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The Peninsula Times Jun 28, 1972

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 Desirable District  V  at %��  ,v e s  .i -j <f  Peninsula ^4me&  '.'..OS t    Ot.:'l    i  uver .1 j���  .riiphic  v-*j . .  Industries  Service  \.  Wednesday, June 28, 1972  \ Pages  1-8  _._ icntions  or local teaching posts  ���anwwwmmjin'  SEVEN hundred applications were re-  eeiyedfor- teaching posts in the Se^  chelt School District, said superintendent R. R. Hanna explaining at last  week's Board meeting why it had not  been necessary to advertise for teachers this year."  Mr. Hanna reassured a delegation  -from the Learning Disabilities Association that there will be no change in arrangements for a * Remedial Programme.  A teacher will be appointed to replace  Mrs. Jovick and the School Board is trying to get additional entitlements for  ���spceiaV eetoeatAofl���4a the  district There .  ber  14th,  unless  there  is  an emergency.  CO-OPERATION  Planning Committee chairman Bernard Mulligan reported that approval has  been received from Victoria to make the  final adjustments to the open area of  Gibsons Elementary School. During the  past few months, the Bqard and teachers   had   co-operated   in  reaching   agree  ment on ,the planned improvements and-  everyone.-seemTedVpleased.    . .,       ,   , .   7  There*, are also glans* for^ari adventure'  ..playground  for primary* children.  CONGRATULATIONS  Mr. Hanna congratuated all those involved in the presentation of "The Rt^d;,  Shoes". He felt the presentation was  equal if not better than that given bjr_' ������  Holiday Playhouse. Also many students,  have been active in the production including the textile class which helped;  make the costumes, students Who help-7  ed paint the sets and Mr. Bjorhspfi wHo"  helped make them. He especially men-'.  tioned the colourful gypsy caravans  which  were most realistic. ���'y.'2'2r  Trustee Agnes Labonte also paift'tri-r  bute to those who worked so hard ,'Be,r*  hind the scenes and it was agreed that  a letter be sent to the Driftwood Players  and. Miss Colleen Johnson, expressing the  Board's appreciation.  Head-on  Collision '  Traffic a mile long was, held up. for. Highway7101 between Sechelt and  about an hour last Sunday afternoon Gibsons. One lady died in the colli-  following  this  headron  collision  on  sipn. Three other people have been  hospitalized. ...���''������''  Cortege  Traffic backed up for about one mile    completely blocked the road in ��� the  on  Sunday  afternoon following the    accident which immediately took the  tragic mishap between two vehicles    life of Miss Milne of Camp Olave,  close to the Radiator Shop at Roberts    Roberts Creek.  Creek. The two cars locked head-on  Questionnaire reveals  ���rliiS.-B-''*.''  oppose  * *Mf**'Y.')����*.._  permissive sc  had been some concern that no-one would  be hired to replace the Remedial teacher, based partially"* on rumour and on the  fact that no advertisement had appeared  in newspapers. " .  Delegates were also assured that a  remedial programme will be in operation  at Madeira Park under the supervision  of  principal  Mr.  Vern  Wishlove.  Thanking trustees for their courtesy  in allowing the delegation to speak although notion the agenda, President of  the Association Mrs. Celia Fisher said  membership had now reached the 40  mark. ���''.''  CLARIFICATION  School Board meetings will be held  in various locations in the future, promised chairman Mrs. Sheila Kitson, when  speaking "to a delegation of parents who  attended last week's meeting in the  Board Office in Gibsons.  The delegation asked if any boai'd  meetings were open to' the public and  when and where were they held; also  who were  eligible  to  vote  in  elections.;  .��� .,In ..reply, Mrs. Kitson. said .,that_all.:  board meetings are open to the public  and are held on the second and fourth  Thursday of each month. Sometimes the  meetings are held in different locations  and al one time the Board made a habit  of 'holding meetings at Pender Harbour,  Sechelt and Gibsons,, in -schools -where.  there is room to accommodate the public.  Trustee Bill Malcolm of Pender  Harbour, pointed out that this practise  had been discontinued because of poor  public attendance.  On  the  question  of  voting   rights   it  was  explained   that  only  owner-electors  were eligible to vote on money by-laws,  but resident or tenant electors can  vote  on  any  other  matter   including  election  of trustees provided their names are on  .-the  list   of   electors.   Secretary -treasurer' ^|  August \ is also the effect^date.-A^,.  Jinjjtfetzler drew attention to theano-���  the new fee, which is a reduction Of' $Z7 mtily"in ��� ��� the   Public'Schools   Act   which  from  the regular  residents'  licence.  The     allows  a resident  or  tenant-elector  who  \  BOMB SHELL PRICES!!  Coke Glasses  IV  12 to a pkg.  Reg. 1.49 pkg.  Flashlight Batteries   -, 5*  Each  Garbage Bags  10 only 26x36  in a  pkg���  for  Double Knit Slacks  Men's.  It's a Hit  each  3*88  $1 fishing licence  for senior citizens  RESIDENTS of British Columbia who are  Canadian citizens aged 65 years or  older as of August 1 will be able to obtain a licence to angle for fish in non-  "tidal waters for a fee of one dollar, it  is announced by the Hon. W. K. Kiernan,  Minister of Recreation and Conservation.  PantyHose,  1.88  A Great Special  WOW . 6 for  3 ITEMS WILL BE ADVERTISED OVER OUR P.A.  SYSTEM AT BOMB SHELL PRICES  '   :    ���*��� ' "1 ea^''"KouF"iB-7-8^ "*" " "^ U"^M*  FLUSH-A-BYES���Baby your Baby���Say good-bye fro messy  diaper pails. 60 toddlers (Thursday Nite Only) .7. pkg.  2.75  Open Thursday and Friday  Nights til 9 p.m.  Closed Saturday, July 1st  W     ' ���'; \*,y���'... -''V    *V^ril,v   7*7.  ���'���'���%. &��.  RESPONSE from the Secondary School1  ��� questionnaire reveals that many parents ., are against ,the permissive type  school where students only attend sched-:  uled periods in whteh they have classes.'  Commenting  on  the  free  school sy-  . stem, trustee .Bill Malcolm ^aid at last  week's Board meeting, "It isn't the students who asked for* free schools, it is:  some,older,person'!.,Mr,.Malcolm referred;  to the one which, opened in Roberts'  Creek  some years ago and to  the pre-  ������".'��� sent" controversy-* at 'Campbell ���������River,* Sen-   '��� \  ior High School. "^John Young is no kicl  *��.''w",  said  Mr.  Malcolm  speaking  of  v-JampbeU* River's High School*, principal.;,i7  Press release on the recent question-,   ,  nnlre issued by trustee Mrs, Agnes Labonte reads, us follows;   ��� ,    ,  Many parents arc to be thanked i'or  "*ifioTF nfesrii.^  sworlng our Questionnaire. It is our hope'-S  to, have .an rolonienUuy,, school quoKtlcm ������(,,,,���  imii'o prepared for dlalribullon early In  Soptombor, It is noted tluU tho parents*!  ".  of the three m*ouh Gibsons, Socholt and,  Pepdgr Hwboui' nro not loo c'lswlmllar in. *"���;  their., expectations*!    for   our ./-secondary,  'Hclioolsy Hohcb the,^following sample olj.  1' somo' of tho wnsworHtd the quostlonn up*. ''  ply ln vnryini. dogroo to the wholo D.***  Hi riot, Tho lurgo majority of purentm  1, favour lho Hci>icstor" system      "     7,,  2, u homo room parloc" to hUu'I lho clay,',  ���'���"���y., lurgcrtiRO' of tho school I'uclliUcs i'or �����  . community, activities ',yiy,m' ������  1 '4, muny parents1 nro' uRulnHt'lh'6 pcrmls-  hIvo typo Hchool l,o,  lho stirJont at,-,' .  IqihIb only Hahcoluled parlods in which  ho/Hho hum cIhhhom, ���   - , ,..,,  fl, Somo purontu would, ho Intents toil ,in  volunlu'ry   work  uh  huIiooI  nldo  o'.f('  (I,   purenlH mipport-lho ldau of piu'l-llinq  HludonlH���-lo' compioto ' u" proftrnmrnQ',  7. ��� purontu do mippoj-l noujul qvoiUh whon,  -  *,   Ihoy urcfjuporyiHcd.  ,,        ��� ,,  (l,  iv numbor of pnronln lloul thut Hlowor-'  loumlnH  , HludonlH    Hhould    not   bo   ,  proHHud,  07 Somo pnrontR'VoqiiQMod two* (2) quos]   J  *"���  HoniVnlrcA' "piarT^ liounoliold."*��� ���-���--^���\.  '  10, ti'iinnpoi'tiUlon   I'or   HludonlH    lo   Inko  jiui't ln oxlru-uiu'rlouliii' ucHvIDoh ��f*��   -"tor- nchoolMH-u-Horlourt;-hundlcup,.,., ,  11,moro  uouhiiolllnM'   Umo, Should- bo  nlvoii lo nUidonlH nnd tholr piu-opb.,1  ��� 111, A Kr'outor uno of puront nlKht-i lo'cx-  7 plain the function of the school and  its   course  offerings.  The answers' to a number of items  indicate areas of weakness. These shall  be investigated 'and attempts made "to  rectify deficiencies where possible, *  licence will be available from normal outlets throughout* the province. To obtain  the special licence, applicants will be  expected to provide proof of age.  Mr. Kiernan' said that the institution  of the new licence is in recognition of  the contributions senior citizens have  made over.the years,to:;.society���_���������),���_���������.���,  is elected to serve as a trustea, to have  a. voice  in* money .matters.    ���.,  Commenting   on   school   board   meet-.,,  ings,  Board chairman  Sheila Kitson  reminded the public that no further meetings have been scheduled until Septem-  See Pagfe, A-J6;for June* End.  Specials j  BTEaWIANH  ctmpi  DEALER  'ctrielu  ���������'���    :'.:-. *.",-    <  ���> V    7      -���_,  '���   ������   -iy7,..  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt        885,2335  *-\  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE  PAD  . ���Th|s free reminder of coming eyents-Js a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phone Peninsula Times direct* for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space js limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their,turn; also t"iat this js a ''rehriinder''; l|stings,only and  cannot always carry full details.1             .  .   ���,  WMMUMWIMUI^  Juno 23���8 p.m. Socholt Indian Hall, Blnao,  Juno 24���2 p.m.-6 p,m. St. Hilda's Hall, Socholt Garden Club Flower  Show,  "'TOno^ -  Juno 28-���,7i30 p,m, Peninsula Prlvo In. Socholt Chamber of Commerce  .:..,...,.   Diqnor r/jootina,       . 7 .        ���  June 28���-8 p,rh, Secholt Ldnlon Hd 117BIh'gd. '"'" '       '       *''*'���' *  Juno 29'���8 p,,m. Pondor Harbour Community Hall, Bingo,  Juno 30��� 7 p,m, Solma Park, Parents.Without Partners..Pot Luck Supper. Call 885-9568,  Juno 30���8 p.m. Sochelt Indlqn Hall.' Bingo,  , Juno.3Q���-Gibsons Soa Cavalcado .Events, Sea Programma In paper,  July 1���8 a,'m,-8 p,m,* Pondor Harbour Hospital Auxiliary'Fishing Darby.  July 1-^-Gibsons Sea Cavalcado Events, Sao Programme In paper,* "  July 1���.8 a,m,-8 p,m, Pondor Harbour Hospital Auxiliary Fishing Darby,  July  1���U,a,m,*-5 p.m, Pavlp . Bay .Wharf,' Children's Flshlpg Dorby.  * July 2���8 a,m,-2 p.m.'PondorHarbour HospltalAuxlllary. Fishing Derby., -.  ' July 2���Gibsons"Sad"Ccfvalcadb'Ey^^  July 3���. p,m. Solma. Park, ParantB, .WHhout .Partners Wionar Roast,  Call 885-956B.    " ' " :v""7 ���������.-"������������ ^;-���-'  *   -   ���������'���..���.!���..  Ju|y 8���2 p.m. Masonic Hall Grounds. Roberts Crook, O.E.S, Summor  ,  Tcjd,', ;'' ' ' ���   ' '���.',''  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  MmU'pIo  Lilting  Sarvlca  Yancouyor Rool Eitata  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES.,  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 >        7 Box }Z&, Socholt, B.C.  Or call Toll   Froo  from  tho  Greater' Vpnconyor Aroa  1 , ' '    '.   ' ', 7 Pn I i.|i' 9021  ; '���'.���:������ ���  uhfil  THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 2^ and 30^  CLOSED SATURDAY, JULY 1st  t'?-fJ^JW^r'B'W'^*,.-"^'4r#  !rrl"!rf;-Jf|!����njyi,i(ii(:^* _).���!!_  I' i fl*iiil Aijj.JliiiV^fsiffSaiKrt  SHQP AND COMPARE IN THESE DEPARTMENTS:  * CLOTHING AND  SHOES  ���fc MEN'S WORK BOOTS AND  WQRK CLOTHES  jr HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS  ^ TIRES AND  BATTERIES  > AUTOMOTIVE  PARTS AND  ACCESSORIES  ^PAINTS AND SUPPLIES  ^ QUALITY TOOLS  ic FISHING TACKLE  jc. ' CAMPfNG AND  PICNIC  SUPPLIES  "I'll "i  ���fvH'^'ftj*\^l!.',7.pi-i;-T1^'r��,t!^('ii��<!-jV-��s��ii|4^'t-f| f&_i_Fsj..  "/��^'4l^^W^B''W^^nM"  r%fl,|IMWI^V-^#��(>9��n  I ��v^  1 illbi^^i-^^^ I  [i)\  Ca��^rffl��| 1  MACLEODS  ^'tr\ 9   M  �� ...  ,1 .   IM.-  AUTHORIZED DEALER  ^t^^^^ii^ii^imt^m^W^  ' ' * ' I    *  Soichoit 'V*": "' r '���   ' 7 "'" ' ;r;;-" .;-',���"-;���' p|10l10 885-9828  r  wmmm  SeoGovakade ^Weekend SpecaaSs  Bi>VlNlANA  SPLITS-  *nP-^F���  DELUXE  HAMBURGERS  5Cc  ~PINING-llr-A.M^to-9-P,A^.  CABARET 9 PM. fx> 1:30 A.M.  Live Country and Western Music tor your Dining and  Dancing pleasure provided hy  "Harvey & The Runaways"  mm^m.  mr  *'0"'wf**r>i'"Mr��w"r *r\k'*��*li��*'i<''in<w^Fmm**^L'��tmBmm0m  OOJ"Z'Ji /  1 ��     ' ^  ,     . I IM  Hwy - Socholt  rt-wwhw**^****^ <1**rt��i,*W,����te  m&mm  m  MUtlM  oiincie  r rt   \yw  *���'' ' ',<��'��''- -  , 1  t.  eHINHE-7-  SMORGASBORD  7^';'      "      ���    ���       ;  5t30-p.m,-to��8;00��.p,m,  "S-jturday^an^'Surtflay-  mm  Served In Dining Rdom  Saturday nnd Sundny  W^M***^*��it*^*(*(^��i^1����^^  . U   1  PRIME RIB ROAST  '\;,i/:'-;>,,'-l3i95r;A,'/: tttt>  ���: ; - WlTrlVAi-Lv'THE^TRil^^lN^f:^!i*  ' ������j'iii����i.iu7i',i|i|i|7  1  JilJ  m<mM*m*tm  #4<p*  ��*&****��  I  -      ������ * ,    fc..i   . ��.��;,,���l).��i.���,,.,���.7>lH.��j(^M-4. ,..��1.,,|.��J1, ,  '<W^^WprwmM������WiH^lli#��it'g,i'Mftw.rrwW, y IW^WW^MwaswH��WMWrtrr.frwW  ���_%*>% ���.[*%* X\\ is* ,*"'*. ((   . i -1 ' $4j��lV' V '^*^ _' \  s~  :-Q_  .',  Sechelt group  Auxiliary Public Luncheon  attracts record attendance  Fncjo C ? Th'r Pmymis  Wednesday. June 28  ��� <*. \  tyi^l Arls Counqi^ eniers Sea Cavalcade event..  ).in-   mT   llifMfi  \.  \-  IN   ciN^NKCnON  vfi\h   Ihr-^Sea   Cava  .>���  .cuin*:l"iir4t\ Con*  I  ll,'     I  i .Il\ r-|lir|*��  *l\jl   .       I,.  ������      l','l*ll(.*.H  i ui.-  wlui  imlt'il   hi  ukii'    surfcss.    Auxiliary  Mr,   F\ >���  M. >���;<:��� rip  and  v i')i  in. ih.Hik  rvpryT  niaUiii.:*,  this  a  speetar- .  THERE   were  220  people  Served,  an   increase   of   -?f>'  over   lavt   year,   at   the  annual public.*   luncheon   put   <^n   by   the  it. Mary's Hospital  a the Sechelt Le'R-  Sechelt Auxiliary to  Thursday. June 22iul  ion   Hall.  'l.|*-*--.y.iiiv.'i..n". Mrs, Eve Moscrip and  rn riiiivrnni Mi I <e*e Ivedinan. had every-  liiiiiH. w.-ll r(i!*.uni'/.(*(l. Hy II a.m. the  foml w.i:. ui dully arrayed cafeteria  sis1 Ih u ul) Ilit-5- staft nt' Auxiliary memberr, _  , I*P:uly    Ir*   -ervp, . ���   x  ll.,' le-.ses at the lio.rr were Mr-,. Phyl-  li-    r.ukpv   and   Mrs.    Ada   L>av;.\   Mrs.  ��� TVlaij.'.arel Uiunni was lhe loud suprr-  \i.or for the lunelieon and also helped  Mrs. Dorothy Carter make th" homemade vegetable soup. Cooking the coined  beef were Mrs. Charlotte Jackron and  Mrs. Sylvia Jackson. Mrs. Marg Morgan  assisted Mrs. C. Jackson with serving  of it.  Looking like an add for a famous din--  ing   room   was   Mr.   Bob   Norminton in.  were headecj, hy Mrs. Connie MacDonald  assisted by lyjrs. Doris.' Pringle a^d Mrs.  Kay Purdy and other helpers who moved.in as their jobs in the dining area  were  finished.       ���  Publicity. Mrs. Marg. Morgan, saw  tn tlie placing nl" Hie posters paitded l>y  Mr.    Kill I    Keichel.    Works   nf   ail    every-  members all  worked one 'way ui another, on .the lunch-  con. The thrift shop volunteer*-, carried on  at the shop. Mrs. Ermon Robertson did  her stint at the extended care unit after  Working the early morning* shift at the  hall   helping sto  set   up   tables.  Thanks  to  the  public  who  braved  the  weather   to   lunch  uit.h   Ihe 'Auxiliary.  Y-il - i  on  Clin  till  'I  beii '_  to    he  tacU"  phi-iM.'  ���o:  be ;n  con1���>  .ir-        lllf  l.rj.lll*.!'  .,11 i'i >-l.'iy',  I;    Mail  pni.  ��� I- .year  \   Arts' Coun-  an   Ail   an,I   (''ia!l   I;aIu|-,-iI  July' V.7\    ;it"    ihe   United  in   tiihsons   from   12   noon  ��� j-'  the  theme  of  'the  Sea'   is  Landing, some 20 yean;  carried through in all the exhibits  shown. Anyone not 'already con-  who wishes to exhibit, please  Mrs. Irene Anderson 886-2095.  particular interest on display will  authentic  model of a ..ailing ship,  leiely hand-made. bv lVIr. Joe Wheel  er of nranlhaTn-;  *-���*���;,,.  At*.n alr.ng' with the njnm exhibit will  \ic a display of* clnldren':, work-rMrs.  Joan Wain's grade Ii class .if CibsniTs  Elementary School. The. work shown will  be pen and ink. crayon and oainting,  following the theme of 'the Sea'.  Everyone is welcome and there is  no admission charge. When Von ave looking for something to do-in between the  other 'Cnvaleade' e\ents. remember-Iho  Art Kxhibit. Then; *v*ill be an interesting  doOr   pri'/e.  mmmimms&smmssm^itsm^SBBm&  Valley     Tow Rite  1ER'.MICHES-  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS      x  -- .available  Sunshine Coast Highway  885-2812  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon        v  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  BUILDING SUPPLIES  his chiefs hat and apron, official carver  on 'tlie baron of beef. Mr. Black, dieti-  ciar at Sl_ Mary's'���Hospital," readily agreed to cook the huge baron of beef at  the hospital with Mrs. Danforlh food  supervisor attending to it personally. The  customers raved about the tastine'ss of  the meal, tbe Auxiliary members appreciated tlie smell lor that was all they got!  l'Yirtunately Mrs. Rose Rodway cooked  a spare baron of beef and when the first  one ran out there was another lo take its  place. Assistant servers were Mi;:*. Merle  Mulligan and  Mrs: Marge  Dellart.  The making of the potato salad done  by Mrs. Marge Espley, Mrs. Norma Hanna and Mrs.  Eileen  Bystedt.  Home-made pie convenors were Mrs.  Eva Hayward and Mrs. Mary Redman.  Pie makers���many, many auxiliary members.  Tea and coffee Mrs. Dorothv McCal-  lum and Mrs. Celia Messner. Cashier Mrs.  Doris Housley. W-aitresses Mrs. Billie  Steele, Mrs. Lily Dunlop, Mrs. Eileen  Hochuck.    i  . Customers, having ordered lunch were  seated at the tables, enhanced . with  brightly checkered red and white-clothes.  The theme was British pub scene. Colors  of the day were red, white and blue. The  bar girls wearing British flag colored  aprons repeated in the ribbon cap on their  hair and the rest of their attire. Waitresses taking orders for wine or beer were  Mrs. Ina Grafe, Mrs. Beulah Lav/son, Mrs.  Rose Rodway, Mrs. Peggy Connor.  The congenial bartender again this  year was Mr.' Orv Moscrip who says he  enjoys this job working for and with the  ladies. They in turn appreciate his help  immensely. His -able helper behind the  bar   was   Mrs.   Paula   Gibbons.  The aprons, tablecloths and head  bands were the work of Mrs. Lily Dunlop  and added much to the atmosphere. Mrs.  Alva Booth was in charge of decorations. The cartoons on the wall were  drawn by Mr. L. Meadows.  The   hardworking   gals   in   lhe   kitchen  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed  Repairs Fast Service  WASHFRS -  DRYERS -  RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  John  Bunyan  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  For    service    on    small    appliances,    toasters,  vacuums, etc. Dropoffs and pick-ups at  Trail Bay Hardware in Sechelt.  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPttfT  1653  Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie  Street  -  Sechelt -   885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for^uncan's Ceramic product!  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO   SERVICES  -Free  Estimates -  Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166. Port Mellon. B.C.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE  US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CHARTER  BOATS  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services:. 11 a,m.; 7 p,m,  Wednesday:' Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Sprylco���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER   Phono:  886-7)07  ^.RENDER-HARBOUR���  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNPAY SCHOOL AND BIPLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11 i00 A.M.  ..     "  Pastor Roy.. Walter S, Ackroyd  Madeira Pork ��� 883-2374  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOAT1NG  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE GAR CLEAN-UP  SIMON 1ZING  Esslemonr Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  RADIATOR SHOP  Take the HEAT OFF Your Engine Cooling  System Repairs, Autos - Trucks -Tractors -  Oil   Coolers   -   Heat    Exchangers   -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Recoring  DAILY AFTER 6 P.M.���ALL DAY WEEKENDS  4/10 MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  ���.,���.., Experience rriakcs the.differcnce.    ,  ,  BANKS ^_  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  ������_,.,��� ���,,,,,  HOURS;.._.,_ ,������__  Sechelt: Tues.'-Thwrs. 10 a.Tfn.-3'p.m,  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.-6 p.m.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 ' Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24'  Calalina   Cruiser.   Guides available.   Local  Experienced Skippers.      Phone .-��� -4-~  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE  RATES  Phone:  Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING   CHIMNEY CLEANING    _^  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  ELECTRICIANS   (Cont.)  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial  Wiring  ior  JIM  McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiring and Major  Appliance  Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Seehelt,  B.C.   ��_ .  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062  RflACHSNE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  3&f-Fobricatiny       Marine Ways   Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard  Marine Station  Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  RETAIL  STORES  (cont.)  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets       Phone 886-7721  FUEL  MARINE   SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at  Francis Peninsula  NURSERY  ������sr  c  p,  ANADIAN     f~ROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and   Dolphin  -  Seehelt,  B.C  F  BLASTING  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPELCHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10(00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco ^ 11 si5 a.m,  Kvonlnn Sorvlco 7)30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Pavii Pay Road and Arbiitui  (2 block* up from Highway) '  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATbb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORk FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donlpy 883-2734  Tho United Church of Canada,  SERYICES   -r' (3 -(r-...4...-4-.-.'l','.,-r  St, John'* United Church - Pavli Day  Sunday Sorvlcos * 9i30 o.m.  Roborti Crook United  Sunday Sorvlcos - ?,|30 p.m.  Glbiom Unltod Church  ...���,-.-swndgy Servlces-w-i'"113 a,mr   -,  Port* Motion Unltod  '    Sunday Sorvlcos - 7i30 p,m  (jZnd and M\\ Sundtw)  Ministry  Rov. Jim Wllllamwn �� GlbBonn,- 006,2333  JtS��tt����(pWWt'r*  wa.amwBiBWMKi  J   'Baptist Church Services  bethel-pAptist-chmrch^  Mermaid nnd Trail, Socholt  .  " Sunday:School,;10;00 am. .  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  005-9660  y^c  CA^AROAOIISTVCHURCH  9me *-v1K(!��^��H'^Hta*^ii**>'*! ��� ^^^^������'���^"<^M'^>'^i>it��'j ���"���' '^mmt^mt-im?^fr&*te&i)t!. s^w*-  Pork Road, Glb.oni  Morning, Worship 9f30 a.m.  ��� Suncldy School JOi-45 q,m.  Evening followahlp 7! 00 p,m,  , 006.2150  Rev. J., C. I lrirrls_ Interim Pastor  '"���177 A  WATER SURVEY SERYICES  For Export Blasting     "  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 805-2304 L. C. Emorson  If No Answer Uoayo Monsciflo ot  flflB-9326  R.R. 1, SQcholt, B.C.  BUILDERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS   FOK. ALU TYPES-OF-BASEMENTS  ���   EASY ERECTION ANP STRIP-PING  nconH>Ifito 17Tt��tr>IippciiTn"Pr^affd ""*'"  FISHER FORM RENTALS  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Box 798        Phone 885-2021        Sechelt, B.C.  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain-Rock, etc  ..'.^.,.....r.^.Box..Q9l>,Madeira.wPork���.  PKohe 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall ancl Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  ���_~MM-^Phone~886-7643~~-��--��~--  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravol - Backhoos  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Seehelt, B.C;  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloarlng - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill -Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone; Sochelt 885-9550  ��� ���  I', ' ��� ^f->W^"��y**~~*4-.����� >���'���) ������������ ��� ��� m ��� n��ii ��� �����., -I, ���..     ii  ,ii���  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping y SeJeotlYa Logging  PETE DUBOIS'  R��R, 1, Madeira. Park, B.C.  P.Y. Sorylcos Ltd,  LOG HAUM^CONTRAC|OR  Plroct all enquiries loj^   PI��potchor or 005-9030, axm, 1)0^7375  OHM Hour*. fl*3Q q,m, U),^30,p,m.  . ,  DISPOSAL SERVICES    ""*  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON io OLE'S COVE  To|i 006.3930 or OQS-9973  '���'"'""''^'���"Ca^    ' >'   Whon Ronavoilng Or Spring Cloanlng,v,'  CpnlnliTora AYo||atj|a',   ^        ��  RNIE WI DM AN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���--Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry" Plants - Bedding Rtonts - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  ROOFING AND FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  K**^  WfMMMMMM  mmmmwp*twm  BflA..  ���MMMMMMUM  ������������HHwai  FocAII^YoMr^onoYatlon.  Alterations or Finishing Wqrk  "';"��� "���""���    call  "'    '  ;orZuldoma  TRicoi^ivia���^  CUSTOM HOMM������- PRB-PAB HOMES  High Quality ��,. Reasonable Prices  Buy q Paqkann ond mroct It yowraolf, or got  ,,    ,.   ..our profo*��lonol help, .    .  GARDEN DAY, B.C, . Phono t.o*, 003-2723  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD,  Residential'* Industrial and Marino VYlrlno  ThoiSr886:7244  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  fRosU1onllal7anU"Comm and  Denlpn, 9A Hour Anworlnfl Sorvlco,  .��� 'frijr" Estimates  Dob Lambnit i _'  006.7605 Cd Pollnnky  ,  V/ynpnort Road.Sunihfna Coan Hlfjhwny '  Do�� 860 - Gibsons      ,     .  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  "Spsom''" '���-"������:-"'?-"���'"������ "'���:'--';:886-2322'  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Seqhelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  All makon Vacuumed, Cleaned ancl Repaired  All WorK Guarariteed      . ,  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Pox 79B Soohelt, P,C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Pomestlc - Commercial - Industrial  Telepliono 885-9606  Box 164, Secholt. B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  "1**^NeithTrifl"*D6Wrr^   , , ��� .,Ua!iti..P.Iu(T.blna , ,  Roy Blanche r-, 883.2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  ~*'" ��� "WROUGlTfTROiTlAlLi'NGS"'*'"""  ���    AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 006-7029 - 006-7056 ��� 006-7220  ���,,,;;��� , .TREE;;ESTIMATES.  [ 7 ' ���  ���.JANltOlli-SERVICE--������  Welcome to The Floorshlno Cqast   L--.���HOWE-SQUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Spoc|a||��t�� In Cleaning ~ Floor Waxlna  , Spray Dufflnp - Window Cloanlnq  1  RUG SHAMPOOING  ^Phonr886:713T^Grh1o1iC',X:  " JOHNSON'S  DUILDINQ MAINTENANCI  SpoclalUlna In: ��� ���  f"  Paper Hanalno* ihtorlar B. Extorlor docoratlng.  Rug Cleaning. All lypoa of Oulldlng  Malntcnancei, Floor Installation,  Window Clodnlng,  7     PHONH 003.971 S AFTER 4 P.M.;  Box 642 - Socholt, B.C.  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798   . Sechelt,. B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Wafer Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  LTD.  Govt* Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  ���PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  ;i;  Everything lor the Do-lt-Yoursellor ..t  ��� :  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  ���       ��� Len Cootes 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 - 88.6-7872  PENDER HARBOUR        ~  PLUMBING 8. HEATING  -"-ptfj-^B-|iqG-r-HYDRONlC'HEATING'���~"  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  ^    Gov't. Certified Plumber   .       -.-���-..,  Phone 883-2720  Box 63 Madeira Park, B.C.  RENTALS     ,  ������.*������- ���������**. nm l.i ������ 11. ��� ��� ������.-.���.�������� 1. -.-. ii.. ii 1-.n1 .1 m .i 1.' -11��� ���--m . 1 f,  ,1. -  A. G. Rentals  -Tools, and-Ecjuipment  Garden Bay, B.C;       Phone 883-2585  -���������V-> 1 ���,���,���.-!,"RENT"*IT AT"',- ������"���'.������7-'''  THE RENTAL SHOP.  al* Dayis Pay  ''Wo R<intor Sail Almost Evo-ryihlnip''  Typawrltara - klnlitlng Plants - Tolovlnlona  Roto Tillers 9 Coniont Minors�� Lawn Rakoa  ���>t*'w*w^��^^  PHONE Q85-Z8/I8 .-��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  ���'*--���"���*���     ' ARTER HOURS 885.215)   '       '  SEWING  MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales ahd Service To All  Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING  GOODS  __ .  _____  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used ...  Large & Small  885-9832 SecM*.  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  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  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a,m. to 5:30 p.m.  ;     Friday evening by appointment only.   '7  TOWING  ���*<��-  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAtf*  ''"*'Heavy'Equlpme^  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425       '      '  TRANSFER  RETAIL STORES  CM HARDWARE  ���.,,,,���...,... SECH.EIT,..,B.C.  ���APPLIANCES-* HARDWARE -  HOMErFURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  . ' , the.to'gger;y;-.' Z:'~Z  Ladles' ancf C|illdron's JYoqr '  Opon ,��l�� days �� yveoK i-   Phono 885-2063 ,  CT9*i^*M41I.J-im4>tl&0l'-'''<M4i44imm>��^  owrlo Sfrro'W* Socholt  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving,' Packing, StoraaV  v Packing Materials For S9I0  Membor.of Allied Van Lln����, '����� �����. ��� -  Canada's No, 1 Movers-    ,  ' '"   '  Phone 886-2664, R,R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES      Gibsons 886-2172  ?AlvLXSf 5Y)?5 R0M VANCOUVER  SERVIMG THE SECHELT PENINSULA  ..?fr.?,^h,.^.!'l!rt' l��yt:M andJioflYy, hnMllnt  T.V; nnd RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  8, SERYICE LTD.  ,-.. ADMIRAL   ~ .u feLECTROHOME,. -��  and   ZENITH ,  DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson  In Tho Hoqrt7,Qf,:Downtown SochQlt.  ^W^SochqU-.. ( Q85-9816  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  -Ypu r*0MS I ness-Gard*  In this space will  roach nearly, 10,000 people!  ���   Low cost �� Hloh powor  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS fl, SERYICE  Agent for Hofmos Typewriters  ' PHONE 886^728 ���  "RrDrThWarr  UPHOLSTERY (  4 BELAIR CUSTOM UPHQLSTfeRY  AND DRAPERIES        ,"  Raupholatcrlnfl - Restyling - Comploto Dr��"Pff>   serylca - Samplos ��|.own In .ho homo    , '  7 Phono 886-205IH 7  JUw  ���yyiaWHfWji^^tpiiiqww^^  7T  X-  mlmiMm%mmm&>  kW^itfMti  T  _rr.  .'t 7 .:  |  i'' - X  ..Htfs^:  .,,��&&&����&*!.  ���\  \  The Peninsula Tirwes Page C-3  Wednesday, Jui^e 28,1972  Safe Motoring  WINTER!   NIt's   hard   on   cars.   Spinning .  tires, windshield wipers coated with  ice. mufflers scraping over snow banks,  horns  that  won't  blow...  fxnd spring is not much better. There  are potholes to shake up the steering and  tires, and hi*? puddles of salty water to  finish off weakened ignition systems.  The family transportation has taken  quite a beating since the snow tires were  slapped oh, plugs were changed and  radiator was checked: last vfall. There's" a  very good chance that it is no longer  safe.  Approximately 60 per cent of the cars  in provinces of Canada, where there are  compulsory safety check-ups, fail on the  first test.  "That  means* there  are  a  lot  of  potentially dangerous cars on the road right  now,"  said  Phil  Farmer,  Executive  Dir- >*  '    ector of the ^Canada Safety Council. "And  these cars are responsible, for accidents."   Approximately 10-per cent7of all autonao-���  bi.e accidents in the country are caused  bv mechanical ma'function and almost  all of these can be traced to lack^ of  maintenance,, he -said. There were about  .2 miJiion traffic accidents in Canada  last year.   * .  This is why the Canada Safety Council is in favor of compulsory motor ve-  hide inspections, he explained. Inspections are compulsory in Nova Scotia, New  Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and  British Columbia. Partial systems exist,  in Ontario and Quebec and a pilot project is operating in Manitoba.  Drivers must be aware of the fact that  mechanical defects can occur between inspections.  In an effort to fill the gap, the" Can-  ada Safety Council recommends two  different types of safety checks.  The first developed in co-operation  wi;h the Canadian Automotive Trade  magazine, is carried out with an increasing number of garages across the country. The Council makes a safety maintenance check list available to garages.  These lists Gan be filled out by a mechanic and give the motorist a good idea  of-- the condition of- his car.* There-is* no  obligation for the motorist to have work  done at the garage. Yet he ought to know  that faults should not.be left unattended.  The other test, a 10-point diagnosis,  can be carried out by the motorist himself while he is at the wheel of his car..  It focusses his attention on various possible danger points including: brake pedal  sinking to the floor, under light foot pres-.  "sure; car pulling constantly to one side  while stopping; excessive play in the  steering; car vibrating at 50-65 mph; ster-  ing columri shimmies at high pr low  speeds; rear-wheel locking upon light  application of brakes; poor roadability  (requiring constant steering to keep it  on the road); excessive noise or whistling  in the exhaust system; unusual odors inside the car; and inoperative directional  signals.  "A perjjon wrongjly has a tpndency to  yet used to most of these faults as they  gradually develop" Mrs. Farmer said.  Drawing attention to them with the  10-point diagnosis makes drivers realize  how dangerous their cars may be. "But  even better is the check-up at the garage."  Lobster tails-steaks  dining room specialty  COLIN and Barbara Bird, owners of the  Ponder  Harbour  Hotel   at   Madeira  Park- 'stated '.'���lasPwee]^  dining  facilities   at   the   hotel   are  now  under management of Mr, Mik;e Hackett   "arid His'"wifo Linda" ' ''" '*" ,'"1" " ���''������������"���"���'���'  Mike and Linda have, recently arrived   from   restuarant   operations   in   the  jC~    Kootonays, Mlko is an experienced cook  7\     and was apprenticed to the culinary art  in London, England,  Kenamed'lhe"Bayview Dining Room"  ���������-���������-"���' * tho facility* will feature lobster tails and  steaks as a house specialty', Proof of its  good food is tho fact that customers are  already, making repeat visits.  , Both dining room and coffee shop are  now open seven days '.a, week and it ls  hoped thoy will prove ft groat attraction,  to locnl residents as well aa tourists  4. Letter stealing used to be^puhishable.  'by death. The, last hanging for th^t crime;i  took ' place   in   1832.  gUUUlilWUIIfllUIUUIflUI  BtfeNfCS-  SUPERMARKET LTD.  N   formerly E&M  Complete  Line  of   Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary  honour administratot   ���  HALFMOON Bay Hospital Auxiliary  again chose the perfect setting for  their summer smorgasbord supper, namely the spacious porch of the Ed. Cook  home at Eureka, with its broad views  across to the mountains of Vancouver  -Island. A delicious supper of'colds cuts  and a variety of salads was topped by  strawberry shortcake.  Following supper, a business meeting was - held and members expressed enthusiastic support for the suggestion of  a farewell presentation to Mr, A. Wage-  makers, administrator of St. Mary's Hospital, who had given the auxiliaries the  utmost co-operation.  Mrs. Cook gave an excellent report of  gift shop activities and tributes w?re paid  to her and the other ladies Who had put  in many hours of work making the attractive novelties which had proved so  remunerative.  There was considerable discussion of  the suggestion of the Co-ordinating Council that each Auxiliary should send a delegate to the annual convention in November. This would involve an expense  of $600 and members considered'it was  too much money for the amount of benefit achieved,' and* money that could . be  more advantageously used in other directions, It was the opinion of the members  that one delegate appointed from the Coordinating Council could, bring,back,,, all  the information about new developments,  etc. which might be of interest to the  *; auxiliaries. ')  One interesting suggestion was that  the six auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital  should .'get. together... occasionally."for .. a  workshop. There would be no further  business meetings until September, but  the Auxiliary would have a Thrift Shop  duty on 'July 8th. " '" :,!  '"';!  Walter Safety &ny��n  "Think, don't BlnKI  Be water wise I Learn'  nnd practise water  ���afety ovtery day.*  June to September 10th . . .  calls Canadian tourists  NASSAU,   Bahamas   ���   Most   pople,   at the best in Bahamian delicacies and local  least once in a lifetime, want to feel cuisine.    Such    dishes,   as    turtle    soup,  totally   uninhibited  ���  to  kick  off  their stemmed   mutton,   conch   stew,   crab   'n'  shoes, for example, and dance down the ^ice, potato  bread  and  johnny  cake  are  main street of the old home town���with- \ featured. Also available are such far out  out   getting   charged   for   disurbing   the  peace.  Unfortunately, no city in Canada can  ..offer such freedom���except perhaps during Grey Cup festivities. But even here,  definite restrictions are in force.  culinary experiences as Fu Fu, a combination of Bahamian meats, okra and mixed vegetables served in a thick spicy  sauce.  Tourist Attraction  The hypnotic rhythm of cqwhells  ,vg_j���*-|r^tg]^''"dWmFT^cfi^a sweeping crescendo as gaily-clad .Goombay  dancers of the Bahamas bob and  weave their way along Nassau's famous Bay Street. These are some of  the sights and sounds of Bahamas  Goombay Summer which runs from  June 4 to September 10.  Other    attractions    include   Goombay  shopping _wjth_special -bargains  at  each  There  is  a "cou"ntry~h"owe"ver,~_nl^t  a" store;  special books   containing   discount  bargains; and fashions for the ladies.  A change from last year's program  will see the Royal Poinciana Festival incorporated into Bahamas Goombay  Summer. It will now bo known at "Poinciana June". This portion of Goombay  Will begin the festivities June 4 and run  throughout the remainder of the opening  month.  The festival marks the bloom of the  Royal Poinciana, a flaming red flower  adorning the narrow, winding streets,*  public parks and private gardens of Nassau during early summer. Leading off  this year's Goombay program will be a  gigantic, parade featuring, the Royal Bahamas Police Band, the Bahamas Drum  ���      ,   _.      _., _ _ m    .       and   Bugle  Corps   and   floats   decorated  ion  Board,   the   Frceport-Lucaya^Tou^  and Convention Board, and the Bahamas    ^onth of june. Rawson Square and other  few hours away by jet and right off the  coast of North America, which provides  such opportunities each summer. The-  country is the Bahamas, and this years  will mark the second annual "Bahamas  Goombay Summer" program, ' where  street dancing from dusk until dawn is  just one of many attractions for the  vistor.  The unique summer-long folk festival  and people-to-people program, inaugurated , last, year, resulted * in one of the  most successful promotions ever for a  tourist destination, Goomlbay Summer  1972 will be held from June 4 to September, 10, and is again being, jointly sponsored by' the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the Nassau-Paradise Island Promot-  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  Madeira Park  Phone 883-2698  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English Bane China  * Pauline Johnson alrid Welch's Candies  *   Hand Made Arts.and Crafts  *   Cards an^GJrV-'Wr,  ''��'��^l^w����^��l^^n^w��^w^��lli^l^^^i>^^l��^l^^^��il  Hotel Association.  <.--���-.-. Some of the :, special Goombay Suitw  mcr events Include a Shoppers' Mall  night on Bay Street In  Nassau,'and"at  'the   International   Bazaar   in   Freeport.  areas in downtown Nassau will be' decorated daily ��� with1 the Colorful flower.    "**  Nassau and Freeport nro not tho only  two vacation areas In the Bahamas ecle-  ^ration Goombay Summer... The Out Is-  i11  .' PuH���   yJ*V?> ��S yillJlQ, h0 d in   '?\h, >nds~Abaco,....Andn>s,_ Berries, �� Bimjni,.,,  ~dtlesrprtlh~lho-B^  HISS"*," choked Island; Deep Wate;  proved; so popular lasl year to follow, Cay, EJcuthoru, Exuma, Harbour Island,  ,.,,:,.,AFov.-.:enlort��inment,��thero-:wllhbe-tho. Long Island, Norman's Cny,'San* Salva-  Bahamas Folklore Group, singing and dor and Spanish Wells���arc offering scv-  danclng in national costume from, curly oral specials ln conjunction, with doom-  Bahamian days: and performances by the' bay. v  wodd   famous   Royal   Bahamas   Police        Many hotels will offer froo snorkling  ^ '    7 ,     " gear,, tennis, green fees, airport transfers,'  ., For"iIbosp with an urge ,to try*various ,"bicycles,.sailboats -and fishing. .One*-nor-  foodn, Bahifmhs Gooir^bny' (SitrhiW offorl.1  M^Ornpll'ihcritary- wine- With  dinner;'  another1 offers a free sighlseajng boat  cruise; and yet another a free flight from  Nassau,  ��� The Goombay Summer festival wns  designed wllh several alms, including exposure of tho Bahamian, aujturo to visit-J  ors, and creation of' a porson-to-porson  relationship ���bolwaon"thso " visitors '"and'  the Bahamian pooplo,. *��� ��  j^r^-^.-rrf "d#r^v*.rl,ifl(i�� itfar^njK&.PV'  tt^mm^fiftmi.  B.CJURKEY  is a great cut-up  '                          ��� ���!���     ��� '���   ��� ��� -7. .  Many peoplo still.think of turkey only IrV tprms of tho  magnificent whole bird o,n the |io||day Jable, But this is  only part of 'the''story of turkey \t6dei'/;i.Bt'C'^hornem,aker8''''  "���aro'dlscoveringthat turkey'sqgmQnts^re'nbt'qhiy,; thrifty'-***"  but filled with possibilities for everyday rneajllilno uso. It  takes only a short lime to out a..^b\e.|ty^ji'yBlptpi druni-  'Stloks, Ihighs, ''b'rbasts arid 'other' "pieces' ~; perfedt' for "'"'  barbecues and oaesoroles. Turkey ils-Jdoal for fonduo  oooklng, too - simply cube and dip Irt light batter. And  that's only a beginning., Turkey Is a, yoarrround food  favorite ,,, , an ooonomloal and highly varlod way to  enjoy a nutritious moat courso'Fo'rjthe loomploto story  ,on;B,C,-grovyn turkey, Including,ft yarletyrof delightful,. 7,  roolpoa.'wrlta: ,     ,, " ' 7 ���,., ,  >,.���><. r       n     . ���       i ���        r.     I   ri    "        , "    <��� |"^ t   't     ���������*���      ,   '*�� ��� '  ^*S?ft  .    ^ Ml^,-^        iM !-* ^  *' B.C. FOOD  *i(Jl^ )i.  i^U'tftiiT  ION  ��� GOVERNMEN1] OR BRI*r|J5H COLUMBIA  P^rllamont Bulldlnija, Vlbtorla, B.C.  *!<���( 4*irHWrfSr��l"*f'��t"!*.*J(lirl!(��fl��ri' JUi  iSl'S��*'(lT��H,<*!*'-i*,,5��  *'.  ,H��L*M.#,'lr*.>,t>.l'4l9*4  MflnWiMiiMMiHiiHiMiiiniiniinfi^^  m��immm*Hmmift��  THE  ���*  r*  *"v'(Higliw4"r V01. "Madeira' Park)  proudly announces tho opening of  ��*fli^'tt  i 9 t,      )UU|tf��        (  iB*��|***H��n(W'W����*',',^^^>'M'^ ���  ac7/ R   -    ^h  ��� ����"��t|��** v��a **n��*Sm WSCJ *-��*i��c  view c^L^inina tyoom  *'7r>r  17  ��*rtH��^H(M^)4i^*w^��#s^6S* ^fWflr^se**  SPECIAPZING IN T-BONE STEAK AND l-OBSTER TAll-S  Loqal poldgntes  Socholt. doloffutoH Dr. MrH.;131{ikd Al- \\\ Vnncouvor ovor'Uio��ivookoml (owl-* - VYnrron and Mrn. Warren nt llio cloa-'��,  iloi;non (loft) woro nmonK-Bomo' 2(H)- Ink1 Juno 11). Thoy enjoyed " a pc- "ing nnll, Wnrron Via. 'guest snonkor  ntlondlng 1ho Cnnadlnn Chiropractic twoon-ttancos* chat ��� with 1 provincial   ut tho flnalpanquct.  Western Convention \yhlch concluded ConaorvaliVo ��� Pflrty. lofldey  Porrfl" <:.      ���  "7���7 ���������'���- ���-���"     *���-   *  ^l^WWM^f.^iPiMnii^^  [Wp^JWaW.WW"Wi*Wt#��i  i����#*Sft*'  *WWWM#MMMWWIIW��yl-^i^.WW  Featuring a comprahqn- ���  sIyq moiui clqsignod for,'  your illnlnu ploosura; In-  xlucJ||irj,^1'Tha*r-uayvlaw"  {.pqclqlly   of    "Surf   &  Turf,", 0 tloll^qtoly cook-  *tA\gr\or\.  ,l    |IWWVWWMWI��ll>OIVWMl��W��W��WVll  'Ybu ara cordially Invited  M  1 * '  i'i   ���    I  All   Pining   Facilities  .  , ,.     , .,. ,        ,r I  aro   now   under ' Now  ' 7 * '  *. ��� -ManagcrnQnt.  ���" ���-  mmtmmwmm  Jo ylslf "TI.W,. Bayviow," t  1" * * *        *     *'    ���  ar,. lunch   and ' iuppor,  ,; 'whoj-o., pleading' you will,  !uo pleasing gs7   "*  1       < 4,     ,,.. 1.1.  ^������4��im4m44'>m4m9m49t4mfmrm4444tim04m49��mit:m'"  Also Ylslf "Tho BayYlovy"  r 1 1  Coffee Shop' full courso   ���������  FULL HOTEL'FACILITIES    ���        M '��� -      ..  7, ,. ,.    . ���    T  INCLUDING VIEW ROOMS      'LjL^l 2 m?a,s qro qvallablQ dal!^  - ��� -*��� "Phono 883-2377,y,'t'��f':'''^;7i';;^,Sp,rtVto9p1mrv;*''rl  wm  itimm/imtwvii&dm  1   '  ����u.   ...  r  \  4mw��$tw#im  n��nmm��WK^Mimii>rM^^  ^mmmmm*mm  *^mmt<mim*tyt-l <mm#mmm*>  r  w��Ww��i��lw*W^^  ' ,.    I  l.ilB��i�����Ul����a*tlW''H,.��BilH'MtMUt^':'^**^lfc'**B^KtW'^^  ��*I1*1*K�� ���<����w.(!*^4'*i  -f^l*W"(rowMt*IW,��� \  \  *rr- \  \  ews  is  T  fIF.W  ���     l In  Scoit  tdrs  Y,,ik ,1<o" Reohelt,  thPn  onto  Peru;  i   (ravelling   Jones'   Mr.   and . Mrs.  and  Janet Jpnes were recent  visitor  Scott's   parents   Capt.   and   Mrs.  Gord'". Jones in Sechelt.  71k.. Wilson Creek Brownies* and their  Moiht'i's outnumbered the other packs on  the .(casionof the Premier's visit to Se-  ciifii. in I'act it would have been a skin-  uinl  of Rrnwnie',s  without   thfAn.  -, Martha Hebert of. Sacramento, it  in  \  Tho "Airrilini  et'n   Doi-Kar,  ���by Peggy Connor  nv  Well versed in greeting Brownies  Premier W. A. C. Bennett extends  his hand lor the Brownie hand-shake  which delighted  tlie young    people  Brownie   Spirit  during his informal visit, to Sechelt  on Saturday. "Don't ever try to be  anything other than yourself said  the  Premier    of  British    Columbia  whose visit was enjoyed by the many  people who had the opportunity to  talk with him.  spt'U'.'i'ri twn weeks with  kjer parents  SciiiHli, Mr  and Mrs   Hebert. Martha has  he.('uir.ther's sister with her, Mrs! Myrtle  ,'Ainii.���.**.��������� and daughter Betty, from River  Pii,,.    near   Sacramento.  Mi i.ily Dunlop, ofReohr-lt, has her  si.,i,.i Mrs. Rose Maitlaiul from Richmond  visiiuiK Arriving in time to take in the  ��� Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hetyjital's lun-  chrnn. * .  Mrs. Clampitt headed four generations  0f tier family^ at the luncheon, the Jack  TRedn.tin's, Bruce Redman's and the great  grandchildren Ryan and Daren. The maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Tom  Ritchie added to 1he party making it '  three generations on their side.  Mis. Ruby Hatcher and "her sister Mrs.  Hilda Howe flew to Calgary for a ten  day visit. Tn"is was the first time they  htid7.'.-n any part of the prairies and  found it of great* interest.  Mi-,. Bubbles Creighton was thrilled  wiili I lie news that her son Tommy had  received an award for '"Effort and Achie-  veineni" -at the St. George's School in  \';iin**niver in the eighth grade. Tommy's  aim! and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harley  Cl**\eland treated him to supper up at the  ���'Gr.iu.sc Nest top of Grouse Mountain.  A &wix\  delight for  him.  SHOWER  Friends associated with Mrs. Mary  Flay in the L.A. to Brownies^ and Guides  held a shower fOr her Mother's Day baby  "Ginn".  Mrs. Pat Nestman's home was the  location, June 13th the day. Mrs. Flay  was greatly surprised and pleased with  the lovely gifts which were placed in  a  heauti.fu 1 playpen. */  Happy to be there were,* Mi"5. Charlotte Jackson. Mrs. Dianne-Bennw, Mrs.  Lori Bryson, Mrs. Harriet Newton, Miss  Bet ty Powers, Mrs.. Donalda Sigouin, Mrs.  Dianne Young, Mrs. Paula Gibbons, Mrs.  Lou Goodwin, Mrs. Pat Nestman, Mrs.  Mary Flay. Sorry not there were; .Mrs.  Cay Nelson, Mrs. Lynn Jorgensen, Mrs.  Hnih Kolbus, Mrs. June Sheridan, Mrs.  1'ei.t.y Connor who sent wishes and contributed to the occasion celebrating a  uluiv   Brownie,  WEDDING  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wood of West Sechelt had a real ball up at Williams Lake.  The occasion was the wedding of a for- u  mer   neighbours   son,   Randy   De   Leen-  heer.  Mrs. Jack Cochell's daughter Donn-a-  married Randy, son of Phil and Hilda  Dc Leenheer (formerly of West Sechelt)  all residents of Williams Lake. The wedding was held in St; Peter's Anglican  Church with the reception in the Legion  Hall on  June  16th.  It was old home week for the Woods,  Charlie and Joyce Stewart from Kelowna, they lived in Selma Park before as  did Mr. and Mrs. Tony and Florence De  Angeles and their three boys who now  reside in 100 Mile House.  Mr. and Mrs. Alf ancl Ann Garry, West  Sechelt now call Powell River home,  Randy's .'rundmolher Mrs. Ethel Barnes  and'Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Helen Wein-  handel, from Gibsons, also travelled up  to Williams Lake, for the occasion,   Extended  care  patients  were7treatcd  to a Father's Day part.) Juno 18th, hosted by  the  Port Mellon  Auxiliary  to  SI,  /Mary's Hospital. Mr, Sinclair being the'  eldest father, present cut the special cake  decorated  with  a masculine  motif  with  fishing rods and golf clubs, ������-  Entertainer for tho afternoon was Mr.  Emery   Scott   on   his   button   accordtan.  y~v<*\hint.eer^ wfi-e Mrs, Dor-  Mrs.   Margaret   Swan.   Mrs,*s  Mona Smith, Mrs. Wilma Sim. Mrs. Mary  Kenny.  The-ladies were haid up un th��_ way  to --the hospital as thoy came along at*  the time of the bad accident on the  highway, in fact if they" had not 'topped  to pick up one of -.heir members they  would have. been in tli-a spot of Hie car  that-was tragically Uruck.  VISITORS  Recent Visitor-- t.i the Sunshine Co a-. I  were Mr. and Mr-*. Carl Eiie frost who  were guest.-*, of Mr, and Mrs. .Norman  lloffar nfNSe.-ret Cove Mi, Frost is fourth  generation of the taimly renowned for  hunting   and   fishing   knife   nuinufaeluiv.  Presently visiting agents in Canada  and the United States, the Frosts also  spent several days in Vancouver Where  they were guests of the Pete Hoffars  aboard the MV Keo���Keo on a cruise of  the Howe Sound.  As a momento of their. visit to the  Sechelt area, the Frosts received a wood  carving of the. dogwood and thunder-  bird1, the~work���ttf--eur���local ���a-mst��� E-rme-  Page C-4 The Peninsulq Timer  Wednesday, June 28,1572 *  Elphinstone students  wind-up another term  TWO  recent  events  at   Elphinstone  Sec-  ���"'"  onclary  SofTool Tare -lndicatrans  of"the  approach of the end of another term.  On   June    10th   a   large. turn-out   of  Burnett,  T.O.P.S.   NEWS  Sechelt, new evenings T.O.P.S. Club  meeting will now lie held Tuesday evenings at 7:110 in* the Sechelt Legion. Hall.  All  new  members  welcomed.  THANK-YOU  Wilson Creek Community . Association  thanks everyone for their support during the past year. There will be> no more  coffee parties or meetings until the Association re-convenes in September.  ye sure to  drown all fires  PREVENT FOREST FMS!  Grade 12 students and their parents enjoyed a delightful supper at Casa Mar-  li'r,v* to mark the end <>f i'.i years, of  f-.iuralion. Some had already graduated  ui the end qt the tirst semester in Janu-  . hi.*, arid had an opportunity lo meet again  with  their  classmates.  At the end of the supper, Mr. "Montgomery asked Mr. "Hanna to bring greetings I ruin the Department of Education  ui id-Mrs.' Labonte expressed her best  vvi��es/as representative of the School  Board.  Speaker of the evening was Mrs. Day  who retired two years ago^but who had  been prevailed upon by ^the students who  had had her as a teacher, to return and  speak. She told the girls that without  Women's Lib they could achieve anything they wished if they would only  ���mute 'sblidly~ She..advanced 'to ..the.. hoy_  the theory that they had a difficult* time  during adolescence because it was necessary I'or them to be tested. The weak  drop out and take to drugs or other forms  of release but those who face the challenge of youth are the strong, and go  forward to form a group in whose hands  we- can  safely   trust  lhe  future.  The second event was one-*honouring  the students who had achieved a better  than B average on each of the three report   cards   to  date.  - Thirty-two students qualified from  Grades 8 to 12. Twenty-eight -went to  V/esl Vancouver on Monday, June 19 and  after a ride to the Grouse's Nest in the  gondola, lunch in the cafeteria and a  walk in the clouds, they descended and  spent the rest of the afternoon around  Park Royal.  Those who qualified were: Grade 8���  Susan Dixon, Lisa Kampman and Julie  Gallup; Grade 9���Dean Goddard, Kim  Gregory, Debbie Hill, Vickye Fearnley  and Kathy Marcroft; Grade 10���Leslie  Dixon, Randy Kampman, Betty Topham,  Elin   Vedoy,  Jo-Anne  Jorgenson,  Debbie  -.Willis,   Rick.... Blakeman, ..Dennise Dom-  broskii, Lynn Oike, Lori Montgomery,  Debby McNevin and Eleanor Lonneberg;  Grade. 11���Cheryl Guelph, Pomponia  Martinez, Bill Passmore and Theresa  Labonte; Grade 12���Margaret Gory, Cathy de Kleer, Eleanor Swan, Mary  Muehlenkamp, Sheahan Bennie, Roland  Kerbis, Ciana Watson and" David Bulger.  When Rowland Hill first proposed the  idea of prepaid postage, it was considered "a wild and visionary scheme".  YOUR BABY'S OWN SHOES  PRECIOUS 10MV! PRICELESS  mWAi/ZEP in  EVERLASTING BRONZE  . Preserve them!.Those first shoes are too precious to lose or store away.  NOW you can have them "ETERNALIZED" in everlasting bronze by  Skilled Electroplating Craftsmen. This amazing process deposits a  heavy coating of actual bronze���making them impervious to moisture,  temperature change, decay. Those precious shoes���with every tiny toe  print, wrinkle or scuff mark���will become heirlooms your children will  pass on to your grandchildren. They will endure for generations.  Guaranteed to please or money back! Send shoes today,,attaching  card with your name and address; or you'may call or'  write for free circular showing ten attractive mountings, to:   ���  \^a��dwetl^^.ridu6.  i  udirietS  Replating and Cleaning Silverware  Box 66 Madeira Park  883-2366  CwriEr  Aided by Premier W. A,  0. Rori-  nott,   Mrs.  Alice    Amelia    French  plaiUa-theTWceplng Scquolu tree 1-  commemorate the Premier's visit 1  Team Work      '*'..,  Socholt and (he opening of Seehelt    who enjoyed tho .informality of Urn  ..    Centennial   Library    Improvement,    occasion and the opportunity to meet  o_,lime J7Ui, Ji>72..jVHlehl-nK���.,^th in- .^"VJUI'^i^lH^i^i^JI:-.,,,,..,.,��� ,  o   "ter est* are* muny of, Hie-youngsters .    ,..,,.. . . .'.   .....  ,   1 '""" '������YoitrcmtrlbittUmiar. Invited  n u s k  ���  byChorylo-Ann E. Jay  Tho pule onuiHo of dunk  Dusts flio soft .siiovv- white clouds        .   "  Blown ln,*by-n hIxoiU'b' westerly wind  Of tho iwll.tr tUty,  Tlie? anion' I toon of sprhitf  WhtaporinK" sounds-of- sl'oneo-     - * -  As (hoy kiss tho pnlo blue' sky     '   '    '  In,tho onrly, ovomIhh wind,  Ollenl birds wing Into lho mmnol  IIoplnM, to find ,toji\on'(iw,  Tha doop groon non  Splnshofl lit. Metal IHbuto  Upon tho pobblod nhoi'0  And on'somo dlslnht horizon *  A lonoly Inland ronahoN  For Iho fndlnfi dnyllidd  Tho lout of lho nun's bannm  Dnnoo In diamond Imnr^a's " "'  Upon,tho Kpntlo.wavo erenti-i,   ,     ,     , .  PtirknoHS doconclH.n.i HliHdowfl [hwpan   . ,  And lodny hoeomos tonight.  Tho pnlo nrnngo of duH|c Is koiio  And nlRht hlnnkolH tho ani-th hi hlnalcnona   *  EscdpliiK from tho muvdown of lodny  S(?f>rchlnB*��i'or��tbo-dnwn* of'tomorrow'mw~*  lrUhQ.,sllph(.o surr'oundlnH thin tiotlhiK,..,,.,  Playing for Promlov and Mrs. W.  -A. C, .Bennett d^rluR their visit U��  . iSecliolt   on   Saturday,   Elphinstone  Tribute  band mombor under the direction of  Mr. .Mel Campbell paid muslcnl,tribute to the^ man who' has held the  highest offlc.1  twenty, yenrfl,  In this province for  m*w>}tm!W.  m<lfcm>m$mim  -^4-  i �� ' '���^^^���0^  Halfmodn Bay Happenings  The, Pcrjins^Ia Times Pago!��� C-5  Wednesdoy, June 28, 197��     l  by    AAQry   TjnklSy        -nnnBnnnfin-n""'^'**"*'*"'r^"~"*"'^'' **""'  ,JTV.T...4iVW.UlH{   of   tlie  T< A,.  n .'h. Ml:  iiu> lio;.eh Cnintnuniiy Association  will be held oi,v Tuesday, July--4th- al tho  Welcome Beach Hall to make finp.l arrangements for tne-Co%Mry Fair to be  11r* 1\1 at Cooper's Green on Saturday, July  17>. All 'ladies wljb are will'ng to help at  the Fair are cordially invited tp the  n.riAin^. ' '  A remindPrMhat Saturday, July 1st at  .I'.!. iinoii tlie Annual General Me?.tin__. of  llif- lloilrfioi'l's Waterworks Disfrict will  Ir- liohi at the Dennis Hunt residence.  Arc-hit.* Rutherford is now resting qui-"  i*il>  at tn*-. home. Another of his brothers  wlio was in Sechelt last week to visit him  in .St.   Mary's   Hospital   was   Dr.   Alex  .:.,ih.*i*t'ord of White Rock.  . Dayle Siobert Jiad made tentative arrangements for a date with the stork at  St.. Mary's Hospital, but was surprised  while on a, w*eek-ehd to Vancouver, with  the result that 7 -lb. 8 oz. TSracie Leanne  arrived on June 17th at Lions' Gate Hospital. Dayle and her husband Ron who  have been living in Halfmoon Bay for  the past six months, have one other child,  2-vear  old Ronda. .  eiv.en who received hivhe-.i a^ref-at^s  on Sports Day. Maine l|*ni revived the  aoactemie- award and was^* commended tor  her   conscientious   work   throughout   the  year7 .particularly -.nr English.     -J   .  There followed ' refreshments of ice  cream cones, cakes' and juice. When it  came to the nioment of parting, there  were even a few tears shed and a number of expressions of affection to Mrs.  Miriam Davie.'the teacher.  Walter Safety says,  "Investigate conditions  BEFORE entering the  water, and always swim  with a buddy.'*  TOTEM CLUB  !NGO  ^���?,-.^lfl ������ "".������..*��� ;���-  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE ir  jwwwww,nm_-_mrmw_rt999_n__nm99-n0_rMtwy^^  *  ��.  Heave-ho  Enjoying a full day^ of sports at  Davis Bay School with everyone try:  irig their best and sorfie piling up  points in keen competition for the  'trophy, pictured: in the tug-b-jvar are  from left: Kitty Visser, Beeki Gpod-  Win7 Brenda, iSfeison and Dale Simmons, taking' the strain while the  boys act as  anchor-men.  Fishing aroa  Q^, * Nice Throw  Bringing" his shot-put aim to a neat    Bryson  conclusion, Randy Johnson tries for   Elemental  distance watched    by Sam Casey,    eluded a  Wesley Nelson, Mike, Anderson, and  ���by Don Radcliffe  ,   _ ��  THE ONLY good  reports this week  are  from the Secret Cove area. I haven't  heard of any big  catches  from  Egrnont,  ^"Pender,  Nor'West   Bay "or" Gibsons, "but^  that doesn't mean to say that the fishing  isn't good there, but so far all the reports are from people who have been  fishing  Epsom   Point.  I would like to offer my congratula-  - lions to Mrs. Corrine Currie of Gibsons,  this issue's "Fisherman of the Week".  Corrine took a 26 lb spring un live herring at about. 30 ft off Epsom at 8 o'clock  on a rising tide and get this, all you  experts, she played and landed this fish  on 20 lb test line and a 9 lb leader. That's  fishing. When I talked to her afterwards,  she told me she is only warming up for  the B.C. Derby and that she is going  to be the first woman to win it. We wish  you all the luck Corrine.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Jqhn   De   Kteer   took  two fish from the same boat  a 7 lb and  :"��� 8 lb jack spring.  I took out a young Irish visitor, Mr.  Brendan G i 11 e n, and beginner's luck  worked as usual. He hooked and landed  a 23 lb spring after a reahgbod knuckle  rapping fight. It took him 45 minutes to  land it; but he said it was one ol the  greatest experiences of his life. He is  , now a .confirmed salmon fisherman.    BUI HolU.had  a rea,l good day last  -week. He took a 25 and a 18 lb spring in  the afternoon off Epsom and then made  it a hat trick by taking a 12 lb on the  evening flood tide.  "'"'"' Two of our local'������minions' of the law,  Constables   Fred   Simpson     and     ."nun   lJIawl-ijns,������whovpiikJn .njot.of,hours.fMl-.  '' ing.'too' many ���leooi'cliiig to Iho'ir vivos,  hooked a renl big one off Epsom unci nl*  v New owners of Halfmoon Bay Shell  station and coffee shop are Erwin and ..  Marianne Kieselbach why come from  Port Coquitlam where they have lived  lor the past 4V> years. Before that, Erwin  worked in a garage near his home in  Clennany. The - Kieselbach's have four  children. 12 year old twins, Andy and  Tom, 10 year old Garnet and Ronald,'2V2.  Bill   and   Jessie   Harpniclc   and   Mel '  Ihrivey   all   plan   to   continue   living   in  the Halfmoon Bay area.  Home from her teaching \iost at the  University of Calgary, Miss Florence McNeil will be spending part of her vacation teaching summer school at UBC, but  plans to spend the rest of her time with  her mother, Mrs. Jean McNeil at their  RedrooMs home. Their guest is Florence's  iiance, David McNeil, who is also a  teacher at the University of Calgary.  Mrs. Mary Kingston, has announced  the engagement of her eldest} daughter,  Gwen, to Donald Iverson of - Pender  Harbour. The wedding is planned when  Don returns from fishing in the fall.  Guests of Mrs. Virg Garnet last week  were her parents, Mr.* and Mrs.* Bill"  Miller from near Portland, Oregon. Former residents of Middle Point who were  recently visiting old friends in the Bay  last week were Joe and Lily Adams who  now live at White Rock. They were  house guests of the Northrups at Pender  Harbour. ��e        * *  Halfmoon Bay School wound up the  year with a presentation and party last  Friday before the children from.the Sechelt Residential School took off, for-  their widely spread homes. Prizes were  awarded to .Wayne Leo and-Sherry Jorg-  Pat Murphy chairman  jChaistmas Seal group  MRS.  Patrick Murphy has  accepted  the  appointment as Christmas Seal chairman on the Sunshine Coast.  Mrs. Murphy, who resides nt Halfmoon Bay, will soon be setting up her  committee and plans to include representatives from Pender Harbor and Gibsons as well.  Areas bandied by the committee for  the campaign will include Egmont, Grant-  hams Landing, Madeira Park, Port Mellon, Roberts Creek, Sechelt as well as  Pepder Harbor ancl  Gibsons,  The annual Christmas Seal campaign  helps with respiratory disease research in  B.C., provides breathing devices for needy  ,  .;espiralory, patienIs,���and,i; siippurtfi 0poi.u-,,.  lion  Doorstep, which  (ravels  into e'onri-''  munitics where there are no.other chest.  ns,.  e  DOMINION DAY, WEEKEND  ^CTfflA-FfclQHTS TO  VANCOUVER Al  Weekend  Excusions effective Friday p.m. to Monday p.m.  C^  SECHELT-NANAIMO  $15.00 return  &+*  Sechelt or Gibsons-  Vancouver $20 return  (Children 5-M_ half regular fare when accompanied by adult)  VANCOUVER  685 4922  For Further Information Phone:  NANAIMO SEGHELT  753-2041 885-2214  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  P.O. Box 640  SECHELT, BC  Royal Bank Sechelt  '7 7777fi��77''.   .    ��� ���   ��� . '.������."'���%&>:���        "���-���  ILLBECLOSED  6  Saturday, Sundayf Monday,  July I - 2 - 3  Due to the Dominion Day holiday  &9  ��_Tt77f'l<4.iC  I1  '  M " I  '   ' ��� ��� i M-.*!r  J,'^1... ...-,1.Y.--..'  of CANADA  Use 'Timed7&dbriefs to $eU,7RenfrBuy,Sw^  Frl'miinrlc! rliirincr. hivi-?'' Rnv ,er P!.a.VlPS him. f<>r 90 minutes, foimilthe. ,-^-ray   fuel lilies, and   to  .specific  region  ���n,M! SnhSfti  ennrtB  wMpK  Si- iiet7 they "bricl Twas too' smull   and lliey whoro" there is a known liigh  inclidonc;  aiy bcnooi spoils wmen in couldn't land him, and finally ho hroko of tuberculosis.  J Wl-Cie range 01 events. the loader. However, Brian took u (I lb It conducts a yonr round health cducn  'The' M^nin my life go to  "Uncle Mick's Boys' Shop  for all their clothes  and shoes."  mmmmmmmmm  mMMMMMMMP*nwpanmmaMM  Jack later on, ho it wami'l a total Io.h.h.  ToughjMc"tJ^qdw).J)piJ)QwliftH.t��li'OH(ly-.  bought h bigger net.  Mi-k, Decle WUUpmH of Halfrnoon Hay  W"H' out wllh** us during the wook und'  Ue.splle advice from four clll'l'oront dlroc  Iouh  nt   Iho one  timo,  she  pko'ocl iho  fifth woll nnd landed n nice Hi lb, npilng.  Mr, George Harmn of Vwncouvor liind-  od( �� nice (I lb Coho on Sunduy morning  1 rolling with live, horrlng, and atao li��cl  oth'Qi'"- hllH, I hope��� "iftal liiiH Ih ii hIiiii,  tht.t tho oohoH nro moving In nt IiihI,  I -would Hllll llko to hoar from wiy-  oho who culohoM I'IhIi* thin, wook, You  win pouch me al nbovo niiiiibftr,  Good luck, good.'I'lHhlng,  tion   program as well.  no  Guont RoolcH, nil oc'cnfilonfi,' fidilnjfiM  books,"donk tllnrlon, trnvol'rooorcl bnokni  all at- IVUhh I3oo'n,, Whni'f�� Road,* Hunlicilt,'-  SomoUmoH��t.tbo��.mun��.of���.��olloiwln-,u.,  follow Who JitHt /{ot both of hlH foot In hot  Wntor,  ,,,,, ,,,,,., ���'.,.,.,,..,,.���.���.. ,,,, ...,..,  I  ��*1<s /  (VIARINA  MARMWAY5  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and Service  'IVIERC CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  Monday to Saturcldy  Mqdolrq Park, B.C  883-2240  mr//////^///^^^  !��1^lTOlStt<^����*l^��SMWMtfr'lW(W  Wim1'  Clearance  Jumping low onough' wns   Cliory    Dolglit of other ��� wmperf In 1 MR ���  Olko's proDlom at, pavls 3ny School   firoup ond ns ��hh Is only a primary ���  sports, Cheryl has about ti% Inohoe   school,;..Ohory ...may -m.m   bo,,  to spare, wfille clearing Maximum,, champjon In U)o feohool Plstylcl,.  ?  NOTICE  ttM��W��#,(l!tJ*��*'^HI!i!W Jl||   '���SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46- (SECHEUT)  General Off ice Hours for JLJyancI August  8;3Q a.m- to 'l^OOTi^n andT  12?30 p.m.to 4:00 p.m.  mmmm*m��m*.  Uncle Mick's  'S & BOYS'  SHOP  Trail Bay Centre - Socholt  iwmy^lii��*llwMw��!��^w  awM-fl*^^  Fun for al I 7 to 70 at the GO-CART Track       ������ -       *   '��      *     ���''    v ��� '  .    ;' '    " ���'   ' '  l��^li^WW>)f��*��BWIff��i^BiW  RED ROOSTER DRIVE-INN  D^Vip BAY  KKiMmHmwWHtMt^^  PHONE 085-2043  ^W��iiffl"IW��WWIWW  w*im4mmmimmm#  .Wmpmnanptw^^  tmm0mM#*i��tmiM , **vsiEji"S_:"  *\  -*?y.'  Page C-6 The Peninsula Times  *   Wednesday. June 28,1972  _ ; ���<���  4   Poet's Corner  .   THE ��� N E W   DOG  .      by   L.__B.  Malleson   _.  There's a new dop 'ier, on the parlour rug  Where the  old da.  rrjed  to lie,  A dog with a short white curly coat and  ^to^**r  ���&&r      A  brown  patch  over  his eye;  ' Jjjr   ��� '     He  takes   his  meals  from  the  old  dog's  ilV'^f*'"]!  .  it'  \_  _v<  leaning h.-i   '��� u   1-  1mm   U-i.i   I :-     '-  .* "W ^ -J '"!'��� ^"I** '-"'^ >Ul      '"l*   ^"^   1U,T\     s,mul :,1,;,0lJsl>I  DeeSten-"." ft.-u.."'  .. :..�����   1 .1  M    ���=-   *��������* l*'"'^  ->"l m'^i ...�����.!.-    l.-.|��-> Lu-  ins standi.u I��-m.I lump i'i '':.��� - i-ln  Close Finish  Typical of the wholehearted partici-    Bruce McNevin in the ten year* old  pation in Langdale Sports Day, Clay    boys' race^  Mullen breaks the tape just "ahead of   ~"  dish,  And sleeps on the old dog's chair,  And the rest have forgotten the Spaniel x  . dog  Who for ten  long years slept there.  But at night when the house is fast asleep  Sounds a step I used to know,  And  the dog that I  love comes .stealing  back  From the land where the Good Dogs go;  A dark shape opens the bedroom door,  I  hear a  familiar whine,  There  are  two  brown paws  on  the  *��� counterpane *  And a dog's head close to mine.  �����?  There  isn't  a  secret  he  keeps  from   me  Of life in the Great Beyond;  There are shining seraphs to take him   walks,  Real  bones  and  a  splendid  pond;  And the baby angels throw balls for him,  In the fields where the grass grows sweet,  And  he  hasn't  forgotten the  strange  brown  stone  That he used to lay at my feet.  He remember the days in the grassy parks  And  the  cats he  used to  chase  (And yet they can talk of another dog  Who shall take the old dog's place).  He  tells  me  he  looked for  the old  green chair,  Where his basket used to be,  But he found an intruder sleeping there,  So  he  came to  look for me.  Oh, the new dog is a faithful chap, and  He earns his daily  bread,  Aqd the right to feed -from the self-same  .    dish  And sleep on the self-same bed,  And of course he must be on the  parlour rug  Where the old chap used to lie,  But a brown dog visits ,me every-night,  Pathetically  asking why.  Concentration  Exercising all the control possible  this was just half the field in the  Langdale slow bicycle race, not-  many competitors completed, the  course without putting a foot on the  ground and the final winner was  Geoff Pedneault followed by David  Kslk.      .     ��� ,,., ���      ..  Detital Topics  DID ydi know that if your* child .suddenly had . tooth completely knocked  out that a dentist could rolmplant the  tooth into the place from whoro it came  oul, Although tho tooth will, with u few  -exception!.," eventually* loosen- und-como-  oul It Is considered worthvvhl.',. i.H _.  gives the child tlml much moro tlmo to '  havo ancl wo his own tooth.'  Tho Important factors In tho rwcosh of  this troatmont aro-to koop the loolh molhl  and to nol lo a dontlsl uh soon an posnlblc  The child should bo given the follow-  hg Instructions''Jl' h" has an uculdont and  one of his tooth is knocked out, ho should  try   to  find  tho  tooth,   IIo  nhould   thun  luiop It moist by ' wrappliiR It In a wot  Tjlolh "of { Ukruo, K "nqlUhVg Tiff. uv��ilul?lo,,"  ho should bo told to hold tho tooth In  tho* Rklo of his mouth, Ho should olthor  Kol homo an quickly as possible or,. If Im  is old enough to.f.o db'outly ,to tho don-  list's' office, ' ��  Tb6"~cloi'iH*sf wilf'soal up, Uu TttlitiV  of lho toolhri-whoro tho livo Us'tuio In, than  lmpli.ul Ibo tooth bank ln Iho nool-,.,1,  and splint 11 with wlros or plastlu until  lt^henlsr*ln*mnat'^(.nRos*tho'"tO'Olh'^wiii  ro-uUach jukI rondoi useful hopv'Ico for  �� while, ���-Canadian  Dontnl AsnoclitUon  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and Handles,..Wedges-   and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  885-2812  Box 636 Sechelt, B.C.  ii.f&it. ,*������$.tftf>mttw(ia%>i.  .. Hoppers  Competing in t)ie nino-year-okl sack  race at Langdale aro two young peoples who hayo synchronized tholr..hops,  fo"perfection but lho race,'required  a "re-ruri to determine, tho winner.  ���' * -Gardener's -larnont!-,7*No-garden   i'or  m'o. Lftst' yonv' all I grow wns tired".  TREASURES  ,; ARE FOUND.  RIGHT     ������  ^YOUR^OWN  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Ofllco Puild'ng Sochelt  Phono 885-?333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m.rto.-t^:15..rp.mr^.,T,M!*<>.  Sunshine Coast  There arc only eighteen lots  available   in   Redroofs  Estates.  Only eighteen opportunities  for some  lucky family  to  find*  the   perfect ���summer  pl^co.  Redroofs   Estates   is   two  hours away from the city in  a   beautiful   wooded   area  ,jhat;sc|pscjQUie1,jyatci:t.<w<Mi  The  lots  are large, everything is'near, and prices start  -as low, as $3250 with $325  down.  RedROQfS  Estates  Phone" today. . ;  683-8411 (24 hours)  BBlX-IRVlNG  ,RiiAi;i^'L'rD..��,.,,r  ���j*iWi*ii>:��**.th-'.M��$��(.t>?i  M(,*ttl��a^��W i*^W��WM��  Enlhualoam  , AlLcuuulit up Snllu! 'I'uii ol' ntihuot   dinplay  of ohsluolti' "MOW ns  ytiov  -' spul'tH (lay nt J>ni��;.cUtlo, hvo ynm- old    li'le,s lo cxlrlciilc .hcrnvll'  from /Ihu  AllRClH OultOll pUtN Oil llOr-OWII UtllU'    rii.lHlilnH-lupo,,, ... I      ������  3:  Walter Snloty nnyi,  "Knool or alt low In ��  c��rjop?lfupsotrHANQ*  ,,- ON to tho onnoo until  holp arrlvuui"   * ���  HOME.  PIG OUT THOSE  HIDDEN DOLLARS  ?TO"REACHt2500  :..r,.',/"HOMEsi".;:'  HEALL 885-9654  ./,. ,*|*,\   I,(mil,,  '   ,.>,i i .J..,.71)'I'  .r,     ,1'I   t\( I  ,  WOOD NATURALLY BE  in the  .       .4      - .   f   , ��.   i    ',     -v   r '��� hJ , 1. ^     IMh     �����       ,lJ     .^hllhl-l M.U  III* |  AM,  I  .  I  p  1  '..  i  #4famHvmw^$m#>W     tywty'iimw***t>^<**tt*a<-t!'i.itei%* I  R^^wwM^itam  U'  -7!  mt4&mtwuttmqtt  ,     I  7|I>I"H��  SUNSHINE INN PINING ROOM  GAUDfcN I3AY ��� 883-2512",  > ... i *      ,  ��� ^QP,EN.DAILY~7^Q,mwtoJLp,^^  "*CTnwEXCEPT"SUNDAY^7"a.'mrto*3^p,mrand-  >�����������' ��� "  ', ���''�����'���"' iawalA��iq^ianau>.ui a-i ,1 i i  ~y,y_ m^. . 1  SArlORO"AS0QRD;'*"NpAY;'E^NiN<?s   |, ' 6��10 p.m.      ' ���  7"  ' ��� : '  Children up U 10/years $2.?5 M . Adults $3,75       -������ - -j    ���'��� -   ���' '*, i* 'i ' ' ��� ' ���  '���   -   '  mini injmn.9 imumm^qfmm  \;   .r, ,r .   '.   ���-    7  t^^ / '    7 I I I      !_____ __ ^^ ^^^ ^^ I  ^jfiBjfir_Miy^  SUNSHINE INN CABARET  ^i,H.flH���l.t,IIM*'*4  imw M��itmmm.mi.Mi<immm  Sing a\hd Danco Music by  ��,l   ...   -4 ,.,,,���, .   , , ���|       J.      ,.   ^J.    ,.'.- .        . |l.,.. , , ,!.,.��,,      ,..��,   ,,|, ,       . . ,,. ,,,��,.,.        ,1     J  |4. .   ...   ���,rl 4       ,       t    4       |        I      | 4  883-2512  llojpllal Day In Garden ll��y    '���'   1     "..'*���  ���*" ^''���'*-*���   <    "    ' i ' ' H; I"*" �����"*<".' i*-  lerareen  v  >,.  (Covoi   Chniflo)  frfamp  mmm  m_mmmmmw  m*'*&i*99_.mu_to>  '(WWIW^^WIillWIWWiB^  ���rr^r  I   7.7,/'  'S  ,'    ,7 ,   '      .',��,.,    ,.  .  ���       �� ���ll.'  ���tpt-  "v^lXi*Git@$f-  4"  Installing   Officers  All past Honoured Queens of Job's    ducted  the  ever-lovely    installation    B-redy.   Retiring    Honoured   Queen,  Daughters,  Bethel' No.  28,  pictured    held twice early: Mrs Wilma Camp- Donna Maudelkau; Miss Elaine IVtac-  Sets high standard . . .  Bethel 28 Installation  conducted by young queen  4  *������_  ��3  f_  MAINTAININ1G constancy in tho face of  changing times,* -Job's. Daughters of  Bethel 28 welcomed the public to its installation of officers on Saturday, June  24th. at the Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek.  Conducting the installation with  youthful sincerity * Donna Mandelkau is  the youngest Jobie to hold the office of  Honoured Queen and her acceptance of  such a big responsibility sets a high  standard for Jobies.  Installed Honoured Queen of the Bethel, Cheryl McEwan. was present id with  a beautiful bouquet of white carnations,  a tribute from the Robinson family to  perpetuate/ the tradition established by  ���the. Late jChar.U____.__... .Robinson..____vRey. D^  Brown. Associate guardian of the Bethel  made the presentation.  Theme for the ceremony was "Crown  of Glory" and a reminder, of the supreme  sacrifice made for humanity was _Jlie  simple cross shrouded with holly sprays,  ���which later glowed-in  triumph as  each  '������<  ("-  P.  !���*.'���  �����'"���*��  &';  ������Tftf  m  ���.*��"  'Ft  i.j-'i  w  For Freezer Beef and  Freezer Packs .  .  .  see  GLYNN TRACY  Garden  Bay Store - 883-2253  "FiriS' Meats for' Fine' People"  Jobie followed the introduction bv light  ing oi\e of the blue bulbs. Mi-,  M   Hauka  was   narrator.  Nominated by secret ballot Heathei  Duncan was declared the one \ ho had  worked hardest for the Bethel dunng  the past si* months. Previous recipient  of the award, Barbara Robeifs oiesented  Heather with the merit pin  Highlight of the evening for retiring  Honoured Queen Donna. Mandelkau was  th'e presentation. of the shield awarded  by Mrs. M. Hauka^for proficiency in  ritual work.  INSTALLATION  Installing officers assisting the RetiringQueen were: * Guide, TElair.e Mac-  Kenzie, Marshall Lynn Bredy, Chaplain,  Carol Hercus; Flagbearer, Darlene Law-  son; Narrator, Mrs. M. Hauka; Musician,  Mrs. L. Dunlop; Senior Custodian, Wilma  Cameron; Junior Custodian, Pam Swan-  son; Recorder, Mrs. J. Roberts.  Elected Officer of" Bethel 28 are:  Honoured Queen Cheryl McEwan; Senior  Princess Beverly Roberts; Junior Princess, Linda Campbell; Guide, Karen  Vaughan;  Marshall,  Heather  Moffatt.  Appointed officers: Senior Custodian,  Renee Robertson; Junior Custodian. Geor-  gina McConnell; Inner Guard, Heather  Duncan;. Outer Guard, Margaret Duncan; Chaplain, Barbara Roberts; Treasurer, Valerie Roberts; Recorder, Gail  Roberts; 1st Messenger, Candy Morrison; 2nd --Messenger*: <3andy-��� Harrison.  Acting as proxy were Cheryl and Sandy  Fur ness.  Guardian* Council: Mrs. D. Docker,  Guardian; Rev. D. Brown, Associate  Quardian; Mrs. J. Roberts, Secretary;  Mrs.  M.  McEwan,  Treasurer.  Associate Guardian Council: Mrs. G,  Clarke, Director of Epochs; Mrs. D.  Vaughn, Director of Music; Mrs, V. Mi-  chaud, Custodian of Paraphenalia; Mrs,  B. Duncan, Prornotor of Sociability.  Following the installation, congratulations ancl good wishes were extended by  Mrs. Harrison, Worthy Matron, Order  ��� -Eastern' Star, Chapter fi5; Mr. Harrison,  Worthy Patron O.E.S.; Mr. Art. 'Hauka,  7Y/or,shipfuli.iMa.Htor,...o.lii...Mounti Elphinstone  ''���'��� "No'7 130 'and Miy'''-^tilgley.'''First' Principal  of Georgian Chapter, Royal Arch Mason.  High  Office  Accept me    the   lesponsibility   which  l.oos with eh clion lo high office in  lobs Daughkis  tie liont left   Sen  toi   l1 nncess Be\oil\   Roberts    Ilon-  otucd Quun (heivl McFwan   Rern  mt-. Honouud Queen Donna Mandel  kau and   Tuntoi   Pi incess    L mda  Campbell  Cancer facts  HOW much cancer is pi e\ entablc9  A recent authontatne estimate states  that  up  to 80*^   of all  cancels  are  pie  \entible   if existing  knowledge  and  ex  perience could be brought to bear on the  problem.  Some forms of prevention involve the  elimination of specific industrial hazards,  such as those associated with Certain  mining operations and, with exposure to  various chemicals.  But in  the main, preyention  requires  positive action on the part  of tho whole*  population   throughout   their   lives.  In future columns, we will discuss  specific means of prevention available  to you.  (Pamphlets and information about  cancer can be obtained by writing to:  B.C. and Yukon Divisioni Canadian Cancer Society, 896 West Eighth Ave., Vancouver  9,  6.C.)  National Parks  camp fee raised  CAMPGROUND   fees   for   Canada's   National Parks were increased earlier ir��  ' Jurie. .    '��� "��� -A'"   ������"'*'       '     ' -'���-     ���-  L. H. "Robinson, Western Regional  Director of the National and Historic  Rarks Branch, said the changes in  the fee structure will make them more  consistent with those of private operators,  as well as provincial parks.  The fee for a general campsite was  increased lo $2 from $1,50. For a campsite with an electrical outlet, it will be  increased to $3 from $2 and fpr a campsite with individual electrical, wuler and  sewer outlets, the foe is raised to $4 from  $2.50.  Mr. Robinson said the Department felt '  its  lower  campground   fees  were  unfair  'competition   to   private    operators    and  other agencies adjacent to Niltkinal P;irks.  '������   ' Therei'wiH' lie' hoTcliahgoF in  trance fees whoro such foes are in lol-ce.  "fiom lett are the officers, who con  ron, Mrs.-Pam Swanson, Miss Lynn    Kenzie  and  Miss   Darlene  Lawspn.  ���tW<a_\ftw~,&*A^-.'J&_*___&  Jobies  Taking part in last Saturday's Installation of Job's Daughters Bethel  28 are from left front: Heather Mof-.  fatt, Shelly Benson, Cathy Morrison,  Candy Harrison who was soloist, and  Cheryl Furness. Back row:  Valerie  Roberts, Sandy Furness, Renee Rob-  evteonv*-Barbara Roberts, Gail Roberts, Georgina McConnell, Margaret  Duncan  and  Heather  Duncan.  Unusual  favours    featured   the  white  dove of peace.  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Sechelt students have always Wlected  tlie "ylay Que,en and despite the fact that  May Way was' pot celebrated this year in  the old tradition, they requested permission   to ' perform   their   own   ceremony.  ��� Parents���joined���the school assembly  and as the curtain swept aside to reveal  tin* royal tab|eau, a great feeling of appreciation and delipht rippled through  the gathering. Red velvet draped the  stage to form a huge semi-circular throne  and Sechelt gardens produced enough red  ruses to form bouquets for the Queen and  her attendants and sweet scented decorations for the throne. Orange blossom,  mauve clematis and rosebuds lined the  I'ciut of the throne and the multi-colored  backdrop reflected  the subdued  lighting.  reign and wished her every vsu��^ess.  President of the student council Don-*  na W'hyte presented the ijew Queen with  a gift from the student body.  Rounding off the ceremony, Sechelt  Elementary School" Choir sang a selection  of songs and- the fact that in this occasion there was no piano accompaniment  only served to emphasis the true beauty  and tone of their lovely voices. Conduct-  ~ed by JViiss Kobyn Eriwata they sang  "Peter on the Sea", and "Let There Be  Peace on Earth".  Flowers  Vases,   all  sizes  and  colours,  at  lytiss  Bee's,' Wharf   Road,   Sechelt.  By Appointment  Onlyv  Phone 883-2602  GARDEN  BAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  vffffmfflwafffjrwfflaMtafffmffmfr  Madeira Park Happenings  SPORTS   ACTIVITIES  DURING last Tuesday's hurdles and girls'  tug-of-war Houses III and IV-fought  a close contest. When all the final results  were in House III was still out on top  with House II third and House I fourth.  House III is to be congratulated for putting on a winning performance all year.  They were sure hard to beat. House games  arc drawing ,to a close with the last game  to be played on June 23.  SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT  There is to be a district softball- tournament .next, week at Gibsons with all  schools joining in. Senior girls and senior  boys will be competing during the day  long tournament. This is the final sporting event of the year.  ���by David Hyatt  FIELD  TRIP  Mr.   Wishlove   has_ arranged     for   an  interesting  field  trip "for  the   Grades  7's  and 5's on Wednesday. Some of the highlights   of   the   trip   will   be   the   Grouse  Mountain Sky ride, Kitsilano Beach, Totem  Park "at  UBC and  a  Physical  Education  skating session in the afternoon at Thuh-  derbird Arena on the  UBC campus. The  supervisors   going   on   the   trip   will   be  Miss  McKee,  Mrs.   Phillips,  Mr.   Meyers,  Mr.  Bulmer and Mr. Wishlove. The students will be leaving Madeira' School at  7:20 a.m. and returning for 7 p.m.  AWARDS   DAY  The last day of school is Juns 28 this  year. The students will have regular  classes up until recess time that morning. After recess 'here will be  an as-  Colourful Occasion  Pretty in black and white but breathtaking in colour "was-the beautiful  setting arranged at Sechelt Elementary School for the crowning of the  May Queen. Standing from left are:  Caty Oike; retiring Queen Colleen  Casey and Donna Rathburn;. Debbie  Nestman, Queen Micki Spence and  Donna Tom. Seated are flowergirls  Tina Hansen, Tami Thornton, Ellen  Thomas and Kelly Sheridan.  sembly where awards and final presentations are to be made. Luke and Andy  Peters will present some musical numbers  and Mr. Bulmer's class will sing two  songs; The following types of awards^are  to be presented including students from  all grades: sports, academic) achievement,  artist, service, library, honour student.  Parents are invited to attend. Report  cards will be given out and students will  be dismissed at noon.   Retiring May Queen Coleen Casey was  escorted by Cathy Oike and Donna Rath-  burn and Queen-Elect Micki Spence was  attended by Debbie Nestman and Donna  Torn. Little flower girls carrying huge  bouquets were Tina Hansen; Tami Thornton:  Ellen   Thomas   and  Kelly   Sheridan.  CROWNING  Looking very regal in her rich red  velvet cloak, Colleen Casey relinquished  the crown of office with great dignity as  stre gave her retiring speech, thanking-  everyone for a very happy year and expressing pleasure in having the honor to  crown  the  incoming  Queen.  Accepting the responsibility of office  which goes with the' lovely crown and  cloak, 1972 May Queen Micki Spence  who commenced her schooling in Sechelt  and returned here just two Vnonths ago,  said she never expected such a great  honor and considers it a privilege to work  in helping make Sechelt a pleasant place  te live and to make Sechelt Elementary���  "The School". .  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At a previous meeting it was suggested owners of the land, Sechelt Lands,  should make application to rezone the  whole block. It was agreed that the area  should be commercial providing, any development would follow the standard set  by the Trail Bay Centre. However, council did not feel inclined to rezone small  portions  peacemeal.  Letter |ast vweek from the applicant,  Mr. Richard Clayton, explained that* he  has discussed the matter with a representative of Sechelt Lands and he had  indicated that complete rezoning would  be acceptable. A letter to this affect  would be forwarded along in due. course.  The letter has not yet arrived due to an  -executive being away, -on-a���business trip_  However,   in   light   of   these   assurances,  itmeb  POPULATION UP  1971 census figures reveal" an increase  in population of Sechelt village of ninety  over last census taken about six years  ago. Total population for the Sunshine  Coast is given as 9320 which, it is assumed, .would   be   permanent   residents.  CHAMBER  RAMP  Sechelt arid pistrict Chamber of Commerce has now raised sufficient funds to  cover cost of th&boat ramp at Porpoise  Bay.'Branch 14C^Royal Canadian Sechelt  has made a donation of $200. Another $35  came from anonymous donors, Coast Cable Vision $25 and other amounts from  private residents-The-Claytons of Trail��� RIVTO -STRAITS  Mr. Clayton asked that council approve  his plans for paving the proposed parking area.   ...  Mayor Ben Lang expressed the view  that as any agreements are so far verbal,  council should make no decision until  such time spme'thing'"is received in writing from Sechelt Lands. "We have stated  our position and it is now up to them",  he -kdded--Alderman Watson and Gordon.,  both agreed. Aid. Watson added "we are  not here" to solve anyone's business problems but to ensure orderly development,  of the village/' Mayor Lang agreed but  said it should also be remembered that  the Centre has provided a valuable facility for the village.  REVAMP   BYLAWS  Mayor **Lang advised council it is time  ..to give serious consideration to updating village bylaws. Many are outdated  and unsuitable for present day needs.  "This applies particularly to subdvision  bylaws",  he  added.  Alderman Watson commented that until sewers are installed the village has  little Chance of growing to any larger  extent. Mayor Lang said that while this  might be so there are many existing bylaws requiring change. He suggested the  matter be considered between now and  September and bylaws and zoning regulations of other communities, be studied in  the  meantime.  Aid.. Gordon stressed the fact that  with the high cost of land today, the 25  foot building set-baok from property  line is no longer practical. He agreed that  council should get down to -such changes  by   fall.  PICNIC TABLES  It was reported that the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club has donated seven picnic  tables to the ' village. They have been  stained and are all ready for use. Mayor  Lang said that Mr. Vic Walters has'cleaned up his ' vacant * property across from  tne Cenotaph and has agreed to permitting some benches on it for benefit  of senior citizens.  Serving^the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including^Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grorithoms Landing, Gibsons. Roberts Creek,   i  Wilson Greek, Selma Pork", Sechelt* Halfmoon. goy. Secret Cove, Pender Hrb", Modei"ro"P"a'rk,'Ga"rden Boy,. Irvine's Landing/Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  \   '.  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. I 142  7 *������  '..     Union-. <t_9*   Label V  This Issue 20 Pages ��� 20c\  Bay Centre donated $100.  SECHELT   MEETING  Next quarterly regular meeting of the  Coast Garibaldi Board of Health will be  held in Squamish and hosted-by Council. The . Board alternates its meetings  between Powell River, Squamish, Gibsons and Sechelt. This will be the first  hosted by Sechelt.  APPRECIATION  Hon. Isabel Dawson last weok wrote  Mayor Ben Lang of Sechelt expressing  appreciation "to you and everyone in  Sechelt for the lovely day planned for  the visit of Premier and Mrs. W. A. C.  Bennett. It could not have been nicer.  Many,  many  thanks���I  enjoyed  it  too."  Following complaint to Rivto Straits,  who recently removed the old wharf  at Sechelt, that a few old' pilings were  still visible at low tide, the company  replied last week. It was stated that  an attempt will be made to remove the  stubbs as soon as possible.  PAVING"  Aid. Harold Nelson reported that paving has been carried out on a strip at  the west end of Ocean Avenue fronting  the Senior Citizen's homes. Other paving is scheduled in the very near future.  _,_ Swim floats have also been put out for  the season and oiling of lanes will be  carried out Once we get a satisfactory  dry spell. .  Volume 9,Mo. 31 ��� WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1972  Gain recognition . . .  Assn. Non-Status Indians  seeks to form local group  ORGANIZED to provide self-help programmes and community development  for non-status Indians, the B.C. Association for Non-Status Indians is one of  the fastest growing organizations in Canada.  supporting.  Members of the Association keep a  tv/enty-four hour watch on skid road in  Vancouver to aid the homeless and pen-  . niless non-status Indians who have nowhere to go. "We often help non-Indians,  too",  said  Mrs.  Miller,  who  added  that  Sechelt's Queen  Sechelt's May Queen may not have  had a big parade to commemorate  her crowning but she. does have the  deep loyalty'' of her fellow students  at Sechelt Elementary . School who  together with the staff arranged a  beautiful ceremony at the school on  Friday. Being crowned by retiring  Queen CciOeen Casey is Micki  Spence, May Queen for 1972.  Charlie Brookman's  annual fish derby  JULY first will be children's day at Davis  Bay where Mr. Charlie Brookman and  his many helpers have organized a fishing  derby commencing at 11 a.m. and ending  with trQphy and prize awards at 5 p.m.  This year Mr. Brookman has thrown  - out  another  challenge  to  the  fisher-folk  with a gold medal going to  the youngster who catches a killer whale. If there  aren't any killer whales" there is always  the trophy for the biggest fish and lots,  of prizes for other categories.  Highlight of the day will be the pie-  pating contest, topped off with ice-cream    ;  donuts and pop.  Fishing boundaries for those in boats  vis from Field Road, outside the Homestead to Sechelt, Those fishing from, the  wharf and boats must wear life-belts.  This derby especially for children is  made possible through the generosity of  the merchants of Sechelt; Royal Canadian  Legion Branch 140; mothers and friends .  of the children; with a special thanks going to Mrs. McLeod of Peninsula Market  for taking time to measure the fish and  crabs, also the Standard Oil Company  for allowing use of the wharf and Mr.  and Mrs. Vic Franske of Bella Beach  Motel for use of their garden.  Making sure everyone behaves themselves and has a good time in the bargain is -Davis Bay's veteran fisherman  Charlie Brookman.  Doctor shows interest  in Pender Harbour area  DR MALCOLM Brand of Vancouver was  at Pender Ha&bour again last weekend'  and held -another discussion with Hon.  ^���Isabel-Dawson regarding..locating in,that,,  area. Dr. Brand was hosted at the Ross  McQuitty home where he made the acquaintance of a number of Harbour rest-  idents.  ' The Doctor has indicated his interest  in accepting a practice in the community  and, it is -understood from an< interview-  with Mrs. Dawson, lftf would be prepared  to operate from the existing clinic imtil  such time the new clinic is approved and  constructed.  While in the -area, the Doctor was  flown on an aerial tour by Al Campbell  of Tyee Airways. ��� - ~    .  Combines meeting . -r-r .���' 7 ", .**-**t_ ���?��*.... -~   ���  Indian council pursues  Highway 1.01 relocation  ANOTHER combined meeting was held we continue these discussions toward a  last Tuesday,' June 20th, ��� between the goal of establishing, a ''Utility Corridor'.  Sechelt Indian Council and Sechelt Vil- In  this' manner  we' could  combine  the  lage Council. Also in attendance was Re- Sunshine  -Coast   Highway   101   and   the  clonal  District  planner  Ed  Cuylits and B.C. Hydro powerhne right-of-way. Also,  5S?n��iI   director  at  large  Cliff  Gilker. we may be able' to improve our commu-     wh��h nwaunaui*. o����b ��a ^uB,u uy ...  gS��cus��orSnt^ Sechelt, and graduated fromlheonginal  now for relocation of Highway 101 which sub-station, which  is  Prepentlly   a  focal  .���.wouid^ bypass:? ther<e*^  Visiting Sechelt last week, Mrs  Ther-^the...Po^have bee�� most helpful and  esa'*Mllle7^5  isTEl.%" SuitsKme'Coasr^^^6^^-     '        -..'        7  Affiliated with BCANSI is the Native  representative for BCANSI said the top  priority is housing for non-status Indians-.  No local association has been formed  as yet but anyone interested should either contact the Sechelt Indian Band  administrative office in, Sechelt of BCANSI headquarters in Vancouver, the  phone number in Vanqouver is 736-8721  and the office is located at 1027 W.  Broadway.   ;.  Mrs. Miller who is one of ten resource  officers in British Columbia has a very  warm personality. She was brought up in  Information Centre in Vancouvnr which  recently opened a house for destitute  non-status Indians. Not only does it provide shelter but helps its residents to be-,  come self-sufficient.  It is estimated that, there are 60,000  non-status Indians in B.C.  .Speaking in Powell River recently,  where a local association has been formed, Mrs. Anne House who is Human Resources Director for BCANSI, said, "Status Indians have help from the federal  Concern expressed . . .  Deputation to school board  seeks disciplinary measures  INADEQUACY of the School District  Office board-room as a public meeting  place was very evident last week when  fifteen members of the public attended  ' the regular meeting. More people stood  in the adjoining office. .    *  Two separate briefs were supported  by the visiting public and it was stated  that not all the interested  people were  arid the Sochelt Municipal Village. The  possibility of underground poWor lines  .within,, the,, "utilityvpQrridoi;"\ai;idin the  proximity of the village should also lie  considered,  It is tho hope of this Council that  continued discussions of mutual concerns,  W'tho" ab'ove7winwc6ntH  nnd more desirable Community for all    came Ahis difficulty herself, said the main  aim   is    to  holp   pooplo   become   self-  business   area   of   Sochelt   and   built-up  ureas of West Sechelt and Davis Bay,  ��� '��� Miv Cuylits explained that the .logical  or natural route of Highway 101 would  appear to be mainly along tho route of  the Hydro power lines. It appears an advisory committee has been formed.which  A has'suggested'theroad-be.located-as high  as*possible, in fact, near tho power lines.  Cuylitz said ho favours this location   ''concerned  In general but there would beV-omc dovla-    ���, 7  lion In certain areas, depending upon |(;,j v'",  topography etc, Ono such problem would  Involve crossing Chapman Crook near tho  airport. Another would bo closer to Secholt, where' the natural course would bo,  through tho. Hydro sub-Station, '-Thin, of  course would pose quite a problem.  Economic consultant to tho Indian  Jiuncl, Derwyn Owo,n, .suggested that  rolocutlon of'Iho sub-station mlaht prove  costly but certainly nol Impossible Ho  said that whon It is considered lust hoV1/  many pcoplo are Involved, combined with  many other advantages, ho feels that'.with1'  tho right approach It Is possible to havo  the plant relocated. Mayor Bon Lang said,  he fully agreed, '  General agreement, was that right now  In a good tlmo to start, working toward  H\l^fwny**"v*olocntloirwltli"n'-'vlow-"to"*thQ  future,- It   was   therefore  suggested   by  Mayor Limp; that, Mr, CuylUs and Ml'<  Owen work together on \\ long range plan  and finally submit ll to Board,and councils for approval,  Al tho previous mooting of both conn-  dis, tho Indian Band members expressed  Intoi-UHlf in* highway relocation, This* was  .'followed up with foimillion of-u-"Greater  fciccholl Planning Commit too" and i. loiter' subsequently   forwarded  lo  Council  of (Hoclioll and Regional Board stating:  .. . Wo, !()�� rksoholl liuhali Ihmd, ���<(i'��  > organizing lor development of our Lands.  In  OMuninliii-,  llio  mu'vIcom* nnd .utlllllou  required for futuro dovolnpini'ntn of the  Uroitlor Mouliull, Community, the need for  limit range planning \\m I income hnpura-  One ol' our major concerns Is lho In-  ' oroahlng demand.on the iidhmiiu of land  between Trail Hand and Porpoise Hay,  'Vhq use of Ihln Jand which concerns all  of us at this mention Is that of ,Pub]lo  ���Iitl1ttlcr!r^n^,"flcrvlcc^r~,~"�������-^--��*--r��~----~��  -Wo-pi*obontly4-��..hav4Q��rlwo���I'rovlnciul  Highways and a B,C, Hydro right-of-way  dividing this Islhmus Into four 'drips of  land, The Independent manner In which  these  public  bodies operate dictate  the  nerosslly of .'..���ordination If our Community Is to he planned and developed  "irr'iriiHiinnnna'iivncinnnnniwn���  ,,    _,   ,   .__,  it ls the proposal of ihis Council Uml   McSavanoy pictured   handing ovcr  high school in Sechelt when Mrs. Bea  Rankin was principal. Mrs. Miller's mai-  dori'hameTwas" Jeffries7ForHhe'past ten  years Theresa Miller has been living in  Prince Rupert; this year she took an in-  government, but  we  are ��� forgotten.  We     in,.attendance because, of limited .space  are classed as Indians but not recognized, Wo want to set up self-help pro-  grams'aFlh^^  want to go back to villages (reserves),  but we want to be recognized as Indians."  ensivc traimnrcourSe( before -taking, up    In >m %$$��& 7policy 'slatemehl"^  \.m ..n��w   ���appointment.   Knowing . how BCANS)[ nin.��taluB nnd Metis people of  difficult it  is for many Indian young- B.C, are described as people who have  ^���to.,^^                                     fo��- iost..,the*rights, privileges and programs  themselves in a.highly competitive world, fended updc^  dian Act. Muny lost their legal identity  Mr. Dave Perry representing one  group of parents, petitioned the Board- to  answer" questions as'to Whythe'services*  of a probationary teacher at Roberts  Creek had not been retained.  ���"���Acting "as spokesman -for  what -was-   sumed' drowned following a boating mis-  available to  pay for a fence and playground improvements.  Trustee Bernard Mulligan queried "A  whole year has gone by and the questions  should have been brought up sooner.  Any complaints ..made in writing to the  Board are taken up immediately". One  parent  replied  that in  the  case  of  the  -7-see page A-5  Lost presumed drowned  whenw  ROBERT' Richard' bell of  Fraser  High-  way,  Surrey, aged 48 yours,  is  pre-  as an Indian through the Injustices of  the Indian Act, particularly those sections douling with marriage, Illegitimate  hirth's -and enfranchisement.  . Intention of BCANSI ls to promote the  development of social and economic programs for, members, and to encourage fur-  ther, training ,nr��d, education among thq  younger generation, ' "Upward Social  Mobility" Is tho aim and the Association  la, attempting.-lo,.provide���tho means,.,    Presently ���getting 'financial'help from1  tho department of the socrotary of state,,  th'o Association hopes to bo solf-supporl-  in'g In a ,fow yonn's, ,  reported to be a large group of parents  at Roberts Creek, Mr. Robert Hawkon  who is a Cubmaster at Roberts Creek but  Is" not'a parent'of a child attending the  "schoo lr'presonted* a" lon gthy "-''brief r*! The *  brief was supported by a number of lot-  tors, to the, Board from, parents, .,.���.._  IN  BRIEF    .  Main aroas for concern mentioned ln  the brief, were laok of discipline in tho  school;  luck  of playground  supervision;     lwo of ,ho         rendering h, tho water,  .he need   or- a. Ipnco, behind the .school,* - Th     JuU^chQd ^\,0^ ^t-ulKl H^pcc,Qtly;  to prevent children from ,wandering In.,., in rescuing Uvom, ' ���'  ,        ,  hap last Suturday morning near Wilson  Creek.  Bell together with his soil. Robert and  a friend Robin Blower, of 'Biii-nuby, were  'fishing','from*th6iri7wfopt,*flborglass'*b,dat'*'"  at about 9 am off Wilson Creek when  the yossol, wns, swamped by, a,., wu.ve and ,,  sunk.  Two mule visitors to the nearby  Guide Camp, Mr. Manifold of Vancouver  and Mr, Colo of Toxada Island, spotted  tho extensive wooded area; need" for a  music programme  . Tho :brlof. stated,lhut,tho .LudlosJAdx-  Ulury to the school1 had*offored4volunteer  help for, playground supervision at lunch*  time and recess but had boon turned  down flatly, The l-i.A, also had money  Grant considered ��� . .  Airport future in balance  mfmmwmmtyitiMimiit.  Councils consider expense  A lurgo scale search was carried out  most of *tho day for the third man ��� but  to no avail. The Pcjidciv Harbour RCMP   '  lioal 'under comhumd' of Corporul Alan'  SI,  do  Remy  took   purl  In   tho  search,    *  CorOoral Lou Biggeman Joined In with  his own .vessel, a,, RCMP skin-diver lu-.   ,  gather with skin'divers Georgo Flay* of  Booholt. and   Tom   Sheldon  of  Gibsons  also participated,* Further asslskince wa,R  rendered' by Hie Mblsons murlno 'eoui'tosy  bout and a plane of Tyco AlrWays carried  out an aerial search,  Strong tides wore running al lhe time  ***WW w**l)4#llf*4HP**mim*sfutJ_  dbUNClLS.of Gll)s(.ns1>fa,nd Seehell, Up.  pear to havo arrived id lho orosm'oads  Jn. regard to futuro of the municipal airport, which Is presently used only by a  few private- piano",,ownorRTT:"w"-^-"-"r,'-"r  Many progi'osslvoly minded pooplo see  iifgood future for the landing *ylrip ibut *�� In rovont of ��� ouiorgencyi'^'horolore  ihoy  In, order to achieve Its potential ll will - could  soo illlla'fiiTuro 'for  the Wllsoii  bo necessary lo provide power and puviv * Crook*strip, for such use,However, ihoy  . a meeting was hold between council re-  prcHcnlallvos and officials of Ihu DOT  to discuss the, matter. �� i n i   f  Department officials pointed out thai    Ad^RriGlC  t"'or<'7iifo fog  free liuidlhg grounds 'on    **M M,,��W  *^11r<r^iovvoiin^ivi*<iinnim���y^iifcu^nro v��somi>io  and It, Ih ,possible tho body lias been  washed' out, to' soa',' Tlio. boat' also ' had  not booh found up to .Sunday ��� night';' ���  the runway, if euminorelal alra-aft ure to  ho encouraged to tiiloll for u stop 11 will  ho' ileoeiuinry to.oxpuiKl the runway.,  i Cost Of obtaining power lii nrosonlly  osllinaled 'ul iHdwfHintouriuitl five Hum.  sand dollars, Paving cost ..would bo  hulh felt It should bo retained as a strip  for light lururatli ���      ���<>..>���  ���   With,(hisv'l'ij, jiiltkl,'7they  nuggeslod,  I'liuiiollt! I'onUiHH) mululalidhn I In.) airport  for Uili''year aiid poi'IVapi.'nb-\'l youk thoy  sanu dollars, l'avlng Oust woukl  belie-    oould assist .by providing a paving grant,  it,)Vaon-iwoni^riTOnnitrihtrt^iiioiiRmirt���T|r^^^  .dollars, To oxlond tlto ninway would call    Hlallullon,   It  appears  there  have   boon  for, purchase,^rjuhd.7  "���'urther'to tfils, tho DOT has temporarily suspended Issue of tile alrslrlp lie-  ��.��ncu^ duo~t o -tha ~4'��cU. bu��h*�� u i id ~ �� mull  J.l;e.o-iJ}"iY.Q-,l'ee^poi'ji)Uled JfUflvo.w,, too,  high   in   vicinity   of   the  runway,, thus  appeal  some changes made. In. regulations and,  providing good ronsous are given, it, Is  possible to obtain a paving grant,  AjiMo-ontcndlnR-the-runWHyrthe-DOT-  ,,rBprcsoj���.��Uvea.couJd��,HOo���lluiu*.JuaM^  lhe way  lo action!  fri Today's C/ass/'iod.���  1 . ',  t)Nl)l nut sluul,,' li'i.'i hunk beds, p., alHo ,  i    Panasonic solid' hUUq  Inpu .reeordur,  and tapes,  ������-Tlme��*-C|q��>|f||(Kj��-rcach��ov��r2,500**hoiTiw  powur Jnalallailun and paving,"Lett week    for i. paving jjrniU,  such  an  oxpondlluro  at   this  id tho,1 aero  lp oul, with  mm I n.iro'od,  ,'ini,  along  to  mul request  ��� Tlmos Classifieds go INTO tho homo�� . ,  not on lawns, htroou or In culvorla,     '  'I I ! '  ��� Tlmoa Clossltioda ore low-cost, hloh-potoncy' ���-,-  , noloa lonlcn,  i 'l  ��� ritonolin^tiopoivSiuiolay; classified  B85r9654 Socholt -B86-?l 21 Glbionir -  Hf!*llW*Wjr'��tM(t  ttotm&*tQ*n(t0#ima#ip*  WHpteXt |U*^M)l,3WMm.f *( \\  \ I  "S  \\  Page. A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 28, 1972  :w���^,  *<���->  %&���&:  w  A Society   W��  Coulcl Have  \  SIT lo llio Sunshine Co;.si June 17ll)  by Premier \V. A. C7 Hennett pVoveil  an informal and cordial ullaii. 1 lie luisi-  ne*-. of dedicating library improvements  would hardly he termed a uionuinenlal  I'unetion and certainly is nol in line uith  dulies of a Premier. However, Ins vimi  was nol an official one. ii was merely  :i uimkI will restore prompted l>\ Mayor  Lang.  ilis-  ppy  Hen  His one official duly might have appeared to have involved something of  minor significance but what was significant is. the fact that his entire visit reflected genuine affability. This was not  a political ralJy and even though two  or three known agitators mingled in* the  crowd not a hostile word, was heard,  not a placard was waved, not an object  thrown. It was indeed weteome respite  from the planned hooliganism that has  brought discredit to so many communities visited by the Premier during past  weeks.  Ouiie clearly we happily lack an  effective number of home produced dis-  ruptives. lhe imports are sufficiently  small in number that they know when  to practice discretion, (,'onseqiienlly the  Sunshine (oast is able lo add human  traiu|uililv  lo  its various  attributes.'  - Such a situation provides all the  ingredients for a pleasant existence and  is, perhaps, the reason for growing  popularity of the Sunshine Coast. We  can only hope it remains that way!  Again we can only point to the fact  that   it"  is   ihe   infiltration     ol   trouble  makers   which   ultimately   leads,  sent ion,   'I his   falls   back   on  our  vie  sv.iem of law   and order which  permits  internal anarchism.  When Hve consider the contrast of  Mr. Bennett's reception here lo what it  Was in some communities throughout  the province we can only ponder the  unlimited possibilities were il possible  lo rid our society of the termites who  have  disruption  as  their  sole objective. .  After a while people might start  smiling again, even sing as they go about  their daily chores. How pleasant it  would be lo have honest debates with-  o.ui the depressing overtones of leftist  politics. Peace would return to our educational institutions with students graduating as responsible pillars of. society  rather than radicals with large chips on  their shoulders. The evil doctrine of oppressive socialism is even usurping the  minds of young people at the high school  level anil, sadly, those so indoctrinated  are seldom of a happy nature.  Which all adds up lo a strange analogy; Socialism and dissent appear to  have a strong affinity! Of, the four political parties, which in variably are in  discord in one way and another, the  socialist group appears lo be the one ever  ready to inUoduee the strongest disruption.  Like any other political party, socialism has certain merit, unfortunately  it only too often becomes associated  with unrest thus over-riding any good  qualities it has to offer.  niiif1,-"* cnn.uni:  and    \\n:\'...'  nl.iiut    it     An  p j rfti if..'/ *������  j_ ijW*22?*x t___i ~*J u__���_J- ���*  "��"     v Ramp Nears Completion  Work crew pictured nearing comple- engineering*. The paved section runs  tion of the Gibsons boat ramp, a down to a low tide point and in-  project of The Chamber of Com- eludes a turn-around witli side load-  mer-pp.. Council provided, the sum of    im: into the dredged  area.  vote has bedevilled Canadian politics as  far back as I can remember, ancl that is  a-long  time.  We are told to keep Quebec in Canada to preserve unity and to vote Liberal  $4,000 for the project, and arranged  READiRS' RKHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and not necessarily  those of  The  Times.  A  nom-dt'-pliime may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by  the  writer.  In-  pleased  to  keep  ypu   up  to  date  So Wliafs Mew?  FXISTFNCP. of strategically located  Communist, subversion training  centres in.Britain has been revealed by  an author, a former influential Moscow  Communist oi 'C/cchoslovakian descent  who has defected to Britain.  ���-*.*. /3's l1 one-lime foreign editor of  '-ilHrrvd:.!. the author, Bernard Mutton was  Tiwhe position of having access to many  Kremlin documents. Already he is credited with responsibility for the jailing  of a number of British communists for  terms ranging from six to twenty-six  years. Their offences had involved armed robbery in order to replenish party  funds.  Hutton reveals details of secret instructions and guerrilla*'combat advice  from Peking aimed at Irish Republicans  fighting British troops. He states that  at the subversion training centres, potential subverters arc trained to infiltrate trade unions, gain control and disrupt industry by fostering wildcat strikes  and stoppages.  Support for Mutton's allegations has  come from two prominent Lnglish politicians.   One   has   alleged    a   large   scale  strike was inspired by 'foreign influence.'  'I he  other stated   publicly  "We  are  up  agains   a   conspiracy     in   this   country.  .Those of us who stand up .and speak up  are called  red-baiters and  are  expected  lo .slink   away." '  -���;���"��� "Well! 'soWliiiCs ri'cW?'7i''.7'''''Mah:y'''Tc-''-  sponsible members of society in nil coun-  jries in the western hemispliere,have for  a long'lime been well aware of Communist  infiltration,  It exists in the United  States and il exists here in Canada an'd  in   most   eommtmilies including  the  .���..,, s u n s I i i n e - <������'o 11 s t v^i^^"-^-"-���--���----^^.^���-  Let no-one iniike the mistake of as-*  ing the.Mhrieks, of.,."police bnitulity"  ...Mini  a few years ago and followed tlie next  year with "Red Power" just happened.  It too was inspired and we would suggest the architects of those, little exercises  are still active in the district.  Canada has certainly been getting its  shares of strikes, both wildcat and otherwise. Many of them have- been difficult  to understand and in the long run the  actual strikers only lose. In the process,  the country suffers vast  losses.  We have gone through a period of  disruption and near anarchy in some of  our universities but, comparative stability during past months, would suggest  that either the reds have moved out or  common sense of the majority has sent  them under cover.  ���At this time militancy appears to he  creeping into the teaching profession  iind, here again, their organization has  aligned them with the socialists. We are  ,wcll aware of the fact that such affiliation is not shared by a large number of  teachers but, again, we appear to have  a large organization led along by a  few. It scciiis an incredible situaiion but  ���exist it does.  There is no doubt' that eventually  common sense will Inake clear the fact  that, such action will not .improve the  cause, neither will it remedy any mis-  jusiice. Unfortunately the good name the  teaching profession, once held,-to .Siiy lite  least, is not being enhanced,  We tiyain suggest ... when respon-  silile J groups of  individuals "'find  themselves led into a position -fuich as this  Ihe tiiue lias arrived to take stock, consider the consctjticnccs and even  more  "-important���consider-1 he -source! -In -most  eases the* source is worthy of deeper in-  ,   ye.stigation, Ustinlly.jt Is spell. K-I.7I),  J  Fortitude. Lacking  RP.Apr.KS Right folumn, or' |h:ii whicji  is boiler known us "Loifers lo the  "Ftlllor" is generally considered mi 'popular section of ti newspaper und such  eonlrlluiilons,4,.iu'e,aisuully4^welcomed as  expressions'of opinion, "'Nol only do  11 ley, present another viewpoint \m[ often  offer Interest Iiv-j. comment,  , Providing lollorj. ;tiro not libelous or  unduly vindictive, und providing they  beur ti genuine signal tire, then they lire  'soldoni'i'nnslderetl'-tiN-unl'lt-foi publleu*  lion, No eihieul newspaper will publish  anonymous letters. Providing thev eon-.  ..JIV.!.'. 'l"''^''*"!'.*)1',))'!.t!'V,.P)!.h,lh.,l).e'|.  Unl'oi'luniiicly.   due   lo   Ihe   Inevlla-^  'hie' mules of the 'devious few; ll is now  neefssuryto cheek  llur iitilliemlclty of  letters, The Vancouver dully press 'con-  lueh lottlor writers personally for eon-  lirmiillnn ~ before isuch Idlers tire used,r  ���...1nm^^^  publish* uccepiubl  lhe fuel that he had gone, to great lengths  in' order lo discover that the name al-  luehed lo' one such' letter in lhe Times  was ficticious, To some extent we should  . lltitn.l;^.ll)e,wJi.HlLvJihiitLI'w^lils^Kl.iieihliiy  ability hut"somewhere a smell emerges  from the, woodpi|e? D it,i" i n,jj pjcoi.u  months we have acquired a collection  of it down or so letters,jtll slroiiidy sup-  -' port ing our  editorials,  all  on "similar  copy paper, and  indeed, all  honriny  a  marked ..resemblance l.'nch bears u��� different signature and each has a different  address,   usually   lhe   lower   iti|tinlnnd.  *^Su.��ui^ely*cMiou^hr"H<>l^t>no-of^llK,^namc^��rt-^  and  addresses  is  to  be  found   in  the  phone hook I- - """ ��� "���' ��� - ���  Therefore,* even dhotinh the lellors  have iioll)liig,wrim}Jiwith them, we do  nol publish under a I'letleloiis name, A  nom the plume is aecuptable providing  the, letter,hIIII carries n yeiuiliio Nl'tnulure  und!.addi:eHH(��,Uelteiv|iU(ll��7m��lude-a��phone-  ,,ihtnihei', .iheiLwe,'wJli be���In,ji,,position  Sechelt be proud  Editor,- The  Times,  Sir: May 1 add a few words to those  already spoken about the fine reception,  accorded Premier and Mrs. W. A. C.  Bennett on Saturday. June 17i.h. the  people of the Sunshine Coast who gathered with us in Sechelt. are to be* highly commended for their dutright friendliness and  hospitality. .������-''_  Again I want to thank all those who  willingly volunteered' time and effort to  make the day such a success. The musical  entertainment was outstanding and I  know I speak for everyone when I say  this. The fine talents displayed are the  results of gifted instruction by. Miss  TtnhYn Eriwata, Sechelt ' Elemenfary  School Choir and Mr. Mel Campbell, El-  phinstone   Secondary   School   Band..  I know* the Premier, Mrs. Bennett and  members of their party enjoyed themselves and they departed with warm and  happy  thought'i of all of us.  BEN* LANG,   Mayor,  Sechelt, B.C.  Loss fo area  Editor,  The  Times, , t.  Sir: It was with  extreme regret, that  it  was  recently   learned  of   the   transfer'  of   Cp.1.   Lou   Biggemann   of   the   RCM'P  from  the  Gibsons  Detachment  to  North  Vancouver.  Too often, the community looks at  personnel responsible for local law enforcement as impersonal and detached  with only regard for the strict adherence-  to the letter of the  law.  It was therefore, a rare occasion when  a community is fortunate to have one  who, not only performs his official functions wiih obvious efficiency, hut is able  to temper authority with compassion.  Further, and perhaps equally important, thai this man has given immeasurably of his time and effort to the formation of the Venturers Scout Group'within the Gibsons area.    .  May we ' therefore, through your  media, express Iho deepest, appreciation  of all boys concerned with lhe hope Of  good fortune to hiin and his family,  ,���,.....,,���..r.r.,:HAN.D.y;rKAM*"PMANI.*>"Pi:eHldunt  1st, Gibsons'Venturer Company  Three projects?  Editor, The Times,  ���Sir;   I  have  rend  with   interest  your  articles of Muy 31, 1072 on Opportunltlus  for   Youth   grunts   in   t|10   Seeboll   urt'tt.  ���" VI s 11 r b y "(iT f 'r i YnW 111 tifpj eel F uTIlmw  oulsldo tho major  population centres of  , yimcouvortmd. Victoria  ai:e.. an radded  I on I u ro of this year's program which pro-  i'IuIhuh  every  success.  1 nolo, however, common!n by yiffur  I'oporler mul by several por.sons 'qu'oloc  In Interview,-: to the uffuct, Unit "im local  immpH are Involved." '  ". The project officer rospnrifilhle far llio  Peninsula advises mo Ihal thoro nro Ihreo  prnlci'lH on lho SuiiHblno Coast, cMiipluy-  L'Vr'vww!11^ pQ!'sn,1H ru1, �� U)l��l <'>r win-  "s^n.OOO.   Thoy   include   operation      UMi'ioullurjd advisory farm nonr Knborln  Crook, construction of bone-lion mid plum.  e.t'H around Boeholt, and, .cilonrlnff and  mapphif. nf kiiI'q hiking indln In llio alpine  area around Paulhor Peak,  rmf,11 '^'J'lmi., im>,l'.etM ant tindorway,-In  Clll Ion Bay, Powell Hlvor, und SqunmlNli,  _^J_w*- HiirojIiHl all of thono group!-! wll  ..^WWMMWWiMUUUuuuiawMMMM-.���������_ ��� L_. ITr."" "*"-" ���-..;..*.,  ypu   up  to  elate  on  111,���ir progress,  and  will  be. grateful  for"  :ki>*   assistance   and   coverage   you   may  I..* able to provide. ���  With reference 7o application-.* from  your area having been rejected, I can  only point out that oyer 2200 applications  were*., received from B.C*. this year; our  budget simply did -not permit .funding  of a. good many of these, worthwhile  though'.they, may have been. Those that  were chosen ; were examined for _,their  community benefit and support, and I  am sure that you wiH agree that tbe  projects taking place on the Peninsula  this   summer   meet   those   requirements.  DAVID  GIBSON    *   Information  Director  Summer '72 Communications  Preserve unity  Ed.itor, The .Times,  Sir: We hope the enlightened public  of the Peninsula is not getting .dek'and  tired of my letters. I am lied up at  home arid Unable to go to places of assembly Where one can normally discuss  questions of the hour���just quick shopping trips, that's all! So the Times is my  outlet, my. cri-de-coeur.  Now,   re   Quebec   separatism.  Recently Mr. Trudeau said,, and frequently are we told that if Quebec separated, Canada would fold up, yet no one  ever explains why. Just what would' be  the logical steps in catastrophic deterioration leading to cataclysmic nothingness??  .    It has al.ways seemed that the Quebec  to aid this desirable end. : ~  Though being somewhat less that enchanted ��� with- the present government's  aehievements_ except for self and wife's  O.A.P. which is adequate, I quite realize  the Liberal party's* good work in the  past, e,g. wonderful social legislation under McKenzie King, and a war effort  per head of population unsurpassed by  7'tny member 'of the Commonwealth, if  not  the world.  'But can we be sure that the cry of  "preserve unity" is not rather to preserve the -unity of the Liberal party.  This cry began with Pearson, and surely  Canada has" neeer been'so disunited as at .  present.  Would Quebec not be happier pad-  dliir& its own canoe?  So without calling me nasty names and  telling me I don't know anything, can  someone in the know please tell us logical  reasons for Canada's supposed complete  deterioration without Quebec.  I like the Frenchmen, I lived among  them for years, but their political thought  processes are rather "what is good for  Quebec rather thus.- Canada".  When Quebec separates, the huge national   dept   which   is   irrereased   yearly  hugely by grants to Quebec will be dump- ,  eil  into Canada's lap.  It is unlikely they would block the  St. Lawrence, and also unlikely that the  17S.A. would take over Canada. They  have a big enough mouthful of indigestible fond to chew already. They get our  natural resources. Why steal the cow if  you can milk it anyway?  Sechelt '     J. S. BROWNING  Slummy condition  Editor, The Times, ' '  Sir: I have been a visitor in what  might well be the most charming little  village on the coast, if it were not for  the fact that residents of Sechelt have  become so used to its slummy run-down  condition   that they  don't see it.  One wonders what your village plan-  'Mon'.'i-'*.   at\(*   thinkin-T about,  .1 her   ,vi  lieu*-     ;e '.'    ��� hi ::ki:ig  tl.fw,, |*.:..tiiin..*.  I'rir . lut'iil'e  -pace'.',   i >r 'will    Ii.i'ui;e   grow'lh ���  bring   about   tlie   mess   that   ..how   exists  ki Hie  post  ofti.-e air.a,  where one small  parking   air-a   -.ei\<-s   ��� .\\ ei at   liosin^sse-.,  .Willi   11'.  11*) ken  |*av<*-i'4**n..  Iiugf  puddle--.,  narrow   walk   and   heaven 4i**lp   us,   one"  Working   door   to   the    post    office  .that  swings   out.  and   can   anybody ��� cay   what\  the companion  door  is for?  If you  don't  get   swatted   by   the   bumper   of   a   cat-  covering, most of the. walk, you'll get hit  in the face by. the door'opening suddenly.  ���'  Then   across   the   .street   constant   running  water -to wade through* plus a  hole  as .you    -.tep   oi'l_the   curb.  I'o   the   plan-  . ning   people  deliberately   want .'.o  cripple  fjedesti ian-."       x ^  And tlie litter along Cowrie St,, what  is ihe matter wuh the business people  lhat they 'don't ��<. out in lr'inl of then-  own establishments and clean up. By  gosh' It looks like downtown Chicago!  Section Residential area and -be Reserve  are  to   be   commended   however.  The poor starving unhappy dogs don't  \bring   laurels  to their  owners  either. .  But   I    leave   you   with   one "happy  thought,   nowhere   have   I   encountered  ���such   pleasant   clerks   in   stores..-Sechelt  potential   is   great.   Please- work   on   it.  1 only  wish I hadn't  to   Vancouver.  Vancouver  the need  to return  T. M. RUARK  R.R  Lodge R&6fn�� and  Guest cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Heated Swimming  Pool  Saunas,  Boat House  No.  1   Halfmoon  Bay, B.C.  Secret Cove, Sechelt  885-2232  *JIHflIIIJfIiiIitUif��tI��U��fUffiIIMik  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DELUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET  MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available  R.R  HALFMOON  1  BAY,  B.C.  Phone 885-9998  '_ "���   ���&' SI-*'-       7.  '9  .'   '.g'S.4 ''^.Ijt ...''���'*  ���"forppprjj*  REPAIR  ��   MK"rH7prOYlll|_l)B*llK7.      ... "nhllX.   oml|'lrmnl!mi  woro   hlitnotl,   Somo   months   iujo   wo    lu ohtl,ln ������"Hrm��tlon.  rocclvcd.   '"mm    time  lo  lime, " lullors  rromilK! loyvor miilnlniul Mippwtlmj yurl*  oim Timet.' diloiiuk 'I'lilt, wni all very  ItrntlfyliiR until ��� ��� I lie llmir itrrl-Vcd when  it luunl-filpplo [ft��� nimk* tibi'n IhsucoI'  ^SSKSSfSS^^  Ii it periion linn n hoof il)v*n tlml  pei'Kon should MiiikI up mul h'Hiiui ol'l',  iil'iv^r 'llrnl p(tlHft'"H��'ro' of iho I'ticiH.  Hut"-(.(o not hide behind n yvnll to do  ,ll..l..Al-.Tlpl��''i-��N|io.sY-v.-aM��rnye....ul7i-y��)nv|��-  llonii,  ^F*_���^7*��*      This is �� $3.50 SPOT!  I'ublliilicU WcilnoiiliiyH lit IScoliqli  on fl-O.'fi SunNhtno Cofim  *VnvclJJUv��ft,W��w��.'tovvflJ(Crl<ira  Notilwl'l TlmcH l,|U,  fJox, 31U- -Scoh��U, J1,G,  fSubscr'ptlon Rntcm ^jn nUvmnco)  Loom, $fi n��r yciii*. Hoyonti 35' miles, $7,  ��� U-lS.A,,, U.9, Ovcrmjnn,' $10,  ;ficnlnitrlhc''<Mfl<'}rom'-l'fir."'Mrllon ��� trr ftymntit --  (liowe Sound lo Jervln Inlet)  Your oclvort'ilnfl In this, spaco, will  reach  jemjliaojrjpjj^  o��ch wook. Il'f* (lie* mont ocdnnmlcal way tc  rwatfh mp,ro Tntni-lllnu froaii (iuo|j|o Is^cqiifo,  Tiniot 9tJ��'flq into niow liomoa ih��n any  oth-'f niiwipapfir., proiiucrd. In ..this  qfon,  fHVM^MMWMTM,  L  Th�� Times  "a'flSiwisTlSMiwIir" aoTxTxridiMonii)  I  Stones 8.  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With'Us  MJwpJw.,  WttCWS  CHOCOLATES  10O%^\Naterprqo\  yif^photrrpjrhQ^K'  (U Cryital and Crown Intact)  JlCiUJEWEUERS  Socholt, B.C,      .,' $85.2421  mm(^<t*'^i��*^*^��^)'  WWfMW  V  7>M*  I   (" A  gasesssaaas  ASIC FOR  FREE CATALOGUE OF  REAL7 ESTATE  \'7  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES   LTD.  Phone 885-2235  Or Call Toll Free^ from the Greater Vancouver Aretf  V      v '   ZEnith '201 �� .       -  ' (E..&O.E.)  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 2423  3 bedroom, vglue-for-yaur money home. Situated to take advantage of view up PoFpoise- Bay and low level access to boating.  Colonial style front, full basement, en suite plumbing, 2 fireplaces, paneled feature walls, Sv/'w carpeting, auto, oil heat and  hot* water. Underground garage, all QUALITY CONSTRUCTION.  Full *price   $39,500.00,- with   at   least   $10;000.00   to   handle.  r i.\*.   '   '' t  7 7.       - ,���>'-.���.     ":::���,<-7 :-"��� --yyiy^^TQM  -I     ���*"-^sti*  ���.   *.</.---'   ���<*-'.*,*, ./���'���\>"i~-ry^tA*6..-���'_W__$_Wi  *i ^>7-i��-J!< '.yr;^C~:^'^��ri*"7-'>  SECHELT VILLAGE. No. 2555  Modern 2 bedroom home with well, landscaped grounds,on quiet  residential street.. Has revenue from 1 bedroom suite in basement,  fully self-contained and furnisfi'ecf."j Cable T.V; up and down.  Requires $1*3,000' down and "a balance of $T6"7 per month on  F.P. $32,500.00. Call Bob.Kent,.88.5.-9461 eves.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT No.258l  Completely, beautifully /cnovatccl 3 hodroom waiorfront homo  Willi 60' boach faciriD .South to Trail Islands, The* kitchen will  delight ������'Iiii' 'housewife;'built for efficiency and beauty, Fridge anil  froozor combination and elecTrlc rango wltji *>nlo, F.P. $29,500,00;  ;torrns;;;^ '     '    ���   '      7   '  \\       \  \  vr \  \  -O  DAVIS BAY  ,- No. 2328  View lot 1 007x220' overlooking oceon at Davis Bay. Situated nt  end of quiet street. Nearly'level, nice choice of frees tmt easy to ci?-ar.  $6,2f)0 00 full price.  CALL\DOM', HADDF N, H85-9504  eves.  WATERFRONT LOT  Wednesday, Junfc>28, "T972  ��� ��� , . *__..  ^__ ���_, , ^,        !������  No. 251 3^ ,  ���/���        --,. -     ��� ^*m^ \  y;-'   -   7.':  The Peninsula Times  '**'"   Pager A-3  .tfp&***%?*vi.  The finest wnterfrnnt vnrnnt lot nvnilnble in the Dnvis Bay a'rea.  7. rl.*.;e to easy boat qcce:', nn.'l to stoies. Over 60 *feet of irontage  "      th�� 7.e"r-*7ns   well   as   Highway    101     Only   $13,900   full   pr.ee.  i n.-jti  tries  i6  -BOB  KCNT  8R5-*?461   eves.  'SELMA PARK (Lease)    No. 2360  Ideal post and beam family, home. 3 bedroom with "q possible 4th  View of water from  living  room.  Only steps to'  swimming  ahd  beat  -launch. Lot 50'xl00' located on Highway 101. $19,300.00 full  price   with    $10,000.00   down.   CALL:    PETER   SMITH    885-9463  ~ eves. -  GOWER ROAD   \  No. 2520  Three rental cottages in good fishing o.rea. Great potential for  multiple dwelling in future Hydro, phone and water in, CALL;. JACK  WARN'886-2681  eves. -  WEST SHORE OF SECHELT INLET  No. 2407  PRATT ROAD  No. 2521  Approx. 200' of nice shoreline situated nn the nnly sheltered bay in  the area. Small fisherman's 'hack on property and yearxround stream  approx. 60 feet away. .Still -in natural state, approx. 2 acres:  Between' Carlson and Piper Point on West Shore of Sechelt Inlet.  Ideal _hide-away homesite lease. Full price $10,000 00 CALL: BOB  KENT 885-9461   eves.  Present Lease  $30/year  Plrns.-int farming oren, good soil, regional water 8.3 oc. zoned R. II.  Trailers permitted. Good holding "'property or present development;  House rented but discbunt as asset. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681  pves..  CIBc,OMS  No. 2539  SARGEAISJ BAY  No; 2359  Partial view lot with 47' road frontage; other sides 14.2'xl 64'x228'.  Level, hydro and. telephone available. Beach .'access $5 500 00  i'ull price.  CALL:  JACK WARN  886-2681   eves.  ("mpleip privacy. Outstanding view. New two bedroom home, fully  insulated. Spacious high beamed living room���kitchen! Lorge deck.  TuHy electric four piece Delta bathroom fixtures. Basement with  grade entrance. Level parking space. Concrete sep,tic tank and large  held. Full price $22,000 terms. Vendor anxitius to sell."CALL*. C. R.  GATHERCOLE 886-701-5.  No. 2430  GIBSONS CENTRE  Immaculate 2 bedioom  home/ce  Ample   storage   space   in   basement  room   with   grade  entrance.   Purchase  price   includes  electric   range,  .garbage   burner   and   fridge.    Lot    size    160'x 135'x85'     Full    price  $21,000.00.. CALL:  C.   R.   GATHERCOLE   886-3785.  ly.located with  splendid view.  in   addition   to   large   finished  MADEIRA PARK  Td  No. 2542  us gateway to Pender Harbour sportsmans paradise ot bunshine  Commercial  type  lot,  note low  price..  $6,000.  -$2,000  down,  niy   what   you   would   exoect   to   pay   for   a   residential   view   lot.  ALL:  BOB KENT 885-9461   eves.  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT  No.  2436  DAVIS BAY  No. 2543  Recreational waterfront lot on Rubv Lake 1/16 mile off Highway 101.  Faces West cn water, 103' lake trontaqe on'unspoiled lake, restrictive covenant, on development will retain for private uses, commercial is'-prohibited from area. Safe swimming and boating. Full  price $11,000.00; try your cash offer. Terms considered. CALL:  PETER SMITH S85-9463 eves.  GRANTHAMS (Reed Road) .'  Remodelled 4 bedroom- W_ storey dwelling on new, full high basement, auto, oil furnace, 220V wiring. All on 50'xlOO' view'lot!  $16,500.00 full price* with'$4,000.00 down. CALL: C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785. .-  Water view lot facing west extending from Higftway 101 to Greer  l7.ri.id at rear. The view cannot be spoiled. 66x187, level ground.  Writer and Hydro, easy access from rear. Close to finest beach on  the Coast Financing possible on full price of $5,950. CALL: BOB  KENT 885-9461  eves or PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  MISSION POINT  No. 2544  Furnished 3 room cottagee, 66 ft. to access to flat beach. Suitable  vt-'ar  round  use, or  just summer.   Hydro and*"water. Good-lease   lot.  Terms  available   on   full   price   of   $4,900.   CALL: PETER   SMITH  885-9463 eves.  SELMA PARK  No. 2545  GOWER POINT WATERFRONT 7 No. 2596  4 bedroom colonial style quality built home. Designed for comfort  and convenience. You must view this home to appreciate the  care and attention that has been given to both interior and  exterior. Situated on quiet street with view of sea. islands and  mountains. Garage" and work area; landscaped grounds. F.P.  $48,000.00; terms negotiable. Call Jack Warn, 886-2581 eves.  or'Charles Gathercole. 886-2785.  VILLAGE LOTS  No. 2562  Level lots mostly cleared but with several  trees remaining centrally  located.   Full   price   $6,000.00   each���offers.   CALL:    BOB   KENT  J85-9461 eves.  Solid 2 bedroom home, new kitchen and bathroom, an excellent  starter home for young family, or retired couple. Close to store-,  transporation and beach. Full price $14,000, let us assist you with  financing.  CALL:   PETER  SMITH   885-9463   eves.  '  ..WILSON.CREEKXMcCullouqh Rd.)  3   bedroom   home   featuring .REAL   PRIVACY   with  No..2458  TROUT LAKE RD.���HALFMOON  BAY  No. 2554  a commanding  view of the Georgia Straits. Cozy fireplace picture window. 1400 sq  ft. of home with garage and shed;' all on 1.36 acres just off Highway  101. "City" water, hydro and phone. 'A really quiet residential  area extremely well situated for enjoyable retirement CALL;  BOB KENT 885-9461 ves.  Beautiful homesite cradled in a ring of. rock bluffs with view to  ocean. Four and a half acres, well treed with water from constant  ���spring. CALL:  JACK WARN  886-2681   eves.  IIILLCREST AVE.���GIBSONS  No. 2559  5.4 ACRES OF FOREST  No. 2462  Roomy family home close to all community facilities and transportation. Three bedrooms through hall. Full price $24,500.00 terms.  CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681  eves.  300'   road   frontage   across   from   lake   and   minutes   to   seafront.  $13,500.00. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681  eves.  WILSON. CREEK  No. 2455  GRANDVIEW LOTS (Gibsons)  No. 2463  Large view lots, close to beach and park. Water to be laid on by  Vendor. Good fishing area. Gentle Southern slope. $4500.00 each.  CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681 eves. ^       -  4 bedrooms, large kitchen, full basement. Big lot 135'xl40', short  walk to beach area. Gentle sloping grounds to the South. Recently  remodelled, requires some finishing. Has good water supply. Full  price $19,600. Terms. Offers considered. CALL: BOB KENT  885-9461   eves.  . V ' '���    ' *. �����.  Gall your favorite salesman and list  "3 _���  your property for sale with the best,  WEST SECHELT WATERVIEW No   2598  Gardeners fulfillment, over 1 acre lot, 132' frontage. 2 bedroom  home with exotic garden. 2 greenhouses, elec. heat, carport and  workshop. 2nd growth trees at rear. Ranch rock heat'ilator type  fireplace and ouio. oil furnace. Southern exposure with view  of Gulf and Trail Islands.-F.P. $27,000:00; terms. Call Peter  Smith,  885-9463 eves.  WEST SECRELt INVESTMENT  No.2466  SECHELT. INVESTMENT  No, 2546  NORWEST DAY ROAD 7    v      ������������������,;j ��� .,       No, 2306  lot 11Q'x,IQO'x233'x.280' front!, nn payed rood, Close lo Socholt,  Good largo building lot! Full mice $6,000,00. Down payment ol  $1,000,00 *cafih ahd' 'balahco' $75 -por"montlv'or'9% "wlllv'5 yoeir  payout clause,'or try your olloitt lor, c<v,h, Colli PETER SMITH  885.9>I6;" oyos, .    ,  wrrrwwJMWrrliTrrttwprtmirra'M'r^^  Approx, 33 aqres of primarily gentle slope-ro-Sourhward lands, off  Nlckerson Road, Presently zoned for 5 acre block.., This Is for tho  man or group looking well forward* to the future development of tho  ���area, Xb^rJ,H'I:. PXl*"^^'s���9Dly,J,??.,5PP,Q0ttaod��(caJ,mr^s.^600Q,00���cloyrJi���  at 7%, Our Vendor is open fo payments stipulatintj only lho term ui  15 yoors, CALL; BOB KENT 885-9-461  eves, ��� ���  % ACRE AND VIEW     "'' 'No. 247-4  2 dwellings on Va .aero lot handy to Glbsonst with a splendid view.  ���Comfortamo 2 bedroom hom,e. Largo living "room with commie tilo  fireplace, bright Mtchon, , basement' and aula, oil furnace,, soci.ml  2 bedroom callage' for revenue, Full prlco $35,000,00,* loin.*,.  CALL: C, R, GATHERCOLE 886-2785,        '*    *        '      ���'���   ���  2 BEDROOM VIEW (Leqie) ������ No. 24114  ?, bedroom homo on 5*?'x201' loaio lot, Expanr,|vo vlow lo Tonnda  Island wllh benefit of breakwater protpctlon, Prime area'for holiday  on|oymont. FULL PRICE Jf-7600 wllh lormii or |.6A0Q,00 catih, CALL:  JACK WAR'S 886-2681  evoa.   .,,,,,,:':,,,;.: ���...,   ,.,    .,������.,..  Present rental shows an excollont return upon tho Investment of  $6000 down payment, Ihe balance to bo carried at 7%, Central  Village "location Is convenient to shops arid school and to tho 'wator-  ��.front,**Old/*-.but*warm,��.faclng south.+this�� 3-. bed room- horjio is��. rented-  the year round, Flat level lot Is ready for landscpplng oVon without  tho house you couldn't buy Iho lot olono for rnuch loss than half tho  asking price of $10,900, CALL: BOB KENT 885-9461 aves. *-.������'������������  ���*��*wiii,w��i>^W!i(*'  HALL ROAD���ROBERTS CREEK  No, 2556  Charm|ng Bungalow |n largo developed garden wllh lovely (Ipwur  bod?, and many fruit trees, Balance of approxlmatply 5,8 acres Is  2nd growth fir and cedar, 'bnd,somo alder, 2 bedrooms, living room  wllh excollont' stono flroplaco, Separate dining and kitchen, largo  bathroom, Zoned rural, to bo re-zoned Ihls year, probably R?., Asking  $33,000, with ,ha'IJ'*caslv.An..qxcollenthorno, with,privacy,, and, beauty,.  alKo.good'doyolopmonl posHl|illltyi��CAI.I.r PETGR-SMITH 885*9463  ovos,  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 2604  Very nico "log homo In good condition; has largo addition wllh  siding, exterior, ^ Warm [ &, snug with heatllator typo flroplaco,  ���Guonl Cottage, Garden. Walk to shops and salt chuck at Porpoise  Bay or tho front on Gebrgla Strait. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463  oyoT.17,   ,     '     "*'',.       , ,      ' 2 "' ", 7,"''""'  THRIVING AREA  No. ?<lflrt  SELMA PARK  Nor.2399-  Largo 3'bedroom homo ndvanlanooufily located, Vlow to West limi.  Davis Bay to Trail Island... gets all tho sun you want, Closo to boatinn ,  ^7,orvlc(ta available.  Full  prlco   $22,000  caqh,  CAI-Ui   BOB  KI'NT '  Rf-DROOFFS'AND S0UTHW00D    .  lTovol lot* wllh partial view In recreational aroa on Rodrooffa Road,  Hns small cabin miitqblrrjor yyorkiihop or ccVmp|ng, Hydro, phoi.o  cihd biitillrid on"'lilack'toji" road, Zoned R2, inobllo homos porthlthid',  Asking $5,900, CALLi DON HAPPEN 885-9504 o.m,        ���, ,  frr1*    ���   , ,  No, 2558 7        PORPOISE'BAY  ���Noi'266'5  Lovol waterfront lots In Vlllago of Socholt, nlcoly' Irood located on  (luloL-Mroot.-Each. lot. has over ,75', doyol.fronlago,, excellent'., vlow  up Sqchplt lnlot, In aroa of quality hornon, Full price oach, $13,500,00  approx, ono third clown, CALLi ANY SALESMAN 885.2235.  LlahtlyJ*trercrl -lot' 100'?<13f>'> gonllo Woitorn* rtlopo,* qiilor area,  Clearing,, womW bo,minimal,, $5500,0,0 Jul) .prlco ,wj||i; J3,000,00  down) UVi.% Intorotit with 5 yonr payout, $153,10 'month, CALL,!  PLTER SMITH 885.9/163 won,  CENTRE OF VILLAGE  No, ?inn  ' PAVIS*0AY"(Arbutus-Drlvo"- ���-,-.�������.-.����.- N<v*2398 ���  Largos "cleared, potential vlow lot facos West on black topped road.  Water and Hydro, Quiet area of now hornm., SUo /2'*27B.  $5,000,00 lull pt'lco with $2,000.00'down, CALLi PETER SMITH  885-9463 ovits,  Ronlod-toothorn accommodation a! handy, location, Situated mi  double lot; connlwts nf 2 homo, ronloci year round, Good Uim-i  for startlnq your own bimlnnsu or nddlnq to It, Cash i.pr'akv ny  $22,000,00,' CALL! BOB KENT 885-9461 ovV-7  SECLUDED 9.98 ACRES  Nn, ?>V>\  Almost 10 acros of woodod phtiluroti, vary secluded yot convnniinl  to (.hopping/lianspprtatlon ami boachon, Full prlco $M,900,00 ny  trades or lormn; CALLi JACK WARN 886.2681   _.__,  PARKUKR 2ti' ACRfIS  Nn  ?49?.  Rortlon.��oUclalrY���farm.wll,hJ65LfrQntQgo-on~blackiQ|>-road,-.Phiina���  l|ghl   and  water.  Full ��� prlco  $8^00,00,00.  CALLi  JACK  WAKN  886-2681 oye\,  OVE-R AN] ACREI COUNTRY LIVING!   ' No. 2566  Pprosl'ocl lot with oxcollonl vlaw potential facing ar\ paved rpad wllh  Hydro 'ovqUqblor JtiM a nhorl Wcilk by 'road to1 vory nico' bench and  oa'jy boat launching, Lot ol/,o# 10Q .feet on Redrooffs Road x 504  foot duep, Quiet rpsklonilal nroa wllh real country atmusphori.,  Full pilcoonly $5300,00, CALLi HOB KENT,885-94.61 wm,.  " HIGH' VIEW���WATTRFRONTTOT5"PAVIS~nAYmw"* Nf.'2567  Fnclng -Mill, Owner aiaiosI'ho'will'''rough In" road oyor both IoIh  to Intlldliui nren approximately halfway clown tho lol-i, thor.ico path  to beach, To bo sold logo!her att (>\w ��ak niilLpr,lco^J$2fl,000t<)0r-  CALLt PETER SMIT|;I 885-9-163 or PON HADpEN, 885-950-4, ovos,  SELMA PARKi Freehold  .? foot of host waiorfront In nrnn, 2-3 bedroom homo all rcnovntnl,  ,.nowlpalntJn.and,oul,...D|notto.uilio,.cho��torflold-&ullo,.-fiklo'o,..2..boclii  with fialo, also, 12', clinker boat. Asking $25,500 lot in holp'with  finance,. CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves'      ,     ...  SELMA PARK���WATER VIEW ,,  .,        -, -, ,No���26067  Booullful trood lot. l,OQf<2P0<, doawood trees,, broom shrubs,, cedar,  and fir, lovely, gardon, V_pw�� ol Gulf through, all glaanocl front, and  aide of qi'dcloiih living room,"'Tvyd!bodrooms;"'"dn'o^collo'rit' kltchon,  a/oll lurnaco,  '(.3.000 00 down plun Gov't 2nd morlg,  f.2,000,00  ptilfi you In. CALLi PETER SMITH 885-9463 ovo?i,  SECHELT���flACKET ST,  No, 2593  ExrollfliU lovol cleared lot'In area af good h6mo3, Nonr storon and  ���^choat,���45,.Z50.,an^l��rm!i.,ar^.$5250.fl0,.xaali^l^    COLE 886��2785,  SPLMA PARK COTTAGR  No ?")03  SELMA PARK  No, 2W  Hfttrnr*ftwinnr��irefffijnnisi^^  Solnifl*Park,JHo��-(lrBp|ac��roif,,f|<>o'r'(MTnoct��/**e|eortlange*"and*tntJM<��  Included, CALLi DON HADDEN 885-9504 oves,  CHOICE'LEVEL' WATERFRONT  No, ?!i09  vffndor*,vrlll**c1ftarlhrMh|rdMor-tf-dMlredrWflt*fr"llnn*��li*'c|(w��j*-YftnU9  Will Install line io". |o|�� for full price of  $5,5,00 each, or with no  water lino Installed, full prlco of $5,200 each, Good view potential,  To view CALL; PETER SMITH 885-9/163 ovos,,  6Q"fr.~rtomminnnrj^^^^  year-round-homo, In Identic hide-away netllnq., Flat lovol .|i.*..i.d,  Small.garden area >.ul|oblo for icllromenl. Homo Is compact, ru'.|i'in  plnmiH   to ui||||;n nil   ipnro,   Wnlor   ratrs only   $25,00  annum.  oves.  jt:  ROBERTS CREEK LOT  pinnnrn   iu  uiiui/n  nn   <.pnrn,   vynicr   ratrs  only   ?/3,l)l  swcopinp panoramic ylow. CALL) BOD KENT 085-9161  Levftl treed lot ,167'x330! approx, PA ncron on quiet ttfrnot clqin |o  fiolj Course, Hydro nnd phono nt .ond, lull prlro $5,500, CALL!  DON I (ADDCN 085,9504 oyos.  IHiW'*W��W^��l'W*tMBmi����W!WWHW*WiW|WW  WS��WnwvniMW>*jainitw  W^WllilttWIlBW'JH'JWIi'WIIWW  mm*mmmmmmm#>i9.*'*i,i<*i\***��'  v.. S*     X    I ��� ���        s  V  \ 4,  X  *   \  ��� \ \ _ i ,  ' ' ��� ,       , , . ' .: ,��� ������'  ���"' '      ��� 'i i   ti i    ������    ���     ��� "���' ���'" i .       ��-���������������  Page A-4 The Peiiinsulo Times, Wednesday, JuneN28, 1972   \^A|_ ESTATE (Conf) REAL ESTATE (cont.) FOR RENT (Continued) BOATS" & ENGINES  ^jMMl|MUMtfyWWM*^******M**i*"***"***'**fc**  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)     CARS & TRUCKS  ��� SechefK^phone 885-9654 v  The Peninsula /4*h&.    g&soKs - Phone 886-2121  Classified  auto  round  <flwnnntMiwiwviiwwiiwwwMMiniwviiwwwyiiirw'��"tMiiiiiiwiiiiwHiW1^^  Published, Wednesdays by  Powell River News .Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  IN  MEMORIAM  Member, Audit Burea*  oi* Circulations.  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  -fj^jtaTCffeuloition .2478  As tiled with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, sub|ect to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briets (12 words)  One   Insertion , ���$ I 00  Three Insertions ���-���- :���$2.00  Extra lines (4 words)  20c  (This rate does not apply to  KLEIN���In loving memory of  our beloved son and brother  Michael, quietly remembered  every day. Sadly missed along  life's way.  Just as you were, you will  always be,  Treasured   in   our   memory.'  Mike   we   loved   you    aiid  miss you so much.  ���Mom,   Dad,   Sunny,   Gordon  and   Family. ,       9147-31  COMING  EVENTS  commercial Ad-Briets)  Max Numbers ___._._   1.0c extra  ���50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths7Cdrd of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam. 'Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  words per line. *  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates,���  By   Mail:  Local Areo $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00  yr.  TWILIGHT    Theatre:    Disney  Lady and the.Tramlp, Wed.-  -SaW-J-une-28���July���1 al 8 p.iBr  Overseas   _   Special Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada  .$10.00   yr.   $3.50   $4.00  Single Copies 15e  Copyright and/or property rights  Subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt. 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A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  noutly rate for the additional  work.  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS __  ...   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Bost Wishes to tho happy  parents.  OBITUARY  JlUADLEY���Oii'.Juuu ..28, 1973,  T. Sluiirl Unidley if G.ib-  rsnns, B.C, uned (10 yours.. Survived by hi,s living wife Wyiin,  (>ik>    Hon     Kon,    Burnuby;    1  _.(,ln m j" | n I u,i:,...M i:*,,, jpyui n^Mea, m-,,..  H_\\ 'Sm'rtjy; one grandchild;  2 brother;-, and 2 sinters. Rov,'  ,1, \yillhinint)n-uonduol.oclH private, memorial Horvico in the  Il'iirvcy Ftinonil 11 nine on"  Tucmlny, June Ii71It. Cromul-  lon, In lieu ol' I'Iowi.m'h, donnl-  Ioiih iiiny l>** iniide lo Ihu B.C.  Citnuui*' Kouiicliillon, litlfitl lion-'  ������ thor.'  "��� ��� ��� ������������'    ni7t).:n  BHAN'DON     Suddenly',) una  , HIM. lll72,,J,lii\viiod���HUuuku  (I'llD'BniiKloir-nl' 4'oi't���������'Molloti,.  B,C u^imI -fi'l yeat'ii, .Stti'vlvecl  by bin lo'vintf wife1 Bevei'ley,  ono mm ,)l|n, of Port Million,  ���]\\_ niothor ,Mlrn, Kihor Bntii-'  don' ol1 KiihIii, ll.C. Two hmlh-  ' .oi'H,   IVliileoliii   of   NuIhoii   and  . ,. Junior., .til' Jiuiiliu, H,C,  lluv ,l���  Wlllliunmin eoiiijiielcil lho  meinoi'lal  M-rvK'..   In  Ihe  liar-  Jinio iMlh ('t'oninlloii. In I Ion  til' I'liiw-M'r., doiiailon |0 I'llUI'llY  61' votli'1  ehiilce. "0150-31"  Double feature midnight show  The Brotherhood of Satan and  Fragment of Fear7Sun. - Tue.  2 - 4 at 8 p.m. Sunday Bloody  Sunday. Restricted. Warning,  sex involving three people  and coarse language. Phone  886-2827. ' 8174-31  ANNOUNCEMENTS  MR. and Mrs. Howard Le-  Warne of Gibsons are pleased to announce the engagement pf their youngest daughter Nancy Ann, to Clayton  Bruce, second son of Mr. and  Mrs. Ernest Carby of Sechelt,  B.C. The wedding will take  place August 5, 1972 at 7:00  p.m. at, St. Bartholomews  Anglican Church, Reverend  Brown   officiating. 8176-31  MR. and Mrs. J. P. Flatley of  Madeira Park, B.C. announces the engagement of their  granddaughter, Lee-Ann Margaret Flatley of Madeira Park,  daughter of Mrs. Shirley  Payne of White Rock, B.C.  and Mr. William Flatley of  Selma Park, B.C., to Mr. Leslie J. Rose of Garden Bay,  B.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. J.  Rose  of Surrey,  B.C.    9144-31  IF YOU are concerned about  someone With a drinking  problem '..'.' call Al-Anon  886-2343, 886-7235 or ' 885-  9409, ^ 9121-32  ON Saturday, June 17, 1972,  . in St Hilda's Church, Sechelt, Rev. D. Popple officiated  at the wedding of Robert Norman, son of Mr. and .Mrs. N.  Franklin, Sechelt, B.C. and  Brenda Elaine, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Blandford Wells,  Sydney,  N.S. 9151-31  PERSONAL  WISH   to  contact   Latter -Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  '2175  or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community  Hall,   Ph.  885-9327.  8657-tfn  COAST CONTRACTING   ���  Building' - All types.  Roofing  - Duuroid  Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum,.'  Painting - Int., Ext. - Kos. &  Commercial  Concroto  -  biiHemonl.s  -  sidewalk:-. - noil & retaining walls.  tfluur covuiing -  iiiHuktlicm,  _phone. 886-7320���  110511-ll'n.  ���COTTAGE.  .overlooking     the  sea - Bright and modern *-  with basement, '��� sundeck. and, ���  oil furnace for year  living. One acre of  wooded land goes with it.  Near Pender Harbour. For  gx>od down payment will take  $14,500.  Ph.  883-2706.    9140-33  GIBSONS  -   17 bedroom,   view  home,   $11,000.   Phone-  886-  7657.   ���    .       ���    , 7  9143-33  LARGE lot 80 x 268', Redrooffs Road. Potential view  on paved road, power and  phone available. $3950. Phone  885-9654. "      8534-tf.n  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multiple-   Listings   Service  Box  238,   Gibsons,  B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR WATER  FRONT:   6   acres   with   600'  frontage   behind   Harness   Island.   Road   and   water   riiain  -"top���of��� property:- AH-  with    Arbutus  -read- to  ONI'  li- :  a 1.7,  ce.-  across���top���of  lightly treed  ���and Firs���with���access-  bottom of lot. 2 bed. home and  a " tremendous view. All this  for   only  $69,000.   Easy  terms.  PENDER HARBOUR ACREAGE: Just past Haslam.  Creek, just -, above the road  and water main. Three acres  of prime view property with,  approx. 700' fronting on, the  highway all lightly treed with  Arbutus and Fir. Full asking  price  only $16,500.  SOAMES POINT: Waterfront-  2 acres with . 116' waterfront all on a very gentle  slope. Nicely landscaped and  a very comfortable two bed.  home with all utilities. Asking   price   $40,000.  GIBSONS: Waterfront Home-  I.R.-Here is a home that you  would have to see to appreciate it. An ideal retirement retreat on flat landscaped lot  with 4_'eam. Large workshop  and flest house. Full price  $42,000.  GIBSONS BAY AREA: 3 bed.  summer  home  on   four  lots  to lovely safe beach.  GIBSON* RURAL: Within 2  miles of Gibsons village  ' centre, THREE level lots, previously cleared, now lightly  overgrown. Each lot is 63 x *  264 ft., all fronting on paved  road. These lots are an excellent investment, as property  values are' rising. F.P. $3,000.  each. Also the adjoining corner lot at $3,500 F.P.  SECHELT Village: Two ex-*  cellent, well located budding lots on a residential st..  Both lots are cleared and  level. All facilities available.  Area is handy to shopping,  bus "etc. F.P. $12,000. Offers  considered.  DAVIS   BAY>   Large   cleared  lot  . with    panoramic    view  over   Georgia   Strait,   serviced.  Uiiers  to  $6,800. A  GIBSONS: Situated on 1 level  acre in v.|uiei residential area..  Shop's, schools and churches  nearuy. Unarming Post and  Beam ��� Rancher 6 bedrooms,-  spacious living room with  heatilator fireplace aiid W-W.  Bright kitchen and dining,  Counter-top range and wall  oven.' Adjoining utility." Vanity bath has .enclosed tub. Carport and storage room. Terms  on $25,000.  Better than 1 .acre has $237' on  biacKiop  road.  Small' building   sitting  on   Uiocks.   All-oflers   near   $9,500.   considered.  Be the first to see this new  listing* of a line 2 bedroom  basement home. L,arge ,"L'"  shaped living room p-ftis bright  diniug room, cab. kitchen.  Full oasement with forced air  furnace.   Lot   nicely   landscap  _;, >i)M  furnished house. Ph.  ..;i;S 1)829. 4190-31  bedroom suite for rent,*  iiiortth includes 4heat,  -un'o and. fridge. Avail-  -1 week July. Referen-  ,Iuned. Phone 885-9044.  - 9150-31  NEW' 2  BR.  furnished bunga-  I,av,   Sechelt.   2   year   lease  Sep*     1.    Adults.    References.  PI,,,,,,-   885-9872. 9169-33  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mr,   Diane Anderson 885-2385.  -���'  X   7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  SECLUDED     cabin     required  for single person. Phone collect 876-0429. 9157-31  __.;.   BDRM.   residence   -in    or  iu*,*ir   Sechelt.   Approx.   $100  ,,,,,11'hlv.    References.    Phone  885-2326. " 9131-32  --_*,_ (-H-Mi-rE���h offlf- 35��� -x���.  condition,   partically  furnished   $2900.  Ph. 885-9064.  9161-33  24 n '60 - 1440 sq. ft. of gracious living. 2 bedrooms, 2  baths, large family room, large  closets ancl cupboards. Built  in China Cabinet. , Furnish to  your own personal tastes. This  is the best basic unit on the  Peninsula. We have paid the  double ferry charges. Put this  fine home on your own foundation and be eligible for Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-2153 after 6 p.m. c/o Box  73!). Peninsula Times, ' Gibsons. BfC. 8164-tfn  '__ : , ^_  WANTED TO BUY  REAL ESTATE  I'KNDKIt Harbour wnturl'ronl  lot, Sliullorod,, deep, very  auixwilblu to water making U  idiml I'or a year round wharf,  $'I7,[>0(), 'Phono BnO-787'4 aftor  rn.JO pin. Wrlle Box 7011,  .UlbMin,,, l',C.���,, l)t.*)l>-U'n���,  Beautiful Recroallonal ,,,.  Park-liko 160 acros  Secret Coyo  Woll ijlovatod  proporly, hi'itiq-  ot'imii  vIow'H,  tralln  mid  U|tht  llmbur, lnuno jichomh ffoitt 'hlRh-  lor'niH. o/o Box aio, Ponln��Ml��  TlmoB, Houhfilt, 'B.O,    tt73:i4l'iv*  ROBERTS CREEK: 600 ft. of  road frontage. Two and  three quarter acres of level  treed property. Ideal for .sub-  . division or recreational home,  close to waterfront and Golf  course,   Only   $13,500.   TermsT ���'  ROBERTS CREEK: One %  acre, level lot; on quiet se-,  eluded street, Close to sandy  beach. Community water connection in. Nicely treed. Potential view. F.P. $6,000, Easy  terms  Member  Vancouver Real;,EsUUc Bourd  PHONE  81)0-2248  '    NotaryPubllc  LISTINGS  WANTED,  Vjrjce Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877^  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box 231), Gibsons, B,C,  " '"" (I178-3T  ed,  Garage.  2 blockt,  to shops���M0BILE HOMES  etc.   Only   $21,000.  GOWER*"POITnTT: "JTetii-e_"TrT  comfort in this charming  little waterfront home consisting of cozy living room with  fireplace, and open to dining  area. Step-saver cab. kitchen.  * Through hall to private rear  garden. Utility and A-oil furnace in s/a basement. Cathedral entrance plus entrance to  L.R. via sundeck. Matching  garage. $26,500 with cash to  6 per cent agreement.  In  area of fine new homes at  Hopkins    Landing.    70'    serviced   building   lot   for   only  $6,600.  INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY: Block of 5 lots with terrific view to Horseshoe Bay.  All services. Blacktop front  and back. Close to ferry, store,  P.O. and excellent beach. Only  $32,500  for the block.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8179-31  DAVIS Bay���view lot, 1 level  block to half mile long  beach, cash. Price ,. $5,700.  Terms arranged if needed.  Phone 885-2000. 9063-31  WILL TRADE ��� 34' Diesel  ������Displacement. Built in Egmont by Griffith. Cedar planked over oak ribs. Ford 6  Diesel F,W. colled, 220 fuel,  command bridge, dual con-,  trols, sound hull, good motor-  inside needs work. Value  $12,950. Trade as full or part  payment waterfront Pender,  Sechelt. Inlet, Egmont. Phone  C.   Whitcomb,  921-7459.  9112-32  FOR sale - 27' Express Cruiser  Brandlmayr design, mahogany lapstrake. 275 HP Chrysler marine V-8, rebuilt 1970.  Galley, ice box, head, sounder,  etc. A fast attractive Boat. Ph.  886-7268.   " 9081-31  14 FOOT runabout v^ith trailer and 10 H.P. electric starting . 1970   .outboard    Chrysler  motor   for   sale.   Phone   885-  9772. , 9156-33  _ -^ ^__ !_,   BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617  Bidwell Ave.  .Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  Box  374   v  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424   8173-tfn  14  FOOT F.Q. 'boat,   good  as  new;   no  motor."' Phone  886-  7351.   . -    8172-30  22' ^ CABIN   cruiseV,   1.20   h.p.  inboa"rd,   blue.   Ph.   4,8^3644.  \ ' 4188-31  USE   TIMES   ADBRIEFS  1963 CHEVY II, two dr.  hard,  top with radio, $275 or nearest   reasonable   iffer.   Pn.   885-  2131. ���-, 9^171-33  1960    FORD    for    sale,    riew  transmission, good tires and  radio,   Phone    885-2853    after  6  p.m. . ..   "     "   9130-32  PENDER HARBOUR ant] _  IRVINES LANDING  good���  12' TURNERS ciIrIk"er~nie5oar  with 9 HP Wisconsin, forward and neutral gear. Write  J. S. Clark, Halfmoon Bay,  BC $150. Will deliver on Peninsula 9141-31  BUCCANEER MARINA  Secret Cove  Yearly  moorage   available  for  boats  up to  18 feet.  19 moorings  still  left.   Stern   mooring  only.  3 BR home, large view lot, close to marino ond boat launching.  Overlooking   famous   Lee   Bay   fishing   grounds.    * 13,000   with   ..   '_   . -$6,500 down. _   - __..    ~\ ....  Phone 885-9563  9087-31  FRIDGE    wanted    also    deep  freeze in good condition. Ph.  9155-31  885-9044.  24 FOOT Sailboat '.'Talisman"  sleeps 4, inboard engine,  completely equipped, moored  at Smitty's Marina, Gibsons.  Phone   886-7153. 9077-31  14   FOOT F.G.   boat,  good  as  new,  no  motor.  Phone  886-  7351. 8177-31  GARDEN  BAY WATERFRONT  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this  L700 sq. ft. 3 BR home was  built   in   1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   carpets,   granite  .fireplace,, .circular, staircase,  sundeck,  paved  driveway,  etc.,   etc.  Priced at $39,000.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.   .ESTATES LTTW*-, 885-224JI  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544   _j  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  SECHELT VILLAGE  2 bedroom village home. Cleared lot. Carport and utility room.  Ideal retirement home. Electric furnace. Walking distance to shops.  F P $1.3,500; with a down payment of $4700. Call Jadk or Staii  Anderson direct 685-55.44 or eves, collect 885-2385 or 885-2053.  SELMA PARK  Under construction���2 bedroom post and beam. View location  lot is 7 5'xl227 Some trees; good garden soil. Close to beach.  Good sized living room. Level lot. F.P. $22,600. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson direct 685-5544 or eves, collect 885-2385 or 885-2053.  FOR SALE���4.6. acres, partially cleared land, accessible  by trail with two year-round  streams, view, small ono room  log cabin with loft. Roberts  Creek area. Best cash offer.  Phone 886-2717, 9165-31  CLEARED LOT  Ready to build; water and power available, Highway location,  nicely treed; good view. Selma Park area. F.'Pr-$525Q. Call Stan  or  Jack  Anderson  direct  '685-5544  or  eves,   collect  885-2053  or 885-2385.  FOR RENT  WATERFRONT���PORPOISE BAY  Boat   Owners���Sandy   Beach,   Protected   Moorago,   For  more   information  call   Suzanne  or   Len  Van   Egmond   direct   685-5544  or 885-2241.  APPROX.  152 FT; WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  '    $13,000 down,  NEW PAINT���NEW REDUCED PRICE  150 ft. Waterfront, nearly 4 acres on Highway 101  near Madeira  Park. 3 bedroom home with carport, oil furnace, oak floors, fireplace, partial basement. Price now reduced to $32,000.  i   WATERFRONT COTTAGE  90 ft. waterfront on Francis Peninsula, view of Malaspina Straits,  with   I   bedroom year round cottage: Asking price $28,000, with  $8,000 down.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx.   1 ._ acres each. Only a- few  hundred ft. from Marina. Each priced at $10,000���Terms.  MADEIRA PARK  Very  nice 2 BR home  with  lots Of room in  basement for extra  bedrooms. Lovely garden With fruit trees. $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl   Cove���marina,   motel   or   subdivision   site   adjoining   ferry  terminal.  Approx.   51   acres   with   approx.   850   ft.   waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres, nicely  need land with approx.  350' Choice Waterfront. Asking $40,000.00. *���''������  VIEW HOME ON  12 ACREST  1460" Sq.   ft.,   2   BR  well   built  home with   basement.   Reevenue  possibilities  from  older  buildings on  property.   Asking   $39,750.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  WATERFRONT LOTS  75 ft.  $16,500 90 ft.  _.  $18,500  135 ft.  .._. $19,000 88 ft.   $18,500  295 ft,���$ 16,000    250 ft. lease lot���$ 12,000 .  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira   Park���Gently   sloping,   nicely  treed   lot.   $6,500   cash.  4 B.R. VIEW HOME  Near Madeira Park, and on large view,lot. Oil furnace, balcqny,  immediate possession. $14,700.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  DAVIS  Bay-  tttgc,   $00  August   13   ���  lU.f5-9740.    ^all   electric  cot-  wcek.   Available*  Sept.   3.   Phone   ;   9174-31  FURNISHED suite, lurgo unci  eleun,     responsible    couple,  non smokers abstainers, no  ���polKr-'Summer-raies'to-Septem--  bor. Box 91(18, c/o Box 310  .JPanlnmilR Times, Sechelt,  SECRET COVE  Lapgo,  well  treed  lot.,.Protected  moorage.; ��� Clams & .Oysters  at.  your door, For moro Information call Suzan'ho Or Len Van Egmond  direct 685-5544 or 885-2241.  ONE THIRD OF FISHER ISLAND  350' waterfront. Famous Lee Bay, Pender Harbour.  Bost salmon  fishing area. Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P. $16,500 with  % cash.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from   ��� "   '    $4;000, ���        '  H ���,-.,...., ���,.  JOHN BREEN LTD.     ;  PuiKlur l-lurbour. -,      . ���.  .. .^Tol;  883-2794  .....I..1*, i       , . '  .   ,    ' .,WA,TliRI"RONT..AQRE'AGC   , ,  ' Appro*' 400'���Older house���Good locallon-^Magnl- ���   rn!OT"vi^^ ���  -'   V.ISH -FRONTAGE-       -���'���������  Nicely ircccl   lol-^Would  muko  axculloiit wuokoliU...  r* '    -   ratriKit��� Only !|.560Q,00 F,P.  SLMI,WATI"RI*RON'r  IImuiIIdiiI lol���!)0 pnait. Imm Uoach���Nlcoly Irood���  ACCUSiS" from blacklop���WntQCnpcl;ppwcr avalUiblo--  A roulaogd buy qt' $7300.00 F.P. '   "  ��� | +T��., t#,rt##iH*fc��,.a W*  ^t��t4^^y^,^^S.^mt, *mm wpatwy w> w��n*��iww��>wi,*��r.lw'  Full vJuw ol Pondor,,THqrboui;_���.Both havo'. walor-  ��� ��� F.P, $6500,00 each,  Ono ,37yogrt��". oklr-Olhor brqn��4 n��w^:|>9600,00 &  *   ..   '   :|,io^qo.OO-ru^puclIvuly.  I NI:I:L>'LISTINGS  Gill John Uioon ul M3-2V9. (2<1 hourn)  ..�����#  >    +   it*    9  iff    Ii     hi Mi   iWi  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE   NOTARY. PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  ^ Gibsons,'"B.C.      '    '     ' "'      *    ,Q86-2481,  'N'EW, CONVENIENT���NHA built; roomy houso In  a qulQl-rStroflt In Gibsons .village, ona-block from  amonltlos." Split level design, |usl' the place for a  largo family, Sower hookup availablo, Could bo yours  ��� for only46.000 down and $39,000 F.P.. ~   ,���������!>.���ii,....fi���' ���������"���- ������������ml  HI !���������������,��� ���'���,- mm |  HALF AN ACRE of landscaped garden surrouhds this  H^lTTTom'o^rrGowor PolnrRpacl. Big living room wlllT^  F,p,, two bedrooms,etc, and,ono vmoro,bedroom, kit-,  chon ancl bathroom below. Extremely well built, many  c��tras1"$/|^,500 on terms. '  BUILDI NG LOTS^Ti^lWc^ask usl  GIBSONS"VILLAGE^TERFRONT"^Sized lot with  lovely beach, Largo homo with baamod colling Itvlng  , room, fIroplac^ Keats Is,  ^awdJ>alnjaiaJiQck.3jc^  Thoro aro very few lots availablo "In Gower' Point I hit*  BlVio cincl price, Cont*ldor100'x260' wllh nice iroos tor  .-*$L),0toonly, :-7.7..,. ,7,,!     77. 7,,,. ,, ... ,."\L ,J.:: '  ..  37'T Mlpliwqy   Iruiiluijo,  2\t\  uuo,.,  Cou|d  bo  i.ub-  *���cllvicld-fl~ibn~lhvbaliTicnl-7~S��ihalciri!lnl-���O.-It���hpuao���an-  ono sklo, $18,000 on lorms,  2 bedroom rotlromont homu on-loryu Norlh Rocid lot  In YIJ!aga��� $..1.6,500,  V  ^G'RANTMAMS'tANDiN^sfOR^  ~Awgood'bq3lnQ5s*for5omconarEnqulrq"ra'"doTallsr*���ra  ���iall In and pick up your free Brochure of Proporllos.  ^(|H!��i����|W9WW'^'ifl*m*pH��WfllW^ *��������* 4��p.n.��r fJ..Jni��"ii����Miti��"ti  ,,,7..,....7.L.,,7,,,.iJsfS^^  K,  A,   Crosby   BU6-26va~X"1:r'Whlla   UU6-2V&  ������   '    ' ���       J..Vlr.5ar 883-2300'  WEST SECHELT���WATERFRONT HOME  94' of Waiorfront, Flat lovol sandy beach, A real cholco. spot,  Vlow of Trail Nancls, Complolo privacy, boautllully trood, 3  Bedroom, Largo living rpom wllh'flroplaco, W/W Study; 1 % Bath.  ��*--Double'Carport'-Workshop *l 8'x24'f*'Excollont* condltlon;'-Typo��of����  proporty hard to lind, To view, call Suzanno Van Egmond direct  685-5544 or 885-2241.  SELMA PARK   "  Nico 3 bedroom homo on lovoly, Iqrna landscaped lot,  Fantastic  vlow, nico bright kllchon, carport; workshop In back. Asking only  $29,900, Call Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond 885-2241 or avos,  7 ;, ���        ���     ��� . 885-9683, ..,...-  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  * VARIETY STORE���SECHELT* ,     ;  Illness loicoii salo df llils gbln'o concern, Slock Included, Busy  main si root local Ion, 2000 sq, (t, loaso |>romlsos, !|i 1.50,00 por,.  mo, l-loal* Included, Gross Sales approx, lf.35.QQQ, Could bo  Incraasqd, ,F,P, $16,000, Terms,, Call direct 685-5544 or avas,  ,::���,,;, Collect 885-2053 or 885-2385. JackorStan Aridorson,     '  ^..IWAtERFRONT   MARINE SITG~GARp|N BAY  295' of Walgrlront,   1,6 acres, walor loaso ,1  aero, Floals ancl  Marino way's, shops.  2 bdrm,  homo wllh bsmt,  sto, Southwost'  exposure, Wind free, Protected moorage, Real value, !ji45,000,00  TIPrWi'nT'aT^  Collect 803-2385 or 885-2053,  WATERFRONT���SECHELT VILLAGE .     ,  04!. waloitronl Ipl In Vlllago of Sflcholl, 4 l3lkn,to sloio, Sandy  bunch,* Mnrlno only slops away, Nlcoly Irood, .,., $12,500 .wltl;.,  lormti, Call Sloti Aoduraon flnyu 605-5544, Even, collect, 005-2385,  or Jack Anclorson eves, collect 005-2053,  MADEIRA PARK  Choice vlow 'lots ori 72 lot subdivision, "Prices" from'$5,QQ0" to  $?,000. Somo cleared ready for building,  ACREAGE WITH, WATERFRONT���$45,000  Approx, 550 ft*, watorfront wltli nearly 10 acres of real nice land,  " fruit-troos7grdss'"arid "natural* trcbs'rOldor.'housd^^^  llvablo. And could possibly bo dlvldod Into 4*parcols.  APPROX,'275 FT7 WATERFRONT     '  Garden Bay���ovor ona aero, Doop, sholtorod moorago. Full prlco  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  ��   400 FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN 'RARBO'UR���  1^400 sq,  ft,' unfinished  b|dg���i6'0'xl?f',doluxo mobl|b'iVort-u,'"  r,       Landscaped, iloal and.marlno ways, Asking $53'Qi0O,  LAGOON ROAD  4 very. good,,bulldlna��lots������Easy,walk|ng distance to school-and  ���storos'at'MdcloIra Parkr$6)000 eaclT^$ 1,000 down.  ' I RVlrW^T^N^TNG  2 BR furnished homo qn largo view lot', Cfosa to,marina, boat  lauiichlno'andfamoMs Loo'Bay fishing rorqunds, $15,000' wltK  $7,500 down,   ,.: WATERFRONT' SECLUSION    1  150 It, choice waiorfront on Francis Ponnlsula, ovor hall acrp,  with ono room cabin, $1Q,QQ0,  wwwawwtwiwjw^M^  ,_-,,.���,..���������--������res jauraNT ��� "-��� - --"   On the wntorlront inSoclioli, A real charmlna "pot to dlna, Lot'  100'x250', 2000 i.<|, fl, of bullilliui, Juhl boon ranovolocl banriunl  ~iri9mrO'ivti��rn-wai*il|ii(H,^-w"lw.i,^*nl)��,*'ll^  |oi'iiialluil call bun '���>���' Siuonnd Vo'ii  "iflnionil ��.llre��| .605-5544-  ..,,,...... .'   w. 805.2241,-  ,...,   , ,,      .  V    ;      DAVIS BAY���VIEW LOTS  tnrfjo M�� wllli lutuiilHiil vlnw*ol"|lio''lVuitii'i7iii.r liilati'ilfi''F'nuily  lu build on, hum only 1>7UU0, Cull bu/uiiiiu ui Len Vun Lgmuml  ~:'HJi9-"2i''1 l'-or'^��UU-yotl;l^rTr~flirrci'-"lrnrn~VnnanivtT--,60'>^^^*4r  .      .   7    ' INVESTORS,,    ....  Konl choice 5  ii-.tcii puilly cluaied with miiuII ilwullin.i  .111 It,  Aliio 5 ecrns in the Secholt Arnn, Good lorniH, Cnll Suzanne or  ���^^^^LuixyaiiJ��iwud.dM^  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On approx,  ��/i aero loyal, lot. near Madeira- Park, Has electric  heating, llraplaco, Htorago and carport,, Full prlco $21,000,  ���     FURNISHED. HOME���IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortable 3 B,R, view home on largo lot, Good gardening  boll, CIobq to marina and boat launching, $25,000 with torms,  1 .      157 ACRES���WITH TIMbhR '7  '��� d.lv 3670," witfrrwara  , has approx, S50 ft, (of'* watprfrpnli enMlxal Lako* road &'crook  through property"olid an old hoiiso which could bo rebuilt, Full  _ , .���pr|ce- i|iS0,*00Q-wlth^25^00"dQwnf-"���-���-~r  t *!i*la1rtfj-J^#1��C#KS*i1l��l'-,^  WESrSECHECr  Largo view loU with outhlnndlng vlow nl lho Trail Ulaiuls, Good    bandy .bonch.��rxuw*.,.,Onlv,,n'-lDW���htcp!��.awny���luiin',x3ll,(ioi:vlc4i��r-Coll..  Su/unno Wm figmond direct 605-5544 or 005.2241,  WEST SECHELT  Laru"  l'Jl<  nlt<'ly  'i.'"'  I1"' "ly  W/iOl) "loinii,,  Cull ,Lon or  ' liii/uiinu Vun l"_jmuii.| oai'.SU'll, \(  , ,,1.,RU|3.Y���,L^K|;'.,,,....���.,.  .'���   \V> It, wulorlicjiil  with Hoat and  lurnlalmd catlago, Cninploto  with running' footer, 'bathrooiii1 and i.oi-vlcod  with 'hydtci,  Full  .,,.,.���.,,���,,/,.,,,,.,,,,,:,,,  prlco,$21,000 wtth toririti,Mr,.,^,....^, ���.,.,,,   ._^, l^iiiS^I���- m^L_��.  Atlmctlvo 2 li|< homoi'laiao omnlio IhopluLo, dblo, plumliiiig,  'hiinducK,  Very  largo  baboment   with coipoil,   uhop  y>w.o>. <cc,  1 own   and   o��(ra   BR, * Uociulllully* laiiducapod   with   HhhiHiiuli  1        , $35,000,   . ^ ,  ���Many.otl\or^vlow.ond��watorfront4,lot6.lntbo.Pondor-HQirbourorco-  KililSlIill  ,     REAUTY LTD,  ,,      Madalra PaiK, B.C.  ���.  PhotitS Ponclor Harbour ^B3-2?33  xxi^  'WWtfr*l��WIR��if��IM'W��!f**W����WW��H  * 'A  put/****.'*** '��..41  h'TijW^tetiWw^awswfaHi^wwi'Mrtl' Ww'ii*<)��tiyBa��w^iWWhifr|iMwW'��*MllHfH��'  BI^4^tm��fat9fV��*f~l  T-���  'i 1  ,il* �� ���.  1   1  'V. .   \-  -(���v-  w  ��� nsfei  jfijjaSsssf^ISi^*''1  \  '^U���S_*_T,l_li(?.KSs(Cont���,     HELP WANTED (cont) LIVESTOCK  P. M.   --ii.-,   Imr,'   |.*,H*,I   Falcon,  vii    c\ liiulr.*r,    autoinaiu*.    I'|>.  B!;:: '.'-hi. 917:3 rt 1*  WANTED  lira or (',.) CTirysl.M*  N,*\v   Yorker or   '���."Mr    ....si,  Phone   885-9K72.' 9104-33  FOR SALE  (CunlinueJ)  II'" Vi >l. aip aliaul of getting  ���'���'���"���>, \vci .(,!��� w.*rk - Vli^n't  apply. We are looking for a  inau over '.'ll, tnp.*|.ani.*allv inclined with dean driver's  i?ii.ci\ clepeiVlalile,  own 'truck  lu*  3   PONTK-S   with, saddles.   Pre-.  f'er to .-.ell  together hut  will  .consider   separately.   Ph. \M3-  ?-4-l'.7 '\ '9152-33  ALDERWOGD,.  cut   to   order.  1959^    PLYMOUTH     2     door,  hardtop,    mechanically    A-l  shape.' body  fair,  $125."Phone'  886-9984. . ' 9136-32  19-17   FOT-in   with   283   Chevy  engine. Gdod condition. A.sk-  ine $1,000 or .best offer. Phone  Btif. 9843. '      9064-31  4063  OORVATP", good  running  condition.   $f!50!   Phone   $85-  K:t?t- after -C-p m. -9154-31.  MOTORCYCLES  ���72 SUZUKI 90 cc.  Eve. cond..  3-.000  miles.  Asking  $371)  or  best   offer.   Ph.   485-5741.  '�� 4187-31  WORK WANTED  bondnhle,  an asset but not  necessary, to learn plumbing  ���and heating trade. "Prefer  someone who has. experience,  in house building arid-ar roofing (handyman type). This  could work into steady year  i'i umd job for .right man.  \Ya._er. cnnimen(',iirate, with ex-'  pei ience. Apply Coastline Ser-,  vice=;, nevt to Shell Station,  Cnu-ie. St., Sechelt, before  noon Thurs. or Fri. only. No,  phone  calls. 9163-31  Help Wanted, feftnale  OFFICE receptionist. Must be  able to do dicta-typing. Reply to Box 4192 P.R. News  stating qualifications and experience.. 41*92-31  BUSINESS   OPPORTUNITY  FOR SALE  v  FRIG I D A I R E     refrigerator,  good _ condition    $40, _ Book  case $5. PH. 886-2245.    8175-3i  TRAYNOR   lead   amplifier.   4  10"  speakers,  6 months old. v  $400 or oflers. 883-2535.  9074-31  Phone^B.lS-L'-tllrl   if   no   reply  phone   H85:��-��32ri. 3637-tti,  2   SETS   of   trolling   gurdies.  Oflers     Phone   885-9001.  \Oi 29-32  -A-  LEGAL NOTICES  M m��(: u t**�� w��*��  -\: ���'  30"    ELECTRIC?    stove,    three  years     old,     rotiserxi,     meat  probe.   Phone   885-9098.  9.172^,1  RUBBfeR   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may    be    obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  ��� - . ,.���  SELF-Counsel Press books put  On the right track. Reasonably priced books answer  questions on B.C. Incorpora-  tion;    Common    Income    Tax  FORM  No.   1  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OP INTENTION  TO  APPLV POR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land -Recording District  of Vancouver" B.C. and situated in Porpoise Bav, Sechelt,  B.C.  Take notice that Tyee Airways Limited of Sechelt, B.C.,  occupation   Airways   Operator,  BRICK-Blpck   and   stonework.  Phone   Art's   Masonry   581-  1093   (Delta). 9059-31-  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - lulling danger trees  -  limbing for  view..  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-t Pn  BUSINESS  machine  repair  &  service?'.   Phone   886-2728.  7993-t fn  JOHN'S  Bulldozing   for   landscaping,  clearing  lots,  small  odd   jobs.   Phone   885-9342.  9103-31  HELP WANTED  MAN to paint  house, wanted.  Phone  886-7793. 9149-31  CARPENTERS invited to submit bids to construct, shell  of summer cabin. 20' x 25'.  Near Egmont -paviston., Your  plans, your material (new or  used). Write Box -9158, c/o  Box 310, Peninsula Times,  Seehelt. 9158-31  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment      T  Transportntion daily from Port  Mellon to camp and return.  Interested parties call Vancouver Radio Telephone for  McNab Creek or writs to Box  ,110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  /enquiries, attention Toriy  Duraliu. 9065-tfn  EARN MONEY  IN-  SPARE TIME  Men or Women to re-stock  and collect money from New  Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area.  No selling. Tp qualify, must  have car, references, $1000.00  to $3,000.00 cash. Seven to  twelve hours weekly--ean net  excellent income. More full  t;me. We establish your route.  For personal interview write",  including phone number.  B.V.   Distributors  Limited  Dept.   "A"  1163 Tecumseh Road, East  WINDSOR  20,  Ontario.  9138-31  COME AND GET IT  GOOD  home wanted for white  male   pup,    3   months   old.  Phone   885-2021. 9153-31  FOUND  SMALL trans, radio.found at  Gordon  Park.   Ph.  485-57137.  4186-31  1 PAIR boy's glasses and case  found at corner of Manson  and Duncan. Name "Gordie"  on frame, black case. Ph. 483-  9385. 4191-31  PETS  FLUFFY part Persian- kittens,  4 black and 2 grey, free to  kind   homes.   Phone   885-2080.  9160-31  GOOD home only wanted for  2 year old part Labrador  male. Good watch, dog and  loves children. Acreage preferred.   Phone   885-9312.   9075-31  1530 ABBS ROAD - GIBSONS  Located half way up the hill from wharf, turn left and  you'll come to this beautifully appointed sunken  living rm., 4 bdrm,, separate dining rm, home. Excellent broadloom, open circular staircase, fireplace  centre on -feature paneled wall. Large sundeck on  al If ront rooms open up a view from Gambier Island,  Gibsons Harbour, Salmon Rock and well over.the  Strait'  to'Nanaimo.'  Wouldyou 'believe   $33,400?  M.L.S.     *      .  E, E. Ekclahl - 926-3771  pr 922-1244  Law: Consumer Law; Civil  Rights; Real Estate Guide;  Small CJaims Procedure;  Wills; Land-Tenant' Relations;  also Fight That Ticket. All in  stock at News, Books & Stationery at the Times Office in  Sechelt.   Phone   885-9654.  9162-32  ONE    set    sturdy    iron    hunk  beds,    $35,    also    Panasonic  solid   state  tape  recorder  and  tapes.   Ph.  886-2660.      9166-31  4*xl5' SWIMMING pool,  CAV  pump and filter.  Phone 8815-  7453   after   5   p.m.       8167-32  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  BEATTY twin tub washer,  , spin dry, like new, $100; Ph.  after 6 p.m. 885-9339.    9167-31  FOK LETTERHEADS, envel-  ��� opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing  contact, the Times office at Sechelt or phone 885 9654.  1. VACUUM cleaner, $40; floor  polisher, $20; 14' canoe, $150;-  portable  stereo  record  player,  $50.   Ph.   886-2826. 9142-31  IF   IT'S   suits���it's' Morgans.  8115-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  CHILD'S   crib    and   mattress  (white), % steel bed (brown),  bed and mattress. Phone 886-  9548. "*        9145-31  COMBINATION Emerson stereo-radio, AM-FM. Also Sil-  vertone mantle radio, AM-FM.  And brass fire screen. 886-  2916. 9053-31  TTTtends lo apply tor a lease of"  the  following' described lands:  Commenting at a post planted at the North West corner  of the 4.0 acre parcel (Plan  M3174) of Sechelt IR No. 2  being I-l.W.M. of Porp'oise".  Bay; thence West 500 feet;  thence'South 200 feet; thence*  East 500 feet, more or less;  thence North along H.W.M. to  poinl of commencement; and  containing 2.3 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is ..required is  facilities I'or operation, of Airways,   floats,   hangar,  wharf.  TYEE  AIRWAYS  LIMITED  D.   J.   ROY���B.C.L.S.  Dated June. 19.  1972.  9139-pub. June 28, July 5, 72.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate   of   Marian   FERRIE,"  deceased,    late    of    Box    606,  Sechelt,   B.C.  Creditors and others haying  claims, against, thesaid estate  are hereby required to send  them ttulv verified; to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver l,-B.C.,  before the 9th day of August,  1972, after which date the assets of the said Eslate will be  distributed, having regard only  to claims that have been received.  CLINTON' W.   FOOTE,  PUBLIC  TRUSTEE     ....  9148-pub.June 28. July 5, 12,  1.9;  1972.  To keep crackers crisp, and  salt free-flowing on a camping trip, it is suggested storing them in an ice *chest. As  long as they are protected  from the melt water the cool  air is also drier, helping to  preserve the crispness.  ls>t AND-2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans. Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C,        Phone 926-3256   ||j MacGREGOR TO REALTY  Box 79,9, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Van. Direct: 685-3133  ''SERVING THE-S0HSHIISE-TCOAST''  GIBSONS'  Well-built, loyqly 2 Wrm. homo only. 1. blk. to ono, of  the nicest beaches In the area. Level;' fenced ��� and *  landscaped, Easy walking to P.O. shops etc, Very woll  priced for only $16.800,Easy terms        ,.,.',....  "     ; PENDER-HARBOUR AREA          LIKE A PARK: Here's a perfect spot for your summer home; A lot  right on Oyster Lagoon,. It's $6,000 with $1,000 down.  WATERFRONT:  Original evergreens and beautiful view on  litis  level lot with sunny oxposure on Bargain Harbour, $13,000,  LAKEFRONT ACREAGE: District-Lot 3993���1 18 acres? Has 1200'  on Garden Bay Lake and 200Q' on'Mlxal Lqke; Owner will cut  ..,��������.�������,,.��������� In.half.and sell,separately,.at4.1>QQP..per*acro,,���w^.m��OT��,.  VIEW ESTATE���-1500 sq. ft. rancher as now. Has 2 bodrooms,  ..h.'flh. roughed |r, basement, H,W, hpat, double plumbing, flroplaco  ond with most'of thei furnishings Included, Sits on 12 ocean-view  , acrps with oyer 1300' highway frontage, Income possibility  from 2 cabins and a well, stocked machine shop on proporly,  $39,7130,09 on vory good terms,  SPECIAL FOR KlDSI Horo's a nice A bedroom post 8. beam homo  with lovely vlow ovor wator; It's boon cornp|o|e|y ro-flnlshnd ond  lias on aero of wqods to play In, This Is a good buy at $14,700,00,  Call Jock Hermon at Pendcir Harbour   (883-27JJ5L24��.hours_. .,. _,,. ,.._. .���.  ���������     CHARTS ENGLISH LTD,'  .LANGDALE,  Extra largo Southoron exposure���vlow lot���80 x20Q  (Cdulcl boRiibdlVklod���2 lots); Owner most anxious to  *��� * - ���-���-'- ��� -flolL [?,P. $8,000, , ..    ., ��� ....,,,������   SELMA PARK  Lovoly v|ow lots on paved'road���All service?'etc  ,Mtis(J)o.,sonii^Priced ol .,&nJy.;,K500v T.[Y V0l*!r PJj  arid torms, ��� ���      *"*"*  -*������^*���137sM'l31"IIRHSL7\-NP ^ "'  Imagine 9,*6 acros with older hbusa on In need of  repair,' foronly $.12,500,fantastic summer *  ��� ' hldaway,   ' ������  ,    . * , GIBSONS ,     ,  TcraiOT=5^  2 bdrm. homo; You" can'* boat thlsfor only $12,000,  - ',wiit;i.��   I'd'!,,'.' v ,\\i,i'  \S2)m^>  4. \m, k(rJi iJ Itimt i,   '  URAND NEW 3 AND A BEDROOM HOMES  J^Jccd^oJlUanyJ^  view liiu3o today. Also pickup a brochure snowing you  how you can purchase a how or usad norno-wlui  ,��� GovornrhentasslstanCQ.-,.,^ * ���.>  Lorrie Girard: M&TW or 886-7760!oi��  Shlrloo.JanovyskY!'886-7244 or 886-2353  Van, 926-5586    ,,.   _  ..    ...  i ���> ii*  Choice; level 1'A pcras with over 850', vyatoffront In  only ono of this kind,  The Peninsula Times Page A-��  Wednesday,June. ^8,19f2 ; ,;  MORE    a7BOU\T . .  ��� School Bo^rd meeting  ���from page: A-l  feijce, it had been, hofied. that this would  be* built but nothing seemed to get done.  In rljbly to > a question'.from trusjee.  Bill Malcolm, it was stated there,, are  ner" volunteer,- aides at Roberts Creek  .School. District superintendent R. R.  Hanna said that teacher aides are being  v used extensively throughout the province.  > >   -     .  Asked : about parents feeling on the  educational standard at the school, Mr.  Havrken said that he knows one letter  indicates   dissatisfaction.  Mr. Mulligan Suggested that-some���of-  the   parents   spearhead   formation   of   a  ���P.'TA.   Replying to the Bri^fr-^board chairman Shiela Kitson said that the Board is  concerned and appreciated people taking time to attend the meeting. "We will  investigate t^ie complaints and endeavour  to take action, arid hope to start a fresh  in  September",  she  added.  Regarding the music programme super-  -intendent  R.  Hanna sffid this is a  weak  area in-the curriculum but  the Board is  working on providing a teacher for intermediate  grades.  N\r. and Mrs. Lee Roy Duncan  Reside in Hawaii * * .  Catholic Church wedding  unites Duncan-Percher  One businessman to another: "My wife  had plastic surgery yesterday. I cut off  her credit cards."  Teen-ager to friend: "All my-mother  wants for her birthday is not to be reminded'of it!"  JOHNSON  Outboard  Sales & Service  OMC Farts and Accessories  885-2812  Sechelt Home Service  Box 636  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechelt, B.C.  SEHELT will hold a treasured memory  for two young people who pledged  marriage vows in the Holy Family Catholic! Church last Saturday afternoon,  .Tunc *2llh.  The charming young bride Yvonne  Marie Percher of Chilliwack has been a  child-care worker at Sechelt Student Residence 'since September, and the handsome groom is from Minden, West Virginia, presently serving with the United  States Marines in Hawaii which will be  the young couple's home for the. next  year or  so, ��� ���  The bride is the ^eldest daughter of  Robert and Louise Percher of Chilliwack,  B.C. and the groom is Lee Roy Duncan,  eldest son >of Carl and Lily May Duncan  of Minden, West  Virginia.  Rev. Fat hot- H. Dunlop officiated at  tho ceremony where Sister Lucienne Trudeau sang the Ave Maria accompanied by  Mrs. M, P. Frank on the ot;gan..  Escorted by her father, the bride was  radiantly happy ancl  very  lovely  in  her  floor length, empire styled gown of white  lace .over satin  with, flowing lace ...vain...  ond  scalloped  nylon  veil,  She carried  a  bouquet.'if dark rod roses,  7- "���'���' "Atten^antfe''' ���''���' wore" Matron '"of 'Honour,:  Mrs,   Ken   Dickie,   cousin   of   lho   bride;  bricjesmflids   nnd ���< flower   girl were   the  bride's sisters, Suzanne, Felice'and'Cor.ln-  ne, Porcher   und   lhe   ring   bearer   y/.n  Cnmillo, brother of tho bride,  Best.' man  wuh Mr. Anthony  Zngwln  ns  ushers,       ,  Tho reception was held In tho Ponin-  aviln Drlve-ln linniiuol,' I'obnV docdi'ntocl JiV  pink nnd .while where the  bi'ldul  table"  wns con I rod wllh  Ihe throe-tlercc"  w'od-  dlng cake In white with plnU Iced rqaoa.  Foljowjng, Ihu   reci'ptlrm  the  you*ng  couple left, for Hawaii where they expect to live in Waikiki for approximately  one year and  a  half.  Cabaret at Pender  add to attractions  CABARET comes to the Pender Harbour  area  and  should prove a popular attraction to the tourist, industry as well as  to local residents and, visitors.  The Sunshine Inn, formerly the old  St. Mary's hospital, at Garden Bay was"  completely renovated more than a year  ago and has since proved a welcome  facility as a compact and modern hotel.  Latest innovation is the Cabaret, to  be featured Friday and Saturday evenings of each week. Starting off with a  local group from Mixal Lake known as  "Eldergreen" it is hoped to increase the  performances depending upon support of  the public.  For. those seeking a pleasant evening  of dining, dancing and entertainment, it  is hoped tlie Sunshine Inn at Garden Bay  will  fill  the bill.  TORO.'. ���  A Lawn mower the ladies  can start. A fantastic,  electric start mower.  Bring   your    wife   and  w ���  come   in   and   see   it.  Woman to clerk: "What, have you got,  in the way of an 'invited-to-tbe-chureh-  but-nol-to-the-reception'  gift?"  ��   LIFEBELTS  ��   BOAT HORNS  ��   MARINE HARDWARE  ��OARS AND  OARLOCKS  ��   WATER  SKIS  ��  TOW ROPES  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street,' Sechelt  Phdrie 885-9626  'W|MnMpMMnHlMM|��MH'PiMMI!IMMMWMMI��nM  , r>w Mf m m m p h m j* m m m m m mmmmmmmmmmmmimfmmm^mmmmmp.m9n'4  m��- B stewsi-f*'-  WORLD'S  LARGEST TUGBOAT  RACES  GIBSONS FOURTH ANNUAL  JUNE 30 "�� JULY 1  - JULY 2  ���  9. m m mm r>�� m m MH^nnHMN��Hrrm,NMMMM mmmmmm  j      *  ���*tvii�����w����� �����������<�����>����� 11 |Tri^-i^.iri.��m inniiT,iiiiniii��i,iii>t��i.ryini,>iiiitliiM.���.i��iiit���fai.iii ��� ,   i In. jl.., i ���', J    in j in i^iii i ���  .. ii ...i  .  Modern 5 rm.. basm't,, 4 yr, old homo on largo vlow  garclcn lot; within' walking "dlslarico of qll sorylcos In  ^Madolra��RQrk,;:Asklng^$,l5,Q00���down;-��.bQl,��.byOTA/.S,7,.  i  >���������"���������'"��� '���;' ��������� ������������������..���������^  Beautiful 31  acros with, lots of hugo first.growth  tlm|*>nr/ and  over. ,20007 of  waterfront with  yory  ��^holtprc(_l.deep.mooiogo^ldurry#Jhla.won!itJa'��t-^.P:.tr^^^  tlmo of fored.,.  w  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  JMMWMMWWMWMMMMMMMMWWWI1WHWJ1JI  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTP,  Your BAPCiQi PXlNf  DEALER jn GIBSONS  On th�� Whprf - 886-9303  -' ' r- ��� ..,���4,.7,,,7,74.���..  Quality House ond Marino  "" Point. ���"' ",'w"-"  RESTORING  OLD  FURNITURE  (Part ID  If tho aolor Isn't Junf r|flhti for* your contemporary furnlRhlnflB, phanno  JLUfiJXSSrllUSa^^  blanch, Apply with a brunh or sponrjo, Irtttlnci It dry until you roach t,ho  .' rlQht shoclo,; Noxt*, rlnso accorrllnn to iho monulacturor'n directlonn, When  lho furnlturo In perfectly dry���II ,moy tako 9. day or two���-fiand llnhtly.  an's  Men's Wear  G.W.G. Work Clothes  tinifmMvUHWuuvHWMMWUUHumn  Wor|k ^|^yo��  SECHELTrBC,  m^mitrmimmMmnfimfii.  CALb-JrACJKTTNOI3LEr8a3*270l~*:���  ' ROCHESTER REALTY1 * :  936-7292  ,i"  SECHELT  /No, 1 Top Lino Paint1  , Interior/Exterior  Reg, 8,95 gal,  TO SEIWR   ,  THE SUN^IiiNp  COAST  If tho wood Is too light nlaln It, First, romovn all pxppsod hardware-.  Then,* clean off rjrcaso or dirt marknhy aan(llnnr��rwlp|nn with denatured  '"alcohol;*^  ^ W*B��Vl^W6i(rt��^'W��MlW^^  "������~"*'Apply^hft**ntaln-wlthni-'bri<!ihi���worklnn;"on-onfr^  It Aland for a fow mlnulonj then wlpo llrjhtly wllh a llnl-frno cloth until  you obtain Q uniform color, Dqqln wltlvthe more Inconuplciiouupart^and  do the front ond topi |o*.t, Lot Iho slain _.lry ovornltjlit, ��nd you'ro ready to,  npp|y the yarnlnh,.     ,     ��� ��� , 1    ,   ,    ,        .   . ,  r,,^*H^tnH ��, ��m�� (I* |��H.^fl  ����p.  . ��t�����. Mi**f��t *w*w.  "   PLUMPING ^HEATINp    '  CHIMNRY CLEAISINQ ��� ROOFING  ,   Salos & Sorylc*  IfMl  Box 799, S-schelt; PA*. Cowrl^St. ^BB^Q^ll  TWIN  CREEK  SUPPLIES  t  Your  Gllddon Paints  , ,',   Dealer..  Two Location!   to-.Pflnra...^  you  1  Sunshine Coast  Highway  ���~-��ir  Wi**f*  GIBSONS  p86r2291  SiCHteLT  ^85-2200  *itM^'*a?B*-*lJ*wiwH*an*!p   1���  "   M   ��V  " n�� i \>V* 1    4 f  :V  mm^��m  . . i. . - -   .��� wtM I  *w-^^��  t%mtiw��W��spiMa^^  1  tfmnmwHfmmilmM  _____��� ' *\ \  Interim Pastor serves  Bethel baptist Church  Bj,;*lHKL   Baptist   Church   in   Sechelt   is  ���,,\,\*.* being served by an  interim  pas-  t0l   ivv. J. E. Harris, whose home is in  TF*iv-*.-rt.^-n. - . v  ���\1i Harris,- now semi-retired, has serv-  h.irches in Alberta and B.C. since his  onlin.-.Hon in 1927, and also was principal  of Vancouver Bible Institute for seven  y(.;n>. He comes to the Peninsula Saturday.- and returns Monday, and is thus  available for sick visiting and get-acqu-  aintt-c! calls as well as conducting three  services on ..Suriday. The morning worship  in Bethel Baptist church at 11:15 and an  -ea-Hiei*  serviee  at  Calvary  Baptigt,   Gib-  ���is the guest of his sister and her-husband    'Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  while here each weekend,  Mr, and Mrs. Wednesday, June 28^ 1972"      ^  Richard   Reeves * of   Roberts   Creek.  ^��� ��� ���:*.   GIBSONS FOURTH ANNUAL  FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY  JUNE 30 - JULY 1 - JULY 2  ^_MH__��______U_m_U_U___lil___u_____u.m_mtL  also an  evening  service  there.'He  Use 'Times' AdBriets to Sell Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  LADIES'  Around The Harbour  ���by Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  '-���'"ir.  *'  Red Gross  Youth  Working on projects throughout the    only sent $50 for the purchase of sup-    sentation last week are:   Els Zuid-  year to raise funds to help children    plies for a school in Greece but also    ema,  Rosemary Hoefsloot  and An-  both  at home  and  abroad,  Elphin-    gave this  generous  gift of toys  to    nett Assaian.  stone's Red  Cross  Youth  Club  not    St. Mary's Hospital. Making the pre-  Red Cross youth club  donates to Hospital  ELPHIN'STONE'S Reel Cross Youth Club  lias.Hfjain been very active this year  raising funds to help'-children both at  home  and  abroad. " ��  Qn Monday, June i.9lh, three members  of the club,'E_rf��Zuidema, Rosemary Hoef-  ���sJoot. and Annett Assaian and the group's  sponsor Mrs. Bea Rankin, presented to  St. Mary's Hospital a box, of Fisher-Price  toys and some therapeutic toys. The therapeutic toys had been cut out by Mrs.  Clfj  Day  and  painted  by  club  members.  Reporting for the club, secretary Lori  Rodway states that this was one of two  major projects undertaken by the club  during the year. In allotting funds at the  end of the year, $50 was ?ent to the  school in Larissa, Greece for the purchase of supplies. This is a school in a  very poor area and the Elphinstone Club  has sent money each year since 1960.  LADIES'  PULLOVERS  PULLOVERS  lar styles. Assorted colors.  Reg. Sell $4.98    ���)   AA  special Se5S  The staff really likes this one.  Regular $5.98.  SPECIAL   MEN'S AND  BOYS'  JOGGERS  Compare at  $9.00.  Guaranteed J   AA  quality      4��59  LADIES'  SKINNY  PULLOVERS  Assr.  colors.  Sale 3.98  SPECIAL ���  Ou  r  reg.  2.88  LADIES'  BRA AND  PANTIE SET  One size fits all.  Bright colors.  Real popular at $1.99  SPECIAL     There's a new hook called "The Hypochondriac's Handbook"���it's for the  man who has everything. .  FIRE was reported at- the residence of  Colin" McQuarry, on the farthest end of  Francis Peninsula, Sunday June 18 about  3:15 p.m. The home was unoccupied at  the time, Mr. McQuarry is a lawyer from  New Westminster. The fire was reported  by Mrs- J. Ledingham whose husband  first  spotted   it   while   out  fishing.  By the time firemen arrived the  building was all but completely destroyed. Firemen were kept fighting the blaze  until 6 p.m. Cause of the fire is still  under investigation.  IN   BRIEF  Bingo fans are* reminded of the regular bingo night held at the Community  Hall in Madeira Park Thursday evenings  from  8  p.m.  to   10:30.  Lions meetings are being discontinued  for the summer but will resume again in  September.  FISHING   DERBY    ��  Hospital     Auxiliary     Fishhvj.   Derby  tickets for $2 can be purcha'sud from any  member-1 of 1he auxiliary or at motels  and stores in the vicinity. The derby  will run July 1st and 2nd with weigh-ins  to" take place at Irvines Landing 8 a.m.  to 8 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Sunday. First prize of $100 goes to the  person catching  the  largest salmon..  BIG   CATCH  Lucky" .fisherman, Ray Bossley, with  his wife spent a profitable ten day vacation at Duncan Cove resort recently.  Monday, June 19, R��y caught this 30  pound spring. He also boasted a 22 pounder which he landed the previous evening. At noon. Monday, Ray pulled in a  21 pounder and another 13 pounder later  in the day. All these were caught near  Daniel point in the other side of Lees  Bay.  The couple went home with about  12 salmon all together. Ray and his wife  reside  in  Port  Coquitlam.  LADIES'  EXERCISE  SANDALS  Built up heel.  Leather strap.  SPECIAL ......  SHELLS  Acrylic great value.  Assorted  colors.  114 in stock today.  CLEAR A    AM  OUT      ^JbJM.  CLOSED SATURDAY, JULY  - Open Thursday and  Friday  Nights tili 9 p.m.  See 3rd Front for Thursday  Night. Specials.  LADIES'  PANT TOPS AND  FANCY BLOUSES  All sizes up to 96 in stock.  Our regular sell was A   AA  $6.98 SPECIAL i��#59  LADIES'  BLAZER KNITS  Full length.  All sizes, white qnd blue.  See this one���  Regular sell $9.99.  SPECIAL  _;_   7��t����  isjddiiSiiAitNi^]  DEALER  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  ampbell 5  Uarletu   oiW.  SECHELT    y  Phone 885-2335  /  DOROTHY  DDIAkl  VIXIrHrll  JANET  * i^Ij**  tROPICAUFRUltwSA  14 ox. ..., ���.��� x  3'for  <~  TOMATO JUICE Tt"'2~89c  Werners  ,   "'     "���:��� 77'.''���; 7! jaiy^'xiio  aeon!-  Llbby's,*  48 ox. ,.���  ORANGE CRYSTALS*����?��: 4... 79c  WHOLE POTATO Hun"  14 ox,  MARSHMALLOWS   '7,  ���-j--"��f"' 'ft**-**  Ih,  Round Beef  .0..  -.Tito-  69  fi  Ik-KAiI   vflCEjC jmvEiJ  hot dog buns  12's /���.***��  W m*    m      pp.*.*** I**!**��*,!<(. few til*�� f <*** * rMV'Sl*1        Up^^  i-mmmimmmmmmmm.  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Badge Or Brig*-lt's Your Choice . . .
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GOT your button man? It's-your choice
—button  or  brig.
"Doing  Time"  in  Long John  Silver's
hrig will Via thp fat.-*- nf those fr
out a Gibsons Sea Cavalcade button during Friday  night's events, on the wharf.
Long John and his crew will be aboard,
and   offenders   will   find   themselves   in
the  brig. ■
And Friday night is just the, start of
what promises to be am exciting fun-
filled three days.
Bruno Gerussi, star of CBC's Beachcomber series, will open the festivities
that evening. Also on Friday's agenda
. will—be—tire—blowing—up * of—the—pirate
ship; the introduction of the contestants
for Miss Sea Cavalcade who, incidentally, will have an opportunity to participate in this year's Miss PNE pageant.
The Peninsula^!^^
Section B Wednesday, June 28, 1972 Pages, 1-6
with trophy for the winning Company
and a cash prize forx the winning individual. There is the log dogging contest
with the salvage boats; inboard runabout
race (40 mph and up) 'which is still open
for entries. The World's Largest Tugboat
Race features four  classes withthe fourth
swim to Keats' Island and back and. a
children's row past featuring a prize for
the best decorated rowboat. There will
be swimming races for those in various
age groups and medajs will be presented
to the winners. Ih addition, look-forward
to  the  log  burling   and   canoe  jousting.
being   an   open     race.   Several   Legion The program prizes will be drawn at the
branches, including one from the Whal- end of the water  sports.      :          7"
ley  LA will  take  part  in the  Nanaimo And   there  is   still  more.   The  Men's
Bathtub Race Shakedown Cruise. Softball   Tournament - is   being   held   at
The children to children salmon bar- Brothers Memorial Park and the .Timber-
becue on the wharf will feature a  sea- trails  Riding  Club  horse  show  runs  on
AH this.wiE,be)fqUow^<i;,')^ that will  include  salmon-.or Granger Road  near  RQbqrt^-.,^^., ,Jhis
Mrs. Dot Rose chooses a Sea Cavalcade button rather    than taking  a
Badge   Better   Than   Brig
operation when the three-day event    man,   super button sales  ladies  at
gets underway Friday night. Doing    Super  Valu' on    Saturday,   eagerly    Sunnycrest Plaza
ing of King Neptune., an open air dance
featuring a variety of music styles-^
bands Blackbird and Homegrown, as well
as a host of others that will offer folk,
rock and country and western music.
The firemen will provide a candy floss
machine while the Venturers' concession
will consist of 18 flavours of ice cream.
The Hobby Club's, handicraft car with
handmade itemsi gob hats, buttons and
programs will also be on hand as will
clowns passing out balloons for the kids.
The SS Master will be at the "wharf and
open for the public. To wind up your
Friday night's festivities the' Kinsmen
Beverage Garden will be open on. the
tennis court at Dougal Park.
On Saturday, the early birds will get
an opportunity to try their fishing skills
through the Kiwanis Salmon Derby and
it will be a water, water everywhere
situation when the firemen participate
in  the  fun  filled  war   of  hoses  at   the
chance r on "getti^
John Silver's bri£ which will be in    Linda Biggeman and Dawn Blake-
fiojr 733, G/6so«sr S.C
Linwood "Bill" Brandon
Post office issues
holiday schedule- ^
THE  GIBSONS  post  office  will  not   be
open to the public Saturday, July 1
or Monday, July 3, according to postmaster J. Marshall.
On the Saturday, there will be no
receipt or dispatch of mail.
On Monday there will be no over the
counter  service;  however,  mail will  be        . y     ,.- ,_    —   ™	
received and dispatched and. rural mail    Black Prince apparently developed a leak Wordier, MacDougall  of  Fort_.JVLe.uon,    Kinsmen Beverage Garden  on the  ten-
drowns near Gambler
A  PORT  Mellon   man,   Linwood Locke
"Bill"  Brandon, 56, died on Wednesday  of last week  after his vessel The
it was not until the vessel was near Gam
bier Island around 8 p.m. that the mis
hap occurred.
The" parader with "^ Grand' Marshall'
Bruno Gerussi starts at 11 a.m. and will
include the pipe band from Vancouver
Legion Branch 83. Everyone is urged to
take part in the parade. Immediately after the parade the housewives race will
take place at Dougal Park and will involve a distance of about one mile.
Prizes will be made for first, second and
third winners, as well as the oldest participant. ,,■
Dougal Park is the place for the kids
"Fun Fest." Refreshments will be available at the TOPS concession; clowns
and balloons again; pennies in a haystack for the youngsters five years and
under; candy floss from the firemen;
balloons waiting to be broken wi% darts
al the Voyageurs booth, while 10^ cents
■4. tygt""\wiiii:4 ^92^- ."*-.7."E?"fli*&^.>^t- ^tl»R Jack and Jill
;<^7,7t"<""'^^^ Be  sure
to visit Branch 109 Gtibsons Legion
booth. Also, there will be a tractor hay
ride for the kids; children's events sponsored by Pulp and--Sulphite Union 297
which will include races and prizes, etc.
for the three-to 12-year-olds. Again, the
Hobby Club will -have its handicrafts
cart  on hand.
The  parents  will   want  to  visit   the
deep fried cod; potato, coleslaw, lemon,
.roll and beverage, all for $2 for. the
adults; $.1.25 for students and pensioners
and 75 cents for children. Oysters on the
half shell with seafood sauce : will be
sold for 10 cents each.
The Celebrity Auction Saturday afternoon will include a host of items, such
as articles from Bing Crosby, vice-president Agnew," Phyllis Diller, Gordie Howe,
Bobby Hull and many, .many more celebrities. -Don't  miss  this   one!
The crowning of Miss Sea Cavalcade
1972 will be made by the retiring queen,
followed by trophy presentations and as
well in the evening the Kinsmen Beverage Garden will be open. She Sea Caval-
gade dance will take place at Elphinstone
Secondary School, with another planned
at the *legion.
On Sunday, weigh-ins will be held at
Smitty's Marina for the Kiwanis salmon
derby until .2 p.m. For children up to 12
years, the Gibsons Wildlife Club chil-
dreh's'fisbJ derby "wiir'also"''
and free pop promised for all.
The firemen's water sports, popular
with participants and spectators alike,
starts at   10  a.m.  with the long distant
BCWHA' judged event' will' see 7perfbrrn-
ance classes in the morning and a gymkhana in the afternoon. A concession
will also be ih operation.
A  gigantic fireworks, display will put
a grand finale to the three clays of fun.
As a footnote, one of the weekly CBC
Beachcomber episodes will feature Sea
Cavalcade. It will be the last of the 13
episodes shown. This means CBC crews
will be filming during the cavalcade.
The Kiwanis Salmon Derby weigh-ins
will take place, at Smitty's Marina from
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, July 1 and
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, July 2.
Cash prizes will be awarded for the
largest and second largest fish brought
in, as well as for hidden weight. Winners
will be announced at the firemen's water
sports on Sunday. The areas involved are
the same. as those in the Sun Salmon
Derby. Tickets are available from Winston Robinson, phone 886-7226 or from
Smitty's  Marina.
--^ ^ASy~spare Hh"elp^"thf"ouli_;hout"mthe^Sefer
Cavalcade would be greatly appreciated.
Inquiries from people and those wishing
to enter events are asked to call Jo-Anne
Rottluff at 886-2968.
will be serviced as will the usual service
be available to boxholders.
around 4:30 p.m. While the leak in, the
boat was first noticed-in-the- afternoon,
was at Centre Bay when Mr. Brandon
called for him. There was apparently a
lot of water in the boat at the time according to a spokesman for the Gibsons
detachment of tlie   RCMP; "Mr." Mac-
Dpugall asked Mr. Brandon whero he wus
but thereN,was..,fnol .^answer.  The.,,,Black,,,
Prince" was he^t seen around 7:40 p.m.
as   it   c,amc   around   the   point   towards
Latona, Beach,on, Qambier Island. ,  ;,.,,„	
Burt. Carson of Latona Beach saw thu
boal low in the wator and summoned
his crew. When the vessel was about
100 feet away Mr.Brimdon camoout. on
deck, and* then «tui'ned«arouncl*uncl«wunl«
bwck in tho cabin, Soaring the clock thu
bout's motor stopped and the tug sunk.
RClMP'CpT" jLouJ ''B]ggomni^'^:i:^(^''''C(in'-''','
stable  Strakor investigated.  An  Inquiry
will bo hold.
Mr. Brandon, well-known In lho nrou,
Is  survived  by  his  wife,   Beverly |  onu
U    son, Jiuiios, Port, Mellon; his mouW who
\}   resides in KohIq; two' brothers, Malcolm
of Nolnon and James of Sooko.
A memorial HorvJco was hold, ►Sitlur-
flay uCU.Cnarvoy.Funqral Homo, Cllli-
Honn, -Rev, Jim Williamson of GUihiiiih
United Church 'officiating,
Harold Wood passes;
HAROLD • Wood,' who was  prosidonl  of
"""orco Votorans Association, dl«d last, Saturday morning nftor « lengthy illnoHM,'
, Jor eight yqj-.rs, Ho was u charter mom-.
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oil; in the United Church Hall. Included
will be art by'Grade!6,pupils at Gibsons,,,
Elementary School.
Visit the display at the Pioneer Mu-
ment at Brothers Park, and don't forget
the water events. The sidewinder contest   *
, is*. a>„ timed; competition * for • boom • men
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»«WlW>B##>^»^^ w  '-N     \  \  \  X  ,,,,a.;mmVm_m,_,,.m  i^i^si.^  :*:*:--v:a::K.^  "'*"-  Page B-2 The Peninsula Tinges  Wednesday, June _U, 1972  e  ���~^--^-.  Students from teacher David Rem-  pel's  class  at  Gibsons  Elementary  Elementary Students  at  Hope  Hall where they were hosted during  their recent field trip.  The journey  School pose outside the Hope Legion    included   a  visit    to  Harrison  Hot  Springs, a tour of a farm and among  many other things, a visit to a chicken hatcher. ?'  MMMM��WPMWMIWi>W��l>l��l<WVWil��y<iWt��l<l��M>fMMMWMMWVWI��l��MI��W>  MISS BEE'S  CARD 4 GIFT SH0f>  .. WKorTKoad - Sechelt - 885-9066  P.O.  BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutf-s cards and Wrappings.  Fine . English china *. cups and saucers.  Boutique   items,   local   artists   paintings.  WWMKBMIMnfHMinaBa^^  You KNOW You're in style  with  ^Meten J . ^ra m ion 5  Lyons Shoes - Thongs  Tender'Tootsies in All  7 - ' ��  Fashionable Summer Shades  Gibsons - 886-9941  ���'lllliillllllllinnili iiiiiiilliiililllli i i^  I     AGRICULTURAL  ADVISORY j  1 FARM !  (By Jack Mills)  Wv  Time Out for Lunch  Janet Scrugham, Cathy Forsythe and    on the Schmidt Farm during David  Cathy White take time out for lunch    Rempel's Class field trip held recen-  So say the students y . .  Field trip for elementary youngsters  proves interesting, tiring and the "funnest"  TIITC  THTNG   that   jusl   about  everyone jnent for this .pt^rtioulpr trip would mean  thought   would   be   the   funniest   was a lot!    ���   ������"   ���  Hun-ism.   Hot v Springs.   But     when   we W(,  wpr0   Vorv busy   all   through  .the  found out  I  think some of the thoughts fuur dnys l)ut we a|] enjoyed every mln-  chun-L.i'cl   beciuise   of*   the   isma lineal'   apd \{\q 0f _.,        '���    '  t.oni|)c*.>ruture  of  1lu��- pool. -Everyone  st ill - ���'-���      ���'��� ���--������'��  cnjiiyod  I  think,  THE  PASS. ..Mo ~ weeks   have. -been _ far  from uneventful,Shaving been back ..to  funerals of' very close relatives,  as well  as  one  wedding,  supported  by  losing  a  . wheel while cruising along in a car. (not  jmine)   at   65  mph  and  getting  stuck   in  ja  burg  called,White  River,  Ontario  for  'three   full" days".   But  White ^iver  does  boast  one  thing,  as  the  signs  say, * "the  coldest   spot   in  Canada���72  degrees   below zero." Fortunately it wasn't that cold  white I was there but there was frost on  the ole pumpkin, rest assured.  And I have no desire to open, old  wounds, but- I must make an open apology to our local Chamber of Commerce.  The council-chamber episode meeting  held just before I left did not get reported as I intended and consequently  readers did not get a true picture of  what went on at that chamber meet and.  another consequently it ended up with  Mike Blaney getting all the barbs. Mr.  Blaney did get the ball rolling. But each  and every chamber member present had  a say, and it is just too bad I hadn't written the story before I left. That's the  way it goes. And the trip back east' left  quite a  few  impressions.  First of all, one cannot help but  think that this summer will be the busiest,  tourist-wise on record. When the highways are as crowded as they were and  school was not even out you can get.  ready for a booming season,  Secondly, the worst drivers in the  world have to be those in Saskatchewan.  On Wednesday we went foFlTTouFTn Never have I seen so many people pull  a .little steamboat. It was' really fun! out of sideronds in front of you oh a  The rest of the duy we mostly spent: main highway���rush, rush, rush��� and  driving. We spent the night at a farm then drive along at around 20 miles per  in Sumri.C "hour. But 'one good point I'or Saskabush,  The -next dav we got up really early    l'iey c,() hn,vo "1��"?�� ��r Ul�� tlne*  oum����-  losee-il-he cows-being    mm<eci;** Al'leV**-*^  'brenklhst'' wo ' went  to  a  chicken 'farm,' ' si?P  wUh   tlur except Ion   ot   taking   lho  where they processed chickens from ii.cu-    odd  showei"  nt  1lie'se  campsites,  and  if  A Quiet Trip  The bus ride to. Boston' Bar was a  quiet one for students from Gibsons  "Elementary School, as the youngsters had just finished busy -schedule  in the Hope area. Patty Star obviously found the trip ^relaxing .one  at times.  Open  for demonstration of  NATURAL PEST CONTROL  11 a.rn. to .4 p.m.  Every Saturday  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek.  FREE ADVISORY SERVICE  Phone 886-2592  ~"ui  iiiiiiiilii.iiHiH^liiiiilMiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiimiliUMIMMM"*  BE ELECTRIC LTD  tly. The youngsters stayed two nights  at the farm near Sumas.  RESIDENTIAL  AND  COMMERCIAL WIRING  MAINTENANCE AND DESIGN  the trip ?��n.d,. here's, what happened.  Hour Amwering Service  FREES  ESTIMATES  Bob Lambert   886-7605   Ed Dolinsky  Wyngaert Road ��� Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons  TF  For mo, one of the things which I enjoyed most was the Sanderson Hulehery.  , Su.w.roto Carol, Daugherty, n. fituclcnL*^^  of teacher David Tieinpel's class at Gib-     Bby, they were ciite! The only bad thing  sun   Klemenlury   School,  who  took  part     was that the male ones were killed). Also   in, a .field, trip earlier, this month.   .u, ,we ,Haw the huge-incubators. .On all, the hators, ..We .'went to'-avfow other -plums .M^M h'^n;  triod, Ihoni  you. are .cer-  We'll   let   the  youngsters   tell   it   tho    *>'����*   we   wonl   wo   had   questions   to and then, wenl back to the form.                ^  J���"1^,, S^l;,,^1!''11^,J1;0  way  thoy  saw  It,   Ho*,  is  lho  rosl   of    ��,1MW0'' The next morning we Ml for Boslon    ���o st  ��o��ds  In  Canada  have  to   be  in  Carol's  ri'Dorf                                                      0n thc whole, the trip was ono big Bar, stayed I'or lunch and then went lo    ��� "���""�������� _���.,,_,���__  .   ���'      ...            , '���         ,         success.  I   bet  everyone  enjoyed  them-" Hope/                                      ...                   -   And   linally,-that    Sunshine    Coast  ��rlfeme.;nte  Mr,   Hi'innd'H   Hl��rk��d   to   raise   money          And here is how Angela Pedninl sums and we.had a' lot, of fun that night. That,    ?nd *1��n��i<��l(* '������ <<" be the most refresh-  nr u Irleld lrip,7Well, we lli.ully raised    up her ve_.>s,0��� of tho lrlp: nighf we   got   to   .sleep  easily   beonuno    lnL' fiiBhl  "nn "nn wUnftQq  nn  "  1*n,,��-  .tho needed*$<lil J and m 7:.*(> a.m. June 7    Remember about a month ago thoro ���'we,,w6po���'���'-sb���wtliiecl^,,,���' '"2""��''"""""  our ,- ass noiidly giithcred at   lho l,ang-    wna mi n,.Ucj0 in tho. paper on how Mr, Next day  we drove all  of  tho  day  unie lorry  terminal.                                      Rempel's   class   was  raising  money   I'or and everyone was ..exhausted! It wan an  We all boarded Ihe forry with excite-     afield trip?  Woll, we finally  went on exciting trip! ,  �� HmQ m   �� .,  toP^-ST,, p.iilgfl      m m%^w.m%^  by  u  ,imi��jVi.V'i*A W M��rt.-^8fc**fifeF.'*l&' >**=sl��t  ti  ^    f^wfptty   t./   .   .   ,lf   te^f-ftt^^iM^IMfe^iKM.f'^M*^  Ing sight, ono can witness on a tranH-  Canadn-trlp,- ������ --������������������������ *.'������-..-������>. -���>���,-������ -....'.-...  Well, this is Sea Cavalcqdo weekend  coming up, Get, rowdy for i\ groat throe-  day 1'un filled venture, Rnjoy yoursolves  ���this Ih your show Gibsons!*  With llio high cost of meal, Sunday  dinner ls becoming V.nowh as rimst brief.'  HARVEY FUNERAL  HOME LTD.  A Complete Chapol or Church Funeral  Sorvlco or Moc|pra|Q Cpst *  MEMORIAI, SERYICES $235.00  INCtUPES CREMATION FEE, OR  RURIA-U IN WCAU CEMfitARY  ANP TRANSPORTATION  For FMnoinl or Memorial Prc-  arrongoroontt",w��,,,*,^*l����*"  PHONE BB^SJSl  ' J. Roy Parkins Owner * Manager  TRODAN  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  i��,.i      r.l ���   ,   ,t ,.   v)..),',*l , , '  II*  ,..,,..,. r      , ,        ,   .' ' f  Fibreglass septic tanks are light  .    (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL,   .'-'.  Building and Plumbing  Supply Companies or  Sitsptif! Tank Contractors  "��%"7n"7^_*tmMm��mMmmmM>mmmmmm��m>*m^^ O O fiCsfO <S*,  Support Peninsula Industry  To help you cehbrote the Pomlnlon Pay woekend, we  .o,ffe.iLC.Ai^  during the extended shopping hours in our Sechelt $fof~e"on  THURSMY, JUNE 29 and in $oth Stores on FRIDAY, JUNf 30,  Mov|n0* to.i North Vainicouvor*' '"' v!'""*"'"'',"  JJCMP Cpl Lou BlRRcmnn nnd fnm- , orgnnteod tho Venturers Club hero,, nnd Lori, Cpl JDria Dnndylp Ixilnc  ily will bo louvinu (Aimnt. UiIb Fri-   whllo his wife .lanfll, was a lender ln   tranMorrod horo from Blu'o Hlver to  (l��iy-whcn-ihoy-wlll^nltoiU��-ro3ldence^ho-Toon"Ho^by-C1whrCh       ^  in North Vnncouvor, Cpl BlRRomnn   (left, lo right Lonnno, Eddy, Mucin',       -   "  IFASHIPN CENTRE  -H^Mtii^nt"*ti9*.mi<. . ���  SUNNYCRE&T PUZA  GIB50NS_.���.  mmpmm*#tm>imm  wwM^nsHOTMJWftrrrrrWMgrrmw  ���J_���.-U  We t/fge one ancl 'all to enjoy the many activities of the  sons '^l^l^MCf^lun^'Wt July 1 ond #.  fH49H4f*��t4^r*4 **���  T~  *. \  Anavets Corn  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  V Air Fbf��e Unit 3^7  by Adam McB-ride  GREETINGS!  s.\_      As you. know, from seeing the way 1^  walk   (sober),   arrangeYnents, have   been  made for me to go into hospital.N  I was down for. a physical examination some time ago. and as the hospital  is not far from ANAVETS .Unit 100, I  fouled everything up by limping into lhe  hospital on the wrong  leg.  After several painful falls off the  chair in the admitting office, a bed was  rolled in and I was placed in it. much to  N the ioud, meanmouthing of the gentleman .already occupying it. But as luck  Would have it, he too was an ANAV01T  who waft in for a mouth transplant, (foul,  to be replaced by a mealy). He was telling me of the last fellow who had been  bunged into his bed. H& said this fellow,  av logger, had a small cedar splinter in  his finger, had picked at it with a dirty  safety pin and two days later was dead.   1 said  that���it had  probably  been  bloud  poisoning, 'but he said "no", the fellow-  had been run over by an ambulance as he  was leaving the hospital.  The admitting nurse, I noticed, wore  golf shoes with particularly long spikes  in them. She explained to me that be-  - cause of the tremendous shortage" oi help  in the hospital, all inoculations were  done in groups of ten to twenty. The  people to be inoculated are laid out in  rows on a gymnasium mat. all with their  left arm stretched out. Stepping into a  large tub of measle, mump, tetanus, typhoid and leprosy antitoxin mixture, she  sloshes her golf shoes thoroughly about  and then simply walks down the row of  bare arms.,This system works quite well,  she says, except because the odd patient  is very thin, considerable damage has  been done to the gymnasium mat.  Making out the admittance forms in  a hospital can be a very long drawn out  thing. The nurse says it is infuriating* to  V].*  Wednesday, June 29,. w7"2. The Peninsula Times  ^w  Page R-3  i i,i i i.i I i*mrw iu ii 111111111 PT-rrtfTTT+^yrT'T 111 i 11  '.%\\%%,.'.%v.\-.,,-.,,*,,,.'.-.->:-;-;.;.:.;.;.;r>:4*.*.%,.'.%sv^.;<.''.;.:.;.'.;.'  . \  Old library site to be used  Mderman quite concentei  over post office pari  7-ALDERMAN Ted Hume made 'At quite  7    clear to village council members that  -i-rue isn't too happy with the idea that  t\\e site of the old library building across  frdm the post office will be used for  parking���at least for post office patrons.  "J* am--opposed to the village providing  parking  for   the   post   office,"   Aid.  ��   said,,  "why���shoiiM���we���provide  _i��.*" ��* j . w_V__*r_^M_,*T ___,__*JFv '      B'/  _     jin   ink-i  Shown are some of the students at  Langdale  Elementary  School    who  ry-anti^etr-T-nforrTtatkrrrnjtrlrTJ  lence.at a special assembly held last  Wednesday.    Mrs.    Sheila . Kitson,  Fitness  Awards  at  Langdale  chairman  of the  board    of school  trustees; made    the    presentations  ser, Deriise. Hart, Glay 'Mullen, 'Don  Parke, Richard' 'Mansfield;" Geraldine  who has swallowed poison or lost both  legs, not to mention the dozens of forms  that are useless because the person has  simply quit breathing while sitting there.  Because of .a slight disalignment of.her  visual quality, the admitting nurse has  me booked in as Mr. Ahmad Macabrinda,  aged 270 lbs., and because of mV name  has assigned me to an East Indian doclor  from the obstetrics ward. This can be  very confusing because with both of us  old blokes in the bed, the doctor keeps -  asking us both to press down. Press  down and phone when the pains are less  than a week apart.  Although, I managed to get a bed of  -  my own and got transferred to the mien's  ward, I have to face some rather painful  s'urgery of another nature. After looking  ��� at m!y file, Dr. Shandiimar Singh has decided that because I smoke so much and  cough  continuosly,   the  last . time  I  was  on crutches I had done considerable damage tp my armpits from coughing while I  ... leaned   on   them.   My   armpits   have   to  come   out.  The feeding pf patients has been speeded up superbly! Each patient is given a  fishing casting rod, the food wagon is  pushed through the ward and everybody  flycasts like crazy! Never having fly fished before, in the last four days I have *  managed to catch one broccoli, t\yo bun-'  ches of radishes, and seven serviettes; The  fellow In the next bed has warned', me  not to complain because if you do, they  take the hook off your line.  The   surgical   procedure   is   also   so  streamlined that they have simply incor-  porated   anyone   with' "reasonable"   ex-  ,   perienco,,,,iivtq/.,..U)e^...ppe^��ting;,!,,1;eomM.,,,Al.-.7  though' a dentist who was 'sitting jm the '  corner  sulking   was  placated  by   being   .allowed to,extract two.of, my teeth,, he.,  has completely, ruined my upper plate.  I toll you it's unnerving when tho fellow  with the scalpel is wearing on apron  marked 'Lilly's Fish & Chip Shop"! The  ^.i^Tworlc^i,^ ky^/lio-^***^^^^  simple method of a clear plastic overlay  placed over the patient, and it has marked on, it, of course, the location 'bit "all  your organs, (except four sections which,  nro simply marked as no no). Upon everyone agreeing that thoy are ready, on the  count of three, a well placed shot" with  Shovm~-*a*re������*her34-^^  Pednault, Gail Wolverton, Neil Fra-   bell arid Mrs. Kitsoh.  parking,  when, they  blatantly. refuse   to  provide parking themselves."  The discussion came after a copy of  a letter,', written by Mrs. Sheila Kitson,  was read.. at last week's regular council  meeting. \The letter, addressed to. the ~  library board, asked that - consideration  be given tb-make the old library building  available fto local artists for the display  of their works.; Mrs. Kitson pointed out  that there Vis nowhere in the Gibsons  area for the\ display; ��� of works by sonie  very, talented;- artists..She wrote .that the'  painting and\ craft .work cp,\V_[d7 be displayed with;��� sfcjflie 'bj7tl're*.b��.#i<s,'''n"bm7't(Kie  library, and. items, of 'interjest-rfeaf; would  attract people \to tpui*, the, rhtiseiim, in.  its rrtost welcome enlarged building, all  So conveniently'*, located -within walking  distance of one another,-and of parking  and marine area.'.   .' 7  "Please give some- thought ;to.this pro-  posaV  *the-- letter\ cpiJcljaded,7 "it   seems,  so easy to dispose' of such- buildings then  .-wish-Uater-^ha.^ ���had���net���--  been taken." \ :  While disposal of,the library building  is the responsibility of-the library board,  Alderman Gerry Dixon commented that  the main concern is the need'for parking.  "What'""do'''^6tr,'rh%^'"we"''ne'ed',"'if""f6r'*  parking," Aid. Hume, asked.  Mr. Dixon said he wai5 referring to  the post office, health centre and sur-  lmniding   establishments,  "I think we're just-going backwards  j I we do that after our former statement  oii" the"'posf."5'Hf ice7'^Al,i37"HumV a'd'a'e*d7'  Mayor Walter Peterson said it was a  possible misconception on lining the area  jusl for post office parking. ��  "The demand, is getting tfreater. and  greater what with court parking, the  health centre, ^tc", the mayor said. "Gibsons^ has a acute shortage of parking and  Nwe need all the space we can get. 1  don't think it would be an asset to us  to leave the building there���-.-it's not our  building."  "I agree," added Aid. Hume, "but I  don't see using it as a parking lot for  the post office���even putting grass in  there would, make the corner .look like  something." '  "��� ���  In other council business, a letter was  received from the Lands Branch of the  Department, Lands, Forests and Water  Resources in Victoria giving approval to  the village's leasing a block of land on  the Sunshine Coast Highway a ways west  of ��� the Twilight* Theatre:, The* original  proposal; from-rtlie department called for  a purchase price -pf $26,000 or a yearly  leasing fee of $l,!j00. The new agree-  mentwould involve a leasing fes of��� $25  plus the statutory lease fee of $15. Council, unanimously agreed to accept, the department's proposal.-  0NLYY0UCANPREVENT  GIBSONS  FRIDAY,  SATURDAY,  SUNDAY, JUNE 30, JULY  1-2  ,; ,  vi,'.  ..'.v-.i ���!%"-'J'* I.; i .i. '*��� * ''.���. -;, '.'.k !',".'���" ��� -.- v-'*.' '��� '������;-.   ���' . r-.| r'J, ���  M&et2MxtMiSe>ptembetii..; ��  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners  hold final meet before summer  Mmtmww.'***w**wti#***iv*p*4*.  THE IjAST meeting, before the summer  recess  of-Branch  31), Old  Age Pensioners  Qrgnnlzotlon  was held Mbnday,  presented Mrs,.' Spiers with a token of!  appreciation and affection,  Mr. MacLaren gave c, report, on llio  ���,'7:J7i7:Theyi:,;;Arei'Ph/i5,ically  Fi*  ;' Ii^^ -0l  excel  lence, lilies^ students .from Langdale  Elementary School completed their  physical, fitness. program!, and came.  (left to right) Jamie Egan, Bruco  Gib'b, , Gail Nielsen, Jamie McPhe-  ' 'd'i*aHp'rMlke','McNevl*ri';: Iain Frasorf  Sigrid Petersen; (back row) Susan  Vedoy, piano Pollotler, Alana Greig,  Gaithy Gibb, Bruce Hansen, Moira  Gfeig, Ingrld I-"etersen, Pafty n;AH"  riu'tt^ Mt4s, vShella' Kitson," Chairman  Ox tli6 Board o'C School'T'ruR'to'os^m'ai'idQ"  the presentations.  uy Direct from the Miil  Cut all sizes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction grade, & ��| *&JFk  random length  . ..... -.r  b,m.       JL3if  PRE-CUI HOMES      3 Beidroom 1148 s^ ft.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted, ft m mgkgk  Complete package _���r      JL �� If w  . Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  MM  Number tvro and btr.ftig|f0  bevel siding ��� .p.m. ^ JL03  210 Ib. roofing sq. butt-  colours . < JLUo93-  Surrey  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  9815 Robsorl St, 5)88-5441  marked, with hlnckfoll pqncil* hut ,upon  roc'ovory 1 find somo cheeky individuals  have played i\ _.nme or two of oughts  ond crosses on, ono of tho no no nroas of  nnv ni^otpmy, ,Tho7,rocovory room fiasco  hos been 'completely Imiprovod. It is kept,  Duko.nf "Windsor,.  A worm welcome wns filven lo nix  visitors from Roberts Crook and Sechelt,  and to now members Mm, Kathleen Ferris, iMrs;'Aucli'py75iin'dy, Mips:R'Qso-'vMory";.'  "VTodloy, MIhr' Jean Colder, Mrfl, IVIory  IJovoJl, "Mv, WUllom'll.olif.on, IVlr'si Agnes  is  ot o constnht 1(1 d ogre os Fohronholt, and'  - ��h tho-'iamo recovery ppom,donotos,, tho a0ij;^.fi7BQ^ioQ''Nm  oholoo is given entlroly to tho patient,.   j^(,H   pj-ovoncal  Either got, with It or you ore oil sot for        H���npln.fl ^|d'   nr0 nvniiablo for non-  4ho^obvloiifl��ooneJvifilon~to*y()ui^flt��y��ln*��^����^^  otc, "contoet 'Mr,* MncLnren, '  , .Senior .Citizens,; Socholt,,- hovo.ia.lrlp  planned for ��� Juno, 30, going to Park &  TlVford gardens, ilunqh,,10 7di,iV0'tu;Wh|1(1  Rock, then* to 'Slmpson-Seors, loo,vini. nl  tho, bus. stop, Gibsons, B:30 o,m��� rottirn-  ing 7sl0"jp,nj, .iorry,���1Fhro $-1,00, Also t\vo ,  1)uhesrAugi4st"'23 for"iho'PNM', Fiiro $..,00  For furtlior lliforinoUon for both, phono  --Mr1:.hJJayj^;(ilJ^)8;aM7L^r.^ ��- ���  mpkl ondJS*, fo!\;bottprl(!S, ll^tho.pepslpn  hospital,  ��� i-���I proboblyrwon't soo nnyono for somo  ry c|iuto, H woi|ld seem oil my porsonol  July 12 Is the tontotivo doto sol for  ,, o trip ,���. to', Ruby,, TH��l.o,, ond .Egmont, Curs  or hos a mold, o sultoblp hoorlng old will    will bo needed, so those with cors plim  hAu.nrlln-l^l^n   H; , Wn,v lnfn,.m���1 ln,vnhnno nlnff,t,O~'B0h'drUlQ^bUll'.i^Md",'hFvu'''lJr)i)m  _ ,. nnnnn���rt ;or*pnMQnRorfl^  h.vm ot IMI()��i)IW), , , know, Also o plonle Is being plunned for  ' Sunshlno convonor, Mrs. Ellon Chom- August to tho Porpolso Hoy Morlno Parte  borlln, kovo hor rop(|rt., In llou .of birth- Compslto, MoirfljorH oro tmkod,4o.-wolt)li  dny..cordnJ.wo:;weJcomo.Mrs,> ChomborlliVH,. ������tl)u,���pnpor��,��� nnd^Hupoi^marliots-for-mi-.  boppy voice on tho phono soylng honpy nouncomonts of summer ootlvltlos, '  birthday.' For thoHgi who Mrs, Chombor-* ' The monthly rofflo of o thermos In-  lln wos unoblo lo contoet by phono, sho minted juu Wo'h won by Mrs, Dttdswell,  sends oil hofll. wishes, ��� , ' necouso Lobpr boy  Is  on  tho  first;  Mr. ond, Mrs,,SWm.SplorH,ore, "coving Mondoy, Soptomboril, tho'rqgulor moot-  ,ormplln.,.m;oui}tcd..fou,...bCMikencla���,iLiU))f.a.j...Ln.4noko..,l,hol^ ���Ing-^eplt.mba'toiir^'bn-^JWCTfVlW^  ono wonts thorn. ������   3JI will m'lss 1hom7 ond 'the bost vidnhos   oil momlxirs 0 good hoppy si'immer Hoo1  ��� Sco you ot ANAVETS Jumbo "pnoo.00 > of their nlony frlondn'B'o wlUvthomfOn   you oil ln  September,  whoro n wnrm  lilngol      , boholf  of  tho  n\on>bers, J/lvn,  Holstood    welcome owolts new members,  offocts, 1,0, (bottom dontol pinto, money,  wolforo1 uppll'cotlon fornls ��nd* Roy Hog-  ~. ors-ring)"w��ro-nccldoritlly-popped* Into  tho loundry chute.  Oh well, Jhnl'n life nnd I guess 1ho  only thing I miss hero Is oil yoi.so guys  ln Gibsons;' See you soon ond will try  to moko somo orrongemontn to hove my  IN  LEARNING-TO  IF YOU ARE \7 YRS; OR OkORR ~ IN QOOP HEALTH ^    WANT^ T06NJOY ASATISFYING SPORT,   77  Phdnoi Pays 88*5-7012, Eyo��7 886,2565 7  Write Blphlristono Amo" C/uib^B6x:^59;?S^c^/f^B2  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your odvflrllslno In this space will rrnch  ��qch*weoHr*lt's^h0,irt)o��^wonomica|',v/arT(';  rooch mora SMn��hln�� Coast pooplt beccHr.o'  Tlmos ads 00 into more homo�� t|ion any  othor, newspaper" prQduced" Ih "tHI�� dm  005.9654 (Socholt)     . 006-2121 .(Olbion.)  JOIN US THIS WEEKEND  KINSMEN BEVERAGE GARDEN  POR 2 FUN FILIED DAYS  .p:UBI|l>||3iwSI;A-,CAVALCADE  Live Entertainment  * 2 Bands  Poor Prlxes  *  BARON OF BE0F DINNER  at the  Tennis Court, Dougal Park  Gibsons  (o1       Friday, June 30fSi til miclnile  $1,50   COVER   CHARGE   SATURDAY   WITR  ONILY-FROIVI.8!0apflVI.-TO.|VIIDNITE��  BARON OF BEEF SUPPER $1.B0 PER PILATE  JOIN "US>0R A HAPPYSEA CAVALCADE'WEEKENbl,  FOR TICKETS: PHONE OR CALL IN AT  |M'#^^M^ift^��#'*^*MI���T^<*^ "**��* W��^m��r^rt*��H*'*-^*^V**^*i^^ MWFMWM*lW��>��*f*(^*P WHFi^ W*^^*^)*��*t����  ��n       * i '  ..'.:       *  i1      :  imw**wm%*m��*mmHmifi^mmM'mtmm<m 1 memmmm  _    ft  '  imimmmmfmmmm^��m^i  Kr��0UTUER*REAUTY��-*-  SUNNYCREST RSSO  PENINSULATIMESv^GIBSONSOFFlCEi. *  WESTERN DRM6S:, GIBSON^ AND SEGMENT  OR-fROM^ANY'lgNSMEN'MEMBER'��� i'V'" \  \  ��� tH|WW^,!i^iga^-^'^!^S!ISF��^*  Gibsons man charged  with false pretenses v  PETEK John Stewart of Gibsons, appeared in court- on five 'charges, of  false pretenses involving* NSF cheques.  Stewart received C3_sh in the amount of  $120 rrom Sunnycrest Esso with these  NSF cheques. He was placed,, on proba- ,  tion for one year and sentenced, to one  day in jail. Restitution was made to the  Sunnycrest *Esso.  On June 20 Stewart again appeared  in court to answer to nine charges of  false pretences from 100 Mile House, involving NSF.cheques. These cheques totalled $558.42. He was sentenced to six  months in the-Lower Mainland Regional  Correctional  Centre.  '  Reginald   James   Weston,   Port   Mellon, charged with impaired driving, \was  fined  $300  and  prohibited  from   driving  ^anywhere in Canada for one month.  Around Gibsons  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 28,1972  t^rw+*mrr*9**?*r9**^m  i"fp*��*pip*.pi"r��*,rr��7"rT*T*"rT,��7"i"��"rT*-t^pi7">  '���'.'V*.'.'.1.'.'.'.'.'.1.'.1.'.'.'.'  V.v.^.v.-.v.^v.V.-.\v.\v.v.v.v.\v.v.,.v.v.v.y.v.v.v.v.w.���.���.���.���.���.���.-.;.;.;.;.;.;._.;.;.  ..ysysSS...-y...���._���'���.���.\\\\_zf  >LV.^^^���.^.���.^���^.^.^.^.^.^.^..^.^.^.���t���.^���.^.^.���.v.^.^.^.���.������^.^.^���'.^^^^ ������������������������������������ ���..- ...��������� ^^-  WHEN IT COMES  TO  JVtiss Sea Cavalcade Contestants  Shown aboard the Snafu II are six Vancouver's    Miss   PNE    Pageant. Bennett Miss Legion Branch 109 and  of the contestants for Miss Sea Cav- Left to right are Wendy. Allnutt, Miss Julia Edney   Miss Gibsons fire De-  alcade    The   young   ladies    ha've   a Sunnycrest Plaza; Liz Jardine, Miss partment.  Missing'from the picture  busy schedule this week in prepara- Kiwanis;- Lynda Szabo, Miss Village are Miss Chamber of Commerce and  tion for the grand finale which will Council;   Eileen    MacKenzie,   Miss Miss limber Trails Riding Club,  lead up to the lucky lady entering Gibsons Athletic Association;  Sandy '  And kids say some funny things . .....  Number of projects at elementary school  make an interesting end to another year  TODAY  is  the last  day for  the  young-     $100 every year for the past ten to send  sters   at   Gibsons   Elementary   School     to the Junior Red Cross,  but  the. pupils  have' been  busy  with  a _,     Here   are   e   cerpts   from   reports   of  number of projects and activities in the  past month that have helped make' an  interesting  end  to   the  term.  Here are their own versions of what  nas   been   going   on:  On Thursday, June 15, the Gibsons  Firemen brought tho big pump truck  und the ambulance truck to the school  I'or lho primary pupils to inspect and  learn about. Mr. Muryn and Mr. Comeau  demonstrated, the use of hoses and the  tools for rightii'ig house fires. When I hey  departed, they responded to a hundred  requests and set the whooper going to  the delight of every pupil.  The fire truck was a good thing to  bring here. It was a nice shiny red, The  lire hats were a dark black. They were  nice men to bring two fire trucks. I  have a big i'iremun at home, i liked the  stretcher ihe most. It is a big thing.' I  hope that the policeman can come to  toll us about the police car,  Vincent  Kushner   (Grade   1)  '''''������"'���"Tho.^  lhe Junior Red Cross I'or $100 donated  by tl^o pupils from hot dog sales, concerts,  'school newspaper ��ales unci Who.* of forts,���  The donation goo*-; to help provide denial  work "I'or oilier pupils in B.C. who have  only the tied Cross lo help Ihom In this  regard,   The*  pupili.   Iuiv.e   raised   about  field, trips taken in our, own community.  I thought the outdoor science day was  a good trip because it taught me more  about rocks and the colors of rocks. It  showed me how to find out what kind of  rock I was looking at. It showed me  how to bust the rocks to see what color  was inside. And I thought it was lots of  fun.  John Nygren (5th Year)  Thursday was the day we were to go  on our Science,Field Trip. We got on the  bus and drove to Roberts Creek Park.  The first thing we did was 'find a table.  Then we got our worksheets. We spread  oul to look for rocks. We went back to  our tables and did our worksheets. For  lunch we play.ed kick, the bucket. Then  at 1:30 the bus came and we drove back  lo Gibsons.  Maureen   Forsyth  While I was there I learned how to  describe rocks, and to identify- six kinds  of rocks. These were quartz, calcite, peg-  "mat"to," granlie, ��� basalt; and' limestone, ��� I  also learned lhat rocks are classified in  three groups, Those are: 1. Igneous���  the hardest to break; 2,J sedimentary���  normal to break; 3, melainorphic���very  easy lo break, Moro is something about  I hose rocks;  I.  Igneous Hock���is rock  mutlcs... with  fire. These rocks are formed from molten  matter from in the. earth's surface. It is  cooled very slowly and hardens into  various rocks.  2. Sedimentary Rock���is formed by  sand, mud and gravel, and then hardened under great pressure.  3. Metamorphic Rock���these are rocks  that have been changed by heat pressure  and water from one rock to form another.  Before I went on this field trip I did  nol know a thing about all of this. After  the field trip I knew every bit of it.  That's just an example of a little field  trip.  > ��� Kelly   Jones  And on Mrs. Pinkney's ti*ip to lhe  seashore with  3rd and  4th Year  pupils:  We went to study sea life. Wo had to  look for tide-pools so we went at a low  tide of. 7 feet. Our class found lots of  starfish, a few sea urchins. Someone  found a mussel shell and used it for bail  to catch a crab, it ended up in a fight  between a crab and a few bullheads, The  crab won.    '   Neil  Gocldard  When we got to the beach' wc found*a  tidopool. I stood slill for ubout len minutes. Then I saw a snail, I drew a picture)  * of it and -I wrote ��� alpoi.it'' it, Next wo  found some starfish, There was u purple  starfish and a starfish that was brownish purple, I drew it,nnd wrote about il,  Stovan  Ripper  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  FROM K,eats Island Baptist Camp water  "skiers went out to meet the boat  bringing the "singles and marrieds"  groyp which* came in. Friday. A band was  at the w_hai*f to 'welcome;, J^em.    '  Sharing the. Bible teaching on the  weekend at Keats were Rev. George Baxter of Trinity Baptist Church in Vancouver and Rev. M. G. Ralston from Alta  Vista Baptist Church, Royal Oak, Bur-  naby.  Also on the boat were many visitors  who had come for the cruise and who  were very interested in**- viewing the  camp facilities, etc., for three-quarters  of an hour before having coffee at the  Mariners Inn prior to returning to Vancouver.  Former Gibsons resident Mrs. Dorothy  Nutter, who is matron at Chilliwack  General Hospital, visited her parents Mr.  and Mrs. Fred C. Sailnders, Franklin  Road,  recently. . .  Mrs. Neva Burton and Mrs. Muriel  Covvn from Vancouver are vacationing at  their place-in Gibsons. Miss Neva Cowan  has gone to Toronto for further training  with  the   navy...... She. is   an   accountant,  Howard and Carol Boyce and sons were  recent visitors to Princeton.  Students from the Elementary School  are taking home their reports to parents  today.  There was a closing assembly to which  parents of intermediate pupils were invited on June 28 before dismissal of students for summer vacation. Happy holidays to teachers and children (also parents)!  Mr. A. Y. Fulton, who sold hin home  on Hall Road, Roberts Creek and went  to live at Glen Eagles, West Vancouver,  where his son resides, is now holidaying  in  Scotland.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blake-  man.for three days were Capt. and Mrs.  L. G. Moffatt from Tsawwassen. Fred and  Kaye Blakeman and two young daughters from Victoria were over for a visit.  Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Attaway of Kamloops were down to spend a weekend  with her parents. Bob Blakeman went  to Kamloops with his brother-in-law and  sister Barb when they returned there.  DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS    * TILES    ��� LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE  MODERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR  HOME  OR  BUSINESS  A new pesticide from aphid juice is  the goal of .two scientists at the University of Massachusetts. Doctors Kislow  and-Edwards-have-found-that pests-ofthe-  aphid family secrete droplets which repel  insects of the same species.  It Costs Less Than You Think  BULLDOZING  -  EXCAVATING  - ROADWORK  GRAVEL AND  SAND  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd,  WE GO  ANYWHERE  FREE, ESTIMATES  I 988-7766 1  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  730-Er-KEIfH~NORTH-VAN���OUVER  ut We Have to move  hese Older Models  V "     ' ,.    ' 7    .     .'        ���   '  Gi miif fcks^N IN'  (But At These Prices WHO CARES?)  1964 K3fflhiGr4divScdfliii^ *186  ,^jcyJ,vAut.qmatlcr..Rad,��,~N��^  *WJ^'''*l*W��(>1**l'4t'  1963 S!, Wagon  r     f .r. ,     .       ���     i,     .   ,   I       * l  ���        ,        ,  1962 Envoy 4 dr. Sedan  ��0,000 Miloa.  Kuns yood  Unscheduled   Gibsons . Visitor  Tho rojillcifof llio snlUntf kctcli Non-  Hud),-whluh lod-to (ho, I'otnulln^ of ,  y*t .IkiM "Www^."^-!��-m^M w^^wmm.f.htilMifa^i*i WX*kl��' * %% kjimm v^mimmirH^ * *t4,*��fW9t��'  im). ai'i'lvml iu flllwoiiH for a non-  Hdicclulotl    fouHiour   Htopover   "���  on,  Tuesday of IuhI wook, pSho I)0(.|Iuh a  ..i4-(hiy- slay lu llio Vauuouvor a.'oi.',  Kfforin .lo._yot. I) i��,. v t^H yi,.! ui j'ilJ-Vi' -1'-' ��---��-  A ff!\\' yi'iirfi ��.',ii| ikIhIi'm'I'iu'h wan /i  I'Iihiio! Ilimi.H Ihm'iudv u iJiwluuisluiiiiJuw  it is u Huw.,fl��tionulity.  BRIG OR BUTTONS?  SEA,* CAVALCADE BUTTONS NOW[ONtSALE  _���_,.^  ...7..,.?.���,..:.^���  t * ��    t    *    t  PROGRAMS ALSO AVAILABLE.:  ���N��ll ,��     ���].  t  "|��||����iiiiiihh  WfWWI��l#r^^  ��� t     l*  mmmm  m *77' 'm  m��fM**fmmbilmm>*  m^m^mirmmi  ��� ��i____P, g '���. Cb; ,ESf;;." 77  1961 Chevrolet Si. Wagon  6 cyl, Standard Traniniiision  u~���.t  4 speed. Runs vory wall ���..l7'..  "it>*      f;��,_ %���','��� V,  Chess Enterprise ltd.  x.  I   ''  ���m y  ir *��  if  ���*>., -.\V  \  From thp nutnit        Wed"esd��y-*���%2w���     ^*r-i��^r.��M .,..pa*M��  I   w I I *.      ��-l fcVs.        ^V^l.f^/t-1. ^   tti ti ^ >t , v,, ,...., , i ��� i.m.i.i _i.i_._m ,1,1.1 ,i .i ,1,1 ii I. y.i.i i.i.i .i .1.1.i.i.i.i.i.i.i .i.i .'J.'.i.'.'.'J.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'f-'.'.'.'.M.'.'.'.'V  -  ��*��� . *>*  f ���  _GoodlJ-U��noUt to Watch the Game  A good crowd was on hand for the  final game Saturday afternoon as  the Gibsons all-star girls played a  team from North Vancouver. It was  all part of tlie GibspnsTMhletlc Association's annual BasehaliTDay.  ���by  Pastor Gerry foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church /  l,'.-DAY   I   \va\H   hi   oiinsi.ltM'*   invitations.'  Yon will receive throughout your lifetime, manv  invitationsJD. weddings. -ban_  quets   and   all   sorts   o.f   functions.   But  "nowhere  will  you  receive such -a   warm,  cordial  and   important   invitation   as   God  ���7ves   in   Scripture.   Your   reply   to   the  following   invitations   should   be .careful-  ly  considered  before you  say  yes  or  no.  In   Isaiah  the Lord  says,  "lio,  everyone who thirsts, come {o the waters; and  lu1* vvha  has   no  money,   come,  buy   and  Kit1"   Come,   come,   God   says   and   your  ->_i.--.ir*  and   unsatisfied  longings  will  be  nifc-i    And   notice   if is   he   who   has   no  nTrrnrr, In other \vord3,' it ii a ftee offer  t-f in ace.      4a  Then, .Jesus gi.ves a warm invitation  in -.the gospel of Mathew. And this is.  so prevalent for 1972. "Come fo me, all  who labour and are heavy laden, and I  will give you Vest. Take my yoke upon  >ou. and learn fiom me: for I am gentle  and lowly in heart, and yau will find  rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy  nr*-~----rnrinrinrffyT��n^rvin��*Mririnnnrinnnnnrinr^~r.irn~r~~~nnrnnnn  and my  burden  is light:'1  My friend, these are wbnderful invitations <o God's eternal feast. Why don't  you mail in your reply today and tell the  I.ord you are earning���ancl you come by  accepting Christ as Lord 'and Saviour.  OD FOR SM  IDEAL FOR  FIREPLACE  OR  STOVE  PROMPT DELIVERY  PHONE  886-7292  1  I' .j."  DANCING  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.rti.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  C_*adu  Friday, June 30th  n  Four Door Apple  SATURDAY,  JULY  1st  Join The Fyn  ULA HOTEL  Highway 101  Cover Charge  886-2472  *mm-M*0_9*mWimmltmmmnmmmm-mm-mrw-rmm_i__r*i^  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  Baseball Day was held at  Saturday and tlie final game saw  the local girls' all-star squad face  a team from North Vancouver. The  At Gibsons baseball day .  *.<Hrj:  Baseball  Day  at Gjbspns  inal-eeunt-was���H-4 -in favor of Hie  Gilpspns. te^rp. Andy Micha'ud is tlte  umpire.  sportsmanlike coach  TOM   Myslieki   was   named   the   most.  sportsmanlike coach Saturday at pre-  Rentatipns during the Gibsons. Athletic  Assoeiaiion's���Annual���Baseball. Day -held  at Brothers Memorial Park. President  Lurry Labonte ancl Mrs, Nancy Douglas  made the presentation.  Awuii'cIh for lhe most sportsmanlike  players were as. follows: boys, Langdale  Lionsr Plon*o ^  "Mulligan; Voyageurs, Kurlis Hall; L&K  Logger.s,    iPavlcl     Brackott;     Boommen,  -Kelly lon<\s;�� M&M  Sidewinders, -Kevin  Forshner; Port Mellon Pirates, Todd  Tuba; Firemen, "Ray Boser; Kinsmen,  Gary Guelph and K.S.L. Raiders, Kelly  Hall.  ���"*w*Glrl,s'rocelving,the"awards,"Wore:"Dev-��  lis   Yarders, TElaine  Gnnl.   Erro  Marine  ChootalVfi,, Laura ...C,nj>ipboll;, H,e\on,H,Ho,i'-  oesj Lore.tt.o-. CSViposand; Coast News  Renegades, Margaret Finlayson and Wilson Creek Raiders, Colleen. Casey,  Appreciation and presentation of framed certificates went to sponsors Esso  Marine; Dennis Suvages and Gary Thompson (Devil's Yarclers); Mrs. Helen Johnson (Helen's - Fashion Shop);" Doug Gil-  lot le (L&K Lumber); Port Mellon Cpm-  nvunil.y.,Assoeiaflpn;,Jack..Skellett, (M&-  M); Ron Leacliinan (Kinsmen); Dick  I'nnnigor (Flromon); Norm McDonald  (Rlvluw... Straits ...Ltd.).,. and, Fred, ,Cruleo  (Coast  News).  The highlight .of the day appeared to  lie the final game when a good crowd  was on hand to see the local girls"'all-star  l,eam��-taokle��a����toam'��from��Nortli��Vanoou-��  vor, The Gibsons and district lassies won  tha7p,ne by a scope of 17 to 4,   ./,..,_,���..,:.,.. ,���...  ft"  FUN!    FUN!    FUN!  GIBSONS FOURTH ANNUAL  SEA CAVALCADE  JUNE 30 - JULY 1  - JULY 2  i      * '    '   7     '     ' * -��  I  I  TWILIGHT THEATRE  FRI I  TICKETS Will bo given to tho first 10 children who can spot  tho ERRORS In thoJune^ulyMoYloGwIdo. TICKETS YALJP  FOB, .......   IADY AND THE  KWtWSWKOTtft'tllWwhIW'W fi��*^^��ffliWiit*����ttW��##^  **MW��  TRAMP  Wodnoidoy.Sqtiirday. ,  Juno2B.-Ji.ly 1 a. OlOp p,m.  .MflHjico, Sat.lf4ay 2 p.m.   tvmmm*n*4)m*4fH<4(lt4t4tr4*p*^^  01V  Tho welling qptl o��o||c odYmHiro  WALKABOUT  "~"'fi4m4y94t4����94*fi^f��9M��i9immmmn^.*��49^i4tm'i**i9 wwiww ,  *��OR.  mmM*mHm*m>m$&  VW9. *H*��I* WMfNI '1 *!** W ���  KIDNAPPED  ** ��^��M(��**Miy^'  tW-Ht WW* ��r>��Min>i ��� l��������l"*il |>W *��***'  OR  Sunday Mldnlt��. July % v - ���  The Brotherhood  *t_0 H m_wmi/m fn ^r^ **\ f*\  Fragment of Fecir  jMMMWIIWHy^lVWWIIII'VWIOWWnWMWWVWWWMWWI^  Song of the South ,  ThMridnyiSfltunlay. .��\y "��"���??        .  mv*wmtwim*&*r.  wmfl^mtm��^m.  , Michael Caln'p, Trpvpr HowArtJ,  Jock Hpwklns, Ponold pieascnco   ,  SEE A MOVIE OFTEN  -AtWMW'ATTPM  rAND*IN'CO^-  For IVIatltiooa  /V1#U|U 11* ^...^..i..,.,......**!....!... I f���"  STMPENTS :..:��:.J :....J.li2t5  CHILDREN ������..^���75o  ^^wp-^*^^��)����wraBm*i!)*-����'*4  r���T  "I  Tailgating is or,e of the major  causes of accidents in this province. Nqw there is a simple  newruletortelpyou maintain  a proper safety margin. It's  called'"The 2 Second Rule".  All you have to do is leave  two seconds between you and  the car jn front', ".earn it now,  and liye.  "I Two seconds is the time you leave  1 between you and the car in front.  f i.   ....   y.z'.  10MPH  __t  70MPH  *\ As tho lead car passes a fixed point,  p-^^-count-vONE'AND^TWO-AND^'for'a'Wfo"  following distance.  Whenever tho car you'ro following passes a sign post, a  tree, or any fixed point beside  the road, count "Ono and. Two  and." before you reach tho  point. That's a safe following  dlslpnce.  nil sjr^*lU *���* 'i ."sft'ir JV^jI^i ' ft r^4^4*^i* A^hf.  2 sec. ���  dooun't matter whether  'ro going 10 mph or 7Q  ihnph. Because lho footer you  lho greater tljo d|ntanco  cover In 2 oocoiido,  iliB  111  Si  1  rnmm  m_  S;:1'-f:iSi-,'.*i'.  illlll'  I   _,  iiipii  in  fMmm  iliiii  mm  If  > 2 sbc.  m  II  ^ At any spob"!|  ,v* 2 socoriqs Is tho sqfo  following distance.  A Evory sign post, ovory polo,  �����,7T,ovQry troo vou pass, Is a ���,,���.  chance to qhock If you'iro  tallqatlng. i  Tairoojlnq'Tira traffic, offonco In ihln  province, It reuulln In hundrada of   ��Rcldonlu,,ln|urloo ��pd doalho ovoty,  yoar. Now there In, no (excuse, No*.  ���lime you'ro drlvlnfj lost The X'Soconi-"  *~u|o..Antl from llioiven, llva by ,U ,  gttiWWw^iiwMww**^  MAKE A DECISION TO LIVE  ����#Tl>*������Wwifi��<<^^  iB*M#,*^feWW1>tW#-*^  i^��WWIMWli��g^  *WjWfi|p��#P<^^  Govornmont of Prl^|i Colnml)^  -�� u. Wlotor-Vohlclo Omncln  tr,  #W''*-W*ApJ.^^  Ifpn, IqsIIq ft, Potorson, Q,G��  AttQmay'Qowwty- -;-;"  '}  *, ni*v<rr.M, ^^^^^*r^^^,mM  I f/,1.  4)4 A   '  ii m i��ii-ii> <i.pi��y  >  ll UI^Mmt|l����.#rif ifl t'1  ***.t   t  r*f   *   >  m*^mkmitmt*^m9mfmm^m  *^*��  ��jt��W*W��B^��^��i����^^  m��iimiammmmm4m^mtmm'l^mmm_m^  Wljf��fflHp��r^^  ��a(*r*sw����^��l^^  ���99tf-  ��i*   - -"��"j*'-  ���Ow. "V
Lome Smith Agencies
lygf en Sales (1971) Ltd.      BE Electric Ltd,
Lome and Gaorgctto
.Marina Accessories ? Gibsons Wharf
Royal Bank - Gibsons, B.C.
G, A. MfiDEVITT, Manager
Ornamental Iron Works Ltd
Mr. Andrew E, McGregor and his Staff
McGregor Pacific Realty      Peninsula Hotel
Bob Udmbort 7 886-760S - Ed Doljnsky
Ben's Drive-In ^Restaurant
Opposite High School - Gibsons      '
Howe Sound 5-10-15 Store
Jock Bqnnot and Staff
 ■   '    '„     I      ■     '    ' , "I"", " ,-'   '" ,    '   "   I I'll.H Mill |  I	
Henry's Bakery
t. >^NI|Wagll|((Mfi)HHI|M4,«rlW 1^
All Your Specialty Baking Nqods
Western Drugs - Gibsons
Paul's Masonry
(< THP,ST^FF 'mi   ,
Hilltop Motors
Penn Kings
Brian, Graham and Lanco
YachS SalesLtd
Martin Higgs - 886-7424
If stonois tho game,-PAUL is tho name., \
Discover tho -Sw'nshlno' Coast-through*
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Gibsons Hardware (1966) Ud
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Mai.ago»nai"f nnd Slalf
Barry Roovos
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Co-op Store - Gibsons
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■^^wp<w»|'pp»"w^^"'''''i'"f"'W'P'"''^^  nwniiiiinn
Andy Vandorhorno
Gibsons Motors Lid
'"1"|'i" 7'   ' '," Frank JPoughorty ""        "" \"' ,"" _■'
Bank of Montreal and Staff
7 i     ;■ „..,■,     QIUSOHS .,       ,     7,7 ., <- 7,7
fbarles English Realty
and Insurance Ltd.
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Ken DeVries
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Hoor loveiings Ltd
Lucky Draw Programs
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VB'lS ^.bwn Street - Surrey, B.C, p. 500-^441,
Don Douglas Variety


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