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 Three days of iun . . .  <mma -m  aaaaamma-a--am-maaaaaamammammaaaamaaamaamamamaamamamaammaaam-mam-aamamaaaaaama-  2nd Clou Moii  Registration No. 1142  SECHELT���Residents of the Sunshine  Coast are heading into their second  annual Sechelt Timber Days events this  Victoria Day weekend and Mayor "Harold  Nelson'has promised the event "will be  bigger" this year.  Timber Days is the community's continuation of May Day which ran successfully for many years. In order to bring  dance, ages 14 to 18, will be held at the  new Legion hall starting at 7 p.m.  Monday, morning, Victoria" Day," starts  off with a pancake breakfast at 8:30 followed, by children's sporjs at 10 a.n% At"  noon  the  enter.tainn.ent   galrdens   open  and the fishing derby ends.  At noon the logger sports start. Sched-,  uled events, include: Ladies nail driving  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Hove 'Sound .tc,-ervis Inlet), including Port Mellon; Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, .  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt/HolfmoonBoy, Spcret ,Cove,, Pender, Hrb.y Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Efarl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE,SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST,  ._ u.... l Union  -Labe"  This Issue ��_> Pages ��� 15c  i      i .      -   ���        ���'-"-       ... -  -  Vol. 11/'No. 25 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1974  some  life" .into   the sagging  May , Day ���*"' contest, with the Sechelt Building Sup-  events, organizers decided to incorporate    Piles trophy to be awarded  loggers' events and th rename the queen  Sechelt's timber queen instead of queen  of the May. Howeverr the queen and her  princesses are still selected from Sechelt  Elementary School as they have been in  the past years.  Timber Days this year starts ��� Saturday, May 18 and is kicked off with a  fishing derby in. Sechelt Inlet. That event  starts at noon. From then on, all the  action, except for dances and war of  hoses centres in Hackett Park.  Official' opening of Timber, Days is 3  p.m. ^ Saturday, at Hackett' Park. There  will highland dancing with the Legion  Pipe < Band. The entertainment gardens  will open at noon and at 5 p.m. one of  last year's most popular events, the tug-  of-war, will be held which will be followed by the salmon barbeque. At' 9  p.m. a dance will be held at sthe. new  Legion halL  The parade starts at noon on Sunday,  May 19. Marshaling and judging will take  place at Sechelt' residential school  grounds. The parade will proceed down  Highway 101, Wharf Road, Cowrie Street  and then turn right on Ocean Avenue to  Hackett Park.  ���~ Tyee Airways  will stage a fly-past  at  1 p.m.  The timber queen, Becky Goodwin-  will be crowned at 2 p.m. and she will  be attended by princesses Sheri,Eberle  and Dorraine Pearson. Also to be- featured will be the Indian princess ��� and  her attendants.  At 2:30, Elphinstone Secondary School  band, fresh from its tour of Lumby will,  perform an outdoor concert. At 3 p.n_  thejre will  be  more highland  dancing.  The war of hoses starts at 3:45 pin.  at Trail Bay mall parking'lot. Then, at  7 p.m., the Timber queen dance will be  held at the old Legion hall This dance  is for youngsters from 10 to 13. A teen  The axe throwing event is sponsored  by Parkers Hardware; block chop,trophy  will be ' awarded by Royal Bank and  Sunshine Auto Parts will sponsor power  saw bucking. The Bank pf Montreal trophy will go to the best tree climber and  a new' event, men's hand bucking, will  be sponsored by the Wakefield Inn.  And that will ,wrap up the second  annual timber days.  �� SO*  ni-j-1* ���*_** ��.o?^     $iiJfr*&  RESIDENTS in'the Siinshine.'Coast Regional District eligible to vote, must  record their names on the appropriate voters list for the area in which they reside.  Voter registration application forms  are available at the regional district office in Davis Bay. Deadline for registration is 5 p.m. Saturday, August 31.  To be eligible to vote, the following is  lequixed;  ���You must be at least 19 years old  by Nov. 16, 1974;  ���A Canadian citizen .or British subject;  ���A resident of Canada for the past,  12 months and a resident of British Columbia for the past six months immediately preceding the date of application for  registration.  Application forms for registration will  be made available soon to each household  in electoral .'areas'A, B, C, D, E and F of  the regional district.  '.���,'��� A court of revision will be held Oct. 1.,  Regional district  office oii schedule  NEW offices for the Sunshine ;Coast Regional   District nro   proceeding   on  schedule, according'to the building committee of tho board.  Offices are under construction on  Wharf Road, Sechelt.  Tlio building committee made several  recfqmmendatlons regarding tlio building.  One of the features of the offices Includes  a 40 foot board room, and round table  seating for directors.' The table Is ex-  pectcd to bo In a horseshoe shape. A  vault was recommended and a sprinkler  system for added flro protection was suggested.   '  It was also recommended that duo  to lack of windows on two sides of tho  ""'building (rear'iiid''BBlxt:hand walla)' a  ventilation < and air circulating system bo  Installed,'  THIS edition of The Times is dedicated  to Sechelt Timber Days, May 18, 19  and 20.  Times  cartoonist    Hugh    Weatherby  created' a montage of characters" depicting  the second' annual Timber Days, succes- .  sor to Sechelt May Day.  Note the character in the centre���it's  a self-portrait of the artist���With art  editor and platemaker breathing down  his~ back.  ,  Our cartoonist was in such a hurry  he got the dates wrong. Sechelt Timbfer  Days is not May 19-20-20.  Weatherby's trademarks, the talking  crows Schwartz and Noir, have been  joined by a friend and the Sechelt Litter  Bug is also in evidence. ,  Many of the activities are depicted,  but, complains Weatherby, "You only  have me a quarter page to work with.  I need more space- than to really do  Timber Days ��� justice. Norris gets half a  page for the Sun Salmon Derby."      '  Regardless of space; the., sentiment is  there and given a break from the weatherman, we feel that this year's Timber'  Days f festivities will top last year's highly  successful event.  Also featured in today's Times is' a  supplement outlining the fun and games.  The supplement is chockful of pictures  depicting 1973's Timber Days' from the  parade through logging competition. The  , section also '.contains > a full program, so  M ^ar^ttlton't^nlss any of :&e eSgtfg  and fun events. Also, many merchants  around the community have the programs  whioh can be picked up free so 'there is  no reason to miss anything.  Organizers asked The Times to remind  fun seekers that the only change in the  yellow program is that the tug-of-war  will not be 'held during Monday's logging  events but will be shipped over to {Saturday's events to coincide with the big  salmon bake.  We'll see you there.  SEOHELT���Sechelt and District Chamber of pCominerce executive members  have proposed an imaginative plan which  would see more development of the village's Strait of Georgia waterfront, 7  7A committee headed by chamber president Bob Scales would close the Boulevard between Trail and Wharf tp vehicle'  traffic and make the two-block long roadway a, promenade. 7  Steps vyould then be taken to get a  wharf rebuilt at the foot of Wharf Road  and^ development of a marina.  The only commercial enterprise oper-  ��� riling'in that section now la George Fioros'  Parthenon  Theatre-Restaurant which 1st  opening for business this ��� week.,  The proposal Is part of Scales' five*  year plan envisioned for the village when  he., wins Installed , aa chamber president.  Mill rateZL7444 . . .  Sechelt Bu  ��� ,' . ' ���  aiaaaaaiaiaiaaiaaamiaiaauaiiaii ���laaiMaiaaaaaaiaiaaMinaaii'  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  May 15 (o May 21,  at Point Atkinson  '������-������ Not to b* -Md for naylgathn  Wo.  0015 13,0  So.  0155  13.5  IS  0730 7.9  10   0905  4,5  ,  1215 9,6  1600  12.1  1740 7.4  2050  9.5  Th.  0030 13.7  Su,  0230  13,6  16  0000 6.8  19   0940  3.4  1355 10.2  1645  13.1  1  1030 0.2  2145  9.9  ft.  0125 13,6  Mo,  0300  13.7  "17"  0835 5.7  20   1020  2.3  1500 11.1  1735  13.0  1955 8,9  2235  10.3  A  To,  0335 13,0   |  ���^  Ar 21   1100 1,5 ��J  r  1  W\                 1020 M.4 >  \  2325 10,0  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES a SERVICE  ���.:ill::lL'i,.i:,.a,ii.rr,: ,.��� -.L.mi'ai'i'-v1 .;:,.i', ,��,��!������, 'a-  GIBSONS���Village council has  set this  year's mill rate at 29.38, only slightly  higher than the 1973 mill rate of 28.55.  Taxes plus revenue will raise a total  of $367,236 for operation of the village  during the coming year.  Major expenses will include $16,000  for fire protection, $20,000 for road paving and $5,000 for park maintenance and  improvements. ^  In capital-expenditure, $25,000 is earmarked for construction of a drainage  outfall to improve drainage from the  Brother's Memorial Park area eastwards.,,  The village will raise an estimated  $54,955 from water user rates, connection ; fees. and frontage tax, but almost  $��2,000 Of this income must be paid out  to cover debenture debt.  Revenue from the new sewer system  wi').l amount.', to approximately $1^2,000,  with $11,5,000 going towards the cost of  the system, 7, ���' ' ��� ,7 : \  Details of the budget were finalized  last week at a special meeting of council.  In order to keep the mill rate as low  as possible, finance committee chairman  Kurt Hoohno had to cut several items  from the budget, including the purchase  of a new public works truck and mobile  radio equipment to link the crew with  the municipal hall.    '  MERCURYLAND  SECHELT q05.962A  iiaiaHiiHaaaiHaaiaaaaaaa.ia.aaaaaiaaaaaaiaaaiaaaaHiiaiaiaiaiiaM.  SEOHELT���Total budget for Secholt for  tho fiscal year is $250,158, according  to the village's  annual  budget  bylaw.  Mill rate Is 21.744.  However, $129*004 of that budget Is  raised for other governments such os  hospital, school, flro protection, regional  district, Another $25,800 la Intended for  development of tho lano In block six.  General municipal government expenditure, are $30,200 nnd for transportation  services, $14,100, Transportation services  include* maintenance of rondn and lighting. Other expenses: environmental  health services, $4,000j public health services, $050; environmental development  snrvlccs, $1,000; recreation and cultural,'  ...40|80Q,,Naw��� road norvlceo (road itranoport)  $25,000 which Includes paving'and black-  topping.  Fiscal services: capltnl expenditure  out of revenue, $22,000; transfer to tro-  glonnl district and others, $39,591; school  - -district -levy,   $M,002;   regional   hospital  , district, $3,530.  Revenue for the village Is derived aa  follows: Taxes, $52,050; grants in lieu of  taxes (13.C, Forest Service, B.C. Hydro)  $1,M0; revenue from own sources: licences and permits (Including municipal  vehicle plates) $10,000 (Including penal-  tics  and  interest),  Conditional  transfer  iSTYecir  from tho provincial 'government ($32 per  capita grant based on a population of  590) $19,230, Levies for other governments $129,500; bylaw funds, $25,500 and  surplus from provlous years $5,600.  Milll  rato  for   Sechelt this   year  to  21,744, according to n bylaw adopted by  * the villain council.  A mill In the village will raise 'about  $.3,000, clerk Well Sutherland told Tho  Times,      ,.    . 1    '  Breakdown   of   tho   mlllngo   rate   ls,  as follows:  General municipal purposes  15,911 mills  Hospital  purposes   ......    1,150 mills  Flro protection   2,504 mills  Sunshine Const Regional  .���-.,..Dda|.rlet^.:.^^  Minimum amount of taxation upon a  parcel of real property shall be $1 according to the village's mill levy bylaw.  Gee lawrence dies  CEC Lawrence, a long-time resident of  the Sunshine Const, died lato Sunday  night, Ho wn* a founder of the Secholt  Motor Transport (SMT).  Funeral services nro ponding, nnd Harvey Funeral Chapel, Gibsons, Is In charge  of arrangements,  RAINCOAST   Company/ the   Sunshine  Coast's  touring  musical ��� group,   was  awarded -an   Opportunities   for   Youth  grant of $8,960.  "Rehearsals will start in earnest now,"  said company members Carole Black and  Mike Willis. "At the moment, we have one  definite booking in Port Mellon May 26  for -a children's party," they said.  The group of eight young musicians  have tentatively lined up a busy summer  starting in July in Powell River and Tex-  ada and then they'll swing through Vancouver'Island and return to the Sunshine  Coast in August. 7  "We'll be approaching local businesses for donation of equipment or services  towards the project. OFY wouldn't allow  funds to cbyer cost of purchasing equipment we need and all our performances  \vlll be free," said Willis; "If anyone has  a 36-passenger or larger bus, it would,be  greatly appreciated if they would either  donate it or loan It to us or sell it at a  very low price. The bus will have to bo  In running order."  Willis and Miss Black explained that  as the OFY grant only paya minimum salaries for the troupe,of eight, thoi bus will  become their living-quarters as well aa  carrying tholr supplies including musical  instruments and the like,  The troupe would appreciate tho donation of photostatic equipment or a duplicating machine, they added,  "Wo also would like to express our  thanks to those people who offered support and sent letters of recommendation  ���..,to��� tho ,QFXL pcoplo,?*^���^^.^���,^,*^^,^^.^.  Ralncoast Company's tour will start  July 2 In PowbJl River nnd then Toxada  July 4, Thoro will bo froo performances  1 In   Courtenay,   Port   Alberni,   Uoluolct,  Parksvlllo,   Nanaimo,   Ladyomlth,   Laka  Cowichan, ,   '  Thoy will return to Gibsons August  1 to 3; Secholt, August 5 and 0; Pondor  Harbour, August 7, 8, They'll then return  to Vancouver Island performing In Campbell River, Quadra Island, Zcballoo, Alert  Bay, Port Hardy and Port Alice.  Besides Willis and Miss Black, other  members of the troupe are: Gordon Hauka, Mary Livingstone, Debby Ashby, Deborah McNevin, Neil Hudson and Lance  Alexander. Most were members of the  cast of Dick Whittington & the Sunshine  Kingdom which played successfully to  audiences last winter.'  SECHELT���Artists are reminded of the  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce's symbol contest to represent the  district..    '' '������' 7. .���.'���������'.'.'.7 '    '���''���.'. ';'.''    '���  Winner of the symbol contest will,be  awarded $50; said Bob Scales, president  of the chamber,,,, , ,'  Entrants should bear In mind that the  symbol, should simply arid clearly express  the unique atmosphere of the Secholt ar-,  ! oa... It should bo readily, recognizable and  easily convertible if reproduced In black  nnd white, or In cplor,      ���  The symbol will bo used on chamber  stationery, on signs and on publicity pertaining to the chamber.  The symbol wlU bo acceptable for uso  on stationery and publicity of flrma nnd  organizations serving the area from Halfmoon Bay to Roberta Creek,  President of tho Chamber Bob Scales  ���sald tho.contest,.ia open,to any.artist, regardless of standing���professional or amateur, and open to any ago .bracket; Tlio  competition will nlso bo opon to anyone,  regardless of whero thoy live;  Tho judge's decision will bo final and  the winning entry will become tho property of tho chamber, Doadllna for entries |s May 31,  ' 7  Entries should bo sent to: Chamber  Symbol Contest, c-o Peninsula, Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, 13,0, VON 3A0.  E. J, (TED) Fitz-Gerald of West Sechelt,  has been named general manager of  the Sunshine Coast Arena.  Fitz-Gerald  is presently manager of  th& Sechelt branch of the Royal Canadian  Legion.  He said that his duties with the arena  will start June 1 and for the first few '  montihs, "it'll be public relation and promotion  and  whipping up interest,"  he  told The Times.  Fitz-Gerald will finish his duties as  manager of the Legion at the end of  May, a position he has held since Ootiober  1973. Prior to that, he spent about three  months as maintenance man. with the  village of Sechelt. Prior to his Sechelt  duties he served 30 years in the army.'  He said that, he, obtained some experience in organization and administration while in the armed forces and while  there, ho was Involved in recreation.  Fitz-Gerald replaces Don Phillips in  the post as general manager of the arena.  Canada Council donates  400 books to libraries  , GIBSONS  and  Wilson  Creek  libnwtles  each  have received  200  free books  from the Canada Council under a .program  aimed at, distributing    Canadian  ...books, to organizations that  otherwise  could not afford them, 7  A total of 304 kits consisting of 2.00  titles each have bean distributed tills  year, to rural libraries,: community tproups,  senior citizens' clubs, hospitals, prisons  and high school libraries, said tho council,  """''dFgaElzatlonS"  chosen on the baala of a nationwide  competition which; attracted 500 applicants. ,.'-,,.' ���.'   : !  Last year, 157 kits were distributed  , through the program, ,      ,       ,  Joan Mnlnll, n spokesman for, Gibsons  Library Association, said. sho wna very  pleased with tho titles supplied and predicted thoy would bo on display this  'week. '  aMaiaaaaaaa��iaaaaiaaaiaaMaiaaiiaai>iiaiaiiaiai��iiaiaMliaiaiiluliiaiiiiaiaiiaMMaia.aMMaiaaaaaaiaiai��a.al iiinaaiiaiiliaiaaii aaaaiaaaaaaaaaaiaiaiaMaiaaiaaaMaaM^i  ELPHIE Entertains Is the title of tho concert nt tho Twilight Theatre ori.Thurs-  d'ny at 7 p.m.  * Funds from the benefit will boused  to buy Instruments for the band members, Don't be late for this because It  must no over before 9 p.m, so tho management can show lta scheduled film,  Adults $1, children and old ngo pensioners,50 cents f6f"1fto^irowCTi,r:ir''ybu7'  want to seo the movie that will coat you  extra. . ,  Next performance of  the band will  bo nt Sflcholt Timber D��y�� this wooJcond,  Whero ls Mount Daniel? Mount Dnnlel  Is  described  In  tho  Chamber  of  Com-  mcrco'fl black book ns being upcoost, Tho  utie coastings  by PICK  proctor  book says: "Family hikes to tho top ot  Mount Dnnlel tako,nboul two and a half  hours. Thla 1,500 foot peak offers an  ox&aliont viewpoint over tho nrearFor  more serious hikers, Moun* HollywoU is  n full day's hike, you'll climb 4,500 feel  to tho top of this ono."  It, seems some pooplo wcro looking  for Mount Dnnlel nnd nobody was able to  toll tlicm" whet-Q it Is. Can somelwdy"  help, What have they done with Mount  Daniel?  ��      ���      ���  I've heard of the Collegw of Hard  Knocks  but  tho  Unlvcrnlty  of B,C,...?  That's the way tho typesetter printed  nnd the proofreader let it go through Inst  week, Actually I was referring to two  medlcnl ..Indents from the University of  British Columbia , who wore going to  " gnlif cxporloheo"^  It snld tho students were from tho University of B,S. not tho University of B.C.  *      ���      ���  It seems that there to n Httlo Interest  ullrrlng In the suggestion .that ,Tho,,Tlmo_  carry u tv no6l|on, Two or three people  mentioned it ito mo and 1 got two letters, '  One letter was from Mr��, Blanch McCrady of Halfmoon Bay who paid; "Now  tlio prlco of your pnpor In up, you hnvo  ���lo��l sitlwcrlbers, It certainly Would bo nn  i��apaapaajaaaMa��aa*paiNiaaia��>a��a*J<>><paaaaaaaapaaMaaiMa��aaaaw>a>a��aiMaww����aa*��aaaaMaai  ,..,ia..,aiaaai.��  ���aiMiaaiiaaiaaaja  ���1  ��a,...l.��a��|��... /  MORE   ABO0T. ; .  ��� Sunshine Coastings ]  ���from pago A-l  attracUon to get them back as well as   '  new ones if the tv schedule was added   *  to the Peninsula Times. "I think it is well.  worth a try. I for one would like to   .  see it."  And from Mrs. Fred Schuetl of Se-  cheltj "I think it would be most advantageous for the tax program schedule  to be included in our local paper. Also  reahze expense involved... but personally would,appreciate this service greatly.  "It's a great paper. Since I've become  a SecheUex. I find The. Times of much  more interest and worth,than the Vancouver papers." . ���'.  Thank you for those,comments ladies.  6ut, Mrs. McCrady, unfortunately, newsprint and labor costs have increased  dramatically and we've had to hike the  cost of the paper and that's too 'bad but  it's necessary.  ��� With the increase in cost we may have��  lost  a few subscribers, but  circulation  continues  to   grow.  We're  nearing. the  4,000 mark now.  It's good to hear these comments and  if there are enough others, we'll certainly give very "serious consideration to  inaugurating a tv schedule. Let's hear  from you.  *      *      *  WUf  Nestman  is  miffed   and  with '  .good reason. He created a fine poster for  Sechelt Timber Days and it won second  place, not third'as we said last week.  Sorry about that, Will Also, Wilf is a'  . grade seven student at Sechelt Elementary.   The  youngster  won   boy  athlete  of the year at Sechelt Timber Days last  year. We hope^you go for it again this  year,  Wilf.      ���       ������     ���  " We had a nice letter from Mrs. Heina  Spielmann nee Jacquelyn McLeod  Stephens  of   Honolulu.   She   "was   wlriting  ���because she wasn't receiving her copy  of The Times on a regular ^basis. Mrs.  Spielmann says she hopes that we have  instituted  a  weather - reporting 'service  as one of our Calgary readers suggested,  We  haven't yeV .because "there  doesn't  seem to be anyone keeping track of such  records here. There is someone on Gam-  bier Island but we would like someone -  more  centrally  located to  get a truer  picture.        .    ,  Does anybody know of such a person -  collecting  weather  reports?  ,   Mrs.   Spielmann'  also   comments   on  Dennis Shuttleworlh's    comments about  a bauhaus which she thinks is a "mar-,,  velous idea. As a photographer,' I'll be.  most interested in that.  Best  wishes   to  the   continuance   of  'your lively and interesting, paper."  She said she would like to see'more  pictures of our beauty spots. We can ac-  ,    commodate you there with no trouble,  Mrs. Spielmann.  e ��� ���  Here is someting new   (to me),  it's  called Beau-Uudes ol the friends of the  aged.  Blessed   are  they _who  understand  my  faltering steps, my palsied hand; ,  Blessed are they who know ears-today  must strain to. catch words they say;  ' Blessed are they who seem to know my,  eyes are dim,, my wits are slow;  -   Blessed are- they, who look away when  coffee is spilled on the cloth today;  Blessed are they who with cheery smile,  will stop and chat a little while;  Blessed1 are they who never say, "you told  ' that story twice today."  Blessed are they who know the ways  ito bring back memories of yesterdays;  Blessed are they who make it known,  you are loved, respected and not alone;  Blessed are they who ease the days on  my journey home in loving ways.  There, are nice sentiments expressed  there.   I   don't  know   who    wrote   but  Derwyn Owen of Sechelt gave it to me.  ���       ���       ���  The Prentices of. Pender Harbour,  back home from California, brought a  newspaper clipping which quoted Jacques  Cosieau who said: "In 10 years there ,  ��� will not be any fish remaining to take  out of ithe ocean," �����  That's a shocker.  Denying that he Is an alarmist, Cos-  '   teau continued; "... I know that the rate  with which the oceans are being depleted  ��� , and befouled by man that we canno  longer harvest the sea as we have.   '-','������'.  "We keep taking out nnd putting nothing back. It is a fact that if an area of ithe  ocean no larger In sizte than Switzerland  ,     were farmed and cultivated like the land,  there would be more fish and other sea  ',  life than there is now,"    <  Costeau,. who keeps, telling politicians  about the problom, sjjtld ho gets sympathetic hearing but no action.  "Life cannot exist without a clean  wntef cycle nnd if wo muddle that up,  we are committing suicide."  J  i i  Pane >-2      *��� Tfao Ponlnsulo Times        Wednesdoy, Moy IS, .$74  ���j- -zsmifistmictc^rj. .T?  ^hkmmVUkmmU^iiiBSaiJi:'  ���in. V IP.  ipp..,*.p.Vj   I- ������ '1        r      Vf.  I :^J ItWlSfcpte-*  m. ��    W-_^-_. ALmS^  at  'J f  = io ===  feorae  cf ~s4rndt  f  Parthenon Theatre Restaurant on SeeheU's  Beulevard  features  breathtaking   view   over   Georgia   Strait.  /  *l _* ���  s<>: .  ,<*  'ft  ���a        ���.    -     .       .  -,T  ���I  -. L  on  loros  ���he ojpeniiig  luti pi"esslye\ tiew  araaoS  tenon  TKEMRE-RBTAURANT  i, i  We are pleased to have been associated  With the project by supplying and installing  ventilation ducting and. stainless steel.  *e&.  L^oa,  dt  SHEJETvMETA'L   LI  Sechelt - 885-2712  ����g^^  ^JnFrk  i_^_z__3sz-sz~___:  *;#*  ~ t i-^" ���^vi -    Ml __ \   8   o  SPACIOUS .INTERIOR of Parthenon    highlighted by natural brick fire-  Theatre Restaurant    in Sechelt is    place,  wrought iron-effect chande-  Open Friday on Sechelt waterfront . . .  liers and intimate dance floor.  Q��l���irci lllvfM, El OH A  '7, TO, MESSRS.* ' - -  GEORGE FLOROS & ANDY MARAGOS  AND THEIR FAMILIES  on  the ducceddfui  ,    o��tne:  rpenina  SECHELT���Opening this Friday on Se-    traditional    and    contemporary,    with  chelt's scenic waterfront is the Parth-  'wrought iron-effect chandeliers contrast-  The Lions sponsored Easter seal cam-  ��� , palgn is ncarlrig an end  but residents .  fltillhavo a,n opportunity to contrltouto  ,to tho fund,   ,       .  The campaign on the Sunohlno Cotwt  waa sponsored by Pender Harbour Liona  01ubr Sunshine Coast (Secholt) Woppi  ��� Club nnd -Gibsons-Lions*Club,�� Anyone -  still wishing to contrlbuto mny contact  any-Lions Clu!b member or send their contribution to the campaign caro of Tho  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Socholt, VON '  3A0,  Campaign directors have reported that  this year's drive is sotting records, Local  crippled or retarded children can benefit  from the campaign which sponsors num-  , mer'camp^, ���   ,v   ���     "<* -"  , ,...��,     ���>   .  ���',       ,'',,..'.,.  Judy Mathon, tho personnblo public  isearetary ot Cowrlo Street,,' can inow  marry people, (There la no ond to her  talent.)  Actually flb�� has been appointed, deputy dilfltrlct roglstrnr of births, deaths  and inmrrlago commissioner,  She rcplncos ROMP Sg��. Bill Snnndom  In tho post.Blill will ivoon.bo leaving the.,  clearing on the edge of tho great win  f0reat~~ho'a heading to dryer climes and  a promotion, Ho will Income a staff scr-  ViaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaiaiaiaMiiilaiial aianaiiaiiaia naaaiair  -    | ,���.-���7,,MISS iEE'S.,-.  CARD & GIFT SHOP  W>W RmkI - Soctalt. O0S-9OAA  r.o. box au  H��llm��rt(-C��ulhi cords an4 wrapplna*.  flmi KnplUk cKiiM cup* and Mitcir*.  9*u��qu�� ham*,  local  ��rtdt��  pnlnflnpi.  MaaiaiiaiaiaXaiaiaaMaaiaiiai'iaaaaiaiaaaaaaMiaaiaaaiaaiaaiaaiaai!  f 9,  enon Theatre Restaurant���a, 200-seat dining lounge and cabaret that promises to  add a new dimension to dining > and dancing pleasure on the Peninsula.  Complete reovation and remodelling  of the former Whispering Pines restaurant (nee Calypso Cafe) on the Boulevard  has produced one .of the most eye-catching and appealing facilities of its kind on  the coast.  The dining lounge features a breathtaking and unhindered view across the  Strait  of Georgia to Vancouver Island.  Focal point of the lounge is an impressive natural brick fireplace that holds the  promise of long winter evening spent in  front of crackling, blazing logs.  The interior decor Is a combination of  geant in the Kolowna detachment. That's  in July and he Is looking forward to  the change.  Replacing hrni is Cpl. Polo Church of  Castlogox. Pete will be promoted to sergeant when he comes here. Bill has  been In Sechelt for 2% years and when  he returns to the Qkanagan, it will be  like returning home, He previously  served Jn OHvor.  '.'.''���'   ,,' .��� ,'p ���'��� '��� . ��� ' ���'  Don't forgegt about bur girl In Pondor  Harbour, you residents who wish to place  a classified ad in The Times but don't  ,  want to have to pay a telephone charge  Jusit pick up the phone and call Mary  , Milllgah, 883-0049 and give her the ad.  She will forward it on to us.  ���      *      *  AH marriages are happy'���it'a living  together afterwards that causes all tho  trouble, \  ���        ���      ���      *  Seo you at Tlmbor Day*.  ing against a sparkling ceiling,  A deep blue dome highlights the dance  floor.  Andy Maragos, who will be managing  the Parthenon, said: "It's a very nice  .building and I think there is a needi for  a facility of this type on the' Peninsula."  Maragos came to Sechelt five months  ago from Regina, Sask., where he owned  one of that city's most respected restaurants. Together with his partner, George  Fioros, owner of the Village cafe, he supervised the construction project through  to its completion.  Both Maragos and Fioros have 20 years  experience in the restaurant and catering  business.  Bands will be brought oyer from Vancouver to play on Friday and Saturday '  nights, Maragos explained.  "But they will be soft bands," he said.  "Not the hard rock groups that most cabarets hqve."  He feels this middle-of-the-road music  will attract many local, residents who  want to listen to something less harsh  than mosj; cabarets offer. 7^  Maragos and Floro have installed ex-,  ionslve kitchen facilities.In';,the Parthenon, enabling them to offer comprehensive  ', luncheon and  dinner  menus^  Including  steak, seafood and specially fried chicken.  For diners on the run, the Parthenon  will operate a take-out service for pizza,  chicken, hamburgers and many other  snacks or light meals. j  During tho summer, Marngos predicts  the restnufnnt's veranda 'will-prove pop-  War. Customers may take their refreshments Into the open air apd enjoy a panorama of Sechelt In the bargain,  The Parthenon la fully wired for sound.  ITM radio or tapes will provddo relaxing  background  music for  customers  while  they dine. ���    ,   ���      v    ,  Maragos and his wife, Toula, have two  sons, Andy and Connie. Fioros and his  wife, Rene, have two daughters, Kathy  and Ellen.  Joan and "Chuck Stephens  SECHELT - 885-2568  s  !* * -t��/  IEN YOU THgl  ESTATE ANALYSIS - MORTGAGE INSURANCE . FAMILY INCOME  PROTECTION - DISABILITY INCOME - EDUCATIONAL FUNDS -  FUNDS FOR BUSINESS BUY AND SELL 7 KEYMAN INSURANCE -  DEFERRED PROFIT SHARING PLANS - GROUP INSURANCE PLANS  - GUARANTEED OR VARIABLE ANNUITIES - RETIREMENT PLANS  or, just plain LIFE INSURANCE.  THINK OF;     '  OLIVER, KIRKHAM  ""~>05a",'Toba^S6:oot' "" "~~  Powolt RlvOi*  405-5593  Member of tho Ufa Underwriters''  Association of Canada.  OFCANADA  ThlnKJi6jckQ)r'M Not on your alapshotl You should  have seen It w^ A real man's game. And It called  for a real man's beer. Old Style, Slow-prewed and naturally aged  for big beer flavour. It's the one thing that doesn't change. Old  Stylo's still a winner, year after year after year, Try It. You'll be  a fan, too.    * '  01(1 j5lMl0 slow.bi.ewed and naturally aqed. ���^ -. ',  I  i  \  I  5  5  i  Everyone is invited, to our Official Opening Ceremony pf 2 p.m. and on Open Home  until 4 o.m. with free Coffee ond Donuts. live Organ Mush will be featured on Friday  evening to enhance your dining and dancing pleasures* We will he open from 11 a*m*  fo 2 a.m./ Saturday, Maf I8th and Sunday, May 19th . * . ,  s  I  ."5 F  k-  3Uwg��:qp^|MmmmaW  ,^a i'- *,�� ii- a*.* Ai .*$ >'  xi-iv ,pj i,  ���i        .V-i       M        >-p  i^BSi^isi-Ea-i-f^_^ia-3-S-^-^_a  ?,--^Lr-:,;,",^I  A.1,  it. ?>{��� ��W  <  p- *   'U"  l   > >  IK ,  T'v  (< ' ,\  v' H��  LOCATED RIGHT ON SECHELT'S SCENIC WATERFRONT AN  UlYIMAYE IN DINING LOUNGE fACILITIES.  JDnfecializina Jsri)  T  9  SEAFO  ive  n  teptaL  ainmeni eve^  t  j  ��� ' , ..-/���'��� .���'������'' .���>.-.' '���    ___'.- ���' ���' ���   ��� ���" n"'-'''  2rnaat3  c?J^3atutdt  f  <a  t  i_~s_  _i!_________^___S__*_SSa  -KB  SUMMER HOURS  ^Jaedduu ia aj^undau  11 a.m. to 2 a*m*  oAa  ���  onaoL  r  wskeks^ai&wski!mk��mB^sw%t  jypKgydksyMsia^^  *odewir \<jraim C^qaipped  L^at  ^raclilhed...  enna  FOR BANQUETS  "-m~MiniNGSrbir  # PRIVATE PARTIES  r^mKsxsrmciixS--ffKfK  SS32_S  ���f.'  George Fioros and Andy Maragos extend their sincere appreciation to the following  business people whose fine workmanship enabled the successful completion of this  new facility: '  '/��� .   .      ���... ..-...' ..,,.'., ' ...'.:. 7 .      ,  J#_JOH^ O   SIM ELECTRIC     .  O ' SEASIDE PlLU^MGr'"~^TO'""~ ���-���~-^^ ��� ������ ���__. _ ._���  O  J & C ELECTRONICS O   ROWS CONTRACTING  O   SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLY O  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLY  ��.'Wi.!.l..W_- *  0   BILL BLACK ROOFING 0  UiOOvKAN^N  O   CANADIAN PROPANE / ��   SHOAL DEVELOPMENT  !  I  I  i  ;  i  \  3  J  Ba��imggg^  ^i^^iA^^^^^^^aiiU^^^ii^S^^^^A^^SXMUi^mmis^sSiK  WwBijjwwSSB  ss for Fast Ad-Brief Servico  PHOtUE 885-9654 -  885-2635 - 886-2121  BIRTHS  HELP WANTED (Cont.) Page A.4~Pen��n8ulo Times, Wednesday, Moy IS, 1974    REAL mAn (JCo||.0 rea|_ ujkn {Co^  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WBSTBRN DRUGS  ... an pleased to sponsor this  Hht6  AeeMincemtint  space, and  extern-. Be* Wbheo to Hia happy  "PQafaSSSvOa  ENGAGEMENTS,  MR, and Mrs. James Inglis of  Port Moody are pleased to  ' announce the engagement of  their eldest daughter, Ann  Calder to Craig Stanley Rowland, second son of Mr. and  Mrs. S. H. Rowland of Davis  Bay, B.C. Wedding will take  place Gibsons United Church,  August It), at 1 o'clock.   156-25  OBITUARY  SMITH���Passed away suddenly, May 3rd. James Ernest, late  of Cumberland, B.C., in his  43rd year. Smith was a former .  resident of Gibsons. Survived  by his loving wife Pat, one  son'Sherman, 3 daughters Mildred, Aletha and Marilynne,  his Mother Mrs. Mildred  Smith, Gibsons, 2 brothers,  Bill, .Gibsons and Gordon,  Haney. Funeral service was  held May 8th from Piercy's  Funeral Chapel, Courtenay.  Graveside Service was held  Thursday, May 9th, 3 p.m. in  the Seaview Cemetary. Har-  > vey Funeral Home directed.  153-25  IN MEMORIAM  IN loving memory of a dear  ���' Mother, Agnes Frances'  Mullett (Granny) who passed  away May 20, 1971.  To-day recalls the memory  Of a loved one gone to rest  And those who think of .her  to-day  Remember her the best.  Ever remembered by Doris,  Gordon and family.       161-25  PERSONAL  BAHA'IS believe in . . . The  foundation of all religions  is one. Religion must be the  source of unity. 885-9450 or  886-2078. - 99-tfn  COMMISSION on original ink  drawing, water color of your  best cottage or house. Also  portraits. Reasonable , rates.  Call Andrew Krumins. 885-  2601. 112-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community., Hall. Phone ,883-  2401.'   "     '  3952-tfn   J     t  COMMISSION on original ink  drawing, water color of  your best ^ cottage or house.  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  Krumin's, 885-2601. 124-26  LOST  YOUNG female bull terrier.  Blonde with some white  ' markings. Answers to Genie.  Reward for information regarding whereabouts. 'Phone  886-2088 or 885-9331.       167-27  HELP WANTED  GOOD typist including' dictaphone, receptionist and gen-,  eral office duties. - Sechelt office.   Apply   Box 5000,   Peninsula Times. Box 310, Sechelt,'  B.C.  y     tfn  SUMMER relief cook for St.  ��� Mary's Hospital. Preference:  given applicants with institutional or - restaurant cooking  experience. Apply to the dietician, 885-2224. 173-25  EXPERIENCED carpenter. Ph..  885-2525 or 886-2344.       138-26  EXPERIENCED  waitress  and  part time kitchen help. Apply P. A. Cafe, Sechelt,, 885-  9344.  "    "  ' 209-25  JUNE 1���caretaker - janitor,  Gibsons United Church. Approx. 50 hrs month. Enquire  at church__office or Mr. Jones,  886-9843. 200-26  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  .   Phono:   885-9654 or 885-2635.   .Gibsons: .886-2121  Published Wednesdays by  Powell < River - News Town ' Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd. ~:  at Sechelt. B.C. ,  Established 1963  Box Numbers  50c extra  Member. Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30. 1973  Grow Circulation, 4446  Paid   Circulation .3894  As filed withLthe Audit, Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit;  >   Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  _ne Insertion $1.20-  Three Insertions' ���$2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rate does not apply to "  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  - fpr Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Header advertising 40c  ';  per count line.,.'   ..  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam. Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  words per line. -  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A . $10.00 yr.  Overseas. $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ���  Single Copies .2���  $6.00  _15c  WORK WANTED  PEERLESS    Tree    Services-  Guaranteed    insured ��� work.  Phone 885-2109. 1887-tfn  FOR all your carpentry needs,  ' call A. Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  GIRL with   experience > needs  employment as secretary or  cashier   in   Pender   Harbour  area. Ph. 883-9162. 13-25  CHILD   care.   Day  Phone 886-7755.  or  night.  101-26  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn'at any time."���-(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted oh the condition that in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but 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 publication. Change from .original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing In the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly' by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law. - *  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance. Rubbish removaL Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates _  Gibsons'to Sechelt. Also fire-"  place wood for sale, $15 per  load delivered. Phone Norm,  886-9503.      - 9983-tfn  GARDENING,   garden   clean .  up, lawn maintenance, cutting and trimming. Phone Randy, 885-2769. 123-26  WILL  butcher,  dress  or  cut  your meat  or  game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-90457  3044-tfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   esti-  nates.  Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  YOUNG   man   wishes  experience in log salvage. Phone  '886-2619 after 6. , _ 139-26  GENERAL    handyman.  - Carpentry,  painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  E X P/lj RIENCED gardener.  Lama care. Planting .Roto-  tilling. Hedges. General clean  up. Phone Ted Gough, 885-  2579. 68-25  PETS  FREE good homes wanted for  colorful Persian kittens. Ph.  885-2483.    - 144-27  SPAYED Shephard cross, 1%  years, excellent watch dog.  Really good with children but  chases chickens. Phone 885-  9446. 157-25  LIVESTOCK  6 MTH. old pigs, $150. Phone  885-9331. ' 207-25  FOR RENT (Continued;  FOR year round rental, water-.  front home, Wilson Creek.  $270 month. 1st and last in  advance.- Ref. required. No  children. Call Vancouver (112)  434-3777.    ,    134-24  1 ROOM suite with bath, furnished,   fully   modern,' $70.  Phone 886-9641 between 9 a.m.  and 3 p.m. 159-25  AVAIL, immed. New 2 bdrm. >  ste.  Couples   only  or  with  one child. No pets. $175. References. 886-2940. 203-26  WANTED TO RENT       ~  URGENT ���  Working  single  girl needs', furnished housekeeping "room or suite. Phone  885-2992. 163-25  SECHELT���Halfmoon Bay area. Cabin. July 28 to Aug.  11. Phone (112)594-1241.  ���  105-26  RCMP member wants three  bedroom   house in  Sechelt  area. .885:2266. t   , 15-27.  , 1 BEDROOM cabin in-.Sechelt.  ��� area* for. summer. Ph. Susan  885-2716 days.       '��� 164-25  YOUNG professional couple  . seeks smaller house immed.  Sechelt Peninsula, Bowen Is.,  or similar. Excellent references. Business phone 892-3548.  , 197-26  RESPONSIBLE married couple with 3 children require  house, on the Peninsula by  June 1st. Experienced carpenter and landscaper. 885-2637.  141-26  REAI   ESTATE (Cent.)  LARGE corner lot.. 155.34x80*.  ,4 BR house, all ground level. ' Will sell for appraised  value. Some terms if necessary. Phone 886-2557,      64-25  PENDER HARBOIJR  LAKESIDE RESORT,  .On beautiful Hotel Lake. 6  rental units plus owner's quarters. Over 400' waterfrontage;  21 acres allows for expansion  to trailer, campers, etc. Asking $99,000; terms.  EGMONT   .  WEST Sechelt 1 acre elevated   view   property.   Beautifully ' treed.   Fully    serviced.  . $22,500. Phone 885-2155. ���   205-27^  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, be--  , tween Joe 'and Bay vie w Rds.  Lots' serviced' with water and  paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 8.36-7316  or write Box 9503/ c-o Peninsula Times, Box-310, Sechelt,  8875-tfn  BUILD a better home with a  National package. Mortgage'  money   available.   Call   Dave  Whidden,,885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt. 88-tfn  'YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of InsurcMicc  --   Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  or, 886-9121  LAKEFRONT RETREAT: The'  ideal spqt .to spend, a quiet  summer and weekend fishing  headquarters. Both salt water  and lake fishing, water skiing,  swimming. Two room log cabin with large deck, furnished.  Boat float. Pre-summer price  $27,500.  GIBSONS: One lot only for  $8,500. 65'xl30', level, wooded.  Let's see your offers on this  sone.  GRANTHAMS: Large corner  lot with panoramic , view. , 3  bdrm. home, . spacious living t  room opens to deck. W-W car-,  pet. Family size kitchen with  separate breakfast nook. Carpeted dining room, modern 4  pee. bath, i Utility room, A-oil  heat. Part bsmt. Best buy. in  a family home at $36,000.  - GRANTHAMS: Situated on  double lot with unobstructed  view. Cozy 4 room cottage.  Crestwood cabinet, kitchen. Living room has fireplace. A  real buy at only $26,000. Terms .  considered.  LOGGING foreman for camp  "L", Salmon Inlet for And-  reeff Bros. Live in camp or  commute to Sechelt dally.  Wages plus production bonus;  also grade cat .operators and  welder mechanic. Phone 723-  9207 or 724-4933 or Parksville  radio; Sechelt Creek.      179-27  SWIMMING instructor for Davis Bay to Halfmoon Bay  area. Must be fully qualified.  Salary to be negotiated. Sunshine Coast Lions Club; Bo^c  275, Sechelt. ,     ' 20-tfn  GOOD typist. Write,Box 154,  c/o  Peninsula   Times,   Box  310, Sechelt. 154-25 ,  WOOD worker for well established Vancouver boat builder. PhonO week days 008^0341.  .    : 182-27  FLEETWOOD LOGGING  /''.    c��< '7;'",'',  McNab Creek Gamp  requires experienced rigging  crow, choker men, laridlng men  and rigging sUngors, Contact  ������-RrFITCHr885s9057~-  .   ���    ,        0B28-2B  CARETAKER-handyman for  mobllo homo park. Mechanically Inclined. Must have driver's licence Ono bdrm,, furn,  duplex supplied plus romun��  oration, Reference., required,  For appointment .phono 000-  002G, 10210-tfn  ,���: \ ,, ,  COOKS and waltrcascB needed  for summor resort. No living  quarters,   Call  Sunshine' Inn,  Garden Bay, 883-2512.     166-25  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  ' Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order,   258-tfr  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Bcr-  ger,. ls   coming   to   Coast,  Contact Sunshine -Farm, 886-  9646.  11-27  Come In and see our new  Tack display ....  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  AH Buckerfleld Feeds  Hardware - Fencing,  Fertilizer - Purina Products  '     Alfalfa - Hay; - Straw  Garden Seeds ��� Seed Potatoes '  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south' from Highway  ,   PHONE  886-7527  ,, 8820-tfn  4 YEAR old Appaloosa mare,  fl year, old iiony saddle!  1 ,  goat, , laying chickens, 1 year  old turkeys, ducks , and geese,,  Phono 800-7120.        ,,    176-2B  CHICKS ��� dual purpose -7  p*p.��Pnymastcr( '-Rhotlo >�������Island,���  Red Cross, White Leghorns,  Whlto Rockfi, Ship anywhere,  Napier Hatchery, 22470. 04th  Ave,, RR 7, Langley, 634-0200,  3709-tfn  REAL ESTATE  ROBERTS Creek lot, 66x196,  R-2  zoning.   Private.. $8,000  firm.   Largo   Road,  Block  to  beach. 029-4618. 185-27  NEW DELUXE  EXECUTIVE HOME  1200 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, wall-to-wall,. cable vi*  sion, closed-ln deluxe garage,  close to shopping centre, de- '  luxe features throughout home.  and located right in  ; ,77 Sechelt'.'. 7;  ���    Phone:  MIKO  CONSTRUCTION  085-2912 (No Agents)  0530.tfn  500' waterfrontage, deep moorage. 5 acres;' approx. 200' BT  rd. frontage. New 2 .bedrm  home. * Salmon fishing' from  your front door. 'Ideal group  investment-or sub-divide. Asking $100,000.  JACK NOBLE  883-2701  '    Rochester Realty Ltd.  936-7292  "    - -._���     - '    .   8913-tfn  PENDER ^arbour.'(Fantastic  view lot. Ideally located. Fully  serviced. Phone 298-1786 or  883-2663. 72-25  OCEAN VIEW   '  As new, 12x66 Glendale Home  on 56 ft. lot.  "W. Sechelt."2 BR 17 ft. LR;  dinette with built in china,  cabinet and desk. /WW carpets,  drapes, elec. range and fridge,  wired music' system, vanity  bath and utility room. FP  $22,000 for lot and home.  Terms 9 per cent. Immed. possession. Phone 885-2416.  '  58-25  VIEW ,lot for sale in Gibsons.  Phone 88672417. 146-tfn  HOPKINS LANDING  100' of hard to find level waterfrontage with 3 BR older  home, Fireplace. Fruit trees.  Good .garden soil. Exclusive,  Mrs. Corry Ross, 886-7659.  ' 7^ L.  E.  Ryle "Realtor"   ,  1353 Marino Drive,  West Vancouver ��� 922-1123  ���;,,'���<  ��� .���',-   ;,'��� ���;;/:   9534-211  LOT for sale, vlllago of Secta  , elt, 41'x200', Sechelt Inlet  Road, Phone 805-0665.  .;��� 110-20  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607.  Freda DuMont 886-7105   9540-25  WEST SECHELT���View lot of  ocean and Trail Islands.  Fully serviced, level, on quiet  cul-de-sac, 101x150* in area of  new homes. Phone 885-9453.  I 158r25.  When You Consider .  Building ...  Why   not   try   the  Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans ,  available  for' complete  home  packages. Modular homes and.  custom planning.   Most  econ--.  omical  way;' to   build   under -  present day, conditions. Call . . -  COE ENTERPRISES LTD.   ,  883-2671 or 883-2451  .     8914-tfn  .   ^ v  FANTASTIC VIEW  Level lot, 90x149' ft. W. Sechelt, overlooking Trail Is.  and Ocean. Near boat launching and beaeh. All services,  $13,900. Owner. Phone 885-  2416. - 59-25  HOPKINS Landing, 4 BR  house, by owner. Semi-waterfront, access to beach, safe  mooring. Phone 886-2492 after  6. ' ' 10108-tfn  CUSTOM PRE-BUILT  HOMES  You can now buy direct from  factory, $17.50 sq. ft.���for information please call 941-4929  or 941-2369 or write:     "  1210 Pipeline Road,  Port Coquitlam    9551-25  3 WOODED acres, year round  creek,  near park  and  new  Sunshine Coast arena. $22,000.  885-2568. 140-tfn  VIEW LOTS  75' lot in Davis Bay or 70' lot  in West Sechelt. Both serviced.  John. Wilson  885-9365 or 526-7359  London Estates Ltd.  522-1631  .���   ; -   9536-26  MORTGAGES  \    . NEED MONEY?     -  Mortgages  Arranged     ��  Bought  Sold   ���  - First - Second - Third -  SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438 Marine Drive  West. Van. 926-3256          8909-tfn  GOSLINGS,  ,    800-01)08,  $3   each.  Phono  177-20  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's,   Phono   885-  0027.    , , 3340-tfn  FOR RENT  REAL ESTATE 64 INSURANCE,  PENDER HARBOUR r EGMONT - EARL COVE  ., RUBY��LAKE*---.cbmor-lot,Non-w  THREE CABINS ������on ono lot���i within 50' of excollont boach.  F,P, $36,000,  GARDEN DAY LAKE - 22 ocros wllh, soma lako frontago, excel-  lent subdivision potential, F,P, $60,000.  PEARSON ISLAND -���24 acre?, cjloso to ponder Harbour, Good  Investment ot $125,000.,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL. FREE: ,687-6445  NORTH ROAD- GIBSONS: 3 bdrm. home on sower. 6  months old excellent family home,close to schools  and shopping. Immediate occupancy. $37,000.00.  Soames Point: Quality older home on deep lot. View  properly with deyeloped parking area. $28,500.00.  SELMA PARK: Lovely 2 bdrrn. home, 1 V% yrs. old.  Immaculately finished, w/w carpets, L.R. with fireplace) dining room,. utility1. Large c/p and workshop.  Lots of closets, F.P. $26,000.00. Dominion Lease  7; '    ��� ��� ��� 7 '��� 7 Land.' 7 ������'���'_��� 7 ��� ���   '���������'���,  _    ON  1  YEAR Joftso, Comfort-  \    ,,   i\|)lo   furnlnhod   houHQ   nnd  small htiHlncsH sltuntc^l In ruis'  \\\ nron North of Socholt. Suit-  nblo   for   couple,   Roforonccn  Our client'requires on account- ' required, ��� Write Box  180, c-o  nnt-for-thelr~oMlce-1h-PovroU^Por>lnBultt~TlmOB��'Dox3l?r-So'  ACCOUNTANT  , BOOKKEEPER  Itlvor, Plonno "PPly In writ*  Ing Mating qualifications, ref<-  orenccB  nnd   experiences   to:  Hill, Atchlfion, Hancock & Co.,  100 Station Street  " " *""-,~ 'Duncanr'B.Cr"���' ~*--  All replica held In strict  confidence,    0030-tfn  LADY for light hoiwo clotm-  ln�� ono day per week, Pen-  dor Hnrbour nron. Phono 003-  ',231, 172-25  choltj.  -27  SHELL.  SERVICE station In  Halfmoon  Bny. Phono Mfi-  0311. , lOUO-tfn  SELF contained" 1 bdrm suite  In Secholt. Suit fllnglo wor-  klnK ponion, PrldRo and ntovo  Incl.  ifiao,  flnr>.2B27 dayo,  HALL for rent, Wilson C\  Community    Hall.    Cdiitnct  Marg Pearson, 00B-2337.  3240-tfn'  WATERFRONT ~ 2.5 ocros with larpo solid homo, boat build-  Ina facility, wall sawmill ��� all for $70,000 full prlco.1  MARINA   excollont potontldl - good Income 7Room for expansion - High gix>?�� - dotalli at office,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1600 sq, ft.homo With 3 bedroom*,  wall to wall, large living room with h<jata!atar fireplace, laroo  wortuhop, A lovely homo on two lovol aero*. Good buy at$55,QQ0. ..  . .______^.     ' ' p  PENDER HARDOUR ��� Over dn bcre of waterfront, 180' of deep  protected moorage, 3 DR home, noodi some work, F.P, $46,800,  REDROOFFS *  Lovely corner  lot -  Approx,   240'   frontage on  B��drooff��   Rood,   F.P.   $9,000.  ���. WE NEED LISTINGS  PHONE 883-2794  John Droon  883-9978  Archie Drayton  883-9926  Jock Hormon  883-2745  BEACH AVE; 2 bdrm, and baby room, 1100 sq. ft.  home,2Yz yrs., pld. Utility and Kitchen and Living-  room. Very modern and situated, on, nice Jot with  close access to ocean and store. F,P. $36,500.00.  LARGE,CORNER SITE: In Gibsons, j,03 acres zoned  multiple dwelling ready for future development. De7  tails on request. j  10 ACRES HWY. 101: Beautiful sipping land/well  , treed, , creek. $55,000.00,  Ideal horineslte,  RETIREMENT HOME: The village, no hills to climb.  Nice lot, fenced. 1 bdrm,, living room and c|osed In  porch. Utility. $21,000.00, terms'available,  iM-oPT-UH. S^PfVflJBlVjfJi��i 1*1  MARINE DRIVE - GIBSONS: Lovely homo -close'to  beach.   3   bdrms,   utility,   fireplace and   Sundeck.  $28,000. Terms. Dominion Leqse Land.  A-  20 ACRES HWY,  101,: Close to, Gibsons. Has log  cqbln on, very nlco flat properly In Ideal location.  F.P. $66,000.00.      7  REVENUE PROPERTY: 9 suite Apt. and .a triplex'  located In Gibsons Vlllago, Lot thom buy themselves,  with moderate' Down Paymorvr. Call for details,    '  ,, ,..  DAVIS BAY< Quality built homo on Landscaped view  proporty. 2 fireplaces. Largo working kitchen, many  extras, double garago.  One of Davis, Bay's finest  homos, $58,000,00,  MARINE DRIVE: Duplex, i bedroom, utility, baso-  mont, 'Close to shopping, $30,000.00.  \6Y% acres Hwy, 101: 2J/a mllos east of iangdalo.  Two c reeks'"���" coii Id bo rtiado Into* Idea I homosltoT Excellent future potential, $38,000,00,  LIST I N  K. A. Croiby BQdt.2090  Mike money BB6-7436  GS     WANTED  J, VUwr 886-2531  Don Sutherland 005-9362  GARDEN BAY  4 BR home, partial basemeent, carport,  landscaped.   Lot could  .possibly   be' subdivided   into   2   parcels.   $43,000.  GARDEN BAY RD. - KLEINDALE  3 BR. home, built in 1969, with 2 BR. suite on lower level; some  appliances, 2 fireplaces, oil furnace, large sundeck, carport. -On  approx. 2 acres of level land with over 1 acre cleared and in  grass. 22'x40' workshop with shake roof, roughed-in plumbing -  could be converted to a rental home.  $85,000.1  LOTS  1. SINCLAIR BAY R0AD7 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 and.$14,4007  2. NARROWS ROAD - cleared  view lots near Madeira   Park,  $10,000 and $11,000.-  3. IRVINE'S LANDING V lot with view over Lee Bay, $10,500.  4. MADEIRA PARK - serviced view lots, $8500 ond $9800.  5. NARROWS ROAD - opprox. %' acre level land, excellent view,  $29,000.  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx. 3 acres, 250' choice waterfront in Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bldg. with repair facilities, display and sales room,  office, stockroom. Owner's 2 BR home, 7 motel, units, facilities  for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Large up to date stock  of boats, motors, parts, marine hardware,' Evinrude sales and  service. $250,000. plus cash for stock.  KLEINDALE  1. Approx. 8 ocres on Highway 101 - creek  2. Adjoining approx. 20 acres -  $35,000.  $25,000.  EARL COVE  Level lot on corner of Jervis Inlet Rd. and Hwy. 101  - $11,000.  *    - GARDEN BAY  3 BR Post and Beam home with full- basement on level, landscaped lease lot. Close to stores, marinas and  P.O.  $35,000.  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Small  general store  and  adjoining  one  BR owner's  home  in  centen  of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100' frontage  on both Madeira.Park Rd. and Hwy.   101, containing approx.  1.09 acres. $50,000 plus stock. ��  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx. 20 acres of view property - ideal for mobile home park  or condominium development - approx.  800' bluff  waterfront.  $125,000.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres/partially developed, with approx. ,3,900/ of prim-  . ary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000.  EGMONT  Approx. 3/5 acre lot with 550' on Maple Road ��� level, treed.  Good location for a summer cottage or mobile home. Close to  Egmont Marina. $10,500.  GARDEN BAY  2 BR home, partial basement, on landscaped view lot. Close to  Marinas, stores and P.O. Leased lot. $35,000.  '     WATERFRONT LOTS - EGMONT  2 waterfront lots on the comer of Maple Road and Egmont Road.  Approx. 128' waterfront. Gas pumps and small garage. Excellent  location for commercial or residential development. $36,000.  BGMONT ���   '  Approx.   1% acres  of  view  property  with   111'   frontage  on  Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road. 2 older bldgs. on  property. Possible subdivision site. $47,500.  NELSON ISLAND  Approx/ A.OO^ waterfront on approx, 25 acres treed proporty.  Several beaches, smqll Island, good sheltered cove. Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Cove or Egmont; $135,000.,  WATERFRONT HOME-��� EGMONT  Very largo 4 DR home, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent'for a group purchase. $105,000.  VIEW LOTS '���-; GARDEN BAY, ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved1 road, water arid hydro,  Public access to,waterfront. Clpse to stores, marinas, government  7        wharf ahd post office, $6,900 to $9,500.  GARDEN BAY  lomo on level come   ..., ....,,  .     _.  fruit tr^os, Closo to marina, stores and P.O; Leased lot, $45,  3 BR, full basement homo on level cornor lot, fully landscaped,  MADEIRA PARK  Commercial lots In downtown Madeira Park, $16,000 8< $20,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  165' doop watorfront, 7 acres of treed property, Water occeti  only. $25,000  ','" ','���"'" 'RUBY;LAKE',MOTEL"V" " "'.'" ���" "'" f   8 housekeeping units, 2 slboplno,units, manager's one BR,residence and offlco In a beautiful setting on 4,34 ocros wllh approx,  200',on Ruby lake and 800' on lagoon, Hwy, 101 runs through  proporty, Float ond launching romp on Ruby Lako. $115,000.  HIDDEN BASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx. 2,000' sheltered, deep watorfront, low bank shoreline,  several beaches and bays on approx., 11.3 acrei of beautifully  treed properly wllh small crooK, Furnished ono BR' cottapo,  furnished guost cottage,, workshop, woodshed, well and pump-  house. A boats, 2 motors, trail,bike, garden tractor, numerous  tools and equipment, float. An' excollont buy at p$fl0,0QQ,  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE - KLEINDALE '  Good level commercial site, approx, 19 acres on Highway 101,  gravel pit, Suitable for building supplies,  service station,  etc,  Asking $65,000, Open to offers.  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY LTD.  Madoira Park, B.C.  Phono Pondor Harbour 883-2233  Vancouver Direct Lino 689-7623  1* /  MORTGAGES (Continued)       AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont.)       BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.*    TRACTORS  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.) .      LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)  PRIME    .  MORTGAGE  MONEY.,  First Mort. from 11' per cent  2nd from 13,% per cent  our fee is-1 per cent, example:  $10,000 mort.,. fee $100  .Call     .  Heritage Mortgage  Investment Co.  Wayne or Bob 873-2133  Wayne eves. 886-2556  9531-26  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING HOBBY SH($>  Steady, and growing clientel.  All stock, 2 year lease with  option. Plus $1800 revenue  from sublet. $7000 cash, term-  on balance of $3000 at 8. per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.  . ,8801-ttn  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Bfie.  '62 STATION wagon. V6 auto.  Good cond. $300. Phone 885- '  2674. 191-25  '69  BONCO  pickup, 4 wheel  drive, will trade for pickup.  Phone 885-2816. 122'-26  1963 Ford Fairlane, trans.  Special  r_���,.  $145.  1961 Mercedes Benz, 6 cyl.  gas, Al  $1095  1974 Ford F-100 PU, 302 V8,  radio, HD bumper, only-  1,000 miles.  -'  $3795.  COPPlNG'S CAR TOWN  885-2204 885-2084  9533-25  1970 PLYMOUTH Fury II 2  door H.T., V-8 auto., P.S.,  P.B., vinyl top, new paint and  tires. Good condition; $1800.  Phone 886-2512.^ 162-25  '69-FORD   4x4,   F250.   Good  condition   with   homemade  canopy, ,,FG , over-   plywood.  $2700. Phone 883-2285.  7 ..    127-24  '60 PONTIAC: Strato Chief  with. excellent rebuilt mot-,  or. '61 Volvo, good condition.  Will trade either or both for*.  % tod or sell. Phone 886-2464.  ,r 168-25  '65    FORD    station    wagon,'  Auto., V8, 283 cu. in: $750.  Phone 886-2767. 95-26  '71 FORD Torino. Green with  vinyl roof. 3 spd. auto, trans.  302 cu. in. motor. Phone 885-  9345. .     62-25  BOATS & ENGINES  10 FOOT alum, boat, 4 hp Evinrude. $200' or nearest of-  fer. Phone 885-9792.        206-25  50- HP' MERCURY  outboard,  1973   16'. glass   over   wood  . boat.   886-7123. Ask for   Tom  or leave message.        10170-tf  14'   ENTERPRISE   sail   boat,  complete with Dacron sails,  buoyancy ibags   and    trailer.  . $695. Phone 883-2336.      79-25  19 FOOT boat, %" cedar and  FG;   V_   cabin.  Needs some  work. No motor. .$400. Phone  885-2461. 171-25   s   1 >��� Tug Boat -  Squamish Pilot  Length 30' 0"; Beam 11' 0"  Registered Tonnage 6.44 Tons;  Hull y_ inch Plate. Draft 6' 1";  Twin Disc Marine Reverse  Gear. '  For more.information contact,  H. Hansen, Canadian Forest  Products Ltd., Days 685-7341,  evenings after 6:00 p.m., 943-  2115. 9538-26  1973 .16' SCEPTRE Craft, 65  - ,_hp Johnson elec, EZ loader  trailer. Unit has full convertible top, trolling OB bracket,  all life jackets, etc. $2700. 885-  2204..  p 210-25  12'   CARTOP   boat,   Tote-um  --loader.   Excellent  condition.  Phone 886-2826.     ,    10205-tfn  u'fT. FG runabout and'trailer, .windshield and steering '  wheel.   Cast   floatation'. seats,  $400.  Phone  885-2198.  126-26 ,  14%    FT.   runabout,    35,   hp  Merc.  Good condition. Best  offer. Phone,885-9385.      77-25  14'   FIBREGLASS  boat   with  with canvass cover and 50  H.P. Mercury outboard, $1300.  Phone 883-2473. . 147-25  14.% FT. K&C, FG, camper  . "top, sleeperette seats. 40 hp  Evinrude, elec. start, twin gas  tanks, -immaculate condition.  883-2336. 135-26  22' CABIN cruiser. Glass over  ply.   90   hp  Evinrude.. 886-  7119. 10219-25,  1969    CASE    D-450    Crawler  complete with 4 in 1 Drott  Bucket,   canopy   and   trailer.  886-2535. 92-tfn  IT  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Moy IS, 1974���Page A-5  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (ConHnuod)  MOBILE HOMES  CAMPERS ft TRAILERS  /  '64 ESTAVILLA 14. foot trail-  , er. Sleeps 6. Propane range,  light and heater. Ice box. Asking $800. Phone 885-2325 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.  183-25  15  FOQT travel trailer, good  ���condition, $850. Phone 886-  7473. 152-25  MACHINERY  MOVING, must sell D4 Cat-  erpillar. Good condition, also  4 year old diesel farm* tractor  and implements. Phone 886-  ,7126. -. 174-25  INVITATIONS INVITED  FOR LEASE OR RENTAL  of on  INSLEY  CRANE   BACKHOE  45 foot boom, dragline, diesel  powered,   cable   operated,   on  tracks.  Phone (112)  324-2361  9532-25  DOUBLE ;WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property," guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full, basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides.' For further information"  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby   '  Member of the Western Mobile Home Assoc.,'  M.D.L, 25012  8917-tfn,  12x68 AMBASSADOR deluxe,  2 BR, en suite plumbing, .  separate ' dining room with  sliding glass door, raised LR  with elec. fireplace. Crushed  velvet sofa and chair. Sunshine Coast Trailer Park.  9617-tfh  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  New models now on display:  24x48 Embassy, twin-wide, 3  BR, fireplace, DR, dishwasher,  $19,700.  12x68 AAbassador deluxe 3  BR, en suite plumbing, raised  LR with elec. fireplace.  2x68 Ambassador deluxe 2  **R, en suite plumbing, separ-  te DR with sliding' glass  doors. Raised LR with elec.  fireplace. -Crushed velvet sofa  and  chair.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy. 8922-tfn  NEW MODELS HAVE  ,    ARRIVED!  1974 12x68. Premier, 3 bdrm.,  bay window, red'shag. Deluxe  Spanish furniture and decor. .  WhUe appliances. Has loads of  options for .the full price of  only $13,800. '  1974 12x56 Chancellor deluxe  colonial, bay window, beautiful rust carpet, slider window  pkg. and many, many options.  $11,900' FP. '  SPECIAL!  FACTORY ORDERS ONLY!  1974 12x68 Chancellor 3,bdrm.,  std. ^furniture pkg., -electric  range, gun type f urnace,' bay  , window, LR, shag, detachable '  hitch,, washer plumbing, dryer  wiring. Power range hood., All  drapes. $12,500 FP.  1974 24x40 Chancellor double  wide. 3 big bdrms., "large  bathroom, frost free fridge,  elec. range, fully furnished  with colonial, decor. $15,900  F?. " ,  ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR 24x  52 DOUBLE WIDES ... available with full 4. pee. ensuite,  separate utility room, sep. dining area, .built-in bar, 3 huge  bdrms., ��� large kitchen and a  25' 2" living room .(includes  entrance hall). Priced from  $17,495, fully furnished.  All prices include complete  delivery and set up, 5 per cent  tax, 200 gal. oil tank, one set  of wooden steps and reaspn-  able lengths of service connection materials.  - We take Trades including  Cars and Trucks -  -���*  MSfctBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SSRVICE  DOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LT  REAL ESTATE  ESTATES LTD  PHONE 885-2241  DAVIS BAY VIEW "  New 3 bedroom full basement. Large livinq room with' rich wall-  to-wall carpets. Double plumbing, many extras. Basement. Ideal  for-future development. Large view property. Priced in Low 50's.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  EXEC. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Near New 2500 sq. ft. on two floors. Large family kitchen.  Loads of Cabinets. Dishwasher, range and fridge built-in. Large  sea view. Living room with w/w carpets. Fireplace. Rich wood  panelling. En-suite plumbing off master bedroom. This home  must be seen to be appreciated. 2 car garage plus large storage.  Level treed landscaped property with your own sandy beach.  F.P. $97,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  SELMA PARK  1140 sq. ft. view home, landscaped. 4 bedrooms, basement oil  finished. 2 sets plumbing, brick fireplace up and down. Breakfast  nook and dining room. Large carport'with sundeck over. Paved  drive.' Excellent neighbourhood for a family. F.P. $51,000.  , Terms. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.   ������  VILLAGE LOT  Fully  cleared  and   landscaped   lot.   All   fenced.   Approximately  9000 sq. ft. 93 ft. frontage. 2 blocks from shopping, 2 blocks'  from beach. Full price $9800.00, % down. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.  SECHELT RETIREMENT.  SECHELT AND AREA  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  .   BEHIND HACKETT PARK  Within one mile of Shopping Centre, Schools, Hospital and  Beach.  Over  60 lots available for  $8,800 to  $12,500.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared  site for mobile  homo,  serviced.  F.P.  Doug Joyce.  $8,950.00.  Cali  $31,000 FULL PRICE  BOISE Cascade ]2'x6Cy mobile home on ,% acre property. 2  bedroom 18'xl28 living room wAv carpets. Stove and fridge  included. 20'xl2' carport plus 20'x6' workshop. 14' deep freeze.  All on cement driveway, country atmosphere, garden lot. Owner  transferred. Call Stan or Jack Anderson,  DAVIS BAY  1240 sq, ft. on one floor. This home has everything from the %  acre landscaped lot to a covered patio with barbeque, 2 car port,  large workshop or garage, Living room with fireplace plus family  room, 3 bedrooms, master has full plumbing. Also secluded, One  block to sandy boach. Elementary school nearby. F.P. $58,200,00.  '   Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT  90'x205' on Wakefield Road. Fully serviced, year round creok,  good soil, woll tre^. Full prlco  $12,000.  Call Stan or Jack  "'���'' ��� Anderson, '  '���'-,'.' "   '"    .- i,1"        .. '.���  . , WEST SECHELT  243' on Nor West Bay Road. R2 .toned property. Treed, Trailora  allowed. FmII price $9,500. Call Doug Joyce,  WEST SECHELT  Two bodroom cottage on a nice largo lot, Zoned R2, treed, oood  garden soil. Asklrtg only $13,500. Call Lon or Suzanne Van  Egmond, 885-2241, 885-9683. (ALSO ONE AT $9,900,00)  WEST SECHELT - VIEW  View. Mobllo Homo, 2 bedrooms, handy location, closo to boach,  R2 zoned property. .Ideal for retirement or summer uso. Asking  $22,00,0, good terms, 9%, early, possession, Call Dovig'Joyce,  or Suzanno Van Egmond,  LEASE  Commercial building,,Village of Secholt, 3,663 sq, ft, $550. per  month, Call Ed Bakor.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Three car radio equipped tax| biislness, Financial statements to  Interested parties; Call  Suzanne Van Egmond. 885-9683,  ���'���   885-2241.   ���  ,7 100' WATERFRONT .  Redrooffs  Road, Sargent Bay Area. Approximately   1%  acros,  Hlflh  view  property,   $20,000.  full  price.  Coll  Jack or Stan  Andorson.  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  ���    WEST SECHELT  Lovol lot, nicely troed, Handy location In .West Secholt,  Near  school, trailers, pormlttod,, R2 zoned,��� F.P. $8,900,00. Call Lon  or Suzanno Von Egmond, 885-9683.  SEA VIEW LOTS  WEST SECHELT ,  Avorago 13,000 sq. ff. Trood, paved rood, Walking distance to  public boach access. South west slopo, Zoned R-1, Ideal rotlromont'  area, Priced from $10,500, Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Largo treed properties, approx, % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allow-'  ed. Pavod roads, close to Sargoant Bay. Hot fishing spot, Priced  ,:'        from $6,750.C all Jack or Stan Andorson.  ���  ;" ���', Gibsons ' 7    7 " , '��� '  Two'cleared lots In Gibsons. On, sower, Close to boat launching  ramp, Payed roads front and bock. Zonod Comprehensive development, Full Prlco $27,000,00, Call Doug Joyco,  ^ r-���   ROBERTS CREEK    ��� ���r-  7 APPROX, 5 ACRES 7      ,-,:  290' highway frontago, Naturally treed, gentle, south slope, ,Full  price $25,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  ,2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft, each on Torodo St. In tho Vlllago of Socholt, zonod com*  morclal. Ready to go. Serviced, Approx. 200 foot'doop, Full price  $15,000 each, Coll Jock or Stan Anderson,  TREED R2 LOT  This lot Is fully sorvlcod with gontlo south slopo, 65'x opprox, 200'  In slzo, Partially cloared, Easy accoss from Ndr-Wost Pay Road,  F.P. $9600,00, Call Jock or Ston Andorson, '  2tt ACRE VIEW  2 bodroom home, noar new. Roberts Crook near Flumo Road,  Highway frontago,  $27,000,00, Coll  Jock or Stan Andorson.  ,."<   TROUT LAKE AREA ������������  21 ACRES  Approximately I mile highway front. Treed. Zoned 5, acre holdings, F.P. $32,000, Coll Stan or Jack Andorson.  WILSON CREEK  Excollont   vlow   lots   available   from   $7950,00   ond   up,  SELMA PARK \  2 bodroom cottage, largo kitchen, stovo and frldqo Included, Cozy  Hvlnq room.  Electric Tieat,   Ideal  rotlromont,  Dominion Loaso,  Full, prlco $9,950,00, Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  DAVIS BAY LOT  75' frontage on q��|ot residential street, Very good vlow of  ocean. Treed. Basement excavation In and fully sorvlcod, Full prlco  $14,900,00, Coll Jock or Stan Anderson,  ���     I .  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE, THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN TWO  HALVES   ...   COMPLETELY   FINISHED   INCLUDING  PLUMPING,  ROOI!IN<i---CARpmr-CADlNETS--'r-r-r-r  OPTIONS   INCLUDE   FIREPLACE,   PANELLING   ETC.   A  SALESMAN WILL BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THROUGH.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE.  Day* Roberts Lon or Suzanne Van Egmond Jack or Stan Anderson Ed Bokcr Doug Joyco  Evm, PbofHi 805-9785   Ev��w. Phone 805-9683   Eve*, phone 885-2053 or 885-2385    Eves. Phono 885-2641       Eves, Ph, 005-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544 ��'  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  :l  Div.  of  Copping's Car Town Sales Ltd.  885-2204 days - 885-2084 nites  MDL 5520   9535-25  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfn  47x10 GUARDIAN, furnished.  Good'    condition  with  gun  type furnace. Phone 883-2720.  61-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  CHANGE OF  NAME ACT  NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION  FOR  CHANGE   OF  NAME  -NOTICE is hereby given  that- an application, will, be  made to the Director "of Vital  Statistics for a change of name,  pursuant to the provisions of  the "Change of Name,Act" by  me: TKelma May 'of Lower  Road, Roberts Creek) British  Columbia as follows;.  To change my name from  Thelma May to Thelma Bowman.  Dated this 15th day of May,  A.D., 1974.  THELMA MAY  9537-pub. May 15, 1974  Form No. 1  LAND ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND.    '  in Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situated in  Sechelt Inlet (Tuwanek Point):  Take   notice  that   Osborne  lagging Co. Ltd., of Sechelt, ���  ii.C,   occupation   loggers,   intends to apply for a lease of  v>he following described' lands:  Foreshore not surveyed.' \' _  Commencing at S"post planted at the shore end of Special  Use Permit No. 7813; thence  South 60W, 100 feet; thence  South 10W, 600 feet; thence  South 20O feet to a point on  the shore of Sechelt Inlet and  containing 2% acres, more or  less.  The l purpose for which the  disposition is required is log  ��� storage.  OSBORNE LOGGING Co. Ltd.  Dated April 22, 1974. .-  10223-pub. ��� May 8,  15,  1974  APPLICATION FOR A  WATER LICENCE  WATER ACT^  (Section 8)  1, Erik and Patricia H. Niel-  son of RR 2,~ Highway 101,  Gibsonsr-B.C. hereby apply  to the Comptroller of Water  Rights for a licence to divert  and use water out of Stephen  Creek which flows SW and  discharges into Roberts Creek  . and give notice of my application to all persons affected.'  The point of diversion will  be located at 50 feet above  NE corner peg.  The .quantity of water to be  diverted is 500 gia.d.  The purpose for which the  water will be used is domestic.  The land on which the water will be used is Lot C of  Lot 5823, Gp. 1, N.W.D.  tA copy of this application  was posted on the 13th March,  1974 at the proposed point of  diversion and on the land or  mine where the water is to be  used and two copies were filed  in the office of the Water Recorder at Vancouver, B.C.  Objections to this application may, be filed with, the said  Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C. within thirty days of the  first date of publication of the  application.,upp.i-> .u- .n,._ >..   ERIK and PATRICIA1  H. NIELSEN  HOT water heating boiler; oil  fired.,  Used.   Medium   size. -  885-9007. 97-26  BLACK and white TV console,  , Good cond. 885-9552. 181-25  MOFFATT 36" electric range,  $50,  good  condition.  Phone  886-7061. .   , 145-25 ���  NEW, Tota toilet II suitable for  cottage, railer or, boat, $90.  Phone 885-2928.   - 150-25  ROUGH'lumber. Custom cut.  Ph.   886-7126. ,   9585-29  ��� FOUR poster  bed  with near  new spring filled mattress.  Shephard - casters.    Excellent  cond. $125. Phone 885-2324;  ___________________  2 WINDOWS, 41x24 .and 36x  20 ������ 3 50 each. Coleman  Camp Kook. $10. 2 rolls carpet  runner, foam1 back 12' and 9',  27 inches. Portable record player $10. Singer portable sewing machine $20. TV $10. Misc.  items. Phone 885-9676.   178-25  155 H.P. Chrysler marine overhauled slant 6. Ph, 885-2121.  10144-tin  KWAHTAHMOSS  ,     FILM SOCIETY  Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  Wednesday Eves., 8 p.m.  May-15,  Gille Carle's  'THE TRUE NATURE ,OF  BERNADETTE".  '    MATURE  Warning: Frank treatment of  sex.  May 22  Laurence   Olivier   and   Merle ,  Oberon  "WUTHERING HEIGHTS"  Members $1.75   '   '  Non-members $2.50   9527-25  WANT used -carpet? Spectacular buy,   10x20  red   shag,  2 months old. 2 bedrooms or ?  Phone 886-9093. 188-25  50x8 FOOT float with floatation   by   Koralite   or  will  build to suit. Call Peter 883-  2336. 78-25  GARAGE sale. Next -to Chain  Saw Centre, Sechelt, Saturday May 18���10 a.m. to 4  p.m. Bedding, mattresses,  space heaters, hot water tanks,  shower units, toilet bowls,  dishes and many other, items.  Phone 885-2952. 189-25  SUNSHINE Coast  TV has  a  giant Clearance Sale on all  televisions   in  stock.   Sechelt,  . 885-9816.       > 91-25  KENMORE washer  er.   Top   modeL  condition.   1   year  Phone 886-9172.  spin dry-  Excellent  old.   $150.  169-25  TWILIGHT THEATRE   -  Gibsons 886-2827  Thursday, Friday, Saturday  May 18, 17, 18  "THE CHINESE  ,    CONNECTION"  starring Bruce Lee  GENERAL  SPECIAL NOTE: Show Time  Thursday, May  16 only  will  be 9:30 p.m.  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday  May 19, 20, 21  "THE DAY OF THE  JACKAL"  p    / GENERAL  Sunday, May 19 at 11 p.m.  HORROR, SHOW  "DEATrtMASTER" &  "THE HOUSE THAT  SCREAMED"  MATURE  All shows (except May 16 and  horror  show)   8  p.m.  and  in  color.   9529-25  WRINGER washer, like new.  $60. 886-9169. 10211-25  DOUBLE bed and mattress, 2  mths. old $75. Kitchen table  and 4 chairs $25. Phone 886-  7839 after 6. 193-27  NEARLY    new    Continental  double bed with gold colored  headboard. Phone 886-7281.   192-25  MARCONI stereo phono combination, newly, reconditioned,* nice  cabinet;   $75.   Phone  886-9537. 86-25  PLAY Lions Community Bingo, cards available, $1.00 ea.  by phoning 885-2012 days or  885-2027 nights. 4184-tfn  GOLF bag and clubs,' good  condition,   $60.   Phone' 886-  2581.   . 160-25  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and  fir.   Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  WRINGER washer, $25. Phone  885-2910.  176-27  TOPPER FLOAT  The New Wharf or Boathouse  Floatation  Replace sunken logs with proper floatation under your present' boathouse or dock. Also  suitable for tie-up buoys.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  USED counter top fridge, in-  good'condition. Ph. 886-7734.  148-25  First date of pupblication is:  May 15, 1974.  9539-pub. May 15, 22, 1974  FOR SALE  ONE General equalizer trailer  hitch, -2000 lb. capacity, $65.  Phone 884-5347. 151-25  FIREWOOD $35 cord, deliver-  ed. Phone 886-2464.     187-25  1 KITCHEN table, 4 chairs as  new, 1 Admiral B/W T.V.,-  19 inch on moveable stand, 2  flur. lights new, 1 pr. sander  discs., 1 folding clothes dryer,  1 circuit breaker complete  with 4 brakes, l.'hand lawn  mower and catcher, Phone  885-9635. . 165-25  17 INCH Admiral portable TV.  Good cond. $40. Phone 886-  7726 eves. 190-25  KODAK stereo  886-2669.  slide  viewer.  199-26  A   GOOD   1-3   H.P.   gasoline  engine and  4  good  go-cart  wheels. Ph. 885-9341.      149-25  ���65 - '69 % TON pickup. Std.  Good  condition.   Large box  preferred. Phone 885-2583.   t         65-25  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL, RENT, SWAP. BUY  It llnppcns every holldny weekend, Somebody  wnrits to drive n little faster, push n little harder;  mnkc up somo time. ,        ���  -���^----���-AndrnllToovoftcn7lt"cn'dfi"tin'jikc''tlilsr'-''"" ' "  Sure, they mny gpt there a lllllo sooner. But  not>to the dcstlnntlon they hnd in mind.  Plcnisc remember thnt, this weekend, Tnke it easy,  rclnx, don't push your luck, You'll hnvc n bctlcr chnncc  of netting where you want lo go.  Under your own power.  GOOD DRIVING,  MAKE IT A WAY OF LIFE/  MOTOR VI'.IUCU'. IIUANCII  c  DUPAIITMRNT Ol' TRANSPORT A COMMUNICATION  mciviNinor naauiiHrciiiiMimv ', P��@a A-6   ,     Tfeo Peataeat�� .-Tessa       Wednesday, Moy 15, 1974  i  *t?*9W*Pi *W& ^^^^WH^^. "**Pftw.< AS*  Jreuor  IA/.  f/eate- tsf _ cJLarru OJ cJLewis  LICENCE^ DENTAL 'MECHANICS  ' ' ,     7 ���    '  are pleased to announce the opening  of their office for complete denture service.  r ~  i . .       .  .     �� -  -  SUITE202, MARINE BLOCK - 1571 MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS ..  Hours by Appointment: 886-2712  ...r*  \  a��  ��� ��� v-:-j ������.���-*��� v-  .sf ��� ��������   -  *;��*--/;���  /_���' '���   -\  1 v. ^ibi* * e-  -fc_-5  ���M.-J*  ������^������'^������'���X^|m,1>i*^��T',w'  r '.  NEW BOOKS:  - GENTLEMEN, PLAYERS &  POLITICIANS by Dolton Camp  - DISTEMPER OF OUR TIMES by Peter  Newman  - OUTRAGE by David McTaggart  - DEVIDE & CON by Walter Stewart  - SALMON, OUR HERITAGE by Cicely  Lyons  - THE ARCTIC IMPERATIVE by  Richard Rohmer  - THE OCTOBER CRISES by Gerord  Pelletier  ,   We have  TYPEWRITERS  and  ADDING  MACHINES  in stock . . .  p and you can,order  OFFICE  FURNITURE  from our catalogues at  competitive prices  ��� . it- iJ^^iL^;!!!_^^ ����� .. X ���-;;���  ,.-*���..     X*   - :   .V*      ������.__.!*  '    ���}     -        *i .  V .���-#'������"���.1  \  \  l^g?^^^^-^S-SSS-S--ir  RKtm^f 8851252^7  ��m  MkM\\ IS  *pfe^i>*MMa^a^^^  /  SCIHOOI  KINDERGARTEN:  1  If he will be five years old by December 31, 1974 you can register him for Kindergarten in one of these schools: Langdale, Gibsons,  Sechelt, Madeira Park, Roberts Creek Elementary.  GRADE I:  If he will be six years old by December 31, 1974 register him for grade  1 in the school in your attendance area.  NOTE: if he is going to attend grade 1 in the same school where,  he now attends Kindergarten, you do not have to go to the school  for registration.-  Proof of age is required ��� take your child's birth  certificate with you when you register.  TIMES & PLACES:  9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00 on May 15, 16, 17 in the school office in  Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt and Madeira Park.,  9:00-3:00 p.m. on May 15 and after school on May 16 and 17 in the  school office in Davis Bay.  After school on May 15 and 16 in Bowen Island, Halfmoon Bay and  Egmont.  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (Sechelt)  i  :  s.  S__2S__SSS__S__S_SS^^S!  ____?_����________  SPRING meeting of the Sunshine Coast  regional Council of senior citizens  was held May 6 at the Silversands home  of chairman Evelyn Olson with 10 members of the Sechelt, Pender Harbour and  Powell River branches attending.  Arrangements    for    the forthcoming  provincial conference in Kelowna were  considJered and a number of'"resolutions  "presented by the Sedhelt branch were  endorsed.  The resolutions covered transportation, boarding homes, rest homes and  housing.  Mrs. Olson reported that projects considered by the. council to be priorities  were all well underway���including the  minibus drive, information centre and  mental health office.  Plans for a medical clinic in Pender  Harbour soon would be completed, she  hoped.  Delegates were informed that B.C.  Tel was willing to install a special device  for the hard-^-'hearing-for-.Jan.-installa-..  tion charge of $10 plus a 25 cent month,  ly rental fee.  If >the device proved unsatisfactory,  the company would remove it free of  charge, the chairman noted. '  In a letter, provincial highways minister Graham Lea said his department  was prepared to assist senior citizens  who had' encountered financial difficulties in installing culverts, following recent widening and ditching activities on  Highway 101.  Mrs. Olson said the minister was prepared to consider giving financial assistance to senior citizens if specific cases  could be presented to him where hardship had been involved.  Any member of the council wishing  to attend the June convention in Kelowna  shjould contact their 'branch secretary  for further details.  /-*-���,** K:A W-&^'  -^!ju?J .__..'��'  FRANK KASTNER gives tips on ele-  . mentary drawing May 11 during first  session of art course sponsored by  Halfmoon,Bay Recreation Commission. Course will run for eight weeks  at Welcome Beach hall and is open  to aspiring artists of all ages. Kastner is retired commercial artist who  now lives in  Gibsons.  Gardeners  donate $25  SECHELT���Ed McCaughtrie, Times gardening columnist was guest, speaker  at Sechelt Garden Club's May 1 meeting.  He spoke on organic gardening and  companion plantmgv  For show and tell, members brought  some rare types of plants.    |\  The club will donate $25 towards the  , minibus fund,  members decided.  Plans  for the June 22. flower show were also~  discussed. *  Best wishes were expressed to two  > travelling members, Miss E. Harrold, who  , is spending six weeks in England and  , Louis Hansen, who will be leaving soon  vjfor Denmark.  dust asK  JokandLilaTrott  abut Westwood Horn  A new home is the major purchase of a lifetime.  So it really pays to shop around���to make sure  you're getting maximum value for your money.  That's what the Trott .family did. They looked  into several possibilities and, in the end,, decided  on a Westwood Home.  It was a wise choice. Because, in addition to low  cost, Westwood offers a complete home-buying  service. We can help you with every detail, from  design to financing.   .  What's more, we use only the finest, kiln-dried  materials, to ensure that your new home will be.  a source of pride for years to come.  Thinking of a new home? Take a tip from the Trotts.  Shop around. Then talk to your Westwood dealeit  pTW-'^  VlhWMI__-_l_*��_tf  BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  BOX 24, GARDEN BAY, B.C   ��   PH. 883-2671  You fihould hnvo received  your drlvorB cortlf lento application  form In tha mull by now. Simply tilgn  and dalo It whoro Indicated and  rolum It boforo Juno lat alonRWlth,  a nhoquo or monoy ordor for tho  premium amount Rhown. ,  If you haven't rocolvod your  application form In tho mall JuhI,  lakolrouFdrlvdrfi Umnmtcrimf  Motor Volutin IJ.con.ro Offlco and  you'll Rot your drlvorB cortlfloato,  How mvmh you pay for your  drlvora cortlfloato dapondn upon  tho number of domorll polntn on  your driving rooord, ho tho fowor  you've Hot tho leim you pay. Now  flftfp driving onn flnvo you Bomo  money, na.woll on your llio.      r  If you'vo got any quoBtlom.  call 005-2000, PlonBQ call collect  outoluo Vancouver.  L���~~i  a  ���AimncotuMtiA  T|tl IMIU����Ma;�� GOBa-OfWlON  ysm Innuranco company  Your organization could become an accredited  ticket sales agency by'filling in and forwarding  Uic coupon below.  The more tickets wc sell, the moro successful  the Save tho Orphcum. Lottery will be.,        ,,  And tlio moro tickets you .sell, the more  $200,000 IN PRIZES:  Second Prize: $25,000  Third Prize:    $15,000'  9 Weekly Early Birds Draws  of $6,000 each  money you'll raise for your organization's  needs,    '  The Orphcum is Canada's largest 'flagship1  theatre and one of the few, of"its kind left in  North America, We would like your help in  .saving it as one of the finer public nssets.  ,  ' , '        p   i   ���'  M ~. m l-a��p^��_-W^p��W]^^WW|��^l��^-^(-^p_^p__(-_,^(-w|_I_  | Yes, wo arc intcrcsicd In becoming an accredited |  j selling organization for tho Save the Orphcum I  I   Lottery, I'leaso send us moro information. ���  Organization   i   *   ��  ��   t   i   i, i   (   i  I      It/VAVII-* * i �� , t i i'( , , , , , ,,,  I  I     I     t     t     I     I     |     I     4     |  .PHONE   j    ADDRESS.,,  j   CITY,,  J   Mail to tho Snve iho Orphcum Lottery,  V   P.O.Box UOO'O, Vancouver,B.C. I  turn mm tm. mm m mm ���"�� mm mm n-< m mm mm mm mm mm !��������� mm mm Mnr>J|  AuOiorlTcd by lh�� province o( IlrKUh Columbln  under llcenao number 11X7 . The Peninsula Times         Page A-7  9:       - Wednesday, May 15, 1974  jj j pan Proctor  IF SUNSHINE Coast residents still want, ,- ..    ~    v .7  7   , . . Strait talk  it, Don Lockstead,'MLA, will "person- ���   ,   ,           .7       ;       .   .,   ..  ally support" a recreational centre at the "WHY -did the  government    fall?";  Roberts. Creek site.                         . asked one of the children.  Lockstead ihade his, comments follow- '.'Sit-up -straight and finish your  ing announcement "of a joint probe of the orange juice " I said  departments,of the attorney-general, mun-        ��cv��i'w -Hit       i_    j-j   ���_ * ��-  icipal affairs and recreation and conserve- ���.  7,e fj1 Mom   W J��� �� fall?  tion, that there was insufficient evidence We; don t understand. Will you ex-  to support .alegationa of impropriety in plaan it to US?"  matters surrounding theSeehelt recrea-* "Where's your father?'^ I asked  tion centre.,,                     '    r    , r impatiently. "He claims <to know ev--  The investigation was launched foil- . erything."   ..                            - ' '  th?mattSqUeSt th8t * StUdy ^ "*���*' ^ ' "He's ste���S>": said someone!  Attorney-general Alex Macdonald told "J��� JT^,f �� S0 ^ Can't  Lockstead that he assigned a solicitor, vcu teH us aDout "���  Brent Parfitt', o look into the .charges 7    "Oh, alright," I said. "I'll explain  "and to review the matter based upon it very, briefly."  any allegations made, written or verbal, -      ��Now fo^  we me  fae British-  iHf^^neinfi^i^��Sn tn~ Parliamentary:, system   in Canada  ^^^^^'J'l^^J'i^: which means we have 264 seats to be'  ������> -i  ^"���focx-i*-.., *  *;      11 . .1  /*'  w r'- : a.. ������������     V(  ^ v  }    -.:o  filled in the House. There -are four  1        ���    v {". : a.. ���-���    vr v*       ���    ��� ;   ���  .-,,    f�� ;���..>���..���..������ U;-,V':...��.  r_,***&.:-.��'-'.'..#��������� "���'������'1.  J ������ jf''   -   r.' ���     ���       J '   '  .     *. .        .'        ���. *  ("/*-.��� v < ���/ ���"-  " { ',     ���-��   *���*���  /-���;--"'��������.'��� -v.*   *���'������ '/������'.��� -'������ ."���'  lation to ownership of lots in the area,  provison of the'municipal services & em- ,.   ,  ..     ,...      ,     _            -..  ploynient contracts regarding the con- P^faes, the L_^als, Conservatives,  struction of the arena.                 .. NDP and Social Credit. To get a .  "The report made by Mr,,Parfitt, majority the.ruling; party must have  which I believe gets to the bottom of ��� seats.  the facts, shows no impropriety- or illeg- - - "In the last election the liberals  ality on behalf of those involved either . received, only 108 while the others-  in the Sechelt council or the recreation ,' gtf 106, 31 and 15 with the remainder  association," said Macdonald. going- to some independents. So, al-  Before the recreation grant of $150,000 though the  Liberals   were able  to  is made available, two additional clauses fo^ ^ government, they could only  M^s^trsre *��* *"����� * NDPW.it  Sunshine  Coast Recreation Association,        "Well, when proposed budget was  and the village council.        '     ' K     \ read the other day, the NDP decided  The clauses call for; direct control of they didii't like what it said. Neither  arena recreation wograms/by, ttife village did Jhe Conservatives. So they joined  SJS_^US^V?prTd by thVie* forces which   meant more were .  P^lnlete SE^LE?to��_r_S_;   *&** flle budeet ^i��� 4t' mit-  must also be assured. '        out a majority backkig it, ttoetibe- SECHELT'S FIRST lady, Cay Nel-   iation's annual spring bazaar- May'   :  (rals could no longer stay in power. SOn, wife of Majror Harold Nelson,    11. Looking on is association piresid-  Wife to husband: "This affluent society        "Actually it's' something lake the opens Sechelt Senior Citizen's Assoc-    ent Hugh Duff.  I keep hearing about���when are we go-    saituation in this household. Your fa- - ~  ing to join it?" _ l   ther and I sometimes disagree onr��        L    ll    k B k I    JL  things    so, in a way have formed 5eCfiel.t   NeWS   NOlGS  a coalition. You tads seldom agree   wifli anything we do' or say, but can't  either, so are lite s^)arate parties.- Mmi-  Bebty Cooke of Se<*KllA eiller- ^arlotte w B^y 4 in New W^toinster.  ,       <x . ^    ujpa^. luncheon in her home',in The new bnde will have an interestang  "Now When I mentioned my new ^ sister-in-law,- ^.Holly Wood. The couple waU make  budget included sudh  things as  an ���       J* J    e7 us T 1. **l*l1; mw' their home in Calgary.  f,   "addition for  the  house,   and  more Mr3,  Claudiia  Shepherd  from  Kelowna Mrs,   Turner  went  further  west  to  ' money to be 'Spent on' landscaping an(* daughter, Mrs. Billie Lawrence from Nanaimo to attend .the Rebekah's Assem-  hv <fam_- amaw wi+Ti a tw��w wntftr -fAr Toronto.- Present were  Mrs.  Phyllis bly hefore returning home to Sechelt. It  the IbSt SeS tlE^?W   Parker> ^^ deLange�� Mrs- ^.B**-'  used to be to grandma's house we gor  me poat, lncreasea allowances, ana   man> Mrs Lt>uise ^^ ^^ ^^ Ada   now the reverse ^ inKm ^^^ ^ more,  ���the double batches Of browmeS I bake Dawe.  Mrs.  Cooke travelled, with her    travelling grandmothers ^hese days and  * every Friday, What-happened?. Your .two guests to Victoria for a few days    that is what keeps them youn_*.  .father was  not in agreement    and visiting other relatives there. The Sechelt .'Auxiliary to St. Mary's  neither were you kids. So, my budget That travelling lady of Sechelt, Mrs.    Hospital is making ready for its annual  '  was defeated. I'd, be toppled from Lola  Turner,  has   once 'again returned ' luncheon'"to be held at the old Legion,  power except fO#one thing. No one home after a trip to Hamilton, Ont. where    Hall in Sechelt, May 23,  11 a.m. to 2  - in the opposition can COOk! she helped   cousin,  Mrs. Bertha Smith,,  p.m.  For friendship's sake  they  would  "ni--,��   -.����,   Ka-naM-anVM.^    w,,m�� celebrate a very spry 88th birthday. Then    like everyone to" have their lunch with  UKay you  oacKDeiiner*,   ioncqy she ^^^ to Brampton, Ont.- to see her ��� them on this day. Homemade soup, chili  finish your  breakfast.   Ill  overlook gtep-sister, Mrs. Ethel King. Back on .the    con came, salads, home-made pies are1  the fact that some weirdo has put west coast in time to attend her grand-    amongst the delectable goodies for your  a daisy in my coffee cup." son  Brian  Wood's  wedding    to Holly'opiate.   -y       \'   -    . '   ���   ,  ���by Peggy Connor  Uloorcot/erinqd  : ����/ - *  Gibsons Q 886-7112  & Cmp&ts ft Tlio�� "  "^V Linoleums -& Drapes  9 cm. to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.  CLOSED .MONDAYS.  OPEN" FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  We NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located in the new offices of Trail Bay Design    '  at the traffic light ��  Phone 885-2713       i ' t  .J..i.i.��������..H.,nra����Ml,��....��....|...^...��...|.rm,1..1.��_,........_.._,_,_,._,._���  ������W����y��l~��af���__J  ' m*..^''1^ .�����,*    pp"*?*.-^* -V**��� �� ^^fl. *  -*w*^..^wr��**��  . ^iiih.^1, .1 h'i .���v.���^n���.. ���w...^^r^g^u..ji.p"*pp.|^."n��pjpu,p.nl  ^...m, |..,p,.h.t.i^"p x'P.y 1  mrf.,.1'. n.juriqiit A^pft^ww  ���.j.. "._.��..'."r^...y."p*w "^f.*ppp"  ^iiyui, v.. n..,j.p,a.,,..|.,My.���p"  w^q^v  .?*.   ...... n��.  ���  1%.'  1 ��  L jfiiftS*t j , - :<iWJf_:7j.!3  tM   "t^  ���^^yk  rrf -*. -       v _' *        -        ,_V.._,__,',,  i��li^_ifr^^a��a>y��r^*_,^i _fcj��_MS5ia��^^^��jBpfTl5>��#��<.*i  M��$��&��&  fi  r- I  I*  f  ���  1  1?  ft  N  u  7  '���n  H  ���I  ���lav  il  '7 rA^iaji-V.*.  3  <  ^is^a*' r 3 ssi^esiiagsKS i1  m  %*"<rr,v->  ;? t^si. 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'_ ���._.���, i';������-,*   " "' ' !.  <"l 77*7 .'   " i" "��'* ���  u.' a            . .*.   -._ _     ..   . - ...   , j. ���._,,.... ...    ._._.,,:.>.       "        . .   ...  .     .      ,. U-tii*^. '4ii&ii"iiiHi.��X-h'.Ki^,hLH,i!i'X!i^��Mi  ... . (*N< '* 4  4Mmmmk-��*<tt**t.*  ..*,. ��.,��,..l-p,.��� ^Vr^S  <*s*  �����'       ft**  *-0< __*  "S  Madeira Park Happenings  Pago A-�� Tho Pesalra-tilo Timed  Wednesday, Moy 15- 1974  ���by Kim Small  HOUSE games go on at noon hours only  , on rainy days at our school On all  other days students, practise for track and  field events. The next points for all the  houses will be during our sports Day on  June 7. The primary and intermediate  grades will all be taking part in the  spox:ts,day. * .   , "-,  On May 25, Mr. Bees and Mr. Wishlove will'take the track team to Powell  River to take part in the events there.  Teams from Sechelt will also be going.    mw f  ,   The students will be playing the teach- \ ^ printed during .Mondays assembly,  these' two boys.     >  *  Our chess competitions are now over  and the three winners are: grandmaster  Riccoh Talento; master, Paul Phillips and  novice,. Ruth Rae. Chess certificates will  ers softball this Friday. The, line-ups for  both teams will be posted 'in the main  hall during the week. Come on out and  cheer > your favorite team to victory.  David Hall and Danny Reid have their  work posted in the Outstanding Work  section in our school. Congratulations to  We will be having a bicycle rodeo  at our school on Thursday. All students  with bicycles will'be asked to bring them  to school that day. Corporal Van De-  braak, and Constable Prest and Constable  .O'Donnell will be running the rodeo for  the day.  ���*V  X  -flEi_pv V  ^^'vfea  *���*. .-_V l*'1  ���w  ��':^&_.a*;5i^^  ^^___S______________^_______________________^_��____1___  _ES_S   ,���.��� I  *��-..inh.u. / ���  ��7  WINNER OF THE seven-pound  Hershey bar at Shop Easy was IMrs.  Ethel Cope, "left, of Roberts Greek.  Presenting Mrs. Cope with the giant-  sized bar is Mrs. Florae Clayton  The chocolate bar, a Hershey promotion, was awarded on a draw.  Interested in people  g  6ffi>��ssgTW.^-afa*^.  Fishing Tips  PRESENTED BY ^  MRCURVIi��  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  i  BOAT BATTERIES AND  THEIR CARE  Electric starting, running lights,  and a bevy of accessories make a  well-charged   storage   battery   a  "must" aboard any modern out  board.  Marine batteries, like' their  brothers the car and truck batteries, store electric power through  a chemical process.' The power is  used to start your outboard, operate your lights, and power a dozen  other accessories aboard your craft.  However, marine batteries are  used differently than car or truck  batteries, so they require different  care., Although quality outboards  arc equipped with alternators'that  keep your battery charging while  the. motor js, operating-���just as  your car does "���most of us don't  have the opportunity to run our  boat ns much as we do our car.  Because all storage batteries  Will self-discharge, you must keep  track of your battery's state of  charge during prolonged periods  of innctlvity. An ordinary hydrometer which you can buy at apy  auto supply store for a couple of  dollars, is. the only tool you need  to check Iho battery's charge.  A rending of 1130 means the  battery is almost dead. A rending  of 128Q Indicates a fu|l charge,.  Under most conditions;' you'll get  a rending somewhere between thoso  two figures. ',     ��� ,, ���  A slow, chnrger, available nt  your marine dealer's, Is ft necessary Investment nnd will allow you  to bring your battery's charge up  nt' home, nt tho boat dock, or  wherever UO-volt electric power  is available.  Very often, lho fnlluro to get  power, .from ,�� full-chnrRcd bat-  (cry enn bo located nt lho bntlery's  tcrmlnnlH. 'Thoy enn become .corroded and inhibit tho flow of elec-  irlclty from the bntlcry UK tho,  various ���sources In your boat re*  quiring power.  Uso n wire brush or light sand  paper to clean awny tho corrosion  and cont tho terminals with a light  cont of grease or petroleum Jelly  to protect them. Many marine  dealers; now carry protective plastic cases for marine bnttcrles that  feature special terminal connections. Thoy hnvo oofl rubber covers  thnt screw down over lho terminals  protecting them from corrosion.  If the comblnntlon of water  nnd ncld from Inside the battery Is  dripped Insldo your bont, wnsh It  olf ns noon as nosslblo with n  baking soda solution or wllh soap  nnd water, While wo'ro talking  aboilrllio battery's'Wnicrrmnko  sure you keep the plntcs covered  with distilled water.  Mnny stales have boating Inws  thnt require mnrlno batteries to bo  Installed in tho boat so they cannot  khlCl or overturn, liven If lho law  docs not require it, wcurtng bal-  terles In this manner in n good  Idea for snfely,  A loose battery can shift, make  contact wllh ft metal fuel tank,  crcntinft n'spark' that can result In  a lire. Your marine dealer can fix  you up wllh n device to hold that  tintlcry t,ccurcly at a minimal cost.  By   PEGGY   CONNOR  MRS. Ellen Nygren died May 1. She was  cheerful lady Who took a keen interest  in people and, her community.  A romance began in 1911, when two  families met on a ship coming from  Sweden to a new land���Canada. Imagine the feeling of adventure and excitement tihey must have felt venturing out,  the oldest son, in the Nygren family,  John, had ��oouted the area earlier and  had reported home to his family that this  Was the place for them. Both families  settled in Saskatchewan where Ellen Anderson mauled Karl Nygren.  Ellen has two older sisters, Elsa and.  Hanna ,a  twin-sister Olga who stayed  in Sweden and is stiU there, older brother Albert and a younger one Elow.  ' The Karl Nygrens moved to Gibsons  in 1944 and have been there ever since.  Walter, the eldest son, lives in Gibsons;  Mrs. Ruth McCulloch and Mrs. Esther  Wendel in Saskatchewan. Rose died at  20 years of age; Morris in Gibsons, Elsie  Nygren in Vancouver and Robert who  lives in Pender Harbour.  Mrs. Nygren deserved the strong love  and respect all her family and friends  _Mt for her, giving in turn encourage-  memt and cheerfulness.  The lost two years were spent in St.  Mary's Hospital extended core where the  family were pleased how the nursing  staff attended their mother. '  A memorial service was held at Harvey's ^hapel, Gibsons and tho Rev; Jim  Williamson officiated in a lovely remembrance of Mre, Nygren. Attending, besides  all her family, were nephew Roy and  Lenore Nygren, niece Gunny and Nate  Granboy  of  Surrey and  many friends.  200 sign up  Af"  THE  GREAT    Elphinstone   "walkathon,  from" Gibsons to Sechelt, is coming  along with nearly 200 students pledging  to make the big walk Saturday, May 25,  said R. M. Graham, counsellor.  The public Is asked to pledge their  support on a money-per-mile basis.  , Proceeds will be used to complete the  financing of the tennis court project at  Elphinstone Secondary School and the  balance will be donated ito Gibsons Kinsmen Club's projected public swimming  pool on the school grounds.  Several prominent citizens have been  approached to lend their support to the  project, Graham told The Times, "and  many of them are expected to walk in  a celebrity mile section of the walkathon."  This would involve walking from Elphinstone to the S-bend section as a  token support for the'Students as they  attempt to improve physical education  facilities at ithe school.  Every woman should have (the chance  ���Just once > in -her lifetime���to bo the'  best-looking1 woman' in the room,      I  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "Tiny14 Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Flro Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  a_T3__n__BSBD_B__n0__H_!_{3_T3SE!nBOT  EVERY TUESDAY, 7;30 p.m., Socholt. Ufllon Hall. Socholt TOPS Club,  now members welcome,  EVERY WEDNESDAY~8:00 p.m., Bingo, now Legion Building, Socholt,   ,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���2 P.m. Senior Swinger, Old Lealon Hall, Socholt  EVERY WEDNERDAY-���8 p.m. Introductory Ucturo on Trancondontal  , Meditation. I.M.S. Centre, Gibsons.  .EVERYTHURS.���8:00p.m., Blnoo, Pondor Harbour.Community Hall., ,.  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" Meeting at Public Hoalth Contro, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� Gibson's United Church Women's Thrift Shop, 1-3  p.m. In United Church basement.  OPEN SATURDAYS��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Creok S-lbrary.  May 10���jOa.m.-noon. Second Co, Gibsons'* Girl Guides will hold  a bak��S solo atTSupor-Valu storo7A cor wash will also bo  operating at tho High School,  Juno 5 ���0 p.m., Socholt Garden Club mooting In St. Hilda's Hall,  .....   Socholt. ���. ., .     .,.,',, ���   . .. 7,p  .���,..Juna 12���8 p.m. Child Mjndlng Co-Op General meriting, , Now  Mothers i welcome, Garbaldl Health Unit, S, Fletcher Road,  Gibsons,,"; ,". ���"    ���  June, 22���2 p,m,-6 p.m. Sechelt Gordon Club Flower Show at St,  ':      Hilda's Hall, Sechelt.  Juno 30���IQ a,m.-10 p,m,  Now Legion Hall, Gibsons. War Games  Rally, snacks and coffee available. Admission free.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple LUtlng Sorvlc*  Voncouror R����l Ibtato   Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  i  \  k  ASK TOR-FREE CATAL06DE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  h     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C  (E. & O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  isttoLoast  .state Service  tm. A. E. LePage Limited  :nt  an  leranae  urcnaserA ��� See our a  a maps for a uuidi  tied on the mJ>undnine  mmjelierd ��� list uour property,  with u6 for fait conscientious  aue  troperl  OUi  action*  We off.  er auai  ippraisal service.  itjarm*^.^^^*^  In.  .ui  'a  TUWANEK VIEW '     #3-158  A spectacular view of Lamb's Bay. Surrounded by a forest  of dogwood trees, 'against a mountain greenery background.  This vacation lot is just across the road from easy access  boat launch and real sand beach. Piped water, electricity���  put a vacation trailer on the ready-cleared area and your  home "in the country is a factl Bob Kent 885-9461 eves.  BUCCANEER BAY WATERFRONT  HOME #3-150  The actual building site is approx. 45x220 and is level waterfront  with fine sand beach in front. This is a year round 2 bedroom  home with stone fireplace. There is a 2 room guest cabin 21x10,  workshop 20x17, woodshed 16x7, 2,000 watt light plant, barbecue, fargo 1 ton truck, some tools and furniture. Full price  $42,000.00. See it first on our video. Don Hadden eves 885-9504.  34 ACRE FARM - ROBERTS CREEK #3-^53-  Here's a farmer's delight. Lots of toom to move on this 34  acre farm. 18 stall barn^ chicken and turkey'pens, goat  sheds, lots of room for expansion. 4 bedroom home with  fireplace. Good view from some of the property. Frontage  on highway 101. F.P. $170,000. Lee R. Brown 8815-2985  eves.  GIBS6NS RURAL , #6-3-154  A place with trees for absolute privacy, a stream to create  ponds arid clay loam soil for garden or crops. Regional water  and  power.  Over 8 acres partly grassed,   $38,000 with  terms. Jack Warn 886-2681.  TILLICUM BAY - $19,500 v #3102  Treed   parcel-two  acres-800'   frontage   on  Tllllcum   Bay  Road. Possible subdivision into four residential lots. C, R.  Gathercole 886-2785 eves.  -������ .    .   . i     ������  SUNSET HEIGHTS - NEW SUBDIVISION #16-3-127  Lots are cleared, roads paved, hydro and water available to  everyone. All of good size, some have view. Prices from-  $8,350 - $15,500, and going fast. Jack White 886-2935  oves.  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 120. Sechelt, D.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5838  ���"���  ]l  1  J-1}'  f  REVENUE.PROPERTY - HIWAY 101 #15-3-157  Duplex rebuilt to national code standards. Foundations,  plumbing, wiring and s^rylcq all new/on over 1 acre. Each  floor 1080 sq. ft., each has 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc. much  carpeting. Automatic oil heating, Rent both suites, or live  In one. F.P. $49,000. Offers. A single home costs nearly  as m^ich, Peter Smith 885-9463 eve?��  SELMA PARK 7' 7   "'  .:'.. ���       \ #3-085  Westerly view - large cleared lot,/62x173. All available  services on request. Ready for building your now home.  F.P. $11,000. Pat Murphy 885-9487 eves.  SELMA INVESTMENT ""*"-"" #3,142  Now Is the time to purchase, Todays price will likely  double when the water comos through. No water tax to  pay In tho meantime,' makes this a worthwhile holding pro-  porty. A corner lot with a peak-a-boo view now - more  later upon clearing, Put your faith In the land and mo too  because I will want to soil It for yon later. Robt Kent  885-9461. ovos. '  VIEW ACREAGE - ROBERTS CREEK #3-132  Gentle southerly slope to this,, 4.6 acros. Good building  site cloarod, with tho row loft trood. Sorvlcod with hydro.  With selective clearing you could attain a wide vlow. Try  your offer on $24;9O0 full price. Loo R. Brown, 885-2985.  GRANTHAMS WATERFRONT~mvmm~mmm*m~~m~M��M97~  Cottage on tho beach and rental at street lovol, Good moor-  ago and swimming. Handy for speed boat commuting from  Flshorrnan's Cove, Torms on'$35,000 leasehold. Jack Warn  ������-. .'������;; 886-2681. ,   .;,-���'.   ���  WEST SECHELT-WOODED LOT       . ,   #19/3-145  Near-level, only a mile from Sochelt, Power, wator and  phono available. Zoned R2 - Mobllo homo porm'tted. Rea-  sonably priced at $8,500, C, R. Gathorcolo 886r2785 evos.  SUNNY TUWANEK -VIEW HOME ^ #20B-3 \ 46  A .most attroctlvo noar now home (2 years) In mint condition,  delightfully situated on a vlow (at, minutes from boach, Let  us show this flno hortio, with big sundeck, vaulted Hying  room, modern kitchen and bathroom, two bodrooms (might  bo three), Somo appllancos Includod' In salo at $30,500.  Jock White -886-2935 ovos,  WATERFRONT LOT - REDROOFS ROAD  80��40O boaullful view lovol treed lot, with 80 of beach,  Stoop descent to boach by tWll. Lovely building site, F,P.  ��� - --^|^B>���BW,������Po^M^rplKy>aB5.9487.-^--,^-~^^  .   A LITTLE ACREAGE       ~~       ^~~* '   #3-141  Yes q little goes 0 long way* back iqO' on Norwo&t Bay  Road, 295' In depth - about two thirds of an aero with  hydro and "city" wator, Zoned for trailer (R2), Mostly  ���cleared mar ready for building. To obtain o vlow spook to  Dob BB5-946. ovos.  RIG LAND, BIG FUTURE ��� '      *5'3,^^  Up above Gower Point area, on Grandvlow Road, 12.&  ocros,- with several, rood allowances leading down to the  boach, 400' food front n 1356' doop. TWi a big future  In this offering, buy now for only $37,300. Jock Whfte  086-2935 oves,  TUWANEK - 7 MILES UP  INLET ROAD #3-120  A good 75x113' tot, with small stream, some nice trees. "Quiet,  yet only short Walk to beach and boat launch. No hydro yet.  Ideal summer spot. Build a 480 sq. ft. cottage, or move in your  mobile home. F.P. $6,250 asked. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.  SUNSHINE, HEIGHTS - WEST PORPOISE BAY  Two beautiful view lots. All serviced. Located near new orcna,  5  minutes to  Sechelt.. $13,000.00 or  $14,000.00 full  price.  Pat Murphy 885-9487 eves;  EXCELLENT  HOLDING   INVESTMENT #3,110  Especially for people Who wish to put their lazy money to work  while enjoying a country estate complete with sauna-change  cabana-large private 20x40 heated' swimming pool with extra  spacious1 modern home plus!!! Almost 6 qcres of trailer park  complete with 18 spaces now rentable and room for at least 20  more. No cares come with this business ���s you can make your own  ' if you cannot handle this clean f, business. For inspection and  information call R. B. Kent 885-9461 eves.    <  POPULAR  DAVIS  BA1?     \ ~ #16/3-112  Relaxed retirement. Handy to store, bus and beach. Fully modern  home, wall-to-wall carpet, cut stone fireplace, completely equipped, efficiently planned kitchen. Landscaped grounds, car port.  F.P. $34,800. To view and compare call C, R. Gathercole  886-2785 eves.  SUNNY TUWANEK - WATERFRONT LOT #2-B-3-131  Runs from .road to, sandy beach, level top and bottom, slight.  slope between. Driveway Installed. This',1s'; your opportunity, to,  buy waterfront at a low price of only $15,000. Terms possible.  Jack White 886-2935 eves.  RETIRED GARDENER -GIBSONS RURAL * , #6/2-985  Unusually attractive two bedroom mobllo homo on permanent  foundation.' Choicest, soil beautifully landscaped grounds, Largo  patio and roofed carport,  F.P.  $26,500.00. C.  R. Gathercolo  886-2785  UPPERS GRANTHA.MS 7 #6-3161  Two lots side by sldo, each 50x100, abovd "Re|d Road", future  value, buy now.  $4,750 each,  try your offer on both,  Jack  VVM.taB86-2?35.  WATERFRONT - WEST OF VILLAGE #3-020  A delightful ono bedroom cottaoo of |argo logs, on 100' of  boach, 374' depth. Ejectrlc furnace, stono fireplace, 3 pc, bath.  Two 6ther excellent building slttes on tho property, Come In by boat  0^ road. F.P, $37,650 terms considered, peter Smith 885-9463  ' eves.'1  DAVIS BAY - VIEW LOT #3-033  Want a treed lot, with A-l vlow of the Gulf. This ono Is 75x131.9,  excellent   outlook,   hydro   and   water.   Now   homo  area.   F.P,  *" * ~   $ 14,000. You look and declderpetcr Smith 885;9463*��Vosr"��*~  WATERFRONT LOTS #3*136  Located on Redrooffs Road, 10 mln. from Socholt Village. Thoso  1% Geres each approx, watorfront lots ore sldo by sldo with each  having 100' oh the boach and 100' each on tho hlghwoy. Both  fantastic view of Vancouvor .Island and Georgia Straits, Both for  $35,000 or sopbrotoly $18,500, Pat Mgrphy ,885-9487.  CARIBOOSTERS! - #3015  Did you soo tho 108 Is selling for $7500.00 a lot - we havo over,  flvo acros for sale at McLeaso.Lako area for only $19,000 full  price, Call mo now before It gets away from you.1 R, B. Kept  ,     885-9461 ovos.  WONDERFUL VIEW "~ ' #25J7,,,  From Wakoflold Inn you drlvo up tho Mason Road hill, Turn  to your right on tho first paved road - you will soo our oxcluslvo  signs, And If yqu are lucky you will still havo a cholco of flno  vlow lots from $13,500 full cash price. (You might try for  terms), and hlno salesman await your call, Bob Kent 885-9461,  ���,,...���,_.��.,������ ���...,..,��.,������,..������_. ..,���,,J���,.,������,._��^  DAVIS DAY - 2 VIEW LOTS #3-050/59  Panoramic vlow 135 degrees on Jhls huge 142x135' lot, which  could bo two standard Ms, F.P, $22,250.00. Tlio other Is also  a good vlow, 87.9x169.8', priced at $10,730, Doth havo hydro  and water, and are cloared, Look, ond soo the valuo. Potor  Smith' 885-9463 eves, or Don Hodden 885-9504 eves, -  ONE ACRE ^REDROOFFS ROAD #3-166  106' on paved road and ovor 500' In depth, Wllh road allow  once on the west sldo zoned R2. Allowing uso of mobllo homes,  Thoro Is also a potential of view from this lot. It has a southern  exposure and has a gentle slopo lo tho road,. F.P. $15,000.  Pat Murphy 885-9407.  S  1  5  ��  Bgggpj Essa BSS8S ^ga psaa ^^ ESa Efga tg?^ BSga e_j��_3 _____ E-SH _____ _____  Section B  Wednesday, May 15, 1974  Pages 1-8  StHEElMAiNS  Government report reveals ....   .���.���.������*._.. . .���. , r  igliway deaili toll up  00��  Take advantage, of the savings offered In our  1972     ���   67tk .A  A TOTAL of 635' people died last year side of the road immediately prior to the  in traffic accidents on 'B.C. 'highways, accident. ~ .  the   department ;of  highways   revealed.       ' Excessive  speed  was  a contributing  This is an increase of 29, per cent over factor in 20 per cent of all fatal accidents,  the previous year's figure. ' the report noted.  ��� Over 70 per cent' of the fatalities oc- Sixty-seven per cent of fatal accident  curved on rural highways with" a speed victims were not wearing seatbelts at  limit of 50 mph or over ��� and alcohol *he time of impact, the department point-  was involved in 47 per cent of the death ed out, and seat belts were not even'  crashes.                                                ' fitted in 24 per cent of vehicles involved  The*   highways    department    annual in gg ����������� ^^  statistical report noted pthat ��0 per cent ,���_,���X,��� ���^+Kai+-   ,* ����7��.��,��.  ��r  .    ���  , . ,       ..    . , ...���.Ij  �����  _��!___���_ were -wearing seatbelts  at the time of  of all fatal accidents occurred in clear ^e crash  Zxiu  weather  with   normal   road   conditions.  In over half the fatal accidents, one  vehicle crossed a directional or dividing  line  and was  travelling  on  the wrong  Drug possession nets  local man $250 fine  SECHELT���William Shepperd of' Selma  Park was fined $25d at provincial  court May 8 for possession of marijuana.  He pleaded guilty to the charge.  'Court was "told that police''searched  Sheppard when he was seen leaving a  house that had been "staked out."'  > In other court news, Bradley and  William Butler pleaded' guilty to ��� theft-  over $230 and breaking and entering and  theft.   / ~ l  Court learned that the accused stole  a compressor, motor and hose in January from the Sechelt garbage dump.  The equipment was the^ property of  the provincial parks branch.  In May, the court was ,'told the pair    stole two chainsaws after ' breaking into  NEW STATUE is being installed at   to Johnny Pinchbeck   Some of the    a shed on Porpoise Bay Road.  the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes   rocks in the grotto came from Our        The Butlers were remanded to May  behind the church' on the Sechelt   Lady of Lourdes in France. 7 for sentencing.         Indian reserve. The statue replaces l  one that was broken a few years ago  when children accidently knocked it  over. The upgraded grotto has been  fenced and beautified with funds  coming from the Totem Club. Here,  Father Fitzgerald hands the statue  The department noted that in 18 per  cent of fatal accidents, at least one of  the parties involved was impaired -by  alcohol.,  Although the fatal accident total rose  by 29 per cent over'the previous report  period figure, the number of motor vehicles registered, with the provincial government increased by only 8 per cent.  1  e  Free Appraisal: Swords, guns,,  and other weapons, watches,  books, ship's models, jewellery, antiques, diamonds, old  ammunition, fishing tackle,  etc. No charge. We are hobbyist and will buy, swap or  sell.  Bank references.  >hotte 885-2463  -ciwip^  belt. A    Uc  iTOJfriJS'-JSjj  ��Jflp  '&PWIIA  TRAIL BAY CENTRE ��� SECHELT ��� PHONE 885-2335  USE YOUR GAMBLES, CHARGEX, OR MASTER- CHARGE CARD  AND JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!"  ��2223 _2__3,G_3__ _____i ____a n_^��i _____; Bsraio EI.5.-HJ ___bm BMtffi Egaa bhsw mb_bei  Use 'Times' Adbriets to Sett. Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  reguiaiiosis  SPRINKLING regulations-aimed at con- -  serving water during the summer are  now in effect throughout the regional district, said Gordon Dixon, water superintendent. 1  Residents on Wakefield Road, the west  side of Norwest Bay Road, the west side  of Rosamund Road, the west side of all  streets in Langdale, Cowrie' Street in  Sechelt and all waterfront properties may  use lawn sprinklers only on even numbered days of the month.  All other properties are restricted to  sprinkler use on odd numbered days.  One sprinkler, only, is allowed on each  property, Dixon noted, requesting: "When  the fire siren is sounded, please turn off  1 your sprinkler."  Local schools  xegisteriiig  CHILDREN starting school this September should be registered by their' parents within the next, three days. 1  If the child will be five years old by  Dec. 31, he can bo enrolled for kindergarten at either Langdale, Gibsons, Sechelt, Madeira Pork or Roberta Creek Elementary Schools. ,. , ' 1  Children who will reach their sixth  birthday by Dec. 31 should bo enrolled at  the school nearest tholr home.  Enrollments can bo made May 15, 10  and 17 in the offices at Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Secholt and Madeira  Park' Elementary Schools.  Offices will be open for registration  between 9 a.m. and 12 noon nnd 1 ,p,m.  and 3 p.m.  Parents wishing to enrol children at  Davis Day Elementary School can do so  between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 15 and  after school on May 10 and VI,  Bowon Island, Halfmoon Bay and Eg-  p -  mont achoola will bo accepting registrations after school May 15 and 10.  Proof of ago, such as a birth certificate, Js required for registration,  HWl-MHB.III.1   ���    II   I "���*������������������MlH-lll������������������ MuMl���lM   il- �������!'���"  DROP in and view, the beautiful now  paintings  on display  at Miss Bce/s,  ScchQlt.  Hawaii in October  .'.'5th to 19th  by WARDAIR .'>-';-'  Again this year, by request,  I  am orgdnlxlng a M-day tour to  JJ9walj:i_7_w_ ^^ <_)iw__  I am happy that I am now ablo  to announce details of this tour.  For details, write:  L. D. MacLAREN  R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  or phono 886-9829  Authorized WARDAIR Agent  on Iho Sunshine Coa��t Tnnnnnniuininnnnnnri-Ti^rnii���nmnnnhnnnn-���in ~���--���--������������--���.-------------��-����������  'I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ��� ���   > ���John Atkins "  Richard T. Proctor,' Managing Editor  juuuuuuuL��umriiMinnrii-innnrr'in~i -���---���------------ ----���-������--������--���. ���.������������.�����.��...��MMMMia��  3  r r  THE MINISTER of foot and mouth    umbia, and the Canadians only are al-  disease, sometimes known as Graham- lowed to use the ferries! will.the min-    puts a tremendous responsibility on the  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for "publication, but all originali must be signed by the" writer  Paver must be unbiased    ,him.a I pass by and see ^e p���0* <* ,one  _. v-f��-   _--m��-   ���*��� mans convictions.  Editor,- The Times;. , _     . .-  Sir: Being the "Voice pf the People"  L.ouis is something of a philosopher.  He would call his ideas ' just  commaon-  ektremely  high  prices. 'Why shortages?  Not because' of limited land or equipment.  TKe incentive to produce is missing under  a government dominated system! Russia  finally,recognized this,and, gave farmers ,  small tracts from .which they could pro-;  duce and sell their'products freely. .Over  the last few years,'"such "free enterprise"',  farming in Russia accounts,for oyer 30  per cent of'their food'production, even'  though it represents, ��� less than five per"  cent of their, farming land. ' ,  I hope that we can* learn from Our  mistakes.' Let's use the good' offices of our  government-tp spur individual initiative.  And, let's make sure that farm produc-/  Lea, minister of highways, has done it  again. >       . ���  The honorable minister has suggested  a Canadians first policy on B.C. Ferries. In other words, suggests Lea, vehicles with Canadian licence, plates  would.be allowed to board the ferrires  before Americans regardless of how long  they have been waiting jn line.  This is known asdiscrimination and  we thought that our socialist govern-  ister of foot and mouth suggest a British Columbian first policy. British Columbians would be allowed first crack  at the ferries;, Albertans next, then  Saskatchewanites and so it goes right  across the nation. Line up by province.  Lea earlier suggested, that Americans, be discouraged from using provincial parks.      , >     N    "  "Tpurism is a good, clean industry.  One that,   requires  . no subsidization.  ment was pledged to wipe out class    Tourists bring in new money (and make  .. distinction. Here is one of the govern-    no mistake, about it, they' spend lots of  ment's own cabinet ministers doing as  much as he can to'discourage tourism  while at the same time, Ernest Hall,  minister of - travel industry, is doing as  much as he can to promote tourism.  What gives?  Don't the cabinet members talk tp  each other? Don't they read each  other's press releases?  Discrimination in any form is dispi-  cable. When American tourists are discouraged about coming to British Col-  dollars in British Columbia). It is rapidly becoming one of the major industries of the province, right after forestry, fishing and mining.  We suggegst, as does the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce, that  the highways minister confine himself  to the upgrading and extension of highways, and keep his nose out of tourism.  After all, the highways serving the Sunshine Coast alone are enough to discourage tourists.  RECENTLY  Prime Minister Trudeau  said he and his federal government  materials we needed to build homes, and  generate enough capital to finance them,  shoulders of one person, the local editor.  - Due to the influence of his newspaper,  and the natural .tendency of people to  believe anything seen in print, the editor must at all 'times keep his paper completely truthful and unbiased in reporting  on local issues, with the exception of the  editorial page where he is allowed to ���  express his own opinions. ' -  ���If this, policy is not,strictly adhered  to 'then the newspaper becomes.no longer  a newspaper but an expression of one  man's   opinions.  In a small community it is naturally  very difficult to remain completely aloof  and impartial to what is'going on around  you, therefore it Jakes an exceptional and  dedicated man to remain completely unbiased in his reporting.  The feelings of the editor may show'  up in many ways in a paper, the place-  " ment of ads and news stories, the amount  , of publicity given to certain people and  projects,,the captions under pictures, or  the writing of "editor's comments" after  letters to the editor that do not agree  with his own views.,%  The Peninsula Times, over the years  since its conception, has a commendable  reputation for factual reporting.  A' previous editor took on the unfortunate and unpopular task a few years  ago, of trying to destroy a group of  dedicated people trying to improve the  sense  Anything he isn't using or doesn't    tion decisioils ^ made by thousands of  immediately need    is available   to his    family . farmers' rather than by a  few  could do nothing about inflation in Can-    yet housing costs shot up 7.3 per cent , hospital facilities in thearea. Luckily this  ada, because it was a world-wide problem and not just peculiar to this country.  Hooray  for you  Pierre���-there's  a  great way to lay this Jmmense problem  ��� aside with a mere shrug of the shoulders.  In the meantime what does a 10 per cent  annual inflation rate mean to you?  If you bought $100 Canada Savings  bonds last fall, your government will pay  you $7 in interest next November. But  your $100 investment will be worth $90.  If you're an average Sunshine Coast  worker, you'll sense there is something  in 1973. The vast and glowing number  of services, from barbering to banking,  are mostly Canadian, but their costs rise  repeatedly each year. N  These are.all within the powers of  an energetic and imaginative government  to control, or at least .moderate.  The federal good prices review board  last month took a small step when it  identified egg production as one of the  villains of the inflation piece, and was  criticized by Agriculture Minister Eugene  Whelan for singling out the egg men:  "We should be doing it with the bank-  dread-fully wrong, and not able to right ing industry, we should be doing it with  itself of its own accord. ( some of the manufacturing industries and  Prime Minister Trudeau is fond of these other people that are selling their  pointing out, to the exclusion of almost products to. industry they, you and me  everything else, that part of Canada|s have to buy for our home, and so forth"  person was unsuccessful and is no longer  with the paper. The Times once more became a newspaper to be respected, and  believed in the community.  It seems The Times has once again  become the weapon of its editor, who has  set out on a personal vendetta to try to  ���hinder the efforts of another worthwhile  project for this area.  Now that he has proven unsuccessful  in his efforts, both with the provincial  government and the majority of the local-  people, who still support the project, it  is hoped he will now allow his-paper to  return to its rightful role in the community.  RR' 1, Sechelt ���' GLENN PHILLIPS  Cemetery condition cited  Editor, The Times,  Sir: In the past 20 years, I have attended four funerals at the Seaview Cemetery in Robferts Creek and each time  it made me sick to see the . condition  of the place.,., overgrown - with crab  grass and blackberry vines so 'that you  can't read the headstones unless they are  four feet tall. The bridge across the creek  is just about to fall down.  My mother, father and two brothers  ���both vets of the Second World War  and my father, First World War vet rest  in this place. Surely, something could  be done to make Seaview a place that  would add charm to a lovely place like  the Sunshine Coast. My parents are one  of the oldest residents of the West Sechelt  area.  We live in Squamish and the district  of Squamish takes care of the cemetery ���  and it is a nice place. I don't know  about your service clubs, but in Squamish  they go once a year and clean up and  place flowers on all the graves. This,  , they do not even do for the veteran in  Sechelt.  COLLEEN CLARKE (nee Nickerson)  Box 751, Squamish, B.C.  Pioneering spirit still  alive at Tomicic's farm  Editor, The Times;  Sir: Many people come to the Sunshine Coast hoping, either to gain a  degree of independence by gleaning some '  of their living from a few acres of land,  or to slow down their pace so that they  might enjoy a rural and more natural  ovlronment. Not least of their desires  of\en, is the wish to give their children  a chance to Bayor coyntry living.       <  Louis Tomicic, yrHfo the help of his'  family, has realized all this and more.  Coming to the area six; year's ago, he  bought 33' acres of land thick, with cedw,  hemlock and fir, older, maple and dogwood, After having the land carefully  logged to save some of tlio choicer trees,  era ip -j- o   a.       Louis set up a small mill and started cut-  n 50 m p.h. zone is dangerous? Also,  ting hunbe? for his building,  driving 50 m.p.h, tn, u 30 m.p.h. zone.,      First, of course,  was a comfortable  is dangerous.   .,,       7    7 homo ifor his family. Then followed chick.'  ���Fill  in  the  potholes on Teredo   en house, an 18 stall barn/a couple of  S|rcct? ������        '���''.'   ' cottages, .workshop  and. about  a  nillo,  ���Prohibit smoking in food stores?      ! ��f ���*����<*������. Tho farm Js on the highway  Allow  tnllfi-Pft  rllnllnff  from   Pen-   if R��bwta . Creek,, dipping  ��Way  from  ���Allow tou-lrce dialing irom jen-   tho ,^4 to the newly opened view'of  ..... o.._-ui-_ -rw-rt, ^   Louis has accomplished all this while'  ho padded out his finances from outside  work.        .   ' '  In nn nrcn fast surrendering to a demand for building lots, small farms ore to  .,,,..,- - ho .cherished. Along with tho golf course  to bo "bigger nnd betjer thnn ever. ���Put a 40 mph zone from Sechelt    and tho recreation park at Roberts Creek  the end of tho popul-   a selectively logged acreage such as tho  inflation is imported. He says there is  little we can do about the price of Brazilian coffee, or French wine, or American  cotton, or Australian wool, or British  leather, or Venezuelan oil.j  But external affairs account for only  15 per cent of the economic activity of  this country which leaves lots of. room  for action on the home front.  We produce most of the food we eat  ���the bread, the milk, the^meat, the fruit  ���and yet food prices went up at least  16 per cent last year. We produce all the  Times gone by  May  16,  1973���Sechelt Fire Department, in conjunction with B.C. Telephone" Co., has  installed  a 20-station  telephone alarm system.  Need for sewers in the Sechelt area  is imperative, Mayor Ben, Lang told a  special meeting of the village council  and Indian band council.  Joe Horvath has been elected rural  area J3 (Davis Bay) to Bowen Island) ,  trustee  of the  Sechelt School  district.  Norm Watson has been elected by  acclamation to Sechelt village council.  He replaces Bernel Gordon who resigned  when the government .announced its  Public Officials Disclosures Act.  Several new firms opened for business in Madeira Park when Pender Harbour Shopping Centre began operations.  May 14, 1969~~Sechclt's 21st annual, May Pay festivities are expected to  be "the greatest ever."  Associated Chamber of Commerce  is expected to hold Its convention in  Sechelt in July.  Plans for a seawall along Boulevard  arc forging ahead nnd Sechelt village  council hopes to cprry out the project  on i��,fivc-year basis.   7 ,  Scdhcw and Olbsjons councils expressed dissatisfaption with the government's outlined uses of a $3 per capita  increase. r  Bud Norris and Terry Raines opened  Twin Creek Lumber and Building Sup-  1���ply "t.td^"' Olbaons^r"w���*",���.-^--^-^--^-u^���..  May 13, 1964���Gibsons clerk Jules  MnlnU told council that the municipal  levy Is now 8.64 compared to 9.12 last  year. Total municipal mill rate is 32.96  Right on... Mr. Whelan. But why  don't you and the other chaps in Ottawa  really do something about it instead of  shrugging your shoulders?  Councils, boards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal councils hold  ' public meetings at the following times  and places.  �� Gibsons village council: municipal  hall, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  o Sechelt school board, Gibsons,  2nd and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Above  Kruse Drug.Store.)  �� Sechelt village' council: municipal  hall,, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  �� Sunshine Coast Regional board:  Davis Bay, last Thursday of each monthy  7:30 p.m.  Members of the public may attend  oany of these meetings but generally must  obtain prior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  i  Why don't they?  TO ADD to the list (or remove items)  ; call The. Times at 885-9654, 885-;  2635, 886-2121 or write Box 310, Se-  ������ dibit.,' ! ���".'..   7 ,;:  WHY DONT THEY?;���   :.  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway 101?  -Realize that driving 30 m.p.h, in  neighbor, including his time. If you do  business with him, you come away with  full measure, heaped and pressed down.  It's a heart-warming experience. While  visiting on a day to see if a friend's lum-,  ber was ready (it was), I heard Louis  hail a departing customer with, "Hey  you haven't got 300 feet of lumber  there!"      _  "No, I only wanted 200", came the reply.    -  "You haven't got* that either. Put on  some more. You can bring some back if  you don't use it.'"  1    "WTien I was leaving, my trailer cargo  cf compost was noticed. I was invited to  pull in and put on'some barnyard.manure .  to inake a payload. No strings attached.  Tormicics are enjoying life and the  sharing of it. And if you are still wondering , whether or not you can make it  "back to the land" take a look at what's  been done by one man and his family and  tfl-Cft* I_.ef.rfc  Gibsons    ' JACK WARN  >  Canada can do much  to ease inilation  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The most pressing problem today  is inflation. Blaming high prices in Canada on general international conditions  ���beyond our control���is not acceptable  to me. There is much we can do to heat  up or reduce inflation. The high food  prices, I believe, stem largely from  poorly thought-out government farm programs both in Canada and the U.S.  In the early '70s, for example, the  Liberal government in Ottawa forced  farmers to drastically cut production of  most grains. This was- a carbon copy of  the illogical U.S. farm programs that paid  farmers not to produce. Ranking ��� Conservatives opposed this move to cut grain  production, knowing full well that it  would cause distortions in future years  (Canada is a world grain marketer).  In  late   1969,  I personally addressed  many   Alberta farm meetings  speaking  out against the program because it would  only'- provide an "umbrella" for our competitors���at Canada's expense. I "did not  foresee .the extent of our present food  shortages back in 1969. But, I could see  world incomes rising and the increasing  work} demand for our high quaEty farm  - products.   Everyone seemed to' see, this  ' except our  government  in  Ottawa.   In  . characteristic. Liberal fashion, they went  , for, short term answers.  There is a lesson here. Blatant 'gov-  -. ,ernment   interference    in   the- business  decisions of our farms and' factories can  have a "boomerang effect. Instead of surpluses, .we get shortages and eventually  inflated prices. In a free market economy  farmers and manufacturers set.their own  production goals in line with anticipated  profits.  This system has  given  us the  cheapest food in the world.  ' Russia, with its vast communal farm  ��� system���a truly socialized farm economy  ���is known for its food shortages and  corporate giants.or by -a government,  commissar. After all, we are all consumers  and eventually-, must .pay. through the  nose for undue government interference.  , - JOHN PANKRATZ  1731  S. Quince, Escondido,' Calif., 92025  Labor, management  neglect consumer  Editor, The Times, ,  '_ Sir: The public interest of the consumer as a citizen is waiting to be represented. Yet the- consumer is not, repre- -  sen ted at'the bargaining table where he  rightfully belongs. 'Labor and management have never comprised, more than  48 per cent of the populace and the remaining majority is asleep and when  awake silent. It is time the bargaining  rights of the consumer were recognized  pu'blicly.on a provincial and a national  basis; and given the role" of representing  tiiti, public interest.  But as yet there is no public organization of consumers that has as its primary  purpose the industrial r��9presentatiorf of  the consumer at the bargaining table and  at-the policy-making .tables. There should  be>such an association of interested, in-'  'telligenit and responsible persons who  have no direct interest in labor unions or-  industrial management. And if is time for  us to talk about this through correspondence. Here is one address to begin with  and more centres could be started on the  r��ge B-2 *~      The Peninsula Times  Wednesday- May 15, 1974 '  > < <��� f   -  same basis of ..sharing ideas, support; and  direction. Post Office Box 35234 Station  ' :��E",< Vancouver;; B,V.< V6M4GA. '  ���* '' Soon a mimeographed sheet of viewpoints could be circulated by mail. And  'general.'reports to the public could go  -to the newspapers' in major*cities across  Canada. There .the problems facing the  -consumer and the nation as well as the  provinces could'be reported and discussed . in. .relation _, to" marketing  boards,  , labor codes, arbitration procedures and  . policies, and  the other major areas of  concern. Here is where the consumer has  ��� too long been inactive' or barely active  . when aware that a problem exists.   --  Inflationv has .become an increasingly  severe problem, our number one provincial and national problem. It demands  an effective answer that governments  cannot by themselves handle. Participation directly in the pph^y-inaking must  ��� be given to the' consumers organized  proparly on an industrial foundation, pro-  vinoially and .nationally. But first must  corns a thorough job of-organization that  will require considerable efforts to encourage the silent majority to become  responsibly, active and intelligently informed.  Now is the time for action. Perhaps  the newspapers will encourage the formation of a' consumer-citizens public interest association for industrial representation. The country needs a responsible  and intelligent approach tar'the problems  of inflation," excessive conflict and dislocations from strikes and lockouts. Let  us hear from you now!  Vancouver VINCENT OLDAKER  %mmm*mmm*mmm)amMftm^tm*aftimnnnraf\^  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  ��       / ' ���  *r *r HI*        ***  DONT MESS IT UP!  ,*3S_^______i��$l!i  II (ill  &,m*m*itia*t<riAmlma.*llmml��m*  WEMIMS3X3S  n  i  Persons storing inflammable liquids, namely gasoline,  within the boundaries of the West Howe Sound Fire Protection  District and serviced by the Gibsons Fire Department:  Section 7.12 of the Fire Marshall Act clearly states that.,  "no person shall keep or have in his possession or under his  control any inflammable liquid exceeding five imperial gallons  in quantity without first.obtaining a permit."  ���    _-'���  ' Therefore/under this regulation, beginning June 1, 1974,  those persons who_do not hold the above permit may be charged  under Section 7.12 of the Fjire Marshall Act.  ; Applications for permits may be obtained at the Gibsons  Municipal Hall, South Fletcher Road, Gibsons.  Signed:  '        Local Assistant Fire Marshall  ii��.^_atf-s.a^.^.i;ai.*.-W  ercs  For care-free family fun on the  water, get a 1974 Midi Merc. With  Thunderbolt�� ignition to eliminate  perlodictune-ups.Perma-Gap��spark  plugs that can't foul. The Midi Mercs  are so versatile, Dad can troll with  the same motor that .thrills the kids  on water skis. So let your family  enjoy all the fun of boating. See  your Mercury dealer today.  _Z_Z~3      m  mEftcumr  DKIiaoAnna  ()��| om nlllwa* 1071 Mirn  4.7.B,0.11,30,40, w.M.as,  M��.(i��rvM��tln��.l!oi.4IW,  M|aalaa.pp9.,0nt.flo,  Scchclt'a May Day parndo promises'   every month?  tho Sunshine Const?  ���Tench children not to Utter?  r-AHow  permmnenf resident* two  free return trips to tho Sunshine Coast,  MERCURY. Power to do the thing you really want.  Tourist Association fears that S,S.  Smokwn of the B.C. Ferries will soon  bo taken out of service were unfounded.  Application for ii building permit  for n medical clinic on Inlet Avenue  wns made by Mrs, A, Richter.  ,St. Mary's Hospital, Is .being constructed on schedule and Is expected to  open in September,  _W��MM��a^M^��<��W^<MMMMMMMM��|iaJWMUW��a<ajtfMMW>A��Mtfa.W��^J����  Published Wednesday., At Sechelt  on n.C.'�� Siinf.hfno Court  ���    ��� ���    *>y ���   ���     ���  Powell River New* Tow^ Crier  Sechelt llmci Ltd.  Box 3107. Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt B85-9654 or 885-26)5  Subscription Rale-: (In B<tv��nco)  Ixx*l, XI per yewr, Beyond 35 miles, $*  U.S.A., $10, OvcriCM $11,  Strvlng the area from Port Mtllon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervlt Inlet)  village through, to. . . .   _  ntcd area in West Sechelt? *  * Tomlcic'a adds plenswnt variety" to" ilio  ���Sponsor littcrathons   instead   of   BC0!J��v.1   .  walknthons?   ' '. ������'-. �� 'hl8,AaV ��[ /��8t4ncrcB��lna coats tti��  Give rebate to ncbnle who pay    ��J��   ^eS ^S^A*l��  water rates i nhond of time?  ���Put gunrd rails at Trout Lake?  -���Make junk car dealers fence their  lots?  ���Put bicycle paths along the highway?  Inff thcmelvca an wU-sufflctont ns poa-  GOVERNMENT WHARF, GIBSONS  TELEPHONE 886-7711  wlble. Thoro ls a couple ot pons of wean-    ,  or hoga, Homo young gonts nnd a few  frticep besides n small herd ot cattle, la  tho poultry yard nro chickens, geeso, tur-    <  keys nnd colorful flock of pigeons. What  �� Place to bring, up children! There nro  ���Unhook trailers before parking In ��� i-wo-riding.ponh��*inclc|entnllyrfor tho  the dot? cMldron,  h,l    i   .. .u        .        uii' . ii '��    .   A largc nrea hM I**" developed for  ��~Why don't they put a public toilet   jtltolven garden nnd to acq, them through  Davis Bay? the winter they hnvo nn old fashioned  root collnr tucked Into the hillside, sod  roof; and nit. About theonly legacy the  farm has .irom  past Bottlers t�� nn old  orchard In ono eornw, which provides  shelves of tnftty preserves.  It tnkes n  lot of muscle and a lot  of Idealism to crcnte n practical farm out  of such lnnd ns J^ouls', port of which is  bedrock grnnlto. Tho rownrds nro greater  though thnn tho cost nnd I get n lift ench  nt  >__.__. j socholt Chain Saw Contro 'ltd.)  COWRIE STRREET, SECMaT TELEPHONE 885-9626  Blaka C, Aldorson D.C,  CHIROPRACTOR  Po*t Ottle* Building SocMt  Phon�� 883-2333  Wcdnctdayn and Saturdays  10 m,m, �� SilS p.m.       10 a.m. - 2t30 p.m. /  Wednesday, May 15, 1974     ,   The Peninsula Time.  Pago B-3  Weather slows action*. . .  51  SUNSHINE Coast Senior Men's Fastball  League got off to a slow start last  week with two games' cancelled.  'Legion and Pen Hotel were rained  out May 5. In Pender. Harbour, Roberts  Creek completely overwhelmed the, home  club 29 to 1 and 23 to 3 in the second  game of the double header. Winning  pitcher in the~ first game was Ralph Henderson, with a one-hitter while Gary  Helmer won the second. '  Roberts .Creek continued its winning  ways' by edging Gibsons Legion 3-1 on  May 7" and the game between the Pen  Hotel and Wakefield was called off as  the Gibsons,field was unplayable.  Wakefield opened on Thursday night t  at Hackett Park with an impressive 6-0  shutout of Pender Harbour, Jim Hall  scattered two hits and .starter Tom Hem-  stalk gave up only six hits. Dennis Hollis  chipped in with his first homers of the  season.  Wakefield's next home game is 6:30  p.m. Thursday when they meet league-  leading Roberts Creek at Hackett Park.  STANDINGS       W     L       Pet.'    GB  Roberts Creek  3       0       1,000    ���  Wakefield     1       0       1,000       1  Pen Hotel  .'. 0      0        ,000   1%  Legion     0       1 ,     ,000      2  Pender Harbour ...7 0       5        ,000      4  LINE  SCORES  Roberts Creek 29, Pender Harbour 1;  winning pitcher Ralph Henderson; home  runs, Kerry Eldred.l.  Roberts Creek 23, Pender Harbour 3;  winning pitcher,  Gary * Helmer.  .Roberts   Creek  3-Legion   1;   winning'  pitcher Ralph < Henderson, losing pitcher,  D. Elson.  Wakefield .6-Pender'Harbour 0; winning pitcher, Tom Hemstalk, home run,  Dennis Hollis, 1.  Double headers set  LOCAL   baseball   players   have a full  schedule  of   games   ahead   of   them  during the next two months.  Following   is   their   game   list,   with  home teams mentioned first.  PINTOS -s  May 15���Pender Harbour vs Wilson  Creek; L & K vs'Roberts Creek; Langdale vs Boom Men; Sidewinders vs Sechelt.  May 19���Sechelt vs L. &. K; Wilson  Creek vs Langdale; Roberts Creek vs  Sidewinders; Boom Men vs Pender Harbour at Gibsons elementary.  May 2I2-T-Pender' Harbour vs Roberts  Creek; L & K vs Boom Men; Langdale  vs Sechelt; Sidewinders vs Wilson Creek.  May 26���L & K vs Pender Harbour,  12 noon at Gibsons elementary; Sidewinders vs Langdale at Gibsons elementary; Boom Men vs Roberts Creek at  Elphinstone; Wilson Creek vs Sechelt.  May 29���Pender Harbour vs Sidewinders; Langdale vs L & K; Roberts  Creek vs Wilson Creek; Sechelt vs Boom  Men on Dolphin St. field.  June 2���Pender Harbour vs Langdale;  Roberts Creek vs Sechelt; Sidewinders  vs L & K at Gibsons elementary; Boom  Men vs Wilson Creek at Elphinstone.  June 5���Pender Harbour vs Sechelt;  L & K vs Wilson Creek at Gibsons elementary; Langdale vs Roberts' Creek;  Sidewinders vs Boom Men at Elphinstone.  . June.,9���Wilson Creek vs Pender Hai;-,  bour; Roberts Creek vs L & K; Boom  Men'vs Langdale at Gibsons elementary;  Sechelt vs Sidewinders.  June 12-rL & K vs Sechelt at Gibsons elementary; Langdale vs Wilson  Creek; Sidewinders, vs Roberts Creek at  Elphinstone; Pender Harbour vs Boom  Men.  June 16���Roberts Creek vs Pender  Harbour; Boom .Men vs L & K at Gibsons elementary; Sechelt vs ' Langdale;  Wilson Creek vs Sidewinders.  June 19���Pender Harbour vs, L & K;  Langdale vs Sidewinders; Roberts Creek  vs Boom Men; Sechelt vs. Wilson Creek.  June 23���Sidewinders vs, Pender Harbour at G|bsons elementary; L & K vs  Langdale at Elphinstone; Wilson Creek  vs Roberts Creek; Boom Men'vs Sechelt  at Elphinstone.      ,   ,  June 26���Langdale vs Pender Harbour; Sechelt vs Roberts Creek; L. & K  vs Sidewinders at Gibsons elementary;  Wilson Creek vs Boom Men.    ,  BRONCOS ;'"".'  May. '15-^Wllson Creek vs Pender  Hart>our, 6:30 p.m.; Sechelt vs'Firemen,  6:30 p.m;        ���.���  ',        ��� ; ,..;;;'.;���.t"7  May 19���Pender Harbour vs Wilson  Creek, 1 pirn.; <.Firemen vs Kinsmen, 1  p^.m, at Elphinstone. '  May 2?���<Sechelt vs Kinsmen, 6:30  p.m.; Wilson Creek vs Firemen, 6:30 p.m.  May 29���Secholt vs Pender Harbour,  0:30 p.m.; Wilson Creek vs Kinsmen,  0:30 p.m, . ..,'���'"'  Juno 2-^-Pender HnrbouA vs Wilson  US  PHONEMATE  'mmfflfflmWffl^  jiiVi-,--t"-":Vr^iii7'i--''"f'"'-'-'--'-"-L:':':i'-'-'1'''J-*-:-*:-:---l-LL--J-'-i-ri '...i.i.i.l.1^.  T ���   ' i i .    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June 5���Wilson Creek vs Pender Harbour, 6:30 p.m.; Kinsmen vs Firemen,  6:30 p.m.  at Roberts Creek.  June 9--Kinsmen vs, Sechelt, 12 noon;  Firemen vs Sechelt. Double- header at  Elphinstone. - Second game starts after  first finishes.  June 12���Sechelt vs Kremien, 6:30  pjn.; Pender Harbour vs Kinsmen, 6:30  p.m.  at Roberts Creek.  Rod 'n Reel  ���by Brian Baker  LIKE the weather, the fishing has had  its ups and downs this last week. I  thought it would be a good time to/cover  a few things that might be of importance  to Coast people.  Local anglers going to the interior of  British Columbia for holidays this ,sum-  .nier, please! Don't put your salmon gear  in the closet, take it with you." Some of  the finest lake fjshing awaits you and  your salt chuck equipment. A very common sight on most of the larger lakes, is  to see a fisherman with steel line or  nylon to 30-pound test���complete with  a six ounce slip weight, trolling up and  down waiting for that scream of his  reel.  . . ���-1-  Lac lLa Hache is one of those lakes.  Nestled in rolling hills, a few miles north,  of 100 Mile House, complete with government campsite' and boat launching facilities. The deepest trough runs from  Twilight Lodge to Twin Islands, on the  west side of the lake, and is about two  miles long, Lake trout (char) have been  taken that tip the scales at well over 30  pounds and more, but the, average runs  from six to 13 pounds.  The   most  popular  lures    are:  Mac ���  Squid  b/w, g/w, No.  7 Wonder Spoon  and No. 5 Stewarts, these most resemble-  the kokanee (landlocked salmon) which  they feed on.  The lake, abounds with kokanee, averaging a pound, that can be taken with  a Deadly Dick r/s spinning or Willow  Leaf Troll and worm. Because of their  soft mouths it is advisable .to use an  elastic band between the troll and your  hook leader to take up the shock of the  strike.  A CHANGE OF PACE  In my travels up and down ��� the coast,  I meet and talk with many people and1  during our'conversation the, controversial  dogfish (problem?) seems to always pop  up. There are many sides to every story,  and by no means do I.protend to know  all the answers, but have we changed so  much from that day when, as youngsters,  we .were quite happy to lure any fish  from tho sea whether It wns a dogfish  or a bullhead?  7 1 also remember that the cat got them,  or my mother removed my trophies from  tho frldgo and deposited In .the garbage  enn. Nevertheless,! personally have seen  mnny changes for tho worse In this sporting pnrndlso, wo call homo: creeks diverted nnd prime fishing holes lost forever,  but thnt's progress, ns wo all know.  When the balance of nature Is changed  something hKs to pay nnd most usually  it's wildlife In all its forma.To be Interested In this subject Is everyone's duty  *and*by*':wo'rltlng*logother^wo^mi8^t'J't>6;*  able to snve somo pnrt of what wo have  had for our children,  Tho one thing I do know for sure, Is  that this paper Js for you. Qot a fishing  or hunting problem? Drop mo n lino,  Rod 'n Reel, Peninsula,, Times, Box 310  Secholt, V0N3A0. Till noxt week:, "A  boy In the, boat, ia tho sports man of  the future". Good fishing I  Arena News  By GORDON DIXON. President   . '  Sunshine Coast.Axena Association  TED Fitz-Gerald, now with the Legion,  Will   bscome, arena   manager.   More  next week.  A- meeting of the debenture holders  will be held, at the arena tonight at 7  o'elock. We must" have a quorum.  Sunshine Coast TV will put in the'  sound equipment. It's, necessary that you,  send in participation forms now| please.,  Anyone interested' in minor hockey"  in eapacity of directors, coaching or refer-  eeing should contact'Jim Gray, 885-9308,  885-2114 or Ted Joe 885-9950,," 885-2273.  Also; anyone, wishing to sponsor a team  should contact Gray or Joe.  -   Look for.   the B.C. Minor Hockey  Association booth and float .at Sechelt  Timber Days.'     , - ''  BREADBOX, toasters, scales, knives and  forks, purses, lamp shades, all sorts.  of things can be found on Miss  Bee's  "White  Elephant", shelves.   Miss   Bee's,  Sechelt.      ,  s  V,  Each year, a growing number of communities are featuring  Festival of Sports programmes that have a broad base of participation In sports and cultural activities combined with  major attractions,, parades and pageantry.  CHILLIWACK - Country Living and Festival of Sports. May 16 -  June 3. Beauty Queen Pageant May 17; Athlete of the Year Banquet and  Sportsman of the Year Banquet 6:30 pm May 17; Pancake Breakfast, Giant  Parade, Street Carnival and Barbecue May 18; Lion's Club Cowboy Breakfast May 19; Spring Concert at Sr. Secondary School May 23; Festival of  Sports Events Include: Chilliwack 3-day International Horse Show May 18,  ,19, 20, 8 am Chilliwack "Fair Grounds; "A" & "B" District Baseball Tournament May 25: Willie Harris Jr. National Rifle Match May 26; Festival Swim  Meet Rotary Pool May 26; Men's, Ladies' and Mixed Lawn Bowling Triples  June 1, 2; Geary "18" sailboat racing at Cultus Lake'June 1, 2; i George  Martin 307 Lewis Ave West 795-3185; John Tutte 45608 Stephenson Rd  Sardls 858-3478.  NEW WESTMINSTER - Hyack Festival May 15 - 26. vagabond  Players Theatre May IS to 18 and 22 to 25, 8:30 pm. Vagabond Playhouse,  Queens Park "The Fantastlcks"; Hyack Canoe Marathon, on Fraser River  Saturday, May 18,starts 8 am at Hope, finish 4 pm King Neptune waterfront  New Westminster, entertainment all afternoon at finish line; Hyack Canyon  Car Rally New Westminster 16 Vernon Saturday, May 18, return Monday,  May 20; Hop Wilkie Juvenile Baseball* Tournament May 17-20, Queens Park  Stadium; Official Hyack Festival Opening 21-"gun" salute to the Queen by  the Ancient and Honourable Hyack Anvil Battery - May 20, 12 noon Queens  Park; Band Concert May 20, Queens Park; Carnival in the Park, May 21-26  Queens Park; Street Entertainment May 21-24 downtown, uptown and Sap-  perton shopping areas; Jaycees' "Miss New Westminster" Pageant May 21,  7-30 pm Lester Pearson Sr. Sec. School; May Day Wednesday. May 22, 1 pm  Queens Park; Hyack Festival Junior Parade May 23, 7 pm Columbia Street,  4th Ave. to 8th Ave.; Tenth Annual Hyack Invitational Bronco Baseball  Tournament May 24-26 Moody Park, Friday 6 pm, Sat. 10 am, Sun semi-final  1 pm, final 6 pm; CJJC Old-time Dance May 24, 9 pm - 1 am Queens Park  Arenex; Second Annual Hyack Swim Meet May 24-26 Canada Games Pool,  6th & Cumberland; Bandarama May 25, 9:30 am Mercer Stadium 6th St. at  10th Ave.; Labatt's Marathon Bicycle Race May 25 starts 10:30 am along  Hyack Grand Parade route, New Westminster to Victoria; Hyack Festival  Grand Parade May 25, 11 am; Field Lacrosse Canadian National Team vs  University of Washington May 25, 2 pm Queens Park; Little Wheels Quarter  Midget Auto Racing May 25. 26, 1 pm; Bavarian Night May 25, Curling Club;  Second Annual Hyack Square Dance Jamboree May 25 Queens Park Arenex  8:30 pm. t>��. Martin, Judy Matheson Royal City Society 213 Columbia.St  522-9511.  SPORTS EWEMTS  BASEBALL  COQUITLAM 2nd Annual Evergreen Colt Tournament Invitational May  17 - 20 Final Game May 20, 3:30 pm Mundy Senior Ball Park - Blue Mountain Park t". MSrrls 780 Como Lake fload Coquitlam 936-7629  NEW WESTMINSTER ��� Hop Wllke Memorial Baseball Tournament Invitational May 18 - 20, 2 pm & 6 pm Queens Park Stadium \D. Martin  ��� 11137 Evans PI Delta 522-9741  BOWLING  BURNABY    National Classified Championships May 17.18, 10 am - 4 pm  Lougheed  Lanes  (Alberta.   Saskatchewan,   Manitoba,   Ontario,   Quebec  &'  N.Vr.T.) tS. Manning 3481 Klngsway Vancouver 437-8494  BURNABY    1974 Tournamont of Champions Regional May 19, 11  am   .  Dlgney Bowl JS. Manning 3481 Klngsmy Vancouver 437-8494  BURNABY    Goldon Age - Regional Championships May 17, 12 noon  Mlddlogato Lanos |S. Bogal 7155 Klngsmy Burnaby 522-3654 -  PORT MOODY    1974 tournamont of Champions Roolonal Finals May 19.  11 am Port Moody Lanes fS, Manning 34B1 Klngsmy Vancouver 437-8494  RICHMOND    Golden Ago - Regional Championships May 17, 1? noon  Skyway Lanes \Q. Nielsen 333 Wo'. 3 Road Richmond 278-5312  SURREY    1974 Tournament of Champions Regional Finals May 19, 11 am  Doll Lanos fS. Manning 3481 Klnosway Vancouver 437-8494  VANCOUVER: B.C. .Secondary Schools Provincial Championshlpa May  18, 2:30 pm Chapman's Recreations }K: MoKemle 1755 �� 55,th Ave' Van-,  couver 321-0741 ' ' ��� .  VANCOUVER    B.C. Secondary Sohobj Provincial 5 ,p|n Championahlpa ,  May 18,-1 pm U.B.C, Bowling Lanos jK, MoKenzIo 1765 E 55th Ave Vancouver 321-6741 ' ' .'< ;.  VANCOUVER    '1974 Tournament of Champions Regional May 19, 11 am  Fraaer Bowl ts, Manning 3481 Klnosway Vancouver 43]-8494 ,  VANCOUVER    1974, Tournament of Champions Roolonal Finals May 19,  11   am Grandvlow  Recreations AS,   Manning 3481   Klngsmy  Vancouver ���  437-0494     ������,.������                  '-    ,',��� ���������...,     ���   ������ , ��� ������    ���      .  VANCOUVER    Go|dan Aqa ��� Regional Championships' May 17; 12 noon  Commodore Lanoa ���ft". Nozakl 030 Qranvlllo St Vancouver 681-1531  WHITE' ROCK     GoldonAgo . Regional Championships May 17,12 noon'  Whlto Rook Bowling Contro fF, Palm  1724 Johnson . lid Whlto Rook  636-0410 r  CANOE & KAYAK  , BURNABY International canoeing May 10 Burnaby Lako (Seattle, Tapo-  me. Oakland, Portland] if, Horompoly 630 Tyodall St Coquitlam 937-0981  . HOPE-NEW WESTMIN8TER Hyaok Carioo Marathon International  May 10, 9 am Fraaer Rlvor \R, Brlno 0/0 Royal City Society 213 Columbia  St mw Westminster 622-95J f  . , ;   .  ' VANCOUVER capilano intornntlpnal w'hlto-Wntor Racoa May 10, 3 pm,  10, 10 am Copllano nlvor (near ll_h hotohory) North Vancouver t". SJma  3345 West J4|/i Avenue Vancouvor 003-0711  CYCLING7,7  CLEARBROOK    3rd Annual CloarbrooK Crltorlum International May 10,  10:30 am Cloarbrook Jr Soo School (Albotta, USA) to, Dosmoulln 2008,  typlands Cres Cloarbtaok 053-0f20 ��� > '  VANCOUVER D,0, Fostlval of 8porte International May 28, 7:30 pm  China Crook velodrome 1165 G Droadway ]T, Hoar 6070 ponnison Or Delta  694-5404   ' ��� ', \    .    FIELD HOCKEY  VANCOUVER    0,C( Fontlva! o| Oporto Womona Flold Hookoy Jamboroo  May 10, 10,'20,' 0 am John Owon Playlni   " " ~  Moaorop Jt Sop School liurnahy 43S-33J4  May 10, 10,. 20,' 0 am John Owon Playlna Ploldo U,D,Q, fj, VV/ntorfootlom  :oy  Win  UpwakUln  HORSESHOWS, RODEOS  ��� CHILLIWACK-'ChllllwacklntomntlonallHoraa Show'May 10;*10,'20,*0 ��m-  Chllllwaok Pair Qroundn /(Alberta, USA) fn, Apploton 640S Lhkman Sardls  050-3444 1 * '  CLOVERDALE     Clovordnla rtodao International Mhy 18, 2-4 pm' 10, 1-3  pm 20, 2-4 pm Ourroy Fairground ffl, Donn (lox 1174 station A Swoy  DELTA Delta Sun God Div 5 Invitational Tournament May 18, 19, 9 am  South' Delta Recreation Centre 1720 56 St S Delta fG. Bramhill 5809 48 A  Ave Delta 946-4583  PORT COQUITLAM Invitational Tournament May 18, 19, 20, 10 am  Port Coquitlam Recreational Centre jW. Richardson 1563 Western Dr Port  Coquitlam 942-6519  WHITE ROCK Tyke Tournament May 18, 19, 20, 9 am White Rock  Arena and Taylor Box fPau/ Hough 13317 Marine Dr Surrey 536-6795   .  MARKSMANSHIP  BURNABY B.C.R.A. Provincial Small Bore Sporting Rifle Outdoor Championship May 19, 9 am Coast Marksman Range Barnet Highway Burnaby  ffi. Cheyne 2809 East 4th Ave Vancouver 253-3782  MOTORSPORT  ' COQUITLAM Spring Trophy Motorcycle Road Race International May  19 practice 9:30 am racing 12 noon Westwood Circuit (Alberta, Washington,  Oregon) fA. Sadden W.M.R.C. Box 80091 South Burnaby 936-0388  NEW WESTMINSTER Hyack Festival Canyon Rally CASC sanctioned  May 18, 20, 7 am New Westminster City Hall - Saturday start. Vernon -  Saturday finish/Monday start, New Westminster - Monday finish tP. Meehari  No. 106 1025 Linden Ave Victoria 687-4711  ROWING  BURNABY LAKE" Western Intercollegiate Rowing Championship Regatta  May 17, 8 am May 18, 10 am Burnaby Lake Pavilion (Alberta, Manitoba,  Washington, Oregon, California) iJohn Cartmel 311 E 6th Ave Vancouver  879-8486  RUGBY  NEW, WESTMINSTER International Rugby <��� Fraser Valley Selects vs  Blackheath R.C. England May 16, 7 pm Queens Park jK. Banks 684-0332  SKIING  WHISTLER MOUNTAIN International Acrobatic. Aerial;_ Hot Dog  Championships May 18. 19, 11 am Whistler Mountain (USA) ij. Bright Garibaldi Lilts Ltd Alta Lake 681-1014  SOCCER  BURNABY Wesburn Invitational Tournament Division 1-8 May 18, 19,  20, 8:30 am Central Valley Sports Complex to. Gray 3873 Spruce St Bur-  ,   naby .6B7r483t3 ,  MISSION 'Mission Junior Soccer Club Tournament 1 Invitational May 19,  20, 21, 9 am Mission Fairgrounds (Washington) IB. Logan P.O. Box 79  . Dewdney 826.7096  POWELL RIVER    Powell River Invitational Tournament May 18. 19, 20,  9 am Timberlane Park (Washington) fS. Ferguson Box 18 Claridge RR 1  Powell River 485-5/52  SOFTBALL  BRADNER    Bradner Viotoria Day Elementary Schools Grades 4. 5. 6 & 7  May 20, 10 am Bradner Community Park ffl. Ehrenholtz RR 1 Mt Lehman ���  859-9J95 -,  CLOVERDALE Native Mens & Womens Softball Championships May 18,  19, 20.-9 am Pacific Park, Old McClelland 8. Pacific Hwy. iC. Supernault  1027 W Broadway Vancouver 736-8721  GIBSONS invitational Tournament May 18, 19, 20, 6 pm on 18 and 10  am on 19 & 20 Brothers Parte fF. Reynolds Granthams Landing 886-9515  RICHMOND Richmond Girls Tournament May 18, 19, 9 am Garden City  School ffl. MaddocKs 9/2 Ash Street Richmond 277-9844  ' VANCOUVER Native Mens S, Womens Softball Championships May 18.  19, 20, 9 am South Momorlal Park \C, Supernault 1027 W Broadway Van-,  couver 736-8721  TENNIS  COQUITLAM     B.C. Festival of Sports Regional Tournamont May 18, 19,  10 am - 6 pm Coquitlam tennis Club tDave Toltord 5014 Linden PI Delta  946-2326 <    :'.���/.'.'��� .: ���- -.-,\: .;;���'"'���"."  ) RICHMOND B.C. Fflsilval of 3porta Regional Tournamont May 18, 19,  Richmond Tennis Club ������ffy Vogler 628 Gilbert Rd, 273-3631  7TRACK/&::''l=|ELbl;:-,'������,'  ABBOTSFORD Uppor Fraaer Valley Jr-Sr Championships May 15 Abbotsford Traok & Flold ]B, Stewart 2325 Ware Rd Abbotsford 859-7125  , BRADNER Bradner Viotoria Day Jr Traok & Field Races May 20, 10 am  p Bradner Community Park tfl. Ehtonholtt RR 1 Mt Lehman 859-9/95  DELTA Wost Zonb Fraser Valley Track Moot May'l5, 3 pm - 9 pm Bear  , Crook Track & Field Park,136 St Surrey irl, Toms 7568 ���.. 112th St Delta  594-049/ ,���,'��������� ��� . .,;''���.  RICHMOND Richmond Elomon'tary Zone Moots May 21'- 24, 10 am ���  6 pm Mlnoru Park JK. Youno 739 Qoldstroam PI Richmond 277-1818  i RICHMOND Rlohmond Inter Junior High Championships Eliminations  May 10. 3 pm Finale May 14, 0 am Mlnoru Stadium fG, Savage 1161 No, 2  ; Rd Rlohmond 27J-1264 '      'r        '      '  SURREY Burroy*North Dolta Rooroatlonal Junior Devbloprhont Championahlpa May 10, 17, 24.31, Juno 7, 4 pm to. Cooper #307, 11015 - 09 A Ave  Delta 500-9070 , .  SURREY  Fourth Fostlval ol Sports Ohampldnshlpa Senior & Junior men  " ~     -    ��� - --���- ��� &��fC(  and women 'May 16, 6 pm Boar Crook Park Traok \N, Mamies 12240  Ave Surrey 590-2208 ��� .   r ,  VANCOUVER   Burhaby-New VYo-tmlnstor Zono Moot May 16, 9'am Em-i  plro Btadlum \K, Taylor 4939 Canada Way Burnaby 299.5771  VANCOUVER    1074 Vancouvor Qooondary pohoola Athlotlo Aaaoolntlon  Moot May 10. 0 am ��� 3:30 pm Empire Stadium \W, MaNully Churohlll Seo  School 70S5 Heather St Vancouver 201-0334  VANCOUVER    North Qhorb Secondary Sohoola Moot May 14. 0:45 am  ' Empire Stadium ft.' Coroon 721 Chastoitfeld Ave N. Vancouver 007-0141  VANCOUVER , Vancouvor Dlatriot Inter Hloh School Moot May 22, 23,  1 pm Moroor Stadium, Emplro Stadium to, Saraoo 090 Williams Rd Rich-  mond'274-120i . .   <  WHEELCHAIR SPORTS  VANCOUVER  AROHEmf - DARTOHEny    May,10, 1|30 pm Orookton Oval Btanloy Park  (Washington, Alberta) m, Oveson 2099 Deaoh Ave Vancouver 001-1141  MARKSMANBIjlP    fill? Shooting May 10,,0|30 am Sapparton Gun dub  (Washington, Alberta), \M, Oveson 2090 Beach Ave Vancouver 001-1141  BNQOKGn    May 10, 7 pr  ~ "    --  "    ,., Vancouver OQl '  pm Boymogr Dllllardu fM, Oveson 2099 Daaan Ave  swimming "May lOrio'nm POroy NormanPoortM,* owson' 2099 oonch  Ave Vancouver OOI'I141 1      ,  TADLG TENNIQ - WEIGHT LIFTING     May 17, 0 pm G. |\ Strong nohablll-  tatlon Centre tM, Owon 2099 Pone/I Ave Vancouver 001-1141  TpAOK & FIELD  p May 10, 0 am Orookton Oval Btanloy Park tM. Oveson  2090 Beach Ave Vancouver 001-1141 '  Plan to participate in the British Columbia Festival of Sports  this coming week. You, your family and friends can take an active  part in many scheduled events, Or, you can attend events as a  welcome spectator. Either way, you will enjoy rnemqrable; leisure-time  activities of your own choosing.  BOTSH OUMBM ramOF SFQRK  ...T,g���__������^���i_...^^,.,,... ^^..^..^.^.^.^^^..^^^.^.^.^ ,������,������..  Government of British Columbia  Department of Travel Industry  Hon, Ernoat Hall, Mlnlstor ���  ForBolIilodllit^  "Schedules ot Evonta" folder at any British Columbia branch of the Canadian  Imperial BonK of Commorco, BCAA offices,, Recreation Offices, Sporting Goods  Stores or other public Information outlets,  ��� ��� ��� ���   ���   * '������ 1       ������,        ���'��������������������      ..-.���-  .   , , .. . ,, 1    ,. ,,  t Cvnnt Chairman, Any ��rrora, omlMlona or nqbaoquont ohanoot ��r<* not tha rotppnalblllty o| llio provincial Oovernmont  $  %  mmWMmmmWmWm  ^^^m^^m^^^^m^^^^m^^^^^am^mmms^^^s^^^^^^^^. Happenings around the Harbour  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  ALTHOUGH ithe long weekend is still  .ahead of us, the special events'mark-,  ing the May holiday have already started,  with the junior fish derby and the plane  rides last weekend. But there's lots more ,  to look forward to at the end of this  week, with the parade and the crowning  of the May queen, the", popular pancake  breakfast, softball games and concessions,  sports competitions, dances. Let's hope  the weather cooperates to give us a  memorable weekend.  We've had a guest from eastern Canada who'oame out to see the Sunshine  Coast, and frankly, so far, the weather  has been an embarrassment fo us!  I didn't get to attend the spring concert Saturday before last, but I hear that  there was a great turnout, with .the auditorium filled to capacity. The performers  responded to the audience's enthusiasm  with a fast-paced, lively program which-  went without a single hitch. The sponsors want to express their appreciation  for the wholehearted response of, the  community to this local event.     *  I did  manage to attend  the spring  bazaar and tea that afternoon.'Of course,  ' it's my first time .so I am unable to compare the.turnout with that of previous  years.'But there was  a good crowd���dt.   until a^few weeks ago, is probably know  seemed as if everyone was there enjoying    to��� most of you. as the dance musician  enjoy talking to, too,  FISHERIES  OFFICER  Heard the news this Week that Jill  and Frank .Postlethwaite, new owners  of the Sea-Jay, are leaving - shortly for  Frank to take up his duties as fisheries  patrol ofificer 'way ~up .the, coasCTrank,  who  was  teaching  at  the  local school  Page B-4  The' Ponlo&sSa ��� Tfea��3  Wednesday, May 15, 1974  this opportunity for socializing' and for  getting some great bargains. There were  garden plants and handicrafts, home  baked cakes and used clothes, and plenty  of opportunities for the gamblers among  us to _try for a variety of raffle prizes.  Much of the credit for the success of  this event goes to the merchants of Se-  dhelt and Madeira Park who contributed  merchandise, and the ladies of the Community Club have asked me to extend a  sincere thank you for their help.  Perhaps I am the only one who failed  to notice the appearance of a new gift  shop in our midst.,C. A. Lott opened his  new place several weeks ago (that's real-.  ly his name, not just a cute- idea "for  naming the new business), and I finally  got in to see it. It's-a bright attractive  place - with a variety of gifts,, cralt ma-  Merials, toys, and so on. Clare and Helen  .Lott are pleasant, expansive people you'll  whose popular group is known as Night  Train'. Jill's daughter Marilyn will accompany them.  Marg Rankin tells me there is a treat  in store,for members and guests of the  Senior Citizens' Club. Eric Brpoks, from  the Francis Peninsula, will present an  , hour-long slide show, with scenes from  , around the world, at the meeting on May  23: It will take place at.the old,Legion  Hall, starting at 7:30 p.m., and promises  to be, very interesting'indeed.  Speaking .of the old Legion building, ,  have you noticed' the walls rising behind  thes���well, I was going to say the new  premises, but I guess I'll have to,,say  the "present hall: it's getting confusing  with three buildings now -on the site!  Those concrete blocks are the beginning  of an entirely new;hall to replace the  one presently in use, which is going to  have to be" moved, since it sits on the  road allowance. This wet weather may ���  speed.up the growth of mushrooms, but  it's sure , slowed down the ��� growth ��� of  those walls! Aih" well, the sun is sure to  sihine' for several days- any time now."  -Just had a call from Carol Maynard  to tell me that library hours are' changing for- the summer. Tuesdays and Thrus-  daysyou can borrow books'from 1:30 to  4:30, and on Saturday's they'll be open  from" 1:30 to 4:30. ~  If you've p Visited , Egmont recently,  you've probably, noticed the fishboat undergoing repairs in the bay next to the  government wharf. It's being refurbished  by Dick White and Don Jeffries, and they  ' plan to go fishing in her this summer.  This is quite a change fdr Dick, who has  been living near Mission, but" who will  be making Egmont his base for most o_  the summer at least. And this means,  ot course, "that Nan White will be there  too���'good news for all the neighbors who  have enjoyed her visits over the past  years.  DOGWOOD  L .   Well I finally saw the dogwood, and  . quite a sight it is! I have been waiting  for the blossoms toy"open", but am intri  gued to find that they don't do'anything  of the kind. Unlike flowers I'm familiar  with, they are wide open ficum the moment, they first,appear. It's been such a  rainy spring, but even a .rainy day' is  cheerful when there are flowers everywhere one looks and the air is full of per-  ! fume. Surely now ' we'll start having  some of that'sunshine'that's supposed to  be associated with this area.  I hope so, for I've got some of my  garden in, and with the way prices are  going, I'm counting on a bountiful har-'  vest. Wish they sold seeds that produced  steaks and roasts. And does anyone know  if sugar cane will grow here? Or perhaps  someone has a recipe for making sugar  from beets?   -  Did,you know that it's now possible  to  place a classified ad in The Times  without   making   a' long-distance   call?  .Mary -Milligan' is now taking ads' over  the  telephone���her number  is  883-9049.  I'm, sure most, of you know Mary,  or at least .know of her. In spite of being  .totally blind, she is a very active member of our community. It's amazing how  little her affliction hampers her activities, which include keeping house, raising  chickens and tending other animals, and  working with various local groups, including the drama club. Bill Milligan has  contrived a guard "which prevents her  from*walMng into the, stove which, heats  their, house, but it fascinates me-to see  her walk around confidently, putting out  her hand to pick up her stylus, or a recipe  beck in braille, or whatever she is seeking. With two good eyes, I can't do that  around my, house!  SCHOOL   BUS  ' "And here's a, warning from Larry  Curtis, who is one of the local school  bus drivers. Larry says there have been  several charges laid against drivers re-  - cently for failing to stop when the lights  are flashing on one of the buses. He  reminds motorists that it is necessary for.  approaching vehicles, as well "as following  ones, to come to a complete stop when  the flashing signals are going: They indicate that the bus is debarking passengers,  and like the rest of us, Larry is anxious  that no local youngster be injured' because of some driver's ignorance of this  ruling.  For some reason, he says, all of" the  ' drivers have noticed an increase in the  ��� number of motorists who fail to respond  to a stopped bus in the approved way.  Let's make sure to' correct this situation  before it's too late. ��� '  * Put your message into more  than 3,694 homes (15,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference' ....  anytime!  ���umnimmmitHiuiMHMiiuuiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiHm  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,894 . homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference ....  anytime!,  BuMMUniUiUIIUIIUIIIIMIMMMIIIIllliliiiiiii,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!!!!,!,,^^^  ���������UllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllNIIIIIII|ll|l|||ll|l||l||||||H|||||||||||||MI||l|^|l|IHIII||l|l|uiniUIIIIIII|l|||l||lll^  ���_-���-_��__=a���������� ��    , - CONTRACTORS (Con't) * : ~"        * ~  ACCOUNTANTS   W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wako-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  -    We Repair:  ��� small kitchen & household appliance-  ��� vacuum cleaners ��� power tools - electric  motors - almost anything small enough to  sarry In. . -  JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  & ENTERPRISES  Cowriea Street, Sechelt 88S-9343  kan_a_n_B__M-__-___n___IM-  ART SUPPLIES   Telephone 806-2069 \;  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing,  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  '   Pine Road ft Grandvlow Avenue  P.O. Bex 42, Gibsons, B.C.  ARCHITECTURAL-PU\NNING   1���'   SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders .  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building,and  Planning Service  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  -Valve and Seat .Grinding  AH Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Socholt Branch -��� Phono 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ������ Phono 886-2201  Pondor Branch 7J-. Phpne 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOURS:"  Sechelt; Tueiday-Thursday 10 a.m, to 3 p.m.  frl. 10 a.m. to fl p.m., Sat; 10 a.m, to 3 p.m.  Slbsorw fl. Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m,  to 3 p.m.; Friday |0 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Freo Estimator  :i,_,���^  ,_._'J^  ���'."''Pohdor'HaiboM?^  or 003-9972  TED'S DLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  .   ; ��� l   ,  Peeement* - Driveways - Septls Tank*  Stumps - Dlteh Line*  Coll for o ffee estimate any time  THO DONLEY Pender Harbour 883-2734  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH     '  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1, p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CARPETS  LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  *  Repairs.   New  Carpet Sales and   Installation.  ' Service Guaranteed.  Corner-of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  Gibsons Ph.  886-9093  KITCHENS BEAUTIFUL  LAWRENCE  Home Improvement Service  Cabinets / Countertops  new or renovations  Box 342, Gibsons Eves. 886-7495  PenConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERYICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  .    886-7417 or 886-9890  G. W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks -v Excavating  Leveling & Landscaping  Phone Jerry, 885-2680  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group. Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Facilities-���  MACHINE SHOPS  BUILDERS  T  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phona 883-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  -   For AIU Your  Building Needs  PMONI YIRN, 003-3325 or 006.2344  Use theso spaces to  roach nearly  12,000 people  every Wsokl  BUILDING SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  ' (the Plywood people),.   ,  ALL PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Construction  Panelling - Doors -' Mouldings  ' Glues - Insulation  . Hwy. 101    ���   Gibsons   ���    886-9221  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Ponder Harbour area  ,Sand -Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  We no<yv havo 2 concreto mixer trucks  7   to sorv? you.  R.R. 1  Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO* LTD.  ���;���'���'��� 886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoo - Cat   '  Water, Sower, Drainage Installation  .;, Land Clearing  7      FUEE ESTIMATES  L&H SWANSON LTD.  , READY-MIX CONCRETE  ., 7 Sand and Gravel - Backhoe '  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISR PAY ROAD  085-9666, Box 172, Socholt, B.C.  ^-^^MORRIE'S^CONCR^R"-*11---  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stolrs  Walks " Driveways  Frca   Estimates Phone  885-9413  Land Clearing -Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 003-2417  R.R, 1, Madoira Parte, Q.C,  PHONE 005-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Rood Building  Grading - Fill ��� Road Gravel ��� Crushed Rock  ���^^^PhWvv5i��h^irMS:Wro~~*^*^.  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ~- Ditching  Excavating ������ Land Clearing  Rood Building ��� Gravsl ��. Fill  886-2830  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel �� Fill �� Driveways  OasomonU - Light Ocarina  FREE ESTIMATES  | Phone 006-2237 days or eyes,  I Pox 13, Gibsons, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES   SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating  or  spring  cleaning  call  us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free  Estimates ,  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical  Contractor  R.R.   1, Madeira Park  Phone  883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  'j WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimate* , ,  Jee McCann, Box 157*. Madeira Park  , Phene 883-9913  mmmm. i���������pi.,���.,-������n   ��� ��� .I,-,.-,,,,,.���. ,,    ���I���  n-w��� ������,-__.���___,'..,_. ���,.,,. , mwrnm,:.-  ���      JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978    '  At Hie Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  .Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721      Roe. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  v   .ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464   . ��� , __, . .f| .  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  ' 24 HOUR SERVICE'  Sechelt ���  885-2523 days ���  885-2108' eves.  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C..  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  -��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886,9111  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (dlv.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd,)  ��  Complete Maintenance  O  Do-lt-Yourself Trallor Skirting  ��� 24-Hr,  ���'���  Bex 920, Sechelt    5ervjCQ     Tel. 085-2712  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phono   Day   or, Evenings   885-2062  FUEL  RNIEWIDMAN  Joi^alLyoMr,,,,,,,.,,^,,,^,,.,,,,,^  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER   ,  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT-BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-28-18.  Your Buslnoss Card    ,,  ��� ,       In this space will    ''     .  '    reach nearly 12,000 people!  Low cost ��� High power  MOVING  & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  :.   Household Moving, Packing, Storage 7  Packing Materials for sale   ,  ,   MEMBER OF ALLIED' VAN LINES ,  Canada's No. I Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberta Creek  Landscaping r Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertiliser  '   Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mon  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshlnr Oiiast' Hwyr- Phr��86-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Pal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt- Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING 8t DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C,  Phone 885-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  AH types of Painting  Private IV Commercial  General Delivery  r 883-2678  __"  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  BRUSH ��� SPRAY OR ROLL  Call: 886-2512  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  7   - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains -' Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Charlaboh  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  L. & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  -SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST-  Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918   L Mitchell & R. Mitchell    SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting ��� Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  5     Free Estimates. ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt ,     Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  ,'    Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  &  APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���Used appliances for sale���  .Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  . ���   7 7    __, _      i  \ ���    '   i_      . ���'   RENTALS' 7'" ������������������ ;.'',���,���.   ���     ,,       '���  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS arid EQUIPMENT        ..  ���  ������'���   RENTALS ana! SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllora - Generators - Pumps -  7 EdrtK "Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Ponlmula Road  MADEIRA PARK  ' PHONE 883-2585  ROOFING  ���   BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR 8, GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons  . 886-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  "<_)   Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof- repairs  > ��~ Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt Phone 885-9873  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  *  Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  )   ���     RE-ROOFING  AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  ��� Box 948, Sechelt Phone *885-9091*  HEWING  MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to'all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  ��� . .p.   i   SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  .   Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from BugM$hQn3p.ppo.i9^ALl0h.tljr)O.  Plants.  R.R,  1, Dayis Bay, 805-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING   ,  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD/'  North Road, Glbtons  "We R��nt or Sell Almost Everything"  --Typewriters -Lighting Plants - Televisions -  Roto Tillers . Cement Mixers . Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools .      .  PHONE 886-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL J5TORES  i"  *<">  #A  C tk S HARDWARE  Secholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.     .  Office  885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay   '  P.O. Box 609, Secholt, B.C.  885-2332 or collot.fr 601-9142  TIRES      '       ;;,7'.-i '��� ������7.;.���:.���"  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Bex 1), Gibsons, D.C. - Phene 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  tyonday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows. - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.     '.���������  Heavy Equipment Mevlng 8. Leg Tewing  L, HIGGS  Phene 00J.?4JI  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree Service  * Prompt, guaranteed, Insured wertt  , * Prices yon can trust \  Phone 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ��� clean-up your wooded areas  . rompve lower limb* for vlow  �� top tall troos ad|acent,lo bulldlngi  Mary Volon 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO  J&C ELECTRONICS   ,  _i_ ������,,.,PH|LCO-FOJDwSAL  """: "��� p.Z.^0 sorylca'oir'l^nds-^"''''  003-2360  next to Coast Cable Vision  SECHELT  r-     -    ������ i - -1 -    i.   -....-1 11    . i. in...   SUNSHINE COAST.T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon OI|v��r ��� Dark Van Heet  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Sechelt ��� ('hone 01)5-9014  CLOSED ON MONDAY!  ��*����� ../'  /  Howe Soundings  ���*. -     ' . ,       aa*     <  t  l!  < ������by Margaret Jones  *   _  v_  'WHEN in Rome, 'do asthe Romans do', day to, celebrate'with a mid-day wiener  ���  or 'When* yi Lumby/do astheJLumb- ���. roast on the-Okanagan Lake shore.' The   ,r ' feN T  yans do't ���   v       '   v'   " -' ' i,cy waters ol* the, lake did not .deter ,sev-    >      \��..-   " -*  That is precisely what the Elphinstone eral of the young swimmers from having j \. s.*^  School band students did !on their recent a dip. * "', ' ��� ' '  trip to the;' beautiful Okanagan. For the "At the concert in the evening, the .  <49.,exubeVent students from grades 9-12,^ two bands played alternatively .'The music j  the trip started when they met at-the- ranged from pop, to classics, and an ap- |  " school at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 3, in good preciative audience showed their > en joy-  time to catch the 9 a,m. ferry at Lang- ment of the fine < performance. The pro- *  dale.                                   *                  . gram ended with impersonations by Ian  Accompanying the students were Mr. McKenzie, which sent the audience home  Campbell,   bandmaster;   Mrs.   Campbell; in merry mood. A sock-liop, with' music  ���  Mrs. Kay Dombroski and Mrs. S. Fearn- by a versatile instrumental group of five  ley, the congenial and ever-ready chapr .boys from .the Elhpie band rounded off    s  erones; jmd l^st but not1 least, George, the evening.   - '    ,     '    "    .  the popular bus driver.   * ' On Sunday morning, the group from  Brillant sunshine went with them all Gibsons -took _ their reluctant leave after   ���  the way, adding a sparkle to the scenery, a week-end- of good hospitality and new  The journey was brdken by. stops at Hope, experience's. They had been billetted priv- ���   k  Hope' ^lide, Princeton and Summerland. ately in different types of homes-Tat some  The Lumby band members and parents they had horses, and at another they had   >\  were >there to welcome their guests when trumpeter swans! Though the outward as-  they arrived at 8:30 p.m.    , ,l '        : pects of their billets were so different the  Saturday was another perfect day���a warm welcome was everywhere the same.  The return journey to the coast was  Vfl  *  p  )  f  'J-  f    Vs��f t ���*  lu  J  . J:  Wednesdoy, May 15, 1974   ,    , The Peninsula .Tinges     .���   Pegs B-3  1 1 ' , .        r fl ;    ��< l   i      L       J    .    11    i< * V       "%    ^ -   "���    p. >    <���  ��� i1**}-'.    "     ^"-:.*      are  5y  ������f^ffiff^pH^  s^i-aii-  Jack & Jill   '.\  Child Miiiding  Co-Op;  Applications still available for  3 and 4 year olds. Apply before  May 30th  to Mrs.   Rezansoff,  RECENTLY MOVED TO THE COAST FROM' VANCOUVER  ,A   ' .'     7 AND RICHMOND.      .,,  Mr  greeted appropriately by liquid sunshine,  with stops at Kamloops, Cache Creek" and  , Hope, and ended, at,8:30 p.m.  During the trip various band members  spotted some wild animals���deer, a bear,  lynx and coyote.   ,  We in Gibsons will have a chance to  return their fine hospitality when the  Lumby band pays us a visit on June 14,  15 .and 16. <   '  > ,<   This*'week's concert, by the Elphinstone _  �� M?jM6��Se7 ISn"^ tot^SdiightSatoe!' FLOWER STALL proved popular at- Mildred Whittaker, left, and Hazel  Tickets are available in advance only traction at'Sechelt Senior Citizens^ Evans. Old Legion hall was filled to  J\ from band members. The proceeds will go Association spring bazaar May. 11. ^capacity and flower and bake stalls'  f" towards the purchase' of band instruments. Busily' tending , to  customers    are Vere sold out within" an hour.  y,"/   'i  ���    ���*....  I  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  BRANCH 140 ��� SECHELT  antd oc/(  ���   ���   o.  j����"j <����� #^.a.y  ��   Doors Open 6:00 p.m. ��  Dinner 7:30 > p.m.  �� Music by "Ml<$h$ Tmm" #  TICKETS: $6 per person �� RESERVATIONS: 885-9949  I  (  >    7 7"   .i-V    "A,   7'VVr  ^777'- v .-'7  ",' ,   J S-"���}-, ���  ^'7    \W*7 >\   'iV'S. ". '^f'  MALLOWS  Kraft Jet Puffed, white or fruit  11-ox.  package  .3   for So'  >>7��>: i ^#MW 11 pes. I mmM '   ���������  p    ' p- '>  ', * .' Vi' - ��^\v/77r"'  , 5-ox. ������  .,. ' 7>'' !i  (pt'^p u  fcr  Sandwich Spread  Salad Dressing  Tea Bags  Ketchup'.  Choice Pears ssr*.  Paper Towels  Prepared Mustard  .    ��    " ��'.'. 7'   A.J  ,, < '<*](V   .^ ','��,>  DRBNBCS  Shasta Atu't  48-ox. tins ....  for  >4W^��n''^>M  'p*. :-7, '-,-  '  ���p'   * p  J.I .   <*  .������������������������I.' i Miartiialtnn.im*AanJliita.t 11L1   i ^i   ii.m i i.ia^Jnaaal.aia.aii Hl.ai  Kraft  8-ox. jar  Coffee Mate fT  -ox, jar ���  Kraft  Miracle  Whip  32-ox. jar ............���......._  Nabob Groom .  Label ��� 100'. .:.  Pancake Flour _s__3?___.  Instant Coffee ,Nr*��Bo"rmk  lb.  pkg.  I  -ox. Jar  Hplnx  5-ox. bottles  fo��<  for  Scott assorted  2-roll pack'   French's  9-ox. jars..,  for  Peanut Butler  Hapklns  SlSfifllSIC   McC��rm'ck'* Windsor  Better Buy m  48-ox. tin ...:    ato  Scott rainbow and  whlto���60's   Assortment, 18-ox, packago    HkkflllSt    McCormlck's Graham Wafers  BJIJvBIIIiB    14-ox. packago   -.,  5fc  Lumber Jack  32-ox.  bottlo ....*;..���������  Schick stainless stoel  injector, ll's ...~-   Kloonox--*����*����^��"<��*.>'p��-'p"-��"��-ia��^p(����.��n.  m  Uquld Detergent JS?U  racial~fj$$ue*Ai^S7��oov'z.  Baby Food  Margarine  Holnx  4.5 ox. jars   for  for  Razor Blades  : . i, i i   ���. ,= 7i  Hamburger Buns  Swiss Chocolate Rolls fe;��T^  or HOT DOG DUNS  Putch Oven 8>..������'���  Harvest,  4 L 55c   Charcoal Lighter Fluid  3 ���,fl-39   Charcoal Briquettes \  Emo     J'  32-ox. tin  Grllltlmo  0-lb, bag ���.  Banquet Dinners  S!SSSS^S^^SSSSg3Bmm  SAUI5DURY, MEAT I.OAP,  CHICKEN L.OAF, TU RKEY,  Froxcn,  11-ox. ..���........���.....���.....   Ea  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY, MAY 16  TO SATURDAY, MAY 18,  Wo tosorvo tho right  to limit qutmtitlos.  CANTALOUPE "��S��.,  TOMATOES ^'TJi  RHUBARB    �����"F,0,d  M5(��c^;:i)M��;  ^y  u ���  -J  ssssss  _2232SSSSS  L���aip&sia: ���^   -  f I  .4  r  -���VSM. ,  \  it  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 15/1974 '___  Squarlngly yours  ���by Maurice Hemstreet  HERE I find myself talking to myself.  -  l "Just don't sit there, .get those fingers  .busy typing . . . more haste, makes waste.  Square dancing' hasn't come to a com-'  plete halt, look for me in the Secholt  Timber Days Parade with a little good .  music and maybe - some square dancing,  then later on you will find'me in the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade, if all goes well. At  least it's down hill and "both days should'  be bigger, and better this year, so if you  haven't done anything' for your community lately, how about getting a float or  ' eyen your car duded up to make, better  parades.        ���    ,  I put in the column last week for ad->  ' vice as to keep writing through the summer, or, take a rest. The phone has rung  .three times now; and each time the voice  on the other end says, "I think you should  do it,"  and  of ��� course,  with one' thing  and another, I. have to stop and think,  do what,' and, they say, "keep writing."  Well, if I can pass on a little news or bring  'a smile to someone's face, then I dood it.  Let's have a look at the recreation  problems on the Sunshine Coast. I may  t not be up on all facts and figures, but I  THE PAT Murphy family of Half-   Lions Club annual Mothers' Day pan-    with families giving Mum her one "do know that the amount of work put  moon Day eagerly await first batch   eake breakfast May 12. Peninsula   treat a year.   , ;"+" ��-�����-.��� ��... �������� *��� ***>-*- /-��-*.  of pancakes during Sunshine Coast    Dining Lounge was filled to capacity  l*v  r  1  7*  -T- -jr.'-, t-,        - I'   �����  "  V.. '    f.   - '- ��� f*v    idT   i  Boot in Live Entertainment  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge -7- 886-2472  S---a.---���.��.a-~-- --��-��---- ��� ��.----���---�����-----a-��������---��----------1T----���  NBJRWUXI1  f^m  'l'  ir  r  J  \  V  /  /���*  tl  *  ���J  \     m*      I  '*     i"  V *  S*  *  ��._ _���.��  I  ' ���- V;-7\ V'*\ **���  into getting the area in Roberts Creek  under way, was tremendous and the fact  remains, that the cost now has more than  doubled, I still think that there should be  '.another vote on, this recreation center  which will be big enough to handle the  /ever-increasing population and give our  kids something to do. Who knows, we  may even come up with an Olympic champion. Why should private enterprise, or  those who have, money, pocket dividends  and the kids will still have to roam the  streets. They won't be able to afford  more than one trip a 'week to a private  center.  I*' could see a rec. center at Pender  Harbour, because the area is covering  quite a lot of territory, but to have two  on this end, it's quite ridiculous. Why,  - the truck drivers, bulldozer operators and  general hand workers who donated time  to the Robert Creek Center, have put  more dollars and cents into the project  " than1 the taxpayers would do in five years,  so if you have any, suggestions on this  matter let me know. Even if I lived in  Vancouver,' I would still be for the common sense factor.  I will leave you with this thought in  mind: Do unto others, as you would have  them do unto you. ,  On Tuesday, May 21 sf,.  one of our representatives  Mr. B. Kohl, Assistant1 Manager,  will be at  Suiinycrest Motel, Gibsons, 9-11:30 a.m  Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt, 1-3:00 p.m.  Tel: 886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561 (Sechelt)  IT'S PANCAKES all lound during    ____.��� -. , .  successful Mothers'  Day  pancake   Diagnosing a problem - o .  breakfast sponsored May 12 by Sunshine Coast Lions Club. Pass the  syrup, please. '* "  s, doctor���Jince,  Auxiliary seeking  Thrift volunteers  By BRIAN BAKER,'Gibsons  ~ - I PEEL 'from past experiences vtbM wev  PENDER  HARBOUR ���On"a brighV"      _iave all at some time,' (both jfoung  though cool May afternoon, the Pen.  der Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital hosted a hospital week tea. There  were   28   members  present  and   seven  guests. '        " ,.,  The meeting was opened at 1:30'with  Mrs. Evelyn Olson, in the chair.-.  Mrs. G. Sackville of New Westminster  gave a brief talk about auxiliaries. Mrs.  Jean Patterson asked for more volunteers  for the Thrift Shop, Sechelt. Mrs. Sheila  McCann distributed, more baby wool for  the knitters. Attractive rugs and afghans  and old) heard, a story repeated time after  time with everyone adding or deleting  some part. The story and the point be- '  come lost in the shuffle and the final  product becomes a. distorted, farfetched  yarn with no similarity to the original  event. It's hard to believe that in out  modern nation and right here in our  own province, that this is still the  mode of news, local and world, in some  of our communities without a local paper.  Without overbearing praise, because  they hold'down a job the same-as you  made  by   Mrs.  Hla  Wiggins  were  on 'or I, <U> live and exist in our world of  display for the members.. today, there's a little something extra  The tea was arranged by Mrs. Doreen that newspaper people have and do that  Webb and, assisted by Mrs. Jessie Prit- we the eight-to-five people do not have  chard,   Kay  Rancler,   Jule   Demopoulos to contend with. And  "That's Namely,  and Eileen Alexander. WEI" you and I the pi^ople of -the com  munity. "Our Woes, Our Happiness, Our  -Needs ��'and ��ur Wants!" j  Somewhat' like a doctor, the' editor and  his staff, must feel the pulse of the community and diagnose its problem. And  to the best of their ability prescribe a  dose of printed matter that we the people will accept and digest.  I speak for myself and I'm sure many  others. We on the Sunshine Coast are  fortunate to have such an editor, such  a staff and such a paper. Our very own  Peninsula Times.  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  �� $ �� �� '  DON'T MESS IT UP!  .s\  r.  GIBSONS  BIRKTORY  7?7i  JHE YELLOW PAGES SECTION of your now tolophbno directory  Is closing NOWI Are your listings O.K?  maka sure they're corroot, Hero are tlio points to watch for: -  ACQ you ll-tocl undor till tho ho^cllpga you should bo undor?  Con your cuatomora find you oaally?  Aro your key omployooa and tholr positions In ordor?  Aro^nii ine'itrm'cryouToppQsent ilstod?���^~*,-!���^ ���"��� '  Hav/9 you double-chopped oil names, addroaao3 and numbers?  EXTRA YELLOW PAGE LISTINGS COST SO LITTLE -' MEAN SO MUCH.  CALL OUR BUSINESS OFFICE ABOUT YOUR EXTRA LISTINGS TODAYI  Kmrnf* 0 MmMm   \^J  Automation will never beat the waste-  basekt in speeding up office work.  ' 145 West 15th Street,  North Vancouver, B.C. Tel: 980-6571  BK^' *'  "~WOPttr  HIGHWAY 101 O GIBSONS  # PHONE 886-9221  mmm%%%am%WmWmm  Mmiwiwittiii^^  vUestern L^c^nada fs largest selection of lAJaiwoardand f/anelling  HEAD OFFICE:  P.O. BOX 218- SURREY.  B.C.  *  m  / a- *_ *tW  Poge C-2 -,"  t^^Xwtt-_.W  PENPER' HARBOUft  citi gJLJci  V, -_i,:'/  >     I   '  a"     *.      ;  Wednesday, Moy 15. 1974  "Full, Day of Fun tor Everyone  ��' Lions Pancake Breakfast  ot .the Community Hall, 8 a.m.  p, > * '  ��� Parade Lines Up at the Legion, 9:30 a.m  - *'l-   -i - . i  -   ���       . -  ��.Senior Dance (18' years and over) 9 p.m. to 2 o.m: Refreshments,  ' . Buffet Dinner, $3 single/ $5 couple; Music by "PENN ,KINGS"     |  i  I  3  I  I  SATURDAY, MAY 11:  9:00-12:00 noon, Fishing Derby," Gov't Wharf   -  1:00-2:00 p.m. Junior Soap Box Derby  2:00-3:00 p^m., Senior Soap Box Derby  TEEN DANCE, FRIDAY, MAY 17th, 8-12 p.m. |  (13 to 18 years) Refreshments & Prizes. |  Music by the "PEfNlN KINGS". |  -_  |  ALL PARADE ENTRIES WELCOME |  ... see "Happenings Around the Harbour" I  L*::j5->  V  J  IMC<TDIDTIAM    rtM    s��alro      clime    nn     nc  ELEANOR MORRIS, left, a charter  member, of Gibsons / Legion Ladies  Aux-lary,> reoeived Meritorious serv-  ice Pin from auxajary president Joan,  Quarry during social held in'her,,  honor May .12. Looking on in centre  ���i   is Sargeant-at-Arms Jean Brodie/ .  ^1   Jerome Julian  Vfi h^ bylRCMP  ^   . ^J       a 5,.- > 7*7  ���" .,.-���.; .-,    SECHELT���Sam Woods ol Sechelt was  .  # 1 treated,in St. Mary's Hospital' May 11  ' '   ' after his throat was cut in an early mor-  . ....  *    ning incident      ���      ' -       ���    .-  h_*_,._...-:--:_-      >As of, The .Times'  Sunday deadline,  r T axrinn award   M<*ritrtrin<; Sprvi<��p    Jerome Julian of Sechelt was being held  f",  sentiments towards Eleanor Morris   Medal. Holding up caJce are Ladies   �� P��*�� custody m connect-on with the  at social staged in her honor at Gib-   Auxiliary; members Jean Brodie, left   ���f'Sj^'SJ^ Wood8 m j^m  sons Legion hall   May, 12. During   and Heather Duncan,  social, she' was presented with high-  Receives Meritonous Service Award . . .  ���'     n      ��'  StTl  ���� t  --, -tv    ��  were travelling along Highway 101 in a  car occupied by three other Sechelt men'  and a girL      l ' , ,       ^  ���7. An "altercation" took place near Mis- '  sion Point Road at approximately-1:40 -  a.m.    , . ;  "Woods was injured in the neck ,with!  a sharp, bkded instnmient," police said.  He was later released from hospital with  stitches.  - - -> !<     '" v \v  Julian was slated to appear in provincial court May 13 in connection with the v  incident. *  GIBSONS���Mrs. Eleanor Morris received  the highest award given by the Royal  Canadian Legion to its Ladies' Auxiliary  /members May 12 when she waa presented  with the Meritorious Service Medal  The award was the culmination of over  40 years service to the Ladies Auxiliary  of Gibsons branch 109 and a lifetime's  ' setvice to the community,    i    '  ,  In a moving ceremony at Gibsons Legion hall, attended by over 50 legionairea  and auxiliary members, branch vice-president Harry Juby presented Mrs. Morris  with Meditorioul Service Medal.  Zone Commander Bill Hurrie from  Powell River handed her the scroll which  goes with the fyward and Ladies Auxiliary  president Joan Quarry decorated her with  the Meritorious Service Pin,  Mrs. Morris, who celebrated her 87th  birthday May ��, was a charter member Of  the local auxiliary in 1933. She holds a  life membership in the organization and  a 40 year pMvf?/ ,' . . ,  During the war, Mrs. Morris served  the community through! Red Cross and  ARP civil defence activities. '  Later, Bhe was to assist In the formation of Gibsons' first Brownie pack and  Girl Guide troop/ -  ' The Meritorious Service Award is given not only for service to the Legion, but  to, the communtiy, explained Mrs. Quarry.,  , Mrs. Morris still plays ax\ active yole  in the Anglican Church, even to the extent of washing the church linen.  She was on the church'? altar guild  for many years and sang in the choir.'  During her career, Mw. Morris haa  been a midwife, and nurse.  Ladles Auxiliary secretary Louise  Hume said that Mrs. Morris never strove  for office in any of the organizations to  which she belonged. '  "Sho was Just always there, working  tirelessly for tho community," she said.  ifHgf^  TRUCKS &  MOW also CARS  Dally, Weekly or Monthly  Rates 7V  SUNSHINE RENTALS  006-2940 V 885-2928  005-^151  ovonlno"  wsmMMtfimmmMmtmFmsm  IlLUSTRATiE.. .  am% ammmmamaa���} imaamw'   m���aam-     ���mm   jn wm^ vm       amm   mm    amm���a, ^F aaf ���aa  ADVERTISE ...  AND SELLS  wtmmmmmwmmiiMtimiiim  ... ^ f  2 and 4 Stroke.. *  70 ... . $637;  12S ... .$971  CR125 . ���. $13057  1250 .. $1276  Helmet and Glows With each Puwhaio  DAIWA,  MOOCHING RODS 7.10  -jrisliina ZJachie  ",...:($is8f5",--,1v;$is#.f5  TACKLE BOX / ..'  RAPAILA FISH KNIFE >:___, $445  CHARTER BOAT ONE $135  CHILD'S RODS  Yii?y Lux Anfi-,  Fouling Paint <  red jbtu�� or groan  $1#��9$ $I!��5#  ?-^M&^^    "      Cowri�� Streetf SECHELT - Phone 885-2512  au  m\ ���;lr' <  .V  i ������*;  ^  -.*-. v.,  .-ZTX-i  jalV 'I ____MJT_ '.      " i_ ���>4 * "\  -   Vs.' :-  ��� ~ .- *f *  Tmt ' U  y      ... -   a    if  }ll.t  "H"77v ���, ^7 ,*  '.r_ '  .   'I*   >_    v^-p     i>i��   ������', '  '' i \<  / ,     : U' .&*  miM3  HARRY JUBY, Vice-pres-dent of  Gibsons Legion branch 109, presents  Meritorious Serviee.Medal to Eleanor  Morris, centre,, in recognition of a  lifetime of community service. Looking on is Jean Brodie, sergeanit-ait-,  arms of the Ladies Auxiliary.  The Peninsula Times        - Page C-3  Wednesday, Moy 15y 1974  mi bus  -���\��l:'  SP^>se^^  SECHELT���A full house at Sechelt Elementary School auditorium were entertained by the Sunshine Choristers Saturday.  The concert was a benefit for the' mini  bus campaign.  The choir, under the direction of- Mrs.  Enid Godkin, and accompanied by Mrs.  Hazel Evans at the piano, sang such favor-  i ites as: One Alone, from the Desert Song;  Deep in< My Heart and Some Enchanted  Evening.  There were solos, duets and quartets  as well as full, chorus numbers. The middle section of the concert featured Scottish, ballet and tap dancing and a lively,  sailor's' hornpipe. There was also a guitar  duet- and an impressionist .    ���   '���    <  "The concert was truly, an evening ,to  remember," said transportation chairman  John Lewis, "and the next time this  group puts on a musical evening, don't  miss it. Our thanks go out to'Mrs. Alice  Horsman for arranging this' concern on  our'behalf," , 7     .  With three weeks to go, said Lewis,  the drive stands at $0,700. Goal of the  drive is $10,000.  Lewis expressed appreciation to the  Anaveta Club, Gambler Island for a 'generous donation'.  Daily?  Lv���-Pender Harbour    ���    .  Lv���-Seeded  Ar^-Vdnc. Hbr. & Nanaimo 8:30 a.m.  Lr-���Vane. Hbr. & Nanaimo 9:00 a.m.  Lv���Sechelt' 10:00 a.m.  Ai<���-*Pender Harbour        ' 10:15 a.m.  7:30 a.m.     11:30 a.m.  8:00 a.m.      12 noon  3:30 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  12:30 p.m.     4:30 p.m.  1:00 p.m.      5:00 p.m.  1:00 p.m.      5:30 p.m.  2.15 p.m.     5:45 p.m.  Friday ll_;Sunday Only:  Lv���Pender Harbour 6:00 p.m.  Lv���Sechelt 6:15 p.m.  Ar���Vane. Hbr. & Nanaimo 6:30 p.m.  Ly���-Vane. Hbr. ft Nanaimo ' 7:00 p.m.  Lv���Sechelt 7:30 p.m.  Ar���Pender Harbour. 7:45 p.m.    ,  Lv���-Nanaimo 7:00 p.m.  . , Lv���Sechelt 7:30 pirn.  Ar���Pender Harbour* 7:45 p.m.  *) Flag Stops: Buccaneer Bay, Vaucroft, Ruby Lake, Sakinaw Lake  The executive exists to make eensflble  exceptions to general rules.  BY RESERVATIONS ONLY ��� 2 HOURS ADVANCE BOOKING  For information call:  SECHELT: 885-2214   NANAIMO: 753-2041   VANCOUVER: 685-4922  JtmmW'mmmmnamamm)mmmwtaama^  J^SW^^SsV*^^  5-piece'Dinette Suites $9$��95  7-piece Dinette Suites���$S��fof5  i  ,9-piece Dining Hooiti Suite, *m@m  made by PrineeviMe/6 chain, tobfo ond h��tcji^_,-���, P?���,  l*bt  ���It  ,',,y      s i     U  93,  ,*  li  ��pp��gj  British Cblumbiaismotethari just yourProvince.  Ifeyourhome.  ����� *  **   " me  t   i  ^. *** ���M.in.iw ^pw^IP....^.. rtw .. 4. a.*..... .  A land where waves pound down  ^or)Jongbe&^  A land of deep green forests filicd with ifish  and game. And silence.  _   A land of mountains that disappear  Into the sea.  |   A land of clean cities and clear air.  A land of valleys full of friendly faces  and warm Handshakes. A land where  fresh fruit ripens In wann summer sun.'  A land of highways ,  and backroads that beckon.  A land where history still lives wllh '  today's way of life,  (K land that offers to those fortunate enough  to live here, the qualities of life that  tourists travel miles lo experience.  "In a world thal's bcingcivillzcd out of It's"  senses, come back to yours this summer.  Take the lime lo look around you.  At a land to love. To be part of,  ,,Tobo proud ofv...,-,..��.��  J .jyourland,., British Columbia,  m  0 Sylvcinici G>ier TV's  $529.9.5 and up  �� Stereo Sound Equipment  $169.95 and up  O Occasional Rockei> and  Ottomans $1.69.95 and up  �� Chesterfields  3 Restonic Mattresses  \      Pull lfo��,     '  and  up  McClary frost-free Fridges  Ranges, Washers & Dry&rs  Ml Una ��� Whlto only.  O 5rft. Hyda  See it this Summet  For more travel Informntlon, visit nny British .ColumblA Informntlon Centre, or write;  British Columbln Pcporlmcnt ol Trnvel Indviotry, 1019 VVImil Street, Victoria, B,C.  '*,v> ��� '3.  0 Hoover Floor Products  Fuflllne.  G Bedroom, Suites :  $199.00 and up  # Glass China Cabinets  , $79.95   .       ,  .^-'  n^i  awmWJ"  $299.00  up  # Vanity Stools ���.fe*2^ f .9  .#��PatJo��$t^  O Bar Stools & ilkcessories  $14.00 aind $27.00  O Hoover Spin Dry .  Fdshers & Dryers  ,1.7"  HIGHWAY 101, SECHELT, 806-2068  HmwammmmnmafimmmmamammmmmmaarmnaMnwmm^  mm'     "~    i- Til  ir -ii"in*^|ir-   ir ~���������    i -fml���r - "ir*i li m nul ~v   "*_     ~"i - --jj- - ���i' J-j"--m j1ii *n-*n ���nn-  in in'im nm i   ii-nflit iir    _f ril*i ii'iiiiIh TTir*- *r        ��j* -,-  ',      '  <  t-   *<<_-  i-  \,  j\i  .77<MnBRk__. ,,~7'R��___i2R^a, ** ''*_im_afc!>"T isBss*a 5<ibsssr�� ^tMRstaga   tes^    v iwwyfiaBggi  :&  r  '"; �����'  Ji  ���   <<���   ���p"(��t,1  mmmJCZlMtClCll  f  12 NOON - Fishing Derby  (Sechelt Inlet) Weigh-ins at Tyee  ._ Airways and Tillicum Bay Marina  f  3:00 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies  at Hackett Park  3:00 p.m. - Salmon Bake  at Hackett Park  ���%  ��� t "  3:00 p*m. - Refreshment1 Garden  Open  3:15 p.m. - Highland Dancers  at Hackett Park  5:00 p.m. - Tug of War  9:00 p.m. - Dance  at New  Sechelt Legion  mmmjundm  law 19  12 NOON - Parade Marshalling  (Residential School Grounds)  i < * a , -P- .  1:00.7p.m.  -  Fly  PaSt   ty Tyee Airways  1:00 p.m. - Parade moves off  2:00 p.m. - Crowning of  May Queen  at Hackett Park  2:30 p.m. - Elphinstone Band-  Concert   a* Hackett Park  j  3:00 p.m. - Highland7Dancers  at Hackett Park  ,3:45 p.m. - War of Hoses  at Trail Bay Mall  7*0 pi. - Mi, mr, W |  i DanCe   at Old Legion Hall  t  8:00 p.m. - Senior Dance  at New' Legion Hall  -*/>  ^  8:30 a.m. - Pancake Breakfast  at Hackett Park  10:00 a.m. - Junior Sports -  at Hackett. Park  10:00 a.m. - Horseshoe Pitching  - __ at Hackett Park  12 NOOi  12 NOOI  - Loggers' Sports     / >  at Hackett Park .   .  i  m Refreshment Garden  Open N  12 NpON   - Fishing Derby Ends  BlWMW8SWm^8_^M��W^f8W  O Stodman Doalor  �� Macloods Hardware  O Goddard''s Fashion Center  �� Sechelt Office Services  O Kruse Drug Store  O village Restaurant  O Sechelt Red & White  ���,��� Wigard Shoe Store  }�� S^M.T. Coach lines  �� F. L. English, Accounting  �� Sechelt Taxi  �� Dial-Mar Answering Services  O standard Motors of Sechelt  �� Canadian Propane Gas 8k Oil Ltd.  �� Sunshine Rentals - Auto Division  �� Peninsula Drive-Inn '  �� Homo Oil Distributors  ������ Sechelt Beauty Salon  �� Sunshine Coast TV Sales &   Service    : - -  ��� Frode Jorgensen - Barber  J^m^Copplng'nJCurmtownjSalosM^'m^m.  :��� S. Sinclair - Carpet Cleaning  '������ Sechelt Western Drugs  ��  Socholt Shell Servico  ��H, B.Gordon Agencies  ��  Tho Toggery  �� C. ft .S,. Sales - Hardware  '�� Ann-Lynn Flowers  O Socholt Family Mart Ltd.  �� peninsula Bullying Maintenance  �� Coast Cable Vision  ��� ��� Sechelt Homo Sorvlco  '�� Specialty Machine Works  O L, &H. Swanson Ltd,  ������������ Peninsula Motor Products (V  O  Roy and Wagonaar  9"''"BortrsSulporotteWDellcWoW  ��� Shop Easy  , ���  Yarn Bam 7  ; '   ��� Socholt Jewellers  ��  Sunshine -Coast- Credit Union  O Magic Mushroom    '    .  O Sechelt Chain Saw Center  O  Geo Flay Barber Shop  ��  Undo Micks  �� Sechelt Garden Center  ��  Coxy Court Motol  ��  May's Sewing Center  e  Sew Easy Sechelt  .'���  Pete Hemstreet Trucking  ���'��� W. McKlbbln Accounting  ��  Medical Clinic  O  Compliments of a Friend  O  Superior Wold I tig  �� f rdiijfir Jorgensen Contracting Ltd.  ��  Gulf Oil  .���  Morgan's Men's Wear  �� Parker's Hardware  ��  Sunshine Auto  O Socholt , Building Supplies  ��  Weldwood of Canada   �� Bank of Montreal  ��� Trail flay Sports Unlimited  ��� UoKal lloiilf  ��  Tyoo Airways  �� Sunshine Disposal Servlcos Ltd,  �� JK���� Tackle and Charters  �� Socholt Cleaners ���   ��� ������  ��  PA Coffee Shop  "''��m''MIss^Boo'��"'<Cards" St"'Gifts""" "   ��  Standard OH <  '���' Socholt Shoe Renew  �� J. & C. Electronics  >-��� Suncoast. Estates . -   �� Sechelt Animal Clinic  O Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd,  O stockwell & Son  O Barry Pearson Contracting  Ron's Contracting  ��  Continental Coiffures  �� Bonner Furniture  �� Secholt Machine Shop  7f;'a;  ������A*? ���:  ���" 7'X  .^\n7'  '   i  i  i  nssoe  sessa  _PPJ8^  SBM8S8Warfj8^fa^piAg  mmjmmasfr  m��ZM  , p  7 J


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