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Array ; ��� I  f  si  I  Serving tha Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to tovia Iniat), including Port Mtilon,Hopkins Landing, Granthoms Landing, Gibson* Roberts Creak*  WHton/Cr-dySeIwo Pork. Sechelt, Holfmoon Boy, Secret Cove. Pender Hrb., Madeira Porte. Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove/ Egmont  2nd Close Mail,  Registration No. 1142  An editorial ��� . ���  This Iwue 20 Page. ��� 15c  Union ��tS>' <-ob->'  The Times was there  because it was news  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 10, No. 25 ��� WEDNESDAY, MAY 16,1973  Connected to tele  phones  ��� ���  Sechelt firemen get new equipment  to answer fire alarms in district  WHEN The Peninsula   Time- was  founded nearly 10 years ago it  was on Uie basis of service to the  vast community it serves.  Its stated purpose was: "It will  cover 4_te scattered area from Port  Mellon to Egmont and in so doing  cover the tour as a good community*  minded newspaper should i be expected to do. We were invited to attend  <and we accepted and if 'we hadn't  been invited we would have asked to  accompany the group.  The Times reporter-photographer,  V'\  aim to assist in the gradual growth Alastair Rogers did an excellent job  of these areas and an Integration and in covering the tour and one of the  encouragement of interests through  days, was his day off and he worked  SECHELT���Sechelt Fire Protection Dis-  * trict has taken another positive step  to improve and expand its fire-fighting  capabilities. 7  Veteran fireman Tom Robilliard, chief  of the 25-mah volunteer force for the  past eight years, said a new emergency  fire-alarm system will be installed here  next month by the B.C. Telephone Company.  The 20-station system will be.connected to the telephones in the homes of  about 15 volunteer firemen���enabling any  one of the numbers to receive and x act  upon a fire call when a citizen dials 885-  2345, the emergency fire number in the  protection district.  The new system will permit any fire-  WHERE'S THE FIRE? seems to be Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department Eunice, 12. Gibsons and Sechelt fire  the question Jaylene Marlow, 2, is truck. Also in the picture is Kathleen departments held open house on  asking while sitting in the cab of the    Hume,  8;   Marie   <__a__ow,  9 ,and   Saturday, -^pfooto l>y Alastair Rogers  At meeting with Indians . �� .   '  Sechelt's need for sewers  is imperative, says Lang  SECHELT���Sechelt village needs sewera  and in the event ot a negative referendum vote in the fall, the commmnlty  will have to find alternate means, Mayor  Ben Lang said recently.  Laing made his comments at a special  meeting of Sechelt village council, members of tho Sechelt Indian council, Ed  Cuyllts, planning director for the Sunshine Coast Regional District and engineers for the village and band council.  He asked Indian engineers for their  copmient*   on   tho   sewer   proposal   as       drawn up by Dayton and Knight. They        '  indicated that they are  in  full accord    r�� _. -*   1_1  with the report from a technical point    ^WBIS  ULCVU&ImG,  to search for a solution. They suggested  a meeting with their full council June 11.  It was suggested that some of the  technical personnel discuss the matter  with regional district directors. It was  suggested that coats be obtained excluding  Roberta Creek area but Including Selma  Park, Davis Bay, Sechelt reserve and  Sechelt village and possibly West Sechelt  to discuss the meeting on. June 11.  Members at the meeting agreed that  Hewers are inevitable and that there must  be a concerted effort to obtain a favorable  vote as the costs ore spiralling as years  go by.  The village met with directors of the  regional district but, as with the meeting  with the Indian band and engineers, it  was closed to the press and public. The  report was made from minutes. Minutes  were not available on the second meeting  to The Times at press time,  man to push a button on his home telephone to sound the siren alarm, at the fire  hall���and other firemen answering the  call can be told at once of the fire location. Robilliard will be able to use the  line to discuss an alarm and brief firemen  the situation before reaching the"8cene  of the fire.  Tbe sophisticated new system provides  for the simultaneous-and continuous ringing of the telephones of all firemen connected to the circuit���and sounding a signal on any fireman's line if the line is  busy. The signal "warns those using the  line that a fire alarm is waiting to get  through.  The new $6,368 system will replace  the present alarm system in use in the  district  "This will broaden the scope of our  department," said -tob__iard,n and will  allow us to make less use of the fire hall  alarm."'  . "The system will allow us to dispatch  a smaller crew to a minor blaze���and  without using the regular, alarm���-which  attracts spectators to fires."  "Alarms can attract too many person-,"  he added, "and in many cases we have  motorists following emergency vehicles  too closely simply because they want to  see the fire."  Chief Robilliard said he was pleased  that the district had ordered the new  system, which has ah ultimate capacity of  60 telephones.  "This will reduce the possibility of all  the volunteers being away when an alarm  is turned in, as can happen on warm  summer days," he said. *  The volunteers operate from a. fire hall  built by volunteer labor in the'early '50..  "We have two trucks���a pumper and a |  tanker,' said Uie chief , "as well as a  rescue unit operating from the hall."  Several of the volunteers are trained in  first aid and more will be trained soon,  he said.  The updated alarm system and the  modern methods being put to use by the  volunteers contrast sharply with, the  early days.  'We cut down the trees for the lumber," said Robilliard, "and it was cut  into boards for the fire hall by donation  at a sawmill here." Then volunteers did  all the work to build the hall "All we  had to buy was the roofing, cement, and  the doors," he added.  "Three Of the old originals are still  with tUxe department, and several of the  members have 15 or 16 years experience  as volunteer fireman," he concluded.  Joe Horvath  new trustee  NEW  rural  area   B   representative  on  Sechelt school board is former chairman Joseph Horvath of Roberts Creek.  He pulled in 57 votes, or just under 42  per cent of the 136 ballots cast  Trailing him with 50 votes was Helga  Connor, also from Roberts Creek. Dal  Graur received 19 votes.  Horvath, a shipping foreman at Howe  , Sound Pulp, told The Times before the  election that his main task on the board  would be to press for more financial aid'  from the provincial government  "Provincial    government    educational  standards ore too low," he said, "but they  can't be improved until they provide .more  ��� money.  "We can't get much more money out  of the homeowners, so it must come from  the government"  Horvath was elected school board  chairman in 1067 after serving as a trustee for four years.  Voting went as follows at the various  polling stations:  Conor Grauer Horvath  Davis Bay    0  Roberts Creek .._  32  Elphlnstone .     9  Langdale     0  Bowen Island  ,.   0  Totals  __...  50  Total votes cast 130.  efficient communication."  The Peninsula Times is still striving to serve this -deal and with the  growth of the area it is becoming  more difficult. However, we will continue to serve and to report the news  and happenings and to carry advertising messages to our now nearly  10,000 readers.  Service to the community is what  beyond the expected eight-hour day  in order to give complete coverage.  The Sea Cavalcade could not wry  ���nor could anyone else���such extensive coverage. So ^scratch one  rumor.  Another rumor aligned with the  first was that the Cavalcade committee underwrote the expenses of all  members of the tour. This is i-dicu-  The Times was doing when at aocom-   lous, Joe Kampman, publicity cHrec-  panied members of the Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade <m the tour to Vancouver,  Victoria and Nanaimo last week. The  Times went, at a expense to itself  because it felt such a tour was in the  tor for the Cavalcade told The Times.  Each member on the tour paid the  cost of the tour out erf his of her own  pocket. Kampman said that It cost  him personally $123 to take his wife  best interest of the large community   and daughter on the trip.  it serves. It is nevrs when a local  groups meets with the premier of  British Columbia and the mayors of  its largest city, its capital city and  one of .Vancouver Island's most  progressive communities.  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade committee  The only expense authorized by  the committee was $50 to pay for Sea  Cavalcade queen Shirley Hoehne's  expenses.  Fifty dollars is pretty cheap for  such extensive coverage.  The tour was successful because  did not pay T_ie Times to accompany _t was well coordinated and planned,  the tour nor did it subsidize any of When a community-wide event is  the pictures or copy. Such a rumor again planned be it in Gibsons or  has been circulating in the Gibsons Pender Harbour, T_te Times will be  area and The Times categorically there to record it in pictures and  denies it. The Times paid all ex- word but because we want to, not be*  penses of a reporter-photographer to cause we are paid to do it.  '"."' ��� ���  imm0i^^^��mmmt0m^m^^imi^tmtm^m^m^^mtmtm^^i'i    in _____________________�����_ ��� ��� ���_ i _-____��_-_________^_M.___>^ mw   ���____!__-__-%____-__w_____-_________>  Peninsula to benefit. . .  Clear signal seen if  IF VICTORIA gets its Canadian Broadcasting Corp. television and radio stations this year it means that the Sechelt  Peninsula will gain by clear reception  of another channel.  The CBC has an application for the  station which will be heard before the  Canadian Radio and Television Commission June 11 in Vancouver. If the CBC  is successful with its application a booster  transmitter will be constructed on Satur-  na bland which will broadcast a strong  signal to this area, a CBC spokesman told  the Peninsula Times.  The spokesman said that the Victoria  studio Would provide complete television  coverage on channel 10 of Victoria events  including five one-hour newscasts a week.  "In planning to locate transmitter on  Saturna Island for the proposed new Victoria TV station, CBC engineers are aiming at the largest possible coverage pattern. In particular the transmitter will be  engineered to send a good signal along  the mainland from Howe Sound to the  Sechelt Peninsula," said the spokesman.  "B.C. Television has announced that  if CBC gets approval for its channel 10  Victoria station, CHEK 6 at Victoria, will  become a full CTV affiliate. This would  make the CBC and CTV networks available to viewers in the -Glbsons-S-chelt  area.  "The whole plan depends upon the  awarding of channel 10 to the CBC. No  other regular channels are available in  this part of B.C. and a new ultra-high  frequency channel would limit coverage  to a part of Victoria city;"  The key to the success of the proposal,  said the spokesman,  must be the  as-  . signing, of channel 10 to the CBC.  "There  is  no  conflict  between  this  broadcast channel 10 and the public  service channel 10 on cablevislon and  the cable operators are not opposing the  CBC application because their service  channel does not require on-air telecast  rights."  Victoria is the only capital dty in  Canada without a television production  centre.  "CBC takes the view that there is an  essential requirement for the development of a television station in and for  Victoria to reflect the life of that community in its individual character.  "Canadian diversity which is. the real  basis for the concept of Canadian unity,  requires that production studios are located across the whole nation."  In its application CBC faces competition for channel 10 from Great Pacific  Industries Ltd and West Coast -broadcasting Ltd.  In 1956 the, department of transport  reserved the channel for a CBC-owned  and operated television system.  B.C. Television Broadcasting System  Ltd. which operates channels 8 and 6  is now an affiliate of CTV on channel  8 and a partial CBC affiliate on channel 6.  The CBC spokesman continued:  "They (B.C.TBS) have announced that  if CBC gets a licence for Victoria they'll  de-affiliate 6 from CBC and make it  a full affiliate of CTV.  Representation by local groups and individuals in favor of CBC's application  will also be considered at the June hearing.  These should be made by registered  mail before May 27 to: Pierre Juneau,  chairman; Canadian Radio and Television  Commission, 100 Metcalf Street Ottawa,  Ont K1A ON2.  'No one believes us  Homeowners pay small portion  oi school taxes, trustee says  1  17  11  ss  a  0  i  7  0  s  10  57  SECHELT���-Local homeowners pay only  a small percentage of education costs  in Sechelt School District said a Surrey  school board trustee.  "The provincial government pays a  large portion of the dost, and, locally, the  Port Mellon mill contributes a high percentage," Betty McClurg told a citizen's  education forum in Sechelt May 12.  "The homeowner pays a very small  I����MMMM��MMM,WMMMIMMIM_��1MMMM��M��_"��1_���_W����MtM����,M��IM��lM��MW  Sunshine Coastings  by DICK  pnocron  of view.  However, the engineers said that they  were only advisors to the band and could  not commit themselves to. eny specific  statements, although they indicated that  they aro aware of the need for upgrading  thq Byfltem on tho reserve. They sold thot  thoy didn't know if they could expand  the present controlled chlorlnatlon system. It would appear, they stated, something else more sophisticated would have >  tq bo considered.  Speaking for the Indian council, Gilbert Joo said he felt that other alternatives should bo considered such as a  lagoon system. Author of Uie report Martin Dayton said that his had been looked  into and tho actual costs would be higher  because of the amount of land required.  Main concern of the village of Sechelt,  said Lang, is that the commercial area  must be serviced and it appears Uie  village will liave to cooperate with the  bond council to build a treatment plant  Both Gilbert and Clarence Joe, band  manager, ogrccd to Join with the village  ���r  Lang tells Times  SECHELT���Mayor Ben  Lang  told  The  Times  that o sewage system in the  greater Sechelt area Is a priority issue  now.  "You may expect more information on  this in, the next few months," said Lang.  "The day of the septic tank and disposal  field la almost over. In subsequent issues  of the press I will endeavor to discuss  this and other matters facing everyone in  tho greater Sechelt area.  To those who say they cannot afford  sewers: They should consider that they  can't afford not to hovrt them. Also, there  are comments/ Mm West Sechelt to the  Roberts Creek area to the effect: 'Why  should we subsidize a sewer system thot  Sechelt needs?  "The answ-r is: These people should  be thankful thoy were included in the  Dayton and Knight survey ��� it would  seem the subsidizing is in reverse���check  soirte of the facts."  NORM Watson, former Secholt alder- about "the problem and wrote to (lie  man who was defeated by Aid. superintendent   of motor V-Wclles,  Dennis   ShuM-wortU in last   foil's D. W. McRae, who assured him that  election, has been returned by accla- Inspection Is not required 11 it isn't  motion to the council. required in fob own area.  Now to put Norm on tho spot. Police would go by your vehicle  Norm has been critical ol elected registration.  officials Increasing their indemnities  and (In the case oc the Sochelt council, doubling It. What I would like  to know is���how do you stand on the  auestlon now, Norm? Are you for  tern or (agatesit them (raises, that  is.) Norm will be In-tolled May 16.  Norm Johnson, for Sochelt Tlmber  Days, has made a coffee table depleting all phases of logging. Included Is a logging train. At press tiimo,  I had not seen the table but It its to  A reduction In speed in the Davis  B*y area went Into force Tuesday,  says tho department of highways.  For the summer, speed has been  reduced to 30 mph from the normally  posted 40. So slow down through  there or the ROVtP will get you.  Danny Bothwell ol Gibsons, has  made h_s comeback. Injured In a  bad spill a year ago, the young  Jockey won a feature race ot, Coeur  d'Aleoo, Idaho. He was riding Book-  bo on display In Morgan Thomp-ottfa   Ing Roddy. Watch It, Danny or you'll  window.  Persons living outside the greater  Vancouver area are not required to  have vehicle inspection tags/ PHI*  Leucht- _aya. He   waa   concerned  have another ��pill.  Staying vvJtl. the horses for a  minute. Clarence Joe tolls mo that  Huriochln or KutMcttlii means end of  the road. Dill   Parsons named lib  horse Hunochtn Chief. The way the  horse is racing at Ex Park, there is  no end of 'the road in sight. Bill may  send him to California in the fall.  Hune-hln Chief has a half sister,  Hunechin Belle. Bill sold her and  now shp is doing just fine as a Jumper and show horse in Delia.  Bill purchased two Kenlocky-br-d  two-year olds by the names of CHe  Par and Adam Don Adam. Watch the  results at Ex Park. '  Swimming lessons aren't free at  Pender Harbour, but they are the  next best thing to It. The Times reported that a bottle drive In the area  would help pay for swim lessons in  the Pender area tyut no, such 4s not  quite the case. Lessons are $9 for  the first child In the family and $2  for  each   additional   ch-ld.   That's  percentage,  and  often the  homeowners  grant covers it," she said.  "We keep saying this to people over,  and over, but no one believes us. They  don't want to listen."  Under discussion at the forum was  this district's poor record in passing educational referenda.  One audience member said the provincial government regards with "horror"  liow referendum and after referendum  goes down in the Sechelt School District  "The province is going to say *no more*  and make sure everyone is enfranchized���  not just landowners, but renters, who  pay taxes indirectly."  He pointed out that 53 per cent of  voters in tho regional district live outside  the area. "Some live as far away aa  Kenya and South Africa," he said," but  they still have a vote."  "Municipal affairs minister (James)  Lorrlmw says the government is aiming  to change this and make it more democratic," he told the forum.  Mrs. McClurg said It was understandable that local residents on a small fixed  Income felt addlUonal educational spending would come out of their pockets.  Actually, it probably wouldn't cost  them a penny," she sold.  Basically, the citizen's education forum  offers a voice to anyone in the community  with an interest in education. Thoy hope  to present their, priorities and suggestions  to the school board for incorporation into  the educational structure of the district.  The Sechelt forum U patterned after  one in Surrey, which was set up in ac-  WP"*fW  cheap when you figure that it would cordanco  with guidelines ingested by  save a child'o life. the  B.C.   Parent   Tteach?ijfP Association  lessons ��tart in July. brief on public participation fn education.  -him p*0a A-8 District superintendent li R. Henna  ft**��**. I      "              "���"**��� AH  ���{WW. _q^.*-'MW��W^^  V  V y  1  .  v  ���ii  !  Page A-2 the/ Peninaulo Timet Wedne-doy, Moy 16, 1973 VW-SOIl Creek Cillb  mmmmmmfmmmimmmimtiim/mmmmmMm  mmnmmmimm  ThePo^nsula^^-  EDITORIALS  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right.''  ���John Atkins  I  A. H. Alsoakd, Publisher  Richabd T. VKOCTQV^-Managing Editor  Porkland sought for public  use beside Chapman Greek  We*re not satisfied  WILSON  CRH2EK���A  topic  of interest  .at ihe monthly meeting of the Wilson  Creek Community  Association wasN regarding parkland areas..  Prior to the meeting Tim Frizzell had  apparent that Robert M.   by the Ferries Division jmd >pp_rently    spoken to Don l^^J^J^ **����  i*^--;*-. ^-ygsft��*&�� __^-_k--_?r^_a_53_:  IT  SEEMS  Strachan,  read his mail very carefully.  Recently The Times editorialized on  the need to upgrade the highways on  the Sunshine Coast and improve ferry  service to Langdale which includes installing toilets on the Sunshine Coast  Queen-  Mrs. F. Olson,  chairman    of the  .Sunshine Coast Regional Council, Senior Citizens Association of British Columbia, and Miss Adele de Lange, secretary of the organization, wrote to Mr.  Strachan asking the same thing with an  emphasis on the toilet facilities. The  senior citizens have said that the facilities are needed because older and infirm persons have difficulties negotiating the 28 steps from the Queen's car  deck to the main deck if they have to  use the  toilet facilities.  They wanted  elevators or escalators installed on the  ship but failing that, they want Unlet  facilities installed on the car deck.  The Times, besides its own editorials,  ran copies of Mrs. Olson's and Miss de  Lange's letters and Mr. Strachaq's replies  to them. That seems clear enough. Mr.  Strachan told the seniors that installation of the facilities is "hot possible" and  he said toilets are available at Langdale and Horseshoe Bay terminals. ,  The Times sent copies oiNts editorials and the Olson-de Lange-Strachan  letters to the minister along with our  own letter saying that we will continue to  urge such facilities until they become  -a reality.  Mr. Strachan sent the following letter to The Times:  "I wish to thank you for your letters of April 25 and May 4 regarding  the condition of Highway 101 and in  particular the question of toilet facilities  on the "Sunshine Coast Queen." I am  enclosing for your information a copy of  my recent letter to the Sunshine Coast  Regional Council Senior Citizens Assoc*  iation on this subject The whole question has been examined very carefully  The Peninsuij-T***0*  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  $j** y"i| ���'��� /  .'.--.Oy,s iff ��� -_   si..irf���������:'%  I-uwell River News Town Crier- >  Sechelt Times Ltd.  .���ill*  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 Part Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  nor escalators or elevators. In any event  I appreciate receiving a copy of your  editorial.and I have referred the material  to my department for attention."  Now why Mr. Strachan felt the need  to send a copy of his letter to Mrs. 01^  son to The Times when we have already  printed the entire letter verbatim is beyond our comprehension. We sent a copy  ot his answer to Mrs. Olson with our  editorial, so he knows, or should know,  that it has been published.  However, we can't stop here. Don  Lockstead, Mackenzie MLA, reported  on highway programs and this was reported in last week's Times. We still  don't know the plans for the ferries but  it seems reasonable that failing regular  toilets, chemical toilets such as those  used on airplanes, trains and other transportation facilities can be iinsteiHqd.  Even construction jobs have toilet facilities. The senior citizens aren't asking for the moon���^they just want basic,  conveniences and we refuse to accept  the fact that it's impossible. Mr. Lockstead said that he felt that such facilities can be installed as have other,  knowledgeable persons.  In both the letter to The Times and  to Mrs. Olson, Mr. Strachan said that  he is bringing the matter to the attention of his department officials which  would indicate that the matter is not  entirely closed; .Perhaps more letters mil  do the trick.  Letters may be addressed as follows:  Hon. Robert M. Strachan, minister of  highways, Parliament Buildings, Victoria; Don Lockstead, MLA, Box 125,  Vananda, B.C. or The Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt.  ICeep-those-cards and letters coming.  Poet's Corner  , ���Your contributions are invited  A MOTHER'S VIGIL  How still the night when nature spreads  Her blanket of darkness- o'r our heads,  And bids us sleep.  'Tis always darkest before the dawn  So poets say in verse and song  And, I my long night vigil keep  ���".Besi&^pur bed. f*J|.  The first light streaking, the dawn  is breaking, <j��"  The sun shines on my window pane,  The birds are singing, twittering,  twittering,  I reach and touch you once again  And find you cool.  Thank God the fever's broke at last,  And that long nightmare night has  passed,  And I can once more greet the day  With a happy heart.  ���J. Qeniham, Port Mellon  use. Frizzell will be sent as a representative of the association at the next regional board meeting May 24.  SPORTS FOR TIMBER DAYS  An interesting and competitive event  at the Seclu.lt Timber Days will be the  sports section held from 12-1 p.m. on  Sunday, May 20. All children will be  welcome to participate in different age  groups competing for a perpetual trophy,  one for boys and dfte for girls. The Wilson Creek club also approved the purchase, of keeper trophies for both boys  and ..'girls. Volunteers are required, in  regards' to the running of these races and  anyone interested should contact Glen  and Helen Phillips or Tim and Sue Frizzell of Wilson Creek who have offered  their, time and effort. Uncle Mick's Shoe  will sponsor the perpetual trophies.  CAUL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 ��� Ren. 273-6747  INTERNAHOJ4AL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Truck��  E. E. (Mickey) COE  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 M. - Ban Jacobaan Motor* Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  ANNOUNCEMENT  JOHN BREEN and JOCK HERMON  are pleased to announce their partnership and the formation of a new Real Estate and Insurance office under  the name of  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  i  currently operating from tho old John Brocn Lfd.j promises at Garden  Day, thoy will shortly bo opening a now offlco (now under construction)  at the Junction of Highway 101 and Francis Penlijtula Road, designed  specifically to servo tho growing needs of the Pender Harbour area.  Doth John and Jock, together with salesman Archie Drayton, all live  (and work) in the district and it is their desire to give the best service  possible  For Insurance Quotes or Real Estate Service  PHONE ANYTIME 383-2794  none about...  ��� Sunshine Coastings  ���from pago A>1  Joan Proctor's desire for Life has  ended with a Crunch. A couple of  months ago Joan wrote a column  about a breakfast cereal known as  Life and available only in the U.S.  Manufacturers of the cereal, Quaker  Oats, picked up the item and referred it to their Canadian office. The  Canadian office wrote their apologies  to Joan and said that the cereal will  not be available in Canada for a  number of reasons. However, a new  cereal known as Crunch has been  developed and will be on Ihe supermarket shelves soon. Because of her  interest Quaker sent Joan four boxes  of the new product. It's good.  .  Note to Harry Olaussen: Your  campaign signs are still on the highway. Why don't you get your local  committee to remove them or does  the NDP anticipate another election  soon?  While we're on that subject as  long as the NDP has come out with  some progressive legislation how  about considering this in Ihe fall  session: All campaign signs and literature must be removed within five  days or the offending party will be  fined a stipulated amount each day  as long as it's up.  Here's anofther one. All photographs used in campaigns should not  be more than two years old. When  you look at some of these guys' pictures in the newspapers they look  like kids when in reality, some of  them haven't been kids for many  years. ;  Back to Harry Olaussen. We don't  mean to pick on you Harry but when  you sent your last <_xcutar out it did  not say who it was from. It was  marked House of Commons and Re-  . port from Ottawa and there was a  - pdtture of you, Harry but it did not  .vsaiy that it was f^myp^.iT^jvery'  ���f-bojejy knows you ly^y-jtff^p-C^iTe.-  Better incorporate a by line on it next  time.  The Social Credit party has done  it the last three times and it's underhanded.  For the last three months the fed-  . era! party has sent its magazine,  Regards, to my office. That's not  bad, editors get lots ofpress releases  and other handouts. The deplorable  part in the magazine is sent at government expense from a Soared  member, whose name I cannot make  out on the cover.  The stamp says House of Com-  mbns on it and it is sent in government envelopes. Send such a magazine to every newspaper, radio and  television station in the country and  'the cost starts to add up. The magazine is the official organ of the  Social Credit Party of Canada, it  says on its masthead. It's printed  in Quebec in French and English.  Harry, WiU you look into this  please?  Frod Pasternak of Dyer, Indiana  has an unusual hobby. He and his  daughter collect nameplaites from  newspapers. Now The P a n I n s u I a  Times will join the collection which  includes every major newspaper in  the U.S. and Canada and from 204  different countries In many different  languages.  Secholt Drum and Bugle Corps  Band (Indian residential school children) want to thank residence staff  members for helping in tho fund raising for the band's trip to Disneyland. A special thanks goes to Sister  Anne ond Pat Piche.  A reward has been posted for the  return of a 1973 50 horsepower M��r*  airy outboard motor valued at $1,100,  says Sgt. BUI Saundors of the Sochelt RCMP detachment. Anyone  with Information on the outboard  should call Sgt. Saunders.  TENNIS COURT PROGRESS  Mrs. Marg Pearson .reported that the ,  date for planned opening will be ripxt  March or sooner for the tennis court and  recreation area. -Work has been done on  pledging and the possibility of overhead  . lighting and fencing is being looked into.  BASEBALL EQUIPMENT NEEDED  Proposed ball field is In the making  in the Davis Bay school grounds'. A new  set of bases will be ordered for the baseball leagues.  DAY CARE CENTRE  Tim Frizzell reported that a building  of 60 feet by 23 feet has been purchased.  Pre-registration will be taken care ot by  Chuck Stevens, with preliminary regulation showing preference to Wilson  Creek -residents. Tentative opening date  will be July 3.  It was decided by the Wilson Creek,  Community dub to donate $25 to St.  Mary's Hospital landscaping fund.  Professional puppeteering was discussed and tabled to the next meeting to  see if there is enough people interested.  Puppets were on display.  A dance is planned for May 26 at the  Wilson Creek Club HalL Proceeds of the  dance will be given to baseball.  Music will be by the Tommy Powell  Trio. A buffet will be served. For tickets  phone Betty Dixon at 885-9669.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times ditefct for free listings, specifying "Date*  Pad".,Please note, that space is limited and some odvonce dotes moy  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details. -  MI__I_1_B_��_IWWIMMM_MMHM-I1M_MI-Wl_lg-IIM_---_��_I  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Sechelt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  new members welcome.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building, Sechelt.  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m.. Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" meeting at Public Health Centre, 1:30-3:00  Moy 17���1:30 p.m., Meeting of Senior Citizens, Branch 69, Sechelt, at  Old Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Moy 17���1:30 p.m., meeting of Senior Citizens, Branch 69, Sechelt, at  old Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Moy 19-21���Sechelt Timber Days.  May 24���2:00 p.m., Brownie Tea ot old Legion Hall, Sechelt.  May 25���2:00 p.m., Roberts Creek Legion Half, sale of attic treasures  ,  and household goods.  Moy 25���ICfcOO a.m., St. Bartholomews W.A. Gibsons, rummage and  boke sale, in the Parish Hall.  May 26���1 :OOp.m., Auction in school gym sponsored by Roberts Creek  School Patents' Auxiliary. Items on display from 11:00 a.m.  May 31���2:00 p.m., St. Mary's Auxiliary, Sechelt, annual lyncheon.  June f ���7:30 p.m., Variety Music Festival, Sechelt ElemenTary School,  Activity Hall.  June 5���8:00 p.m., annual gen. meeting Sunshine Coast Arts Council,  Wilson Creek Community Hall. ,     /     7  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver , Real   Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Renewable resources when managed  properly can provide an annual harvest  every year,-forever.  Dr. B. E. Fernow was the first dean  of the first university Faculty of Forestry  in Toronto in 1907.  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 (24-Houn) Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  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For Insurance el all kinds  Ponder Harbour - Egmont Area  Phono your Resident Agent  JOHN PREEN   883-2704  it U-DRIVE TRUCKS  OF ALL KINDS  .. . seme with power tailgate*  Nff __________ AIR   IIATAIIf*  SHINE MOTORS  888-2628  DAVIS EBAY  ffl��s��Ba____________-^^  ancake Breakfas  wwmmmmmmmm  mm  wmmmmammmm  MONDAY, MAY 21st  ���jr.       8 a.m. to 10 am.  HACKETT PARK  wwmmmmmmdm  wmamammm m  afap<%&U, A^ULMtQM)  onciciu,j  r>  O-WAR  Monday, May 21 at  6 TO A TEAM.  PREPARE YOUR  ENTRY NOW'I  ATTENTION LOGGERS!  ____m_-____-_-9_____^^  Be sure and enter the Loggers' Sports events  MONDAY, MAY 21st  _:___________-!  ^r  s  3  i  WANTED  FOR THE LADIES'  NAIL DRIVING  fONTEST.  Monday, May 21st  vgfgMMmMumawA  DERBY  SUNDAY, MAY 20th  WAR OF  HOSES  MONDAY, MAY 21st  * DANCES  it FISHING DERBY  W LOGGERS' SPORTS  ^PARADE  + WAR OF HOSES  Plan to make this long May Weekend a  Weekend to Remember . . Join us for  Sechelt Timber Days...  COMPLETE PROGRAM IH  YOUR MAIL  ADULT  DANCE  SAT. NIGHT, MAY 19    J  !-_______  /////./////���///.////  >er  ueen  rownina  MONDAY, MAY 21st  5 _________    __________��______________________;  PARADE  THROUGH SECHELT STARTS 10 A.M.  MONDAY, MAY 21st  a__tSB_g*_a_i^^  urn ..i_il, iiiwijii��ii.i(tiiiiii^fctirir-^-rrri,i--"-iii-r-"-r-L' 1--------^---^^���-ir __-��� r* ���-c-~������-���-���-^-rf_..T-rr-ur.r���r-r_J..r__..1|���___-r___^__-__ ,-  Young Peoples'  DANCE  SUN. NIGHT, MAY 20  *% T**ji0im^*ri^***^mr*r*rm>mm*��+m*m*B*'**^0*��*m*&immr*m***m'jm __._��_�� ____r___wy��__ri_^_w-><____'-r_-_-______���_���%_<���  S_as_fig��i_g^  _w_imm_>i_i_wi___��_w>m.^^ mi0m*��**��**t*m*mJ��m^t**tm&<+>Mmm**^mimm ___�����  7?fi7J77fi7Lr/Wu  ��i___l^__^_M��_W-__lh��____lw___wj__^ W__it__n-_-_M_* B  Sechelt Building Supplies Event:  LADIES' NAIL DRIVING CQNTEST  Trail Bay S)  UG-O-WAR  .a.   Trail Bay Sports Unlimited Event:  Parkers' Hardware (1969)' Ltd. Even.:  AXE THROWING  ���   Royal Bank of Canda Event:  BLOCK CHOP  Sunshine Auto Parts Event:  POWER SAW BUCKING  IBank of Montreal Event:  TREE CLIMBING  immmmiummM  '7_w��51f��WI��wi'!,1  u.  oat  U*W. -WmMiMW��__���>_��__��-��� _._-��_..# ��___ ���_    -fc|W_*-_ __1__>l.  ^eckeil ^Jimbet* cdJau6 L^ommiitee taked tkid opporlanltu to thank the mariu individuals ant  otaamzationd who contributed do freelu to make tkld event a marina juccedX  idividual3 and  -f  v  \ ,   / /  1\   ;  .  _ \  Sechi&li) News Notes  >ii ��� ��� i  i.    i ' \      ��� ���  ���   .1  J  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  YOUNGSTERS CAREFULLY pick were Jimmy Read, 6%, Dylan Col-  up broken glass at beach at Selma .tins, 2V_ and Kelly Sheridan, 7. Par-  Park after careless party makers ents were concerned because young-  broke glass and left debris. Helping sters walk and run on beach with  pick up glass on the beach Saturday barefeet. Although clean up week is  past, some parents suggested that  the beach could use a thorough going over by an organization such as  the scouts, cubs, brownies or guides.  , MRS. Alice,Horsman, of Browning Road,  -Wilson Creek, is happy to have her  son Peter, and his friend, Kathy Burgess  from Egmoiiton, visiting tot a couple ot  weeks. T_iey were oft to Gastown to see  the sights when last seen, but will return  to enjoy the Sunshine Coast. \  Twenty--he women from the auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital spent May 10  in Vancouver attending the regional meeting of the auxiliaries' section Lower  Mainland, B.C.HJL. held at Vancouver  General Hospital nurses' residence. Slides  were shown of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Included were pictures of the candy  stripe convention, with a good picture  of the two local girls, Heather White,  Gibsons, and Els Zuidema, Halfmoon  Bay.   ' ,   7  There were slides with a running commentary of the Vancouver General Hospital auxiliary.  Ken Weaver, executive director, fVancouver General Hospital, the first spieak-r  er did as he was asked... Notjto -treat  ua a$; Utile old ladies in canvass, shoes,  but give us facts', "think of us as respon-  . sible women.*1 ��� -  Mr. Weaver said we must continually'  - update our thinking, we cannot be con-  "teni" to sit and think.. There are too  many major changes in hospitals, for us  to stand stin. The government levels,  with the provinces being urged to take  over more responsibility ,by- the federal  government, providing a variety of levels  of care. .7-7 ���.   .  The federal changes in criminal code  -*__.  .   ' p-jby Peggy Connor  has. thrown a great d^l of extra work,'  especially at the General, where the abortion/law has resulted in 80 a week  done /there.  The federally-sponsored Hastings report is a guideline in the way to go in  health care;   "V7-. .' ;  The provincial government participation could bring a positive change, with  perhaps a de-empHasis on patient bed and  an emphasis-put:on prevention.  5 The auxiliaries could expand more  than their traditional role as money raisers, as 7 contributors, .7dtizens who can  have more of a public relations between  the hospitals and the people*who use  them to the benefit of all. Trying ?to feed  into hospital administrations some knowledge of what people in the community  ��� want."  : Mrs. S. E. Knight, second vice-president,   auxilaries  section, B.CJiA.,  sppke  -on the provincial convention and how the  auxiliaries must send their delegates to  convention" prepared .as to_ how they wish  .._,thelF vote to go on the resolutions.   ,  ^7-^i^KjSa<ikvi__e, of New Westminster,  wlB-elecied regional representative, a job  she took ever from Mrs.  Bennie  who  moved, to Campbell River so was unable  to finish her. year.  Guest speaker was Mrs. J. H. (Sally)  Creightoh and hfer topfic was, "What  Caring Can Do."  The day ended with a tour of the hew  expanded-care unit at the VGH. Already  Wednesday, Moy 16, 1973  bursting at the seams(/ same as St. Mary's.  Thanks to bus driver, Frank Yates, /the  ladies enjoyed the relaxation of riding in  the bus and hot having to find a parking  spot/ " .  - Long-time-friend of lVIrs. Mme Montgomery, Mrs. Velma Brady of Hefley  Creek, was here for a visit 7at West Sechelt: Mrs.* Br_dy and husband Jack had  the Whitecrest Guest Ranch, now they  are working withr-the Todd 7 Mountain  Ski Resort.   7 ���  Mrs.   Gladys.   Parish*   niece,   Evelyn"  xHutton spent her holidays here7 She hails  from Selkirk, Manitoba^ As she left, her  mother, Mrs. Phyllis Hutton and daughter Gwen from Libau, a small spot near  Selkirk,  arrived-  Phyllis is  e sister to  Gladys Parish.  ,..     Sechell^ LA to Guides and Brownies  7 Tea will be back to sits formal style with  silver  service and alL  It's  May  24,  2  pm, Legion Hall, Mermaid Street.  I  \ -������  ���\.  This is a $3.50  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week, it's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other newspaper   produced   in   this  area.  the Times  , 885-9654 er 885-2635 (Sechelt)  886-2121 (Gibsons)  limnililfMMMllMMIIMIIIIlUUMIIUlUUlMtmiUIMIIIIIlMHIIHllll^^  ������������IIIIHillllllllllllllllllllllllK  ��� ret  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's en economical way to  reach 3,000 homes (10,000  reader*) every 'week. Your ad  waits patiently'for ready reference. .... anytime.  2  1 NWRMNMt fate  3,000 horn* (10,000  tmdmA in theea ecoaomlcal  ���pelt. Your ��4 is always tfuna  nt e-h>_ i-forwice .     ���  ��� e)_yfl_iei\  ���UllUllUUMiUUUniiUttMiniUIIMIUllMUUliHUilUIIIIUIIHIIUUIUIIIUIIIIIIHIIMIIIIIlUllu'HIIII^^  ACCOUNTANTS  ip:  W. Philip Gorton  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  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Phone 883-2362  "We aim to please"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madolra Park, B.C.  P. V. Service- Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375  Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Piecing end Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates phone 885-9413  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  W. M. Shortreed Construction  General carpentry,  concrete specialists, *  walks, driveways, retaining  walls, patios.  266-7809  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suitT Homes, Commercial Buildings,  Vacation. Homes. All kinds of Concrete Work.  Any   kind   of  Remodelling.  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2144  SXK. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel - Fill - Topsoil  Driveways -Basements - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2237 days or eves.  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  *-?! ..tk.., .   SERVICES LS-Ds?. .*���% -r-\  PORT MELLON to OLE*S. COVE 77 "    "  T.I.: 886-2938 or 8-3-.-73  Call us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and' Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES '  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  ' Joe McCann, Bex 157, Madeira Park   Phono 883-9913 ���  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electriciono  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  ASTRO CONTRACTING LTD.  (formerly Suncoait)  RESIDENTIAL WIRING - ELECTRIC HEAT  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR 8, EGMONT  For a free estimate, coll 883-2426  FUEL  ERNIE WIDMAN  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block  next to the Co-op Store  Gibftona 886-2322  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down > 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  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  .  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  Rug Shampooing  Ph. 886-7131, Gibsons  ',-.-'��� ���   '���   / .;   ������.;      ���': t ' '   ���'���'���'    v- i    1 ������ -:  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign at the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  __ MARINE SERVICE LTD.  / /  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marina Repair*  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs i  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES   CLAYTON WELDING 8. MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  MOORAGE         ___  SECRET COVE MARINA  Seasonal and Year-round Moorage  ��� Full Facilities ���  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay  885-9942  MOVING St STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Material! for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibsons  Painting & Decorating (Cont.)  PENINSULA PAINTING  & DECORATORS  Interior- Decorator Service������- Exterior  Residential & Commercial Contractors  886-7158 Box 281, Gibsons, B.C. 886-7320  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING & HEATING  ��� ��������� i���������ii-��-i��-��������-i������;_-*���-��� ��� ii   _-_��� i ��� ������mi ������-i-i iiii-_-h,_ ���nil _������������������-  6 & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Id Charfebois  Freo Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES Ail work guaranteed  Phone 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.  .  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Servica ��� 886-9532  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Bay Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872 .  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Penintula R��Jd  Madeira Park  Phone 883-2585  "RENT IT AT  THE RENTAL SHOP"  at Davis Bay  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Television!  Roto Tillers  NURSERY  ,\  Cement Mixers  Mechanic's Tools  Lawn Rakes  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landtcoping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  ' Barry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mow  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landtcoping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Export Hair Styling  Cowrio Street Phone  Sechelf 885-2818  i      i '''''' \    l  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bql Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  i     PAINTING  & DECORATING  E. W. (Bill) PEARSON  Painting Contractor  - First Class Workmanship  - Interior and Exterior  I Phone 889-1828  1650 W. 65th Av*, Vonoouvalr  PHONE 885-2848 ��� 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  885-2848/886-9951 (eves.)  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN  PETER HOEMBERG. b. arch.  Raeldential D-iIgn  ) Coordination and Supervision  SBCMT COVR MARINA  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C  883-2576  RETAIL STORES   C & S HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  SECURITY ALARMS  ��� ���__������-_���_���     ���._-__���_���      .       . -.      _  . ��� _      .   _ . ���*.  KEYES SECURITY  ALL-ROUND SECURITY SERVICES  -    Smoke and Burglar Alarms .  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-9487  SEWING MACHINES  ��� _.. ��� ��� ..    ��_1���?T���r���|,..|M.M  !������       ��� ,���    .���(���_���._!!������_������       ���   .,  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsoni - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf. Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  '*     Roy & Wagenaar 77  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt# B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, 'Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 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 - Log��  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  .   ���       .,     I    ���  .1    1.1     ���������!    II���.���.���p,,��� ���.������_������ ������    !���     I.   -I      .1      ,       ������������..   |,|.ll,   H.._ll���!-.���__���*���_  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  * Complete Tr-o Servico  * Prompt, guaranteed, insured, work  * PrlcM you con truot  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.  8t  RADIO          PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Service  Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola A PHILCO  Cowrio Stiver, Sochelt ~>~ Phone 885-2171  Pender Harbour - 003-2513  /       HASBOUS MtKIB  Electrical - Plumbing - Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpels  Bok 158, Madeira Parik, Hwy. 101  ot Francis Peninsula  \  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 885-901 o  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  0ELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlng - Restyling - Complcto Drapery  Service - Somplei shown In tho home  Phono 88^2050  .,  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES A$Q(f HOMES  ) '  ,        I -l%ffcW7%7l  WM  ���;-?-  i'. ���������, ���";���.';�����/, v.   - ,;���. ���- '������������:���-  . ..t:_k,:. .'���  S.  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Panty Hose  S9C  Chita  Befe* or $pfe��  J  fcrlo��*  Asparagus Tips  Aluminiim foil  Dot West  Heavy Duty 18-htefc  Marshmallows  Knsft Jot PttfM  11 as..   .  .2 for 49  Malkin's Fancy  12 ��_. ..______  Salted Sodas  5f  Dutch Oven  1't __.. __._  39'  Shasta brinks  Apple, Gropa and Orange  *"��� ���"������������������������ ���   7      ' ������ ; ���  Styrofoam Cups   _..- ,...:���,' _2 for 39  40*s  Sanitary Napkins  Kates New Freedom  12^ ______________  59e  Fruit Drinks  fairyland Orange, Grape and       <h        ��AC  Lemonade -��� 40-oz. etn. _;_.�� for ^Jr  SMOKED PORK PICNICS  59  Whole Of  Shank Half  COLA, GINGER ALE, GRAPE, ROOT feEER  LEMONLIME, ORANGE   ���    10 os. this  CHUCK STEAKS  Canada Grade "A" Beef,  Full cut.~-_   CROSS RIB ROAST 5L25  BOLOGNA '*__��*-_____59e  Sliced Side Bacon sine  l-lb. pkg. __��� - .....        1 �� W-2P  ^SES^3S^ ^Jredh l^mdi  WATERMELON        .11  GRAPES  RADISHES and GREEN  ONIONS 2  CUCUMBERS 29  Emperor.  !________________________:  3) CI      1  rozen ^roodd  ^ Orange Juice  Fish & Chips  ce Cream  Carnival, otst. flavors  3 pint ctn.  York, 6 os.  Sflowcrest, 20 ox.  in  G  msons  Equal to or Better than CompeMlva  National iratids.  ��� .  ,    1 f ,1  7 .*,���  , \  ���rtwiilniNn  LUCKY  Dollar  FOODS  /       YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORS  AT YOUR  LUCKY DOLLAR STOKE  ���  1  . ���  * .  /  / ::\.;:  &&iPI&$��Wx  :'���> ���  n  ..-."���v  - ���/. ���������.,  :?:r  ���,n::/i:A\--\^AJ^'  ���pi ���  ' ,K   ..7  '���~*:A  mesaatesamaB  1  GRADUATE' TO AD-BRIEFS FOR FAST ACTION  * PHONE 886-0654  t   885-2635 - 886-2121  For Fact Ad-Brlef Service  BIRTHS  /       OBITUARY .Continued)  OUSOHS AND SECHBLT  WBTTOH DRUGS7,  . . , ��ra pwsssa fa ^sassr tWj  ���Mh AnMan-saHM- space, ana  entande leer WWtss ����� the happy  , parents.  McQUEEN, NDarlene and Rob  wish to announce the birth of  their daughter Taunia Renaye  5 lbs. 3 oz. on April 17, 1973  at St. Mary's HospitaL 1973-25  CARD OF THANKS    .  FRASER, Halfmoon Bay.  Grateful thanks to our many  friends and a very special  thanks to the RCMP, Cunningham'? Ambulance and Dr. Rogers, from mother, brother  Verne and sister Leina and fiancee Karen Vaughn, during  our recent bereavement.  2283-25  OBITUARY  MAY 6,1973���Archibald Francis Douglas of Sechelt, survived by his loving wife Beatrice, 3.sons Wilbert of Lillooet, Stanley of Nanaimo and  Reg of Victoria. 4 daughters,  Glady's, Powell River; Muriel  of Pender Harbour; Winifred  of Campbell River and Grace  of Squamish. 40 grand children and 12 great grand children. Onfe brother George of  Vancouver and a sister Joste of  Campbell River. Mr. Douglas  was a veteran of World War 1.  Rev. Dennis Popple conducted  the service in -tarvey's Funeral Home. Gibsons on Wednesday, Mas,9, 3 pjn. Interment  Seayiew Cemetery.      2278-25  CARR���On May 9, 1973. Mary  Carr of Halfmoon Bay. Age  76 years. Survived by one son  William Robert Carr of Vancouver. Three daughters Mrs.  Ruth Forrester of Halfmoon.  Bay, Mrs. Mary Gillies of Rhodesia and Mrs. Rosemary Sawyer in Scotland. Two grandchildren, three sisters in Scotland. Rev. J. Williamson conducted a graveside service in  Seaview Cemetery on May 11.  Harvey Funeral Home Directors. 2282-25  HOBBS���On May 10, 1973,  Beverley June Hobbs of Se-/  chelt, B.C. Survived by her  loving husband Bob, 2 sons,  David of Sechelt and Richard  of Vancouver. One daughter,  Mrs. S. (Cindy) Huff of Port  Hardy. One grandchild Lisa  and one sister. Cremation.  Private funeral arrangements  to be made. Flowers gratefully  declined. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors. 2294-25  VANNATTA, Charlotte Trecia  of Gibsons, B.C Passed  away May 7, 1973 inher 58th  year. Survived by her two  daughters Mrs. J. R. Janzen  (Jem) of Arvin, California,  U.S.A. and Mrs. D. Chebul  (Karyn) of Los Angeles, California, U.S., six grandchildren;  one sister, Mrs. C. A. Brind  (Beatrice) of Vancouver, B.C.  Also her sister-in-law Mrs; W.  E. Barter of .Gibsons, B.C. Pri- -  vate family service was held.  Cremation���arrangements the  Memorial Society of B.C. and  First Memorial Service Ltd.  , 1072-25  Poge A-6���Tho Penlrteulo Timet, Wed., Moy 16/ 1973  OASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Published Wednesdays by  Powell  River  News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt. B.C  .   E��tobllshed 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation*  September 30, 1972 x  Qieee Circulation 3350  Pek) Qicvfcrtion XT27  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Ct-asHM Adv-rtisbiS R-hw��  3-Une Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  $1.10  Three Insertions ...     ...   ��� $2.20  Box Numbers ��� 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  v for Ad-Briefs not paid by  - publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count lino.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, in Mem-  orlam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  and 30c per line after that. Four  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events tak��  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Moll;  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ���$7.00 yr.  -$9.f *  U.SJ-  Ovoisoas  Extra lines (4 words)  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  30c  Special Qtlxene,  Local Arafi ���  Canada������  Single Copies ������_  ,00 yr.  -$10.00 yr.  $3.1  .$..<  50  00  -13c  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings  8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community, Hall. Ph. 885-9327.  8657-tfif  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-2485, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  DIAL-MAR Answering' Service. Office, residential, wake  up calls. Reasonable rates. Ph.  885-2245. 2145rtfn  AUCTION. Sat May 26,1 p.m.  in school gyr_n.Sp6nsored by  Roberts Creek School. Parents'  Auxiliary. Come and bid.  Fridge, elec. heater, range etc.  On display from 11 am. Any-  , one wishing to donate articles  please phone 886r2593 or 886-  2625. 2290-26  PETS  FREE    kittens. Part    British  Blues. 886-9575 after 6 p.m.  2286-27  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising ond  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Penlnsulo Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or In part ond in any form whatsoever,  erticularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse In low.     7  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  o wrong price, goods or services moy not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any tlme/'-^Suptehne Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for ot the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when prooHs-submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rote  for thexidditional work.  WORK WANTED  HORSESHOEING.   Phone  for  appointment 886-2795.  _   ^ -980-tfn  FURNACE    Installations   and  burner   service. -Frele   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.        36-tfn  PEERLESS    Tree   Services-  Guaranteed   insured   work.,  Phone  885-2109. 1887-tfn  SIGN Painting and Drafting,  call Dune, Roberts  at  886-  2862. x 1945-tfn  DIAL-MAR Answering  Service. Office, residential, Wake  up calls. Reasonable rates. Ph.  885-2245. 2144-tfn  s CARPENTER available, will  build by contract, or time and  material Phone 885-9510 after  6 p.m. 7 2086-25  DRIVER and light truck for  moving and hauling of any  kind���No job too small.-Phone  Norm at 886-9503 anytime.  .     ; '-A.-.       1955-25  GENERAL   handyman.    Carpentry, painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 88>9516. 2285-.m  HELP WANTED  REAL ESTATE  OFFICE block, 7 rentals, Gibsons Centre. Also 2 bedroom'  'home, prime corner location,  downtown Gibsons. Phone 886-  2861. 1961-tfn  2  LARGE choice  lots,   treed  and regional water.  Phone  885-2087. 2097-25  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  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (FORMERLY JOHN BREEN LTD.)  Real Estate & Insurance  '   Pender Harbour - Egmont -Earl Cove  MODERN HOME��� Two-year-old 2 bedroom home  an Va acre, with wonderful view. Just $27,900 with  '������' terms. ,"  ALMOST NEW ��� 2-yeor-pId Cedar Home on level  lot. 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall, 114 baths, near stores.  Just $21,000 full price.  QUARTERSECTION���level bench property with view,  has some timber and gravel. $700 per acre.  2 LOTS with excellent view, side-by-side, water and  power. $8,500 F.P. each.  ���WE NEED LISTINGS���  Call: John Breen    Jock Hermon        Archie Brayton  883-2794 883-2745 883-9926  SAKINAW LAKE: 90' beach;  Cozy log cabin with large  deck. Goes fully furnished.  Offers near $27,500 considered.  GIBSONS: Attractive 2 level  waterfront home. Immaculately clean. Upper level has 2  bedrooms, spacious living room  with fireplace, dining room,  weU planned kitchen, 4 pc.  vanity bath. Lge/ sun room.  Lower level features 3 large  rooms. Private garden. Garage.  Attractive terms on $38,900.  .'HOPKINS: Good revenue properly is hard to find. Be sure  to see this attractive upper  and lower duplex. 960 sq. ft  each floor and beautifully  maintained. Deck, patio and  large storage area. Attached  carport Some terms on $39,-  500.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL  TYPES   INSURANCE  .*   Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular, subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  SAKINAW LAKE RESORT  1,800 Woterfront  1,000 Beach  39 Acres  One of the choice Peninsula  Properties  $190,000  Potential Unlimited  Phone: 254-1060  9319-tfn  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  WANTED to buy house for  family of four. Private. Re^  iy Box 2177, Peninsula Times,  ox 310, Sechelt        2177-tfn  Bi  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  HEART O* SECHaT #2-762  A comer residential lot with paved roods. Short block to woterfront access. Wharf, handy for large boqts. Are you a member of  the Sunshine Coast Credit Union in good standing? Talk to Mr.  Pratt, the manager. He moy be able to assist you to purchose at  a vary low down payment. Full price $6,500. BOB KENT eve*.  885-9461 or office 8.5-2235 <24 houra).  E:  24 Sechelt 885-2235  HOURS       Vancouver 689-5838  BUSINESS & PROPERTY - BARGAIN HARBOUR #36-2-857  Get o start In business, Three-unit motel, only $25,000 full price  with $13,700 dawn. For further details call DON HADDEN 885-  9504 or PAT MURPHY eves. 885-9487, offlco 885-2235 (24  hours).  2 BEDROOM VIEW HOME - ALL ELECTRIC #2-809  Neor new, lovely home faces west to tne Gulf. Very large living  room, 1 % bathrooms, largo utility, plus carport. Range and fridge  Included. Lot 75x125. Asking  $27,000. offers. PETER SMITH  885-9463 eves, or office 885-2235 (24 hours).  VACATION COTTAGE - NORTHWOOD ROAD #24-2-821  Large treed lot. Idoal site for future, retirement. Hydro and phone  Installed. Furniture included. Full price $9,750. DON HADDEN  eves. 885-9504, office 885-2235 <24 hours))  1.2 ACRE WATERFRONT LOT - ROBERTS CREEK # 15-2-866  Over 125 feet of waterfront. Road allowance on two sides. All  services at roadside. Full price $25,000. Adjoining lot also for sain,  DON HADDEN eves. 885-9504 or office 005-2235 (24 hours).  Sechelt Agencies Ltd, welcomes  Pat will be at your service for  PAT MURPHY to their staff,  all your Real Estate needs anywhere on the Sunshine Coast;  with emphasis on ihe area from  Sechelt to Earl Give ft. Egmont.  Pat I requests your Istlngs for  lotsl homes and businesses and  looks forward to seeing you between 6 and 9 p.m. Fridays In  the Sechelt Office.  For personalized service, call  Pat: Res.: 885-9487 or Bus.:  805-2235.  75* GOOD WATERFRONT ��� .61 ACRES #2-855  Nicest exposure, excellent beach, good garden soil. Quiet oreo,  ortly 4 Mi miles south of Sechelt. 2 bedroom home has now kitchen,  s(one fireplace, hot water heat. See on our TV screen, Asking  $48,00a  PETER SMITH  805-9463  eves,  or office 085-2233  (24 hours).  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL .ESTATE  ESPECIALLY FOR YOU? SELMA PARK #2-832  Compact, |ust right for a couple who eh|oy a nicely landscaped lot  and want a one room guest cottage to boot! All electric heat at  economical cost. Close to breakwater and easy access to the ocean.  Taxes?.Only a dollar net. Main house has two bedrooms, living  room, pullman typo kitchen area and 4 pleco bath. All for only  $17,500 cash. BOB KENT 885-9461  eves, or office 885-2235  (24 hours).  MADEIRA PARK - TREED LOTS #-2-669  Water and hydro to oil property lines, close to .water and stores,  boat access, nicely treed, quiet area. Excellent for building now,  or holding property. Priced from $A40O to $6,500 only 10 per  cent down, balance ot 9 per cent. PFTER SMITH 885*9463 eves.,  DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves, or office 885-2235 (24 hours).  CREATIVE. ERSON WANTED #2-8)5  Wonted a progressive person to purchase j a growing arts and,  craft* business In this area. One person can manapo this well-  stocked store with Income from sales, creations ana rental. Pr��t-,  senlly showing good Income with minimum hours 6pen. Price lust  reduced to $15,000 for quick sale. DON HADDEN 885-9504  eves, or office 885-2235 (24 hours).  2 BEDROOM VIEW ��� LOW COST #2-B29  Retirement or starter, all electric older home, compact ond cosy  on small lot. LEVEL. Full prlco $12,500.  PETER SMITH 805-  2235 eves, or office 885-2235 (24 hours).  AGENCIES LTD.  BEST BUY WATERFRONT #20-2-605  Level 75' waterfront lot In area of quality homes. Full price only  $14,500,,but owner says to Increase price to $15,500 If not sold  by May 31st, 1973. BOD KENT eves. 085-9461 or office 005-  2235 (24 hours).  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  24 Vancouver 689-5838  HOURS       Secholt 885-2235  (E. 8.O.E.)  COMPANY  TEXAS  Needs man over IDsfor short  trips surrounding SecnfeH. Contact customers. We frauTWrite  W. J. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum, Box 789,  Ft. Worth, Tex.   ,       9344-25  RELIABLE  woman  to   clean  home   in , Bargain Harbour  area, approx. once "per week.  Please phone collect 277-0063.  v V 2276-26  LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  ,    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  HELP WANTED (Cont.)  SIDE winder operator wanted,  top wage for right man, fully  experienced   only.   Call   883-  2523 collect. 227^-25  WE NEED PEOPLE  .    Houseware & Gift Sales:  Full   time,   enthusiastic, anii  friendly Sales lady, required  immediately.  9 to .4,  5  day  week. Commission after 6  months  Cashier:  Well    groomed,    bright    and  cheerful young lady is required immediately. 9 to 5, 5 day  x week.  Hardware Trainee:  Conscientious* young man re-x  quired to train for sales career  in busy plumbing, electrical  and general hardware dept. Onv  the j6b training. 8:30 to 5:30,  5 day week. Commission after  '76 months.  ."������.���      ��� ���'.���      ..���."��� '\  Television Repair1 Trainee:  High school graduate, neat,  alert and electronically minded  to work .under supervision of  Mr. Chuck Stephens - our  Qusrar ard Phi.co technician '  Frequent' course trips to Vancouver to be anticipated. Salary will be related to adepti-  bility and progress.  Excellent Fringe Benefits  Included.  Please apply in person to"  Mr. Allen/  PARKERS HARDWARE Ltd.  Cowrie Street, Seche.t  9340-25  HELP WANTED (Mole)    "  CABLEVISION installer technician. Vacancy available  now. Applicants should have'  experience in . maintenance,  service and installation of cable systems. Apply to Coast  Cable Vision. Box 218, Sechelt  or phone 885-2444.       2288-25  HELP WANTED (Female)  WOMEN for part time work at  Camp Elphinstone, dishwashing and general kitchen help,  $2.50 per hour. Phone Friday  for appointment 886-2025.  1971-25  IMAGINE WATERFRONT  On Redrooffs Road ��� living  room is yellow cedar flank  panels. 3 bedrooms, wood  panels and full insulation. Living room and 2 bedrooms wall  to wall rugs. Large kitchen  with glass door facing the  water. 30' patio, about half  has ceiling and indoor/outdoor  rug. Lots of good furniture,  antenna, etc Good value  $37,500:   More   details  PAT HALLAT, 885-9051  9346-26  t  '<_?_88&8fi..  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  WILLIAMSON'S LANDING WATERFRONT ��� A  delightful house on a big lot with 99 feet of W.F.  Stone fireplace in living room, sundeck, three bedrooms. Listed for $40,000, see this place and try your  offer.  GAMBIER ISLAND���One or two bedroom year-round  home on view lot overlooking Howe Sound and Langdale. Fully furnished in modern appliances and furniture. Large sundeck. Five minute ferry ride to Langdale. Price $17,500.  m**tmlf4m* mm �����'  *T  SOAMES POINT-^-Two bedroom summer or year-  round home on large landscaped view lot. All services.  Close to nice beach. Price $18,900.  GIBSONS VILLAGE���Seaview Road, small 2 bedroom  older type home on view lot. Needs some work for good  revenue or investment. $10,700.  GIBSONS BLUFF���Two bedroom home nestled on  panoramic large view lot, landscaped within its surroundings. This seven year old home has to be seen  to be appreciated: fireplace, sundeck, part basement,  corpot,. Make an appointment to view at full price  $29,500. Mortgage available.  HILLCREST ROAD���New 3 bedroom home on large  lot. Wx bathrooms, sundeck. $24,700. Mortgage  available.  REVENUE HOMEr���In Gibsons Village, Close in, 3  bedroom apartment upstairs, 1 bedroom apt. downstairs, good revenue. F.P. $27,700.  ABBS ROAD���2 bedroom home on panoramic view  lot. Ideal for retirement, briveway, carport. $25,800.  Terms.  BEAUTY SALON���exclusive to Sunnycrest Shopping  Centre. 1 or 2 operators can handlo. Full price $8,800  plus stock.  TRAILER LOt-i-Fairvlew Road. All services. 130 ft.  frontage. $5,500.  LEEK ROAD���2.02 acres. Sbmo nice trees. Driveway  In. Asking prlco $9,000. Bring your offer.  HALL ROAD���Roberts Creek. 21/. acres of level land,  all cleared, two street) frontage. Regional water. Excellent potential for mobile home park. $18,000 F.P.  TUWANEK���Only $27,500 for year-old Gothic Arch  type house a stone's throw from beach. Lovely view.  Good fishing and holiday area. i  LISTINGS     WANTED  K. A. Crosby 886-2098 ��� J. E. White 886-2935  J. Visier 885-2300 ���' Mike Blaney 886-7436  SHILCOMB LOOKOUT RESORT - MADEIRA PARK  280' sheltered woterfront with floats, 13.85 landscaped & terraced  acres, 6 modern furnished housekeeping units, campgrounds ond  washroom facilities. 4 boats and motors. Owner's 3 BR home.  Plenty of room forexponsion for more units, campers, trailer space  A      and marina facilities. Good buy at $110,000. ���������....  GARDEN BAY  One bedroom Ranabode with second bedroom in basement, view  of Pender Harbour. Has wdll-tOnwall carpets, electric heat, built-  in range, sundeck. On large view lot close to stores and marinas.  :j $26,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres of attractively treed park-like property. Approx. 350  feet of good waterfront. Creek through property. Close to Sakinaw-  Lake access road and boot launching. Excellent for a group purch-  .   ase ��� room for several cottages on property. $33,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  R.UBY LAKE .    , 105 ft. nice waterfront, partially cleomd, ready  . for building.. Electricity available. On Hallowell Road. $12,500,  GARDEN BAY . . .54 ft. beach front lot with building site  cleared ond roadway in J 4 ft. trailer. $20/000.  PRIME COAAMERCIAL LOCATION, EGMONT ,  Corner lot with opprox. 80 ft. waterfront and over 200 ft. comer  road frontage.,26 ft. woter taxi business and small automotive gos  . station also included in price, of $32,000.  VIEW LOTS-���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like Ipts overlooking Pender Harbour. Close to  stores, post office, marinas and gov't wharf. Priced from $5,300  to $6,000.  WARNOCK ROAD  Nicely treed ond level mobile home site or building lot. $8,000.  GERRAN'S BAY - FRANCIS F-ENINSULA  Approx. 180 ft. of deep waterfront with 3 BR architect designed  home on 3 levels. Oil furnace, double plumbing. Large bright  studio on upper floor with separate entrance. Greenhouse, fish,  pond and a small cabin presently used as a shop. Landscaped  grounds and lots of trees for privacy. Float, washer & dryer, range  and fridge Included in price of $79,500.  AAARINA 8. RESORT SITE ;  Adjoining Jervis View Marina, Earl Cove. Approx. 1800' woter-  ft-_t vmrt several bays, beaches and possible boat launching site.  Qmuirts approx. 42 ceres; creek through property. 3, bedroom  furnished home with basement and oil furnace. $125,000.  . MARINA & BOATYARD  2.21 acres In Madeira Park with 180' waterfront, boat launching  romp partially built, floats, boat shop 24'x50' with all necessary  heavy shop equipment, marine ways 35 ton capacity with 2 carriages, foreshore lease. 4 BR home, new 1970. $105,000.  MADEIRA PARK ,  Nice treed lots with rough driveways in. Close to school, stones,  post office and marinas. $3,700 to $11,000.  MARY ISLAND  4.8 acres, located right in Pender Harbour. 1,500 ft. waterfront.  Phone, hydro, and water. Log house. Excellent for a group Investment. $125,000.  PENDER HARBOUR  Good Investment property - approx. 33 acres with  1,800 ft. of  tidal waterfront, highway frontage. $85,000.  irvine's Landing  Good fisherman's cottage - 3 BR house on large view lot overlooking famous Leo Bay, serviced with water and hydro. Minutes away  from good salmon fishing, marinas, gov't Wharf. $ 13,500.  EARL COVE  Unfinished cottage with sundeck on semi-waterfront view lot. Few  hundred feet to beach. $8,200.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available ������ some fully serviced.  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 BR homo on large vlow lot overlooking famous Lee Bay, serviced  With water and hydro. $13,500.  SECRET COVE AREA  160 acres of fairly,level land above the highway - roads ond trails  throughout. $70,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 BR homo on 103' waterfront lot. Has oil furnace, natural wood  finish In living room, view of harbour and Gulf. Sheltered deep  water moorage. $38,000,  VIEW,LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to woterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  offlco. $6,000 to $10,000.  RUBY LAKE  Lot 25  largo corner vlow lot on Hallowell Road, Ruby Lake.  Ideal for summer cottage. $6j50O.  EGMONT WATERFRONT  7 acres with approx 560 ft. waferfron'   adjoining the Egmont  Morlna. Paved Maple Roodriins through property. Excellent ���!�����  for clovolopment as sport flihermen's camper ana trailer park or  as a group Investment. Asking $50,000. /]  MADEIRA PARK  3 aero parco of good view property on Highway 101. $33,000.  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  liiliSii!!!  REALTY LTD.   ;,'  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone Pender Honour 883-2233  ���-**"�� W'-"����H�����'  V   7 ...  .^  .-���  /��� ..  -1  v.  FOR RENT  OFFICE space, Harris Blick,  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  COSY 2 bdrm. home, % base-,  ment Heat and hot water,  carport, garden in. Available  June 1. Close to Sechelt References. Ph. 885-2803. 1975-25  STORE  . Approx. 800 sq. ft.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt %  - Phone 885-9816  9341-tfn  FOR RENT (Continued) MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)'  AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont.)       LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.)      The Peninsula Times, Wetj., Moy 16, 1973���Poge A-7  FURNISHED 2 bedrdbm apartment on beach, West Sechelt..  Phone  885-2827. 2258-26  MOBILE HOMES  BRAND new 12'x62* 2 bedroom Leader, de lune Colon-,  ial furniture, slidng (patio door,  galley kitchen, shag carpet  throughout, 2 door frost free  fridge. Delivered ' and completely set up for only $11,500.  Can be seen at Sunshine Coast.  Trailerx Park, Highway 101,  Gibsons. 2273-tfn  BRAND new 12^68 Leader, 3  bedroom, reverse isle, traditional furniture, front kitchen,  lots of cupboards, 2 linen closets, 2 door frost free fridge,  shag carpet in living room and  master bedroom. Delivered and  completely set up for only  $11,900. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Highway 101, Gibsons. 2274-tfn  .1964    SHASTA    trailer,    18'.  $1200 or offers. Phone 883-  2732.       \f ^      2217-26'  TRAILER space available, all,  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,-West Sechelt-Ph. 885-  2375. 863-tfn  $7,979 FULL PRICE  New 12x64*3 Bedroom  $100 down (O.A.C.)  Call collect 434-8771  or 437-3972  REGAL MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  motor dealer licence No.  6655 Kingsway  South Burnaby  2240  9347-tfn  AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238,. Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  SELMA PARK���Snodgross Avenue. 3 BR home, just months old,  with double carport. Beautiful shop carpet, terrific view, 80-foot  lot, no steps to climb. Complete with range, washer & dryer tor  $32,000. Bank mortgage.  GOWER POINT WAtERFROr4T���This Just has to be onTof the  best view properties on the Peninsula. Three %-ocre lots 100x217'  PLUS one acre semi waterfront with very liveable home, all cleared  with some very nice fruit trees. This whole bundle can be yours  ,/.'���';������'     ,'    for $47,500. ���;.7V;  COUNTRY ACREAGE���-Two 5-acre blocks; slde-by-slde, with a  gentle S.E. slope, nicely treed and drilled well on property. F.P.  $12,500 each.  GIBSON'S VIEW LOT ON THE /BLUFF���-This is one of the nicest  view lots we have to offer Overlooking oil directions. Asking  $11,000.  PENDER HARBOUR���Here's a very neat 2 bedroom home on an  extra-large fully serviced lot, lust steps away from Lea's Bay.  Very suitable for permanent home and yet reasonable enough  v  for a summer home. Asking only $13,500.   .  ROBERTS CREEK���This isv a Very comfortable 2 bedroom home  on a full acre developed lot. Good garden and fruit trees. Priced  only $19,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board  Vince Prewer 886-9359      Wally Peterson 886-2877  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  WANTED TO RENT  -_��� ���___���__ pi i*~~��v<��____-_i^__________>  SMALL house or cottage in  Francis Peninsula ��� or Pender Harbour area. Phone Bill  883-2585 between 9 & 5, Monday to Friday. 1883-tfn  FURNISHED 3 bedroom house  for months .of July, and August, Sechelt area. Write Mrs.  Szabados, 2107-4th St. S.W.,  Calgary, Alberta. 2203-25  WANTED. Cottage preferably waterfront with moor*  age. To sleep 6 for business  people. Price no object. Pender Harbour area.  Coll collect 278-6710 or  273-6458, Mr. Hannay.  9343-25  BOATS & ENGINES  24'   CLINKER  cabin  cruiser,'  310 H.P., Buick Marine 170.  OfferyPh, 88S-2167.     2095-25  9% HP. Evinrude, O/B motor.  Phone 883-2336. 2264-26  14' SPEEDBOAT, Ace design,  lights, ONC controls. Phone  883-9933. 2263-26  $3000 cash will buy you a 32*  troller, B licence, 8 years to  go, inspected, prawn winch, 25  prawn traps, bait seine, bouys,  lines, tackle etc. R. Ford, Egmont. Ph. 883-2605.      2279-25  12* PLYWOOD    boat Good  condition. Ph. 885>-9751.  2284-25  18 FOOT V-bottom boat with  % cabin. Phone 886-7286.  , 1977-25  17%�� _10AT and Evinrude 55  &P, outboard. Phone 885-  2056.' 2301-27  *-.,   .. ., i���.     j . , ��� ��� -  16'   PI/5TWOOD   boat,   fibre-  glassed, $100 or offers. End  of - Brook's   Road, ' Halfmoon  Bay. 2303-25  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438 Marine Drive,  West Vancouver, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  . 8227-tfn  HOMEOWNERS  Use the equity in your home  , (paid for or not) to consolidate  tiresome bills, make home improvements, or purchase needed items. For lower rates and  prompt service, please call  FIRST CITIZENS  FINANCE Cb. LTD.  552 W.  Broadway,  Vancouver 9, B.C. 872-2604  Eves,, and Weekends:  Mr. Evans 596-3507   ���  Mr. Williams 266-2636  9332-tfn  ,_.���l___ __  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc.  1966 CHEV window van, 56,000  miles, $1095. Phone 886-9862.  / 2220-26  1963 DODGE, big motor, auto- -  V-hatic,   power   brakes   and  steering.   Exceptionally   well  looked after, $475. Phone 885-  2601. 2252-26  1972    NORTON    Commando,  best off or over $1000. Phone  886-7260 after five.       2222-26  1964 FORD Galaxie,  4 door,  7P.S. auto. Good running condition,  $395.  Phone  886-2657.  1967-26  1972 one ton Chev V-8 Custom  30 with .duals. licenced.  Fabricated steel bin with compartments, mileage under 14,-  000. Equipped .vith 1970 de-lux  11* Capilano Chieftain Camj-  er, $6000. Phone 886-9597.  .        , 2293-25  1964 OLDSMOBILE convert-  ' able, good running condition.  Asking $550. Phone 886-9351.  2297-25  TWO Keystone 14"x6" mag  wheels, 1982 starter Pontiac,  two used 14" snow tires, pair  of 1967 Mustang leaf springs,  1958'Ford .starter and 'generator.  Ph. 886-7861.     . 1979-27  1966 FORD Fairlane G.T. 390,  335   H.P.,   4  speed.   Phone  886-74044 1970-25  1961 AUSTIN Cambridge, re-  liable   transportation,   $250.  Ph. 886-7098 evening. 2296-25  1972 FORD E-200 Supervan,  V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., and  extras. 12,000 miles, top cond.  $4095. Henderson, Selma Park  Road,   885-2610. 2307-25  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed, Hay and  other feeds by order. 258-tfn,  ��� ���   ��� % 1 ..  ��� -  FEED, SEEDS  FENCING, FERTILIZER  Buckerfield's  Horse,  Chicken,  Hog  &  Cattle Feeds   '  ..Purina Products  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R- 1,    Gibsons  Open: 9 a.m. to> 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday/  One  mile south of Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 886-7527  ���������'.  9292-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  k.  .ESTATES LTD.  MEMBER. OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  SECLUDED ACREAGE  8.75 acres with 1500 sq. ft. ranch style home. Many deluxe  features. Ideal for small horse ranch. 60 ft. Kentucky style  bam. Green house and many more features. F.P. $48,500.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053,  885-2385.  ncoast ESTATES LTD.  ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  BEDROOMS, GIBSONS  2 bedroom, full basement home with excellent view. Large  comer lot. Central location. Room for expansion. Auto, oil  furnace, fire place. F.P. $22,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  GARDEN BAY  Excellent view lot overlooking Pender Harbour and Gulf.  Fully serviced. $2,000 down and balance on easy payments.  Call Bob Lee, 883-2279, 883-2330.  PENDER HARBOUR  Approximately 7 acres on highway. Timber, year-round  stream. F.P. $27,500. Call Bob Lee 883-2279, 883-2330.  LARGE ACREAGE  40 acres Mason Road location. Eight 5-acre blocks for subdivision. Excellent potential for a group.1 F.P. $65,000. Call  Jock or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-  2385.  WATERFRONT HOME  70 ft. choice waterfront with house,  excellent moorage. Salmon at the door.  Call Bob Lee 883-2279\ 883-2330. ���  Fully serviced. Wharf,  F.P. $30,000. Terms.  LARGE LOT - ROBERTS CREEK  Cleared and serviced with a small creek along the .back of  the property. Blacktop frontage. F.P. $6,900. Call Jack or  Stan Anderson 885-2241  or eves.  885-2053,  885-2385.  VIKING LONGHOUSE ON THE WATER  Approx. 270 ft. woterfront. Good4harbour with,wharf. A  really rustic home, 3000 sq. ft. Built of rough-h.wn wood.  An excellent home or could be converted to a guest lodge  or hlde-owoy retreot for a group. Coll Bob Lee 883-2279 or  883-2330.  VIEW HOME  4 bedroom, full basement home 1548 sq. ft. with sundeck.  All wall-to-wall carpets, Crestwood kitchen, two sets of bathroom plumbing. Large corner lot. F.P. $37,900. Call Jack  ,    or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  MADEIRA PARK WATERFRONT    ,  162.5 feet waterfront, nice home, two. other rental units  and large shop. 153.5 ft. "highway frontage. Approximately  315 acres ��� $58,900. Call Bob Lee, 883-2279, 883-2330.  REDROOFFS ROAD  18,000 to 24,000 sq. ft. lots. Priced from $3,600. Paved  roads. Call Jack or Stan. Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-  2053, 885-2385.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  2 bedroom cottage on lovely beach. Protected moorage for  your boat, nicely treed, all fenced yanl Dominion lease.  Asking only $11,500. Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond,  885-2241 or 885. 9863.  SARGENT BAY  Close to the beach and almost % acre of treed privacy. Power  available. Many large trees. F.P. $6,500. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson 885-2241 or eves, 885-2053, 885-2385.  REVENUE $300 PER MONTH  Plus lovely suite for owner with a fantastic view. Small cottage on pebble beach. Garage. Must be seen. Asking  $45,000. Call Len or Suranne Van Egmond 885-2241, or  685-9683,  GOWER POINT  Fully serviced 93x217 ft. lot with a view. Easv access to  safe beach & good fishing. $7,950, Call Jack or Ston Anderson 005-2241, or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  GOOD INVESTMENT  Lots 50m 100' for only $2,000. Watch these grow In value.  Four only . . . call now, Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-  2241 or 885-9683.  ROBERTS CREEK  70x150 ft. serviced lot. All cleared, good access to the beach.  New homes area. F.P, $5,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson  885-2241 or eves 885-2053, 885-2385.  83x350' WATERFRONT  Fantastic beach, Arbutus trees, firs, good bulldlnig site, ovor-  ooking Sargent Bay, great fishing spotlit Water ond power  ovalloblo. Asking only $17,900. Call Len or Suzanne Von  Egmond, 085-2241 or 885-9683.  BROOKS COVE, WATERFRONT  150 ft. waterfront. Very private, oood swimming beach. Lot  is 2/0 of an acre In size and has lots of trees. F.P. $24,500.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241 or,eve*, 8M-2053,  885-2385;  VIEW OF HOWE SOUND  Panoramic view of Howe Sound. Underground wiring, water,  good building site. Asking only $5,800. Call Len or Suzanne  Van Egmond; 885-2241 or 885-9683.  DAVIS BAY - VIEW  65x122 ft. lot. fully serviced, driveway on the property, only  steps to beach. F.P. $6,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson  885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2305.  ROBERTS CREEK VIEW  View lots, half block to good beoch occeas, only $5,900 ea.  Or buy all three and save $$$. Call Len or Suzanno Van  Egmond, 085-224 J or 085-9683.  GIBSONS - BRUSHWOOD RANCH  5 acres, all cleared ond In pasture, fenced for paddocks.  7-box-stallftd bam with attached tack room. Municipal water,  seasonal creek. Good potential development site. 3 bedroom  home with two sets of plumbing and a brick fireplace. Close  to all facilities, F.P. $57,500 Call Jock or Stan Anderson  885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 055-2385.  LOTS ��� $4,500  View lots, cleared building ��ite, close to beoch ond protected  mooraqo. Call Len or Sukanno Van Egmond, 885-2241 or  005-9663.  MADEIRA PARK  way frontage, 15 acres. $60,000. Coll Bob Lee, 803-2279  Development property, terrific view ��� over 2000 feet hlgh-  or 883-2330.  NEW HOME - SECHELT  Lovely 2 bedroom home. Fireplace, carport, cloie to oil  facilities, walking distance to lovely 'beach. Asking only  $29,500. Call Len or Suzanne Von Egmond, 805-2241 or  885-9683.  VIEW LOTS    .  Nicely treed ami serviced, $5,500 Call Bob Lee, 083-2279,  003-2330,  SECRET COVE  Two large lots .well treed, driveway In; near beach. Oysters,  clatm, fishing. Only $3,300 and $4,200. Call Len or Su*anno  Van Egmond, 005-2241 or 003-9683.  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACRQS$ FROM SECHELT PUS DEPOT  K  1  \  s> NOTICE  y Application has been made  -to the Eublic Utilities Comroi.-.  sion on behalf of the undersigned carrier, to increase certain rates and charges for the  transportation of freight between the Vancouver area and  the Sechelt Peninsula-  Subject to the consent of the  Commission the proposed rates  and charges will become effective on or after June 15th,  1973.  Details of the- proposed  changes'may be obtained from  the carrier's office.  Any representations respecting this application may be  made to the Superintendent of  Motor Carriers, 1740 West  Georgia St., Vancouver 5, B.C.  up to May 31st., 1973.  Pacific Tariff Service Ltd.  Tariff Agent for:  Peninsula Transport Ltd  9342-pub. May  16, 1973.  LOST  p__  SEVEN. month male black  cocker spanial. Very friendly,  Answers to Morgan, from West  Beach Ave., Roberts C reek,  Wednesday, May 9th. Ph. 886-  2625. 2289-25  FOR SALE  SUNSHINE COAST  :  REGIONAL DISTRIST  PUBLIC HEARING  AMENDMENT TO ZONING  BY-LAW  /Pursuant t& s. 703 of the Municipal Act, a public hearing will  be held at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 23, 1973, at the Welcome Beach Community Hall,  Redrooffs Road, to consider  by-law 35(16) . - a by-Jaw to  amend the Sunshine Coast  Regional District .Zoning Bylaw No. 35, 1970. All persons  who deem their interest in  property affected by the proposed by-law shall be afforded  and opportunity to be heard on  matters contained in the bylaw. '  The intent of the byrlaw is to  rezone that portion of Block  C and the remainder of Block  B, District Lot 4550, Group 1,  N.W.D., Plan 13099, lying  south of the gazetted right of  way of the Sunshine Coast  Highway (Highway 101). (Buccaneer Marina).  Take notice that the above is  a synopsis of a by-law that  may be inspected at the Regional District office, Davis Bay,  at the times indicated, namely,'  Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.  to 12:30 p.m. arid 1:00 p.m. to  . 4:00 p.m. and the synopsis is  not intended to be and is not  to be deemed to be an interpretation of the by-law.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District     ,.  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2838.  Charles F. Gooding  Administrator.  9338-pub. May 9, and 16, 1973.  FIREPLACE   wood   for- sale.  Alder, maple and fir. Phone  833-2417. 1149-tfn  ., FOR    SALE    or    will    trade  equity   on  house,   15x25  3-  bedroom  Glendale. .Furnished,  or   unfurnished.. Price   $5800.  Phone 886-7839. 2136-tfn  POWER poles - fence posts -  patio blocks, firewood. Ph.  '885-9468., . 2093-25  MOVING! Will sell near new  new electric baseboard type  heater, 44". Cost 26.25. Sell for  $16. Also good Trayelgard two  Suiter suitcase. Cost $35., sell  for $15. Phdne 885-9335.  2214-25  KITCHEN  heating  wide, Ph.  wood stove for  and cooking, 33"  885-9960.      2292-25  MOVING, will seir electric  heater (baseboard type) for  $18. (cost $26.25). Also 1 wail  mirror, 16'x42", $8. Phone 885-  9335. 2280-25  FOR SALE (Continued)  10 SPEED bike for sale, $60.  Phone   885-2552 2277-27  WHY pay rent? Mobile home  fully set Up in Erwin Trailer  Court. 10x55' newly remodelled. Colored appliances. Extension with automatic ��� ��� dryer.  Will sell completely furnished  if desiredA Ph. 886-2671 or  886-9633 after 6. 2281-25  2 ROOMS and bath for gentleman, also 1 small and 1 large  room connected. 1749 Marine,  ���Gibsons. Ph. 886-9525.   2271-25  WEST Sechelt���One bedroom  furnished view home, all  electric, responsible single person, $100. Available August'1,  minimum 1 year. Box 2259,  Peninsula - Times, Sechelt.   2276-26  WESTINGHOUSE elec. clothes  . dryer, $40; wringer washer,  $30; neon light fixtures, $5;  coffee table, $7; child's table  and chairs, $10; T.V. picture  tube 24CP4A, $5; gallon of  paint, $5; light fixtures, $3-  $10; 23" Fleetwood Console, no  .picture tube, $50. Phone 885-  2339.v .        2291-25 !  DEVILBISS    Spray    Fainting  outfit*    complete    with    8.5  c__n.   compressor.   Will   hold-,  constant pressure,; professional  type, $325. Phone 886-2512.  ; 2295-26  VANGUARD Camper (separately or with truck) like  new, sleeps 4. Can be seen at  1748 N. Fletcher, Gibsons or  Phone 886-9843. 1978-25  CHILD'S high chair, $8: crib  with   mattress,   $15.   Phone  886-2455. 1969-25  10 FT. boat fibreglass > seams,  windshield and with seats.  Small boys bike - two wheeler.  Phone after 5 p.ni. 886-2327.  1976-25  8' LOWER cupboards complete  "with  double   stainless  steel  sink. Ph. 886-7260;        2223-26  .,  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  FOR SALE (Continued)  SOFA and  7630.  7?   chair.  Phone 886-  1974-25  SMALL fridge/ $47; plug, in  electric rangette, $36; Roll-  away cot complete, $32. AH  in. good condition. Phone 885-  2570. 2299-25  NEW factory-sealed "double  Hollywood bed, $60; used  small fridge, $30; used wringer  washer, $30. Phone 885-2080.   ,.L 2304-25  G.E. range approx. 12 years  old, not used much, $50;  Coleman oil heater, $20; also  approx. 100' of 2" carton, plastic pipe,, some hand saws and  hammers. Phone 685-9696.   2306-25  GREENHOUSE installed on  your property. Dome shaped,  60 sq. ft. of growing space,  $220 complete. Call Sunshine  Domes, 886-7158.        - 1715-tfn  2 FOLD away cots; pembroke  ' tub; Coleman circulator heater; mono doors with hardware.  Phone  885-2198. 2302-25  WANTED TO BUY  House for family of 4, private.  Reply  Box 1636,  Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1636-tfn  GIRL'S bicycle, 20" wheel, in  good   conditon. -Phone   885-  9747. 2298-25  B.Gisa  beautiful  place  Don't mess  it up  FOR SALE  ���5" continuous gutter, heavy  guage white baked enamel.  ���Aluminum conversion windows.  ���Permanent and roll-up awnings.  All work guaranteed in  writing.....  PACIFIC RIM ALUMINUM  - '  LTD.   ���   '"  2643 Kingsway  Vancouver 16, B.C.  Phone   434-7218   or   885-2246  (24 hours)  9345-25  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL. RENT. SWAP. BUY  7  7  Look at this! All 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 down and buy it! AH for only $99 per month  with no payments for 45 days. It's a new 1973 two  bedroom C.S.A. approved mobile home from COSMOPOLITAN. Why rent any longer! Why throw more  money out the window. It's time to get the most out  of your hard earned dollars. Phone Lease Manager  right now at 438-2421 collect.  COSMOPOLITAN HOIS LTD.  5912 KINGSWAY  SOUTH BURNABY, B.C.  437-9738  MUSGROVE FORD  o_> Doorstep Service  TO THE SUNSHINE COAST  GIANT selection to fill your transportation  AND RECREATIONAL REQUIREMENTS  INCLUDING: ���  * Full line of new Ford cars and trucks  /     * Ford-Haico Mini-Homes and Motor Homes  * High quality, warranteed  used cars and  trucks  For further  information  on DOORSTEP SERVICE call  collect to your Sunshine Coast Field representatives  Ed Black or Hugh Mdran at  INSTANT   BANK   FINANCING (on approval of credit)  mm miumm to your poorstep  FREE CONFIDENTIAL CREDIT CHECSC  i  Y.  \  i ."' r  *.  Poge A-8  m  ' :>j$Ak  _;  :a|-  The Peninsula Tim  Wednesday, May 16, 1973  P  s  _____  ���M.-_ra__��HHkvnkttil V&v  J. JBtArJr#i#!��:  :.;  /m^j  SPORTS  SPORTS EQUIPMENT ranging from    c .  outboard motors to golf clubs to trail   ^UPpOTt urqea  cycles and. everything   in between  will be featured at Trail Bay Sports  Unlimited, Sechelt. The new store  will open tomorrow.  Wilt Chamberlain's  volleyballs due  BRITISH Columbia Volleyball Association is announcing the arrival of Wilt  Chamberlain's four-man volleyball team  on May 25.  Wilt's Big Dippers will play against  a selected B.C. provincial team in the  Agrodome at 8 pjn.  All proceeds will, go to the development of the provincial junior volleyball  team.  Gibsons Athletic Assn.  financial report told  guide  Outdoors  in this issue  THIS week's issue of The Times contains  a 12-page travel and outdoor fun supplement designed to help you make th$  most of your particular sport or summer  pastime.  Whether your interest is canoeing,  camping or fishing, The Times supplement contains something for you.  Take a moijient to glance through the  pages. In addition to fascinating articles  by recognized outdoor authorities such  as 'Dinty' Moore, you will find valuable  shopping information on everything from  four-wheel-drive vehicles to chain saws.  Happy reading!  GIBSONS���Gibsons Athletic  Association  financial report shows a balance as of  March 31, 1973 of $906.02, according to  Nancy L. Douglas, treasurer.  Following are comments on the financial report made by the treasurer:  Donations and sponsorships are our  major sources of income and for this reason we cannot thank our supporters  enough. The real appreciation can be  seen on the eager faces of so many children who haye been given the opportunity to participate.  Our main objectives are the promotion  of good sportsmanship and to give all  children an opportunity to participate.  We hope through these efforts that we  are helping to build a better community.  A child involved in a sport or recreation  program is apt to be1 too busy to seek  other, not so wholesome, activity.  An item that could hot be included on  any financial report is the time and  effort put in by volunteers; coaches, urn-  Gibsons Athletic Assoication Treasurer's  Report. April 1. 1972-March 31. 1973  Here's revised   1  softball schedule |  JUNIOR SOFTBALL |  May J6���Gibsons  Hardware  vs  Se- ^  chelt 6:30 p.m., Gibsons Elementary. S  s_  May. 17���Coast News vs Wilson Creek  6s30 p.m., Wilson Creek-  May  19���Sechelt vs Coast News  10  a.m.,  Gibsons  Elementary.  May 19���Devil's Yarders. vs- Gibsons  Hardware  10  a.m., Langdale.  May 23���Devil's Yarders vs Sechelt  6:30 p.m., Sechelt Elementary.  ' ��� May 26���Wilson Creek vs Gibsons  Hardware 10 a.m., Langdale.   s  \ May   29���Devil's    Yarders  vs  Coast  News 6:30 p.m., Gibsons Elementary.  May 30���Wilson Creek vs Sechelt 6:30  p.m. Sechelt Elementary.  SCORES]  May 5 Coast News 27, Devil's Yarders 15  May 6 Sechelt 33, Wilson Creek 25  May 6 Wilson Creek 35, Gibsons Hard .v. 18  May 8���Goddards 14, Sechelt 12  -May 9 Devil's Yarders 8, Coast News 8  May 9 Roberts Creek 10, Helen's Heroes 9.  1. STRINGER  2. SLEEPERS  3. DECKING  THE NEW WHARF Oft  BOATHOUSE FLOATATION!  Replace your sunken logs with proper floatation under  your present boathouse . .. suitable for tie-up buoys.   |  This type of floatation is used tires, pressure-filled   %  with styrofoam; mounted under a wooden platform and  %  pro-drilled with galvanized bolts and nails.  Balance���April 1, 1972  INCOME:  Donations  -   Memberships    Team Sponsorships ���  Ent. & Special Events  Hall Rent .   Bank Interest   Baseball Raffle  Tickets���1972   _._..  Equipment Sales   Mobite Concession   Girls Sports _..__   Total Income ,   EXPENSES:  Operating Expense    Hall TExpense _____   Publicity Expense   Special Events Expense  Miscellaneous Expense  Baseball  $  872.50  $1,169.00  291.00  1,500.00  283.98  158.00  3.72  428.37  35.74  13493  34.00  MISS Bee now has Birthday Candles to  suit all cakes���unicolored, multicolored, spirals, from 1% inches to 3 inches  long. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  'I  . $4,038.74  $4,911.24  $ 287.57  17.86  115:95  75.58  81.38  $2,627.52  Less     384.00 2,243.52  Softball   ____..$ 545.86  Less      173.00    372.86  Swimming $1,279.82  -������--���--------r --nrv-n-i_vv>__nnnnn_ nnniuuinn  Eoberte Creek  General #tore  Special:  FRESH GROUND  COFFEE  87c Ib.  Less   1,234.00 45.82  pires,..referees, parents and e��j>6cially the .^Spccgr,,___i.__r:j_^,^_- t 210.69  behind'; the scenes 7w&kers. : v Tennis . :__3il_-:_ :' 203.26  The; job of'expainsion and improve-    Carpet Bowling"__j ''' "81.25  ment has  been made, easier  with the    Sabot Sailing Club  10.00  willing assistance of so many. However,    Umpires. Equipment __ 59.48  our job will never  be completed  and    Baseball Raffle  therefore we ask for your coontinued Tickets���1973  200.00  support even if it is only by buying a    Total Expenses  $4,005.22  family membership. Balance���March 31, 1973  $ 906.02  8'x2<y DOCK KIT - Complete  will carry 4,400 lbs.  ���   $496   Plus taxes���,?���.-.������_  Price increase due lo rapidly rising lumber costs.  LIGHTWEIGHT RAMPS:  ��� 32' Aluminum c/w Plywood Decking ��� 30" wide ��� $565.00  ��� Lightweight all welded construction ��� bring in for winter  ��� Corrosion Resistant -���long life, built in B.C. to suit B.C.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  P.O. Box 24  = DISTRIBUTORS ,  GARDEN BAY        883-2671  or 434-9158  *s/////////////////////^^^  __V 3  ���h..   ~**   �����������  It1 *v,*>\   ������  ��� ���'  A-  ....   . >    I, :       :*.!  i fry- ���. ^s^^-cif *  ':&&$.  :_-_��&$  M  ''��� , :7V Uii ��  r/>.' - !  ���. *_ ��� i"  MADEIRA PARK harbor Is plcturod  from the front tho ranger station.  Ranger Ken Noi. fchrup warns that fire  season hsas started and fire hazard  rating is low but with continued dry  spells the hazard is sure to rise particularly If there are any winds.  MIGHTY MITES  | Classified AdBrlofs reach more than  2,500 homes overy week.  i)so   them   for   steady,   low-cost  I advertising to talk to 10,000 people! ��  THE TIMES  -SS-MS . -r 0SB.2��1S (5e-f.eJt)  e@d-2.21 ttMbatm)  Pioneer makes  listefltag easier with the  1_-_��&rXAr *___r_^_r*'S Completely now mu/flermakoa  ,"Eany-Arc.' goln you going with the  -anient two-llngor pull. Aulomatlo  chain oiling. Ughlwolght. Wldo-  opacod handlen for bolt'or balance,  more lovorqgo.  mahiing thinga easier  /jytADCiRA MARINA  AT PENDER HARBOUR  PHONE 003-2266  1308  Viscoiwf  ftieSecrdof  Golden OtikJlgaf  Now brewed under licence In British Columbia.      >  DREI KRONEN BRAUEREI (1;30J.) LTP.  A  ���\:. GLADYS LEGH counts out some of used to finance the 'Sunshine Coast particularly appreciated this year,  the 5000 seed packages that will be Retarded Children's Association, since the association intends to ex-  mailed to Peninsula residents duiang Mrs. Legh, teacher at the assbcaa- tend thek premises to provide addi-  "Howers of Hope" week. Donations turn's sunshine classroom in Gibsons, tional facilities *-or local retarded  seirt in retura for the seeds will be told ra  The Peninsula Times Pago A-0  Wednesday, May 16, 1973  From ihe pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Churcb  THOUSANDS of yeora ago in the Gordon  of Eden the devil came along and tempted our first' parente, Adorn ond Eve.  Part ot his subtle presentation was to suggest to them that'It they ate of a certain  treo they would "be like God". Man Hat-  encd to tho devil and dlnobeyed God.  From thin Incident right up until the  present mankind has disregarded God,  dismissing any Idea that wo need Him,  Wo believed Satan's Ho and now feel we  can make It on our own. Who necda God?  I can cut it apart from God wo aoy. The  story of everyone's lite is a continual  attempt to invent some sort of happiness,  nnd satisfaction outside God. But It doea  not work.   7  Tho reason it can never succeed la  that God made us. Ho created us In such  a way we cannot ty> happy without Him.  A car la made to run on fuel, and w_  were mado to 'run on God'. Only by returning to Him through Jesus Christ will  your aonreh for meaning and contentment  \ bo over, /  DONATIONS ARE badly needed to urges t*eninsuia residents to send A  help the Sunshine   Coast Retarded small contribution when    they  re-  Children's Association help retarded ceive their packe/t of seeds during  children such as   Odette Turynok, "Flowers of Hope" week,  left, and Anne David. Tho association  TYEE AIRWAYS LTD.  PORPOISE PAY ROAD, BOX 640, SECHELT, B.C.  MAY DAY WEEKEND  EXTRA FLIGHTS.  NaiMimo to Vancouwer  # EXCURSION FARES AVAILABLE  FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS:  9KHELT   '-< VANCOUVER''   NANA!  005-2214 685-4927 753-2041  One  touch   of  weather    makes  tho  whole world kin. ,  Kb  mmmimmaiim  .-  m  'iliSy-^fe^Kii  ���X'7",  V  ��� ��� 77'     V ���'  ''������i'\  SEE HOW LOW  OUR PRICES GO !  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FUJI FILM  For Color Prints  126-12  WESTERN'S  PRICE  ^* PANTY HOSE  'Aurora'  ONE SIZE FITS AIL  All sheer to the Top  Beige or Spice  WESTERN'S PRICE  pr. for  CREME FORMULA  BY CLAIROL  The Natural-looking Haircoloring  Choose from assorted shades  FINAL NET  Holds 3 times longer  than the leading hair  spray ��� 8 oz.  Clairbl  Mfg. Sugg.  Ust 2.50  WESTERN'S  PRICE   THONGS  CHILDREN'S  WESTERN'S PRICE  LADIES'  WESTERN'S PRICE  USER'S  WESTERN'S PRICE  . I     .  \      V  !���        \- K5��*"3 \; '*-\ Pog�� A-io  ������_;.;. I  ?.-���  '.  ���I:-!  I'l  The Peninsula Times  Wednesdoy, May 16f 1973  HOMELITE  CHAIN SAWS  PERFECT FOR HOME,  COTTAGE OR FARM  A BUNCH of the boys were gathered  at Powell River recently to discuss  a number of things with a couple of  elected officials���namely Premier  Dave Barrett, centre, and Don Lock  stead, MLA, second right. Gilbert  Joe of Sechelt seems to have the  premier's ear while Chief Henry  Paull of the Sechelt Indian band,  left, and John McNevin, of Hopkins  Landing look on. McNevin is secretary of the NDP Mackenzie consti-  tueitcy association. Powell River was  one stop in Barrett's barnstorming,  grass-roots tour of British Columbia.  Administrator addressed group  Hospi  tea s  by Pender Harbour auxiliary  Homelito  XL 2  $119.95  3 used Mcculloch  chain saws .. .  First come���first served  2 for $75.00 ea.  1 - 30" Bar $135.00  A.c.RBrrM$&  BimOING SUPPLY LTD.  Madeira Park  885-2585  By Mrs. JEAN WHITTAKER  PENDER HARBOUR ���On   a bright  though cool M. y afternoon'the Pender  Ha-bour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  hosted a Hospital Week Tea. Primary  purpose was to let the visitors know  what the local auxiliary does, and. to  give an insight into how it operates.  There were 27- members present and 18  guests  The business portion^ of the meeting  was kept as brief as possible and was  just finished when the invited guest arrived���Mrs. Ellen Bragg, who is the hospital administrator at St. Mary's. Shfe  spoke of the work being done at the  hospital and was high in her praise of  the substantial assistance provided by  the local auxiliaries in the form of funds  to purchase extra and important pieces  of equipment for,,the hospital.  Mrs. Bragg assured us that for its size  our hospital is extremely well equipped.  She spoke among other things of new  advances in keeping patient records and  of the benefit of such records to the  welfare of the patients.  Mrs. Bragg received her initial train-  Zroolwear for ^Jimber  T  PREPARE YOUR FEET  FOR THE LONG WEEKEND  AHEAD ...  �� Complete Stock of  Summer Footwear  �� Reasonably Priced  Children's Shoes  W1GARITS  SHOE STORE  Sechelt��� 885-9345  li you are >  BUYING OH BUILDING A HOME  see  FENPEH HARBOUR CREW? UNION  I for Mortgage Funds.  FIRST MORTGAGES:  ~10f4% per annum  -Life Insured (where eligible) up to $10,000  -Up to 20 years to repay  -Up to 50% of appraised value or purchase price  -Prepayment without bonus or penalty  i  ^CONTACT US NOW ��� . .  PENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  Madeira Park, B.C. Tel.: 883-2236  ing in nursing in Vancouver and has an  impressive list of accomplishments in .  various nursing fields. She and her husband now make their home at Middle-  point, so we can claim her as a member  of our community.  A number of lap-robes for the< use  of patients in the extended-care unit at  the hospital were presented to Mrs.  Bragg. Tliey were colorful and attractive  and indicated hours of deciated work by  our members. Mrs. Bragg received them  with admiration and enthusiasm, as she  did the news that this auxiliary is donating a garden swing with canopy' for  the use of extended-care patients in the  hospital garden; which is being improved  to provide an attractive outdoor area  for those patients who are able to go  outside.       .  :���; .Mrs. Isobel Gooldrup moved: a vote of  ��thanks to Mrs. Bragg for her interesting  and informative talk.  Saturday, May 12 was hospital day���  the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's  birth. The day is designated to honor  all volunteer workers for our hospitals  ���among these: auxiliary members, candy  stripers and gift shop workers. There are  116 hospital auxiliaries in B.C. with, a  membership of over seven thousand.  The tea was arranged by Mrs. Doreen  Webb with the assistance of the regular  social committee, Mrs. Islington and Mrs.  Cameron, and a group of other members.  The tables were most attractive and the  food delicious.  Among those present were noted three  past presidents: Mrs. Jean Sladey, Mrs.  Joy Philp, and Mrs. Isobel Gooldrup.  Mrs. Sladey's mother, Mrs. Lil Murdoch, was there, reviewing old acquaintances, as she lived in the Harbor for  many years. She remarked on how the  auxiliary had grown since she was a  member. It was nice to see Mrs. Carry!  Can^eron, a member of long-standing,  but one who could not be a regular attendant during her long years of teaching.  Various members introduced visitors they  had brought with them. Mrs. Ed. Whi-  taker, a new resident jin the Harbour, did  not come as anyone's guest but brought  herself and as well, became a new member. Her former home was in Colorado.  The tea did provide us with a nice  bonus, five new members. In addition  to Mrs. Whltaker, the following guests  also joined and we welcome their interest:  Mrs.. Bernice Lawson, Mrs. Irene Temple, Mrs. Elsie Richards and Mrs. Florence  Barclay.  With inference to the business portion of the meeting. The first prize for  the carnival raffle, $50, was again donated by an anonymous friend of the  auxiliary. The third prize was purchased  at tho new hardware store with donated  ��� money. There was not quite sufficient  money to purchase the desired prize and  the new owner graciously donated the  difference.  Wednesday is ordinarily the day when  Pender Harbour volunteers work at the  hospital, Happily, the Sechelt auxiliary  volunteers were eager to exchange days  this month as they wanted to go to tho  We are in the market for  SHINGLE & SHAKE  BOLTS  ��� UP TO $110.00 PER CORD  ��� OVER 5 CORDS PICKED UP  ��� CASH FOR EVERY LOAD  ���_  Ask of D. Wood or:  INTERNATIONAL SHAKES LTD.  2855 Comox Rood, Courtenoy/Ph. 339-3906  J  Use 'Times? Adbriels to Sell Bent, Buy. Swap, etc  IMMEDIATELY  THE GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINIC  WISHES TO ANNOUNCE A NEW TELEPHONE  NUMBER FOR USE FOR URGENT CALLS  -between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. and on Sundays & Holidays  886-7311  ' During Regular Office Hours 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ' ���'���  (Monday to Saturday)  Please phone 886-2221 for appointments etc.  i���wwimmmiimmi���tMMmwm���i^mmim*i��n*i>iin*Am*>*mi*ii**iiviiit>i*im>*t*iiv*itv***i*v**vv**mAMM**��i*tm*Aii  hospital meeting being held at the Vancouver General Hospital on Thursday,  May 10. Our ladies were thus able to  attend the.tea and appreciate this friendly  exchange. " "  Discussion of the summer Fishing  Derby will take place at the June meeting. Donated prizes would be received  with thanks. More lap robes are needed.  They should be at least 40"x46" and can  be either crocheted or knitted. Mrs. Marj.  Rankin can give more information to  anyone needing it. Old knitted garments '  that 'are in good condition and can be  successfully ripped and re-worked are an  acceptable source of yarn. Remember the  Mini Thrift Shop on the Sunshine Coast  Highway at the sign.of the cannon. There  is a constant demand for articles to purchase.  ���7;, At the tea, a table was set up displaying articles already inade for the handicraft committee. A number of articles  were purchased by those present.   ��  A sincere thanks to those who came  and to those who helped. The next regular meeting will be held on Wednesday,  June 13.  Top examiner grades  area music students  MUSIC  students    of  Pender    Harbour,  Halfmoon Bay and Sechelt were fortunate in having Mrs. Phyllis Schuldt,  senior instructor from the Department of  Music at the University of B.C. come here  to give graded assessment in different  grades according to the Toronto Conservatory, for which , she is also senior examiner.  Piano, Grade 1, pass: Sharon Hall,  Denise Remmen, Kelly Held, Sharon Nelson.  Honors: Virginia Cunningham, Wendy  Thompson, ,Gail Thomas. First class  honors: Jimmy De Hart.  Grade IH pass: Linda Christian, Karen Morrison, Donald Dombroskl, Kelly  Morrison. First class honors: Karl Nielsen.  Piano grade V pass: Martina Phillips.  Honors: Bonnie Janiewick. First class  honors: Earl AntiHa.  Piano grade C pass: Mary Cameron.  Piano grade VIII, honors: Judy Parish.  Singing, grade 1, first class honors:  Louise Murphy. Grade 8 honors: Delrdre  Murphy.  Guitar, grade 1, first class honors,  Karin Paetkau. Grade 2 first class honors, Lance Parish. Pass: Caroline News-  ham. Grade 3 honors, Virginia Cunningham.  "Well done I This represents a lot of  perseverance, study, memory work nnd  gives great satisfaction to have reached  another plateau, nnd arc ready to scale  to the next height," said Mrs. Schuldt.  ^Tult djlnlna-cJLounae Jmatllltle&  DINNER SERVED 6:00 P.M. TO 9:30 P.M.  *      WE ALSO CATER TO BANQUETS  PARTIES. MEETINGS, ETC.  MOORAGE FACILITIES  Secret Cove, B.C.  Phono for reservation 885-9998  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: Mary and Don Macdonald  MMtww��nMM>iMfHwwin��wwwwM_<w��H>innmt_niiMW��ww  *A*i>*i��aA*��>*imAimAi��&mnmivnw*w*w*wn��iiimntwwmi  for Business  On Tuesday, May 22nd, one of representatives  Mr. T. W. GRAHAM,  will be at  Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons, 9:00-11:30 a.m.  Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt, 1:00-3:00 p.m.  Tel: 886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561 (Sechelt)  Thousands of enterprises in Canada have  obtained loans from IDB to acquire land,  buildings, or machinery/to supplement  working capital) to start a new business;  or for other sound business purposes.  If you noeci financing for a business propositi  find aro unable to obtain it olsnwhoro on  reasonable terms and conditions, poi���'Maps'  IDB can help you,  After a little experience, a mart realizes he can go to bed nt midnight nnd  seldom miss anything.  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More  ras moms and bids play and learn 4; Diane Snider, Jordan Snider, 2; children are welcome,  together. In this picture, from left Laureh Sheridan, Jason Sheridan, 1;  How do I do it? asks this llttlo tyko while his pal shows how.  MORE ABOUT. ..  ��� School taxes  ���from page A-l  opened the forum by outlining the public's role in education.  There are many views on the best  educational system* he said, but in the  final analysis, it must be the school  board which makes the decisions since  they are responsible to the taxpayers.  He noted that the"'.local board had set  up a district education committee to look  into alternative educational procedures  and to bring the general public more into  the decision-making process.  Mrs. McClurg said that her district,  Surrey, was making the transition from  a rural to an urban immunity, "so we  share many problems with this area."  One of the most pressing areas of concern, she felt, was "the lack of interest  in education shown by the public.  "The PTA movement has recognized  that it's dying and they want a group to^  replace them."  Citizen's education forums could take  over the role, she felt.  Describing the Surrey forum, she said:  "It's a very  informal organization.  People are tired of long, boring meetings  with presidents and secretaries.  "We have a cooidin��tai_ __hb calls the  meetings, ���aiid75tHev SchbblWard provides^  paper and accommodation.  "When we see the school bo^^fking  heecT of our suggestions, we feel it's  worthwhile." 7  Mrs. McClurg said school boards were  elected to make the decisions, "but they  need input, from the forum and from  teachers."  She felt is was wrong for a school  board, to  feel   threatened   by   teachers.  "They should work together, and learn  ���from each other.  "School boards have to get down from  their ivory towers. They often seem very  far removed from the people they were  elected to serve.  A yOung mother in the audience  stressed the need for advice to women  interested in starting nursery schools.  "We started one, but we need advice  on how to run it, she said, noting that  children   learn faster  at nursery school  ' level  than at any  other time in their  lives. t  Mrs. McClurg agreed on the importance of nursery schools, and felt information should be made available on how  ,best to operate them.  "Also," she sold, "learning disabilities  can be diagnosed more easily at nursery  school age."  _iyH��__^m?*~*v   *^$__.  *_  Tammy Crossman, 5, has found lots to keep her busy at the school.  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Res. 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd. - Ben Jacobean Motors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  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MCKER  DOCTOR OP OPTOMETRY  has opened an office In Sechelt, kitty corner to the Shopping  Centre and will be there on Mondays (except holidays). He  will continue to go to Gibsons Wednesdays.  Telephone: Sechelt 885-9712; Gibsono 886-2248  Both offices will be closed for the month of July.  A land where waves pound down  on long beaches.  A land of deep green forests filled with fish  and game. And silence.  A land of mountains that disappear  Into the sea.  A land of clean cities and clear air,  A land of valleys full of friendly faces  and warm handshakes. A land where  fresh fruit ripens In warm summer sun.  A land of highways  and backroads that beckon.  A land where history still lives with  today's way of life.  A land that offers to those fortunate enough  to live here, the qualities of life that  tourists travel miles to experience.  In a world that's being clvillwd out of It s  senses, come back to yours this summer.  Take the time to look around you.  At ft land to love. To be part of.  To be proud of.  Your land ... British Columbia.  See it this Summer.  For rnoro travel Infonrantlon, visit nny British Columbln Infomnntlon Ccptr., or write:  British Columbln Deportment o( Travel Industry, 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C.  I  DTi.a-fioo-n  i. ���   ; V   '
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Wodnesday, Moy 16, 1973
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Edited by Joan Procter — M 6-2073'
Strait talk
..  —_ by Joan Proctor
'«YOU'RE never fcome," \I said to
my husband the other day.
"Well, in Hie newspaper business
I can't be," he said sternly. "After
all, I have to he where Hie news is
being made, and there's not a heck
of a lot of action around hete is
there? Besides, I am around home
quite often."
"Oh sure," I continued, "you do
call in once in awhile to change your
typewriter ribbon! Man, this is where
It's all happening. I'll bet there's
enough going on in this house in one
day to fill the entire front sectoon
qi your paper. Take yesterday for
"To begin with, the baby unwound
an entire roll of toilet tissue and ran
down the hall with it, he put a stick-
on floor tile on the seat of your favorite' easy chair and he cleaned out
the fireplace with the garden hosei
There's more, too.
"Your eldest fell while playing
ball and fractured his collar bone,
was bitten by a dog while doing his
paper .route, and got stung three
times by a gang of itinerant wasps
while enroute to the hospital for a
tetanus shot.
"Then, your daughter got bubble
gum in her hair, found her lunch kit
containing a thermos of milk which
had been lost for a week; and she
traded your stamp collection to a^ LOOKING OVER papers i__3orm_ng   summer are Yettk Lees, left and   __,  ,.
kjd for a twinkie and a bag of .mar--^tfiem 0f ifie OwM-iturSties for Youth   Nancy Walinder. The group, headed   panying articje.
°.;,___        .       _.,_   *.    _. , «T i.^ grant to operate a crafts festival this   by the pair, was awarded   nearly
"Did you know the brush fell off   "
my vacuum cleaner again, and the    EnCTDiea by OFY grant , . ,.
belt is inside the motor? The washer       V 7 —— '...
is making weird clanking noises and
one of the kids spilled a can of paint
remover on our newly french- polished table. Also,...."
But he was gone. A note on the
typewriter read, "have gone to cover
village council meeting." - ' "
qi*_i_-up work
is appreciated
SECHELT—S. chelt .and District ^Chamber  of  CommerceN will  pay  Wilson
Creek Venturers $25 for cleaning up .the
beach-at Wilson Creek. ,   -""-
Lew Baldwin, who was in charge of
the clean-up program for the chamber,
commented on the-boys' work and said
'the group spent one whole day cleaning
the beach from Mission Creek to JDavis
Bay wharf. Many items were burned and
others were hauled away,.he said.
The group has been newly formed, said-
Baldwin, and has recently opened a bank
The RCMP marine division at Pender
Harbour will not be moved, President
Morgan Thompson reported toi the executive members of the chamber, although
duties will be reduced.
The chamber will write the deputy
minister of recreation to see if funds axe
available to hire a high school student to
work in the tourist booth during the
summer. The government has indicated
that $20 million is available to hire students and welfare recipients in the recently announced summer work .program.
Treasurer Ann Martin repored that 40
members of the chamber have not yet
paid their $10 dues yet. Due date was
Feb. 28.
Wharf Road - Sachsfe - 885-9066
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Hallmaifc*Coutts card* -and- wrappings.
. int English , china cups and Mii-tn.
Boutique itenw. local artists paintings.
g|;   Sechelt- Legion Branch 140
New Legion Hall, Sechelt
AT 8 P.M.
JACKPOT $200 s
$10 Door Prize
,500 for the program. See accom-
C-rdfts festival slated for entire
Sunshine Goast during summer months
Kay Wells featured
at Art Gallery shop
SECHELT—The  Arts   Graft   Shop   will
present a showing, of the work of the
popular artist, Mrs. Kay Wells, who for
some 10 years was a successful night
school teacher at Gibsons.
Well known for her lovely pastel
florals, samples of which will be in this
show, Mrs. Wells has recently been showing in such Vancouver galleries, as the
Chilco and Buchanhan. Her landscapes in
oil have also won success in the Danish
Gallery and at Woodwards. She is presently to show in Sechelt some of her
work in this medium. Especially delightful are old barn in tones of greys, a
seascape of Roberts Creek from her garden, and one of the old church on the
The show will open Wednesday, May
16 and run until Saturday, the 26.
Also, the Art Gallery shop will begin
the summer season by opening Tuesdays
from 12 to 3 commencing Tuesday, May
A GROUP of Sunshine Coast residents
will conduct a craft festival, following
the .awarding of $8,480 Opportunities for
Youth grant
Members of the group include Yetta
Lees, Nancy Wallinder and Barbara Lees.
Known as the Sunshine Coast Craft
Fair,' a series of workshops for children
and adults and sale of crafts'will be featured: ■•  '  ■■"■■•■,   ■- ■"..-.   7,     7.7
"The program has intentionally been
left very flexible to allow for maximum
public response and request," Mrs. Lees
told The Times.
"Our plan is to conduct a multi-media
workshop for children one day a week
in Gibsons, Sechelt and Pender Harbour
respectively, for a period of eight weeks
(July 2-August 25).
"The aim of these sessions is to introduce children to a wide variety of craft
techniques and to help them explore their
own creativity. Although the children
will be able to get involved' in on-going
projects, the workshops will be structured such that any child can participate for
as many sessions as he wants."    ,
For adults (this includes teenagers),
a number of workshops will be conducted in as many as possible of the
following fields:
Drawing, painting, drama, stitchery,
pottery, batik, weaving, music, metal-
work, leatherwork, blockprinting, silk-
screening, spinning, dyeing, sculpture,
The format for the workshops will
vary depending on the needs and desires
of the participants. For instance, they
may be held one morning or one evening a week for eight weeks, or concentrated into a one-day session, three-day
sessions, or five evenings in one week,
or whatever may be indicated by the
response Of the public and the availability
of the instructors.
The craft sale will be held in a central location in Gibsons and will be open
at least every Saturday and Sunday from
June 30-Sept. 2, with additional hours
as the demand increases. This, will provide an opportunity for local craftsmen
to display and sell their work to residents of the area and visitors to the peninsula, as well as providing an opportunity
for these craftsmen to meet with and
exchange Ideas and inspiration with
craftsmen from other parts of the province.
In order to make the Sunshine Coast
Craft Fair a success, the organizers said
they: will need lots of immediate response
from anyone interested.
"Please let us know what your
thoughts are, however unformulated they
may be, as soon as possible. We will be
setting up a schedule according to the
response we receive. Write to Box 903,
Gibsons," they'told The Times. .'%
$55 to hospital fund
SECHELT—Sechelt Garden Club, at its
May meeting, expressed appreciation
to the Sunshine Coast Arts Council for
its help and display of paintings at the
spring flower show at St. Hilda's Hall.
Door proceeds of $55 from the silver
collection was presented to St. Mary's
Hospital for the ground beautification
program, ,said Janet Allen, garden club
The club will make a donation to the
SPCA in memory of Alice French who
died recently.
The garden club will have a float in
the Sechelt Timber Days parade May
21. Members and non-members who have
flowers to donate are requested to have
them at the Sechelt Home service station
by 1 p.m. on May 20.
John McLeod of Selma Park gave an
interesting slide show- and talk including
views of the Kenkenhot gardens and the
flower parades of Holland and exotic
flowers, trees and shrubs of Hawaii. Mr.
MacLeod took the pictures during his
trips abroad. Refreshments .were served
by Ann.Himmel.
Next general meeting will be Wednesday, June 6, 8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall.
Thur. to Sun., May 17-20, 0:00 p.m.
Saturday Marine-, May 19, 2:00 p.m.
WINNERS IN THE Sechelt Timber
Days poster contest wcro Lea Eberlo,
12, grade 7 student at Sechelt Elementary School whoso poster is holing held by ShoHcy Scales. Boto
Scales, pwbHclty chairman for tho
Timber ways, is holding runner-up
Debbie Nestman'fl poster. DobMo,
13, la a grade 7 student at Sechelt
Elementary. First junior winner was
Bobby Wllwm, 0, Italfmoon Bay Elementary and Intermedia.- winner
was Sherry Jorgenson, 9, a grade 3
student at Holfmoon Bay school. Jjoa
won $10 first prize; DebWo $7.50
second prize ami the others won
cash awards. 'Hie posters «re being
displayed throughout (he community
thla week.
Double Horror
Warr.lr.Q: Parents, could bo very disturbing
to children.
Sunday, May 20th, 11:00 p.m.
Doublo Feature
Peter Seller* and Goldlo Hawn
Warning: Some Swoarlnfl and Coarse
Mond. to Wed., May 21-23, OiOO p.m.
v'       FOOD
Thursday, Friday
May 17,18, 19
Gov't'. Inspected Canada Grade "A" Beef
5 for 69c
1'lb. pkg.
89c lb.
29c lb.
White Spina
7*   . .'■'■■■:
29c ea*
Gov't Inspected
69c Ib.
California Now Whites
5 lbs. 59c
Gov't. Impeded Canada Grade "A" Beef
IN    $
29 l
Economy 25 oz. ' — T    R    Q%P
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Tomato Juice »~__  4/99°
Mazola Oil " 19°
Tea Bags
Kodan a.
100*» ...
6 ox. assorted 	
Garbage Bags
I Heinz Relish
Hot Dog, Baribocue,
flagular, 12-©*	
Meaf Mess «k?^ *•*" 4/1.00
Wo reserve the right to limit quantities A'^A^'A-AAA-AiA:  ^X-^-X^  'A, :;AA':-^A.:.],...  '.           -'*  >  >'.7'.. .''��� '������.'.-,���.''". v.: '  HANDICRAFTS  ��� POSTERS  ��� BLACK LIGHTS  ____M_--_I____I���-���______���----_----���-MHMW-^^  LEATHER WORK 81 HANDICRAFTS WANTED  -j-_-_raf_Ws__---Wli->l-->---^  Etal Block, Gibsons (next to Co-op)  ALBERTA INDIANS visiting the Sechelt Indian band to see how things  are done on the coast, paused briefly  for theirvpicture in the band council  office. T_u_ Indians are Sarce.s  whose reserve is near Calgary, Seated from left are: Pat Runner, Pat  Whitney, welfare adniinistrator;  Regena Orowchild, councillor; Diana  Starlight and Beverly Runner. Stand-  in from left: Reg Onespot, economic  development officer; Sidney Starlight, band administrator; Robert  Dodginghorse, band manager; Tom  Runner, councillor; Bruce Starlight,  community development officer;  Colin Springchief, land admini-trator  for Indian affairs brand); Father  Fitzgerald, priest at the residential  school and Chief Henry Paul! of the  Sechelt band. _  Looking over iacilites . _ .  The Peninsula^7^^  m    ..       _. ��_..___   .  .     11       ���<   ���*__ _. ��� 1 __.____.   _ a  Section B  Wednesday, Moy 16, 1973  Pages 1-8  THERE WERE NO injuries when tMs naby, was bound for Pender Har-  loaded gravel.truck overturned at bour, when mechanical failure caus-  Trout Lake   Friday. The   vehicle, ed the vehicle to turn over,  driven by David A. Wendland, Bur-  s5t���t_*<flJsS__H,  Lb  SPE  e& m    _���  585.00  THE BOAT:  14' Smokercraft- Vega Aluminum Runabout  THE MOTOR: . __ __  73 Mercury 20 h.p. with Thunderbolt Ignition      OOOellO  THE TRAILER: ���_ .���  Deluxe Heavy Duty Calkins Trailer ....        ^W^oWW  mmmmm*mm��mmmmmt*0���*********  REGULAR PRICE    1644*00  Special Price for Complete Package  READY. OR. THE-WATER  Now Only $1550.00  ;. , - -��___ '3C%tf_rfCi��f   ... __ ......id  CHAIN SAW CENTRE LTD.  , @85r9626  Alberta Indians visit  Sechelt band council  SECHELT���Visiting Sechelt    last week  were a group of Sarcee Indians from  near Calgary, Alberta, to look over coastal Indian facilities. - v       ''.'.  yThe visit is st result of visits by Sechelt band manager Clarence Joe7 and  band council members.  Alberta Indians' are treaty ��� Indians  and the 510 Sarcees live on a 70,000  acre reserve near Calgary, said Bruce  Starlight, community development officer  with the.band.  Although Sarcees are few in number,  each of them is a potential millionaire  considering the value of their land. Starlight told The Times., Following an appraisal of the land two years ago, each  Sarcee, if the land could have been sold  and the money divided between members,  would, have received about. $1 million.  However, the federal government will,not  allow treaty Indians to sell their reserves,  he added.  lake Sechelt Indians, Sarcees derive  a large source of their ^ income from  leases, except the leases are of an agricultural nature. The Sechelt band's main  reserve is only about 500 acres.  Other funds '(about $40,000 yearly)  come from a producing gas well and  some money is derived from a pipe line  running through the reserve, said Starlight. The band is considering other developments including housing, shopping  and industrial leases.  Starlight said that the band fund is  $800,000 and their budget, this year, is  $400,000.  "' Sarcees were originally part of the  Beaver Indians in northern Alberta and  Starlight recounted a legend about when  the band broke off from the main branch.  There was a frozen lake in the north  and a horn was sticking through the ice.  Pender plans  busy May Day  PENDER HARBOURr-Pirst event in the  Pender Harbour May Day festivities  was held Saturday with a children's fishing derby. Following are the winners:  Most unusual fish was sea anemone  caught by Wayne Newcombe; most fish  caught by a boy was Allen Siglitz with  three; Lcanne Clay catching four fish  took highest total for the girls.  Monty Reid caught the smallest fish  in the boys competition. It weighed in at  two ounces. Winning the girl's smallest  was Leannc Clay with a OWi ounce catch;  boys largest catch was 10% ounces going  to Kevin Newcombe; girls largest went to  Selina Kammerle who, with a 20 ouncer,  topped the scales for the derby.  Kevin ond Selina each received a  trophy award of $9 and cash prizes were  awarded to other winners.  Conclusion of the festivities will be  held Saturday nnd Sunday. There will bo  a merry-go-round, dunk tank, dartfl and  balloon game^, Wngo and horseback riding. A concession stand will also be operating.  Following la the two-day schedule:  SATURDAY 1  0 a.m. Lions pancake brcakfpst;  11 a.m. May Day parade lines up at  tho school; /  Noon���Crowning of May queen at the  school;  1:30 p.m. Junior Soap Box derby;  2:30 p.m. Senior Boap box derby;  B p.m. Senior noftbnll;  9 p.m.-1:30 Senior dance.  SUNDAY  10 a.m. Airplane rides from government wharf;  1:30 p.m. Sportn events;  R p.m. Junior noftball;  7-0 p.m. Junior dance at community  hall.  A child saw the horn and wanted it. A  mother starting chipping . and breaking  away the ice and others, on the south  side, began to help as well.  Suddenly, a huge animal broke  through the ice and split the two bands.  The Sarcees were unable to join their  brothers because of the broken ice and  so moved south while the Beaver tribe  remained in the north, as it is to this  day. \ ������''".' ���  Sarcee is a Blackfoot word meaning  "not good," said Starlight  He said the name was derived from  the fact that although the. Sarcees affiliated with other tribes for protection,  they did not have anything to do with  them socially.  Breaking off from Sarcees were Navajo and Apache Indians who travelled farther south to the desert. "Their dialects  are similar to ours," Starlight told The  Times.  Following their visit in Sechelt, the  Sarcees visited Capilano and other bands  on the mainland.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS:  NOTIGE  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  EFFECTIVE-IMMEDIATELY  Effective immediately sprinkling restrictions are.imposed on all  users from the Municipal water system as follows:���  1. ODD NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, ond NORTH,  SHAW and PRATT ROADS, may sprinkle on:  odd calendar dates from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  2. EVEN NUMBERED PROPERTIES IN THE VILLAGE, HENRY ROAD,  REID ROAD, and SECHELT HIGHWAY, may sprinkle on:  even calendar dates from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  ALL SPRINKLERS MUST BE TURNED OFF IF ANY  FIRE SIREN IS SOUNDED.  May 15, 1973  Gibsons, B.C.  7.    ���:������.���   .7;V..i.-..  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  ___________  -'���me  ; .;tm.. 1... ���  ,y_',     v ,        ^    %    '    *' n  ��� * v_ _-y��-_>����*    ���.  >wSSStf^'\v v ' '   v*��  ������  _���_*  Blake C. Aldereon D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  P-Sl Off lea StalMlMs 8.��_��H  Ph*M 003-_-JB  1  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 em - 9i19< pm        10 em - 2.30 pm,  ��  T  Ho opened up ihe north with baling wire, canvas and courage���  and maybe tho thought of Old^tyle Beer waiting when he made  It back home. Old Style has logged a lot of miles and quenched  a lot of thirsts since way-back-then; and It tastes just as good  today, Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men Who appreciate  the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try It.  Old Stl|IC OLOW-DREWnD AND HATUnAaY AQ-D.  \ I   ��� ^ x\.  \ J  ��� I I  I  JA       !    ���  \      V  '        _  I   /  ,  \  - .'V  Gordon Hell family enjoyed tho fruits (or pancake.) of all this labor.  MOTHERS GET the treat, dad pays Club mothers' day pancake break- son of Peninsula Drive-in owner John  .be bill and Lions Club members do fast held Sunday. Frying up bacon Petula who offered his premises free  the work at the annual Sechelt Lions   are Ray Stockwell and Tony Petula,   for the Lions club feast.  PANCAKE   COOK Terry   Rodway  (fishes up another order with bacon  cook Tony Petula in the background.  Owner of the hand in the foreground  is Joe Benner who was also busy  cooking pancakes.  Last chance to  enter contest  FRIDAY, May 18 at 5 p.m. is the deadline to enter The Times' hometown  newspaper contest and a chance to win  $400 and a gold medal.  The Times, in .conjunction with Canadian Community Newspapers Associa-��  tion and Dominion Textile, is sponsoring  a contest encouraging readers to comment  on their hometown newspapers. Suitable  entries will be published in the Peninsula Times and one will be selected to  compete nationally. The national winner  will receive $400 and the gold medal.  In 1971, Mrs. Joan ^uchberry <tf  Granthams Landing won the prize.  The written expression of frank opinion should be at least 250 words but  should not exceed 700. C o py should  be typed on one side of the paper and  double spaced. However, all entries will  be considered.  Object is ito encourage community  newspaper reader, to think about what  their weekly means to them, their families, their lives and their communities  and to set these thoughts in straightforward language.  Polished literary expression is not  sought. The Judges will be interested in  simple, clear exposition that indicates an  awareness by the reader of the role of  the weekly in the community.  Judges will not look for excessively  high praise for the local weekly; they will  study the judgment and understanding  by readers of the function of the weekly.  ����MII��l��ll��>IIWI����ll��WWltW,IIMliW-��HIWMMW_tl>l_WI��M_IIWI��lll<��WW��  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  RUBBER STAMPS  see IHE TIMES  WAITING TABLE is lion Club mem-   good as this group was keeping Neil  ber and incoming president Neil   busy bringing coffee and syrup.  Campbell. Obviously thefood was  Page B-2  The Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, May 16, 1973  S400.00CASH  AND A GOLD MEDAL!  Write a simple, straightforward letter in your own words on the  value and function oi 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 limes and other  Canadian Community Newspaper Association member-papers  across Canada. The first contest was won by a Grantham's  Landing reader.  , -k 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.  frtJFWaTJtJftm  muiitim  ff7Eff��XRiJfSER  fitw-E&ctf&M*  f/ttt?H?lt  ���pep���i  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  Mt_M_a____ii__i--  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 888-28481  [  ' or 886-2161 * ��_v��3. , ,  Pr. T. C. Webb ond Dr. P. R. Wand  are pleased to announce that  Dr.W. Croft  - will be associating with them for the  practice oi General Dentistry.  ta&am  I  Sales  MEUCS:  71 7.5 h.p. $315  71 9.8 h.p. $355  '65 50 h.p. $250  '65 20 h.p. $125  _T1_TO1 __n' flB1-lMw'lM*yrf' ia_i.i_e__W)iiM__i____a____r  EVlNKftfDE:  '65 40 h.p. $475  '65 15 h.p. $110  %M(SP\  COMPLETELY EQUIPPED SERVICE  FACILITIES AMD FULLY QUALIFIED  SERVICE PERSONNEL  ! Service  ���Hi   ir Marine  Ways  Boats up to 60"  * Paint  * Repairs  * Overhauls  * Tune-ups  *Marine  Hardware  it; a.m;.._iri;:__';.ij-i  ARM  Phone 883-2248 1.7-7  ,#^B  ���...'!������.���.'���_ :������'���;'���.!  ��77ip77;  Ililll  lifi  ".:   v'/V'V-    . /     '  ^'M:mX:1-  7:7:: 'V;'7'7'  '&M-AA AAA.  .���'"'7'.���������/. 7;  7-77.7::.;  7y/77.7;7  A^AAjAA-Aa  ���7^7. '.-������'  ���-=;'���': :������-;-"..-v^. '  ::a:a-  :AAA>AaAa::-  A:A  ffi  :"-v'���������.-.  v  ,��"-*-..  \a:  7.;t.  , .  ;::��  *   A  Wednesday, Moy \fi, 1973      . The Peninsula Times Page B 5  ___���  Support UJour cJLocal Chemidt...  Wesfersund  OF  Westersund Chemists  PARKING, SELECTION and value IGA supermarket, the Centre invites  ... these ate only three of th. rea- Peninsula residents to visit the Cen-  sons for checking out the new Pen- tre Hardware and Gift store, Suriny's  der Ha_boi_r   Centre   at Madeira hair boutique and Don Westerlund's  Park. In addition to a 7,500 sq. ft. chemist shop.  New IGA supermarket  offers courtesy and value  PENDER HARBOUR��� Since the early  1920s, -GA supermarkets have estab-r  lished an enviable reputation for combining the friendly, personal service of a  small-town grocery store with the savings  and value associated with large food  chains. /   ' \ ,  Now, Peninsula residents can cash in  oh-:.the best of both worlds' at IGA's  newest location���in Pender Harbour Centre-  Their 7,500 sq. foot store incorporates  the latest concepts, in marketing convenience, including a full-size meat 'department, produce department, frozen  food section and deli*.  An extensive selection of non-food  items is also stocked, ranging from health  and beauty aids to housewares.  Planning of their. Peninsula location  started over a year ago, said an IGA  spokesman.  "We made a very substantial investment based on confidence in the rapid  development of the area," he said. "We  intend to provide year-round shopping  convenience to Peninsula residents."  Quality control is basic to the IGA  philosophy, guaranteeing customers consistently high quality ���Tablerite' meats  and Tablefresh' produce.  All purchases carry a 100 per cent  guarantee of satisfaction, or your money  refunded.  IGA is basically an alliance of retailers and wholesalers, ensuring prices com-  * petitive with the large chains.  The Centre store is managed by a  partnership���Morley Luscombe and Mark  Gilker. Both have been in the retail food  business for over 10 years,  Luscombe gained experience as assistant manager in a chain store over a  period of five years. Gilker was produce  manager in another supermarket for  seven years.  Both are marrired and live in the  Madeira Park area.  Said Morley: "We will serve our  customers on a personal basis, and try to  get away from the non-personal atmosphere of so many chain stores."  Initially, the store will be open from  9.30  a.m.  to 6  p.m.  during  the  week,  with 9 p.m. closing on Fridays.  The store, itself is designed for maximum customer convenience! A pleasantly pastel background combines with  spacious aisles to make IGA .shopping  more a pleasure than a chore. Parking is  provided forf over 70 cars;  Although initial stock has been selected to offer something for everyone, Morley and Mark told The Times they are  open to suggestions on products their  customers would like .to see on the  shelves.  ���:���->��� ism :���:���   \ ������  NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  IN THE NEW  PENDER HARBOUR SHOPPING CENTRE  .7 ���-    ,\ - ' '   ���/   ��� ;   ��� '������      - ���   -   -       '���.-'.  -  COME ON IN  AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND  (Licence for Prespcriptions Pending Late June)  Phone: 883-2245 or 883-2227  BOX 66, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Experienced Clerical Applicants  Welcome!  Mr.   Westersund   regrets   any   inconvenience   caused   by   the  recent (disorganization within his store.  Use 'Times' Adbrieis to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  TAKING A BREAK from stacking   combe. Grand opening of the store  Pender Harbour Centre's IGA super-   is this week,  market is joint-manager Morley Lus-  Eve_ythin? thaft happened  in outboards in the last ten years,  has happened right here.  LOOP-CHARGED CYLINDERS  Evlnrudo'n loop-charrjod  .  cylinder doolpn develops moro  horsepower from loss fuel. Thla  Oyntom allows the engine to run  cooler nt hlohor rpm'o, oonornt-  Inaevon more powor.  PnEBDUn_0ACKBD  PISTON RINQQ  Inorofloeu ennliio llfo ond  improved tuoloconomy.  The higher the combustion  powor, the tighter tho ploton  ring oonlB H'0 oombusllon  chamber. Whon Ihe presouro  reduces, the ring relaxes,  minimizing frloilon.  NBWFIXeO IDLH JBTB TOR  SMOOTHBRIDUNQAND  TROUINQ  NEW aOPBR-BTnONa TRANSOM  IMACKBT WITH PRB-BT TILT LOCK  PULBE-TUNBD. XI.AUOT  dives you more powor on  less fuel without neMltlorml  engine size. Evinrude's  Bophlstloelo <1 double-tuned  ,   oxlmust systom uses the  oxhaust prooouro pulse ol  one cylinder to tune the other.  The fuel-air mixture Is  cleaner, more (jowerlul.  EVINRUDE 05  FIREPOWER ELECTRONIC  CD IGNITION  Quickest, surest starting  thoro Is, Dollvorn up to 40,000  volls to tho sparK plug ��� 260  times fouler nt the firing gap.  Longer plug life. No points  to ad|ust, Smoother Idling lor   "  .trolling end running.  POLLUTION CONTROL  ENQINEEniNQ  We're working to keep our waters  clean, So every 73 Evinrude Is drelnless,  All fuel Is reoyoled Into additional powor,  COMPUTER-SELECTED  LOWER UNIT  Out ol millions of alternatives.  Evinrude's engineers, with the help ol  b oompuler - seleotod the most  efllolont combination of underwntor  shape, gear ratio and propeller  design power-matched for each  outboard In the lino,  Every m��|or advance made In  outboard motor engine*-log In  Ihe last ten yeera h*�� been  pioneered by Evinrude. And we've  . pecketfthem ell Into our 1013  Evinrude loop-charged OS end 00 hp  tnodelq. The result Is compact outboard*  lor unbeatable performance In their  olase, end matohtese reliability for you.  Oee your Evinrude dealer today.  EWIimUDE  first in outboaids  JOINT MANAGER el Pender Harbour Centre's IGA store, Mark Gilker, gained much of his experience as  produce, manager with a nationally-  known food chain before coming to  the Peninsula.  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  ,   For Insurance of oil kinds  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEM   083-2794  �� A prnduol ol Oulhowil M��iln�� 0 .|>OF��llon nl CmihiI* Mil., I�����terlHHough, C.tntil..  M��nii. otui��n ol Kvlnruil* ��nnwn. IiIIm, OMO 01. in Drive ���butm���, L*wn-Dny pawar mowtu Ainnw lhrow��j��, ��ri<l ('Innt . nh��ln mwh.  ddeira Marina  AT PENDER HARBOUR  083-2200  Want to talk  to your MLA ?  DON  LOCKSTEAD  will be at  SECHELT LEGION HALL  May 2), 7t-0 p.m.  ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL, GIBSONS  May 24, 7i-0 p.m.  RO0ERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  May 29, 7:30 p.m.  FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE:  006-7OO1 or 006, 2 .05  warn  *enin<  SALE  THREE DAYS: MAY 16,17  18  SANYO  7 TRANSISTOR RADIO  Operates on batteries or AC household  current, slide rule tuning, $��^Jjg88  large speaker :      *m^  BRISTLE  PAINT BRUSHES  V" to A AC     %M99  to  OLIVE ARTICA  BEVERAGE SET  Textured design, concave shape, 80  oz. pitcher and s|x 17 or. coolers.  Perfect for patio parties. $��**  SPRING SPECIAL ___      _P  SUPERHEALTH  ALUMINUM COOKWARE  Allows1 gentle even heat for maximum  efficiency. Genuine porcelain exterior,  in Harvest Gold, Avocado and Poppy.  6-pce. set Includes I, 2 & **fMI97  3-quart saucepans    __f_g  28.88  '< ';' ������.'.i';:'lr;iV  AAA<>,mm  LAWN UMBRELLA  ENSEMBLE  Touch-a-matlc tilting umbrella complete with white enameled table. 32"  diameter and ground $g^>97  anchor,        Spring Special    3?��  7-SPEED  WARING BLENDER  5-cup   capacity.   Flexi-grip   lid   with  removable measuring cup for adding  while blending. Full year   $*��> 6|fia  , warranty _  ��CP  22-PCE. SOCKET  WRENCH SET  Vi" and %" square drlv . fully drop-  forged sockets and accessories of alloy  steel, hardened and tempered. Triple  chrome plated.  Plastic       $ j| '  storage case      "���  DOUBLE HIBACHI  Priced right, Just In time f,or warm-  woather cookouts, *__|8a  SPRING SPECIAL      -i.  ^ Many More  In-Storo Specials ��� . .  ��( SmporteiE) Giftware   ^ Fishing Tackle at Competitive Prices  hot l^vize:  0*_^_-U_ UiCf   KW ^l_iZ#%E^i��IC  1 to be given awoy each sale day  _iiiuaHnga.i��_)iaii_iriffliaar^^  entve  HARDWARE and GIFTS  Pander Harbour Contro - IVIodoIra Park, B.C.  To I.: 883-9914 - Open Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  \ . VI  A  r   .   ���  ��� ii1  i  .      .\\   ~.  _*��� ���.  V-  thm fta��fa-_jo Times  Wednetdoy. May 16, 1973  E  New Centre chemist shop  to stock mini computers'  PENDER HARBOUR-Don Westersund  - had a yen for the simple country life.  Pender Harbour Centre was looking for  a well-qualified, community-minded  pharmacist to complete its line-up of,  shopping facilities.  Now, they're together, at the start oi;  what promises to be a long and happy  relationship filling the prescription and  -variety requirements of their peninsula  patrons.  Westersund comes to the Centre back"  ed by considerable experience in his  field. He gained his B.Sc in pharmacy at  the University of Alberta and went on  to graduate studies in preparation for his  master's degree, which he gained in 1971.  During his training, the Blackie, Alta.  farmer's son served his apprenticeship  , with Penley Drugs in Calgary and later  worked in the-pharmacy of that city's  general hospital  Westersund gained further practical  experience as part-time dispenser in a  number of retail pharmacies.  "I was working towards my PhD,"  he told The Times, "but I became fed  up with city life and decided to go to  the country. I chose Madeira Park as my  home after travelling across most of  Canada."  Friendly; personal service will be the  keynote in Westersund's  chemist  shop.  "In large pharmacies, customers are  often treated impersonally. I would like  to know all my customers by their-first  name."   ,     , "  In addition to a. complete line of  pharmaceutical products, both prescription' and over-the-counter, Westersund  intends stocking a wide range of variety  products. '' \  "I would like to specialize in electronic mini-calculators and some records and  tapes," he said, stressing that customers'  suggestions will be welcome. "Whatever  our customers want, we'll try and stock,"  _ Ultimately, he foresees Wring a staff  of nine full- and part-time girls to handle  customers' requirements with speed, efficiency and a friendly smile.  !-'-  a-  V  7 a  )/.f':  Gibsons Pentocoatal  Highway & Martin       (  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.  -    Phone q86-7107 <  PASTOR: <#RRY FOSTER  -/.���I.  ��� '        \  y A]  The United Church o.   Canada  SERVICI5  S��. JoHn't United Church - Oovfa. Bor  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.     -  Rob.rtt Cr����k United  xinday Services - 2:30 p.m  . Gibiont United Church  Sunday Services 11:15 a.m.  Mlnistfy'  Rev   Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay Road at Arbutus  Sunday School 10 a.m.      .  Services 11:15 am. & 7 p.m.  Prayer & Bible Study,  Wed.sat 7:30 p.m.      '  PASTOR: Samuel Cossells.  DON WESTERSUND  SUNNY SUGINOBU styles her first  customer, Hazel Charboneau, in  Pender Harbour Centre's hair boutique. On display are the many competition sty__>g trophies Sunny has  won in the high fashion field.  Sunny s Boutique bring haute  coiffure to the Peninsula  pEJH|Bw^\ <.+frH "  .   I  SI       *      *  !_>  _  PENDER HARBOUR-^Haute Coiffure  , has,come to the Peninsula in the petit  form of Sunny Sakae. Suginobu���the attractive proprietix of Miss Sunny's Hair  Boutique in Pender Harboiir Centre.  Her oriental flair for design has resulted in one of the most restful, pleasantly decorated salons on the peninsula.  Sunny's equally notable flair for hair-  styling is attested by some of the most  coveted awards on the competition styling circuit.       "' '  ^  Miss Suginobu trained under Mr.  Mario of Italian Coiffures in Vancouver,  and then gained five year's experience  with Bruno Coiffures in Burnaby.  In 1869, she carried off first place  in the Hairdressers Association of B.C.  preliminary contest The next year, Sunny gained third place in the Association's  overall category.   -  Last, year, she took third place in the  Association's grand championship.  In spite of province-wide recognition  for her high fashion styling achievements,  Sunny told The Times this was mainly a  hobby with her. Sunny's boutique will  cater largely to the busy housewife or  working girl, adapting styles to their  particular personality.  In addition to styling, Sunny intends  carrying a wide range of wigs and hairpieces. She will also be pleased to order  men's wigs, she sai^   .;.. ..... .,,.., ,,.  If customer loyalty is any gaug�� of  ability, Sunny might well point out thai  many of her former Vancouver clients  intend travelling to Peninsula to carry  on their patronage!  High fashion style for that very special  occasion or a quick wash and wear 'do'  to tide you over 'til the weekend���drop  in.at Sunny's Hair Boutique in the new  Pender Harbour Centre and you'll go  back again.  tmm0mm0mm^m*met>iitieim0miieii0i^iieiim0imm0mtmmmemmim  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PL ACE  DON'T MESS FT UP!  mgmimmmemmmmmmiimMMmmi^eMui^mmmmmimtmmiiimmm '  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHUkCH  Pork Road, Gibsons 886.7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School. 0:45 o.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail  S-chd. 886-744.  Family Worship Hour -��� Sunday  Time for Children in the Chbpel  11:15 to 12:15  Prayer and Bible Study, Wednesday 7 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  SUNSHINE COAST LIONS CLUB  ZJhank- VJe  ou     A  To all those who attended our  Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast  and to John Petula at the  Peninsula Dining Lounge who donated his  promises for the occasion.  ���  *.  *:  VOLKER KAEMLING, genial European owner of Pender Harbour Centre's Hardware and Gift store car  ries a full selection of tools end accessories for the man about the  house.  Something for everyone at  Centre Hardware and Gifts  PENDER  HARBOUlt���From    paint    to  palla; from lamps to laundry baskets.  Whatever your homemaking requirements, they're probably in stock at the  Pender Harbour Centre Hardware ilind  Gift Shop.  Volkcr and Christel Kacmling have  brought a touch of European friendliness td the peninsula's newest shopping  centre. And they offer hard-to-beat values  in top-quality merchandise.  German-born Volker trained1 aa a  master chef in his homeland before emigrating to Canada with his wife lfl years  ago.  , They finally settled on the peninsula  t��_ven years ago after operating a beauty  salon in Coqultlam and a hardware store.  Vollcer's  main  outside i Interest   in  breeding Airedale dogs, and his pain'-  staking efforts have resulted in more than  one championship award.  The couple have two children���a son,  21 and a 17-year-old daughter.  Volker selected his initial stock to  cover 'most every aspect of the home-  making and leisure scenes.  For the fishermen, he carries a wide  selection of rods, lures, hooks and accessories, along with polypropylene anchor  rope in a range of thicknesses.  For the home, the Hardware and Gift  Shop offers china, cutlery, glassware and  a host of other everyday needs.  Volker told The Times he plans to  start a boating section, with fittings and  accessories in a wide range of sizes and  materials, along with anchor chain and  other necessary. items.  During the summer, the store will be  open until 9 p.m. every night and on  Sundays.  As a bonus to customers during the  first three days after their official opening today. (Wednesday), Volker and  Christel are holding a raffle for a Bissell  rug shampooer.  "Come on into the store," Volker invites. "We'd like to meet you."  Harvey Funeral  Home Lfdi.  Serving tho Sunshine Coast  24 hours o day.  A COMPLETE FUNERAL  OR MEMORIAL SERVICE  AT MODERATE COST.  Member of  British Columbia Funeral  Service Association.  phone 886-9531  PRH-ARRANOBMBNTl  MEMORY MARKERS  J. Roy Paridiw, OwTS-r-M-naaar  ������_-_-_-. "y^JaminMoow product!  't__^^i'_________'7":  .������:;..7/.���V7.7   f '.r~#��m  *��_&.  ��VC  Sale  Ends fm^am/^m  May rw^taftt  30thH_-7*^V  M  mm  A  onara  9  tuuzti  tons  ���������l_^t>*':  :BASE.^77*77_.../7  ���LATEX  BASE  Z\ Moored  PAINTS i~*m.  l<0��-/si.. ivM/vr  "H ���<��_.��,* H���w4,<y  lnMoore&Co,  OU THE OPENING OF A FINE NEW  SHOPPING FACILITY IN THE NEW PENDER  HARBOUR SHOPPING CENTRE AT  f_1ADEBB_A PARK  -�����!,��  XXrletcher A XXrlne X^rooaA  8385 Fraser Street, Vancouvei  Phone 321-668)1  ;_i��wwia_-��a_-^^   %m*Mi***a*wmmwmeW)m*mmmewmmmm iiiw-misji* .yni��n  lam,  ipau\  ne  memna  Saturday Evening, May 19  7 p.m. to 12 midnight  v PENpfcR HARBOUR CENTRE  MADURA PARK  ff/idd _3i.  mnnti A  HAIR BOUTIQUE  "Award Winning  Stylist"  MOORE'S'  House Paint  MoorGard  EXTERIOR OLOSS FINISH  For woold siding,  doors & trim.  Covers most  surfaces in  one coot.  Long lasting  LOW LUSTRE LATEX HOUSE PAINT  ��� Easy brushing������ .   '  quick drying.    '  ��� Resists blistering,  9  .  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"   Nt  ^  .,  i  \  1  i ^  Local play slated  for B.C. finals  FOR the third time in their four-year  history, the Driftwood Players have  been invited to participate in the B.C.  Drama Finals, to be held, this year, in  Prince George.  In 1970, the local drama club was  awarded the Best Actress award for a  brilliant performance by Colleen Johnston in Harold Pinter's play The Lover.  Last year, local girl Barbara Williams  again brought the Best Actress award to  the Peninsula for her portrayal ot the  tortured young girl in 'Suddenly Last  Summer.' 77 '/  This year, the club is again break-  . ing new ground for themselves by essaying a George Bernard Shaw comedy  'A Village Wooing.' Featured are Colleen  Johnston and John Burnside, who also  directed the play.  For Burnside, this is his fourth appearance in the finals in five years. In  Kamloops in 1969, he appeared in 'Billy  Liar' while teaching in Ferhie, B.C. Since  moving to Peninsula, he has made the  finals with Miss Johnston in The Lover'  in 1970, and last year, he directed the  production of 'Suddenly Last Summer*,  which won recognition in Dawson Creek.  The Driftwood Players will present  this year's ebtry at Elphinstone high*0  school June 1 and 2.  Page B-6 The Penin��ulo Timet        Wednesday, Moy 16, 1973    )  DANCNG  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  ���i  Pizza Available  .  Best in Live Entertainment  SATURDAY. MAY 19  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge���886-2472  m  People help each other through a crisis  by each supposing that the other can  handle it better than he himself can.  An adult may see human wisdom  manifested in its highest form by watching a child's boundless capacity for ignoring celebrities.  REHEARSING A SCENE from their goes on to the B.C. Drama Finals in  award-winning entry In this year's Prince George. Local Theatre-goers  Vancouver Island drama.finals in will have a chance to see Shaw's  Victoria are Colleen Johnston and comedy at Elphinstone high school  John Burnside. "A Village Wooing" June iKiand 2.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  _-'^___>.  Wuncoast  "-^___��p_._STATES LTD____*.  BOX 769, SfcCHELTV BX.  ,���>'.*��� *  LEI* AND SUZANNE VAN ESMOND  drepleds^tpohnounce^'  .their association with  '-'���      J. PETER HOEMBEIIG  Mr.  Hoemberg will be responsible for  all matters relating to construction and  planning.    f  TEl-.r 885-2241 Bus: ������ 88*5-2576 Eves.  FLYING home to Skive, Denmark, Hanna Bjerre will arrive unannounced after spending a year in Canada. Hanna  said she would probably find herself  homesick for here as she thoroughly enjoyed herself, made many friends and  saw a lot of North America.  September she will continue her studies at the university in her homeland,  thinking of ten of her aunt, Mrs. Greta  Jorgensen and cousins IVank and Joan  and families.. '  :-:--AAAAAA.A"A:A��z^  Mrs. Jorgensen is neatly settled into  her new mobile home on .Wakefield Road,  busy getting in to her garden. After the  beautiful showplace, she had in Halfmoon  Bay, she is back starting from scratch.  Welcome Beach carpet bowlers had an  exciting afternoon at the Welcome Beach  JJali. when they entertained 25 visitors  from the OAP unit 38, Gibsons. Twelve  local players proclaimed the Gibsons team  were all good sports, very enthusiastic,  such a pleasure to meet, all are looking  forward to a return match, probably in  June.  Mr. and Mrs. Tip Corson of Vancouver  are staying in Mrs. Mary Tinkley's home  while Mary is away on a trip to England.  The Halfmoon Bay auxiliary met at  the home of Mrs. Jean Laird May 7, with  11 members present. Mrs. Frances Cook,  vice-president, chaired the meeting in the  absence of president, Mrs. Sue Browning.  . Plans were discussed on the party for  the extended-care patients for mothers'  day. Members were pleased that Art and  Mary Redman would provide the musical  entertainment. "  In vi$w of the interest shown as to'  the use ot monies'raised by the auxiliary,  a discussion resulted in the complete agreement of all, that funds be used for;,  patient care and comfort only.  The members gave a hearty vote of  thanks to Mrs. Frances Cook for conducting the meetings in the absence of  Mrs. Sue Browning, who has been unable to attend due to the illness of her  husband.  As usual the last meeting before the  summer vacation takes the form of a  smorgasbord. This affair will be held at  the home of Mrs. Alice Young, Monday,  June 11, at 6:30 p.m.  Blanche Duclos of Vancouver was up  for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Hdll.  MIA Don Lockstead wrote to the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission re  garding Cooper's Green. Lockstead states  that he has been working on this matter  for some months. Discussions are taking  place now between Jim Cooper and the  Department of Recreation and Conservation. OK Jim, it's up to you.  Any girls and boys interested in walking in a display from Halfmoon Bay  Recreation phone chairman of the recreation commission, Mrs. Barbara Laak-  so, 885-9617, ot any member of the corn-  May 18.  Dental Topics  FEW people know    how many    teeth  they're supposed to- have. Too few  care. More would take interest if they  are. refunded frequently- that teeth are  necessary fdfr good health, an asset to  good appearance jn-eded for chewing and  they assist In speech, according to the"1"  Canadian Dental Association.  There are 20 foundation or "baby"  teeth. They are partly formed before a  child is born and begin to appear when  a baby is about 6 months old. Eruption  is usually completed at 2% years. Normally, they are lost by the age of 12.  Because the foundation teeth have important duties to perform during the first  12 years of life, they should have the  best of attention and care. They should  not be considered as temporary teeth as  each has a role to play.  At six years of age the first permanent molars appear immediately behind  the baby molars���forming a corner stone  for the (development and placement of the  permanent teeth to follow. ���  A change inl ocation or movement of  the six-year molars due to premature  loss of the baby molars could result in  crooked teeth.  Aside from thW vital chewing arid  guiding functions the baby teeth help  the normal development of the jaw.  Normally, there are 82 second or permanent teeth. The loss of an early secondary tooth may cause other teeth to  shift position This shifting could destroy  the natural form of the face and even the  good appearance of a child.  The first permanent molars should  be examined by a dentist Just aa soon  as they erupt in the mouth. They, as  well os the other permanent teeth, should  be preserved throughout life if proper  care is taken.  ��wwwwnwiHmwi_wwii��__��_____________________-_________-_____ ir-nn-utinii-nnimiuiniui  CARPET  OP  DISTINCTION  TO  HT  EVERY  iUWSET  PROM  =KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS ITD.  1639 Sunefifne Coast Highway at Wyngaart Road, Gibsons  Pfoosio ����6-7112  * CARPETS    & TILES    & LINOLEUMS  HOtfiSi  Closed Monday, Opan 9 m.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Nlgfif TH 9 p.it��.  ���' !.. .:,.      , - i '  ��w��WIM��WIW-IW��MM>��|M��llwl��|i^^  .enjoy  almost every  sport  i  rv ..**.*��� *=$��*-*:--.   .",*-.*. '-#..-..-���>.%���_���,     :-'.'^        .'  DURING THE FOURTH ANNUAL  8_t_h Columbia festoal of Sports  An Incomparable menu of sports excitement can help you decide where to go in  beautiful British -CJolumbia this coming  week.  Scores of action-packed events |n evory  region of the province give you many  reasons to get together and get away to  enjoy the scenic grandeur and springtime glory of British Columbia.  Make this week your week for a special  kind of holiday during the British Columbia Festival ,of -Sports, an annual,  nineteen-day showcase of sports action,  May 17 to Juno 4,1973.  Sponsored by tho British Columbia  Dopartmont ot Travel Industry nnd  tho B.C. Sports Fodoration  *FonUirlna provincial pli.yd6v.no lot Canada Summer Gamos, NowWonlmlrmtor/Burnnby, Auguat 3-12,1073  May 17-23  Canada's "Victoria Day"  Weekend - May 19,20,21  Premier David Barrett will light the Festival  caikfi in front'of the Parliament Buildings in  Victoria at noon on Thursday, May 17, 1973,  to mark the official opening of the fourth  annual British Columbia Festival of Sports.  ARCHERY Vancouver May 19, 20 BOCCE BALL  *Creston May 19, 20 BASEBALL Coquitlam May 18,  19, 20; Cumberland May14, 15, 17,19,21;  Enderby May 20; Fort St John May 19; North Delta  May 19,20, 21 BOWLING Aldergrove May 17;  Burnaby May 18;Chemalnus May 18; Cloverdale  May 18; Cranbrook May 17; Ganges May 17;Grand  Forks May 18; Kelowna May18;Kimberley May 18;  Ladner May 17; Port Coquitlam May 17; Salmon  Arm May 18; 'Vancouver May 19; Vancouver May  17, 18; Vernon May 17; West Vancouver May 18  CANOE, KAYAK Burnaby May 20; 'North Vancouver  May 19, 20; Prince George May 20 CYCLING  'Keremjaos-Osoyoos-Pentlcton^KelownerMay 19,  20,>21 OARTCHERY 'Vancouver May 17 FENCING  'Vancouver May 18,19, 20, 21 FIELD HOCKEY  'Vancouver May 19, 20, 21 'Victoria May 19, 20, 21  GOLF Powell River May 19, 20; Vernon May 19,  20, 21 HORSESHOE PITCHING'Burnaby May   '  19, 20, 21; Rutland May 20, 21 HORSE SHOWS,  RODEOS Armstrong May 20; Burnaby May 20;  Campbell River May 21,22; 'Chilliwack May 19,20,  21; Dawson Creek May 19; Houston May 20, 21;  Hudson's Hope May 19, 20; * 100 Mile House May  19, 20, 21; KasloMay 21; 'Keremeos May 20, 21;  Nanaimo May 20; Parksvllle May 19, 20; Quesnel  May 21; 'Surrey May 19, 20, 21; Vanderhoof May  19; Vernon May 21; Williams Lake May 19, 20, 21  LACROSSE 'New Westminster May 19, 20, 21;  White Rock May 19, 20, 21 LAWN BOWLING  Kamloops May 20; New Westminster-North  Vancouver-Vancouver MayJ9, 20 LOGGER  SPORTS Chetwynd May 21; Nanaimo May 21;  'Port Albernl May 21; MARKSMANSHIP  'Clearwater May 23; 'New Westminster May 20;  'Pentlcton May 19, 20, 21; Port Coquitlam May 19,  20, 21 MOTORSPORT Burns Lake May 19;  'Coqultlam-Westwood May 19, 20; Cranbrook May  21; 'Fort St. John May 19, 20; Houston May 19;  'Kelowna May 20; Langley May 20; Mission May  21; 'New Westminster May 19 & 21; 'Quesnel May  21 POWER BOATS 'Osoyoos May 20 RUGBY  Invermere May 19, 20, 21 SAILING, YACHT RACES  'Kelowna May 19,20; Port Moody May 21  SNOOKER'Vancouver May17 SOCCER  Cloverdale May 17; Cumberland May 18, ,19, 20;  'Nelson May. 19, 20; 'NewAlyansh May 10, 19, 20,21;  'Pentlcton May 19, 20, 21 SOFTBALL, FASTBALL  Abbotaford May 18, 19, 20, 21; Bradner May 21; ,  Maple Rldgo May 20; Nanaimo May 19, 20, 21;  Osoyoos May 18, 19, 20, 21; Prince George May 19,  20, 21; Rutland May 19, 20, 21; 'Vancouver May  10, 10, 20, 21; Vernon May 19, 20, 21 SPORT  PARACHUTING 'Kamloops May 10, 20, 21  SWIMMING 'New Westminster May 10, 20; Prince  George May 10, 20; 'Vancouver May 20 TABLE  TENNIS 'Vancouver May 18 TENNIS Salmon Arm  May 17, 18 TRACK AND FIELD Abbotaford May 16,  17; Ournaby-New Westminster May 17; Ctillllwack  May 10; 'Comox May 10; Cumberland May 21;  'Duncan May 10, 20; Kelowna May 15, 17; North  A Wosf Vancouver May 10,17; Pentlcton May 17;  Richmond May 10, 17, 22, 23, 24; Surrey May 17,  19, 20, 21-24; 'Vancouver May 10, 23, 24  VOLLEYBALL 'Surrey May 10, 20 WATER SKIING  'Port Albernl May 10, 20 WEIQHTLIFTINQ  'Vancouver May 10; 'White Rock May 10  -Comnumltla* hoallno mnlor nvonlit  Pick up a troo  "Sctwdtito ol Evonts" totdar  at any branch ot tho  <I>  CANADIAN IMPKRIAi.  BANK OF COMMERCE  It givos you all tho dotallal  i    I  '\   ���  <���   ������'>    iv. ssrmi_sf *s*tss __f __^vsisa____? ��az_VancouvetIsUmd*������*�� ���%^�����^<*%^^ .* ___^tw_?�� .��� ___^_&ffsr_ sairs  neyland are members of the Sechelt   band. The band faces some cornpeto-   neyland. rangiag jjf^riroift 10 to aSout 15, .������..,_    ......   y�����     r��  \^__��_<_k_  playing.  f_**sA*v*  ^^J^f^^^'^  _ _   _   ���_ .       4 ^)W_-"  -     .4       ���_��    J��*.f_  C��d}  I  \A;a-:a^^--*  HORN IS ALMOST too big for waH  boy but he manages to blow as hard  and keep up with his larger counter-  parts. Band will not be able to play  for Sechelt Timber Days because  youngsters will go home for long  weekends.  Pender Hi-lites  _���by Cecila Girard  HI I Well here I am back again with all  the news to tell youi  tlou*. gai___-JVoU��yhaJli These three  gomes were ployed In the lost month to  end the volleyball games between Haida  and Nootka. Nootka Junior girls won  their games 3-1, 3-0 and 3-0 ond left  Haida trailing by nine points. Nootka  senior girls also, defeated Haida but this  time two games to pne: 3-1, 0-3 ond 3-1.  Thot puts Nootka up with six points ond  Haida five points.  Floor hockoyi The three gomes were  olso played last month to end the season  between Haida and Nootka. Haida Junior  boya defeated Nootka three games to  none. The scores were 6-0, 12-2 and 10-1  for Haida who lead with six points; Senior boys ployed some exciting games  with Nootka scoring more goals tbon expected btit ijfalda still won all three  gomes 0-4, 12-0 and 7-0 which makes  Haida 0, Nootka 3.  , The big -Why Lake road relay Which  was held before Easter surprised many  people with Nootka winning with 73 Mi  and Haida 50Mi. Tho Junior boya relay  with Nootka coming first took 30 min-  utca, nine seconds while Haida junior  boys took 38.00Mi.  Junior girls relay, with Nootka coming first, took 44 minutes, five seconds  while Haida Junior girls took 44.24.  Nootka fscj-lor boys also como in first  with 37.58 time and Haida 87.55.  Haida senior girls were tho only ones  \  \ *  who won for Haida with 45.12, Nootka  45.30.  The Easter raffle for the large chocolate Easter bunny was won by Eva Du-  {   The firemen put on a poster contest  for their bingo. Grade, 0 students made  She posters with Alfred iLalJar winning  irst prize of $5; Valerie  Reid, Becond,  :3 and Suzanne Girord, $2. The jackpot  of the bingo was $200.  We have two student teachers at the  school from UBC, They have been here  for two weeks now and are planning on  going back at the end of this week.  Their names are Mr. Euwans and Mr.  Peck.  On Wednesday, May 0 was tho annual  variety night with Al Lloyd as master  of ceremonies.  REMEMBER those beautiful bone china  flowers from England? Miss Bee was  able to get a few dozen again thin year,  come noon. 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