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 &  ?jj<  r*t-  1  '  y  JmJ.  "11"  vi >\  PENDEB HARBOUR, B.C.     ,  our; I  r  BOATS - CAMPING FACILITIES - CAFE  i *'-.'*      i   ' ' .    p. \  MARINA 883-2757 ' ���   CAFE 883-2206  " 2nd Clots.Mali  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), Including Port Mellon/Hopkins I^Wifiw/G^  >_ Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt; Holfmoon Boy, Secret Cove; Pender Hrb^ Madeira Parlt,- Gofrdfo'ftoy^ Irvine's Londing/ Egrl Cgve,', Egmont'  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE iOUTtiEkU SUNSHINE COAST.  ! ; i Vol. 11;'No.'29    Onion  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  A;^*^ __������'������ ��� ��� - ���:" ��� 5s  ���*:  ,.V ** /�� ;iA '\>*V_  ���  -.    ���'  It   ��� -a..*!, '*    I.**   a��"  ��� _ .��+-   .  �����:  ������*  ���*.:/".  K.  ��'  ���_'    ��.������"'  *\  .* v>  WEDNESDAY; JUNE 12,. 1974  / ' _/   j  s ���* _,  Village will be reimbursed  $Ec.w Disiiuras  ���-IT'  -    '   f*% Drapes' >"'/   <  * J��nn-A5ir ^amig��c  v    1 _>66^Bl^k;, Wharf RoQcJ  P.O.Box^ 093, SECmEllT/ B.C.  PHOiyE 886,2922  �����������������>������� *t ;v ���������^���*'"��  ;'?  ��� "1  ��� tf'  Iff t  ...      mf   ' '���  ���t . -  c:  ** J-"1  ..������^���^  *  s:1  v��  f ^  m  1,   .- _ V  ���        ��� al  r. ,^ A ,JbIF7  30  ^Sii  -  ^--.; *���;   * '^ ^,.'j^   y.^BLPHINSTONE Secondary School's stu-  r * ���. -^  I ,' -'"' ' dent driver ttraining program will be  'W.'"'. I 77*available -to students .this fall, according  '.:���'* 7 ^ to principal'Don iMbntgomery.    , ���  ��� ���^.VTV'-t. ' '     ��ost of ithe course,  around $40 per  . Wsj ' .fstudent, will Ibe refunded by ,the Insur-  h -   "���>���%.    c,   a��*e Corporation of B.C. when .the young  ������*7"��-*i ',; drivers  purchase their   - first  insurance  ���������"'. 1   '���' coverage, he noted.  1  I ,      Teacher David Nowoselski will take a  !"   *   "1 driver straining instruction    course ithds  7 'swmner, quali^ing ^iim'to give students  t      the 40 hours of classroom instruction re-  v quired' under the course."  Montgomery said he was investigating  . ithe possibility of' hiring a private driving  instruction-company to provide  .the  , course's 10 hours of in-car training.  The course was made possible by a  sizeable donation from    Gibsons lions  ' Club. The money will be used to provide a specially equipped training car.  ��  jr 7  To slow motorists  HOLDING HER winning entry in  Sechelt iCJhaiwbei' of Commerce symbol contest is Jan Block of Gibsons.  Her design was chosen from 17  entries.  Jan Block is Sechelt  G of C symbol winner  SEClMLT~W&neroilHer "stgWs <ttf slow dowh7rt^ot<)rists'-in,  SBOHHLT���Sunshine Coast Loons Club's  ,' annual free swimming classes will be  held again this year starting with registration June 27 and June 28, said Lew  Baldtwin, chairman.  "-7 'Instructor for the course is Susanne  Bvanetz and .assistant is Pam Benner. Mrs.  Bvanetz was instructor for the course two  > years 'ago.  .   Beigistration will take place at the following'places and dates:  - . 'June 27���Wilson Creek Hall, 10 am.  ���to" 3 p.m.    ,  ' June 28���Trail Bay Centre, 9:30 to  noon; HaH&noon Bay -post office, 1 to  -3:30 pjn. ' ,   ���  Legation of classes .are: Selma Park  , ^breakwater all ages; Redrooffs, all ages;  - Porpoise Bay campground bobbers to beginners. -  Locations and times of classes will be  'decided according to registration. Sched-  ;'ules'wdll be .posted at convenient loca-  >., tions and will lie carried in The Times.  ? Por further information-call 885-94(40.  GIBSONS���The department of highways'  has agreed-to all the terms laid dtiwn  'by- village council in return for*a right-  ��� of-way .through Gibsons' watershed' for  the proposed new Sunshine Coast Highway.    .  Aid. Kurt Hoehne told council June 11  that he recently attended a meeting with  the department in Victoria and had received assurances that the village would  be reimbursed for any land dedicated for  highway use.  (        "        '  The department also agreed to construct a new water intake at Enge Creek  and lay a new .pipeline under the new  highway, he said. And drainage around  the highway would be designed' to- .take  run-off away from the watershed.  Hoehne reported' that, the ^department  still intended to link the village to the  proposed highway by a grid network of  existing' roads.  At council's previous meeting, the Area  �� advisory .planning commission expressed concern because the department had'  requested permission from some local  residents to survey their property.  The commission felt this survey .was  ways surveyed property' around Highways  so a topographical map showing contours  and grades could be prepared.   -  "I told the highways department that  we have, not changed our,minds about  Park Road being the main entrance' to  the village from the highway," he said  ."They were delighted.  "They assured us that they are still  going by the 1972 plan_t for a grid network."  . In other business, Hoehne noted that  Gibsons Winter Olub would soon advertise for tenders, to clear the proposed  curling rink site near Parle Road.   Y  He said the club intended to clear half  the site first, allowing;a start to; be made  on construction of the rink.    .  He suggested that a member of council should be permanently attached to  the club as an observer so council could  be kept fully informed of the dub's activities.   v -  ' "Aldermen supported this recommendation. _  ,   Under'council's lease agreement with  the Winter Club for the rink site, which  for a new access road from Gibsons to tfhe,   is owned by the village,' net profit from  highway. . ^     ' , the sale of timber will go towards con-  But Hoehne said the department'. al-_   struction'of a sewer extension to the rink.  Parents teachers "concerned  \��  .aid essentia,  GIBSON'S���A group of, Dogwood Road   -to. five feet, extending oui.to7the road,(* -\  _ri residents .has pressed couridTto erect    he, said, ���'tti^ng'the7b^a7eo^lete|J' *-  ber bf .Conamejrce ' symbol, contest is  Jan Block of Gibsons.  Her design, which will be used on  chamber letterheads and other printed  matter, was chosen from 17 entries. It  wins her.$50.  Jan studied art for two years at Lewis  and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.  (She came to Gibsons just over a  year ago with her husband Cyrus, who  is cameraman for the Beachcombers television series.  The couple liked the area so much,  they now stay here year I round, instead  of returning to Vancouver when filming  is over for the season.  Jean's dassign features the most noted  attractions of the coast area���water,  trees and the sun.  The chamber will make its presenta-  >tion to Mrs. Block at its annual dinner  slated for the Parthenon Theatre Restaurant, j^echelt, June 26.  Newly elected .president Ifrode7k>rgen-  sen will be installed at- the dlriner.  Tickets are available for \\ig dinner  said Les English, chairman pt the event.  : Tickets are $4.60 each and are available  at Jorgensen's barber .shop, Morgan's  Men's Wear, Peninsula Times or Les English 885-2118 days and 886-0474 evenings.  their area because of the large number  of pre-school children living on the road.  Dogwood Road is usually a very quiet  area, having very little traffic," said petition organizer Ed Kelly. "And because  of this, the children tend to use the  street and front yards as play areas."  He noted that the average age of children living on his block was three years.  '^Because of this, we ask for signs to  be posted at the end of the Mock at the  jundtion of Dogwood and Glassford Roads  and Cochrane and Dogwood' Roads saying  ^Caution, children playing* or *Slow to  15 mph' or whatever you feel will suit  the situation."  Kelly and 14 other petition signatories  also urged coundl to remove overgrown  brush fronting its 15 foot lot on the road.  ". .. The bush reaches a height of four  blind toHSr 'drivSr^tiffriiftS' iAt0> 'Dogwood'^.*  from Cochrane. Already there has been <  a child's bike crushed <���> at that corner  because of the bmfo." ,7  Municipal clerk Jack Copland reported  that the brush had since been cleared.  The quesltion of installing warning  signs on Dogwood Road was referred to  Aid. Ted Hume's roads committee,  Ooundil's finance committee was in-  gtrdoted to consider a request from Gibsons Legion branch 109 for a grant in aid  of property taxes.  Branch president Stan Verhulst noted:  "Gibsons branch of the Royal Canadian  Legion contributes heavily to many community projects and needs in Gibsons  and also to the local high sohool bursary  fund, band support and other general  community welfare work of which you  must be aware."  "><  :!'*&  SEC3HEH/T���-Winner   of   Sunday's   boat  draw in the Sechelt ��� and District's  second annual fishing derby was A'.  Tremblay of Vancouver. '   ,  Catching the largest salmon at 21  pounds was J. MacQuarrie., He won  tackle and tackle box.  John O. Alvarez' nine pounder was  good for second place and a prize of a  tackle box.  Lorrett Lucas came third' with a four  pounder and won a primus stove,  Mary Lee Wood won a dinner for  two for the smallest fish���a' shiner.  Full details will be announced next  week.  PW��<Mt��>��OI��tMMMIIII>Mt��IIIMI��IMH��llllinilllllllll��IHIIIIII��llll��ll��IIIIIMIIIIMIHII��l��lllini��IMIIIUI>��llllll��IIIIIMIIIIMIIIUM������tll��IM��MII����IM��l��lllllllP  by DICK  PROCTOR  GIBSONS���'Village council will host  a  , luncheon for dignitaries attending' this  year's Sea Cavalcade opening cerenrwmiea,  In a letter requesting council's support of tho event, festival   coordinator  Diane Quigg said that tho following dlgnl-a  _,twJ.ci}jywWJ'^  Mayor Harold Nelson of Sechelt; May. ,  or Frank Ncy of, Nanaimo; Don, lUxAd-  stead, MLA and Lt, Cmdr.S. Park of tho  Canadian armed forces, '  ABE you registered to vote? .Are you  sure? Did you check the voters' Mst?  7,If you have checked} the voters' list  and you findTthat, you are noi listed,  today7 is. ithe last chance you, have to  get on the voters' list. 7  , If your name Is on the list; you are  assured of a vote. M it isn't, you better  get dn touch With the returning officer  In your area, The telephone information  operator will' help you obtain the number  of your returning c-Mlcer.  But do it todayl  Crime  does pay���for honest people  anyway. A few months ago Shirley Ap-'  aourla was shopping, at one of the mar.  kets in, Sechelt and while she was in-  slide her/car was ransacked. She cheeked  it to see if anything was missing' when,  she found V beautiful matched diamond  ringi It wasn't hers so she took it to t)he  police station to report, She waited .ithe  mandatory three months and the, police  turned the r|ng back over to her to Jccep.  It is valued at $8501  ��� ���      ���      ��� ���  I see whero highways minister Graham  Low has approved 24-hour ferry siervice  for Francois Lake, Where'a that? you a��k,  Burns Lake is its nearest metropolis. And,  it's a free, ferry service, Reason given  by the minister is "because of recent  growth" Including a new logging opera-  ���seo pago A-2  A HALFMOON Bay resident feels the  recent abolition of corporal - punishment in schools is causing a breakdown  of discipline among students.  ' Dorothy Greene told the school board  June 13, that many of the students, themselves, favored a return of the strap to  control unruly pupils.  She said she knew a 14-year-old girl  at Pender Harbour Secondary School who  complained of four students disrupting a  , class of.,40.7\       p~   ���-        ,, ���'  ^^J^anx.^t^de.W,7L'pye, feeiraJjppt ..back;.  by  hooligans 'disruptive    elements   and'  1 non-learners," 'she told trustees. "There  are children who only understand the  strap."  Mrs. Greene felt that pupils only  respected teachers who enforced discipline in the classroom.  Chairman Agnes Labonte said " itihat  many people agreed with Mrs. Greene's  comments, "but we're without (the strap)  at this moment. It's forbidden."  She explained that the decision to  abolish corporal punishment had been  mad'e by the department of education.  "We have no say dn it," she added.  Mrs. Greene reported that some parents  and teachers in her area were "very dis-  ��� tressed" over the apparent lack of discipline in the schools.  "I wonder what is wrong with the  system so this can occur to such an extent?" she added.  Superintendent Roland   Hanna   suggested 'that Mrs. Greene should make her ,  views known to the department of education.    ��� '  Mrs. Greene also pressed trustees to  provide an expanded adult education program on the cfoast, particularly In the  Sechelt area.  She felt that many Sechelt residents  were unwilling to drive to Gibsons for  existing adult education courses: And she  urged the board to provide more academic  courses, such as advanced languages.    .  Hanna said the district had not had  much success with academic courses.  "People seem to prefer recreation programs!"  He said the distripct was eager to receive suggestions on . possible additions  to the adult education program.  ^SitHilda'& belli- fower^ ���'--*���  dedication set June 23  SECHELT���The  new bell tower at St.  Hilda's Anglican Church will be dedicated June  23 at a spedal celebration  service.  The tower, whioh was erected May 18,  was designed by Harry Jenkins and built  ,by shop students at Pender Harbour Secondary School under the direction of  Bruno Dormbrowski.  Housed in the tower is a bell donated  by Mrs. E. T. Rogers of Vancouver in  memory of her husband, Ernest, who was  di owned in 1939 in Lake Cowichan while  swimming to the rescue-of his daughter.  Originally, the bell hung In the chapel  of St. Mary's IjLospttal at Garden Bay when  the building was an Anglican mission outpost.  Mrs. Rogers and members of her family are expected toftattend,the dedication  " ceremony,!"*.'"'"' v..,,.,,,,,,,.,.,���,.,,. ,...  Following the, service, the annual parish breakfast will be i held in the parish  hall. The DombrowsW ^nd John Robin-  spn families will prepare the meal.  75 completion data seen  ^^/i^^;\*��^T  <<*  "_*���*��� *m   ,���.*  ���^NSfce.'piwfc   .  *,B'     I V   >   1   I  " '. 5^.<_!_____*'-~*ii l j  t ��w_Sttf^ S~- **���*! ft"0", ^w ��- *** W^^^wV-]  - '^w^^^4BgSffi��fefS ft_3_5�� **_**,��'���  -"���S.   ��8P-*' -* " ���-7^j3_��'5_. --��� "������<���<  r$m*<^- H&v. ^��_.i..is.. _*..��_*,;.r., iVs>!,  !l ','^a. ' ' I"   __       . '> ll"' I   ���  1)MM��IMI|MMMIMI IIMIIIIIMMIIIM IIIUIalllllMH  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  Juno 19 to Juno 25/ 19/4  at Point Atklnton  ���- Hot to be, iiMd for navigation -���  19  0403  13.3  22  0197  9.3  W.  1142  ���.6  So.  0640  12.0  t  0720  13.6  0157  0930  ���.6  14.5  20  0012  10.0  23  0262  0,5  Th.  0455  13.3  Su,  0740  12.1  1227���1.0  0242  .5  ^   0035  14,1  1000  14,6  XI  0107  9.7  24  0362  7,6  Pr.  0S50  13.2  M,  0045  11.3  0112  ���1.0  0327  1.9  0035  14,3  1040  14,5  it  25  Tu.  0507  1000  0417  1115  6.9  10,3   3,3  14,3  MVRCURY OUTBOARD  sales a ssavics  MERCURYLAND  3ECHKI.T 005-9626  r'.tMMtMIMiaiMIUIIMMtllMMIIIIIIIIIMIOMIIIIMIIIatiaillMU  TOT. SCHOOL bonrd hosi "high hopes" of  completing ,thc rebuilding of Elphln-  Btone Socondary School by Septcmiber  ; J97B, although the sole construction firtn  to suilimlt a tender fl.Mll has, not lowered  lia bid to an acceptable figure, butldlng  committee chairman Peter Prescesky told  The Times, '  When tenders closed May 10. only ono  firm submitted a bid, and ito estimate, was  "very bigh," ProRcosky rejxirted to a May  meeting of trustees,  Since   then, the, district's archlteoto  have been working with the contractor to  out tho cost of tho project without Impair-  Ing.thrqualJityof thonow school;^^^^  :'*  !'M nogotlat/lons get to tho point whero  the tender Is low enough to pubmlt to <be  department of education, then It will bo  done,'.' said Proecooky.  Ho prcdiletcd that Initial excavation  work could >ttart on Boon M July, along  with other work "that can proceed utrtke  or no fltriko,  "Wo still have high hopes of getting  tho school open by September 3075."  Ho Sttld that negotiatlona, between tbo  architect and contractor wore at "a very  delicate point, I'm ,,not oure how much  can Iwj mad�� public!"       '  At the board's April 11 meeting, Prea*  cesky predicted that reconstruction of the  uchool would start by May 23,  If the contracting firm lowers its Wd  to an acceptable *lgure, tho tender tlien  wlU bo forwarded to tlio department of  education for approval,  Reporting the results of A ourvcy ho  had been commissioned to conduct, trua-  teo Terry Booth said the moat favorable  Bite for. a now Junior secondary school  in the Secholt area was on lfl acres of  crown land abuttihg the Ice arena at Sunshine Heights.  ."There is power there    nnd water  there," ho told the board,  '-*���:- Trustees aigrced - to ; inspect the suggested fllte July 2.      ,  The Weather  7v_'\V  '���''-'.>:'S\ <\ r ''.��� >^Xii  4 i  ���*    ���w....i >/-.     .<"',-B*'^_��%J'i  -  Hlgli  Low Free.  Juno fl ���_. 03  42  00  June 0   03  40  00  June 10 07  81  00  Juno 11 07  51  00  June 12 68  ,52  00  June 13'....'. -... 73  54  00  Juno 14 ..... 73  04  00  ARCHITECT'S MODEL of proposed   13 jneotlng, Plans liovo bdon ap-   complpx for price board'nnd depart-  now Rlphlnstom) Secondary   School   proved l>y dopnrtmont of education,   mont'qro prepared to pay.  was displayed at school boards June   mil no-ono peom.i prepared to Jmlld    ^ R T Page A-2
j A-2 The Peninsula Times  &0MaUfmf/Jf/J/I/fJlJ^^^
W..Wr, J-,. 1», 1974      '  | y^ ^ Mwm^„ent |
Fund-raiaiig lawn lea I    a/a^Rjiw ''______■-«»,.« ■«! H<ue>mM    I
heidbyA.C.W.
JUNE 12 was a bsautiful day, warm and
7 •   bright.-The setting, too, was beautiful
at ■ the, home  of  Mr.   and Mrs.  C.  G.
- Lucken facing .oa Davis Bay. ''"
The' occasion was a lawn party and
' ttea given by the Anglican Church Wdmen
'-'of St'. Hilda's church, Sechelt. The tea
- tables  were    set  on  the   immaculately
i'groomsd lawn in such a wdy as to 'give
.'a marvellous vista, across-the waters'of
- Davis Bay. The colors of the flowers vied
.with,the colors of summer dresses in
adding  to the  effect of the arches  of
- roses newly coming into bloom. Backed
by the green of the surrounding trees it-
was truly a colorful .scene.
'    In welcoming the many guests, Mrs.
Doreen Jenkins  explained that ,the tea
was being' held to help in raising funds
/ for the latest project the ACW had undertaken. This is the backing of the enlarging
„ of the church vestry a project which the
^church committee hopes can be brought
to fulfillment before the end of the summer.
Mrs. Violet Knight was general convenor, with Mrs. Kay Domibroski attending to the general catering. Mrs. Florrie
Clayton and Mrs. Batchelor poured at
the head table.
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Resident-Managers Coho Marinas Ltd.
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MERCURY PARTS & SERVICE
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MORE ABOUT . . . 7 '   .     . v     :
© Sunshine Coastings
—from Page A-l
tion.
The ferry russ-16 hours-a day,,anyway and it's free.
Mr. Lea is net-in charge of the Sunshine    Coast ..ferEtt  service—that's  Bob
Strachan's.d^aT^nit^but , why' can't1,
we get similar ^rw^e?.    ,      ,■-_-,'
When beach||&rties have a beer bust
the least theykeouid" do is to clean up
their beer bottles and not smash them.
Keith Sundquisi, who lives near Mission Point; said he and his kids picked
up at least a'bucket of broken-beer bot-   -
ties  and  a  couple  of dozen- unbroken '
bottles. "' ;   '■;" •
Lots of youngsters play'.in that "area
and one of these tames one of them will
get badly cut on some of those, carelessly
tossed-out' bottles. So if you're having a
beach.party, ©lean .gp^Qur^iiK^s after.
Sechelt Indian-' band- youngsters were
the hit of Expo '74 in Spokane where they
received two standing ovations. They appeared four times, at, the Spokane Coliseum. l ' ' 7 t
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Recently we asked Why don't they
have telephone seijyice,' aboard the Sunshine Coast ferries and Graeme Stuart
of the B.C.' Tel's public relations depart-
menlt explains:—
"A lack of demand seems to be the
reason the service Ms not available. The '
fact that ,the duration of the ruiv from
Horseshoe Bay to Langdale is less' than
one hour and coin telephones are located
at both terminals minimizes the need for
telephones on the ferries.
"However, we recognize there, are occasions whencBasqengers want to call
friends tp tell them which ferry they'll ,
be arriving on, which sometimes cannot
be determined Vn-til the boat leaves the
■ ■ dock,       '  7 7. 7 77.;   ' 7'7 -'77 \"; .7. ,■.'
"A B.C. TCPye^reseiitative will contact
the ,B.C. 4 Ferry sAuthority regarding, the
provision/of c.fyty'.Jplephone service on the
route with a view to determine the re-
.qulirementforHBuoh a service,"   ';,.
'Thanks, Graeme, See, It pays tp Inquire about thesV"tbln^'< :• 77   ;7 7   7
And, to our clockwatcher, Davo Austin
of the.Bonlc yl Montreal/ said that the
bank's', cloiik ^l.Vpbo corrected so ns to
bo, in paqe wl'tl^ 'the rest of the world.
■■'- 7"!"7^!,p ,.■•'■'; •■■■'
Don't forget Gibsons Wildlife Club's
annual; auctlohi'-'lori Saturday, Juno 22
starting at 1 p,m. • • -' ■ ■
According to. the chairmen: "Wo will
be auctioning!-pyecyithlng under the sun.
Do you need an Incinerator? or a 457
gallon drum? Wehnvc,many interesting
items. You tifflOTCw' the Items' oh' JTrl-
'■ ''day.",  •• ,  ,,. , .■  ,  • ...7.,7 . ,*,,.
p        ,, • •   i       •'.','.■'■.,        Ll
A family mqti in ono who has replaced
..».! tho curroncy in hia wallet with snhpshata.
As  promised,   tho  long awaited  for
ref ills for your magnetic, photo  al-
bums\havo just arrived. .Mlsa Boa's, Socholt,   •'•■■•■ •• •■■'■■
Gibsons youth wins
degree at U of T
MRS. J. W. Eisher of the Sunshine Coast
Trailer,   Gibsons,   recently   returned
from a' week-long visit to • Ottawa and
, Toronto.
Mrs. Fisher attended .the graduation
of .her spn,aDouglas Wakefield, from the
University of Toronto. He earned a bachelor of applied science degree in electrical engineering.
Douglas was simultaneously commissioned a lieutenant in the Canadian Armed Forces and will be stationed-in Ottawa.
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CHECKING THE voters' list as the
responsibility of every Canadian qualified to cast a ballot in the July 8
general election. If your name is not
on the preliminary posted list, get
in touch with the, returning officer
for the electoral district in which you
live. You have until June 19 (Wednesday) to, get on the list.
ATTENTION
Adoptive Parents
If you are opposed to tha concept of a reunion registry now being considered by the
B C. Family Law Commission which would
facilitate adopted children meeting their
natural parents,    -
ACT NOW!
Write for full information to:
Organization To Save
The Adoptive Family*
BOX 1660, VICTORIA, B.C.
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Sunshine Coast Regional District
\ Application forms for registration as an Elector in the Sunshine
Coast Regional District have now been distributed, two to each household in Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E and F via the mail in the Rural
Route Delivery.
In addition, the following distribution centres will be available at
the times and locations stated, to issue further application' forms as
requested to those persons not provided for in the household mail
delivery:
Electoral Area
A
A
A
77 B
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D '■ ■■
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F
Distribution Centre
Egmont Elementary School
Pender Harbour Motel, Garden Bay
Pender Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park
Halfmoon Bay Elementary School
West Sechelt Elementary School
Davis Bay Elementary School   V„
Roberts CreelV Elementary School
Roberts Creek Sub-Post Office
Elphinstone Secondary School       7
Legion Hall, Gibsons , -v
Lahgdale Elementary School
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Proposed Operating Timetable: ''
.THURSDAY, June 20 and 27—4 p.m. to 8p.m.
FRIDAY, June 21 and 28 — 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
SATURDAY, June 22 and 29 — 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
ELIGIBILITY: You are an ELIGIBLE ELECTOR If you, or any member
of your fqmlly, or household residing at your present address are:     ,  .,,
(1) Nineteen years of age, or more; (see footnote*)   7
(2) A Canadian Citizen or British Subject; ,
(3) A Resident of Canada for the past twelve months, and Resident
Br|t|sh Columbia for the past six moriths Immediately preceding I
the date of Application,for Registration as ah Elector.
on or prior to, Saturday,.November 16, 1974 and Is otherwise qualified, will be entitled to bo registered as an Elector using Form 1 (Spe-
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N.B.: No Eligible Elector can bo placed on tho List of Electors after, the Court
of Revision held on October 1st In oach year.
Application forms can also bo obtained at all local banks In Gibsons,
Secholt and Pondor Harbour and when completed, can either bo handed
In at any ono of tho Distribution Corvtros as aforesaid, or mailed direct to:
Tho Registrar of Voters
Sunshine Coast Regional District ,
Post Off Ice Box 800
1      Sechelt, B.C
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MUST register.
Any enquiries should bo directed to 885-2838, Monday to Friday during tho hours of 8:30 to 4:30 p.m,
Juno 10, 1974,   ,
E, WILLMOTT
Socretary-Trcasurer
Dr. Greenaway ia a native of this riding having been bom In Bella Coola. He
was educated in B.C., then attended Ontario Veterinary College where he won
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After 10 years as head of Kamloops vet clinic, serving some of North America's largest cattle ranches, he returned to University as director of largo animal clinic at the new veterinary college in Saskatoon.
He now owns and operates Soda Creek Cattle Ranch near Williams Lako.
Dr. Greenaway and his wife. Phyllis, have four children.
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1  t k-  ntepedt to   vt/omen  Edited by Joan Proctor - 886-2073  W  Community workers  Bob and Marion Alsager  honored at anniversary  tf'".'^ ,��.**"  !_K:-H*f  J.1'   **V_T���      ,  *mr  i      i"  ^IBSONB���Saturday, June 8, was the sil-  "ver wedding anniversary of a well-  |jawn local couple, Bob and Marion AIL ,  :e.-.  ^Theywere surprise guests of honor at  '^^celebration recognizing their 25 years of  araievement.  ���  7*jt was the culmination of weeks of  7segret planning by a work force headed  .. ibj&Mrs. Moira Clements, Mrs. Bea Skellett,  ' Mrs. Eleanor" and  Mrs. Doreen Crosby,  and many friends and relatives. The surprise', -was  a  major accomplishment,  as  Marion is known to "her many friends as  one of the busiest ladies on the Sunshine  Coast. 7  The'.'hall was artfully decorated' with  multi-colored streamers offset with huge  silver' numbers 25. Giant posters adorned  the "wails'' which proclaimed in bright  colors' -JTIappy Anniversary Bob and  Marion." Behind a heavily laden table set  with a beautiful two-tier cake decorated  in White Pink and Silver, was two giant  posters done in caricature likeness of her  parents by daughter Ginny Alsager.  Upon their arrival the couple walked  a red carpet to the table where they then  -popped a bottle of champagne. A toast to  the couple was made by Ken Crosby,  who then seated Marion and Bob beside a  silver Christmas tree adorned with many  solver gifts of various size, then Gdnny,  Karen and Andrew proposed a toast to  their parents.  - Mayor and Mrs. L. Labonte. stood' beside the couple as long-time friends, then  ���Mrs. Laibohte, before presenting the 'gifts,  gave.a heartwarming speech.  The out-of-town guest list included"  Mr.-and Mrs. Peter Corikdn of Tsawassen;  Mr. and Mrs. R. Holden Vancouver, Miss  Ann Tritt Vancouver, Mrs. Sharon Kelly  (Davis)' Vancouver, Mrs. Ruth McMillan,  Burnalby, and. Pat and Chris McDonald of  Victoria.     J  Pender unit seeking  Gift Shop volunteers  PENDER  HAiHBOUIl���Pender  Harbour  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital is  badly in need of volunteers to work in  the Gift Shop, Mrs. Sheila McCann told  the auxiliary, meeting for the last time  this summer. Mrs. McCann said she would  appreciate some help from memJbers. AH  that is required, she said, is a couple of  hours a month. Anyone wishing to help  may contact Mrs. McCann at 883-9913.  With 18 members at the meeting, vice-  president Jean Patterson was in the chair  for president, Mrs. Evelyn Olson, who  was attending a meeting in Vancouver.  There will be a ticket sale drive July  27 and Aug. 3 at the shopping centre in  Madeira Park for the fishing derby.  Next regular meeting will be held  Wednesday,  September  11.  /  Wednesday, June 19, 1_>74 The Penlnoulo, Times        Jfteg�� A-3  IT"'>  Mow U@fg.on Hall, '��<  lOAY/'JUN  Slipper 7:30," Dance 9-1  Etfluslc by tli�� HATTOSCIT  -      $6.00 por parson ...  For tickets phone: DAYS 885-9828, .EVES. 8853949  FROM EGYPT with love was cap- band, Hugh, are looking forward to a  tion of this picture   of Cpl. Gortry visit soon of Gerry, his wife, Hazel  BeritfaeM, son of Mrs. Irene Duifif of. and their three small children. When  Haflfmoon Bay. Berthelet is stationed he retires from the armed forces in  wi'tln 4Jhe Canadian contingent, United three years, Berthelet win make his  Nations Emergency   Force, in the home in Halfmoon Bay.  Middle East. Mrs. Duff and iher bus-    MUSiC    PUpilS    a    a    a  T?FI ~i3i?i -1 iw^$$#f^?^#ri&^  Meet the Likemi c^dicfef��  : Kffl  ITH^JIft  SUNDAY, JUNE 23 ���-4 p_��sv to M P��m-  Home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rozental (<Md> Balfontino Property)  Soames Point   7 >  MONDAY, JUNE, 24 ��� 2 p.m. to & p.m.  Home of Dr. Eric and Mrs. Paetkau, Selma Parit  MONDAY, JUNE 2�� ��� $ p.m. to 7 @.m.  |    Home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cameron, Shark Lane, Madeira Park  / _  ft EVERYONE INTERESTED IS INVITED *  ftniHiiiim""��'""""H'"'"'""wm|  i  i  \  ^^i^s^Sf^i^^K^ii^^s^M^^i^^M^^si^^^^^^^^^^^M  ��  W////////////////^////^^^  SiCHlLI GA-tPEIN! CLUB  .Summer +srlower OA<  ummer mjriower mmJnow  | Junc^22it^ Hilda's I  ADMISSION: 50c ��� CHILDREN 25c  (includes refreshments)  RAFFLE  ��   DOOR PRIZE   ��   PLANT SALEi  yy,w///y////f/_w/^^^  1  i  by Peggy Connor  SEQHELT���pA music recital was held at  Welcome Beach Hall Saturday, June  IS. Taking part were students of Mrs.  Mary Brooke and guests, Dave Hayward,  who sang accompanied by Mrs. Eva Hayward, George Newsham accompanied his  daughter, Caroline.  The program opened with Bonnie  Janiewick on the piano for O Canada!  Then followed pianists, Kari Nielsen, Ellen Thomas, David Maedel, Jimmy Janiewick and Steven Prescesky.  Guitarists were, Tyler Parish, Mary  Connor, ,Karin Paetkau, Caroline' News-  Ham and her father George and Ginger  Cunningham.  Trumpet solo: Dale Maedel, Dave Hayward singing Three Sailors accompanied  iby Mrs. Brooke and two more selections  - with Mrs. Eva Hayward at the keyboard.  Earl( An1^,_.played,a,-pifu_o.duetw^th  7.V&S. Brooke;'Sharon Nelson, Gail Thomas,  Ginger Cunningham,' ��� Wendy, ^ Thompson,  Jim DeHart, Anne Crowther, Donald  Dombroski, Bonnie Janiewick, Earl An-  tilla, Denise Dombroski, piano players all1.  The talented Talento family, unavoidably late, arrived in time to put on their  own concert. Eogene played piano, Bie-  coh, saxophone and piano, Lhevinne piano  and1 violin.  ;  Mrs. Joyce Rootes, a former pupil of  ' Mrs. Brooke and now a full-fledged teach-  ' er of music in Vancouver, attended the  recital and handed out certificates^ from  the Toronto Music Conservatory.  Mrs. Brooke presented prizes for achievement. For highest marks of anyone  in the recent festival held on the Peninsula the honor went to Rogene Talento.  Consistent proper    fingering    earned a  prize for Sharon Nelson and the student.  making the most progress on the piano  was Anne Crowther; most improved guitarist for ithis season was Mary Connor.  Then there is the student who repeatedly  \ arrived for lessons with work correctly  ' practised and performed���a prize for Bon-  \ nie Janiewick.  The audience, made up of parents and  ; Mends of the pupils, showed l>y their  .; attentiveness. that it was a worthwhile  . evening^toy&sijXe withijthe^younig artists.  * as they sttrived'to do tKeir best for their  ' teacher ��� and themselves.  Only after performing, some for the  first time in public, did one realize the  agonizing few moments as they held the  spotlight hoping the brain would send the  fdngers on the right notes and it would  all come out melodiously.  PRETTY UP YOUR  :sx wmDOWs  LINED PLASTIC DRAPES  Overall ilze I��44"x84". Two panda ea.  72"x84". ��b  Flowered Design ^9��:  COTTAGE SETS  Now. Fiber Tex materiaL Top 42" wide  by 42" long. Sash 54" wide  by 36" long. Assortod colors  KITCHEN NEEDS  ALUMINUM POTS & PANS  FRYING PANS  Aluminum . .  CAST IRONWARE  2.79  CUTLERY SETS  24-pioce stainless ���tool  COFFEE MUGS  Assorted colon .   brighten up your  bathroom     .  BATH MAT SETS  Assortod  colon   OBO  SHOWER CURTAINS  Sixes 72"x72". Assorted  pottevfts ond cofofi ���._..,.-..  RELAXING Tim  LAWN .CHAIRS  Assorted colon -  GLASSES FOR YOUR COLD  DRINKS  Sets of four _.  O  O  BEVERAGE SETS FOR YOUR  LEMONADg . Six 12-es.  glosses and 86-ox. pitcher  BEDDING FOR YOUR COMPANY  PILLOWS  leather* j���7......   Feathers ond Foam  Chipped  Foam . ...  2.89  1.89  BLANKETS  Slue 72*'x84". Assorted  co)on ������*MP��*.>p)a>.,*t.>.>..(a..  FLANNELETTE SHEET BLANKETS  Sixes  54"x80";  70"��90*';  80*'xld0".  Priced >J_   Ti i|_  ifrom._J>**��r;.-|��'  PRINTED SHEETS 8, PILLOW CASES  Twin Fitted and  Twin flat..'.   Double Fitted fi, Double Flet. -. A,S9  Pillow Coses .��� _; ,__ 1.89  HOUSEHOLD NEEDS  TABLECLOTHS  Aii'f colors���>'���%  and sixes ...,^>m  WOVEN rWWR MATS  Mixed colors.  Slxo 20'fx34" ....  TOWELS AND FACEaOTHS  Hani) Towels ,..~...    Path Towel    Facecloths  ��   YOUR  SPARKLE AIR FRESHENER -MM, ox.  Pine, Lilac, Layonder, Floral, Try It  SPARKLE DISINFECTANT SPRAY  14 fl. ox,  . .���  SPARKLE WINDOW CLEANER  with Ammonia. 20 fl, ox,  SlTlElaiMiAiNS  '"���^"Tr-.j     . V'p  ..stpif   '���  < v S ,'p p ,���  am,  p  hews^l/iime  TRAIL- BAY CENTRE' ^",S|CHaT. ^ PHoW' wtask-','  mmmmn  m*  USE YOUR GAMBLES, CHAR6P<, ^^^'-^WSSrrjBlt ^jCtHySl^j^B-B^?^RC>  AND JUST SAY "CHARON ITI^'    -  i.'    ,i  T  ',.'���  I ,   "��� '.  trnUr*  iiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiifciCT^if^twwseeltaio^ V  /"  BIRTHS  HELP .WANTED (Cont.) Page A-^l���Peninsiila Times, Wednesday, June 19, 1974    CAMpE?ls & TRAILERS BOATS ft ENGINES (Can*./    Wanted To Rent (continued)    FOR RENT  GIBSONS AND SECHEO.T  . WBSTBRN DRUGS  - , . . era ^eeod^Wtjseasor Mils  Blnfa AottttancertSftf spaco,  and  extends Best WfebfcWo tho.happy,  pQVQSttjk   .  OBIT-UARY-^.    ;������   '  "WBAY���Passed��lway June 14,  1974, MargareftOWrayjlste, of.,*.  Madeira Park in her 79th year.  Survived by 4'daughters, Julia,  . Muriel,   Margdr^^rof, Pender  Harbour1 and Fftssie"of .New,  . Jersey; 4 sons?8Leohard," Gibsons, Wilfred gfBTPeter, Pender Harbour and jBill, Terrace.  29    great   grandchildren; .,21'  great,     great, -grandchildren.  - Funeral service.O was ', held  Tuesday, June' 18 from Pender  Harbour, Community Hall. Rev.  John Godkin offjcifited. Inter-,  ment Forest' Viewc Cemetery,  Pender Harbour.''Harvey Funeral Home direct^..'    490-30  CARDS OF THANKS  iHAH  ���"ujUc;:..  WE WOULD' iiik^ to"'thank  C u n n i n gharri1, 'Ambulance  Service for their' promptness  and kind attention shown on  the recent" losteT of .'our dear  husband and father, Cecil Lawrence; also Rev. Jim Williamson for his' kind words; and  all the wonderful people who  sent fowers, cards.'and letters.  ���Rene Lawrence"; and family.  499-30  PERSONAL  BAHA'IS    believe;    Religion  and science must^be in harmony and in the���;equality of" the .'  sexes. V,.,^.'   ,7.482-tfn'  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:86-~p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone_885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wed- -  nesdays at 8'M��p.vti. in the  Community Hall. Phone. 883-  2401.  3952-tfn  FIRE^.,  .  Has your insurance  kept]pace?  ' TINY BOB^QUOTES  885-2235  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.    '     -9642-30  COMMISSION an original ink-  drawing,    water    color    of  your boat,  cottage or house.  Reasonable rates. Call'Andrew  Krumins, 885-2601. ��� -v. 345*tfn  tm^^^aaaaa^m^mamm^mmwmaaammamaaammmmma^ammmmmwmummmmmmma,  L0ST  LOST in Roberts Creek area,  June  10,  large white male  Lab. dog named Salty. Reward.  886-9173. a 483-30  DOWNTOWN   Sechelt,   lady's  glasses, brown rims, brown  case. Badly needed. Phone 885- ���  2532., '       500-30  _____j m../i ;  HELP  PARTTIME   helj  , wear store. Al  Men's Wear. Setil  M  i for   men's.  Morgan's'  t.     480-30  TUCKET taker student,- 2 days  - .week. Must -have driver's, licence. Phone 885-9019' between  9 a.m. - 1 p.m.    -. * ,��� 459-tfn  "TAXI drivers. Age 19 and over. Male or female. Class IV  licence' required.  Phone  885-  2251., 7      '7 '���    .-   ���    3?3-31  E X P ERIENCJED    waitresses.  Phone 885-98117,. . .  405-30,  HANDY man, ��� several days,  own time, garden, outdoor.carpentry, pick ,up, 2-3 yards top  soil. Phone (885-2986,'     462-30  WORK, WANTED  EXTERIOR house painter, rea-  ' sonable rates, free estimates.  Phone 885-9801.   ' 380-31  FOR all your carpentry needs, ,  >   call A.' Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978.    ...    3783-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  < House and garden mainten- ���  ance. Rubbish * removaL Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons to Sechelt. Also fireplace wood for sale, $15 per  load delivered. Phone' Norm,  886-9503.  9933-tfn  JOHN'S Construction, licenced  carpenter will'do all carpentry work.and painting in district. Ph.'886-7498 evenings.  ~ 382-36  WILL butcher,  dress  or cut  your  meat  or  game,, your  plaice or mine..Phone 883-9045.  ,7 _:;"      3044-stfn  GENERAL Handyman., Car-  ��� pentry," painting and light  hauling. .Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  PEERLESS   Tree; Services.  Benefit   from   experience.  Tree work guaranteed and in-1  sured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109.  330-tfn  FURNACE -p installations   and  burner  service.  Free  estimates.  Ph., 886-7111.    ,36-tfn  livestock/;  : SWIFT Feeds r-;H. Jacobson;  .Swift dealer. -Nor1 West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds- Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order. - 258-tfr  PONY with saddle. Phone 886-  '    7041.      ,_. -        546-30  PONIES,for,sale. Make an of  - fer: Phone 883-9974.    331-30  c   CERTIFIED Carrier, Hans Berber, 'is "coming   to'.Coast.  Contact Sunshine -Farm, 886-  9646.    '    ,,.r;-,7   7"      H-27  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  New & Used Jocks  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware -Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  GARDEN SEEDS  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone: 885-9654 or 885-2635  Published Wednesdays by    ' -  Powell   River  News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.   ,  .  - at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963 .  Box Numbers  50c extra  TRAVEL trailer. Good condition; $8507 Call 886-7473 af-.  ter 5 p.m." 322-30  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation  3894  As filed with; the'Audit Bureau  of .Circulation],  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (11 words)  One Insertion- '. $1.20  rhree Insertions ������'.���:���$2.40  Extra' lines (4'words)' 35c  (This rate does not apply to  -   commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  - for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date. - -  Legal-or Reader advertising 40c  ; par count lino.',  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 Areo $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area _$8.00 yr.  U.S.A. : $10.00 yr.  motorcycles  f  '73 YAMAHA. 360cc Enduro.  " Low mileage. Excellent condition. Phone 886-2956 after 4  p.m. 473,-tfn  Overseas   ' Senior Citizens,  Local Areo .-.  Single Copies .   .$11.00yr.  .$6.00   15c  "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-cn offer to sell, and moy  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on 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 rote  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.        . ��.'  PETS  \  BEAUTIFUL 2 year old female  St. Bernard. Affectionate.  Good with children and has  been obedient trained. Phone  886-7028. 470-30  MUSCOVY  mths. old.  ducks,   2   and   3  Phone 885-9338.  478-30  TOY and small min. purebred  poodle puppies. Innoculated.  Phone 885-9797. 262-28  VIZSLA puppies, only males,  $150.   Ex.  breeding.   Phone  (112)929-4639. 456-30,  NEED a good home for Norwegian Elkhound. 2 yrs. old.  Phone   885-9384   or  write   B.  Solberg, General Delivery, Se- '  chelt.   -^7   '  " 497-30  PUPS, large and small breeds.  SPCA. 886-2664. 442-30  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Eee.  *69 DATSUN 1600 2 dr. $800.  886-7207. _ . _,...        460-32  SACRIFICE, as new, immaculate overhead pick up truck  canopy.   Easily   converted   to,  camper, $500. Phone 886-2160.  430-31  ���REASONABLE, 1970 Volkswa-  s    gen station wagon. 886-2019.  ifi..   . 445-30  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)  '67 CHEVELLE Malibou. Excellent   condition.   $875   or  swap for boat. Financing can  be arranged. Phone 886-7028.  471-30  '70 TRANS Am, 455 4 speed  rebuilt  engine,   2,000  miles  with 4,000 mi. guarantee, $5000  Ph. 886-7360. 529-30  BOATS & ENGINES  1973 16 FT." Sceptrecraft, 65  hp elec. Johnson. Ezy loader  trailer complete with full convert, top. All accessories, extra fuel tanks, $2695 FP. 885-  ,2204. 368-28  25 FT.' cabin cruiser, sleeps 4,  ' IB V drive, head, sink, stove,  like   new.$7500. ' Phone'   885- ,  2634. 463-32,  13   FOOT   Glascraft   with. 20  -lip   Merc.    Complete   with  -trailer,  .tank,   controls.   $995.  Phone 886-9130. 419-31  ^   - " "' v  FIRE!  Has your insurance  kept pace?  TINY BOB ��� QUOTES  885-2235  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  9642-30  13 FOOT Baston whaler type,  FG boat, 40 H.P. Johnson, elec.  start with controls. Trailer included, $1200. Phone (112)261-  6034. . 402-31  12'   CARTOP   boat,   Tote-um  loader.   Excellent   condition.  Phone 886-2826. 10205-tfn  12'   PLYWOOD   boat,   needs  paint." $50. 885-9055 after 6  p:m.  -   '    516-30  50   HP  MERCURY   outboard,  1973   16'' glass   over   wood  boat.   886-7123. Ask for   Tom  or leave message.       ��� 10170-tf  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  FAST food franchise available  for  Surishine  Coast.' Write  ' 7473   Edmonds   Street,   Burnaby. 515-30  LOCAL family   of - 4  require  unfurnished    house;    anywhere except Pender Harbour.  Ref. available. Phone 886-7412.  ' 218-tfn  1 OR 2 BR house. Gibsons to  Sechelt, area.   Phone" (112)  521-0291. 465-30  WF GIBSONS, ��� 8 room suite  .   for July. 1st. $300 per month.  Working   adults.   Phone   886-  7108. 548-30  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.    i  3246-tfn  MORTGAGES  BLOCK BROS. INDUSTRIES LTD.  1030 WEST GEORGIA STREET  VANCOUVER 5, B.C.  .':,j  230  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  /  WANTED TO RENT  QUIET a working couple -seeking year round accommodation   in   Sechelt "area.   Write  Box 370, Sechelt. 544-30  Well built, immac. kept 1 year old 2 (could be 3) bedroom horned ;  Located on approx. y$rd acre in Gibsons. Close., to schools and  shopping and a fantastic view looking over Keats and The Gap. '  Vendor is anxious! Priced to sell at only $35,900.  REDROOFFS ROAD  100' waterfrontage! This  1.47 acre parcel   is partialfy cleored  giving you a panoramic view across the Gulf. Access to the beach  is a little steep but possible.  F.P. of only $19,500. Incl. older  moblie home. Some terms avail.  DUPLEX - DRIVE-BY  Located on Central Ave. in Granthams is this partially re-modelled  2 bedroom SxS % basement duplex. Please do not disturb tenants.  PERFECT. FOR RETIREMENT  Is this immac. kept 2 bdrm. home on a lovely view semi-W/F lot.  Semi post and beam const.  F'place and W/W in L.R., knotty  yellow cedar interior. Loc. on Dom. Lease Land at Gibsons. Investigate this now! Only .$19,900. F.P.  SANDY HOOK  12 new lots just released for sole. These ore prime semi- W/F  lots an only $8,500. Good terms avail. Also 4 waterfront lots.  GIBSONS RURAL  Approx. 5 level acres .with great potential view plus 10x55' two-  bdrm. mobile home with add., hooks-ups installed. Great potential  to develop into Mobile Home Park. Asking $32,500.  Vz cash,  owner will carry ballance.  G. KNOWLES ��� 298-0541  - 291-2881  '60 ZEPHYR. Good  Phone 885-9030.  condition.  488-30  '62   INTERNATIONAL   single  axle dump truck. 883-2417.  366-30  1970 > NISSAN   Patrol.   Phone  883-2417. 367-30  '65 CHEVY van. Very good  mech. cond. 53,000 mis. New  paint. Int. fully insulated and  panelled with roof vent, sliding window; and carpeting.  Radio and stereo combination.  Suitable to camperize, $1995.  Phone  885-2346. 494-32  .'72 'BARACypA,;7 318 7 autp.  'Viivyl roof, Tracflb/' air' shocks,  mags and extra large tires.  Striping. Excellent condition.  Offers. Phone 885-2070 after  5. 498-32  MACHINERY  ���63   FORD. Falcon,  '55   Dodge,  good  Phone 886-2524.  $75.   Also  condition.  528-30  ACCOU$?ANT  BOOKKEEPER  Our client requires an accountant for their office in Powell  River. ��� Please-, apply in writing stating qimu$catlons, references   and (ipxperiencea   t��7  Hill, Atcbison/ftdhcock & Co,,  166 Station Street,;,, 7  ',������':��������� >    Duncan,' B,C, ���������'������'���<:,���><�������� -  All replies held in strict;.,  confidence.       . ��� ��� 7.  7T,  0030-tfn  We are on Pratt Road," 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE  886-7527  1 9638-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���,  Paymaster,' Rhode Island,  Red Cross, White ^eghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  ��� 3769-tfn  FOR SALE to experienced ri-  ,der, a'beautiful, spirited halt  Arab Palomino mare. For more  Information phone 883-2584.,  ,51129  '68 FORD LTD station wagon,  PS, PB, first $980. Ph. 885-  2897. 549-30  '64   DODGE.  Best offer.  Recond,   motor.  Phone 885-2615.  492-32  ���PARK attendant for Princess  Louisa. Will. bo required, as  of June JlSth to, Sept. 15, pre*  forably with own boat. Phono  886-9019, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.  372-31  2 PONIES  883-2417.  with  saddles. Ph.  i        364-30  QUARTER horses,   AH  ages  nnd prices. Phone 886-2160.  Brushwood Farm. Pratt Road,  Gibsons, y 340-30  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD:  (ON H|GHV(W ) 01, At FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  ROM, ESTATE fi. INSURANCE    ,  PENDER KARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1600 sq, ft. homo w|th 3 bedrooms*  wall to wall, laroo living'room with hoatalalor flrcplaco,_larao  workshop, A lovely homo oh two level acres, Good buy ot $55,000,  '   , I   ' ,   '' ��� 7      ' 1" 1 ' . 7  "  GARDEN BAY UAKE - 22 ocres with somo lake frontage, excellent subdivision potontlal. F.P. $60,000.  !  ��� ;..    . ������ 1  MARINA   excflllont potential - flood Income - Room for oxpan-  , ilon-High grow - dotallt at offlco,  ��� 24 acro��, closo to Pender Harbour, Good  Invoitmont at $��0,000,  PEARSON ISIiAND  ���n" _____________  MADEIRA ������iSotylced lot, closo^to boach and with somo Y/atpr,,..  i'M1 'I  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. ,       886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE; 687-6445  GIBSONS1 VILLAGE: 9 suite Apt,1 Block, This unit Is almost self  contained, shows excellent revenue, zoned, on sower, has potential  for Increased Revenue, Call for details. Asklno $137,000,00.  DAVIS BAY; View home on landscaped lot, This homo Is located  In one of the Surishine Coast Bost Residential areas. It has been  Immaculqtly cared for, 3 Bdrm up, I down, 2 fireplaces, 2 car  flaraflo adjoining homo, This Is tin of our better homos High 50's,  vlow -' $9,00O.  REDROOFFS  'It:  Excollont building lot with 240' fromogo on  Rodrooffs Road, Full price $9,000'.  2  Excellent watorfront- lot,  Prot��c����d,,& serviced.,F.P.���$25,QQ0..  RUBY LAKE ��� corner lot, Non-waterfront, $7,000.  THREE CABINS ��� on ono lot ��� within 50' of excellent booch.  F.P, $36,000,  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Over on ocro of watorfront, 180' of deep  projected moorage, 3 DR home, needs some work, F.P, $46,500,  r- WE NEED LISTINGS  PHONE 883-2794  John Broon  883-9978  Archlo Brayton  883-9926  ..^,_.���.,.u ��� ,���..,. ���jtr  Jock Hormon  883-2745  LANGDALE CHINES:  View' Lot ���  w���..:n..-..z ..: .... $13,500.00  Largo Lot ���  . , $11,500,00  Johnson Road - View ...-.->. ������? .... $10,500.00  Hil.ii.iMlii'"!.! aiiipiiilw   ��������� ph.iiiw.h ,  ROBERTS CREEK  "TarrvJ��l:focek7:^  80 x 120  : .   :'.  !, 9,500.00  81x150 .���. ...:    ...�� M 0.000,00  70 x 180 , : :_ ....... _..., 710,500.00  8J x 137 ._.. .._ ._.. . _,'.-...  $11,000.00  NORTH ROAD; In tho vlllqao, close to school 8. shopping centre, ,  3 bedrm, on deep lot,   1 %   bathrooms, attractively priced  at  '      $37,000.0,0. Seo us for financing details,  31 ACRES: Noar vlllago, mostly cleared^ has tremendous future  growth potential, Asking $90,000,00,  -  , _���_���^ ��� ��� ���      ;,,i;' '"      "['  16% ACRES:  With long highway frontage.  % creeks,  Not In  p freeze, Treed, $30,000,00.  SELMA PARK: Retirement special, Lovely 2 bedroom,homo com-  leto with utility, workshop and corport. Fireplace, W/W carpet,  closo to shopping. Dominion Loose Lond, $28,000,00,  MARINE' DRIVE. GIBSONS:   3  Bedroom well built homo wllh  flroplaco and utility,- and lorgo lot close to beach,- Lease Land  $25,000,00 with $5000,00 down. .  GOWER POINT: 3 beautiful watorfront view lots, $66,000,00,  takes all.  ..GIBSONS VILLAGE: On a Command Vl*w Lot'��(.How�� Sound. 3  bdrm,, 2 lovol Home, Master Bdrm, Has En-sulto Plmbfl, Galley  kitchen with Honey spico cupboards, Extra lorga L.R, orxsns to  largo Sun-Deck, over car port, Finished Recreation Room. Lot Is  90x100, F.P, $-45,000,00,  LISTINGS     WANTED  K, A. Crosby 886-2098  Mike Blaney BB6'7436  ), VI��or 886-2931  .Don Sutherland 885-9362  COMPRESSOR for sale. 210  cu. it. Ingersoll Rand compressor mounted on 4 wheel  trailer. 6 cyl. Continental gas  engine. Will run 2 jack hammers. Can be seen at Madeira  Park. Phone 883-2732.   545-tfn  1909    CASE   D-450    Crawler  complete with 4 in 1 Drott  Bucket,   canopy   and   trailer.  886-2535. 92-tfn  "^���ji%v^;rsa^^  gaciHM��PW*wani3f:^.j��>jiric -�����..�����-���st^fxs��p��r,pppPy.-��-g:  r.skws'tfe.'s^^^^  BIEAB.TY  LIP,  ag;gg:?,is;',;lVi'?asi;?r1i5,,:v^,^s^  PHONE:  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C  PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233, TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  MEMBER OF MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  GARDEN BAY  2 BR home, partial bosement, fireplace, covered sundeck,��carport.  Approx. 100' from the waterfront on a level, landscaped lease lot.  Close to stores, post office and marinas. $32,000.  1    ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  Approx. 20 acres of fairly level land with approx.  10 acres  -cleared. $35,000.  Approx.   16 acres on Highway  101   - good commercial site,  gravel pit. Asking $65,000.  T  WATBRFRONT HOME - CANOE PASS  76.2' sheltered, deep waterfront at entrance to Canoe Pass on  Gildens Road. 2 BR home, fireplace, wall-to-wall shag; coppertone  appliances,  3rd  BR  In partial basement,  covered  boat house,  $87,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision1, $150,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx, 20 acres of view property with approx. 800 ft. deep,  ,  sheltered watorfront. Suitable site for mobllo home park or con-  , dominium development. Excellent view of Pender Harbour and Lee  Bay, $125,000,  VIEW HOME > GARDEN BAY  3 BR home, brick fireplace, sundeck, carport, full basement. On  o |eye| comer, leased lot - fully landscaped, fruit trees, $45,CKJ0_  7     MADEIRA MARINA LTD7  Approx. 3 acres, 250' cholco waterfront In Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop blda. with repair facilities, display and sales room,  office, stockroom. Owner's 2 BR homo, 7 motel units, facilities  for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors, 7  launching ramp, floqts, foreshore loaso, Largo up to date stock  of bocits, motors, parts, marine hardware, Evinrude sales and  /   servlcea $250,000. plqs cosh for stock.,  GARDEN BAY HOME  4 BR home on Garden Bay Road, good family1 homo with spoclous  backyard. Immediate possession, Asking $43,OC>0,. (  LOW PRICED HOME �������� IRVINE'S LANDING,  2 liR home, approx. 640 sq, ft, Level, grassy view lot, Close to  mar|na���and Gov't wharf. $22,000,  .,  VIEW HOME - GARDEN. BAY i  ^l/250lsq.Jft.;��2^bodrobm��(could.i|^*.3)^opan^boam>homo^vYl(hxa��  beautiful vlow over Garden Bay, W/W shag In living room &  mastor bodroom, rongo & fridge, partial basement, largo sundeck,  carport ond storago,, To view by oppolntmonf only, $42/0-00.,  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Small'gonoral store and  adjoining oho  BR owner's homo  In <  centen of shopping aroa at Madoira Park, Approx, 100' frontago  1 on both Madoira Park Rd. and Hwy,  101> containing opprox.  1,09 acres, $50,000 plus stock.  GARDEN BAY RD, - KLEINDALE  3 BR, home, built In 1969, with 2 OR, suite on lower level; some  appliances, 2 fireplaces, oil furnace, largo sundeck, carport, On  ��� approx, 2 acres of lovol land with ovor 1 ocro cleared ond In  grass. 22'x,40' workshop with shoke roof, roUghed-ln plumbing -  could bo converted to a rental homo, $85,000,  -  WATERFRONT HOME���EGMONT  Very large 4 BR homo, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent for o group purchase. $105,000.  LARGE CORNER LOT  Approx.  1 % acres of view property with  111' frontage on Eg- .  moot Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road, two older houses  on property, Possible subdivision site. $47,500.  WATERFRONT --SECRET BAY  Approx.  128' waterfront on two adjoining lots, close to school  store and gov't wharf. To be sold together for $36,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Approx.  375'  deep,  sheltered waterfront on' approx.   10 acres  of treed land. Access by trail or water. $40,000,  LOTS  1. MAPLE ROAD opprox. 3/5 acre level, treed view lot, $10,500.  2. EARL COVE - level comer lot - $11,000.  SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  7   SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront, 7 acres of treed property. Water accoss  only, $25,000  RUBY ,LAKE MOTEL  8 housokeieplno Vr\\U, two sleeping units, managor's ono BR  residence and offlco In a beautiful setting on 4.34 acres, approx,  200 feet waterfront on Ruby Lake ond 800 feet of watorfront  on lagoon. Highway 101 runs through property, Float and  launching ramp on Ruby lake, $115,000.  . ���  ���:  ' " ,  RUBY LAKE RESTAURANT and 4 BR homo also avallablo with  ' the abovomotelfor an additional1 $80,000,   '  SAKINAW,LAKE COTTAGE,     7  3 BR partly furnished cottage on 2 leased lots - approx,  cholco  lakofront,  2,98  acres,  Small  covo  and  private  $23,00p.  '        , RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH      :  60' lakofront lot With sandy boach, trees. Water accoss  $25,000.  330'  dock,  only,  HIDDEN BASIN 7 NELSON ISLAND  Approx, 1700' sheltered deep watorfront, low bank shoreline,  sevoral beaches and bays on approx, 11,3 acros of beautifully  trood. property with sma|.' creek, Furnished ono BR cottage,  furnished guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, wall and pump-  house, four boats, trail blko, garden tractor, numerous tools  ond equipment, floor, An excellent buy at $80,000,  WATERFRONT  Approx, 4,000' watorfront on opprtox, 25 acres treed property,  Several boachos, small Island, good sheltered covo. Only a short  distance by boot from Earl Covo or Egmpnt, $100,000,  1.  LOTS  2 lots with vlow of Ponder Harbour,  -fc  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  $9700 and $14,400.  NARROWS ROAD - - cleared - vlowJ lots near- Modelrq- Park,"  ���   $10,000 and $11,000,    .  3, GARDEN BAY ESTATES, serviced lots, some with vlow, $6,900  to $12,500.  4, MADEIRA PARK,' serviced vlow lot, $9,000,  5, NARROWS ROAD - approx. % ocro lovol land, excellent vlow,  -���LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000. PER ACRE.       -  D,L, 2392, approx, 160 ocros, situated opprox. IM mllo�� above  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Boy. Access by old logalng road, Trolls  8, roads throughout tho property, nlcoly treed usoable land, Outsldo  i land frooxa area -possible subdivision slto, $16O,000i,  2 lots suitable for mobllo-home, $7,500  $29,0007  6, MADEIRA PARK  and $22,000,  7, MADEIRA PARK ROAD - lot that Is verv closo to school,  stores, gov't, wharf and post offlco. $9,506,   ... ,    ,  0. MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial lots - $16,000 ond $20,000;  JACK NOBLE  Res. 883-2701  ACREAGE,- LOTS F 8, G, BLK. A, D.L. 903  Two adjoining 9-ocro blocks, opprox, 2,000 feet from Highway  101, Nicely trood, gontlo slope, southern exposure, $45,000 ooch,  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY '  Ros. 883-2233 •-t
FOR RENT (Continued)
FURNISHED cottage, 1 BR to
single   employed" genteman.
$100. Phone 886-9885.      543-30
-TANTALUS Apartments, modern,   one  bedroom,   partly,
furnished  apartment,  wall to.
wall carpetting, colored appliances. Available immediately.
Phone 886-2414.. 649-30
REAL ESTATE
GOOD    view    lot.'   Serviced.
Close   "to    Sechelt'1  Village.
$12,000.  Phone  885-2713  days'.
.885-2774 evenings. 457-31
2  LOTS  on' paved  road  at
Grantham's Landing. Easy ac-
1 cess.   Unobstructed   view   of
Howe   Sound,   $12,000.. Phone
884-5373 after 5 p.m.      461-30
REAL ESTATE (Con't)
APPROX. % acre treed lot in
, new Langdale 'Chimes subdivision. Beautiful view property. All utilities underground, paved road. Terms-
available. Call 886-7894 after
6 p.m. ° 269-29
When You Consider
Building ....
Why not try the Westwood
Home Building Systems. Plans
available for .complete home
packages. Modular homes and
custom planning. Most economical way to build under
present day conditions. Call . .
COE ENTERPRISES LTD.
883-2671 or 883-2451
8914-tfn
REAI   ESTATE (Cont.)
REAL ESTATE (Con't)
REAL ESTATE (cont.)
FORESTED    view- lot.    125x . WATERFRONT lot, Davis Bay. -
188. Selma Park. $24,000 or, Oyer 60x400 feet. $25,900  Ph. :
will sell half, phone; 885-9845. 885-2897. . 540-30
•         '   •. 233-tfri  !	
SERVICED lot in village of Se- YOUR_ AUTOPLAN CENTRE
o„£el£   $11i°o0c°^^hone -885* K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.
2713  days.  885-2774  evenings.       ■
458-31      All Types of Insurance
FOft SALE (Continued)
WEST  Sechelt.  View, lot ,of    NEAR ,nev/   upright,, carpet
and   Trail -' Islands.;y , vacuum;, < $100.', Phone   885-
Peninsulo Times, Wednesday, June 19, 1974—Page A-5
FOR SALE (Continued)     "   MOBILE HOMES, (Cont.)
•ocean     .,-—     ,
Fully serviced.- Level. -On
quiet , cul-de-sac, 100x150 in
area of new homes. Phone
885-9453. 362-30
9028.
468-32
21" BW TV, $50.
9040.  ..       ,
Phone 883-
329-30
HMcMYNN
REALTY ft INSURANCE
Multiple Listings Service
Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.
NOTARY PUBLIC — PHONE 886-2248
GIBSONS: 2 WFT lots in centre of Boy area- level and ready
to build on. $30,000 for both.
2 semi WFT lots with older type house; good property ond only
$35,000.
——■ ■ — ' " —v——
GIBSONS RURAL: 2 floors, view property.  1.58 acres In quiet
rural setting. Full price only $32,350. ,
GOWER POINT ROAD: One acre subdividable property; roads ond
water in; $30,000.
ROBERTS CREEK: Close to Golf Course, well  built home with
FP and full basement; 2.3 acres of level land, close to creeks.
Full price, $43,000.
2% acres of good level soil, with large two bdrm home; older
type finished inside. Full price $42,000.
LISTINGS   WANTED l
Member Vancouver Real Estate* Board
RON McSAVANEY, Manager
886-9656
Evenings: 886-9656
SECHELT, 3 BR, 1200 sq. ft.,
- walk in basement, 2 fireplaces.. FP $48,500. Phone 885-
9951 evens/also (112)922-7918
evens. ,469-32
SUNSHINE, COAST
15 ACRE WATERFRONT
-      PARADISE
Stream,   Sheltering   Islands,
Gently Sliping Beach, Oyster
Lease,  Close to Best Fishing
If you are looking for the most
beautiful and most useful
waterfront acreage in B.C.,
this vacation paradise should
interest you. Complete with
talHrees, easy highway. access,
._small house, outstanding view,
. lots  of  driftwood.
Two beautiful, small offshore
islands form the-outer borders
of a quiet, protected bay, directly in front of our 600' shore
line.
Prime Resort Property
$,165,000
By  Owner,  Box  65,  Madeira'
Owner,  Box  65,
■    Park,   B.C.
883-2255
9541-32
BUILD a better home with a>
National package. Mortgage
money available. Call Dave
Whidden, 885-2746 or write
Box 830, Sechelt. 88-tfn
GIBSONS area. 3 BR, 1% bath.
" mobile home with addition
including 16x16 room, carport
16x35, utility 16x9. Cement
slab with perimeter-wall. Lot
included. $22,000. Phone 886-
9262. - 496-30
VIEW lot for sale in Gibsons.
' Phone 886-2417. 146-tfn
Gibsons, B.C. '
Phone  886-2000  or 886-9121,
SAKINAW, LAKE in serene
Pender Harbour. Enjoy the
scenic beauty, summer or week
ends,, from this snug little
hideaway. Large lot, has 90'
lake front, man made sandy
beach. 2 Toom furnished log
cabin, deck overlooking beach
and boat float. Storage building. Asking $27,500.
REDROOFFS ROAD. Large
corner. lot with view. $8500.
full price.
GOWER POINT. Attractive 4
room cottage, beach level.
Spacious living room open to
dining room. Nicely., appointed
modern kitchen. Don't, miss
this one at only $31,500.
HOWE SOUND waterfront. 63'
of nice pebble beach. -15 minute drive from Langdale. Chalet type cottage nestled among
stately ' evergreens and - dogwoods. $5,000. down on full
price of $20,000.
LISTINGS   WANTED!
MEMBER
MULTIPLE LISTING
SERVICE
Norm Peterson 886-2607
Freda "DuMont 886-7105
9644-30
BEHIND   Hackett   Park.   Lot
10.   Fully   serviced.   Level.
Mountain view. $10,500. Phone
885-2522,  885-2087. 336-30 .
HOPKINS Landing, 4 BR
house, by owner. Semi-waterfront, access to beach;' safe
mooring. Phone1 886-2492 after
6. 10108-tfn
SELMA Park. View, lot. 1 BR
house. Large LR with fireplace. $23,000. Phone 886-7682.
335-30
FIR* ! ,      .
Has .your insurance   .
kept pace?
TINY BOB — QUOTES -
885-2235
SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.
^     .      9642r30 '
75'x295'. LOT, West Sechelt.
Trailers permitted. R2 zoned.
Regional water installed. Other services available. ,$8,000
firm. Phone 885-9028.     467-32
BY OWNER, 5 acres, level,
treed. 2 miles to Langdale
ferry. Located off, alternate
highway., $24,500. ■ No A-S.' Ph.
(112)522:9286/     ' ,424-30
ROBERTS CREEK
Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.
• Lots serviced with water and
paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or
residential site. Sign on.
CALL 0WNER7 886-7316
or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt
8875-tfn
FOR SALE
THREE  31. inch  used   doors
■with jambs, hardware, etc.,
felso sliding doors.  Call after
Friday, 883-2340..,,'--.  472-30
CEMENT Mixer, A-l condition,
$250. -Ph. 885-2840.       389-30
NORDHEIMER   piano.    Good
'"-  condition, $600. Phone 883-
2673. 422-31
' TOP SOIL— Mack's Nursery.
Ph.,886-2684 or 886-7096.
387-tfn
■ PLAY- Lions Community Bin-
v go, cards available, $1.00 ea.
by phoning 885-2012 days or
885-2027 nights. , 4184-tfn
IF "YOU are looking for something I probably have it.
From books to 2 cycl. IEL water pump and everything in between. Phone 886-7731 Sat. and
Sunday.' 474-30 .
WATER skis $18; propane hot
water heater $75; propane
space- heater $50; kitchen
chairs $6; ■ old cottage table
$6;,antiques and other items.
885-2952.               443-30
HEAVY duty homemade- tent
trailer with propane stove,
$175. Phone 885-2575 evenings
only between 6 and 7.   454-31
LEONARD, elec. stove $35;
- metal bound -steamer trunk'
$20; garden tools $3.50. Phone
886-7385. '       „ ,489-30.
GAS powered Hudson Bay
1 lawn mower. Reel type. Call
885-2994 after, 6. ' 486-30
AS  IS  garage sale.   2 flight
' bags, lawn mower, bed chesterfield, roll-away cot, wicker
chair,'carpet sweeper, OB-mo-
.tor, barbecue, steamer trunks,
"antique   wood   cabinet, -work
.table   and   drawers,   car   top
boat, old garden chairs, elec.
heater, ' etc. All going cheap.
9-12 June 23. See sign Beach
Ave.,    Roberts    Creek,    near
store. 542-30
MOBILE HOMES
MEMBER OF fi
MULTIPLE LISTING \\
32RVKE
DOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.
STATES LTD.
REAL ESTATE
PHONE 885-2241
SECHELT AND AREA
DAVIS BAY
WEST -SECHELT BEACH FRONT
2-bedroom home with level beach plus 1% acres of land and
revenue cabin. Home was built to V.L.A. specifications. All landscaped. Cabin could be subdivided from the beach house. House
is all insulated for electric heat with double glaze windows. Large
sandstone fireplace, good quality carpets. Enclosed carport with
workshop. Paved driveway. Extremely well kept. Acreage is heavily,
treed. F.P.  $81,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
3  BR HOME
3 bedroom, 1200 sq. ft. on large treed lot: 16'xl8' living room,
12'xl0' utility. Wall-to-wall carpets throughout. Handy to store,
school and beach. Full price $42,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
CHAPNVAN ROAD
169' frontage and good view, close to--beach,at. Davis Bay.,
price $14,900. Call Doug Joyce. , * ""\"'
Full
TREED R2 LOT
Cleared site for mobile  home,  serviced,  F.P.   $8,950.00.  Cali
Doug Joyce.
, TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT
90'x205' op Wakefield Road. Fully serviced, year round creek,
zoned R-2, good soil, well, treed. FP $12,000. Call Stan or Jack
Anderson. • .
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 beach, Elementary school nearby. F.P. $58,200.00.
Call Jack or Stan Anderson!
WEST SECHELT
Two bedroom cottage on a nice large lot. Zoned R2, treed, good
garden  soil.  Asking only $13,500.  Call  Len or Suzanne Van
Egmont, 885-2241, 885-9683.
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.
AUTO.   "w.asher,   $75.   Phone
886-9169.  464-32
LIGHTING plant, 3000 watts,
115-230. Elec. start, new motor, $350 firm. Phone 883-9048.
■ 485-30
STARTING WED., JUNE 19
- FOR 7 DAYS
Evenings at 8 p.m.
Saturday Matinee 2 p.m.
"Blazing Saddles"
Direct from its long run in
-   Vancouver
TWILIGHT .THEATRE
Gibsons
        9646-30
MADE    to- order,    decorated
quilts   and   pillows,   patch-
work. Call 885-9624.   .   283-29
" GARAGE sale, June 27. 12--1
' See direction^signs on Rosa-
mund Rd. 475-31
WRINGER   washing   machine
with pump, $20. Phone 885-
2615. ■     493-30
TOPPER FLOAT
The New Wharf or Boathouse
Floatation
Replace, sunken logs with proper floatation urider yoiu;. pr'e-
' sent' boathouse ' or' .ddck. 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
6 YR. SIZE crib, $15. Car bed
$10. Phone 886:9683.      ,487-30
EATON'S
Sunnycrest Plaza
Gibsons Phone. 886-7515
Now Stocking a Limited
Supply of Appliances
TAKE-AWAY BARGAINS
Spin Washer	
VIKING 15 fridge
WEST SECHELT
Level  lot, nicely treed. Handy location In West Sechelt.  Near
school, trailers permitted. R2 zoned. F.P. $8,900.00. Call  Len
or Suzanne Van Egmond. 885-9683.
75'   frontage  on  quiet  residential   street.  Very good  view  of
ocean. Treed. Basement excavation In and fully serviced. Full price
$14,900.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
WILSON CREEK
TREED R2 LOT
This lot is fully serviced with gentle south slope. 65'x approx. 200'
In size, Partially cleared, Easy access from Nor-West Bay Road,
F.P. $9600.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
WEST SECHELT
Average 13,000 sq. ft. Treed, paved road, Walking distance to
public beach pecess. Southwest slope, 2_oned R-l, Ideal retirement
areo, Priced from $10;500. Call Jock or Stan Anderson.
2 COMMERCIAL LOTS
33 ft each on Toredo St, In the Village of Secholt, zoned• com- '
rnorclal, Ready to, go,.Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deop, pull price
$15,000 each, Call .Jack or Stan'Anderson.     ,
EXEC. SECHELT WATERFRONT
p Near Now 2500 sq. ft. on two floors. Largo family kitchen.
Loads of Cabinets, Dlshwashei4, range and fridge built-in. Largo
sea view, Living room with w/w carpets. Flroplaco, Rich wood
panelling. En-sulto7 plumbing off master bedroom. , This homo
must bo soon to bo appreciated. 2 car garago plus largo storage,
Leyol trood landscaped p proporty with your own sandy beach.
F.P, $97,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
VILLAGE LOT
Fully cloarod  and   landscaped   lot,   All   fenced,  Approximately
9000 sq, ft, 93,ft. frontago. 2 blocks'from shopping, 2'blocks
from beach, Full price $9800,00, ft down, Cqll Jock or Stan
Andorson.
Excellent   view   lots   available   from   $7950.00   and   up.
—^ ■ HALFMOON BAY
Beach front cabin located at Halfmoon Bay, Good paved road
acaess. Level sandy beach at front door. Some fruit trees In back
yOrd, This type of property Is very hard to find. Owner says he's
tired of salmon, oysters, sun, etc. Priced at $33,500 full price,
Call Dave Roberts,
i SECRET COVE WATERFRONTAGE    ,
YoMr own waterfall op 20 acres, Power to the property, A whole
lot for very little. F.P. $59,900, Some terms, Call Doug Joyce.
'—i ~ ROBERTS CREEK cY AREA     '.'■     ' •"■■
Secluded 2-bedroom home In quiet area. Only 300 feet from
?ebblo beach. Excellent ocean view,, finished basement, Fireplace,
ear-round creek through tho property, Landscaped, Full price
,   $39,50,0. Call Stan or JackAnderson,    ',.',,
.      77 7,. ■   "    ACREAGE 7 .. "..'<.. J:.:.  ,'''.'
Approx. 5 acros, 290' highway frontago, Naturally trood, gontlo
,   south slope. F.P. $25,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.
'__—_,,—7    7 . , GIBSONS ————
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY'
Throo par radio equipped taxi business, Financial statements to
„„.,, intorostod <partlos,.. Cal I Suzanno.Van • Egmond,- 085-9683, »-«
885-2241.
Two cleared lots In, Gibsons. On sower, Close to boat launching I
ramp, Paved roads front and back, Zoned Comprehensive development, Full Price $27,000,00, Call Doug Joyce.,
Something special In codar —- A delightful A-framo houso on tlio
boach by Gospel Rock on Gowor Point Road, pull Vlow of strait,
*lnclUdos.land,on,both,,Bldo&,of,rood.»Asklng„only,$43,900...Soo.,;„
Lon Van, Egmond,
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Now 1200 sq, ft. -3 BR home under construction, Sundeck and
dr|vo-ln garago. F,P. $53,900. Call Jock or Stan Anderson,
REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA ———
„      • 100' WATERFRONT
Redrooffs Road, Sargont Boy Area. Approximately   1%  acres,
.   $20,000.. full prlco. Coll  Jock or Ston
p ———TROUT LAKE AREA -^-- -
21 ACRES
Approximately I mile, highway front. Treed, Zoned 5 acre hold-
,    Ings. F,P. $52,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson,
High view property,
Anderson,
REPROOFFS ESTATES
Largo treed properties,,, opprox, % aero, Zoned R2, trailers allowed, Paved roads, closo to Sargoant Day. Hot fishing spot, Priced
from $6,750, Call Jack or Stan Andorson,
1 ACRE - VIEW
Vlow properly over 1 acre, Good building slto, F,P, $18,500, Call
Ed Bakor.
'"""" """"" '    •--7:~-"RECREATION^iOT"~"*,^"*"~'"*"*'"" "*""""
Rocroallonql trood lor, ,100'x263\ Trollors permitted. Full prlco
$11,500, Also treed lot, )O0'k26Q', full prlco $10,000, Call Ed
Baker,
80' BLUFF WATERFRONT
2 BR mobllo home plus 26' family room, patio, sundeck garage
and work*hop,,Gard«nlot».wlth outitondlng, view,,of Gulf and
Vancouver Island, All In now condition. Stove and frldgo Includ-
and wark*hop,,Gard«nP!ot»wUh ouUtandlng, view,,of Gulf and
:ouver Island, All In now condition. Stove and frldgo ln<
ed, Full price $39,300, Coll Jack or Stan Andorson.
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.SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET .Up'NEXT DOOR TO OUR,.
OFFICE. THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE-COMES IN TWO
HALVES . , . COMPLETELY FINISHED INCLUDING
PLUMBING, ROOFING, CARPETS, CABINETS, ETC, A
SALESMAN WILL BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THROUGH.
$20,00 PER SQ, FT, INCLUDES DELIVERY TO YOUR
LOT WITHIN 4 OR 5 WEEKS,
FORFURTHER' INFORMATION CXU 'OUlCOFFfCET""
DaveRoberts Len or Suzanne Von Egmond Jack or Stan Anderson      • f<\ Baker
Eves, Phono 885-2973   Eves, Phono 885-9683   Eves, phone 085-2053 or 805-2385   Evos, Phono 085-2641
VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544
SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT
 , : -—_* .	
Doug Joyce
Eves, Ph, 005-2761
229.99
389.99
329.99
309.99
85.95
82.95
VIKING 13 fridge _..
VIKING dishwasher
30 gaL HW tank —
20 gal. HW tank —
Deepwell pump   132.95
9643-30
ROLL-A-WAY cot, $15. Good
condition. Phone 886-7189.
477-30
TOP inodel Kenmore washer,
spin dryer, 1 year old, $150.
Overhead  camper,  homemade •
with stove, $400. Green shag
rug 6x9 ft., $30.  I'hone  886-.
9637.  344-30
MURRAY'S Studio, paintings.
Selma Park, Radcliffe Road.
Phone 885-9662. Open- June
19-26 evenings,. 6:30 - 10 p.m.
Landscapes, lowers, prints.
491-30
FIRE!
Has your insurance
r ... kept-pace? ~-: -
TINY BOB — QUOTES
885-2235
SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.
9642-30
LR,    DR,~BR   and   kitchen
drapes. Good condition. Reasonable.  885-2950 or 885-2550.
479-32
COAST HOIS
1974 12x68 Premier, 3 bdrm.,
red shag. Deluxe Spanish furniture and decor. White appliances. Has loads of options
for the full price of only $13,-
650.
> 1974 12x56 Chancellor deluxe
colonial, bay window, beautiful rust carpet, slider window
pkg. and many, many options.
$11,900 FP.
1974 12'x68' Chancellor Deluxe
Colonial 3 BR, Gold Shag LR,
MB,- Hall. Deluxe built in .bar,
CW matching washer arid dryer. Has' loads of options incl.
Slider window pkg. $14,600
FP.
1974 12'x60* Chancellor, 3 BR,
Reverse Isle, Gold Shag;LR,
fully furhished. White appliances. Slider windows, etc.
$12,200 FP.     •
1974 24x40 Chancellor double
wide. 3 big bdrms., large
bathroom, frost free fridge,
elec. range, fully furnished
with colonial decor. $15,900
FP.
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
$18,395, fully furnished. ,
All prices include complete r
delivery and set up, 5'per cent
tax,, 200 gal. oil tank, one set
of wooden steps and reasonable lengths of service connection materials.
- We take Trades Including
Cars and Trucks -
Convenient on the spot bank
financing with 20% down payment. OAC. $1,000 govt, grant
"'*.-,  . is. available. - .
DOUBLE WIDES
Delivered and set up on your
property, guaranteed to be ac-
' cepted by municipality. Non-'
' basement,, and - full basement
ioundationjj plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve
wides. Forsfy$her information
. Call Caitect 525-3688
May be viewed ^t 6694- Kings-
way;" Burnaby
Member pf _the Western Mo-
bile^Ej[bjne Assoc.
M/SD.L. 25012
'    '    tori _'• " 8917-tfn
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AYERS   Mobile  Home   Park,
we. have rfecsiler. space available. Phon§j885-2375.  9968-tfn
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Sunshirik/Coast Mobile
Home Park and Sales
Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826
12x621 Statesman  2 bedroom,
3ay windqw, ;carpeted throughout,  extras/large  living room
nd bedroom. $13,500.
All models include 2 dr. frost
free fridges-,--deluxe ranges,
washers ant^'dryers, custom-
made furjflture, delivery and
complete se^jup. All taxes included, no hidden charges. No
extras to buy., 8922-tfn
WANTED TO BUY
SLIDE  projector.  Phone 885-
9043. 476-30
24 INCH Cedar shake blanks
• -wanted.. Phone 886-9697.
348-30
3 YARDS topsoil for Pathen-
bnCafe.   ,     ' 547-30
USED    furniture,    antiques,
bric-a-brac,' etc: We buy and
sell second-hand goods.  Log
' Cabin Antiques, 885-2952.
7,A ,        444-30
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LEGAL NOTICES
;t
Div.  of
Copping's Car Town Sal«?s Ltd.
Box  966, Sechelt, B.C.
885-2204 24 hrs.
MDL 5520
9641-29
Form No.  1
I^AND ACT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION
"""-   OF CROWN LAND •
In Land Recording District
of New Westminster and situated Earls-Cove.,
Take notice that Harry and
Jean Morrison of Madeira
Park, Occupation Marina Operators intends to apply for a
lease of the following described lands:
 District"Lot 6507,- Gr<5u_rl,
New Westminster District" and
containing 2.04 acres, more or
less.
" The purpose for which the
disposition is required is Marina,
' J. Morrison
H. Morrison
Dated, 29th May, 1974
I     9544-pub.Uune 12, 19, 1974
The layout, of a small house
Is an architectural problem,
unique In Itself, as anyone who
has ever tried to design his
own floor-plan has discovered,
In addition; the architect
usually has an over-riding
complication that really
crimps his style — the
command to do It nil on a low
budget,   .   ,
Hero Is A small house plan
where the house has .been
designed to Include every
feature usually found only In
much larger homos. Designed
over a full bnsomont, tho baBlc
40'«" lonp building has 1267
square feet of living space,
with optional garago and
storage nron of 250 square
feet, optional laundry and
lavatory areiv of 93 square
fool, and « covered porch of 31
feet, •
A major feature Is the
tcrroco for outdoor dining,
which has a barbequo built
Into t|io chimney of tho house,
SlldliiK felasB doors load
directly from Iho family room
to the terrace, and tho
placement of the kitchen
window allows for excellent
mipervlslon of lho play area,
•■~"*Thcro--,''-"ls'TO"'-flrstTot,e-
separation of living, servico,
nnd sleeping areas, tthc
hallmark of good small-houso
design), and a bathroom area
which, In turn, separates Iho
bedrooms" nnd provides forir
bnthroom In the master
bedroom,
Tho covered front entry wllh
Its Blone planter Is both
elegant and practical, while
rear entry to the house fan lx>
gained either from the gnrnRo,
or the terrace, There Is a
ncpjiratc basement entry,
Suggested exterior finish ls<
stone, with wood Hhlnglcs for
tho walls, Whatever, the
material — aluminum siding,
stone, or wood -■ simplicity
should be the keynote, .
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111, ■ nm ^(^iipw 1 '■  ,■■ "' wp-wWfc. 1.1  7  Page A-6 The Peninsula, Times  Wednesday, June 19, 1974    -  Arena News  7��� by Helen Phillips  HOW hard it is to think of ice when the  nice weather is finally here. But there  are a few people thinking all the time,  and the arena$|i'progressing.  Anyone interested in how you make  ice? ''"^-    -     ���   ���  First you put in yards of fill. Then you  add heating pipe��AThes,e pipes have warm  water runnin^jjjrough��� them to stop the-  perma-frost from"building up and, dam-,  aging the foundations. These pipes are  put 18 inches apart then covered1 with sand  from a depth *jp��$2 to 18 inches. On top-  of that is put^sryrofoam, then .the freezer  pipes are put down, four inches apart, and  covered with, a$$��r of sand. Then comes  the ice. I had' to ask about that because  I couldn't really figure out what you did.,  Our patient ^contractor explained to.  me that you turn-'on*the freezer pipes,  freeze, the sand, then .flood it, presumably  with just an ordinary hose; and you have  ice. The ice" is' ttfen' painted White and  hockey and curling marks are put on it,  then a toit more ice over top. Then we're  ready to skate.^ ���  The work parties at the arena have  slowed down considerably. We have the  paint but have had to cancel work parties  because we are.away ahead of ourselves.  Four die-hards were out there Tuesday  night and luckily no one'else showed up  because the carpenters have more'to do  and are using the lounge area.  -  The boards are now all up around the  rink and need, paint plus a second coat  to go on above -the bleachers. Once a  timetable gets established as to how long  some of these things will take,-it will be  easier to figure put what needs doing at  work parties and when to call them.  I must give a big thanks to Rheta  Higgs for all the phoning she has done  to get people for these work parties. This  is a pretty thankless job, when you have  to phone people and ask them to volunteer  their time, and I know she appreciates  every yes she gets.  The woman's auxiliary meeting was  held Thursday with a poor turnout. I  think a combination of school sports day  and hot sun had something to do with it,  and as the weather1 is turning so nice and  families will be going on holidays soon,  it was decided to adjourn for the summer. The meetings yill start again in  September.  A bake sale will be held in June. More  information on this in next week's column. Auxiliary, jjpembers will be asked to  bake and everyone is reminded to save  their old pocket" books as well.  . As of June 1 we have had a steady  manager on, payroll. He is Ted Fitzgerald  Jr. of West Sechelt. He is out at the arena  working most of the week, and I'm sure"  he would like to meet anyone who is interested in the arena, whether,you want  to ask questions or get a guided tour.  Ted and his wife Dorothy have two  jgrown children. Ted has spent 30 years'  in the armed services, including four years  in Germany and also time in Egypt. ���  ' The Fitzgeralds arrived here a little  over a year ago but are familiar to the  area because they visited his folks on  holidays in the 15 years they have lived  here. After living in many areas in Canada they, decided this was- the greatest  place to retire.  Ted holds his Red Cross life saving certificate, has been a junior recreation  swimming instructor, spent four years in  district scouting in the Kingston area, a-  mong his accomplishments, so we know  we have someone who is interested in  recreation and in children. He is a great  asset because managing an arena gives  you a wide scope of duty which calls for  more than just-being able to manage a  building.  Four homers for Wakefield  imed  LAST week's ifastiball action saw the Peninsula Hotel consolidate its position at  the top Of the league by winning its three  games by a comfortable margin. .  At Pender Harbour June 9, the league  leaders defeated the home team 13-0 and  12-5. Particularly notable were the returns  of Alec Skytte and Barry Leigh, who  pitched the Pen to its ninth and tenth  victories of the season.  Also impressive was the home run  punch of Ken Bland; who blasted his first  grand slam of the season and his'third  home run of the year.  The same day, Wakefield and Sandy  Heatly continued their winning streak  with a 10-9 victory over Gibsons Legion.  The win came after, the Inn players  spotted the opposition eight runs in the  first .innings.      i    .   ,  June 4, Wakefield stomped the Pender  crew 16-7 with Tom Hemstalk pitching for  the winners and Jim Gray!and Ian Yates  supplying the home run power.  Pen romped to a 9-1-win over the  Legion the same day with Lawrence  Stoochnoff - supplying four of the runs  with three home runs..  In June 6 action, the Legion fell again,  1 this time 4-2 to Roberts Creek. Lowell  Pearl was the winner in that outing.  June 11 saw Ross Joe pitch a three  hitter and pick up a 4-1 win over Pender  Harbour, while down in Gibsons,' Roberts  Creek walked over the Legion 16-5.  The Legionaires moved into the win  column June 13 by defeating Wakefield  10-6 in a game highlighted by Don Elson's  flawless' pitching.   ���  Jim Gray set a personal record last  week by hitting two home runs in as  many games.  LINE SCORES  - June 2:  Roberts. Creek 12, Pender Harbour 2;  WP-R. Henderson, LP-A. Dribnenki.  Roberts Creek'9, Pender 'Harbour 4;  -WP-S. Heatly, LP-D. Elson.  June 4:  Pender Harbour 7, Wakefield Inn 16;  WP-.T. Hemstalk, LP-A. Dribnenki, HR-  -I. Yates (1), J. Gray (1).  -  Pen Hotel 9, Gibsons Legion 1; MP-  Reynolds,  HR-L.   Stoochnofif   (3).  Gibsons Legion 2, Roberts Creek 4;  WP-L. Pearl, LP-D. Elson.  June 9: ,  Pen Hotel 13, Pender Harbour 0; WP-  A. Skytte, LP-A. Dribnenki, HR-K. Bland  (1).  Pen Hotel 12, Pender Harbour 5; WP-  B. Leigh, LP-A. Dribnenki, HR-B. Leigh  (1).  Wakefield Inn 5, Roberts Creek 9; WP-  G., Helmer,. LPaaS., Heatly..., t    .  June llr",; - "'��� * '     " [  Wakefield^-Inns 4, Pender Harbour 1;  WP-R. Joe,/LP-A. 'Dribnenki, HR-J. Gray  (1). (   ���      .)   ���  Gibsons Legion' 5, Roberts Creek 16;  WP-F. Redshaw,LP-D. Elson.  June 13:      ' r . ...  Wakefield Inn 6, Gibsons Legion 10;  WP-D. Elson, LPiS. Heatly, HR-J. Gray  (1).  LEAGUE STANPINGS  Team W  Pen Hotel 10  Roberts Greek 9  Wakefield Inn    7  Gibsons Legion    3  Pender Harbour : 0  HOME RUN LEADERS  J. Gray (Wakefield)  L  0-,  3  4  8  14  Pet.  1,000  .750  .636  .272  .000  GBL  2  3ft  7%  12  4; L. Stoochnoff  r  on Wednesday, June 19  ono of our representatives  Mr. J. E. KINSEY  will be, af  Bella Boach Motel/Sechelt, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Tel: 885-9561 (Sechelt)  886-9920 (Gibsons)  ^���������rfiT'..***  ��� r,.i  .^>��ie*Wwf"  ?** -a. -i  (Pen Hotel) 3; K. Bland (Pen Hotel)) 3;  P. Clach (Pender Harbour) 3; K. Eldred  (Roberts Creek) 2.        .  A WOMEN'S team from Sunshine.Coast  Golf Club finished second in a charity  fteld day held June 13 at Seymour Golf.  Course.  The local players, Norma Gaines, Vera  Munro, ' Doreen ��� Mathews and' Priscilla  'Leith, chalked up a net score of 60, only  four strokes behind the-winning Glen-  eagles team.  A second team, comprising' Jean Gray,  Audrey McKenzie, Wilma Sim and Audrey Jost, failed to place despite some good  play, ,  Over 100 women from throughout the  lower mainland competed in the event.  In June 11 women's play, Jean Whitlaw,  Evelyn Cooper and Maryke Crosby tied  for first place in nine holes of odd hole.  Top finishers in 18-hole play were: 1,  Vera Munro; 2, Wima Sim; 3, Priscilla:  Leith.   . .      ,  ^Wilma Sinv took pin round honors.  Rod 'n Reel  ���by Brian Baker  WELV th.3 sics , weather finally   arrived  - and with its arrival the temperature  '.the wr ter has warmed up and .changed the  fishing quite considerably this last week.,  Most springs are'being taken deep wifti  eight to 10 ounces of lead. Buccaneer  Marina reports some nice fish being taken  on troll early in the morning and late'  the afternoon but very slow during the  heat of the day. Tillicum Bay Marina reports, bluebacks slow but some nice sized  springs coming in. Egmont Marina has  had some bigger boats coming in with  - good catches from Scotch Fir Point. Coho  Marina has been steady with springs to  211 pounds boated.  For.the fisherman, out for the weekend  or for-holidays on the chuck, several resorts have 'good moorage for their customers while dining and relaxing off the  water. The Jolly Roger at Secret Cove has  'all the facilities for such a stopover. Lord  Jim's is another with excellent food and  accommodation. There is also some good  charter boats for hire for those people  wishing for big boat comfort and experienced guiding 'of coastal fishing spots.  ���With  summer and  warmer weather,  more frequent the outdoor trails hiking  encounters increases. This poses a problem  and camping, and the chance of wildlife  every year with people disturbing young  game animals and with a maternal feeling scoop up the "orphans" .to take home .  to feed. ������/'���'  In the case of deer, it is quite normal  for a doe to bed down her young and .  ' then go foraging for considerable time on  hef own. She has- not deserted her off- <  spring anymore -than a human mother  puts her child to sleep in the peace and  quiet of a bedroom while doing house  chores. An important thing to remember  is that animals urthe.forest are not pets,.,  and if'you don't you may have to contend'  with a very irate protective mother to  prove the point.-  ' By all means, observe their beauty and  freedom at a distance but, Leave Them  Alone! I  a. f ' t       ,  '  Till next week,,'Foolish'beginnings,  could have tragic endings. Good fishing.  j - - *,&  12" Bar atid Chain with carrying case.  Regular $134.95    CENTI  885-9626  886-2642  PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE 29th  If you're a senior citizen, tenant, properly owner or  run a small'business you may be eligible.  New provincial legislation is now in effect- with the  passage of two important pieces of legislation: The  Real Property Tax Deferment Act and The Renter's  Resource Grant Act.  What are the benefits to you?      v  Many-property owners in British Columbia have  ���now been given the option to defer payment of all or  part of their 1974 properly taxes,  ��� A new housing construction tax credit incentive ,  plan also is available to owners of vacant land.  As well tenants in our province are now eligible to  receive renter's resource dividend cash grants.  What are tax deferrals?  Tax deferrals are, in,effect loans from the ���  provincial government. The interest rate is a modest  8% a year. Your government encourages you to think  seriously about this program if youare eligible, You  may want to apply, you may not it's entirely up to you,  Who Is eligible for tax deferrals?  The pioneers of our soeiety, the home owners  aged 65 and over may now choose to defer payment  of all or part of their property taxes.  Widows, widowers, and handicapped persons  who own homes are also eligible to defer all or part of  their property taxes,  7,    Partial properly tax deferrals also are available to'.  owners of vacant home site lands and small  businesses whose 1974 properly taxes have gone up ,  ' more than 207o of the 1973 level; ������'  '...'.���"''  To defer or not to defer  ,,   Remembe/, you don't have to apply for properly  tax determent'just because you're eligible, It's your   (?_  decision, . ,       ;r,y, *  How does Ihe housing construction Incentive plan  work? ,<>'"?'-    y><"' ''      ,  People who own vacant lands (nay choose lo  defer portions of jho f^tdx Increase or) up to fivo  acres of land,; |f ,a horn�� js builfoh fhQ,pr6pqfty arid  occupied jpbiorb Dbc$mb0p3C,fl��76 lho provincial  government will cancel all the deferred taxes and  interest owing up tolthattime. You can save money  by building now and reduced tax credits will be,  available if the home is built after December 31,1975.  Do I have to move into the house to get the tax  credit?  No. You may rent the home to another party and.  ���still get'the;benefits. This legislation is designed to  encourage"job-creating housing construction now,,  allowing you the owner, to retain the new home for  your future plans.  How do I apply?  Tax deferral applications are now available at  municipal-offices and government agencies  throughout British Columbia or you may write for  applications directly to the Surveyor of Taxes,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  What if I have already paid my taxes?  That's okay. Get an application form. Your local,  provincial or municipal tax collector will be pleased  to help you make the necessary arrangements..  Refunds can.be arranged.  When can I pay back deferred taxes?  Anytime, You pay back part"or all of the amount  when you desire. There is no interest penalty payment,  What about tenants?  '��� Tenants in our province now are oligiblo for a ,,  renter's resource gra nt of $80 if they are 65 years or over,  '  Tenants under65, are eligible for a grantof ,$30,'  Application forms are available at governirient  agencies throughout the province or from, the   . ���. ���   ,  Department of Housing Renter's Resource Grant  , - Branch, '827 Fort Street. Victoria. ' '���,'���"  A special note to tenants over 65.  '' V Yburappjlcalion form for the $80 renter's grant   '  win be wailed to you soon,  Prornior and MlnlMor of Flnanco, Tho Hon. David Darrott  ^tfimsi  "       a. .*._. ^^1    _ *  J?'  tffcvUW . V*!!  I  ���.:���'��� 7.  7 ' , :.. '..:.���:.��� .. .\:.\\;'~\.:.::..:.:::r.  ::...  :.:.:: ....  at Gibsons Wildlife Club.  June 22nd - 1:00 pan.  Items ^can bo viewed all day Friday, June 21st  m*)mmaaimmmmmmmtm -fc..~  r^p*-. - *% -^' ' *. *  <>*"j**awvS'1 a��4____,',��r  F      *  '*'��**'V'i��iv.'.-  >!<* I  I-. v.- ������**^ ���  -'��� ��� H^ - -        JOT.. fl  .���'��� ' ��� .     ��� ��� '  r. (, ������ a ,���*���  Wednesdoy, June 19, 1974        Tho Pennlsulo Times Page A-7  H\ Hy7"> I  aa PI .!���_.  H   I  '        "A.  T7*  p\��B     -a  SICH1L?* COURTs HOUSE  7     UMLY BIRD BLOCK)  " i��[r.  Wharf eiBid lidlphi&i' St reefs, Sesh'elf  -  .- Information, transportation to polls ������' 885*2900.  H;mtHiw mm  or.  rtt-  /'  ��� .        c*  -   ��.  1 7 ���-. .>���-'���  " ���    ���   ���-  ������ ��r  .��  I. ..'-.  .  *  ������    ,           ������      �����  -  .  !������.'.��������� .' ..     '   "  '    ,       m          '                     "*���  ���    :  ���  .:���"���- ���'" ' '    '"  ��      ���'  ,  * '������'-. ���"���"���'����� -  *              ���             -f  ���'  ,  . V _���' -���.    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Looking on, in bat,is  romps home to win 400m race during , Verne Wishlove,, principal at Madeira  elementary schools track and field  .Plark Elemeritary School.      *   ' >  ,'-    *,-   THE GOVERNM&m^Of'Z���^  THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COW[01A  British Columbia Department of L��&dur  I  ���S8ve^c,  -.',**     ^    -���,*E,!_ J^f ifeib7��^^p,1_________i1_.*'       *..'*fc_fBjk ^*i  IT'S UP AND over for this young   elementary schools track and field  athlete as he tops the bar at recent   meet.  Shows well in B.C. championships . . .  ti+ZZPSZlmmmmi'.  A reminder .to employer, ond employees that etfecriv^,"June 3. 1974  "the General Minimum Woge'iit British Columbia incieased-a* follow;  '\  $2.50 per hour for omployoes IQ^ears of  age and over.'      ' ���>-l),-y-  _. , ban  $2.10 per hour for employeea 17 years of  age and under.  Further inquiries may be.directed to your nearest office of the,  British Columbia Department of Labour or, directed to the Department of Labour, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia.  I  ��^f ^--IJ!*'  ��  SECHELT Elementary School took first   ing at the recent B.C. elementary schools  place honors June 14 at the school    track meet at Richmond. There, the ban-  district track met at Langdale. tain boys sprint medley relay team took  This victory follows an excellent show-    first place among teams from throughout  the province.  '4 f  * v t �� i-"* %*���'���  anW^iqplHPWMifOTTO^  e o<  ,   N      ,1  V  r  ���'  f i  mm   ' ���"  *-*  mwmmimffAmm.  ishisig Tips  PRESENTED BY  UM  ��    ^ J:  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  FAVORITE FISH FOODS  i  1 The biggest single secret to  catching fish of any species is  figuring out what they like to eat,  and then giving it to them in either  ,a natural or artificial form. Fish  eat a multitude of things, but each  species has definite favorites and  that's what good fishermen concentrate on finding and presenting.  Generally, fish will cat other  fish, mollusks, worms, frogs,  leeches, all sorts of land and water  insects, eels, and a wide variety of  small land animals that inadvertently find themselves in the water  ��� like snakes, small birds, mice,  chipmunks and others. Usually, it  will be the larger fish that hit the  small animals,  Tho primary' diet of most fish  revolves around the natural foods  found in the waters they inhabit,  For example, smallmouth bass in  a crystal clear stream will feed on  crawfish, minnows, and hellgram-  mitcs. While they'll hit lures or  baits representing other forms of  life, ono of these three baits, or nn  artificial Imitating them, has tho  best chance of producing a good  catch.  At specific times of the year,  the presenco of certain insects will  p _*�� -��  ^  1tS��'' ���  ���tae  l %+.  ~~m- ~>^    ' Z   ^6'fa.     "* ?'m- . m\*.\m'  ���v  * \  *&*  iW'^jpsl'pf  drlvo fish into crniy feeding binges.  In Minnesota and other parts of  tho   north   country,   willow   fly  The' medley  team 'comprised Kenny    *  Miles  of  Roberts  Creek  school,  Albert  Dunsford,   Ronald   Gibson"  and   Alphy  George of all Sechelt school. ���  The boys also established themselves  as third best, bronze medallists in the 4x  100 relay, with Tim Enns running a leg  of that race.  Following are the final aggregate scores  for the district meet:  1. Sechelt, 295; 2, Gibsons, 251; 3, Langdale, .210; 4, Roberts Creek, 135; 5, Madeira Park,  121.  ,Irn ..ithe B.C.- .championships, Sechelt  athletes made the following'showings: ���\,  TYKES E ftT        ��� ^   . u . T.   ���     \ BRACING HIMSELF for landing is  1500 M-Joann Sigouin 9, Darcy Young ?2n 9' Jenny MacTavish 6, Liz Passmore one ^ m^ ^^ competitors at local  16, Ian^ MacTavish 17. "' elemen'fcary "schools track and field  High Jump���Greg Mottishaw 19, Kim        4x100 relay���Bantam boys  3, bronze metet heJd at Langdale school June 14'  August 11. medal, Tim Enns, Kelly Miles, Ron Gib- -������ 2 1  Shotput���Greg Joe 23. ' son, Albert Dunsford. - ' 7  mZSnaXFm T mm^mmt-       * "* ^-B-tam *h le-  Tyke girls 15. Bantam    boys���gold    medal,    Kenny  ������..  Miles, Albert Dunsford, Ron Gibson, Al-  PEE WEES Phy George.  1500 M���-Trevor Paul 18, Theresa Place  Discus���Darren Joe 15, Ian Joe 19.  Shotput���Darren Joe 23, Natan Gibbons 4.  80 M hurdles���Tammy Enns 14, Gor^  don Clayton 9, Ambrose George 14.  1000 M���Trevor Paul 23.  4x100 relay���Peewee boys 8.  Sp. Med. relay���Peewee boys 14, girls  13.  BANTAMS  10(XM���Albert Dunsford 21, Ron Gibsons 24.  1500M���Kenny Miles 8, Debbie, Maclean 21, Karen Hall 13.  800M hurdles���Alphy George 3, Tommy Gibbons 16, Ron Gibbon 6.  Sdiotput���4Ron Gibsos 18, Liz Passmore  U, Jenny MacTavish 23,  Discus���Alphy George 18, Jenny MAc-  Tavlsh 13.  Javelin���Alphy  George  0, Ron  Gib-  V fl'  To honour Canada, our land created by the, fusion of  .  two founding cultures, enriched by the contribution of many  -' , other cultures, fatherland of all Canadians; v?  To  honour this   country,    home   of   over   22,000,000  people, proud of their heritage and the freedom they'enjoy;  To honour this land of peace and prosperity, this promised land of untold resources;  ���;0 -iff.- '* To honour this country which is ours, of which we all  |l,a -Sre* proud, I hereby proclaim the week of June 24 to July 1  "CANADA WEEK".  Thus 1 invite the citizens of THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ��.'/    to celebrate rit, by striving to know our country better, by flying  our flag and displaying our symbols. ,,.  n       r  cJLaurent cJLabonh  .aurem  MAYOR  aiiiiiminimiiiiimmmiimim��iMiniiimnBnmii  iiiiHmumipirig  ���^ ,1,-)\'  NOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Ratios  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 ��� 885-2528  885-2151 ovonlngo  hatches in July nnd early August  cause such tremendous feeding  sprees that tho natives don't even  call tho willow flies by their right  name. Thoy just refer to ,tho Wsh  Ply Hatch.  Mayflies, In both tha adult and  nymph stages, aro popular trout  food on many streams across tho  country, Smart anglers havo n  largo number of Mayfly rnttcrns  tied in various sizes, so they can  largo number of Mayfly rnttcrns  tied in various sizes, so they can  match tho hatch when It occurs.  When there is no hatch of Mn)  flies, they'll drift Mayfly nympfi  When there is no hatch of Mny-  ey'll drift Mayfly nymphs  through the fast runs ami along tho  7 ������ 'V  bottom of tho deeper holes to offer  Mr. Trout one of his favorite blue/  plate specials, 7.  Dragonfllcs, damsclflics, stone-  flics, water scorpions, wAtcrbiiBS,  , and dobson flics are favorite wator  Insects for flsh, In season, crickets:"  catalpa worms, grasshoppers nnd  many other tcrrcstlnl Insects will  produce as well or better than  aquatic Insects,  Whether you'ro fishing with  natural bnlt, or imitating it with an  artificial lure, it's good lo remember-(the old ntle of thumb that n  little bait is for small jflth, while a  big bait Is for big flsh.  Stndy tho species you want to  flsh for both In tho field and In All  tho literature you can And on him,  Learn his favorite foods nnd how  ho likes them. Then go feed tho  flsh with a barbed surprise t\fih[ in  the middle of the meal,  I-   ^l**"*"**''^- *U���m Ti,   .-,  -**7ffilil ��� ~-     ill'  9 -A*i%'iW^*?  mjracllltl  ���jfiSit  mjrull   eUjininQ-cJmOunac   mj?acilitie&  O  BREAKFAST: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. dally  O LUNCH: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. dolly  PflfkBSkfliSra�� SUNDAY thru THURSDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 0:00 p.m. u  MlW.fi.9 FRIDAY ond SATURDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  /  O    SATURDAY b ROAST BEEF NIGHT    O  >.p. '   phiip" 1  ' ' '"i11"'" ���'"���,; "��� '  '  "' ' ""'"'    '  O TOP ACCOMMODATION  �� COVERED HEATED .POOL  WE CATER TOrBUS!^ -  DAISQUETS ��� RECEPTIONS ~ BRIDGE PARTIES  SPECIAL tVIIWI-HOLIDAY PACKAGE  For your 2nd Honeymoon, Annlvoroary, oto.  fVJOORAQE FACILITIES  Seerot Covo, B.C.  Phono for roaorvatlon &8B-B898  New brewed in BiitisliCblMitibia  Carlsberg has long bcon the'vvbrl<r.j most exported Lager beer. Now  Carlsberg, the glorious beer ol' Cqpenhagen, Is brewed right here  In British' Columbia, And1.bl'cniise ItYnow brewed here, you cart  en)oy Carlsbergl'reNh Irom the Brewery. '  Carlsberg,,. brewed with all the riklll and tradition of Denmark to  the taste of Canadian beer drinkers',' blscover Carlsberg for yourself.  Tlie Carl ing Breweries lid.  ' \ .'I  1,'v  m  W  ���.*f.|h      ��� ��P\ l   >fv **     ��')     f^ ^ftre^kftftfc$;.*,vl  _.    I      4.       ������  :_if_ibu_ _u-~i^"-i-i.'*^S3?3r7Ji��5-    Lfr-i"*-"-'- v**-���%��� ��*"*  mamJj.a.mlm.m.      w^r*      Jf-*. J*.*^"^ -���" ���   yJ___}MF^&' **     ^Ifa  rrr-ya^jtartr^ii-J;^:  'I      <   ' J'SHWL V'tl    �� a~^  '* .  fir   "    *T *!�����;   *�� ���\w  ';>..'���    ASK FORFREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONED Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235     ,  Vancouver 689-5838  BOX J28, SECHELT, B.C  (E. & O.E.)  CORNER OF, TRAIL AND COWRIE  :'**  ��>  ����!��  RESCUERS STRUGGLE to free occupants of late model Barracuda after vehicle was in collision ' wSlth  sohool bus in Sechelt June 16. Driver  Randy Joe and. four passengers were  rushed to St. "Mary's Hospital ���with  suspected serious injuries.  ���photo by Neal Beokeitt  Five injured-  in cat smash.  r��  SECHELT���Rjuvjy  Joe  of  Sechelt and  four passengers4n his car were rushed  to Sit. Mary's Hos.pital June 16 after the  ' vehicle was dn collision with the Indian  Band school bus at the' junction of Highway 101 and "Wharf Road.  At The Times' Sunday deadline, no information was available on the condition  of Joe or his passengers, but injuries are  believed to be serious. I  At the time of the accident, around  6:30 p.m., the bus was crossing the intersection and about to enter Dolphin Street  when it was struck on the left side by  the Joe vehicle, a late model Barracuda.  ROMP said that charges are pending.  t  The Captain's Dinner  is smorgasbord theme  SECHELT���'Fall smorgasbord theme of  the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's,  Hospital will be the Captain's Dinner and  will be held Nov. 19, members were told  at the last regular meeting for the summer June 13.  Mrs. Margaret Humm will convene the  winter merry-go-round bridge.  Hairdressdng will only be done for the  extended care urard during July and August as the women are prepared for visits  from their families and friends during the  ��� summer holiday season.  As there are no applicants for the  Sechelt auxiliary bursary, it will be offered to the Pender Harbour branch as it  is understood that they have two applicants.  Mrs. Paula. Gibbpns, volunteer chairman, has resigned and is being replaced  by Mrs. Dorothy Carter.  Qutbrleales of (spruce budwown occurred in 1704 in Eastern Canada.  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times   '       , Wednesday, June 19; 1974  Increase housing . . .  propose outs in  by Harry Olaussen  CANADIANS actoss the country face, a  -housing crisis that has made it virtually impossible for the average person  to purchase a home.  Throughout 1973 and so far in 1974,  the cost of new and resale houses has  continued to increase, placing home ownership out of reach for the average family.  The stock response of the Liberals to  the problem is to increase mortgage' rates  in order to push more families out of the  market and hopefully reduce prices along  with demand. One would have.thought  that a more sensible approach would be  to increase' the number of houses available and to control those costs���such as  ���land which are 'contributing heavily ito  the increase in prices.  In any event, the most recent increases  in mortgage rates���from.! 9.5 per cent in  "late 1973 to 12 per cent in May, 1974, have  not reduced demand.  The, New Democratic Party has proposed that the banks, and other lending  institutions be compelled to allocate a  certain proportion of their funds for mortgages at a fixed-- 6 per cent interest  rate. These mortgages would be available  to low and average income families on a  priority basis.  The 6 per cent mortgage rate cannot  be seen in isolation. It must be accompan  ied by measure to control the' other costs  of housing���that is, land, materials and  developers profit 'levels; otherwise, the  savings from lower interest rates would  be diverted into the pockets of the developers through higher house prices.  The TO>P government of British Columbia hasi recognized the problem posed  by land speculation and has set aside $50  million in 1974-75 for the. acquisition of  land and the development of family and  co-op housing. However, in order for the  provinces to act in any effective way;  more federal funds are needed to finance  land assembly programs.  Both Trudeau and Stanfied have billed  themselves as the one person determined  to help the little guy. So far, all they  have proved themselves capable of is  condescension.  To control'housing costs I would continue to push for the introduction of a  capital gains tax covering 100 per cent,  of all capital gains on land and buildings  and the elimination of 'other tax loopholes which encourage speculation in land  and drive up the cost of rental housing.  GIBSONS RURAL    ' #6-3-154  Over 8 ocres clay1 loam soil 6 acres in woods with stream through.  Fronts on two roads, very old cottage on regional water. $38,000.  terms. Jack Warn, 886-2681.  SELMA PARK - CUTE & COZY . #17/��-201  Two bedroom cottage, completely remodelled w/w rugs throughout,  4 piece coloured plumbing, elec. heat. Small fenced yard, good  garden. Lovely view. Economical retirement. F.P. $18,500. C. R.  Gathercole, 886-2785.  SECHELf - 1 BR HOUSh '      #3-209  One' bedroom house on nicely treed % acre lot with some fruit  .trees/private driveway, smair garage, garden shed, f'' services,  short walk to shopping centre, beach and school. $32,000 on  terms or $28,500 cash. PAT MURPHY - 885-9487 evenings.  V- mmm^mm^a^mi^maa ^mmamaaam  T.  GIBSONS (Davis Road near * Sunnycres't) #5-3-198  Level, cleared corner lot (65'x120') on quiet residential street,  - handy to shopping, bus, schools etc. Fine new homes all around,  r proposed park nearby. F.P. $12,000. CALL JACK WHITE, 886-  -2935 evenings.  SECHELT INLET-NEAR MARINA #3-169  A good lot 50x217' water & hydro, for the boater., j����rtjdlstance  to marina, only 5 miles from Sechelt. Asking price $8,00O, offers  considered. Suitable for permanent or summer home, Peter Smith,  885-9463. c  ROBERTS CREEK (Metcalfe Road) , #11-3-191.  Level wooded lot) close to beach,'hydro & water available.'Zoned  R-l. F.P. $11,000. Jack White, 886-2935 eves.    "  CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP! #2QB-3-158  Water'view-hydro-piped water-space for vacation,trailer-ready to  use-mountains-creeks-trees-easy boat & beach access. Extraordinary price $7,500. cash-but-try on offer on terms. Robt Kent,  885-9461, eves. \V. s  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - REDROOFFS AREA #3-172  1% acres on Redrooffs Road, 80' waterfront ond 150' on road.  Lovely view with a couple of good building sites, good soil for  gardening, access,to beach. F.P. $27,500. Pat Murphy, 885-9487  . , -,     .      eves.       ' ' -  . "���  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS (Near,Davis Boy) #16-3-127  Good sized lots available in this new restricted subdivision. Prices  from $6,750 to $15;500. Pick yours now. Jack White, 886-2935  eves.  34 ACRES - VIEW! , L  , .      4 .#5''H  4 bedroonr home, 2 cabins, new bam, chicken and goat sheds, on  34 acres. Selectively cleared, southern exposure, wide angle view.  Road frontage of 3 sides. An exceptionally fine property. $90,000  ' down on full price of $170,000. Try your offers. Lee R. Brown,  885-2235 (24 hrs).  dQSBPIDQQ   QQQDQQDSDQQOQiDBDPSSEI  I  HAWAII ��� MEXICO TOURS  BOOK NOW FOR IR1EXT WINTER  EXPO '74 WORLD'S FAIR, Sechelt Motor Transport ��� FOUR DAYS $96.00  Departures every week.  FOR FREE BROCHURE PHONE YOUR  LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT:  885-2910 or 922-0221  I  5  ��  i  G__3 m a E3 �� HBI3I3@BBBBBBBB  %% E3QEII3E1EIEJE3  SELMA - HAVIES ROAD    * ��� f.   . .#1��-3:?13,  Finest opportunity for smoll investment you will find in this idear  location! Water line is within 300' of this large lot-so-you don t   .  have to pay the water tax! Hydro nearby also easy access from  . Hwy. 101. 152' on Havies Road x 98' deep will al ow 2 lots when  water applied. Terms-F.P. $10,7,00. Questions! Robt Kent,  885-9461 eves.  GRANTHAMS * n . JU     . .^?''1_?J  Two cottages on waterfront. Privacy, good beach, good moorage.  '  Grand view. Terms on $35,000 leasehold 17 years present lease.  Jack Warn, 886-2681.  GIBSONS - RETIREMENT OR STARTER #5/0-181  Attractive single bedroom cottage, propane furnace, stone tire-  place.- Situated ,on quiet Franklin Road, one block from beach.  Choice, level fenced lot-on sewer. The house is shabby but full  price of $19,000. provides generous allowances for renovation  by handyman purchaser. C. ,R. Gathercole, 885-2785.  WOODED ACRE ON REDROOFFS ROAD. #3-166-  This is an Ideal investment for potential future subdivision, roaas  on tree sides are gazetted. This lot has o southerly exposure and  is gently sloped to the road. Electricity available Agood sitetj*  a permanent home or a summer vacation hideout P.P. 515,uou,  .  terms available. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487.  CARIBOO - 35 MILES NORTH OF WILLIAMS LAKE #3-211  Build your home in the drier Cariboo area an this 5.6 acres ot  timbered,land. 60ff highway frontage, McLeese lake nearby, also  a resort. $7,000 down, pay balance of $20,000 over 10 years.  ^Fuller details -v Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  ACREAGE - SOTHERN EXPOSURE        ���   ��� . J3./],32  Gentle slope to this treed acreage. Land size 4.6 acres. Building  site selectively cleared. Serviced with hydro & water source ��di-  cated   There Is a good view from this property. F.P.  $Z4,yuu.  Lee R. Brown, 885-2235 <24 hrs).  ALL HARD WORK IS DONE! f1^3"21?  Nearly all the rockery work completed on this nicely landscaped  view lot. About 1,000 sq. ft. of home with % basement. Auto oil  furnace close to easy beach access. All for reduced price of  $24,950 cash price. ROBERT KENT, 885-9461 evenings.  WATERFRONT HOME ON DAVIS BAY #3-177  Homes in this area very seldom come on the market because once  oeople are lucky to obtain a piece of the best waterfront on the  Sunshine Coast, they are very reluctant to let It go ��� ,so now  is your opportunity to own b charming home on 60 feet of lovely  beach; 2 bedrooms on main floor, beautiful dining room with  bay window, living room with fireplace, outside verandah and a  rustic tree house ��� a nlco place to watch the sun go down, also  full basement with two unfinished bedrooms, k>vely landscaped  grounds. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487. FULL PRICf $64,700.  4.6 ACRES - MASON ROAD ' '      *3-*]7  Peacefullness surrounds you as you walk through the ParMiKe  setting. Beautifully treed. Frontage on ^��n M, Gentle slope.  Not  In  land freeze. F.P.  $27,500.- Lee R.  Brown,  885-2235  (24 hrs). ,  *       at'  ���ft��  7  7n  ���a u _�� T    ���%       ��� ���"!   ���   �� T A  r^aaw       r" r    am  It   . -*-JJ*~~, r��J V-~   '��� ��� ��-   V..*'i  ���v. ���'  'Y?,M,:��*\r.r-. ,-,��� <.;*������  -  ,  .�����  ���.  ���       '   '*'      ' '  "^ /"  Z mmmJmm\^Lj   ^^   ^   \   ^   -T���  &v  r-  -iv t  HIGHWAY 101 - OPPOSITE GOLF COURSE jf3/135  Addtox 9 5 acres of wooded property, some clearing. 66P front--  a^e w'hlahway, 848' depth. South slope towards ocean. Privacy  Kuty TerSSon full price of $50,000. Peter Smith, 885-9463,  , '  .  eves.  VIEW! AND MORE I     #19:3-203  Extra lama lot having view possibilities. City water and hydro available  on application. Short walk to easy  boat and beach. Payed access Rea-  wnable at $12,500 terms. ROBERT  KENT, 885-9461 evenings,  DAVIS BAY - WATER VIEW LOT     ' ^t3*,0,3,3,  Water & hydro to this treed view lot on Chapman Road. 75x131  and all useable. View is excellent. New homes in this area.' F.P:  $14,000 - we present offers. Peter. Smith, 885-9463 eves.  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK #3-214  Large treed view lot on Hiway  101.  In orea of new homes.  200x117'. Fully serviced. Gentle slope. F.P.  $20,500. Lee R.  Brown, 885-2235.  VILLAGE - NEAR WATERFRONT #3-216  200 feet to beach on level road access. A view that s unparalleled  of Sechelt Inlet. Colonial style front cathedral- entrance to  beautiful living room, a delightful, fully enclosed kitchen, easy  nook plus three bedrooms on main floor. Full basement, large  sun deck. Requires viewing. Appointment call  BOB,  885-9461  evenings.  SELMA PARK,- VIEW ,LOT ,     #3-085  Westerly view, lovely lot 073'x62') all services available. Cleared,  ready for building. F.P. $11,000. PAT MURPHY 885-9487 eves.,  TUWANEK " #208-3-146  Nicely situated near new home on view lot, close to beach. Big  living room,-2 (maybe 3) bedrooms etc. Well built by owner, lot  landscaped, driveway in. $38,500 full price. JACK WHITE, 886-  2935 evenings.  DAVIS BAY - 2 BEDROOM HOME }}���}!!?.  Good water view from this home on Laurel Street, lot size 60x150 -  ���only two blocks to sand beach. Low investment for retirement.  F P. $35,000, owner considers reasonable offers, also terms.  Vancouver can't match this price. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.    -  SEE-THRU HOUSE #17-3-212  A-fine style of architecture especially suited to panoramic water-    ���  front location which gives the feeling you're floating above Trail  Islands. We must insist that you make an appointment. You may  enquire about price at the same time. ROBERT KENT, 885-9461  ' evenings.  WEEKEND PAD ', #1'"3:17<i  At the foot of Mason Road. We have an easy access waterfront  property, with a 2 bedroom home plus a self-contained 1, bedroom  apartment. Just right for the weekend crash plus a rental income  the year round.  Questions?  ROBERT KENT,   885-9461.  SIDE-BY-SIDE VIEW LOTS - SUNSHINE HEIGHTS #3-167/68  Two lovely view lots, all serviced and cleared, ready for building,  five minutes from new arena and a short walk to beach. Future  marina for aporox. 200 boats and beach. Bring a friend and buy  them both and become residents of what will be a mdst exclusive  residential area. Full price $13,000 and $14,000. PAT MURPHY,  885-9487.  EUREKA ROAD (SARGEANT BAY) - ' i*23;3-.1^  Level wooded lot, hydro available, only six miles from Sechelt.  Many are now building in this area, ideal for summer homes or  retirement. $8,000 full price. JACK WHITE, 886-2935 evenings.  SECHELT VILLAGE^ INDUSTRIAL - WITH HOME #3-155  Here is nearly half an acre, in the village, level ground, zoned  industrial, and has 965 sq. ft. home as well. Live here and  develop your own business on the property. Full price in low oo s.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  TRAILER PARK FOR MOBILE HOMES #19-3-110*  This has to be the best investment opportunity ever presented by  this agency. Both for capital gains and everyday business. Approx.  6 acres outside land freeze, with 18 trailer spaces (plenty of room  for expansion) plus o 4 bedroom house. Heated pool ana,many  extras. Full price $195,000 on terms. ROBERT KENT, 885-9461'  evenings.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - REDROFFS ROAD #3-l'3<5?  Two side-by-side, approx. 1% acres each. Fantastic waterfront  view lots, 100' each on nice pebbly beach, level orea or> roqd for  building site and/also a level area at the beach. This area Is  steep but what a panoramic view of the Georgia Straits and  Vancouver Island.; Come and see, these. jots by .^riving along,  Redrooffs Road till you see the sign SECHELT AGENCIES and then,  call PAT MURPHY* 885-9487 evenings. Full price $18,500 each.  REDROOFFS ROAD (Near Welcome Beach) 7 ' #26-3-184  Big lot (100x510') understood to be on local water system. Usted  fo? $14,000 on terrfts. Try your offer. JACK WHITE, 886-2935  i evenings. '  1.  I  s  You've got to.be In It to win It, so buy ��U tho tickets you canl Tlokotaftvallabto from.,,  community .Icrvlco orgnnlzntlons or phono 681-9461 lor ticket snles Informntlon.  WW^_^P��WWIW��WWWIWI����"^����"<��,11^"|  I    rionta tend mo ... iSnvo ilia Ocplieiim Lottery llcknl(i) At M,00 per llckei., |,  J    rieuM lend we ,,,,S��v��.l)�� Orpheum Lottery IrooWi) ot 10 llck��um ���  I.  120,00 per txmk, J  I.��..^^^,^.^,rx^%.yin;iikt&stmotmrit-notrRwtrMiTTANeKisnrrcrt>*rr>. ������������ I  |   Do no| KlKtcmtt In itie mull M��H mww? order or cheque pebble w |  ' |   Suva tho Orpheum Lottery. I  |     NAMR.,., AMOUNT ENO.0SKD 1���,     j  ,1       ...     ,    ������.'������  I     ADDRESS, , ,  p. a .i.l.a....,   I  I    CITY...... i.tt.'.M*.  I'lWNR,.; a i    I  FlratPrlJte.    $100,000  Second Prize; $23,000  Third Prizes   $13,000  6PrlXGSof$l,O0Qench  P Early Birds Draw*  of $6,000 each  PIU out nnd r��tum ihli coupon tot  Suva lho prphewm Lottery,  RO. Box 11,000, Vancouver V6H -tTi  >       '   ' ' f ���  I  A.aihorlit*tl hy the province <>( HrltUh Columbia!    |  under licence number 11.117 jj  MINI-FARM .'WAKEFIELD v  AREA - WEST SECHELT #3-215  This mini farm can be, yours, approx.  4% acres cloared and fencod With a  small orchard In northwest corner.  Lots of sunshine In this area, moklna  It tho best farmlnfl soil around. There  Is an oldor typo 3 BR homo, opprox.  1200 sq. ft. With 16x12'cbbln next  to mali> house. Also a 32x28' born, a  20x50' equipment shed workshop.  . TheroJ��a.woll,pn.Jho.Prpperjty&and  wator rlahts can bo applied for on tha  crook whlc|i runs closo by. To rotlra  ond havo enough'to keep you busy>  this l�� It. For apmlntrmnt to vlow  call PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 avo��.  Full price $65,000. Terms.  ,  SECRET COVE. ' . "MnA _ ,���.  WATERFRONT LOT N #30-4-138  .. Located In a Httlo covo, mlnutos from  marina, about 100 foot of, shoreline.  Lot Is lovol and wooded, wator.system  available. Ideal for summer home,  $15,000 F.P, JACK WHITE, 806-  2935 evonlno��.  DESTVIEWII. #2-5) 7  South slopol A,view out over lho Is.  lands will be available upon pmdont  folllna of trees on this 07x157' ot.  We hove the boalnnlno of this vlow  started, why not soo for yourself?  Need asMstonce? Call Rbr(Kent,805-  9461 ovonlnas for terms. Cash prlco  now $12,9007 llmltod time,  BEFORE THE ���"'��_,��',������  FERRY SAILS . �� #49-3-200  From Earls Covo ferry landing why  not moke and tok* tlmo to drive over  Jervis Inlot Rood and vlow tho outlook, Seo our slon mounted on a tree  on this lot with proven well water oe  an extra bonus, Priced at $11;900,  on excellent, buy from ROBERT KENT  885.9461 Or 805-2235 (24 hours),  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "TJny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  ' maaaaaaaanammammammmmnaaaMmaaammaaaaaamannmammnaaammammaammaumammm  EVERY MONDAY���-1:45 p.m., Community Hall Roberts Creok,  Elphlnstono New Horlxons carpet bowling, cafds A. fl|ms.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Socholt Loglon Hall, Socholt TOPS Club,  now member* wolcome.  EVERY WEDNESDAY~8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building, Sechelt.  EVERY WEDNERDAY���8 p.m. Introductory Lqcturo on Trancondontal  ,   Meditation. l,MaS. Contro, CSIbsons.   ���; .  EVERY THURS.���8; 00 p.m., Bingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  THURS. afternoon! "TOPS" mooting at Public Hoalth Centre, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ���,��� 1.3.p.m., Gibsons-United Church Wpmen'n Thrift ���...,  Shop, Also first Saturday of each month, 10 o.m, to 12 noon  during summor months. ���    .  ���  '   ,  OPEN SATURDAYS'��� 12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Creek Library.,,;  Juno 20���7:30 p.m,, Gibsons United Church Hall, LA, to Guides and  Brownlos coffee party. All Interested welcomo.  Juno 22���2 p.m,-6 p.m. Socholt Garden Club Flower Show ot St.  Hilda's Hall, Socholt. , '   '  Juno 22���1 p.m., Gibsons Wildlife annual auction.  Juno 22~il :00 p.m.. Gibsons Wildlife annual auction. Hems can be  viewed all day Friday, Juno 21st,  Juno 22���2-6 p.m. Sechelt Garden Club Summer Flower'.Show of St.  Hilda's Hall, Sechelt, Raff lo, plant sale and door prlxo.  June 25���1 {30 p.m., Community Day of Prayer, Calvary Baptist Church,  Pofk Road, Gibsons. All welcome.    ,   ��� .  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  MultlpU Listing Service  Vancouvor  Real   Kstato    Poard ������-������,������'  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  i  AG'ENCBES'4TD.:  Phone 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 120, Socholt, B.C.  ..'..���    . . - Vancouver Phono 689��583B.Mw^Mm^_M^m,,^.w  , ^sw^:^jcs.^^iU^ss  iVgssmwsimW 1    \  Iff'.-  Si* *  * b,\ T _���  to  ���mm.    0  J.  t*  �� ����� * 1  W i * *  1 ��� I - * *l  . t  r %  *       ^   i   V  * -�� i-1 t l  Section B  Wednesdby, June 19, 1974  Pages 1-8  Canadian iilm  Kindergarten plans shelved by board >      t  PLANS for a kindergarten class at Lang-    ferred"to Roberts .Creek to, start a kinder-"  dale have toeen"shelved by the school    garten program there,, ,'-</.'      "     :  ��** ta��� m �� poor r^nse from . Jft^mmttmlT. "*1  Parents. -   ;        ,                        ,   ^    ; The superintendent sadd that the ninev  "   "Only nine, children    have been re- children registered for kindergarten, at  gistered," supt. Roland Hanna told trus-. Langdale would.be bused to the existing  tees June  13. "This is > not a sufficient -class in. Gibsons. ��� ���    '  number to run a kindergarten." ��� ,' ����� ���������'���, ���    ������  THe suggesitedthat'thcteacher slated to - Ppreste .help, 7 regulate, soil moisture'  run the Langdale mass, Should be trans- by delay ing. snow'sneK itt'th* spring.  ft-A -in  U'"*M^  \&4-r4tf*mJFr.JL  BOB Elliott's film; The Inibreaker,'wMch 7, Native Land.   ",y\ ���>   . '   .'  held its -world'.premiere ,at, the'.'Orj-, 7-Christopher George (Roy McRae) star-  pheum Theatrei'last, week, -will be .seen, red as,Sgt. Troy in the Rat Patrol ,tv  soon at Gibsons, .Twilight Theatre/ said, series and as a'hero in The Immortal and  manager Ray Boothroyd. .7; l^.ajppeared in . several (movies. He'is the  .    Elliott,  of-tfortiv Vancouver, <'filmed ,>"���� foldout in Playgirl Magazine,  his epic in Alert Bay and except for steui ?" Johnny Crawford,  who plays  Roy's  Christopher George >and Johnny ��� Ctmrl    younger brother, Chris, starred for five  ford, the cast'and production crew"-ar|" "years as Mark McCain in The Rifleman  Canadian.    "��� WW.   . " ��"���'"���" i     and. has appeared in Hawaii-iPive-O and  . The TWbre^k^r, i? .the story ofiChrfe ' other tv series, and movies.  McRae, a ptuden^.tmaeious to ��o his\own " Producer Bob Elliott formed his com-  man 'but depep^t\on money sent.tb pany iri' Vancouver in 1971.  him by his fasliepfi^brother, Roy.- -y ' "j. / The Inibreaker is the first of many fea-  Chris leaves Jiitf.&rauie home and (goes tures he. plans to produce and distribute,  to join Roy in .��\PaOiBic Coast fishing7vil- . Director George McCowan is also a  lage but finds���that his brother caniiotWCanadian -who .has, .directed CBC tv  provide a (jdb *for7 him on the two^mari' tdramas as well a$\Am,erican ones.   ���  fishtooat Chris 'finds.* job with a Musk-  . ; :���  rat, a.fbrawiing,Indian,fisherman'who is.     "  Roy's hated rival. v ^    -   "   ,. '7:  < Chris' loyalty' is now divided between. - l  his brother arid his employer. When'they^  fight,, Chris manages to force them' to  settle <their. 'grudge in a (fishing' contest.  The outcome only inflames their antagonism further .and leads to a violence  Chris failed' to.'foresee and an independence he did not'anticipate.  Canadian star in the film'is Johnny  Yesno CMJuskraty'an Ojdbway' Indian who'  has performed'in'Several films and,-urttil  recently, was'thV-tio^'imd, associate7pro-  ducer of theVCBC* radio promanv Ou*  ��� -1 y ��� ^' ���-���^���  aaBa^^BBgpBigs  ,   P   H   I   a  m.     ' - . I   ��  1   '  �� ��. {  t * i a a  1 1 %& '  GIBSONS--The regional district has invited village council to participate' in  MARLA SCHNEIDER, 17, is   this records and being with fnends. Re  week's featured Sea Cavalcade Queen ceritly, Mania took part in a Bftadewt a proposed regional parks acquisition and  contestant. In future weeks, we will exchange trip J�� Quebec. .As member maintenance scheme. 7  introduce remaaning^ five entrawfis. of a local youith group, "I get to know first park to faU under regional con-  Maria is a grade' 11 student at El- a lot of kids my own age." After she SJnS^ JS^SXLi2"^S!^S��  Itoistone ' Secondary School. Pas- graduates, Maria would like to take S��l^^ secretary-treasuter Eric  times include reading, Ustening to a teaching course at UBC.  ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^  -- would be administered by the/ proposed'  Impressed by Indians ��� ��� ��� regional body, with maintenance funds   ^r ;���:     " '                             ' coming from an additional tax levy im-  dtr\ *P1�� posed throughout the* district  oprbelling ^^^>^zig%.  ture requirements (of the regional parks  9   mo  ' '_____   > -1   body) would be limited bjr budgetary ,'qpri-  "trol 30"as nost to exceed"bneJ quarter ��:  one mill' which, at present net taxable  SO PAR on his Coast Chileotin re-elec-   interview said that he was greatly im- values, would raise approximately $14,000  tion swing Harry Olaussen has visit- , pressed with the progress made by the to provide for capital debt service chared two Indian Reserves.              ' -             Indian people during the two years he ��<* and P81* maintenance costs.  At the Sechelt Reserve Olaussen vis-   *at in Parliament. He said that council's support of the  ited  with the  band manager  Clarence        "Much of the credit must go to the ^gional park concept would   'faciktate  Joe and his son Gilbert during his first   Indian people generally for the increa- ^e Pr��se��W contemplated acquisition of  week of campaigning for the July 8 fed-   sed activity on their part. They've wor- ^f^8 ^rf*!* ��    P       *>urPoses on a  eral election , ked hard and this  is reflected in im- shwed-cost ba&s.  '    Last week Olaussen visited the SU-   Pavements at all levels in the Indian ^^J^^.f9^^^ ***  ammon Reserve near PoweU River and   community". ESw  SS^S   rSw?fl��iJ %  met with Chief Joe Mitchell. At both        Olaussen pointed to housing, and land JJJiS+frt^f r^��o^w^����� S^fo�� ���  stops Olaussen canvassed door to door,    claims  as the two  most  crucial issues jgjjf ^'��e remaininfi one-third ****��  met  with  the   residents   and   discussed   facing the Indian community.             *  their problems.                                                   "Most of the housing needs are be-  The incumbent candidate in a recent   _ng met at the reserves I've visited recently but there still is much to be done.  Future action is being planned to alleviate overcrowding and sub-standard living arrangements on all reserves."  Olaussen felt the NDP's balance of  power position in the minority government elected in 1972 enabled his party  to exert pressure on the Trudeau administration to deal with long standing  Indian grievances such as the matter  of land claims.  "This issue is important to tho Indian people and will no doubt be an  issue in the present election campaign.  Tho,NDP caucus were pleased to be in a  position to force the government to  start to negotiate the land question in  various parts of Canada including Coast  During the past few months, the  International Woodworkers of  America has pursued a policy of  good faith bargaining in its  negotiations with the Forest  Industry.  The companies  have chosen  not to adopt  the same  reasonable  attitudes  towards  many of our  demands.  With this kind  of stubbomess  we are left  with only one  option.  raised locally.  Council  tabled  the matter until its  nexst meeting.,  Since a worker's labour is the  only effective commodity he can  deny the company, we have  now taken a strike vote among  our membership and received  overwhelming support. If a strike  is the oply way  \   to show we  mean business,  then that's the  route we'll have  to take.  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Proctor, Managing Editor  ���UU��JWU��UIMU'U��U��WUUMmiM1����IIMT>��in_W  ���Mimmwi  9  1' ���  JU>^24ta,J'ulyi_lm^ks(Ca9ada,Week,   zens in all provinces manifest their de- -  .     a concerted effort by a large group of   sire for communityv of spirit, of values  people in ali"ptt>vihces to bring Canafl- * and of ideas. 7  ians of (Uffereoyaackgrounds to a better With concern for their fellow man as  understanding of one another. a basic premise, Canada .\Veek hopes to  Durmg'Canada week, a once-a-year ' act as a catalyst to_ bring the people of  event .that lead^jyto'to our national holir . this vast country closer together, so that .  dmy,''imfy'M'ywmmt\ /we may realize how pur linguistic, politi-  this  country  and  to reflect, upon  its   cal. and regional particularities can be  achievements and its future. "��� used to unite rather than divide.  Canada. Week is proclaimed, .each .In his official proclamation of Can-  year by the prime minister of Canada,' ada Week last year, Prime Minister Pier-  provincial premiers and the- councils -of 're Trudeau' said that Canada Week "is a  more than 1,000 Canadian communities time to learn more about ourselves. It  including Gibsons.* Now in its sixth year, is a time of self-questioning whioh should  this special .week involves an' ever-in-. lead neither to complaisance nor to an  creasing numbefof Canadian inactivities-' .immobilizing self-doubt, but to reaffir-  that range'frbm^the Educational to the mation. It is a time to celebrate once  entertaining. The feeling of pride in our more that direction-towards realizing the  past achievements and'faith in a promis- great potential for good which lies in  ing future animates, the many projects   our land."  nowbeing planned for Canada Week'74.,   ;    This   is  the rationale  for  Canada  ''Ranging ffcom picnics to band sap.- ��� Week, not blind patriotism, but respect  certs' to sports, events,' from film festival^   and reflection; respect for all the diverse  .     ^'7^:. ____.s_i __ __. ^_j���    elements that make up this community of  people and reflection about the institutions that have enabled them to-live in  harmony.  to art/arid :essayj*cbntests, from parades,,  lo historical pageants, "from business promotions7 of Canadian goods/to private  displays of Canadian^, thousands of citi  fy.  9  THE following presentation was made  by, a member of the University of  Michigan Department of (Journalism. Al- <  ��� though written for American consumption, it is most certainly pertinent to the.  Canadian scene. ;\x  "I'm going to give 15.cents to the  .newspaper staff. Divide it up,any,way  you wish. Now for that is.cents' I am a  giving you tonight I want you to deliver  tomorrow to my house a.newspaper that  will contain .more reading matter than  the current bese^ling novel.  ���-    "I want\al||fhe news. And I want,  every bit of it to be fresh. I want'pictures and stories of all local accidents,  fires, meetings and events ^that I'm inter-  . ested in; and I don't w'^ot-jto see any of  that offend me, either. Expect you to'  tell me who dies, who was born, who  was divorced, and who was married in  the last week including the last 24 hours.  "I want to know what those guys in  government are doing with my tax money. -  I want to understand all the important  , events, plans...and.s.^s(y|te_,rl|u_t.>.I don't  fi  front door before that. Not on the steps,  not in the rain, not in the front yard.  "When I meet you on the street I  expect you to tell me all the inside do^e.  I expect you to serve as publicity chairman for every committee in town, too.  If I call the paper and ask you how  many kids Al Capone had. or what  round Dempsey knocked out Tunney (or  was it the other way?) I expect you to  know and to tell me. Right then.  "Next week I'm going to start my  own business, and I-want a news item  about it. A picture would even be better. Advertising? No, if you run the  story and picture, I won't need any "advertising.  "But if you straighten up, I will  give you another 15 cents for the day after tomorrow..."    -  r  Why don't they?  TO ADD to the list (or remove items)  _  .-.   .call.The Times at.88>9654,r8��5-,  7want4ohayoto wastemwej^gpa^uple    ^S.pr'^wrj.te Boxr310, Sechelt, B.C.  .ofjrijhutes on your^t^.:M7^!Xw^''-;7~v^^^|^^Qj^ they? ���   '"'''* ' '"'  ���Repaint the crosswalks at Cowrie  Times gone'by  JUNE 20, 1973-rGibsohs village council stressed, that in the future, grants  made by the village, should be used for  recreational facilities.  Al Hickey will address the Sechelt  and; District, Chamber of Commerce's  annual dinner meeting. Hickey is B.C.  'manager of the Canadian Chamber of  Commerce.     7, '  West Gibsons ratepayers overwhelmingly .approved the highway grid concept  proposed by the technical planning  committee of the Sunshine Coast.Regional District. '  Don Lockstead, MLA,. assured a  special meeting of the Pender Harbour  Chamber of Commerce that passengers  will no longer be' left stranded following  late ferry runs on Sundays.  ��� June 18, 1969���Frank West and  John Matthews have been/proposed as  candidates for school district trustees to  replace Norm Hough who resigned.'  Gibsons is searhcing for an annual  event to replace the' fall, fair and July 1  celebrations.  Jack Nelson was installed as president of the Sunshine Coast Lions Club.  June 17, 1964���Sechelt Library  Board is planning the construction of a  new library building. Presently library  patrons must climb a long flight of outside stairs to reach the library atop the  Red and White Store (now Chain Saw  Centre) on Cowrie Street, -  Magistrate Andrew Johnston attended die annual.B.C. Magistrates^Conference in Fort St. John.  Sechelt firemen are conducting the  annual campaign to raise funds.  1HBBI&QESr CON  TMCf\N'T\  FOOL ME. I'M  TOO KWQRANjf)  MM, WZATrtERBZ, 'Th  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 originals must be signed by the writer.  a little bit pregnant with Waffle-type  socialism. Only time will tell what kind  of bureaucratic monster will emerge in  the months to come!    -  PATRICIA YOUNG  1030 Nanton Ave., Vancouver, B.C.  tfiiiiiniiiiiiiuiimwuiiimimiiiiHiiiiimiiiiMHgmiiioii  f MISS BEE'S  MD& GIFT SHOP   I  s " s  s Wharf fead - Soshot. - 985-9066 s  �� P.O. BOX 213 ��  __ s  S Hallmaifc-CoMtt* card* ond wrappings. ��  5 Ftea English china' cups and eaucora. jj  jj   BeuHquo items, local artists paintings,    jj  5 ���  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiitiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniS  i  ly, providing athletic activities for youth  from Port Mellon up to and including  1 Roberts Creek and. cooperate with teams  in outside areas as welL  Soccer, we know,' is over for the 1978-  74 season. But soccer uniforms and equip,  ment have still not been returned to the  various coaches as yet. in many cases. All  -this is expensive, to keep up and buy  Pipe band is grateful  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The members of the Sechelt Legion pipe band would like to thank the  residents' of the Sunshine Coast for their  overwhelming support of our band.  To date we have held two dances and1  conducted a raiflfle in order to Taise funds  __.__��� aj.... 5���. .j!"j��.��4.".,i��.*...d*"     '" theim at the end of each season so they  T want to read just as much about  Democrats as about Republicans, and  just as .much, .about Protestants as Catholics and'Jews; and as much about blacks  andchicanosas aboi^twhites. Don't tell-  me'you can't db'it_30Rl&^&hat I invested  my 15 .cents\for:i'Th#,.onl��s reason you  won't do it is because you don't have  any competition.  "I want all ihe supermarket prices, a  list of people wwi used cars for sale, the  movie and T>V* times and the closing  stock market prices.  "If I get drafflc and have a wreck, I  don't want .yotAto* print my name in the  paper, .pridlX j]iajfe., a friend who is getting a divorce^'andyou can leave that  out, too.  "Another thing, I'm sick and tired  of misspelled words in your paper. For  15 cents you ought to do better.  "By the way, I eat promptly at 5  p.m., and my-^ipcr better be at my  The FEjktmuimhlime^  Published Wednesdays at Secholt  on B.C.'s rSunshino Coast  'V/'^by  Powell Rlvw .News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 31'0!_- Sechelt; B.C,  Seehelt 885^654 or 885-2635  Subscriptloiti^BAtes; (in-advance)  Local, $7 per frW. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10, Overseas '$U.  Serving the areajrom Port, Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis. Inlet)  and' Inlet and on Wharf Street, Sechelt?  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway 101?  ���Realize that driving 30 m.p.h. in  tremendous success or'ithe?_e''ventures,  We have also received many personal  donations of which we are equally thankful.  Our next appearance will be as participants in the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade parade to be held on August 3.  Sechelt BRUCE REDMAN  a 50 m.p.h. ��� zone is dangerous? Also,  driving 50 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone    Sports day Competition  * '-XT fte potho.es  o_ feedo    *���" *>��* *�� <***��  Street?  ���Prohibit smoking in food stores?  Councils, hoards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal councils hold  public meetings at the following times  and places.  9 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.)  o Sechelt village council:' municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.   '  o Sunshine Coast Regional board;  Davis Bay," lost Thursday, of each month,'  7:30 p.m,;;:|.;::;;;;.l;J,7.;^^;.,7���.;:r.;���;;;;���,;1.;7.:.7..,;,���  Members of the public may attend  any of those meetings but generally must  obtain > p r i o r, permission^ in order to  speak or represent, a delegation.  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The reason why there is war is  because there is competition and competition is the strongest going factor in the  public school system in Canada and probably the rest of the world.  Sports day is the best example of  competition (visually) throughout the  school -year. The fastest runner is usually the fastest at every other event. He or  she wins all the ribbons. The events are  grouped into ages. Children aged 6-7 etc.  are all at dilflterent levels physically and  mentally. This limits their capabilities  (capabilities toeing another unreasonable  can be stored is association facilities until  the next year, .operation expenses go even  higher. Please help us by having all soccer  uniforms and equipment turned in to  G.A.A. executive member John Irvine,  886-2636, by June 23.  Baseball season is well underway. Although it's a short and busy season for  coaches, players and parents, it is most enjoyable. This season, Gibsons Athletic insured 20 ball teams - eight softball, seven  'pinto basefball and five bronco baseball -  ' which involves approximately 300 children in the district.  Association thanks go to the coaches  and umpires who devote so much of their  time during the two months, .Thanks go  also to Ernie Fawcett and his group for  the donation of baseballs - people like  Ernie '(who is also an "honest" umpire)  help keep Gibsons Athletic Association  alive;       t  Next on the GAA agenda is .the '74  swim program. New and improved floats  are planned for Armour's Beach and Hop-  loins to, Improve the  learning ' facilities.  social aspect of our society). if they a!re r Nancy Douglas is once again the co-ordin  slow or fast for their ages,  The emotional aspect ls neglected, a  child who ls shy, ithe pressure of winning  (not the one of just plain having fun)  rules over everything else on sports day.  Have you ever seen the children after  sports day who don't win? They ��Te 'the  majority, Thoy feel like losers because  they cantt run fast or do not have ithe  coordination,'to hold a potatoe on a, spoon.  aitor for the program and will have swim  information regarding registration etc. to  the .schools and papers soon.  Please ho reminded to purchase your  1974 $3 membership donation to Gibsons  Aithletic Association. Cards are'available  from each evecutlve member, If you can't  [find us, mall your donation to Box 604,  Gibsons, BC. It's not much, but it sure  helps us provide the spprt programs for  Some are so afraid of losing they start ;. the area and help Improve park facilities,  too soon or too late to run. It Js true that ; Shirley Macey  after 12 years of school thq child who f  Smshimmtm Coast Regional District  Effective Immediately sprinkling will bo permitted only during tho  following'times:  EVEN NUMBERED DAYS:  M6NDAYS: 7 a.m. to noon; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  WEDNESDAYS: 7 a.mi to noon; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  FRIDAYS: 7 a.m. to noon.  a) All watorfront proportion  b) Cowrlo Streot, Socholt  c) Wakoflold Road  a) Rosamund Road * wcit aide  f) Langdalo, all streets - wo*t alcJa  in1  ODD NUMBERED DAYS:  AH other [proportlot.not listed above:.������.,���..���  [TUIESDAYS;_7 a',i��|. to noon; 7 p.m  7 p.m.  to 10 p.m.  to 10 p.m.  THURSDAYS: 7 a.m. to noon;  Saturdays: 7 a.m. to noon.  ONE SPRINKLER  ONLY it. permitted   on  each  proporty.  Whan & FIRE SIREN'�����!��� coundotl, plocizo  turn oft your sprinkler*  G. 'DIXON/'-���  , Works Superintendent  ���continually, loses (not counting aii the'.!������ Socialistic pregnancy  ��� ���Jitor, Tho Times  Sir: No matter'how hard the social-  other competitiveness) will have a hard' >; wj.u'ftP  rn,��� rp!r_"  time believing In himself, This will in- IS No matted]  voko the child with trying hard at some- j lof mr!��� ��u����i��urui   ^*     .j ��:���  thing thoy do not really want to do,' They j; '',2 ^S^n h^80lL5 .*��*&&  possibly turn to  violence (for the un  justices done to ithem in childhood).  socialist,   pointing   to,   and   identifying  with the British Labor Party or tho Swe-  Failure 1ms boon imnosod on ub for i d,sh welfare state,  It Is  Interesting to  note'-how^thewtommunteta'wtl��rn��e^vwl','  view tho socialist.    ,  For example, Professor S. Popov, doctor of phlasopMcal uolonees, writing in  Moloday   Kumunlst   (Tho   Young  Com-  liundreds of years.!"Children compote, big ,  children compote (I  don't bcllovo they j>  ai'o adults) and countrloa compete, there- '  fore violence and hato In people and fam- i.  Hies and,countries.     '   ',.,���;,...'.  If wo look into the reason and try to (munlst) No, 5, Mascow 1000���pages 20-  accept people for what thoy aro and not (/IS, says: "The communists regard tho  for what thoy cannot do wo may have !, working socialist as their natural allies  less aggression in tho world. | In tho common struggle being carried out  JUNE BOE I on a uniform front for socialist ideals���  although   tho   policy   pt   united  actHon  Selma Park, Sechelt, B.C,  Public support is sought  by Gibsons athletic club  Editor, Tho Times:  with tho social democrats docs not rule  .out any criticism of tholr opportunism  .��� , , Scientific socialism (communism)  psees its aim In' tho revolutionary overthrow of capitalism and in building up  Sir���Gibsons Athletic Association da a j- socialism and communism."  quiet group of people \yho work diligent- j 7   Today, British Columbia finds Itsoll  Letterheads - Envelopes - Business Cards  Statements - Tickets - Posters - Tags  Bumper Stickers - Brochures -Calendars  Newspapers - Invoice - Business Forms  Letters '-" Labels - Post Cards - Signs  ',..'' '' '. '' 7 i  OR WHATEVER . . .  -f^eniiuuia^^imkmmK :!.^*s^  ___*"���*��-��*��� .,  p * >( "(    "I  -V.  *    .a,. .  . . . '  7  w .������.���<#  . _'���-.;���  *     "    a  w ' ���  1\ "���  ���           *  fi\  *                 ��*   *  ' ���"*.  ^"^i^Bf^^' ^7.7,77  :l f i?i/',-1��;' *^*- ��� J���������w21,  9:30 p.tn. to 1:30 <3.bb.  SATURDAY, JUiiE;22t_<__, 1974  tvmmammammmmmaaaimammiamiaimmaavmima^  PIZSA AVAIL&8LI  'JOIN IN THE FUN  ��  Highway 101 ��� Coras1 Chos^o ��� C3S&-2472  uuuuuannBBanauuiiuaavauuuuai  ���BBBSBBSBeSS  SAP"  Use 'times' Adbrieis to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  ���i V^a   \  i �����     .'-,<������     ���;..���       ��� par'w_____A5- .-.���v���'���'.,  7K-4-V :k,\7-   ��������������� - "������..���,7*rj��."->\. -;.���.  ^  ���'   --V-i^-r*   7;.-;-; .,-������;-   ;���  '���'... '-*�� v...;  ^^^ ��� I       >      II. >    ^ *. >.J> ^   _��� 1     ���_. _. .' ���*___ a   _ _ ___.   ���  5h  i  Put the spirit of the .$ld  ships in your home!  . ' dlb. i      l. S^ts' mitt.     ... '.-J7v  *4��ama. *      _      *>..     -���*  . ______   v  GIFTED SELMA Park artist Dallis   executed with countless, thousands of at $75,000 and art experts consider it  Arnold stands beside Tranquility, a   gemstones. The work,rwhich   took ,the firsft "masterpiece" to be (ireaited^  back-lit, three-dimensional landscape   nine years to complete, is appnaised in B.C. 7 ...  Work appraised at $75.000 . . . 1  DAVIS BAY���-The first recognized "masterpiece" to be crafted in B.C., and  possibly in all Canada, left the Davis  Bay home of its creator June 15 en route  for exhibition in Vancouver.  Dorothy CDallis) Arnold, proprietor of  Sechelt's Dallis Studios, spent the past  nine years - designing and executing the  work���a _. three-dimensional landscape  crafted from countless thousands of gems  and appraised at no less than $74,000.  Mrs. Arnoid told The .Times she derived inspiration for the work from - a  four-line poem she wrote in ifche spring of  1965:  "What Strange Myth Or God...  Tinted These Skies With Golden Hue  What Powerful Hand... Has Touched  These Waters, Made Them Crystal Blue  What Heavenly God... Has Changed  The Trees, Prom Green To Golden Red  What Mightly Power...   Will Tuck  Each Flower, In Cozy Bed.,.?"  The verse ds a tribute to the beauty  Coosf��! Tires  ���losed Juinie 29fh  {Sorry for any inconvenience.  of an area near Kamloops.  "The lake was -like a mirror reflecting  a picture of all mountains with their  white-capped peaks, the greens from the  trees and the spring flowers that were  in bloom, in one mammoth picture on a  crystal face," said 'Mrs. Arnold.  "The more I read the poem, the greater grew ithe desire to try and depict this  pietee of poetry onto something'I could!  see once again.  ^So the ideas grew. With the inspirations I could remember and the poem to  read, I' started to experiment. Collecting  gems, becoming a rock hound and very  careful not 'to tell a soul of my plans.  Six years later, I was  on the picture, which is named Tranquility.  "After three years of work, Tranquility  was born a masterpiece."  ��� Creation of Tranquility involved pain-,  takingly adhering the gems onto .three  sheets of iglass with a special resin.  The gems range from the size ,of a  grain of sand to one-half inch in diameter  ���the varying sizes adding to the sense  of depth in ithe work.  Sapphires, irubies, garnets, amethysts,  diamonds and opals all played their part  in re-creating the scene Mrs. Arnold had  seen nine years ibefore.  /There are at least 30 to 35 types of  gemstones in the work," she said. "There  must be thousands of them. I couldn't  estimate how many."  Each stone was set into transparent  resdn with a toothpick? Mrs. Arnold estimates she may have spent as many > as  5,000 hours on the work.  During the past three years, Mrs. Arnold has been faced with many seemingly insurmountable problems. One of  the most trying the development of a'  wash to clean the class thoroughly "before  mounting.the gems in resin.  She paid a chemist $1,000 to formulate  , a, spepia} wasl} for. ,the( purpose.  The Peninsula, Times Page B-3  Wednesday/June 19, 1974  Coast wintesses ready  for summer assemblies  THE WATGH Tower   Bible and Tract  Society has revealed plans for 85 dis^ _  trict conventions of Jehovah's Witnesses,  in the United States and Canada in 1974.  Grenville -Drake, presiding minister of  the Sechelt congregation "of Jehovah's  Witnesses, said there will be 74 assemblies,  for English-speaking delegates and 11  meetings in S_>anish, French and Italian.  Drake said approximately 170. delegates will represent the Sunshine Coast  at the convention scheduled for Vancouver, July 18 through 21. '  He added that 15,000 delegates are  expected to attend the Vancouver convention set for the Pacific Coliseum.  "'Hundreds of thousands of persons are  looking forward with eager anticipation  to the series of 'divine purpose' district  assemblies of  Jehovah's  Witnesses this'  summer," Drake said. >  "The combined attendance is expected  YOUR REC ROOM, BAR OR DS��!  Windsor's Mariner has  a ragged, rustic finish.  Extra interest is added  with a planked * effect  and simulated antique  iron nails. One of our  most handsome panels���  and economical, too, at  this price!  4'x8'kW  soul of my plans. "      Wijh it,7she predicts fhc_t_.tbe stones    r ZrlTun Zn I37m^     U  Tea^^st^_^J;*il *��udn '**& atoed.to,the;��W   ^^rSfe^t^S SS     I  iiii  HHi  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  io g�� (Mickey) COE  BROS. FORD r:  40th and West Boulevard (opposite Kerrltdale Arena)  41st, and Granville Street,, Vancouver 13, B.C.  "forever.''  The magnificent cabinet work required!  to house the masterpiece was created toy  retired cabinet maker Al Rantala of Davis  Bay.  Cura'tor of Persias Arts and Crafts in  Vancouver, V. Tashdjian, appraised Tranquility at $75,000. The stones used in its  execution are worth $11,000, themselves,  he estimated is a written report on the  masterpiece.  'Mrs, Dallas is determined to see her  Work stay in Canada, Instead of auction- ���  ing the work in New York, as had ibeen  suggested to her, she decided to exhibit  Tranquility at the main branch of the  Bank of B.C. in Vancouver.  There, interested collectors are expected to bid for the work.  ��� In'her etfiforts to keep the masterpiece  in Canada, Mrs. Arnold has even offered  to sell it ito the province of B.C. or the  federal government, but without success/  to date.  'It's a whole new medium in the aft  field," she said. "I'm very grateful and  humble that' I was able to do it with  God's help, I had to ask Him for help  many times."  ; Tfytrs, Arnold has been painting.since  she was five years old. Stricken with  polio at the age of two, she started drawing with crayons and developed her skills  over her next seven bedridden years.  "I hope ithils 'fiives' peaple with sbine  affliction a WUtle courage," she said.  year. Young and old, family groups and  even the infirm will be there," he said.  The highlight of the convention program will be the public discourse on the  subject Human Plans Failing As God's  Purpose succeeds.  A baptism service will also be featured1. Last year, 6,305 were baptized 'in  Canada as Jehovah's Witnesses. This represents 12 percent of the total Canadian  membership in only one year.  fSjI.:  Highwcay 101 O @lHSONS  IJUe&teni Canada 96 larae&t deiectl  ion  of   lA/auboard and f^aneilint  f0#a \^A*na4 <&i&ui in  .���_________  B  1  1 5  TOOL - YARNS - SEWIMG GEAR  SOUVENIRS - POTTERY������- STATIONERY  SCHOOL SUPPLIES - ART SUPPLIES - BABY CLOTHES  SORRY: Chart and Nautical Books and Government Maps must be  sold at posted price.  B.C. GROWN CHINESE  VEGETABLES  The popularity of Oriental cuisine Is heightened with the freshness of the many "Home  Grown ~ B.C.Quallty" Chinese Vegetables  rushed from bur farms to your store. Look,  for our recipe sheet at your produce  counter for step, by step preparation of  exciting dishes., 7  Look for them at your fauouiite food siorej  B.C. GROWN  TOMATOES & CUKES  Summcif sweet tomatoes and crunchy  crisp cucumbers from B.C, farms are the,  highlight of any salad or meal, Try baked,  stuffeq tomatoes or cucumber salad with-  sour cream dressing ~ recipes from our  recipe folder appearing soon at your  fmtourlte store,  look for them at your favourite food store!  COWRIE STREET  SECHELT  r>////////////////^^^  Also Freshl  i.e.    '  DAIRY PRODUCTS  livery Day Best Buys  Also Freshl  GHOUW CHICKEN  Every Day Best Buys  Also Freshl  GREEN ONIONS  Every Day Best Buys  WATCH the BCTVJEAN CANNFM SHOW w\tl, MOm fiRUNlhmtajfTrSwiWfli.  lor timely [},C, food rcrt/ws, wltc torn ol; MARKETS DMSION, 12m Canada Way, nmaty V5G Ml  B.C. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE    Hon, David D. Stuplch, Minister; Sigurd B. Peterson, Deputy Minister., J  War games rally at  Page B-4 .       The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June \9; 1974   ,  Legion Hall June 23   p^ iQorriJer  GaBSONS^^u^^OpWarga;^ enthus- A ���   WWfc ��*' - *��������*** �� *w  iasts-and" millers ^.fcre ^xpected- to  take parVin, a*"jy^ gamers' rally slated ..  June 30 aV Gdlbs6ns:<;,Le^ori HalL  '. 7 The eveptt, vrjgxto. is open,to the puiWSie,.  will fea^e,><7dis1p|a$�� . of miniatures and  models represen,6fei_J>,a wide^ range of historical periods. '���-?&;"   '.   \    t'7  ,  War games ���wlll'(be going on through the  day, a said organizer*; Roger Desrosiers.  -   "We aspect modellers and vrar gameis  from all o\  have' some  Driver nets. $250 finey Sechelt Hews, Notes  for impaired offense . v .,..,...'���,,,', "^  ���-by Peggy - Ccssem?  , ���   , ,,  ������      -^-Your contributions are invited  THE. PETITION      -  Some folks, made up a petition'  And thought they.were doing good.  They, took it around for all to sign  In the neighborhood" '  SECHELT-4-Kenneth  Bay, Oregon to\see son, Ken Hebert and  family^ three   grandchildren.    Beautiful  ; weather ~ for five weeks with only two  days, of,rain, she reported.- ~-~-  Pupils' of Mrs.- Enns of, the' Sechelt  Thomas    Krintlk    MRS. Mills of Victoria was over,visiting - dressing'in-authentic heavy' skirts and    Elementary _tehool~were most fortunate  na.��n����{nl       ~���..-l       '    ..    ^JaM.pnf   Vam>' -fapmi.lir   f/vr.   tYto. -nraeArnnA  Vnn).  ���.;kU '�����_����__.1   ��..7-   _���___,.   ^.,1.______   m*..'  >    When    She   'PSSSed   OUt   free   tlcketS    tO   th��  was , fined ,$250, at, provincial  court   7;- "three of hra: family for the weekend���-,   boots w;ifch aprons over aprons when car- -   _,    June 11 after pleading guilty' to driving    her   son   Gaorge    Newsham,   daughters    rying on with-the < dying combing and ' Circus to those wishing to attend.  in Gibsons while" imnaired.   ,, < ,�� Caroline Keeley.'and Louise Chrjstensen  His, blood-alcohol level was .19 at the1  .ill of Wilson .Creek-Davis'Bay area.   -' ;  ok A coiifee.party will be held at the hoine  Desrosiers said .he attended a recent  rally "in Seattle'and promoted the local  event there.,,    */   '"  7 Refreshmenits)will be'available at the  rally, "Which runs from 10 a^n. to 10 p.m.  Admission is free. '   \- . ,   >  Put your message into 3,894  homes    (15,000    readers)    in.  these economical; spots.  X^"'  ad  is always there for quick  reference . . . anytime!  time  of  the  incident,',according  to  a  breathalyzer test.7'. . '    '    ,   \   '        , ,.  Thet motor . vehicle branch automat-'  Now like (a pebbTe'tossed dn a quiet pool   ically revokes for one; month the licence  "" ~JJ A ~     J ���j-     -* - 0f anyone convicted of impaired driv  ing.       '       7 '   ��� '���-,*",  In other court 7 news, Ian Gordon  Brown pleaded guilty to two counts of  driving a vehicle near. Gibsons while his  licence was suspended. , < .       >�����..  He was, sentenced to 14 days iii-the  lower \mainland correctional institution.'  . At court's previous sitting, David Joseph Beaudoinwas> convicted-of hit and  run after leaving the scene of, an acci-'  dent in Gibsons. He,was fined $507 7  The edies went round and round;  Now peace and' goodwill in' the town  Will never more be found.  - ���    , _ , ,���    One man was forced to! sell his home  over,"terad, "and'I.hope we'll   0ne lost'his livelihood. .  ae visitols^from Seattle.", r^^ pensioners had to  move away  Tho* they thought they never would.'--  So if asked to,sign a petition  Think before you do,  Some day some other dogooder  Might do the .same to yqu. .  ,  7,   '        -tJ�� Bentham, Port Mellon  spinning of wool,right-from the sheeps.'  A pioneer lady graciously, showed Maxine  the whole' procedure from stert to finish.  of Mrs. Bonnie Paetkau Monday, June, ,7-Mrs. Lena Hubert took great, delight '  24, i^e'ween 2 to ,4 p,m7to.meet and talk informing her husband,' Charles) >-of, the  with'Jack'.Pearsall, Liberal candidate in excellent weather1 "she was'enjoying"on  fhe liberal election.,      ��   '  ' . < ,  ,,    he��r-safaii'.to California'while he was sit-  ;,.,Mr.'arid Mrs. Howard Pratt spent,a1   ting in-Sechelt in fee :rain. , -\' ,   "-,,   ' ;  weekend'recently visiting'old friends at.    ' . Mrs.. Hefoept saw,many people she had .'  their former residence,1 Port Alberni. Mrs., ��� not; seen dBor' years -especially when she .  Pratt then left 'for a 12-day visit tov see    attended "a special-''do'i for an old friend  her sii'ler, Mrs. Leslie Alexander, in,WH-7 in ;Oroville. In-Sa'cramento'>he sawl'her  lpwda'e near-Toronto..She was enjoying'  eldwt-sister, Mrs.- Myrtle Andrews,- and ;  temperatures 80 to ,85 .degrees'"for the    nieces and nephews. ^Visiting withdaugh-  whole' time  there.  Renewing 7acquaint    ,ter, Martha Hefb'ert, she>went,to\take a,  tVnces with school chums she,also took' ,,trip.to Reno.but turned back wlien'they7  in,the Pioneer Village which vis rightin    hit snow, at Lake-Tahoe.'   - '  Toronto. People live and work right there -     " ,The trail home was interrupted at Coos  Sports day^s really brings out the need  for mothers to engage in a keep-fit pro-,  gram.  ' '   *  wtmmuimiMMfiMmmmmam  ��  o  wttimnmmmmmmmtrmmgm  ���UIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII(IIIIIIUinillHIWIIIIIIIIIIIllllllfllllllllUIIIIMIIIIMIIilUlliUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillll|ll>IIIIIIUUIIUMIIUIIMiniMIMMMIIIIinilllllllllllllUlilMUIIII)IIIU  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,894 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Yojur ad  waits patiently-for ready reference .... anytime!    '7. ,,,  IwWMnn'nu'u'MiiuiiMiiiinaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiinMiiiuiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiinii  iiiimi iiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiu>iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiuuiiiiBiiiiunii  wbb���iiiiiyipiii 111,11111 .jhifc"  ACCOUWTAWtS  Tttr  T  W. railip Gordon  ; 7 charter^ Accountant  Phono: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-756?  a .   Horns Block, ^Gibsons, .B..C. ,v .  AMSWERIMG SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ���   It.   ���'>��� .   ,    .  >��� U* >W l 1   ,_r   > -'  *' Office. ���, Rotiderttlal- * Woko-uj> Calls w  * Reasonable Rates       . t  "NoverMiw'Another Phone Call"; *  89S-2245  ART SU'PPLfiMS  rtrsr-  Tolophano 006-2069  ROSE 8, ART ENTERPRISES  -   Pottery, Supplie��7ClaMM &'Firinfl  Dealer jfoVthincan 9 Ceramic Products  Pine Bead'a 43r^ndviow' Avenue���'���'  P.O. do��$2KQib80A��.' B.C.  ARCHITgCYORAL-PI^MMIMG  SUNSlSf^E DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUIUDliM^ CONTRACTORS  Archite��eurol Bulldoro  ond Dey^prQeht ^loktnere  Gib��H.u Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design^ Building and  ' Planning���= Service. ���  ,1 ;..' .  > c- j7. ���" '��� -  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Ports, Sales & Service  Wt  - Rotor  and DHqi  - Valve arlS' Seat"<3rln3fng"  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  . ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Secholt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pondor  Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Boh 153, Madoira Park'  HOURS:  Secholt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Frl. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons i* Pander: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Freo , Botimatos  FRED DONLQY  Pondor Harbour - 003-2403  or 003-9972  1 . ���    - ��� 1  -   -  -  '-1    ��� .j  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Pasomonts - Driveways - Septic Tanks  ,  ,  Stumps ��� Ditch Unci'  Call for a free ostlmato anytime,  TED DONELY Pender Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Worlf GMqrdntood'7  Phono 005-2622  ,    Box 73, Sechoit, B.C.  \VEKd^CONSTRUCTION LTD; ^  6ENERAL CONTRACTOR        ,  For All Your      !  Building Needs,  PHONR VBRN, 003-252J or 006-2J44  BUILPItMG  SUPPLIES  AC. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Noods-  Madoira Park Phono 003-2505  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD!  t ���-~ E��<ot|c-"Qnd'- Construction ���"-��� ���  Panolllna'��� Doors --Moulding*  Glue�� - Insulation'  Hwy. 101    r���7 Gibsons "''��->'   086.92Z1  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  "ALL IHJILDING MATERIALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE - GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"    * ���  ^'GENERAL PAINT"  GU-2U% 0p6-7B33  Highway 101 - Gibiom  CARPET CLEAMIMG  CARP^ & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  '   (Free Estimates)  '  7    TOM SINCLAIR:  885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CABIMETS  KITCHENS BEAUTIFUL-  LAWRENCE  Home improvement Service -  Cabinets / Countertops  '   ���  ���        new,or renovations  Box 342. Gibsons Eves. 886-7495  r ^    " "*  CARPETS   LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  -   _\     v-l  Repairs,, New Carpet Sales and  Installation.  -    Service Guaranteed.  Corner of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  i .      1   CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.   ,   ... \_ ,  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  Quality Builder*  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM BUILT, HOUSES  886-9698.  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  'Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks   <  to serve you.  R.R. 1 Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE '  , Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  P0RPOI5E BAY ROA��  805-9666, Bok 172. Socholt, B.C. ���  . MORRJE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Flniohinp  Floors - Patios - Stair*  Wolks - Driveways  Froo  Estimate*.        Phono 005-9413  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE. COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLONp'TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938> or 885-9973  when  renovating. or spring cleaning call us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  SCUBA WEST -  -    jT   ���   -* j  Commercial Sqlyogfe'- Wet Suits  - '' Clean Air: $i':75,fo'r'72 cu. ft. 7"  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Boy, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS    7 7  ��� ������    ���l.ll        11   ^^11. !���������!    ���I���I-      -^IIIIWH ���������I  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates   -  Bank Financing^vailable  Gibsons Building Suppltoo  "Phone 886*2642  ELECTRICIANS  R/IACHIiyE SHOPS (Cont.)  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP   '  ,?; ���     (ot.Standarcf Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  "  Phone 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  '��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service  ���") Diesel',Wprk  t  24 HOUR/SERVICE  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days ��� 885-2108 eves.  ���^1  _t  * Y  B.E. ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 "* Gibsons  "POWER TO, THE PEOPLE"      -  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Wo^.Estimtjtesr  **%&  ���j z1-  m  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Land Clearing - Road Building  \Troe Topping - Selective Logging  ���'"V   PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 803-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C/  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  , Residential - Industrial ��� Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe MeCenn, Box 157, Madeira Paric   Phene 803-9913         '.  JIM McKENZIS  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. $89-9970  Residential 7 Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified "Electricians  , r        i.  ,  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  SyiARIRIE SERVICES  ;    L CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  \- Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  y      Box 7, Garden Boy, B.C.  ~~'      PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  -��� Canoes  -.      ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boot Sales  FREE ESTIMATES ��� PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  >     7 SALES AND SERVICE  >. '  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  . __     cartop runabout boats and cruisers.  7 '   TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  FUEL  ���JL  PHONE 005-9350  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building <  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel -Crushed Rock  Phono Secholt 885-9930  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD,  Septic Tank ����� Ditching  Excavating -��� Land Clearing  Rodd Building "���Gravel ^ Fill  886-2830  ��� ���������.��������� f Mi, - ���-1... ���*,!������ - ���-1.1.1.1 ��� II. I ������ I Ml I���-���i.���.���*-.,-������������  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE . 7.  PORT MELLOfvl TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  a W. GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks - Excavating  Leveling & Lprtdscapliio  Phone Jerry, 009-2680  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 803-2663  Madeira Pork, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  H ���!! nn-1   ��� ��.i *mmm mmtam^ammm,,, mi 1. 1 1-1  i.nwi.nii.1.���h-hii.      nw i ���  *^  Cabinets��� Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.C\ Box 694^ Gibsons, B.C.  ^^.Blalr^Konnott/^iales^inahager^ppp^  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT DEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Allen, Proprietor  Export Hair Styling  Covvrlo Street 'Phono  Sechelt 8B5-2818  HOTELS  ..    PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 889-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  p 7 ~ 7 ''-^������*!!���������--^--p ������...��...,.........-,  IOBILE HORfiE, SERVICE  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal,Ltd.)  O  Complete Maintenance  ��  Do-lr-Yourself Trailer Skirting  m*k M      LJ_  Box 920, Sechelt    ServiCQ     Tel. 885-2712  MOTELS           MOTOR MOTEL "900"  at Pender Harbour on the Sunihine Coait  Highway  '' Modern Completely Equipped Housekeeping  Units with Electric Ranges and Refrigerators.,  NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hibachls available as a  courtesy to guests,  ���  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly -and monthly off-season rates.  TELEPHONE 883-9939    ,  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  1, SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroko,, 4-stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  I Vancouvor toll free: 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  'r'      LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Glbsona  NURSERY  ���''  Mack's Nursery - Roberto Creek  ^Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertiliser  p Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss   ,  ""-'"Fyll^ XliiinMdTiiHcld^^praylrig'M'T"*''''  Landscaping and Trees  Sunahlno Coact Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  PAIMTiMG & DECORATING  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2678  PLUMBING &  HEATING  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing - Heating . Installations  Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1^ year - Prites on request  886-7638���-Certified Plumber   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  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-lt-Yoursolfer  Contract & Renovations  ,FREE ESTIMATES .  Len Ceotes 886-7685  Ray .Coates 886-9533 or 806-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  &  APPLIANCE SERVICE  -���Used appliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrato Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllers . Generators - Pumps -  Earth Tampers '  Sunshine Coast Hwy, & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  f.^i. ���mn-.i. ..-.... ���.������������ w w _������-���!���-..���in  ��      m  Why Buy When Yon Can  777:7''V" RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  ��� Domestic & I ndustrla I Equipment- r  frorr> Rug Shampooars to Lighting  '77 ''"v'77''7;:';.PIants.:7 7;";'l.  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  MACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of the Chevron ,  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP    l  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop. Arc and Aceryllne Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Autom6tlve and Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  ,  PhefM 886-7721     Ret. 986-9956, 886-9124  FRANK R. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  7'    886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-97 \ 2  PAINTING & DECORATING  mmaaammwami am, ���������������i���..��� hi-i.i.i ���ii!���������������m,���>maam mm,. ^-iii.iiiii���p. ���   n  ABC  ?. GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR ��, EXTERIOR  ���,.���,,._.,��� BRUSH.���::.fSpR/Vr:���,ORJOLL:,....,..i.,���,...���.���  Colli 886-2512  CALVIN'S PAINTING ft  W DECORATING  <7 P.O. Box 94; Sechelt, B.C.  Phono 885-2107  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Secholt  805-2734  Evening*; 885-2936  ROOFI6MG  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION .  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR &" GRAVEL  NEW, ROOF or RE-ROOF   '  Box 281, Gibsons  686-7320  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 885-9891  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-9091  Box 948, Sechelt  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  ...   ALrS SIGK'TIFI<C .SIGNS   ,   lf  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2686  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  **" Roiy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332, or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine /Coast Highway  Bex 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2709  SALES AND SERVICE  .. All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 6:30 a.m, to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving fi. Ua Tewing  L. HIGGS       ������'.  ,   "  Phene 881-9425  TREE TOPPING  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  .Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 eyes.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Read, Oihsens '  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  ' Typ��wfiifeir#'"'"-'4XlgKti^  TdevisToiw"''  Roto Tlllsrs -Cement MlKers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools '  PHONE 806-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  CU HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� -������ HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ' - Completo Tree, Service '  - Prompt, Guaranteed, insured vV��rk  -i Prices yon can trust  Phone J. RISPEY, 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - cleaiv-up your wooded areas'  ��� remove lower limbs for view  - top tall trees adjacent to buildings  Mary Volcn 886-9597  T.V, and RADIO   J 6VC ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ���.��-.-...^.���^-��-^0.wrv|C0.a||,^rqn{|>��r~.-���--.-  805-2560  "  next to Cocwt Cable Villon  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V��� SALES  ft SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN ,THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Bok 799, Sechelt ���Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  [7  ,\  < . *(___,_,       ���* ^%  -���;_>.:. a__��.v>*:s_.  4_ . a*a -a    . **��� . _     *     -  *      "a*  >*������* "*���*-*  ���fir  ���fir-.. ��������*���'��* .'/  '.-���**���;/  -   ^s__- '  ��� or _* *�� >���  1�� <��� 5   **.  ���,*.-i'\fll  j    C4J  I   a     . .  ���.  !��*���, -r-  -        1  ���3*  Arfaa'  "'^���Sa  ,. ��* ���* , �����  . ��� ��� ���   ,   ������   *   _*���!;  .   .  ��:.  -_��j��. !���  ^  ��...*��������� K��.ii�� ���-- *r  '^1  ���i.  ?  .'���*"'���        v'   -  ��. 1'       V  ������i 1   i-i'r�� ^HMM  J  few floats set! ChrisiianScience  /^IP   B/^^arf^all    [h^rf^^Th FHOGHBSS is a natural law, of life. Our  %_f&i M^WUUL   &J^%SX*M,S>        horizons'should eyer-expahd,-and we  7 - ** can expect, as we emphasize jn our daily.  GMBSO^TS���<Jilbsons Athletic ^Association lif��� ithe values of integrity, service, love,  ���   has arranged for new floats to .he" an- joy* etc.'"that" our 'satisfactions 4n living  chored ot��f Armour's beach as soon as they wil} continually growl ��� 7  become available after the pending IWA > <, Doldrums and dissatisfaction vanish as  ' strike,'Mayor Larry,Labonte reported to .. we- claim our right to advance ,in this  council's June 11 meeting.  , ? ' >, -way. No wilfulness or selfish ambition is .  '* The floats wall be used, to cordon off necessary; simply, the understanding .that,  an area of calm'water for swimmers.     ��� in God's unlimited, love for us, we are  ,4    On the motion oflLabonte.'aldermen me^J to"grow boundlessly: *_  agreed to'knd'a-letter of commendation        ��n ih^^^^^^e 5adA�� ff1?3  to Athletic Association vice-preddent Des *&*.^Truth- That Heals''-advert|sed in .  Plourde and the executive for their "fine ^�� Tunes today, people, tell of their pro-  work" in carrying on association-pro* ��*5f keyed to spiritual values, through  grams'' ���   -* "<   '    '^        "���"'            ^>^ Gods Urmtless-love,for man.    <   f...  i,  t ���v.^��L"<��� m^AaJ* ** iu  -~,~.^+��y��*,' T For "K^e information or ifiree literature  ^-Labonte is president of tlie-a^raciatioj^ ,>    christian Science please "contact the .  KJ? u ?' 'T"? JT"688 5f ^t assistant committee' on publications for  it diffiKult for ham to take an, active role    ^ ^nshine o,^; 535.^78;  in the organization. t - ^    .  In other   business,j municipal   clerk     ' '"     '    7 ' ___  Jack Copland reported that, 13 students     Afta Cf'nmnVCnin  had beqn hired "by the municipality under > Jt%k kv dUUUlCSl dllip  a provincial government summer employ- J    J   x       T      I!* 11  ^The'vSage has also 'been authorized'iVaWaiuBQ .'IU  JO  B^jHall  to hire seven workers from the ages7plf "> JO SMAiLL, daughter.of Mr. and Mrs.  19 and 24 to supervise the younger em- ',V., R. G. Small,of Gibsons won the $150  ployees. ,        Sunshine Coast Arts Council scholarship.  Lalbonte said that three of the summer   _x\ The scholarship was awarded at the  workers would be" assigned1 to aid ���tbfi * council's annual general'meeting, at Wil-  local Old Age Pensioners' Association -in ��� son Creek. Jo is planning to attend 'the.,  clearing the site of the proposed senior    University of Victoria to further her stu-  citizens' recreation complex.     - > dies in fine arts.     <���-,.-<  Aid. Winstos Bdbinson noted* that the > Officers elected" were: Doris Crow-  library car park,'adjacent to the muniei- ��� ston, president; Mike SimpMns, ���vtee-pires-  pa\ haU, had been paved. -<   ; ident; Kay Wells, treasurer; Jean Pylot,  ��� ��� i corresponding secretary;' /Vona Clayton,  ADDITIONS to ' "Deans"  chocolates  at i recording secretary; Trudy Small, pub-  Miss Bee's, Ginger chocolates, Brazil/_ licdty, Gibsons; Fran   Ovens, publicity,  or Cashew nut chocolates, Mint wafers, j Sechelt _.   ,    -   . , ���  marshmallow bars,  maple or chocolate.,   7 /.       . ���  judge, ail tempftingly delicious. Miss Bee's, ( "i Cedar,,spruce and pine used in fire-  Sechelt. ('7   f   , ','places usually .throw' many' sparks.   f  Wednesday, June 1^ 1974 The Peninsula Timoo     .   Page. B-5  !!lB��g!i!!!!ill!fHm!gB!!!!liU!Minii!!fil!!fllii!ll��m!l!IIIWlllMIIUg  PHONIC CPLLECfs 273-4861  .      7'"- 7 7'      '  iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii  ir<x  s  FHONE COLIrlCTs 321-6731  l  ' , < 4 ' - U,a  PLEASE COME IN; TO SEE OUR DISMAYS OF  FRONT^ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COtS-ECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHATEVER YOUR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS ARE.  Vz  *.������  i  fal1ii8ll8MlEBMgiiBB^  ^U-v .  ONE OF TWO orphaned   fawns is road by a'person thinking th6y had  held by Susan Bunyan of Sechelt. The been abandoned,  pair were picked up lying on the -  Don't handle them . ��� .  M��WI��*llW����M^WWI#l��������MW��WI����HM��������#U������f��l��IWMW����*l��WWM��  alone, warns warden  LEAVE all wild baby" aiiimals where you   return soon'to heryounfe ones7  find them, residents are urged'by Pat        Mulligan cited a. case last week where  Mulligan, conservation officer. a' weU-meaning person picked up two  four-day old fawns that were lying on  - These animals must not be handled, the road. He took them home hoping to  he said. Even if the mother is not visible, care for them and he feared that their  she is certain to be in the area and will   mother had gone astray or been killed. -  "The fawns were' probably lying on  the road for warmth while the doe was  grazing nearby," Mulligan told The Times.  'iShe will return, and will not abandon  her babies.  "If anyone sees a-wild baby animal  lying on the road and they fear for its  safety, they could very gently move it  over out of harm's way, handling the infant as little as possible."  In the case of the twin fawns, the  person took them home and called Mulligan who came to collect them,  "The pother will never accept them  now that they, have been handled by humans. The only answer is to destroy them  or take them to the children's zoo at  Stanley Park" The two infants were taken to Stanley Park, where zoologists know  best how to handle them.  He warned that most pertons who try  to make pets out of such animal waiifa'  do more harm than good because such  orphans, unused to other than their mother's milk, end up with diarrhoea and  would probably die anyway.' '  "There are many wild animal babies  around at this time of year," Mulligan said,  and, he added, dogs caught running deer  will bo shot,  TOTEM CLUB  FUBDAYS, S;@0 pm  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $76 TO GO  ���fr DOOR PRIZE -fc  MMMVWWWMWMWWtWIVMW����^WWW>i  I  About 300  ppeoics of birds nest in  or near Canada's forests.  4 Miitinction  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  HL  \oorcovermq&  XTD.        '  Glbsona    O    886-7112  r Carpets ^ Tiles  Linoleums ~fc Drapon  tUfasa  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuos. - Sat.  closec>:jv\ondays.,_  OPEN FRIDAY.NIGHT7rjLL9  We NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In the now offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light O Phone 885-2713  **-^?*7t!^5SO  ������������^   M~jr^>n���^���^rrifirniS ���" ~^&$y  FiJ    ii        " /     A V /J   Tr _f��3^*'ts^Rfw*- t?  K; H rf K\       '       IA 7 IjT^.Jr'aaar.Vf   '   ���"-__?-��.     ���a:  Mi  V L V rm.\  ^Q*rm.f\ n^Aa*''h.i��aa��^lAa.J^��^.'**,��Vl��>��^%'  ' 4  '%^^,mva*-V^*1^. i.lS;*a,,J-i��x+- *"**���  a  Driver's certificates are something new for  British Columbia motorists... a way of spreading  the cost of automobile insurance between vehicle  owners and drivers. ' "'  Effective July 1, you'll need both a driver's  certificate and a driver's licence in order to drive a  car. Without your driver's certificate, your driver's  licence is not valid and you could also find  yourself without insurance coverage. If  you drive without a certificate you risk a  minimum fine of $250 and 10 demerit  points.  Application forms for certifi  cates were mailed out last March  so you should have received  < one by now. Just sign and date  it where indicated, then take  it to  any  Motor Vehicle  Licence Office for processing.   REMEMBER,   IT'S  TOO LATE TO MAIL IT SO BRING IT IN.  If for some reason your application didn't,  arrive in the mail/take your driver's licence to any  Motor Vehicle Licence Office and you'll get you're  certificate.  How much you pay for your driver's certificate will depend upon the number of demerit points  on your driving record,  IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS IN JULY  OR AUGUST you'il soon receive your  second application form. This second  form is actually to renew your driver's  certificate until your next birthday in  1975. Your first ^driver's certificate  was for the start-tip period ��� March 1,  1974 until your 1974 birthday,  and it expires on your birthday.  If you have any questions  ', call your Aiitoplan Information  .at 665-2800. Outside Vancouver  please call collect:  r  Mil  our   .~m. nr'-.rfl|-]frr',i_ffi'ii -.ii^ht .~-.~^- ".������...w.f..a....^-��..11   m. f||.   .-...ggj  .yjLiMliJlllli^wfpy'i^i.iai^l.Rililaiii.liPWliiiMP^^  itrrn.ii ii.a.pl ^���itniip.am��ffi.1ipMrfi^i.iartniiriMiin.*piirPii^wraapir_i?.iliri.tfl_i.iiiiP_i_irfe^  ��� ' 1  1, Sign,��m. Unlc your application Iii two plopca, m In the (Ample  2. Tnko nil jlucc portion* to any Motor Vehicle I-lconco Office ,  for procetalng. 7  3a If your Application form Iia�� not arrived In lh�� mnlli' lAko your driver'*  licence lo Any Motor Vehicle Licence Office And you'll get your certificate,  ��iH As (i<*._.fe f felM.s'1^ ^y j w  L7  OfrMWHM  s   *  in��u��anc�� conrowMiof.: or ��nm��H colwmbw  1    ^utoMoniui iNiun��NCn act  Amic..TiQN fon nnivn^i ciatimcma  Jmi i*au..*<. (��.ro..tiopa p. miihh t.tw-.p.  K3        lHI!OMO��!_IIN��un����l MT  UI . p.ivi. I ra.ai. pun  cmanoj or Aoon����i  nnon   jnseni o  yicmniA w  i   i  i  , mm .��.. a��M. ..��.*.#._.       _  apflp^l, ....���*. .rfa. .�� !aa((pUpt...Hi((i.r��-aa.a^  fi.  ..PTP.H  (.anaiMfc.  to.  A mn*., f.fafrtiCUfPI  \mt.n im .u��*aoianl i����aa��aal H!. ,  i,   I  WtaVUiQ  ItMIII.  jaaMftnif  aaaoapi^  Wtmlptm-  Ihhwm.  [1��I��I1a)MrBII-l  IJaPWgq  7V,'    '                       ���"      '   ���  1     ',-,���<     i'          -U                   ������  '         1  '      *   ' r '       i       ' ���     . .   '" ���  -am. -pi...-. ���.*, ,M��,H.����PHwM*xa<L  [��'.w��.l!?a��U9-i.'.ajL?J,  OOOD    JOSEPH 4  vicTtmi.* ��c  VOT lilt  M��I<NM ttm (*>��'  ''^m^W^iW  ifpHrtapM.! _  _ \  .  coop,'jn��i>nt q  suit r lei.n  VlCtOfUA ��C  il    , ,  m w  wpvtm'i��iiwii��r"^..���.n.';rMn~Tr  L___2____  3S  fes^MfeiSM  ^^^���^^pfe^^li^q^^iftWM^^ffwi^^  p . IMP'  p   ,  l"    '   -  I    ^  7 ; ���  .!' k I     1  >.-~A,  ��i^'v  ,1      i  r  Page B-6 The, Peninsula Times        Wednocday, June 19, ,1974           lj\rt r%    D rrir'kfS r  ���"\T ~ : v-   .,<. t ^.   -,   7 p-  -   ����� -   '-'        7 ,     k:*T'>^,..i  , *      <. . J%J%Ml _ ,Fj-J VW *���*** *  2V fight inftaftoAVg& ,:>l : ; r 7'  .���   j  P /    \*   ) !  ���IA   (_���   .      yi     |J(  (   t _  ?W^lid^^*ibim  1 ?  i...  . j ./ 7 *���  "' im  1  Al' ~>7.  7- W* I f  r Vi^V'7^ ^.a.  ^  f@>  v^'/?v*'.��.T"  .. by Lome Greenaway  PEOPLE^ everywhere are asking/ s"What^  1     causes inflation?",,��tnd i"can anything?,  ^.be done;ahbu���� '   ~'    ,'-'       ' ���,V  '     The importance,of the .question lies,,.  7 in the fact that'it is the'biggest issue t;^  -the world today.' In spite, of warnings 207  s years ago abb^jnonetary imbalances anid >/  .commodity short&ges there?_uis been no.,  'concerted aotioti^by vtradih_^&unt4es'to7  7 mget these shortages, or to correct thes ���  .'cause of rapidly ^rising prices. ������     ' ,.���, %j  7 ���   The answer Wnot" to! stand Mid do ho- J,  'thing, the answer Is'to have a philosophy^  some principles and do, something. The  * price and income* control" program put-  ��� forward by Mr. Stanfield is a positive ap-!  proach to these matters., '. \_* 7   f ' -7 7 "'���  s!   The fact is that the initial control pro-,.  _ gram is a very short tenn device^-aMud-,'  ' /mum 90 days.'This freeze is not an.end  \ in itself, tout as a/necessary step in launch?"  a ing the overaUl,,iii3_jrtun. This stage Js neo-j  \ essary in order, to* put the hijdke on infla- -  ^tionary expectations. It also provides the ^  time for consultation with provincial, ih^�� x  dustrial, agricultural, labor and consumer  leaders, and it .affords the most; orderly '  jR-aBXCKDatilaL  ��� {  , i-m^^M  ... .Strait talk  "��    ��v    'i "*["'"-'  ������*���_  AN ITEM jn a iiewspafcer 'told Kow aA '���  t ; shippkgei^ ,  for, girls receiving 25 copies of \Tnet 7<  Joy of Sex insteaid of^TheiJoy-vOf  Cooking.. 7,    ;r.}',->   *v ., 7.. - 7V  spiciest  .       ���   ���  71eained how to make rescargots or  ^Vamour..  <( ^ ^    .        *.",  ]  7    But eviclently 7<t_tie' school did not1  , <x��npia!in and p aid the  Ial,r evln  > ��� though it totaled $25 more than the .  cookbooks would.have/cost.,,    -At   .  ',v':' .TTie.story so intrigued*me; I de- ,  ' f , cided\to( .call at the, school, and find  out just how{tnin'gs were,going since  the books had been exchanged.    ,,  7 ' "Where-is the, head rriistresst?!,'  'I asked.. V\.;:p:' ,\. JJ,s.u ,\  "Miss' Pruiiedanish is no longer '  with us," sfiidd the prim little .white- .  haired woman behind the reception  desk.    "   ; ���    " - '' ���  7^ 7'T7  !*Shehas,been'inshock ever since  ��he opeped that book at,what she  .thought was a recipe for apple Betty.,  Well, it wasn't, you know."   -, _^<. s.  "Wasnt what," I asked.     ~*~ 7  "Wasn't a recipe fpr apple Betty,"  rshe continued.^ "Jt Was a rather, ex-  '^^mmsm^mmssmmmmm^^m^m^s^^m  :\  u  ��2  ,'!.'t    %\?\  augiiaawweiHBWWBW  MBtsgMhMMWMacaaMMriirigBa.^^  1 ^7f7^7K;->.!"^-^:i77#^,v .'s;   ;;  -   7     7\  I   ��p  J, S'  i*l  ll"     '  .' iuiy^iL  ''.77.1.17__.7.7 :7' "'     ''cP'^n'v7 '  7 1 /7'fi 7 7^ A7v^v'rw .*; ,, ^���-?; ,.-,; v^    ^.  i.p  l^^^^^^S-^AS^^^^^^^iM  C_4-,��_4:U p?    AT LLOYD'S STORE    ,  OtUdlO u    GARDEN BAY, B.C  CWZ ��.:_-.   CANADIAN a HANDCRAFTS  fkllS ARTWORK  MNBU   HARIOUR. B.C  GIFTS  Open 7 Days a Week: 10:30 to 5:30  KRISTIN KRIMMEL: NVEAVW   7  DR. LOHNE GREENAWAY  "7 '    y Y. .* PC candidate  -ttjll        fa  pldt illustration of two people anid  they.were definiteiy not making <ap^  Betty. M was. terrible! Poor Miss  , ,   Prunedlanish, started screaming hys-  way of putting the flexible controls stage,   terically. We tried   to subdue her.  .which follow, into place. In this period   Luckily she ha^ an extra one of those -  thea^jwould be to ensuM,%at changes   ^ge old-��lyle bib aprbns at her'desk,  in pnces are issodiated wxth changes.,in   ** ���TJ.,^U*^^ **ra<iaM ia^nxr Vffl  ' costeV That changes in income are teteted   so we useddt tor a straight3��w��t. We   . �� -. to tooth Wp��flf2rts of past, inflation' and' a crtMSHWgd ^��te2��. a,,S.  VMgffmmfmmwwwiffmmemm  the sharing ,of increased real productivity vMa and tnuwedr.her, onto a .large  s a      p ,       . -�� ^ffl��� taf a stabilised economic dimate7 Tfiese   bread board. Then-we carted her off  are the guiding "principles of the "tempor-. itothe* hospital. She's still there; just  aryvcontrbis period,      .      *<    77 i ,���  siits".with a 'faraway look in her eyes  It "has been saiS that where controls   and a smile on" her Bps."      i  were toied in the U.S. and,TOL they x   ^��H<W    terrilble,", I   murmured.  Trudeau and Mr. Turner, have said for   ��    "To da!te She has only uttered one  some time that we are doing better, the   .word. For some reason she keeps  latest economic review (published}by the7 saying 'WOW'!"  , department of iinan'ce/clearly shows that  4     "And the girls,"  I askedrj!fhOW  ���this isiiottrue."An'internationll compari-   ^,re they'" -"    ���     f <   . r  aSTrar^^^11"1 " *T ���    " "Mbktelx .enBAten^d," said &  "In conclusion I.want to emphasize that   ��Hs lady gazlllg dawn Om nose of  1  "l ( '.  | Use theiriXfor. steady; low-cost  | than 3,900^ homes every, week.  f HE T//MES  I  Shop for--'big value" food bays  list along on your most important shopping trip of tiiD vrt - tho laoily IooeI needs  .i\,'  QUAUTITY  QUAHTITV  h$&H  LSt Et PLUMBISMG and  24-HOUR EMERGEMCY SERVICE  ATBNG  Installations'.#' Ropolro O Alterations  Water Heaterc O He? .Waiter Heating  which Was to have taken place with  the boys from St. Ooldshowers."  .       " *        J   ' ,      a       r ��� O  11 iisiil  ."-1  "���*<_."  tutorials' and Ffqq ' Information '  for tho DO-IT-Y0UHSELFEH  '7%11 ASli^JlAlniiU^^ ImH $  ��i  i  Cemenf tepfk Jttnk lusfciDlcafioBis   ' i ���,""ii "������' * ���" :" >��� ^^  cfmOltcnina   -   C^xcavatina.  g-ctnd Clearing ~ Rood Building  i  \-4pavel and Zrlll  ���886-2830  ,       .p.,. LJ*���a.... II <I     ,    i .  lilt ' a     m,      p    ��������������l��Hl��|WI.1HM��l l��      i I   V.(l M  Iq  John Hall  ���    r  "���i*V")|.      w*-   '' lilt  ,v   ^l|l��  Davo FUk  /Iii exciting new adventure In cooking. 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The Powell Biverincumlhent met June  12 with campaign officials Ken Bailter,  Wendy Bone and John McNevin, to discuss strategy. All three are Gibsons ires-  ddents.  Before leaving for Williams Lake to  take part dn a radio hot line show, Olaussen said lie was- satisfied with the response he received on the coast.  , "There Is widespread support for my  ' re-election down here," he said. "I was  pleased to find that most people I met  were favoralbly impressed with my per-'p  formance as an W?.u  ���  From the pulpit  r���by Pastor Gorry Foster,  THE PROWflPQIAL. government has recently relaxed tho liquor lows in the  provdnoe and a utatemenit by the attorney-  general announcing the proposed changes  contained Words such as 'out of ^q dank  ages', That Is, we are being more civilized  by allowing some <xf these things he feels.  ��� ��� Now ithere has always befen, a oegmenit  of our population that believes that because of ithihga such as 'puritanical influences/ andifcertain restraints and ^Hhou  Shalt not' commandments wo ore in the  dark, But I suggest ���thp opposite Is true,  As we become more relaxed and liberal  In oi��r fiooloty wo havo greater problems  than ever, X suppose fyborqllsolng aboritdon  , laws is bolng Tmbro olvlHzcdM Nonsense  ito that ityjio of reasoning,  Tho (Bible says 7 about  Jesus Christ  '"ciwilnglnt6"itMiTWrtdr''Tl)io"Mt{h'|;"'(Jesu8)  shines In'iho darkness,'^ Among other  thilnga ithis tells us that the hhman race is  In a staito of moral and spiritual darkness.  Tho Bilblo also says that "God doUvcra  , us ifrom the dominion of darknefls" and  Jesus flays, "Ho who follows me will not  walk in darkness, but will have the Jlghit  , oi Mo."      The attorney-general, all you readers  and 'the writer ot this column, If outside  of Christ, nro In a state of Ignorance and  darkness liccnuso our understanding has  been bMndcd 'by the gpd ' of this age-  Satan. Como to Chnlat, Ho Is the one who  bdnga ua 'out of the dark ages' and Into  God's marvellous light,  ��w��wwwi<��iiil<iii����wwwi����i��wwwwwio��WMi����rii����www��i>i��i��rio��in��i  Jd*v#�� lo _(V  BEAUTIFUL PLilCE  ?  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' r-> '  "  ,,A��  Happenings around the Harbour  Wadwosdey, Jmbo 10/ 1074  -The Peninsula Times    - : Page2 B-7  TRADITIONAL UKRAINIAN hand- Madeira Part This is a set of decor-  deoonalted Easter1 eggs were Iealtured ated eggs as created by Mrs. Kindt Expo 74 by OHveKindracshiiik of dr'achuk.   -, ���'/ ���  Pender woman artist . . .  aster -@  by Kathleen YuU    .  PENDER HAiRBOUK���A special feature  of Spokane's Expo '74 is the Folk Life "  Festival ���_,-*' v 7"  Festival afificiais celebrated Ukrainian  .week last month and for the occasion decided to have a specialist demonstrate the  fine Ukrainian art.of  "writing"  Easter  ��* /   ^ r -__��� <  eggs.  But did they send to the Ukraine for  thedr expert? No, indeed: they came to  Pender Hanbour.  Olive Kdndrachuk was taught in childhood by her mother "the very preicise  skills involved, and she in turn has handed them on to her daughters, and now  to her young 'granddaughter. Olive feels  -that this.centuries-old traditional form of  art should not be allowed' to disappear,  and she's doing her best to see that'Sit  doesn'pt. Several women" who "were 5n-  struloted Iby her in Vancouver before the  Kindrachuks retired to the Harbour area  are now conducting classes erf their own,  and on the prairies,where many people  of Ukrainian origin have settled there  jimin��iiniminiiiniMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinniniiiiwiiii��  Gibsons Pentecostal      1  HIGHWAY & MARTIN 1  Sunday School 9:45 a.m. S  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  s  PHONE 886-7.07 f  | Pastor: Garry Foster g  RllUIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIillUIIUIUUIIIIIIinr  S7.p HILDA'S CHURCH  SUNDAY, JUNE 23:  8:30 a.m.��� Holy Communion  10:00 a.m. ��� Dedication of  Belfry  THE REV. N. J. GODKIN,   .  ���     Phone 883-2640  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY -.  Sunday School  Morning Worthlp  Evening Service  Prayer & Bible Study,- Wed.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri, ���  PHONE 885-2671  PASTOR: FRED NAPORA  10:00 a.m.  11:15 a.m.  7:30 p.m.  7:30 p.m.  , 7i00p.m.  JjlMIMMIIIIIMIIIIHIMIIIUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIiUIMIIHIIIMr  Th�� United ChurclB  of Canada  SERVICES:  St. John'* United Church - Davla Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.rp.  Roberts Creek United Church  Sunday Services ��� 2:30 p.m.  '    Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  MINISTRY:  Rev. Jim Wlllamson, Gibsons, 886-2333  TiMiaaiiiHMHi" iiiihiiiiiiiiiuuiuiiiiiihm��>��""��  BAPTIST CHURCHES  886-2611 ���i 886-7449  Pastor: Wllbcrt N. Erickson  ' GIBSONS: Morning Worship 9:30; Sun-  day School 10:45; 7:00 p.m.  Sundays. Study hr. 7:30 p.m.  ��� Thursdays.       ,  SECHELT: Sunday School   10:00 a.m.;  ,   Mornlno Worship lj:15 Sundays. Study * hour 7|30 p.m,  . 7Wednesd<jy*.,..,,     ...,> ,7,.  ^^ITr8^Y0UR^RIQHT^Mn7  TO PROGRESS  Progress keyed to spiritual  values is based on God's llfnltless  love for man, ;      ���  Broadcast this Sunday over  many stations, wmcludlng CJVP,  1470 Kcs.iat9;30a.m.  iheTlpH  ihofH���fllS  A ChrUtlan  Qclanc*  r��<ilo sarin  are others carrying on (the national tradition. ' -"-  Olive's skill has been featured on ttv  and in various publications over the years.  In the Ukraine, the preparation and  exchange of Pysanky, of, Ukrainian Easter  eggs, has been going on" since before the  beginning of the Christian era. in that  part of "the world..In those early years  the decorated _ eggs, symbolizing em-  hryondc 'life, were considered to have  mystic qualities and were .used in ceremonies celebrating the reawakening of  all living things dn the spring. With the  .Ukrainian conversion to Christianity, they  -, became part of the Easter celebration1.  ��� At the beginning of Lent, womeiustaxt  preparing (the lovely gifts, and on Easter  morning they are exchanged, traditionally  with the giver saying "Christ ds'Bdsen" as  he, prefers his pysanky, asd the receiver  responding, "Indeed Hie has."  The incredibly intricate designs incorporated in 'the decoration of the eggs  have symbolic significance���a variety of  types of cross, includdng-the three-armed  orthodox cross, symbolizing the crucifixion; a continuous line, eternity; dots large  of. small, Mary's tears-as she pleaded with  Pilate for her son's 'life, and so on. Roses,  horns, geometric designs, animals, fish,  butterflies, maidens���the variety of stylized details included in the various patterns is. limitless.  Olive showed how the eggs are 'Sffriifc-  <ten." The woix! pysanky comes from the  Ukrainian "veito for "to write", and one'  speaks of writing pysanky, not of decorating them'.  , Theeggs are painted _whole-^ordinary7  ���'fresh a eggs wfth 'the yolk and white sftall  inside. A series of dye, baths is prepared  in a variety of colors, and then the writing begins. It is done with a fine stylus  ���made like an infinitely .tiny funnel of  metal affixed to a handle���which, must  be heated before use. Olive used to heat  hers in a candle flame or a lovely ceramic  spirit lamp, but more recently she has an  electrdcally-heaited stylus made for her  by her husband.  'When the stylus is warm, the open  esd of the minute funnel is dipped into a  container of wax, and1 then the stem end  ���as fine as the finest pen nib���is used Ito  write that pant of the design which is to  remain white. When all of the white areas  have been covered,' the egg is immersed'  in the palest colored dye bath, probably a  pale yellow.. Then the stylus is used to  cover .those areas which will remain yellow in ithe finished pysanky, and it is dipped in the next palest dye bath. And so  on until all of the varying depths of color  have been applied.  The wax is removed by placing the  eggs briefly in a lukewarm oven and wiping ithem with tissue,.Then several coats  of varathane are applied to strengthen  and preserve ithe egg, and when itheso aro  dry, it is finally ready for blowing, to  remove the interior portion of the egg.  Tho thought of taking a needle and  breaking into an eggshell on which one  has labored for as much as ten hours lis  horrifying ito ime. But Olive tells me they  very rarely break. And once (blown, Ithe  beautiful gifts will last virtually forever.  Olive has scores of them, each different  from all the others, in her home.  The work ds extremely fine and demanding, and normally Mrs. Klndrachuk  cannot write her masterpieces for too long  at one sitting without hurting her eyes.  However, during ithe period of Ukrainian  week at Jpxpo, May 0 to 13, oho was  demonstrating her skills from noon to 7  p.m'. each day, on endurance test that  ,__,,.. lejfy,. her .eyes, sitiralncd .��nd,.tlrcdior*itwo....  weeks after she returned' home,  '  '   To 'give a friend pysanky is to wish  him  good fortune  and happiness,  and  eternal life, There Is an old oupcrtfUtiori  that one who keeps a igl/tt of ithe eggs from  JSastcr through the year will be p^ectedi  from all ftniltffortuno. Olive Klndrachuk  has many scores of them Jn hex home,  most written by herself but some by other  artists, Of course Ito not supenrtlUow,  but something scema to have endowed  this diarnrlng woman with more ithan ordinary serenity! could it bo her treasured1  pysanky?  , by tfothfoon YuHG03-S069  _ I     " " _ I  yeSar7 Not   everyone's "luck   was   bad *  though: Norm Edwardsori had an'exceptionally successful halibut fishing trip in  waters further to the, north. Like the   >  , rest" of us, they - can't, win !em all, butfr  ��� .it's, nice to hear of some successes.  , i,   Gene, Bernzen told me a . delightful  .little  story about' bis pet peacock re-   ���  cently. The, hen bird is sitting on eggs  right now, and the withdrawal of her  '"attention from the chauvinistic1 cock has  - ihade his restless. He turned up miss- '  '- ihg some days ago, and Vi and Gene  were anxious for his safely7 - "  ,   Recently they had a call from the"  Hurd's (they live in that new A-frame  ' on the Egmont, Road)' to say that the  bird was sitting on,the roof of their .  -house. It was too late to do anything  about getting him home that night, and  Bernzens were confident that he'd come  back on his own anyway. ,  ,;, However,  Monday  morning. dawned  with no'sign of him, and the next report of his travels came from Dot Silvey on' Tuesday  morning.  Seems he'd  'spent the previous night    at Dot, and  Stan's house.  7 Gene decided he'd "better make sure  the bird didn't take a wrong turn a-  gain, so he made his way to the Silvey's  ���io escort the prodigal back where he  belonged. Of course; you can't pick up  a peacock and carry him home, so it  was a case of herding him. It' was' a  long slow process getting the confused  animal to turn in the right direction as  -they made their way through the path  from the Silvey residence, back on to  ithe Egmont Road; and eventually around  the final 'corner to their destination. Providentially, Stan Silvey was on hand to  prevent the bird heading down to the  government dock at the final intersection and he was successfully steered into  the  enclosure.  , Vi and Gene hope to have young peacocks in a couple of weeks if the weather  holds. 'They already' have a charming  family of baby ducks.  Heard a report that Albert Edward-  son had to stop last week to mend a  band in a small private airplane., Lil is   big tear in his herring net here in the  the mother of three young men, ' but   Harbour" area.s .  THE; approach to Canoe Pass through  Gerrans Bay is > a pretty tricky route to  navigate, with rocks of one,shore and  > docks projecting off the other, as Doug  SladeydiscovCTed* about ten days ago.  . Doug .was making his way through the -  channel after dark and ran into one of  the docks, which is not equipped with a  light. His boat was considerably damaged,  but luckily he was himself unhurt by the  collision.     ," ,   /.    ���>��� ,,       ;+  . There's a question such art accident  raises: does ownership of waterfront property, give1 the .owner the right to obstruct  a' channel with his" floats? -v 7     ,  Barry Wilbee, chief of the Pender Har-  bour Volunteer Fire Brigade, tells me  the firemen have been working on a washroom addition to the firehalL Installation  of the, septic tank is hi the .final^stages,  and the,new facility should be ready before long.-  The firemen are, pleased, to report  that, with your help, they have collected almost all of the funds they .were  seeking for the provision of fireworks  for; the.big show next Halloween night.  So the show will go on.  Last Friday night was the occasion of  a celebration for the 1974 graduates of  Pender Harbour high school There was  a' dinner and dance at ithe school building. And next Tuesday is Awards Day  at the school. If you wish to attend this  ceremony, it starts at 1 p.m.  The elementary school held a sports  day Thursday last It was a beautiful  day, and younger brothers and sisters,  as.welLas mothers, were on hand to enjoy the holiday atmosphere. There were  all kinds "of tests of skill and speed, and  many a small chest was proudly displaying ribbons attesting to the wearer's  prowess.    .  I was interrupted in my preparation of  this week's column by a call from Van-  . couver, from an intrepid Ottawa friend  who is visiting British Columbia. Of  , course several friends have flown out on  commercial airlines, but' this one had  flown as co-pilot, navigating for her hus  I  . 1w11__Gtn._THEA.11  Supersedes program as odv^itedihour Movie7<3uide  wigjig^^;;^^  when Harry got his flying license, she  decided she had to get airborne too, and  has been taking flying lessons. She reports the flight through the mountains,  at an altitude, only; marginally higher  than the highest peaks, was the thrill of  a lifetime. Unfortunately, their's is not  a float plane, so they're unable to fly  lip to this most beautiful section of the  coast.       ' 7   '  .  GEOLOGISTS  Our area is famous for more than its  beauty, however. There's a party of  geologists presently working out of the  Egmont area, studying the unusual for- .,  mations around Jervis inlet���two of  them, I'm told, are staying with Flo Williams, across the salt chuck from Egmont. Not only the. rocks,-but also the  flora and fauna of the region are attracting the attention of scientists. On June  22, the Vancouver Natural History Society is coming up to have a look at the  life forms in the Skookumchuk channel  Gene Bernzen will tage them up to the  swift-running channel at low tide, and  they plan to study the animal and plant  life which manages to exist in and a-  round the .fast moving waters.  SKOOKUMCHUK  The Skookumchuk aso figures in the  plans of/a local group-r-the Pender Harbour TOPS Club. They will be making  their annual hike up the nature trail  on June 20. The Sechelt branch of TOPS  has been invited to come along.'  That's an interesting walk, as well  as a strenuous one, We made it last year  in the company of Bobby and May How-  itt, children of Edna Hewitt. May is a  great guide for such a walk: she was  able to show us half a dozen edible  ' plants growing along the trail, and when  we reached the water she introduced me  to the exotic taste of sea urchin yolk.  It's a bright orange fingerfull of a substance that resembles, egg yolk in appearance. Even in taste it's not unlike  the more familiar breakfast food, with,  a hint of something that lets one know  it's seafood. I understand it's an excellent source of protein.  If ever I manage to survive being  lost in the bush for a protracted period,  I'll have May to thank for it.  Ron Philips and Frank Bealo, two  of our local commercial fishermen, are  home after a disappointing scries of  breakdowns in tho course of their halibut fishing, Ron't halibut winch, I hear,  gave most of the trouble, Hope they do  well with tlio salmon, as they did loot  SQUARE RIGGER  Iris Griffiths tells me Albert Hodson  has the distinction of being the only  square-rigger in the 'Egmont area. This  resourceful-man has found his own method of dealing with- the high price of  energy fuels: he's put up a square sail  on his 14-foot craft and is using all that  free wind. ���   .  Here's an item of special interest to  commercial fishermen. I understand that  it is possible for these men to arrange  to exercise their franchise on election  day this, summer even if they are out on  the high'seas. Dot Silvey, who is returning officer- for, Egmont as well as the  local postmistress', says that a proxy may  be appointed' to complete the ballot for  the absent voter. If this concerns you,  please ehquire f-uljrtlrer; about "details  and'udeadIines',''tisJmy'infoftrfati6h is incomplete and I don't know how much  time you will have'to make your arrangements.  Many of the items of news I have  for you this week seem to originate' in  Egmont: the Madeira Park - Garden Bay  area hasn't been nearly as fully represented. How about letting me know what's  going on right here in the Harbour before Thursday of next week? I'U be on  hand mornings, late afternoons and evenings to receive your calls.  Send for your copy of the advertising in- .H  dustry's code of ethics. Read the booklet.  Keep it handy.  If you see an advertisehienMhat you think t__*_  breaks or seriously bends the rulesTfill in"  and mail the. complaint noice enclosed  with the Code booklet. c  .- j--rt&-*t*.  Free Canadian Code of  . Advertising Standards  Mail to: Advertising Standards Council  B.C. Region P.0: Box 3005 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3X5.  Serid me a copy of thrsSvefEffciifg industry's Code  of Standards, including a complaint notice.  NAME  Send  for your  booklet  today.  ADDRESS  . 7 _��.,  '      "IS  ...PROVSL.  Ccsscsdtan A<9tfertfetag Advisory Etoerdt  . wo \we*St flcr batter esdvertkU^.  CITY ZONE  vjjJf  p��iuJJ1����ftll*��!W"i|.ifi!1  ifflj&i "_s.*jfjffliB^fiy  mrMMM/MfMmmwiitMrimimimimrjiJ/iMtimitJiMeiimrwmA  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  Send ��� Drain Hock ��� Cruchcd Gravol, ate.  Wo now havo 2 concroto mixer trucks to sorvo you.  R.R. 1, GARDEN BAY  PMONE: 003-9011  Vmr/fj/smrf/ifM^  HOW'S YOUR  GARDEN GROWING?  Theso books will help you g6t  better results with less work.  THE PACIFIC GARDENER - Willi*  GARDENING FOR THB WKT -  Nicholson  THE BASIC DOOK OF ORGANIC  GARDENING - Rod**  '    GARDENING  HOW TO ��ROW ROSES - S��ni<*  PRUNING HANDBOOK . Surawt  HOW TO MAKE IT ON TOR UND  iftrfM W  IBM5*  fMriti&    *  WmmW*mitt<*mtW0i 'HintMitw  ���j..*, wttfofl. ������ -���^-���tiMXii.nt^tfii.  m in' m***a**im\- ���*������*���"���  Offer Expires July 10th  . i 7*  '   i  ���M-V    nj �� , ���      J��.   ^   ^i J  'i.  lv  V- V  -    -    i>   ' '/  tea  held by? Fioiiegrs  Halfmoon Say Happening?  uan  7^1  .   <       "'    "77 '   , '        / a    , a V       '        7        V  Page B-8 The Peninsula Tlmea     -,/ Wednesday, June 19, 1974  ,- '���- .7V' .  7 -' " - s -V  -���by Maurice Hemstreet  7^^e^ii^^;A-:;7.i  HKESSHK^B  3B��_i��  ���     '   7'  .       i,o        , .-e-< s 7.7 1v.v"     4     7   "  '. \*<_S.  n'7?_ sv , 7 ftv '�� ; *>"   ��.   '-���/   Bus:, 26*7111^,  L-yV-v -< 7^ /7    ���> 7 77 ' >./',  Res: 273-67477^'  SI7 7.7. 7- v - 7   _,-:__a   '    " . .'  Y    '    'v*/'.  m_\____m^ammmm_m_\__\w/^''',^l\     7-   / '/  7-^      '7  ,.-Pf!       -  Wilson served the guests. , *'  gic competitors and, the power generated   .Their eldest [ daughter, is a school teacrter^Kdance callers, had coffee; shot'the bull,  iCr  4V.��.'<H1    crfi.^o^tt.' ivP ,l4Via  or>Vi/u\l   />niVl/4 '   TTho   "RaT-nralna   Vmil   from   WinniiTAfr   and   ��� tnnnpd  t.Vift ViiHp anH  mnflo wmnvo ^nncer '  E. il. (Miskey) C��S  pVp,   . *\�� "    s vJ'--rfi7'v��t _  >*;   ,.<.    .. ,v\>.^a  fvA77">7^/^c 7^'^ -;r.       '  OW N i iROS^ ROlfo  :,<  .Am  .'a 1    >  1,1  'I  'l-p ���,'  �����.,  f.'V.->'    ' 1  Jvfe  -   "   1_f7l.I.*���  '      *' ' 1  40th ond ^Werf",Boulevord; (opposite Kerrisdofe Arena)  41st and GranvilleStreet, Vancouver 13. B.C. \ >  '  m'A 7   7.f*>J  l 't     ���       '^">7.4 '   .���,/.-:,. 7   7;   '���  "���V.   '    ".PL   ^  i'/!./'    '���'i'  V" v *   * il*  4, ^ 77!77777___.*'f  " ft, 't-M  I .'Vi?  ymtV*  ' ^y*"7  ager  Sheridan,  Adams, Chfeayi'Jldams, Eleen Bandi, Ava1   son(  Todj Trippel,  Denise  Baker,   and Pat, who lias already been working on5a. clings. Now evidentally, all you have to  Bandi, Susan Slack, and Tammy Enns.    g^ Ryser.,i__e youngsters becalme ���the troiler up north, has,been laid off be-    do to qualify is just square dance to  A niuriber of changes will be cominig    uthest of acrobats as they worked their cause of> the poor fishing. He tried get:��, Clyde Drivere's, calling. I am sitting'here  into the pioneer girls program in the iall,  -^y along the tracks, by; carCwheelsaiid ting a'job^on construction work at Bsiy-.-listening^ to a'tape; of-his a calling and I  and_ these were mentioned briefly by the, somersaults,'   the>   winners   being   Elsie Kiver but there atoo, ,he  found .thin^Y would   say,7that  he  handles   a, square  chairman.  s   .                '   "    ^      ,, -   /'.__t__ay,    Greg: Francis,';  Joannelt Tom, were at a standstilL    %       '   v    v     '-'i*   :��dance club the'same as I7do7so, he  ^ p Pastor Erideson was present for1 the;  David Wisdn,, Aleda Pascal and Bobby ��� ' B.C. Hydro power.has now been re-   iusi has to be a fantastic^ caller? Toot-  program and presentations, and after ex-    Wilson; ��� *, , - 7     v ' ' ��� 7 .- 7 .: j .>> ��� l; stored to'Merry Island lighthouse after ��� t��ot-                '           '  le^ini*0^f!^tionsJtotheg^ls'C^0sed^ \   ^��e jump winners, were'Krista Bak- a weeic of problems for the light keepers.7,     Well, mayibe- thist. Saturday night  with the beneOietaon..            ;. ,    -:   ,>     er, Denise Baker/Aleda Pascal,-Jimmy ,-nie,line was broken.1 by a tugboat and1  we will get a square together and do a  Peters, Bobb,y Wilson and'Seail Ryser. s ,the station had to switch, over  to* its'f. little practicing. So if you have an .idea  Winners of the'high jump,were'Eddie'7 auxiliary power plant, v      ' "' that you would like .to tty square danc-  7 Tom, .Joanne Tom; Billy Trousdell, Den- _     jfc^ gu^ atVthe Bob Trousdell'^ in& give me a call at 886-2335 and we  - .  ,         .    {         >( > ,          ,            p   ise; Baker,'Aleda-Pascal .and Bobby Wil- home have been Bob's parents, Mr. arid ' v��1 ^^ y��u ready to start with the  closes for summer       " ^      ^" ~ "^ "  ���* ^ * _.   \  Roberts Creek unit  mmummiMmmttmtfMtgMMm  ROBERT$ OREEK-i-St.,Mary'i  Auxiliary brought its spring ��.���,��.. .- ,             ,      ,     -                       ��� s   __ x^a.   ~���� ��.����.���� w,  w���� *��-*  - ��~.. ^i^-��.*..w, ��..,,��., ^m.^ ���..�������  a close by holding a dinner, meeting in 7*"* relay race was won by the Mus- joying a ^^ ^^ her gigterand broth-    improve, I think. So for now I will leave  the new Parthenon Theatre Restaurant,, *���*&&> captained by Ebue Hany and ttie ^j.^.^���  jj,., and Mjs. George Maybee    you with this thought-in mind:    '  Sechelt.      r .-,..,  ',.        I_    t tug <fm-tar ^l,^*1^3^1^ of, Sault Ste Marie with their children >'    ' The hardest, instrument to. learn1 to  Arranging the dinner;were Mrs. Dor- ��* ,?Sf^i?^%r?^Sw5  ��2 ShelVl ^d ^^ :     -                       .  '- V P^ is second fiddle, but remember, in>  othy Morrow,-Mrs., Jean Mcllwaine;and was J^JVmg. Vs  which gamed the ,    ��� f        - /     '7 square dandng,'-we all play first fiddles.  Mrs. Eleanor "Gritt.  ','          ���    ".' S^TJ^^ ^^SrSJh^iiZ H       J             1    i           ^      7     w ^ See, you at rtihe square dank  ' ^W'SSTSdE!^^ -Garden club, summer:  ports and the latest coordinator s council Da^d Wilson.  Todd Trippel' and BaJ ,''',-',"-        '^"'  ^^.u&^^mWS 2e�� rf. isu"��?^ ��� show slated:. June 22 .���*  Sa.    > .. m^-j.^, i_ T���1w q_j rn'oeAava aggregate   was. David  Wilson  with'45 ��������������� ������    w������..waw_., w wwav   ��������  Ku^t^XS.SxSlho?, !�� aS ^te; .^"^ ^ f^ **f ��� ~2 *J SECHELT-Bechelt Gfden7ChiVs sum:   '  Nixon said thatRoberts Gre^ Saturdays ^ft agnate *��- the girls with 38 mer show will, be held in St. Hilda>  will be June 22, July 27 and August 91. P0"1*8. Church HaU from 2 to 6 p.m��� Saturday,  In concluding .the meeting president,.       At noon there was a break while the June 22. ������ *   '   .                  ���    . ���  Gladys Ironside .wished all members a sma11 dynamos' were recharged with hot '    A special entry in the show wilTbe-a,,  happy summer" until our next'meeting dogs, pop1, and ice;^ cream., The program dish garden for children under, 12.     -\  scheduled  for 7,Monday, ,'Sept. 9 hr St. 1 was planned and organized.by Mrs/M. Entries must be in the hall by 10:30 ajn.  Aidan's, Hall Road, Roberts Creek. Davie who pays tribute to the parents Saturday. Membership in the cub is not    and "friends .who   gave  such  .valuable necessary to enter. .7    . '                   ��  Close to 300,000 ~ Canadians work in . help. Assisting were Mrs. Bob Trousdell,. The final meeting of the season was',  Canada's logging, and wooit-using   in- Mrs.'Frank Jorgensen, Mrs. Cliff Connor, held last week.  Meetings /will resume';"  dustry.            7,                  ' Mrs.   Cor  Zuidema,  Mfs.r Bill' Pallant, Sept.;4.   "'     "        " "'   "                "  ' '"  3����fa��iaiaiaBiiffi'JB^^^  "!<��$�����  ") ,        '/IT    1 ^ 1!        ' Jr  a  .i '7'-7  tjf.  llegMarfnieiif  't*s  1  y,  ��'7 7  *,  of Lcibour 77;  f  Li",��  '/  jf"7".  USTEIATE .  /  .  ���      _* '"' r \  g   o   o  e   o  Residenticol Cdrefakers  i * r \ r r  By; order of the Board of Industrial Relations effective  July I/1974, a revised Minimum Wage Order yvill be applic-  able to the occupation of, Residential Caretaker. This Order will  :  provide for the-following Minimum Wages:  1. $150.00 per month plus $��.00 per month per  _ residential suite  in apaYtment, buildings containing more than four and less than sixty-one  / residential suites. 7   *,  2. $510.00 per month in apartment buildings containing more than sixty residential suites.  '-I  I  /  For additional information on these-and other changes ft"  l\'  - contact your nearest office of the Department of Labour, Labour  ,  Standards Branch, or direct your enquiries to the Labour Stan-  / dards Branch, Deportment of Labour,, Parliament Buildings,  / Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X4.  .*'

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