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 a��u     f  If they are closed',  3  DON Lockstead MLA assured a group of  NDP supporters May 25 that the provincial government will ''assume responsibility" for any mines closed by the  management in opposition to Bill 31, the  controversial mining royalties legislation.  Speaking at a Sunshine Coast NDP  Club dinner in,Gibsons, he maintained  that the mining industry should pay royalties on the natural resources it uses just  as other sectors of industry,are subject  to royalties.  When the NDP, came to power, "we  - outlined  a. program. of helping  people  through hospitals and other facilities, and  we" are committed to accomplishing it and  On the ^proposed, Public Disclosures  Act, Lockstead said: "I haven't received  one bit of correspondence' from anyone  who* is against the bill although some'  suggest ammendments." >  He said that by the end of the week,  the provincial government would have  made a decision on possible amendments  to the act.!   ' ,   , 7 '  If elected officials "have nothing to  hide, they have ��� nothingi to fear"- from  , the legislation, he said.  The MLA said he felt the present  provincial government in,B.C. was the  best the province has ever had.  Bill Hartley,   provincial  minister   of  Servlno the Sunshine CoosV (Howe Sound to1 Jervisilnlef), including port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Lending, Gibsons,,Roberts Creek, f. .  Wilson Creek, Selmo forkjS-chelt^Holjmopn .^ Pofk, Garden .Boy.Jrvine's'Lbnding, Eorl Cove; Egmont.' J��fr . Jl  largest"circulation of any paper on the southern sunshine COAST V  v, -    y 7   Vol: h. No. 27 -^7V  Th?$ Issue 16 Pages ~ J 5c  WEDNESDAY; MAY 29, 1974  we," will accomplish it. But we need funds"; public works, who also present at the  he said.'-1                '              ��� ' 7 function, told supporters that Jhe mining  "For many years, the mining compan- companies in B.C. had not paid $100 bet-  ies paid  no royalties  like loggers  and ween them in royalties to the province,  fishermen did. ��� They should pay a' fair "We charge royalties to loggers and  return back to the-province for the re- to ranchers for grass and water," he said,  sources they use." "If this' is fair for ranchers, it's fair for  And he . promised:  "If a mine puts the~ mining industry."  pressure-on the government by closing He said the government was prepared  down the mine, the goevmment will as- to amend the mining royalties bill, "but  sume responsibility for that mine." we .are not prepared to withdraw it."  May 31 in^ Gibsons - . .  i  GIBSONS���Ladies auxiliary members of  Gibsons Legion will wind up .the mini  bus drive May 21  with a door-to-door  fund-raising, blitz in the village.  Transportation chairman John Lewis  urged local residents to keep their porch  lights on and support the drive. "No  donation is too small no donation is too  big," he said. (  The campaign will continue throughout' the day and evening, with Legion  members aiding the ladies wherever possible.  Lewis said that Snoopy, himself, would  be in Gibsons during the blitz, .so "watch  for him." ^  The transportation chairman is confident that the blitz will be the "one  final pudh to put us over the top" of  the $10,000 target figure. ,  Contributions to the fund last week  totalled almost $2,000, Sechelt council  donated $500; Port Mellon Community  Association, $200; Sunshine Rebekah  Lodge, $100; < Sunshine Coast Lodge No.  76, $100. , ___  A benefit concert sponsored by the  Sunshine Choristers' (netted over $130  towards the fund.  This, along with $500 from Gibsons  Lions ��� Club and - $406 from St. Mary's  Hospital employees and some 'personal  donations made last week' the most successful of the drive.  Lewis said his committee would like  to ithank members of the International  Order of Oddfellows for manning bus-  fund, food booths during Sechelt Timber  Days.  Winners of Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary's raffle in aid of the fund were: 1,  Edna Hewitt, Egmont, no. 177; 2, Hazel  Skytte, Roberts Creek, no. 212; 3, Hazel  Skytte, no. 216.  Winning tickets were drawn May 20  by Ina Grafe, Shirley Derby and Dorothy  Goeson.  Will co-ordinate services .  iiv *s*y >'*-y*; yt%      ���  / i? as**   * & \     i r  AFTER only 10 months in existence, the  1 Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Council (formerly Sunshine Coast Coordinating Council for Health and Human  Resources) is moving into high gear to  co-ordinate and administer a wide range  of public services on the coast.  The group's first project, provision of  a mini bus to transport the elderly and  infirm to hospital, doctors' appointments,  senior citizen's meetings and other activities, has almost reached it's fund-raising  target of $10,000 to purchase the bus.  A Homemakers Club has been formed  under, the auspices of the council to  provide aid to families which require help  at the domestic level.  Joe Kampman, finance committee  chairman of the group, predicted the  councir will eventually establish an in;  formation, and counselling centre to house  public service personal and provide a  "crisis centre"' on the c-dasl;..    ."'  But; "We can't get off the ground until  we register under the Societies Act and  become eligible for, government fundo,  and we will need sizeable funds.!'  Once ithese funds are available,' the  council could act as a '"hub" for a widje  range of projects, he felt.  Kampman said the council could take  on the duties of the community resource  boards proposed by,, tho provincial government, ' ; '..,.'     '.'  \     t ,;,' ��� , ."  If a community resource board waa  established on tho coast, "I om concerned  that two groups will organize to'ithe'somo  purpose but work at cross purposes" he  nald, "Thla Js totally undesirable whoro a  small community llko thl/s Is concerned,"  Ho maintained that tho government  would not establish a resource board  In this area if ft local organization proved  itself capable of the san\o function.  ���"What tho government is , saying la:  'You dolt yourself or -we'llmove in and  do it for you,'"      ' , ,  At   present,'   tho   council   comprises  .'*:  /��  FOR SECOND YEAR in succession,*   _ ,     . ,    _  Ken Nelson of PoweHVRiver/- rightif LOCatlOn. not decided . . .  proved himself Logger of .the Day$��       -��  May207at' Sechelt Timber Days1 _og-*?f ^*��B^-i____rt__#J^__!K_--_i_  gens! /sports^ ^He .won -three '-events % > .  and placed second iii a fourth:1 Here,  he receives Weldwood trophy from. ,  Sechelt's mayor Harold Nelson. Com-   '  plete results of Timbers Days events  are in today's sports page. Additional  pictures are also insi.de.__  -���..AH  1  o  I'V* **���***�������� "J^i'V*4^* \*i��Hwia*v ��M.^,.i.>1..  *���  Lkvt /'M  ��������\*  \  ���' J i.  m       ^"���K     *_  Mlm+am MammmmM  *Ty i-vfis.fy   r  JOE KAMPMAN  ... finance chairman  around 45 people, with 18 active members.  Personel supporting the council include a doctor, social worker; architect,  business! systems analyst and others expert in niany fields relating to tho provision, of community services.  At a recent meeting, representatives  '��� --too pnflo A-2  Police hold man  after break-in  SECHELT���Police have a local man in  custody following an early morning  break4n and fire May 25 at the C&S  hardware store on Cowrie Street.  ���  Partner dn the store, Bill Swain, said  someone appartently gained entry to the  building between 6:30 a.m. and 7 q.m. by  breaking a window in the front door.  The culprit then stole $50 from, the  till and7set,;.fJ!rie';.lpo!,.1^e;i^uhter.  A nearby resident witnessed the Incident and called the RCMP and fire  department,  "The firemen did a wonderful Job and  got the fire out without too much water,"  said' Swain.   "There  was   some  smo^e  damage, but UTcould have been much  ���worse.",/���   ,:,,".'.. .'".''' p>7 ���''  Don Head latest winner  in lions 400 Club draw  GIBSONS-^Don Head of Glbsona was  last week's $100 winner in tho local  Llops 400 Club draw7 7 ���  Hla ticket was drawn by Tom Smith.  THE provincial government is considering establishing a government building on the coast,  Don Lockstead MLA  told The Times Saturday.  The MLA said he and provincial public works minister Bill Hartley intended  to tour the area Sunday looking for possible sites.  ' "We looked at the number of government offices on the Sunshine Coast and  felt there was a need for a government  .building here," he said. "But we have  not yet suggested any specific location,"  Statistics and population figures indicated the need for a central building to  house <all government services, said Lockstead.' ���',���. ���  ''7:.; ','',', '��� 7'.'  But !'lt won't happen in the immediate  future," he stressed. "It could take two  or three, years."  Lockjstead was on the coast thla week-1  end bo attend a dinner in honor of retiring NDP member of parliament Grace  Maclnnls, ',, ', 7 ' ;,.',, .7'  Ontho  proposed  Public   Disclosure  Act, he said the NDP was alated to meet  in  caucus May  27  to discuss  possible  amendments  to the controversial legls-.  latlpn.. ,"'.,'      ,'.  " '   ' ���'   -�� '7  , ... One of the areas the government  ''might have another look at'Ms the proposed dmplemontmUon date of tho bill.  "We might" put lt back to ,tho nojet  municipal election, so anyone who feola ���  uncomfortable >��� with the act won't have  to resign," he said. "They can just not  stand again."  In its present form, the proposed act  requires public officials who own more  than 30 per cent of a' corporation to  undergo an audit.  , The Companies Act also requires an  audit of major stockholders, the MLA  explained.  "We will possibly change the, act so  the Companies Act audit will suffice,  without another under the Public Disclosures Act."  Lockstead' revealed that the government was initiating a study of natural  resources irntbe central coast area, between .Rivers Inlet and the ,Ocean. Falls  area.   ', ������ ��� 7''    ���'',.���.  ��� Purpose of the three-phase study will  be to "determine the' values of timber,  fish and other resources-within the area.  4,Evor since I was elected, I have been  pressing for a study'to determine all the  resources,",he said,   ~   '  Although prevlouir provincial governments "gave away" irnuch-ol.,|tb.e central  coast' area' through tlrrtber rlghtg, "we  still have a great deal of control tin the  area," ,,       ��� ' '���'   ,���'���''' '','���, ���        ��� '������ '> <  Included in ptho study aroa is ono of  tho largest fish spawning areas In. the  province, said Lockstead,  Tho study starts this week, '  SECHELT���Friday is the last chance for  anyone wishing to enter the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce's symbol contest. .    ,��������  "Several excellent" entries have been  received," said Chamber president Bob  Scales, "and it will be a tough job selecting a winner."  The chamber is offering $5 to the  winner of the contest.  Entrants should bear in mind that the  symbol should simply and clearly express  the unique atmosphere of the Sechelt area. It should be readily recognizable vand  easily convertible if, reproduced in black  and white or in color.        '���  The symbol will be used on chamber  stationery, on signs and on publicity pertaining to the chamber.       ,  7 The symbol will be acceptable for use  on stationery qnd publicity of firms and  organizations: serving ,the area from Halfmoon Bay to Roberts Creek.  ".    Scales said the contest is open to any  artist, regardless of standing ������' profes-,  sional or amateur and open to any age  bracket.  The  competition  will also  bo  opon to anyone, regardless of where they  '  UVO. ','''���'������.  The Judge's decision will,bo final and  the winning entry will become the prosper ty of the chamber.  ' Entries should bo sent to; Chamber  Symbol Contest, c/o peninsula Times, Box  ' 310, Secholt, B.C. VON 3A0. ,  ���MM<MMiiMiiiuiiaiiiiii)iiuiiiu ������������.���iuiiiiimmu n  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  May 29th to Juno 4th  at Point Atkinson.  ���-Not to bo um<1 for navigation ���-  %9  0050  13.9  .1 ...  0250  13.0  W.  074S  3.3  5a,  1012  lf7  0115  9A  0525  11.9  0437  5,3  0905  0.6  Th.  0130  13.6 \  , 3.9 \  2  0230  12.6  0032  Su,  1047  1.0  0259  10.0  1015  12.7  0752  6,7  1107  9.1  31  Q210  13,3  3  0405  12.4  ,..ftt,.  0W7  ..,2,7���  -Mr  1127  ,���,.,��  0415  10.9  0710  13,2  0057  7.8  4  Tu.  0202 9.3  0440 12,1  1207 1.8  0750 13.5  MimCURY OUTBOARD  SALES & SERVICE  MERCURVLAHD  SECHELT 005^9626  .IIIUItlUIIIIMIMIIMIOIIIIUIIIIIIIMIIIHIIIIIIiaiHIiltHMIlil  mmnmm in iiiimHiiiHinuMiMiMdM iiMiHiitiiiiii>ii>t��iiMHMHnHHninniinmiiM>iMmnM��H'w��m'��������H��nww��ww��iwi��  O '    . 'mlSPmWL  1 m ���  ���  oasti  aiDSONS  Wildllfo Club has  suggested  a dumping station for trailers and  campers,, bo established n't somo' slto In  Gibsons, to tnko advantngo of tho now  Howor syfttcm,.   .,��� /,.,..' ,',..7,.,.  According to tho current club nowfl-  lottor, mombors fool that a sorvlco station  Is a logical plnco for nuch a sorvlco,  Both Borvlco Htatlona In th'o shopping  contro area wore approached <��� and ono  (through head offlco In Vancouvor) gavo  (..negative reply nnd tho club la waiting  to hoar from the other company,  A,dumping station 1b a good Idea nnd  a necofiflnry ono, With fow or no plncca  to dump campers nnd trallorn will lonvo  tho nron, If they enn dlachargo their  waste, thoy may stay a Httlo longer,  0    . *      ���  ..Texry  Booth  brought  tho' following'  was told to avoid risk 'and move as tho  traffic flovr^rWlttear^T*"***^  After .1,000 milos, tho spcodstcr finished only 31 minutes ahead of tho slower driver, During , his trip ho braked  1,330, tlmoa compared to half that for tho  slaw man; ho passed 2,004 enra compared  to 052.  Unconvinced tho  Wost  Gorman  oar  club tried It with tho result that tho  speeder finished the trip only 21 minutes  fpflatcr nnd uacd 10 moro gnllona of gna,  i.,s     '        *     '  ��"      ���  Pnrrot talki According to Tho Anglican  DlRoati ii prlcat knocked nt tho door of  ono of hla parlohlonoro.  "Como In," anld n volco,  Inalclo tho prlcat found only a pnrrot  and n aog. Aa ho,, debated whothor to  lecturer tho bird on tho /hazard., of In-  WOLKSWAGEN BUS driven by Ctojta Sochott at ilio tlmo of U10 aeddent  Mllward of Socholt loft Porpolso Bay Millward, ,who osoapod uninjured, has  Bond noar Sandy Hook In tho early boon charged with driving wHJiout  hours'of May 2�� and ovortuned into duo caro and attention. . .   , ,  lho brush, Ho was heading towards  Horn io.,.me),���I't���provofi.,, lho, .,futlUty���.,of >'���. \���m���'" �� "u��� "��'���' r'A" U"Z  *^n*nwnuw.imVm*-^  passed by tho speed freak (automol)llo ����l"��wked to tho dog,   Wo  oml  Vnrloty) only to find thnt wo catchup .     .                *     ,V ,,, ,7... ., ,7  to him hocnuHQ ho gola  atuck behind -Ar* JnnMln wna ��lruck with nostnlffln  othor earn, whon ho aaw Holon Dawo'h picture and  ��� ������Two  . IntorestlnB,.- oxporlinonUi���Joolt���"^ of tho ��� ordinal Union 0lo*maWp��  plnco'In Woat  Germany.  A  couplo of ' Mwd nnd rcsWurnnt. What took Art'a oyo^  nutomoUvo ftccoaaory mnhufncturorfl |i��k WM tho old stand nt the right of tho  two Idontlcnl enra, filled them with In- picture, It la now pari of his rimoked  ntriimontA that monnurcd every detail of onlmon shop on tho highway. Art aaya ho  lho trip -nnd"aftnt" them on  1,000 mile ls ��olnfi lo ��Pon UP tllo shop ntfnln soon.  inurnoys, Ono driver wna told to mnko ��      ���      ���  tho bost tlmo ho could nnd tho accond In tho jirlco aplrnllnn contest,' ruom  maamammmmmammaammmammaaamaaaaamamamammammaammmm  by PICK  PROCTOR  what'a rocked iip'tho bhegcat hike in. tho  M"lffpoOryr,bu^nos0?'^Me��t;���^did������,"���Bomeono'w���  pay? No,,you'ro wrong. It was cgfia whlclx  ,  ������lok'tt h-enlthy 3R.20 per cent prlcq hike,  nccordlng to grocery wholoanlora. Mont  haa only Increnacd 23,68 per cont.  Frozen fpoda acorn to bo tho boat buy,  thoy havo only Increnacd 10,10 per cont .  ���while dairy products nro not far behind  v^PflO,17 por. cont...  WHY DON'T THEY?  Why don't they pond mo aomo moro  why don't thoya?  j John Prownlna of Wlloon Crook called  In nnd naked; "Why don't thoy do something flil>out lho wonthor?"  That brlnga to mind WlU Boijorii' comment; "Everybody tnllca about tho wonthor but nobody doca anything about It.','  (At lonBt I think Will Hogcao oald 'UvnA).���  1 ���       ���       ��� ���  "Ignorance Isn't all bad - lt causes a  lot of nrgumenta,"  ���      ���      ���  vJ^.M.^o^^JPcpdcr^.IInrbbur^renldonitfl.^who,'  wish fo plnco ff clnaalflcd nd but nro hot  too cra7.y nbout cnlling The Tlmca 3ctrhclt  office nnd paying n toll, thoro la n solution, Mary MUllgnn, 003-0040, hns agreed  ���to-take calls for ua and will uond them  to ua nnd thoro will ho no cxtrn chnrgo,  Tnko ndvnntngo of lho acrvlco,  ' nani in ii a������mimmmmmwniwn���ma,  .n /  MKSPiSS  iKiiii  ���"'fe  -   *  '*  Page A-2  The Pehiniulo Times  an  Wednesday, May 29, 1974  PIONEER NDP member of parliament Grace. Maclnnis cuts cake provided in her honor May 25 at dinner  MORE ABOUT . . .  �� Resource Council  ���{ran _k__n> A-l  of the provincial government met with  council members to offer advice on establishing a central community resources  organization, explained- Kampman.  "We we're confused about the proposed  community resource boards and wondered  whether we should shelve our plans until  the local board had been elected," said  council president Alice McSweeney. "But  the provincial representatives told us  were going-in the right direction."  Said Kampman: "Our only avenue is  to set up a body under a constitution and  serve effectively in the role of a board  until the board is set up."  The regional district, Indian band and  both municipalities have representatives  on the council, Mrs. McSweeney explained, as well as the police, probation officer, public health workers and the department of human resources.  Kampman cites the mini bus drive as  proof of the effectiveness of the community resource council..  "This graphically shows the necessity  for an umbrella organization to co-ordinate this type of project."  Upcoming projects planned by the  council include an attempt ito gain for  the coast adult education programs sponsored by Capilano College.  "There is a real lack of advanced  courses an this area," said Kampman.  Another possible role for the council  is in the dissemination of information to  the public, he felt, Including details of  financial assistance available to senior  citizens from the provincial government.  "The senior citizens don't know about  it," he said.  Last summer, the council prepared a  priority list of essential services required  on the coast. s  "Provision of general services, for the  elderly and transportation were high on  the list," said Kampman. "Now, we have  the bus' for transportation' and we're  working on the rest of tho list."  dance staged by local NDP Club to  mark her retirement from politics.  Looking on, from left, are Bui Hart  ley, provincial minister of public _ Dinner was held in Gibsons Legion  works; Barry Olaussen, federal NDP Hal and convened by Eileen Spencer,  candidate; and Don Lockstead MLA.. x  Olaussen, Lockstead in attendance  GIBSONS���Members   of   the   Sunshine  Coast NDP Club paid tribute to retir- -  ing MP Grace Madnnis May 25 at a dinner-dance held in her honor at the local  Legion hall.  Mrs. Maclnnis, longtime federal member for the, Vancouver Kingsway riding*  and a leading light in the NDP move?  ment, recently announced she would not  be running for re-election in the July 8  ballot. \ '  Her father, J. S. Woodsworth, was a  founder member of. the CCF party and  served as preacher in Gibsons for a number of years before travelling to Winnipeg to enter the political arena. ���  Head table guests at the dinner included H. Olaussen, federal NDP candidate; Don Lockstead, MLA and Bill Hartley, provincial minister ol public works.  Speaking to a near-capacity crowd of  170, Olaussen said Mrs. Maclnnis' life  had been "dedicated to allowing Canadian  families to live in dignity and decency and  without discrimination."  He said that very few people in politics made a lasting impact on the national scene. "Grace Maclnnis is one of  these few."  Mrs. Maclnnis had gained "the admiration and respect of all Canadians who  hope and aspire to a better life," he said.  "She has been inspiration to me and  has helped me on a number of occasions.  I will cherish this experience as one of  tho highlights of my life, I regret that  new members elected to tho Commons  (after the federal election- will not have  a chance to see and hear her.  .  "But the spirit of Grace Maclnnis lives  on.'  The guest of honor was credited with  pioneering medicare; old age pensions and  various other social reforms at the provincial level before "the federal government accepted the functions.  After being introduced, to a standing  ovation, Mrs. Maclnnis .outlined the ac- .  complishments of federal' and provincial  NDP representatives.  She said they had pioneered medicare,  government-operated car insurance, land  controls and many other policies that  were revolutionary in their time.  And "if Ottawa doesn't carry on (with.,  these policies), theyiknow .they will be*  thrown out and the NDP will come- in." ���)  She said she "respected and admired"  the NDP government in Victoria.  "We have got past the stage of talking about a new society and got to the  stage where we are starting to build it."  B.C.'s  NDP  government 7'has  made  mistakes,   but   the   moat   unforgiveable.  mistake of all is not to try. In the three  NDP provinces, we have three govern-.  ments that are trying." '  She criticized the other major parties  for trying to maintain the status quo.  "In common language, the status quo  means staying in the mesa we're in," she  said. "In this fast moving world, we've  got to go'ahead or"*we will slide backwards."  Mrs. Maclnnis took exception to a remark attributed in The Times to Sechelt Aid. Norm Watsonr  He said that allowing welfare recipt  ients to take a seat on the proposed community resource board was like ''. . . giving the rats the key to the cheese box."  Mrs. Maclnnis said: "I don't appreciate  people on social assistance being called  rats."  For. an elected , representative ' to  make such a comment was terrible, she  felt.  Welfare recipients .are "our brothers  and sisters whether they have brains or  no brains,, money or no money. If we  have a position of, prestige, it is our duty  to use it to help other people achieve the  same."  Convener of the dinner was Eileen  Spencer.  Flowers to decorate the hall were supplied by Legionaire Harry Juby.  Music for dancing was provided by the  - Dynamics. '"  ____-_______a  Keep those promises you've made to yourself -  yvith the help of these Royal savings services.  Saving money for tho Important Jhlnos has never been easy, And today - well, If you're  llko most of us, you nood oil tho holp you can get, Ono answer Is Royal's Bonus Savings  Account, It pays o healthy 83/4% rotroaotlvo toMay 1st -calculated on your minimum  monthly balance, too, so your money grows oven faster, And because thoro aro no  choquQB, what gooa In, staya In, (That maKea, It really hard not to save.)  To holp yqu got sot up for your savings plan, there's our now Royal Certified Servico -r  q complete packago of all Iho dally banking sorvlcoa for  lust $3 a month, ' ,ril  Ono of those services la Royal's "Pay-youraolf" Ch'oquoa,  Thoy maKo It easy for you to transfer funda  Into your Bonus Savings Account, You can ���  ,do,th|a olthoiUn porsop, by,.mall or auto-1 _ ^  matloally at any Interval you HKb ~  at no charge,  Ono way or anothor, we're going to mako It  oaslor for you to koop thoso promises you'vo  made to yourself, Como on In and i  talk ll ovor.  Community Corner  CONGRATULATIONS PENDER  HARBOUR CENTRE ON YOUR  1st ANNIVERSARY.  ROYAL BANK  serving British Columbia  Managor:  ALVIN PRIDNENKI  Madoira Park  Talophono; 883-2711  Sawhorse B  triable B-&-Q Grills 2.5��  Garcien Hoses, f worn  3.99  ���    '���'  ��� , 7   ��� ,7 ' ' ' ���      .   '    ���  7"lineman Pliers       3.99  '..,'; t        .'      7,'p'     ',!'���'.   .       ..  '   ' .7   "  ���    .   '       '��� . ,'. ,'','���' '.    ''  6" Diagonal Ciitfer     3.15  10" Slip join? Pliers���3;75  ll������'���"���;-������ ;���'-  ���'��� -  Coffee Percolator     13.95  Table Tenuis  for 4 players 5.25  Arrow Staple Gun    14.25  Interiorlatex/lgal.' 8i?5-  Hand Sam,., from        3.99  -  ���   . ���    PEMDER HARBOUR  CENTRE  883-9914 Wednesdoy, May 29, 1974  The PoniEBc^slo Times  LIEUT.  PAUL  HARRY   JENKINS,  22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkins of Heatiher Road, Sechelt. re--  ceives his commission scroll ais officer in the Canadian Armed Forces  after graduating from Royal Military  Food was delicious . . .  College at Saint-Jean, Quebec. He  also'received bachelor, of administration degree from the University of  Shertxrooke. lieut. ^Jenkins will he  employed as security officer at Aimed Forces base in Halifax.  SECHELT���-The 9th annual luncheon of  the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital was held May 23 at the old Legion Hall on Mermaid Street. This year's,  theme was Friendship as this is what the  auxiliary feels for the people who attend  any of their events. It's a sort of a feeling  everyone is interested in our hospital and  friends working together is what has made  St. Mary's the hospital it is.    ,  The heavy rain did not dampen the  enthusiasm of the ladies working in the  spring flower decorated hall, .which dis-  mised the gloom outside- upon entering.  It was a great day for homemade vegetable soup,- chili con carne, fruit salad  with cottage cheese, sandwiches made on  the spot, potato salad and homemade pies  of every kind. For those who wished a  light beverage was available.  The delightful background music  came from the piano of Mrs. Elsie Julien'  of Halfmoon Bay.  The" convener, Mrs. Peggy Connor,  and her assistant, Mrs. Margaret Humm,  wish to thank Mrs. Julien for adding so  musically to the luncheon. Thanks are  also extended to Orv Moscrip for his  assistance, to Neil Campbell for graciously loaning much^neededjequipment, delivering and picking tip same, and to Joe  Benner for his part, too.     v  Thanks to all-those friendly faces who  helped make up the 180 served. Special  thanks to the ladies of the auxiliary who  , all pitch in and work so well together like  one big happy family.  One lady from the hospital staff who  so intrigued with all that good food that  she had to request a doggie bag to take  care of the overload. Sorry Dorothy, did  you get that bag.  Hard to tell who has the most fun at  these affairs, the customers or the workers.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ON TEDE? morning, of :May 20, Edward.  " Smith" diedf^acefully'-at his borne--  on Northwood at the age of 58.  He had built his home in Welcome  Woods about five years ago, but used it  only as a summer home until a few  months ago. After retiring from his duties  with the engineering firm oi Hoffars  Ltd., he sold his Vancouver home and  he and his wife settled in the house on  Northwood.  He was a member of the PBOE No.  439, North Burnaby, under whose auspices  funeral services were held last Friday  from the Burnahy Funeral Directors'  Chapel.  Mr. Smith is survived 'by 'his wife,  Sadie, his daughter, Patricia Hayton, four  grandchildren and four great-grand-children.  A 24 ft. boat owned by Mrs. Mary  Walker of Welcome Beach sank in Malaspina Strait May 18. Her son-in-law,  Cliff Connor, the operator of the boat,  ond his five passengers were rescued by  two passing boats.  i Today, Wednesday, students of the  Halfmoon Bay School are having their  summer outing with a trip to Vancouvor.  They plan to see the totem poles and the  zoo In Stanley Park, If the weather ia  kind to them, they will enjoy .the view  of Vancouver from Grouse Mountain.  Tlio .trip has been organized by their  teacher, Mrs. M. Davie, who is indebted1  to Mrs. Frank Jorgensen, Miss Thelma  Thovargo and Miss Dlanne of tho Secholt  Residential School for help with trans*  portation.  Old, friends of Mrs. Pat Welsh may  havo the opportunity of seeing her for a  short visit if thoy ore around Secholt On  Thursday, Juno 13, between, 12 noon and  3 p.m. Sho ds planning a charter bus trip  on that day with people from hor apartment block in New Westminster.  Mrs, Wolsh, Who recently celebrated  hor 02nd birthday, was a resident of tho  Sunshine Coast for 18 years, throo years  -at Dorlston,. Secholt- Inlet, and-{fifteen  years at Rcdrooffa. Sho waa tho Halfmoon  Bay reporter for several yeara, a < rcspon-  ���&y Mary TinUs?  -siibility which she. .bequeathed: to ":-yo_��i.���  "present *corxespondent4"-when ''she "moved1**  to New Westminster in 1963.  On the sick list have been Mrs. John  ���Grognet who has been in St. Mary's Hospital following a stroke and Mrs. Betty  Power of Trout Lake Road who underwent surgery in Richmond General Hospital last week. We wish both these good  friends a speedy return to good health;  Recent visitors to the'area .have been  Jim Baillie of Victoria at the Chuck  Davie home ond Mrs. Lome Burrows of  West Vancouver, who was the guest of  'Mrs. Janet Allen.  Recent, visitors at the Don Radcliffe  ' home were Mrs. Radcliffe's brother and'  sister-in-law, Richard and Maureen Jones  - and thereby hangs a tale, as the Bard of  Avon would have said.  Mrs. Radcliffe is apparently a most  successful mathchmaker and undoubtedly  gained great pleasure from having this  happy young couple around, for she had  had a hand in bringing them together.  When one of her Vancouver friends,  Maureen Bury, was going on a trip to  England, she was urged to go and see  Mra. JRadcliffe's parents, Mr, and Mrs.  Jones, on, the Isle of Anglesey, North  Wales. At the Jones home, a romance  developed between Maureen and Mrs.  Radollffe's brother, Richard Jones,  When Mips Bury returned to her Job  with the CPR in Vancouver, it was not  long before Richard arrived in Vancouver  to pursue his courtship and eventually  the couple were married Jn North Vancouver. If we, can quote tho Bard again -  ^'/"Airswoll that ohds well,"  IMIIMIMMIIHIUIIfllMHIIIIIIIMIIIMI ���������������������linHnill  MISS DEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf EU?<I - Sachalt m 0.8-900-  P.O. DOX '21*  Hallmaifc-Cauttt  card*  ond  wrapping*,  f\m - English china -eujw' and Vatican,  B��utlqua Itamc, local artbtt painting*  ��iiiinm��iin��iu����tintiiim��iiiiiiiimnm��inni��M��um��  U p n ��� el ��� ��� ram" w&Hucfllbflo Coupon '���'��� PMORR ���.' n  Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your noxt -  PERMANENT WAVE & HAIRCOIORING or savo $1,00   H  on your noxt SHAM/POO & SET*"  NEW NO AMMONIA PERMANENT, . .  - no moro unpleasant perming odor - no damp-day frlwlos  -. condition? while It waves your hair.  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mall, Socholt Phono 885-2339  (Valid Monday, Tuesday, YMnoday, In Juno 1974)  WW i ���'" i" I i ��� IP ���'  ���'���'���I '���'���"��� ' ���" ��� I ���'-���     Roprosontlng: Air Canada, C.P. Air, Woatorn,  Mnltt^t'Pttaa^Aaa^  All Shipping Unots, Including P. & 0.,Cunarcf.  Hotel and Ront-n-CatRosorvatlona.  Fovy professions provide SERVICES AT NO EXTRA COST to tho  consumor. Your Travel Agent Is ono of tho few. You can avail  yourself of his knowledge, expertise and time at no oxtra cost.  Hotels, airlines and the othor transportation companies that  servo you, pay his foo In tho form of commissions. Take advantage  of a good thing now ... ��� .  Phono Your Local Travel Agent 685-2910, 805-2339 or 922-0221  IPEJpliaPOElia M'M E3PQSPIPQSEI l_t.Pl M H 19 ��� ��� ���  139    Wm  A. COMING EVENTS  ^ ,  GIBSONS'   Wildlife; "Auction,  ' June 22, 1 p.m. Tools, carpeting,    filing,   cabinet,    books,  towel racks- and cupboards. -'���  ���        ,,-������;   ���'. 278-27  SUNDAY,  June 2,  10  a.m..-  7 p.m. Returned missionaries  from Uganda, Sharon and Bob*  Wager visit Glad Tidings Tabernacle, Gibsons.    . 505-27  GLAD Tidings Tabernacle Singers coming. Group of _ talented young people, from Re--  vival' Tabernacle in Whalley,'  will be visiting Glad Tidings  Tabernacle, Gower Point Rd.,  ,Gibsons, Friday, May 31- at 8  p.m. A warm welcome to all.  506-27  SATURDAY, June 1���Artex  display, St. Hilda's Church  . Hall, Sechelt. 11 a.m. - 4-  p.m. Free admission. Door  prizes. Raffles. Interesting displays. Display your painted it-;  ems. Judging and ribbon pri-'  zes. For more information ph.  884-5263. 305-27  BIRTHS  mamm   m ��� _ n   ,m    m ��� ���    .i-i.     ��������� ���   i     a-i, a. ��� ,���  GSDSONS AND SECHELT  W-3T-RN DRUGS  . �� ��� ova pfOasooa ta cyoiMoy tan  BfWt. Aesmiacaaaaat space, and  ��9rten& Best Wishes to tfeo happy  OBITUARY  CORRIVEAU���May 17, 1^74  at Puntzi Lake, B.C. Joseph  Arthur Corriveau of Hopkins  Landing, B.C. Survived by his  loving wife Florence; 1 step  daughter, Mrs. J. Pauline Haar,  Edmonton; step son Peter Oh-  ler,' Vancouver and 5 grandchildren. 504-27  CARDS OF THANKS  THESE few lines' will not  reach all the wonderful  friends and Rebecca Lodge  members, who by their gifts of  flowers, cards, letters etc. and  visits, both in St. Paul's and  St. Mary's Hospital, has certainly helped me , through a  very' difficult time. -Thank you  one and all. ���Alice Cherry.  ~ 265-27  PGRSONAL  BAHA'IS believe in . . . The  foundation   of   all   religions  i is one. Religion must be the  source   of unity.   885-9450, or  886-2078. 99-tfn  COMMISSION on original ink  drawing, water color of your  best cottage or house. Also  portraits. Reasonable' rates.  Call Andrew Krumins. 885-  2601. 112-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. 3952-tfn  HELP WANTED  SNACK bar operator for Canadian Legion  140.  For further   information   phone   885-  2173. 282-28  WOOD worker for well established Vancouver boat builder. Phone week days 685-6341.   182-27  WOMAN   grill   cook.   Apply  .  Peninsula Drive-in, Sechelt,  ; ���/��������� ���7;,������..���.... 7,7.-'77- '  301-29.  SALESWOMAN for local mo-  bile    hOmo    dealer.    Coast  Homes, 885-2204.        .514-29  1.     f   I.I .-P ���..,_.-���,.-������-.���_-���     .,.        Ll..���I���,  ACCOUNTANT     ,  BOOKKEEPER ���  Our client requires an accountant for their office In Powell  , River. Please apply In writing stating qualifications, 'references   and   experiences   to:  Hill, Atchison, Hancock & Co.,  1Q0 Station Street  7  Duncan,' B.C.  All replies held In strict  confidence,  , ; 0030-tfn  MANAGING steward or secretary for Pondor Harbour and  Dilfltirlct Branch 112 of tho  Royal Cnnadlan Loglon. Present    membership'  170,    Aroa  ,,,, growing-rnpldly���and --now *  building undor construction, to  bo occupied on oy about Aug,  1, Duties to commence July JJ,  but wlU nood a Httlo while to  become familiar with tho  work,    Experience'   desirable  " but not nqccssnrlly essential.  Salary commensurate with  qualifications, Apply to Sec-  rotary, Pondor Harbour and  District Branch of tho Royal  Canadian Lotion, PO Box 147,  Madeira Park, B.C. Phono flfW-  2200. ,., .    283-20  LOGGING foreman for' camp  "L", Salihon Inlet for Ana>  rcoff Bros, Llvo In camp or  commute to Secholt dally,'  Wages plui. production bonus:  also, grade cat operators and  ���woldor, mechanic. Phono,.723--t  1)207 or 724-4033 or Porltsvlllo  radio, Bcchclt Crock,      170-27  SWIMMING Instructor for I>��7  vis Bay to Halfmoon Day  area, Must bo fully qualified,  ��� Salary -to,-- b�� negotiated* - Sun-  ihlno Cloost Llpna Club, Box  275, Secholt. 20-tfn  GOOD typlat Including dlct*i-  phono, receptionist and general offlco duties, Sechelt of-  flco, Apply Box 5000, Pon-  Innula Times, Box 310, Socholt,  B.C, tfri  WORK WANTED  PEERLESS    Tree   Services-���  Guaranteed   insured   work.  Phone 885-2109. 1887-tfn  YOUNG man seks regular em- '  ployment. Hard working and.  reliable. Phone 883-2772. -   ,293-27  FOR all your carpentry needs,  7call'"'A. Sheppard Contracting at-885-2978. 3783-tfn ���'  GARBAGE hauling. Free esti-:  -mates. Phone 886-9632.  .    x-     >  ���    501-29 ,  LIGHT moving and hauling.  . House and. garden maintenance. .Rubbish'removal. Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons ,to,~Sechelt. Also fireplace wood for, sale, $15 per  load" delivered. Phone Norm,  886-9503. 9983-tfn  EXTERIOR    house    painter.  Reasonable   estimates.   885-  9801. 295-27  WILL  butcher,   dress  or  cut  your  meat   or  game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  FURNACE   installations . and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.   Ph.   886-7111.      3fi_Ltfn  YOUNG  apprentice  carpenter  would like job in "housing.  Call 885-2782: 507-27  GENERAL    handyman.-   Carpentry,  painting  and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  PETS  GOOD homes wanted for free  puppies, part Lab and German    Shepherd.   Phorte   885-  2601.   . 272-27  FREE good homes wanted for  colorful Persian kittens. Ph.  '885-2483. .     144-27  TOY and small min. purebred  poodle puppies. Innoculated.  Phone- 885-9797.     ���-        262-28  LIVESTOCK  2 SHETLAND ponies, mother  and son with extras,  $150.  Phone 885-9311 or 885-2608.   315-27  SWIFT Feeds'��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed , - Cattle feed. Hay and .  other feeds by order.   258-tfr -  GOSLINGS $3; Muscovy ducklings $1.50. Phone  886-9898.  312-27  - CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ger,   is   coming   to   Coast.  Contact Sunshine -Farm, 886-  9646. 11-27  Come in and see our new  Tack display . . .  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  ". Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  Garden Seeds - Seed Potatoes  We are ,on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  Page A-^���Peninsulo Times, Wednesday, Moy 29, 1974  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES 5  AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)    MOTORCYCLES  Phone:   885-9654  or  885  . Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River-News  Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt/B.C.  Established 1963  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 Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  '  ,)ne Insertion $1.20  rhree Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (Thi. rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  2635.    Gibsons: 886-2121  Box Numbers 1 ! ,_ 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for .Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising  40c  \   per 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  7words'per line, -f   - '  ' Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  ' regular classified rates.   ,  - ��� - Subscription Rates: '-  By Mail:  Local Area __��� $7.00 yr.~  ���    Outside Local Area ' $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. _..$10.00yr.  Overseas  ��� $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area   Single Copies ���~  .$6.00   15c  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wr^ng price, goods or services may not.be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court' decision). Advertising, is  accepted on the condition that, in the event, of, typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted and put into,  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition of ,the Sechelt Peninsula Times,  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  'particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont.)   AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont.)  '71 TOYOTA deluxe 1600 station wagon, - automatic.  Ph.  ,886-2524. ,       292-29  '64 PONTIACTauto. Good running  condition $200. Phone  885-9632. 298-29  .'66    FARGO    window    van,  $1200  or nearest offer. Ph.  885-2853.       - 306-27  2 OLDER model Land Rovers.  Phone 886-9839 evenings.  -      317-27  1973 CAPRI V-6, 14,000 miles,  "decor ��� opt.;  4 spd., .sunroof.  Phone 885-2767 after 5 p.m.  _'  '  7 268-27  '70.PLYMOUTH Fury II, 2 dr.  HT,~V8 auto. New paint and  tires,^ vinyl top. $1650. Phone  ,886-2512. ,-������' ,'      "   318-27  ���a'    ��� ������-���     ��� -���.���-��������������� f..-..    ���,���    ���    _     .    ���*     ,-.mmm,m..-mm  1964   ENVOY   station' wagon.'  Running $150. OBO. Phone  885*9311 or 885-2608.   :    314-27  1956f" FORD'' station,  wagon,  runs good. Has tune-up. $85.'  OBO. Phone ,885-9311-or 885-  2608. ]    " 313:27,,  '69 FORD- 4x4 F250. Good cbn-  dition with homemade canopy.  FG over plywood. $2100  firm. Phone 883-2285. -    320-27  1973 850 cc NORTON Comman-  , do. Only 2,000 mi. $1350. Ph.  886-9574 .   ' ,     294-29"  '71   GMC,  1500 series, 4 spd.  PB,' jSositraction, new tires,  muffler, etc. Phone 883-2243. <�����  7 302-27  1962 PONTIAC 4 door station  wagon,   6   cyl.,   automatic,  $300. Phone 885-2674.  512-27   --    -  BOATS & ENGINES   .    ��� j   -12  FOOT plywood  boat,' $50.  Good condition. Phone 885-  2840. '* - 291-27  50   HP   MERCURY   outboard,  1973   16'   glass   over   wood  boat.   886-7123. Ask for   Tom  or leave message. 10170-tf  12'   CARTOP   boat,   Tote-um  loader.   Excellent  conditibn.  Phone 886-2826.   -       10205-tfn  18' ,FG  OVER  plywood  with  '72 80 hp Merc. OB. Phone  886-2096. 214-28  .1972 KAWASKI-350  Endura,  3000  miles,  good  condition.1  Needs, little work', $600. ..Write'  Carl Woood, Box 663, Gibsons. -  - ������-,   ���'.     19-27:  MACHINERY  PORT. Sawmill, 2 man Hyd.  ���' ��� Seedworks, No. -48 inch saw,  $700. Call 886-9659 after 6 p.m.  / l ,"'      , 279-27 .  ���1969 . CASE    D-450 . Crawler  complete with 4 in 1 Drott  Bucket, . canopy   and   trailer. '  ,886-2535. . 92-tfn  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  18 FOOT Kustom Coach travel  _��� trailer, sleeps 6. .Propane  electric ��� fridge, furnac^, 3  burner range with oven and  broiler. Monomatic circulating  chemical toilet. Electric brakes,  6 ply tires. Phone 886-9555.  266-27  MOBILE HOMES  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property,- guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied.. Also large selection of twelve  wide's. For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member of the Western  Mobile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012,  -        8917-tfn  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space, available. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfn  PHONE  886-7527'  8826-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  Paymaster, Rhode Island,  Red Cross, White Leghorns,  White Rocks, Ship: anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22-470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6208.  -���������������        ^3709-tfni  FOR SALE to experienced rider; a beautiful, spirited half  Arab Palomino mare. For moro  Information phone 883-2584.  ������ ,"     '   ���   .,,������'���'..���  51129'  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent,  Cunningham's.   Phono   885-  9927, 3340-tfln  LOST  YOUNp fomnlo hull terrier,  Blondq with .somo, whlto  i markings, Answers to Gcnio,  Reward for ' information regarding whereabouts, Phono  880-2088 or 005-9331.       167-27  FOUND  CANOte ' nt   Egmont,   Phono,  Mark ot |)ll0-00-13, 204-27  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  - First - Second - Third 7   SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AV/ULADLItT  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2430 Marino Drlvo  Woat Von, 0?fl.32n0  1 BOOIMfn  "'AUTO^TRUCKSv"'R^"'"'"'"'~;';  1065 VOLVO 122^, good run- ���  nlng condition, radio. Phono  8(13-01(12. ^__    277-27  4Q59CHEV a door HT^very  good condition but no motor.  Phono' 880-7,087; 278.29  ���09 VAUXIIALL Vlvn, 4 dr���  43,000 miles, $500, Ph. 00.1-  2330. '      230-211  '70 GMC lflOO, pn, PS, ponl-  trnctlon, canopy, now brake.  cto, Phono 883.2243,        303-27  MBM8ER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -  Three car radio equipped taxi business. Financial statements to  interested parties. Call  Suzanne Van  Egmond.  885-9683,  885-2241.  LEASE  Commercial building, Village of Sechelt. 3,663 sq. ft. $550. per  month. Call Ed.Baker.  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  pV, .'Jott^   ,; .      /. pit,      ..   .<.-.<;'','!'*!>  t. '"*��*;hjW.*      ���- .        '   p.. i p >  1140 sq, ft. view home, landscaped. 4 bedrooms, basement all  finished, 2 sets plumbing, brick fireplace up and'down. Breakfast  nook and dining room. Large carport with sundeck over. Paved  drive, Excellent neighbourhood for a. family. F.P. . $51,000.  Terms, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  100' WAT01FRONT      "  Redrooffs  Road, Sargent Bay Area.  Approximately   1%   acres.  High   view   property.'  $20,000.'- full   price.' Call   Jack' or  Stan  Anderson.  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Large treed properties; approx. % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot. Priced  from $6,750. Call Jock or Stan Anderson.  SECHELT AND AR.EA  2 bedroom cottage, large kitchen, stove' and fridge Included. Cozy  living  room.   Electric   heat.   Ideal   retirement.   Dominion   Lease.  Full price $9,950.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  1240 sq. ft, on one' floor, This hQme has everything from the %  acre landscaped lot to a covered patio with barbeque. 2 cor port,  largo workshop or garage. Living room with fireplace plus family  room. 3 bedrooms, master has full plumbing. Also secluded, One  block to sandy beqeh. Elementary school neqrby; F,P. $58,200.00.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  Now 3 pedroom full basement., Largo livinq room with rich wall-  to-wall carpets, Double plumbing, many extras, Basoment. Ideal  for future development. Large view property, Priced In Low 50's,  ��� -,.,   ,    Call Jack or Ston Anderson,   ' .,"  75'   frontago  on, quiet  residential  street. ��� Very  flood  yloYr'  of7  ocoan, Treed. Basement excavation In and fully serviced. Full price  ,  i    $14,900,00. Call Jpck or Stan Anderson.   '  '   3 BEDROOM1 HOME  Largo vlow lot with 4-yoar-o|d 3-bodroom homo. Stone fireplace,  l,'20O sq. ft., all finished In panelling, wall-to-wall carpets, sundeck.   Excellent family aroa,  Walking distance to school  and ���  beach, Paved rood,  extra largo bathroom, appliances included,  ��� Full prlco $42,000,       - ���     ���������  ���  WILSON CREElV ���"'''''���    ': ;������  Excellent   vlow   lots   avallablo   from   $7950,00   and   up,   ���-_ HALFMOON BAY  Boach front cabin located1 at'Halfmoon Boy, Good pavod road  accoss. koyol sanely beach at front door, Somo fruit trees In back  yard, This typo of property Is vary hard to find. Owner says he's  tired of salmon, oystors, sun. etc, Priced at $33,500 full prlco,  .���������,.,����,.,��, i���,J,��M,,,���.����w������.,,,���>���,,���-,Cal|p  ' . ,     . .���,      ML, , . '  7   , 2 COMMERCIAL, LOTS  ,.;  33 ft, each on Torodo St, In tho Village of Socholt, zoned commercial, Ready to go, Sorvlcod, Approx, 200 foot deep, Full prlco  $ 15,000 oach. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  EXEC, SECHELT WATERFRONT  Near Now 2500 sq. ft, on two floors, Largo family kitchen,  Loads of Cabinets. Dishwasher, range and fridge built-in, Largo  (soa vlow, Living room With w/w carpets. Fireplace, Rich wood  panelling, En-sulte plumbing off master bedroom. This homo  must bo soon to bo appreciated. 2 car, garago plus largo storage,  Lovol treed landscopod proporty with your own sandy beach.  F.p, $97,500, Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  .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.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared  site  for mobile home,,  serviced.   F.P.   $8,950.00.  Call  Doug Joyce.  TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT  90'x205' on Wakefield Road,  Fully serviced, year round creek,  zoned R-2, good soil, well treed. FP $12,000, Call Start or, Jack  ���'Anderson.   , ,v.  ,. ".'WEST.SECHELT-7���;.'..:' 7,.':''' 77'  243' on Nor Wcst-Bay Road, R2 zoned Droperty.Treod, Trailers  ;.,'.. 1    ,    allowed, Full price $9,500. Call Doug Joyce.  ���������77."   WEST SECHELT:       '  Two bedroom cottago on a nice largo lot. Zoned R2, trood, good  'garden so|l,, Asking only $13,500, Call Len or Suzanno Van  Egmond, 885-2241), 885-9683, (ALSO ONE AT $9,900.00)  '  ', ���  ���    a  7 ' WEST SECHELT ��� ���'  '  Level  lot,  nlco|y treed. Handy location In West Sechelt.  Near  school, trailers permitted, R2 zoned. F.P.1 $8,900.00, Call Len  or, Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-9683,,  ''��� .'"'' ���'"''       ".'"'���   ' TREED R2 LOT,     7 .  " '     '  This lot Is fully serviced with gentle south slopo, 65'x approx. 200'  In slzo. Partially cloarod,' Easy accoss f.rom,Nor-Wost Bay Hood,  '      F,P. $9600,00, Call Jack or Stgn Andorson,  WEST SECHELT ���  Avorago 13,000 sq, ftp Treed, paved road, Walking distance to  ��� public beach accoss, South west slope, Zonod R-l,.Ideal rotlromont  aroq, Priced from $10,500, Coll Jack or S.tan Anderson,,  POSSIBLE MOTEL OR CONDOMINIUM SITE  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  193' watorfrontago of gOod loyol land wltli ��� unobstructed vlow,  Pobblo bqach In front. Full prlco $90,000. Coll Ed Bakor,  v+Y JiH'^^i^^-^^iftilv^'W A^lfli-* *'p.  "ROBERTrCREpK"r*AREA*  7 APPROX. 5 ACRES ,  290' highway frontage; Naturally trood, gontlo soutlv slopo, Full  prlco $25,900. Call jock or Stan Anderson,',  4,6 ACRE HOBBY FARM    , ,  with view. Nlco Gothic Arch homo at the end of Crowe Road In  Roberts Crook, Only $32,300. Soo Lon Van Egmond, 005-9683,  GIBSONS  Two cloared lots In Gibsons,'On sower. Closo to boat launching,  ramp. Paved roads front and back, Zoned Comprohonslvo dove*  lopmont, Full Price $27,000,00, Call Doug Joyco.  -SECHELT RETIREMENT^  TROUT LAKE AREA-  $31,000 FULL PRICE '  BOISE Cascado 12'x60' mobllo homo on V* ocro proporty, 2  bodroom I8'x128 llvlna room wAv carpets, Stovo and frldgo  Included, 20'xl2' carport plus 20'x6' workshop, ,14' doop frooxo,  All on cement drlyoway, country atmo.sphoro, garden lot. Owner  ^^��~.�� ,.��   ,'trans(orrod,.CQll Stan or Jack Andorson. , :.~ ���.,...���  VILLAGE LOT  Fully, cloarod  and   landscaped   lot,   All   fenced,   Approximately  9000 pq. ft. 93 ft. frontago, 2 blocks from nhopplng, 2 blocks  from bench, Full price $9000.00, % down, Coll Jack or Stan  Anderson.  A       , ,    ,. 21  ACRES  Approximately ,1 mllo hlohway front, Trood. Zonod 5 aero hold-  lno��, F.P, $52,000, Call Stan or Jock Anderson.  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE..THISMANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES.IN-TWO.P  HALVES . . . COMPLETELY FINISHED INCLUDING  PLUMBING. ROOFING, CARPETS, CABINETS ....  OPTIONS INCLUDE FIREPLACE, PANELLING ETC, A  SALESMAN WILL DE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THROUGH.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE,  Davo Rob*rtv       Lon or Suzanno Von Egmond Jack or Stan Anderson Ed Dokor  Eves. Phono 085-2973   Eve., Phono B85-$603   Eves, phono 805-2053 or 085-2385   Eves, Phono 885-2641  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  Doug Joyco  Evos. Ph, 085-2761  . GARDEN BAY RD; 7 KLEINDALE  3 BR, Home, built in 1969. with 2 BR. suite on lower level; some  appliances, 2 fireplaces", oil furnace, large sundeck, carport. On  approx. 2 acres, of > level land with over.' 1   acre cleared and in  'gro^s. 22'x40' workshop with shake roof, roughed-in plumbing -'  could be converted to a rental home, $85,000.  LOTS  1. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD". 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 and  $14,400.  2. NARROWS  ROAD - cleared  view lots near Madeira  Park,  $10,000 and  $11,000.,  3. RUBY LAKE - Lot 31 - fairly, level, treed view lot. $7,500.  4. MADEIRA PARK - serviced View lots, $8500 and $9800.  5. NARROWS ROAD - opprox. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,000.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile_home. $7,500  and $22^000.  7. EGMONT - approx. 3/6 acre level, treed view lot on Maple  Road, $10,500.  SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront. 7 acres of treed property. Water access  only. $25,000  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  8 housekeeping units, 2 sleeping^units, manager's one BR residence and office in a beautiful setting on 4.34 acres with approx.  200' on Ruby lake and 800' on lagoon. Hwy. 101 runs through  property. Float and  launching ramp on Ruby Lake.  $115,000.  HIDDEN BASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx. 1700' sheltered deep waterfront, low bank shoreline,  several beaches and bays on approx. 11.3 acres of beautifully  treed property with small creek. Furnished one BR cottage,  furnished guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, well and pump-  house, 4 boats, 2 motors, trail bike, garden tractor, numerous  tools and equipment, float. An excellent buy at $80,000.  WXTERFRONT 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.  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  3 BR home, brick fireplace, sundeck, carport, full basement. On  a level corner, leased lot - fully landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000.  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx. 3 acres, 250' choice waterjront in Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bldg. with repair.facilities, display and sales room,  office, stockroom. Owner's 2, BR home, 7 motel units, facilities  for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  - launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Large up to date stock  of boats,' motors, parts, marine hardware, Evinrude sales and  v    service. $250,000. plus cash for stock.   ,  GARDEN BAY  4  BR home,  partial basement,  carport,   landscaped.  Lot could  possibly   be   subdivided   into   2   parcels.   $43,000.  VIEW LOTS - GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas, government  wharf and post office. $6,900 to $11,000.    .  ' MADEIRA PARK  2 commercial lots In downtown Madeira Park. $16,000 & 20,000.  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  Good level commercial site, approx. 16 acres on Hwy. 101, gravel  pit. Suitable for building supplies, service station, etc, $65,000,  EARL COVE  Level lot on corner of Jervis Inlet Rd, and Hwy.  101  $11,000.  MADEIRA PARK STORE   , 7 ,  Small  general  store  and, adjoining  one   BR  owner's  home  In  centen of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100', frontagfr  on both Madeira Park Rd. and Hwy.   101, containing opprox.,  1.09; acres; $50,000 plus stock. I  7 ',. ;7/.v.7\7.7|7,7; EGMONT -'v./. 77���':.',../ .���;   7   Approx.,% aero of view property with 11 ,)''��� frontage on Egmont  Road and 637', frontago on Maplo' Road, two older houses on  property. Possible subdivision slto,  ";, GARDEN BAY7 7  2 BR home, built In 1971, open stono flroplaco, covered sundeck, carport and 3rd BR In full basement. Level, landscaped lease  lot wlt|i a vlow ovor Garden Bay, $35,000. ,  INVESTMENT PROPERTY - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx, 37 acros, partially dovbloped'with opprox, 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision, p $150,000.  '  , :..;    NELSON ISLAND  Approx. 4,000' watorfront on approx, 25 ��� acros trcod proporty.  Several beaches, small Island, pood sheltered covb,,Only a short  distance by boqt, from Earr Covo or Egmont, $135,000,    '  WATERFRONT HOME^ EGMONT  Vory largo 4 BR homo, appro><. 244' watorfront on 3 i��parat��  w^~w.|Qti.aFloat.p.Excol|ont,for.,a.aroup,purchase,��$,IOS,OOOi��uwv��H��w  WATERFRONT LOTS -EGMONT  2 watorfront lots on tho cqrnor of Maple Road and Egmont Road,  Approx, 128' watorfront, Gas pumps,and small garago. Excellent  location for commercial or, residential development, $36,000,  GARDEN BAY  2 BR homo, partial basomont, fireplace, coyored sundeck, carport.  On a lovol, landscaped lease lot, close to stores, marinas and  post office, $35,QQ0,  .  ,. pyp  .  \        IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx, 20 acros of vlow property with approx, 800 ft, deep,  shellored watorfront, Sultqbfo slto for mobile homo nark or condominium development, Excellent vlow of Pondor Harbour and Loo  Bay. $125,000.  APPROX. 20 ACRES - KLEINDALE  Fairly lovol land with approximately 10 acres cloarod. $35,000,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 8B3-2233  Vancouver Direct Lino 6B9-7623  K  I  ,   *~   * tt * - MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        FOE* RENT  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Moy 29, 1974���Page A     . --.. j...  47'xlO' GUARDIAN, furnished,  good   condition   with.: gun  type furnace. C.S.A. approved.  Phone 883-2720. -7        ��� 267-tfri  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  New models now on display:  24x48 Embassy, twin-wide,  3,  BR, fireplace, DR, dishwasher,  $19,700.  All models include 2 dr, frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-.  made furniture, delivery, and  : complete set-up. All taxes included, no hidden charges. 'No  extras to buy. 8922-tfn  47x10 GUARDIAN, furnished.  Good    condition  with  gun "  -type furnace. Phone 883-2720.  61-tf*  T  NEW MODELS HAVE  ARRIVED!  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 PP.  ^    SPECIAL!  FACTORY ORDERS ONLY!  1974 12x68 Chancellor 3 bdrm.,  std. furniture pkg., electric  range, gun type furnace, bay  window, LR, shag, detachable  hitch, washer plumbing, dryer  wiring. Power range hood. All  drapes. $12,950 PP.  1974 24x40 Chancellor double  wide. 3 big 'bdrms., large  bathroom, frost free fridge,  elec. range, fully furnished  with colonial decor. $15,900  PP.  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  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 -  WATERFRONT home.. Browning. Rd. Year round rentaL  1st and last ��� payment, in. advance. Ref. , required. . Phone  (112)434;3777.     ,,     .      321?27  ON .1' YEAR lease. Comfortable ,fumished house and  small business situated in rural area North of Sechelt. Suitable for couple. References  required. Write Box 186, .c-o  Peninsula'Times, Box 310, Sechelt.     '      ���   ., 186-27  HALL f6r rent Wilson,/ Creek ,  Community    HalL    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.    3246-tfn-  SEMI-waterfront furnished cottage three month rent lease  from July 1 or lady to share  home and expenses on long-  term basis. 885-2443.      513-27  1 BR furnished cottage on  waterfront at Ruby Lake.  Hydro. Bathroom with' shower. Road access.' Float, $200  month. Ph. 883-2233.'     258-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  TEACHING couple ~wish to  rent house on beach by mid  August. Preferably between  Sargeants. Bay ' and Wilson  Creek. Phone collect (112) 874-  7891. 271-27  RCMP member wants three  bedroom  house' in  Sechelt  area. 885-2266. 15-27  LOCAL family of 4 require  s unfurnished house, anywhere except Pender Harbour.  Ref. available. Phone 886-7412.          218-tfn  RESPONSIBLE couple would  like semi-furnished 2-3 bedroom house on Peninsula immediately. Phone 885-2461 ���  Greg. 284-27  SECHELT or  Roberts  Creek  area. 1  or 2 -BR home by  July 1st. Reas. rent. Ref. Ph.  898-3492 collect. 245-28  REAL ESTATE (Coit't)  3. WOODED acres, year round  creek,  near park and new"  Sunshine Coast arena. $22,000.  885-2568.     '* 140-tfn  ROBERTS Creek���Near beach.  Beautiful' 2 acre view property. . Beach Ave. $30,000.  Terms. 195x400 ft. Phone 886-  9301.  240-26  . BEHIND Hackett Park, choice  '   mountain view, lot 10. Ph.  885-2522 or 885-2087.       273-27.  SUNSHINE COAST  15 ACRE WATERFRONT  PARADISE  Stream,   Sheltering - Islands,  Gently Sliping Beach, Oyster  REAL ESTATE  I  Div. of  Copping's Car Town Sales Ltd.  885-2204 days. - 885-2084 nites  MDL 5520  9546 27  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL .ESTATE AND INSURANCE   .  NOTARY PUBLIC ANP APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.     , 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  LOTS avallablo in Longdate, Roberts Creek and Sechelt, Prices  from $7,200 to $13,500.  DAVIS BAY: Here Is one of Davis Bay's flnost.homos, tremendous vlow, landscaped, Quality built and finished. Large double  garage adjoining house could bo utilized for expanded living  ������ '.'��� space.,$5B,00Qi,        :     ,,...:..:'.,,:,. ,,;;.r,....  REVENUE PROPERTY: 9-sulto apartment, excollont revonuo. This  property has potential for future expansion, On sower, zoned multiple dvyolllna. Ideal opportunity for Investment In an oxpand-  , Ing area. Terms on $137,000,, ,,:  " TRIPLEX: Located on extra-long lot/close to school and shopping.  A good beginning Investment, $40,000.     ,  10 ACRES HWY. 101, ROBERTS CREEK: Sloping land with year-  round creek, could ho developed Into Ideal homo slto, Top dollar  for top quality land.,$55,OOOi,,   , -  NORTH ROAD: In tho Village closo to schools and shopping centre, 3 bodroom homo on deep lot. 1V- bathrooms, attractively priced at $37,000, Seo us for financing details.     .      ��� .  28.85 ACRES; On Sunshlno Coast Highway near Gov't Campslto,  With ocean vlow. This Is an excellent Investment opportunity at  $60,000, Long road frontago,  -GOWER POINT ROADj-2 Mr acres of subdivided cleared ldnd,��on ��  watorfront, Cottago In ono corner, Great potential.  -III...-!.- -I- ���-II.. ���I.���I, .   .',,..,  3)   ACRES,  NEAR VILLAGE;   Mostly  cloarod,  has  tremendous  future growth potential, asking $90,000,,  ������; ���; ������ 7, >(, ���  |6V,i  ACRES:  wllh  long highway frontage,  2 crooks,  not In  freozo, trood, $38,000,  SELMA PARK: Lovely 2 bdrm. homo, 1% years old, Immaculately  finished, wall-to-wall carpets. Living room with fireplace, dining  room, utility. Large carport ond workshop. Lots of closets, Full  prlco $26,000. Dominion Lease Ipnd,  ;  ...   I   ., ' , , , ,   '  LARGE CORNER SITE: In Gibsons. 1.03 acres zonod multiple  dwolllng, ready for future development, Details on request,  RETIREMENT HOME: The vlllago, no hills to climb. Nice lot,  fonced, 1 bdrm,, living room ond closod-ln porch. Utility, $21,000,  terms available, ..*,..,  MARINE DRiyE. GIBSONS: Lovely homo close to beach. 3 bedrooms, 'utility, fireplace and sundeck; $28,000, terms, Dominion  Loaso Land,  20 ACRES HWY. 101:  Close to Gibsons, Has log cabin on, very  nlco flat property In Ideal location. Full prlco $66,000,  POR RENT717 tKos<^  finished, located on waterfront In Lovrer Gibsons, No others like  them In the area.  L 1ST IN6S,   WANT ED  K, A. Crotby 886-2098  Mlk�� Planty 886-7436  J, VUt.r 886-2531  Don Sutherland 805-9362  REAI   ESTATE (Cont.)  FORESTED    view   lot,    125x  188. Selma Park. $24,000 or  will sell half.,Phone 885-9845.  '   ,233-tfn  .,.,     m.  m, .,.,..     m. .,   ,      ___.     . -              m,    -���.���,..��� ������m  WE��T SECHELT--View lot of  ocean and Trail Islands, fully-  serviced, level, on quiet cul-<  de-sac. 100x150' in area of new  home's. Phone 885-2818.  274-29  HOPKINS Landing, 4 BR  house, by owner. Semi-waterfront,, access ,fo beach,' safe"  mooring. Phone 886-2492 after  6. 10108-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between > Joe and Bayview >Hds.  Lots serviced with water and  Lease,  Close to Best Fishing , paved roads. Easy beach acc-  If you are looking for the most  beautiful and most useful  waterfront acreage in B.C.,  this vacation paradise should  interest you. Complete with  tall trees, 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  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  NEW DELUXE  EXECUTIVE HOME'  1200 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, wall-to-wall, cable vision, closed-in deluxe garage,  close to shopping centre, deluxe features throughout home.  and located right in  Sechelt . . .  Phone:  MIKO  CONSTRUCTION  - 835-2912 (No Agents)  , 9530-tfn  ROBERTS Creek lot,  66x196.  ���    R-2, zoning.  Private. $8,000  firm.   Largo  Road,  Block  to  beach. 929-4618. 185-27  By  Owner,  Box 65,  Madeira^  Park,   B.C.  883-2255  , 9541-32  BUILD a better home with a  National package. Mortgage  money available. Call Dave  Wihidden, 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt. 88-tfn  WEST Sechelt. Corner view  - lot in area of > new homes.  Fully serviced, $15,900 or best  offer. Phone 885-2351 or 885-  9339. 238-28  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  WEST Sechelt. 1 acre elevated   view   property^ Beautifully    treed.   Fully   serviced.  $22,500. Phone 885-2155.  205-27  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  SAKSNAW LAKE: Summer  retreat. Excellent fishing, water skiing, sailing, you name it  ���it's all here. Furnished 2  room log cabin, large deck overlooking beach. Boat float in.  Terms on' $27,500.  GOWER POINT. Immaculate 4  room cottage at beach level. .  Modern cab. kitchen, dining  room, cozy living room, 2 bedrooms. Tastefully decorated  and furnished. $31,500,. Some  terms.  GIBSONS: Level treed lot,  well situated, $8500.  A dandy, little retirement home  close to all facilities. Features  open plan living, 2 bedrooms,  tiled bath, utility area. Two  private "sitting out" areas.  $31,500,  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING    "  SERVICE .  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda ��� DuMont 886-7105  -.��������� .'. 7-; 7;  .'.,,. ,-p V.-,   0546-27  r ��� ��'-���'��� ���������.�����am��� .ia  ,-,.,..,���-. m;���m.mm. .iipi.h-   VIEW lot for sale in Gibsons,  Phono 886-2417, 7     146-tfn  2  BEDROOM, house.  Ponder  Harbour. By owner. Phono  803-2243, 304-27  ess. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.    .  CALL OWNER 886-7316'  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt,.  ' 8875-tfn  5 ACRES secluded property.  Privacy insured. Bordering  Gibsons. Asking $15,000. Ph.  886-7700 or 886-7896 after 6.   252-28  PENDER Harbour, prime view  lot. Full facilities. 'Close to  stores and marinas. Offers. Ph.  883-2663 or (112)298-1786.  308-29  GIBSONS area. 1 prime acre  in choice development, selectively cleared and mostly  level, partial view, all services,  excavated and driveway. $19,-  500. Phone 886-7726.        287-27 '  INVEST WISELY  In this 100' of beach���level  waterfront at Hopkins Land- ���  ing. There are two lots, each1  50'x200', with 3 BR older home  on one. Rent the house while  you build on second lot. No  clearing needed. Wonderful  soil. Fruit trees. $69,500. Ex- ,  elusive, Mrs. Corry Ross, Gibsons, 886-7659. 9543-27  WATERFRONT-- Davis Bay.  2   bedroom,   electric   heat,  Ideal summer home, possession' ���.  July 1st. Phone 885-2183 after  4 p.m. 281-27  SUMMER cottage or retirement. Enjoy fishing, sunshine and country life/ Waterfront 600. sq. ft 4 room cottage, Wilson Creek. Level lot to  beach. Oil heat, both wood and  electric stoves, electric hot  water, new lease' just signed  on lot. Payments no more than  taxes. Full price $23,000. Phone  885-9874 or 885-2254. By owner. 509-27  FOR SALE, three bedroom, 1  year old double wide-trailer. >���  Fully furnished, including wa-  ,sher and dryer. Ready for im- ,  ��� mediate occupancy> Phone 886-1  7684.   ' 524-27  .COMPLETE set of John Gray  , drums,,-$750 or'offers; .22  FLLR target rifle,"spring cuddle seat, .baby ' bike carrier,  Gendron baby, carriage. Phone  886-7848. 270-29  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  -Alder and  fir.  Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  22 FT.' National ,.Shuffleboard  table,   new   surface,,  $1000.  Inquire at Wakefield Inn. Box  490, Sechelt. _     " 275-27  WRINGER washer, $25. Phone  885-2910. 176-27  MADE   to   order,   decorated  quilts   and - pillows, 'patchwork.. Call 885-9624. ��� ' 283-29  FIREPLACE owners.' A fireplace grate that works like  a heatilator' in 'your fireplace.  Takes the place of your old  fire grate.' Coast Thermal  Grate Sales.'Box 291/ Gibsons  or phone 886-2737. 256-27  , EUREKA, vacuum cleaner, like  new, $65. Phone 883-2342.   ���__ 286-27  STAINLESS  steel  ice  cream  cooler, $125. Phone 885-9311  or 885-2608. 316-27  FOR SALE (Continued)  SAND stone grinder, 2 inch x <  ,20 inch, elec. drive. Adding  machine' cash register. -.Elec.  hoist with reduction drive. Ph.  886-2701. ,    311-27'  BEAUTIFUL large black bear  : - rug. $295. Phone 885-9756 before 6 p.m.       ,"-���-.       309-27  30 INCH gas range, good condition.-30 inch oil stove with  2 drums and ,'stand. 8816-7440.  .7    ,.     ��� a     319-27,  21 INCH Philips console TV.  Good condition, $45. Phone  886-7726. 288-27  ' SMALL OB motor, also ther-  mostat'  controlled    electric'  heater. Phone 886-2737.   257-27  TOPPER FLOAT  The New Wharf or ^Boathouse  Floatation -  Replace sunken logs with proper floatation under your present boathouse or'dock. Also  suitable for tie-up buoys.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)  PO Box 24,-Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  '8903-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued)  PORTABLE, record player and  ,   93 records $35. Phone Eddy,  885-9305.. . \ 307-27  ��� ��� -���'  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  Sunday, Monday,, Tuesday  .June 2, 3, 4    -  Julie Christie and Donald'  , Sutherland  ,  "DON'T LOOK NOW"  RESTRICTED:- Some  bruital-  ity and-nude sex scenes.  9542-27  WANT used carpet? Spectacular buy 10x20 red shag, 2  ' months old. 2 bedrooms or_ ?  Phone 886-9093. 502-27'  DOUBLE bed and mattress, 2  mths. old $75. Kitchen table  and 4 chairs $25; Phone 886-  7839 after 6:       ' 193-27  ���-��������� ������-���-��� -������.��� ���������������������������   ��� ������   ���) ��� -     -    ���  PLAY'Lions Community Bin-  go, cards available, $1.00 ea.  by phoning 885-2012 days or.  885-2027 nights. 4184-tfn  ELECTRIC range, 30 inch, recent   model:'  Infinite, heat  control burners and automatic  , oven. Excellent condition. Ph.  885-9533. ' 310-27  FOR SALE (Continued)  Frigidaire 16" cu. ft. freezer top.  Phone 886-7635.   '        508-27  TRUCK load of cement forms.  What  offers?   Also  cement  mixed. $250. Phone. 885-2840.  ���  290-27  BW TV comb., radio and ster-  , eo, excellent condition, $150.  Also refractor 240 power telescope. Like new $70. Phone 885-  9801.  296-27  SPANISH dining room suite  with buffet. Reasonable. Ph.  886-7658. " 300-27  VIKING   23   cu.   ft.   freezer,  $225.' Located  Pender Harbour. Phone (112)684-0956 after 6 p.m. 503-27  COMBINATION BW TV, ster-  eo and radio. Excellent condition. Phone 885-9632.   297-29  155 H.P. Chrysler marine overhauled slant 6. Ph. 885-2121.  10144-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  TOP prices paid for scrap  lead. Large or small quantities. Phone 885-2305 or write  Scuba West; RR 1, Halfmoon  Bay. 289-29  Two-story houses are  traditional in North American  design, but here's one that has  a completely different aspect  ��� 'a two-story living and  bedroom wing joined to a  completely separate one-story  living room by a large and  LEGAL NOTICES  Form No. 1  LAND ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of IjTew Westminster and situated Earls Cove.  Take notice that Harry and '  Jean Morrison of Madeira  Pork, occupation Marina Operators intends to apply for a  lease of the .following described lands:  District 'L6t 0507, Group 1,  New Westminster District and  containing 2.04 acres, more or  /less. ,,'      ���," " ' "���  Tho purpose for which tho  disposition Is required Is Marina. '  ���    \.,,,,\  J., Morrison  H.'Morrison  Doted 2Qth May, 1974.  1     9544-pub, May 29, JuncB, '74  FIRST FLOOR PLA.L  PlfcH   M\1   *})w\  BED BM. \  12'- 4-\ I^O"  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT, FRANCIS, PENINSUUA ROAD)  '      REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE ~~"  PENDER HARBOUR �� EGMONT- EARL COVE  .,tF,RANGIS.PENINStJlA.^  wall to wall, laroo living room wllh hcatalator flroplaco, large  workshop, A lovoly homo on two lovol acros, Good buy at $55,000,  GARDEN BAY LAKE - 22 acros with somo lako frontaflo, oxcol*  ,      . lent subdivision potential. T.P, $60,000,  MARINA   excellent potontlal - good Incomo - Room for expansion ��� High gross ,. clotalU at offlco.  elegant foyer. A high wall at  the front for ��� privacy, and  larger glass areas toward-the >  rear garden combine to make  the room both livable and.  practical, while a large  fireplace on the centre sight  line becomes the immediate  , focal point of the entrance  foyer. '    l    '  On the ground floor of the  living wing there is an open-  plan family room, kitchen and  dinette with an unrestricted  24-foot sweep in one direction,  16 feet in the other. Yet there  is still room for,a separate  dining room of generous size  with a large triple window to  the outside.  The two-car garage features  ample storage at the rear, and  entry,to a laundry, pantry and  mud-closet located between  (he kitchen and garage.  The kitchen is bright and  open, arranged with the work  triangle in mind, with lots of  counter and cabinet space,  And it provides easy access to  ^thc private terrace at the rear  of the house ��� a feature that  makes serving meals outside  a pleasure,  The second story boasts  Ihice large bedrooms running  off �� central balcony upper  hall  which  overlooks   the,  downstairs foyer. The master  bedroom has Its own bath with  . shower 'stall, and t|io hall balh  Is planned as a split, with tub  arid toilet separated from the,  lavalory-vanily area,  One of the most appealing  aspects of tine house is Its  exterior design," II Is  contemporary, bul retains the;  residential .character  reminiscent of pioneer ".sail-  box" houses, and the large  areas of shingled surfaces,  both roof and side wall, make  for an interesting relationship  of' planes. Generous use of  stone at the front of the living  room, as well as several  panels at the front entrance  and in the massive chimney  all contribute to the warmth of ,  the design.  Overall length of the house  is 48'8", with a depth of 51'10".  It has 1157 square feet of living  area on the first floor, 770  square feet on the second  floor, and, the garage,  including the storage area,  has 458 square feet. There is a  cellar under the living room  only.  Want to know more about  this week's plan? Use the  coupon to order: ,  STUDY PLANS Convenient  ���4-size plans with many pages  of interesting details,  construction data, -materials  list, and views bf the house.  Not only do they give you  more information about  the house, your local builder  will be able to use them to give  you   a   construction   cost  estimate. Price: $4.00  C ON ST It U C T I O-N  BLUEPRINTS Fully detailed  and scaled construction  drawings complete with  itemized materials list and  material specifications ��� all  your builder needs to give you  a firm quote and proceed with  ���construction, Price: $30,00 for  the first set, each additional  set $10,00, plus 7 per cent  Ontario sales tax,  Plan No, 5343  BE0RM.2    | BEDRM.3  lO'-ftVU'-O"  n-o'.ia'-o"  S^cotap fum pun  PUN  NO. 9MA  Ui:u:,N MOOKRw Peninsula Times,  HQX 1107   ������',"������'.  "'UAKVilXK,;ONT."MJ''!lKH' -'������ '; ���'    ',  Yi'N. ytomv send 7, Ht'lH of Study. Piano, ��1>I wli,  Y(>H,  |lllMIH(' H(M|(I  . .  Mt'lH <��f <'��"flll'll(il0H Hlll('|MllltH,  MiUlofacd In $,,,, total, liicliulln^ 7, |><t cent (hit. Sales  ��� 'Twy.'      ��� p7.--:.  ���...������....  '-., ... .. ���  , . IMnn'No. 5313  IN 1' 1 ill I1, ,,, , ,,,,, , ,�� , a, ,,, , ��� ^ ,, , ,,, ,,,,,, \, ,,,,,,,,. t,, 1 1,, 1 ,,,,,,',,, ,  (\IMMt I.OO  a,,, t, a I ,, , I (, ,, ,1 *,, I ,*,, (, , I,*,,, *, , ,, 1 I I ���, * ��� , ,, , , ���, ��� < * ��� , , t ���  {  III  piippp ,p  ('DDrii.p, ,,, ,.,,,,,,, ft,,,,, ��� a a, a  PEARSON ISLAND-��� 24 ocros, closo to pondor Harbour, Good  Investment at $125,000,  LOT 90' x HO' ���> closo to government wharf; walor ond power;  full prlco $10,900 Includes furnished 16' trallor,  WATERFRONT ��� 2,5 acros with larpo solid homo, boat build.  Ing facility, small sawmill ��� all for $70,000 full prlco,  THREE CAQINS ��� on ono lot ~- within 50' of excellent beoch.  F,P, $36,000.  PENDER HAR0OUR ��� Over an aero of watorfront, 100' of doop  protected moorage, 3 PR homo, needs somo work, F.F. $46,500,  ~WE NEED LISTINGS ���  PHONE 883-2794  John Brccn      Archie Brayton     Jock Harmon  883-9978 883-9926 883-2745  IIALMOON Day Hospital Auxiliary hold  itfl regular May meeting nt the home  of Mrs, Joan Laird with 10 members and  ono guest present.   Reports wore submitted from thQ.thrltt..  shop and gift shop convened and a,,letter  ot thanks waa rend expressing appreciation to tho group for help with tho blood  donor's clinic,       ��� ���  An appeal was extended to members  for surplus - floww-rwes -which are urgently, needed In St. Mary's Hospital.  This haa been a busy month for tho  auxiliary, which has organized two parties for tho extended enro un|t, ono on  Mother's Day, when attractive corsages  wcro madQ for all tho patients and ono  planned for Thursday of thrln week In  honor of tho birthday of Mro. Hazel dor-  f  don.  Tho auxiliary also sent six delegates,  Suo Boavon, OHvo Comyp, Nora MncDon-,  aid. Frances Cook, Alice Young and Allco  JIalford to the D,C, regional convention  of hospital auxiliaries at Rbyar Columbia  Hospital, Now Westminster on. May H,  Tlio delegates attohdod two workshops on  thrift Bhop and gift shop operation which  thoy found Instructive and helpful,  ,,, Tho. mext, meeting,: which will bo th��  last boforo tho summer recess, will take  tho form of a smorgasbord supper on Monday, Juno 3 at tho Dob Forrester homo at  Redrooffs. *  Convener Is Mrs. Young and U any  members have not yet boon contneted regarding tho supper, thoy should telophono  her at IM5-2170.  TOTEM CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $76 TO GO  -fa DOOR PRIZE ^        f \     I'  ' -, I' 11  ' -'�� ,'7l.b7 .���  7 #V,-'-  ,:*^^___^^____j^-:'",7 :^-|  '���'���**^=t_t     /-~\    i-;-,-'^J  1       J_  f-r'  ��� ii        _g  cwn  1     '*        *'7    "j*,-.:  'at.  *��  ..<&  *--"���  t*  S V'  '    -  i ��� 'V  "*;: O*  fi   ft  -74  K  ��     "��    "__SS^?S��//_'J'   V        -_��������'_.   - S**  MARIE DE FOUW o�� Sechelt re-   tion in the loggers' sports ladies' nail .staged as finale to second Sechelt  ceives trophy from mayor Harold   driving contest May 20. Sports wer,e   Timber Days.  Nelson after beating out all compefi-  Squatingly yours  ���by Maurico Hemsftreot  . THE PENINSULA Times; had hardly-hit.'  ��� the street when the phone rang.' A  voice on the other end said,, "What the  devil did you do, break your typewriter .  finger?" I said,- "Well, What do you  mean?'.' and he said, ".Youf column was  so short that.it almost missed the page."  1 "Well," I said. "That old flu bug '  slows a fellow down' a little," but he  kept right on. "Besides that," he said,' "I  have' been trying to fit your words .to  the tune Old Black Magic and they just  don't fit at all."  "Well," I said, "do you know'the  tune," and he said, "No, does that matter?"  "Now," T said,-"here is the sixty-four  dollar question, 'can you sing'," and he  said, "Well, pf course I can_sing, well,  a little bit, once in a.while."  I thanked the young fellow, politely  like, and came to the conclusion that he  was a bath tub singer and. maybe don't  get too much practice, I buess. I will  have to go show him- that my words do  fit the tune. I. have only one problem, I  can't remember what I wrote.  Well, square dancers," with a lot of  difficulty and the help of Cathy Berry,  I managed- to get a float in the Sechelt 1  Timber Days parade and I think it would  be;nice if, in the future, -they would  come up with a booby prize. This simply  'means that you would' at least get ,an E  for effort.  Of ,course,    winning a prize doesn't  -mean  that  much.   The idea 'is  to  get  something in the parade to make it big-  , ger and better.  I noticed that there were only two  commercial floats in the' parade. The  merchants are quite willing to move their  "living here. They should also be willing  to contribute to community affairs. After  > all, a parade float is advertising and  therefore tax deductible.  What happened to the good old days  when it took an hour and a half to pass  a given point. Where were all the indus-  : trial people. I will give you one guess���  probably helping thq merchants. At the  best, community spirit has hit a new  low. At least that's a record.  Well, square dancers, if you want to  square a set,"all you have to do is phone  886-2535, I'm always ready to go. I have  to practice, anyhoo, so you might just  as well enjoy an evening of spinchain-  thrus.  I will leave you with this thought in  _ mind. A parade, a special event, a square  dance cluib or even a community, is only  as good as the people who make up that  , community, Keeno-Sabby. .  Page A-6-  The Peninsula Times,  H  ^mtmsmmmTi^Hls^JS��s��am^  Wednesday, May 29, 1974  ��f^$_3#_K:$a^^  I  E  on behalf of the Provincial Department  of Human Resources  SECHELT ELEMENTARY. SCHOOL   .  /MAY 29,1974 r.7s30 p.m.  D. Humphreys, - '"  ,  Chairman  SE^fflSS^SS^ESISI^SISlSilSSSZSSSZ^Sl^^^^S^^^^^ffiS^^SsiSS^^S  *f*^___^*_  Put it where  you work/  Use   them   for   steady,   low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  .. .< 2,500 homes every, week.  THE TIMES  885-9634 or 885*2635 (Sechelt)  006-2121 (GHmnmu)  ��-���--���-����������------���-���a��a����-��M---------- -J  fork it where  you put iii  i.i  The International 3400A and 3500A Integral Backhoe/Loader Tractors ...  mechanical or hydraulically actuated  fast reverse transmission (synchronies!))  ... gas or diesel... to 59  (net) HP. Versatile machines that  go anywhere. Move the aggregate,  dig the trench ... on the highway,  on construction sites, sewer, cable  laying, plumbing lobs, new home construction, contractor's work of all  types. ��� Profit makers, you betl  ��� Maneuverable, fast cycling, big'  capacl^ar}d.horsepowgr| ���  VULCAN        phone  MACHINERY  G. 294-4781  EQUIPMENT  LTD.  3149 Norland Ave., Burnaby, B.C.  THE   TIMES   cameraman  severed block in mid air as  oaitJches   Ev^na/pictured, and partner John   in hand bucking contest during Sec-  b Make   Goodwin go on to third-place ftnisfo   helt loggers' sports.  Our mail-In service has proven so  ���popular...wlth���tho���moU))rl8tal_wc!]rc.,  prepared, lo receive your mailed  Driver's 7Ccrtlficate Application  forms an late aa Juno 15th, Just  sign and date it where Indicated,  then mall it along-with*a cheque  or money order for the premium  amount shown. We'll quickly validate your certificate nnd return it  to you, If you have not received  your application form in the mail,  you can get your Driver's Certifi  cate by taking your Driver's Lie-  jcnectojmy���MPlpii:_yehlc]o:.LlccnicoJ  Office.''Remember, you will need  both a Driver's Licence and a Driver's Certificate as of July 1st, For  moro information call your Auto-  plori J Information Centre. At,. 665-  2800, oulsicloTYancouvcr call collect. .  ���    .     i  Nowbiewedm Columbia'  * . ..  Carlsberg has long Ihhmi tho world's most exported Lager beer, Now  .    Carlsborg, the glorious beer .of Copenhagen, Is brewed right here  In ttritihh.���Columbia., And because. U'v now brewed here, you can  enjoy Carlsberg fresh from the Urewery,  Carlsberg,,, brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark to  the taste of Canadian beer drinkers. Discover Carlsberg lor yourself,  your, Inauranco company  i��  ?  07a-H*in Tho Peninsula Timeo Pago A-7   "|  Wednesday, May 29/ 1974 ��  ;/   /   ' 1.7^ *    *   .';   '-7"   |  Christ idh Science 1  ON- .THE' Christum ^Science  radio . pro-  !     gram -The'-Truth'That Heals - advertised-in The,'Times' today, people.,tell  ���how'the understanding of 'God's love has  made joyful living possible and natural.  ��� God is-" Love. Above* all * others needs,  is the need to, feel loved. We heed this  supportive beneficence felt around its to  give _. consistency vto   our   efforts   to  do  - right, , to .be. active in usefulnessi" to be  .courageous in'timesiof stress,' to be com-  v .*!���_ ar  V&.J  V.  7 ->.  ���i-7  ,  : PENDER HARBOUR AREA        ;  Sand ��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Gravel, ��tc.  We now havo 2;concrete mixer.frucks to serve you.  i  I  i  i  Does Your Club or Group report its  A LITTLE bit of rain didn't - staip tie.cp.ds this,groupfrom ^t}J^<^^ ^ai th6horde 0^ms.Frea.o^orl,���pr^i-  m& grade 12 class at Pender Hairbour ���, Ranker,, James Northrup, Cindy Ed-, d^nt of( the local, g^p. all branches were  Secondary School fromHioldSng a' ��� monds, June,Crisley, Cecile Gurard represented.-Dave'Hayward of Sechelt  fund-rai'Stng car wash. Funds are- and Sheila Harris. Not pictured is "Branch 69 reported that, ribbons have  intended to help finance ithe class "���-��� Cindy Mterkle. been ordered for members of his club and  -       - - * ' -of local branch No. 80 which will make  members obtaining them eligible for  half fares at the exhibition in Vancouver on August 21. A bus will leave at  8 a.m. on that date, return fare only $5.  The regional, council has also made  arrangements for a Vancouver parks day  trip,   scheduled  for  June   25.   For  that  R.R. 1. GARDEN BAY  PHONE: 883-9911 ��  forted and healed in times of sickness.    ^mi/iffm,mmiffigffittimiimtmititJimmMIimtmmmimi��mfemitik  We must know that God, is good,,and - ���-��� . . ; ���,, ��� ,���  'loving and that in Him is nothing but  blessing for "mankind.1 . \--' .   "   ''  For'further.information or free literature concerning Christian Science please  ' contact the assistant Committee,on Pub-  - lication for the Sunshine Coast' 885-9778.'  ��mnn.��M��mmmiiM.��iif..T.i,.^PHl1mn  B.C. ISA  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  Activities Regularly to The Times?  T'p,  party. Getting themselves as wet as  Happenings around the Harbour  :     '. :       by Kathleen Villi 883-90��T~  OUD eastern visitor is still with us.��� chuk.rapids, returned down the Agam- event, the bus leaves from Sechelt at  waiting for some sunshine on' this menbn Channel, and for a finale circled 8 a.m, returning at 9 p.m., and the fare is  misnamed coast,' and giving us a bad over the Harbour' area: a great $4 worth the same as for the exhibition trip. Anytime about our weather. She's also ex- which, we enjoyed immensely. / one interested in attending should contact  tremely amused by references to /'paint- " The Pender Harbour Lions Club has Mrs. Olson at 883-2789 or Mr. Hayward  ing my bottom." Says the part that, sounds ' asked me to extend their thanks to all at 885-9755.  worst is discussion of . scraping it first!     the individuals and firms who contribu- -EGMONT  Wasn't it great that we got a break ir_a   ted articles .to their recent auction sale. Vi Bernzen reports from Egmont that  the   weather  far  our .May. Day, cele- _ Among the merchants to receive their their field day ^ still to come since it  brations? And the whole thing went well. ���. special gratitude are Volker Kaemling of is to be held on june.i, they don't call  Friday's and Saturday's dances were both    Harbour Centre Hardware, who donated heirs' a  May   Day  celebration,  but it  well  attended and much enjoyed.) Fol-    an electric blanket; Ernie Widman's Esso; has  many of .the same' features. There  lowing the Saturday morning festivities    Nick Gferrick who -contributed, a load of wiil t>e a junior fishing derby starting at  reported  in  last  week's   column,  there    top soil; Coast Backhoe and Roddy Webb . 9  a#m   at the government wharf; with  were  sports  competitions in the after- . who each gave fill; Pender Chevron - pri_;es for various categories of catches.  two   oil  changes.   They   also   extend   a The Egmont elementary school grounds  ?>!cia,1rt^nk,you^toJthJe gemal_auctl0neer> will be the scene of sports competitions,  John Haddock, who did somuch to ensure and  there  will  be  hot  dogs   available  the _ucce^ of .the event. The Lions clear- . there. At 2 p.m., a bazaar and tea will  ed over $1,100 on this sale, to finance be heid in the Community Hall,  their many charities, so it was all well 1>m flighted to report that most of  DON'T MESS IT UPl  n..������n��.��...��.....��--mm.......m......  fa>y  noon, then the' soap box derbies and  two softball games. Winners of the'former were in three separate categories.  First prize in the main contest went to  Geoff Perry, with Mike Hermon taking  second, & Mike Higgins third. In .the  handicap race, Geoff Perry again placed  first, Bob Kdbus was second, and Bruce  Hermon, third. The best built soap-box  vehicle was that of the Hermon brothers,  Jay Rancier's entry was second, and Luke  Peters' thir<jl. Henry Sundquist took the  prize for the senior contest. f  The elementary school softball game  was won by Garden Bay, but the Madeira  Park seniors were victorious against the  Garden Bay senior team.  We invested in the airplane ride, and  were delighted, with it. Flew over the  lakes, swooped down over the Skookum-  Men's.& Hoys'  Clot hitig ;& Shoes  worthwhile.  my vegetable garden is now visible above  Marj Rankin reports^ that the monthly the ground: but I'm alarmed about the -  meeting "of Branch 80, Pender Harbour lack   of  sun.   I  have" virions   of  "leafy  Senior Citizens Club, held on May 20, whites"  instead of leafy greens in this  was   a   most   enjoyable' occasion.   Eric summer's   salads,   unless   we   get  some  Brooks presented a; delightful series of chlorophyl-making sunlight soon,  slides and supplied commentary on his Once more I remind you: if you have  expensive travels  around the'world. news .for   inclusion- in, this   column/Til  ,The attractive pencil cedar lamp made must have it by Thursday evening���dr  and donated by Sam Lamont was raffled, anyway  by  8:30  a.m.  on  Friday.- And  .and Mrs. George GreaVes was the lucky since I work from  10 to  4 o'clock on  winner. "* ��� weekdays, you must��call me either early  The  Sunshine  Coast_ Senior  Citizens in the morning, or in the evening. I'll t��e  Regional Council held a meeting on May delighted to hear from you. ' x  BOYS'  SOCKS J  ��    pair  BOY'S UNDER        *m  SHORTS   da pair  BOYS' ATHLETIC "m  SHIRTS     db pair    m��  T-SHIRTS  ea     ��*  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  885-9838  See what's available in pocket books these days!  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PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  With this new facility wo can wheel your boat right on up to the repair shop or  anywhere you want.  -W^ which  weighs an estimated 6y/% tons, is carried with ease on the wheeled ways. Colin  MacKinnon stands by showing the size of the newly finished rig. We can take up  to a 36-foofr boat.  We also have 300 feet of floats.   i    .,.   . ... .  General Store  ***<s   .', Camping  Complete Shop Facilities  Repair Shop  Live Bait  \ WE SEU AND SERVICE CHRYSLER OUTBO  ARO & liMBOARD MARINE ENGINES  Your Hosts:  Colin and Evelyn MacKinnon & Jim and Iris Miller  Just five miles out of Sechelt O 885-2100  FOIL BAKEWARE  Pka. of broad, cako and muffin pant  Regular 59c pkg.  Sp-clal  mP pk|>i  COFFEE MUGS  Aiiortcd colon. Rofl. J(J    , i  39c ea. Special ���... 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' , - AND JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!"  mm  T V  r-ar*atm���amPm)maa_  m,,mm      "* ��� r ���  _.. ..��-:tv  -    -'IV-f'^f-'a'  ���I   ���   -S  ������|'  " 'i ���.���_I! u'J r:\*A  "^iJ <"    1'  '���7i! "V-'i > ��� *#-- -��-'  Ui.r--.-l *    -  p .  .!l -       '    ^    V ."   !  ,..."-'- ;,M ���>,';.: t'&fc   'Yfa  Mb^ ^f^u-^���*���"������;.���-. -r-.j:���������-*-'  ���  '������  Elphie walkathon  postponed to June 1-  GIBSONS���Elphinstone secondary schools,  , fund-raising, walkathon from  Sechelt  to Gibsons has been postponed'until June  1 because of poor weather conditions. - .  / -Proceeds   of   the ' event,  which : was  slated for May 25, will go towards com-  Pflgo A-��  Tho PealBBulo Ttanes        Wednesday, Moy 29, 1974  SMMffWJPMM^  -mile  prominent citizens  have been approached to take part in the  celebrity mile section of the walk.  To sponsor a student, phone Elphinstone Secondary School at 886-2204.  The gypsy moth is ,one of the worst  insects, attacking hardwoods in. North  America. r a  iuuuiniUMUMinivWMV>rpnp---"--"*"p"----��"-��*-��"-,''-----',"-"-*-J","---,"M",M''"M"M*"  JUNE 17fh - 23rd - ENHOLS, MOW!  nnimj|iuinnrn"l"-"----------""--"~"----~~-"----~-"~"-"--"~----"-"* --���"���-  /  For full details, contact Ross Lind at 885-2305  i  ���Itjiipjww-^j^^  ffM^aaaj-aaBaggg^^  FIRE gutted Peninsula Cleaners' day  cleaning store on .Gower Point Road,  Gibsons, May 25. and destroyed an  apartment above the premisesi.  Twenty-five firemen and three units  were called in to control the blaze,  which started about 4 p.m. in the  cleaning section of the building.  There were no injuries. Pictured  examining the boarded-up building  is Brad Reid of Gibsons.  Joan Proctor  . . . Strait talk  Ranks, badges presented  i  !  ASK Ft FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  "GUESS what I got today," asked  our teenager as he readied for  the milk carton.   - .  "Another record," we yawned trying not to sound too disinterested.  "No' it's something from school  that I've been waiting for for a long  time."  "You've been put in a class where  you do absolutely nothing except listen to loud records," we said.  "No, my school year book is finally out!"  We took turns looking at it. The  pictures of the students look just like  the groups pictured on the record  jackets which decorate his room.  This bothers me because I didn't honestly think real kids looked like that.  And they all seem to dress and look  alike. But then maybe the fact that  they're spent a year housed in look-  alike trailers since their school burned down has something to do with it.  "If you've finished looking through  my book could you help me? I have  a problem," continued our son. .  "You have a problem? What do  , you mean, you have a problem? We  have the problem - you!"  Ignoring us, he went on. "I'm trying to think of something funny to  write in some girl's book and I can't  think of anything."  "How about when are you going  to get your face fixed," suggested  our ten-year old.  "Okay, dummy, another remark  like tthat and you'll need your face  fixed," he said. "Anyhow, I want  to write something memorable."  "That'd be memorable," taunted  his sister. '  "Why don't you take a' look  through some of my old year books,"  I suggested.  "I already did that and several  of ithe quotations the kids wrote in'  your Annuals are scribbled over or  cut out. The only ones left are dumb  things like 'Good iiuck' and 'Rosens  'are Red'. Didn't kids have any imiag-  ihaltion in the 50's "  "I had to censer ithe mote imag-,  .native ones before taking my book ,  home." ''' ��� "  "I'm sorry son. but they were  ��U lost years ago."  "You mean Mom burned ithem llko  she did with your photo albums that  had pictures of your old girlfriends  in them " "/  "I didn't burn theni or your year  books," I said hotly. "They aeddent-  ly got thrown An with a load of magazines (and newspapers Intended for  tho recyiing depot."  "Well whatovor. Thoy're gone!"  "Try to look at tho, bright side of  it dear," I continued, "maybe your  ���old photos and year.'books have come  back as something useful like kitty  litter,"  . "That   was   not   amusing,"   ho,  scolded.  Tho first secretory of tho Canadian  Forestry Association in 1000 wna Elihu  Stewart.  GIBSONS���The annual mother and daughter tea was held May 14 in Calvary  Baptist. Church for the Pilgrim section  of the Pioneer Girls club. More than 40  Moms'and gals were in attendance. Committee chairman, Mildred Erickson welcomed the guests.  The church was decorated with vases  of spring flowers. Bertha Breu and Joan  Ri^by poured tea from the lace-covered  table, and committee members Evelyn  Cooper, Arlys Peters and Darlene McQueen, assisted by Helen Peebles, served  refreshments-.  The program featured special singing  by the girls with guides Eleanor Wolverton and Mary Madison leading. Sandra  McQuary played two piano solos, Mairi  Robertson played her recorder and Joanne Braithwaite sang a solo and accompanied herself on the guitar.  Chief guide, Kay Owen gave a comprehensive review of the year's activities,  especially- reporting on the recent Pilgrim overnight camping trip on Porpoise  Bay.  The following ranks and badges were  presented to the girls: Yvonne Edmonds,"  Voyager rank .and kitchencraft badge;  Sheila Spain, Discovery rank and outdoor and nature badges; Shannon Mc-  Givern, Discovery rank and outdoor badge; Doreen Webber, Citizenship and nature badges. v  Brenda J_eechman, New Life badge;  safety and water badges; Naomi Nygren,  drawing badge; Audrey Kiene, Voyager  rank, new life and outdoor badges.  Natalie Jack, games badge; Kelly  Webber, Home-care, Nature, citizenship  and advanced water badges; Shirley  Christiansen, Handcraft badge; Torrie  Beitlo, Outdoor badge; Lena Jonas, Drawing badge.  Pastor Erickson spoke words of commendation to girls and guides for all that  had been accomplished in the club during  the year and 'then led in the benediction.  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  <E. &O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  "Poole Pottery" Coffee sets, Platters  and vases-of superior quality; exclusive satin smooth finish or colourful high  glaze - a lovely gift for any occasion.  Miss Bee's - Sechelt.  Gail Wolverton, Discovery rank and out-'  door badge; Betty Wilson, Discovery rank,  Tha Sunshine Coast  ACTS COUIdl.  is presenting a  VARIETY CONCERT  of LOCAL TALENT  on June 14th  in the Sechelt Elementary School  Activity Room.  Would anyone interested in performing please p^pne 885-2494.  Adults: $1 " Children; 25c  I  .oast to i^oasi^  :eai Estate Service  t.m. A. E. LePagc Limited  ��������ii����-ii����inww��iia-ii����wiii-ww������--  ii,  I  I  mm  i  (formerly the. P.A. Coffee Bar)  NEW HOURS: Monday-Friday.  Saturday, 7:00 a.m.  7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  to 6:00 p.m.  Whatever your property is, if it's  on the Sunshine Coast we have interested  clients, and our catalogue brings in  more every day.  I'll be happy to discuss this with you  anytime, and arrange a listing  at no charge to you.  J. He (Jack) WHITE, H.I.. (;��X.)  Mortgage Appraisals Arranged.  S  CLOSED SUNDAYS  L  HMIMMHIIIUIIIMIIMIIIMIMIIIMtlMMHIIIMIIIIIKMIIMMII  ance  JUNE 8th  Now Loglon Hall  ~  ^^I^^l^  -��-,  D06RS OPEN AT 7  TICKETS AVAILABLE:  Socholt CHaln 5d\v Contro  $4,00 COUPLE  B  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY -^ Phono f TJny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Firo Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  EVERY MONDAY���1:45 p.m.7 Community Hall Roberts Creek,   ,  Elphinstone New Horixons carpet bowling, cards & films.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30, p.m,, Secholt Ufllon Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  n��w members welcome.   . ��� ,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m;, Blnflo, new Lealon Bulldlnq, Sechelt,  EVERY WEDNERDAY���-8 p.m. Introductory Lecture on Tranccndental  Meditation. I.M.S. Centro, Gibsons.  EVERY THURS.-7-8:00 p.m., Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall,  THURS. aftornoons "TOPS" meeting at Public Health Centre, |;30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� Gibson's United Church Women's Thrift Shop, 1-3  P.m. In United Church basement,  OPEN SATURDAYS4��� 12 noon to 2 p.m.; Wilson Creek Library, -*��*���  Juno I' ~-l I a.m. to 4 p.m., Artox Display, St. Hilda's Church Hall,  .....   SoCholt..    ���      p  ���   ,': .���, .     ...',..  June 5 pi���8 p.m., Socholt, Garden Club mooting In St. Hilda's'Ha|l,  Sechelt, '   , ''   ' '    .���������������  Juno 6 ���-2 to 4 p.m. Salvation Army Fish Barbecue Demonstration.  Bazaar & Tea, Donations, Camp Sunrise, beside Langdala  Forry Terminal. ' ,  Juno 12���8   p.m,'   Child   Minding   Co-Op   General   moating,   New  Mothers wolcomo. Garbaldl Health Unit, S. Fletcher Road,  .....Gibsons,.,. ..!..........,  Juno 13���2 p.m.,* Ladles' Auxiliary, St. Mary's Hospital, monthly  meeting, St. Hilda's Church Hall, Secholt,  Jgno 14���7,-30 p.m, Synshlno Coast Arts Council yorloly concert,  Secholt Elementary School. Adults $1, children 25c,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Lltflna Service  YoncoMver  Re��|   Estate,  ,    Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTP.  Phone 805-2235 (24-Houn) Box 128, Sechelt, D.C.  Voncourer Phono 6*09-5030  M  ���Pf  iik  *>>>���__  CARIBOO-STERS #3-115  A real steal in the Cariboo. Here's 5.6 acres of clear title property, 600' of highway frontage next to McLeese Lake. High  ground ��� not swampy. Put your trailer or home here and watch  your i money grow. Only $19,000 full price! Call BOB KENT,  ' 885-��461  evenings.  RURAL DELIGHT. " ". #3-153  4 bedroom home on 34 acres of gentle sloping, selectively cleared land. Fantastic view from top corner acreage. Frontage on  main highway. Two rental cabins, 18-stall barn, chicken, turkey  and duck pens, goat and sheep shed. Could be developed into good  hobby farm, or check possibilities of other ventures. Full price  $170,000. Call LEE R. BROWN 885-2235 evenings.,  DUPLEX ON AN ACRE #15-3-157  Let rental income help carry the cost. Large revenue property  (l;l acres) with central location on Highway 101 at Roberts  Creek. Duplex is completly rebuilt .with new foundation, plumbing, wiring, auto, oil heat and carpets, 3 bedrooms to each  suite, immediate occupancy. Less than % mile to park and  public beach. Full price $49,000. Offers. To view call DON  HADDEN, 885-9504.  _J   GIBSONS VILLAGE #5-3-186  A fully renovated home in an immaculte garden, located on  Aldersprlng Road, convenient to amenities. Fully modernized,  wall-to-wall in all rooms except kitchen and bathroom, which have  new lino. Two bedrooms, good sized living room. New cupboards  and double sink in kitchen, color fixtures and vanity in bathroom, plus tile work. Part basement for utllty ond storage. Exterior stucco and siding, paved driveway, new fence. All this and  much more for only $32,500, Existing agreement can be assumed, some cash required. This won't last long, call JACK WHITE,  . :,.;, 986:2935. ' /  VIEW HOME'"-"LOVELY GARDEN ,'      '    7   "#&182"  , A truly fine homo, three bedrooms, utility, With llvlng-dlnlng and  kitchen to the, water view, and all on one floor. Electric furnaco, ;  Clus stone front heatalator fireplace. Early, occlupancy, too. Ono  I6ck to good Davis Bay Beach. 4 ma|or appliances Included In  '.? full price of $43,800, Call PETER SMITH 885-9463.  GIBSONS RETIREMENT 7 #5-3-181  Attractive single bedroom home, propano furnace, stono fireplace, on quiet Franklin Road, ono block from tho beach. Choice  level lot on, sower. The houso is shabby but full prlco $19,000  provides generous qllowanco for renovation, Down payment  $5,000, balance at reasonable 10%. Call C, R, GATHERCOLE,  886-2785, '   ���   .   :    /  WEST SECHELT 7 ,     >       ' #19-37180  Moro than half aero on terms (drlvo up Nlckorson Road to our  sign), cleared, ready to build pr m��vo on a trallor, This lovol lot  Is a tremendous buy at $4,000 down with balance at, loss than  bank Interest, Try $75,a month, Tho full prlco Is $10,900. Call  BOB KENT, 885-9461.,  EUREKA ROAD - REDROOFFS #23-3-188  Here's a nicely wooded lot, level, good soil, hydro available, only  six miles from Sechelt, bus available. Size 70x225'. A good buy for  retirement or holding at $8,000. Call JACK WHITE, 886-2935  evenings.  2/13 ACRE VIEW - NEAR SECHELT    , #3-141  Here's view and lots of land. Two choices now. Either at $14,900  full price. Excellent site for mobile home. 100'x295' has hydro and  city water. Buy now while the price is low. Call BOB  KENT,  885-9461.  DAVIS BAY #16-3-176  Two-bedroom retirement home with attached carport and small  garden shed on an ocean view lot. Just two blocks from the beach  at Davis Bay. Full price $35,000. Owner moy carry up to half.  DON HADDEN 885-9504 evenings.  REDROOFFS ROAD - NEAR WELCOME BEACH , #26-3-184  Big lot,   100'x510',  understood to be on local water service.  $14,000 full price, try your terms on this. JACK WHITE. 886-  2935 evenings.  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK - OPPOSITE GOLF COURSE #3-135'  Apprpx, 9,6 acros of wooded land, gently sloping to the south, so  lots of fun. 660' on tho highway, 846' deep, talk aboout privacy;  yet close to best recreational area, golf course and salt chuck.  Full price $50,000, terms offered. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  i  HAVE YOU NOTICED? #2-517  We have these lovoly lots with a view that cannot be duplicated.  At a low down payment of only $4,000 and how about this!���  only 10% Interest! p Pay off at any timeliest chance you will  havo In a long time, to make a deal. Talk to a Realtor Salesman  at 885-2235 and speak to your favorite.  AN APPEALING PAD '   ,���        ,#3-170  Watorfront with a gentle southern slope. Full 2 bedroom homo.  Additional, self-contained cute-as-canrbe bachelor pad. Ideal for  the single weokndor, whll renting out tho house. Full prlco only  $55,000. Call BOB KENT 885-9461 or view on our closed circuit television.  BOB'S BEST BUY       ,       ,    ' #3.110  Hero's a cholco parcel of acreage with many dividends. Very  largo, comfortable 3 bedroom, home with hardwood flooring,  fireplace, full basoment. 20x40,������heated swimming pool with  sauna cabano change ' room, Yoar-round crook and bost of p  revenue, Need details? Call BOB at 885-9461,  i  i  '..��  ��,  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT / #19-3-09?  Largo romcxJol led homo on 100' watorfront has 5 bedrooms, largo  living and dining aroos, electric, furnaco ond brick flroplaco, garden; and two car garago, This merits a really good look, Only  $55,000,cash.7For,appointment.cq||, DON.HAPDEM BBS-Wpi,,.,  ovenlngs.   , v   "  .  SUNSET HEIGHTS / . #16.3-127  A few lots loft, some have view,  In this now restricted sub-  division, All good sl*o, cleared, services available, Prices from  $6,750 to $15,500,  Pick'your lot now before It's too loto,  JACK WHITE, 8B6-2935,    ,  "   "7      ���  FLAT BEACH HOME OR DUPLEX #3-185  Summer:Is comlng-^-onloy It on the beach, In your own cottage,  ' on flat beach 4% mllos from Sochelt, So doslgned It may bo single'  use, or duplex���two ofj everything ond furnished with all ma)or  roqulromontsi fridges, ranges, bods etc, On lease |of, rental $465  a year, Full prlco $15,500, and all well decorated, Dandy for.  yoar-round living, PETER SMITH, 885-9463 ovonlngs,    ,  WEST SECHELT, ��� WOODED LOT #19-3-145'  Noar-loYol, only a mllo from Socholt, Power, wator and phono  available, Zonod R2 �� Mobile home permitted, Reasonably priced  at $8,500, C, R��� GATHERCOLE, 866-2705 ovenlngs,  TUWANEK 7 #3-158  Overlooks Lamb's Bay with easy access to sandy boach and lx.qt-  lng,.Hydro and.wator aro.to,thl��.,10,000 sq,.ft,.lot.,Tho.viow-IH-  great ��� a regular dpgwood forost surrounds.p Full prlco Is,'only  $7,500, Call BOB KENT, 885.9461.  INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY^ ~~" #20-3-i56  Largo lovol lot In tho centra, of Socholt, Zoned Industrial, heavy  power avallablo, easy truck access to highway, Has solid two-  bedroom house, full price* $53,000. For appointment call DON  HADDEN, 885-9504 evenings.  DAVIS BAY - TREED LOT WITH A-l VIEW #3-033  Dandy lot on Chapman Road, quiet'area, excellent water vlow,  SUo 75'xl31.9'. Now homo aroo, -onmJ R.|, Full nrlco $14,000,  lot mo show you tho advantogoi, PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves,  REDROOFFS WOODED LOT #3-166  Gently sloping well trood lot, southerly oxposuro. Roads aroi on  throo sldos, potential subdivision ������ 106' on Redrooffs Road and  500' In dopth, Electricity avallablo as well as slnns of water.,Full  prldo $15,000, Call PAT MURPHY, 885-9487.  WATERFRONT - DAVIS BAY I ,. ���    #3-177  Lovely 2 bedroomhomo on-60'. of boautlful-boacb.Foaturos. In-,  elude gazobo troo-houso, sauna, full basoment with 2 unfinished  bedrooms, auto, oil hooting! 4-ploco modern bathroom, charming  dining r00"-, livinq room with fireplace, utility room and land-  scapod grounds and, garago, Full prlco $60,000, Call PAT MURPHY at 086-9487.  BUSINESS ��� SECHELT VILLAGE '      #3-183  Well established shoo store on Cowrie Street, Socholt, Please call  PAT MURPHY, 885-9487.   '���'���      i    ��� ���  VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK I ' "    #3-085  Lovoly large lot,, 173'x62', Westerly outlook, gently sloped, clear-  od and ready for building. All services avallablo on request, Full  prlco $11,000, Call PAT MURPHY, 085-9487.  VIEW LOTS - SUNSHINE HEIGHTS  Two sldo-by-sldo beautiful view lots, All serviced ond flvo minutes  walk from boach and future 200 boat marina. Alto located near  now ukaflng and curling arena, Don't leave your friends behind I  Bring thom along and thoy can buy tho ono noxt to you. $13,000  and $14,000, Coll PAT MURPHY, 805-9487.  '"'lower'roiIerts'creeK" "* " ' "*���*" ~~7n-3-T9r  Qulot sldo and dood-ond road for peace and full on|oyment, Not  far to beach poccoss, Head down Motcolfo Road. Second lot from  lower Roberts Crook Road, 70' front. Nlcoly treed, You will en|oy  tho country atmosphere as woll as tho city water and services by  B,C Hydro. Call BOB KENT, 885-9461 or JACK WHITE, 886-  2935. -'        ,.-��..��,,..,..  GIBSONS RURAL JT6-3-134  A placo with troos for absolute privacy, a stream to create ponds  and clay soil for garden or crops. Regional water ond power,  Over 8 acres partly grassed. $38,000 (with terms, JACK WARN,   1.1  .  8B6-2681.  ^^^^^gJSgh��^SSgE&^^^^^S��^^S@��  SSB3  ss  _s_ -?*  about Wesfw@��i  .HAMMERING for, all they're worth from left, Bonnie Wigard, Shirley  during nail driving contest in Sechelt Apsauris, Hazel Kwasney and Doris  Timber Days loggers'  sports are,    Finley.  Section B  Wednesdoy, Moy 29, 1974  Pages 1-8  From Nootka teacher . . .  Ofi  .��  LOCAL' elementary school pupils had  an opportunity over the past two  weeks to learn something of the Nootka  Indian culture from a provincial museum  representative who actually lived in a  Nootka longhouse in hex youtti.  ���Emma Hunt has. been, teaching, Indian.  culture on Vancouver Island for three  years on behalf of the museum.  So well received were her talks and  demonstrations that the  museum commissioned Mrs. Hunt to pass on some  of her native Nootka heritage to school- j>,  children on the coast.  '1 talk to the kids as a grandmother,"  said Mrs, Hunt, who, in reality, has 32  of her own.  In addition to showing children genuine Nootka artifacts, Mrs. Hunt brings  her background to life for the, youngsters dn a dramatization of George Clute-  si's book, Son of Raven, Son of Deer.  Two important Indian symbols featured in the book, the raven and the eagle,  are represented by intricately carved  masks which are worn by students in  the skits.   Dolls, Vclothed in the way of the old  Indians, from what nature could provide," are also an integral part of Mrs,  Hunt's presentation, j  These articles, and a selection of .traditional Nookta "village hats", are carried from school to school in two bulky  ' aluminum cases.  Normally, Mrs, Hunt teaches grade  4 and 5 elementary pupils, but she ajso'  speaks to groups of high school students.  Her most challenging audience was a  group of her own people In Gold River.  "I was sort ofleary 'to talk to them,  bijit they enjoyed it," she said.    7  Mrs. Hunt Is of Nootka andNimp-  Jclsh stock ond Jived, for a time, in a  longhouse at Port Rupert,  "I talk about moy life and what I used  W seo as a child," oho said. "When the  kids get 'involved (in the dramatizations),  our history comes alive for them."  Elementary school superintendent  George Cooper sat in a number of times  on Mrs. Hunts' presentations (in local  schools.  'The children just loved it," he said,  "especially when they acted out the parts.  Role playing serves quite a purpose."  He said he would like to see Mrs.  Hunt return to this school district.  "She's a natural story teller," added  Cooper.  Another part of Mrs. Hunt's duties  involves guiding groups of youngsters  around the Indian section of the provincial museum in Victoria.  Tony Hunt, resident Indian carver at  the museum, is her grand nephew.  Mrs. Hunt's introduction to teaching  was an accidental one.   '  Three years ago, she was a cook at an  orphanage in Victoria. Mrs. Hunt's neice  was then employed by the museum in  her present capacity.  "She got sick and I took over," Mrs.  Hunt recalled.  Invites applications from Supervisors eligible for registration with  the Community Care Facilities Licensing Board. Our children (numbering twenty) are from three to six years of age and come to. the  center in Davis Bay from homes between Gibsons and Halfmoon Bay.  PLEASE APPLY TO MARGARET PEARSON  at 885-2721 (between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.)  or Box 42, Sechelt, B.C.  Dave Thomson is in the subdivision business and  he's seen the work of a lot of builders.  So when it came to building, their own home;  the Thomsons didn't hesitate to choose Westwood!  It was a wise choice. Because, at Westwood,  we use only the finest, kiln-dried materials and  the latest technology to tuild quality homes at  a reasonable price.  What's more, we can help you every step of the  way���from initial design right through to arranging  financing.  So, when you're thinking of a new home, take  a tip from the Thomsons.  Shop around.  Then talk to your  Westwood dealer.  fm-wuiw  !OT1  i  b&i BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD,  ��  )     ___3_Jvi-J��  BOX 24, GARDEN BAY, B.C.   6   PH. 883-2671  loorcoi/ennad  LTD.       a  Gibsons    O    886-7112  '���jc" Llnolouma -ft Dropoa  r-s_;_i.,.'..!_'."Li '._���'���'.���,;., ..', ,', :,;ii;iir.,:���;i.::;:.::.,s_  9 am, to 6 p.m, Tuos, - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPiN FRIDAY NiGHTJI.01'9  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  locatod In tho now of fleas ot Trail Bay Design  at tho traffic light  O  Phono 08G-2713 /  __amymwmmmammaTmm*mmammmWum\am\ni^9ia^  \X%t\mT\mW^SLm\  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  - ��� , ��� -    ,      ������JohS. Atkins  Richard T. Proctor, , Managing Editor  uixiuuuujuijijuuu_Myui��uMUUiiia'u��iirintiiiTnnriiinnnfir-inirriirr'irr'irr-ir'i ��� __-_-.  reg�� B-2  Tho Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 29, 1974  ���   .    .._  -  <                 t                                           r  SECHELT Timber Days number two is  now history. The a. community is  building a fine reputation for itself as  a fun place to be over Victoria Day  weekend.  This reputation, of course, didn't  just happen - it took the hard work and  planning of Morgan Thompson and his  recreation commission and of all the  groups, organizations, individuals and  businesses who "put in time and effort  to make the event a success.  The parade was better, {organized  this year as were the logging activities  could be held. Saturday night as usual  but that's enough.  And there is one other thing. Margaret Mclntyre of Sechelt writes in "with  an excellent suggestion. Instead of a  "three-day beer*guzzle" (actually it was  two days) said Miss Mclntyre, why hot  use a little class.  "What is the matter with turning a  large part of Hackett Park into a replica  of a German 'biergarten' complete with  live music and dancing, pretty waitresses  in frilly skirts and so on."  What's ithe matter indeed with~the  idea? We think it's an excellent one and  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,- and not necessarily those of The Times,  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, ,but all originals must be signed by the wri  Senior citizens didn't  know they were snapped  A  writer.  the public should be warned.  This is probably a provinde-wide  operation and maybe it operates in other  provinces too. If this is the case it must  be a highly lucrative business and one  which should perhaps be investigated.  GIBSONS BUSINESSMAN  and other events such as the tug of war . one ^ deseryes deep oaoAkattaa by  ana war ot noses. ^ ^joj^xqq ^d group that sponsors  the event. "  Hopefully the liquor act will have  eased somewhat by then to permit the  enjoyment of a beer drinking in a decent  atmosphere.   : - . - -'  This should not be considered a  criticism of the Lions Club, sponsors of  the beer garden, whose members put in  long hours preparing the site. Consider ing. that they had to work within the  framework of the Liquor Control Board  regulations, they did: marvelously- well.  After all, its the LCB which sets policy  and enforcement.  Miss Mclntyre's point is well taken  nevertheless and with proper representations the act can be eased to allow  civilized drinking. After all, didn't Premier Dave Barrett himself return from  Europe with enlightened views on drink-  As usual there were some disappointments but it's to be expected disappoint-  program will not run 100 per cent perfectly. ,-  Perhaps next tyear the committee  should considering holding Timber Days  as a two-day event instead of spreading  it out over three days as it has been in  the past-  Sunday and Monday are enough time  to enjoy all the activities. The dances  Councils,-boards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal councils hold  public meetings at the following times    ing? Incidentally, Mr. Premier, what ever  and places.  o 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, last Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m.  Members of the public may attend  any of these meetings but generally must  obtain prior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  M����tllMMMUMI��M��l��MWI��MMMMMMMWMyWMMMMW��WMUMWM��IMMM  THfi PeNINSULaT^��*  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast   .   ,  by.(  Powell River News Town Oner  Sechelt Times Ltd.   -  Box 310 - Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt 885-9654 or 885-2635    ,  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A.; $10. Overseas $11.  Serving the area from Port ''Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  ^WWWtltWIWWfWMMWWMWltWWWWWWWVWWWWMltWUWWWMWWVWOaj  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swat}, eto.  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Our membership "asked- that I  convey, their heartfelt thanks to you for  the coverage of our tea on May 11.  You have always been most, kind in      ���   prmting the info^tion sent in by our     ��rtfc]e   questioned  publicity convener, Mr. Foxall. ��   *  .The pictures used to ,show our tables  at the tea were very well "done and  taken in such a way that no one knew  jfchey were being photographed; We were  so surprised and pleased with' the results.  Thanking yeu again.  Mrs. E. G. Derby,  Secretary, Branch 69,  Senior Citizens Association of B.C.  Mini bus support urged  Editor, The Times   -7     '" ':  7   7   >  Sir: I would like, to make one more/  appeal to those individuals and organizations -who have .supported our mini bus '  drive- in   such  a  mftgnificant   fashion.  Would ybu please give me all the letters '  of support you can. 7  A Write to me. or'write letters'to the ed-  itor of your local paper, giving your rea-'  sons for supporting our drive. Organiza- ���  tions could outline .the various .ways this.  bus can be utilized.     ���   < ' ������,, '  We now come to the,time to, approach"  the provincial government for support for  funds to operate/ our bus.  The  tremendous support  that the.  people of the Sunshine Coast have given  this drive is. the most graphic proof of  the. need for this vehicle .  '* The committee and myself offer our  most sincere' thanks .for .your support.  Please take a;minute and write' a letter  to Transportation Fund,* Box 652, Sechelt ;VON'3A0r -.,. -';-;-,     - - '  1 - -f-JOHN W. LEWIS  Sechelt,' Transportation chairman  BtakeC; Aldoreea D.C.  t       CHIROPRACTOR  Port Offlco Building Sechelt   .  ,  ,     Phocra 885-2333  , Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m.'- 5:15 p.m. >     10 o.ra. - 2:30 p.ra.  became of those suggestions you made  pertaining to sidewalk cafes?  Our correspondent was critical of  the portable toilets but what can a group  do when the public facilities are vandalized a few days previous to Timber  Days. The toilets were wrecked beyond  use and necessary comfort stations were  required. The public facilities will just  -have to be made of steel and hope for  the best.  Anyway, this is intended as a well-  done to all concerned and we're looking  forward to, next year.  W/iy don'i they?  TO ADD to the list (or remove items)  call The Times at 885-9654, 885-  2635, 886-2121 or write Box 310, Sechelt.  WHY DONT THEY? ���  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway 101? -  -Realize that driving 30 m.p.h. in  Sechelt Timber Days  three day beer guzzle  Editor, The Times:   _    V '  Sir���Now thattheregulation May Day  ceremonies have been'exchanged for a  three-day beer guzzle, would, it be asking  too "much of .the promoters of same that  they at least do it with class? .  What is the "matter with turning a, -  large part of Hackett Park into a replica  of a German Biergarten, complete with  live music and dancing, pretty waitresses  in frilly skirts and so on?  This would not only be ornamental  but a real ���tourist attraction and a great  improvement on what was produced this  ast "weekend: a ramshackle enclosure  built of plywood boards, behind which the  consumption of beer went on it awful  -'secrecy.  Not one of the least eyershocking  sights was *the row of portable toilets  standing outside in regimental formation  md looking like, a lot of inverted ice  :ream cones.  Come on, Sechelt! If you are aiming  it progress, you can do better than that.  (Miss) Margaret Mclntyre  Sechelt  Drug booklet not  distributed freely  Editor's Note: The following letter was  addressed to the Better Business Bureau,  Vancouver, and the author gave a copy to  The Peninsula Times for publication.  Dear Sirs: I would like to bring up  your attention a matter which would appear to be a case of misleading advertis--  ing or misrepresentation.  Last January, forty, businesses on the  Sunshine Coast from Port Mellon to Pender Harbour were solicited over the telephone to place an advertisement in a book  to be cailecV Drug Facts for-Youth.-They-  were told that the book would be distributed free to the schools in the area and  Editor, The Times  1 Sir: What point is The Peninsula Times  and/or Joan Proctor trying to make in the'  % page of pictures and real estate description  under  Home  Browsing  in the  May 22 edition?  The point of this wasted space completely escapes1 me. If it makes sense to.  other readers then I am a minority and  can be ignored. ' . '.'  If there i some hidden achievement involved, why not apprise the reader?  -.' I can see the achievement in the two-'  bedroom log house built practically one-  handed by a neighbor of mine���I can see  the achievement another friend is producing with her own ideas and hands and ���  the help of one carpenter'to transform  the interior of a fiddling run-down cottage into an airy soothing Spanish decor.  Please reveal the value of your article  on the Gordon Hall home. ���    ,  If by chance you have space" and are  not sure how best to fill it,,why not ask  your readers  what they would like to  see in print and picture?  RR 2,-Gibsons JEAN SHERIDAN  Editor's Note: The article referred to  is in answer to requests for descriptions  of honjes and gracious living on the Sunshine Coast. The Times is always open to  suggestions from its readers, on what  they would like to see published. Reader  Sheridan has' made worthwhile suggestions.  Mayor not in parade  Editor, The -Times  Sir: In the past years of Sechelt May  Day .(now Timber Days) we always had     j  lour village mayor and his lady ride in  the  parade.  What happened this year?  .Was he too busy doing the work that the  committee should have been doing?  ���  We are a small community but surely  not too small to remember in a place of  honor the one that does our elective work.  I am sure this was an oversight but a  very bad one. I do think you owe an apology to the mayor and his lady as well  for failing in your duty.  Why not a public apology in the local  media.  Sechelt Mrs. Y. KENT  THE PATH OF TOTAL AWARENESS  PRESENTS  A SEMINAR FEATURING  sm BMwm Gross  THE LIVING ECK MASTER  JUNE 8, 9  Mcpherson playhouse  VICTORIA, B.C.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 383-7523 IN VICTORIA  'p-JK.^^^^  TS  CENTRE FROM  _  I  I,  I  Award Winning  Stylist  I  a 50 m.p.h. zone is dangerous? Also,   that the advertising would take care of  driving 50 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone   production and distribution  is dangerous.  ���Fill in the potholes on Teredo  Street? '    ,  ���Prohibit smoking in food stores?  ffll^gBaHIMMtHHigtMBH^  y&(uatitu  (ISuiiderS  RECENTLY MOVED TO THE COAST FROM VANCOUVER  AND RICHMOND.  886-9698  toHMMMMWMU���  BB  n  \mmm\  mm^maWmmt%mmmmmmWlm]  2S2  I  $E(MT  .-��'���!*! Jltti'^.^'PSStohWjSAt  I  (Invontmont - Savings - ClioquoKng)  I NTEREST ON Ml NIMUM MONTHLY BALANCES OF $500.00  OR MORE AT 83/*% PER ANNUM. CALCULATED AND PAID  SEMI-ANNUALLY (JUNE 30 AND DECEMBER 31).  EFFECTIVE FROM JUNE 1, 1974.  CASH  DEPOSITS  AND  WITHDRAWALS  ANY  TIME,  AMOUNT���-NO CHARGES.  ANY  CHEQUEING PRIVILEGES. NOMINAL SERVICE CHARGE. PAY  YOUR BILLSBXCHEQUE^YOUKCANCELLEDCHEQUESPROr,  VIDE RECEIPTS. PERSONALIZED CHEQUES ~ NO EXTRA  CHARGE. STATEMENTS AND CANCELLED CHEQUES RETURNED TO YOU MONTHLY,  USE FOR REGULAR SAVINGS. BUILD LARGER BALANCES FOR  MAXIMUM EARNINGS; BALANCES OVER $500 EARN INTEREST. COMPLETE FLEXIBILITY.  ASK US ABOUT SHORT OR LONG-TERM DEPOSITS. SPECIAL  RATfeS ��� DEPENDING ON TERM AND AMOUNT,  The price of the insertions seemed to  vary between $32.50 and"$17.50, depending on the reaction of the person contacted. If he said he thought $32.50 was too  much, the price was adjusted down until  acceptable. All but two of the spaces  were approximately the same size, being ,  iy_x2y_". The two larger ones 2V_"x2%"  were the same price as the smaller ones.  Five of the advertisements appeared  without being authorized by the advertiser but these people were not billed. The  rest of the people were and seven of  them paid on receipt of the invoice which  came within a week of the telephone conversation. I was told that I would be  given 60 days because, at the time, I was  not Jn a position to pay immediately. I  was one who was to be charged $32.50.  It was during this CO-day period of  grace that I began to think about the  way this transaction took place and when  I received my sample book I began to  ask a few questions. Not one of the  schools up the coast received any of the  books, so I write a letter to the publishers and asked where in fact they had  been distributed. I was given a list of  six places, three In Gibsons and three in  Sechelt. None so far as I can ascertain,  were distributed in Pender Harbour  where 25 per cent of the advertising came  from. Every centre I checked had in fact  received about 10 copies each; making a  total of CO, plus ,one sent to each advertiser, or 100 In all. 'f  X contacted nil tho advertisers and'suggested they withhold payment until more  information could bo obtained, aa things  did not seem to bo exactly na promised,  Thoy a|l agreed and some of them havo  received statements, but still havo, not  paid. , ���������,'.'���  .���., ..Since,JanuaryllhavQ,boon approached  on" two occasions to place advcrtlscmenta  in other publications put out by the' same  people, ono called Children's Traffic  Safety Book and the other, the name of  which I do not recall, to bo distributed  to shut-In children, freo of charge,  Tlio books referred to aro published  by a firm in Edmonton, Alborta, known  aa L,V,L. Publications, Box 5184, Edmon-'  ton nnd I was told, there is now on office  in Victoria. The reply I received from  them came from A, J, C, Publications,  15104 Stony Plain Itoad, Edmonton.  ' Ono of tho things I object to most  strongly Jn thin whole affair la that all  these boolcs aro supposedly fop tho benefit  of children and are solicited on these  grounds and an far na I nm concerned it  Is tho children,oa,well oa tho advertisers  who. arc...bclng^takcn ,,ndyantgo���of,;.ThQ  fact that tho transaction wna done over  tho telephone la alao a aoro point with  mo because It Booms that tho whole Idea  la to force a luiaty decision, ono which  you would probably not mako If mora  time had b**n given to think nbout it*  ��  ..,,. If ewryone had pal ii $32.50, the total  would havo been $1300 and oven if half  paid tho full amount and halt pnld $10,25,  tho total would atlll bo $075. quite a sum  of money for 100 bookfl,f,40 ot which went  to tho people advertising. To mo this  could hardly bo considered a fair return  on tho Investment and nomohow or othor Nit  ^��� ���_. *v  ���f  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday, Moy 29, 1974  Teachers' group elects  F. Fuller president  FRANK Fuller  has been elected  new  president of the Sechelt Teachers' Association.  He succeeds Norm Sallis to the top  STA position.  Other officers for the coming year  are as follows: .-  ,Vice president, Bill Forst; treasurer,   /  Bjorn Bjornson; secretary, David Smet-  hurst; agreements chairman, Brian Stelck.  Representatives on the executive from  each school will be elected in September.  The new officers take up their duties  inS|irM.y.\  --*i\        ���    Scrabble, Spill and Spell, Score Four,  Lexicon, Numbers Up, and many other  indoor games to help forget the rainy  days. Miss Bee's - Sechelt.  ^^^S^m^SS^SiSS^S/iiSSW^f^m  Sm&Smammm*  SMfSi  WMIM.  ^-i^mm^w^  SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL CHEMIST  883-2227'  Pender Harbour Centre  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  Sechelt News Notes  THE arrival of a small bundle to our Mrs.   Alex  Drummond accompanied  by  home has made everyone happy, ex- friends Mr. and Mrs. Cameron MacNaugh-  cept a few of the animals who don't seem ton all from Brampton, Ont. to see dau-  to realize this six-week old German shep- ghter Lbrrie and Bill Bryson and family,  herd puppy is. to be their great protect- Mother's Day favors and a party were  or- Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary's_gift to the pat-  They scornfully, bravely, barely move ients in  St. Mary's.  Entertainment was  when he playfully lunges at them. Such provided by pianist Mary Redman and a  disrespect will disappear when he scares special for Mother's day pupils of Mrs.  away his first eagle or predator looking Mary Brooke, delighted the patients in  for a duck or chicken dinner. the extended care lounge. They were Kari  Harry Robertson, Selma Park, and his Nielsen on the piano, Earl' Antilla, piano  brother,  F. S. Robertson, from Youbou solo and Lance Parish, guitarist,  took in the world's fair in Spokane. Con- a*..*-           j   * ���_           j  trary to reports they found the prices .    A fantastic spread of homemade good-  fair,  and the fair priceless,  thoroughly ^ ^d a punch were refreshments pro-  enjoying the exhibits. vide? ^ the Members. Ladies who help-  Parents of Veronica Place, George and |d at theJ^Hy W��re' ja^dent M��. Sue  Emily Verrall of Seven Oaks Kent! Eng- ^ave�� **�������� c���*> Nora McDonald,  land,  enjoyed a visit with Wayne  and ^hce Y���1^ ^ ^0rd' ��Uve C��myn'  Veronica on their return from a holiday Irene Mercer> Jean Mercer,  in Australia, and a visit to their son in The favors which are on all the trays  Richmond. ,                                       , s    . at~ mealtime were a simple dogwood flo-.  Visitors to- Wilson Creek are Mr. and wer with lace background most effective.  TEAM of Andre Martel, left, and Leo  Jager, centre, took first place honors  in hand bucking contest during Sec-       helt loggers' sports May 20. Handing  ���by Peggy Coanor    over trophies is mayor Harold Nelson.  *��  i  NOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 �� 885-2528  885-2151 evenings  Keep those promises you've made to yourself -  with the help of these Royal savings services.  Saving money for the important things has never been easy. And today ��� well, if you're  like,most of us, you need all the help you can get. One answer is Royal's Bonus Savings  Account. It pays a healthy 8 3/4% retroactive to May 1st ��� calculated on your minimum  monthly balance, too, so your money grows even faster. And because there are no  cheques, what goes in, stays in. (That makes it really hard not to save.)  To help you get set up for your savings plan, there's our new Royal Certified Service ���  a complete package of all the daily banking services for  just $3 a month.  One of these services is Royal's "Pay-yourself" Cheques.  They make it easy for you to transfer funds  into your Bonus Savings Account. You can  do this either in person, by mail or automatically at any interval you like ���  at no charge.  One way or another, we're going to make it .  easier for you to keep those promises you've  made to yourself. Come on in and  talk it over.  Community Corner  ARTEX DISPLAY:  JUNE 1, 11-4, St. Hilda's Church  ' Hall ��� free admission  Door Prizes & raffles.  '    &���&'     <^*atimmm<mm^  ROYAL BAN K  serving British Columbia  HERB MITCHELL, Monager  S@cheltf 885-2201  ^T^k*;.  :-.-v. "/   /  a^f^^k^s'^^eftfi^1 .^i^O  mamtW^^-mmmmX^mmm^:^ \ "   "      ^= 7 'jt \  ^i%^:iStiiSS)iS^^Sis^^^^^l#^3^^^S^  ^��^_^:,,ia^r^ri.g^:^^^  Tender ��� Young ��� Frozen  Grade "A" 6 to 10 lbs   ���..��� lb.  H_ i nyiijip mm mi ii f ui iii i ijiiuii ���iwM^ll^M^iaj|uy^ja" \jfl&  ^���aS^SS^^Sj^sS^  agsssasg  j;'.5ffi_>rua>^3S'JSe��:����sn^_^^^  Fully Cooked  Part Skinned  lb.  fmxsammmfaammmaaHaWBS  mm  m  WWiMBffift  aamaaamafmamaaKCBScammastaS  ISS^^EBsS__t^BB��S  s___ss  SSS  Alberta  Lean ����� Frc^h, ;..'���. lb.  ic  !_M_gf,gBSBM  m  8qg  !  iarniecige Means -zz  Tablorito '���.. 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'  ���.M.^.^.rm. : ^.2.29  1                    '              i                                           '  SKIM MILK POWDER {j*.     s,lb. 1.99  1                                                      *  J  Liquid Detergent  IGA Gontlo Mild  32-ox.   bottlo  ....   ^szaaa  SifafafeS  i  Royal (3ii��t  10-ox, Jar ...  1  23  SB  Orange Crystals  IGA.Tangy Rofroih-  Ing. "Kg. or ���> .....!...,  sasm  !  Paper Towels  IGA Soft, Absorbent  2-roll packago  Tea Bags  Nabob ������ Orange Pckoo  Packago of 125   ���'���Pender Harbour Centre  Anniversary Sale Savings  Your Pondor Harbour IGA ��toro U ono year old. To cclobrato thU  occasion wo hayo arrangod for an 6nnlvoriary lalo, offorlng you  outstanding savings on you weekly shopping. It's our way of saying  "Thank You" for your support.  STORE HOURS: 9t30 A.M. TO 6s00 P.M., MONDAY - SATURDAY  FRIDAY TILL 9i00 P.M.  Prices effective Wednesday to Saturday. Baptist Church Colonists . . .  WBSONS���Committee members of Calvary Baptist and Bethel Baptist Pioneer Girls Clubs hosted a combined mother  and daughter banquet recently for the  Colonists. Speaker for the occasion was  Henrietta Gray of'Selnia Park.   ���  The lower auditorium of Calvary Baptist Church was decorated with white and  green streamers and baskets of spring flowers. Some 40 Colonists, mothers, guides,  committee members and special - guests  sat down to dinner.  Arlys Peters gave the welcome speech  and Marjorie Morgan asked the blessing.  Cdlonist Charlotte Bandi proposed a toast  to the mothers, and June Bandi responded  with a toast to the daughters.  At the close of the dinner and before  retiring to the church sanctuary for the  program, Darlene McQueen read an article entitled What is a Girl?  Colonists  Cathy Anderson, Angela Hilstad and Wanda Erickson presented a humorous skit  entitled Has the Train Gone?  During the program hour,-the girls entertained the mothers with several songs.  Chief Colonist guide Judy Peters reported on the year's activities of the Bethel Baptist club, and then, assisted by  guide Jennie Markwart, presented Colonists Gabrielle Schoepflin, Patty Bilous,  Charlotte Bandi and Sharqn Markwart  with the Bible Truth badge.  This group, though only recently organized, had accomplished much in the  way of Bible achievement and handcraft.  Joan Rigby, Chief Colonist guide for  the Calvary Baptist club, gave a resume  of the club's activities, as well as a character sketch, humorous or otherwise, of  each of her Colonists.  She   then   presented   the   following  ranks and badges: Cathy Anderson, horseman rider badge; Loretta Harrison, Trail-  ' blazer rank; Linda Hanson, needle arts,  household care, and babysitting badges;  Wanda Erickson, music;.babysitting, advanced food arts, hiker, all Canadian, My  Church, bible truth badges.    - -  Charlene. Danroth, horseman groom,  babysitting and animal care badges;  Louise Wilson,' naturecraft, activity plan-  1 ning badges; Lisa Dew, needle arts, personal development,- babysitting badges;  Angela Hilstad, activity planning' and  bible truth badges, '  Barbara Lyttle, food arts, activity planning badges and trailblazer rank; Glenda  Holland, animal care badge and trailblazer rank.  Mrs. Gray was" enthusiastically received and held the attention of the group  as she spoke from her own personal experiences in life. One Colonist was heard  to say: "Mrs. Gray is much older than  we, but she sure knows how to talk our  language!"  This delightful evening was closed  with prayer by Jennie Markwart and  then, with everyone joining hands, Goodnight, My God is Watching O'erYou was  sung.  Association slates book     ,  and plant sale June 1  GIBSONS ' ��� Peninsula Association for  Childiren  wtith' Learning  Disabilities ,  . plans tojhold a plant and book sale June",  1 at Sunnycrest Plaza.  Proceeds will go towards the purchase of a typewriter for children .with  learning problems.   v  The, association is looking-for donations of. books and indoor or outdoor  plants for the sale.  _, For'further information, contact Doreen Gust at 886-9861 or Mrs. E. Reid, 886-  2581.  wumtmmmmammmmmmiA  ' i��  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times .        Wednesday, May 29, 1974  Bi?!i_C._t_W^te^  [��cycling  i .>  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs  witfmmtMimmmtmtmmmttA  s  s  B  iii nm ��� iiiiiinnmnnimiiiiiwimninmiiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiioimiimitMiiiMiiiiimMuii  / p  * Put your message into mora  than 3,894 homes (15,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference ....  anytime I  inmiinnmniMuuiiiMiiuiniiiinmii ������������������������������������������������������iiuiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinpmauiMuiiuuni  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTIRED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR:  885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 086-2069  ROSEJ 8. ART ENTERPRISES  __��__    ������  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic' Products  Pmo Read & Grandvlow Avenue    "~ -  P.O. Bex 62, Gibsons, D.C.  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  "    AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Buildoro  ond Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735.-��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning- Service        '  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phona 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phono 886-2201  . Pondor Branch  ��� Phono 883-2711  -      Box 153, Madeira Park  '' ! .HOURS:'.       ,'���'���:" f.'  Sechelt; Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m, to 3 p.m.  Trl. IO o.m, to d p.m., Sat, 10 ,a.m, to 3 p.m.  Gibsons A Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BUSTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  or ��13-9972  TED'S BURSTING & CONTRACTING  7ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Daiomonts ��� Driveway* - Septic Tanks      '  Stumps - Ditch Linos  Call for a froo ostlmato anytime.  TED DONELY     ,   Poridor Harbour 803-2734  mmaammamammwaaammammmammmmmmaummamaaamamamaamm  r��%\L\\\Skm\KS~*~~~~^^  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  Air Work Guaranteed  Phone 805-2622  Box 73, Secholt, D,C,  WIKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHOHI VRRN, n03-2323 or ��86.2)44  uMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiiiunuuiMMMimiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiuMuii  * .Here's on economical way to  reach 3,894 homes (15,000  readers).every-week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime!  CARPETS  LEON'S CARPET  "r INSTALLATIONS "~   Repairs,  New Carpet Soles ond  Installation.  Service Guaranteed.  Corner of Pratt Rd, and Rosmund  Gibsons Ph,  086-9093  KITCHENS BEAUTIFUL  LAWRENCE  Home Improvement Servico  Cabinets / Countortopi  now or ronoyotlons  pox 342, Gibsons Eve*. 006-7495  BUILDING  SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Construction  Panelling - Doors - Mouldings  Glues ���  Insulation  Hwy. 101    ���    Gibsons    ���    886-9221  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DOUBLE R TRUCKING        LTD..,  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL -  FILL  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  Quality Builders  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM BUILT HOUSES  886-9698  HARBOUR.CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pondor Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  Wo now  havo 2 concrete mixer  trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1   Madoira Park  Phono 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck,- Backhoo - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation ���  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES 7 7  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MlX CONCRETE  Sand artd Gravel ��� Backhoe  Ditchlna - Excavations  PORPOISB BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Socholt/ B.C.  MORRIS'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios,- Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Froo  Estimates Phono  885-9413  Land Clearing - Road Building    ,  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  Telephone 883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing ��� Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill -Rood Gravsl - Crushed Rock  Phone Seehelt 885-9590  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ��� Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Rood Pudding ���* Gravel ��. Fill  886-2830  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating  or spring  cleaning  call   us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $175 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  MACHINE .SHOPS (Cont.)  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery 8t Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical  Contractor  R.R.  1,, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phene 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR   ,  Ph. 885-9978  .   ���7���   ��� ^     '  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  fuel,-; -   ��� :��������� ��� - '7..: ���-,,', :,   ;'  rnie widman  for all your  ��� SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madoira Park/ B.C.  ��  _'��� .'    7' 7;  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, sales manager  p,,rw���.��w   ��� m a. ��� il 1 ��� am nn. i  HAIRDRESSERS  u  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madslra Pork Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  ' Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  .    24 HOUR SERVICE-  Sechelt ���  885-2523 days ���  885-2108 eves.  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLA.SSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE      J      -  Complete Marine Accessories ���'Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers.  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512   /  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019    /   MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  ��   Complete Maintenance  O  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24-Hr  Bex 920, Sechelt    Sorvico     Tel. 885-2712  MACHINE SHOPS  G, W. GROGNin*  CONTRACTING  Septic Tanks �� Excavating  Leveling & Landscaping  Phone Jerry, 885.2600  At lh�� Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S"MXCHTNE' shoF  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mochlne Shop . Arc ond Acetyllne Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Way*  Automotive ond Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Ph����e 886.7721      R��t, 886.9996; 886*9126  MOTORCYCLES   HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4-stroke, dirt ond street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOVING  &  STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Matorlols for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, RR. 1  Gibson*  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Lancjscaplng - Shrubs . Fruit Trees . Fertilizer  <     Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss.  Fully Llcon��td Pesticide Spraying for  Londscaplng ond Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST      '  FRANK. E,.DECKER, k OPTOMETRIST,  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt-Mondays-885-9712   ,  ��� ;���-��� 17 7'i,,  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  A B C'""  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR 8, EXTERIOR  DRUSH - SPRAY OR ROLL  Call; 886-2512  CALVIN'S PAINTING 8.  DECORATING  P.O, Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  ��� ��� ��� ������ ��� Phone '885-2107���; ������   I���"��� - "'���"���-��� ���������������������.����������������� u. ��� mmmm,~amm;.��� ,. ��� .,���',.���..i.........���1^���  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Sechelt  ���8jj.27S4~**~-^"----^ EventnQSf fi85vty3fi  ���,, *���"���������?'���'������"�������������� mmmtmmamaaaaaMmmammammaam^  Wi>p��i���w.WW��  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Perk, B.C.  883-2670  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing - Heating - Installations  Renovations - Sewer Hook-ups '  All work guaranteed 1 year -Prices on request  886-7638 -��� Certified Plumber   Box 165,GrBSpNS    ���,   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 Servico ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Dp-It-Yoursolfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  & APPLIANCE  SERVICE  '���Used oppliahces for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  '   TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  ' RENTALS and SALES ,  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllors - Generators - Pumps -  .,'..,������,, Earth Tampors  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  ,    Domestic & Industrial Equipment  ,, .Jrom Rug,ShampooQrs taXlghtlng.,  Plants,  R.R.  1, Davit Pay, 085-2840  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  .DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons  886-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  Q  Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Seehelt Phone 885-9873  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 085-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes -Shingles -_Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Seehelt Phone 885-9091  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  ���   Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/085-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  Nerth Road, Gibsons  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters ��������������� Lighting Plant* - Tulevlilonr  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers . Lawn Rokes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2848 ���- 24 HOUR SERVICE  SEWING MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  .  '  ���|~, _  SIGN PAINTING   AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 085-2606  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy &* Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. 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S  + i.��X:z uv*.?  i*^**  *s  Wednesday, May 29, 1974       The Peninsula Times  Pago 0-9  >   *���*���  ,V  1 ).  ftC'  ��;  *���'*  / t*  - "j  *        V�� "if  ^  >��  *���-  .\*  a. ^/ a  S."atf2*"       *        a. *  I       1  (7  >��'�����_-   ���  Teens &  Bros    #,  Terry Cloth  Apron  ��sa  K  ,y  each    icunners  Boys - Girts - Ladies  r*Jff   i  #-   ti n_M -.  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Something to y  the effect of: "Heaven is a great place but  no one wants to go there". But I haven't     Arts  Council  found too many people who do not want  to go to heaven. However, there are a lot    new  Sldte  who are giving it much thought, and if    ctt^x������ ��..���*  you are in this category, I urge you to    SUNSHINE Coast  think seriously about Heaven. r l1�� ^,al meetmS  The Bible does not describe heaven * ureeK ilaU  with too much detail but a portion of the New directors will be elected for the  picture painted for us is as follows: "God ! coming year, and anyone1 interested is  , will wipe away every tear from their eyes,    urged, to attend,  and death shall be no more, neither shall Nominations for the position of direc-  there be mourning nor crying nor pain    tor should be made to Mrs. Crowther at  any more." 885-2080.  If you are honest with yourself, I am -ifoe meeting starts at 8 pjn.  certain you want to be there when the  roll is called up yonder. Well, how do we  get there, and who will make it there?  Firstly, it is not a wait-and-see situation,  and secondly, heaven is not reserved for  a select few���the cream of the crop so  to speak.  ��� Heaven will be the eternal home of  the redeemed. And the redeemed are those  who have received forgiveness of sins by  placing faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. And once you have  done this you will know for a certainty  that when you die you will go immedi-  Cassette C60 Topies 3. J  Hose Nozzles  Gun type  60 Watt and 100 Watt, ��� 4 PACKAGES FOR  .each  1 Children's Hod & Heel Seta...  I Trout Nets,  each.  i  i  i  i  i  i  mMMMFIMIlMimiMMMimiiMI/MmifgWifgillMMMHimflUIft.  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Iliiiiiiil7,7i  1 I'","!,''!!,1!,1!"!1, i'i'i l'",,    il'lj  ^liil'i'ii'iirt,!*!!;!1  i nl11 "A I'I1'I'I'i 111 I'i I',1,' Li' I'i'''Hi, I  iNiil'I'lll'ililipii'fl'li'llHill 71  The working man. The salt of tho earth���with a thirst to match.  Ho'd tackle a ditch or a Douglas Fir, a ahlft In the mill or a shaft  In the mine rr.and ��glass or three of Old Style-beer when the  whistle blew. W�� brewed Old Stylo for hardworking guys llko  him way-back~when,,Slow, natural and full of old-time flavour.  And that's the way It still tastes today. The thirst-quenching  beer for hardworking guys. Llko you. '   ���'  UI i S\M11 SLOW-DIICWED AI*D NATURALLY AQRD. Mt'k\  Ah.  J*   -mm**  ������'���"'..���   ���     (3��'vVi__Ri('*k'.'lM,',':_���v; '1  .W-.;:*ytf*>.   4?        X-f!L   ���  &$&��  7fj*m4��mm,&&:!~^^Zy*Z3*l ^l��  *5^_,.  �����*- Sifc'i:  :�� ���'���  ^   A    %ftWM8frl!lH&'^i    ^fr7~3^������____!!?*���*  Wins three events . . .  SEOHELT���For the second year in succession, Ken Nelson of Powell River  won the title Logger of the Day during -  Sechelt   Timber   Days'   loggers'   sports  May 20.  He took first place in three of the five  classes open to him and came second in  a fourth.  Judging by the home towns of other  prizewinners, the logging events are be-  ginning to attract contestants from  throughout the lower mainland and Vancouver Island.  Full results from the May 20 logging  events are' as follows:  Standing block - 1, Ken Nelson, Powell  River, 52.6 sees; 2, John Baillie, Sechelt,  1 min. 9.5 sees; ,3, Ron Brackett, Halfmoon Bay, 1 min. 16.8 sees.  Men's hand bucking -��� 1, Leo Jager  and Andre MarteU, Sechelt, 43 sees; Ken  Nelson, Powell River and Rick Lockwood,  Sechelt, 45.4 sees.  Ladies' nail driving - 1, Marie De-  Fouw, North Vancouver, 2 sees; 2, Lynne  Allen, Sechelt, 2.1 sees; 3, Edna Naylor,  Roberts Greek, 4.6 sees.  Power saw bucking - 1, Ken Nelson,  Powell River, 47.2 sees; 2, Brad Lance,  Port Alberni, 51.2 sees; 3, Spencer Wig-  ' ard, Davis Bay, 59.4 sees.  Axe throwing - 1, Ken Nelson, Powell  River;  2,  Spencer Wigard,  Davis Bay;  3, Rick McCartie, Maple Ridge.  T^ee climbing - 1, Ernie Fallis, Gibsons, 52.2 sees; Robin Rancier, Madeira-  Park, 59.6 sees; 3, Mel Housley, Davis  Bay, 1 min. 2.5 sees.  Best boy athlete - Ron Gibson.  Best girl athlete - Joanne Sigouin.  DUE to the inclement weather last week,  "no men's fastball games were played  since the previous weekend at Brothers  Park, Gibsons, where the Pen. Hotel hosted the long weekend tourney. - '  Teams,from' Texada Island, St. Alice  Hotel, Powell River,^Wakefield:Inn, Gibsons .Legion, ��� Pen Hotel-took part. St.  Alice took top honors in the two-day-  affair with Powell River second and Pen  Hotel and Wakefield tied with one win  and two losses each.  Standing to date:  Pen Hotel   4  Roberts Oreek 4  Wakefield 2  Legion     0  Pender Habour 0  0  1000  -  1  .800  %  1  .667  1%  3  .000  2  5  .000  4%  fflaaBBMflfllBBBlBPBBBBMMM  3IBBBB0SBBBP  . SINCIAIR, phone 885-9327  between 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfflMfeftiHMffllMBBBBBBBBBBBB  Yoil'vo Rot to bo In It to win Itrso buy nil the tickets wu canl Tiokots avnilnblc from  community sorvlco organizations or phono 68MM61 Cor ticket sales Informntlon,  First Prlics    $100,000  Second Prizes $25,QQQ.,,  Third Prlxe?   $13,000   6PrlMs9 0f$1(OOOcncli  9 Early Birds Prows  of $6,000 c��cti  I  I  "I  71  I  fill mil ��nil return ilil�� coupon mi  fluvc (Im Or^lieiini lottery,  1'A Jlox 11,000, Vnncotiver VM1 All  i' >  1'loma ����m. ma,,. .Save ilto Orphcum Lottery lU'ket.n) m *2,00 per iloket,   I  PImio kikI me ,,,. Snve the Prpricum Lottery Ixxik(i) ot 10 ticket! nt  $70,00 per Imok.  MOTIckKTRVVilTftTl'sW^  Do not Mn<1 ciutlln 111* mMV. Ml-Ke money order or cUcque payable to  Sivvo the Orpheum Lottery,  NAMK,,.,,.,,. amount unci osr:t)��, K,, |..,,p  Ain>!ti..��,,,,,,   aCII II It Ol Oil I It I I t ff�� I �� I I ��� I . I ���    I t * I I I IIMHI ��1*1 (OHIv�� (Ml  I unuorileeni'ominiiH!  I  I  l  I  I  l  I  Aiilltiarl/ril hy tlio nmvlneu o( Htlil��li C.1I.1..1I1I..    |  iiinlor lleont'o nimilwr I I,V|7 i  % P**m flmm)i ^IM P"���W| W^ fmama)   MMtilH  Rod 'n Reel 7  ���by Brian Baker  i  WITH the weather conditions this past  week, the amount of people fishing  was few, but some good catches were  taken at. Egmont in the 16 to 20 pound  range. Bluebacks are still hot at Pender,,  Secret Cove and Gibsons. Springs are  being taken with live herring and strip,  Blues with Flashtails and Tom Macks/  A few things come to mind that might'  be of help to the beginner. When trolling  with a Flasher (Herring. Dodger) it is  adviseable to use a slip weight instead of  fixed sinkers. With a tied sinker, you  are restricted in the length of leader you  may use from weight and flasher and  flasher to spoon or strip.  If your rod is six feet long, the total  distance from your weight, to strip should  be no longer. As you can see, if the  distance was twelve feet your fish would  still be in six feet of water when your  weight was stopped by the tip of your  rod. Anyone for a very long handled1 net?  The most standard length of leader  used is 36 to 48 inches (weight to flasher)  , and 16 to 18 inches (flasher to bait).  Please keep in mind the weight. is the^  point of axis tljat controls the side to"  side swing of your flasher, which in  turn activates your bait or lure.  When using a plug or large spoon, I  have had up 16 feet between the weight  and lure to cover more area. This is  where the slip weight is most valuable  when, the fish strikes the sinker, slides  down your line to the lure and you have  no obstacle to fight except your fish.  Till next week, keep the forest green  and the ocean clean. It's yours and mine.  Good Fishing.  Andy Leslie successful  in spring bowling play  SECHELT���Andy Leslie came out tops in  spring bowling league play last week  with a score of 760 (292-271).  Close behind him were Sybil Shew-  ehuck 724 (254-249); Pat Wing 710 (343)  and Charlie Humm 250,  Pag�� 3-6 The Peninsula Timers  Wednesday, May 29, 1974  HmeA  Arena News  * ,   -by Helen Phillips 885-2183  FROM the ladies' point of view, we are  finally beginning to see the possibilities for decorating now that the gyproc  is up and plastering started in the upstairs. .  The west wall of the bar has stone  on it and is just waiting for a paint job..  The ceiling in the bar is nearly finished.'  It is looking quite unique. The glass is  fitted an the viewing area, which is going  to call for a work party of window cleaners one of these days. I guess that is the  wives' jobs, since the men have been busy  supplying a lot of the hard manual labor.  There was a work party out there on  Saturday and it was really nice to see  some young people out helping too. Maybe the young fellows can't nail benches  together like the men but they added a  hand by bringing in the metal studding  for the bar ceiling, stacking wires, cleaning up in the lobby and upstairs. Mothers  should go out and take a peek. It might  be the only time you see your son using  'a broom, willingly, that is.  Among the young boys helping were  Bobby Dixon, Larry Page, Mark Rowland  and Brian and Dean Phillips. These young  fellows realize the value of the arena and  how much time they will be spending  in it when it is complete, so it is nice to  see them give some of their time now.  The men who were out building  bleachers, doing clean-up and .a lot of  other odd jobs included John Webb, Ernie  Montgomery, Brian Loewen, Terry Kwasney, Jim Matheison, Herb August, Spencer Wigard, Lou Baldwin, Gordy Dixon  and Glenn Phillips.  Next weekend, June 1 and 2, there  will be another work party and volun.  teers will be very welcome. People will  be phoned and asked to come out, but  if ,you aren't phoned, contact Glenn Phillips, .and he will give you' the infor-  " matron as to time etc. Ladies, pack a  lunch for your hubby or bring one out so  he can stay all day and won't starve.  That way, you can also get out and take  a look and see what is going on.  The dance on May 11 was a great  financial success. A television set donated  by Ed Nicholson of Sunshine' Coast TV  was raffled off and the lucky winner was  Mrs. John Petula. The profit for" this  dance was over $900, which will go toward buying hockey nets, etc.  Many thanks go out to all those who  helped with this dance,  setting tables,  cleaning them, tending bar, and the dirty  job of  coining  back  the  next  day" to  , clean up.  It takes a lot of people a lot of hours  n'to help put on a dance and it was very  ' much appreciated. Special thanks to Hazel  . Kwasney for chairing this great success.  Thanks go out .to Jim Gray for getting some of the kids together to put a  float  in  the  parade.   Our  banner said  Support your arena and  the float had  Support   Minor   Hockey   on   the   side.  Thanks go to the kids who painted signs  .   and  work<2d on the float. It was very  good.  More news next week. In the meantime, come on out and look for yourself. Support your arena, buy a debenture.  mSSSS^S&^!^^SS!S^l^^^^^^^^^s^  a��w_��sas  -'���SPN-gpigl  ftlGULM MEETING  Regular  7:30 p.m.  !im^w^j'l'iS_B_Bi_asg'^^  of Directors  for the month ot May  Board Room - Davis Bay  The Canadian Forestry Convention of  1906 was a milestone in conservation in  Canada.  mnmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmnmrimnmmmmmma^i  r   Mobile homes  Announcing  spaces   available   immediately in Big Maple 'Motel and Trailer  Park*  R.R. 1, SECHELT  Home ixclysively Decorated  12' x 52' ��� 2 bedroom, standard or reverse aisle  12' x 64' ��� 2 or 3 bedroom models  12' x 64' ��� 2 bedroom with utility room  All homes custom furnished with choice of Spanish, traditional,  modern or colonial decor.  Contact Big Maple Motel to inspect mobile home spaces.  ADULTS ONLY, NO PETS OR CHILDREN  |    Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays; -9 a.m. to 5:30p.m. Saturdays.  WATSON   HOMES   LOCATED  AT   5912   KINGSWAY,   BURNABY  MDL 25106  Phone 435-4461  a  a  SHHBBBH!  BBEjBBBBBIHHBBBBiBII&nF.  rmmsm^^^mmm^mmmmim.  fi '^1&^^ ;1ff "^Se  cernent Septic Tesrok installations  eJuilcnina   -   C^xcauallna.  Land Clearing - Ho&d Blyilding -  6   Ljrdvel  and  LTill  886-2H30  Free up more time for catching  fish "this season with a trouble-  free Mercury outboard. From 4  to 20, hp, these four fishing Mercs  give you features you'd expect  only on bigger engines/Features  like Thunderbolt�� ignition for  smoother running," troll-set '" to  hold a perfect trolling speed, full  F-N-R shifting for better maneuverability. See your Mercury  dealer soon.  mertcunv  MERCURY; Rower to do the thing you really want;  GOVERNMENT WHARF, GIBSONS  TELEPHONE 886-7711  (Socholt Chain Snw Contro Ltd.)   ���"7 ���  | COWRIE STRREET, SECHaT TELEPHONE ,885-9626 $  I  I  I  _JL  r  JEAN Gascon, one of Canada's foremost  men of the theatre, has been named  .this year's recipient of the'$50,000 Royal  Bank Award. He is the .eighth Canadian  to receive.the award.       . 7  Gascon, 54, has been artistic director  of the Stratford Festival for seven- yeaitf.  Previously, he was artistic director of  MonteaTs Theatre - Nouveau Monde for  15 years. He has directed and acted, in  more than 100 plays . in English, .and  French, both on the stagehand television.  7"The announcement of Gascon's' selection as the 1974 recipient of the award  ���rtrftsmadeby P. D.:McTaggart-Gowan,.a  member of the Royal Bank Award .selection committee.* ,' -'  "Jean Gascon's achievement is unique  in Canadian Theatre,",, said 7 McTaggart-  Cowan. "He has made a contribution in  both ithe English and French languages.  He is one of those few Canadians who is  equally well known and highly regarded  in both English and French Canada."  Presentation of the $50,000 cheque  and a specially struck gold medal,; was  made at a formal dinner in Stratford,  May 21, two weeks before the .opening of  Gascon's final season as artistic director  of the Stratford Festival  The Royal Bahk Award was created  in 1967 to provide recognition for dedicated and - distinguished Canadian  "whose outstanding achievement is of  such importance that it is contributing  to human welfare and the common good.''  Wednesday, May 29, 1974-        Peninsula   Times  Page   0-7  ROYALBANK  EMPLOYEES OF Canada Safeway  Ltd. raised $5,300 for the lions Club  sponsored bunny bus' program for  crippled children. Here, some employees, right, hand over a cheque  Diving instruction set  at Sechelt Elementary  SECHELT���-An evening of scuba and  snorkel diving instruction is slated  June 5 at Sechelt Elementary School gymnasium under the sponsorship of the Div-  ,e'rs' Den. ' ~  The firm will display the latest wet  gear, ' tanks    and^ various    "treasures"  , brought up from the sea bed by divers.  , instruction will be given in the use  -of spear guns, underwater cameras and in  the proper maintenance of diving equipment.  The Divers' Locker will show a film on  underwater exploration during the events  whioh runs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.  JEAN GASCON  . . $50,000 award  Whalley revivalists set  to periorm in Gibsons  GIBSONS���A group of young singers  �� from pfche Revival Tabernacle in Whalley  e will perform at the Glad Tidings Taber-  f nacle, Gower Point Road, Gibsons May  it 31 at 8 pjn.  Jj.     Everyone is welcome.  ^*Trg:EM'kWJ'ttM*\  m  iitmimmimtwnnmaimmiMjimi  Qlboono P@nt��Ho&t@l  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  , Sunday School 9:43 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-7107  Pastors Gorry Foster  FalMilMIHIMIUIIMIIUMUMUIUIIIIUUUUUUIIUUllliUUUI  SUNSHItitE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School lOtOOa.m.  Mornlno Worihlp 11 si3 a.m.  Evening Sorvlco  : ���    7j30p.ni.  Prayer & Dlblo Study. Wod.    7i30 p.m.  Go0po| Hour (Or. 2-6) Fri. _. 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 885-2o71  PASTOR: FRED NAPORA ,  The United Church  ��� of Canada  SERVICES:    Y  St. John's United Church - DavU Day  Sunday Servico*��9_30q.m.  Robert* Crook United Church  Sunday Scrvlcei - 2:30 p.m.  Glbioni United Church \,  '      Sunday Sorvlco* - 11:15 a.rn,*  MINISTRY; 7  Rev; Jim Wlllamson, Gibson*, 886-2333  Utinailllllllul||llllll<IIIIIHIMIUIIIIUIIIIIII>lltaill)MIIUUI>t.  BAPTIST CHURCHES  086-2611 ~i 886-7449     '  Pastor: Wllbert N. Erickson  "qiDSOHSi ~Mornirifl "v/orshlp* y&ofsun-'  day School 10:45; 7:00 p.m.  Sundays. Study hr. 7:30 p.m,  Thursdays,  SECHELTi Sunday School 10:00 a.m.;  Mornlnp Worship 11:15 Sundays. Study hour 7:30 p,m,  Wednesdays,  GOD LOYH YOU  God Is lovo/tind as wo fill our hearts  with tho full meaning of this spiritual  truth, Joyful living becomes posslblo ond  natural, ........  Droadcast this Sunday over many ita��  tions Includlnq CJVB Vancouver, H70  Kcs at 9:30 a.m. ]  tkltpH  A Christian Sclonc* radio ��*rlw  Boating, and  Fishing Tips  PRESENTED BY  MERCIMUND  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  PLEASE YOUR SKIPPER  Boating, as well as fishing, I  hunting, camping and snowmo-  biling, is an important part of our  outdoor activities, and often we  invite folks to take a day or even  a weekend cruise. Often they are  newcomers to boating. They're not  familiar with the strange language  boatmen use, and arc not sure  what is expected of them.  First, remember the skipper  does not expect much assistance  from a novice when he comes  aboard. However, if you led him  to. believe you know something  about boating, he will automatically call on you for some assignment,  So be sure to tell your host where  you stnnd and he'll know what to  expect from you.  If you know that your guests  are beginners in boating, take the  time to escort them through the  craft, explaining tho gear, ��� facilities, safety features arid nautical  terms that every1 boater should  know.  Most guests enjoy the tour nnd  the nautical terms arc simple; The  front and rear arc bow and stern,,  which ore fore nntl aft..The starboard is the right sldo of tho boat  nnd the port Is tho left side, When  you go down Into the cabin, you  go below; When you want to come  up, that's topside, The head'is tho  lavatory and the kitchen is the  galley. The floor Is tho deck and  closets nro lockers. A rope Is a lino.  , Locker - storage Is limited , so  don't como nboard with enounh  clothes for a fashion parade, Make  sure you have enough clothes for  comfort and protection while  aflpat, Remember, flint temperature  extremes arc more pronounced on  "'Wft^er^Th'o''**'dfty^lrnd"8Mn���Tlr���!iome���',,**  thing to feckon with. You'll need  sunglasses, sun screens, and some  light covcrup clothing. When the  sun goes down, even on tho hotlcNt  clays, it's usually cool on tho water  and you might need a light sweater  or Jacket, In somo of our northern  states It's often cool enough to require a winter-weight outer Barmen!. And don't forget rain wenr.  Most of nil, dress for comfort.  That's what boating Is all about,  If you really want.to mako a  gopd Impression on iyoi|r Nklpncr,  wear non-skid deck shoes and then  check tho soles for nny dock-  scratching Ingredients like imbedded pebbles, and, grease and  oil, If you want to help with tho  chores, bo sure and ask the skipper  what you can do, If you don't  understand the assignment, ask  ngnln so you're; sure you-know  exactly what the' task is and how  It's io be done. The skipper, will  appreciate your frankness and  you'll quickly gain tho conlldcnco  that will raise your ego a notch or  two nnd make your tlmo afloat  more cnjoyfthle, '  If you want to imkl in the  Ridley, work wllh your Iionicnn,  Learn where tho food Items mo  stored nnd nut ihcm back after you  hivve wed them. Be sure you know  tho safety factors ot the stovo be  foro trying to two il,  to David Danyluk the 1974 Easter  Seal Timmy and Gerry Hewer, an  official'with the Easter Seal Society.  Lions clubs on the Sunshine Coast  have been active in raising funds for  the campaign.  Phone 883-2711       >  f  Coders School) Juno 3, 10:30 am Dlohoy Bowllno Lanoa'Burnaby fD, Mac'-  fosfor Avo Coquitlam 930-523?  coMMumrv festivals  Each year, a growing number of communities are featuring  Festival of Sports programmes that have a broad base of participation in sports and cultural activities combined with  major attractions, parades and pageantry.   .  CHILLIWACK - Country Living and Festival of,Sports May 16  -JuriQ 3. Men's. Ladles' and Mixed Lawn'Bowling Triples June 1. 2;  Geary "18" sailboat racing at Cultus Lake June 1, 2; Annual Indian Soccer  Tournament June 1, 2, 9 am Cultus Lake Park. fGeorge Martin 307 Lewis  'Ave. Wast 795-3185; John Tutte 45608 Stephenson Rd. Sardis 858-3478.  SPORTS EVENTS  ARCHERY  HANEY B.C. Trials tor World FITA' Championships June 1, 2, 9 am  Telosky Stadium' (Alberta, Washington, Oregon, Idaho) f��. McGregor 2064  West 47th Ave Vancouver 261-9528  HANEY B,C, Junior Championships "Double 900 Canadian Round" Juno  1, 2, 9 am Tolosky Stadium (Washington, Oregon) IE: McGregor 2064 Wost  47th Ave Vancouver 261-9526  BASEBALL  MAPLE RIDGE Socond Annual RMBA Festival Baseball Tournament  Juno 1, 1 pm Juno 2, 12 noon Tolosky Stadium tQ- SHoropada 25110 - 100  Avo Whonnock 462-7320  BOWLING  COQUITLAM     Robert   Poutt  Bowllno  Tournamont  (Host   Club  Sunny  ol) Juno 3. 1C"       "���       -    ������     ���        - ���-  ������  Donald 1411  CANOE & KAYAK  BURNABY Wostorn Pacific International Kayak Championship June 2  Burnaby Lako (Soattlo, Tacoma, Portland) \Q, Topping 732 Quittner St  Coquitlam 930-1125  DIVING  MAPLE RIDGE . Invitational Dlv.no Moot (1 motor)'Juno 1, 10 am Cori-,  tonnlal Pool Hanoy \C. Noulold 20557 Wosttlotd Avo MOpIo Ridge 465-9282 ;  FENCING   , v';.,-^/.-::;-;^1  NORTH' VANCOUVER pacific' international Fonolno Tournament June  1, 2, 9 am Qymnaalum of Handsworlh Socondary School (Washington, Oro-  gon) fa-V BroHolmans. 2977 Wost Bth Avo Vancouvor 879-0021  FIELD HOCKEY  DELTA fith Annual Falcons Invitational Juno 1, 2, 10 am WlnaKW Park  tr, Ross 1269 Malvorn PI Delta 073-JM4 '    ,  FOOTBALL  VANCOUVER    High School Football Jamboroo Juno 1, 11 am Emplro' ,  , atadlum f0- Vanco 1001 Cotton Dr Vancouver 255-9371  GOLF  DELTA o,G, secondary School (toll A.BOolollori Championship Jurta 3,  0 am Donah Orovn Qolf Couran ti. Qranholn 114 ��� 232 St flfl .1 Langloy  508-3441 ,      i      . i  HORSESHOE PITCHING  CLOVERDALE >   international Horooohoo Pltohlno Juno I, 2 roaimratlon  10 nm play 11 am Olovordolo Fnlraroundo \f\, Dlur\( 3207 Oravolov St Van-  , coi/tw 26:!.323<f . ,    ...... ,..,,. '  HORSE SHOWS, RODEOS  HOPE ,  Hopa Junior Horao Show Juno 2, 0|30 am ilopo nidlno Aronn  ^Q.flookatolner > Pox 144 Hope ���oo94703-^->'~'^M"j���r^'���tM���^m^'"*"^'in-  VANCOUVER   b,o, Air Arabian llorao Show,May 31 . Juno 3, 7 am ���  18 noon Aarodomo PNE Grounds (Alborta, SaaHntchomn, Washington, Oro-.  oon) \p, Bain 10040 . 78 Avo Surrey 674-7045 '        ,  , . , .  SAILING  CULTUS LAKE     Geary "18" Racing June 1, 2,  Lake t>V. Marshall Box 141 Cultus Lake 658-6188  SOCCER  CHILLIWACK-CULTUS LAKE   Annual    Iridian   Soccer   Tournament'  June 1.'2, 9 am Cultus Lake Park" \Chuck Jlmmie #3)5 - 4233, Sardis St.  Burnaby 438-1858  VANCOUVER Provincial Cup Final June 2, 2 pm Empire Stadium to.  Hughes 1746 Nassau Dr Vancouver 321-0192  SOFTBALL  GIBSONS Gibsons Bantam Girls Invitational June 1,2, 10 am Brothers  Park tft- Kurucz Box 316 Gibsons 886-2666  PORT COQUITLAM Poco Bantam Girls Softball Tournament Juno 1,  2 McLean Park frV. Hughes 3845 Clematis Cr Port Coqult(am 665-2455  SWIMMING  BURNABY B.C, Championships - Age Group >& Can Am Seniors Juno  1,,2 Simon Fraser University Pool (Washington, Oregon, New Zealand) y,  Campbell 927 Caithness Cr Port Moody 936-1112  COQUITLAM     Invitational "Early Bird" Swim Meet Juno 1, 2, 8 am ���  6 pm R. L. Spanl Pool Coquitlam m Clarkson 812 Regent St Coquitlam "  298-1373  DELTA *3rd Annual B.C. Festival of Sports Swim Meot Juno 2, 6 am  Ladner Community Pool fE. Radostovlch Box 65 Delta 946-2267  MAPLE RIDGE Invitational - Swim Moot Juno 2, 8:30 am Centennial  Pool HaneyfW. Watson 22772 - J23 Avo Maplo Ridge 467-4396  NORTH DELTA B.C. Festival of Sports Invitational Juno 2, B nm - 0  pm Pool B4th Avo North Dolta \D. Elwood 8811 Shepherds Way Dolta  584-0270  NORTH DELTA Juno'2, 9 am North Dolta Roc Contro \D, Elwood  8811 Shepherds Way Delta 584-0270  NORTH VANCOUVER \ Capilano Festival Swim Meot Juno 1. 2, B am  Capilano Winter Club Regional f-. Goodman 435J Prospect fid North Vancouvor 254-5411  NORTH VANCOUVER    "A" & "B" Swim Moot May 31, 6 pm North  Shore Winter Club fMrs Mulock 679 East 12th North Vancouver 907-9269  RICHMOND    Dual Moot Invitational Juno 2,Stovooton Pool ]R. Lovioll  639 Nad/no Cros Richmond 274-2101 ���'.,,..  SURREY 4th Invitational Swim Moot Juno 1, 2, 8 am Boor Creok' Park  (Washington) W. Hat/man ,7046 - 120th St Surroy 624-3868, .  -TENNIS ��:';',;  TSAWWASSEN   pinala ��� B,0, FootlVal of Sports Tonnlo Tournamont  ��� Juno 1..2, 8 am ��� 0 pm TaawwossonTonnls Club f> Emsloy 1652 Doaah  Grove Rd Delta 273-6211      ' , v   7    , ���  fRACK & FIELD   .   '''':', ,;"       ':   -7, ������.'.,  BURNABY BUmaby 8ttldot8 Elomontary;Track Moot Juno <l, 4 pm Bur-'  naby Central Sonlor Hloh School fK, Hampton 7784 h- 16th Avo Burnaby  622-5147  MAPLE RIDGE  0 am May 31 Maple Hideo  RR 1 Maplo Rldgo 462-7131  RICHMOND    Provincial High sohool Qhampionohlpo Moy, 91, ,3llB,pm  po Elomontar]  llg^h Sohool "  iry dlotrlot* Track Moot May  Track \w, Hill 10351 -240  30,  St  Maplo Rldgo  .fi3d5? Hlg  lidh BOIlO..,_    Juno J, 11M0 am Mlnoru Park, ^Jlm Young Bumnby Contial High School,  D,0, Elomontary Champlonolilpo Juno 7, 0, 0, 6 - ft pm,  0 pm Mlnoru Park \K, Youno 709 QotMtaam PI .Richmond  LAWN BOWLING  CHILLIWACK    (A) Mans Trlplon IB) Uuilos Triples  Juno 1, 2 Ohjlllwac'  '        "    ''     w ''' "  Chilliwack 705-9000  MARKSMANSHIP  DURNADY   n,0, Police Comhni Ohamplonthlps (nlnlol   ,,... (B) lidlos Triples (C) Mlxod Trlplos "  .Ji'.n.��..>. ? ShJIL'UVh Ll,wn Oowlina Club ]J, Hndllold ,123 Margaret Aya  (nn  unn I  ) Jn.... ..  Durnatiy (Albtrtt,  ���     /f���   -  f�� am,  "f* ������'  25th  S't  June 2, B nm Coast Marksmen (no, Ranoff BameiH/ohavay  Wasri/nolon, Orooon, California, Idaho] to, ��� filnvonsnn (0307  Surrey 66S-3513        ��� ���. ���  COQUITLAM 'n.O, Provlholnl Tflnm I'lnaln (0,F, nifle) ^ Woalom  Canada Invllntlonnl May 31, Junn 2, ft am Canada Onmnn nongo conm  Morldlan hd Coqulllam (Manitoba, Saskatohowan, Altmta, NW Unltotlea,  Yukon) fo. Wllllama 170 Alklnrt Avo Victoria 301-1013  PORT COQUITLAM Frnoor Valloy Oonl4nnlal Invitational 'Juno 2, 3,  0���rjni (V una pm.pjubhomo . Ouika Mounloln \lt, Muct'homon 13170 .  100th Ava Surroy B01-3611 ' ���   . a,  MOTORSPORT  a  DELTA    n,0, Oporln Fostlval ChallonQo Aulo nialom Jun* 2, lli30 nm  0,0, Ofifoty Cqiinoll ProJOMlonaJ l)rlv��ri Contro Lndnur Airport (W*$hlngton,  Oregon) \W, Quarry fo pox 00243 Oumtiy 434-ajet -  MISBION    Fosilvnl of Onnrla Annual Fuol \ Jnnknl Championship Oraa  Qnolna Juno 2 tlmo trials 0 am racas 1 pm Mission llanowsy (Wsihlnoton,  OfooorV/Who'ffiJ \f\, fflfmwr f J6S Wallnca Pr Suuoy Sflfl-eifl?     , ���" .,,  209-677'f  RICHMOND  0.7 pm, o  277-1010  ,  < R08EDALE    Mount Choam Cross Country May 30 star! tlmo 4 pm nooo-  dalo Junior Soopndaty School fKo/lri Purnott Box 190 Rbaadala 704-7124  SURREY    Burray Elomontary Qohopl Chnmplonshlpn Jurio 3, 4, B.iO, 7,  10, 1 nm oaoh day Dear Crooh PnrK Trnoh \B, Morloy 12772 - OOfh Avo  Surroy 600-3177     ���  ,���; '���'��� ��,,...  WEIGHTLIFTING  WHITE ROCK   Whlto Rook Rooroallonal Qamos Fostlval Juno 1 waimup  "10 nm'st��rtlna tlmo 12'noon Sflmlohmoo Hloh School (Oregon, Wn$hlnotonr  Alborta, Idaho) \Dlatar stamm 12560 Croucont fid Swrroy 536-7606  YACHTING  VANCOUVER , vancouvor Roqalia Jupo fl.,0 Enpll��i) n��y   "I t  VMNWUUVCrt , Vancouvor Roqnlla Juno n.o i-nt  couvor Yacht Club Hoadquarlors Joilolio (Wanmnoton)  Oroadmy Vancouver 001-4111  .   nova]  fl, Davis 3026  Van-  Watt  Plan to participate In the British Columbia  Festival of Sporta this comlno week,  You, your family and friends can take an '  active part In many scheduled events. Or, you  can attend events aa a welcome spectator,  Either way, you will enjoy memorable,  lelsuro-tlmo actlvltlos of your own choosing,  BR&I OUMBM  Sponsored by tho  Government of British Columbia  Department of Travel Industry  " Hon; Ernest Hall, Minister  Pick up your lr��o ''Schedule of Events'' folder -  nt any British Columbln branch of tho Canadian  imporlAi BnnK of Commorco, BCAA ofiicos,  llocroallon Olllcoa, Sportlna Qooda Sloroa or  othor public Information ouflota, I  1 Ryont Cfa��lrme��n, Any arrora, oml����loh�� or ���ul>*��a.unnt     '  ch��noo�� Bf�� not iho ri����pon��l��>lllly ot th���� Provincial Govommonl,  -mutmm  gger  ^S  sm  ,..,..,.���.,,������:,���>,  S^mS^ST  ���:.r,..,:,:,~,,..,,,., Phono 885-2026  885-9812 Moat Dopt.  Wo Rciorro Tho Flight To Limit Quantities  7nunnn^nni7��/nmDDDn&/i//7nnn/iinoiJnnnnnnnnnnnnnL


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