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 Sechelt jjtows-  ommerciiil zoning sought  g trafiSic  SdUJ-S  COMPLETED* less than eighteen months  '^go, the Trail Bay Shopping centre at  Sechelt is already in need of additional  parking area. Although originally considered adequate,, \!he existing parking  area is fast becoming too- small as popularity of the centre increases.  Director of the company responsible  for the centre, Mr.. Richard Clayton, last  week sought approval for an adjacent lot  in order lo provide the extra parking  space. He said he appreciates the iact,\h_ajl  rezoning is a long drawn out process *but  at this time would appreciate approval  in principle. This would be sufficient to  enable him. to proceed with his plans.  Mayor Ben Lang expressed the view  that the lot in'question is but a small  portion of property adjacent to the centre and at this time none of it is subdivided. Therefore, it will be necessary  for an application for subdividing Which  in turn would have to get council approval first. He said that it is clear the  property will eventually call for rezoning  as good class commercial.. At that time  it will be council's responsibility to en-  I sure that subsequent , development will  I match the high standards set by the Trail  Bay development. However, he does not  feel it would be wise for council to consider rezoning in small lots. "I don't  think we should close the door to Mr.  Clayton, but  suggest  we  explain  to  him,.  \  the advisability ol  asking the  land owners   to  apply   for   rezoning  of   the   entire\  parcel"  he added.  Aid.   Norm   Watson   said" he   did   not  agree   with   rezoning   in   "nibbles    "it    is  quite a small  area" he  corhmented.  A'd.  Bernell   Gordon   pointed   out   "it   is   only .  for parking".  Mayor Lang emphasized the fact that  council must give considerable study to  soch requests "we have to, plan some  years ahead, not for today" he added.  It was agreed that a letter be sent'Mr.  Clayton    exp'aining   that   the   matter   is  under    serious    consideration    but    that  council is not   keen  to re-zone -&mail-por=_  tion  or  "spot zoning."  Plans Tor a large new building to  house the Bank of Montreal, dentist's  quarters and other facilities, was presented for council perusal. The building is  scheduled for construction in the near  future, and will occupy the area between  the Tasella Shoppe "and P & A Coffee  Bar. A lane will be left between the new  building and Tasella with parking space  from  the lane.  Premises presently occupied by the  bank are understood to be put to use for  office space for existing governmental  departments presently occupying the  second floor.  Council gave approval to the plans  subject to final approval by the building  inspector and Health Unit.  berving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granrhams Landing. Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  W.feon Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE 50UTH&N-SUNSHI4NE COAST,  {MS  f| Mayor helpful . . .  Local guides at council  seek CitlzenshljHxidges   Branch 38 OAPO gams  support from Hon. Dan  Registration No. 1142  2nd Class Mall  Union    *��*���    Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 12c  WEDNESDAY^ APRIL,26,  1972  '<_! TWO local girl guides, Wendy Flay and    HISTORIC   EVENT  White,  the   VIP  m uuiuia wiuie, were given  H treatment at last meeting of Sechelt  Q council when they sat in to study work-  lyings of local government in order to win  ||their guiding Citizenship Badges:  y Mayor Ben Lang introduced the girls  8'|to members of council and press prior  ?f|to giving them a run-down on citizen-  feiship, voting rights, and general working  Mot municipal council. He also explained  Sduties, of committee chairmen a#d, from  ?i��time to time, halted council business in  -||ord��r__to explain matters und'3'' di-wiis-  flsion.  ggROAD  WORK  Alderman Harold Nelson reported that  ithe   parking   area   down   Inlet   Avenue  from the Highway to Boulevard has been  igraded but the, wooden structures pro-  ftecting inspection holes are to be replaced   with   iron  covers.   West  Porpoise  Bay Rbad has also been graded but coun-  "Meeting has been arranged between  village council and the Sechelt Indian  band council for May 17 at 8 p.m. Comment was made that the meeting will be  "anhistoric event and, it" is hoped will  lead to better understanding and cooperation, between   the  two bodies. ���>  In order to dispose of normal business  first, it was agreed td hold the regular  meeting at 7 p.m. Both councils will then  be free .to discuss matters of mutual interest.  Aid. Watson expressed the .view that  such meetings should be . conside  a regular event, possibly every three  months or so. Mayor Lang agreed this  might prove beneficial but suggested the  matter be included in the agenda of the  combined meeting.  PARKING  Referring to property at the rear of  Cowie Street, ocean side, and fronting  Inlet Avenue, known as the Arbour pro-  BRANCH 38 OAPO Gibsons recently  submitted letters to village council,  Hon. Isabel Dawson and Municipal Affairs Minister, Hon* Dan Campbell, seeking exemption from any increase in taxation brought about by establishment of  a recreation centre.  Only reply  to  date  came  from  Hon.  Dan Campbell who stated, last week, that  ��� he could appreciate the viewpoint of the  senior- citizens. In thanking them for  their comments he said that before any  "sllclrbyiaw goes'through Ire-wit]  the  situation  with  the  object  of  assert-  aihing  what  can  be  dbrie'to  assist  the  pensioners.  Visiting Senior Citizens Branch 69 in  Sechelt, last .week, former Vancouver Mayor Tom Alsbury meets"  Branch president Mrs. Madge Hanr  sen, and on the right president of  the Pender Branch, Mrs. F. Olson.  Special  Guest  Mail-lime deadline  extended io 3:45 p.m.  FRANTIC morning rusij to get out-of-  town letters iri the mail will be eased  by the Post Office which has extended  mailing"deadline-to 3745" p.m., giving IeF-~'  ter writers an extra two hours writing  time. - N  New hours take effect May 1st, .1.972  from Monday to Friday. Saturday dead-  ine is*l:5o p.m. This new time applies  to mail leaving Sechelt Post Office for  Gibsons, Hopkins Landing, Grarithams  Landing, Port Mellon, Vancouver and  other way points. .    \  MaiL   leaving    Sechelt   for   Halfmoon  Bay, Madeira Park, Garden Bay and Eg-'  mont   should   be. in   the   Post   Office   by  9:45  a.m     (.   .   ���   Release from  the  Post Office  reports  ���ihat_ali incoming  mail will  hp snrtpd  by  approximately   11:30   p.m.  Seven impairments  during past 7 days  SECHELT RCMP Detachement reports  that of a total of twelve impaired  drivers this month, there, have been  seven charged, within the-past week. As *  a result check-ups have.been increased.  Laurence  Dewell  of  West   Vancouver  Mr. Alsbury outlined the aims and  ambitions of "Pensioners for Action  Now" which plans to march in Ottawa to bring the plight of many  senior citizens to the attention of the  Prime Minister.  Outstanding support . . .  Pensioners For Action Now  country  SPREADING like wild fire���was the  " pnrase usetl Oy Mr. Tom Alsbury to  7&eaalhe_pxo.gre��S-X)f���^Pensioners for Ac  cil still awaits relocating of a .hydro .pole,,, xmZ      y_    '  pi^im^ticki'ftj^ ' and ,an7as7  ened road. It is also planned 16 lay more  gravel   ori , that  road";       '"  Within the shopping area, yellow lines,  are to be painted along curbs where  parking is  prohibited.  Aldernian Bernel Gordon, who had  previously joined Aid. Norm Watson in  questioning need for "some kind of beau-,  tificatipn. to help .obscure,.parked motor  vehicles on the shopping centre parkin"  sociate j had looked the area over and  i^nrrraya~p53l~of waCei^equires draining  away.' He said that should either thS'  Chamber of Commerce or Council wish  to use the land as temporary parking  area, . the only condition the owners  would impose is that pf necessary draining���Apart-from- that either group, would;  be7 free to clear some of the land for  parking purposes until required for other  -User : <��� : ������ ' ���  lot,. stated-the situation is under contro.  and that, shrubs are tb be planted. Proposed use of the old swamp land  arose following suggestions to council by  SEWERS              , ... the Chamber that land be obtained for  Alderman Watson said he had little to future motor Vehicle parking. The situat-  JSmt;,,;��� &g��Jiai4fl^^  H ���$�� a|lagk^;1,,i^st���nitaBKpBacJ3in.,.  at7tms; time.i He is'still^cornpilirig anfor-  'ination and has recently heard of a part- son had suggested the Arbour land could  icularly economical and efficient system possibly be utilized as a temporary mea-  being"used in New Zealand;^  tly cheap to operate and eliminates need  for secondary treatment plant, bush  CAMPAIGN COUNTDOWN  Mrs. Pat Murphy of Halfmoon Bay  was the local delegate attending the Liberal campaign countdown in Richmond  April i.4-!l5. She,. w^S- one of sixty delegates   from: the   lower*  Mainland    and  tion Now" which since its formation eight  weeks ago has gathered a membership  of over 10,000  pensioners.  Addressing close to two hundred senior citizens at a meeting sponsored by  Senior Citizens Association Branch 69,  in the Sechelt Legion Hall last Thursday  afternoon,   Mrs.. Alsbury   urged,- "Unite,  4*-^you.��ha-v,e7:npth,in,g,to. .-loser-4feut.-^ur chains-,,  ***'of poverty". .   _/_     ���'���  "^TTieHrnoyement is attracting interest  from Saskatchewan and New.' Brunswick  and former Vancouver Mayor Tom Alsbury said, "Pensioners for Action No\v"  will become "a national group. "The only  weapon we have is our vote", he said.  _v__as_Jh^_altJii^^  dire need of one and a  quarter million  people, he-said. "Their increase alone was  entered a guilty plea to" impaired driving  April 15 before Judge Charles Mittel-  steadt. He was fined $300 and his licence  suspended for one month.  Linward Brandon of Port Mellon  also entered a guilty plea to driving  while impaired. He was fined $300 and  .susp_ended,ifrom_driving_foL_three-months.--  William Nestman of Sechelt faced a  similar charge and was fined $300 with  a six month driving suspension.  Eric Evans of Halfmoon Bay was  given a suspended sentence for theft  under $50. He was charged with, stealing  lumber from a site at Redrooffs.  Paul Lipka, Gibsons, was found guilty  of assainFl""!^  occured   during   a family disagreement.-  more than what many  families have to  live on".  Commending the editor of the Peninsula Times, Mr. Douglas Wheeler, on his  editorials, Mr..Alsbury said, "he is saying  what we are saying, in fact, he was away  ahead of us".  Prime Minister Pierre Elliot-Trudeau  :":'-��� .Mi.*;-.,.;..:,��� 77'7.-...-Jf^Pag?.M.'  He was fined $100  Scott Lockhart of Gibsons was fined  $50 for-theft under $50. Shoplifting in  a Sechelt store.  ���Myrna Jeffries of Sechelt w_as charged with a similar offence involving shoplifting   from   the   same   store.   She' was  .fined $25,-     < ,,,,  .   ...    ..  ��� Charged following  an .abusive   letter  and causing annoyance, Bergelot Splberg  Coastal areas/ Speakers included Davis  Anderson MP, Esquimau and Hon. Allen  McEacrari of Nova Scotia.  GENERAL MEETING  ^Membevsf^f^the^W-llspnT-Greek^Gon^--  rnunity, Assn. are urged to'attend .a general meeting in the Wilson Creek Hall,  Tuesday. May ,9that 8, p.m. A ...notice of  TARGET  .Immediate .aim  of  the  grpup -is  increase in the universal old age pension  Single-copy price  of Times to be 15c  EFFECTIVE with the May 3rd issue, the  single-copy  price  of  The  Times  will  be .15c, ���   ���.-,     ��� .���������������-'��� 7   Readers 'may,..still  get   it, at  the  old  of West Porpoise Bay was ordered to  post a $"250 f bond for a period of six  months.  Following an incident at Powell River,  two females appeared im Sechelt tb  jnswer charges of selling magazines in  Powell River municipality without a  trade licence, 'Their manager Wayne  Jozon appeared on' their behalf and ex-  from the present $80 to $150,  Mr. Alsbury said the group is organized, andjmilitant. and ,pensioners,. won't  be taken in by the old type of promise  given  at each  election  which  once  the  -eleclionHsToyei^esu/lte^  price by taking a yearly subscription. At  $6 per year (local price) you save $1,65  over .the,newsrstand,price..Mail in,youv.  order and cheque now!  plained that while the girls have a pro-  vincial licence they were unaware that  a municipal licence was also ���needed, He  was fined $50, on each of the two counts.  Aif ff ,ii*ifiW��*.ft'*.8*-"iM&4tow.>t*  .fa-^��^^JVllt^^*t!Sl|i4J^^..!teM^fce^JMii*Wi(l4l|,-N(f-  I  11  _ ���  Learning-disabilities^^  attracts  concerned parents of area  Surer^ motion  win  be   presented   proposing  to  ottered the opportunity of clearing it of    cnang0 the Association name to Wilson  Creek and Davis Bay Community Association, ��� ���������   '  "we> know  you   need'.help  but   it  will,     inCHCCHlOnS gOOCt  .' V .  cost too much money". He" said the group  will press,for' a committment which will ���  be given in such a way that the party  promising it will not bo able to get out  of it.  Also planned is a meeting with each  ii^��l^^'S^:i^h^^tffi^*if^l^|-4fl^*u3l.'  I..  **d-f&>&W--'*$ti'.:&iA:i&f^Wft5?'.K>ii*i^S^^&j.����'��* ^iifi^i Jtfi&id.lFr-s^i' fljr-S* 1 tfj^^.  ��,��..,��of��tho*four"main "political "party-leaders,*   ���.����� Mi..,,.,Alsbury. said that Mr. Robert Stan-  QBEN^flOUSE,   Camp, Byng  scout,  camp   at   Roberts     field is interested in meeting the group  Crcokcolobnitcslts t3()th ah  School District mill rate  likely to remain belo w par  year ancl it is planned to hold a '.special  anniversary Weekend, Juno 10-llth at  the site as an Open House, This will bo  loi; scoutors from all over the lower  mainland, Scputlng families and ,��� friends  aro invited,to.see,the^ how, projects completed by tho local Initiative Grants  work party. ,'  IWORKSHOP  to  aid parents In helping    Gil'llngham method.  Tho workshop eon-  |     lo   overcome   difficulties  encountered    eluded with the showlnR of a verv good  Sby 'children   wllh   learning   disabilities,    film, "Identifying  Learning Disabilities,"  jAdtnictod    about, r   twenty-five    parents  jl'rom   throughout ; the" district,   Hold   ln  MJocholt Elemontary School on April 10,  MWo workshop was sponsored hy the Association for Clildron with Learning dih.  4-,bllltlos7|,i'^''*',7,;      ���.���/,...........,,..,.���,:,  Mrs, Juno Cameron who Is a romcri-  ^^....Xp^^JlOU.^.toUty^qii; An^.AbliJv.itjifqr.U.^luicl  (���poAilalist  In, the  Orion  - aililn-qham  nolliocl of loaohlnfl children wllh Learn-  inu.ttJHMWllta.^m^^  or piu'onti.   In   the  afternoon  followed  .i,V ��i) iH'tornoon, .session for-.toaohoi's,,,  MohI of  the  workshop wi.h  devoted  .'$o I ho (llfforuhl typWbf lo'ii'i'ln/j dlsabll-  i-jUofl whlah- chlldron hnyo hurt "domon-  Iration of lho w.iyH ln which a parent  Ida can help an Individual child, Mrs,  jnj&nmuroii HlruHsod .lho idea of. a > one  to.1  ,., Lono...rQla'tlonHhlp^betweon-...lhO"alUo  und���  |y , ohlld   and 'Hu^ostod   tho  aide's   rolo  tjlhould ho to support th�� teacher's pro-  5'Vi ramme hy Hiving lalldlllonal muul) noed-  |i''<d prautloo for Hp'ecll'lo hUIIIh previously'  A��wwht by ihQ.toaohor .7  iV|    An examples of NynyH tlm'. aides could  |���1 dip In u voluntoer aide proiirnmmos, hIiq   - -ff oniDiuiirjijX'fL JlLUSJ'fl.. .,tU),9...Ji��m9>.jiound.   [; And. symhols of tho alphabet and rhythm  jKiuppln/rttrlinproTO'-'nurllini'y^nionrnryr���  Bf !\)w lV'!1''1 t" hulld-ii Irusllnw vohdlou-  UrWilii. boTwoou. aides   ami" I'lilUlron   wtm--  I'wni.haiilzeil by holplun do ivhinuvIi wllh  [.wioui, ami rnmllni. matorlul hoyoiiii Wioh-  ^��juUU��H4~J��voM'uji��..Uiic!'in��M liproby^-B lltywhif}-  ^JteiH*to,,,��)roui:c;w>Jnu)lher.<.subJecU���whlch  I^qeinand 'considerable  rending,  H\\a  also  '.ffliHKOHted   parents   could   ha   seerelarlos  fiinir.chlldron by asslHtlnw In written work  ,   f,'_and to��chln�� children'with writing prob-  faemii lo type, .     , ,.       ���   *;1   Rome discussion' followed, roKimllntf a', ^ Harbour is now In use nllhouch    n qouplo of iiillos will, bo lopped off,' lo a 'xoi  1 [iourso oiToml.io parunis hy. Dr.,.Kline,   not yoL.piweil^section adjoining .Uils , llio routo .bonldoH nmklny foil lcsa . Dawaon't  t,7 dwychlairlHt l'nMYi'nc��)^fer,on, the Orion-   Ih ulao just about^rqudy,,. Much,Hhui*i)-, .;'.:"  ���..  .���'7���Commenting on l)io unfairness which  led the pensioners lo unite in a strong  body, Mr. Alsbury drew attention to the  recent Increase ln MP's indemnities wbieh  gave lh6m an additional :ij)8,000 per'yoar-  ."tb'.i the 'existing $18,000* This, wns >to pro-  EXPECTED to bo released this week ls  .,.,.,��� ,��� tho, mjil}., rate ...i'or.., school tax .purposes  in the Socholt. School District,  News release issued April 10th by tho  Department of Education gives tho provincial average as 31.80'mills Just a  fraction over, last, year's provincial average whrclf was '.'inBIVMijlllsT���"' ""*"*""���""���'��� '"  This should look Rood for the Socholt  Kni!^ Dislrlut, for those  thinking in  terms of  themselves,, had, created, ^lxny  different    U(XaUon   ,,���,,   m  yQ*,H  whqQ[   bu(lgol  mills and the basic levy of 24,70 mills  . covers, the local share of debt an-d, capital  costs, college costs, aiid the full cost of  excess operating expenses budgottcd by  school districts above t|io amounts eligible i'or provincial granls,  "' The very minor Increase in the prov-  lnco--wido~avoragc~mill~rato-fov7l))72 is-  poslllvo Indieatloni the ��� Minister said, of  the Increased financial assistance' being  given by the government to tho School  totji;:bxpohdit^^  ban expenditure for 1071. Last year tho  Secholt, School District mill rate was  2,02 lower than tho provincial average,  ' Education Minister Donald Brothers  states that because of the Increase ln the  homo owner ({rant, lho mdjoi'lty of ros-  Idoutlal .property-owners .should have a  reduction ln school taxos for 11)72,  KofciTlng to tho Increase In tho homo-  ()w.nei!���LU'anUi'i:onu$'..70Uo-'lilfll"4.-i\nd��.tho��  provision of nn additional gi'iuil of $00  lo Uioso properly;ownurs over (JO youm  of ago, Mr, Druthers says this ls definite  proof  that   lhe  government  Is  assisting  logosT The'of foci," of the 'Provincial Homo  Owner Grant payments Is that the con-.  Irlbutlon    l>y tho  rosldenthd    property-  owners Is less limn 0 percent of, lho lut.nl  education costs,  . The provincial government Is doing  everything, possible \o .assist, the. local  laxpayors ln mooting tho rising costs of  education by allocating III per conl of Us  J1,'L,hllllon��.dollav^.budgat��J'oi,��.Qducallon.��  Hut, said Mi', Brothers, the.spondlng-ol'.  those public funds ls done by, llio local  education authorlllos, and ll ls their 're-  ���sponslblllty   to   make   cortaln   that,   full  Ad-Briefs  point  Jhe-way-  10 action!  >,^*V-t��-.��tr <���*<?.  oriiiula, over DO porconl of the  notrtrRi'orfrnmounrbut^eUfld^by^iipi.i.or  dlslrU'ts  for  operating  expenses  of   the  public schools Is bllglblo for grants  liy  IjVflt section   of tho rcconslnictod  .or cornors Ihnn Ibis pno oro.ih.procn". {rnvol slcknosa. Anotlior $400,000 lui�� ��� Ih^jShir^ f!��-  hlKhwny botwoon Soclidt and Pon-   ess of elimination arid It looks like .boon allotted,this project, according    io75 h,"!T,cen^  '���" "~"u" "��� '" "'" "'" " "   '' "* "" '" '" '" ' "'" J '"   * 'release from,tlie lion, Isabel, mills,  'h office last week. ��� . .    ,   Thu UUfoienoo oi v.ltf mlllu botwoon  Looking. Good  senior  cltl/,ons ��� lo   the   groulcst   possible -   value Is received for overy education tax  extent, !)172,070,0()0 has been provided for    dollar they spend.  those granls,  I7>r  (llroct  grants   to ,school  districts  for elemonlary and secondary schools tho  provln'olhr" govenuifent""limf"provided"  .^11)11,000,000   and    In   aclclllkm , to    this  amount the govornihont has provided on  lohalf.of school  dlslricts  ^oao.OOO  l'oi>  loachurs'   supornnnuatlon   and   l|l 1,000,000  for  lenchers'  unomplnyinonl    lnsurancti.  Alsn-i he��� govovnmmit--linn"~p~rn"VlTl"(nr'  122,000,000 'for 'collogo  grants  lo  school '  dlHliiotii and for dlroo| pnymonln to ooLt,.  x~icgcK' Hv\- viicril Iiii m l"'l nrin iniT '    J-lionrnmlilnrfl-rimir^^  {overniucnl grnnls iiih .pnynieiitd lor Iho r      ',  ���ju'!m,(,i rtlutrMiiLttluaiUuiiliiiiOru^iiwi.. ZTTZ^Trrr?^^  iMihlii lor  this  year    inalui    a   total  of    WA 'lyIN rooler lor sale, also chlldren'ii  fUim.oiiO.uno, d��'i.k and chairs,  ��� Tlmoa Clcibslfloda ioot,|i ovor ",1)00 fipnioa  0,000 Uoodors),  ��� Tlmo^ CIobsIKocU oo,INTO tho homw , ,  nol op lawns, s(roots,or,ln cylvorU,     >    r  ��� T|mo��,C|a��i|f|od�� ora-lowcost) "ilflh-pptoncy  ,sales tonics.,     ., ' _ .,' ���:   , ,.'. ,, . ...,', ,,  ��� Phono linos open Sunday; clqs^Ii'cd  085-9654 Secholt, 8IJ6-2121 Glbjoni.  w-���^Un|LUlUli��.Xi!.'UUU!ldqr_|l]iu:d)'i'UU,oiL.��  fliiaiu'e fo  lho ovorull uvuru^o mill , rutu ol! U 1,110  m  ���.  m*t****lr>Tf*i*t&1'Pi>HM*m HHJ�� i�� I* Willi* til|*i����>��� i iMHJ ����WiWWHHffteli  -|t*4����  7TT;*T;^i^-T,^1 :-- V *F*rf*rm��  ft*  7f�� \
The PENiNsuLA^«e^-
T5    Pacj* A-2
The Peninsula Tipies
Wednesday, April 26, 1972
"/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right-"
■        _           77 _""--'■ 7 x            —John Atkins
StF.WART B. AtSGAKD.  Publislfc. POUGLAS G.  Willi M.R,  Editor
IN   CAN ADA.cadi >.,•;...   sumr
children   under   the   aue   ol'
from  aeeidenls  and  o\er  hall
are    injured. efMi>sl   of   these
rings Hazards
\.    die
i -million
lire   lalalit-ies   and
were  children   uji-
could have been prevented. Thes should
never have  happened.
The population o\ Canada is younger than most people believe. One out
of even three people, or more than
seven million Canadians are under the
ajie of fifteen. The importance ot projecting this age-group cannot be overemphasized as they are the future . of
this  nation. .
TodaCs children live in an mJ
creasingK complex world. u An important part of their education is learning how to li\e safely in our modern,
last-moving socieh. It is the responsi-
bilitv ol all adults to guide and protect
children from the hazards lhat surround
In ll->70. the latest year for which
ligtircs are available. l,S3d children
died   in. accid-CrUs7 - -'- - —
Of the >.ls>7 traffic deaths, 770 were
children under the age of fifteen. Of
1.287 pedestrians fatafities. 493 or 3S.3
percent were children under.fifteen years
of "age.
Suffocation fatalities took the lives'
of 549 persons of which 253 or 46 percent were among infants, generally due
to regurgitation of food or smothering
in beds or cradles.
Of 1.173 drownings. 360 or 30.7
percent   were   children   under,   the   atzc
about 6   lo   I. -
I here   were
20.X  or   32.X
der  the  age  of  littecn.
Accidental poisonings took the lives
of 3 1 children under fifteen years of
age. 17 oi these happened to children
under  five.
I .very fifteen minutes in this nation,
a child is accidentally poisoned, "-"very
five minutes a child is needlessly injured.
More children die from . accidents
than from the next three causes of
death put together—congenital malformation, pneumonia, and cancer.
The most dangerous ages of child
accidents are two and three. These accidents happen more frequently during
the   late   afternoon   and   evening   hours.
Canada leads the developed countries in the accident rate for children
under one year and between the ages
of .-. according to" the World Health
Accidents do not just happen. A
set \jf circumstances which frequently
with a little foresights could have been
prevented, all too often costs a child's
life or results in injury.
Within the physical and mental capabilities of children, teach them what
they want to do safely. The moulding
of safe attitudes also depends on teaching  by  example.
A positive attitude towards safety
instilled in children starting with the
very   young   will   equip   them Lo cope
f.el/erf to lhe Editor are the opinions of readers,  and  not\ necessarily  those  of  The  Times.   A
in mi de-plume  may  be  used  for pnblkation,   but all  originals  must  be signed  by  the   writer.
Perpetuating The Lie!
- Kditor,   The   Times r
Dear Sir: The student who wrote the
mislfadinij essay, printed on the editorial
pa.ue "i the Coast News, i11s last week's
paper, is considered by his teacher to
be  one  of  the  brighter  students,   aiid   his
xwork worthy of a wider audience. Hence
bis. request for it to be published. Let
us consider some of his statements contained v therein.
First, the Lack of Good, Clean Recreation ,Fa,c.i.lities. We have never played 'a   Restricted  show  on  a  Friday   night
, since we' have been running ihis theatre.
We will have to in the near -future, however-, because those are the o'hly ones the-
public is coming to see. On at least three
to four days a week we have a non-
restricted _show.
I'telephoned the owners of t.he bowling, alleys in Gibsons and Sechelt to
find out if they were overcrowded. Both
are- in dire need of more bowlers, especially  among  the younger  age  grpups-
of   fifteen.   Males  outnumbered   females     with  hazards all their lives.
LctV Legalize AH   Crimp
"the nothing to do students". The oper
ators of these establishments would be
glad to stay open later if anyone' would
like  to  use them.
If you take the average daily attendance at this threatre and multiply it
by the- number of days we are" open
"365". and do the same with the seating
capacity of the theatre, over the years
that, gives about four seats to each person . who attends. This would indicate
that a threatre about one-third the size
Would, be too big for this town most of
the  time.  On  the  odd   occasion when   a
4r™sJa,ow' Jias saturation advertising, on the
Goggle Box", and people flock like sheep
—to lhe theatre, there are .then complaints
MANY of the females who paraded
with banners - and screeched to all
and sundry demanding legalized abortion quite obviously-had the morals of
alleycats and, as such, did nothing to
aid their cause.
There is no Kloubt that in certain
cases legal abortions had to come tor
why should any woman have to bear
the child of a mad rapist. Or again if
there is ;t question _iiLJIiri£^_Qr. mcntiil
doctors and nurses who are responsible
for health care.
Even -in -hospitals that do perform
abortions, some doctors and nurses refuse to join their colleagues in performing therapeutic abortions or caring for
such patients. The editorial points out.
"legalized abortions are now the law
of the land and hospitals, once they undertake to try and meet the need, have
the duty of fulfilling that obligation.
that   they   can't   get   in.
The- first show of the evening, of
course,' is never full, but there are some
who spread the untrue rumour that the
theatre is always full - they can't get
in, and they have nothing to. do! In
other words, the statement "On most of
the exceptional shows,-'-half of the people get turned away at the door is an
outright falsehood, and lying in print is
a dangerous thing to do, and our budding
journalist had better be careful in the
Was the show that he couldn't get
in to see "Toklat" any more exceptional
than "North Country"? No, but it was
not  advertised  on   the  "Goggle  Box"   as
breakdown  involved. However, such in-           "Legalized   abortions   are     here   to much. So, because Big Brother didn't tell
stances are usually responsible for but a o,/Ha.v.   While  we  can   hope   for  eventual them to come out, they stayed home and
" / '         "reduction in the number of abortion pat- said they had nothing to do!  Of course,
ients,  the  likelihood   is  that  in  the   im- we had shows far more exceptional than
mediate   future  there   will   be   more.   In "Toklat",  North Country,  Cougar   Coun-
anv case, there is no turning back  the il7: etc- but who reads'the local adver-
clock   to   the   situation   we   had   before llsl"S to^nd out? Tf it is not advertised
the Criminal, Code was amended." P"1 e' ,B°X • or plu^ into th'?lr ear-
When  it  is considered "that for the ^ £fe^he|^d " so
,,        ...     r..n,             ._- _.._-■ tney   have  nothing  to   do,  because  they
nine month period m 197 1 some 15,516 doiVlgo out and firid out for themSeiVes
dnii'i ■ alli'w; anyone io do just as they
.would like to do: drinking, drugs,. jumping, Mirowinp things, and spoiling it for
the others, so you stay away and complain "Nothing to' do".
7 The next point: No Rental Facilities
for Boa's, etc. Smitty's is there, and has
been for many years. Where have you
been looking? Try the yellow pages -
there are at least four others in the boat
rental business. Of course, boats cost a
iot of money, and marine operators don't
like to rent them to younger people because some of them are irresponsible,
causing a lot of damage, and so make it
bad for the rest of the youngsters wishing to rent boats. On this point, I telephoned the person who used to operate
Al's Boat 'Rentals in Gibsons- The re-
sponible kids, he said, could always rent
a boat, but unfortunately it involved
damage to many boats in finding out
.the few trustworthy ones. So, it is much
safer lo turn away those one doesn't
* ■ Is it the same troublesome few who
damage threatre seats, and cause- chaos
at dances? Because, _' so, they most eer-
tainly get ai'Qund a lot.
Remember! Smile at the world, and
the world smiles with you! Police yourselves,   and  then we don't  have to.
' The Rental Shop at Davis Bay had
canoes, but had to sell them because
no one wanted to use them. They had
eight canoes, but never had one of them
rented out in all the time they had them.
They also ..have trail bikes for rent, and
just bought all new ones this year. So
far not one has been rented out -from
the store. You can also try them for
fishing  tackle.   Of   course  you  could   try
—making a caxine, hi.iLJhaL.,is too much
like  hard work.
With reference to Baseball and Soccer, once your are past the age of 18
or 20, surely you can organize something
for yourselves. Do you still want us old
fogies to wipe your noses for you? Don't
you want to have the pride of doing
something for yourselves? """"'
On your point "A Rink would Have
Opened the Doors for organized Hockey". Who would you get to organize
hockey: Medicor, Capozzi, the Bank of
B.C., or maybe the Mafia. I doubt that
you would be able to organize it yourselves.
...   And.  while  we  are  at  it, why  don't
we... haj^e—an—opera house   nn   the   mill
people snnnsorinc dances, the snme thing   hockey; stick   nnd   there  was-some   wildv
w.mld   'happen   ihe7   as   at   the* theatre.     scrambling  for   a .while— m-an   and   boy.
-frrral—rtrrrr~rfe'P"eri. ;frrr--^*^--^<7Wg--ratr~r
Was ten minutes and yet the public relations for good accomplished in those
ten minutes Will endure in the minds
ol the children as, they grow into^men.
Nice   eh!
_.. ._ (.Name   withheld.'
Easter Seals
Kilitor,  Tlie  Times x
Sir: April is our time lo I brink people
who helped ns on the'Faster Seal Appeal
this   year.
More people gave freely of their finu.
and 'expertise this ytfaTMhan ever before,
and we want you to know how much
everything  that  was done is appreciated.
While it is too soon to tell" the results
of the 1972 Appeal, the early indications
are indeed encouraging .
Please accept our sincerest of thanks
for vour help.
Easter  Seal Appeal
Publicity    Chairman,-
Editor, The Times "        _
Sir: On behalf of the Board of Trustees of St. Mary's Hospital Society, I
would like to take this opportunity to
thank you and Mrs. Wheeler for- the excellent coverage you have given to affairs concerning tbe hospital during the
past   year.        ■
Your kind co-operation is much appreciated   by  our goard.
PubliOTty   Chairman
:   * ou    would    stay     away,    hecausS    you"
'couldn't    have' the   fun-til'   wrecking   the
place, and once againyyou could say  "No
• where  to  go, ^Nothing "to do".
The hails around heue are small, -because 'he population isN.mall. Yob forget
that .( evervone in the entire . Regional
District., .incidentally 10.500. not 12,000,
as you would have us believe; were put,
■into the municipal Umpdaries of Gil
sons, it'-would stil! have less population
density than Nor'h Vancouver City -
population  Ml.."(..i3, area  4.Hi square   mile^.
v So,   kiddies,  what   came  first,  the chicken
or.  the egg?  - the town or the  people?
Yes, the Playground for young people
could he belter, and was. but the bigger
kids wrecked it. I called the R.C.M.P.
to   look   into   it   myself  one  day,   because
several bigger children were smashing
up 'he wading spoor. and throwing big
jocks into it. I understand that it is now
cracked and no longer holds water. Why
should we repair it? I understand also
.that the tennis courts, that were upgraded
only last year have already.been subject
to vandalism, the same troublesome few?
And, apart from that, couldn't very
young children find something kto do in
their own homes? As you know, that is
where 'he trouble starts - "Mom "told
rue \p get   lost".  , .
You say "Things must, and hope will
soon change", aiid if not your opening
and closing statuments suggests "Let's
get   Drunk".
Why not put, your backs into something
worthwhile - not dismiss what is here
as- "Big Deal", and pick up your pens, to
try and distort the truth. You are on the
right path to politics, maybe the future
Prime   Minister.
Yes, maybe it will change and become another concrete jungle, just like
those others which people are trying
to get away from. But you must have
your recreation centre, your synthetic
environment, because you don't have the
intelligence to appreciate what isv already here and what nature has provided for you. -,,
'Population-wise, this is a small twon,
n    imi-y    rrmll    tmim      gq    ffet    the    glitter    pf
the big  city    Stardust, or is it  pollution,
out of your eyes, or move to them.
The biggest problem on the Sunshine
Coast is not the lack of recreation facilities, but honest effort in using and improving   what   we   have.   Getting   drunk
is hot--rt-he-onl-y-thing to:dor it's -t'he-only-
thing that   takes  no  effort.
Heart warming
taxed hospitals. Number of abortions
performed in the first nine months of
1971 increased 317 per' cent over the
same period of 1970. This is based on
a national survey. Provincially • Npya
Scotia  showed  an  increase  of  600  per
rate. Wouldn't that be nice? Just think
of all the people in this area who will
never have the chance to become an
opera singer. I wonder how Lyn Vernon
made it!
With reference to "Hockey and Skating in general being just plain good exercise",—so is walking to the theatre,
and .walking home afterwards. One of
the excuses for not coming is lack, of
transportation.    Horses    and    trail    rides
cent, Saskatchewan 532, Quebec 500. abortions were earned out across the what is happening. Check our Pmeram, "»"?p?"° ,"• ,ff,Tesr„ „ trai ., es
Alberta 451, British tolumbla" 356, nation, one can but wonder just where' and' see how" many Good, Clean shoS ^'i^/^S
Newfoundland 339, Manitoba 318, On-    is our permissive society taking us? The    you can stay away from. oM™ the   rlf] riders' cub
Editor,  The Times,
Sir: I had a very heart-warming experience that I would like to share with
your   readers:
Saturday, April 15th at 4 p.m. I was
"l-TJttrrrg-iTr-my--^ heach.
Through my rear view mirror I saw an
RCMP car turn into the Indian village
road. On stopping the officer was., immediately surrounded by a group of ten
children who had been playing ' their
version of hockey on the road. After a
few minutes the constable, crossed the
road and, I assume, entered a house. In
a few '"minutes' he was" b'aW onTtie'Toad.
One   of   the   youngsters   handed   him   a
It's Leap YeaF
100%  Waterproof
Watches by ROLEX
(If Crystal and Crown Intact-)
lurio 263,  New  Brunswick   153,   Prince
F.dward. Island   153.
It appears the popular reasons for
disposing of unwanted babies include
-•'''psychiatric" and "socio-economic".
Perhaps" a m o r e suitable expression
would be, in most Oases, "responsibility
Trudeau  regime  obviously   requires  lit- To  lake  the  P°int  -  Trouble -at  the
tie 'encouragement to legalize soft drugs Dances  -  if the students,  Good,  Clean-
and,   without   doubt,   that   will   be   the !lV\ng ,Pe°Ple   that   «iey   are,   took   the
next  step. Then the  already overburd- ?other t0 pi'event .the Ui™u™<*ome few"
ened hospitals will have another crop of ^ ^,lnSrl a nu,saTf? lhfey would ?UI1
• . i   \_.  j .     •              i                7 have  their  dances.  But.  of course   tbev
society's bird-brains to take care of. have to be allowed to bring the"'drink
A privately, financed curling rink
was on the drawing boards a few years
back, but was dropped because, of the
possibility of the Recreation Centre coming. How.about trying to get the curling
rink  started  again.  However,  r suppose
Gall it what you will lhe, fact remains that needed though an Abortion
Act  was,  it  has now opened  wide  lhe
of lhe criminal so maybe we should
legalize rape, drunken driving and have
open season on the police? While such
crimes are still illegal, it appears to be
,            .,.   , ,....,., .a waste of,„unte..laying,charges, for,, the„
The  purveyors of  promiscuity  are  free jn the city  and appeal courts, show  a
lo give'full reign .to...their...activities..apt! desire   to. treat   lhe   accused   with   kid
animal instincts .without having to accept , gloves.
the responsibility that even the animals One thing is clear, with the abanclon-
iinderlake. nient of law i.nd order, we will, not re-
According to an editorial in Hospital tjiiirc a police force, Therefore, taxpny-
The law is strongly btthtneed-rn-favor    ancl driigs wHh thc      becau";e   h      d    ,      that you would;3upp0rt it the same way
abortions has divided not only the public  but  hospital  boards,  administrators,
To-  Whom   It.
 (SiihmiUed'j , _	
I-RAD|aHS;HIR -of our country, Canada,"
is chosen b_. each one of us not only
when \se cast our ballot, but every time
wo oNpro^pilr:;pn'rilnP^.clllier 'n Pcr"
soiiii'l  illscussslon, formal  speech or In
prim,        ■ "... ■••
Now, is the appropriate time tq eviw
luiile the 'leadership we selected for ourselves a less years ago, Our present
Trlme.Minister.'hui, been mv1U.jp provide
ssise und strong leadership, some claim
he Is an arrogant power hungry potential
, he.Js.ihe. equivalent-of -Iddel- ('astro 111
('iiiiikIii,   However,-(lei  us  look  at  the
recttrcl andl'aets.i'iUll^i'.lli'iii opinioiiH.
During the leadership of -Honorable
I', 17 Trudeau, we have experienced considerable Increases In three very Irii-
poi'tunh-evonoinlu Indicatory These, are
turned   over  for   hospital
staff and maintenance.-
May   Coiteerift
projects, Anpther such project is ''RjjflolH
dale College'*, that is considered by'law.,
eiiforcemcnt agencies as the drug distrU
billion centre  in Toronto,  yet  we lax-,
payers support it frinee the I'cdcrnhMorK
gage and Housing authority will not in-"
sisi that It-meet its payments. What do '
you think would happen to you If you
withhold your tiwes?   > ; • ■'■■■
The foreign policy has experienced
a deli ii i te ly more pronounced I "'iondsli i p
wllh 'Communis!  dictatorships "and  less
friendship  with  our  Western    friendly
ported  the Chinese    Communists oVcr
since his visit .with Chairman Muo ap-
pn)xlinate|y ten years ugi), to the present^
liellvl'les of promoting friendship. A' .lio"
siime limC.llio Riissiiih 'clictuttirs HjVvo	
nol boon neglected, Te exchange visits
wllh Russian dictators have resulted in
- . ...        ,  ,..i        liureomenis'ihiu perhapsprudently "'have'	
pftrtlQtputory; tlepiocrncy?7'rhosc'
know how to have a good time without    tyh°£lredo   "ie   b°wilng    alleyS    and    th?
them. This is also a reason so manv  nf o   .'     • .
them   don't  like  us  at   the thtfaTro   We    ,   ■STT/f T'. *?? ho,ve b?e"
UK-emu.   wc     bullt   by   sluc|ent. participation   in   other
**wmm*«'w«m«w«w»w»mmmmwmwmmmmum«vmmm«iiw     places.   Again,   do   you    have   to   have
7\r everything done for you? T"will donate
ploy a person who has tho know-how,
if'■"students will supply' the labor and
get the rnaterials donated by all the "do-
gooders," Now, there is a challenge for
you! Didn't you see those spines sag!
.,.,,,„^g,^J^-j„..-.^,-, .».™„.^
don't! knock them - get out and improve
thorn,. However, keep In mind that if the
community can't  afford lo keep lho ball
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on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast
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Subscription Rates:, (in advance)
Locol. $6 per year, Beyond 35 miles, $7.
U.S.A., $9. Overseas, $10.
(Howe Sound to/crvls inlet) coming irom for iho  Recreation ConfroV
With regard  to having  moro  reliable
MAY 1 TO OCTOBER 31, 1972
Effective May 1st, burning permits are required for open fires
under the Forest Act. Residents within the Village of Gibsons may
opp'yTFo' a permit at the Municipal Office during regular office
Permits must be obtained BEFORE setting an open fire.
No permit is necessary when burning in a container covered
with a screen. Permits may be cancelled at any time.
April 20,-1972
Gibsons, B.C.
Municipal Clerk
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.lucth, i»U>no,,hpouK,.titici|uuicltv~   lur  lho .,4 ^ion ('or
visits cosl our provincial nnd munkipi.l
liupnyers htnulivils of iIiouhiiihIs of dol-
Ini'h, hone of wl)|c|i Nvnr> puld for by .'he
federal Bovcrniuont, llnuikcs m wonder
wlu'rls 1I10 purpose of our fetlurnl armed
forces If they eitnnot be used lo duke
economic "policies;
'The theme during previous federal
flection was participatory democracy, As
praollually lmj)lomoiiU>d. ll has - .mount
lhe expulsion Irom cabinet of sonic-very
prominent, liberal'wabluot'inlnlslei'M who      	
associations  on  lhe  consillueiiey  level      ■■ *. ,  ....,..„,_ ._ ,U| ,...,„,.,r .,-nmniMl
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1 ' _t> ' '7 7JSte  ��� ._.:r|4��uMtt��M��pga  s~N^tes2  \  HERE w�� go tilting at Windirhlls again:  This tin^b to save a park���a people's  park of great importance to the Halfmoon  _<d,y community and anyone else who  likes a place of. beauty at the seaside.  - A place to have a simple picnic or let -  the children swim in clean safe water or  launch the family boat at an easy got-al-  ramp. ���  The kind gentleman who owns this  property has been most generous in letting it be used as a public park and,  without being asked, has donated to the  Recreation Commission parties put on  for the children of this area, Now he  feels he must sell this property which is  is his right. No way should he have to lose  money .on this, but we would all like  to see this remain a park therefore ask  the provincial government "please buy  now what no amount of money will buy  in the. future, this bit of greeri known  as  Cooper's  Greene" Halfmoon  Bay.  RETIREMENT  Mrs. Kay LeQuima hosted a dinner  party at her home Ft\iday April 21 in'  honor of Miss Helen DaWe on her retirement from the Medical^Clinic in Sechelt.  Miss Dawe's co>\vapliers provided" the  dinner which consisted of cold ham, chili,  salads, scalloped potatoes, Spanish cream  and. deJicious cake.  Present from the Se'chelt-office were:���  Mrs. Doris Wing, Mrs. Olive Comyn, Mrs.  Audrey Cobleigh, Mrs. Jessie Naylor,  Mrs. Janet Newman, Mrs. Barbara Cat-  tanach, Glennis Hudson, Mrs. Phyllis  Handford. From Pender Harbour Mrs.  Lou Duncan. From Gibsons office were  Mrs. Davina Bolderson, Mrs. Helen Wein-  handl, Mrs. Ursula Anderson. In on the  party but unable to attend were Mrs.  Phyllis Pearson, Mrs. Edna Husby, Mrs.  Pat Takahashi, Mrs. Irene Burtnick and  all the Doctors of the Medical Clinic.  Miss Helen Dawe, was surprised when  she.found out the party was in her honor.  Her mother Mrs. Ada Dawe was also  present when Helen was presented with  a gift certificate for a Vancouver Book-   store,  a  most  appropriate  gift  for  Mi3s  .    ���by  Peggy  Conner  Mr. Gordy Hall of Sechell with his three  daughters Sharon, Kathleen and Nadine,  f.or   crew,   motored   across     the   Georgia  Straits in their vessel the "Gay Nineties"  to deliver the Canadian Power Sqira-~  dron's flag on the last leg of its trip  across Canada to Nanaimo. The weather  could have been better. The girls are  seasoned sailors and took Hie trip with  ' well  placed  confidence  in  their  skipper.  OFF^ NORTH  Thursday,  April  20th,  early   morning,  was   a   welcome     sight   to   see   several  4'loc.ki." t*4���goonQ." f-lyi��&' -n<��y^4Vr--tii:ci^-OTTrrtg���  the   direction ' because   ,of   some   of   the  weather,experienced  here  lately.  COOKIE   SALE  The Sochelt Guides and Brownies  will be around on' their annual cookie  sale. These are a'good tasting cookie by  a well-known company, "Christies".  Cookie week starts Saturday, April 29th  and continues on until May 6th. A.box of  these goodies sell for 50c so" do take  advantage of having them* delivered to  your door.  93rd   BIRTHDAY  Mrs. Johnson in the extended care  unit of St. Mary's Hospital had her best  birthday party evei\ to celebrate her 93rd  year. All her family were there to wish  -rrtrr  "WrThday,   except   for   the  who, y phoned'    from  two  -a lurppy  yourigest daughter  Moose Jaw.- Mrs. Johnson received  leis from, Honolulu and many other gifts.  Mrs, Ebach made and deeyrated a birth-  cake beautifully done as an old .fashioned  \ad\\ with an apron on over her hooped  skirt.        ' '"  SHOWER  ������--           VX  . Mrs. Germaine Lizee held" _ shower"  for Miss Jackr Spencer whose marriage  to Jim Doyle took place April 15th. Present at the Lizee home:'were Mrs. Dorothy Spencer, Mrs. Dora Wilson, 'Mrs.  Shirley Wayment, Mrs. Carol Bystedt,  Mrs. Eileen Bystedt, Mrs. Wendy McDonald, Mrs. Sandy Cayilier, Mrs. Gerry  Marchuk, Mrs. Paula Gibbons, Mrs. Jane  Merritt, Mrs. Mildred .Chambers, Mrs.  Dot Goeson, Mrs. Doris Housely, Miss  , Karen Spencer, and Mrs. Lizae's niece  ^Maria who. was visiting -them at the  time. ��� , ,  Unable to. attend were Mrs.\ Phyllis  Page and Mrs. Judy Sims; Miss Dianne  Keeley 'and Mrs. Caroline Keeley. Mrs.  Sharon Ellis, sent gifts and good wishes.  The gifts we^'e attractively arranged  "ln*ah umbrella. The cake done by'Mr^.  Lizee was two big Wedding bells tied to  ribbons held up by a blue bird of happiness done in food. The wings of the  bird  were.slivers of almonds.  The Hospital Auxiliary members are  reminded of the Regional . meeting at  Lions Gate Hospital May 3rd. Bus leaves  Sechelt 8 a.m.  The Peninsula Times Page Ar3  Wednesday, April 26, 1972  uns  oast Business Director  __  ACCOUNTANTS  W.- Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res.  886-7567  Harris  Block, Gibsons, B.C.  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 Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.   P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN   YOU   NEED  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���' GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  FUEL  \^ANADIAN      fl  CABINET  MAKERS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE" &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Uhits Are All  Prefiinshed  Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  LNADIAN      r 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  -   Sechelt.   B.C.  e:  CHARTER  BOATS  Dawe.  SPORTS .  The Sechelt Chiefs did very good in  the 5th Division soccer season ending up  in 4th place out of 12 teams, the Chiefs  were a big threat crowding 1st place but  it was jiot meant to be. May 47th they  are off to Squamish to take part in the  Howe Sound Tournament.  HERE AND THERE  Visitors to Mrs. Alice French were  long time friends Mr. and Mrs. Calvin  McKenzie from White Rock and Mr. J.  McKenzie, brother of Calvin's from Victoria.  .Everyone* - is welcojD��Mta_par.take-of_a-  AUTO  SERVICE  spaghetti and meatball supper which is~  being held Friday night starting at 6:30  April 28th at_the Selma Park Community  Hall. Admission: adults $1.25 and children 50c. Put on by the Church of Jesus  Christ, Latter Day Saints.  The last Friday in the Easter holiday's  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good" Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services   PhnnR   886-9784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  GLAD TIDINGS  ���fMiRNMtt  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Ciower Point Road  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���-Phone 886-2201  "HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 o.m.-3 p.m.  hri. lO a.m.-6 p:m.7bdt. 10 a'.m.T} p.m.  For  Quick  Results  Use  Times  Adbriefs  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL   Highway and Martin Road    Sunday School; 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  ^Wedwsda'yi'Bible'Wd'Prayer 7i30 p.m.  ������FrlddyK)_jotrth--Service��-��7r30-,prrnT  PASTOR: GERRX, FOSTER. ,____  Phone: 886-7107���  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  "'   SUNDAY SCHOOL A^  9s45A.M.   CHURCH SEIlVICI^TrsOtfXMr"  Pastor Roy. Walter S, Ackroyd  T--V^Mqdplra'Park'":i<'8B3^374r     '  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 d.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nickerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  Carry'in/tarry out service onsmall-appliances,'  toasters, Irons, frypans, portable heaters, hair  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Djving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24'  Catalina  Cruiser.   Guides' available.   Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  CHIMNEY  CLEAN IMG  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS -  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  ipieie-Home Renovations and Repairs  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park,  B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  MARINE  SERVICES     GIBSONS MARINE  AND  INDUSTRIAL (1972)  LTD.  Complete automotive and  marine  repairs and  parts; welding; sales;  boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  , -. LTD.   '  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  BLASTING  ���"��������������������.  " controlledblasting  all Work" insured  FREE ESTIMAItb  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  ^WATER SURVEY SERVICES   Fpr Expert Blasting   SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ������ 10s00 a.m.  Church Sorvlca .��� 11x15 a.m.  Evening. Sorvlco 7s30 p,m,  , PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Payla Pay Road and Arbutui  '2 block* up from Highway)  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  . If No Answer Leave Mossaae at  883-2763 or 88p-7377  R.R. 1, Secholt, B.C.  BUILDERS1 '" " '""'' "'" ""'  For All Your Renovation.  Alterations or Finishing. V/ork ���  cqll  Cor Zuidoma   PHONE 885-2135  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  L&H SWANSON LTD.   READY-MIX, CONCRETE   Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  .OFEIGE-I iN^B EM N ER^BLOGI^  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES ~"  ���i" 7 i     ������   ��� in ���������" - ���.������  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  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden  Bay, B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  "Landscaping - Shrubs - Frui^Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  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 ^  SPORTING  GOODS  OPTOMETRIST  ��� -Aflf^S-COIFFURiS   in the Bal Block  .Next to the Go-op Store*   ��  Gibsons 886-2322    ' ������������'   '     '   ' ��� '"K ' ' "  SECHELT. BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  FRANK E.  DECKER/ OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  A'll Makes - All Work Guaranteed  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . .  Large & Small  *85=9B32-  -jecfcslr  SURVEYORS  Expert Hair Styling  Cow/ie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned^ndJiePQkfid���  885-9666,  Box  172, Sechelt, B,C,  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations- Road^Buildlno  ���Grading,..Fill.-,Road Gravel.- Crushed Rock,,,  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building"  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  h|(i t...,  Tho United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St, John'i"Uiiftflil Church7 Davli Pay  Sunday Sorylcos ����_30n.iiv   ���  Robert* Crook United  Sunday Services - 2130 pm  1   Gibioni United Church      .    .     ,  ,W,J,.,Sunday Services... 1.1 i 15.a,m,���.,������.���.���  Port Mellon Unltod  Sunday Sorylcos - 7s30 p,m ,   "  (2nd and 4 th Sundays)  Mlnlntry  Roy, Hrr) Williamson - Gibsons - 0("$<2333  imuiiinimnnniinni *������������-������������������������  1.3m  Baptist Church Services  BRTH^kJAPTjSXj:HM?J1^  -^^^./V'^itiflld'^nd.Trail...Sechelt.u:.:^_u  Sunday, School 10:00 a.m., .  Moi-nlno ���Woruhlp 11: l;!f a.m.  ���CALYARY~BAPTIST���XHURCIL  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m,  - Sunday,School 10:4.5 q,ro.   Evening Fellowship 7:00 p,m,  REV, RODERT ALLADY, P��K>r  '    (P0M009)  '   A'WARMWELCOME'AWAIT$.YQU  �����*���  -���PLY-CONE-DEYELOPMENTS^cV  HOUSING CORP, LTD.  ' Surishlrio Coast aiid Islands'"   CONVENTIONAL,,MODULAR.A'ND, PREFAB  WoHoyo A, Thousand Ideas  Our Prices Aro Cbmpotltlvo  Phono Vancouver 602-3642  Write Sox 676 - Socholt, P.O.  TRICON-PEYELOPMENTSrLTD.v"  CUST6M, HOMES -PRE-FAB IJQME3  High Quality .',. Roasonablo Prices  Buy a PacKago and oroct l\ yourself/pr qot  ,bur professional help,  GARDEN DAY, P.C. - Phono Evos, 003.2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES '  r7TREADY;MIXrC0NCRETErAND~  "BUILDINQ SUPPLIES       Your Ono Slop Polldlng Sloio  For All Your Building Noedn i\ ���������  GIBSONS BUILDINQ SUPPUESATD.  l653..Seavlow^-^Pl1ono*886.2642~  Froo Estimates - Fast,Sorvlco  G'V'W'PRYWAtL*"*-1-^-  Drywall acou&tlc and textured, ceilings,  Now Borvlnga Gibsons area and tho peninsula,  .   Phono.884-5315.  Hon 166, Port Mellon, D.C,  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  : DISPOSAL SERVICES-^���7  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERYICES LTD.  , PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Toll ,006-2930 or 805-9973  Gall Us For Your Dl/iposal Noods,  .,.,,.,. WhonRfinovatliibvOrSprlhoCloonlnfl....  Contolnors Avalloblo,  -mmmm^mmm^mmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.-  r ��� ������' ������������'��������� ��� ����������� ��� ��������� ������"' "  ACTON ELE.CTRIC LTD.  Rosldontlol - Industrial and Marino Wiring'  Electric Heat - Lino Work '  Phono 886-7244  . Residential - Commercial -, Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phono Day qr Eyo, 885-206^  %  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERYICES  Phone 885^2021  COASTLINE SERYICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 " Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  '' ���"  Plumbing -' Pipefirting'-'SteamfiUiri.j    "  ROT & WAGENAAR   '  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430,  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  -*oxJH7^bsorirerB^rM>hornB-e��6^7<��e~  Hot-Wqter-Mea4Hng--r--Pi^e-Logg4Bo-  Box 790  Scchclr, B.C.  "^^    HALL^SHEET METAL  Domestic-^^Commercial.,-., Industrial _  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OILFIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down r��� 10 Yoprs To Pay  Light Plumbing   Roy_Bloncho 883-2401   IRONWORKS  ���/���������  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  rt-^?^WROUGiHT;iRON:RAIi;lNGS   "    :  "AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 006-7029 - 006-7056 - 006-7220  ! FREE ESTIMATES,  JANITOR SERVICE ~  ��� Welcome to, The Floorshlno Coast  ���MaW^SOUND.  JANITOR SERYICE  Specialists In Cleaning ��� Floor Waxing l  .Spray Buffing. -Window, Cleaning  .   RUG, SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  ������ ��� ��� , ., , .  .JOHNSON'S  BUIrVDINQMAINTENANCI ������,.  .���.,������. , ,���.,���,., Spaclallxlnp In. ,,  Paper Hanglno, Interior 6\ Exterior docoratlno,  Rug Cloanlno, AH typos of Pulldlno  Maintenance, Floor Instillqtlon,  VYI ndow _Cioa.oJDfl .���  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 01 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  LTD.  Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service   PHone-885^9(JT4" '   P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533  Eve iy t ft in|^oi^th$F- ��o^ I t-^oiii rse I fir !~  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  ���;���-���������-"���--'   ���Free Estimates,-" ���-"���-���'��������� ���  Port Mellon to Pender  Len Coates Ray Coales  886-9533 886-9533  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  _.NGW-WPRk.and_SERVJCE..WORK_  Gov't, Certified Plumber  Phono 883-2720  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.irt.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  -Stowi-  "togT  SECHELT TOWING & SALYAGfe  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towlhfl  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  jmMEEBl ll  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member, of Alljed.V.an Lines.,.     .,  - ���Cdnada's-NorrMSvlrT^"*"^^^  Box 63  Madalra Park, B,C,  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Toojs and Equipment  Garden Bay, B.C,       Phono 883-2585  "' ,,''"':" wrKW1Fat';   THE-RENTAL SHOP  ,   JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring^ndjMaJor  Appliance ,Repairs  'OKI   ,-��**!. M-4 I        I <   PlT0NTF85-"99ra~  Rok 387, Secholt, B.C.  -��� BLAIR-ELECTRICAlu-  ���i bMiMrt4fftf *�����"  "TV  Coirtractlng-*and"sEngineering -*���  Rosklcnllal - .^ommprclal Wiring  .... ��� ���         i  YOUR AD IN THIS Plf^ECT(ORY  RGA.CHEJS 4500 HOMES,,   .  PHONR 9&S-9719 AFTfaR   . P.M^  Box A42 - Socholt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  ' ..'..At Ih*.Sign jnf���th(i.Cheyroit,���...,.,���  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8. MARINE SERYICE LTD.  MachinoShop��������� Arc ond Acly Weldl��*o  f��|oH Fnhrlrnllna ������ Marine Wnys  "AdtOinollVo' ond' Moilno" RfipnliV'  Standard Marina Station  Phym 064.7721"    R��|��. B1>6:?9S4. 08*.?32��  ���^_ , ,���?   Use these spaces to  reqeh nearly lQ^O.OO'pcopIo,    ,'.  oyory-vyook!., ,  "Wo Rent or Sell /^Imnsl Gyon  Typowrllora - Llohtlriij Plarila .'Tdlovliilona  Ro|o Tillers - Comonl Mixers - Lawn Rakoa  Mcclianlc'h Toola  ,PI lONC 805.2048 ��� 2.' HOUR SliRVIC";  AFTER HOURS 885.2181  RETAIL STORES  2C  y  /  C & S: HARDWARE  SEGHRl.Tf.Pi.O.  APPLIANCES - HARPWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C,  sunshine transport  , warehouses'  Gibsons 886-2172  ���--^���DAILY"SERVlCETROM'VA^CbWEirM"M*  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA   *  Furniture to anywhere In Canada,  General Freight. Low-bod and heavy hamllna.  ii ....  T.V. and RADIO    CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC"  SECHELT, B.C. PHONE 885-9338  TELEVISION ��� APPLIANCES  AUTHORIZED  SACES7-'--.SERVICE       '  "   .  PHILCO-FORD ��� MOTOROLA  SPEED-QUEEN  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  fi, SERYICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���   GLECTROHOMB.  antl   ZENITH    DEALERS  ���.-Gorcjon-Ollyor Ed-Nicholson���  -ln^hewHearr0fwDownfOv?fiwS'Q*'clillf  00x799, Socholt ; , .   885-9816.  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  i''^mm'^^mmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm>9mmmmmmmmmiimmmmm^  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  "' " '   '    ' ��� l|1"11 inmiwiiimini   ���������I|iihiiw..miiii��i.i.ihi n ,i i w��iiiw���inpiMi ,>������  TYPEWRITER  REPAIRS 8, SERYICE  "--' Agont-for - Hermes "Typewriters  PHONE 886-2728 :     " '  R. f>.  Thomas 6\ Co.    :  ^TWW������^���^ l In, , mmmmm__���  UPHOLSTERY  I               I III III  1.11. .IL.l.1 1 .            1 . f   L  0ELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  Jnpmt $i ��^^<tyw&wwtt>>rdwfa^^  JTHEJTOGGERY.  JI?U  Open sIa dny�� o weeK   ��  Phone 885-2063  rlerStrootrSechelt  .      Pondor Harbour - 883-2513         ,���H>yRIJOUR���SMPPLIES,  Electrical"-""Plumbing���'- AppllancbB  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Bo* 158 M^iclro Park, Hwy 1^1  1 at Francis Ponlnsulq  .    AND DRAPERIES  "Reupliolatoflno  II.  FioMyllna * Cpmploto Drof>rf>  Service ��� Somplm shown'In dio homo  or 886-2873    ���'  r.A*��^��  ...\   J_  ���U'iw��4-tf Jc*)ff ���.w^J^i^'?**^ fiiii'^mi  n>r_iwiywmw��npjffl  Your Business Card '  >   ��� ���      '    ,,    ;,7  .; , In Uils space will ''""  roach nearly 10,000 pcpplel  ;    Low;cost -fHlqh power  t  .'.'.���V��.-  " "  ---������������'ft'  ,_itJi,*il\tM^\i  ,7'i .* b-��    *�� ' i *y__w..\^ :y  \  \  Poge A-4^     Peninsula Times, Wednesday, April 26, 1972     R��AL  gSTATE (Co||h) R|Al, ESTaTE (Cp(|t>)    /      AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cor  k_lfcljSmiS-i|^mLL^JI^  FOR REVlT  vVWWUWniWflfUWIAJUUIMUiAllMU.^^  T.     r, cr. Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  HePenINSULa7^^ Gibsons . phone 886.7244  D^BRI  Classified  ��%��***  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River^News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd,  at Sechelt7U.C.  Established 1963  BIRTHS  \  GIBSONS AND SECHILT  WESTERN  DRUGS      V  ...   is   pleased   Jto   sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement,  space,    and  extends Best Wishes to' the happy  parents.  Member, Audit Bureaa  of Circulations  -   Sept., 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to oudit  Classified Advertising Rates: s _,  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion    $1.00  Three Insertions .. $2.00  Extra lines (4 words)       20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad Briefs)  Box Numbers     10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage Ond Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  rds per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  - regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00  yr.  SIEGFRIED and Holly Lehman,are happy to announce  the arrival .qL. a daughter  Amanda Jane, 7 lbs. Ap-H-1-  16th, 1972 at St. Mary's Hospital. A sister for Tracy Anne.  8528-22  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous .���>  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,Thurs-x  days,  Wilson  Creek   Community   Hall/   Ph.    885-9327. '886-  23*43. 4979-tfn  Overseas   ���.   Special Citizens,  Local  Area   _   Canada���   .$10.00   yr.  $3.50  $400  WISH   to   contact   Latter   Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175  or   886--2M6T���'���ffr6fr+fn-  Get All  Your Gardening  Needs And  Expert  Advice  ...  at  MURRAY'S GARDEN &  PET SUPPLIES  Gower   Point    Road,   Gibsons  Phone   886-2919  Now open 6 days a week"  7 8732-tfn  I    WILL .not    be    responsible  for   an>i\debts   incurred   by  anyone    b\u\     myself.���Dennis  Spence.      \\ - 8521-24  EWART McMYNN  ..REALTY. &  INSURANCE,   .  \ Multiple    Listings   Service  Rox   238,   Gibsons,   B.C:  IIOPKIN'S    LOG.:    Very    al-  I r;irt i ve .:!  linl    linnif',' lu-wl y  ��� l"i:ii!ili'd    ninl    now    ���. I ui ? ���    .'...'-  'pei   all   clean   a.-.   a   new. pin.  Full   pti.p   iinly   .1'.?.0,0l"nl  GIRRON-S: Centrally located  on a nicelv landscaped view  lot lliis two bed. home wrth,  a good seized basement may  be just the home you are  looking for. Reasonably pi'iced  at   $20,000.   ,        '   &  GIBSONS   WATERFRONT:     *  FOur lots' all cleared and in  fruit trees and* a large summer home. This is good in- ���  vestment property and can  still be used for that summer  home on the water. .Bring  your   offers.  ItOBERTS CREEK: Stephens  Rd. very attractive two  bed. home oi. a nice flat landscaped lot overlooking the  Gulf of Georgia. This is in  a nice quiet area. clos(\ to a  nice sale beai-h and is very  -stn+a-Wt1���for - wt-H-aiutnl. or jusL.  a place to gel away to. F.P.  $18,000.   Offers.  ROBERTS  CREEK   LOTS:  Lower Rd. Lg. lots witli  stream through property. Reasonable priced at $3,500 to  $4,500.  PENDER  HARBOUR  WATERFRONT: 10 acres  with 700' frontage. Road and  water   through   property.   Can  CHOICE  IDEAL       family       car,     xiaG(i  Comet.   Recently   city   tested.  Good tires',  no  rust.  $900  cash.  14   ft   CLINKER     built     boat  with-: 9 h.p. B&S and clutch.  ...What  ���a\  ,1'h. '885-9747  \  8532-22  ���oU  .e.i'b.  3h.  883-2789:    ,  8504-22  1955   G.M:C.   pick-up,   $225  best   offer.   Ph.  be sold in two parcels  enquire.  Please  By Carrier 60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, musfe,be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  -unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, .goods or services  may not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. AdveT?  tising   is merely an offer to  sell,  oniT   may   be  withdrawn   at   any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising    is   accepted   on   the  ���condition   that,   in   the   event   of  tyi<ographical   error,   that   portion  of  the advertising space occupied  by   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonabfg-trlfowance foi sig--  nature,   will   not   be   charged   for,  fc"Jt the balance of the advertisement will  be paid  for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put Into  production, but cancelled before  publico! loo. Change from original  copy when proof Is submitted to  ���ccretunier is also churgeabte"'qt'"an~  ���Ct5A31 C(P I RACI ING  Buildirfg - All types.  Roofing   -  Duaroid   Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  Painting -  Int.,  Ext.  -  Res.  &  Commercial  Concrete   -  basements  -  sidewalks - sea & retaining walls.  Floor   covering  -   insulation.  Phone 886-7320  8056-tfn  ARE  you "living   with  an  alcoholic?   For   help   call   Al-  m^msym^-  Member  Vancouver  Real Estate  Board  PHONE   886-2248  .  Notary Public    .  Anon:88ti""2m  9409  LISTINGS  WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  -    ��� 8096-22  VIEW   lot     Selma   Park,   90x  180'    cleared     and     graded,  water   and   hydro.   $5500.   Ph.  885-9628. 8531-22  LARGE   lot   80   x   268',   Redrooffs  Road.  Potential  view  on   paved   road,    power   and  phone available. $3950.  Phone  -88S-S654 8534-tfn-  VILLAGE OFSfCHELT  20 view acres. Undeveloped.  $32,000, will sell m 5 acre  lots. 885-9654 or write Box  *310,  Sechelt.  8346-tfn  ON RUBY Lake, \_ acre���105  ft waterfront, close to Highway Lot 3, $14,000. Phone 883-  2346. Write Box 66, Garden  Bay,   B.C. , 8489-22  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like  160 acres  near  Secret Cove-  Wei]   elevated   property,   some,  ocean   views,   trails   and   light  limber. Lane access from highway    at    only    $67,500.    Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times^Sechelt. ,B.C._   8733rt_fji  CANADA  PERMANENT  TRUST  Pender  Harbour:  Buy this 5 ��� acres waterfront,  home of Gunboat Bay Fishing Resort. Add more cabins  and boats. Live in the 3 bedroom home. Build a trailer  park. A sound investment at  $75^,000. Financing available.  Trades.  Three    good    semi-waterfront  lots   in   treed     subdivision.  Ocean   access.  Start   at   $4,600.  See  and  Offer.  . ��� ���������������Earls Cove��� ������  883-2336.  87-15-1 fn  1970   85   H.P.  EVINRlTDE with  controls.    Top   shape,    $795."  Madeira   Marina,   Pender  Harbour, 883 :>;>.:.;, .   8508-24  CINNAMON   male   Poodle.   7  months,-11 inches high, $50.  Also   toy   puppies,    $75,   each.  Phone 885-9797.' 87IT-22..  SILVER   grey   female   poodle  pup\ .$50.     Phone     112-883-  2396. 8511-22  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Mrs   Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  SELMA    Park  _  meeting.   Ph.  Hall.    $5    per  885-9437.  7343-tfn  WATT'" Why pay hundreds  of dollars more for that  nc\l 'car or camper purchasf?  Sec Ed Black at Musgrove  Ford Sales. 2300 Cambie St.,  Vancouver. We carry the full  Ford; line���T-Bi:rd. Torino,  Mustang, Maverick, Pinto,  Cortina, Econoline Van and  for pick-up, including the exciting new Courier, as well  as a large stock of quality  ued cars. There ' is also .a  good selection of truck-campers., top dollar for your  trade, 100' per cent financing.  For transportation to, the city  and free confidential credit  check,  call   Ed   Black   (collect.  WORK WANTID  SIGN   Painting,   drafting,   decorating.   Dune   Roberts,   Ph.  886-2862. 8701-22  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  400 FT.'WATERFRONT���BARGAIN  HARBOUR  it  872  162.  8094-22'  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS Mobile Home Park -  West Sechelt, - Now accepting reservnifibhs. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Kd��� West Sechelt next to>  school.   Ph.   885-2375.    8705-24  FINANCING Your Mobile  Home Arranged ��� Large 2  bedroom mobile home, 2  baths, large family room with  patio doors, Built in china  cabinet, large closets and  cupboards. No furnishings,  this is the best basic unit on  the Peninsula; Double ferry  charges have been paid. Put  this fine home on your Own-  foundation and apply for the  Home Owners Grant. $15,500  Financing Arranged. No   agents.   Phone_-885-2153   after  MATURE   woman,   varied   experience,   requires    o f f i c e  position    or   what    have    you.  Ph.   886-9502. 8514-22   1 ,   ARBORITE Or Formica counter tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. Will  bring colour samples to you.  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn   .  c,   SAW filing,  lawn, garden arrd���  bush' tools sharpened. Guaranteed workmanship. 15th St.  at Gower Point Road 886-2701.  8068-22   : .*  CHIMNEYS     s-wept.       StovesN  cleaned. Phone 886-2834 after 5 p.m. 8503-24  BUSmESS  machine  repair  &  service.   Phone   886-2728.  7993-trn  Help Wanted, female  SPRING HAS SPRUNG! The  weather's great - so get out  of the house, start earning  money as an. A-Von-JRepr^sen- _  tative. Discover how easy it  is to t sell Avon products to  friendly people. Representative needed for Gibsons to  Langdale territory. Call Collect to Mrs. Matches 929-2592  or call Inge Harrison 886-  2967.' 8518-25  Over 6 acres ideal for resort,  . hotel, marina. Hwy. and corner frontage. 500' ocean front.  Close to Ferry terminal. F.P.  $49,900.  Call Don Tait at Pender Harbour, 883-2284 or 4488 Main  Street, Vancouver 10, B.C.  870-7111'.      8519-22  CARS & TRUCKS  1965     VOLKSWAGON,     $650.  Ph.  evenings  886-7041.   �����529=22.  6 p.m.  8713-tfn  WANTED TO BIJY-  BOATS & ENGINES  BLUE Lady���24 ft Artcraft  with full house type cover,  Command and lower control.  Olds V-8 with Warner gear.  Head, tape deck, lots of equipment. Needs paint. $4,700. Dry  stored at Madeira Marina,  Pender .Harbour. Phone 883-  2266. : -8507-23  WANTED: Fibreglass boat, 15  or 16 ft, outboard, wide  beam, good condition. Phone  886-9974 or write Box 362,  Gibsons. 8700-22  FOUND  MAN'S watch found in the  washroom, of St. Mary's  Hospital on Jan. 16, may. be  claimed upon identification at  the  Hospital. 8520-22  Deluxe 60'xl.2' mobile home mounted on concrete ond on  approx 1,400 sq. ft. well constructed building easily converted  into a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room)., Landscaped. Float and  private marine ways. Many opportunities for development or just  o real nice place to live. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  $20,000 down.  WATERF^NT~DUPLEX  Near  Madeira   Park,   on   707level   waterfront   lot   in   grassland  trees   Small  side by side one BR furnished duplex units,  electric  heating, carports.  Ideal  for 2 fishing partners as a  joint  investment. Asking price $30,000.  FURNISHED HOME��� IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortable two B.R. view home on large lot. Good gardening  soil. Close to marina and  boat launching.   $28,000  with  terms.  JEARL COVE RESTAURANT  At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best location on the  Sunshine  Coast. Property, business and' equipment for sale, or would leose  business and equipment.  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.  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx.  10 acres partially cleared and in grass. Would make excellent  subdivision or mobile home park. Full phce $32,000 with $10,000  down.  8679-23  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at Sechelt or  phone 885 9654.  PENDER HARBOUR  Ideal Marina site in heart of  Madeira Park. Level and  over  850'   waterfront.  Beautiful level view lot on  Francis...7Ee.nin^ijla���____.__\_\_Y*  ftEAL ESTATE  SOAMES POINT: On attractively landsi^ped corner lot.  We offer a fine 4 bdrm, cottage. Lge. living room has  fireplace, view windows and  opens to 'sundeck. Comb, kit-  -ehen���an d���dip in g���i-oonir-Go tin-  top'rd. frontage.  All  services.  2 double view lots. Could  easily be split 2 each, Selma  Park. These and others, view  with.  Jack Noble 883-2701  ROCHESTER REALTY LTD!  1970 MAVERICK 6 cyl. standard,  one owner. Phone 885-  2359 or 885-2266 ask for Bryan.  8686r23  1960 DODGE half-ton pick-up  with   plywood   canopy,,  ,$400  -uuLJiei4_xi��etJElumfiJ^3^  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  8684-23  hourly  work.  rate   for   the    additional  SSJ^OSLECmSL.  TWILIGHT THEATRE   ��� -Gibsons ������    -���������  Slnrls Week. April 20 to Fri.,  April   21)   -   ��   p.m.  SotnothlnR Special in Goncrnl  ,_..���������.���_.,CltiH.sll'lcullon��������..,...�����..���..,,  FLIGHT OF THE DOVES  ��� fijiniTin..  Hon  Moody  nnd  .luck   Wild   ^tTiT:rn7K~R��TT^ AprTT"2?r~r��  Moil., Muy   I  PLAY MISTY FOR ME   ���  Slhi'i'lnR   Clint"   IfinHtWond  RESTRICTED  Wwiiliiu: Rw.oiii'Jiik, &., Cour.it!  UiiiHunKo  '  BW'i'tliw Tiioh., May "V In Sid,.'  Muy   (J  "' v : McCABE AND'  MRS. -MILLER  Htiiirln.. ��� Wnrron   BoiUly   nnd  Julio Clir'mlo  MUTUiif..   Nudity,   I'Yo.iuoiil  Mwoni'lni.-- V-.'T'.v Coni'Mi.'  1.11111111111.0  n i oi 7'.:,  tor top range and wall oven  in coppertone. Matching garage with deck aboye, Cash to  Agreement.  wKoiuoid-y-^a.QQ0^^  'move into 2 room house on h  1   aero.   All   services,   Several  small   outbuildings.   There   is   n   bonutifuT  little   slroum   on  tho  property   too,  just  crying  out  to be  developed,  HOPKINS: Sound family  ,���,.���,��� homc-"��n-��vicw���-loi-���Houso,-.  consists 4 bdrms,, comb, kit,  nnd din,, nico si/.o living room  opens to deck. "Simill" sowing  room.   Hoc.   room.   A-oll   fur-  --- mice,-- -Bllv, -top i-ondu,- CnonU���  nnd   buck.   Terms   on   $21,500,  Tho ylow ulono will Hull this (I  Hero  block   In   qulol   locmtlon,  The   prlco   Is   right   nl   only ���  $7,000,  We  huvo-iv< llno-vlow  lot   In  .  upon of i)ow homoK, i'ully nor-  vleorl  for only .HMO. ..  K, BUTLER REALTY  ���l "- - ���"  LTD.""" ' '    '"  936-7292  WILL remove car bodies from  your yard to the dump, $10.  Ph.   883-2691. 8525-22.  UNBELIEVABLE  But  True���  at    The    Times    Bookstore,  Sechelt���-See the. new. Olympic  Electric Adding Machine. Just  ROBERTS CREEK. White Avenue nice Iqt, clear,  ready for building, size 75'x42b'_ all serviced rrr_ some  view. F.P. $5700.  8524-22  $99,50. Limited number avail  able, Ph, 885-9654.  ���mrrr  ..,,,,,, ..,,I3EA^ES^  Box 769     '  SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTIWm 885-2241  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  uncoast  DAVIS BAY VIEW  NoQr. now  two bedroom  ranch, stylo, homo with  laundry room,,  Ocean vlow, South west slope Largo lot, some troos, handy location, Good valuo at 420,800 F,P,   Jack Anclorson  885-2053 or  - ���- - ��� .- - Slan-Andon.on-885.2385.-   -   A LI i  TYPMS   INSUR-ANCM"  'Gibsons, B,C,  Phono HIKI-aOOO  MULTIPLK   LISTING  -���SF.RVICE '   , ,.,      -in)on.22  PENDER HARBOUR  OARGAIN TOR QUICK,SALE: Moilorn.iSOO,.sq, ll, mnchor,.al{r,  ,���w|u|e|w Bji.iicwLDpublo.plumWDQfcJLMlLJi!fl%mMU9^^CI^  Inns  / cnttonos  forront  Income,  largo  worktihoh  with noavy  Inventory toolB,onnlnQV'PdrtB,  otc^vWli ON   12  IBGAUTIFUL  VIEW   ACRES   OVERLOOKING   WATF.R   AND   ISLANDS  Trill  Prlco !ji39,750 wllh vory roasonqblo lormi^ .. .  WATI'RPRONT: Ono la! loll on I'ranclt. Ponintiulo, ll'ti lovol, ond  hnn 100' nl prnrociod mfjoroqo   Lovoly vlow proporty,, 113,000'  WATERFRONTi Cltjrio In to Macjalra ParK���2 lol�����Ono l�� vory  .'Hirgo, 1007 on ni5��..lwach,an<|..dflpp.niourago,ll''P,flO,Oi��� Tho ollioi  hat,  about   60'   of   hwqch   and '2   ''hoacli   housos"s '1$ 13,000).  ^���WATCRriRONiXi^Boouiildlipropflrly^wllliJ  wo'lorlrbm on" Hn!'rnaln Harbour, 3 rooni cabin rio'iicli* llrilshlng, '  ..'..... .....;..., ,,..,...,:..,...:. ..*l,?.&0Q.op. ,.. ,,..,....   ROBERTS CREEK  Larpa trood lot on Lower Road, Excellent slope, all service., availablo, pdvod roads'; Mobilo homes pormlttod, vory good access to  boach, P.P.  15,950. Stan Anderson 085-2385 or Jack Anclorson  805-2053,  WILSON CREEK'  Ono bedroom homo'b'n'over" VS�� aero, Cloarod lot, Shrubs and fruit,  trees,  subdlvldablo proporly,  Slops to boach, Good  garden soil,  F,|\   $l5i'500i   Stan   Andorson   805.2385   or   Jack   Anderson  085-2053,   ACREAGE '   10 acros on pavod road and vlllago water supply, plus /|0x70  cement block, Hay barn 1.00. ton slorago aroa, Aluminum roof  -oloBO��to��hlohway��ancl��Glb��ona����$25fOOO^fR,*  GOWER POINT: Lots with 80' to  potential view, very desirable area,  services $5000 to $6000.  100'   frontage,  low  taxes,  all  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 3.0. lot subdivision. Prici  $���4/000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on 64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,000  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  vOn approx.   %  acre level   lot near Madeira  Park.   Has electric  heating,   fireplace,   storage   and   workshop.   Full   price   $21,000.  APPROX.~275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre". Deep, sheltered moorage.  Full price  $26,000, with $13,000 down..   tAeoeN-ROAD        ���������  4 very good building  lots.  Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots .  . .  $6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Two homes ��� One 3 B.R. one 2 B.R. on very large Jot, close to  marina and boat launching. Overlooking famous Lee Bay fishing  grounds. $36,00,0. with terms.  ^QRXH_ROAD' Good 2 bedroom home on 4.6 acres.  ���SELMA PARK-RETIREMENT  Moor now two bedroom homo close ,10,Socholt, Auto hoot C.F, Irood  |n| on loavo, Only f. 13,000 F,P, Jack Anderson 005-2053 or Stan  A'ndar5on"8'85'2385,       "     '  Pack,,, priced from *7,?00.QQ,  >\m, 7 cabin.},  \\  .WATiBriftOJtlU  Duc_> mooraao, Miivly Noc.iv.la'. rrwrnJ-,. , -  ���  ,-,  "cnmprrMrqltcr'^pnrrs-^l.h:"^^  owhrns   homo,   l��oab,   floatu,   workshop,   High   potential   with  ifemi'iidou* room for expansion, Should grov, V/1,000 on asklnn  , prlco oi $l.39.000,..GQod,t��fm>..���,��H��.���.m,:^w.ir^._,���  ,    ' ; .   .     JOCK HERMQN !   ,   Pondor, Marjjour .f^hono 083-2739   -CHARLES-ENGLISH LTD.  SECHELT VILLAGE  Two bodroom roll foment homoIn vMIqqo.Vory clean cottaoo with  'rshakoi*roofrW,Wr4;prpors;*"hot*'wafor^hcar*and*,vcn^  .llroplaso, Only ona block from boach, i.P,,$ 10,500. Jack Andornpn  '���������.��������� fl65��5!053 or Stan Andorwn 805-2385, -X   '  WEST SECHELT  Largo son vlow lot Approximately Vt, aero, Soulh wosl exposure,  lovol builrlino slip, Crook front, trood, rf��7.900- P.P. Jack Anclorson���  085-2053 or Stan Anclorson 005.2305,  Very attractive property, close to school. F.P. $21,000.  GIBSONS WATERFRONT: Sixty feet of prime waterfront with terrific view facing Salmon Rock. Nice 3  ^tirrorrriiomeTfeatw-re  in   front   room.  Granite  fireplace,   sliding  doors  to  wrap around sundeck.   V2 basement.  F.P.  $35,000.  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT: A real gem is  this landscaped acre with 145' of level beach front  qnd natural pond. Also lovely 3 bedroom home over-  ..^...^^^  anykind'of'"-  boat, Good fishing and swimmings Asking price  $52.0007                '   8;3-AGRES^..SBEND^  2000 ft. Good holding property, Full price $12,000.  DAVIS BAY: What a view from ;thls large lot overlooking the ocean, cleared,' roacly lo bu.lfd on,' F,P.  $5,500 cash.  4 BEDROOM HOME on view lot In Gibsons, full base-  ment,' all 'services,"auto oil "'heat: This won't last at  ,$11,500 cash,     , ,     ,   ,     ..,,���........      ...  "i    ���   '        '  WATERFRONT: In tho heart of, Gjjasons Commercial  area on Marino Drive, 50' with "tha usgol present   retaining wall for foundation, This has a future, yours  now for $11,000.  .- GARDE^j BAy LAKE" ���  Comfortable 2  B.R. house,  fully furnished on extra  large park-  like lot overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage. Priced  .    at $27,500.  3 BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  Approx.  4 acres with   150  ft.  waterfront.  On  Hwy.   101   near  Madeira Park. Full price $35,000 with $12,000 down.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very largo park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  waterfrontTlots  Francis Peninsula���80'���$10,000 cash.  Lot   19  75'���$15,500,     ,   ... ,       SARGEANT BAY  Hi qcro Irood1 vow��� My All Horylcod,  lioach. accoiii*y corner ml,  Soyornl .cholep bMlldln.Cl rIIob, F.P, $5500, S��� Anderson ,805-2385,  .(.^y^^jHAfitJ.^iHiK,  .,7_ldck Andorson 885.2053,  SECHELT INLET  i-ttfMf^watef f ront'tof istflfli h<r��rijo^pThl�� lo^t'^'flcrrl rrtl ��e^��oiy���  roadu, all norvlcos, f",P, $11,500, Sinn Andorwn 885-2385, Jock  Andorson 885-2053,  ,  ,   . 7   '   , i SARGEANT BAY   '       ,  ~Po<,rooi|on~Lo|*r^A--��holc<.-of���flvtt���!ot��~alUaro~ of  10,000 v\, ft,-Mobile? homo >onlnit or nummor'cabinn, 113950,  Some wllh iormn. Sinn Andorson 005.23115 or Jack Andorson   ���������*   r~~'nf}5*20S3;'," ���>��� ,.���^~-,|..,.   LANGDALE.SUBDIVISION: Where Ibe,action���|s|,  Drive1 around, no|o tho homos being built', There's  still s6mo view lots available; both sides of highway  for $350045000, Ask us'wlioro'thay are.'  SOAMES POINT: Superb vlow homo on Marino Drive,  ���rocQn"Jy���corriplQtcd1,.ye'ryial I racl lvely������,f Inlshocl,, Jias!���.  . two bedrooms,, F,P. $18,000. ,  MARTIN ROAD; Well kopl house In a closlrablo real-  donllai area;' Living-room 1'2'��16'7mwHh"flreplacer-  bright Kitchen, two boclroom**, Electv hOat;;,Carport  and workshop, $18,000 F.P, half cqsh mlpht work,  GOWER, POINT ROAD;, A few half acre lots In now  Tsp|?mvlsl9nr$3000-*F;P.J��������� ������'���-  WATER FRQ^XuGQ!^  "(5y 300' long, with old-timer .cabin on at Solma Park  loose landt F.P. $7500 caslr  LISTINGS^WANTED "  "! B1"  Lot us soil youlrVroporly, wo got results, our sales  exceeded one million dollars In 1971,  K,  A.,. Crosby  886-2098 -, J,   EI  White  886-2935  .-  .-..^._.....J,.,.VIr,Ror .805-2300  ,     , . J.^ ".'  '���RtlBY-lrAKE-MQTEt   . ' .������"-.-!  10 Motel units'(all electric)���8 with cooking facilities, office with  living  quarters  for  manager.   Approx.   800  ft.  on  small   lake,  ..appro*.* 200 ft. on Ruby Lake with floats and launching ramp,  Full price $85,000 with $25,000 down.  "garden bay  315 ft. waterfront, oyer 3 acres on 2 separate parcels. Very  ,���largo.homerT-6��(could,..be���10),���bedrooms-^an*excelient*start-for^���  a fishing lodge and rosort. Good beach, lots of floats, $70,000  full price, good terms. Or house 'can be purchased with 100 ft.  waterfront lot for $42,000.    ��� ���  ......... $14,700 FULL PRICE  Near~Madelra--.Park---4--BR~homo-on  furnqco, balcony on 2 sides, Jmmedlate possession,,  APPROX,  152~FT^AfERFR6NT-TEGMONX  Property In 2 lots, but, ownbr says soil togothor for $26,500 with  .$13,000 down.  FRA^Ts^piNINSULA  2 side by nlclo vlow lots of opproxr'1 Ms acres' oach, Only1 q fow  hundred fl. from Marina, Each priced at $10,000���Terms,  157 ACRfs^lTH~flMl3ER  D,L, 3678, with ia considerable amount of morchantdblo timber,  has approx. 550 ft, of wdtoi'front bri'Mlxal Lake, road & crook  through property and an old hquso which could bo robullt. Full   prlco $50,000 wljh $25,000 doyvn.^^   296 FTi^WATERFRONT  This la a rocky lot with ddop waiorfront, prlcad for"cjtildk salo'"of"   ,��� ~RUBYriAK��I   119 Ii. waiorfront wllh float   unci  furnished cottage.  Complete  with running1 water,  bathroom'and sorvlcod  wllh  hydro,   Full  prlco $21,000 wllh torrm,  PARKLIKE VIEW PROPERTY  Nearly 2 acron on Johnston Rd, located abovo Madeira Park Gov't  Wharf overlooking Condor Harbour, with spacious woll maintained  ���.^^^..^���,..���, ���.������^^^ h0mc. j^^g^ Ino* "(> 3 5j 000,00.*-"��� - ' ~���--���  .   SAKJNAW^"D\i?E *   "  13,6 ncron, nlcoly trood land with,approx. 350' Choice Walor-  front. Adklna $4p(000,00,  VIEW HOME ON  12 ACRES   Vyqll built parllally, furnished 1460 un,j{, 2 U,R, homo, wllh  bnfiomonl and lho boht ol ovorylhlnu. 1 lull bathrooms, flroplaco,  hot wnior hooting, dnublo car port and polio, Rovanua posslblll.'  Hon  Irom older  bulldlnav on proporly,   $3?,750  wllh  $15,000   1 :,^^MpB|LF,...HQME_SITEsX���������  L_  Soyofanoiravqllaljlo,��  Ollisslilll  REALTY LTD.  ,,      AAadolrci Park; B.C.. .    .���''  Phone Pender Harbour 803-2233'  ....*,.,  ��'  ...i,,., ..����.���.  M,^4,.^Ht# ����.�����.W^I�� ,* ^4M  qVjtM^WM��>H^^.7m*iM.MWBKn*w'^MM^wK��Al  "..'.".'J.'.lWI'fUlllil'tW.IMWWH'IIW  U^M  it',-'- -4?����  -P04UlENT-(���ont4-  FOR-SAL��-CConH*iuetH  M 0,R E   ABOUT...  HOUSES    for   Rent:     Water--  front, 3- bedroom home on 5  secluded    acres,   near    Secret  Cove.  $225  month.  Telephone  evenings,  Vancouver   988-9317.  8505-22  WANTED TO RENT  . - i.  WANTED���collage   near   Red  lOol'I's,   suit    4   people,   July  10 to .10. Ph.  112-59(i 89K0.  ._. . - 8741-22,  YEAR round residence in Gibsons for family of two small  children.   Phone  Les   in   Vancouver   873-1994. .   8071-22  CABIN in Gibsons-Sechelt  area, wanted for mother and  ,2 yr. old son. Modern plumbing etc. not necessary. Can afford small monthly rental. Ph.  886-2084. ' 8501-22  Tor sale    ~"*~~*  B   &   W    23"    Console   \T.V.  Reconditioned    $W)0: -Phone  886-7230. ��� 8097r22  WALK-IN     cooler  Jov     sale,  also     childrens     desk     and  chairs." Ph." 88^542.   or .886-.  7320. -���- 8103-22  FOR sale (Cntinurt)-   --*o*v*_-G99m**)        sTerisiohers lor Action  -~J.St���i^aG4^~9���r~*"  OVATION ' Balladior   (i   string  guitai-   wiih   case,   $350.   Ph.  ..81I-20H-1. ,        8530-22  SET   of -5   tires  Ph.   885-9535.  7.35x14,   $35.  8546-22  16 ft CLINKER lifeboat, needs  some work, $75. 5 h.p. Wisconsin motor with shaft and  prop, $25. Case Model S.C.  rubfcer tired farm tractor with  hydraulics, in good cond. $600.  Blade $100.. Cultivator $30.  1964 GMC half ton, heeds  work, will trade for small car,  lumber or offers. Phone 886-  2084. 8502-22  ATTRACTIVE  older _ piano  &  "~ "sTooT     "Antique";   torqtroise"  color.    Suitable    beginner    or  casual   player,  $225.  cash.   Ph.  885-2126, 8533-22*  ALDER   fireplace   wood,-   pickup  or  loads delivered.  Gibsons    Wildlife   Club    Auction,  April  29. ' 809*9-22 '  ELECTRIC   griddle,   deep  fryer,    coffee    pot,    iron,    pole  lafnp. records, life jackets, toilet  bowls, siitk  and  taps. Gibsons Wildlife Auction April 29.  v 8100,22  USED  T.V.'S  FOR SALE OR RENT  SUNSHINE .COAST  "T.V.  LTD.  ' Cowie  St.,   Sechelt       885-9816  8515-24  GARDEN    manure,    pick-ups,  Joacls  delivered,  space heater.     Gibsons     Wildlife   v Club  Auction   April   29.   -     8098-22  HOOVER vacuum cleaner.  Remington typewrite gentle  Dorset horn ram, electric  waffle gri!T7'"e"t��ctfie fire logs,  'some furnitur.e, hand lawn  mower, , barbeque, ladders &  "saws, books, odds and ends.  PJv   886-7285. 8526-22  ONE   wheel' trailer   for   sale.  Excellent  condition,7$75. Ph.  8H5-9735  8692-23  /  MacGREGOR PACIFIC MY  "  ' .      .        LTD.  Box 799,  Gibsons.   B.C.  ��� Van.   Direqt:  685-3133  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  LISTINGS WANTED  It makes sense to list with the Company that will .give  you the fullest coverage:  Offices in West Vancouver and Gibsons,  Toll free -line to Vancouver.  X  Full   coverage -in   both   local   and1  Vancouver  -*" papers.  Plus a competent friendly staff���ALL TO SERVE YOU BETTER!  -W,e,"'h'iavg'"ff"''WQlti'h|_j"'ilST'(3f Clients for YOUR'  Property!  DON'T D.ELAY���CALL TODAY!  EXTRA SPECIAL  Brand new three bedroom home, with wall-to-wall  carpet; 1 V2 baths; large kitchen; with beautiful wood  cabinets; built-in lazy susan; bread board etc. Lovely  view, in area of new home, on all service's: ONLY  $23,800 on terms.        '  ACREAGE���GIBSONS  8.21  acre already subdivided;  2 parcels, approximately 1/3 cleared in pasture. Fantastic buy for only  _$4^_0QO^ _7 _____   .     WATERFRONT LOT  Gibsons Bay, 33' waterfront, level to beach, all services, paved road, soon to be on village sewer. Good  investment: $7700.00.  BURNS ROAD  ^Building lot opproX:-.^5x-1^0;Hn qu'et residential area  CHESTERFIELD and chair.  Red Villas $70, coffee table  $30, tea wagon $65, piano  bench $2, sewing <���' machine  (electric) $10, Quebec couch  $7   Ph.   886-2773. 8102-22  IF    IT'S    suits���it's    Morgans.  8115-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  BRAND    new    baby    walker.  Thistle   baby    carriage.   Ph.  885-J9550. ' 8739-22  A CHILD'S attitude to learning is almost established by  the age of four and one half  years - say the Ladybird  books which specialize in preschool learning with mother.  The -complete series in_ stock  at Books & Stationery, Sechelt. Just 69c eaeh. Also the  Ladybird book of handwriting. Phone 885-9654.      8523-22  ROY   electric     stove,     30x28,  v    $100.  Ph.  885-9652-:���8543-33-  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons,  B.C.  23"    T.V,.  comb.,    22   :calibre  rifle,   1   Pentax  camera  - 12  .jralt bal1^i^���..Dlhei7iiQUseho.lcL  "articles.  Ph.  886-9960. 22  \ \ ���frpm  page. A-l ���  has  said   that   he   will   not   promise   any  more dollars! for'pensioners, said Alsbury  ..who���added, there are too many young  men living in ivory towers in Ottawa.  They were brought up in comfortable  circumstances and educated at the pub- x  lie expense, they do not understand the  plight of the pensioners. "We helped  educate these young men by paying  taxes all our lives. I don't believe that  senior citizens should have to pay for  education any more, they should be exempt", said Mr. Alsbury to resounding  applause.  Commenting on a remark made by an  MP that if pensioners get what they are  asking, it will take 25 per cent of the  national budget, Mr.. Alsbury wondered  why MP pensions are so large, ranging  from $4,000 to $13,000. This is not the -  way to divide up the product of the  country, if there is not enough to go  round then we should all tighten-our'  belts,  he said.  --FOWERFOt-VOieE��������� -     ��� v  Sechelt Brownies hold  Golden Hand ceremony  ADMIRAL 26   inch   console  color   TV, Spanish   style.   5  months  old. Asking  $500.  Ph.  886-9861. '8506-22   i   LEARN the A.B.C. of Gardening with books at News,  Books & Stationery, Sechelt.  In stock: A.B.C. of Roses;  Dahlias; Vegetables; Pests &  Diseases; Cloche Gardening;  Greenhouses; Good Soil. Also  Gardening in the West; Pacific  Bulb Gardener; Organic Gardening; Grow It and Cook It  and a host of others. All reasonable priced. Phone 885-  9654. .    '     * ' 8722-21  LIMA   shovel   model   34   GM  power  wide crawlers.  Good  cond.   Ph.   886^9607. 25  TENT   for   two" with   rubber  floor.   Good   condition,   $20.  Ph.   885-9883. ��    8510-22  LADIES'   10-speed   bike,   $50.  1955   Dodge   station   wagon.  886-2810. 8093-22  SAWMILL      complete      with  Planner   and   Edger,   $2500.  Phone       112-883-2770,      John  Bosch,  Egmont,  B.C.    8517-22  35   HP.   Evinrude,   excellent  condition,    $250.    9V2     inch  band   saw   $60.   Ph.   885-9724  eves. 8522-22  ELECTROLUX   Beb-Waitham   "GOOD gvade A second������ha��d~  < shingles, $4 bundle. 220  small apartment range, $30.  Duotherm oil space heater,  $30.  Ph.  885-2144. 8509-22  WANTED    SALAL WANTED '  If you are browned off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  885-9746  7563-52  Since we became' militant, pgople have  flocked to us we are no longer a forgotten minority. We- represent thirteen  per cent of the eligible voters which is  a strong voice as we vote more faithfully and in larger numbers than young  people, were some of the comments made  by Mr. Alsbury.   ���  Reference was also made to the sug-_.  gestion that s senior citizens open their  homes to convicts on parole. A convict  costs the government $10,000 per year  but the senior citizen will get $10 per.  day, to be chambermaid, cook and laundress to a criminal. If this is such a good  idea why aren't the young unemployed  people given  this fob.  Mr. Alsbury <urged senior citizens to  use thtiir vote to get, some* of the rights  in the Declaration of Human Rights. We  have worked hard to make this country  - properous and are entitled to a little dignity, said. Mr. Alsbury who referred to,  the plight of many senior citizens in  Vancouver whose pension is mostly takr  en up with room rental leaving them  very little for food. Some older' people  have been reduced to buying pet food for  APRIL   18th   meeting   of  the   Sechelt   1st  pack   Brownies   was   an   exciting   one  for the Brownies who will be old enough  for .guides next yea'r.  The mothers were invited to see 10,  of these girls receive their Golden Hand.  It was good' to see one father there  Mother being ill he took her place so  their two Brownie' daughters would have  one  parent   on hand.  Having ��� passed the Golden Bar test  there are 13 things a Brownie must do  before receiving her Golden Hand. One  of these is to know, the alphabet in  semaphore, be able to send and receive  simple words. ' Others are to find north  with a compass and know eight points,  -make lunch, know���^..ow -to���use���t-he���homer  stove, knit or crotchet, take part in a  game of ball, know safety rules, keep  clothing neatly, know how to use the  telephone properly, a bit about first-aid,  and understand and practise the rules of  courtesy.   ��  The   Brownies   solemnly   stepping   up  to   receive   their   "Golden   Hand"   were:  Sharon  Nelson,  Bonnie Janiewick,  Natan  Gibbons,  Mary  Connor, Natalie  Van  Eg-  jnqnd,  Louise Murphy, Sharon Hall, Bee-  . ky Goodwin, Margo Wilson. Diane Kelly.  Two other girls will get theirs this week.  Sandra Jorgensen   and  Anna  John,   Sandra  has  also won  her World  Friendship  ��� and singers badge.  Earning their service badges were,  "for crafts-; Sharon Nelson, Margo Wilson, Bonnie Janiewick, Housekeeper and  Toy makers, Pam Nestman; Writers Sharon Hall; collectors," Shiri Jorgensen,  Cooks,  Bonnie Janiewick.  The   tea   table   was   decorated  golden hands, the Brownies served the  tea and ciWee_. Tawny.- Owl Mrs. Pat  Nest manx'made' a chocolate'cake with a  golden  hand  on  top.  Commissioner Mrs. Harriots Newton  presented the Golden hands, escorted up  by   Brown   Owl   Mrs.   Paula  Gibbons.  Starting this Saturday, April 29th,  walch for these girls as they will be ab  your   door   selling   cookies." '  \  This is a $3 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes (over 9,GOO people)  ^jeactu-week. It's tbe-most-eeepiomieat-^w^r-te-  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this  ���\  area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt) 886-2121  (Gibsons)  ��...  with  their   own   consumption.  Membership in "Pensioners-fey Action  Now" is free, the organization manages  * on contributions received from those who   can. afford-to give, a, donation ���.,..,. ._._.  HQAMJACIEE  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  MURRAYS  STUDIO  OF  PAINTINGS  REOPENS  AT  SELMA  PARK  (Up Nestman  Rd.  1  block, left 1  block)  w  STUDlo  We   would   appreciate- a   phone   call   at  885-9662 around noon or 6 p.m. before  visiting.  Local Landscapes and B.C. Scenes  mmnmmim   liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiBM  on all services, paved. roaaVclose to safe beach. F.P.  $3500.00.  LIST TODAY THE MacGREGOR WAY  Lorrie Girard; 886-7244 or 886-7760 or   SHrleeHt3nxjwskyr-866^7��4-4:-or-886��.-2-353   Phone 885-9878  8299-tfn  SHOT    Gun,    fishing    tackle,  tent - pegs,   r6]">es   and   pins.  Rugs,   household    furnishings.  Ph.  886-9390.�� 8527-22  LTVESTOC1C  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early, send for  prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-  64th Ave., R.R. 7, Langley,  B.C.  534-6268. 7840-tfn  1st 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.  -pttonir92D=32St3r  ���.���vr-t'..-,  .1 .,..,. .   .I!.' ! I  f;��f:';,f7T  PUBLIC E  \>y  �������<  y-\  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  90 ACRES WATERFRONT - No. 2165  Unspoiled 90 acres of waterfront just 20 miles from Sechelt by boat,  No~rQadsj^no��pGl0hbQur6f"��5^troamsj^  Rare recrc6tlbn property,  $33,600 down, full price $120,000, Call'  Don Hadden. 885-9504 oves,'        <_'  PHONE:  Office 885:2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  iffl.if** j.W.*S^ tiwfiiwttisl l. .->.��|ir��w6l  GRANTHAMS No,3437  Remodelled���four bedroom  1 Vt  storey dwelling on now,  full,  high  basement auto, oil furnace, 220V wiring. All on 50' by  100' view  dot,   $16,500   full   price.   $11,000   down   paymont,   Callj.C,   R.  Gathercole 886-7015/  M*MF*toW��%w!iWBWKB  GRANTHAMS No, 2478  Great buy for, rotlromont, nlcoly.kcpt 2. bedroom cottago.on vlow lot,  lovol and landscaped, Call; Jack Warn 886-2681  ovos,  Remember; it Is the pursuit of happiness which we all  refer to as an inalienable right.   *     .. * .      *    ~Rursue.-yog-iifetimt^fcappinfiSS...In^ AIRPORT ROAD ���   - No.. 162455  *^'   .   Four bedroom homo foaturlng largo culinary aroa. Full comonl basa-  ....... n^iM-r Mr,   ._f\. mont with A/O furnace, Good wator supply, Hydro, phono and cablo  GOWER POINT  .^__ 'ai^i'hnif vision, Just shprt' walk to boach oroa, Big lot with gentle slopa ���iq-  Your choice of -four wopdod lots.with^low   o NanQlmo, A^05'^I| South, Only $19,600 full .prlco, Sonio terms Will bo considered! Call..:  acres with water laid on' for $5;250,0p. Call! Jack Warn 886-2681 B0tj Kon'ti,' ovofi 88'5.-9'461. '   '  ovos, " J .   .  77\CRE/NGE:y��/|TMlCpF-EK  No. 212498  SAND.tJ-|00|<1..WAX^I;ROblX,���m 7,,w17...,i,,wit,./^.��,.,.., (*>��� 2447  ,      ���,,,���  .,,,                        ,       ..,,,.���, f.i,    -cornr, ,,,1, ..���. 69.foot,of.walorf;ronl.ancl��clQjlohtfuli2,b'6clrp6m. Woll..Insulated,.&.ona  Opportunity to Irivost In n small holding. Only $12,500 full prlco. f      ,               basement, suKdock, concroto driveway, several Arbulus  Zonodrosldontla   'Two7 Over   800, eeto^ troos/Hydro, phono and piped water In,Just 5 mlfos from Secholt,  Inp 3 Blclos of this parcel, Wol   trood wllh non lo stroam. Close lo Pii|| nr|fij; tlV95o..Cflll. Don Hoc  Bcfiool, A good homasllo, excellent  soil,  Providing easy accqss to  black top'rood In West Socholt -aroa'? Calls Bob Kont'885.?461 oyos, "���^ B^y  "~~ No 2519  Full prlco $19,950,.Call! Don Haddon 885-9504 ovoh.  No, 172043  Extra largo, Ylow lot fqclng p,ayod highway and Davis Bay approxlm-  wSii hhLtr..n-n,i 0 iwlroom homo with lull bbflomont on lovol half     Q,o|y 70 (l ** 160 fl' Acl now boforo tho prlco Incrpaso expected next  .WQll.-can��1ructQd..7.bQclroomJ.amp^  mohlh    Now   onlv   $5 000 00'" cosh '"   ^i���"'-Cnin   Rni-.- KriiM-  aero lot situated on 2 roads, Could bo subdivided, Full prlco $18,500.     SrI"^ai     ��.     V   1,J'UW'UU   QQm  Financing-available. I'or details and appointment t�� Ylow. call .Don _��__i*J_}.J____ .rr==ri=   J;lBddfiru��|.WJiM-iiY,8Ij  prlco,' Call!   Bob 'Kent"  #��W^a^WwwilWi)i#)iMw>wafWii  GIBSONS.  No, 2010  oundock,  olpctrlc, Lovol ofl��  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Now'two' bodrocirnnomoSpacloufi* open beam plan,- Largo oundock,  ,��� Splendid���vIqw,..Quality built,...fully inBulatpcl, all o|pctrie, Lovol ;  Mroal parking. $22,000 odors, Call; C, R. Galhorcolo 886-7015,  SECRET COVE No. 2469  185' width ol property, olovalod nbavo ad|olnlna lot" and rood wltli   nimulatod,l9q.houRo.and.auoB|.qplilnuMva]o wharf In doop protected  ...bay, all fnrlJWOO, Call! Jack Warn 886-2681 oyos.  PENDER.HARDOUR VIEW LOT'      "      in ���     ;'   N0;,?6?6.!6 '  Noxt lo Junction ol 101 and Madolra Pork Road, Overlooks Lily Lake,  Jusl ti short launt to Gov't Wharl. and buslnoss o-roa, Roq��onablo   iarm��.on..full nrlw.pi $6,000,00. Wal��i>_ Hydro and phono avail-  alilo, Colli Bob Kent 085i.9461 ayo*.    ,   , .7"  ,7"   ,'  AGENCIES J,TD.  - Box 155, Sechelt - .-- ��..'���,- Phone��885-2235  Or Call Toll Froo from tho Greater VancouvcrArea  ���,   ZEnith 2012"  ,   ,   (E.&O.E.),  ,   You know who a drug pusher is,  don't you? He's a peddler of misery  and death... a destroyer "6f lives.  When a puster's &  on drugs, you're his slave for life.  hvt^w'-wi^*^.*** I  The more you're addicted  the more he'll profit. He isn't  in business for your health hut  for the money he can make from you.  So when he tries to push you on to  drugs, turn your hack on him.  Turn him in*  Don't become a mark for the pusher.,  The risks you take aren't worth the trip.  . ���..,,  Fwmorouifonimt^ i  S Govornmcnt of "Hdtlph Columbia ^  : Council on Drugfl, Alcohol, nnd Tolmcco, ���  ��  Fnrllnmonl; JJulldlnsfj, Victoria, "QritlfiU Oo1um1)tii  5 mtfttct.'aVoM'dritg(flnw,n  '"  Niira.p.  I i��(K*�����)*a^��-w^^(iewj��rt?Mtfpoi(A' m .y��  MfomZ  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  COUNCIL ON DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO  Hon, M, Drothert, Q.C,Mlnht��r of Edueatlon-ChoUman  ^RWtffMl^ll^qUtflq 1  I ^!^*^St*S.^W-W"SWl(l��"(��S.l��ft��  "">  nk(����������fMm��VMMVVWWWpn'MMWM��*M��'��������<m��MMW������MMMM  For your Dining and Dancing pleasure  '   ' '-#-',''       ���  ��� 7JL>  m^^wmmm. jB_mmtmi^^m^^m^m^^i_Hm-Mimm^���^���'���m-.W~___��� jm h��^_m��  e K^oviniPU  the ever popular Couniry Western' style  -SPECIftL"  Chinese  Smorgasbord  5s00 p.m, to^BsOO p.nii  Eyory Saturday and Sunday  PIZZA  Jforvccl In pining Room  .n^isv^��^j^f ������hvh_m>^'afii-A��^m^( w*-^-1^iM|����^^��^U^^,is.4-tiiww* "I"*- V^'&J   J**  smrmrwmnnnrmnn*****w>n^^  w��*4����  DINING-ll^A^Ms-to-IO-P^  CABARET 9.HPSMTto~:i !A^Mt  W��W��^ZT���^~^^^���SUWSHINE~  'VJr \*J} h����r       fJmm K-Jr  p    0  *SECHEpr  - p���|-iit|tm-..iinmfftt r[Hifirni'inrrfiiiiiirii  ' m.  * \     ' '  '    ' ��� ���  ,ounq.e  (i......  ^ffrvw^""^'-'" t�� hi"'.  mm  %  mimmmim4t^tf>m^mm  mmm^mmfm  If *  ��WiB��fW*��SSt<B^^  \ i      > ��� ��� r, ^. . ���   .  !S!|tti^l^.j8i<!i1!i1^!^.t[^^ '" ' -���..���,���...��� ���..., .,., p ��� ,-*._��_ . .��� ,������ .p.,. ��� ,���,-������..���*.,,���, v-  -  Around The Harbour  -by  Diana  Bomford���phond  LEARNING   disabilities  -\n   children   was  the    to^ic   dscussed    at    the    P.T.A.  meeting  held Tuesday evening, April  18,  in Madeira I^ark school.  Twenty-eight people were . in. attendance to hear Mr. Hart Doerkson elabpr-^  ate on Ibe -problem of "dys!exia", a  reading difficulty in which a child experiences visual confusion from similarly shaped letters such as "b" and "d"  or "h" and'"n" which causes the child  to transpose . leMers in reading such as  seeing the word 'pot" for "top". This  disability'can be seen to effect one child  out of every four, the frequency affecting boys more often than girls by a  ratio of four to one. It can seriously affect a child's ability lo learn. The child  can be helped but needs first of all to  have the problem recognized early and  then   individual   atenHon   to   correct   the  ���prob'em^ *������_  With -he large student-teacher ratio  of approximately 30:1 which we now  have at   Madeira  883-2440  \  The club would like Mo thank the members from. Gibsons and\ Sechelt for their  assistance and guidance and are looking  forward lo returning the visit soon. ^  The Fishing Derby for ..the May 21  week-end is bein_r planned: "Tickets "wil 1.  be $2.00; weigh ins will take place5 at  the Madeira Park government boat.  \  \  SENIOR  CITIZENS  Meeting of,ihe' Pender Harbour Senior Citizen Association, Branch 80 was  well attended M-onday, 18 of April Six  new members- joined bringing the present membersh p up to 72. Mr. Stevens,  representative of<=> the ti��tional Health  and Welfare, stood in for Mrs. Jean  Simpson who was ill. and gave an infor-  rrn'.ive detailed talk on the Pension  Plan.  The next meeting will be in the form  of a Whist Drive, to be held May 15,  7:30 p.m. in the legion hall. This meeting^  ,7,:A-77  ��,__  ���fas?-'  ���m  /  V  ���*��%&*>.  student-teacher  30:1 which we  Park school, and which  may be increased with the proposed cul  iit operating budget, the individual attention is not possible: so teachers are  attempting a programme to incorporate  parents into aiding "with detection of  the problem and supervision of these  children.  An Association has been formed of  interested persons and anyone in Pender  Harbour who would like to find out more  about this can contact Mrs. Kathryn  Ross  883-2523.  CHAMBER NEWS  Judge . C.v ���Mitllestea'dt conducted the  administration of ihe oath of office for  Len Larson, newly elected president of  the Pender Harbour Chamber of Com-.  merce at a dinner meeting Monday,  April 1,7 at the Garden Bay Hotel. Other  new executive members include vice-  president, secretary, Don Pye; treasurer,  Doug Turner.  ���k���Committees���-meludc ������pea4s^ M*pk���  Myers,, Rod Webb; fishing: Don Cameron, John West; tourism: ,Dan Bosch;  Richard Attwood; membership: Peter  Benjafield, Ernie Widman; signs: Art  Christian, Richard Attwood; pollution:  Lai* r ySpara,"Art Christian; publicity:  Jen Larson.  -Guest speaker at the meeting was  Mr. R. A. Crouter, manager of Southern  Operations District, Department of Fish-  ��rJ.?A.jy.l7ich_..is_.now apparently, called the_  Department of Environment, Fisheries  Service with a new' office at 1090 W.  Pender. Mr. E. S. Hol'lett, manager of the  Gulf of Georgia and Ray Kraft, Fisheries Officer in Pender Harbour were also  ~ai-lbe-B34ee4i.&g. ���  Mr. Crouter spoke on the propagation  of Chinook and Cohoe Salmon and stated  the department is planning on building  six more hatcheries and is attempting to  produce natural and serhi-n.atural ponds  as opposed tcr the completely artificial  propagation  in  hatcheries.  The Capilano Hatchery, being completed, Ihis year, Mr. Crouter said has  cost   $3   million.   One   third   oi   'his   cost,  is open to the public.  COMMUNITY  CLUB  Community Club reports a good turn  out at the last show "Five"Weeks in a  Balloon", April 15 with about 100 students and 10 adults in attendance.  The community club would like to  explain that they have a limited choice  of films from the film distributors for  the time being, however, reservations  are beir_. made in advance-and it is  heped the selections will improve by the  fall".  April 29, 8 p.m. the next show "Char-  ro" staring Elvis Presley will be presented.  May 13.. a 20th Century Fox presentation, "Our Man Flint" starring James  Colburn, Lee Jay Cobb and Gila .Golan  will be shown.  For the time being, a cinemlascope  lens .is being rented from the film distri-,  butors to ensure a good  movie.  SPRING   BAZAAR  The Annual Spring Bazaar, sponsored  Jay-the Community Club will bo- hold May..  6. There will be a raffle of (1) stainless  steel cutlery set (2) lamp (3) liquid refreshment; a fishpond will be an amusing  enteretinment for children; and a cake  walk, which I am told is similar to  musical chairs. Refreshments will be  served.  Donations to any of the booths: white  elephant, baking, sewing, plant or flowers will be appreciated. Contact Muriel  Cameron J.83-2609,  '_, ���_. _...'.   SCHOOL NEWS . 7 v ..  A questionnaire will be going out  soon to parents of elementary and secondary school students to survey opinion  on the present school system here.   HonT  Drama  Group  Off to compete in Powell River's  Drama Festival on April 29th, Pender Harbour Secondary School's  Drama ("roup performed the play  '���Chamber Music" at' last ^Friday's  concert With no efficient sound reproduction systerriT-fe-dra^  lo��t to the audience which is a pity  because the students are obviously  very good. From left are: Rosemary  Malcolm. Susan Sandford, Carol Nelson, Janice Cummings, Susan Mc-  Crindle, Kva Dubois, Valerie Reid  and Audrey Prescesky.  MARINA  RESORT  P.O.  Box  160  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Funnies  Humorous, interlude  that had  children and adults alike in stitches- were  the models, some of whom were real-.  ly "lit up" at the Variety Night fashion-show. Thinking- they -were going  By Diana Bomford . . ..  to remain anonymous are Merle  Hately, William Cross and Beatrice  Fair, and what they did with everything except the kitchen sink had to  -be-seen--to be believed.  -���  BAIT - ICE - TACKLE  JNYGRINMiE'L^  GIBSONS  lerctir,  fr  Sales and Service  MECHANICS  SPECIAL  43.7 HP  ROYAL SCOTT  OUTBOARD  S-IS-rr-r^TTz:  Isabel  went    towards  purpose  of  this  control.   Chief  is   propagation  pollution  hatchery  of  Chinook, Cohoe and  Stcclhead.  r>0,f)00 tons of herring was harvested  for roe last year bringing complaints  from Powell River and Pender Harbour.  The Fisheries Service explain that the  utilization of present stock is an economical   venture   which   has   not   drastically  Dawson   visited   MaHeTra-"  Park school Friday a.m. looking over the  special   class   situation.   It   is   hoped   the  teacherage   ml-ight   be. made    be   made  available as a classroom for four children,  who are in need of special teaching.  Mrs.  Dawson showed a keen interest  in the grade six tapestry centennial project of last year and was pleased during  her  visit  Friday  to  see  the^ final resulV  .whfeb is in'Mrs, Sflvey^li-^omT7���: 7  Adults and students unite  SUNSHINE  COAST LIBERAL ASSOCIATION  for Pender Easter Concert  THREE selections by the accomplished  Pender Harbour Band under the direction of Mrs. Florence Precesky, started  the April concert off on a gay note Friday evening at Pender Harbour second-  ���"���''-I.      .���������..       ,d���     v,w       .im&_  cnanged mo spawning picture. Figures  for Pender Harbour show last year's  spawn count was. 10,000 us compared  to this year's at 8,600.  Mr,   Crouter, staled   their   is   yet   no  cuu.ses loss of much fishing equipment  ancl is the chief predator of herring,  75,000 Ions can be harvested a year without any significant effect on their numbers, Canadians haven't yot developed  u Klzoable uppotllc (or these , "Pacific  Shark'   ancl   trunsportulion   is   not.   occin-  "������"omlcnlly���fo'ti'Slblo���ro   tnififsrcir���tlfom���'to~  .countries such as Britain where thoy aro  .tuiocl   for., Huh. and   chlpa   or   Germany'  where   tho  belly-flaps   arc   smoked   and  wold   In  Gorman  beer gardens,   A   (mention   was   nuked   i\.    lo   why  ihero hau boon no liconso nt. yot require,!  ^HL.I?^.,.Mc''\!7'lt'hlng,  Mr. Croulorif ra-  ' poFle'cT IHifWlii "baliifi-dlHci.NHCd bill ll In  "uivclocl'dod ybto'whh't type ol' 'license-' It  Hhould    bo    lo,    nport    flH'iornum,    bout  Ill'OllHO,  "lUIOliHO,  Other  'tod'" tho  Chamber  WIIH   tho  cruising    purmll    or    pornonul  T.O.P.S. CLUB  Pender Harbour T.O.P.S. club has  been formed and meets every Monday,  8 pm. at the "Club House' in Garden  Bay. Fifteen members joined the first  meeting, April 10, at which elections  were held, Four new members joined  April 17 bringing the membership up to  -w-net-cci-h After the weigh-iil, Jrrrnr"fteird~  took home the basket of fruit and club  president, Margaret Porter look home  ihe piggy.  Everyone   is   enjoying   the   meetings  ^nd-~nQ-w-5-mombGi>a-~ar-e���welcomed-���T-he-  oiily   prerequisite   is   that   you" must   bo  sincere   about   losing   twenty   pounds   or  more. F^iv more Information phone Mrs..  Murguret   Porter   883-2733,  RESCUE CALL  Search and Rescue Call was received  by R.C.M.P. Saturday at  5:30 a,m,  from  reported being grounded ��� in Anderson  Buy at the top of Texada .Island,. Tho  'Nanaimo Tilllcum", tugboat owned and  operntecl hy local resident Captain Dill  Thompson Mood by and waited for high  lido then pulled tho vessel off, with no  apparent damage,  library:  '���.7". 7."", " ,7:        .  LHirury   Club   would   llko  to  express  their, Nlncoro  nympuiby   to   family   and  W?  schp^l.     ���r...     ,w      ,fr     p., .  ^^  TlTeTadies chorus did-a line rendition  of Oom Pah Pah, Consider Yourself, and  All  I  Want  Is  a  Room  Somewhere.  Miss Marilyn McKee conducted the  elementary School Choir who sang very  enthusiastically "Put Your Hand in the  Hand", "It's a Small World" and "I'd  Like to Teach the World to,,Sing".  Luke and Andy Peters brought scouts  from the auduience with their selection  done on the electric guitar and a beautiful set of,drums,:,      ,,   -,  Four Filipino- dancers entertained with  a pretty folk dance "Alegrito" and later  -a���dtmccrr-CFll^^  performed with two bamboo sticks being  clapped under the dancers' feet, was done  by Cila Hanson and Tina Ludovica, Romy  Talenlo and his wife'Lotty sfxhg beautifully together in two duels, O'rbita de  los Santos danced "Jotabul", a festival  dnncb, A hat fashion show kept, ovory-  ..one-"in-stitches���when-Hhe-chic- models'-  appeared stuningly draped in household  articles.  Refreshments woro sorved at intermission, Over 300 children and adults  woro In utlondoneo,  Master of coromonlos, Al Lloyd introduced lho Indies chorus, tq start pff tlie  second..h'alf,..of. tho show, Hinging Yellow  Bird and Jamaica Pnro'woll, Doirdro  Murphy, brought tho house down wllh  her ulour voice singing "Snowbird, Willi-  thur Kopit was a very, humorous satire  of a women's ward in an insane asylum,  directed by Mrs. Margaret Thompson.  There was sound difficulties but the high  school, students, played  their parts well. .,  __.w;pi'ofm *m*t>vm ^m^ver^Qm^m^  by the band and $50 from tne canteen  by the Grad class.  Ladies chorus- which made two appearances included: Maureen McKenzie,  Margaret Johnston, Margaret Thompson,  Marilyn McKee, Doreen Lee, Eileen Alexander, Joan Rae, Jean Sladey, Florence  Precesky. Caryl Cameron was piano ac-  companiest,  'Wi  mi  TUESDAY, MAY 2nd, 7:30 p.m.  e home of Mrs. J. H. McLean,-VVilson Creek  ���-^ -������(8S5-9426) ���^ >  Discussion.on Sechelt delegates to attend Annual B.C. Liberal Association Conference at  Penticton.  OLD AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME  rf-T"  yf^��^^^|^y|^^^^WTwW���^*����'t*.ll*wr^'^*J'��^^'l^^  business al lho moollng rc-i-surd-  propottecl "medical clink,, Tho  of Coniinorco, which I am told  ni,nl'-lnR,llKnt()f"or-.'KoUlnB"lho  clinic, has hocui assured by Iho Hon, lnu-  hol Dawson ihoy will ho kept Informed  when any futuru- inonlliigH will be hold  iu i'i..(iu'.l/i to lho clinic.  - A I'oqiionl hi BiC, Tolcphono I Iml  *the-l,lgin()iiKtc)~PcMlf~Mcilloii,"i\ron'"ho,**llT  {ihuhnl In lho loll I'rou calling aroa w��h  i'oI'uhihI bccatiHO lho compivny I'ooIh tlini'o  Jh not yni, Hiil'l'lcloiu MHo.ofprpHeiil equip-  OU'iil Iu warranl the ntiutmrnir.v. hiHlal-  iJUI'oiiW how uqulpmoni*To 'miiko loll (vw  calllni. poMHlblc,  OROWNIES.,   ���..������Si)|eiiajiiul, SuMaiu,Kainii}urJy^w��i'u.un-,..,  rollod un MrownlcH Tuotulay, April IH at  tho regular inuotliin' of lho Poiidor liar.'  hour  Uruwnhm.  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TiH'mluy, on  u   nature  .���WHllLltu_li)ol{wfur-��Rlij,niw()l'��_iiprln|i.��.aiul~  COJIocl'ctl .i,()clvH...i(��_.j)uliiih.. ajul jmlu.j ~\i\w^  ""'<i��'f "lliiill'" lii��iidl<;niri>*r'"li,i"i;'" T>U ��<"��*'*' 1 uu'i ill-"  ^nil'lti ili(< ijlrlti hit In iiocd of old hO'iivy  Wool and f��)ll  i..tii|).i, oven old i^vcalrrn,  ll'   tlli'   wool   In . ih it.  malli'd   nnd   cnli'lin  ^^^^wm^nntnTOiTiniTnippr^  ifVrhnp^'-if~yn\rlinYC"nnyu"y.iu"*ni1r,1ht"r,lYn-  it to Ihn  BnnvnU'i'i  svhmi  Ihoy aro out  cohviimmIhh wllh their cooklcis,  KOd away Sunday In St, Mary.n Hospital,    Joanne ���       ���  )��     al     Iho     rocont     LIoiih  l "M'/W  I10D nnd QUN  P   ,'i-> Tho   Trap   Shoot, upoiiHoiml   by   lho  Hod nnd Gun Club April 1(1 with olnhl  (llffoiDhl ii\wo\n Inkl'iiK placo wi_h( a mic-  7   .i'OHH, A, niiiu Hlztid cjrowd lurhod (Vol,  'i" >��� noma*'comlnu'tram'JfljlJftoiw uiul SB6lioU,v��"yltutUw Mi  Mrn,   Wulporl's  cheerful  dlHpcmllion   nnd  ojpporlonco as a volunteer worker wan In-  valuablci to thu library club,. ,   Ponder Harbour rosldontH will u'luo  iiiImh Mi'H, Gordon Balloy who died tuid-  ���IV'l'i* MwlW..��,��),. In. S|, Mmy'H, Honpl-  lal, Wo mind our nyinpathion lo tho  family,  ltulullvtiH    of    Mrs,    Mario    Wulpiirl  ���would -IlKo-io   unuik   all --tholr   mnny  I'i'IoikIh In ,llui. arun , foi; tholr aiitilrttancu  and (.oiihldori'iiion durliiK Iho pa��t wook.  rondor llitrbbur Llonf would llko' To  thank Hill Howorol'i I'or hln part in tho  miollonboi'li)  Auction,  ��� zs-A'NNivEnsA'nY"���"���"���-������- --^  ��� ��� ��� l'tontlor-UorlKJur Credit Union h��ld  lid'"["tli Annlvormu'y dinner mooting al  lho Garden Way Hum I Friday wllh about  ���11  pooplo in iilloiulanoo.  CIuqhI' Hponkor wiih' Rliuv���Rlonloi'' Trom  -iira-n;c:"Coitnin ci'odir;uhUm"iu~"Vun:'  I'ouyor, Mr, Htonlor pnwmlod Hie Ponder  Harbour Ci-mlll   Union    with  a  sn-ymti-  MUvur    pllU|UO,  "!~Fi*iT| lv*~"( i rniToi7*!   \miT"7��"l o(To(l'*���to   i'i ul  "���11<jhVrl--bf"I)1riji'loi'KV"l��'KK|'X  oloutod Tor auulhor lorm im I'hiilriiian of  lho board, Wilt JlnrpiM', Joliu li(i|;iiu and  lUni )\v\\\) mi' tin; iitlHjr llii'iiii now! dii'oo-  ^tyri*^~Cou^d��tiMH~4hu~W��i'Al����-ttml-"Ai'KtV''  ^Ji;1 >!'JlUlu-M.��"JvJ^b,.vi'fl���*MHL J oJm��.U) vii'L  ' I wo now nu'inlKM'H Woro oloi'lod lo  Iho   Crpdli   Commlltoo   In   uluu'm.   of  I^J^lJjyOilAljytti^  ���ay,   lilrlo   Antllln   and   Mark   Myorh  (ohalrnian)   compluto  tlui wftin'mlttoo,.... ..  A  now  Moel'otai'y-trdaHuroi'  from  No-  nm Oi-odll  Ilnloi,, Mrn, Miii'lol Vlnblad  , will.'T.o HlArllnit hor MW.  onl while Evans  In tho inyntloa!  Tho auditorium wa�� h  Hermon loci, her /{roup  c'nIlsth'onlu'H' of'Ybfia',    "  Frank   Roohou   roidly    had   ovoryono  ����owli"K , whon, ailor    doltw   "Jalus Ihu  Pom    with his Ihi'oo Ions, lie hobbled lo  bin  neat  on  one   lo^   ,,  and ..oi'LUoJioh, \V(j   Frank, A play "Chamber MuhIu" by Ar-  MARINE PAINT  FIBREGLASS  NYGREN SALES  .���..���.,..... GIBSONS���.- ���  l*"WM����MW����MMM���^"~'*"r-1-^riiniiiiroiniMi.  TOTEM  BINGO  Tom Ktiller;  Mi^y I, ro-  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p;m7  INDIAN HALL  Instant hot wator for abowors  .,, Q|iavlnn,,, laundry,,, cloanlna  .,. woohlnd dlshos - It's what  you expect ond what you"not  from a CASCADE*oloctrio wntor  hootor, Whon you chooao CAS-  CADt; you know you'll havo a  dopondablo oupply nil dny, ovory  day - all lho hot H,0 your lamlly  nooda,  Why? Bocauoo CASCADE haa  boon doalnnod nnd built to moot  tho holty hot wator domanda ol  -tho moporn household.���-  Tho pranoo CASCA6e aymbo?  a your aaauronco that tho wator  hoatorjiaa boon approved lot.  eafoty and porformnnoo by  tho ;.Cflnadlan Standarda Aa-  apclatlon,  That ton-yonr nuarantoo on tho'  >m_ !flnk [ponna dopondablo aorvlco.  1M K? ?toPtt Ronulroa no vontlnn,  ���'���� Ellmlnatoa luol dollvory' prob-  loma,  Cliooao CASCADE. Soo your  appiinnco or hoatioQ .c|palor,.and���  , JPiflboHtPiOii^ydro, Inanolna...-.:  !.vr*i>,!_."���_ ���  B.C. HYDRO  ���1,|^.  *-q^ado,-tlco(Entorprt8o, Qonornl HwWc^Q^(w,niom  T  Jackpot $300  .$75,. TO GO   '  m��v9mvfsttmn^tStxisX'*^'Z_"id^  ROBILLIARD ELECTRIC  ELECTRIC HEATING OUR SPECIALTY  (Vloiiiuiiil.Stiootr  Socl^olt.   B.C. -  ..-in ��� 'i ,'      i'       '      i .    i     .  T        ,���(,        ,  i**1*! f4.it     * !��^(����  Phono 885-2131  I'm i inn ij ),,i.��,ii��niiii��i, ) ���iiin-��Mmimni<niiifia-|iiWiM����iii  ���m,m<i,i  'ii\mi"fM'  II I.I       4  .Ul,  .*'��.��  JL  IttHWWM***^.'*-*  ���,? * >* \t  t *>*** *������<.   *\ * *' * *'*�� f' ����� *  *��� f * *��� *- ^ ^ <* * * * <i * , * 4 ���*������-> t>* * '* * * *�� jv   ' *"*fl J' '*M* *'  h ���*'."*' 's V  1 i -  ��� i,,4 *,\.*t�� / " ' ���, ', ' '*. * ,y  ''.      ,���'')'���'���      '       ..'���'���  ,M.     ,##<'*.��)' ��    *   .     t  1   > >    (.    *    I  *       I    .v    f.       n r,   *!    -j  7 "*i ' *  *.  ,    /       \ v*-  \  v  Wednesday, April 26, 197*2 They Penjnsulg Tiiyies Page A-7  A unique carof-r which Korean younf.  <i\nr.      in - IIRC-spfin.4Jrirp.ri. Homes 00.  a��-  **.-,.  "mount-maker"   mount!?   the   silk   paper-  nrVparrhmpnt   nn -whirh   a   scroll   is!   rle-  Auto Parts, expands  ,'iiQose   to   enter   is   "mount-making".   A     signed,  onto  brocade or -precious  paper.  Official "House Warming"  ���    <      ���  reflects faith in district  Pipe Dream  Proving that Lionel McCuaig's entry into the business world was .no  4&JB&QU*fiam,.i,s,l this. cojn.pli.ea4ed-lGe.te  ing array of exhaust pipes, just part  of the vast stock at Sunshine Auto  Parts new store in Sechelt which is  celebrating completion of its move  to larger-quarters this week.  Madeira Park  xij^EDiiAn:iNa_.it^j4i-nt:i.al :.:.!,!���.>w__. ..\\:.ll':!.il_-  in..." *��� this wftok in "Ireinendnusly ex-  paiuled new quarters in the funnej- Shop  Easy- Store on Cowrie Street in Sechelt,  Sunshine Auto Parts Ltd. has fully justi-  l'ied the faith which owner Lionel Mc-  Cuaig plaVed in its future just two years  ago.  It was in May, 1970 that, Mr. Mc-  Cuaig assisted by his wife Caule'en went,  into business".for himself and opened an  automotive and industrial parts store,  just across from the Post Office in Sechelt. His progress was not just coincidental with the growth of the .area, he has  worked hard to operate as speedily and  efficiently as possible in order to_ su_p__  ply his customers' needs.  Sunshine Auto Parts Ltd. can now  proudly say that it is the largest automotive, industrial and marine supplier on  the Sunshine Cdast. With its expansion  it can offer even better service with a  greatly expanded line of merchandise  plus the additional staff which Mr. Mc^,  Cuaig has been able to employ. _  Assisting the owner are Mr. Dave  Patej'son and latest member of the staff  Mr. Stan Cottrell. The new lines include  Black and Decker and Valvoline products.  Besides operating in Sechelt, Sunshine  Auto Parts Ltd. supplies marinas and  service stations on the Sunshine Coast  and also services logging camps.  Time is money in all businesses and  especially so when men and machines  are idled waiting for parts and this is  wh.e.re Mr. McCualg tries to guarantee  24 hour service on parts, which are not  amongst his already very large inventory  _____ ���___.,__;ll l7 the-.-ii,l ,i^n   l!-.ri7. is expected tn  i-raiTi   $?'lX)0"I       '"            * 7  Thi' sides area nt lhe spacious store  is brightly decorated with black and yel  low chpquVred ttics, and the black and  yellow- wall, panels are well stocked with  displays. The Warehouse is stocked from  ceiling to floor making it hard tb believe  that \hefe is any part which cannot be  found right here in  Sechelt.  Cancer facts  FEW of us go through life without having cancer cross  our  paths along  the  ��way. t ,v      .    Cancer   stands  second. on_ the  list   of  causes of death in Canada, so it is a rare  family Without a member who has had it.  Nevertheless, let us put cancer in its  pi'oper  place.  It is just one of the many diseases  that disable and kill. Although cancer  strikes at all ages, it is comparatively  rare  in  young  people.  A look at the present incidence of  cancer in Canada will indicate that it  becomes a more serious health hazard  as we grow older.  There are 2,0 cancer patients in every  100,000 persons under 25 years of age  and 150 between the ages of 25 and 39.  Between 40 and 54 years of age, there  are 350 patients, 850 between 55 and 69  years, and 1900 over 70.  ((Pamphlets and information about  cancer can be obtained by writing to:  B.C. and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer Society, 896 West Eighth Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C.)  PIONEER  Chain Saws  "Sales���- Service & Accessories  .,.. Axes and Handles, Wedges  and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS,  885-2812  Box 636   -        ��� . .. Stechelt, B.C.  -���by Erin Hudson  EVERYONE is anxiously awaiting Friday  when report cards will be given out.  Baseball teams have been picked and  the boys' team will play Sechelt this  week, The Senior Choir, is practising_th.ei,f  'songs in preparation Tor"' Variety" Nigiit"  where they will be singing on Friday,  April 21st.  We  have  had  some  high  school  stu-  -deuts helping tiTe~secTetary ' type out7 the  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  OF THE GIBSONS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD  SUNDAY,  APRIL 30th,   1972  7:3'0'~p'.m7'in~*the  GIBSONS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HALL  report cards. Team.3 is still in the lead  as far as house games go and .the .(Grade  Seven's have picked teams for P.E. and  all four, are fighting  for. the .-lead.    .  Miss Bee's Card and -Gift Shop .will  have a 'White Elephant' table on Fridays  and Saturdays. Good bargains available.  Wharf -Road, Sechelt.. .7 77;..,'.     ..,7,7.77  BUSINESS:  (1) Election of Officers.  (2) Constitution and Bylaws will be presented.  JDaes��jar.e-ovailabJe_a.t...Don's Sboe^tOJ^T-Howe-^e  Mrs.   Nancy Douglas.  ,.,.    , YOUR FULL SUPPORT-IS URGENTLY-NEEDED  l-9T-��F--#ei  NEW TRANSCONTINENTAL FARE IS LESS THAN EVER  All Airline ReserVations, Tickets, Tours an (J Cruises, Fly Now���Pay Later  ^ " ^ 1        FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  ^&Jju_ " Contact Your Local Travel Agent at    ��� &&  "7*Jfr /"/MiTimr'i.ii-ii      ^AMt-pimp?- _.fSiV  ^      CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  r$  Trpil Bay Plasty Sechelt or Phone 885-2339  if you think you can't  afford a home...  new westwood suburban homes  may change your mind  Westwood Homes "Suburban Series" were designed to beat inflation and give you more for your building dollar. Skillful floor  planning cuts out waste and duplication. Built by the component  ���system, these homes save you time and money, yet provide  ample privacy, space for entertainment and room for future  expansion. Get the facts today. Most families can finance a  Westwood home at a price comparable with rent.  new low cost suburban homes  "The Shannon", shown above, is one of 17 ;. Westwood Suburban  homes designed to bring home ownership within the reach of  . -^\   -.  the average family. It has a floor area of: 1240 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms  and a ground floor reserved for future, expansion. See us today*  We can put you in your own Westwood home this spring.  FINANCING  AVAILABLE  You can have a Westwood home  built, or you can build it yourself  to any stage of completion. Either  way, you can finan^  versatile mortgage program^ Funds  available for any area.  WSnUMO KMIES  SU1NKSOAST-ESTATI  Box 769, Sechelt Phone 885-2241  FROESE  BROS.  CONSTRUCTION  R.R.71, Gibsons Phone 886-2417  . ~ _    _r    ~ * *  j��;��J��1\A   ti  -.L  .ytiV)   fro <>rr<or" '*>fl  TO^AR^ Islfc  n.J     . iw.  nln'     -I''1  m  *>H V' H rirt(Ht(w#��^��#*����!W ��*. I  * 1 \<  *^-r  "^TV*  mVl*   ty*"     fm  v.  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S,  Lionel  immm  ���JWrV'lwli  'W'i  ,,... 7^m^f.y:s"} 'y*',  >,rf��?s��y.5  vCbme: in  OUR STOCK IS  AS CLOSE AS  =Y01fl  TELEPHONE  tHiVV,  lismm.  \4,h  __f>yn  I 'UiWw  tjtipy  rffr  Ml.   "   '  W^7'W$l^\B  ;^SP^���  *  M  m  rtV-P1  *riiv..iwim.avi  ''��f' ���i'flU'f'f 1  ��W((,|),],nTrU|nll��.  1    iWW^tt*  i_l_r  �����1   I  m\  rf1"**    i  i'M  is.-j  ���I."  llillBWSllP:7Sii*.7'^^  ^1  ^j^^fflTOiiiBwf��imi��*Wwwyf ���na��Mh*i'.  *   30,000 PARTS   *  ^  JCJK JPX MfW,  1              �� rti �� *        '  '"    "I   '    ��� ��,������.,,,-.;..��.. ...)f,,...  ASSOCIATE  T^>*" t) f'^ ��'*'*'v'^'^Hr^'^���.*rt'&~^  1 1      "' ^i'__'2_>__..... lV;"pk   7  nAi<n . p J 1  ��� , ,^.|,i< ft  _ -.   _._.. u,,.., __.m ____�� m_m __,_�� ��� ��� ��� ��� __t Mil 1 ��� 11 ���"'' f ��"** t��^* i n���m*'**k[*#��ii**iA Wiiwm*  .\ ___   A ilMBA __~\\ it,   f Mh  A n MNk. MM dfiki        \__  , MMMMk   '7 ii  -( {. t   t* i>."*At  .'...       _ *   .,.. n        I ,...}   .t. . .   Lli,l.\ .. . . .      llt-i  .        I J I  T.n  -*t.��p���iwrtWi*^i��=i��iuwmMV^ MwweuHiWfrKWB  Cowrio St.,  Sochelt;, B.C/  Phono 886-2296-7  i,.��,  Across r/Sto Sfruo"t from "Socfietlt Shell    '    . ,     ',        IV        "V  .7   ,  rr  "'���' ("  I1, fl   | .      |H��-t��,  j.   ^ 4^4*w��| w.ifmw<*H*t��  WW1|W*^I!��WM^  V  ^ifrmm  H&mtfmmm  (B^l^iyW^wjiiiill^W^^  Wl^ WWMiipiWBffllWLWNm-*!-^^  il|.  ' i 'i    i ,      ���  r!   " **���"'     t.  i   .   ..    t  "  ^Stfcifiif'f'**"^f'^,*M* V  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times .Wednesday, April 26, 1972   X-4_} , . 1 ; ^_  1  \  THEY think you Want white toilet  sdatsA x  "1     WE think we need- improved  x ferry  service. x  -    Let me know what YOU think.  SUPPORT DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY  CANDIDATE  ! \ 7   ' '  For information  call  886-7118 or 486-7493  My back yard  Attentive  -by  Bill   Bryson  AERO   CLUB   ANYONE?  DREAMS, a want, a spark' kept alive and  a common . interest���that's what it  ftook to re-activate the Elphinstone Aero  Club. Disbanded and almost non-existent  ior almost five years, the Aero Club is  now jnaking progress towards becoming  a. contributing  member  to  the  Sunshine  .Coast.  _'  . In response to advertisements placed  in March, kindred souls rented the Wil-  jsbn Creek Community Hall and held a  general meeting for the purpose of bring-  ..ang. .together all, those  people ��� that  werp  of mutual trust and respect.  Whilst there are many administrative  problems to be ironed out, it was agreed  that volunteer work parties would descend upon the old club house with paint  pots, floor mops, hammer and nails and  try   to  refurbish   that   which   was   theirs.  Well several weekends have come and  gone, the old weather-beaten clubhouse,  .all but hidden from view by young Elders  and rubbish,' is slowly emerging back  into the sunlight. It t,ook work���lots of  it, from many hands, but with much gay  banter,     tomfoolery     and���refreshments;  Listening attentively to Mr. Tom Alsbury, many other senior citizens  later joined those pictured here at  last week's meeting held in Sechelt.  ^uotmg~~fTorfr" a ; recent  speech   by  worked a life-time to help make this  country prosperous and are at least  entitled to dignity in Hheir later  years. In the past senior citizens  have   suffered  in  silence   'but now  Charlotte Witton,  Mr.  Alsbury  said    many are joining forces to help those  "Let's get off this youth kick and on    in need,  to the age kick". Senior citizens have  Interested in the formation of an Aero  jfclub. The staled purpose of the meeting  was to meet the needs of that segment  ;of our population wanting to express  .their interest through flying and social  activities. Non-flying types���ladies too������  swere cordially invited to attend. A wide  ftrocational cross section of the area was  ���represented in the 26 registrants that evening.  Long   considered jby   many,   that   the  Gibsons-Sechelt airport is a 'white ele-  bhant', it is surprising to find the number" of residents on, the Peninsula that  are, or were flying types, and concerned  about the future of.the airport. Recognizing the tremendous potential asset to the  "bless the gaJs, drudgery became fun. A1-"  though there is much  to  be done, order  is  now emerging from  chaos. A plan of  systejnatic progress is next.  The first of all future meetings was  held in the Elphinstone Aero Club House  Wed., Apr. 19. With a wood stove pouring  out heat, tea kettles whistling7gas lamp  sizzling and sputtering candle on-the-floor,  18 members gathered, 'bringing chairs,  sofas, coffee and cups to hear chairman  .Harold Esterbrook open the meeting. The  runway markers which are almost indis-  tinguisable from, the ground and almost  invisible from the air. Paint of international orange will be solicited from the  Gibsons-Sechelt Municipal Airport Committee, and it is, hoped that this request  will be granted.  Sunday,  April   16  saw   12-15   aircraft  visit   the  airport.   Visitors   arriving  from  -tho . AhhntrfnrH    Flying    f-liih    anrl    Dplta  Air Park. Difficulty in determining the  exact numbers of arrivals is the fact, that  sdme visitors were happily executing  'touch and go' on what to them was a  strange airport, while others were looking for an airport register in. vain. The  last entry in an old book was in '68  and while this ,is lamentable,, it will be  rectified as soon as possible and a record will then be available of airport traffic.  and hospitality���especially "coffee made  from pure creek water" and looking forward to passing the word along to visit  the Gibsons-Sechelt airport again.  There is a developing problem however. The airport is being used, by both  adults and teenagers, as a riding trail.  The public is being asked: Please Do  Not Ride Horseisor_Graze_ Animals on.  the   airpoiA���This   iTa   most   dangerous  practice, innocent though it might seem.  Please   co-operate.  The next meeting will be held May  17, '72, 7:30 pm in the Club House at the  airport. Anyone interested is cordially invited. While you're there, meet the executive stafj:. Harold Esterbrook, president, Fred.. TRitter, ��� .yice?pres.,,. Lorne, WoIt..,  verton, 2nd vice-pres., Shiela Tait, secretary, Jo-Ann Postlewaithe, treasurer  and director, and Bill Bryson, director.  promotion of aviation in general and the  ibsons-Sechelt airport in particular. To  clmt .e  ��� this���~arrrr���"the ���executive���:vras~  enthusiasm proved difficult to control,  animated dialogue and suggestions were  knowledgeable. Vice-president Fred Rit-  ter reported that Mr. Don Mills, representing the Ministry of Transport, will  ���_be_jma*m)&J"Sg^ inspec-  charged to consider ways and means of  improving relations with both municipal  councils,   to  strengthen     the   foundation  tion of the airport in the near future.  To assist in gaining a favorable report  fioui the MOT, the club has now replaced  the unserviceable wind socks with bright  new ones. They have also taken on the  project  of  repainting., and. repairing  the  It has" Often been saia, "flyers are.  nuts"���visualize if you can, a dozen aircraft in the air and on the ground, people all over the place,, and no reception  facilities. Well, members who happened  to be there, scurried around, a eoleman  stove appeared, a saucepan, coffee and  ���in consequence pi which a, letter was  read, at the Wednesday meeting, from  Mr. L. Burell, Delta Air Park; saying in  part 'how much he and ' his guests . en-.  joyed, the Elphinstone Aero Clubs' efforts  USE    TIMES    AD BRIEFS  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  - maskst^Tfins  snorkels  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  i ���  7  t f  I".;  ���    \*  * ^2_____  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please, note that SDace is limited and some advance dates may  h.ave to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  April 26���7:30 p.m. Gibsons Legion Hall. Sea Cavalcade Meeting.  April 26��� 1 Q: 1 5 d.m.-3:15 p.m. Holy Family Parish Hall. Sechelt. Day  .. of Recollection. ���������..������, ���  April 26���8 D.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.    v  April 27���8 p.m.  Pender Harbour Community Hall.   Bingo.       ^  April   27���6:30   p.m.   Selma   Park   Hall.   Latter   Day   Saints   Spaghetti  Dinner and Social  Evening.  Admission.  April 28���8 D.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  April 29���8 p.m. Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Barn Dance and Box  v Social.  April >29���Guides "and  Brownies Cookie Week commences.  May 1���2 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons. Branch 38 O.A.P.O. Social,  May 6���2 p.m. Sechelt  Legion Hall. Senior Citizens Assn. Spring Tea  and Bazaar. ~"  "May  9���-8  p.m.   Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.   W.C.   Assn.   Regular  Meeting.  May   10���'_ p.m.  Pehfer~HarbOUr Community  Hull.  I lospitol Auxiliary  ;  Anniversary and Friendship Tea.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  [Multiple   Listing   Service  /Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235  Or  call   Toll   Free  7  Box 128, Sechelt-, B.C.  from f*the   Greater  Vancouver- Area,  ZEnit"v2021  ���uTc,  RWAY!  1  fJAlCT   Blade or Short Rib, Gov't Inspected.  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I  *    1**" (  '��   *������+*��*#<i��.i,<  \1  t-  I n 1-1*1  GARBAGE:BAC?Srl.t"*ZI77I^ft9"  VIVA^TOWELS;'4��wi^~7;l-'' ,oii, &9Q-  JJIIZSZ  v.;r  i   ,   .,(. j  echelt Super Market  i M       I  Cowrio Stroot, Socholt  Phono 885-9416  '''���" " '   * " , " ; "       7"  iiujiiimu.-*��� ' ' i        I        I   '  'M(J����,*��)|(*K,UBdBMM,WMt%,^l(!WI|   _,  J n  ,, >   ,        ',,'������'    ",' ���     ��� I-       '7,       ���/  ,.���,.,.,,.,  I      I 'I .IF ���  ������~i'if$����.yvyii  X .  Secholt   Choir  Pictured the day before .they left  for the Kiwanis Music Festival, the  thirty-one members of Sechelt Elementary School Choir are from left,  back row: Penni Jorgensen, Kathy  Qike, Ponna Rathburh, Diana Cham-  berland, Bonnie Le Warne, Vicki  Benner, Martina Zuidema. Donna  Why te,'Sheila Murphy, Lucinda Pel-  ietier, Debbie West, Susan Johnson  'their teacher-and choir leader"  Eobyri* Eriwata. Centre: Lav-  onne. Djidolph.Carla Paetkau, Debbie  Carby, Charlotte Bandi, Karen Hall,  Cindy Sommerfield, Sandra Jorgensen, Kevin Casey, Gedeon Lizee, and  Peter Evans. Front: Brenda Clarke,  Denise Lawson, Kim Benner, Barb  Jackson; Sheree Sommerfield, Colleen- Casey, Maria Visser, Krista  Hooker and Debbie Derby:  $45,986 contract  7   7 ���      x  for wharf repairs  PUBLIC Works Minister*. Hon. J. E. Dube  announced last week that Fratiki  Canada Ltd: of Richmond, Q.C. has been  awarded a $45,986 contract to carry but  improvements to the wharf on> Keats ���  Island.  ���.The successful contractor submitted  the lowest of five tenders. High bid was  $61,484." y    ���  Under the contract, the "superstructure  of the wharf -and approach, in addition  to several bearing piles, will be renewed  to maintain the wharf in a safe condition., Some 2100 linear feet of piling and  65,000 board feet of treated timber will  be used; in  the  improvements.  This wharf is the only ..access to the  mainland for people on the west side of  Keats Island. It also serves several hund-  dred summer residents. The work should  be completed  in  four months.  :,��_���    7\ rial: in,  -.i'j'i Wi 63 t   o -:.    :  Vancouver   >��� - ���  ���aph'ic   Industries  ���    V*    *      9  iServi.ce  Valley    Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  avalfaBle*  Sechelt Home Service  Sunshine Coast Highway  885-2812  Plans and specifications were prepared by the British Columbia, district office  of the federal Department of Public  Works. Project manager is D. Dodge of  Vancouver.  ERV1NES LANDING  I LORD MS LODGE |  ��  i  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining Room Lounge  Heated Swimming  Pool  Saunas, Boat House  !  �� R.R.  No.  1   Halfmoon Bay, B.C. ^  $5 Secret Cove, Sechelt1 "_��  | 885-2232 |  CAFE  ��*.        Week End Hours  FRIDAY .4���11  p.m.  SATURDAY -      .T^���ll  pm;  SUNDAY  27���11 p.m.  (Licensed Premises).;���"  ^f'  For Reservations  Pfiqne 883-2296  YOUR  HOSTESS  HELEN  ROBERTSON  i  ^a^)tl<'''IUW"'M'W'll'''l'''|M''"'WM'''WI^^  ENINSULA  Section B  jWednesday,^prii2j6#,lH2  Vdmeb  April meeting  ��� ��� ���  Preview  Conducted by their teacher Miss Robyh   Erivyata,     Sechelt   Elemehtiaryv  School Choir is pictured giving fel-  low students a preview of the,per-.*  formance presented at the Kiwanis i  eouver. The compulsory piece was  Brother James Air and the chosen  -song���was Sleep Kentucky ..Babe- __  jaslablish^  School reaps honour^  T.Anr.RB   thnn   �����,.���l   orowH   a.^.mMgd_J^^ flundav.     APPEAftTNO for'the first lime in ramy*  V  for the April meeting of Branch 69  Senior Citizens' Association. After the  singing of 'O Canada' a silence was observed for the passing of four members:  Mrs. Ahlin, Mrs. Swigham, Mrs. Livesey  and Mrs. Swanson.  President, Mrs. Hansen, . welcomed  Mrs. "Olson and Mrs. Brown, president  and vice-president of.the Madeira Park  Branch of the SGA,,.A.welco.me-back was  given "to." members, ; Mrs.   J&i&ie   Br own  and "Mr. and Mrs. Gri'oss. '7,,  A recommendation from the executive  that an emergency lund be created whi��h.  would be available for members in special need of funds was presented for the  consideration of the membership. It was  recommended that the sum of $100 be set  ��� aside   at   once   to " be   augmented,   frdrri  the 23rd. On the following Sunday, April  30th, the Gibsons Square Dance Club  will entertain members iri the open area  at the school. This meeting, April 30th,,  will be the last of our Sunday meetings  for this season.  Members were asked to choose delegates for the annual SCA convention in  New Westminster, June 12th,-and. 1.3th.  Of the,-iiye nominees ..three'.^skjed" to be  H$he-ttr4ime7-asHl!wwter-b^  'ekcusedv^lfc  'wef'^nam'ed" official delegates arid money  />��"#as .voted,,for.their expenses. All wish-  ...  ed Mr.= ^om'Corah a happy birthday.  An intermission was called for refreshments after which, .Mr. Tom Alsbury ably presented the case for "Pensioners for' Action" to a large and attentive audience.   '  tition, Sechelt Elementary School distinguished itself by gaining the high percentage of 81 marks in last week's. Kiwanis Music Festival.   ;  Looking very lovely in their floor  length yellow cotton . gingharn dresses  with purple,satin sashes, the 28 girls and  three boys looking, ejceptionally sma��t.ih  their navy7blue.sparits with white, -sHirts  and   yellow Xivimmepbu^ "<:  .the. -Sfr^mMW^  ^-���V, ,^4,4 r:.>..,;!;. u^ .���;.'..  "���^-4*,W^W'^  �������Gmtng'"-eventst  Spring   tca7'rM-<ry���Q-t  The recommendations was enthusiastical-     peneral meeting, May  18.  ly received by the membership  and  a    .   motion for. its. acceptance was passed, 2.i...  Mrs. Hansen announced that Mrs. Mac  Williams, vice-president of the provincial  ff��":^^  at our May' meeting,  ��� and. talent.7  Seclielt came second to the seasoned  Pacific Evergreen Choir which has seventy members chosen from scEo^bls  throughout Vancouver. So well did the  local students perform that a gentleman  believed to be the head of the Music Department in the North Vancouver District expressed''the wish to Help with the  mstractlon" of jSeehe'r Choir during 'the���  weekends.  Miss  Robyn' Eriwata  who   leads   the  ghoir 'is delighted' with"her "students' pro-   gress aV>d is very  grateful for the  help  given  by Mrs,  Dorpthy,Stockyv,ellt.ilVlrs,.f   trict supervisor Mr. Hart Doerksen,  Making the lovely dresses was a stu   Noxt meeting will ho a PoUL'uek HUp-  por on May 25,  Senior Citizens' Week will be observ  edhere on Sunday May 28th with an'al  denominations, church service to be held a\   thq    Barents    Without    Partners'    otudents  purchased "'the'ViehT. cotton  in tho open area at tho Seahelt Elemen-    m,eeUng ��l Sechelt Elementary School on    gingham material and the mothers fitted  ta.'y school, An added threat '���his year .will     ���inursuay, Aprji I., and ^acje ^ie drosSos,  be  provided' by Miss" Eriwata j and ' her    '    Mr,   Peters   described   his   duties   as Tho  choir  sang  two  songs   Brother  ''-choli...^'.,"���^  Mrs. Wnltqs, reporting for her com-    and  discussed tho  'Wives'  &  Children's    was compulsory and the piece chosen was  .niUtco, asked /ojviou^^  charge of toa-tablcs at  tho spring  loa,    era   for  an  informativo- and  interesting    really showed their cersatility. ' ���  May (', Sho asked also that members who    evening; '���        m        '    ' ���      . ,    -;.-~���  wish to donalo sandwiches or squares for-  th'o tea got in touch with hor.  Mrs.  Dunlop,  Ways, and  Moans,' ro-  n__  ports planfHoi'i tho, ."sale: of work; section ...   .pin^A-I'arly  panor serviettes' nlatos  sowinii, ahd a" white olophant, stall. The    fflL. * S   ''    Wh,uf    mA  Arts Councll-hnh-klncilyprom^ocl a dls-  ��� '  j)lay for ilio",'tic|ui\'Kloii,'l "*'' ���"" "*":   Mrs, Eyans roports throQ momboi^iii  hospital, mv, Louis Hanson, Mr. Buck  and Mv, ,Larnb. ['..���,���,,  ��� Mr, Hayward-roporlccl a good'day on  tho 10th, aj, .JVlh'aclu .Valley, Ho .would  approp,ia(lp' 'sugtlontlonH ,i'or, fuCtlip.; \tours. ,  CAMPIWG AMD HIKING  EQUIPMENT  NYGREN SALES  , ,    ,       GIBSONS  i 1 ,i  7  s  SAVE    's  I (.1, f. t.*,i,,i .iZ, __i._ 9. ,_ ,i. .����.. ** m * f Hf|_g  S ,    "     ���"'"'        7  I- -  I ���"  ^      J Ski C i\. 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(From Port Mellon right through  to Egmont)  - .   -S3. .,  ,"**  The beaches around Gibsons, such  as this one at Soames Point, offer  plenty of firewood for those ambitious  enough  to  tackle  the job.  Ap-  . : . ^ ���   By Mrs. L.Devine. Gibsons  Plenty of Wood  parently no one else wants the  hordes of logs scattered along the  shoreline.  ��* *.*  *  e  ��_(  "I if  Hometown paper is  vital link io commimily  THE HOMETOWN paper is' a vital link  in  the community  and   an  advertisement to the world outside.  In small or scattered communities- the  hometown paper is often the only means  of communication among the residents.  Along with community services, it is one  "a of the amenities of a growing community.  Without the local newspaper the growirr  of a community can be severely affected,  because the continuous exchange of ideas  and informations is an absolute necessity in our modern way of life.  udiifisqpq  find  the  paper  their  only  community.  In, no other way can people lean  of the good work being done by service  groups in the community. Their work  can assist the pensioners, handicapped,  the unfortunate, and promote activities  for young people.  In this era of leisure living, the sports  nnwr, if, .avidly rpad hy everyone. It- gives  *i_W___,'." '  * * *v  i.\t.'$S?'*tk.'  "2  ���*-*!*������ * -������Tta. ���������v-  \_"  ���    #���  *  i:  ~rneans7>f advertising goods and services  and residents turn to the advertising>sec-  tion for their requirements. Advertising  in turn helps -the paper to grow with the  Gibsons OAPO  hold April meet  its readers a knowledge of the activities  in which they can participate as players  or spectators, and tells them in what  teams the boy-next-door plays.  Readers  are  encouraged   to   air  their  =JeeMaas--.aa--an.vL-^ulxiact -4n-7the--7Letter-S-  to   the   Editor"   and   from   these   ideas  many new  community  projects  and  improvements   grow.  No one can be without the social page  with its coniings and goings, recipies, and  the latest stylings. The home town paper  is a wealth of information for prospective  residents and tourists. Here they can  learn what the community has to offer in  the way of, goods; services and recrea-  ��� tion: ��� ��� ���i 1��������� ���   *  *���&  .-*?,  ���%^y'--.  3*-*"?g'*^   *y**y***, why -vy.  l*��*��)-_r'*rl-l-��  S4-J- -  v.  SIMPLY BY SELL  SUBSCRIPTIONS  G  J*��  TO THE  APRIL 17 was the day-for the regular  meeting of Branch 38, OAPO at the  Health Centre, Gibsons. It was a pleasure  to welcome Miss D. A. de Lange, secretary of the Senior Citizens, Sechelt, and  two. new members, Mr. and Mrs. Chris  Wood. The new PA system was in use  for  the   first   time,  certainly   an   added  Very often businesses and individuals  peruse local newspapers when contemplating moving into a new community  because the-paper provides them with  the local climate for their proposed activities.  The editors of- the hometown paper  must be constantly alert to the activities  of  the whole area.  Their editorials  can  asse}..  There is no age limit or fee for anyone interested   in  helping  the  plight  of  lhe -OAP's, many of whom are living in  poverty, All that  is required is to send  .gname,utddr^su..r^^  tion Now for Pensioners, .3302 Cambie  Street, Vancouver. Mr. Tom Alsbury addressed tho Senior Citizens, Sechelt, last  Thursday April 20, oh the aims of the  newly formed organization. Acatlon Now.  A hearty thank you was accorded Mrs.  Rita Silverton as tho spring tea con-  _vonor,��,who.-,,in���,,,turi),��J.haidtcd��,.alL.lhoso���  who helped, which, despite lho dreary  won'hor, was a succors,   Tlio  monll.ly'���'���' raff lo 'of -embroidered  pillowslips,   given   by   Mrs,   Danborgor,  was j_von_ by Mrs, SUvorton,  Bus" Trips are being pfiuincd for iho  Hummer, momburt. nu.H__.ont.lonH will bo  welcomed by the president, Thoro aro  only two .moeUnUN "/until tlio. Hummer  recess, 'a' good iHvlondanco In ro'quoHtocl  ho ihitl plans for iho mi minor ��cl.lvitj'c��  JP^|.U^)ow^}.ln(^(ul^|uL.flnl^l1^��od,_"VIl'H.^"WJn���  ., Kuoit wIhIhkIUlioHo.golngion lho bua tour  to Bono, a goocl und happy Journey,  ' No'xt'monlh'H mootingfl nro Hooial,  Monday, May J, and regular Monday May  HI, 2 p,m, nt tluvllonlth Cohlro, qibRona,  whoro a. warm woloomo awalls all OAP'h  an Honlor oIIIkoiih,  .influence the goodwill of the community.  Their help can spark many local projects, Their barbs ancl assistance can make  or break many Community projects.  The   hometown   paper   is   a   goodwill  ���mbafimlpLmiM    m unity.  Drinking,driving  predominates offences  -NORMAN-"Frederlck-CoatOR'*"of"GIb.so'ns'  was charged with having more than  ,. M. pot; cent alcohol in his blood while,  driving and  was  fined  $300  ancl  prohibited from driving anywhere In Canada  - -foi'-n-pei'lod-of-ouo-monthr  FOR EXAMPLE  Jl ���_ak-t,-|flkljl1M iDititi^'j^K^" -^^^   ^j j,,; __ fpS,! ^ . ^-�����*' ________ * "____________________,Wi  BY SELLING  HUihard   Lawrence.  Matthews, of   So-  choll received _ii $300 for Impaired diiv-  , Ing, In Addition, ho was prohibited from  . cliivlng anywhere In Canada for a period  of ono month.  Ronald  John  Phare  of  GibHonn   wan  ���-charger] with driving a vehicle" without  "Inmininco nnd was fined $2">0. '  Raymond Polmuuit, of Socholt ��� was  fined $300 after bolng ohargod wllh driv-  Ing with moro thnn ,017 por cent alcohol  In hl,s blood, Ho w��h'��Iho prohlhltod' from  driving any whoro In Canada for �� period  of one month,  at Legion tonight  ;  INDIVIDUAI-Sund  InteroHtod orgnnl/.a-  .   .km. i a ro rem hided I hu t tho CI I b��oiiH  Hon Cavalrndo moolH' al tho Legion 'hall  tonight (WcdnoHtlny) at 7l30 p,m,  ,, Tliii importanco of overyono altondlng  JhliHiicollnu. e�� nnol. ho.nver,iii refilled,, OHr���  pciclnlly  at   thin   llmo   whon   no  mnny  ���".ovciijp and 'hoothfi Jmvo been dlRcuRRcd  hut luiliml did oh and tlmon arc fit 111 lot"'  open.  It In honed thai tonliiht'H mootlnH will  hoo moro doflnlto pli|nn liiado (ih lo tlmi��H,  ,i��pntioiwr,oto;rfi,om"'boih'"'S<<irCift��nioii(Uj.  iiiomhoi'ii aiKj.nmup'n laMng imrtln thin  yonr'ii o'viinl.  Thai'I. the Hon 0('t"val��ado moot Ing. Ap-  WPP CAWPIPATE  NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS   JQR_ �� -    'W,  >  A Cassete Recorder or Record Player  By selling 30 new subscriptions  OR  Transistor pr Clock Radios  Frorn* ii'^iiew'Tsiiysc  up  !A        i   '  *���%&_���       *     , �� '       , . i  ^"���-������������. '���'���!  rX^I_WMWMW,'  /  %  m  *��'li7"  ...H .,��..  USE  WEE BONNIE SYSTEM  For ��ummor and residential home��,  Example 400 pq, ft. Cedar Cabin  ���upplled and Installed on your lot  for $2,600, po-lt��your��elf kit with  plana $1,800, Wo alio do framing  for economical houtot^PhonV'afl^r  ,6 p.m. 98��*-l��93 collect.  %  i. iVH  rttVf'n''  MARRY MAONUS   t  OLAUSSEN  ^TKot"RGW"WOCRATIC  f^TY"<^dfdeT^for^cow��*  Cl)IJcotJo;��'42-vcar��.oW���7bocliOi,  lor;, born and educated In Par,  East; world travel lor, multilingual background, My ln��  lorost Is PEOPLE, It will boon  honor lo uarva you as a tyonr  bor of Pqrlla|Tiont, In tho moan'  ^Imty canAl, fa ffi Mfjf\ijpjM\  you? . Homo , addrcn8!l( 680/  ' Fairmont, Powell Rlvor, D,C,  Phono "numbon lflS.i7S3,,  f^����j{��WW^lWIWW^^  mm*m,mmmwftemHmmwmi*toiim  Ji)^P''(i|i|4��|wpiii .i  .SV^tlUlh"'!!  Rods and Reels - Camping Equipment  Soccer Balls - Baseball Gloves, Etc.  From-as-low-as-3 piew-subscriptions  11 Hi l��III'   Hi  ,l Mi i  i>aewiwa!��s*up*�� ��w ���w&��(&<i  ��B��v9l�� ��W%tW#WI^!*MM*wUSWW��t%W  ,/i \nta\mmmmm  ^SSfflWl* llilillI��i|i.iH,lll!l��  ,zim$&_r \u^tJ%U^i ,!i,  ,.  *///////f////////////////f///l////////////////A  I Vi 7  iwmh2l<  1    fl' I'," ���  y!    i!��!i\_mli2 , '7l7i  -miME-YOtlir yom  HOW MANY {SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE NEEDED.  s  DON'T   DELAY-PHfONE TODAY,  m��^mm^mfimm^t  ijWB^pi^l^B^iwJBIli^^  �� i. v  jWWWjftfltWWWWywSW^^  CONTEST  i  I-WIAYJI,  ^..^.,.���.t,^..  i'      i i   ,  .   i i     i��  ��|&'��"W$'4'iBrW^  1  i��Ww��lww��iww>wwf^  y'     v  1972  $//f////f////m///////f////f////////jr///////K  ft>^  *wmtwMm***l>^*'*>%immt4n  *f9f,t*m M����HMI"*��tMimtHf tmwN'in  *r**  WI��l��^fl'**fW��W��l*4����'1W*|WI��*l��IW*IWI^  ���iw^v*,j ���,��� n��*H.it-^Mi^iHdr^wyuMf.tw wtp t inn*** , m^v^v,��^*.^(.��^��*^��^^^-*w'''f''��'' ��i' "i vw U. .<* f*fiM��w*iA'MW*ftWf��f^  T" -��**-  by  Louise   Lang  L'ATt'GE syndicated 'newspapers  are nec--  essary  if one is tokeep up with the  "important   happenings' in   his    province,_  Ins   country   artd~~ the   world   in   general7  Dttily,   by   reading  these  papers,  we   are  fared   with   shocking  headlines   reporting ,  riots, war, pestilence* strikes, drug abuse,  inbbcries aiul various calamities "(if nature  and   of   man's   inhumanity   to   man.   We  are   often    left' .feeling   depressed.    The  world   seems  to  he  in   a   hopeless,   futile  state.   We feel   insignificant   far  removed.  and unable  in any way  to help improve  UiiAsad  state  of -affairs.  low refreshing then lo pick-up our  ^'Hometown Paper", instantly I can have  a sense of belonging. I can, in a small  way, have a hand in our destiny. I read  that the village council is having an open  meeting about important matters of rezoning, The Recreation Committee is  having a public discussion concerning the.   ; , i _ r..... :���������_���r^~_ <.'."'���t,h-'-tt,   '   . '"Tr���������_ -���-���?  .4 ' - ��� \ . '      .  YpVLt hometown pdper means  Wednesday,-AfiriLld, UtJX  .J_h^_._l&nia^\'_______&s~_..  small-towns'exist. , ' hopd.  Tlie  bees are  the_.hard\ workers  who The newspaper is truly mind expand-  |ielp make a success  of any  town. They     ing.  I  know wliait   is  happening.  I  know  ask.  no   publicity     for     themselves    but \ where   it's   at.  Camp Byng Scout camp aided by federal grant  "-proposed - CTvfc-T^efitre. TTI"attend these  meetings. I feel I. can offer Some worthwhile suggestions. Happy day���the Jones'  have a new addition to the family. The  John Does are having Open-House to  celebrate their golden wedding.- I must  drop-in and offer my congratulations to  these fine old citizens. What a lovely  picture and write-up of the Smith-Brown  wedding.   Wonderful   young   cyuple--just  -starting out���bless-them!   through   the  medium   of   the   paper   get  recognition otherwise lost.'  Then lhe drones ���laxadaisical Tines  who have no pride 'in Iheir- home town,.  They do nothing to enhance or help. They  ���gel their pay check and dash off to the  ne.irhy city. Tkey are a\ bad as the merchant who wauKs all from the customer  but gives little service in return. &ut,  these people make news for the local  press at some time whether inteirtional  or otherwise.  I have been asked a "question and I  have answered it in truth as 1 see it.  The home press is a necessary part of  life for we ih small places. It breaths  only through the body of the people  where it .functions. Whether you like it,  knock it, criticize it. at one time or other  Ty-ou- will-use it as its-Junction is to bring  us up-tq:date with local politics and interest. It's an agency performing to bring  news to us in the best way it knows how.  When I took pen in hand to write this ,  I wondered how I could get 250 words  together about a hometown paper. I  find I am well on my way 1o the 700  and still able lo add more on the benefit  and need of our local paper. This is  from  the breakfast, nook of a housewife.  GoOd���il seems we may get that addition to the hospital after all. I see the  school choir won special mention at the  music festival. Their Sports' Day is coming soon. I must volunteer to help. The  Blood Donor Clinic is coming this month  ���I must jot the date down on the calendar. .      - -  Well���life isn't so bleak and terrible  at that! After all it is the little things  that count. The small communities are  the backbone of. the country. 6ur community isn't going to change the world,  but it. is growing. If. I keep informed I  can have a hand in planning the future.  Keep informed���That's what our "Hometown. Paper" is all about!    ���   _ ��  by IV^rs.  Ruth Meade  Roberts Creek,  B.C.  WHAT it means to me and folk like me;  It opens up a world of interest. Not  having transport we do not get around  the ^ay" we would" like," thefefore, the  Pen. Times does it for us. We look forward to reading it and it is like a friend  visiting and telling us all that is going  on around us.  The paper lets us know what is go  ing on in our local hospital, what new  babies are there, who is sick. We know  our doctors but mostly through our paper  mentioning them. We also enjoy the  photos of the children at their special  studies at, school, the pictures of the bud  ding   soccer   players   on   their   school  grounds, basketball etc.  Without our paper we would not be  able to see these things, and how would  we get news of our hospital, the ferries,  or intended visits of our MLA, Hon Isabel Dawson. We turn to our paper for  news of dances, bingo, bridle, Cards,  rummage sales,^Legion ,|nte*ests^. teas,  concerts etc. We*c^or.ot agk ffi'e',regional  by Mrs. Zillah Woodward  OUR "Hometown" newspaper is;the backbone of the community: It gives what  to seek for in the local stores. Its ads  tell us to go for bargains. If we didn't  have the hometown paper we could not  save money.  It gives the friendly goings-on of the  neighbors. It is good for we might rejoice  or sympathize with those that need it.  It helps us learn what is going on in  the different clubs. Also we get to know  what takes place in council meetings,  and of the improvements that the community receives. _ ���  Our. paper   is   good   for   ads   if   one  wishes to buy or sell an article. It con-  -lains   litfle   stories   of   things   we   didn't  \ know.   It   also   reveals   how. times   and  conditions have changed from the yesteryear. *  Our hometown paper provides news of  what is done by members of parliament,  and its editori'afsi too'"are good."It'iis,' iri  fact, the spice of life. For the sport fan  it fills a need.  Readers may give their thoughts in  the "Dear Editor" columns which get  others  thinking.  "1f~1%etrpT.r "Hometown." paper fills the  needs of everyone. It is the life of the  "community. Without it there would be  a void that could not be filled any othef  way. It can make one happy or sad and  sometimes eyen mad. It lets us know of<^  the beauty a-roatid as well an that which���  is not beautiful. It is like a friend we  cannot live without.  Our Hometown Paper is more tfiten  that���it' is something that is essential to  the daily way of life. I^el it fills others  needs as it does mine and I hope everyone gets as much good from it as do I.  by 'Mrfc. Mary P. Wesimrooje  Let us not forget the advertising  section. Our needs would be severely  hampered without the great scope of the-  ads. Collectively , and - individually wo  rely   ufxni  them.  We find a job, we rent a hump; we  buy or7sell an item. We learn who was  born,   married   or  itied.  As members of a community we are  drawn together in time of tragedy, joy  or success. Our newspaper enters our  homes and tells us about these happenings, and we in, turn are motivated to  action, whether it be a kind and friendly  word or offer of personal assistance.  News through our paper is instant.  The old grapevine process was slow and  inaccurate. >-5^==^ -       =~="~   "How often in our daily conversation  do we hear or use the words: "I read  in   the  paper..." '    _ ���. >.     .  The editorials stir people to thought.  Regardless of whether we agree or violently disagree, it urges us to think. And  thinking is good for us. It is a muscular  exercise we should "indulge in more often,  for it invigorates the health of our minds  ahd enlivens the hidden potential inherent in us all.   We need  and rr,ly_on_our newspaper..-  How do we  know this to be true?  Let our paper be late, .or missing, or  not arrive at all. Let the publishers go ,  4 on holidays for two weeks. The grumblings begin immediately. "Where is that  paper? Phone the newspaper office! The  line is still busy? Everyone must be  phoning about their papers! How will we  know what's going on, where the sales  are, or whatever..." And so the complaints go on. ,  As is usual, we take things for granted. We don't miss something until if is  gone. It's an old cjjche, but it is still so.  true.  'The pen is mightier...', yes, it really  is.  Carry on the good work  CAMP   Byng   on   the   Lower, Road   near  Roberts  Creek,  has been  a   behive of  activity���the   past   few   weeks- and-  will  continue  to hum   into. Mav.  A special federal ���government local  initiatives granl' was received lo help  'spruce', up the 2111 acre campsite for Ihe  Boy Scouts. This $10,71-1 grant cover's employment five days a week for six men  under the supervision of Mr. William K.  Smith, RK No 2, Metcalfe Road. (!ih-  sons.'  Other members of this out-standing"  working group are Frank W. Bonin, 29  Park Avenue, RR W 2, Gibsons'; Charles  W. Passmore. RR No. 2, Gibsons; William P. HoHand, RR No. 2, deddes Road.  ^fcsomi=-^-���-ft*ey^^  ��� Drive,.  Gibsons     and  S.  Michael    Reed.  Gibsons.  These'    gentlemen     have   been  versatile   road   builders,   bridge   makers,,  painters,  campsite   building,   pipe  layers,  tree   fallers   and   trail   builders.   A   great  deal  has  been  accomplished in  the   past  two months. 7  A few-of the projects undertaken include wst&llation of an-adequate pipeline"  to tlie three lodges and lower sites; enlargement and clearing of campsites in  the lower areas; establishment of new.  .-iles widening and improvement of Ihe  Uoi'ison-Hoa'd; natural campsites and program arc.is in the upper section of the.  camp; clear fire roads north of the .Lower  Road to the Upper Road and .east and  west through the property; xfain, paint  the exteribT,- interior and-floors of the  three main lodges; establish a Nature and  geology trail throughotft the width of a  lOOacre area which" will include foreshore ' property;, /dear ^the Camp Byng  beach area of .pollution, stumps, old de-  jris.. loas ancKblackberries and establish  two camppre areas on the-.foreshore''  This excellent work program will prepare the camp for an expected record  year of Cub, Scout Venturer and Rover  campers���from 3  to 4,000  boys.  MIR  i  aAT secret cove  VIEW,  DE-LUXE   ^  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For, Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available  R.R.   1  HAtFMOt)N  BAY^BtCt^  Phone 885-9998  _t_\  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  Garden  Bay P.O.,  B.C,  I LIKE our local newspaper The Peninsula Times because of its many  and  varied uses.  Take the ads, this saves us a lot of  expensive trips to town because we can  get anything we need from a weaner  pig to, a porkchop right at''our own back  door. 7.   1���become���acquainted-witlt-the������price  of real estate and waterfrontage and I am  then able to make my own comparisons,  through your paper nay- our paper!!  Being rather,, sticky-beak I like to  read about who is doing what and why  HS^T^Ie'W^  mostly  that I  I have become personally acquainted  with"'"all"'the T'arious'boards,   like'  the ���  Regional Board for instance through your  paper,  I road about people who get pinched  for misdemeanors so I learn more about,  "*"'t litf* vo ir i <i'tjrs*"l n"ws*~*1i�� ti'd " I'i fifid ** rri yael r "75*e"ni cl i fifij"  away for books and pamphlets on fish-  , ,lng game,building,otc, ; ..,...,..���.., .,,.,,,.���������  We aro all moro Interested in our own  local puddle because wo aro personally  involved   In   it,   Wo  croak   In   harmony,  singly or in duet, Seldom do wo croak  QHoh other,,  "2 It would-bo very' In'.creating to learn  1 how certain places''got tholr names and  how tho early pioneers managed to got,  started up hero, tholr trials and trlbul-  3U(i!nO��XBUcp'09H.qpzr^^^   ,    ', C7,,.,  'it  would  bo   greatly   appreciated   If  there woro more recipes and perhaps an  Ann Landers typo of column,  i,     Do you think wo could .\x.q a llttlo   ' wlcrd' stuff 166?  Llko haunted  houses,  spooks, ID,S,P, nnd flying objects?  7 When the J'onlnsula,.Times has been   scanned from beginning to end wo use It,  ,_.iQi,,���wrapplng..Xlsh)Jl8htins_thfl.���j:irQ,���nnd���  .whuUis��Joft�����we^put^in^thQ.-.l*.weQ-liouao,^.  , o��. tho hill for further perusal at a loose   moment,,.,,., ,������������.......: .���....��� ,. ���...,.���.,...,,, ',,.:.���  Wo Hvo on Nelson Island and I notice  ������"���your-,(l9ndllno,,'dnyfor''thlH'1ottor"In-AprU  ^v.20tl^an���4.'.p^^'mAIL..doy...HQ^l....���hope4hlB'>lul)���  mlsnlon reaches you on tlmo,  by Made fl SwaUoVr.  Rlt ��No,i 1,-Qlbaons,-W.G,  - -A~NEwsPArER-itqrhe"fiir��i>nrror~my���"  l|fo for* as-.Jong as I enn remember, I  sprawled on Urn 'floor and looked "nt tho  pictures and funnies boforo 1 could road.  Later, .when tho printed word hold  moaning. I perused (ho gossip' columns,  Wlio had suppornt lyirs, .Tono's homo jlast ���  Sunday? What Vyas the name of that'  now kid whomoVpd ' lioro Inst' week?  ... .And, so.on,, ' ,    w*Tw^rowlnrnnrlnJr"iniftll*'tnVr'npilin-iocnr  beyond, It was' as i^.dant kaloldoscopo,  revolving  before  mo,  doplotliiH  ��U  tho  %..  'I  board what it intends doing but our paper  tells, us, We wish to know about the  credit union and the banks���well! our  paper tells us.  As to roads and what we might expect by way of repairs���our paper enlightens us on that too, and many other  things.  This is what our paper means to us;  paper goes for us. We are proud of our  hometown paper, It keeps us all interested in local and far away places. A  picture last week of a 150 lb cougar proved very interesting, ,  Fm?rii_r^^^  The real thing* It is veVy convenient for  u.s to put, notices in the paper. We get  full news of weddings, what the bride '  woro etc, We. look for items that, people  wish to sell or buy.  Our paper,meaps,to me; A nice quiet  evening sitting reading allnews of ln-  -torosCfoelihiU'firi*n1h^nSt"iil5'^lwr  that a friend is with mo telling mo of  our,,world, outside,.,,,,. .,,���, ���.,.,.,...   .���....���  by Mtn. Mario Hoffar  WHAT-lir a Hometown Paper?���Woll I It  Is many things���It Is tho heart and  core and voice of a community. It, is a.f,,  sort of power and trust. It needs many  people to turn out. a hometown' paper,'  Apart, from professional staff It needs  many local reporters for activities In each  7alioa7F6R it is tho only way most of*,'us7  find out what goes on around and about  us,   :"  If wo woro to ask someone on tho  strcot,\ thoy might, answer "It's a lot of  twldal-lwadlo", ThoRti are tho unlntorost-  od folk in a homo-town; Then���others  that oxpoot coverage like, the. Now York.  Tlmos; those folk aspire to great heights  -��� nows-wlsor-WQ-!^ve-ovory.4ypo-lmour..  hpmo.tbwn-jua'Ma8*Uioy����doi.ln��any*'Othorf  Tho homp-town paper l�� where pooplo  can express themselves In letters to tho  editor whoro wo find good, fair, and In-  dlfforont oplnlohs, rftivorthQlORfl,1 thoy nro  ,...,. feolihRsof��Importance to somoone,7Tho  announcement columns, woddlnp, births,  deaths, and thank-yous, aro nocjussary to  .,._ idl,Jl'horc aro, a .dozen and ono little tid-,  j  I'UjUJiwLqom wo noert.  Ihom, Childro'n'fi'notlvUloHi P"'do,n .'olubfl,  rqlhtrchr hospital  auxiliaries,' police ��� reports,  various olid) r'oporlH���all  needed  for someone,   It's l\ sollinfj and buying market that  oomos ,o us for a, fqw "pohhlon a W��9lC  No matter whai one' thinks of tholr homo-  T I'wi) p'apoi- U's.wboro WW JNk .(Iwt  lor  many 'tluiiHs,'If you don't aUowl  mootlngn- you  can read about thorn "In  your. local papov ��nd jMpoluTnomo or  "~r"m)Ma1:Mr^^  i"oclpio4(or,'aifayoiu'Hodlsh-~pr another  poem for 'tlip scrap book, Or, Junior's picture t"!��t youtmust send to flrandma. It  4prinU~��U.nflw����wltliout��fftvourltifim-.but  '" 'K^I'oUcvJhanJho^ommunlly.ilfj-ecL  Pie are lax and unlnlorostud and have  no spirit., No matter how floo'j, an editor  In, .ho can only print what, Is there. You  "'"may Ilko hlhv.or dlallkejijlm depending  on Mint ho prints,or how ho. prosoplfi  lho news, but ho Is still there as the  voice of the pooplo. for you lo approvo or  1 ��� romplnlmllo writes nbotil llm.bcca and  'lho drones, within tho ranfib of bin P��P"r,  who nrd so prevalent in all areas where  available to British  Mt^HtMWh jta_n**|'  Tfilsl���^  nology introduces new machinery ancl new methods,  and'V^ththem. now Jiazia^s,, ,������..  ��� The Workmen's Compensation Board Is constantly  reviewing the accident prevention regulations to  maKe sure they are up-to-date.  - A jo|nt7WGB-labour-m^r��ag��nfient - committee- has-  completed another review whloh was followed by  public hearings/The result Is the publishing of this  ..nvcnls. that, wore. occurrlnH In this mar- .  volous, ever changing country.  BosidoRnhe^cwBuln,th'Q"pftpci,rno'",n"  od about stylos, "health, protocol, legal  procedures, psychiatry, child care, marital  ��� ndYlco, ��� ,  '      ,  There' was, humor in ' Iho column's,  Thoro was sadness, I laughed when I  .road the paper, I cried, I bocamo angry,  1 was moved, sometimes,.lo lake aollon  '" In,�� project or a ��roup. I kept abreast,  of lho day to day life of my neighbor-  n.4 w��*i#inmii.iit<fttiuj%.1'  '298"T3��^rOTOT  accident prevention regulations. These regulations  apply more real Istlcallyto present day work practices  andwill be of great benefit in hazard control.  The new handbook of regulations has been mailed  to all employers, Copies of the handbook are avail"  - able 4o* wprkmeh^yylthout - charge If ronuyour- local -  WCB office, your-employer, or, by sending,.In the .,  coupon below:    ���    '  (W��WSflitft��^��f^��^W^*#^W��.>,^W!l^^  "A good^rtowledge of those  regufatiofis [flay some da).  pqve your life, ,  I enooumoe workers In  .+Brltl&bJSaiumbteJQ. QMaM.  " g Q6^6fim&*rwwrffis  bycontQctiriQ us or your  �����/7?ip/oy��r��-'��-~~��-���������������  ^^ ^M |P_|_| .|iH  ujoRKmen^  conipensaTion  *lin|BVrtr..ltV.ltt*t1lf'��M  62QB Hoathor Otrool.^/oncoiivor 10,0,oi,Tfllnpliono pno-02il,ToloxOf fi07/0S  ^:���-��.cr  ..1,��M.^,j*s.uv^i.".���.��. v" .u,"^,  I  "*"���" Rioaao'oopd mo'tt^opyoftlib AwIdonrPrbVontion^^  /(l,..:,.i:.  tlona handbook, without ctwflQ.  NBTTIfl'TS TmVm'i m f������� ���'���'�� iHMiiiiiiiiiHMiMiiiimii  Addroas: ����� ���  ,    ...       ,    , '   . ���    ,        .'..,,,  ��� ( > . t ��� ��� ��� . ��� ��� . ��� IMMM IMIIIIIMIIUIIMlM  ,       I ��� '  Mil MillllllMllll'lliiMIIIIMllllinillllHK  **j,,.,w 'j,|i.,.aw., mrn,  ^.m^AM. I ��9M^.n^4^M^44.Hn��,,��rt*lw��^4t^MM,��^rt.t^��^K��M.^Kw��4H  ,/   "'   1"  r*rt*^wa>-B*vwafti'��Hwwtiiwi��*i^^ m  * s^:^,.r*-.?- Paac^-6~^T"~^ThrPenmswJa-^Hwes Wednesday, April 26/1972  Half moon Bay Happenings  Decisions  Only Langdale and Sechelt Schools winners, dental hygienist Mrs..-M.  sent in posters for the Attack Plaque Bland and dentistJDr. Bland find out  province-wide competition in dental that students learned quite a lot  hygiene, but they were enough to from" the- recently conducted dental  keep the judges busy. Checking the    hygiene programme.  MEMB-EHS of the; Welcome Beach Community Asslicialion are reminded of  the Extraordinary general meeting lo be  held at the Welcome Beach Hall un  Thursday at- 8 p.m. to consider-, fin Extraordinary Resolution to ext-vrd the  boundaries of the Association for membership purposes. All members are urged to attend this important v meeting  which is of the utmost significance to  the-future'of   the  Association..  PROJECTS  At the time of going to press there  are a few tickets available due to cancellation for the smorgasbord dinner planned by the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Aux-  liswy-for Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Anybody  still requiring a ticket should get in touch  with Mrs. A. J.'Rutherford at 885-9672  "without   delay. v  Also on Saturday, Brownies and.  Guides will be carrying out their annual  door to door cookie sale. Owing to the  number of activities scheduled for Saturday, the afternoon bowiing sessions "planned for children 8-12 years has been  postponed.  RATEPAYERS  Executive of the Ratepayers' Associa-  tion met at the home of the secretary.  Mrs. Janet Allen last "week' and planned  a general meeting for Saturday, May 27th  at the Welcome Beach Hall. The executive also agreed to suppport a recommendation from the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission that an effort should  be made to get the B.C. government to  buy Coopers' Green for "conversion to  a  public  park.  BOWLING PARTY  The teenagers' bowling party last Saturday .proved a most popular and successful event. Three teams wei*e made up and  even some of/trle\heginner bowlers played most satisfactory games.  Highest  scores  were made by  Robbie  ������by  Mary  Tinkley  Wallham, Jerrry Mercer and. Deirdre  Murphy. The evening finished up.with a  party at the Jack Mercer home. The decorations which were done by Hhe teenagers included a... black light and fluorescent posters, giving an extremely mod-  cm and cliscoteque atmosphere.  .  IN  BRIEF  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duff, have returned ���l-p-HhettH^eme-at-JV^leem-e���Beach^a-f--  ter a very sad trip to Moose Jaw, where  Mrs. Duff's-son, Joseph Berthelet died on  April 2nd at the age of 43 aftar a. long  illness.^ This is the second tragedy suffered by Mr. and Mrs. Duff during the  past few Tnonthsr-for-ano-ther son, Robie  Berthelet of Vancouver died suddenly last  Fall.  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebert have  ���moved to Mermaid Street, Sechelt after  ren'.ing Mrs. Pat Ness'cottage for "the past  year. They carne north to. spend their  retirement in their native Canada after  living for many years in Sacramento.  Mrs. Hebert is a sister of the late Mrs.  Sadie Edmunds.  Mrs. Leta Hanney returned to her  home at Welcome Beach last weekend after spending the winter with, her sons  Collin and Bryon in_yitncouver Snnr.nl-  lin accompanied her back to Welcome  Beach.  Mrs. Pat Ness was in Powell River  recently visiting her daughter Beverley  Silvey, her granddaughter Pam and her  mother Mrs. Sarah Wall.  Halfmoon Bay's gifted children collected more musical honors last week at  the Kiwanis Music Festival in Vancouver.  Russell and Ginger Cunningham' were  placed 3rd for'-their guitar duet and  Russell was awarded 2nd place for his  guitar solo. In .the voice class, Ginger  Cunningham and Louise Murphy each  received 84 marks. The highest mark  awarded in this class was 86.  tOTICE  Co-inciding with the change to Daylight Saving Time,  the BX. Hydro and Power Authority Office Hours, at  t4ie^Sec4ieJ*-D4strlc��_X>flIce, will be 8:00 a.m. to 4:30  prm., Monday to Friday, effective May 1, 1972.  VILLAGE  OF  GIBSONS  5% INTEREST CREDIT ON 1972  TAX PAYMENTS  Made between January  1st and May  15th   Uttwevitj-MtL-thn* r<ifP nt 5% per annum, wiH be credited ro any prepayment deposit on current (1972) taxes made between January 1st and  May 15th, 1972. Interest will be calculated from the date of payment  to June 30, 1972. Such deposits, in any amount up to the total of the  1971 taxes, will be accepted.  Any further information required may be obtained from the Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543.  December 22,  1971,  I  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  v*p&f..i'^  |r'tfJ'^i^:."iiAi.'.1.i.t[|.'.'|.''!,:l^:|'!'.^:r*^.':i  i-i-    41  ���      A*  **��� *    I  it \   -*h*   * M    y  1 ��-*ll IIH-4'1'4.1      **  -��++     * III.IIH I- ���H.t.'-HHt.  > -* t  ��*   > *;  _ *'        _        i  New���Angle  Tickled over some of the grades one   to three posters, Dr. Bland and his  wife Mrs. M. Bland who conducted  the dental hygiene programme iti  JiiiS_fiflhQ.Pl district enjoy t.his new  angle presented by young students  in the poster competition. Entries  sent in from this "district were submitted by Trevor Wallace, Scilia  Webb, George Hopkins, Michael  Fyles and Brad Grant, from Lang-  'd^lo..��Davld��Mao.d^l��^wdwRJ^k_y._(  Saunders from Sechelt. Winner* "of  tho province-wide competition will  get $100 plus hoajthy teeth from observing methods of dental hygiene  tl* *   4|tf  III  If 11 IK I r*, I -dllllllillf #H| * 111 ���  _.-,, ,    , ,       ,,���_   .��� |       |  14    I f        |  iui��iiiiim*i  i*>  ��� t  Mercury Outboard  MECHANIC  '"~'��fione"W5-9B2B~""  CHAIN  SAW CENTRE  ^WWtt  :? w a  '���'���WMH.-1-..Tr.T" "___". '"*'���"  W��iS<M��W1��f*fi**<it*,i.<  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  Socholt  Phono 885,9551  jfflOWM DEPOSITS  ADDED-AN D~COM^  ,.(or-you may,.withdraw. Interest.)   MINIMUM DEPOSIT $500  Fr*.' *'#*���!, T*.^{itfl��j{^7494l*��   A��jm��i-'l.turu is ono of British Coljumbiaa major industries, worth more than $200 million    ^ ^ ���,  �� . . ��,   ^iss**^^��*^    "*    '���n'li'-iNy to our economy. But the true^ "?��*,.   *+*.     ���  {?,', *   \ '      ^ "*������������   loim   0{ d0||j,rB nnd CQntSi por agr|CU|,uro bearS^rectly on tho quality of life, and tin-    '"���'*"f �����' *    ���   J.��   ,  . *    pi oduota'Cnms Industry nro staples of ouTdaiiy diet; posplte the necessity of Importing lai'ji  ��&.+ ������* if auontitlc3 ol foodstuffs, there can never bo any substitute for home-grown foods frprfi our  *""*r*   0,vn ,,,imci Wohpa and iprcliardsiMoat of us appreciate the exceptional quality of Brlt'U_  foods,,, but In certain oases, there Is confusion as to whlclV products aro,'In frcl,  *�� ti^trf- *r*:-  0,vn ,,,ms  s^*taJ��.ViW*   Columbia I  W'ji    -if    ' "      ..       .        -. ���         . .  .   ..  .+ J,  .1" �����*.   ���* ���*___&      ��� -fiww  lumblan, In lho coming weeks, a campaign by your Provincial Qovornment \.ill  a*******  ii<} pic.ifiD tinioly ^ of our agricultural products, along with  *.   hints oiitiie'varlous ways to on^ ���','"* "T..*"!  -,-1W.~^4_,(_  . lA-W"  the gwiuMi publlo and lo provide woll-doaorvod support for tho thousands of British Colum-   ���    '    . . .   .��-*���-"*-\�� *"!;*'*'  :: ���    ^Vi��%  Ii      ��� (      , "���  ���bl.-ina cilroQt.y involvod In tho agricultural Industry, By purchasing as many1 British Colum' l��>  foods ps possible, you'll enjoy oxcollont nutritional value. And you'll holp to"sustain an  ; IruJustry which becomes moro Important as our growing population oroatea a greater demand  _ **  ,' "_L     ' ���      ���   '    _  *.., .. ii ,.  f'*��^*W��wWatt��Ti��t^ww'  MLPURPOSEMPOSITACCOUNT  Cakiilatod.and   pqld   quarterly   on   minimum  quarterly balance of $100 of mora. Deposits or  rrlthdra>rab of any flmo, Full choquolno prlvllogo   ���-loyr'sorylco qliargos.  \-  \  TT���  EARN DIVIDENDS  ��� * ��� ���        " 'i    ������,        i,  LIFE INSURED  <R**WW*fW����������iawM  "*%MiT!?TTW^^  RATES  REASONABLE  ,���IUl-...  ' I ������ I I, I  ^wmmmmmhmwmMIk  GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  r��s��������*a*^tr��i^#H��^^ /   I      j, ..,,,.     '��,.,,,   ,_    '.If  i 7.  fl n'l  "7     1' 'i'lTA'* ii'U'L1*!'1   Mi,l    'i.i,7mii I, jui ii, Hii_iut,t uul,,,[  '' Hon, Waldo Milling*,, Mini$toht;;;i 1  'I......  m^M.  mmm0mmmmm#vmm  '-t 1  \   .'i  >,,,l|.,l(i,,,MH..,il*vH..,l��w,,i,i,,~m.y��f.v,,.,...,.T,,w  ' ' ' *   1   �� I *     "   ?     '    "       . . .       ,  ,  ,   , .���..'.,  ���tn*  f^^**i��mmmimmim^mmm>ms ,{%"�������� .  '"���*"��� ���^"��t^lf^*^^l  J.  '''���f^'-'-'i '  ...   t..j"....-���. ���, _. . .*&__$_.�� I- ,,?__..*,  ���    ���ir��vi*,*|* -  ;, v^ylB!  K -  ' "' '^**     ���     & .7?  WS* '' *T"4;-#''" ' '  "7.\i ' " ��� ^ "M .'. V-  ^ y      **.*   ,     Nf  .   -  y.    f    \J:       7 ^ilO^f ^       '   --JB'VV.  Oldtimers  in Soccer  'llio ("ili-'ons Super-Valu soccer loam,  division -1 comprises members who  are reatluii" the lipe old age of 1:'  and consequently have reached then-  final year in the local league. Shown  are (baekrow) left to right: Orai"  Norris, Bill Sluis, Maurice Couturier.  ll Off Ch Mike Scharf   Pat   Gaines,' Stephen  Winding up the season at the Sechelt    Off Championships  which    saw the    ron, "Markle  Myers   displaying  his    nv^lrmJJ^  Bowling Lanes.there wasplenty of    Drivers topping the Alley cats, Road    championship style much to" the. ain-    warren Dixonn*v.   wl\H   Ilpi  excitement when Pender Harbour's    Runners- and Duds. Pictured   from    usement of Jean Donley and Kathryn    MilM  r>���,7 TL^e J;'!. R^onZlh  four top teams competed in the Roll-    left are: Jake Logan, Scotty Came-    Ross, v    :   7,      :    ^8^1 rtot^'ltosstagls^S  * " >Hall.  Wednesday, April 26, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  'tmetv  Strictly Sports  TOP BANANAS  AND YOU DESERVE US  That's why our specials are still on. Shop our store often. Non advertised  specials last week were Pant Suits and. Dresses values up to $40.00, we  had them priced as low as $1.00. That's right!.All marked below  $10.00 one as low as $1.00 values up to $40.00i We have about 20  left, but the time you read this ad they will probably be all gone. Come in  and browse around for listed and  nbjv advertised specials.  SALE ENDS APRIL 29th  -with Jake  On ihe hockey scene; Isn't it a shame  that  we have  to  watch  such  sexless  orgies on the idiot box.9s those put on  by  Boston and  St.  Louis  in  the  semi-  finals? How the Blu.es. who by now must  be one helluva lot bluer, managed tc  let Dy tne Minnesota North  tars is yet  another unsolved, equation. By the time  this issue, hits the stands there will.no  doubt be no more St. Louis Blues a la  1971.-72 style and likewise -the Chicago  Black Hawks, whose series with New  York at least gave us a run for the  money. However, the Boston-New York  finals will probably prove., less competi-  -"ffivej*'cause' after all, If yoft ''-can't trust  Bobby   Orr,   who   can   you   trust?   We'll  lawn Chairs  Aluminum. Saran webbing,  ^*,:=3i99-  5crub-A-Tub  Heavy   plastic  laundry tub.     A  little elbow grease for <��    (flfc^  a nice job. '.'.7. JLoW a  THE BARE MINIMUM IN  SWIMWEAR���-  Plus our prices are Bare  Minimum.  Maternity Wear  SPECIALLY  PRICED  TO CLEAR OUT?  Garden Ensemble  7 piece 6" umbrella. It's a Hot  Value for Cool Summer Living.  Orders 63��95  Larae Buddie Cage  FREE BUDGIE  with purchase of  cage. ........-1-7���  12.99  have to go .along with Boston in five  games���somewhere along the line they'll  slip up and let the Rangers have one���  maybe.  On the Soccer Scene: Those Gibsons  soccer moguls really do it up for the  small fry, don't they? The soccer day"  held a week- ago  last Saturday put. an  aeear-plajv-birt-be-  Cups and Saucers  7���ModeHits-  Assorted models,  values to 2.50.  Only    S Track and  LP. Records  JU30  LOW PRICES AT  Cups have  handles ...  ~lr~L&llthb  .1*1^^4^  , , , ...,,.,../.,,! ....,���,���,���....._!������,.,_....������,.���..,.............,, 4.,,,.,,,,;.,,,       Le'aaue Champs   ���.   ,  " I        only caught some grey cod, but. two of   -_     '      TT    . T r^u  nmiinrl       our locals landed real "ice fish, using   Pender Harbour League Champ-ions,  \^I.XJ\J.IX\A. ...|. ��� M yer-lierr-i ngT~mooo|iiing-rTand"-dEl��ting,,. ���,.,i.tJbi"��^lfi">^^^��TOlfegJ3w^ff  ,$$.,  '���''���"' " ' "   ' ���'���-���"���"   cliff Connor plibried me and iold me    team high game and the team high  tween  the  Gibsons  Athletic  Association  and the Sunshine Coast Juvenile Soccer '  Association,; and of ��� cpurse the adult, vol- ,..,  unteers  and the  youngsters  themselves,  the season certainly wound up  in  high  ftt^JeTrAnd^rom-tlie^umber^M  at the all-weather field���you'd better not  ^���by Don Radcliffe   he took,two springs 6 and 8 lbs, and one    three in the recent wind-up of league believe anything you. hear about "steep   .:   .,..,,....;   ,..,,,) Vi >-v ���;.,,.���':.,,,. , ,<..   ., .Blueback .outside .Secret.,Cpve; early Sat?.,. .games. ,,at' Sechelt    Bowling ,, Alley, ole, Gibsons,'! or any garbage about "shift ;  THE freshet has caused a lot of maddy    urdfty morning, and told me there are a    Players   seated    ar,e ���Larry    Spara, work at the mill-,just as good as the  lookih'g  water  in   most   local   areas,   few   Bluebacks   around,   South   of   Mc>,   Marilyn Clayton    and Rose    Berry, pill."  making the fish go deep and harder to    Naughton Point.                                              whtle  checking   the  scores   are  Ron        .On the FisWrjg scene: Who but our  find. A few of our locals have done wel j iia(j tho pleasure of guiding a Mr. ���������''"RcSckran-t and Laurence Berry.   " ' tPwn'tobk'a.hMfle heading in'one of those  -)iowover^and.'t��'.qulte*��a.*few-*.goodi����siy.Qd,.,,n  ,;������.:.-���;;;,;;,,,,,-  ���-?���-���     "''nearby��dailiegw)qpt*week? 'Yep^seems'thb'''  .springs   have   been   token   in   Nor'West    Mr,  and  Mrs, Robertson   pf  Vancouver fishing' pl^t around the gap has been the  Buy and Bargain Harbour, Ed Ronnie ot    for   J force   days   and   unfortunately   wo    want, to fish don t care about the weather -most promising in tl,e area, We've not  Secholt "fiPone'' name T have this1 week -   ciian't' land any salmon; but" Had  quite'   too'much,'As'long as-the fishing is ron- s 00 h anything brought iii but from all"  ho caught ono~.on...Monday.-.night..in...Nor:K. n-few g00d.-hUH4.nnd..lost-two. thaHookcd- sonably good and thoy huvo a good, safe reports   lho   anglers   and   the   fish   ore  West, Bay and told mo some friends of    m;0   hoopers.   Thoy,   however,   enjoyed    and dry boat lo fish frpnj, Ihoy are very starting to appear in good numbers, If  his had'taken three on Tuesday night,    themselves very much, loved our scenery    l����"PPyi  *>nd   aron t   too , affected  by   the .anyono lands a big ono or knows of any-  Tlioy wore 'fishing one lino, deep, about    ���m. m..do arrangements for a return trip,    woollier.   Winter   fishing   can   bo   vory ono olso landing a monster, don't, heal-    ^_m__mmmm__m________m  ll(),4^ot.:and.thcPot.her.:fllinllowi:.nhoui:30 :i:mention.this:to;provothntewhat..L:said :K��9rt-   ���������-.��� : ,   ��� [ntf:]��:ifi1VQ,;;.ys:j:j(lll^H,s::alwnya.7godd;:::i  fool, nnd took'1 fish utlboth depths;  ���    .  '   \\\ tho column last week is very feasible.        A Thought! Fishing may not  be the "or a ploturp, ..,....,:.,��� .,, ,,       ...... ..,,v -    7.       USB   Times  I  fished  Nor'Wcst myself on Friday   As you know, tho weiHher this week was    groalost sport in tho world but it's way ���"���'  '         ���"-��� '���  night  nnd  didn't havo   too much  luck,   vory cold and miserable, but people who    ahead of whatever Ih second boat,   -.3.-87*  Timex Watches  LOW PRICES AT  ��� ���!0%0ff  10% Off  Hand Garden Tools  Keep her out of mischief  JellojMts. ���  Each  P><^i"luiiitijw)t^^tiijY*^^ii>^'^HW'*VP  DON'T FORGET OUR $1.44 DAY  -���^jigiiigji^j^^^  6   yarietu  ��.*W m *f*s**i<i.i*!*n((iii��t  "������">������������<������"������������ -'������ "���������"# ���  TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHELT     PHONE 885-2335  7SP  mBmfs io '8Ql^^tl^U!in-BmP^eta9  under new mahaaement  w-fi 1111 pis-^11 IS ^ i U  GEORGE' extends a most Cordial Invitation  to the public-Enjoy Home Made Meq/s and  OurlOwn  Pios-ln  Pleasant  Surroundings.  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COMFORT THE GOAL  a...........,,,,.',,,,..,,.  imiiirjimwiimimiiiMMiiHMMiiMiiuuiiiw  rt   iik   u- -       _ kA   , __         TI10 Hbicit slioulcj  mbvb abntly,  prbfbrably by  rictt'Mral ijlrtulatlon, ��� �������.���.-.   �����  Quality; House, and Marino , vyarmoc| air risers and cpolcftfl ^ air "falls'-This 'principle sots air In motion -     SECHELT, B.C  yww*   t ! wllhoul mochahlcal aids, and It roaulla gonorally In a qulol and clean  ��WWtf��OfwwH����wKW<��mw��n����m��nfM��fl��** llQat'lnO (.yclo, *wm*miwm*���tm*wmntumnim*wwm99\  Morgan's  Men's Wear  Tho thorrnostat bIiomW bo vory (.onsltlyo to chango In tomporaturo,  and whon It calls for hoa.,, lho rosponso should bo swiff and allor|t, And  ��whon��lt^l��"8atlaflocl-^whon��tho��tomporp|Mro"reachos*tho*aos mmmmm  room should remain comfortable and without a suddon fooling of chllllnoss,     Q^W.G, Work Clothes   Too.ofton, thp.lCoMncll warns, .roomB. bocomo noticeably .cooler...a., lho,,   . ,,,,          ...    .,.���   thorrnostat Is satisfied and tho systom stops, I WOIK lalovos  I, (  ^j^ti^Mvm^��fi^����  iXfHiA',-,.    W��VI  ���ft^wf* $<>nv��9.\ '���  Monday n Friday  , .7,_a.ro.,A1CI. pPm��' ,.  Saturday & Sunday .  .,..,���91( "Pi��nri��,,7..7w, p.irit.,,,.,.,  r.  it \A/p*IJ R v*��**H��p��H(Msa������*t^iN  U<   , .   i   .**   ., 1  SECHHT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ..''thb'.'new   irTCyard  .To achlovo tho optlmumln hoatlno comfort, tho Council recommends .  hydronlc. heatlno 4n��whlc|^  h'oallng panes mounted on Iho oulsldo walls of tlio home.  ��� From tests madjp at-tho University of lilinolv It was demonstrate-.!  that hydronlc baseboard "^oatlno maintains up|forrr) tompcratMres from  room to room wllh a minimum difference1 In tho loniporqlMro between floor  and coillnar -"7 "~- - ;-;~- 7 ; "T"*'T"; ' " '"������; ,���������,��� "': ������  THE BENEFITS OF CONVERSION  ,    1 > ���'.���    .      , -      ������> -i  Ono way to gain more llvlnq spqco, Is to motlornko your hoatlna to  .hydronifes, Nq.wi]yilrpoJU;pj|9��suocQjrJm.a  ���|o fit In a closet and atlrnctlyo encHiflhJojHjpn^ilio family roof..,.|ho_n|?ac?,..  -soVed may'bo'enouaH'io'co^^^ plqyrbom, , ' '  fl  TWIN*CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  ���" Your������"  Glldden Paints  "��� Dealer, i  Tv(,o-Locations  1tHT��H|] W^HHQfmm.^ ^fWW>  ^P.'OTft'l*!  ��WWWW|Mlff|����l��ft��IW  .jtyt&mmwinmmvmii  ,7  *i^^m*!<m9*mHmmMmi99mmm&*  ji . , . Page B-8 The Peninsula Times   .      Wednesday, April 26, 1972   . ^       ��� . x . . . : "  April bride . .\  v   ,   ������������   \     -*-^-' v   \  Dotible ring ceremony  unites Adams, Gibson  SCARLET   and   gold   were   the   predominant   colors   surrounding   April   bride  Cora   Lynne  Gibson,   beautifully   gowned  7 in  white  lace  for  the  ceremony   held  in'  ���Gibsons   United    Church,    which���ixrrrted���  her   in   marriage   with   Collin   Arthur  Adams. ���  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Morgan Thompson of Sechelt,  and the groom is the second son of Mr.  and "Mrs. Wm. ,Adams of Edmnrrtun, Alberta.  Proudly escorted by Mr. Morgan  Thompson, the radiantly happy young  bride wore a. I'J.Jor length gown of while  net trimmed with daisies and she carried  a bouquet .of Ycd roses, yellow marque-^  rites and white chrysanthemums. The  lovely aquamarine and seed pearl pendant worn by the bride '.was also worn  by her maternal grandmother on her  wedding day.  Rev. James Williamson officiated^ at  Ihe double ring ceremony which took  place at 4 p.m. on April 8th.  ��� ��� The���groom���a-rnd---- his���attendant�����4-l���  members of the Surrey Detachment of  the RCMP, wore the scarlet ceremonial  dress of the Royal Canadian Mounted  Police, and the bride's attendants who  made their own dresses, chose polyester  material   of   flowered   pattern   in   yellow  and red which matched the red and gold  of  the  uniforms.  Looking very attractive in their floor  'length gowns and yellow picture. hats  "werO'the bridal attendants, AgTnJS- Werth,'  CoNeen Polowich and Gerry Nimmo.  They carried baskets of white marguerites and   blue  iris.  Attending the groom as best'man was  Mr.    Harry   McLaughlin    with    Mr.    Bob  "Weil/.el   and "Mr.   Ken   Smith   as   ushers.  '  The reception was held at Casa Mar-'  tinez 'at Davis Bay where the banquet  room was beautifully decorated with  white candles, baskets of yellow and  while chrysanthemums and forsythia. Mr.\  Jack .Eldred Sr. proposed the toast to  the   bride.  The bride's mother wore a floor length  gown of pink crepe with matching hat  and pink rose corsage." The mother of  the groom chose a navy and white ensemble   with   pink   rose   corsage.  The   honeymoon   was   spent   on   Vancouver   Island     and   for   travelling     the .  ""bride  wore  a  black   wool  pant  suit ~antir  white   top   coat.  The newly wed couple 'will reside at  Suite 201���17788 57th Ave., Cloverdale,  B.C.  Among the many guests from out-of-  town attending the ceremony were: the  bride's psternaf~~grandrnothej,\ Mrs. Cora  Gibson, Brussels Ont.. Mr. and .Mrs.  Wm. Adams, Barry David and Judy from  Edmonton, Alia.; the groom's parents and  family. Mr.s. O. W. Thompson, Mrs.' Ross  Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson,  all from Kitchener, Ont. Mr. and Mrs.  Allan"-Adams, Edmonton: Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Brummer, Coquitlam; Rick Brum-  mer and Jane Hamilton, Coquitlam; Mr.  , .ahd M^ Wm Fn.i-.rpst,. Surrey and from...  Vancouver, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. White;  Mr. and Mrs. D. Cripps, Mr. and Mrs.  J, Maher, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Givens and  Mrs.  Jean   Moore.  WE  BUY  BEER  BOTTLES  NYGREN SALES   GIBSONS ���    -  Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams  ���photo by  Peninsula Photographers  Sunshine Rebekahs have official visit  S      SEVEN ISLES RESTAURANT      *  AND DINING LOUNGE  ��    883-2286  ere  ^frlendlu j^eople Leather  TRY  OUR  FLAVOUR CRISP  CHICKEN    *  Tender! ��� Delicious!  Also Available  In Take-out Dinners,  Boxes, Tubs and  Barrels  FULL COURSE MEALS���SIZZLING STEAKS      x,  Highway 101 - Madeira Park  Use 'Times AdBriets to Sell, Rent-Buy. Swap. etc.  883-2286    S  S  I  r  SUNSHINE;  Rebekah  Lodge  had  its  official   visit   this   month   when   Sister  Hilda Schad, Assembly  Warden  was re-  ceived and given, the honors of office.  Sister Schad is a member of Tesh-  quoit Powell River. Rebekahs now have  two Assembly Officers in ,this area, the  other' being Sister Eileen . Smith ,who is  the Assembly Chaplain.  Attending from other lodges were Bro.  Schad P.G.; Sisters Ida* Hicks, Edith  Boniface7 Hatlie Rushant, Alice Beech-  am. Jean Fiedler. Maggie Burnett. Am-,  elia   Fletcher   and   Hilda     Clancy,   Ruth  Weston,  Sister and Bro.  Shaw.  Twenty-  three  members  attended  from .Sunshine  Lodge.  A very lovely banquet was served by  the Whispering Pines Cafe on the waterfront and the 'Visitors were mlich impressed, calling for the chef and staff so  that they could -extend a rousing^vote-  of thanks.  The meeting, held in St. Hilda's Hall,  was both informative and pleasant with  many acquaintances renewed. The Noble  ��� Grand   Sister.,���Madge^-Hans-ea���presided  Want hi ore power  without more weight  in a professional  ���chain-saw?-���  Pioneer's 3270  with new EDM Portiri  gives you that  extra power!  Come in today and find out why.  **Sl  at the meeting  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  P.O. Box 636  -Scilii'U, B.C. ~!TlMe-8��5^Z8f2      CHAIN SAWST  PIONEER  \ \  "v..  i4l(_  m  &*  &���  Honor  CARNATION  SEVEN FARMS  MILK  ���j Tall Tins   _   ROBBN HOOD  20 lb.  FRESH  Pork Butt  oasts  liffifM^-IWIi^^  R  LB.  . H&HM. &Wto*r*mf!. l.-B(��4i*Jj WJ^tftrtS(*Sl KiWW rtrtrtftl*-l"*ltT'��*JI��'***��.S'!  ox;, iiii  Smooth Grunchy,  48 ox.  HEINZ TOMATO SOUP ���  SQUIRREL PEANUT BUTTER  THE TEA THAT DARES ��,,  MONARCH SPONGE PUDDINGS, ���.-  MALLEYS DILLPICKLES Sf��" *T*:i  8 for 1.00  BLUE RIBBON COFFEE:,,  lb. pkg.  '.TOl  X-  89* PORK SUMS  BABY BEEF LIVER  . |-.M(f^ftto?,*l ftJrtfiij W-tosffM-sJty.i.*';'jl*H^.W*ta.>iVi^*ajiB,iiJt . inMt��*4k>4"ir I  lb;  SLICED  LB.  Fancy California Valencia  11    *i'.11/ ii ..Ii  IMPORTED .  77 7 ".VI  DAIRYLAND ICE CREAM'    ,  MALKINS TOMATO JUICE  .....40...,.ox,.���.���,.������,...,��.  NABOB PANCAKE SYRUP"9t ���  AUNpilMATPAiftKE MIX  !i f  B     0 ^  CANTALOUPE  fllf HMFDf CANADA No. 1  VUi.VBYllfiW WHITE SPINE  FROM  OUR* BAKERY-  i ,   \  CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLLS  RUSSIAN RYE BREAD  ........./.   each  . vt  for  i   " .f i .. i '��"  SPORT COLA CQn*do ^ry'26 ��**   -5-*or..l,00  *PlMit"dcp03|tS-  4 ' '  CANADA DRY CANNED POP ��,rw 6 0,89c  banquet  FROZEN  PIES  BEEF,. TURKEY,  CHICKEN  *****     '    !     "HHV   *>  M.-'  I  -i*i*,tt    ti *..    t*f 4 i   :���*.,.,  7.1  T:a  ���a���j;  *���____���* -"������!*��� I -,!������* l___Jj|�����������'.l  TUNA 7 u*.  tlBBYSCRIEAM-eORM-11^^  IM *><N-fl��*ai ttttW��*thWI>J����1*Jt   *��  l ., i::  ^iftW^ffp^WtM^WWt^yiw  i ��� -._ t- -,-���.��� .-,v,���-���..r���.r,���nr.,.-,,...���.-^mwtmmiitwmv��>�� jP mMm#wm+jHl BIB  ,CT .......  __ J *  mww<r*mwmiimMiii'mi'mi*ivmi&**fHf*m^  7.���;.:..,rl,,;.S$., ��n, .���,;;;;:r_., __��.-:'--  4 .1.00  i Si*^   * tin <��� d'7  KV "ff AlfllTMta-WiiMr . I ��_! '*ln����'"���  ,^1-^-W ,   �����_( -tl   !__.  1,9  'pRIfCES^ EFFECTI VE;^THU^SDAYr*APRIl4*'27'"*TO* SATU  I -*\ fi'^mi��^^f>*��i*ie^i^^fitm��  froxo-FroxciT"  CUT BEAMS  S5*lbr-'pkBr"48ir  TRAItTBAY-CENTRE-^SECHELT  Phono 885^028  < i *J '��� '    �� '  ''   ���.  ). '>  885-9823 Bnkory :    88B-9812 Moat Dopt.  Wo Roioiryo Tfio Right To Limit Quapttitloa  mm��*<��A��k>!��'Wm  *m^'<��m��iwmm��imm^wm��mt&&  ^^fWfi^^^    M^P<W    ^m^^mw^f    iVMiW    jiPI^WBW^    ^mMSJMmmWW    t$mmKmm%W ' 0BNHRKHH    0^mK^f^W   jpflPPf^**^    jflRmH&WNm    MNm^^HRR    0^BG^^m    ^tMt^Kmwm^    F"MMv    ^kw^mfKHKlF    ^^mwK^Wt%W    &97_WW/W   ^i^pip^w_,   r--     i ������ -��� I ' * ���  \  mm i >i��wiqiww��if4��*^MM��i^^  IT  m*tmummmimmm(h-  mtwmm#ii*WH���mittifoiiim��*  'i   t   M/|   i   t   >   i'i   *   ��   t   * '��   ��   ���*   tt1*   *   t  ��*'* *  *># # t  * �� !�� $i i f �� <' t  .      f      i>    *       '     "J      ���<    *      "     (     -t'f    r  f   ��t<  ���1H*��^��BW��fWt^W*tii^  ii #����   t  j* ,k ,*   �� ��* m  mm��^i^mim.mmm^m^m��^m  mHmmmm  timiff'tiM'^Pi Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April, 1972 Page B-  A huge  These youngsters from  Sechelt have reason to  smile after landing this  monster. Jigging for cod  along the Sunshine Coast is  catch  becoming more popular  year after y, e a r, as a  change in pack from salmon fishing.      j  Marine parks offer seclusion  Always! Something Unusual  Looking f<j>r  the unusual? I certainly isn't  This  wolf  eel;   caught at j the mill sea  Porpoise I ay near Sechelt 1 find in. area \\  the rup of  ife one can  aters.  FOK tho outdobr.srr.an who  realh wants to get away  from it all The Sunshine  Coast ha�� marine park* tha'  oKer seclusion and exre'lonl  fishing grounds���providing, of  course, you have the1 transportation  Plumber Cove Marine Park,  on the northwest coast of  Keat^ Island, which is in  Himc Sound across from Gibsons, has 10 dampsites, six  picnic tables and nine mooring  buoys. Drinking water is available. Accessible by boat only.  Park is -located1 at the north  end of Welcome Passage, 12  mi'es northwest of Sechelt.  Anchorage, swimming, fishing.  Carry your drinking . water.  Boat  access  only:  Wlyle not actually on the  Sunshine Coast Princess  Louisa Marine Park is located  at the head of Princess Louisa  Inlet off Queens Reach of  Jervis Inlet about 90 miles  north of Vancouver. Mooring  floats, anchorage, spectacular,  Chatterbox Fal.s. Drinking  water  is  available.. Accessible  Mileaae irom  Langdale, terry  Gibsons ..-   Roberts   Creek         Sechelt       .< .., ^ 7...  Wesj   Secjielt!  '...._    Halmoon  Bay.    Madeira Park;    37  Kleindale ...:.....-.   44  Egmont   |_7. ......  54  1  20  26  Smugglers      Cove      Marine     by  boat  only.  & APPLIANCES  ���V V T* 1  ZENITH  and  Electrohome  Color - Black and White  T.V. ind Home Entertainment  Service  OUR FAVORITE FISHING  The  Heart of The Sunshine Coast  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  & SERVICE LTD.  Phone 88!"-9816  iiiimiiwmm  DBBD  Box 799, Sechelt  4���o  i  cine a,  U  ti  dccLlion . ,     ii!. i-.  :. ,  Fboje B-2 Sunshine" Coos* Outdoor Supplement, Apnl; 1972  _    _ i - i   |  No need io run  can  ^ -���*:?" I  "WEajCSvDS away from tcrsrar  "-what a great "way io relax  ..?. except   -for ] the  jammed  ~htffH-n,-ay-^ the packed peaches,  the ? crowded    campsites,  the  7 srbax of outboard motors and  tbe _ever-present" blare of Iran-  . sist-sr racEcs!-�� ^ j     |   j      * , .  -   | ISSth   solitude"   and j silence  " "be^rniTig as rare    -as    the  "���^hooping   crkaEi   riai^y    formerly ardent Tspekeutjsrs are  ���ten-Trig  towards-   th^ir   own  ����rdehs for privacy J arsd peace  ciiidodrs.    "With!' landscaping  abd outdoor    living  projects,  -ihej^ are. creating th^ir   ora  personal miles^EronJ-Eaiywijers  enrironmsnt onjy ajfejv yards  from    home; ~knd|   yacatLan  time Incomes a! lew pleasant  -^hours  in  the   evening!    or A~  "Ereekend   of relaxation     that  ���F&SSr lasts all -ss-eeke&d.  ���The  traditional  wood  decs  -cr" patio   is siSl    a  favorite  tRiild-ir-yomsell   pro;.ecL   tout  s.. 5a7fho-sryIe garden] retreat  offers   the   .added 'appeal   of  ���iotaj   "separation    from    the  . Ihouse. The    .actual*   distance  need   x_>l .be  great,   lor  the  ��� principles  of  Japaiesfe   landscaping can be fused id create  th^ ��Illusion  of j isolation  and  Tbe  retreat {itself   can   be  -simple  and   essy   to Ibuild������  an attractive, 3ightweig"ai post- .  TSesi-  erii Hed Cedar, lor example,  -Kith a cedar shingled roof  pitched to encourage air; rix-  cjZatiQn ?t-H large enough to  shelter   a   compact., deck   of  3i3uiit-in benches���again  :^TTT'pip. structures of 2x4 cedar  y?a?.a'ke the hide-away useable  al| jail times; no need to drag  on. garden _ furniture _ before  -joh can. relax. -    " " -  ftp^keep? Xo ; problem!  "Svestem Hed Cedar can _. be  Istl  -unfinished    and   it   -Kill  ana  -Bother in time lo an attrac-  til-fe sil\er-grey color" .that  "b bends perfectly  ;-witb    its  ikrden surroundings.; Or  cipase  a natural,  semi-trans-  sarent or heavy-bodied stain  tor exterior use from your  iumber  dealer and brush  on  j boat-or two in the tone you  PT  I  {Tie create the right j atmosphere and surroundings for  outdoors Shangri-La,:  itrngs should be dense and  sjeen. Include s. good variety  cbmfers:- thirte, sheltering"  ptnes. regal Sis. spruces for  tSsrr "cool blue-green ~shade..  -3roadleaf evergreen 'shrubs!  "WiH rr^teh-the setting, too J  planted so.that their,branches!  Izuer-weave. And deciduous,  sljhibs can be used to form  ag ^outer circle nf. summer _  ct��er._ -with   low   "evergreensj"  ferns. I beaihs and beathers  running back into the shaded  areas.]       J"  Two Tina* touches: pathways  should be meandering/ and  mysterious, never "direct, to  heighten the sense of isolation  and escape; jand to prolong  the hours j of being away-  from-it-all| Install low voltage  lighting among the striibs to  give the-area its own special  roagie; at fdusk and through  the evening hours.  /^���///V^//////////���////////////////>^  prinidng water  - SC.&RRY5 drinking  -waterf  in  : - a few of- the brief descriptions does not indicate a com-  " plete absence of rwater; there  may be a river, or stream fjow-  . ing through or by; a park.  "Carry-~ drinking --water" only  means" that the parks .branch  cannot certify~~the natural supply as ..safe. In a park, only  Teater from jarks branch* installations has reasonable ��aro-  Picnic  Quiet, secluded picnic  areas such as this cne are  found   dotted,  along    the  dotted  Peninsula!  teetion. Ifyou use water from  other soiirdes and are not; sure  ���boil or ��� otherwise ' purify _ it"  before drinking f_\.. Remember,  contaminated iwater ' 7 often  looks as clear and inviting as  aincontaminated * wat^1.  r.  -.     -������!       ________ ��� '-  up. your  hours %-tn ^the i^suh<  ���*�����-�����_..  leisure  with  ^cbterful casual wear,  t~~ -.������..  ���������-; .= JV  PUT-TOGETHERS  IN TRAIL BAY PLAZA  MEN'S SHOES AND CLOTHI  LADIES' SHOES AND BAG  FOR DISCRIMINATING SHOPPERS  Trail Bay Plaza 885-9838  885-9519 Sechelt, J.B.C.  /////////*//1 /'//���' i i / i.///'/ i /���///'rf;  vm___WMMBr*Mfm_vmmia___  m\ STUDIES  indicate    that,    al  though inexperience'd boat  operators are responsible for  many mis laps on our waters,  a majority of accideits are  caused by thoughtlessness on  '. the part of seasoned skippers.  A- thorough knowledge of  what constitutes good seamanship is not a complete jguaran-  tee against emergencies. While  these are important factors in  assuring greater - safety afloat,  they, can:iot take thie place  of constant awareness' of the  "unwrittei rules" of common  sense anc courtesy  mon den Dminators  boating. A' combination of  both  is essential.   '     j '.  Over] oading and Over-  powe: ring i  Overloading is one. of the  big faults of small boat operators and. one of thie major  causes   oi   boating   accidents.  The' maximum load and  horsepow er should not exceed  that reconmended on \ the DoT  capacity plate where lit is re-  quiredtc   be shown. 7 ���'  portable tank :s used, remove  it from the t oat and fill i  ashore. Don't over-fill. Wipe  up   any   spillage,   safely   dis  posing  wipers.  all  fuel  tank  Before  start  Securely  clost.  openings,  ng  the  engine  Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, Ap"l/ 1972 Page B-3  Thoughtlessness is out ...  Safer boating practices mean a much happier holiday for you  ' open up and ventilate all com  . partments   tho roughly.  Starting Cutboard Motor:;  People are often tossed ou:  : of small  boat;   when starting;  ; the motor. Be sure the clutel i  . is disengaged and the throttltt^  ' is at  the  "sta -t" position.  Si  the  com- -i down hefore lulling the star  of     safe ��� ter  corcl- or  turning  the  key  : Watch  for  those  models   tha:  can be started in gear.  Boat  Trailer.  A car towirg a boat traile  can be twice i s long and mortf;  difficult to m inoeuver than ;  car   alone.   Allow   extra   dis  tance   for   stepping,   ^turrfe'i  and passing, 71a ve ample and  effective -waning   lights  and  brakes. Be sure.the hitch arid  couDlings   are   strong   enough  to do the towing job required.  One simple rule: if 'the* boatM w?ehe  tha\   K tfafler"-   arid  ^    mSrln-rtAH      it ' hmhahlv f .^ ���eet   ���' tTOVmOil    motO .  vehicle laws.. Dovnot overload  looks .overloaded, it iprobably  is:, -in,- smaller -crafts,. oever  overload. Be sure toj balance  the load properly ancl do not  change seating positions when  underwav.  And, if the water is rough,  stay on jshore.  and check tie trailer befor  each trip and at regular inter  vals when tr i veiling.  Water Skiing  Reckless operation of boat  towing   skiers   is   an   offenc  under the Criminal Code and  could  result  in  a fine up  15  $500 and the logs of the privilege  of  driving   a   boat   for-  one year.  The chief effences are operating in swimming areas, confined waters ;oo close to shorj  installations and too close t)  boats either moored or underway. -  Failure to ha.ve a second  responsible p erson aboard th 7  tow boat to observe the skier  and ,pass or information ��>-  ceived from:he skier's signa's  , , to the boat driver as well as  equippe   ^ skiing   from   one   hour   after  Safety   Equipment  Power   boats .   and   sailing  craft not over 18; feet jin length.  m u s t,    in    accordance    with  Small     Vessel ��   Regulations,  have   on   board7 an  .approved  ���DoT   lif ijacket : or   lifesaving ���  cushion       for    _eachj    person ^  aboard,   two   oars   and   row- j  locks   on two   paddles  and   a j  bailing Jbucket  or    ljn a n u a 1 ]  pump.   Navigation   lights   are j  required!   for   operation   after ���_  dark.   This   safety   equipment  is alsb recommended for row  boats and canoes.  If   tha   boat   : is  with  ad inboard  miter,.' per- ; sunset to      . rige are ,  manent]^ fixed or bi ilt-in fuel ifences     und|r     ^.0^^!  tanks oif a cooking or heating 7 Code  appliande that ojirnsj liquid^ or j.     Th& Cana<*an Water skf ^  gaseous, fuel, one Cdaigs Bi fire7 sociation ad���iseS all mers to  extinqulsher is r-equir.ed. . ..,.   j ;      iacket -of  i  On  biats  under -18 feet-In I .w     . -, ^ 3*~    * ?"   , . (lt  V      it.   iu . '.. ���"       4.-i"  special desigi for water skiers  length  Ithe   safety   equipments      .,, .y .,       ......  -^f-T-J -\j n_*_*A  ;���^7,j-;-���7 will provide the greatest prq-  requireq. is listed  ir  Safety  Of th  the Department J of "jFransport,  Ottawa.  Lifejjackeis  more than fwo hund-  'Boating %  tection.  Gov ernment-zapprove d  Guide'/ ipubisKed   by 7 f^.10"-  ^^^^P'"^,  o^VrtorU-l^f -kr^^rJ-Z' Mejaeketst are not designed for  water   skiing.   Ski   belts   are  not recomm  could keep  skier on the  arrives.  Diver's  When   a  snded.    but . they  an   unconscioi is  surface until he  P  Flags  red   flag  white diagonal strip is observed, staj clear. The fUg  means a di /er is underwater  in that are,. and interfere��� e  Doat could be dan-  dred. pejople who drown from  boating mishaps each year,  eighty per cent are without  life jackets.  The   law   requires     that   a  DoT-approved     lifejacket     or  iifesavhjig   cushion,   n serviceable   condition, .be     provided";  for each person' abc ard. Non- ���  swimmers   and -   chaldren   in ,j  boats  snould  wear jlifejackets \  at all times and others when ;|  water    conditions   warrant.  Lifej< ckets cannot guaran- j  tee sur /ival in every boating '  acciden; but they are of no [  help at all if not readily:]  availab e when needed. '  7 Lifejj ckets   should     be   in- |  spected   at   regular   intervals-;   v   ajiti   uc   copi  and replaced if: fovnd  defec-j  not to overioad  tive. Tliey should not be used |. -  Departme it     of  as   cuslaions  or ;-boat' fenders  with  by another  gerous.  Self-Pre pelled   Boats   aji|d  Sailing  Craft  Even thd 'simplest small  boat requires' 'some skill in  handling. Nj-person shouldgo  out alone ir a canoe, rowboj.t  or sailing c aft unless he is a  good swin mer, and reall y  knows how to handle the  craft. Balance the load properly   and  be   especially   careful  Transport  approved   llfejackets   or   lif4-  ��� ���!��     Refueling    i-  A teaspoon of g^dline can I  have tl le explosive power of v  a stick of dynarnitei; Use extra ;cau tion ���when refueling: j  : ��� Make sure the -h<��iai is sec- i  lireiy 1 mared Mid passengers j  ashore during: -:Veft eling.. Do |  riot sm oke^ strike r latches or f  flip -on switches while tanks i  are being filled.; Stap all en- j  gines,7fians or devices likely to |  produce sparks. Ext nquish all I  liquid pr gaseous ; :uel burn-1  ing ,ap])'liarices. Clo^e hatches |  and; dq >rs.  Whei7 refueling,   keep   the  hose   riDozle   in ''contact   with!  saving cushions in serviceable  condition are mandatory on  sailing craft for each person  on board and arje recommended on rowboats| and canoes.  Non-swimmers land children  should wear lifejackets at all  times  when  in boats.  If a storm arises, point the  bow into the wind. This may  prevent   capsizing.  Reduce the amount of canvass on sailing , craft at once  if a storm arises.  If the boat should turn over,  keep calm and| stay with it.  Cling lightly to! the boat and  let the water support most of  the body weighi.  Training       ;  Know the latest rescue  breathing technique. The procedure is so simile a child can  learn to use it. Call your local  Red Cross or St.. John Ambulance for  instruction.  Owners and . operators ' of  pleasure boats and small commercial craft should obtain  the 'Boating Safety Guide',  published by the Department  of Transport- arid ��� should also  be familiar witih the Small  Vessel Regulations,  Improve       knowledge     and  skills by taking recognized  boating courses. Three such  courses are: a comprehensive  course on boating, conducted  by the Canadian Power Squadrons: a home study correspondence course, sponsored  by the Canadian Boating Federation and an elementary  course, published by the Canada Safety Council.  Be Courteous  Reckless operation of motor  boats at high speeds can he  particularly dangerous because their wash or wake can  capsize other craft, threaten  swimmers and damage shore  installations and moored vessels. The practice of riding  the gunwales is one of the  common operator violations of  safe boating and has caused  n my accidents through lack  of   control   in   an   emergency.  Operators are once again  reminded that reckless operation is dealt with under the ,  Criminal Code which provides  fines up to $500 and a possible ban of-operation on any  Canadian, waters for one year.  Safe. Coaling  Tips  Advise "someone  of planned  destination   and ' approximate  time of rettlrn.  Mark safety equipment wit!  either name or boat' numbers  This facilities identification ir  case of :an  aecideriti  Check:   the   marine   weather  forecast before  taking a'boa  out on open water.  Keep a good lookout at~"a.l  times Avhen   underway.  Fisherman's  paradise her&  "WHILE salt water fishing pre  dominates the local scen��3  abundant opportunity exist!  for the fresh water stream an|  lake fisherman.  Many   delightful1 lakes   a'r  available  by  seaplane and o|  fer   a   wonderful    retreat   fcjr  those who seek complete soli  tude.   For   others   who   prefejr  easier   access,   large   lakes  also  available  by  auto. ^  ����� All fishing tackle and boai|  ing   requirements   are   reasdr  ably prced and available rigljt  here.  And   while  you are  at  it-  don't fcrget the unforgettablfe  trail rides and camping areas  .�� * �� ,  *,w***;\  s  s.~  AIRWAYS  LIMITED  C6IHC  ightseeing Flight  1 -'  Schedule Flights  to  Vancouver,  Ndnaimo,  Pender Harbour and  Jervis Inlet  ACL  FLIGHTS  BY  RESERVATION  Charter Flights To YOUR  Favorite Vacation Area  the   filler   pipe lot  to avom a static spark. If a i  gas   tank  L*  CALL TYEE  AIRWAYS  LIMITED  DIRECT PHONE LINES  Vancouver 685-4922 ��� Nana.mo 753-2041 ��� Sechelt 885-2214  NEXT TO GOVERNMENT -DOCK, PORPOISE BAY, SECHELT, B.C.  THE LEADER IN MARINE ELECTRONICS  !>ALES  HEAD  OFFICE: Vancouver,., 1328 West'Pender Street  Tel. 684-5377, Telex 04-508^765  BRANCH OFFICES: Victoria, 25 Dallas Rpad,-386-8375  Steveston, 398 Moncton, 277- \ 178  Radar  Auto Pilots  Echo Sounders:  Radio Telephones  Compasses  Clocks  Barometew  Binoculars  Sextants  Marine" Publications  Navigarionar Inst.  Compass Adjusting  I 44 1  H  Poge B-4 Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April., 1972  - . fi | = ?l   . -      ' '.    J  Imagination]only .I* j I -  *** ������     i    ��� ��� ��� .  That old jpatio  made  --=:"-      I i-       oi  BORED -with youi. patio?  It-1 ihe edge oi the deck, the iaQ-  5&r>TiiS   never    bannan  arsdi!  est  as   a  background   against  i  J.  J  should   never    bappen  needn't. Any time the patio"  appearance doesn't inatch that  of the house or doesn't satisr*  the; osraefs >ense f of:, beauty  .and ^TabiEty. that's the fe:.  to start ane-ar. }    I  - t- Z 4  Inside    tbe" hoiiaE. ,fair^==5  -sroa't hesitate  to re-JEmi  Hoar or re-do an entire xoori  -when it begins to looldshabbyi *  "Why not take the fsajne arti-jj  taupe to * outdoor living spaceif  if it isn't right���remoaeL __ 21  ~7\ Solutions' generalhj aren"tj  difficult to conceive $r exac'^i  ute. The answer is |ften a=j  simple  as -covering  old  pa^rj  iig.- adding screens cff ffncesj  - *  _t  -    - - ��� I  piTVSCV, - ro-   -irrviaTTT.3.   si  est  as   a  background   against  the rvKthn.rj fences. "With the  addition  of screens for prir-  ". ��cy.   a   once-drab  patio  thus  S" takes a _ests^ role -schich com-  ! ianes the best features of both  | home .and garden.   _    _  i   -iTSTestem Sed  Cedar Sis  the  }  ideal "material  for .this  type  " exterior use. It has a na-  ral  resistance to .the  -weather; it -still accept almost any  type  or" color  of stain  or -it  can "be left untreated to -srea-  ther  to- an ; attractive ; silver-grey:  and it is  easy for the  iir to cut and shape T^ith  ci  for:  planting plan.  "Unilding    a  sinple hand; tools. Cedar 2x4s  laid on  edge create ajpartic-  uiariy   attractive   surface*  for  decks.-      -   I    -      ���-     {   :  jTTith     the  -ne-s-r " -" deck"    in  deck  over; an   existing  ratie*   P?3.^ ���aS^ the time-tojise  :may. in-fact, prodoce* advan.4   2��?Z. reducm5  other  garden  tages other than crsaritig fresSs  ! 1  i _ -  new  ij-srooa----  -��� iUdi  space for outdoor livihg. Aarf.  Sward- steps  do-wnj tij grade.  for instants, can be^eliininated  " by raising a deck to the ieval  of the- interior floors. ���{Tbe xe"7  suit is an attractive^ visual an?  functional * unity betsreen in?-  "Hoots and 'outdoors^ tie steps  can then be built -vrhere thejVj  lightly belong, connecting thie"  . new. living, deck to thsl rest csEj  -the ^garden.   - 1    j i {  - An equally attracnye co:��{  cept is to]create an  for relaxation by onikimg Zi  new; deck \ raised | vvo fe=��I  above an existing _pa��o and"  separated from the tssi of the:  samtenance to -a mmnmum:  xise mulches ^Tid ground cover  in flower beds to reduce weed  growth" and -conserve moisture;  lay polythene sheeting* -unaer  deck and graveHed surfaces  to prevent -Breed and grass  seeds .from ^propagating: - and  "use a variety of plant containers for easycare color exactly where you .want it..  [JC 3QATTNG DON'T; Don't  Tf,^0^! - carry out-dated- - charts- "arid  .t^tar.a";   related   publications - iri  your  boat.   Always  -use the: latest  KHTecfed editions at all times.  S BOATING TIP���Head for  bousei Tne effect of a| "floatil * the closest safe anchorage or  ing" surface 'can be empha^r jahdin�� when a storm thfeat-  ized-by graduating the heagbjc* eis. and avoid the temptation  of plans: tbe lowest fnesreit     to "brick it." - f- .  -    ���* '4 ft     4 ��1*      -   ,        -- ��� -       - -      k :  I     .  JO THE  SUNSHINE  coin  Tuesday'  ���^S-W..'.^'..  Lr'-V.:  -.'������,,.  ���r-jwe-wwAT*.  ?  -  ;���;  -  II             :   !  - !  \  ���'      "  i           1  i.  1  :  '^1  i _  GARIDEN TABtE  and|bench  Here's a variation of the tra iitionat  picnic talfie that is both utlitarian  and pleasing to the-eye. Its al -round  sealing wAl handle's party (f eight  ���with ease^  'Prefabricate the top first, having  vorked out your measuremi :nts on  paper. Start in the centre ai d- simply nail l"x4" .pieces rou id and  jbnnd a rentral core. Brace the un-  demeath-|ath two,-stripsof 2'<._x���4',. .  iThe f{|ir -uprights  are  2"x6"  5upporte<_|7by twhi cross beams of  2"x6" meeting Jn the centre..-Nidi ;  securely aid add the-seat of 2'jxl0"i-.  or2"xl2|jplanks;TiKtedat the cor-' ���  jieis. Brace each corner linderneatit  vith two |5igbt angle metal.; straps  per-cornepaiid toe-nail together for ���  added strength, fow nail the top ;  securely to the four upnghtSiCpat  ���Hithpresfb-auyeforlojigerrlife.  a base  ; butted tig idy tb-  xl2"  Fy^NTERJBEN^H  Heies-a Ojjji. square-garden-inrmin-  iatoejTvheh-you cahsaanii ��3fiora  &e:seat' soik>undiri__;it7  - 4i4.        _^_^  The base tSjx dansists of  of 2"x 6'|pla ��� ���  gether with sides of double 2'  beards mitred together and 1 docked  av^he corpus. The.Jower'bSard.'is  3iotdied to?canyvthe:jfour:--: ,.!!-j.4Y  ' crossbars lhat jpass'through :o sup-  j��rt the seats. Paint the inside of  ihe-planter;thorou__*hly with asphalt  as a protection against the so B.Add  _ft42"x6^or 2"3 8" cedMseat  HOURS OF SERVICE]  Ii  SECHELT  Thursday 10:00 ^Tftv3:00_ p^m.  J*rtdayiiib:0O a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  1   I    ' "-"      - ! =    ��  "    -  Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00|ffc.mv  -!  THE HELPFUL BANK  ONTHESUNSH  COAST  jit's The  I  j:  oo  ore  ACROSS FROM PARKER'S HARDWARE  Cowie Sf reet, Sechelt, B.G, Box 776  Phone 885-9063  1  Complete jLine of  HEALTH FOODS  aJs07  with|va!ncouveN -I "^  i  ���������i ���" mmmmmmmmmmmmm  _____  _______  _________      '���' '  Wt      ROUNE  V TRIP  _____z'.  Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement,  April, 1972 Poge B-5  1-A  IL  COUVER (BAYSH0RE INN) --  NANAIMO -- SECHELT  PENDER HARBOUR -- JERVIS INLET  and NELSON I!  VANCOU  ER  i  SECHELT  12.00- one way 20.00 return  16*00 one way 32.00 return  tb VANCOUVER -Phone for Businessman's Special  SECHELT to  10.00 one way  E  NANAIMO  20.00 *eturn  Friday}. Night .and  May 15 to October 10 15.00  unday Niijht only  return  Pender Harbour to Downtown  Vancouver (Bqyshore)  40 Minutes Flying   -  /  3 Flights Daily -  15 - Oct. 10   16.00  OFFICE lOCATED AT UOYPS STORE  ZEnith 6416  one way  BETWEEN���  Vancouver Harbour - Nanaimo & the  LIMITED  Charters - International - Schedule  SERVING���  Vancouver - Nanaimo - Gibsons f- Sechelt -  Pender Harbour  CONNECTING  FLIGHTS  fO-  Nelson Island - Jervis Inlet-Narrows Arm-  Sechelt    Inlet  Sunshine Coast  y  VANCOUVER  685-4922  NANAIMO  753-2041  Write Box 640 - Porpojse Boy - Sephelr, B.C.  SECHELT  885-2214  / Poge B^6 Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April, "1972  iMHMMMMWMUl  BankofMontreS!  * Tl^FirstCah^SanBar^c)  ���'._-��� j     | J. .        I  Vacation  Home  miii  ���-.��  Loans:  Well help W* ger'owoy  from It oil. -  3-1  Discovered the cottage of; your  dreams? The property you've  always wonted?. Bank of Montreal  cori help you buy or build the easy  way ��� with', a Vocation Home  "Loan. We'll! lend you up to  510,000 towards 75%, of the  value of the property ���. at a lew  interest rate of 115* per annum.  You can take up to 10 years to  repay. The collateral you provide  -is the-very" property you buy plus  the covering fire insurance. j  Of course,.you can.repay in full  at any time -without penalty. And  the! loan is j life-insured at no  extra charge.]  . _   _���   - I  Contact your Bank" of Montreal  Manager: See how easy owning p.  vocation home can be. We wai|t  you. to have a great place to go  for vocations^ * "      j  y/e fvtrant you>a get yonr moneyjs  -worth. !   -  Gibsons���886-2210  Frank Dougherty  Sechelt���885^2221  * Ernie ^both ��  Peaider Harbour-^���  883-2423    I  ken.O"C6ffey:: ~  !Ehis^45-pouiider {^ve or lake a few ounces)   was landed  at Porpoise  - "*        -        'Bay near Sechelt I  DEALERS  for  CHAIN SAW  , * HOMILITE  :* ST1HL  .-*��� SKILL  * Mcculloch  and PARTS :  OUTBOARDS  !MER��'  :���; ,   M     !  Complete Parts  j Department  \  MARINE SUPPLIES  ��� UK JACKCTSj  * 5TKR1N0 WHIllS  :* MPPLES:l| " Ir :-\  ���iDCTIl|GUlf HIRS  L  .J^GAS CANS  * WEDGES   j  * RAFTING *  * COLDSHUpS  -IS  PHONE *886-9626  - i-  - - - j.  -At-^ =^  4*~  *���� 5_ ��� .=��     la's n. *-^   ^_x--  -^ TYPES jOF YARNS  Machines  & JOKES  INSE - CANDLES  VESTS - PC NCHOS  Sunshine Coost Outdoor Supplement, April; 1972 Page B-7  ispermg rmes  OFFERS BOTH  Delectable Cuisine, Relaxing Atmosphere amd  Waterfront  View  DAILY  Meals - Snacks  Luncheons  SPECIALTY  DISHES^.  BANQUET FACILITIES  By Reservation  On  The Waterfront���Overlooking frail Bay  in  the Heart of Sechelt  Gourmet Style Cooking  885-��769 \  ttfc  IES and  MFECTIONERIES  OPEN DAILY  11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  Across from ^efius.Depot  KITCHEN  W7)4^.  MATERIALS AND SERVICES  PLUMBING ��� HEATING  CHIMNEY CLEANING- ��� ROOFING  Soles &��� Service  Box 798, SeeKelr, B.C - Cowrie St - 885-2021  iuuuuuiiuuuuuliiiiiMM��"'*r****^******'^**^***"**J""' "        "' " "* -. i  Poge-B-8 Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April, 1972  M  I  Big Maple Motel  y   . : AND fTRAIL!ERf RESORT  I R.R. l! (Davis Boy) "Sechelt, B.C.  %  Jour,  " Canada's. Iscenic Suhshine Coast; is easily j  .accessible by boat, car or plane;" Offering "  on unparalleled vacationlarid with "a climate;  "second to ncoe  TContinent.  ^   -   !  The Sunshin-f  1"  on the'entire North iAmerican __  i:    I      -       :   --      ,i  Coastjis a -54 mile stretch oj,*  JidKdcy paraclisk. For tne^sportsmanj there are. f  salmon, fishing  .Sheltered   coves  "water, end cleat spark! ing lakes, invite picnics, \  -swimming/ waferskiihg,   sailing/ scuba  and *  .slan diving. | Neighboring |in1ets- and  islands i  tempt the explorer and everywhere; the view I  pf the s_eq, mountains end  grouper's d  #  I x  1  j -" '"- f " . "  " I        -  Just. 14 miles fronilLangdaie on the Sunshine Coast Highway 101,  and, only three, minutes "walk to the best sctndy beach in the! area?  Landscaped grounds ���| 'Pitting Green -=��� Horshoe pitch ��� Golf course  nearby"��� Salmon and! Sfeelhead. fishing ���j|Camping. Bus stops at  Motel or we! will pickj up! in-Sechelt from seaplane base or airportJ  '-.. 7 .  I !_ ��� -    ���   .  . '  "-_^'iA'P'."--^^'''-" I*' c  * r  if  Located at f Davis Bay - >ytlsonJCree|c  Your Hosts t .; . Lev^ and Lee Baldw  Phone 885-9512 | Sechilt, B.C.  Z_W-__-_m___u___u_uwm,m9mf-_____w,mmmm9  . -tf's^S^S-^  Daily Rates  14 miles from Langdale. Clean, quiet and  i      -*       7  nicely landscaped .. , Recreation to suit you.  .   . ���        -J.-        t  J Swimming,   golfing,   fishing,   hiking,- beach*  1   " -J "  __ combing/1, 2 and 3-robm housekeeping units.-  ] All electric, cabfevision, trailer and,camping.   JTajJer  an<j  Cdfnjpsife  I spaces: Bectricity, sewage and water. Clean    Two Persons, One Campsfre7  a   - ~    ,-���"-    7 t, Each Additional   Person        *      "   --  i washrooms and showers.  '7        '   .     -      |    ���-    r   : -  $10.00  ! 1-12.00  'M 4.00  One   Person  .  Two Persons, One Double hed _  Two Persons, One Double, One Single  Y,ttw*'  Three Persons, One Double, One Single Bed  SI 5.00  FourTPersons, One Double, Two Singles :  $16700  Daily Rates  $ 3.00  .50  ���6:   -'.  ENQUIRE. FOR OFF-SEASON RATES  "i -L- Nbn-resid&nt boatsfneed B.C. licences  anj  v.  WHILE   fesider  djo not require  kind,  by    noti  and  owned  atfely  CaAada  vessels  ion  ate*i  wh.  ary  paj  follpws  vessel  thai  tertJd or rented  is-: jless than 15  or agencies;  in Canada  ch transport  vessels   ar��  vessel  ts   of   Canada  a licence  of  3  owned  pri-  ���residents    of  charter, or rental  by   corporat-  not incorpoi'-  which fish or  or. tow* auxill-  required   tb  licjence   fees    as  is not char-  ���or fishing ancl  feet in overall  PORTABLE  RADIOS  AI^ID  8 TRACK AND  CASSETTE^  SHOES jf  ^  ���%  GAM  ilA*?  *M  length, $15; 15 feet or more  but less than 30 feet in overall lenjth, $25; 30 feet or  more bit less than 40 feet in  overall' length, $50 and 40 feet  or mor��  in overall length, $75.  A vessel that is chartered  or rented for fishing and is:  less thin 30 feet in overall  length, $100; 30 feet or more  in over; M length but less than  15 tons' registered net tonnage,  $200 and 15 tons registered  net ton lage or more, $400.  Nonrt sidents of Canada de  siring more details  application forms  ed write licence section?  eries  Service,  1090  der    St.,   Vancouver  or  contact   the  officer   or  office  ii  Columbia.  or  licence  ^re request-  Fish-  West Pen-  1,    B.C.  fisher  in  British  Pender Harbour���Miles of    vide fishing  of every de-  protected waterways   pro-    scription.  ne irest  + BOATING DON'T: Don't  stand up 'or change seats in a  small boat, particularly when  the boat is full. Unnecessary,  crouch low and keep the  weight on the boat's center-  line, holding on tq both gunwales.  %  tftf  nn\$g  ^  *��o  ES  ''     '- 1  * !  Vltf*  YA^N  ^  &F  &  CAR   SEATS  -  S1  tfF  ^W  <^  ty  *o  rf*  &s  FOLlilNG  BABY  GV^*  *&  APPl IANCES  \  PICNIC  S13PP^ES  ^Oi  fA/0  VMt^  ^  GOLD  FISH  ZlNO  tu*��*_  #**  YOUR  @OI1EG]0GJ0  CHIMNEY  and  Oil  Stove or  Heater  CLEANING  Fast - No Mess - Vacuum CIei^|Bng^  COASTLINE PLUMBING  885-2021  GAMES  AND  TOYS   FOR   RAIWY  DAYS  ste  EPlW6  BA6S  ^iyis  Centex  .s^c  ptA!  r��WEii  -%  ec^��  rtvvs  **<*>'  ,^s  -c*  &>H  *v  s&  pS��  s'  \*e*��  POSTCARDS  LAMPS  <^  <*T  5*  DEALER  (^ampbeltd    Uarieti  ip(  TRAIL  BAY  CENTRE,   SECHEiLT      PHONE   885-2335  '<*  c������s  v,ore,,APE*  AA/o  *<*  J-CLOTHS  *'*  f  dLtd.  *��  -SPORTSWEAR  .**i  %,  %  %  &  ui  r-  <  Q.  -D-  U  ui  _j  CO  <  CO  o  a.  SU^IISIQ  LINGERIE  ^cco��  L��TlOlU  Q  ��hl  *nir  ���<*w  ��x  s*��  &  &*.  *&  &s  i.MY.G-  FOR  ,p^  &*S  p$&  *S*^  fr*  PORT  fr*  A*LE 8  T^Act  Att  A6ES  playL  PET SUPPLIES  FOAM  PWLLOWS gage B-10 Sunshine Coott Outdoor Supplement;.. April, 1972  Marine Electronics  Telephones  Depth Sounders  .��� |  Be.];  TVfRfPAlftS  ? ~ >���  ���, I -  Sales - Service  Wheiuwerj You Have Electronic Troubles  Exjiertl Worloriansliip  ��� ���  We Check  -/ . I*   -   - j.  Service . J .  . . ond Repair  i . - *  TED JiEXANDER  HARBOUR ELECTRONICS  Garden Bay, B.C.J  .Phone 883-2726 |  lOCATED AT HARBOR MA1UNX SHELL ILOATD  M '    "      ?     -       1-        .   < "  l  l  MARINA  CHARM BOATS SCENIC TOURS  ! EXCEUINT FISHING  Launching Ramp  Gas ���Oil  Ample Parking  |  i Boat Rentals  Outboard \ and] Inboard  1 Repairs  "     '        1  Accommodations and Meats in  close proximity}  LIVE  *AND  FROZEN  BAIT  ^THECREAT^  ���fUU(AND EXOTEAfeHf  for Brochures andi Reservations virr/fe  885-956  ' Jackf and Jeannie.- Mercer  | BUCCANEER mMiNA :  R:R7il-^BflflTmocHv Bay, B;C.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY  I |- " -*'" Tji .-]  Welcomes you to the Sunshine Coast  And Invites you to view these  WATERFRONT i LOTS  iBMijianffiiii!!^  1  A  located at Sm^T"Hook justj lb minutes from the heart  of Sechelt ^ajbfock topped &od. loch Ic* offers easy  access to sandy beachJ-jAlI services available.  -:   ! -I ill  Priced ot $12>500  _.    .-'���..���   ;. j   j   .   :       |fj      -   - -  ."- "WHS Terms "AvGilciBJe  -    . _.      !   |   J i'J   '  -  '   FOR DETAILS  CONTACT:  J ;   "!   | -It   -      '  Gi Kncmles i  ���'   "' ���    :"!-!{      ' -   r ��� 1   "     :  : . " -     '-.  {Exclusive ..Agent}'}  291-2881  or 298|0541  '"  Mil.:   Jl  sunn  i    t  7-   Ul  HI  IMBM i  J  Sunshine Coast Out door Supplement, April  Do you know ybur salmon?  THE coastal waters  Colui ibia support  salmon���Chin  ies of s  (Silver)  Chum  mercial  1972 Page B-l.l  of British���__  five speq-4  ook, Goho, "  Pink,    Soc keye . and ._  AH are important com- j  species, but only the  Chinoolt, Coho and Pink are '  of interest to the salt water \  sport fisherman; only these \  two ca i be taken legally in!  fresh water. The pink, al- S  though, caught in iair numbers,   is   not  highly   rated   as  a   sport  to    either    the   Coh  Chinook  of   Chir ook   and   C< )ho���early  I males in fiesh water  fish   when  There |are  ihatunn  known  ("usually  Grilse;  Coho,   ih   their   fina  vvth  compared  ) "or the  variations  is Jacks;  twa-year-oldJ  Coho),;    kiown   ' as ���'.  and   Bluebacjk,   young]  year   of .  sea   grp  A boat, powered i7 possible,  is gene] ally required for all  salt w; iter salmon fishing. \  Trolling buck tail fly fishing "���  iand stri 3-casting are the most}  popular angling; methods for|  salmon in salt , water. Coho, j  however,- are good sport and]  iii .execellent condition for >  some time after tiey have]  entered fresh water, and here \  methods vary. Generally  spoons, flies and bait are preferred' lures  Chinook, also called Tyee,  Sprink, Kin* and Blackmouth,  is a work renowned sport  fish. The name Tyee applies  only to C hinook over 30  pounds. The present world record was set in 1959 when a  giant 92 paunder was rod-  caught in lhe Skeena River  near Terrace. Continually  searching fpr food (largely  needlefish z!nd herring), the  Chinook is f mnd in all coastal  waters and i .an be caught the  year   round.  The heaviest Chinook fishing is in Ju]_y, August and  September. 1 formally, the run  reaches its' aeak in "the first  half of Aug. ;st.  Jacks, ear y 'maturing Chi-  nooks from c ne to four pounds,  enter the spawning streams  ahead of tie adult run. In  June and July they are still  firm and in the lower reaches  of the Fraser River, off bars  and in the rr ouths of tributary  streams, the/ provide excellent fishing.  Coho   are   generally   not   as  %W__Wk__W��%l*%  large as Chinook salmon.  However, because they occur  in greater numbers they provide more fishine. Coho will  spnwn iri practically any running water where suitable  gravel si available. They are  found in almost all coastal  streams of the British Columbia Coast. In their last year  of sea growth Coho will weigh  about, five pounds in May and  up to 15 pounds in late September. Strong fish and highly  prized by anglers, ,they put  up tremendous, leaping flights,  particularly if.hooked on light  tac^e. Unlike other, salmon,  Coho provide good] fishing  after entering spawning  streams.  August and September are  usually the best months for  Coho fishing in most coastal  waters. Coho are still feeding  extensively and their movements towards the spawning  streams has begun. However,  June and July are also good  months and late in tie season.  In October, when Coho congregate near stream estuaries  waiting for fall rain freshets,  they can still be takun on,fly.  ��� Ruby.Lake  Ruby    Lake    near    Earls    excellent opportunities'and  Cove  offers  trout fishmen    a c'erenity unsurpassed.  Summer stains can be Removed  Georgia  Strait  View  Home  ^ y  o>       c.ec  PRIVATE SALE -^ IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  Approximately 2400 sq, fc on 2 floors', ^bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2  fireplaces. w.w.  03rpet1n| 27'xl-7'4"  rejc.  room, large carport and  I workshop outbu i Id ing.  scaped withh 16 fj. of Laurel Hedge, and  $10,500 <[lown. Bank financing a  Only $41,500 full  *_&  *&  C\*P  100'x200'  lot.  Fully land-  24 ornamental Cyprus trees.  balance available,  xice.  ���?�����  sp6  Top] picture thp  West yiew.  Bottom shows tfte  East view.  MOST . people enjoy taking  part in summer sport?���  whether it is arv energetic  game of tennis or baseball or  sitting in a boat or at theside  of a lake fishing. They do not,  however, enjoy the laundry  stains that usually aceornpany  such pastimes'.  ' The most common stain at  this time of year���perspiration���can be reduced by using one of the many anfi-per-  splrants on. the market, but  after a hectic game it can still  build up and result in 'a ruined garment' unless treated  promptly. To remove perspiration, simply wet the area  with cold water and rub or  brush in an additive like  Borateem, and launder in the  usual way. This' not only removes the stain but helps  keep the garment fresh and  sweet smelling. This method  can   also   be   used   to   remove  and  B BOATING TIP���Carryan  anchor and sufficient length  of sound cable, rope or chain  ���at ".east fjive times the average tnchoriage depth. Be sure  that ihe inboard end of the  line is securely fastened to the  boat.                    /   : j- ������������ = .  * Modern Accomodation  ���it;  Fisherman's Paradise  * Excellent Dining  ic Swimming ��� .'  Government Approved  Accommodation  "THE SUNNIEST SPOT  ON THE SUNSHINE  COAST"  10 Modern oil-electric !hpuse-keeping units.  Excellent Dining Facilities. Bodt Rental &  Mooring - Cement lc.unch.ng ramp. Beautiful  swimming in crystal clec.r and warm Ruby.  Lake. Ruby Lcke is Goveifnment stocked ond-  has the only Cutthroat1 Trout spowning bed  in Western Canodo.  Our private. Lagoon is 'ideal for fly fishing.  Wading pool with play-ground equipment.  Wild Geese, Swans- Mallards and .Turtles  inhabit our Lagoon. For] the more adventurous. Mountains of mineralized rocks/tc  explore, hiking ond * a photographer's  Paradise. If solt-woter'ffshing. is your meat,  you are within minutes of the Malaspina  Straits of the famed Skobkumehuck.    r  "     L.ome artd IKeiax.  C^nlou u@ur vacation in  .tax __  in i^omfort  you tf<  ���������&, Ruby Lake Resort Ltd.  liles from Earl Cove - *���  4M  on  Highway  10T  Regular ferry service  Write or phone for  Reservations to���*-  RR.  I, MADEIRA  PARK,  B.C.  Phone 883-2269  Your  Hosts Nick 'and- Monica Gerick  grass,   soft   drink,   fruit  juice   stains. y  Another   com m&n     stain,'  particularly with fishermen, is  mud.   Again,   if   treated   properly it cart be removed without   too   much   difficulty.   Let  the   mud: dry   and   brush   off '.'  as   rr.ucha as   possible   before  washing  in   the  hottest   water  safe   i..    the   fabric:.   If     the        /  stain   remains,  sponge  it  with  .rubbing   aicohol   and   launder  again.  I do hope these "hints will  help make your stain removal  easier this summer. Now to  answer some of the queries  I have received recently:. - %  Poge B-l 2 Sunshine Coast'Outdoor Supplement, April.  Minimum 12 inches:. . . [���  Four salmon a day  is bag limit here  1972  SSr'?-  The Pender Harbour  Scenic Wonderland  xnv jtciiucji jMiwiu. area 7 smafl islands, _ and; three    area add tp the "variety of  offers 45 mBes of intricate   pqjjulation centres. A large   fishing available",  shoreline,   a   number   of nmnba- cf lakes1 in! the I  Stop;off, for d Tound jof golf  TFTF EXCELLENTUSJ   tonci-  ticned  greens, at tie!Sun  shine Coast Golf and Ckwntiy  Club  on  Highway   101 |near  fXoberts   Creek 'yofxeis? golfers -  an opportunity to relax and  ha-vs   fun   on   ths   ^jine-iole  course.  s  i ?  The *rell-treed course offers  a good :view csf the Straits, of  Georgia, and on a clear evening tjad- can take in the spacious clubhouse and see, the  lights 7 of- Kanaimo -shining  .over an Vancouver Island  "across, the water. 1 _  are  Volunteer I instructors,  available and a  ized junior program has-been  set up. "Visitors, of course., :are  jnost welcome.  At -weekends it is advisable  to phone ahead for reservations���885-2029.  Wh 117F.'' f prp-  salmon | in   any;;  one" day, 12 inches or more,  in length,may be taken from'  most   area? "waters,   fishermen-  are  reminded   that  only  two:  of- the four may be  Chinook  salmon in-Howe "Sound north:  of a linefrom Porteau^���Anvil;  Island���McNab     Creek"   from  July 1 to: August 31. pb.e ftsb*  are "measured from the tip|ofl  the -nose to the centre of thef  tail   The Restriction ron   two  of the four being Chinook alspV  applies  in  .Rivers -Inlet   from"  July 20 to September 15 and  in Muchalat  Inlet  at: mouths  of- Gold and Buiman  Rivers  from June-1  to August "31|  In addition, other bag limits  are:       :7_.7   . 7.       -|   >  Trout:; eight trout fin any  one day, ;eight or more inches"  in length, of which no more  than two "shall be over 20 inches in length, measured from  the tip 7 of the nose: to the  centre of tail. _        1  - Crabs7Six -grabs in .any one  day, ax and one-half inches  or more7across the wide breath  of the -shell. { f    -  lincod: three lingeod in atny-  " one day in area'ifrom" Bonilla  Point through Strait of Juan  de Fiica-and Strait of iGeorgia;  to. Tuna;Point in Johnstone.  SiraiL Uo size limit dh.^rhbls  B.C.  Coast I        |   :  ' Other laze limits are: aba-7  lone: npt_-Iess than two and;  one-half ;��� inches across" the'  shortest 7 width of the -shell;  sturgeon: riot less than -:thfee,  feet, measured from! tip | of;  nose to tip of tall and clams:}  "no size limit.    _ -  ixceed  POSSESSION LIMITS  .--_  Salmon:   "shall .not  two angle "day bag  lir lite  of-  freshjor frozen salmon.  Trout: shall not. exceed "two  single^ day .teg limits.  7 -Crabsi shaQ7not: exceed one;  single7day bag limit.   -  Ling. Cod:} shall "not  two' sangle sday bag- limits, in"  "areas tspecififed.    ?  (Jvsteis*  .provincial  " ?_*���    '���&_  ions ^stipulate . ji  -posfe  limir'if-^iuOj ibs. ov ovs;  the shell- offone gallon  ed.    T "  exceed'  igulat-'  ession'  ���jerpr.ip.'  shuck-'  Seasonal aiid Area *Glo: ures  ): tios-  Salinon-jfitld - Trout: -.n'p  ed season.-;i :  Xang   Cod!   December:  end of fopojring^ebruai^. in;  waters between JVancou7efr Is-  17 to  gust 5  lower  land snd- mainland.  Smelts: July 5 "to Adg  inclusive   in! water   of.  B.C. mainland south of Secnelt  Peninsula. 7i  Clams, Mussels -and' G ysters:  Nanaimo   Harbour   and   Exit  Chanfiei    7{        j  Crabs:   English-: Bay,   False  Creek, Burrard Inlet between  First -J and TrSecoiid    Narrows'  bridges. -   'if "      7  Gear I Restrictions"  No - person . shall use more  than 'one lihe" in - anglir g,": except while :7trclling, strijp casting  or  'Mooching."  No L person shall ji&d gear  designed to| catch niort: than  one fish at one time -in a ngling  except, when fly jfishiig. or  .when? fehihg in Fraser River  tidal J waters! where ge; r .designed to catch not mor^ than  two fish may be" used  !  I  I  \  \\  VISIT BEAUTIFUL PENDER HARBOUR  ON THE fSUNSHINE COAST  MARINA  i REPORT  1  I THE SPGRT  . ~ _  FISHERMA^S  !   PARADISE  BOAT flENTALS ^ <SAMP1NG  CONCiill LAUNCHIKGHAMP  s   Ml    -*'   i is *- ;    -    -  Toujisti end Fishing |lr^forrnatic��-  " Wi&e erlPhone-for R.eserfarions Please-  Tenderl-Harbour, 883-2248 faea Code 604  _A4odleiraiPork, B.C..���Jplo. Box 160   :  ��� 1  i  !  *     1  MODERN, FULLY7:IQUJPPED       -     ]  ALL ELECTRIC HOUSEKEEPING CABINS���T.V.  ������II!    I ��� U-      -���-}-.  ��� J  I  -;  2  ' i|  1 i  j  i  :j  -  - ;  "  -   _            -i     4r~       ������  B-   _     fc-   Jf   ���*���   - 1  -   -  ���                                         \  '���  7  -  ����   ^  - ���   -i  _  *                -.           -     -      _     Z-     -  _  -  =  I  -,  -  j  -  ;  3  -  m  .  H  ~  t  -  Other Facilities Include  - 1.        -   4      -   ,    -  ;; - Fresh pn&- Bah rWatelv|Bsbmg:3-r- Salmon;  Cod ��� Oysters ���iHerrbi  ��� MARINE WAYS^ R  girtg ��� .Hunting  ~^15    " i   --I..- -  -^-MOORAGE .  Bait, -j���' Ice -���fHishing Tackle j  Gas -j��� Oil ���Outboard Mix -1  S      i      I5:   "     I       '  HUiMTlNG and FISHING L1GENCES  Cabins from $12.00/couple and iip  ���������������������������^���������^������^���������^��M1p.M^^-1nnniWfini|Mt|^nr^^        ^  YEAR ROUND  Campsites from $3.00 }  MERCURY OUTBOARDS  4M-ES and ^SERVICE  *"********"**"_     ���HMMHIfMUuijiiuiju^ BATHGAT  E'S GENERAL STORE & MARINA  EGMONT, B.C. ��� PHONE  BOA'I  RENTALS  ��� FISHING  TAC'CLE  ��� MOORAGE  .AND ICE  ��� PROPANE  (The liub of Jervis Inlet area)  MARINE  FUELS  883-2222  /I  /  /  SEAPLANE  DOCK   ,  w*  LAST STOPl^r Provisions and Fuel  Entrance to Jervis and Sechelt Inlets  ?*%'&'**&_  Infor Titftion qn Slfookumchuc k Rapids & Tides  See i he famous Skookumchuck Rapids at Skookum  chuck Narrows Provincial Park,  i lafure trajil foj lookout and  2 mile walk along  picnic tables.  Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April, 1972 Page B-l 3  &h" 7La.  ,��.-^x^n\��4ii  v���<.��....,rf���   ^..  "M*-.., <-  W,,,-'  ��KT  inooi  at*i  Write or Phone  *        for Reservations  Pender Harbour���883-2266  JOYCE AND HAROLD CLAY  MADEIRA PARK,  B.C.  No Dogs Please  *-"'   HARBOUR  QMC  Outboard  Sales  Party Ice  Cabins  - i  Camping  Trailers  Boat Rental  K & C  _���  ThermOglass*  Boats  OMC  Authorized  Dealer  7**y~  BOX 77     :  Madeira Park, B.C.  AFD FISHING  THE SUNSHld COAST  TWIN DIESEL  CRUISER  m:\  .'*���' .>-'  ** * t^J -.   *.__���__><%  V  ��*  _��,M*vV��. w  CATAL1NA CRUISER  Let us make YOUR Holiday an enjoyable  one . . .Cruising the picturesque Strait of  Georgia! .... or fighting a Scrappy Salmon.  RESERVE EARLY FOR JULY & AUGUST  L^'^f  "d> '  1 ��� fafcSS-x  " v  . _-  v,^sr';'  .aril  v*;-#!:  ~>;V^M��fcfv;'  fUpw'  S> *���.*..-       +$  -;\v  1-    *    '#* .,  a��%  *���- -i  %d>"  r.f  ,7i  ,J,'\ /���   "_  ��'/*  '   /? \> *-:   ** *_* '  *-   *___.     > ** *,.*<*..* *** ' '      % J*  F4fr^Fr.*l%4fr��St  '*.*:  iy&^m*<*��&#��$i  '���isf_t_p___.'_��� ___ t��.'Kiii.:,_' ;Jjl_  IDays  Our   boats  are  operated   by   local   experienced \  skippers.  We  are  a/so  available  through   most  j  Marine^ Resorts and Lodges on  the j  Sunshine 'Coast. 7 ^ j  fAv>tV>",,/-��^!: X��4f^v^'vv#Xo*^<*  PENDER HARBOUR  - BOB NYGREN 883-2242  SECRET COVE - CLIFF CONNOR 885-9347  s*t  **  _**  vAv,/ i. "��� ,Vf h Til-Awm ��r/ * *!��"  v.    /./  rt      ^ l*f  a 5  ^  -^ seafood Mi weight watchers  AMONG the meet =*_*������-_^ ,  supporters of Caraca- annual 7J-.V tti Seairie>o tcuSi  3s an' organization" ;=rr-Tjrzi "as  Weight Watdhers.' Tor jthen.  :5sh 5s a rnagie loaii    I  In a recent. Jetrfcdf te ihe  federal fisheries" X^arferest.  Sheldoii 7B___h^. cTkeez&r of  Weight Watchers, cS^irrsal  points out Hie importance  "which tbel Weight!. Wsichers  haye placed on' thecc^-rrr.o-1  ���JSon of ��sh.Tzi "therf progt=���  -  '  _4 - _ r *? ^ *  f-Tpr-p |      iiOnr members - are compel--  J- leaf to: sat at least fire iresh  f��<n meals per ~areek,.ior -we  have Sound -fi^h to he's ma^c  food, for a slim, healthy life."  ,__xi. Hhich says.  - 7-  ^HiejDepartEieni of BsHeiies.  ___] for .some years promoted  fi^n as a low-calorie diet! food  throng the "booklet '"'Lets  Serre j "Fish for the "Weight  "Watcfckr." This ^booklet, -which  lists the species of fish lowin  fat ccEtent, "together -with Tnnre  than 50 appetizing Mtchen-  tested recipes, is obtainable  free of- -charge from the information .and Co:nsiimer Service, -Department .of fisheries,  Cittaisa.        |  {^ BOATING DOI^T:- Don't  operate." near swimmers: -mix  liquor and boating: use a leaky.  Tor poorly buHi boat; ' cruise  Sasr enough* to create a dart-  .gerous^ s\reli -prhen near smdll  bpats^   ..       |    . J  -k I COMPLIMENTARY COFF  MILL TOURS ARRANGED  May 15 - September 7-  7 I    " 'I 1  Your Hostsi Ralph and Pam Girard  PHONE 485-6161  7088 AlbemiJ Street,- Powell River  SeciW6m.5erHe&  i -  PIONEER  LAWNBOY  JOHNSON  ~           _ s   _  *      i  Parts  and  - "- 3-  1  CASTROL OIL  Atlas F*arts  ���J>\  r?ho_e 885--2812  HOME OIL PRODUCTS  Home, Mobil ond :Chafgex  - ----M  |-    ���' -"  .   Cards lAccepted  SECHEiT7H0ME 5ERVICE Sunshine C<j>ost Outdoor Supplement, April, 19j[2 Page B-15  Powell JRiver hers exciting attractions  POWELL Raver, central point  or  B.C.'s  sunny  i|isiljle}  pas  sage,  is  a ^acationlari$  that's  open the y< ar-round. .It's full j  of     hidden     attractions...   of :  friendly   pe )ple     anxious     to  make your visit a memorable  and enjoyable one.  Consider   he Sea Fair starting this yea- on July 28: Pow-  ell  River     becomes     a   fiesta  lovers' paraiise then. The sea ;  is  the  then e and  sailois  are  dressed in   he rig of the day :  ...striped jersey's    and    eye-j  patches.   The  harbor  is  filled i  with navy   ships; both Ameri- i  can   and   Canadian   and   the!  .gobs   of   m itelots   who   come j  ashore to e}rjoy the festivities }  ing- and  a multitude  of  spectacles.  7vas most cer-  v dth the boat  rrjind for the  It waters not  of the best  $rea but they  within, such  |to each other  to be sailing  Powell. Lake in  cruising the  in   the   after-  lend a colorjful air to the]  eedings.      (putdoor  sports,   a  hUge  parade  demonstrations,   water  proc- i  da|ncing, i  aerial j  bomb-  Powell River  tainly   created  enthusiast   in  lakes and the sd  only   offer   some,  boating  in  the  are   also   located)  close proximity  that it is possibly  the waters of  the morning an<f  coastal   waters  noon.  Powell Lake and Haslam  Lake are large enough and.  offer such natu "al beauty to  be enjoyed that you could  easily spend a ccuple of weeks  or more lazily ' cruising the'  shorelines and relaxing in  peacefulness onU nature could  produce.  Launching ar:as are provided at both hikes so-if you  have a housebost, motor craft,  a canoe, or a Sabot there are  facilities with. you in mind.  Powell Lake h7s boat rental  facilities for th jse without a  boat.  For the fisherjnen, it's fresh  and salt water fishing, and  he can set his' cap for whatever species he desires���if it  exists in this. area���and be  sure that when hu bags his  limit it will include the finest  of its class. A myriad of lakes  surround the areaj some with  easy access and some difficult  but less populated Dominating the fresh water fishing  is Powell Lake, st-etching 30  miles back into the wilderness  and chock full of Rainbow  and   Cutthroat   trout.  Lild  millls  the  Mac-  'mill   in  JDf the larg-  in   the  many things  I  AAARmND MOTEL  7 '���-���  lt$64) Ltd.  1 Fully Equipped  (ifcireri Units  f^m'ty) Units'  Marking  ���   Picnic Tables  Barbecues  '-   ' ���   CaWe^TV In  WeeklyJlates      .    ��� iQi  Bettyj Lever  7156 Thunder Baiyi Powell Riv^r  and  All  Units  liiet location  And   then   there'  Millan   Bloedel  Powell River, one  est   newsprint  world. There are  ��� to  see  there.  Acting as a breakwater  around the area where the  logs are kept to feed into the  mill are cement liberty ships  left over from the war. It's  fascinating to watch the sidewinders, (small beats) manoeuvre the logs into place as  they are brought into the enclosed area and have to be  moved from the booms into !  the slip  Then from there you can see  the logs being moved up to '  the Hydraulic Barker. Sometimes the crows and seagulls  ride the logs all the way up  the slip trying to 4at as many  toredos, a type of marine  worm, as they can before the  log  disappears  to  be  barked.  The highest value logs are  then processed for lumber  through the head rigs and the  others are reduced to chips  in nine seconds ana cants and  slabs are cut by slasher saws  into  32"  or  64"  lengths.  Less'than half an hour hike  from the centre of Powell  River one can fin i himself a  wilderness to satisfy the most  avid hiker. Mour.tain paths,  forest trails, and lo ?ging roads,  make the way ea;ier for the  hiker without traffic to interfere with his solitude.  If you are one of those  many golfers who leave their  hearts on the golf course back  hom:^t Powell Riv�� r offers you  consolation. There is a challenging 9 hole goU course and  an excellent driving range  where you can kee p your technique just as sharp as it was  when you left hope.  In  Powell River .  .  .  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"  |Floor Sanders  1    ^jfoYy Dufy D"5.  * for wood, concrete & rock  ��    : $������������-      I  7     : J Bolt Cutters    \ -1  Don't Delay  Call -Today  885-2848  ��>yzz7/>//////////^^  IS *r  YOUR GUIDE TO OUTDOOR FUN FROM HOWE SOUND TO JERVIS INLET-  Including Port Mellonr Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Wilson Cr^ek,  Selma Pprk, SecHelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender  Harbour,  Madeira   Park,  Kleindale,   Irvine's  Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.   ������  . i  _U__U_E_UU__|__j__U_^^  |g����Kffe*si~  r 7*  2 |  ,---*  STOP.  jAr Marin  1 Mdchanic1  MmmNEED FOB |S  r  J*  <  Bwbl  " ~ 7 - ir-   - -  fagle  Boats  |rr:  ?ia  sM  ���-a  - m  *  -  41  IK  f*i Wafer  I Skis an  ;s  Mi  ��" 4-"     *~  -~  Line of  Marine  Accessorie  --1  - "a  MECHANIC to  -    i    -*-*_____..?�����..__.   *^^--_i���        " ~ "       ���"  vice Y  OMC  Paris  *-i  * i  l&OZBZi  '.       "5S-~  Evin  Oufbo  -  -- - _   .?   i  and  j f -  - **- 7  f   f  Inboard  Sales  . s  U  I ?  ;!;  MarineJ  Mechanic  Automotive  and   j  Heavy Duly  $  - "*���-?: * _.-  If our  3>  ^We can fix you/ car's tires_,*muffler7 ftghHend_,  . iraices, -1 sf ee/ingj iransmissi6n,lilighting^or.- just  -about anything else. Vou jnqxxa//;us exj|eirts ; r.  .V   :    = .,r'birf dohfihiorgeifo^rcaJJ us.7��?^  ^r Automafive  and  Heavy Duly  Parts and  ; Accessories  Gibsons Marine and Industrial (1972) It  *i  -- f  - .1  ;-\  \  V  \   2  ^'j.  ���JS-.  'flTPS  fV&��3:  Tp^-  7kM*45|'  4."   '-��-4?^'  "��f?g_g  --I3I��  7||g����  '77ft*sc  ~^^4  sis*  ^,sH  ���Sis  ..�����_^>CC"  sT4^*��"t: From  Port Me. Ion to Egmont, 2t's all here .  Wjelc  Britis  WELCOME  Coast,  water  the fishei  golden  only on  Less  Ferries  Langdale  of turnin  shine  C (  visiting  ing left  to Gibsor  :   At   the  Division  Products  to  the  British  ! sunshine  Cc lumbia's  wc nderland thut  man and  opportunities;  Sechelt  an hour  from  offers you  g right on  as t  -Mellon,  following  carlera  the'  than  tort  and  Horses! oe  tie  Howe - Sou id   Pulp  of Canadian  Ltd., Port  guided tours are available on  Thursday afternoons j.t- 1 p.m.  and take almost two pours., to  complete  Gibson*, facing-a sheltered  cove  on  th6 southeri i  tip - of .  the Sunshine Coast, is a relaxing centr; of water fim, with  excellent  facilities  fo  ming.   boating:   and  Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April, 1972 Page A-3  td the Sunshine Coast  s Wciter Wonderland  offers  bug  found  Peninsula,  by B.C.  Bay,  choice  tjhe Sun-  Highway   and  pr.tufn-  the road  Forest  Mellon,  Several of the Pacific; Coast's  most fair ous salmon: fishing  sites, fror \ Gower Poii it to the  well-known Salmon I lock are  right there.  Blueback salmon (immature  cohoe) ars usually caught between April and June, and run  from about one to five pounds.  In the sui imer local cc hoes are  usually between fcur and  seven poi nds: Norther l cohoes  are caught between late August thjrough to Dctober.  Spring salmon are. on the  move all through the year. =  There ire two main shopping areas in Gibsons, one in  the lowei part of the village  and the )ther at' the Sunny-  crest Plasa.  And tlhis year Gibsons  fourth arnual Sea Cavalcade  will take place on tie July  1st weekc nd. Included will be  tugboat rices, a parade, dancing,. a w iter display put on  by the lc cal fire dep irtment,  junior fish derby and many  other action packed noments  to make you want t|o come  back nex    year.  Wend  pictu'r'esqi e     Sunshine i   Coast  Highway   northward,   Dut   be  fore you  Io', be sure and visit  the   smaller     cornmunitieg   of  Granthamf's   Landing  take you  while the  tinues  left  town.  Sechelt  shopping  the same  picturesque  so   far  niodation  and   around  Sjachelt.  ; Sechelt  the   isthmus  Peninsula  centre con  recreamonal  Pender  ous  At  itor   is  shoreline,  islands anc  ancLfishin  tion to  bpating,-  has  becom��>  Sunshine  ^ftesfes-.-  swim-  fishing.'  KRUSE DRUGS LT  Your  ' E  Drugs on'  The Sunshine ^2  Coast  Personal  Service  Dependability  ^     Integrity  Sunnycrest Plaza  Drugs Gibsons���886-2726  Gibsons  886-2234  Sechelt  886-2238  our way dc wn the  Hopkin's Landing, whe  ing facilites are also available.  At Roberts Creek you will  find a pinnic site and beach,  and back on the mai i highway you can enjoy swinging  at the S mshine Coast Golf  and Coun ry Club.  Incident illy, the on y government cimpsite on the Sunshine Coa it Highway can be  found a short distance away  from Roberts Creek.  Sandy Beach and . _e xposed  ocean is lours as yot drive  from Wilsjpn Creek to. Selma  Park, whiqli is right iiext'to  of Secheltj.  urn at the f ashing  an��i     sons| and Secrjelt); one of the  re ooat-     most  scenic  the village  A right  amber   light  in  Sechelt ! will  want to wall: out and pick  their own oys ;ers or dig then-  own*, clams.  -While Gibscjns, Sechelt and  Pender Harbo ir are the three  larger commanities on the  Sunshine Coas  visit; the sma.l  matter of fact,  :, don't forget to  er places. As a  you're not-likely  to miss the wo iderful beach at  Wilson   Creek  Harbour   area,  to   Porpoise    Bay,  ���bain highway con-  and  goes  tirough  Offers an  attractive  ea, in  lucrative fishihg  scenery yqiji  encountered-.  is plentiful  the  moo,  addition to  and  have  5Accom-  in  of  villi ge  itself is situajted  of   the  and   is   a  lenient  to ":  activit  Harbour  45  number of  excellent  facilities. Ir  7 swimming  Pender Hfirfcour  a haven  for those  off *red  g  fishing,  -the  Coast  at  Sechelt  b; istling  r umer-  es...  vis-  of  small  imjoorage  addi-  and  the  miles  the  -who.-  TASTY  OUT  Sunshine Coast .Highway  Gibsons  886-2433  " "_  (between  Gib-  sheltered water  area's on the Sunshine Coast-  Secret Cove (iust down from  Halfmoon Bay); the delightful  opportunity to pick oysters or  dig . for clam; at Halfmoon  Bay;, or the abundance of accommodation md fishing -opportunities at Dayis Bay, (again, {between (pibson's and Sechelt).  Before  leaviJig    the Pender  eira Park and Garden Bay  where everything from boating to fishing to trail-riding  and hiking have become popular activities.  Before boarding your ferry  at the Earl's. Cove terminal,  you should make your journey  and visit-_ to thfe Sunshine  Coast complete by stopping off  at Irvine's Landing or take a  gander- at Jervis Inlet at Egmont.  " Words mean very little in  describing the Sunshine Coast,  as you will see.  But we do hope you get  the general idea, and we sincerely hope you enjoy, yourself���^and stay with us a while.  be   sure     and  visit7Francis leninsula, Mad-  B BOATING TIP���Where  practicable join a yacht or  boat club and keep fully informed   on   regulations.  f  Dine Out the Easy Way  No fuss.  No wait. No dress regulations.  DELICIOUS  PIZZA  BURGERS  ���  PRAWNS  CHICKEN  BRIAN'S TASTY TAKE OUT  Phone  886-2000  *    .-       7 -. ��� '^^   T^r<, ^^    ^^: ^ . '^  IIII types of I emir cs nee - Including lif e  "LOCATED AT THE HEAD OF THE GIBSONS WHARF" HOPKINS lANDIHG  STORE  2:..9:00 a.m.    to 6:00 p.m. Daily  ,12:30. p.m. id 5:00 p.m( Sundays  mvWMVWWIMWMMIAMMIilAIMlMMMimMM  _    "  1  - Just y2 mile 1 from ferry} terminal  jthe^lst exit left [on Highway] 101  CONFECTIONS  ' '7-y-   .,   JOHN AND JEAN MORRISON |      I  886-9524 I      l 886-9524  "   =��� *        -   "-    *     .. T.-i-"    .   ���������-        ..7. .7    7  ���WHtfWHHHWKVMWWimWWWWWWWWWWWIMHtn  iiiijf��nnnri-,���ini���i --------���-������--��� ��� )-,  x fela xin g and "be-anfifol   Halfmoon Bay,  ���I,  ALLEN-SINCLAIR  CROSSBOWS  .      ���    . - x        _  NOW OPEN IN GSSONS  . " -      * IS- f I  CUSTOM MADE CROSSBOWS  GUN STOOQ REHNISHJNG, ETC  SPECIALIZING IN ECONOMICAL  !   BUT DURABLE CROSSBOWS  ' ��* CROSSBOW BOLTS  ����� CROSSBOW STRINGS MADE  -!      ��� �� M !     "  f        ,       j    Write or Phone  j ALLEN-SINCLAIR CROSSBOWS  Box.137  4 S-ecbelr  j 885-2476  Try your hand.  at creek ii'shing     . ^  ; WHH.V. ihe~-SuiKhine Coast is_-_  7: noted. for-saiiion fishing in.-.  ; its .-tidal jwaters;. don't "forget _~-  " lhe   opportunities  that  await -~  _ you. in the creeks and rivers.  Around  Gihsons  alone you  may   try  your [luck   at   cutthroat or the odd steelhead, at  IMcNab   Creek   between   Port -  -\Tpj1nn and ."Woodfibre.-  Or,  13 miles -vresi   of  Gibsons   Chapman ".J Creek   offers  steelhead in the early spring  znonths lhat go around six or  seven pounds -with  cutthroat  running in.the "fall.  *    Some sieelh.ead ran. in the  spring    -months!   in   Hbberts -  Creek,   eight inBes   -jrest   of  _. Gibsons, -srith cutthroat in the __  spring and ~f?M\ ".       .     _ _.  Shop for Brand Names  &' Wear  ai 6oddard's Fashion Centre  * Mr. loni  *l Tan - jay  -TzX^Stylerite,  ?. White Stag  t Walkeith  k iSusari^Van Heusen  iWeicarry^he] largest selection of  ladies' wear on the Sunshine Coast.  VISIT BOTH STORES  AND BROWSEl  ���i  arct 5  FASHION CENTRE  =  Sunnycrest Plaza  --- Gibsons*" 4  i  Trail Boy Centre  .    Seehelr!      \  ^MWWIMMnMIMtfVMWV  **3��  j Then Join \hl At The^)  PENINSULA HOTEL]  2_ll'2,\ {2Yi miles" from Gibsons')   :  We at the "Pen" wdntj you to feel  relaxed/ that's why. yte  do our utmost to make you 7Comfc*tdbIetind iwost welcome  "* Tastefully furnished rooms at  reasonable rates.  *-." Lounge (come as you are).    {  * Plenty of .r  free parking.  THE J  PEN1HSUU  : mm \  theI  * r l  place1 for  fun ami  relaxation  on. the  Peninsula  ; j       i   I  _______W____9_____t  !i  .*  886-2472   I  A Congenial Almosphere Makes  ining Out Fun for the Family  : -   7       -_- l_..-'_- 4_ -   .-;--*. . /   ;      - = -  J  Treat youikloimly 'to***-tasty7meal m our  I* -- \~~-~-~ ���'--*.~-7_.-~ ~-~-   ���   ij   -  ----"!--  ------  serrkV fast- and food delicious.  I  With the Bcbt  in Live Entertainment  j  i  Sunshine Coast Highway  I  Gibsons  ZtffillMMfMfMWMJtJJJM-JWJW^  �������.4,"--i??-<  :^m_h7 V-  t>y Andy  ��� .i. -j.y\.'-. :  ���If you .long  spaces,"  igg  -for. the wide  sr   forests  r >. tall  tirhfc ers   grow,  Sheltered  v alleys  with  of.  silver,   or  with  topp  capped  wijth  show,  If you dreaAi of. a Heaven for  or , lakes that are  with fish, -  . lush inadow 5 where cattle are  grazing, :hen my friejid on  a/star-make a wish.  . ���.. You   she uld   wish f that  your   tre k . on   lifejs  hunters,  teeming  highway,  visit  the  But, for ALL that is dreamed  by  the   i Ireamer,  Sunshine  gH  every.  tnes s  There's  a  every  mbrning,  to   greet  That fills  , bright  like jewels  There's  a  the  everting,  that   are  gold,  And  a  the ocea��  your  Theres   a  at  nightfall  breeze  pine,  i^'midst  and   dogWood  Sunshine  breath  cfpft  open  where  rivers  mountains  will leadf y|ou  to  West,  this  Coast is BEST,  with  ow from;the  as', it  each   day-  heart,  as its rays  in  the  in  the.  from-  dipped   in  bjjy,  sky  woijderous   gleapi   on  takes  b Bars  that  nigh  to beholft  velvet  and  the  the  scent  arbutus  fine  ..   on  Coast   diviiie  sun  rises  its  glint  in  s  pure  a.ouds  rjeauty  of  maple  this  There'are orchards so-fair and  abundant,   and  wild t  flowers  ph   hillsides i  abound,  '' p���'tis  a  gai den  of   nature's  enhanctnent,   where '  contentment of soul can,be  found.   .  ^There's almace- to. attract  j'7   every  aiUsfcr7for, $ ������  f-'   Itodscat)'es'-j&fe7these1are  .-,L^^so.7rare>i.: ..   .   .. , ,. .,   ,  "  Frqm^iSrahtliiam^von fjtp the  Harbour- -there's -ifo.  7���'=?. other lar d to coihparfe  --* So, "talk if jou;wUl of, 'jgreen  pastures'',���some   paradise  over the j sea,...  But I'll stake my claim   and  HERE I'll remains-oil the  Sunshine Coast of B.y���  No boater is safe from the  loss'of equipment due to pil-  ; fering-i In ��� most variety stores  fc stencil kit is available ..at  small cost Use the kit to  Stencil your . name,. address  and boat registration f number  :��n such things as life, jackets,  ' fenders, water skis, Jetc. For  smaller items, a rubber stamp  frith the same information  ean be used". Using the registration number ^: will- help -.  identify.Jhe _boat-., to wluch,.-,  lost gear belorfgsi-   ��� j": ���'���    j  To solve traction problems  when lauching a, trailered boat  en an overly stejep- or sapdy  -incline," here is a. tip; AttSacH  an additional'trailer Jhitch to-,  the front of the car;; theri as  the frailer if nosed; to the  water's edge, the car's? baeff, or  drive, wheels  ���er. -\drier  ground  The handy  taihers found  holds   are  onto   more  According to  containers  waterproof  Valuables    as  eases, wallets  and children*:  plastic food  in most hojuse  fihding   their  tind   more  the experts these  make     puoj  Sfor  watches,  charts Jbr  toys. ��� f ���"  containers i  the  inconvenience  ,     To avoid  andf  -your   boat  use   one   of  key  chain  able.,at  ��ther item  taching to  email   plastic  bandy  buoy  marine  signaling  remain on high  jon-  use-  way  boats;  lese  ant,  ^uch  key  njiaps  embarrassn lent  of  looping  fceys  the  floats  dealers.  .pie sugges  keychain  whistle,.   It'  device.  p6oi  the  overboj irds  inexpensive  a: r_i\-  An-  itjtt"  7s a  3   a  mm  The  Now located in  Co. Building  North Rood  Glass  John L. Black  H)me Phone:  886-7316  Phi lip Strut  H>me Phone:  886-7144  Hbme  Phone:  886-7760  Home  Phone:  886-7244  Home Phone:  277-5484  Dal  rynalsen  Vice-President ~  SPECIALISTS IN  COAST AMD  RECREATIONAL  PROPERTY  We cordially invite you to  tvisii eimer of our offices to  discuss whatever your real  estate needs: lots, waterfront, commercial and investment properties; land  development, and manage-  The coffee pot is al-  1ST  l���OU��iR  926-5586  Suite 102  Curfew Plaza  626 Clyde Ave.  "I  Doughs  nomas  I Comptroller)  /  ment.  ,/  ways  on l  DROP JN ANYTIMEl  LAND  i  We have the facilities to  show your property by  land, sea, or air.  Gerry Benzon  Home. Phone:  921-7988    !  Murray  Pickens  Home  Phone:  929-1469   min i m   Mike Wilson  Home Phone:  985-2667  s  -% r  mmimi  HEWELL  ISLAND  164 acres with-17,000  ft.   waterfront.   Truly a  sportsman's paradise���  $135,00 terms.  Y  DEVELOPING WITH THE SUNSHINE COAST OF B.C."  ir Campgrounds are  Lubrication on<  Oil Changes  Complete M6^o\  7 4 June: Up..  ��� Complete Braki  Service   }  jliutfJer  Repairs  Tire Sales and  Service  General  Maintenance  AH Work By jExperienceir^Personnel.  22~~~_    _ Automobile Association - _  -'*'"-     -     "     II*"-!1*"  2A Hour Emergency Serviced 886-2572  - Gateway io lhe Sunshine Coast  Gasons-Gateway   to   the    sands'of tourists who floci  Sunshine  Coast    and   the    this way annually. ��  great   outdoors   for   thou-  Poge A-6 Sunshine Soost Outdoor Supplement April, 1972  I - .  Shell collection at Gibsons Museum  A   FASCINATING   range   of   .be   particularly   interested   m.  exMbits fron| a 25.00D piece    the fine-collection  oi pioneer.  ,   -r.   1 ii....--.. ���Tieo*_     irv__   rlnrhes and rumiture.    .  getting popular  TVHUiE ] provincial \ c ��  grounds are pot too  nl along the Sunshine  there are two |arge ones,  provide a beautaful setting  ��jood   accommodation; for  tamper. | 1 =  Roberts     Creak    Park,  Highway! 101, iine miles  .hwest  of Gibsons  and t  miles   south   of   Sechelt  boat-launching, /saltwater  jig /biking   ia; -the  with  camping fand  _,  .ireas   one  mife   apart,  are   20  "capites,   13   pier  tables,    p inMng     YateT  available. j| .  The newst hadition to -.;  rinciial  campsite*"   is^at  ooise Bay Jieafe Sechelt  ,ou   ^dU   fcf   acuities  house around J75 campers  their famines.}} ..  Saltery BayfPark. -on  gray 101,*% rf^e -west-of  Sat - launching facilities o  J��g    beyondjfthe  ^camps:  area.    Saltwafer .^J';  campsites, 12 bicnic tables .  S^glvrat^are^availab^e  :am_>-  plen a-  Cojst  that  aid  the  m  mtr  sev jn  has  fish-.  viciniy,  picnicki ig  There  ic  is  pr o-  Per-.  Here  to  aid  High-  Sil-  ias  tie  te  50  aiid  sea-shell and mollusc collect  ion to the .skull of an Indian  elongated -by "the ancient tribal custom .of fjbinding -is on  hand at the museum in Gibsons "run by the Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum Society.    -  There is also] a collection of  Eskimo earrings and a complete suit of sealskin clothing.  Students of pioneer days "Kill  tools, clothes and furniture.  Admision   is   free   and   the  exhibit   is   open     bet-ween   2  pm'    and    4    pjn    Tuesday,*  Thursday and Saturdays July  through   September.  -��. BOATING DON'T: Don't,  blow your horn or use the-  spotlight  unnecessarily.  When    pl|nnin&;   a  camping! tripKkeep ? in  the weight  eft the jear  will be transporting. The  in*  authoriti&5 offer  tbe  lowing suggestions to not o:  cut down theltbtal weight,  also  conserve|;valuable de  space:   take frare   grates  cooking over Jan open fire  stead of gas oj- propane sto  case   flashlights     instead  cumbersome -j .lanterns  won't  need  to   cany  fuel either); select one of  lightweight   -tfylon  tents;  take   nehydrated    foods,  stead   of a large supply of c;  bo. it-  miid  3U  bo; it-.  f jl-  'i ly  tut  irk  ior  :h-  stovps;  of  (yjou  lante rn  1he  and  m-  ans.  V  i 1  4. ^  ____UiUMUMMUt,  So.m* to  T"~ r ,.,-,- r r rm J*ri#iiwwwii iiiwwfFiiiini'i.1 ,M*J**m*m*rfm4_'*���_ i.i.m��.w,IIM��I��^M  I   ,  in|tjDiie Overthe-sidd  y^  Sunshine Goost Qutt dor Supplement, April, 1972 Page A-7    ^mwwwwwwwwmi^  A SWIM over the side, is; ar  7 integral .part of ahhost any  ^pleasure trip afloat, whether  it be offshore cruising in _  big yacht, or during ;a shorl  ���trip 'around the lake in an  outboard.  Before going oirer the side  however, here are . a few  safety, hints, most of which  are plain common sense, but  where are, surprisingly en-I  ough', often, neglected . enough'  to cause subsequent discom-  , fort' and even da nger..  'tin'the first,..place, make cer-;  tain.when you'dc go over thei  side you can get back aboard.  If your boat has a high free-,  board, ensure there is' a ladder out or, failing this, a loopl  of rope which yoi can- use to1  help you-out of tlie water.  It should be ur necessary to  add that before a lowing your!  guests ,to dive ov aboard,. you  should be certain that tthere isi  a-, sufficient depth o��-.water|  under the boat sj> they don't!  hit their heads m the bot-|  torn!  All the- occupants of the1'  boat should never go over the:  side at once; - son eone should  stay ih the boat ai safety man!  in case anyone gets into:  - trouble in the wj ter.  If. the boat is c rifting free,  even a modest oreeze may  blow it away from swimmers  .in the water befo-e they realize what is happening. If the  boat is at anchor, watch for:  a strong current \vhieh might.  carry the bathers away from  the boat.  If there is a current running i  by the boat, it is a smart idea  to stream a lerijkh of line  astern with a lifebuoy on the  end so that anyone who is .  carried down stream . can  grab  onto  the  line   and  haul  wc-11.  himself back to the ypcht  Another  point to  is  that   if your  vessel  out from the shore,  those who, despite  to swirh reasonably  to  panic   when   finding  selves in deep water  parently .alone in  the  In |   other    words,  means   encourage  your  to   swim   over   the  before doing so, make  takel   these     common  precautions. -  srie,  is  far  are  able  tend  them-  md ap-  ocean.  by     all-  guests  but  sure to  sense  TENT & AWNING CO. LTD.  We specialize in all types of .  .  ��� Canvas Boat Covers and Cushions  ��� Trailer Awnings  Residential and Commercial Awnings  Tarpaulins (new or rentals)  Canvas Goods of Every  Description  Recovering v  REPAIRS  A  SPECIALTY     ��� ^  713 E. 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I  Sunshine Coast Highway  I Gibsons --a-i  |  r  Phone 886-2172;  Emergency 886-9880  -k-  in Sunshine Coast- Outdoor Supplement, April, 1972 Page A-9  Various tripsr available for "hikers  FOR   THE   more   adventurous  types.?-  the   Sunshine   Coast  can   provide   hiking   trips   unexcelled anywhere.  A 3,000 foot placement on  Mount Elphinstone can be.  reached by leaving Highway  101 at Long Road (a sign  showing the Tetrehedron Ski  Club is the indication) and  walking up about three miles.  For all hikes in the area it  is best first to make local inquiries.  A  region  above  the  Skook-  umchuck   Narrows     has     re  cently been activated as^a  provincial park. This area is  reached through Egmpnt 'at  ���he northern end of the Pen-  . insula.  Gray Creek, on. the Sechelt  Inlet Road, is about one mile  past the Tillicum Bay Road  turnoff. This hike will take  you along a quarter of a mile  on a stream: further along to  a cataract and still further to  a  gorgeous  waterfall.  In ihe Pender Harbour area,  Mount Daniel is well .worth  hiking.  Salmon  is oldest meih<jd  IS  arid  by  thej  sti  TROLLING j  est   methods  salmon   in  However, therj;  fererice between  bone  hooks  lines   used  dians   and  troller with  in by power  sentially   a  several wei.  numerous  depths   are  the   water   at  Since   both  salmon  readir|  moving lures,  come one of  ing and  the Pacific cojast  British ; Columbia.  nl  ightud  lur^s  dra  extensive  Annually,  five thousand  licences  are issued  Columbia.   In  is a far greatet  ent spoist fish  each  year   in  tected bays  The   trolling  strong appeal;  one of the  of; captur  old-  ing  have  tk  is a vast  the primit^  twisted  the   early  modern  diesel  ;eel lines haujled  gurdies. It is  Method   whereby  lines bearing  at   c  _gged    throiji^  a   slow   si  and   cbho  strike   at  trolling has be-  jthe  most  sport-  fisheries '  spring;  between four and  Baft of the property  ated for a propos ;d  tion - centre   bet\ ?een  sons_   and  Sechqlt  on  AQHA - 6|36 - 169  DARK  BRQ^VN  BAY  {commercial troll  in British  addition,  there  nuniber of ard-  j>rmen who tjroll  numerous   yro  inlets.  ahd  hds  method  for men of  dependent miiids who are  of the sea. ] t is .carried,  along the continental shelf  usually within sight of land  and extends over a long season from Apijil to bctobeij.  B  BOATING  engaged  in  carry   the-  1  charts and re:  in your boat  a  inland  on  Recreation Property  don- scenery not normally avail-  recrea- able   to   those   drivjing   on  Gib- the   Sunshine   Coast   High-  offers way. j  886-2700 COASTAL IMS ^86-2700  2 miles "west of Gibsons, cif-'frhe S Bend  Got a problem? We'll fix it now.  with,  GOODYEAR B.   F.  GOODRICH  RADIAL SPECIALISTS  DUNLOP FIRESTONE  RENTAL - CHARGEX - WHOLESALE  COASTAL TIRES  Blackburn 3 bars  REGfSTERED  QUARTERH0RSE  1.050  Mbs.  FEE $150.00 to  Live Foal  Guarantee  $50.00 to  Mare Facilities at $1.00 per day  BRUSHWOOD  FARM  ^~j��St^*~����i,  FOLLOW VANCOUVER  ���jfr|_frHltl_iW_H>M_"_W.iy  LC^ATED IN SUNNYCREST PLAZA  ADVERTISED SPECIALS  ���tMjWt ������������!�� IIIIIIM'MMMMMMWIWWtMMMMll^^  GIBSONS ON H \  ���Xi  j# .Iitterl  is just as dirty  .  * i  Beiirefoiisea  : -;.-��� --i-.l  Here since 1907.. .  YMCfl camp near Gibsons  gels year-round action  Provincial Campsite  The "new -provincial camp- f for approximitely 75^ cam-  site at Porpoise Bay iiearf pers -and their families.  Secbelt- * ^provides ^spaeesf \       Ay  Page A-?��F Sunshine Coasr Outdoor Supjpfemeat, Apr'*}, 1972  ~ i  ��  u  ��  *  *  ��  i  s  I* ���  PENINSULA  ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORKS  LTD.   j  Specialists in  lron_ Ratlings  Firm Screens  ���    ~    ~        * f  ^Patics  ^Inferior  States.  Wrought  and I  * Sundecfcs  * Exterior  Stairs  FBES-ESTrtllATESfWlTH NO  OBLIGATION  886-7029  GIBSONS   ;  *   -    Iff  886-7220/  :    .   Ill  886-7056!  GIBSONS  : -7   !  I   TTTK V.A27COTJVER    "SSICA's  Sphinstone"3s a -well-known  xetreat area -which has shared  in ihe listory of the Sunshine  Coast since 3907. 2*ol only as it  a  camp iox Tdojs during the  summer months of Jnly  and  August, __\ it also serves as a  , * _ _���_  coniereoce     center   = m     i-he  months September ; through  Jinie.    ;     t       | -    .':  =- Ephinsibne as located two  miles from langdale cm the  load to Part 3&eUon4 The 150  acres overlook! the icateis of  Howe SonhcL offering an ian-  ioigettabtei: -sdew of Hhe- Coast  Mountain "Range. J  Xtaing  Jn3y|   3nH7 Angnst,  iooritwo-TFeeM   sessions   are  leld ior toys eight iopo-yeais.  TParsats axe invited jio  enrol  their sons|in one oi; the sessions to __pve tbim an  oppor-  tmaty Tto ^experience    British  Cdhinihaa 4 an^ the   Sunshine  Coast fhsf "hai-ih^ as "sreH as to  ��� meet 3iew ^friends.     I  - _l_e pTograml at  Camp 13-  pifbdstqne \ Tncfrides  J out-trip-  pittg*.   ^waterfront     .activities,  l^efifOTTiTpiig. I    smqTl      hoat  tantpiag, Jerafts and survival  " techniques, as jpeH as interests  of the 7canroer|lnraself.  Spbinstone lis a 5riH -win-  teiizecl ____x_r T*ith -winter  accammodation ior 1100. The  Xpnghouse 5s ja large dimng  i^j-witb theleapacSy to seat  \250rpeople.    j |  j Partner; tnfoTmation aibout  Camp Bhahinstohe is available  at the campsite, or may "be  obtained" j hyf phoning the  1TMCA fn "yancoxiTer, 437-  5SI6. I    2     .1 |  STAY OFF THE HIGHWAY  RiTZil^OTEL  ATlTHE  ITS WORTH IT  Conveniently Located' on the Waterfront  : ���'. 5-1 7  * Boat Launching.  * Electric Heat.  * Full Cooking Facilities  * CABLEVISION.  W_9lm9mmimmmm9_m_9_mm9mmm_^M*m9mmm9m*\mm^^  TWO  BLOCKS FROM THE  VILLAGE  CENTRE  1  I'I  Gower Point^ Road, Gibsons  ^.P-SlK^flt  Phone 886-2401  "I  ���i -I.  F.R.P. SEPTIC TANKS  v 1 "   : --?   :  -1 J--"- :   IfDbv        ���--'':]"--    '  '  ,   i   =  ���  ��� ��   ���-   I   j  :    __    ��j j*'Jr - --     -   - I " *  N  MANUFACTURERS OF F1BERTR0N PRODUCTS  -  *. -    :   -- -'   I  n     771H     = ." --     . -  .   I '      .  <    11:4^47  In  "      I i . - -���   :�� I:   1  "- *   -^   : i - -   -  Fibreglass septic tanks are light  (140ilbs.);H)��asy;to handle  in  AVA|tABLEiAT7yO0R LOCAL  ~   i  -   -�����  it  ,  ���'   j  Biii  Supply Companies or  Tank Contractors  :    ;l 3       '       - --   -      .if*  Gtbsons;  i  > 4-.  !��  '886-2953 yrr 886-2546  WHEN IT COMB  TO;  arpets  10:  KEN DeVRSSS         -   -    ~      '-   . - - *    -i  FLOORCOVER1NGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway ot:Wyngaert Root  Phone 886-7112  "* CARFFfS    * TILES;  * LINOLEUMS  HOURS:.:  Closed Monday,. Open 9 a.m. -.5 p.m. ��� Friday Night  Gibsons  THf 9 p.m.  I  ll:  "I  ���   ~5 It may  be too late  Acquaint fourkelf  witp. ydur fifejacket  ii  '&   ���  THE LrFE|rACKET yoii have  purchased is approved by  the depart nent of Tra nsport  -which njeais that a prototype  of this-mo lei has been] tested  to standards formulated by a  Committee under the auspices  of the Canadian Government  Speeificatic n  Board   and  rec-  (  The   prototypp  eludes  laborato  the  materials  parts of the life jacket, which  is itself tested f ir performance  ognized b_>  capabilities by  department.  This  packet  testing in-  y tests of all  nd  component,  afficials of the  is  intended  to  the departr lent.  help you save ; 'our life -jp the  event you shoi.ld become in-  'FOR ALL  YOUR SEWING NEEDS"  Complete stock of  fabrics,   lotions I  pattern., etc. j  Char g ex  Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-7525  !  ftftmuwifwim WimwwwftfWigmfwt wwmimp  for the. travel weary wanperer  and jgourmet  LEO AND MARIA HUBEL'S  THE  \Mk MM  r. *     ���'  'A'  Pleasure in Of feting  \ ��� .   10 SPACIOUS  i       HOUSEKEEPING  Takes  Restaurant  Dining  Room  Co fee Shop  ��� Gojrmet Food>  ��� Tace Out  ��� Conplete  Faci  s  Gibsons  lities  unnycres  Mtfwmmww iiiyMywiiywMWMi j__*_m-V-rmtw0***nm**************** ifiitnttMMiiMMfwiMMniWM  ���  J-5lA  UMTS  WITH  CABLfE T.V.  Plaza j- Highway   101  (6(4) 886-9815  hute  K^oa,  undhine  rat  ist  IDEAL RETIREMENT  close to  SPAOOUS RECREATION  GOLF COURSE  SANDY BEACHES  IJOWLING ALLEY  MEDICAL CLINIC  SITE  AREA  R.R  886  mmmif  Ray  FISHING  SHOPPIN 3 CENTRE  THEATRE  HOSPITAL  1 mile west of Gibsons  and Marion  Lineker  No.  1 I Gibsons  9826 886-9826  volved in an accident and find  yourself in the water. To assist  you in this end,, the following  points are brought to your  attention:  1. Try the lifejacket out. Put  it on and familiarize yourself  with the tie tape arrangements.  2. The jacket is completely  ^reversible and it is important  rthat   with   the   keyhole   style  that the waist straps be tied-  around the body ! and not  around the lifejacket, so the  jacket is allowed; to pivot  away from the body and give  the desired, inclined backward,   floating 'position.  3. In order to familiarize  yourself with the jacket's cap-  ������ abilities in the water, you ���  should <wade out into water  about chest deep and by bending your knees let the buoy;  ancy of the jacket support you.  You will find that the life-  jacket' will incline you in a  backward position with your  mouth clear of the water.       !  4. If you have to j swim while  wearing    a   lifejacket,   use   a;  back  or side  stroke.  5. Once you havejmade yourself familiar with the performance characteristics of the  lifejacket, the re|spbnsibility  for maintaining the jacket in  good condition restjs with you.  The following points will assist you in the maintenance of  this lifejacket:        i  (a) Do not abuse:it by using  it for any other piirpose such  as a seat cushion, poat fender  or kneeling pad.  (b) When dry, stbw in well-  ventilated,   cool  arieas.  (c) When wet, hang. up to  dry in the open air in a ventilated area. Do hot dry in  front of a radiator or other  source of direct h6at.    '  Kapok lifejackets are susceptible to rough treatment  and if the vinyl inserts which  contain the Kapok become  split or torn, allowing water to  come in contact with the Kapok, the fibres can become  ' water-logged and matted and  lose their buoyant properties.  If the jacket shows signs of  heaviness and dampness it  should be discarded.  Unicellular foam, jackets are  more durable thanj the kapok-  filled style. Rough treatment,  however, will break down the  foam cells and the foam tends  . to  shrink with age,  which is  also  accelerated  by  excessive  exposure to heat and sunlight.  Children should be made to  wear  their   lifejackets   at   all  . J-imes when boating. They  should be taught low to don  them and be allowed to try  them out in the water. It is  important that youngsters feel'  comfortable, know what the  lifejacket is for and how it  will keep them afbat. Parents  should .note, however, that no  lifejacket will take the place  of  adul.t   supervision.  Children, because of the distribution of body weight and  their tendency to panic when  finding themselves suddenly in  an environment to which they  are not accustomed are difficult subjects to flcat in a safe  position. The violent movement of their arms) and legs in  ~ an attempt to "climb out" of  the water, tends to nullify the  effects  of the  lifejjacket.   Ap-  . proved lifejackets! will keep  them afloat but npt always  in a face up position. Therefore, the most important thing  to remember is that a life-  jacket on a child is no substitute for parentjal or adult  vigilance.  Sunshine Coast Outdoor SuppHememf,..April, 1972 Page A-l 1  HEN  '.  Bm DELIGHTS  CAKES - PASTRIES  FRESH  BREAD DAILY  ''      ALSO  SPECIALTY BREADS  SPECIALIZING IN  EUROPEAN I ,  BUTTER .CREAM  CAKES   " A I  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE, GIBSONS  *    - -P  ���***********Am*lmmm*mmmmWWW******tn*^V1*V*nn_-**1tVVVV^9m.  X . !   ��� ���!:'"  |        Gibsons Fourth Annual  I  | Friday Safiireiaf-Sunci  I." 2  i  DON'T MISS IT!  Tugboat  taces  Rides for  the Kills  Fish  | Displays  Queen  Neptune Contest  Contest  Parade  Booths  and  Concessions  Auction  Beverage  Garden  >.**  -7X  ^ 4- -..- ^K  -   . r> '��f  -A  *js  /  the  eglect  If you are in  refinishing your  season,   don't   n  paint   the   registration  ber.   The   boating  suggest   you  letters     from  >-make  sure   the  your  letters   shoves  contrast with the  hull..      ���    ���      ���  process of  "poat  for  the  to.  re-  num-  authorities  separate  and  part   of  plenty  of  color of the  clearly  numbers  solid  \/Jl/Iff/JIJIfIIffIMIIfIlHMff/tI��f������fI/MJfIJI����4Il/IIif^:  _  2/  Oancing  Horse v\_   Poge A-12 Sunshine Coosr Outdoor Supplement; April, 19J2  July 1 weekend $ .  Gibsons Sea  71  alvacdde  offers Sun, excitement  -"WHAT- are you and yonr fern- i   TAnd the youngsters haven't  .-" Hy -doing.'on  the  July? 1st f been lefttout. Along with the  " -weekend?    ; _\   ���. ��� I .gigantic juiuor^Salmdn Derfty  .--   Wei, if you are looking for 1 there-willlbe exciting fides aid  something   just   a   little . drf- 1 -311   sorts} of "^   aXi^   gsxc^s  . fereht" along the lines of7fun | ior ^ixe kjds-   y  - "and - exriteirient,  you'll  prob- f    -The   Qiieen 'Contest   is,  ably "be among the thousands f course, for everyone. 'At press  who twill take    in    Gibsons ! ^oae il was_avlittle too early  uaT Sea Cavalcade, I to finalize plans j so far ahead;:-'  bf  >,:   fourth -anm;  which    starts- - with  onenine * *"*   such: -things *  as   square!  opf^llu& J -dancing. _sMis, ?aj Slinking ina-  cereni^es onTF^^^Juii? 30 I c^ iafiatu��g       ff.     ^  and- ends  sometime-.on Sun- | ^^^aviiii. navy Wl|  *    " consip^  "II"     -     ; :   "    ;  Natures  sera  "Li  ���;   -J      I'I  __ IjVHUS there" are 20 speoes  }_of ticks in British Cohib-  bii lite otrdy cbe that ;ca*s-  fcsf paralysis is ihe -wood tick  and" it is z_os�� .active {from  llarch - to Jane.]   " II  " j If ticks are -discovered and  rszhoved immediately no serious affects may ; he feared.  jDaraage occurs when they are  3ef| to feed.iadifinitely. J | .  I A pflmpihlet,' "lacks J gnd  Han.", cffiapSed hy Dr. 3. jjD.  Gr*gson^and C. J_ Kelson j.of  -^ five Tecsral Entomology {-Lab-^  oratory at "KamlDops says: |"  f TThe symptoms, which fbc-  csxts ozfij ' after - the female  tick hss."been deeding fonja-  Ixxxt five days^ are generally  ��s| follows:  : j. j|-  I  fThs patient perfectly "sfeU  -   ��eie,day,  may   on  thefiifcxt  ccenplaiii  of  a numbness ;j in  ihe." feet" and legs  and j have  difficulty-in -walking; a! little  3ater 3- xaay Ixj impossible* to  stand f "up-  lie -hands}  and  arjns" fart  --usually    affected  _oest. 7 _.  _  ;   : j ..j  -J   |iQften   there lis   a   partial  ^paralysis ~of the throatf mes-  !c6s, there l>eiig -diScaky" in  " .ssraHo5?isg;  the tongue,   joo,  baay be" affected" causig'jia-  | ability - to    speaik - xsroperly.  ���UJiere is so rain and xuxferer.  t^Ths -nature   ol the itopb,  x&ieai has eluded all attempts  to isolate 3s trnknown. 1   j  t_-4-4, - - '-J.  |"CompIeie recovery follows  Use xemoval -of :the  tick] if  ,- - paralysis  has'not" progressed"  t��o lar, inA if trie fickasjov-'  ��� erlooiked, ,3eafh" inay :occnrJ?-".  I   f Advice   to" the  punficj' 2sr-_  I *T��j33qy"-normal outdoor| a*5rp-  ify,  but give, due x-egarft. io  protedion from tick "bhesL"���  ^ ��� --  ���- i     t      -  j lhe authorities, suggest persons _f in tick areas ^"raake  tdiily: examinations Tor] ticks,  jaying particalar ^attention to  fiie puhhc Tregion, the bass  c$ the -skull and the headj  iBemove- ticks ' hy a very  slow 5_and_ gentle . pnll> This  ���vriH BarmaHy- remove lhe ;tick -  aaouih*-parts."Treat thefwonnd  -With a. disirifeelantJ"   j   j     ���  |3f_ there is any indication  <k paraly^, - a doctor Ishould  ^e consulted immeffia'ijy��  'Gibsons Acrive jHarbor {  ]  Gibsons���"Words j ar^  not ���  netessaiy to describe the'  hire of aethaiy lhat takes  pHce aroimd the "harbour  at  Gibsons.  I"',  Walter Safety says,  ��*Thin.k; don'l sinXl  Be vrater wise) Learn  and practise water  salety every day.^  day^ July 2. -   "    __    -     t  The tugboat races, which |  have become a main highlight |  - of the annual event, are jvorih |  -~the ytrip to Gibsons alone.? But |  there is plenty of other action, I  -which -will include dancing on J  the -wharf, "colorful costumes |  and-tasty salmon-barbecue", as|  .well as a (sometimes comical) |  -water display put on by the 1  local'fire department. 7 - f  Carnival TbODths, a horse j  showj museum display, bever- |  age; garden, "boats _m_ inore I  hoats; and a demolition derby f  also add to the premise that, |  "you. ain't been nowhere 'til J  you've heen to a^Gibsons Seal  Cavalcade." - '.      ^|  oh  handf -wereilbeing  ered        f 7|  : Every local event and shdw  usually- claims :to be the "best  ever." But wel won't claini  Gibsons Jfourtii] annual Sea  Cavalcade to bej the best everL  From the .enthusiaismj shoTxr' by  all we'll* guarantee it!  J Thafs {July l! and: 2, or, lif  you want to take in the opening ceremonies^! come around  June 307 7  B BCL^TING^irfP���Xeep the  hilges of the boat clean, free,  of oil, gasoline;|and xags, etc.  Tent any enclosed areas into  the open- air. 7l        I 1  l!F YQU TlilNK YOU iGAillT  AFFORD A  }��� .  HOME  71  i  new westwood suburban homes  may change your mind j  "Westwood Homes "SBbuiban Series" wers deigned io beat inflation and give-you--TOOre for your building dollar. SkOiful floor  planning cms out waste' and dup!ica��on.-Boift by the component  system, -these homes Bava_yDU -nine andjjnoney, yet provide  smple piiyacy, space;for entertainment and room for future  expansion. Get the feels today. Most families can finance a  "Westwood soma- at a price comparable wSi rent  new low cost suburban homes  j : 4 . ��� |_ .  "The Shannon", shown ahovB, is one of 17tWestwood Suburban  homes tiesignedjtQ bring home ownership within the reach of  th?average fzclBy. It has a Soor area of 1240 sq. fl_ 3 bedrooms  and a sfround floor hssivs- lor Wture e)g>2ns!on. ^See us today.  "We can "put yoa la your own Westwood home this spring.  FINANCING  AVAILABLE  Ybii-can have a "Westwood home  hunt, or yon can build it yourself  io any stage of|compJetion. Frfher  "wayiyoii can finance it through our  versaHe mortgage program. Funds  available -for any area..  '(  .1  S*1*^ |-A bo4t ancijctr k duly" as_  " j_pod 33 the line it is ^attach*-.  <6d td Before u?ing an old] line.  :S>r -another season. The 'boat-  ihg ^ruthorifes suggest "stretching and tugging iffor��ful-  ^'Md test _he invisible -k_ak  .spots. Also," halfway |hrbugh  "ihp ipasn-n.  -reverse th��*ERChor  OODHOmES  FROESE  CONSTRUC  O -  3D  e  s  a  a  %  &  O  3  ro  o  -3t.  CO  H  o  CO  SJ  3-  a  _.  J?  co  w  o  o  Sue to  equalize: T^ear  -edge.   :��� "*  . I . '     ,   _  --  i  cm' the"  o  o  o  \6  -.  '".        o  72  v-^|  /2��. OQJ  -:73  &  A  73  o  o  v3  7- -iiji  o  o  60.00-7  In.  75  &  io.Oo]7  "> ���  St  ���  -&  ��� -*'  �����py>o  ��� O  70  60.00  77  o .  vi  gftOAD  S3.70.  '4  7S>g|  t,6oo\ 1" 163.43 fc  o  , 6  AS  o  0  Gibsons  bO.OOx  (,p-od  ii 1  o  N  -i  79  ZdI&o1  4&. 00  O  9  83  '' &0.00  81  4,6~pp  163. Zf-  ��4*24  84  120.00' 7  7  '        -:   .-a.  /20.3b'7  =3��   --;  ��� ^     r  >3  -_i  ���A  2f  1  %  Jo  36  ���j  o  to  N  2M  ,51  886-2417  Sunshin^ Coast Highway  j.  m  X The rugged coastline  the  Sdchelt    Peri1  the target for mafly  era bug who is lopking  something just a  ustfaL  B BOATING Tiff  down   when     m  turns, qr in bad  along  nsula is  a cam-  for  little un-  uisory program . . .  Slow  sharp  Hunter training scheme  1st in B.C.  Begins  N IM . .  GIBSONS���AT THE WHARF  mmtwwfcSG  A COMPLETE UNE FOR THE  FISHERMAN:  TACKLE  RODS ancj REELS  NETS  WEIGHTS  BAIT BUCKETS  CRAB TR^PS  AND  FOR THE  I  ���  BAIT  I ���  LICENCES  } ��� GAFI.S  I ���  ICE  J ��� ROD [HOLDERS  1  ��� TACKLE BOXES  ��� TIDE TABLES  ��� CUSHIONS  ��� MUSTANG  FLOATER JACKETS  ��� ANCHORS  ��� LIFE  ��� POJLT  ��� CAB  JACKETS  LINES  E  NYGR  SALiS (1971) LTD.  886-9303  Gibsms  READERS are remijnded that  the new compulsory hunter  training . program ; for B.C:  residents went into effect April 1, says the assistant director of the fish and wildlife  branch.  Don Robinson said the new  regulations will be implemented initially on Vancouver Island on a trial basis before  being extended to the remainder of the province in the  , fall  The training program will  be required only for hunters  14 years and. older seeking  a hunting licence for the first  time.  - j  This creates a; loophole  whereby a 13-year-old can obtain a licence without taking  the program and then refuse  to take the prograrft one year  later because of the previously held licence.    .  Robinson said any loopholes  are "administrative problems"  which will be plugged as  soon as possible  The compulsory aspect of  the training program may in  time be extended to veteran  .hunters.  The program will consist of  a written and oral examination at the conclusion of a  general course on hunting  safety.  A demonstration j of acceptable firearm handling techniques will also be required on  the part of the hunter before  a  licence  is  issued;  While   nothing  definite  has  .been  set  up  for this  part  6f  the province last, it is felt the  Vancouver  Island  experimen  tal period will allow the department to work out the  kinks and allow for the training of a network of qualified  instructors on the mainland.  A voluntary program already exists throughout the  province. Only hunters caught  breaking wildlife and firearms  laws are currently compelled  to take it.  ^ BOATING D(j>N'T: Don't  throw  garbage  overboard.  S BOATING TIP ��� Assist  any boat in distress. The waving, in a .vertical circular motion, of a piece of light colored  material or a lightpy night is  SEAVIEW MARKET  i  Sid and Iflarg  INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEM  AT ROBERTS CREEK  Groceries  Novelties  ��� Confections  ���- Dry Goods  -  9:00 ti.mi to 6:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday  1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sundays  3/4. mile off Highway  101  ��� Turn at Masonic  Hall  You Are Always Welcome  at the  s  AND 7  TRAILER COURT  ��� 7l      ��� .  Sunshine Coast Hijhway - Gibsons - 886-9615  ��� FULLY MOD  ��� SOME HOUS  ��� CABLEVISION  I  ERN ACCOMMODATION .  SOME HOUSEKEEPING UNITS v  Stop Over At Least  Gateway To  One Night In Gjbsons  The Sunshine Coasl;  &mmmmMmmmmmmMkmmmmmmm*4m9'mmmmmmmmm*mmm^mmmammmn*n*%mmmmaM9ma**b  'You are only a stranger once j  the Irwin".  /     7  n Creek  V  Building Supplies Ltd.  k  Convenient locations to  serve you  k.  V  Your one-stop building supply  centre. Everything for the contractor and home handyman  alike.  DEALERS FOR���  ��� FIREHOOD   FIREPLACES  AND ACCESSORIES  ���/ GLIDDEN PAINT  ��� DOMTAR BUILDING  MATERIALS  ��� REMINGTON  CHAIN SAWS  A GOOD SELECTION OF���  ��� PANELING .  ��� HARDWARE AND  TOOLS  ��� CABINET HARDWARE  ��� DIMENSIONAL AND  FINISHING LUMBER  ��� PLYWOOD  ��� ALUMINUM WINDOWS  AND DOORS  ��� CEMENT PRODUCTS  TWiNCREE!  /  BUILDI  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2291  a distinctive distress signal.        BjjMjiwwwhiwwwm  !G SUPPLIES  SECHELT  Phone 885-2288-9  -sP**" i  1  1  -  '  1  "  -  -J    ,  -    .  LU(  sxec?  �� ���  II  OJ2  ^��*^  "Sechelt" are  Page A-l 4 Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April,  1972  assteamejrsiiiks6l years <igo  I     -       - '      - I:    I  OEM MARCH 24ih or 25ti, 3*11  !the steamer Sechelt" Catfe���-  ed ar>ri sank with the lis4 o!  all "five aboard. Srs��r-jbr:e  years later she is sdy.^xey-  remembered -"by several k>~s_r  -timers- on the SunshineJ Ctest  who traveled; aboard her wfce2  she plied the? Sechelt-Vpncoa-  t,*ts run under the ow^erihSp_  of "the Herbert "Whitaser-jin-  -tcrests.' The operstorsj -srere  -then inQ3cn7 as the  Secfceii  M7 -  Steamship Co-���  | "Secbeltr'" was-a sinatL- car-  tow; wooden-hulled. -��� 4":  _&__, ctal-bunixhg stearr. pes_-  deL Her measurement! yere  seventy-one feet"' long, ^fifteen  :��eef seven inches hezTz. |and  six "feet sis -inches hold-tShe-  vas built as the- ^"Kattie ____-  sen" at Pontiac for the "Xake-  Wasihingtbn service    in \&3&-  Subsequently she-was-ssec err  Tarious_ other Americas ^ax- -  jees^-including the Eog��: C^-gl -  xnai^xjEi and ports -on.! ~P_.��e~-_  Sounds She -was sold jto the  British Columbia _hz_i__ late  19&B, renewed "SechHlt*\|-a^c  l>ecai52 the second vessel  cf  ihe  ;~Whitaker  fleet   c��e|sted .  "tn" the " "Vancouver-Sechelt  - route-fine first owned -was the  ifXen-era' {and ihe third -was  IfcaSedffT^rtar", Another craft,  ilhe T^'Bekarra", was leased by  iJheTWhitaker: interests" irom  .ffienninal73teaih Navigation  ijCov. 2|td-_JCapt-J J_ A.._Cates)  ; lor service in Sechelt Inlet ;  | �� TPom oi call on the run ia-  ildbdear Hopkins   Xand&g,  jGranthams Xahding, Gibsons,  "pCeats Island, Cassadys'laiid-  dEg; Bo"berts Creek and "Wilson  JCreeH.. Several of these pi-laces  |vrere i boat  landings;  that * is,  jtherej-arere t>o -wharfs and peo-  jple" cams ont in  their" "boats  ~from_Cassady"5 Bo"beri5. Creek  .fand "Wilson Creek to oneet ihe  slesnieis- JXeats    and  Grant-  hams! each iad-ia float at the  time I and;ihere. "were wharfs  at -Hopkins, Gibsons and .Sechelt!-  hotel and; it Jwas here tfet  the'crews* oi his vessels took  ther meals "because there was  np provision -ior the^ preparation of iood on any| oi these  "boats. If theTmen wiere to "be  ont any length oi time they  occasionally carried! a lunch  from ithe^hotel, and. their  meals at the other end of the  Toute were iaken | at their  liomes'inTVaneouver.   -  :l " j       7     "    f    -        I     T ?  . Capt Jack Cope, one: ot the  masters of _-the ^eeHelf, once  lived atTWHsoh Greek.  jmother is said to riave heen  a hardness.: HeJnarried a Miss  "Wihtemute and ifor a time the  couple - resided in Sechelt,  TrhtTp' fhPTr" rWlfJTpn attended  school-. Cant I Sam \ Dawe as  skipper of ihej"Tartar".in 1912  received $!25|per month plus  same Tnwfl^ and it is presumed  that images .aboardl the 7 "Se-  Coal itff-TefueHing the %e- '   chelfja .lttle|eaflier Trohld "be  cheltf .and--~ihe" ^Tartar? - \ras  storefi.. on the=^e<SeIt -siarL  The= p!Neiipera" f-Isiroed: .Tvood  and ccrowood"ior=he- sse-\ras  Isept I on a float in irpnt of  the-Indian -church. 3Ir.7Whit-  akerl also owned the Sechelt  ^f/7I/I/IJ/7��J/7//III/77II/7/7JI7��J7ir7��I����UJ��I///7��7��n������������^  /  I  ���il  I  S GLASS  Wholesale and\Retail*.  Glass and Mirrors Cut to ]size  !-  i  Specializing in  Aluminum Windows  ana Doors  J   ;  :_\  OPEN FOR DETAIL SALES SATURDAYS ��  INOW OPEN  Ki  AT  ^ 1779^WyngoeitRcwd  Gibsons  ��  '///////.//.*///////...  r j   s  - 1        ���:  !��� 1  Phone 886-7359 ^  !  ' -   -\   \  T7��77����7777777��777777��77777��77��7>_  I  COLLECTION  i-  RESIDENTIAL  . i" -  i.  . |..-jaiD|"-  COMMERCIAL  PICK IIP  1  vH  ����-  6IBS0  -"- .:-;��4  - I":  I  -"1.  - t  - t  %  FROM  TO SECHELT  I   !  DAY I OR- EVENING CALLS  1412^ Sower Hi.,; Gibsons  :   :!-f----r*T - '-���!���-"-  Phoneu 886-2283 " t - _  r ���:-:-! 1    ~-\- I - ----- F---  sinulahr-Lieut Bernia- _ TS35  ' also- mastgc-oi ^he I Sechelt".  Be7"sras.l>annfei India and.ai-  teiThe left the vessd he ran a  navigation: school iii the "lip-  stans| part |of thie old St  James Church- hall on Gore  Ave. in "Vancouver, j  7Easse3igers,Jmail and freight  -trere carded by the;'Sechelf'-  "Wien; ^Tnrnnf. sgich as horses  or co'sps iFerel on her manifest  they sometimes had to "walk  the plank" and swim-ashore.  ihe "Sechelt" vras sold to  Capt. | James fend Co. in 1910.  IntAngust of the iame year  she struck aj reei at the en-.  trance to "Vancouver harbour  and in November she gounded  on Bowen Island, tin March  1911 ^ie btegan xunnihg, under  the command, of Capt. 3L B.  James, in Juan ^e Fuca Strait  "between! Victoria and SobKe,  a dangerous farea for a small  vesseL Just _\ f ew| days later  she encountered \__e storm  which resulted in her loss. She  sailed? from "Victoria, discharged passfengersjand freight  at "William |Hea^ passed  BKSfhy tHc^. andj then Tvas"  forced to torn "back hecause  of the lieavy -wind and seas.  The T'Sechelf' lay over on her  portade, hut righted tempora-  xi]y-i"When fihe giale hit her  again" she floundered for a  few minutes! and sank. One of  the Beeher Bay Indians, Henry  Charles; witnessed the! cata-  strpphe| from the! "beach and  ran to Boeiy Point wjith the  news. -Tfis message -was tele^-  phoned; to "William HeadV.fsrotQ  ^vhexe a latmch %as sent to  "Victoria.'"Victoria,;in tuixi, sent  out | a tug, fthe "William Jdlr  liffe?", hut johly a very few  "bodies "were tricked up later.  !Ehe number of men lost is  -seriously    festimated    as he-  tvreen twehtv and thirt^   - 7  ���i      *"        i "--  - McCurdyfe '^[Effine History  of -   the    5_acifie ? Northwest^ -"__  gives the date otthe tragedy  as March i4> 1911- Twoloiher ;.  sources,  however; JJieholson's 7  "Vaneorrret    Island's - ? "West -1  Coast"! and ^'Milestone?, published ;hy Elphinstone Secoh-   '  dary School in 1958, _.ye the *���',  date   of  the   loss   as   "Mqrph -;  -_ 25th. Anyone    interested    in 7  British Cctambia's history ih  \  this onr centennial year -will -.  7 -find enjoyable reading in the   -  ���z lat|er |rsra>|7hodks.  The first "-  7 volriine ^mentioned is a schol-   -  = arly reference "Brork.  - :  : ��� !   I    ^-'-   I   '     "     "   '-  _ 7 ^ BOASNG hoixZZz Don't  " hold  impiBmptut  races", "with  other lx>at5__ since Jow__hoats,  _- canoes jand; otho- very-small '  - craft are -endangered by the 7  wash. |     _| | -��-^  7 aTaDATING |TJP-^CWhen^  - .operataag at irigli, carry: a few -  T3d Hares In a watertight con- _  . tamer; Clie led flails ."useoToii: -  railroads are, efficient and in-  _esx>a23vej   _.  __: _.   -t   - " No Problem At All  Even lhe younger set have    ones in waters off the  no trouble landing the big    shine Coast!  �� 886-2248  I  Sun*  ^7������7��777��7��������7��77��������f������������������������������������f����ff����il//'r'l* W/^  EWARTMcMYNr^  REALi ESTATE  INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���a .)    -;|  Gibsons ^  !!'7'|  Serving The Suiishinel Coast From  *.     Port Mellon To Egmont I  Vince Pfey/er-886-9359 I  Wally Reirson-886-^77t  Ron yWcSqveny-886-96561  r/ffff/IJM/i  V.Wfffi  SAVE TIME AND7MO-NEY~  WE DO THE WORK    !  1 HOUR DRY CLEANING  UP THE HILLJIN  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  Phone 886-2231  Gibsons  EATON'S  CATALOLGUE OFFICE  GIBSONS yM  Busline Call|^86|7515  COME JN BROWSE f HROB<^#Hi)CAtA!jC)G_UES  PINMLEPHAHISiUHBRY  MARINE  DRIVE - GIBSONS  NEXT TO CO-OP ^TORlU  *a���-a- ���srsn-^. Sunshine Coast Outdoor Supplement, April  1972 Page A  15  Enjoy  The  Outdoors,  Ant   Then  ENJOY A  D MOVIE  The Twilight Theatre  in  Gibsons  offering visitors and Sunshine Coast  >        the best in top quatttyimotion  entertainment.  tokes  pride in  i esidents only  picture  wwwnitiyniwwHMHniwiHn^^ <y>*Wrm!_Vm  MOVIES  DEFINITELY ARE  BETTER THAN  EVE&!  5 <��  aiuu-ittiuiaiu^aMa��aaaw m__uaa__aMu_a  heatre  Gibsons  886-2837  SUNSHINE COAST  ENJOY OUR 0EAM  #,  WATER AND tXCELL INT  *&���  FISHING. PLElSE HliLP  -&���������  AiR  I  ��  US TO PRESERVE THEM,  ���.     i    -.��������������� ' fc    -    .    ���'  .HAVE A HAf>Y At|lD  SAFE HOiIdAY.  DON HfAO  I  ���Len Jay  Sportswear  "  ��� Leo. Dona'l -  presses and  Pant Suits   :  '*  Kayser Pan'tie  Hose  ��� Lyons Shoes  and Slippers  Werfai^a^oiig  NAMES:  Coro Costunr|ie  * Jewellery  Mprjorie  Horn i I ton  Dresses anc  Sportswear  Style Rite  Blouse Co.  Wrangler  Jeans and  Slims.  ARE AVAl^fLE A  Helen's Fasmon Shdp  WWIM"Mlg|___M1WiMMWltMWitMliWM*M^  ���MMMimvwifwtHWW MMummmiuwmmmm  B.C. Campsites  3g�� limited  THE provincial campsites  were primarily built to  facilitate the public enjoy-ment  of propincial parks. Capacities  are limited, especially for trailers, truck 'campers, or self-  propelled mobile homes, and  people seeking overnight accommodation should study the  green book for commercial  facilities.  Most provincial park campgrounds have a per night camping fee in effect from May 15  through Labour Day. Campgrounds are normally gated  between the hours of 11 p.m.  and 7 a.m. during this period.  No reservations can be accepted. Campgrounds occupancy  is limited to 14 days.7 Each  campsite consists of a parking  spur, tent space, picnic table  and fireplace. Most will accommodate small trailers or  camper vehicles although  hook-ups are not provided.  Firewood is supplied in season.  Pulp mills tours  offered visitors  VISITORS and local residents  alike are ��� offered tours of  the Howe Sound Pulp Division of Canadian Forest Products Ltd., located at Port Mellon, nine miles north of Gibsons. The company welcomes  visitors and provides trained  personnel to take you through  the plant.  Guided tours are available  on Thursday afternoons at 1  p.m. and take almost two  hours to complete. vou can  see the entire operation from  unloading the wood chips,  which are purchased from  Vancouver . area sawmills,  through cooking, washing,  screening and bleaching.- The  pulp is then cut into squares,  baled and made ready for  shipping.  Before you go you should  call*, the industrial relations  off-ice at the plant, 884-5221, to  check that the tour is on. Visitors are advised to wear  light jackets and ladies would  be more comfortable in slacks.  Also strong footwear . will  make the course easier. Each  ch"ld. under 14 must be accompanied by a responsible  adult. If you plan to take  a large group through, the  company requests a week's  notice.  Canadian Forest Products  plant employs approximately  500 people with an annual,  payroll of around $4 million.  If you ��&���� interested in  forest genetics, you may want  to visit Canfer's Seed Orchard  near Wilson Creek. Check  locally for directions.  Sunshine Coast���  your vacationlctnd!  CANADA'S    scenic    Sunshine ,  Coast is easily accessible by  boat, bus, car or plane. Offering an' unparalleled vacat-  ionland with a climate second  to none on the entire North  American Continent.  The Sunshine Coast is a 54  mile stretch of ^holiday paradise. For the sportsman, there  are salmon fishing grounds all  along the way. Sheltered  coves, open beaches, clean salt  water, and clear sparkling  lakes, invite picnics, swimming, . waterskiing, sailing,  scuba and skin diving. Neighboring inlets and- islands  tempt the explorer and everywhere the view of the sea,  mountains and forests, is a  photographer's   delight.  In less than, an hour from  West Vancouver's Horseshoe  Bay, via B.C. Ferry, you are  on the Sunshine Coast. Travelling across beautiful Howe  Sound will be one of the highlights of your trip, and is  your introduction to this-  lovely area.  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