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 West  204  Vancouver  x Canadian Graphic  tt_st 6th Ave..  Industries  _,v.  Service  eninsula Isuneh  Serving tho Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervls Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Granthams Landing, Gbsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park,, Sechelt, Halfrnoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Pork, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      x Vol, 10, No. 22  ,<2nd Class Mail  Registration Ho. 1142  Annual meeting  this Issue 16 Pages ��� 15e  Union ^So-  Lobe'   WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1973^  St. Mary's to seek  accreditation in 73  FOR DONATING 50 units of blood, the blood drive to be   held in St.  Robert G. Bowden of Roberts Creek, Mary's Hospital, Monday, April 30  was awarded this engraved certifi- from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. _3owden;gave  cate by Charlotte Raines of Roberts his first pint of blood in 1940 in Van-  Creek. Mrs. Raines is chairman of  couver. Actually, Bowden has given  51 units of blood. The certificate is  signed by Roland Michener, governor  general- of Canada.  Old jail may  find new home  SECHELT���The v village's first jail may  find a home at Hackett Park, courtesy  of a group of young'people from.Roberts  Creek.  Village council will provide a concrete slab at Hackett Park if the Roberts  Creek.young people, known as Coast  Family Society, undertake to move the  log building from its present site across  from ike Wakefield Inn.  Owners of the building, Suncoast  Developments Ltd., through spokesman  Morgan Thompson, offered the building,  tree to any group which would move it.  Only stipulation was that the building  not 'be,used for commercial purposes. The  Times, reported Suncoast's offer and Dan  Taylor, spokesman for the society contacted : Thompson. Taylor said the group  was willing to move the building to a  pasture next to Roberts Creek General  store .but Thompson said the owners  would .prefer that the building stay in  the Sechelt area.  Taylor told Dick Proctor, managing  editor of The Times, of their problem  and Proctor contacted Sechelt ��� Mayor  Ben Lang who arranged to .have the matter ptit on the agenda at the council's  next meeting.  Village council agreed to provide a  site on a concrete slab at Hackett Park,  ���if the youngs people would move it. Aid.  Dennis Shuttleworth was assigned to  lobk into the cost of providing the slab.  Taylor toldThe ,TUnefs that his group,  while preferring to take the building to  Roberts Creek, are willing to move the  cabin to the Hackett Park site at no cost  to the village or Suncoast. Part of their  reason for moving the cabin to Roberts  Creek is that members of;7the society  could; more easily., look after it.  "We felt that as long as it was on this  ���Sunshine Coast, it would be OK," Taylor  said, ���'��� - ���'-������'.  However, he said the society would  move it anywhere in order to preserve it  and the part of the Coast's history that it  7 represents. ^  The village earlier had an estimate of  $500 to move it to the park..Council decided that the cabin did hot warrant such  ah expense.  Taylor said that his group might mark  each-log, disassemble the building, move  it to the park and reassemble it at its  new home.  ST., Mary's Hospital will seek accreditation this year, Mrs. Ellen Bragg, administrator, said in her first report to the  annual meeting of the hospital society  April 16.  The prime objective, said Mrs. Bragg, ;  has been to improve the quality of service to patients and to prepare the hospital for a survey in 1973 by the Canadian Council on Accreditation. ��� ."'-'  The hospital has  other , aims,  said  Mrs. Bragg.  "While there    is  much    speculation  about the future role of the hospital, few  reliable predictions, can  be  made.  We  hope in 1073 to have a well established,  well financed and well staffed intensive  care unit. We hope to obtain accredita;-'  tion. We hope to renovate the existing  operating room,  storage    facilities  and  other areas to provide    more working  space to accommodate the increased services required by the new second floor.  "We hope to add to the current number of nurses on our staff, who are doing a "remarkable piece of work in the  hospital despite staff limitations. We hope  to commence planning for a major extension .to the hospital to effectively accommodate increased work loads required of  "the  supporting services  by the second  floor addition. 'We believe that it is Important that we determine what services  our Sunshine Coast wants and needs in  the spectrum of health care and how  best to assist in meeting the needs.  "Above all, we hope that our hospital  organization will become increasingly  responsive to the individual human needs  of our staff for learning, challenge and  accomplishment and to the needs of our  patients for high quality patient care.  Particularly to the needs of the community for leadership in the provision of.  health services."  Mrs. Bragg expressed her appreciation  to various ^divisions of the B.C7 Hospital  Insurance services and said she was deeply appreciative of the tolerance and support of "our excellent staff during" raither  -difficultTtimes.n       ~ . >-7  Besides  appreciative    remarks about "  the medial staff, Mrs. Bragg said:v "I  am :fOrever amazed and grateful for the  industry,  enthusiasm,  excellent    service-  and. tremendous  financial  help of our  six hospital auxiliaries."  . V Although the hospital experienced difficulties -last year, she  paid tribute to  staff members for:  "Better meals,  improved housekeeping arid supply services,  sound financial management and quality  patient care, which reflected the ability,  openness to new ideas and the industry  of St. Mary's Hospital staff in 1972.  Among the problems faced by the  hospital were construction delays and  low occupancy of the new second floor  created severe budget problems and delayed the settling-in process, she said.  Extended care beds were not completely occupied until June. The enlarged  hospital and the increased services dramatically increased supply and drug  costs.      ��� " ���  ��� - 7 '."'  The hospital share administrative services with Lions Grate Hospital and St.  Mary's departments -received assistance  from their sister departments at Lions  Gate.  A continuing maintenance program  has: been instituted and major repairs  nave been done, she said.  Streamlining methods have been ap-  plied to business, admitting, office and  .; medical records and payroll is how prepared on the B.C. Hospital's Association  , computer. >  Building inspector recommends  system ur<  for Sechelt shop centre  Accreditation s  New facilities needed at  St. Mary's, says Douglas  Police don't  early  SECHELT��� New facilities are needed  .', for St. Mary's Hospital immediately,  retiring president Don Douglas told members at the annual meeting April 16. A-  bout 75 persons attended the meeting in  the old Legion Hall  Additional arid better organized storage space for general supplies, medical  and surgical supplies are musts, he said.  In the future, he added, the following additions are needed: laboratory, doctor's  lounge, x-ray, day surgery, administration faculties and patients waiting room.  . Douglas called attention to what he  termed a "reasonable deficit" considering  the type of patient care provided in our  hospital".  Douglas said that an accreditation survey should take place in May and ho added: "This survey is a third party evaluation of all procedures being carried out'  In tho hospital, and is carried out by professional people qualified to make such an  assessment.  It is generally accepted that accreditation means that the hospital is providing  the minimum leyel of patient care, however, your board la striving to give the  level of patient care which they think  is expected by the community we serve."  Douglas expressed his appreciation to  administrative, medical, nursing "and all ���  other staff members for the approach they  have taken to the problems these staff  changes in the past year have presented."  He was also complimentary to auxiliaries and the coordinating council, Lions  club for its continued support of the physiotherapy department and to many other  organizations, Companies and citizens  "who continue to Support the hospital".  The auditor's report showed a deficit  of $11,893 as opposed to $495 the previous  year.  The statement is as follows with 1972  figures listed first and comparable 1971  figures In brackets:  Adult and children patient days���'  14,324 (12,427); extended care days, 6,018  (127); newborn days, 696, (790); standard  ward rate, $43.75 ($30.15).  Revenue: day rate earnings���-$055,937,  ($519,420); outpatient earnings���$89,732,  ($78,124); other operating revenue: dietary and lodging recoveries���$16,447, ($11,-  598); other $1,025 ($323); donations, $02,  ($0).  Expenditure���salaries and wages $723,-  535, ($450,533); and others such as dietary,  laundry, physical plant operation for a to-  ' tal expenditure of $975,710, ($608,078).  Assets total $1,011,027, ($1,071,702); lia  bilities and reserves, including bank overdraft $40,000 ($14,189); accounts payable  $90,628, ($183,738); net investment in  working capital and plant assets, $1,780,-  399, ($1,673,855).  Incoming chairman Erich Hensch, who  as chairman of the expansion property  committee, said that a mobile home was  purchased to relieve pressure on the staff  residence because revised government  policies did not make it advantageous to  extend the home.  "Negotiations are still in progress with  the Sechelt Indian Band Council to formulate an up-to-date agreement in connection with the hospital's effluent disposal. The Indian band council agreed to  give us first refusal on property Would  we request such for future expansion.  This consideration and co-operation, on  behalf of the band is greatly appreciated."  Hensch also reported that the hospital  cottage on Cowrie St. has been disposed  of and the. property will be landscaped.  "Outside decorative light was installed  and additional staff parking facilities provided which Includes paving of said area  and a sidewalk for safety," Hensch reported.  Peggy Connor,' volunteer director, re-  ���boo pago  13  ���niiiiuiiiuimiiHiiiiiiuMiiNiiiiiiiin iiiiimiii ����������������������������������� ���������������������������iiimii ��������� > imiiiiiiiiimimimm��iuihimhmii"����iiim MiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuaiiiuiuim  Sunshine Coastings  by DICK  PROCTOR  IF YOU thought there were a lot of  people on the Sunshine Coast over  Eastor weekend, you're right.  B.C. FcitIm estimated 6,000 persons used the service on the first  long holiday weekend. Assuming that  few, If any, local residents left the  Poninsula, that means 3,000 persons  arrived and left.  There had to bo at least 2,000  visiting cars using the quaint, antiquated highway wo proudly call our  own (see today's .editorial) plus  thousands of local traffic plying up  and down. With that many oars on  the rood, they have got to.stop and  gas up (gas stations hire service and  repair personnel); visitors must eat  (more money left on the Peninsula);  they have got to ploop (motel operators benefit here). Surely all visitors  don't rush through. They stop nnd  browse in Gibtont, Sechelt, Madeira  Pork ond If they sco something they  like, they will bijy. Who soys tourism  doesn't pay?  It's a good industry >and brings  now money Into the community.  However, we do need ito cater a little  more to them. Parking .places are  hard to find on tho streets. Businessmen and local residents should use  offstreet parking. If there is room  to pnrlc, tourists will do so and likely  spend a few dollars.  Speaking  of tourists,  Mart.  Dan  Murray, formerly of Fort St. John,  droppod in to Tho Tlmo* office to  say lil. She and her husband aro tho  former owners ot tho Alaska Highway Nows. If the name is still not  familiar, she is 'the daughter-in-law  of the rcdoutniblo Margarot L. "Ma"  Murray, ono of B.C.'s best known  newspaperwomen. At 06, Mrs. Dan  tolls mo, "Ma" has sold the Brl<-ao-  Rivor-Lillooot Now* and Is going to  concentrate   on   spooking   engagements and writing a column for mo  paper.  Mrs. Murray droppod in on Saturday by bus, just to see Sechelt. Tho  Inst timo sho was hero, she says,  It was by Union Steamships, so It's  been a few years. She allows there  has been quite a change in the community.  Sho   was   disappointed    though,  when she couldn't find a restaurant  open in town. Imagine that! The  first busy weekend since the summer and there was no place to go  for a meal within easy walking distance in the village. Howevor, the  Whispering Pine, opened at 5 p.m.  and Mrs. Murray was able to dine  then.  Brook* Road is not being, paved,  F. C. Bronnan of Brooks Road tells  mo. In a recent Secholt Chamber of  Commerce news artlclo It was reported that Brooks was being paved and  tho members wanted to know what  priority roads are paved in the Peninsula. ' i  Bronnan says that only one section of Brooks is being paved and  that Is being paid privately M Kon  Van Eflmorul for his subdivision in  the area.  Manpower and Immigration nnd  Canada Pension Plan people are going to open nn offlco in Sech*lt for  four days a month. It will bo in the  old Coastline Plumbing store next to  Dallia Studio. Thoy will share qurtr-  ���noo pago 4  GIBSONS���Mayor Wally Peterson    has  warned that RCMP patrol the village  on a round-the-clock basis when necces-  sary, and do not "close"  at 2  a.m. as  some people thought.  He told council's April 17 meeting that  local police investigated 517 complaints  from Jan.   1   to   March  31.   Eighty-one  court  cases  resulted,  and  of  these,  32  fell under the criminal code.  During the same period, there were  99   traffic   cases,   not   counting   parking  tickets, he said. '  Under other business, council gave its  approval to, the Family Division Committee for 1973.  Probation officer Ted Peters submitted  the list of members for ratification.  Members, this year, are Joanne Mc-  Nevln, chairman; Joe Horvath, deputy  chairman; Vern Wishlove, Daphne Paul,  Mary Kingston, Teddy Benson and Barbara Joe.  Municipalities will be asked to undertake studies on the impact of metric conversion, according to the department of  municipal affairs. .  In a letter to council, the department  said: "We will ensure that municipalities  are Informed of current developments  where concerned and all possible assistance will be provided by the department  during the metrication program."  Neat, tidy  bylaw due  SECHELT���Village of Sechelt homeowners and occupants will have to keep  premises neat and tidy  when  a bylaw  gets its final reading.  Village council gave second reading  last Wednesday to a bylaw requiring the  owner or occupant of real property In the  village to remove accumulation of "filth,  discarded materials, rubbish, brush, noxious weeds or other growths."  Tho bylaw states "owner or occupier"'  of a residence is responsible for cleaning  It. In tho event the property In rented,  tho per/ion routing the residence Is Just  as responsible as the owner for keeping  tho place neat and tidy.  Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth objected to  tho use of "owner or occupier" term in  the bylaw's wording. He reasoned that  tho onus should be placed on one person. Other nldermcn disagreed saying  Hint tho person occupying tho homo  should bo just as responsible an the person renting. Many homeowners live In  other areas and therefore do not see what  condition tho houna In In, It was explained.  After proper notice, according to the  bylaw, village workmen ami equipment  may enter an offending property, clean  it up and chargo the cost to the owner.1  SECHELT���-Installation   of   a ��� sprinkler  system for Trail Bay Centre has been  urged by village building inspector Frank  Giampa.  Giampa told village council April 18  a building permit was issued June 17,  1970 for the centre with certain conditions  of requirements and regulations. One' of  the conditions.called for the 'installation  of a sprinkler system when an adequate  water system was installed to the centre.  "As yet, these requirements regarding the installation of a sprinkling system  for fire protection have not been complied  with and upon discussion with the B.C.  fire marshal, I have been advised such  regulations must at all times be enforced.  This is to protect any adjoining develop-,  ment which could come in the future and  as protection for the tenants, their employees and the general public," Giampa  told council.; ���'  Giampa said that he had been in consultation with the former building inspec  tor, P. A. Reyburn, who issued the permit. Giampa said: ". . . I dp believe that  council should now make all efforts to  enforce the obligations agreed upon by  all participating parties at the time of issuance Of said permit. May I suggest that  a letter to the participating company,  Trail Bay Developments Ltd., that said  agreement now be carried out ,to fulfillment."  . Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth said that it  is most important that a sprinkler system he installed.  Village clerk Neil Sutherland was instructed to send a copy of Giampa's letter to the owners of the shopping centre.  Giampaa also recommended that the  old house immediately behind the new  fYarn- Bam building on <!towrieStreer'be  brought up to standards.  "This building is being erected against  an existing old house that should have  been demolished prior to the erection of  ���see page 13  Better access  Gibsons council buys  water lot for public  GIBSONS���Village    council    confirmed  purchase April 17 of a water lot on  Bay Road:  Council intends developing the site to  provide better access to the beach along  an  existing road  allowance.  A stream runs through the lot, reported clerk-treas. David Johnston, and. the  land fronts 30 feet of water.  He told council that he was able to  purchase the lot at a saving over its at  vertised price. Cost of the lot was $5,701  and it was advertised at $6,000.  Aldermen agreed It was a wise policy  to buy lots of this type whenever they  became available to Increase public amenities in the village.  Under other business, engineers Dayton and Knight reported that the new  sewage treatment plant has been tested  and is now operational.  Mayor Wally Peterson noted that the  new pumping fclllty can handle three  times the amount of sewage produced by  the present system.  Harbor committee chairman Aid. Kurt  Hoehne reported that the winch on the  federal wharf had been re-installed after  repairs.  Also, he said, that fuel taps at the  Shell bulk depot, which he earlier found  to be leaking, had been tightened.  Council approved a $100 grant towards the expenses of Debbie Willis, Gibsons' entrant in the Sea Cavalcade queen  contest.  Johnston reported that the federal  government had approved a winter works  grant for tho village to carry out sldc-  wplk construction. Initial work, he said,  would concentrate on School Road and  on the pout office corner.  "We wUl be calling for tenders when  our engineer has set up the requirements," he said.  Under delegations, Tat Powers asked  that permanent parking spaces be reserved for his employees on tho wharf.  Ho told council that he operated a  work boat with eight men in hln log  sorting business, and there was nowhere  for them to park near tho wharf,  Peterson pointed out that tho wharf  fell under federal Jurisdiction, ond that  council was lucky to have arranged for  restricted parking. He felt It unlikely  that tho government would consider a  reserved parking situation,  Council agreed to take tho matter up  with tho harbor administration, however.  mit request by letter, and council could  then discuss rezoning with the planner.  Aid. Winston Robinson was detailed  to discuss continuation of the tourist bro-  i ���see page 13  fMi��IMII-UIM��KIMM*U-*MM*a*MU  maaMUaaMiaatuaaaaaaiuaaaaiaiuaaillaauauaaalaaaaaiiaaaaaiaaiaiaaaaaaaMMaaaauaaaaaaaluaialaiaalMa,  Powers also ankod 'council about, re-  Besldftfi the expense of cleaning tho / zoning to apartment use property ho owns  property tho owner will bo liable to ��' on Highway 101.  fine of up to $100. ' Johnston tiald he would have to sub-  EMCH HENSCH  Hospital names  Hensch chairman  ERICH  Hensch  has been elected chairman  of St.  Mary's  Hospital  Society  board of trustees, it was announced following the annual meeting April lfl.  Hensch Is manager of tho B.C. Hydro  office In Sechelt, Ho replaces Don Douglas of Gibsons who stepped down after  two yearn. Frank West was elected vlco  president and" Dob Normlnton, treasurer,  K. W. Booth, G. E. Hopkins, J. R. Mc-  Saveney nnd Mrs. Eve Most-rip's terms  expired. Only McSaveney stood, for reelection and retained his neat.  Newcomers elected to tho board were  Gordon Hall. Sechelt; James Jarilewick,  Sechelt; Christina Ward, Davis Boy. Nominated from the floor but not elected  was Sharon Blaney. Five memberships  were approved for Booth, Hopkins and  Mrs. Moscrlp.  \  ���h  !����� , I  ::0A;  ������<���'/���-  rA "'  Page 2  The Peninsula Time.  Wednesday, April 25. 1973  T-  ThePeninsula^-w^  EDITORIALS  ���7 may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong os to fail to soy what I believe to be rtght.'\  ���t-John Atkins  Richard* T. Proctoh, Managing Editor  A. H. A-M__0, Publisher  READERS'RIGHT  Letters : to _��he Editor are the opinions,of readers, and not necessarily,those of The Times. A  nom^de-plume may bes used for publication,' but all originals must be signed by the writer.  tely no public relations done    by the  We demmid rtmd improvement  'THE RESIDENTS, particularly    the   of-province and. overseas visitors.  taxpayers, of   the Peninsula   have   ,     is thY highways department unable  .been very patient about our deteriorate   to master the techniques of paving,, or  ing road conditions."  This comment could have been  made, and, indeed, has been made by  virtually, every' motorist with the misfortune to take his life in his hands and  venture onto the Sunshine Coast Highway.        ,      ' ��� A  In this case, the complainant was  Claude Hoodspith, publisher of our  namesake journal, The Peninsula Times,  which circulated from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour in the post-war years.  He was speaking of road conditions in  1950! Since then, our patience has been  wearing steadily thinner and government promises of an improved highway  link have gone the way of all good  government promises.  The time for patience is over. As  more and more tourists and residents  flock to the Peninsula, the shortcomings  of our so-called highway become increasingly apparent.  Our main traffic artery has been  allowed to deteriorate to below the  standard demanded of a class B road  elsewhere in the province. And there appears to be precious little intent on the  part of the highways : department to  change this deplorable state of affairs.  The basically unsatisfactory, meandering route of the highway has been  aggravated by a degree of pot holing and  disintegration with few parallels in the  western world. And if this is thought  to be an exaggeration, just ask our out-  The PenimsulaT***^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  .-���������' by   .  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt  885-9654-885-2635  Gibsons  886-2121  Subscription Rates:  (n advance)  Local; $6 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A.,  $9.  Overseas, $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont:  {Howe Sound to Jervls Inlet}  r^s  ia_d_U__  n^mmmmmmmjmmtm  even the simple exercise of filling potholes to the level of the surrounding  pavement? Obviously it is.  ,   Endless lines of vacationers weave .  precariously to avoid shattering their  suspension on tire-killing holes, bumps  and ragged pavement. Not to mention  those notorious 'roadside chasms that,  pass for ditches. White lining, of course, ~  is out of the question.  But we all know and recognize the  hazards. The point is what can be done  about it? - .  An extensive impair program, com"  petently supervised, could have 'alleviated the dangers of highway travel  long, since. It's too late for this summer  ���and, unfortunately,7tool_fe for a number of visitors who will doubtless end  up in. the smashed wreckage of their  vehicles for making the foolhardy assumption that a!" .Ughway'T^ust be  driveable.  But upgrading is one measure* albeit  stopgap, that we must demand now.  j The possibility of a completely rerouted artery seems remote judging by  present provincial government policy in  this area, but we must make it .clear  we will settle for nothing else���and in  the very near future.  Patience is, indeed, a virtue. But  when it is rewarded with a lack of ac-  tion that would shame a sloth, then we  must take: the necessary steps to gain  basic amenities long taken for granted  throughout the province.  If, indeed, our ML A Don Lockstead  is pledged to support the popular voice  in his riding, we must ensure that he  hears that voice.  We suggest that anyone who feels  our section of Highway 101 is below  par in any way���and that must be one of  the greatest understatements of all time  ���should write directly to Lockstead, to  the minister of highways and, for that  matter, to Premier Barrett himself, demanding immediate and substantial action in returning to us, through highway  upgrading, what we have been paying  taxes towards for many years.   ;   ,:  A reasonable measure of safety is  all we ask;] 'Is that too much?.  Good film season  Editor, The Times  Sir: At the end of the Kwahtamoss Film  Society season I would like to say on behalf of the society's members that it has  been a great pleasure to have seen so  many first class and varied films in the '  comfort of the' Twilight Theatre. The successful launching of a film society is very _  largely due to Allan Crane who has tin-  stintingly given his time to seek out, book  and handle.the films, & also to publicize  the activities of the society. Thanks are  also due to Mr. Boothroyd who has let  ttie spciety use his theatre at a modest  . rate. > '    -  While there is always complaint about  the lack of entertainment of the Peninsula during the past year, some of the  great classics have been shown at Society  meetings and Mr.' Boothroyd has ^ made  some of the finer contemporary films' available to us quite shortly after their release in Vancouver. Films, such as Cabaret, Clockwork Orange and The Tales of  Peter Rabbit for example. I think that as  a small community we are exceptionally  well served in this respect and I for one  would like to express my gratitude.  ,        '   JANET WEBB  RR 2, Gibsons  Vote disappoints teen  Editor, The Times       V |m  . Sir: I am a student of Elphinstone Secondary School and 1 would like to comment on the election held Apri|. 14^1973,  re: recreation centre; I am sure the'.maj-  ority of- the teenagers and others were  very disappointed at the results.  Many out-of-towners came up tovote  "No'* at this election because they didn't  want their taxes raised. Most ,of'. them  bought property up here for Iov/7taxes  compared to where they might be living  now. But then of course they probably already have a recreation centre in the town  town in which they live so they don't  really need to be paying taxes for the  use of two, do they?  Also, many complaints. ��� have been  made about teenagers walking the streets  and loitering. I think if there was more  recreation around here for the kids, this  would stop.   '  I also noticed the advertisement in  your paper about vote 'No' for the election. It probably cost quite a bit of money  for such a big section of the paper. Enough that it would have probably paid  for one or two of somebody's taxes toward the centre.  I will soon be part of the future society and would be willing to pay the little  extra in my taxes. I personally feel the  people of this community and the out-of-  towners that came Up here to vote "No*  xeally don't understand how little the  taxes average out to per year and understand how much we need the centre,  ,*__.  ::-.;.*_��?*  ^^-���y,"  trustees towards the general membership  of the hospital society. It is almost as if  it's a secret group. The amount of information obtained by the general membership was absolutely nil I don't see  how a business such as the hospital can  run as smoothly and beautifully every  year.  The reports submitted by each committee and individual are so full of goodness and roses that they are unbelievable.  1 think it's about time that the general  public got interested in the hospital society and started to see if this bed of  roses we are presented with is as good  as it's made to seem.  The complete lack of democracy even  extended into the election of trustees.  The nominating committee of which few  knew existed,, had approached four .persons to seek the four vacancies that were  open this year. Never, as amember, were  we informed of litis committee's existence  except to hear that it had closed. The  membership was informed at the meeting  that these persons were well qualified' to  seek the positions but we were not told  of their qualifications or what criterion  . had been set out although I am sure they  must be well qualified.  I, nevertheless, feel that the general  membership should also be informed of  their qualifications before a well thought  out vote could be made. I also disagreed  with the board's method of using the  ballot. ��The four, persons, nominated by  the nominating committee were .printed  on the ballot and I feel this was prejudiced to the one person who let her name'  be presented. from the floor. Surely all  people who are willing to serve in community positions should be given the  same chance as those selected by so-  called closed committees.  But then, perhaps it is not who you  know but who you work with.  (Concerned members of  St. Mary's Hospital Society)  A compelling urge  Editor, The Times,  Sir:  Please  forgive  me for  writing  again, but writing to the editor is a com-  < pelling urge in some of the aged, like  diaper rash in babies, also the result of  a compelling urge.  We are interested in the tourist trade  and good luck to it and the beneficiaries  therefrom, long may their zlotys increase.  To dwellers on 101 it's a pain in the  heck���the roar of the speeding cars, oh  windless days the carbonmonoxide, the  slaughter of cats���we have lost three out  of five in the last month. That is because 'the local citizenry and citiaenes-  sery drive a sedate 40 mph while the  visitors do 60 to 70 being in a hurry to  get as far as possible from Vancouver  (they are in ju^st as big a hurry to get  back) and they overtake against the  White line soothe .cats ,mi_ju<  dollars and an equal number from Call-,  fornia spend the same amount in B.C.,  is that a standoff as in poker, or does  it somehow benefit California to B.C.?  Or is it that \ B.C. should make itself more  attractive-than Cal to attract more money? Me, I dunno, somebody tell me.  ��� Anyway, during eternity I shall get  permission to fly down here once in a  while to ��� see how things pan out, so  keep the teapot handy, chums, in case  I drop in. Nabob tea, mind you.  Sechelt- J. S. BROWNING  CT  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Ros. 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks  ��. f_ (Mkkey) COE  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd, - Bon Jacobson Motors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  i&.&gDi'aA?*-' %-AiA^AAw"A-;^'A ���Kh'"y..A:/- . Incidentally; .when' will 'Mr  :*#**��._i_iJL_.'. __-���_--���__-_���--L^ ���.. ��� '<',''.' ;���"!"���    ' .'  1~.. -** J.-:_4.J���- -o.n   _���__ ..._x ..  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR WATERWORKS DIST.  ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  SUNDAY, APRIL 29 - 2 P.ML  COMMUNITY HALL - MADEIRA PARK  Superior  Fast, Dependable Service  ��� DRIVEWAYS  ��� PARKING LOTS  ��� SUBDIVISIONS  Froo Estimates with no obligation.  reedy politicians  Editor/The Times  Sir: It is high time that the public  put, their foot down on the rash of increases in pay that have emanated from  the centers of government in this country.  I refer of course, to the MPs, the  MLAs and sundry civic electees.  Negotiated raises by militant unions are  models of ethical and responsible behaviour in comparison.  It is clear that anyone who stands for.  elected office knows in advance and has  tacitly.agreed to the terms of employment  before, they run for office.  The terms of employment include the  time and length of the term as well as  the stipend attached thereto.  Any unilateral abrogation of these  terms is a breach of contract.  The powers of office rightly allow for  an adjustment in salary but ethically it  should not apply until after a following  election. This will have the direct: affect  of allowing the voter to approve or reject  the raise in pay for that specific office.  In the U.S. where this principle applies  (federally) it has had the salutary effect  of staying the hand of the greedy. We  could well profit by adopting this principle for Canada.  To my knowledge the only politician  who had the guts to stand on principle in-1  stead of grabbing the money was that  stubborn Liberal, Paul St..Pierre, ex-MP,  for Coast Chilcotln. ���  He spoke against the last federal raise  (a justified one) and never did accept a  penny. With him a deal is a deal. Too bad '  there aren't more like him.  In this respect those staunch friends  of tho people (read labor), the NDP, have  acted contrary to their stated principles  but well in line with the inflationary policies of the CLC.  The Socrcds, with all their faults, were  pure as tho driven snow, on their record!  When is the public going to get back  to first principles nnd insist that their representatives do the same. Write a letter  indicating your approval or rejection to  tho area representatives.  NORMAN WATSON  Sechelt  Society meet disgusts  Editor, Tho Times, ,  Sir: Last Monday evening, April 10,  I wao given tho so-called extreme1 privilege of attending tho St. Mary's Ijfotipital  5~v��ln(i/ tv��Artal^�� ���  r _-   . -    -  Mr. Strachan  lay off. painting B.C. red just long enough .  to paint the white lines whiter? At present they are like the equator���an imaginary line���or was it menagerie lion.  But the tourist trade will flourish.  Why?' Because, for instance, quite soon  one man will push a button which will  set in motion the' manufacture and assembly of a million cars, another, the  making of billions of pills to cure anything from an inflamed esophagus to  ingrowing toenails. So very few people  will have anything to do, except the  push-buttoneers union picketing the push  button while the pushbuttoneer goes on  strike.  Also so many will have no home.  Why? Because they will not be allowed  to build on farm land, nor spoil the  ecology of pretty places, nor sides or tops  of mountains, or put up high-rise apartments.-So they will live In campers and  go  touring.  There is just one thing my uneducated mind does not grasp (I was a dropout at 10); i.e. if 10,000 people from B.C.  visit   California  spending   say   1,000,000  Beach inaccessible  Editor,' The Times,  Sir: "One block from the beach" were  some of the .magic words that lured us  when choosing a piece of land on the  Sunshine' Coast.  One block from the beach... yet for  five" years, whenever we want to reach  the beach we drive two to four miles to  get there.  We could simply walk that one block  to the beach directly from where we  live: neighbors have pointed the way to  us; but the final, stretch is neglected and  precipitous.  Whose job is it to make this access  accessible?  We could walk two blocks to the  beach... one'block along the highway,  then a second block down to the next  beach access... but we would probably  trespass a dozen times before finding,  this particular beach access. Six years  ago we actually enquired of people living  in that immediate vicinity, and these  people were either unable or unwilling  to part with this information.  So we drive two to four .miles to  reach the beach, whilst living within  one block, of it.  7  I would like to see every beach access  neatly but unmistakably posted . "beach  access."  I would also, like to see every beach  access made accessible,- with steps for  secure footing -. and a sturdy handrail  The steps and handrail could be made  from local materials such as stones and  logs.  If enough people feel the need to  make the coast of the Sunshine Coast  truly available to all of the residents, let  us find out which authority; to approach  with our request for this overdue improvement.  Let us act now and walk one block  to the beac& this summer. 7 ���'���.  JEAN SHERIDAN  RR 2,  Gibsons  Editorial under fire  Editor, The Tirhes ,  Sir: Although your editorial inquest on  the recreation centre ��� referendum may  have been written tongue in cheek, nevertheless I'll rise to the bait by saying that  in ^your arguments are several big holes  through which one could drive a double  decker bus!  You only presume that, "The people  who wanted the centre most (?) .. didn't  even bother to turn out . . .'.'��� In this free-  loading age isn't it rather illogical to argue that those who "Would benefit most"  didn't plump for such an elleged bargain  of pleasure, particularly when the major  part of the cost ojLthat pleasure would be  bofne by oth^^Hp would most likely,  nevjer go near 4he centre? --��� ���   However it may be logical to presume  that more and more people are beginning  to see the advantages of recreational facilities built right in the heart of the community rather than out in the middle of  nowhere!  Obviously, this was the feeling of Pender Harbour, and laterly Halfmoon Bay  residents, when they indicated their disapproval of the centre concept. Are you  aware, Mr. Editor, that prior to the second vote being taken many Halfmoon Bay  taxpayers did thru their regional board  representative, try to opt out without going through the antic of a referendum:  that this request was refused?  You continue: "A letter was sent to  non-resident voters urging them to cast a  NO vote. This (you said) is perfectly legitimate but dirty pool". Allow me to enlighten you in your obvious,ignorance of  the fact that the letter "pattern" was set  up by none other than your recreation  centre committee who, last year, mailed  out circulars to all non-resident voters  eulogizing the attractions of "This urgently needed facility" and pressing the rea  der of the circular to vote Yes. Are you  and your committee friends so bitterly  partisan that you would deny the opposition the right to publicize their case in a  similar, fashion?  In view of .the' above, your argument  that "Vancouver voters cast an uninformed yotr^is disposed of by the factjthat  and   his  henchmen   gave   these  ncouver voters the full publicity treatment: I read it���I still have it.  Next you really floor me with the inspired statement that "The recreation  centre should be for the use of people who.  permanently reside on the Sunshine  Coast and persons who make their summer homes here should not be allowed to  vote"! Isn't that a dandy piece of democratic philosophy? To hell with Voltaire  and all his jazz! To develop that.line of  xenophobic thought to it's logical conclusion you should immediately institute a  campaign urging those of your readers  who are in the process of peddling their  property (at fantastic prices) to "cease  and desist" from such rewarding practices in order to keep out those undesirable Vancouver spoilers who only come  here to establish, themselves as "summer  residence" nuisances. *--  Or, more realistically you might face  up to the fact that the centre idea did not  generate sufficient voter interest, despite  the sermons delivered by such heavies as  a retired priest who preached to the pensioners of this area from a "Comfortable  Pew" in Sechelt..  Such was the hysteria produced by  your companions that in their eyes to  even talk against the .centre was something akin to blaspheming motherhood,  although e venthat ancient art is when  practiced in multiples, coming under increasing fire from the. environmentalists.  If we of the opposition had gone down  to defeat we would have acepted that  defeat in good grace instead of acting like  spoiled, petulant children. Why don't you  and your committee associates do like-,  wise? ���"���������'.'  ED BIRCHENALL  Note: You can.rest assure that there  will be no organized, resistance to the  forthcoming, school referendum. As the  recipient of a pension I'm neither for it  or 'ag_n' it! It's strictly up the residents;  In this Pm neutral Now if it was on  teachers' salaries .". .  renominated  HARRY Olaussen, NDP member of parliament for Coast-Chilcotin, will contest the next federal election. Olaussen  was renominated at a convention in Powell River on April 14 and 15.  Two hundred persons attended the  banquet Saturday evening. They heard  Olaussen pledge his determination and  dedication to see that the federal government passes legislation which will benefit  the average Canadian.  Olaussen- said, "We will not defeat  the government as long as it brings in  legislation that we can support. The test  will come after, the Easter recess. The  government has announced thai it.wi"  introduce legislation' to lower corporate  income tax from 49 to 40 percent. We  have made our opposition to these tax  concessions very clear. We will vote  against them! The survival of the government depends upon the Tories���they  have been lobbied by the Canadian Manufacturers Association to support these  measures!"  Mark Rose, NDP member of parliament for Praser Valley West, was guest  speaker at the banquet. He stated that  when the NDP caucus met after the last  election, it decided to put forward a positive program.  "We decided that we would act to  get legislation of benefit to Canadians  rather than merely react to measures  introduced by the government."  Rose listed accomplishments made possible by pressure from the NDP���increased old age pensions and veterans'  allowances, reduction of personal income  tax, improved legislation to control foreign takeover of Canadian companies,  measures to lessen the tax burden on the  family farm, and moves toward the recognition of Indian rights.  >4*v*��I��^"^*  ����ft-����  m  SK'  ></<>,  ���\?  h  M��  ������<, ivW_t mm> *''l~C,__> _> ���!  Society meeting aa I was one of tho some  100 persons who possessed a society membership in excess of .10 days prior to tho  l3^*j;j��s  ASK ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICE  ON ANY PUBLIC RECREATION FACILITIES.  Phone 886-2913  Kustcd with a meeting in my SSSn life  U was a complete waste of my time and  everyone else's who nttonrlo.,      ���   ���d  _fU _i fc * 3*  UN*'**  * # * 1 #"f  PAY$  ONLY  for this AM RADIO  WHEN YOU APPLY FOR A  GAMBLES CANADA  ACCOUNT CARD  OFFER OPEN TO PERSONS  18 YEARS AND OVER  The meeting bad   been no organized  before  the  gerienil  if   four  *ffifi^^'^^'J?*^ ^fi^'J^^TT' 7.  public arrived, that  questions had not been, asked  during tho meeting, it would have been  over In, about 10 minutes. It was so  fiprndlly done that I ho trensurer nnlced for  Iho appointment of tho auditor for tho  ,v��!��r and thoy had been nppolntrjd nbout  five minutes before. Now maybe some  people think that Is the way a good meeting should l>o run but I feel that' tho  general public In being shown very poor  lack  of  consideration.  There  la  absolu-  MACLEODS  Authorised Deolor  OFFER EXPIRES MAY 19  TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD.  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'-'77  ���!��>'.,?������.,'>';������:';. ^;:..y;j��� '���������*"< :  CHAPARRAL: by Ventura  $*l.95  >% Sll^K^^  The United Church of Conodb  SERVICES ���    '    .  .'  '' St. John's Units- Church - Davb Boy.  Sunday Ssrvieos - 9:30 o.m.  Robsrts Crook United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m  Gibsons Unit*. Church N  Good Friday Servtco 7:30 p.m.  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Gibsons Pentecostal  Highway & Martin-  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.   *.  Services 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.  .' Phone 886-7107  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay.Road at Arbutus   v  -Sunday School 10 a.m.  Services 11:15 a.m. & 7 p.m  Prayer & Bible Study,  Wed. at 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: Samuel Cassells.  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Rood, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:3^0 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 o.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BBTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Family Worship Hour ��� Sunday  Time for Children in the Chapel  11:15 to 12:15v  Prayer and Bible Study, Wednesday 7 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor    v  7  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25, 1973  Pender Harbour Lions Club  Wish to express their appreciation to the residents of Pender Harbour  who so kindly donated items for our successful auction. We also thank  the many people who attended.  ; ZJItanh  UJou  IT MUST BE spring because Camp  Olave outgoing caretaker, Frank  Bonin, left, and incomping caretaker,  Bill Lamb are putting up the wooden  sign at the entrance to the Girl Guide  camp. Lamb replaces Bonin as caretaker of the camp. Both men are  retired roaster warrant; officers.  Heart disease killed oyer 78,000 Canadians in 1970.  q_____________B_i  ilW-lllr-M-ll-IWIIWIIIIMIHW^  L^fnn6  L^c  mnd  L^oiffured  will be closed  May 3rd, 4th and 5th  Ann has moved and is now located  /*       next to Neven's TV.  #_rv*iwi#w#wvtj_nn__fi^^ ,.  PHONE 886-2322  Marine Drive, Gibsons, B.C.  ���CLOSED MONDAYS���  l_MIU_UUIi_IMI__U_-_^^  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Sunshine Coastings;  ���from page 1  ters with Frank Decker, optometrist  from Gibsons.  Several Davis Bay residents feared ah oil -spill following a barge unloading at the pier. The Times looked  around but no signs of oil could be  found. It's good to know that people  are keeping their eyes open for spills.  Non-tidal sport fishing  summary now available  THE 1973 summary of British Columbia  non-tidal sport fishing regulations are  now being distributed throughout the  province, it is announced by Dr. James  Hatter, director of the Fish and Wildlife  Branch.  Copies of the summary, of, which  325,000 have been printed,, will be available from all Fish and Wildlife Branch  ���mt    -_.._t      *____. v      v_s-    v offices,   government  agents,   and  public  Maybe it's old hat to longtasv outiets m the next few days.  There are a few changes in the regulations and fishermen'are urged to obtain  a copy for specific information covering  the Various regions of the province.  FORECAST  SPRING  NOW!  Spring Tune-up Time  You'll want to cruise or fish In-  between spring showers ... so bring  your MerCruiser in EARLY for that  Spring Tune-up.  Madeira  Park  COHO MARINA  Phone  883-2248  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Plooso noto that space Is limited ond some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot olwoys carry full details.  DBaB-D0DBa._BaBBDB-Q-BBD___D_QEI_B...DSBBB_BBB-B-BQBaD-_Bn-E!l  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Secholt Leolon Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  now members welcome,  EVERY\rVEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building, Secholt.  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m., Dingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Centro, 1:30-3:00  April 27���L.A. Spring Tea & Homo Cooking. Roberta Crook Legion Hall,  at 2:00 p.m.  April 20���10:00 a.m., TOPS # B.C. 1726 Rummage Sale, Gibsons  Anglican Church Hall.  April 2fl���Sochelt Garden Spring Flower Show and Art Display, 2 to 6  p.m., St. Hilda's Hall, Sochelt.  April 30���Pondor Harbour Tops Club, over/ Monday, 7:30 p.m., Gordon  Bay club houso. Now members welcome,  May 5���Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary May Flesto, Smorgasbord and Donee,  Gibsons Legion Hall.  May 9���Ponder Harbour Auxiliary, Madeira Park.  Moy 14���0;00 p.m,, Issues of May 2nd and May 9th Branch No. HO,  Royal Canadian Loglon Ladles' Auxiliary, regular mooting  changed to May 14th In the new ball,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Lilting Strvlsf  V^ncouvf* ,^JR��o.���>��� IttaN  ,'"'7':''''' ,    Hoard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Miono 885-2235 (24-Hour��) Bo* 128, Sochelt, B.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5838  /  fisherman, but Jean Mercer of Secret  Cove tells me that she recently saw  a fisherman i_idiB5triou_iy working  on tne pier. She was .curious ,Wid  walked over to see what he was doing. He was using a horse's curry  comb to clean the scales off a blue-  back; "It worked beautifully," says  Jean. Farmers and fishermen can  work together successfully, it ap-;  pears. Tne fisherman was from Ab-  botsford. Another tourist. ^7  Patsy Murphy of Halfmoon ftaiy  has just returned from six weeks in  Dublin. Renewing her brogue, - no  doubt. She says prices are fcugh&iri  the old country with meat running  about the same as here, only wages  are much lower. 71 ���  7 There was fttt$e*8ign of #ie|ui_e_s��  that is roC__rig ^North em ^welip^  There were a couple^^bomify scares.  Incidently, daughter Deirdre Murphy won first place in the Kiwanis  music festival in Vancouver. More  about that nejet week.  It doesn't take long to pick over  the spoils. The Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club has advertised for  disposition of 75 acres of adjacent  crown land. The land in question?  None other than the late, lamented  recreation centre site.  Back to that subject for a moment. Figures released showed that  a total of 243 out-of-town votes were  cast in the recreation centre referendum April 14. It can be assumed that  the bulk of them were opposed to  the centre.  Those figures are for the regional  district only and don't include the  Villages of Gibsons or Secholt.,  We still maintain that one person  should have one vote. That vote  should be used by anyone whether  he is a homeowner or a renter.' The  only stipulation must be that he votes  in the electoral area, village or riding  (provincial and federal) in which he  is a permanent resident.  Votes should not be predicated on  landownershlp. In a true democracy  everyone should be entitled to vote.  Registration should be once and if  a person misses a vote, be it municipal, provincial or federal, then his  name should be taken, from tho  voters' list and that person, if ho  wants to vote again, must reregister. Tho onus should be on the individual to see that he is properly registered. Corporations should not bo  allowed to cast votes.  Gordon Dixon, works superintendent for tho regional district thinks  the people in the Norwoat Bay Road  area arc very patient. Water was  turned off for the morning one day  last week and duo to unforeseen difficulties, it was not turned back on  until, in some cases, 5 p.m. Thanks  very much for your cooperation, says  Gordle. Thero wasn't ono person  complaining. ,  Thoro are lots of hitchhikers but  don't worry about some of ithoso  swoct young things that you soo with  their thumbs out.  A friend of mlno who picked up  a girl recently noted that she was  packing n great, big old hub cap and  ho asked her what it was for. She  said thot It's her protection In enso  sho Is evor molested.  "Do you always carry it?" asks  my friend.  "No," sho soys sweetly, "I usually carry a baseball bat."  Her little brother must have reclaimed it because Pony, Bronco and  Pinto baseball starts In the ftron May  2. See the sports page for tho schedule.  Canadian coronary care units reduce  mortality rates by 30 per cent.  DIVORCE  $50 DOWN ��� ONLY $23/mo.  (Include* tho service of your lawyer)  ASTON CREDIT  CORPORATION  211 Rogers Blag.  470 Granville, Vancouver  687.2835  j.;Open Sot. |or your cor,yenlence.  " *'     '  '      '"'        -"���r^__LJ________L  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  SUMMiR SCHEDULE  VANCOUVER - VICTORIA  Effective April 19 to September 23  inclusive.  Daily sailings depart from f sawwassen and  Swartz Bay.  *    HOURLY SERVICE  7:00 am to 10:00 pm inclusive  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO  Effective April 19 to June 28 inclusive  Daily sailings depart from Horseshoe Bay  and Departure Bay.  6:15, -7:15, 8:30, 9:30;  10:45,  11:45 am  7 1:00, 2:00, 3:15. 4:15,: 5:30, 6:30,  7:45,  8:45, 10:00,11:00 pm: V      "���",-'���������"  INCREASED SCHEDULE  ,    HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Effective April 19, 22, 23 only  Leave Langdale 6:45, 9:00. 11:15 am, 1:30,  3:00,3:45, 5:00,6:10, 7:00, 8:30 pm.  Leave Horseshoe Bay 7:55,  10:10,am,  12:25^2:40, 4:00, 4:55, 6:00, 7:20, 8:00,  10:10 pm,  Effective April 20 and 21 only  . Leave Langdale 6:45, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00,  11:15 am, 12:15, 1:30, 3:45; 6:10, 8:10 pm.  Leave Horseshoe Bay 7:55, 9:00, 10:10,  11:00 am, 12:25, 1:30, 2:40, 4:55, 7:20,  10:10 pm.  British Columbia Ferries  Vancouver Tsawwassen 943-2221  Vict-ria Swartz Bay>656-1194  ' Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  Nanaimb 753-1261   Langdale 886-2242  Complete Ferry schedules available at your nearest Auto  .     Club, Tourist Information Booth or Ferry Terminal.  &&������  4goodreasons  why Gulf doesn't  have tire sales.  Gulf announces year-round  low tire prices.  Every yoar around this limo everyono has tiro sain  Well, nl Gull wo don't havo to ollor you any special deals  because wo havo low prices every day o| iho year. And;  Gull branded tiros como with a gunrantoo thai is honoured  at over 30,000 Gull donlors throuohoul North America  l. Wide-Track whitewalls  Doll.ir lor doil.ir Dull s Imsl l)��v Hu< iniwt.c;. n 11  lorlhr>!i��wl>��piAr)lo_ivf>i>|>lr).',!>fti)OMi'i>"i I n ������ n"  lirn l��ir lii(|hwny  Our bnM Millmi|1itii in I't; '  2. Wide-Track 2  2 belted  Polyester whitewalls  $2495  3. 4-ply Nylon blackwalls  $1595  Gulf s lowtir.t pruttid tin? n_i;ommeruJo_l hv iltoi.0 who  pliinln flnvrt uploDOOOOniiit.'h  Ihnitiinh.i'i lull 4.ply nylon cnnslruclion  Wide-Track  4. Polyester/Fibreglass  belted whitewalls  $2995  fn0M______ ^hsW    l7au  Dili liii'illjiilluilliiii'iliri, n>r.imm)iiiuli>il I111 Vvv.ii Mm  nl,in 10 (into up lo .T.i 000 niiliiv  11111 l.miitil |Hilyni,|i!r/tiliiii(|lii>,;i commmicIkhi mill tl-rili  'I',II11II'1.1(111 ll^ll I0ll(|i!l |fl>,|(l 't'l'  I' IMI'I l'.llM|lint|(||H| hlllli'l  ii' J'On'il) /loilofinunfM  OiilltilKliI wilurtl/ultoiffirii Hi'Cdin  inanrlnil Im Hid'.ii wlin pl.W in rtrivii uj; Id 111) 00(1  iiiilnn  ThnlmiliMli iin<.ilriin|iiiiirifi|ui:ifilrii,ii|  r<iitor|Kiii nl lli'ltl ii|inml |u qivu l(i|l(|(ic timid Mn  Com* to wh*r�� lh�� Good Valuta are.  Com. lo Cull.  SHOCK ABSCcdEft  SPECIAL  $8.95 each  (sugg. retail prlco $10.95)  Quol|ty Standard Duty Shock Absorbers  INSTALLATION EXTRA  Peninsula Motor  roducts (1957) Ltd  TEL.: 885-2111  SECHEtT, B.C. I       I-'-  At Gibsons Elementary ... .  School concert draws  200 parents, friends  GIBSONS���A Gibsons Elementary School  concert attracted an audience of 200  on April 18.  After a welcome to the parents given  by the principal, the..children took over  and presented a variety of weil-rehearsed  entertainment for their parents and  friends. Many parents commented on the  high calibre of the performances by the  youngsters and of the laudable hard  work evident on.the part of teachers of  ;music, drama and gymnastics. '  The children in Miss Fubco's third  year class, presented very capably their  two-part singing and rhythm accompaniment as they had done a few weeks previous at the primary concert. The drama  club under the direction of Colleen Johnson presented ''Who Will Bell the Cat?"  with a new twist to the plot which saw  the cat tricked into puttHig the bell  around his own neck. The young actors  delivered their lines with lively action  and charmed the audience with their  skill. A choral recitation "The Old Lady  Who Swallowed a Fly" by other members  .of the drama club delightfully brought  put the humor of the poem.  Mr. Pope and the youngsters in the  band presented a musical'record of their  progress in instrumental music from an  amusing single note number to represent  their first few weeks of practice to an  intriguing two part real band number.  The school choir sang with gusto and  well-disciplined control especially in a  novelty number "Saturday" and then  joined the band in a resounding arrange-  ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of Gibsons elementary school's recent open  house \vas singing by the ��rade 1  and" 2 choir. Conductor was Mrs.  Alma White.  Pianist was Mrs.  J.  Guidon.  ,   _      .    .       .    _��__-_ ���������  ment of "Born Free" written by Mr. Pope.  ��� The gymnastics, trim 1 y attired in  shorts and T-shirts presented a well-  paced sequence "of basic forms of mat-  work from simple forward rolls to more  complicated moves on the vaulting box.  The pyramids were formed with an easy  grace that commends the work of instructor, Dave RempeXiand the children  he has trained.  About 140 pupils took part'in the concert and their performance is representative of activities available to all pupils.  The proceeds from the admission charge  will be used for a school project that is  yet to be decided upon. This year the  school with money raised in previous  years has bought a large pottery, kiln,  audio-visual equipment and a potter's  wheel, to augment the regular school  budget.  Library unit  may be formed  SECHELT���A-library society may be for-  , mejj so that grants could be obtained  from .Victoria.  Village clerk Neil Sutherland was appointed to look into the matter after a  delegation of members of the Sechelt library board attended last week's council'  meeting.  Mrs. Ada Dawe told the village coun-N  cil that the members were strictly volunteers ahd main-funds were-from charging  $2 perjfarnih/ membership.  Mrs] Dawe outlined the expenses the  board faces with the present system.  Ma^or Ben Lang .old the delegation  that the village has budgetted $1,500 fof  ^capital; improvements on the library  building. He added that he feljt members  of the ;board hadx been doing much more  than tHey were required to do.  Mrs7'Dawe said that the library, had  circulated 1,574 books last year.  Clerk Sutherland suggested that the library could be a function of the Sunshine  Coast.^Regional District but delegate Ad-  ele deLange said that such duties are not  included in the letters patent of the district. She suggested that a Sechelt and  District library society be formed and registered.  Members of the ��� library board also  asked that a sigh be prepared pointing  out the direction of the library.  In other business, Mayor Ijang reported that Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy of  Halfmoon Bay would represent the village  in Sea Cavalcade tour of Vancouver, Vic: ���  toria and Na'naimo May 1 and 2: The tour  will meet with the mayor of the three cities and Premier Dave Barrett.  Lang said that Murphy is a member  of the village's recreation commission  whichj. is sponsoring Sechelt Timber Days  May 18, 19. He said that it would be a  good opportunity to publicize tjtve logging  festival' which replaces May Day.  A note of thanks i from retired village  clerk5.'Ted Rayner was read to council.  Council,presented Rayner with a crystal  bowl> at a quiet retirement party at the  previous council meeting.  Aklermen doubled their indemnities by  giving second and third readings to the  Sechelt Councillor Indemnity Bylaw.  Under the bylaw the mayor's indemnity  will Increase to $1,000 from $530 annually  and aldermanic indemnities will increase  from $212 to $500. Councillors will still  , be among the lowest paid in the province,  said ''Sutherland.  MISS Bee now has little chimes, similar  to her own store chimes���come and  see.^Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  i/      >  i  Wedneadoy, April 25, ^973 .,   *��� The Peninsula Timet  Page 5  ___.  We are in the "market for  SHINGLE & SHAKE  BOLTS  ��  UP TO $110.00 PER CORD  ��� OVER. 5 CORDS PICKED UP  �� CASH FOR EVERY LOAD  ������-'���.."���_:- 7 Ask of D. Wood at:  INTERNATIONAL SHAKES LTD.  2855 Comox Road/ Courtenay/Ph. 339-3906  S400.00CASH  AND A GOLD MEDAL!  Write a simple,,straightforward letter in your own words on the  _ value and function of your local newspaper,  and send it to The Times.  Letters should not be less than 250 words, nor more than 700.  The subject is "Our Hometown Paper" and the judges are not  looking for polished literary expression, but a clear, frank  expression of your opinion as to what a local newspaper should  do, how it is.expected to serve its community and its readers,  what it means to you, your family, your town. The judges will  not look for excessively high praise for the paper, but rather  an understanding of the function of a local newspaper.  This contest is open to all readers of The Times and other  Canadian Community Newspaper Association member-papers  across Canada. The first contest was won by a Grantham's  Landing reader.  . ir Your entry must be in The Times office not later than 5 p.m.  Friday, May 18. Leading entries will be published in The Times,  then forwarded to Montreal for final judging.  DEADLINE: 5 p.m., Friday, May 18, 1973.  BETTER BUY  MARGARINE  MALKINS PURE  APPLE JUICE  11b. PKG.  1    -  48 oi.  TIN  %  SEVEN FARMS  CHEESE SLICES  BONUS PICNIC  CHICKEN  T/jt___rT PUR,TAN  f SOUP  TOMATO or VEGETABLE  PKGS.  FOR  30 oi. TIN  $100  10 o_.  TINS  DUTCH OVEN  CRISPY  CRACKERS  CAKE MIXES  __M  ROBIN HOOD  , mviuroon  , su�� oioroiAn  . ��i��r��  10 o.. PKG, FOR  t  PANTRY SHEIF  FLAKED  LIGHT  TUNA  BEANS ��������� PORK  MALKINS  14 oi, TIN  I*  ROBIN HOOD  All l'lH|>010  16 01.  PKG.  PAPER TOWELS  21-OC  viva  ASSOKH.0  COIORS  ROll  PACK I  iACARONl DINNER  w  CATELLI  wiihchiimi  maw  /AiPKoT^iB^r-OR  PRICES  EFFECTIVE:  THURSDAY,  FRL.  SATURDAY - APRIL 26-27-28  -i:, ,..;��� ,;; ,:i ,  Wo Rosorvo tho Right  to Limit Qutintitlos.  Thl�� Trade Mork  (��� your Ai-uranc-  of Quality  H      jmim��y����..rv...,..i.,..,..,,....uuin, |n,|,n  ky Dollar FOODS  .���.-.��� �����..������a,,- ^.^.^.^.^.^.......^���.......���.,,..-,   ���   ,���������     .,     ,   ______. .,_.*jl_'"!!_TlT._____^j!_��_nTiAl. torrtir^ _frit��iirW _  OSbisons, B.C.  Your Dollar Buys  M6ro at Your  Lucky Dollar Fooda  CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF  BLADE ROAST  BABY FOOD  BABY CEREAL  2 u9c  TEA BAGS  p��G 89  BUNDLE BARS  FRESH GROUND BEEF _ 85c"      75��  RAZOR BLADES  69c  ��� TENDER  ���DELICIOUS  BLADE BONE  REH0VED  $109  LB.  HEIN2  STRAINED  SWTIM-  INFANT  ASSORTED  8oi. PKG.  THE TEA  60s  SWIFT'S PREMIUM  EVERSWEET flY "flic      SWIFT'S PREMIUM  SIPE BACON.!".? lb. 19     BOLOGNA  By THE  piece  BANQUET  BEEF-CHICKEN. TURKEY,  i _Rn0Z,E�� IMEAT PIES  I favorites!  A-y  m  $100  SCHICK  STAINLESS STEEL  Double Edge *y   p^n  Box.  PIES  fZ   WESPAC  Z,   FRENCH  FRIES  21b.  PKG.  FOR'  FRESH DELICIOUSPRODUCE  ORANGES  CALIFORNIA M M  t%/t.  NAVEL        a ��,,. Qri  CHOICE  CANTALOUPE  CAN. GR. No. 1  ULBFL0WEI  CANADA No, 1  IMrOftTED  EACH  EACH  WHITE SPINE  CUCUMBERS  No. 1  HOTHOUSB  EACH  CHOCOLATE  DRINK  PERFEX  Full Stiongll  HDBY'S  QUIK  BLEACH  120 oi, JUG   if   ^_P  ALPHAGHETTI  2 49c  14 o��. TIN __-- fOR     HI W  CHIPITS  .2.65'  MUSHROOMS  SEMI SWEET  CHOCOtATE  MA1INO  SUCEO  lOoi.TIN  2.69  SALAD DRESSING  C KRAFT _8B_ _*__,��.  TT CAIORIEWISE ��_iim|j  KRAFT  CAIORIE WISE  A Vcnlollot  Ooi.nu. _Mll_r  FRUIT CUPS  MRS. WltlMAN'S  6'i  PKO/  vf)  *,, W77777f7757t��^  .\\  i  \  ''__%__*���_�����__��        * PH0!NE 885-9654 -  ��� ____*��� �����__-���� 885-26135 - 866-2121  For Fast Ad-Brief Service  Page 6���The Peninsula Time., Wednesday/April 25,1973    RgAL ^TATE (Con't) WANTED  Warned To Rent (continued)    MOBILE HOMES (Con't)  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Published Wednesdays by *  Powell   River  News Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  '  ot Sechelt,, B.C.  Established 1963  Box Numbers.  50c extra  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  ' September 30, 1972     -  Gross Circulation 3350  Paid Circulation 2727 .  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subjecf to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  ���One Insertion  s���$1.10  Three  Insertions -, -r$2-20  Extra lines (4 words) _____ 30c  (This rote does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  - publication date"  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage ond Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and 30c per line after that. Four  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:,  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $7.00 yr.  U.S.A.  $9.00 yr.  Overseas    $10.00 yr.  SUMMER cottage, waterfront  ' or semi waterfront. ;Call 112-  922-1980 collect. .  2155-22  TWO five acre blocks, elevat-  ���ed property within village  of Sechelt.-In popular subdivision wea. Write Box- '310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt. -  3334fn  LOCAL business for sale. Call  885-2125, ask for Terry.       \  2075-22  BOAT   trailer.   Light  weight,  good condition. 886-7233.  2147-22  HELP WANTED  Special Citisans,  .,   \  Local Area _  Canada    Single Copies    .$3.50  -$400   15c  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 low.  ,  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services,.at  a wrong price, goods or services moy not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and'may  be withdrawn ot 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 foe at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is mode 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.. _ ���' ' .   :;..v ,.'������./   . :' ~]-:H''-':- "������.- . --  ..  '-' 7'  PROPERTY for sale, beautiful  % acre lake front property,  100 ft. bordering lake, Pender  Harbour area. Phone 886-2667  ���after 5 p.m.      ,        1950-22  Attractive duplex in desirable  location close to. ferry. Each  ���unit"960 sq. ft.- plus deck-and  patio. A-oil heat. Garden nicely developed. $39,500. Full  price.  ONLY SIX YEARS OLD: Immaculate waterfront home. 2  nice bedrooms,. 4 pee. vanity  bath, spacious 14x18 living  room has fireplace and opens  to .large sun- room. Modern cabinet kitchen, dining room. "Utility. 3 - car garage has space  under for storage. Cash to 6%  per cent mortgage.  COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY! Yearly revenue $7,980. from well maintained; building. Can be expanded to increase revenue considerably. On sewer. Call in  at office for complete details.  -   LISTINGS .WANTED!  BIRTHS  ,      GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  '. . . are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  emtenas Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ROBIN and Betty Baillie of  Sechelt are pleased to announce the birth of. a son,  Jeremy. Born April 16 at 4:45  p.m., St. Mary's Hospital.  2130-22  CARD OF THANKS  WE would -like to thank very  sincerely all friends Who  sent cards, flowers, and who  attended the Memorial Service  for Jim. A special thanks to  Rev. Brown for his kind words  and help and for the lovely  memorial service he gave; A  very special thank you to my  dear friends Mary and Jack  Morris. Their help, their kindness their thoughtfulness, all  the time they spent with us  and we with,^hfm,.I. just can't  express. These'^-re^e^letwlio  I am proud to call friends.:  Friends in timeof need are  friends indeed.��� Eva, Derek  and Leslie Setchfield.   1925-22  MR. K. F. Nickerson and family wish to thank friends and  relatives for the messages of  sympathy and beautiful floral  offerings tendered on our recent bereavement.        2131-22  WE would like to thank all  those who did baking, served, helped in tho kitchen or  aided us in any way that made  our tea a success. From the  ladies of St. James' United  Church. , .    2133-22  PERSONAL  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. Box 1665, Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1665-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings  8:30 p.m.,  Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327.  8057-tfn  PERSONAL (Continued)  ������^������i-M      i  '_'  i-  i ji.n-i���    -     i     i  ii .a.1���.1 ���������     _    i*      i.ii  BAHA'I Faith, Informal chats.  8852465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  AVON ��� Porpoise Bay and  Selma   Park.   Call   after   3  p.m.  885-2852. 2073-22  AVON Calling, Davis Bay and  Sechelt   Call after 4 p.m.,  Helen Phillips 885-2183.  1699-23  DIAL-MAR  Answering   Service. Office, residential, wake  up calls. Reasonable rates. Ph.  885-2245. 2145-tfn  REAL ESTATE  - ��� ' '   ' .���    ��� . i '       . ��� , ' '  WANTED  to ��� buy house  for  family of four. Private. Reply Box 2177, Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt.       2177-tfn  5 BEDROOM, 1 year old home,  Sechelt Village, many extras.  $10,000 down, $35,900 F.P. Ph.  owner   885-2464   or   885-9305.  1787-tfn  2 BEDROOM, near ftijj. base-,  ment 'home,' view, landscape  ed, 2 full bathrooms, suite in  basement with separate entrance. Located at Granthams  Landing. Phone 886-7426.  y 1928-22  2 LARGE choice lots, view and  treed in Gower Point, Gibsons.' Ph. 885-2087.        2153-22  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  SAKINAW LAKE RESORT  1,800 Waterfront  1,000 Beach  39 Acres  One  of the choice Peninsula  Properties  $190,000  Potential Unlimited  K. BUTL��R  RlzArrY7LTD.  ALL  TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, BIO.  Phone 886-2000 .  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  ,    ' SERVICE  9330-22  WORK WANTED  HORSESHOEING.   Phone for  appointment 886-2795.  . N 980-tfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.       36-tfn  PEERLESS    Tree   Services-  Guaranteed    insured   work.  Phone 885-2109. 1887-tfn  MANUSCRIPTS, letters, etc.  done by fast accurate typist.  Excellent proof reader. Pickup and delivery. Box 2193 or  phone  885-9016. 2193-22  SIGN Painting and Drafting,  call Dune  Roberts  at  886-  2862.  ,���_.,_, l?45-tfn:-  GARDENING 4nd  odd^joos  etc. Ph/: $85-2191.      2127r_2  DIAL-MAR  Answering  Service. Office, residential, wake  up calls, Reasonable rates. Ph.  885-2245. 2144-tfn  CONTRACTOR just moved in,  all work guaranteed. Housing or finishing.   Phone   885-  2188. 2135-22  LOGGERS SEEKING-  EMPLOYMENT4  FLEETWOOD LOGGING  ' CO. LTD.  Transportation daily from Port  Mellon   to  camp   and   return  Union wages and benefits  Interested partices call:  Bill Johnston-Woods Foreman  885-2597 ' .  Ray Harris - Grade Foreman  886-7219  ���   Between 6:00' P.M. and   .  8:00 P.M. Daily  9328-tfn  REQUIRED   2   good   framing  carpenters '4-6  weeks work.  Please phone  885-2085.  1912-23  FULL' time" babysitter, preferably   to   live   in   for i three  preschoolers.   Phone   886f7566.  l_38-22  ��� &   THE C.B.C. film unfjt at  Molly's Reach, requireg_nen  or women on an irregulaj\and  part time basis for traffMcpn-  trol. The wage is $2: arifhour.  Please contact" Bob Gttsy, at  886-7811 and leave namWfand  phone number. 19-6-22  WAITRESSES    required    for  cocktail louagerTrtoyalrj Canadian Legion Branch 140. Sechelt. Phone 885-2526 for ap-  > pointment. 7 :        2140-22  JANITOR required, Royal  Canadian Legion v Br. "109,  Gibsons. This, position .���'���'���*&'��� a  ���one year contract with a six  day week. Applicant must be  bondable. A complete 'lisj^'.of  duties and a tour of the build- --  ing are available on request  from the Branch Secretary  Mrs. Gerry .Clarke, 886-7719;  All bids for the above contract  must include: a personal resr  ume, work history, etc. and be  forwarded to Gordon Clarke  (House Committee Chairman)  by 6 p.m. May. 7th, 1973. |Ehis  contract is subject to a -Otday  trial period. 1949-23  WANTED TO RENT   f$  2  BEDROOM house.   Sechelt  area. Required immediately.  Phone  885-9581. 2178-22  PRIVATE trailer space, Wilson  Creek area. Phone 885-2615.  '4jH^&19,14-23  '_om  SMALL house or cottage for  young .couple within driving  distance of Port Mellon. Phone  886-7215. 1926-22  MARRIED    teacher    requires  immediate accommodation til  June 30; also Sept. school year.  Phone 885-2114 or ,885-9470.  2172-tfn  FOR RENT  OFFICE space, Harris Block,  Gibsons. 886-2861 after 5:30  p.m. 1209-tfn ���  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  SECHELT Legion Branch 140  has 2 halls available for your  functions.   Phone  885-2526  or  885-9784.       ��� 2198-25  WEST   Sechelt���  Spacious. 2  bedroom   waterfront   home,  adults only, $225 month. Phone  885-2253.       > 1908-22  7 ISLES Mobile Home Park,  Madeira    Park.    Waterfront  view lots. Phone 883-2477.  1924-24  .���^iWffi��'.&i,iiftj  Phone: 254-1060  9319-tfn  MacGregor Pacific Realty  626 Clyde Avenue, North Vancouver  ��� Exclusive ��� '  GIBSONS  BUY THIS prime corner property, approx. 250' x 825'  on 2 paved rooads. Fantastic investment and development property in fast growing area. 4 room house with  new septic tank incl.   Excellent  terms on   F.P.  of  $45,000. j.  Call LORRIE GIRARD 886-7760  or (Van.) 926-5586  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  VIEW PROPERTY - WEST SECHELT #2764  Over 4 acres of vlow property with southern exposure. Good subdivision possibilities, with Regional Water and Hydro at both ends  of proporty. Cosy remodelled 3 bedroom home has wide view of  tho Gulf. Full price $37,500. Call DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves,  or office 885-2235 (24 hours).  FINE RESIDENTIAL - SECfWf VILLAGE #2762  Large lot with view of mountains and only few stops to launching  areo. Only $6,500 cash. BOD KENT evos. 885-9461 - offlco 885-  2235 (24 hourjs).  PHONE:  Office 885-2235 (24 Hours)  Vancouver Phone 689-5838  TWO BEDROOM HOME - GIBSONS 06-2O_8  Brifjht, warm home for retirement with tho view only Gibsons con  offer. Garage and workshop on largo lot, 2 bedroom home with lots  of workroom and storage space. Dolightful sun room. $22,500  cash. JACK WARN 886-268) ovos. - offlco 885-2235 (24 hours).  SECLUDED, TREED, 5 ACRE BLOCKS #2-037  2 blocks, west of Porpoise Bay. No sorvlcos, gazetted access only.  Asking $10,000.  PETER SMITH eves.  085-9463 - offlco 885-  2235 <24 hours).  WEST SECHELT - Luxury plus Reyenuo #,|9-2-020  Luxury homo of 1405 sq. ft, plus full basement. Good revenue"from'  sulto, Fireplace up and down, 2Yt bathrooms, double carport. ,3  bedrooms on main floor, All but kitchen and bathroom with wall  to wall carpeting. If you want a beautiful homo and help with the  payments, seo this ono. JACK WARN ovos. 806-2681, offlco  805-2235 (24 hours).  QUIET VACATION AREA #202)  Vacation cottage on largo trood lot, ideal site for future retirement.  Hydro ond phono Installed. Call DON HADDEN 885-9504 ovos.  or offlco 805-2235 (24 hours).  MOBILE HOME - SELMA PARK #2656  Now 2 bodroom C.S.A, approved mobllo homo, completely sot up  on ono of tho finest vlow lots available. DON .HADDEN eves.  - 085-9504, offlco 005-2235 (24 hours).  SELMA VIEW #2832  Only $17,500 full prlco for this houso plus guest cottago, Well  landscaped and a real cozy homo, With a south westerly vlow.  Now Is the tlmo to own your own homo, Only $17,500 full prlco.  ,      BOO KENT 805-9461 ovos, - offlco 005-2235 (24 hours).  CREEK SIDE LOT , #2772  West Secholt offers this vlow lot besldo a year-round crook. Nearly  3/4 of >nn acre on a quiet sldo cul do sac rood. Nicely treed, affords \  you privacy ond country enjoyment, Call BOB 005-9461 ovos. or  offlco 005-2235 (24 hours).  LOW COST HOME - VIEW #2-029  Retirement or starter homo, well renovated older typo, 2 bedroom,  nil electric. Excellent vlow on small lot. low upkeep, Full prlco  $12,500. PETER SMITH ovos. 005-9463 - offlco 01)5-2235 (24  hours).  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE Of REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES LTD.  2 BEDROOM NEAR NEW VIEW HOME /   #2-809  Lived In loss than ono yoar, | owner only. 21x10 living room, largo  kitchen, all water vlow, I Mt baths, utility room, carport, Buy this  ot $27,500 ond relax. PETER SMITH ovos. 805-9463 or offlco  805-2235 (24 hours),  LEVEL LOT - DAVIS BAY' ' #2742  Qulot area of Qood homos on Whit taker Rood, close to beach,  wharf and store, Lot has 70 ft. frontage and 125 ft. depth. Cash  prlco $7,000, DON HADDEN ovos, 805-9504 - offlco 805-2235,  (24 hours),  FISHING AND LIVING - GOOD TREED LOTS #2-669  Woter ond hydro to oil lots, each over 7,500 sq, ft Close to salt  water and stores. Indications aro that prices will novor bo lower,  From $5,540 to $6,500, just 10 percent clown, wood terms. DON  HADDEN ovos. 005-9504, PETER SMITH ovos. 805-9463, or  office 005-2235 (24 hours).  Box 128, Secholt, B.C.  (  PHONE 885-2235 (24 Hours)  VANCOUVER PHONE 689-5838  (E. _,o.e:>  $7,979  FULL PRICE  New 12x64  3 bedroom  $100 down (O.A.C.)  Call collect 434-8771  or 437-3972   ,  6655 Kingsway  South Burnaby  9295-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt. Ph. 885-  2375. 863-tfn  8'x4V NASHUA, can be seen  on property left hand side of  Wakefield Inn. 2129-22  ���_���_���   ������ i i-aw   . i i,������������ ������,��.   ���a_____wai-iii  BOATS & ENGINES  24 FOOT cabin cruiser, Buick  marine 380 H.P. I/O. Offers.  Phone  885-2167.        .    2074-22  1972 21 FOOT Fibrefoam boat,  - 165 H.P. Merc cruiser, sleeps  6, stove, sink, icebin and head.  Like new' condition. Ph. 885-  . 9086. I8T7-23  15 FT. Sloop, $600. 12 ft F.G.  . Trihull, 15 H.P. Johnson,  $800. Phone 886-2301 - after  6 ,p..m. 1944-24  1968   50   H.P.   Chrysler   O/B  with controls, electric start,  approx. 20 hours running time.  $500. Phone 886-2096.    2126-22  WANTED to^ie'ruf^,-,---.-   houise or larger. MidctteTaged  family with children. Call  886-9653 between 9 and 5 b.m.  2069-22  SMALL house or cottage in  Francis Peninsula or. Pender Harbour area. Phone 7 Bill  883-2585 between 9 & 5, Monday to Friday. 1883-tfn  ?  Look at this! AH for only $99 per month.'.Completely *  self-contained and private. New furniture, drapes and  modern colored appliances. Do you rent it? No! You  put $99 downand buy it! AH for only $99 per month  with no payments for 45 days. It's a new 1973 two  bedroom CS.Ai approved mobile home from COSMOPOLITAN. Why: rent any longer! Why throw more  money out the window. It's time to get the most out  of your hard earned dollars. Phone Jerry Ridgewell  . right now at 437-9738 collect.  LITAN HOME LTD.  SOUTH BURNABY, B.C.  437-9738  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  :!?Rl��AL ESTATE AND INSURANCE^  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  A LOVELY HOME on 2 acres of cleared, landscaped  grounds. Close to Sunnycrest yet retains a rural charm.  There's a small barn and cabins. $38,900 oh terms.  REDROOFFS ROAD���Two level lots, side by side, total  area exceeds 2 acres. Road allowance north end for  subdivision potential. $11,000 for both.  NORTH ROAD��� 2 lots partly cleared with good well,  Vz acre. $5,500 for bothv  ABBS ROAD���In the Village of Gibsons. Very nice 2  bedroom home on wide lot. Wall-to-wall carpets, fireplace, carport, and hardtop driveway.  Lovely view.  $25,800, terms:  SOAMES POINT���Two bedroom summer home on a  large view landscaped lot. Sundeck.  Fully serviced,  close to excellent beach. $19,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE���Revenue home, upstairs has 3  bedrooms, large kitchen includes dining area; downstairs has self-contained one bedroom suite. Move in  the top and rent the suite or treat as revenue home,  pays good dividends on a full price of $27,700.  ROBERTS CREEK���2.73 acres with half landscaped  in fruit and nut trees, grape arbors and some posture.  Houso is all now with one bedroom downstairs and  dorm type for two upstairs, all with wall-to-wall carpets. Kitchen is very modern, including dining area.  Double garage and large utility building at tho rear.  GOWER POINT ROAD ��� Fully serviced V% acre lot.  Nicoly treed. 85x265. The last. $6,500.     J{:  REDROOFFS AREA���Northwood Road. Largo lot, 125  by 200. Driveway and culvert. Partly dug well. Power.  $3,850 only. Suitable for mobile homo.  SELMA PARK���^Ideal retirement or starter homo, Very  well built 2 bedroom., verandah, carport, woodshed &  lovely garden. Very close to Sechelt and shopping.  Dominion lease land.  F.P.  $16,900. Terms.  GIBSONS RURAL���Fully serviced trailer lot on new  road. 130 ft, frontage. $5,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE���Near now 2 bedroom homo on  full basement and panoramic view lot. Price $32,000.  Mortgage available.  NEVy WESTWOOD HOME���-on view lot overlooking,  I lowo Sound, 3 bdrm.,1300 sq. ft. homo featuring on  sulto plumbing, 25' cupboards, full basement, and 2  fireplaces. Make an appointment to view In Gibsons  Village.  LISTINGS     WANTED  K, A. Crosby 886-2098 ��� J. E. White 886-2935  J, Vissor 885-2300 ��� Mlko Blaney 886-7436  i   i  A  REVENUE BUILDING - MADEIRA PARK  2-storey concrete block and frame commercial building in Madeira  Park, close to Post Office. Has one office ond one small store on  main floor and a 2 BR suite on upper floor. Gross monthly rental  income is $290. ^ Full price $32,000. Adjoining1 level commercial  *->>. lot available for $16,000.  SHILCOMB LOOKOUT RESORT r MADEIRA PARK  280' sheltered waterfront with floats. 3.85 landscaped & terraced  acres, 6 modern furnished housekeeping units, campgrounds and  washroom facilities. 4 boats and motors. Owner's 3 BR home.  Plenty of room for expansion for more units, campers, trailer space  and marina facilities. An exceptionally good buy at $110,000.  MARINA & RESORT SITE  Adjoining Jervis View Marina^ Earl Cove. Approx. 1800' wafer-  front with several bays, beaches and possible boat launching site.  Contains approx. 42 acres; creek through property. 3 bedroom  furnished home with basement and oil furnace. $125,000 F.P.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 BR home on 103 ft. waterfront lot. View of Harbour and Gulf.  $38,000.  GARDEN BAY/  One BR Panabode with 2nd BR in basement ���-v exceptional view  of Pender Harbour. Has wall-to-wall carpets, electric heat, built-  in range, sundeck. On large view lot close to stores and marinas.  $26,000:  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres of attractively freed park-like property. Apprbx. 350  feet of good waterfront. Creek through property. Close to Sakinaw  Lake access road and boat launching. Excellent for a group purchase��� room for several cottages on property. $33,000.  7   / IRVINE'S LANDING  3 BR home on large view lot overlooking famous Lee Bay, serviced  with water and hydro. $13,500.  PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION, EGMONT  Corner lot with approx. 80 ft. waterfront and over 200 ft. corner  road frontage. 26 ft. water taxi business and small automotive gas  station also included in price of $32,000."  , VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY   /  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Close to  stores, post office, marinas and gov't wharf. Priced from $5,300 I  to $6,000. ' ���  WARNOCK ROAD  Nicely freed and level mobile home site or building lot. $8,000.  Level land  22.5 ACRES- KLEINDALE  - would make a good horse ranch. $27,500.  EARL COVE  Unfinished cottage with sundeck on semi-waterfront view lot. Few  .vUS.- .; ,     hundred feet to beach. $8,200.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near' new 2 BR home on approx. % acre level lot. Has electric  heating, fireplace, wAv carpet, storage and carport.  $21,500.  Mobile home sites  Several lots available ��� some fully serviced.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Large level view lot overlooking Lee Bay. Close to marina, gov't  wharf and good salmon fishing. $8,000.  EARL COVE  450' Waterfront, approx. 5% acres. Old 2 bedroom house (n*����vtr,  rebuilding). $55,000.  GARDEN BAY  6 BR home on 103 ft. waterfront lot. over one acre. Lots of floats.  $50,000.  Adjoining lot with 206 ft. waterfront, over 2 acres and partially  landscaped with rock walls. $45,000.  These two properties together would be an ideal site for marina  development.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Secret Cove Area���160 .acres���roods ond trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  2. Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  3. Francis Peninsula, 37 acres, partially developed possible 86  lot subdivision site. Approx. 3,900' primary road constructed.  Water main on S.E. corner of property. Gravel pit. Asking  $150,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONT  7 acres with opprox 560 ft. waterfront, adjoining the Egmont  Marina. Paved Maple Road runs through property. Excellent site  for development as sport fishermen's camper ancl trailer pork or  as a group investment. Asking $50,000.  GARDEN BAY  Lorgo treed lot with 54' waterfront, driveway \n, bldg. site cleared,  14' trallor'lncluded in prlco of $20,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Small cottago with view. Close to stores, etc. $13,000 cash.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Ruby Lake, 105'  i ~  $12,500  75' Garden Day  $16,500  EARL COVE SUBDIVISION  Comer lot j.   $5,500  MatJeira park  Nice treed lots with rough driveways In. Close to school, stores,  post office and marinas. $3,700 to $ 11,000,  MARY ISLAND  4,0 acres, locot6d right In Pender Harbour.  1.500 ft. waterfront.  Phono, hydro, and water. Log house. Excollent for a group Investment. $125,000.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful sottlnp, serviced with paved road, water ond hydro,  Public acceis to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  office, $6,000 to $10,000.  Many other view and waterfront lots In tho Ponder Hatlwur area,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  iillliilllli  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 883-2233  /  *v  b  I   I  A A ���  \.  /  /  /  / ..  /  I  \ 7  /  /  y  J  \  M  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont)       LIVESTOCK: (Continued)        FOR SALE  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)    .,     FOR SALE i (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  .16%'   FIBREGLASS  boat,   80  H.P. motor. Phone 883-2417.  ,     -   -     -- '  _      2160-23  = 16* PLYWOOD boat, 12 years  ;    old. What offers. Phone 885-  9007. t . 2170-23  16'   PLYWOOD   boat.    Good  shape. End of Brook's Road.  .Halfmoon-Bay. $100.    2148-22  50   HP   MERCURY   outboard  ' motor,, almost new, manual  start,   remote   controlled - and  gas tank, $650. 885-0534.   s 2101-22  .20   FOOT   half   cabin,   very  skookum,  % - inch  plywood  . construction.   Bolted,  screwed  and glued, $300. 886-9893.  2102-22  -   '  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc,  1967 REBEL SST 2 door vinyl  HT,  $1200.  Phone  886-7869.  v     2165-23  1963 STUDEBAKER Lark, $50.  Phone  885-9895.     _  1922-22  A  '68 VOLKSWAGEN station  wagon. Very good condition.,  Undercoated, radio, radial tires  plus two mounted snow, 36,000  miles. Offers. 885-9339.   2143-24  10 FT. over cab camper with  3 burner stove, oven, fridge,  toilet, double stainless v steel  sink, dual propane tanks and  furnace. Asking $1,595. Phone  886-2775. 1947-24  VOLK.SWAGEN ' transport  ���-needs engine. 883-9901.   2138-24  1969  COMET  2 door  HT,   6  auto., ratio PS. Best offer.  Phone 885-2690. 2137-22  CCM   TRICYCLE,   red   with  white    saddle.    Trail    Bay  Shopping Centre. Reward.,.Ph.  885-2-62. ..       2149-22  FOUND 7.  CHAIN" saw, East Sechelt In-  .' let.   988-0087. 2146-22  LIVESTOCK  71 CADILLAC  SEDAN de VILLE  -All possible accessories ��� air  conditioning, leather upholstery .... . everything! Not a  scratch . . . perfect condition  with just 14,000 itdles by first  7 owner 7  Phone 885-2172  24  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobsoh,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfn  ONE pair of mated'geese,.$20,  also one gander, $10. Phone  885-9469. 2151-22  3   PONIES   and   saddle   for  sale. Ph. 883-2417.     2159-23  REALTYANDINSUK  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  WATERFRONT LOTS.��� We hove to offer two 40' view lots ot  longdate ot $9,500 each. Or���three % acre 1O0'x217' beautiful  view tors overlooking the Gulf and the islands of Howe Sound and  the Gulf Islands. This is choice Gower Point waterfront ot  ^15,000 per lot.  VERY CHOICE BUILDING SITES ��� You hove your choice of two  5A blocks above Grantham's- Landing with a gentle S.E. slope;  a terrific view lot on the top of the Bluff ot Gibsons for $11,000,  or if you prefer Redrooffs area, two 1/4 A, lots/ 100'x700' in this  area where everyone is going to retire for $11,000 each.  FEED, SEEDS  FENCING, FERTILIZER.  Buckerfield's  Horse,  Chicken,  Hog  &   Cattle Feeds  Purina Products        ''  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1,    Gibson-  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. .  Tuesday to Saturday  One  mile' south, of Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 886-7527  9292-tfn  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential ������ -  Commercial  Recreational .  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fait appraisal service..  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTDv "  2438 Marine Drive,  West Vancouver, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FINANCE AVAILABLE  for Mortgages and  >���  Property Construction  Courtesy to Realtors  Phone Eves. Collect  Vancouver. 224-7093  Mr. D. East  .''���'���.'���'.������ 7  '     9269-tfn  WANTED TO PUT  House for family of 4, private.  Reply Box 1636, Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1636-tfn  ROUGH lumber  and  custom  sawing.  Phone 886-7126.   2167-23  19' LAPSTROKE witiT120 fcp.  Mercury, running light, head,  anchor and trailer. Phone 885-  9067. 2162-23  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���   _  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  MUST sacrifice start of building   12x24x8   plywood.   All  new   material   Outside   only  , finished and painted cream  and brown, flat roof (new roofing paper). "Studs two foot  centres, floor % inch plywood  plus 7 sheets of % loose inside -plus three rolls of building paper. Has 40x60 pix plate  glass window and 30x30 inch  window on north end. New  door and lock. Now on skids  ' on Lot 8, corner of Access Road  and Redrooffs Road,y\above  Sargent's Bay Beach. Will sell  together or' separately heavy'  duty .% ton reinforced custom  built 7 foot long axle with  wheels and tires; two 'U*  clamps. Building $500. Axle  $100. Contact 885-9574.  i 1863-22  ! GREENHOUSE   installed   on  your property. Dome shaped,  60  sq. ft. of growing space,  $220 complete. Call Sunshine  Domes, 886-7158. 1715-tfn-  KITCHEN white enamel heat-,  er  with water, coils,   good  condition. Phone 885-2191.  2128-22  FIREPLACE owood   for   sale.  Alder, maple and fir. Phone  833-2417. .        1149-tfn   r���' 1  3  SPEED Raleigh bike,  $15;  Pioneer 600 chain saw, $20;  7% cu. ft. fridge, $25; 75 year-  old banjo; $85. Phone 886-7461.  1921-22  PORTABLE   Singer   AC   DC   FALSE fireplace complete with  stereo. $25. Phone 885-9895.       mantel _and_ radiant.  Phone  V ,  v 1923-22    886-2975. r 2142-22  TWO. Keystone 14"x6" mag  Wheels. 1962 Pontiac starter,  2 used 14" snow, tires, pair of  '67 Mustang leaf-springs. 1958  Ford-starter and generator. Ph.  886-7861. 2150-24  1%  CU. fridge, $25. 75 year  old bango $85. Heetmor oil  range $40. 886-7461.      2141-23  FIREWOOD, fir and alder, $25  cord.  886-7822. 2134-22  WEBCOR tape recorder, reel  __ to, reel, $45. Antique treadle  grindstone, 22" stone. 885-2603.  2139-22,  FOR SALE or will trade  equity on house, * 15x25 3-  bedroom "Glendale. Furnished  or unfurnished. Price ^$5800.  Phone 886-7839. 2i36-tfn  Stedmons staff Women's Lib climax  &��i    \    n:'______i___.,-< "  PENDER HARBOUR SUMMER HOME���-A very neat 2 bedrm.  home, fully serviced, taking in both sides of Irving's Landing Road,  iust steps from Lea's Bay. This can be yours for $13,500. Act now.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� For that  Ifess" expensive  retirement home  with rural living try this two bedroom, fully serviced home on a  full acre lot. Could_>_split/in.two., .Aft .hi_-.fori only $19,500.  -xtr,  TTy<  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board  Vince Prewer 886-9359      Wally Peterson 886-2877  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  JOHN BREEN LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Gove  NELSON ISLAND ��� 23.5 acres. Approx 4000 feet of  beach, includes small island. Full price $69,000 with  $14,000 down and balance at 7!/_ percent.   >  LOTS ��� Some with excellent view, water and power.  $6,500 to $8,500 full price.  MODERN HOME ��� Two-year-old 2 bedroom home  on 3A acre with wonderful view. Just $27,900 with  terms.  MOTEL ���  facilities.  ��� Beautiful  location, easy operation. All  Ideal for early retirement. Properly priced  at $66,500; details at office.  SEMI-WATERFRONT - Approx. 1 acre view property.  $9,500 Full Price.  ALMOST NEW ���-"2-year-oldJCea'ar Home on level  lot. 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall, 1 V_ baths, near stores.  Just $21,000 full price.  ���WE NEED LISTINGS���  Call: John Breen     Jock Hermon       Archie Brayton  883-2794 883-2745 883-9926  MEMBER) OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  !k  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C  funcoast ESTATES LTD.  ^^���__. ESTATES LTD.���_*  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  GOWER POINT VIEW  90 x 200 treed lot with all services, close to beach. F.P. $7,950.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241  or eves. 885-2053, 885-  2385.  DAVIS BAY AREA  65x122 view lot ���- cleared and ready for building, driveway on.  Power and water available. F.P. $6,500. Call Stan or Jock Anderson, 885-2241 or eves. 885-2385 or 885-2053.  DAVIS BAY  Lovely 2 bedroom home with 2 bedrooms in finished basement,  fully furnished, half block to nice beach.  Fenced yard.  Asking  only $34,000. Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241  or  885-9683.  10 ACRE FARM  Year-round creek, five cleared Ocres,   1260 sq.  ft.  home With'  fireplace and half basement.  Shop and bam. Good view,  five  acres in trees. Full price $51,500. Call Jack or Ston Anderson  885-2241 or evenings 885-2385 or 885-2053.  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW HOME  1254 sq. ft. 2 level homo Just steps to public beach. Fireplace In  living room, 3 sets of plumbing, full bathroom in master bedroom.  Over Mi acre landscaped property. Largo attached green house.  Full basement with 2 bedrooms and both, laundry room ond workshop. Approx. 2400 sq. ft. finished area, covered sundeck ond  many oxtras. F.P. $49,500 with $10,000 down. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  VIEW LOTS; $4,000  In Vlllago of Secholt, close to beach and protected moorngo. Call  Len or Suzanno Vart Egmond, 885-2241 or 085-9603,  8.75 SECLUDED ACRES  Plus 1500 sq. ft. Rancher ��� many deluxe features. A hard-to-flnd  property; Ideal for horse lovers; or to get away from it all. Large  60' Kentucky style barn, green house. F. P. $48,500. Call Jack  or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 8B5-2053, 885-2385.  ROBERTS CREEK  Treed view lots, fully serviced, block-top roads, only a short walk  to public beach. Some lots have fruit trees. Full price $5950.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241  or evenings 885-2385,  885-2053.  MASON ROAD  40 acres secluded area. Last large block available in the area.  Flat land. F.P. $1,625 per acre. Call Jack or Ston Anderson 885-  2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  LARGE CREEK FRONT LOT  Ideal for secluded retirement. Treed paved road close to public  beach. Power and water. $6950 F.P. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.  085-2241 or eves. 885-2385. 885-2053.  HALFMOON BAY AREA  150'   waterfront,  treed,  easy  access  to  beach,   Deep   moorage,  community  water system,   very  secluded.   Approx,   2/0   acre  ot  land;   many  building   sites   excellent   view.   $24,500   F.P.   Call  Stan or Jack Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 085-2385, 085-2053.  ROBERTS CREEK  View lots, half block to good beach access. Only $5,900 each or  buy all threo and save $$$. Call Len or Suzanno Van Egmond,  005-2241 or 005-9603.  VIEW OF HOWE SOUND  Fully serviced lot In Gibsons only $5,000, Call Len or Suxanne  Van Egmond, 005-2241 or 085-9603.  5 ACRES - SUNSHINE COAST  Deaut!fully landscaped, mostly cleared and In pasture, Fenced and  cross fenced Many fnilt trees ond tall evergreens. Seasonal stream.  2 OR rancher with suite adjacent, 2 sets of plumbing. Kentucky  stylo 7 box stable, 2 years old./ Property on residential street,  five minutes from shops, F,T>. $57,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson, 005-2241 or eves. 005-2053, 005-2305.  REDROOFFS ROAD  1.3  acres from  Rcdroofls Road to tho beach   Excellent view,  high waterfront, Access possible, Small unfinished cottage wllh  ti fireplace.  Well  water, power and septic  tank In.  Full prlco  $10,500, Coll Jack or Stan Anderson, 005-2241  or eves. 1)05-  2053 or 005-2305.  REDROOFFS ESTATES - RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES  10,000 to 24,000 sq. ft. Trees, paved road, close to beach and  hot fishing spot, Sargent Bay. Some with ocean view. Investment  price $3,500 to $4 750, terms. Coll Jack or Ston Anderson 885-  2241 or eves 885-2053, 085-2385.  REDROOFFS ROAD  80' x 260' ������ close to Sargent Bay   treed with potential view.  Half acre. Easy access. Call Stan or Jack Anderson, 085-2241 or  evenings 885-2385 or 885-2053.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  2 bedroom cottage on lovely beach. Protected moorage for your  boat, nlcoly treed, all fenced yard. Dominion Lease. Only $11,000,  Call Len or Suzonne Van Egmond, 685-2241 or 005-9603.  I    REDROOFFS ROAD VIEW  One acre lot,  nicely treed, public access to beoch nearby plus  boot launching  romp. Only $6,500, Call Len or Suzanne Van  Egmond, 085-2241 or 005-9603.  REVENUE  Plus lovely suite for owner. On tho beach In Selma Pork, Income  $300 por month. For details coll Len or Suzanne Van Egmond,  005-2241 or 005-9603.  FANTASTIC INVESTMENT - QNLY $2,000  4 lots only ��� can't lose on these. Call Len or Suzonne Von Egmond, 005-2241 or 005-9603,  SECRET COVE  2 large lots, nicely tree'*! ������ a park-like setting, close to beach,  good drinking water. $3,300 to $4,200. Call now Len or Suzanne  Van Egmond. 005-2241 or 005-9603.  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU5-5544 v  SEE US AT OUR* OFFICE-ACROSS FROM SECHELT BUS DEPOT  ��� \ L- H , -l r��� ��� <-  THE REPORTED meetings of the Sted-  man's staff have come out in the  open; the dark glasses, big hats and private meetings behind "barred doors are  through.  Neil Campbell (owner)' has been confronted with the demands and he has.  consented to let the girls run the store  for the month of May. This will be a  very important month for Campbell-  Variety as it is a co-operative sales contest month as well as Stedman's 66th  Anniversary.  Take note of some of "4he changes  the staff want, and they say more demands are forthcoming.       ' -  The Peninsula Times Page 7  Wednesday, April 25, 1973  VIVICA WATSON  Vivdjca wants the prices on tapes and  records to stay at discount price. In  store specials to be advertised on  the;store P.A. Stedmans to carry  extra stock of foam chips and other  popular items so that the store will  not be out of them. And a suggestion  box so, that customers can put in  some ideas. (Advt)  SUSANNE JORGENSON  Susanne wants more time for customer service and free coffee for  lady customers whose orders are  over $10.7 Chairs near the door for  women to set their husbands oh  while they spend some time shop-  ping.And more lawn chairs in stock  to sell at $4.44. (Advt.)  ____a1>a^a��^^l��^iWla>Jll^i^aa_^la��_^^^^^^l_-l^l^M^iM^allll^all��_a��l-la|^  WENDY MacDONALD  Wendy wants a picture taking contest  for ages 6 to 16���no purchase necessary. Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra music played for shoppers. All  staff be allowed to ask more customers if they wish a Gamble Charge  Card; so that they will not be short  of cash and mis& out on .the specials:  And il&t tfe^Camp^^  the time to carry big parcels out to  the oar. (Advt.)  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  * DOOR PRIZE *  SANDY ASPEN  Sandy wants more specials in her  Style Goods Dept.���more bargains in  children's and men's wear so women  will have money left over for themselves. Free balloons for the children  so that they will wait longer whHe  we are using the fitting rooms. And  Sandy says the first shipment of  queen size panty hose in May will be  on special. (Advt.)  FRANK HARDING AND CLINT ANDERSON  of  Pender Harbour Store Ltd.  wish to announce . . .  They have sold their business to Mr. Jim Murray from Vancouver.  The new operation will be known as  HOLIDAY MARKET LTD.  *    *    *    *  We would like to take this opportunity to wish Mr- Murray every  success in his new endeavour, and, at the same time, thank all  our customers and friends for their years of patronage and hope  that they will continue to patronize the new owner.  DARLENE JOHNSON  Darlene wants more packers and better bags for faster customer service,  Expansion of tho Toy Dept, so children will havo more to look at while  mother shops. And ady,(jr|lse more,  the fact that if you ca���h your family  allowance chequo at Stedmans you  havo a chance to win a $_T> Gift  Cortlflcato. (Advt.)  A  nnouncemen  t  _-     ���     ���  NOfSCE  Ponder Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phono your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  083-2794 (24 hours)  Just a note to let everyone know what's going on around  "Pender Harbour Store" area! Yes, it's true Frank Harding and  Glint Anderson are retiring as owners, and they & their families  would like to thank you for all your support and friendship.  Tho new manager is Jim Murr_y and he and his staff would  like to welcome you all and hope to see you soon. Our new store  name Is "HOLIDAY MARKET LTD.".  In our meat department we will have Julia Reid, Doris Edward-  son ar\d Clint Andorson as supervisor and head meat cutter. As  Office staff, Lorraine McKcnzie will handle B. C. Telephone and  B.C. Hydro accounts as well as the store accounts. Betty Lacroix,  who is is known by evoryono, will still bo our cashier and Paul  Cavalier will be our head clerk.  In regard to tho rumors, wo Just thought we would let you know  that wo intend on staying an independent food markot to bring  you tho lowest prices possible. So please dispel all rumor of  any other type of operation..  Hope you all had a good Eastor ��� hope to see you soOn.  REMEMBER ��� WEiNEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE THE  VOLUNTEER WlRE DEPARTMENT WORK 1  Wl ���' .;.   \\ .  ,    ;  /I     \  I   >.  .'���A  J,}  /v  Strait talk  /Page 8  Th�� Peninsulo T|mea  ir-r  Wednesday, April 25, 1973  ���_. -i  j-f  M______---l��-->l-ll  kJ]- ^rnteredt  to  l/Uomen  Edited by Joan Proctor ��� 886.2073  luuuuumrinraii-ih-ir-Mir""1*"   "   ^",^'^^  Eastern Starmembers  entertained at Langdale  I_fl_\rGDAIJ_���A delightful evening at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sims  of Langdale was held April '14 when  they entertained Order of Eastern Star  members' for their windup card party  and served a smorgasbord dinner.  Members and guests attending were:  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cumming, Mr. and  Mrs. A. Burg, Powell River, Mrs. Doris  Drummond, Mrs. Muriel Eggins, Mrs. Zoe  Eades, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fisher, Mr. and  Mrs. V. Pranske, Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. H. .Jure,. Mr., and  Mrs. H. Mylroie, Mrs. Margaret Mac-  leod, Mr. and.Mrs. C. Mittelsteadt, Mr.  and Mrs.i.J. Martin, Vancouver, Mrs. Rob-  ena Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. W. Parsons, Miss  Mary Steele, Mrs. Margaret Swan, Mr.  and Mrs. T. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. S. True-  man, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wood.  Prizes were awarded for the following:  pool snooker trophy, Bill Parsons; bridge,  Zoe Eades; andjCarrie Burg; black? aggie,  Doris Drummond and Robena Nixon; consolation prize Jack Fisher.  REMINDING RESIDENTS that Monday, April 30 is blood donor day at  St. Mary's Hospital are from left:  Robert Bowden, Roberts Creek, 50-  unit donor; Mrs. Frances Cook, Halfmoon Bay, blood donor publicity  chairman for St. Mary's Hospital  auxiliary coordinating council; May-  Chance tor mom's gilts .  or Ben Lang, Sechelt and Mrs. Charlotte Raines, chairman of the blood  drive for the coordinating council.  The clinic will be held from 4:3|to  ��� tf.SO p.m. With the increased aetipty  of open-heart surgery in B.C. hospitals, the need for blood is acute, said  Mrs. Raines. ' .,       '.*���.'''  bazaar set May 5 at hall  MISS BEE'S  CARD _ GIFT SHOP  Wharf Ra��d - Sechttt - 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmartt-Coutt* cords and wrapping*.  Pin* Inglish china cup* and cauccrt.  BauHqua it��m��, local artists painlingi.  PENDER HARBOUR-^Work is underway for the annual Pender Harbour  Community Club's spring bazaar on May  5. The serving table will have a wide  variety of items.for Mother's Day gifts.  There will be handknits for baby and  children and knitted slippers and the like.  For1 the gardener there will be bargains in bedding and houseplants.  The  homebake  table will have lots  of goodies and a cake walk is planned.  There will be the ever-popular' fish  pond and also, this year, hot dogs will  be sold in the kitchen.  Afternoon tea is  arranged  so make  this a date to bring a friend or neighbor.  The bazaar will be held in the club hall.  ROLLER^ SKATING ft     -T 5-  Due to poor attendance the afternoon  session of roller skating on. Sundays has  been discontinued. There is still the Tuesday evening skating for teenagers.  Emergency light units have been installed in Pender Harbour community  hall to meet the requirements of the fire  marshal's office, club executive members  reported at the April 10 meeting of the  club.  New drapes have been made and are  in place. Appreciation was extended to  Vi Tyner for making the drapes and to  Bert  Jorgenson    for  flameproof ing  the  r-aaajitfMWMWittiiMWiiWMwajuaiaiy^  VALUABLE COUPON  CLIP THIS COUPON  **m0tMMammm*m*mmma**itm*M*i  SI tffr _* J _��_% PRESENT THIS COUPON AND SAVE  AYr \& fill OH YOUR NEXT HAIR COLORING  H"fc    ^"taW     OR PERMANENT WAVE  (continental   L^olffured   & vSoutlaue  Trail Boy Mall, Sechelt���For Appointment Phone 885-2339  VALID ON APRIL 26th and 30th ONLY  GOVERNMENT APPROVED CHARTERS  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises  Fly-Now-Pay-Later for all your travel needs.  Contact your Local Travel Agent:  Phone 885-2339 - 922-0221  "MWMW��"fMV��'��a-M��awia��JW����l��MWaM��a����v��aWta��^  J^echelt AeweiierA  WE ARE FORCED  TO VACAT  OUH NEW LOCATION WBLL BE BN  THE NEW BANK OF MONTREAL  BUILDING, opening about June 1st  SORRY FOR AMY INCONVENIENCE  lux cui^EiisriooiF  TO BE PiCKED< UP BY  MARCH 28  PHONE: 886-2421  material.       ��������  A' general meeting of the community  club is slated for Monday, April 30 at ,8  p.m. Membership has reached 212 and a  vote of thanks was given to Annabelle  Antilla, Mike Reid and Jessie Reitze for  time spent on the membership drive'.  Anyone who is not a member and wishes  to join may send their dues into the secretary or treasurer. , c  MOVIE SLATED '-��'���"  Movie schedule for April 28 is, Tn the  Heat of the Night' starring Sidney Peltier, and Rod Steiger. It won five Academy awards. There are too many small  children coming to the shows unattended.  Unless * there is more, support from, the  parents the movie ..prograjn ,will be' discontinued;       ���' . s!;- > U-~ ������'������  Hat winners named  at Egmont Eater tea  EGMONT���Prize  winners    at  Egmont's  Easter tea were: Eileen Griffith, prettiest hat; Wendy Phillips, funniest; Bev  Jackson, most original; Connie Kelly won  the door prize.        r  Next tea is planned for Wednesday;  May 2 and 2 p.m. in Egmont Community  Hall.  You can't keep a good man'down', so  five-year-old Robbie, son of Sue and  Oordie Gough, made a super snappy recovery from his appendix operation. Six-  year-old Angela, daughter of Diane and  Steve Silvey, traded her tonsils for a  dish of ice cream, recently, too.  Opening of the commercial trolling  season sees Reg and Terry Phillips and  Bob Griffith, among1 others, ��� decorating  the seascape.  TOPS Club at Pender  has aood attendance     l  PENDER  HARBOUR���Pcnder    Harbour  TOPS Club is going strong with a  favorable attendance at the last few  meetings.  Recently club members sponsored a  steak and chicken luncheon for members  nt the Sunshine Inn. A queen was crowned and presented with a bouquet of flowers and sevcrul gifts. Other members with  outstanding weight losses received gifts  also.  New officers' were sworn in following  luncheon. Dr. Brand nttonded a recent  meeting and discussed obelsity nnd Its  effects on one's health.  Anyone wishing to Join the club  should phone Margaret Porter, 003-2733.  Pender seniors name  convention delegates  PENDER  HARBOUR���Pender    Harbour  Senior Citizens Branch 00 hold Its  monthly business meeting April 10 with  40 members present. Mrs. Olsen, president, presided.  Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Brown were rip-  pointed delegates to. represent the branch  nt the convention In North Vancouver.  Following the business meeting members played whlat and crlbhage, Crlbbagc  high; Mona Jorgenson. Low: Mary Kingston.  Whist high: Maijorlo Rankin, Iaw:  Eunice Porteous, Luncheon and birthday  coke wore nerved,  Sechelt hospital auxiliary  plans meeting May 3  SEC.IKL.T~Sl. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  will hold Its monthly meeting May 3,  at 2 p,m. St. Hilda's Church hall,  The regional conference will be held  tho following Thursday, May 10 at Vancouver General Hospital^  Thorn wljl be a mooting at Mrs. Mar-  J gaiet Humm's home at 1:30 on Mny 2  Vond anyone who wishes to help with the  ���Tube  luncheon In  welcome,  ,  J    '  /  ��� by Jean Proctor  AFTER three days, fish and company stinks," is a loose translation  of .$ui old Spanish saying. While I  haven't gone so far as to have rubber  doormats made up with that quotation imprinted on them, I have considered installing a few guest-deter-'  rents.  Now Via not against uninvited  company as long as their stay isn't  prolonged, but a steady horde of  beach bums who arrive to spend days  leisurely lolling on the beach or fishing while we try to carry oh a semblance of every-day routine living *  gets wearing. They're vacationing  while we're still on the regular eight-  hour work day.  They always make it back to the  house in time for meals, then Vanish  when the elearing-up part comes returning only when it's time for a  night-cap followed by bed. I suppose*  it's just^ne of the penalties we pay  for choosing to live year-round, in  a resbft area.  The hidden qualities of the hide-  a-bed in our family room would probably have remained just that if it  hadn't been for, our kids divulging  to casual transients that the sofa  makes into a real neat bed, so  wouldn't they like to stay?" \  Having lived in other resort areas  before moving here, I can vouch for  the fact that it get's a trifle wearying having your Rlace resemble  "Camp Byng: from Eas,ter vacation  to mid-September. At times I've  found myself queuing" up to get into  my own bathroom. Why, one night  when I left bed to get a glass of  water, someone whip p e d in and  ���snatched my pillow.  And then, there was the morning  I did without breakfast because the  gang of company ate all the toast  and eggs while I was grinding beans  for their third round of coffee. But  the last straw came when somebody  I met in my own kitchen asked me  how long I was planning to stay for?  This year I'm ready for them!  We've had the house painted using  an old World War Two camouflage  "7 technique which has made the place  blend beautifully into the existing'  landscape. Even my husband now  has trouble locating the place and  has resorted /to homing in with a  flock of seagulls that frequent the  area.  We painted "go away" on top of  our chimney cap.just in case a plane  load of folks decided to drop in unannounced. Then we dug a moat  around the property and installed a  coin-operated draw-bridge which  only works ��S^B-_���c__b__A_'0'*-3:1  1 "Failing ail this, if visitors do~Mapr  pen to penetrate our compound and  we weary of their company, I'll ask  if they're allergic to any foods or  harbor any violent dislikes for a particular dish; then serve it constantly  'til they get the message or move  to the hospital. If that doesn't work  I'll simply put their suitcases in the  driveway and hang out my newly-  embroidered guest towels bearing the  subtle phrase, "Goodbye and good  luck." That should do the trick.  -/<  RENO BUS TRIP  ���      N  Sponsored by O.A.P.O. Branch 38  May 19th to 26th  COME WITH' US AND HAVE FUN  Reserve now and avoid disappointment  Phono 886-9829  enuttSu  la cJJininu cJLi  9  ounae  9*  SECHELT  ($1 Cover Chorge)  885-2311  jf       special   L^abaret        j^  9:30p.m. til?  Wfciai  Friday, April 27  No Cabaret Saturday, April 28th, due to Bowling Bdnquer.  closing soon  YI_d wLm MmMJawWlW  tmmfmmi mmwm tTOW___i ^___t��^     _���_  Bear  P>A_f*e  STING  GIBSONS - SECHELT DIRECTORY  (Including Ponder Harbour and Port Mellon)  THE YELLOW PAGES SECTION ol your new telephone directory  is about to close. Now's the time to check your listings.  Please let us know right away If you need  any changes maclo in YOUR LISTINGS!  Would you llko to bo listed under othor liondlng_?  (So that cuntomors can find your buslnosa moro onsily)  Do you wish to list qlhor firms you roproaont7  (Go thai ovoryono knows oxactly whnl businesses ypu'ro In)  Hnvo you chockod your prosont listings (or clinngos?  (Nnmoii, positions and nddrosaos can chnnao In a yoar)  EXTRA LISTINGS COST SO LITTLE ~ MEAN SO MUCH  CALL OUR BUSINESS OFFICE ABOUT YOURS TODAYI  BM.TEL��  1 \  11.  \ \  *  t,  \    i 1     ,j '  / ;  .'  4  \     \  \'\  Sechelt News Notes  WEST-Vancouver friends ot Mrs. Alice  French���Mrs. Daisy Brfeeley, Mrs. Lola  PennelL Mrs, Dolly King-rcame up to.  escort Alice to dinner at the Whispering  Pmes. The occasion was Alice's birthday.  This lady has spent more of her birthdays in Sechelt than anyone else here,*  but I won't tell how many years that is.  Mrs. Lola Turner enjoyed visitors  from Port AlberniJ-her daughter Mrs.  Marilyn Davis and granddaughter Vicki  Friday the 13th was the windup party  for the merry-go-round bridge .tournament, run by Sechelt' Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital." .Winners for the season  ���by Peggy Connor ��  were Mrs. Eve Moscrip and Mrs. Betty  Cook, Winners^ for the evening   were'.  Mrs. Jean Hamon, Mrs, Bobbie Nixon..  Convenor Mrs. Maxine McNeil said they,  had had an enjoyable winter's toilrna- ,  ment and everyone is looking forward  to playing again in the fall. Attendance  of 23 was at the final party.  A bowling league which is called,  the "Old Bags League", amongst the play- -  ers' themselves/ held a bowling party at  the Whispering Pines where they enjoyed a' Chinese food smorgasbord. This is  strictly a fun league. In fact, their motto .  is:   "U at. first you , don't succeed,  to  Sechelt Garden Club  *2>t?rina Zriower _3A  ow  ipnnej  '  and Art Display  SAT., APRIL 28th 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.  ST. HILDA'S HALL, SECHELT  Silver collection includes:  REFRESHMENTS���RAFFLE���PLANT SALE  Silver collection proceeds will be donated  to St. Mary's Hospital Association for beau-  tif icatiort of our hospital grounds.  H��� with it". These' ladies are good  bowlers so I bet there are some good  scores rolled up, despite their motto.  The Arts Council is planning a variety  music festival June 1 at the Sechelt  activity haU, This is being heldJto give_  individual artists a chance to perform,  featuring artists young and old, soloists,  .ballet, baton^routine, the Pender Barbour  adult band. They have their program  pretty well-lined up, but do hope that  this will be a proper festival and lead  to many more. ���  A well-known .singer from, here, Walter James,-attended .the Hastings Community Center senior^ citizens contest run  by the Vancouver Optomists. Mr.7 James  who perhaps isT>est-known for his singing,  in Theatre under the Stars and opera,  sang "The Kerry Dance".,Each performer  introduces himself and' in his introduction Mr. James said, "The sweetest music  was that made by the audience who  seemed, to. be amused by the entertainers". Walter came a close second missing out. by quarter of a point. There will  be nine1 concerts in all, the final one in-  _ eluding all the winners. '  It lias been beard around that some  people are praying it will rain all of July  and August.   ^     '._      '.._.'_,...  Birthday time at St. Mary's extended-  care lounge; Mrs. Christine Johnson celebrated her 94th birthday, blew out all  her candles and even was up dancing  with her daughter, Mrs. lal Larsen. Mrs.  John Tuba, took a picture to prove it  Other visitors were Mrs. Joe Unger and  Joey, Mrs. Ann Ebach and daughter-in-  law Sandra Ebach. The daughters provided the beautiful orange and brown  The Peninsula Times Pago 9  Wednesday, April 25, ,1973  birthday cake, and ice cream.  Providing the entertainment was Brian  Young singing and accompanying himself-  ���on the guitar with a* variety of sad,  bright," gay arid comic songs. Alfa pleasure to listen to. Brian doesn't have a  loud voice yet ,everyone, can hear him,  as if his Voice was projected to land on  your 'ear, not yelled.  Sechelt Auxiliary members . serving  hot cross buns, and bran muffins, were  Mrs. Ina .Grafe, Mrs. Lenore Nygren, Mrs.  Peggy. .Connor,. Assisting in the serving  -were Miss Mary and Margaret Connor.  Alwaysj in attendance keeping a watchful eyes was the staff of St. Mary's.  1 Mr. land Mrs. Bill Newman are busy  these days with "their baby born April  14. His name is Robert Laurri and Rhonda is delighted with this new bundle  at her home.  Dracula will be at St. Mary's Hospital  April 30. Those willing to .part with a  pint of;,blood please be there, the Red  Cross will appreciate it.  Cookie week for Guides and Brownie  runs April 27 to May 5. The cookies'are  of excellent quality so if you are in need  of cookies you will enjoy the ones the  girls will be bringing to your door. N  u The joint school concert at Pender  Harbour High School was a tremendous  , show well performed, professionally  staged, and conducted. A great tribute to  the performing students and the teachers.  B.C.  has  72 community heart units  , to answer your questions.  MORTGAGE  MONEY  Wo  BUILDING OR BUYING A HOME 1  Let us help you  arrange your mortgage...  ROYAL BANK  MADEIRA PARK BRANCH 883-2711  SECHELT BRANCH 885-2201  _w/^#/_3r^^^^  ���||llimillll��llllMIHIllMllllUI_lllllllHm^  ��� Pur your message Into more  than 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference   anytime!  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's an economical way to  reach 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime!  iiui__uuiiuMii_iiMMi_mim"'"i"ul,IM  > ���iiimiimmiiiuiiiiiiiiimi ���imiiiiiiiimii ���������������iiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiii,iiiiii|liu,fiUiuu;  ���rfl  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ��� Office ��� Residential ��� Wake-up Colls  * Reasonable Rates  ''Never Miss Another Phone Calf  885-2245  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM-MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues. through Saturday  Candles,  Macrame,  Beads,  Arts and  Crafts  Cowrie Street - Sechelt - 885-9817  i': Telephone 886-2069 i!   J :c  ^ TROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Durban's Ceramic Products  Pine Road & Grandview Avenue  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS   ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch���- Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch' ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m, to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  or 883-9972  CABINET MAKERS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE *  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before  .Installation  R. BIRKIN - Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywoll ond Textured Ceilings  Free Estimates  '*��$>#     Phone 886-7643  DELTOM CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Box 64, Sechelt  ���For all types of homes���  Phone 885-2592 or collect 926-5948  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank����� Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Road Building ��� Gravel & Fill  DOUG FRASER  886-2830  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suit:  Homes, .Commercial  Buildings,  Vacation Homes. All kinds of Concrete Work.  Any * kind   of- Remodelling.'  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel - Fill - Topsoil  Driveways - Basements - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2237 days or eves.  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  COMPONENT HOMES  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate any time "  TED DONLEY Pender Harbour 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If No Answer Leave Mouaae at 885-9326  R.R. 1, Secholt, B.C.  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  Goneral Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 88S-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  For Quality _ Service  contact your  National Homes Representative  Dove Wbidden - 885-9513  or write for catalogue  -  Box 245, Abbotsford, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES ~"  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.: 886-2938 or 885-9973  CaU us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  ELECTRICIANS  BUILDING SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS 8. BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G&W DRYWALL  Drywoll, acoustic and textured ceilings  Now serving Gibsons area and tho Peninsula  Phone 884-5315  B��K 166, 'theft Mellow, 6.C.  \  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  (new Hall Sheet Metal Building*  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  MARSHALL'S BULLDOZING  LOT CLEARING ������ BACKFILLING  GRADING ��� LANDSCAPING  No -Job too small  885-9067  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearino - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  R & S BACKHOE  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phone 883-2302  "We aim to please"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Parte, B.C.  P.V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7379  Office Hours 8;30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIS'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios -Stolrs  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phono 885-9413  W. M. Shortr_ad Construction  j General carpentry,  j concrete specialists,  walks, driveways, retaining  walls, patios.  266-7809 >  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D.W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial, >  |        All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Jo* McCann, Box 137, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9913  jim Mckenzie  electrical contractor  Ph. 885-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial.  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  General Contractor  Residential Wiring and PlumBing  883-2426, Box 55, Madeira Park  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  .    OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS   .  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  A Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  J   WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE   Welcome to the Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  ; uSproy.Buffmg-Window Cleaning  Rug Shampooing  Ph. 88cV7131, Gibsons  MACHINE SHOP  . At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop' - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  'Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  Painting & Decorating (Cont.)  PENINSULA PAINTING  & DECORATORS  Interior - Decorator Service - Exterior  Residential & Commercial Contractors  \T  FUEL  |*��RNIE W1DMAN  1**    for all your  LaSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  .  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Boy, B.C.  886-7158 Box 281, Gibsons, B.C. 886-7320  PLUMBING & HEATING  G & E Plumbing & Hearing Ltd.  ��� Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Charlebofs  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing ��� Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Woter Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  tone 886-7017  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING & HEATING  LTD.  Gov't Certified Plumber ��� 24-HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825, SECHELT. B.C.  MOORAGE  SECRET COVE MARINA  Seasonal and Year-round Moorage  -��� Full Facilities ���  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay  885-9942  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ���- 886-9533  Everything-for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations'  FREE ESTIMATES  Un Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula .Rood '  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  NURSERY  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  In the Bal Block  next to tho Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  Mack's Nursery - Roborts Crook  Landscaping - Shrub* - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Borry Plqnts - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  '' Landscaping and Trees  Suneliino Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2240  "RENT IT AT  THE RENTAL SHOP"  at Davis Boy  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everything" -  Typewriters > Lighting Plants - Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 085-2848 ��� 24  HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS 885-2151  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided "  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianno Alleri, Proprietor  Export Hair. Styling  Cowrie Street Phono  Sochelt \    805-2818  PAINTING & DECORATING  HW. (BIH) PEARSON  Painting Contractor  - First Class Workmanship  - Interior ono* Exterior  Phone 889-2823    <  , 1630 W. 65th Ave., Vancouver  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN  >     PETER HOEMBERGu b. orch.  Residential Design  Coordination and Supervision  SECRET COVE MARINA  R.R, 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-2376  RETAIL STORES  GftS HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical - Plumbing v Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  Box  158, Madeira Park, Hwy. 101  '   at Francis Peninsula,  SECURITY ALARMS   KEYES SECURITY  ALL-ROUND SECURITY SERVICES  Smoke and Burglar Alarms  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-9487  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886*7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office a 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  ���������������--���   "'     - ���'   '������' ���    ��� ��� '���������   -i   ���������iimi-i- -umi���  ���    ��� ���  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only'  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ' * Complete Tree Service  * Prompt, guarantee-. Insured work  * Prices you can trust  PHONE 885-2109  DANGEROUS TREES TOPPED...  Removed;   selective  lot  clearing.  Fruit trees pruned. Shrubs trimmed and shaped.  Consultation and Free Estimates.  20 YRS. EXPERIENCE ��� FULLY INSURED  Phone 886-7566  T.V.  & RADIO   PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Soles and Service  Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola) ��, PHILCO  Cowrie Street, Sechelt ��� Phone 8BS-217I  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  8, SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL -* ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ������ Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT' *  \        Box 799, Sechelt ��� Phono 885-9816  V CLOSED ON MQNDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlng - Rettyllng - Complete Drapery  Service - Samples shown In the home  Phono 886-2050  Y6UR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  r-  *  V  '(  4  t A     .   . J   . \, ^ ��� .j,  7     ���-'  :r-   -'<��� % u^M-,- v m ; '' ,_���-.;, ���>, -   ^>i;^-7 * _,:.'..'.  ���*.'!  v  i \  \  Page 10 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, April 25, 1973  m.    l: ' . ......     p        ���   .. 1     -     ....      -       _   - ������ . _    /...        -j-  1 *  N )      '    V  \  y  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD:  EXCAVATIONS  GRAVEL - FILL - TOPSOIL  DRIVEWAYS - BASEMENTS - LIGHT CLEARING  Free Estimates  Phone 886-2237 Day or Evenings  Box 13/ Gibsons, B.C.  ASPIRING PUGILISTS Hughie Lynns, left, and Bobbie Vaughn battle  it out for points at one of Frank  HEAVYWEIGHT ACTION is provid- '  ed by Doug Price, left, and Brad y^cicfin^   r____fc  Norris during the boxing demomstra- ��CO*DI__Iiy    LIS? La  tion at the Peninsula Hotel recently. .  Organizer of the club, Frank Zan- -vr._Nn.T*   in    lfl _ 1  tolas, referees at centre. yCfVAA   iu   JULIA  , AvsSfc_l_t!__A^_��^__J_S3'��_n  STRIKING A DEFIANT   pose,  young boxer Danny Zueff, prepares  to ward of a blow from Mike Propo-  penko. <,    ,  Boxers making  own recreation  GIBSONS���While some complain of the  need for .recreational facilities on the  Peninsula, others go out and create those  facilities. Frank Zantolas of Port Mellon  is one of them.  A professional boxer while still in  his teens, Frank recently formed a boxing club to provide recreation and physical training for boys in the area.  Starting with a group of 21 boys  aged from 12 to 18 years, Frank whittled  them down to a core of talented and  interested boxers.  During their weekly sessions at Elphinstone Secondary School Gibsons, his  trainess learned a lot from the master,  to the point of putting on exhibition  bouts at the Peninsula Hotel.  The last of these was held recently  marking the end of the season.  A sizeable audience turned out to  watch a creditable display of the pugilistic art. '���'.'������  A minimal admission charge was  made to help with the cost of equipment,  and Frank described support of the club  as   "fantastic."  Sessions over for the year, Frank  is now looking for a permanent home  for his club.  "Even an empty lot will do," he told  The Times. The members could then  build a clubhouse with a permanent ring  and gymnasium facilities. Any offers?  GIBSONS���When William Campbell Kenneth refused to stop for RCMP after a  minor traffic offense, he started a chain  of events that ended in provincial court,  Sechelt, where he faced charges of assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest  and driving with a blood alcohol reading over .08.  Court was told RCMP tried to stop  Kennett on Marine Drive March 5 after  a minor infraction. He drove on, turned  up Beach Drive with police in pursuit,  and finally stopped on Bals Lane.  Kennett was carrying no identification, so police accompanied him to his  Gibsons home to establish his identity.  There, "a discussion arose over the  presentation of ID", court was told, and"  Kennett assaulted a police officer.  Reinforcements were called, but Kennett refused to go to the police station  after being placed under arrest  Kennett was finally placed in, a ce)U.  and later taken to Sechelt ior a breathalyzer test, which gave a reading above  .08.  Accused admitted all three charges.  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt sentenced  Kennett to one year definite and two  years less a day indeterminate on the  assault and resisting arrest charges, and  fined him $300 for driving with an excess  of .08.  Si. Hilda's rector  going to Coquitlam  SECHELT-r-Rev. Dennis Popple, rector  of St. Hilda Anglican Church, Sechelt,  for the past three years, has been appointed rector of St. Lawrence, Coquitlam, Bishop David Sommerville, has announced.  Rev. N. J. Godkin, rector of St. Lawrence, has been appointed to. the parish  of St. Hilda.  The exchange of parishes, is to be  effective July 31, said Bishop Somer-  vllle.  READY FOR  MILE-A-MINUTE  SPEED?  SEE A MAXI MERC  FOR 73.  Raise-your power sights this year and move all  the way up to a '73 Maxi Merc. They're just  what you need to show your transom to the guy  who'blew you off the water last year. "Hidden  away" ideas we've learned winning races make  the Maxi Merc outboards the mightiest trio  ever to throw a wake. Find out all about  "Power porting." "Cam-turned" pistons.  Extra corrosion resistance.  If you're ready for,the ultimate in outboards, stop in  today and see the 85- to ISO-hp Maxi Mercs for '73.  _OT_F_mr__w��r  OUTBOARDS  Complete range ol power: 4,,20, 40, $0,65,  85, US, ISO HP. For nearest Mercury Dealer, see  Yellow Paget under "Outboard Motor*", or contact  Mercury Marine Ltd., Box 468,  Mlf ��l��auga (Toronto), Ontario.  THBYEAR.  MERCS SET NEXT  YEJ-BSIANMI-K.  COHO MARINA  MARINE WAYS  Madeira Pork  PAINT ��� HARDWARE  883*2248  SECHELT CHAIN SAW CENTER  ComnJete 'MERC Service Centre  Phone 885-9626  Heavy cigarette smokers have higher  . death rates from heart attacks than moderate smokers, says the B.C. Heart Foundation.  SMITTY'S  BOAT RENTALS & MARINA  Gibsons Wharf  886-7711  iereo  omponen  T  Is  by  _to_ JCL MrL JL  and  ^  CRAIG NORRIS slips under tho   recent boxing demonstration staged   the Peninsula Hotel. Pfiotos by Alas-]  guard of Russell Nygren during a   by If rank Zantolas' boxing club at   talr Rogers.  Jtiow open m  [across /rom  Post- Qtytce  %econJ$ �� ^ J  8B5~2$2z  J-J3      J_Jf|     Jtlk     \s_#  80 wort AKAI Tuner and B.S.R. Turntable  with speakers. Regular $559.00 $2QQ  f .1 ii.,��i...i.,i- .ill. i ii ii ���> "i ��"< "��� -r, *  80 watt AKAI Tuner and ELAC Turntable  with speakers. Regular $842.00 S_C_HC_  in     ������"�� ���  ��i��- ��  ��� ��� ��� ��� '   '���"���   8-TRACK TAPE DECK & TURNTABLE g* gm<  Regular $274.00 - SALE   V M^W  ��� ->��� <" i - �����"��� i���.Hi ���   240 watt AKAI Amp and ELAC Turntable1  with AKAI 135 Speakers. Reg. $1179 &f|||g|  ��  if/  *  "1,��ii  & i   ii i.ii   ���   p   11,1 j.��r  - j i   ''  ���   A      (,      -  a   I  -va  (." >  : _/���  U-  h   '  Here is schedule .  PINTO, Bronco and Pony* baseball jwill  start May J}, said Gordon Dixon,-: pres* ''  Went of the league. ' ,  - -pinto, farm teams for Broncos, include  youngsters from 8 to 12 and the following  teams and coaches are ready for action:  -��� Pender Harbour Tyees, _��ennis Cotter;  Sechelt Gubs, Morgan Thompson; Wilson  Creek Crickets, Gordon Dixon; Gibsons  Beavers, Tom Myslicki; Gibsons Sidewinders, Freeman Reynolds; Gibsons. L  & K Loggers, Bay Linaker; Gibsons  Boommen, Lloyd Partridge; Gibsons Voy-  ageurs, Marvin McQuarry; Port Mellon  Pirates, A. Craze.  Bronco, 11 to 12; Gibsons Kinsmen,  Vera Rottluff; Gibsons Raiders, Andy  Prest; Gibsons Firemen, Jack Goesen;  Pender Harbour Tykes, Ken O'Coffee;  Sechelt Cubs, Morgan Thompson; Wilson  Creek Orioles, Bruce Redman.  Pony league, 13 to 14: Sechelt Legion,  Sonny Benner; Pender Harbour Lions,  Gay Merkel; Gibsons, Gerry' Dixon.  PINTO SCHEDULE  Wed., May 2���Pender Hairbour at Sechelt; Beavers at Wilson Creek; Side*  winders, at L & K (elementary school);  Boommen at Voyageurs; Port Mellon bye.  Sunday, May 6���Pender Harbour ��� at  Beavers (Langdale); Wilson .Creek at L  & K (elementary school); Voyageurs at  Sidewinders; Boommen at Port Mellon;  Sechelt, bye.'  Wed., May 9���Wilson Creek at Pender Harbour; Sechelt at L & K; Boommen  at Sidewinders; Beavers bye; Voyageurs  at Port Mellon-  Sun., May 13���Sidewinders at Pender  Harbour; Boommen at Beavers; Voyageurs bye; Sechelt at Wilson Creek; Port  Mellon at L & K.  ,Wed., May 16���Pender Harbour bye;  Wilson Creek at Boommen; Beavers at  Sidewinders; L & K at Voyageurs; Port  Mellon .at Sechelt.   -  Sun., May 20���Pender    Harbour    at  ���1,     ���    .  ^ f-    ���   ���     i ..    -,       ) t  Boommen; Wilson Creek at Port (Mellon;  'Sidewinders' bye; Voyageurs at Sechelt;  L & K at Beavers. -?, \  Wed., May 23���L & K'at Pender Harbour; Voyageurs at Wilson Creek; Port  Mellon' at Sidewinders; Boommen bye;  Sechelt at Beavers. ~,   ���>. v  Sun., May 27���Port Mellon at Pender  Harbour; Sidewinders at Wilson .Creek;  L'&'K bye; Sechelt at Boommen1, Beavers at Voyageurs. *    ' ',  Wed.; May 30���Pender Harbour at  Voyageurs; Wilson Creek bye; Sidewinders, at Sechelt; L & K at Boommen;  Beavers at Port Mellon. , '        \  Gibsons games at high school except  p.m. and Sunday games at 1 p.m, '  BRONCO SCHEDULE  Wed., May 2���Wilson Creek at Pender Harbour; Raiders at Sechelt; Kinsmen at Firemen.  ��� Sun., May 6-rFiremeii at Wilson  Creek; Raiders at Pender Harbour; Sechelt at Kinsmen.  Wed., May 9���Kinsmen at ^Wilson  Creek; Raiders at Firemen; Pender Har-  bpur at Sechelt.  ' Sun., May 13���Wilson Creek at Raiders; Sechelt at Firemen (3 p.m.); Kinsmen  at Pender Harbour. <  "Wed., May 16���Wilson Creek at Sechelt; Raiders at Kinsmen; Firemen at  Pender Harbour.    '���  PONY SCHEDULE ;,  Wed.,' May 2���Gibsons at Sechelt; Pender, Harbour bve.  Sun., May 6���Gibsons at Pender;, Sechelt bye.  Wed., May 9���Sechelt at Pender'; Gibsons bye. i i  Sun., -May 13���Pender at Gibsons;  Sechelt bye. .  Wed., May 16���Sechelt at Gibsons;  Pender bye. ������ j  .Sun.,  May   20���Pender    at   Sechelt;  Gibsons bye.  % v  Wednesday, April 25, 1973        The Peninsula Times  ?_S* 11  i/  rnBR'viifiV-.  ^   .s^  SPRING  NOW!  Spring Tune-up Time  You'll want to eruiso or fish in  botwoon spring showers . .". so  bring your More in EARLY for  ,: that Spring Tune-up.  ^rrr  Madeira  Park  COHO MARINA  Phone  883-2248  ���������' I  SUNSHINE  REGIONAL DISTRICT  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Res: 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks  f. ��. (Mickey) COE  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd. - Bon Jacobsen Motors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  au cJJau  L^elebration  HAmom  s  a  Saturday, May 19  & Sunday, May 20  JOIN US FOR 2 DAYS OF  FUN and PRIZE WINNING  * TROPHIES   for   Best   Floats  Best  Overall  -  Best  Local  * PRIZES for  Best  Parade  Entrance  * PRIZES  for   Soapbox   Derby  ages 6-60  INFORMATION: Parade and Float entrants  ���contact Fred Crosby 883-2387  SOAPBOX DERBY: Entrants contact John  Haddock 883-2781  _UUUU_UUII-f_II_-IBll-UUI  HflflaBUUB-BBII  A KISS FOR the winner as George  Flay,\presents Bea Rankin with tile  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club trophy  for Sportsman of the Year', Presentation took place at the club's recent awards dinner.  Poet's Corner  ���Your contributions are invited  RETIREMENT*  At last he has retired,  No rrjore to work he'll go,  Never  more to, punch  the  clock,  He'll  take it nice and  plow.  Do all the things he always said  He'll.do around the home,  Instead of which he fishing goes,"  And I am left alone.  Now 'someone must the cooking do,  Someone must sweep the floor,  Someone must do the marketing  And i every   household   chore.  "How do you like retirement,  "How does it feel to be free?"  Now that's a question  For the man of the house,  For-goodness' sake don't ask me.  J. Benthanv Port Mellon  lie:  REFERENDUM-BY-LAW No. 77 - April 14. 1373  AREAS "B", "C", "D". "E", "F".  STATEMENT OF VOTES  Area "B"    For tfoe  By-law 134    Percentage in  fovour 39.3%  Against the By-law 207  Area "C"    For the By Law        187    Percentage in  favour 50.8%  Against -the By-law 181  Area "D"    For  the  Bylaw, 163   'Percentage  in favour 50.2%  Against the By-law 162  Area "E"     For the By-law 118    Percentage  in  favour 56.5%  Against the By-law    91 -  Area "F"     For the By-law 128    Percentage  in favour 53.1%  Against the By-law  113  Given under my hand this 17th day of April, 1973.  CATHERINE   E. LONDON  Returning   Officer  J  V-<__.xWi     :_--  yr3**  DEREK NELSON displays the grand  aggregate shoot'trqpny he won in  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club's junior  division.  ______ ____!- *       ,.  *l L     J___ll_JLo EL  m  We are able fo;offer Vancouver's  Sale Prices on GOOD YEAR TIKES.  Check and compare our prices on All brands  Inquiries welcome.  _tsgirggr^nc-TTx:  REMEMBER TO HAVE YOUR STUDDED TIRES  REMOVED BY THE END OF APRIL  For fast, friendly service come in to . . .  Sales 8t Service  COASTAL TIRES  Wholesale & Retail  ) '[  BOX 13, GIBSONS. B.C.  PHONE 886-2700  RADIAL EXPERTS ���CHARG^��� ��  HIGH SPEED BALANCING  r 11 ta' y^lfl'i' ^ frnin  \  e__ta  _______  Now brewed under Hoen_e In British Columbia.  DREI KRONEN BRAUEREI (1308) LTD.  /_  i, '  t  s  ������,  /  ���  /���*  ���/  \  ., A  l i Page 12  The Peniruula Ttrne��   -\   Wednesday, April 2S, 1973 Poor local tUWOUt Cited  Royal Canadian Legion Branch Noi t09, Gllisons  >   CARPET BOWLING  APRIL 29th ��� 2:00 P.M. -^ LEGION HALL  * - \  * * i ^  Branch Challenges O.A.P.6.  (return challenge from last spring)  * Open to. the Public  * Refreshments  r  cJLetd Ljo v5t  Mercury Outboards  from 4 hp to ISO hp  Smoker Craft Boats  Calkin's  Trailers      _  99  outinti ��� ������  A>j  m  available at  SECHELT  CHAIN SAW CENTRE LTD  885-2848, da vis bay  CAMPERS ��� EQUIPMENT OF All KINDS  CASH FOR ANYTHING OF VALUE  FOR SALE  Good Used Cars City Tested  Black Beauty  V-8 standard  i "65 PUN 11 At   All power equipped  1964 COMET  1967 COUNTRY SQUIRE ,0 p��"m3e' ^90"  1965 PONTIAC  1966 FIBREGLASS DEEP V **���Hg" Hm,n��"6ta"  One owner  Economy, real nice  6 cyl., stick  1970 JOHNSON 60 H.P  1972 HONDA 50 TUH*  Croft with canopy  Outboard, electric start,  hot-hot-fast  Come and see the Horsetraders of  MID CITY MOTORS  to sell, buy or swap  Centre opponents tactics  criticized by director  By RITA RELF. Director. Area B  BEFORE the recreation centre referendum becomes history I would like to  comment on it and things concerned with  such polls. The turn-out was poor, local  people did not make the effort while  it was quite apparent that there was  a larger than usual "absentee land owner"  vote. ^  ; Surely if people will make the effort  ' to come from Vancouver to vote then a  few more of us can get up off our rear  ends and drive or walk a mile Qr so.  The referendum was well advertised  weeks in advance both officially and by.  the proponents and opponents and it certainly warranted more interest from the  "taxpayer" than it received. ''.'  , While I am not a dedicated supporter  of the recreational centre idea I dp not  like the tactics used by an anonymous  group who sent letters to Vancouver  residents. A visiting friend gave meters.  The envelope was over-stamped in large  red letters "Sunshine Coast Taxes" and  the unsigned diatribe inside which had  no address contained, among qther things,  the following sentence: "Maintaining  other property in your home area you  ;.have our sympathy as in all probability  you w|ll be hit twice; once on your" present home and, if the recreation centre  goes through, again on your Sunshine  Coast property on which you may thope  someday to retire on a reduced income  and anticipated reduced taxes."      v  I wonder if the Homeowners Opposing Soaring Taxation group will be so  enthusiastic -in recruiting the Vancouver  voters when they need help for more  local-hospital service's or perhaps ambulance services or street lights etc. .They  may then remember that the Vancouver  voter already has these.  I received the usual' number of complaints about "not being on the voters'  list." Again the lists are well advertised  when they are produced each yeafj'and  that is the time to check. The lists are  made up from information, received from  Victoria and if your name does not appear  it is because for some reason it was no,t  on the list from Victoria and not because  somebody is trying to deprive you of  your vote and if it does not appear;' oh  trie final list it is because you failed to  check the preliminary, list before'.the  court of revision. For those new property  owners there, were facilities provided,  again well advertised three weeks before  .hand and available even on polling ,Jday  itself. Did I say something before about  getting off our rear ends? V  There has been some feedback in  response to my request for suggestions  on the future development of the Gulf  Islands. The general idea seems to be that  of acquisition bu without too nitich.  thought on what to do with islands or  waterfront property when acquired. If  you do gain ownership, of ^.something,  valuable _nd&ycii__S_&^  will be despoiled. The cost of acquisition^  and then the cost- of maintenance, super-  ., vision, administration etc. is something  that local or senior governments wish to  avoid if the same or a similar result may  be obtained by other means. In this case  I think the provincial government is  asking us to make recommendations on  the future use and development of the  Gulf Islands and other islands, i.e., how  to retain their beauty and uniqueness yet  allow them to continue as living areas.  ' This kind of problem has been solved  elsewhere particularly in Europe. We  want some similar guidelines to apply  here.  Another request from Victoria in the  hopes of keeping B.C. beautiful is the  preparation of an inventory of auto  wreckers to be forwarded' to Victoria to  permit them to act under the Scenic'  Highways Act. I will be interested to  hear from those of you knowing the location of any auto wrecks which you feel  should be removed.  ���      �� ,    ������  In each edition of these notes I will  deal with one aspect of regional district  government on which I have been questioned. The first is the most frequent:  "Why can't we have this or do that?"  The answer is usually "Because we  do not, have the authority." A regional  district Is not a municipality which has  somewhat broader powers to tax and  spend the proceeds on the many pr few  services its council considers -accessary.  With minor exceptions a regional district  may only spend money acquired'by requisition from the provincial government  on the functions stated in its letters  patent. These functions other than planning and administration are those services  requested and voted upon by^local property owners. Thus: water supply, garbage collection, fire protection, garbage  disposal sites etc. Some are beneficial to  the whole region, others .are localized.  The general rule is only those who  benefit pay for the service and good examples are the specified areas with street  lighting, Granthams, Langdale, Davis  Bay, Selma Park where local taxpayers  defined an area which they wished to  be lit and voted on a bylaw to provide  the service to it.  ��� /  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  !otke to Water Users  EST SECHELT - NOR'WEST BAY ROAD  THURSDAY, APRIL 26  WATER WILL BE OFF  9 a.m. to 10 a.m.  IN THE AREA FROM SECHELT ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL WEST TO THE END OF THE SYSTEM  G.DIXON, Superintondant  imiiiiiiHi  .ssasi_��.emsi_iHH_iiiii����i@iii_i_ii____i__��i^  ALUMINUM SEAMLESS GUTTERS  Heavy Gauge Baked Enamel  ' ' '     ''\    "     :        '   ���  ��� ALUMINUM CONVERSION; WINDOWS  ��� ALUMINUM ROLL-UP &  PERMANENT AWNINGS  �� ALUMINUM PATIO PORTS     ��� ALUMINUM SIDING  Our  Truck   and   Equipment  will be Available in the Area  Within the Next Few Weeks  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  CLIP THIS COUPON WITH NAME  AND ADDRESS AND SEND TO:  PACIFIC RIM ALUMINUM LTD.  2653 King-way, Vancouver 16, B.C.  Name   .  Address  WRITE BOX 6005  C/O PENINSULA TIMES LTD.  P.O.  BOX 310. SECHELT, B.C.  OR PHONE:  885-2246  (24 HR. SERVICE)  About water supply. Many of the Red-  rooffs/Halfrnoon Bay residents are concerned about this subject and many are  not. There is nothing unusual in this si- ���  tuation, there are the haves arid the have-  nots, and those with a dribble in between  who, would like' a good supply if they  could be 'assured that the shock of having  to pay for it would not be fatal.  To provide water' to Halfmoon -Bay  from Chapman Creek requires the expenditure of a great deal of money. This  money has to be borrowed and repaid  with interest in annual installments repayable over 25 years. The existing sys-  tem operating from Langdale and Gower  Point to West Sechelt is just operating  at a break-even point.  The present number of parcels of land  in" the Redrooffs/Halfmoon Bay area  could probably finance a system' but at  a very much greater cost to the individual user and land owner than that presently paid by the average owner in the  existing utility ($79 per year). If there  are many of you who are prepared to  pay charges well in excess of $100 per;  -year for water please let me know and  I will see if another "question?" can  be arranged to guide the = board in its  planning for water extension to the area.  A word to those who are of the opinion  that voting on a 'Jquestion" is the same  as voting for the pipes to be laid. I  I believe there has-been a misunderstanding in the past over this and there are  still people who are of the opinion that  they voted to have water extended, to  this area and are wondering why the  regional district is dragging i,ts' heels.  A "question" merely establishes the number of people wanting water and so far  not everybody does in fact want it To  my knowledge not one of the water  boards along Redrooffs Road has asked  the regional; district to take over their  system arid -until the time comes that  they do in fact request it the regional  district can not do so.  Trout Lake is not. considered, byi-ithe-  i board jo be an adequate - pr suitable:  source of water arid they do not at present favor any proposal for (the, ex^  penditure of funds in developing that  source on a short term basi_ as they  consider any such expenditure would  be1 wasteful. I realize some people of  the area do not share the board's opinion  in this matter but it seems a large number do as they are already concerned that  . the granting of water rights on the lake  for the supply of a small subdivision will  cause a shortage. If the lake cannot supply one additional subdivision it certainly cannot be expected to supply the  whole area.  Also, I know only too well from the  howls of protest of the people on the ���  existing utility, that when people pay for  water they expect it not, only to be clean  but perfect. They become frantic when  dirt and grit clogs toilets, hot water tanks  and Washing machines & if they thought  the hippies were bathing in it and salt  from the; highway running past it was  also being delivered to their homes no  doubt they would arrive at the regional  district's door with shot guns! I really  have to admit the board has a point when  it says Trout Lake is not a suitable  source. Perhaps some of those infuri-  iated housewives in tre Davis Elay-Selma  Park area would care to comment I  I would like to thank all those people  who have taken the time to write to mc  with their suggestions and from the mail  received from Gibsons, Roberts Creek  and Davis Bay I detect a genuine interest in the region as a whole which I  foel is a good sign and after all tho  whole idea of regional government.  Write to me c/o Regional District,  PO Box 800, Sechelt.  Bottle drive set  for Pender area  PENDER HARBOUR���A bootle drive  will be held April 27 to May 7 and  proceeds will bo used to aid the Pender  Harbour Swim Club and to offer free  swimming lessons.  A drive will be concentrated on tho  Francis Peninsula from Garden Bay to  Madeira Park,  Anyone Whihlng bottle pickup may  phono Mrs. Shirley Morrison, 003-2252 or  Mrs. Peggy Crowther, 003-2740; Mrs.  Annabclle Antilla, 003-2033 or Mrs. Mario  Roid,  (103-2470.  Swimming lessoai wiU lw taught at  Canoe Puss and Garden Bay Lake with  qualified  Instructors. ,  Sechelt Student Residence  May 4th - 8:00-10:00 p.m.  RESERVE HALL, SECHELT  $12.00 BUYS 3 CARDS  Mmmaae  C7J JSake J^aie  May 5th - 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  RESIDENCE GYM, SECHELT  REFRESHMENTS SOLD    J  ���a- ��� -..., *    ;     ���������.���.������,���.���_-_���    ���-������    i������_���������-������ ���������Jw-���- ���_!_���        ���  - !-_-__������__!__?__���.��_-__������  i   i , -i     ���  ������-���af���������a I  w i    ���li_r~_a_w^MW-_a___M��l^-__w____^_____a_w_-ll____.M.^__-��______M__a->_a_a_i ���   ,      ,��� -laa��� ���-___���a���      MIM    ���������������__���  *v., ��� ������.-.'���... ,'.'.'.  Proceeds to Finance Children's Band Trip  to Disneyland.  ���ir-ir  ..���t<1i(w*vt:*t*f-f*-  the market  for a car loan,  well throw in  $25 toward  the plates.  iT  ^BEAUTIFUL0!  RBC000  British coLumum  y tt ^  Milllllllll  i   i  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  SUNSHINE RENTALS  ��L  006-2040     886-2848  or 886-21B1 ovoej.  That's right. We'll give you $25 toward your  licence plates when you take out a Termplan  Personal Loan on a car at the Royal Bank. As  long as you take out a loan for $1,000 or more of  new money and we approve your application by  .1 une 29th, you qualify for the $25,  You also qualify if you take out a Termplan Loan  for at least $1,000, for any other reason.  Like a vacation, a boat or a travel trailer. If your  application is approved by June 29th, we'll give  you $25. In cash. There are no strings, no catches  and no change in interest rates. We know that  there are many people in the market for money  this spring, nnd we want to increase our, share of  tho business. So you don't havo to be a Royal Bank  customer to take advantage of this offer.  See your Royal Bank Manager. He'll even  arrange for a chequing nccount to take care of  tho loan repayments. And ask him about our  Money Matters book, It's full of hints on  budgeting and financing for a family, tt's yours  free when you come to the Royal Bank.  1b something nice for yourself...  ~" ROYAL BANK  serving British Columbia  See...  K.M.DUFFY  A.R. DRIDNENKI-  /  - Socholr. 885-2201  Madeira Park, 003-2711  ''   \  'f;  G?  i  ;  /__ AA  ������;&��'�����>_;*'  A-AAAfc  yA'-AAA AA--  A:AAAA  ���A--:A'AA'  r/'i.-:v  ./ >���  777-#  ��� /:������������  ;:&a^  Al-  GRADE 7 STUDENTS at Gibsons financing an edcational excursion to Daugherty, Cindy   Bea^dry, Janet  elementary display one of many Barkerville in June. Students pictur- MacKay, Diana.MacLellan, Michelle  posters they have produced to pub- ed are, from left, Patti Star, Carol Phillips and Cathy Forsyth,  licize fund raising ventures aimed at  Week-long tour planned . . .  Barkerville-bound students  plan fund-raising activities  GIBSONS���Thirty-six elementary school  pupils plan to broaden their horizons  this summer during a week-long excursion to Barkerville and surrounding points.,  of interest.  -  Teacher-in-charge of the trip, Dave  Rempel, told The Times he felt students  should work for their travelling, money,  and a wide variety of fund-raising projects are slated between now and June 4,  their departure date.  A meeting has been held with parents,  said Bempel arid many have pledged their  support, inoluding four who volunteered  to accompany students on the trip.  On alternate Saturdays, the "deserving" grade 7 students will hold car washes at Elphinstone Secondary School between 10 a.m. and noon.  : A hockey pool has also been arranged  for every playoff game, and students intend selling tickets in both Gibsons and  Sechelt.  With spring cleaning time here, the  7s will hold a timely clean-a-thon.  Raffles, bottle drive, student dance and  bake sale are also on the list of activities  which, the pupils hope, will take them to  ~nrTinnnnrinnnnnnnrimirinnTirnhiirinniiiiiiniiiinn^  _aaa__la-ll->ivi��_>iiai��liili_aiaiiiiii  abaret  ���;���:���".   :'    ������V!<_t>  M'-V.  DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Best in Live Entertainment  SATURDAY. APRIL 28  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  ,4��_l_l-��sMlls����1>*y_^^  MAKES GUTTING  TWICERS-EASY  ��� Tho twico-as-easy chain saw with Twin Trigger���  Dual Control System  H Lightweight, perfectly balanced, only 7.1 lbs.  less bar and chain  a Powerful Homellte�� a^^m^m .mm. ___.��_���  Heml-Head Engine SVViuQ^  m Automatic Chain Oiler, I IHww  standard equipment . || J^gir,  ��� Quiet Softono��� Muffler sus������t��d r��uIi Pric*  TM Tr��d��nn.fK ol Homsllt., s dM��lon of TsKtron Inc.  __.___.. �������~ ��� I  SECHELT  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  886-9626  HOMELITE  Barkerville.  Once there, Rempel said the students  Would study comparative agricultural methods in the area, visit Mica darn* Prince  George, visit schools in the area and learn  aibout logging, before returning home by  .rail. .   .    ..'.',������ '7; %���.���  "When we come back, we will present  a program/ of photos, tapes and notes of  ,our trip," said Rempel.       \ 7.  Suggestions on fund-raising ventures  are welcomed by the students, and anyone wishing to help should contact Rempel at Gibsons Elementary.    '      ~  MORE iVBOOT.;. :���.;������  *f Hew* facilitiesi ijeeofedf��� -  ���from page 1  ported that 3,001 volunteer hours were  donated to extended care.  "This   involved   56   volunteers   who  work with the patients in the morning,  assisting at games, handicrafts or just vis-:  iting and adjusting to what each volunteer finds pleases the patients and staff.  "The hairdressers' are there every  Tuesday, and Thursday and carry out  hairdressing as requested by any patient"  Mrs. Connor reported that a valet service has been instituted and a library cart  purchased.  Mrs. C. K. Raines, president of the coordinating council, reported that auxiliaries turned over $7,900. The Thrift Shop  transferred $6,900 and the gift shop $1,000  to the council fund.  "Out of the balance of funds for 1971  plus 1972 funds, the council provided the  hospital with about $18,500 for equipment  and patient comfort. At the end oi 1972  there was a balance of around $17,800.  The six auxiliaries have a total of 264  active members and 53 associate members,  she said.  There are 30 doctors involved at St.  Mary's���a 15 fold increase in 15 years,  said Dr. Eric Paetkau, chief of medical  staff.  "Three new doctors have Joined the  active medical staff; R. A. Cline, M. A.  Mountain and T. M. Brand. In addition  five new consultants now have privileges  here, significantly enlarging the type of  medical care available in this area," said  Paetkau.  "Of vital concern to us has been the  reinstltution of accreditation and much  has been accomplished towards this goal,  This requires th_ active function of eight  committees and it seemed we were always having meetings. "However, tho accreditation, If reinstated, will bo very sat- -  isfying to the medical staff and it provides more money to the1 hospital, there  Improving patient care." ' v  Paetkau praised the administration and  commented tho medical nnd administrative staffs havo always been compatible.  "In a nutshell," he1 concluded, "1072  saw more people, more room, more equipment, more services. St, Mary's has become a gleaming, humming, modern medical centre. But wo are pleased that the  congenial casual relationship of eveyone  involved on Its 'health team' remains as  before.  "Not os casual as the days 12 years  ngo, when a dog was allowed to visit hla  mistress after regular visiting hours I But  that's nostalgia".  ��is_B_____BBa_i  LORD JIM'S  LODGE  Take your family out  for Lunch or Dinner  Heated Pool and Saunas  available at extra chargo  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES, ETC.  ?or Reservations  ��Ao/io 886-2232  tommmimmmmmmmmmmuutm  :TJh _'?r^��ini_i<i:;Tim��|';~ '-A'-. - **����� ''��� V*A'  MORE  ABOUT ...  ��� Gibsons council  --tram pea* 1  chure^with the local chamber of commerce. \, ^  Peterson felt the brochure was a good  one and well worthwhile pursuing.  ' < Port. Mellon Industries-Credit Union  applied to council for permission to build  new office accommodation and either a  duplex or triplex on the old telephone  office site. .     ,.  Under its proposal, the lot site would  be re-arranged and area presently jutting out at the comer of Seaview and  Highway 101 would be turned over to  the village, allowing better traffic flow  at the'junction. ,    '  .  x Council referred the proposal to their  planner for consideration. Robinson <re-  ported!;that the tennis court is now playable. "'''  Peterson commended the volunteer  workers who had repaired the facility  and erected the mesh fence.  Aid. Hugh Archer, public works committee'^ chairman, said he would investigate; tiie possibility of using municipal  equipment to help with the tennis court  project at Elphistone Secondary School.  MORE ABOUT.'. .  ��� Sprinkling system,  *   ;' --wwn page ^_  the new premises," Giampa wjote count-"  cil. ,.,, .        '  "May I suggest that council discuss  this and may, I also suggest that a letter  from ��ouncil advising Mr. (Ron) Dunsford  (owner) that the existing house be improved and brought up to the standards  adopted by the village of Sechelt."  Mayor Ren Lang said that due to poor  building bylaws there is little that can  be done but a check will be made, he  said, Co bring he building to standards.  "The old building should have been'  removed but our present bylaws^ are flimsy," Lang said.  Giampa, in another letter to council,  recommended that bylaws be redrafted  to remove or demolish several old homes  in the village's commercial section.  Following an inspection of the commercial district, Giampa recommended  that designs of buildings in regards to  appearance be approved by council prior  to the permits being issued.  'T do believe that, the council and the  public should live up to the advertising  which places us on the Beautiful Sunshine  Coast'. Sechelt has - the distinct factor to  become the most beautiful of all, both  scenic and architecturally.  "If council approves a building for its  frontal appearance, I believe that this  could;be a big step towards the most attractive commercial area of any and will  avoid any more abortive looking buildings ^ the village. Something appealing  to the eye costs less or no-more than the  square boxes of many areas in this province."   .....-,     ^M^:AA^A-A^~A^-^:A  ^Itoat cJUeveloipmenl cJLlc  1 '  |        SEPTIC TANK - DITCHING  |   EXCAVATING.LAND CLEARING        C :���   |  I ROAD BUILDING ^r ^ Jfc X  GRAVEL and FILL       ��";'^" ^Wi  *%_es_TgK_�����  |   DOUG FRASER: 8862830   |5     _. _  S ^>>My<.i_��i%.��a^J��^_"_>��-/'��ai��aa>iaii"5*  __/__////i//-///i-//i^^  3    %*^*tW s  Before you sign, do you  ask these questions ?  Before you sign any credit or loan contract you should ask  yourself these questions:  ��� Am I getting credit at lowest cost?  ��� Will my family be protected should the unexpected occur?  ��� Am I using a credit source \ can count on in the future, and  which benefits my family and my community?  To answer these questions, compare other types- of credit with  a loan from the Credit Union. You'll be glad you did.  CREDIT UNIONS  SERVINGPEOPLE WORLDWIDE  n... n  ��� ���"(.I'M  "Illi "  __  Pender Harbour Credit Union  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  $at.. May 5th -- 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  AT  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER PARK  HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  2 New Models on Display from Munday Homes  12' x 62' Deluxe LEADER   /  % Bedroom - Colonial fumituro, patio doors, shag  carpot in hall, L.R. and M. Bedroom.  $11,500 F.P. - delivered _ set up  12' x ��S8' Deluxe LEADER  3 Bedroom - Deluxe traditional fumituro in crushed velvet, morblo-llko coffoo and ond tablos, bay  window.  $11,900 F.P. - delivered _ set up  Come in and see our courteous sales reps. RAY & MARION . . . They are quite willing to explain financing and help anyone in choosing floorcoverings,, furniture, colors,  etc. to your, personal taste.  Also KEN WATSON from MUNDAY HOMES would like to see his many customers and  friends who have bought from him in the past.  FREE BALLOONS, COFFEE: & COOKIES  "^"^"-^ Phone 886-9826 for further information ��~~-��~  SHI!) faking outers on 12' 160' LEADERS - F.P. $8,995  ____S_9_S  __________e___  ______BB___2lt__  ___s-  a  /1  \\  V  IV  // K^V^^stft15'^;?  -'   ''7'^'v777'." 7'":'  ���A'  ���V '  ���'.' V  ��� w  !7-l:  Pago 14 The Pentnnsula Timei  ~i^C|jP_bT;j^^  pointing down the crowd, following  the- lead of their emperor cried 'death'  to the stricken warrior.  Home 400 AD? ���      - x        ,  No, Sechelt, B.C.  It isn't quite as bad as it sounds. It  was merely Sechelt Elementary School's  way  of  studying  the   {toman  Empire.  'Grade 7 students at the school, studying  , Borne in their social studies class, felt that  - the best way to probe the manners and  mores of the Romans was to recreate  their life, s  ' So, "with the permission, indeed the  concurrence of principal Sam Reid, Wednesday was declared Roman orgy day at  the school and all seventh grjaders dressed  up in Roman costumes (which they made  themselves) and Sechelt Elementary went  back 1500 years.  For weeks previously students worked  on projects and models, writing reports  and there was even a slide show showing  Roman gods and goddesses.   -^  The day was capped off with processions of vestal virgins, slaves, gladiators,  senators'and the emperor parading into  the coliseum.  Virgins danced, slaves* bowed, senat-  ��� ors���proud and arrogant��� promenaded  and -gladiators fought with the best man  ' winning. Sometimes the emperor would  spare a brave fallen warrior with the  thumbs up "life" sign-, and other times,  the unfortunate would "die".  Students, teachers, and principal obviously had a lot of fun and the students,  including pupils from grades one through  s_k, who were the Roman audiences,  learned much more about how things  were done in Rome.  &  'penina   ^Joon...  Books & Stationery  SECHELT  NEW & LARGER  PREMISES  ^iiniMKJWiiiUIttffliWfMMUIUMi^  s  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  BINGO  New Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 P.M.  JACKPOT $200  TO GO  $10 Door Prise  m  r-���immmmmMmmm*mmmmmmmMmmmMmmmm.mmmmm���mm*-������  I  Proud senators and vestal virgins and emperor await opening of Roman games.  r  ���a  0 ' ������.'���_�����'  iw  '(.*��  ���Jf%  ]AA  .1     ��� |H,|  <P*>.  rrfi  ���ll'lll  .&  A\  'tt2S<  i,__;  f"'; A    :j^0^^^^-';  ���*#,  'r   ��  ,v  &*>  *t  Rt_  ��� _/  o���  4 ��>;  iPim  ^_J7i:o  *v.*_  W i      _��2_ t  _fti��T_  vmmQ^mM^!mimm>  .   WWNv1 *1(->!_��^WW.      .    , W_a_|ffT��*. ,  .  PlfAK  tT0mM��mmmm��  _____  ,,�� *  \'vY<\i',  wmsm-.'  M\>i/?��f.  iM'L'^mvaM  Mi  mm, #  -***������  'mmmsmmsiawmsWamWammaWi ,  ____  ir^WPlf'  fUi ? >.��� �� ���" 1  W  /ames Stewart, former  building inspector, dies  GIBSONS-Jomes Stewart, building Inspector for the municipality since 19(10,  died ir. his Gibsons home April 13 dt the  age of 71.  Stewart had lived in the village for  2fl years nnd was well respected by all  Who knew him.  Municipal cleric .David Johnston described Stewart as a 'very nice man' and  expressed deep regret at his passing.  He is survived by hi3 wife, Wynne  and son Barrie, who lives in Vancouver.  The funeral was held April 23,  Traffic triangle  to stay, says mayor  SECHELT���Mrs. Charles Murray of Selma Pork hopes that the cenotaph triangle at Cowrie and Wharf Streets will  be left intact.  She wrote villaRo council expresolng  her concern that the park-like aettlng  would be disturbed with the proposed  traffic improvements. Sho commented on  a report In tho April 11 Peninsula TlmCfi  that the cenotaph would bo , removed  while upgrading of Highway 101 continued. ���  Mayor Bon Lang said, after Mm Murray's letter wan read to the council, that  ptily tho cenotaph la under coniiidcratlon  to 'hp moved not necessarily the triangle  itself.  He mM that the I-egloh may move tho  cenotaph to its new grounds at Ha new  site.  Mm Murray said: ,lThe triangular  area of cenotaph and trcc_ In a most attractive approach to our village especially In conjunction with tho adjacent treed  park area on Wharf Street.  "Without/this area wo will become  Just another amall, dull town and will  he by-passed by many who would otherwise conuj here Bpeclflcally for enjoyment of rural atmosphere.  This is why so many of the newer  residents who came first as vlnltors, are  enjoying tho beauty of naturul surround-  ingn." '! -   "  Langdale choir, grades 1 and 2 performed at the ail-school concert in Pender Harbour April 17.  '1  ���  ow r  KS9_��__��  ONLY $9875.00 FOR THIS  3 BEDROOM HOUSE!  *  'V ;  ____?��'  DREflltl  HOmES  ERECTED ON YOUR FOUNDATION  "' 'Wo'  n I iwnnoom I    ]    ! 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Highway 101  Madeira Park  Phono  0199*2505  '���"\ ��� r'  \j  ',i ���'  ../  . I '���������;V ���;���/���;  ���m  ���A  MW0^U^W^i^iX  mm  ���<;:���:;;{��� m:-A AAA;--,; AW  m  ������''AW  AAA  AA  V  ������:)'��� A  ��� ��� ������ ���...:  ������������ v        :: ���������.������'.������. -.���:������ :  ������. ���������  ���  AmAAA-mm  ���Vv.-'.  WedneBdoy, April 25, 1973 The Pen in tulo Time.  '''A:a:a:-a  Madeira Park Happenings  Roberts Creek folk group, under the direction of Will Bulmer, sang several selections at the concert April 17.  Juveniles held after  theft oi 21-iaot boat  GIBSONS���Two    Juveniles    havo  been  charged   with  theft following  disappearance of a 21-foot flberform boat from  Gibsons wharf April 14,  HCMP later apprehended n p 16-year-  old   girl   and   boy  aboard   tho  boat   at  Horseshoe Bay,  '   Tho boot Is owned by a Port Moody  man,  Arnold   ltosongrcn,  Golf clubhouse entered,  $1,000 goods stolen  THIEVES broke into tho Sunshine Coont  Golf and Country Club in the early  hours of April 10, utcallng a rotllo, amplifier, speakers, a quantity of cigarettes  and nome candy bars.  RCMP uttld tho ihtrudcra "did quite  a bit of damage" to tlic clubhouse.  Value of the stolen goods, and cost  pf tho damage Is estimated \nt $1,000,  Police arc Investigating.  Madeira Park grade 1 class were star porformors at the concert.  )  t  ASSEMBLY  WE had a final assembly before the Easter holidays. On Thursday Mr. Wishlove and Mr. Rees gave out prizes to the  winning contestants in the airplane contest. The lucky winners (there were eight  of tHem) received NHL hockey pucks. All  the students saw the film "Charlie the  Lonesome Cougar". Everyone enjoyed it  very much. Mr. Wishlove introduced Mr.  Kobus, Mrs. Duff, and Mrs. Kammerle  during the assembly. These ladies helped  to organize the Easter egg- hunt for the  primary grades. Mrs. Haase and Mrs. Hig-  gins also helped during the egg hunt.  MAY QUEEN  The May queen for the Pender Harbour area this year is Yvonne Campbell.  Congratulations to. Yvonne. May queen  attendants are: Darlene Kammerle, Marie  Jensen, Lhevinne Talento, Mokie Sterloff  and Kelly Heid. Congratulations to all  the girls.  NOON HOUR ACTIVITIES  House games of May are being postponed except in the event of rainy weather. During nice weather Mrs. Rees will  be coaching the senior boys' softball  team; Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Phillips will  ��� by Ernie Kingston   '  be coaching the senior girls' softball team.  Mr.-Donhelly-will-be-coaching the junior  boys' softball team; and Mr. Wishlove  will be instructing the track and field  team. There will be a district track meet  on June 1 this year at Langdale.  STUDENT TEACHERS  We will have two student teachers at  our school during the first three weeks ih  May. They will be in the grade 2-3 class  and the grade 3-4 class.  EASTER HOLIDAYS  Students will be getting nine days'  holiday at Easter this year. School starts  ort Monday, April 30. Have a happy Easter, everybody 1  NOTICE  Pender Horbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of oil kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  FOOD  STORES  Sechelt  885-9416  SALE:  Thursday, Friday  Saturday,  April 26,27,28  CANADA GRADE 'A', No.  1  Chuck Steaks  Bananas  7 s$100  Bulk  Wieners  69c "b.  Tomatoes  29'it*  i-   "a I*..;";���!/  fleer1  Sausage  79' ib  Canada Grade 'A' No. 1  CROSS RIB  ROAST  1.25 lb.  Fresh, Local  Rhubarb  2 lb. 39c  Wagon Wheels EC  Weston's - 14 ox     %f%f  HI C FRUIT DRINKS *&2/69":  PANCAKE & WAFFLE  SYRUP �������   49��  PANCAKE MIX ��fro"5J��  PAPER TOWELS Jr.!0,.,,  63'  ���jsjffiP*  TEA BAGS J��Toa 19<  %���".';��� v  SPAGHETTI  Nabob  14 ox.  5/1*00  CARROTS 5�� T* 2/*f5c  W�� rosorvo tho right to limit quantities  \    li  mohaMamWMilJkmmimM  ___! ���"��/���<���  m  w  -.'A-  ^7-K^  AA  -���������- ���������::   ''���".'.V... ��� I ',';':  ���7 ��� '������,vv :.-������ 7':r-:.^  7rt7:  HoiDefown newspaper contest . . .   ; 1  Five 'Ws' in The Times  mean more to  By HUGH DUFF. Half moon Ray  "WHAT, Who, When, Where' and Why  are the basic principles of all good  journalism but in our local paper they  mean so much more. The Peninsula Times  mentions events, people, times and places  that not. only concern us deeply, but in  which 'we are' often active participants.  We read the big city dailies, occasionally, and .we. invariably watch the  national and local news on the television  b_t these refer mostly to matters that  - do not directly concern us, they are,-after all, across the sea. We, on the Sunshine. Coast, are a very proud and possessive people' so this makes Wednesday of each week a very special' day,  the day that The Times is delivered to  our door.  The Times keeps us informed, right  ' from the time a project is planned, it's  ��� continuing progress, right through to  its completion. The Bank of Montreal  is building a fine new building, we watch  its progress almost brick by brick, because it's our Bank. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140 has built a large  modern building which will become the  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All show* 8 p.m. ond In color  CONQUEST OF THE  PLANET OF THE APES  ��� General-���  Wed. to Sat., April 23 to 28  . Saturday Motine* ol 2:00 p.m.  Cyan Cannon & Gene Hockman  DOCTORS' WIVES  ��� Restricted ���  Sun., Mon., Tiies., April 29,30, May 1  DON'T BE AFRAID TO OFFER  SUGGESTIONS ON WHAT YOU  WOULD LIKE TO SEE  focal - point, .of much of our abundant  social life.. We learn of extensions to the .  Medical Clinic, a new' large Home Centre, Dr. Perry of Gibsons^ who looks after the health of our fourfooted friends -  has. built a new modern clinic. There is  so much news. The whole of the Sunshine  Coast is a busy, hustling place but still,  at a pace that is far removed from the  big city rat race.  The editorial columns provide us  with many thought provoking views of  many current .issues, some controversial,  but in a very unbiased and tolerant man--  ner. -Certainly there would seem to be  very little apathy in our area, a goodly  amount of space is provided for Letters  to the Editor and it is always in great  demand. .  The young people are well served in  our paper; the majority of schools have  their own columnists, who_ list the many  achievements, such as sports, music, academic and fund raising projects, all of  which combine to give us a well rounded  account of the acivities of our young:  folks.  The Times abounds in pictures, sport- ,  ing  events,  roadwork,  new . buildings,  musicians, new executives and alas also,  accidents.N  The" service clubs, hospital auxiliaries,  churches, the Chamber of commerce all  contribute their' aims, objects and accomplishments to the sum total of news!,  The classfied pages provide us the  names of those who grieve, the newly  weds and those brand new citizens of  our area. We learn we can buy anything  from second hand books to an aeroplane. A convenient feature for old and  new residents is the business directory,  which lists almost every possible service  one could require.  The homemaker and the merchants  both benefit from the excellent advertising displayed in The Times. The seller  has the opportunity to display his wares,  whether goods or services and the buyer  is better able to make an intelligent selection, to suit his or her needs.  The Peninsula Times is the eyes, ears,  voice and conscience of our Sunshine  Coast, it's' our paper and we are very  proud of it..  RECENT paintings by local artists on  display. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  ���_.������/������ - " >���:���;.  ���M^A  ���I':  ���, ,^:K,.J0A$,  #  V.-rJ:  Page 16  The Peninsula time*  Wednesday, April 25, 1973?  a<-a:A:-'  N <*TIC E  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Trade Licence Bylaw  Village of Sechelt has enacted a trade licence by-law which will  include all commercial or industrial undertaking providing professional,  personol or other service for gain or profit within the Village of Sechelt.  The licence inspector shall have the power to grant, issue or  transfer licences.  Any persoh^applying for a licence to carry on a non-resident business such as auctioneer, pedlar or scavenger shall deposit securities  worth $500 with the village clerk.  Fees quoted below are payable forthwith ond are for six-month  periods due April 30 and October 31st of each year. The by-law becomes effective October 31, 1973.  Full particulars and a copy of the by-law can be seen during  regular business hours at the village office. Businesses listed below  include major ones, in Sechelt ��� a complete list is available at the-  village office.  Automobile-Service Station or Garage ..���_____ ... $N25.00  Bankers _.���  Barbers, Beauty Parlors, Hairdressers  Bowling Alleys 1 _" ...  Bulk Oil Stations ._  Coin Laundry _.- .   SIGRID PETERSEN, daughter of  talented Port Mellon woodcarver  Hans Petersen, carries on the family  tradition during a recent open house  at Langdale elementary school. Ian  Jacobs' class gave demonstrations  of wax and soap carving to a large  turnout of parents and relatives.  Blake C. Alderson O.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Offlca Building Sachet*  Phono 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 am - 5:15 pm        10 am - 2:30 pm  100.00  15.00  16.50  25.00  15.00  Contractors (less than 11 employees) ;_���__  7 25.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  25.00  1.00  15,00  3.00  1.00  Medical Practitioner  ���__���.  Drug Store _.���. ~__  ' Real Estate, General Insurance & Accounting  . Restaurants, Cafe or Drive-In ���.._.���._._  Retail and/or Wholesale _. ...���.j���_. :.  Room Rentals ". .__���  Taxi - 1 vehicle l.������_._._  ��� each additional vehicle ,__.__._.  Trailer Courts ^__........���.  SPINK SALMON  Queen  Charlotte, Vt-lb.  49  Coffee Break  1-lb. pkg.     79  S Chicken Noodle Soup .��� 2;49c  ���j COFFEE  ���5 BATHROOM TISSUE,.     69  t_ PAPER TOWELS  Cut-up lb.  Snowflafce  2'/a lb   59  99  $���  89  5 SHORTENING  S INSTANT COFFEE  S CHOCOLATE DRINK :       99  S CHEESE SLICES <1.7  |  79'ij  79CS  ��������� -S  CANTALOUPE _        3 5*1.00.$  s1.00 ��  GROUND BEEF  BEEF SAUSAGE  Fresh Ib.  FRESH SPRING SALMON WHILE STOCK LASTS.  ORANGES  Arizona  Valencia  CUCUMBERS  Hot Houso  Can. No. 1, oa.  AUNT  JEMIMA  WAFFLES  29CS  ��� 9  Frozen, 10 oz.  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THMRSDAY, APRIL 26 TO SATURDAY, APRIL 28  39'W  ���is  Si ������������-������ iin___________i ��  CINNAMON BUNS 6 for 39c   hWamaWammmmmmmmmmt.mmmmmmmJaamaaWamwM J(  ^ CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE :  79c    *--~ w. JK^SU ,    "M^-w ^  BAKERY SPECIALS  \    \  A     Y  A  \ \i  i     i  /  3  <   i  \ If launching or PENDER HARBOUR, make the following corrections:  HIGH TIDE odd 2 minutes; subtract 0.1  feet  LOW TIDE odd 2 minutes; subtract 0.1  feet  &  ' Motel & Marina  Cabins ��� Boors  Mercury Outboard Sales and Service  Stareraft Boats  MADEIRA PARK 883-2248  Sechelt Chain Saw  Centre Ltd.  MERCURY MARINE SALES & SERVICE  4 h.p. to 150 h.p.  NEW AND USED CHAIN SAWS  Phone 885-9626  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� PM.  JUNE 1973  Times shown-are  Daylight Saving Time  Day Time Hgt.  1  Jr.  1202 9.6  0455 13.5  1227���1.4  0755 14.0  2  5a.  1257 9.7  0545 13.3  0112���1.5  0850   14.3  3  Su.  0157  635  9.5  12.9  0202-  0935  ���1.1  14.4  4  M.  0257  0730  9.2  12.3  0247  1025  ���3  14.4  5  Tu.  0407  0830  8.6  11.4  0337  1105  .9  14.3  Day   Time    Hgt.  9  So.  10  Su.  0105  0822  13.5  4.1  0245  0722  9.8  7.3  0145  0902  13.1  3.1  0410  0837  10.7  8.5  0215    12.6  0947     2.3  -in  en  CO   CO  CO    CO  6  W.  0522  0945  7.7  10.4  14  Th.  0400  1137  11.8  1.1  0422  1145  2,4  14.2  0730  13.3  7  Th.  0627  1110  6.5  9.6  IS  Fr.  1232  0440  10.0  11.7  0517  4.1  1212  0800  1.1  13.4  8  Fr.  1230  0727  13.9  5.3  16  So.  0107  0520  9.9  11.7  0100  0617  9.3  5.7  1247  0830  1.1  13.5  v>  O  COZY COURT MOTEL  INLET AVE., SECHELT  \    Phone 885-9314  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  17  Su.  0142  0555  0122  0900  9.7  11.6  1.3  13.6  25  M.  1235  0812  0310  0712  13.3  3.4  19.3  8.6  18  M.  0227  0635  0157  0925  9.5  11.4  1.6  13.7  26  Tu.  0110  0857  0425  0827  13.3  2.0  11.3  9.67  19  Tu.  0307  0730  0232  0955  9.2  11.1  2.0  13.7  27  W.  0155  0947  0525  0942  13.4  .7  12.3  10.1  20  W.  0357  0810  8.7  10.6  28  Th.  0240  1032  13.5  ���.4  0302  2.7  1025 13.7  21  Th.  0442  8.1  0900 10.1  0342  1055  3.6  13.6  22  0542  7.2  Fr.  1015  9.6  0422  4.8  1125  13.5  0620 13.1  1052 10.3  29  Fr.  0335 13.6  1122���1.1  0705 13.7  1152 10.2  30  Sa  23  So.  0632 6.1  1140 9.3  0507 6.1  1200 13.4  24  Su.  0717     4.8  0130     9.5  0557     7.4  0445 13.6  1207���1.4  0750   14.2  TIDES SHOWN ON THIS TABLE ARE FOR SECHELT-GIBSONS, MAINLAND SHORE  SUNSHINE COAST TIDE TABLE  PENDER HARBOUR CHEVRON  Sunshine Coast Highway at Francis Peninsula ��� Phone 883-2392  Frank Roosen -  ICE ��� AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES ��� PROPANE  "EXPERTS IN BOAT TRAILER REPAIRS"  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� P.M.  JULY 1973  Times shown are  Daylight Saving Time  Day   Time    Hgt.  1  Su.  GIBSONS HARDWARE  (1966)   Ltd.  1556 Marine Phone 886-2442  SPORTING GOODS - FISHING TACKLE  HUNTING AND FISHING  LICENCES  1247 9.8  0530 13.3  1257-^-1.2  0825   14.5  3  Tu.  0247 8.4  0730 12.2  0227 .6  0945 14.6  2  0147  9.2  10  oiio  12.2  M.  0630  12.9  Tu.  0912  2.6  0142  ���.5  0510  12.0  0905  14.6  0932  10.2  4  0342  7.4  W.  0835  11.4  0312  2.1  1020  14.5  5  Th.  0447 6.4  0945 10.6  0357 3.8  1055 14.2  Day  Time    Hgt.  9  M.  1235 12.7  0827 3.0  0405 11.3  0807 9.7  11  W.  6  Fr.  0547 5.3  1115 10.0  0447 5.6  1125 13.7  7  So.  0642 4.4  1255 10.0  0537     7.3  8  Su.  0732 3.6  0240 10.5  0642     8.7  0200 11.9  0957 2.2  0600 12.6  1042 10.3  12  0240  11.7  Th.  1037  1.9  0640  13.0  1137  10.3  O*  ��  o  <5  in  CO  CO  U BOrn  tfSfz  ui X ���  13  Fr.  0330 11.7  1117 1.6  0715   13.2  14  Sa.  1217  0415  1152  0740  10.1  11.8  1.5  13.4  15  Su.  1247  0500  1227  0805  9.8  11.9  1.5  13.5  16  M.  0117 9.5  0545 11.9  0102 1.6  0825 13.7  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  17  0152  9.0  25  1215  13.2  Tu.  0630  11.7  W.  0827  1.6  0132  2.0  0420  11.9  0845  13.8  0817  10.3  18  0232  8.4  26  0115  13.2  W.  0715  11.4  Th.  0922  ,7  0202  2.6  0520  12.6  0905  13.9  0937  10.4  19  0322  7.6  27  0225  13.3  Th.  0810  11.0  Fr.  1017  0.0  0237  3.6  0605  13.2  '-  0930  13.9  1042  10.2  20  0357.  6.7  28  0325  13.3  Fr.  0910  10.6  Sa.  1107  ���.4  0317  4.7  0645  13.7  0955  13.8  1137  9.7  21  0447  5;7  29  0430  13.4  Sa.  1020  10.3  Su.  1157  ^���.5  ��� ,  0352  6.1  '  0720  14.0  ,  1025  13.6  22  0537  4.7  30  1237  8.9  Su.  1140  10.2  M.  0530  13.2  0437  7.4  1237  0.0  1055  13.5  0755  14.3  23  0632  3.7  31  0127  8.0,  M.  0120  10.4  Tu.  0630  12.8  0532  8.7  0122  .9  1135  13.3  0830  14.4  1A  mtr  9_  24  0727  2.6  Tu.  0305  11.1  0647  9.7  Next to the  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt  AGENCIES LTD.  FREE CATALOGUE  OF  SUNSHINE COAST  REAL ESTATE  VANCOUVER ��� Phone 689-5838 (24 hours)  Box 128, SECHELT ��� Phone 885-2235  If launching at PORPOISE BAY make the following corrections:  HIGH TIDE add 2 hours 8 minutes; subtract 6 feet  LOW TIDE add 2 hours 45 minutes; subtract 0.5 'feet  V  LLOYD'S  Garden Bay Store  GROCERIES ��� ICE ��� GASOLINE  FISHING TACKLE -  PENDER HARBOUR , 883-2253  MADEIRA MARINA  K&C BOATS - EVINRUDE MOTORS  O.M.C., CHRYSLER & VOLVO SERVICE"  FISHING TACKLE - PARTY & BLOCK ICE  CAMPERS - BOATS - CABINS  PENDER HARBOUR  PHONE 883-2266  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� P.M  AUG. 1973  Times shown are  Daylight Saving Time/  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  1  W.  0222  0735  0207  0855  6.9  12.4  2.2  14.3  9  Th.  0110  0917  0525  1032  11.3  3.0  12.6  10.1  2  Th.  0312  0835  5.9  11.7  10  Fr.  0225  1007  11.2  2.7  0247  0925  3.7  14.2  0559  1107  12.8  9.7  3,  Fr.  0357  0940  5.1  11.2  11  Sa.,  0320  1047  11.4  2.5  0327  0955  5.4  13.8,  0625  1147  13.0  9.3  4  Sa.  0452  1105  4.4  10.8  12 !  Su.  0420  1127  11.7  2.4  0412  1025'  7.0  13.3  0650  13.1  5  Su.  0542  1240  3.9  10.8  13  M.  1217  0505  8.8  11.9  0507  1055  8.5  12.7  1202  0715  2.4  13.3  6  M.  0632  0215  3.5  11.2  14  Tu.  1242  0550  8.2  12.1  0617  1135  9.6  12.1  .'::..  1232  0730  2.6  13.4  7  Tu.  0732  3.3  0340 11.7  0752 10.2  8  W.  1210  0827  0440  0932  11.6  3.2  12.2  10.3  15  W.  0122  0635  0112  0755  7.5  12.1  3.1  13.6  16  Th.  0152     6.7  0720   12.0  0147  0815  3.9  13.6  L  INBOARD-OUTBOARD MOTORS  SMITTY'S BOAT RENTALS  & MARINA  Dealer for  MERCURY OUTBOARDS  BRIGGS 8, STRATTON ENGINES  Gibsons at the Wharf - Phone 886-7711  IA  z  u��-��  Ul_a  ��8��_|<  s  2  <g_.  y��c_  _��  UI  2  Day  Time^  Hgt.  Day  Time  0220  0957  0530  1047  Hst.  17  Fr.  0237  0815  0217  0840  5.8  11.8  4.9  13.7  25  Sa.  12.4  1.0  13.3  8.9  18  Sa.  0317  0910  0257  0905  5.0/  11.5  6.1  13.6  26  Su.  0340  1052  0600  1132  12.5-  1.0  13.6  .7.9  19  Su.  0357  1015  0332  0935  '4.1  11.3  7.4  13.4  27  M.  0445-  1137  0635  12.7  1.4  13.7  20  M.  0452  1140  3.4  11.1  28  Tu.  1222  0545  6.9  12.8  0422  1010  8.6  13.2  1222  0705  . 2.1  13.8  21  Tu.  0552 2.7  0125 11.3  0527 9.7  1050 12.9  o  e  e  22  W.  0652 2.2  0250 11.9  0657 10.3  1150 12.6  29  0107  5.8  W.- 0645 12.8  0102  0735  3,2  13.8  23  Th.  0757 1.7  0400  0832  12.5  10.3  24  Fr.  0105  0857  0450  0947  12.4~  1.2  13.0  9.8  30  Th.  0147  0740  0147  D800  4.9  12.6  4.4  13.6  31  Fr.  0227=  0840  0222  0830  4.6  12.4  5.8  13.3  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  REAL ESTATE  GENERAL AND LIFE INSURANCE  "For The Choitett Properties"   ,  1538 Gower Pr, Rd, Gibsons - Phone 886-2000 SUNSHINE COAST TIDE TABLE  BUCCANEER  MARINA & RESORT  SECRET COVE  R.R.  1, HALFMOON BAY ��� 885-9563  ���  Sport Fishing Charters   *   Boat Rentals  ���  Water Taxi  ���   Launching  MACLEODS  authorized dealer  TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD.  Trail Bay Centre Sechelt, B.C.  Complete  Line of Fishing Tockle  GAME LICENCES  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� P.M.  SEPT. 1973  Times shown are  Daylight Saving Time  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  1  So.  0312  0935  3.7  12.1  9  So.  0315  1017  10.5  3.6  0307  0857  7.0  12.9  0530  1112  12.8  8.1  2  Su.  0352  1040  3.0  11.8  10  M.  0410  1057  11.4  3.6  0357  0930  8.2  12.4  0550  1142  12.9  7.3  3  M.  0442  1205  3.6  11.7  11  Tu.  0500  1127  11.8  3.8  0447  0955  9.2  11.9  0610  13.1  4  Tu.  0532  0130  3.7  11.7  12  w.  1217  0550  6.4  12.2  0602  1030  9.8  11.4  1212  0630  4.3  13.2  5  W.  0627  0250  3.9  11.9  13  Th.  1247  0640  5.4  12.5  0757  1120  10.0  10.9  1242  0655  4.9  13.3  6  Th.  0732  0350  4.0  12.2  14  Fr.  0117  0730  4.4  12.7  0922  9.8  0122  0720  5.8  13.4  7  Fr.  1235  0832  10.6  3.9  15  Sa.  0152  .0820  3.4  12.7  0435  1012  12.4  9.3  0157  0745  6.8  13.3  S  Sa.  0210  0932  10.3  3.7  16  Su.  0237  0915  2.8  12.7  0505  1042  12.6  8.8  0247  0815  7.8  13.2  CO  ��?  eo  oo  o  e  o  O  >  >  c_  LU  P  LU  C_  LU  I  LL>  ��_  UJ  - - ��� w  w *1  Parkers Hardware Ltd.  SECHELT 885-2171  Furniture & Appliances  Fishing end Hunting Supplies  Day   Time    Hgt.  17      0322     2.3  M.      1020    12.5  0332  0850  8.8  12.9  18     0412     2.1  Tu.     1135    12.4  0432  0930  9.5  12.5  19  W.  0512  0100  2.2  12.4  0552  1025  9.9  12.0  20  Th.  0617  0225  2.3  12.6  0727  1135  9.8  11.6  21  Fr.  0732  0315  2.4  12.9  0852  9.1  22  Sa.  0115  0837  11.3  2.5  0400  0952  13.1  8.1  23  Su.  0240  0937  11.5  2.7  0445  1037  13.3  7.0  24     0400 11.8  M.      1032 3.1  0515 13.4  1117 5.8  Day   Time    Hgt.  25  Tu.  0S05  1117  12.2  3.8  0545   13.4  26  W.  1202  0600  1202  0610  4.6  12.6  4.7  13.4  27  Th.  1237 3.7  0655 12.9  1247 5.8  0640 13.2  28  Fr.  0112     3.0  0750    13.0  0127  0700  6.8  13.0  29     0152     2.1  So.     0840   13.1  0212  0730  7.8  12.6  30  Su.  0227     2.5  0930    13.0  0252  0800  8.6  12.2  o  m  in  m  3 ��*.��  5 o "o  E  a-  *C  I .��*���  ���_   >< ������  <    O f>  'A*  O ft  0_f?l  2  ��? it  *~ J *��  ����-��  ���*.  >���  �� 8~  -c i_ ��������  a  Ji ~ ��*��  J- I- ��>  0O9  w a ~  a w  ifi  Standard Motors  off Sechelt Ltd.  885-9464  Marine and Body Shop  WHERE SERVICE IS THE MOTTO  John Bunyan's  Variety  ��� ARTISTS'SUPPLIES  ��� SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS  Sechelt- Phone 885-9343  ERNIE'S (��55) MARIN A  FROZEN BAIT ��� ICE  OPEN 24 HOURS  Phone 883-2663  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� P.M.  OCT. 1973  Times shown are  Daylight Saving Time  Day Time Hgt.  1   0302  M.  1025  0342  0835  2.7  12.8  9.2  11.7  2   0347  Tu. 1120  0447  0855  3.0  12.7  9.6  11.2  3  0432  W.  1235  0612  0935  3.5  12.5  9.7  10.6  4  0522  Th. 0135  0752  1035  4.1  12.5  9.4  10.1  Fr.  0622  0230  0857  4.6  12.5  8.8  6   1225  Sa. 0732  0310  0937  9.7  4.9  12.6  8.1  7'  0200  Su. 0837  0345  1002  9.9  5.1  12.6  7.3  8  0315  M.  0932  ' . .. 0415  1032  10.5  5.2  12.7  6.4  Day Time Hgt.  9  Tu.  0415 11.2  1022  5.4  0440  1102  12.8  5.3  10  0505 11.9  W.  1057  5.8  0505  1137  13.0  4.2  11  Th.  0555 12.6  1142  6.3  0530 13.1  12  1212  3.1  Fr.  0640 13.1  1222  0600  7.0  13.3  13  1247  2.1  So. 0730 13.5  0102  0630  7.8  13.4  14  Su.  0127  1.3  0825 13.7  0147  0700  8.6  13.3  15  0212  .9  M.  0920 13.7  0237  0735  9.2  13.0  16  Tu.  0257   .8  1020 13.7  0337  0815  9.7  12.5  Z <A  __c  _. 5  <_�����_  I'll  O ��  09  *!  ���_r  zjS  5*'  J  . (A  PENINSULA HOTEL  V^aoaret - Weekends  FULL HOTEL FACILITIES  Highway 101, Gibsons  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  17  W.  0347  1125  1.2  13.6  25  Th.  0625  1152  13.0  7.5  0452  0910  9.9  11.8  0515  12.9  18  Th.  0442  1235  1.8  13.6  26  Pr.  1207  0705  2.0  13.5  0627  1020  9.4  11.0  '..    ��� 1'  ,1232  0545  8.1  12.7  19  Fr.  0542  0130  2.6  13.7  27  Sa.  1242  0755  1.7  13.7  0757  1155  8.5  10.3  0117  0615  8.7  12.5  20  Sa.  0657  ��� 1  ' 3.4  28  Su.  0117  0840  1.6  13.8  0220  0852  13:7  7.2  0202  0647  9.2  12.2  21  Su.  .0145  0802  10.3  4.3  29  M.  0152  0920  1.8  13.8  0305  0942  13.6  5.9  0242  0715  9.5  11,9  22  M.  0315 10.4  0907 5.1  0340 13.5  1022 4.6  23  Tu.  0430  1007  1K6  5.9  0415  1057  13.3  3.5  24  W.  0530   12.4  1102     6.7  0445  1132  13.1  2.6  30     0227     2.2  Tu.    1005   13.6  0332  0735  9.8  11.4  31  0307  2.7  W.  1050  13.5  0437  9.8  0810  10.9  CO-OP  FOOD SERVICE CENTRE  Top Quality Food Products  % block from Wharf on Marine Drive  GIBSONS 886-2522  IMflNES WODIIIG  mfffilM LTD.  PENDER HARBOUR. B.C.   ,  BOATS - CAMPING FACILITIES --CAFE  MARINA  883-2757    ���   CAFE 883-2296  For Your Fuel Supplies    _ , ���,,,, _  Danny Wheeler        IcSiSOj  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 886-9663 Hopkins Landing  i  u��  *!��  in  eo  a>  o  e  o  I.  DO  _?��  ���pi  ���<i_  J2����u  5^8 ���_  fi. U "  u  o  _IZV��  aXS|��  tt_UK  i_        O  __���  5      <B  ���_��� o      .  S* I  la ��  o  ��  Red ��� A.M.  Black ��� P.M  MAY 1973  Timet shown are  Daylight Saving Time  Day  Time  Hgt.  Day  Time  Hgt.  Tu.  0425  1127  0610  1132  13:0  1.7  12.4  7.5  9  W.  1235  0712  1100  0547  13.8  7.7  9.7  3.0  2  W.  0455  13.2  10  Th.  0125  0812  13.6  6.5  1207  0705  .5  13.1  1255  0652  9.3  4.3  3  Th.  1217  0535  8.2  13.3  11  Fr.  0210  0857  13.3  5.2  1247  0800  ���.5  13.6  0235  0807  9.6  5.5  4  Fr.  0107  0610  8.8  13.3  12  Sa.  0245  0947  13.0  4.0  0132  0850  ���.9  13.8  0400  0907  10.4  6.6  5  Sa.  0202  0655  9.3  13.0  13  Su.  0320  1022  12.7  3.0  0212  0955  ���.9.  14.0,  0505  1012  11.2  7.4  6  Su.  0302  0740  9.5  12.4  14  M.  0355  1057  12.4  2.2  4  f  0302  1045  ���.5  14.0  0605  1102  12.0  8.1  7  M.  0412  0830  9.3  11.6  15  Tu.  0420  U32  12.1  1.6  -  0357  1145  .4  13.9  -  0650  1157  12.5  8.7  8  Tu.  0537  0935  8.7  10.6  16  W.  0445  12.0  0447  1.6  1207  0740  1.3  12.9  IA  &s  _.  _t  <  -1  X  a.  w  _.  _>  0  z  X  jn  u.  r-  w  _i  _:  2  1  0  (_  Z  ��  _i  _i  <  8  ' ���  ���  ���  ���  vo  **  tn  ��  ��  *  U  u  tn  CO  m  ^  CO  >-  ex  _  <  _cr  L)  ca  ^  Z  8  3i  S  in  _>  ^  ^r  <  3  Ul  I  x>  Z  O  T  -"  C->  a.  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"1225  0732  13.2  7.1  1237  0810  1.1  13.2  1140  0547  8.9  5.1  18  Fr.  0117  0545  9.4  11.8  26  Sa.  0100  0817  13.0-  5.9  0107  0855  13.3  0135  0652  V9.1  6.2  19  Sa.  0157  0615  9.5  11.6  27  Su.  0140  0857  12.9  4.5  0142  0925  1.2  13.3  0310  0802  9.9  7.2  20'  Su.  0237  0645  9:6  11.3  28  M. .  0210  0932  12.9  3.0  0217  0955  1.4  13.3  0425/  0907  10.9  8.1  _1  M.  .0332  0725  9.5  -11.0  29  Tu.  0245.  1017  13.0  1.5  0252  1035  1.8  13.3  0525  1012  12.0  8.7  22  Tu.  0432  0810  9*3  10.4  30  W.  0330  1057  13.2.  1.2  0332  1115  2.4  13.3  0620  .1107  1241  9.2-  23  W.,  0537^  0855.  8.9  9.8  31  Th.  0405  1142  13.4  ���'.8  0412  1150  3.1  13.3  0710  13.5  24  Th.  0647  1005  8.1  9.2  -  1        ���/  0457  -4.1  -  ���  C_J HARDWARE  SPORTING GOODS  HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES  SECHELT 885^9713  Copyright 1972, Sechelt Peninsula Times


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