters.  Visitors to the coast area  naturally gravitate to a sea  food restaurant or a fish  good  meal of  setter than  :h you own  crab,  then  own dish.  Crab  hunting  nautical    spdrt  whether     y du  traps, nets, or  and scoop them  sand with your  scoop.  Identifying) crjabs  simple matter.  Crab is sandy thrown in  color flecked with orange  or green on the  which is re untied. The  claws are loig aid the legs  fairly thick.  The Rock Crab  narrower shell,  triangular, raggjed on the  front edge, stubby claws  and thin legs,  have much meat  is generally found on rocky  shores.  It is  illegal  makje  up your  can be  a  in itself  'lo  it with  just go out  up off the  own crab  is    a  The Sand  :o  female  crabs  aid  hunter must kno\f/  from   the   fema  identification   is]  stomach  the crab,  narrow inverted  the  shell between the two  . rear,- legs.   The  parking widens,  has   a  a lm 6 s t  does not  on if and  keep  so  the  the male  e.      The  on     the  or underside of  The male has a  V mark on  female V  out in two  curves    and has a pear  .shape.  ' It is also illegal to keep  undersized crabs. Legal  size in most areas is six  inches across the widest  point on the shell but check  this. Regulations are  usually posted at all crabbing areas and list the  closing dates for crabbing,  the limits, and the size  you are allowed  to keep.  Crabs are found in: all  areas of Georgia Strait land  around Vancouver  Island.  If you are going to use  a dip net (a metal ring covered with fish net or wire  mesh) to catch crabs! be  sure to attach cord in three  spots on the rim and bring  them to a centre point then  run a single line from this  >By D.E. Dunn  point to your boat.  Nylon fish line, around^  15-pound test, is good, for  this job. Also tie a length  of line in the centre of the  net. This is used to tie  y/our bait firmly to the net.  Otherwise the crab will nij>  in and; scuttle off with the  bait before you can pull  nim up.  I Fish heads, pieces of  /herring, or any type offish  jinnards, can be used for  bait.    :  One of the sportiest ways  to catch crabs is to scoop  them up yourself using a  scoop similar to a lacrosse  stick, in fact if you have an  old one around the house  you can use that.  You can make one by getting a Y shaped branch  with ai long handle, then  get some string or leather  thong and weave a net in  the Y of the branch.  You [can also use a fish  net but do not use a wire  grass rake, they have sharp  edges 'and any sharp or  pointed edge is illegal.  Length of the handle  depends if you ate going to  fish for them from a boat,  wharf or bank or go:ft after  them. ;  The latter is a sport in  itself. I Put on a pair of  waders or swim su: t, take  your scoop, a three or four  foot handle is abcut the  right length and takjj along  a sack!or largeplas'icbag.  Wade around theedgesof  the eel grass and wlen you -  spot one scoop it ip, examine jit to make sure it's  a male, then pop it into  your bag, which can trail  behind! you   on   a   string.  You .may have to move  smartly as they an give  your toes a sharp nip. If  you have to handle: them  grasp ^thern from tie fear  making sure your fingers  are away from the claws.  Here again the be 3t time  ifor catching them is at low  tide. They are usually found  Ln the [sea weed in shallow  water, | buried in the sand,  :yr   in, small tidal pools.  ,The idepth varies from a  few inches of water up to  ivaist-high. Any deeper and  ,you have difficulty ijnaneu-  ireringlyour scoop.  Once you have enolugh for  pour  requirements,     stay  within jyour limit, then you  test!    .  * -���  Young men over 16 years,  send this  Spend a  coupon.,  month iri| the wildernessi  Mountaineering, Canoeing  camping, hiking, j  Proving yourself. And finding yofjrself.  Away fron it all. f  Special g, rls' course in June.  y _"  "SEI^D INFORMATION!ON THE   ���,,.__���  CANADIAN lOUTWARD BOUND PROGRAM  Outward  Bound  1616 West  Vancouver  Name   'th Avenue  B.C.  Address.  can   start   cooking   them.  Drop*the live crabs into  boiling < salt water clean  sea water is very good, and  cook them for 20 to 25 minutes. (Some cooks say three  rolling boils). Drain and  rinse. Break off the elaWs,  Remove the hard top shell  working from the tail end.  Discard the spongy fibre,  gills and entrails, and the  apron.  Some cooks break the  crab in half to get the  inside cleaned. Once you  have removed the fibre,  brush and rinse the inside  and there will be a section  of white body meat left.  This is good to eat and can  be removed with a two-  pronged fish fork or a nut  pick. /  Break or snip off the  legs and claws and crack  them with a nutcracker then  remove the meat with the  fork or pick.  A one-pound crab will  yield around one cup of  meat which is handy to  know if your recipe is measured in cups or pints.  _ A crab feast is what  started the catching of them  in the first place and for  a perfect finale to a day  of crab hunting here are  some delicious crab dishes.  Devilled Crab  1 cup flaked crab meat  2 hard boiled eggs  1 raw egg  1 tsp.   chopped  parsley  1/2 tsp. dry mustard  1/2 cup   buttered   crumbs  4 tsp.   Worcestershire  sauce .  1 tsp. salt /  1 tsp. pepper  3 tbsp. flour  5 tbsp. butter  3/4 cup hot milk  Melt butter, stir in flour,  add milk gradually, seasoning and well-beaten egg.  Stir in chopped, hard boiled  eggs, crab meat, and buttered bread crumbs. Pile  lightly in washed crab  shells, sprinkle generously with buttered bread  crumbs and bake dntil golden brown.  Fried Crab  ���-   1 pound crab meat  1/2 cup chopped onion  1/4 cup  melted fat or oil  1 cup dry bread crumbs  2 eggs, beaten  1 tsp. powdered mustard  1/4 cup chopped parsley  1/2 tsp. salt  1/3 cup   mayonnaise      or  salad dressing  1 tbsp. chopped   sweet  pickle  6 buttered     hamburger  rolls' ,  ���    .     '  Cook onion in fat until  tender. Add crab meat, 1/3  cup of crumbs, eggs,  parsley, mustard, salt and  mix well.  Shape into six-burgers.  Roll in remaining 'crumbs.  Fry in hot fat in a heavy  fry pan for three minutes.  Turn carefully and fry for  three to four minutes longer or until brown. Drain  on absorbent paper. Combine mayonnaise and  pickle. Place burgers on  bottom* half of each roll.  Top with approximately one  tablespoon of mayonnaise  and pickle mix.  /  The mounting of your  outboard motor to the correct engine height or  vertical angle is vital to  the performance of the  boat. Every installation  must be handled differently according to the specification's of the boat.  Although the height and  angle are two separate  .things they must be considered as one.  Here are some tips on  installing   your   outboard:  As a starting point, the  engine should be mounted  so that the cavitation plate  is parallel to and slightly  below the bottom of the  boat. The angle adjustment  rod should be set in the  second notch. Remember  these are just starting  points, and both engine  height and lower unit angle  can and should be changed  if circumstances call for  it.  A shakedown cruise is  a must,  and it should be  Put your brand on a  RUSTLER  tK f.*h   ���     *_ 5*t*>     t-Jlt  .        ^   A ^     ._ .  If you're looking for a camper!that can take itr take a  look at Rustler. You can take Rustler anywhere. ,  The mountains? Sure. Wherever the terrain is tough ��� that s  Rustler country. Fishing? Fine. Rustler belongs beside     .  your jfavourite lake or stream. Or how abouf weekending with  the family? No big deal. A Rustler sleeps six in total  comfort. And of course, no matter where you go, you go  first Class. Each and every Rustler comes complete with  kitchen, closets, dining area  and toads of sleeping room.  (Optional toilet and vanity  available at your wish). i  Hustle down to your Rustler  - dealer and put your brand on.a  Rustler truck camper.  J��ust(er  o  Rustler ��� from the wonderful world of Neonex Leisure  Products Ltd.. 1055 West Hastings Street, Vancouver 1 B.C.  Manufacturing plants in Edmonton and Red Deer, Alberta.  Winkler, Manitoba ��� Woodstock and Arnprior, Ontario.  .*���  PRETTiV HARD :to beat al picnic in a park fcThis is a  picnic spot on Newcastle j Island, just off Vancouver  Island  at Nanaimo. j B.C. Govt^. photo.  Mounting outboard  correctly is vital  carried  out under normal  load situations.  Once underway there are  four things to watch for:  (1) cavitation, (2) excessive spray, (3) porpoising,  and (4) -plowing. If any of  these symptoms occur, you  can be pretty sure the  motor is not mounted pro-,  perly.  Cavitation and excessive,  spray can usually be traced  to the height of the motor.  Cavitation occurs when tne  engine is mounted too high*  on the transora and air^is  introduced into the path  of the _ propeller. Air* has  less resistance, and the'  propeller is free to . turn  at a much faster rate.  Porpoising (bow seems  to 'bounce on the water)'  and plowing (bow seems  to smack into the water)  can often be traced to the  angle! of the lower unit.  One word of caution: the  weight of passengers and  gear could be the culprit.


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