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Array \  ~ *   i' /  i tf   i  P,  BOATS - CAMPING FACILITIES - 'cAFE  >   i ������ <���    ���  ���  .,    '   ,,'     v  MARINA 803-2757   ��   CAFE 883^2296  West Canadian Graphic Indus trl<  204' West 6th Ave. ;  Vancouvor 10, b.  C.  Service  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet?, including Port Mellon, Hopkins-Londing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Pork, Garden jtoy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Class Mail  Registration Np. 1142  Phono  Mr.,T;, union r'I-   Label  885-3231      This ^g^ ig pages _ 15c  Volume 12 ��� No. 25  Wednesday, May 14,1975  j*sa*       "S~    A^  i.'t.  a-*1.  " -^    120CI Black; Vyiwfft&d V -V  P.O. Box }p?$;$%CH%\&J$.Oi1f  It*���*-*���^.�� ��^bn.a_'V      ��a>��aaka>'  V^.KaX'*v>   **  *      ./   ?  PHORSE; 885-322'  ;' o  ^\  mr*V  y i*   j #- ** ~-~,^��*p ikS_f  "a  1  1  ���** 4  p-  as><  to3  m  s��i    / �����       * '*iaTr*. **������������      --��.."  FIRST PRIZE in the annual Timber  Days poster contest went to Donald  Kraus 13, a student at Roberts Creek  Elementary. His poster, Fun in the Sun,  depicting a large flaming orange, sun  with the Timber'Days events listed  around it was chosen as the best entered  in the Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commefcig sponsored contest. Posters  entered in the contest-were distributed  to Sechelt merchants for display.  ��� Timesphoto  'IDSOHS Of WYki  GIBSONS - The village is losing ground financially.   ��� -  Aid. Kurt Hoehne, chairman of council's finance committee, said  the increase in net taxable value in the village was being outstripped  by inflation, which he put at 10 to 15 percent annually.        ;  ' 'We will liave to cut back in some areas,'' he said.  Hoehe was introducing the village's annual budget by-law, which  sets the mill rate, this year, at 29.40.  This is only fractionally above.last year's figure of 29.38 because  the Municipal Act places a 30 mill ceiling on taxes levied by villages.  Total estimated expenditure for 1975 is just over $500,000, according to budget figures.  Hoehne said the net taxable value of the village showed an increase of $181,577, or 3.5 percent, over the 1974 figures.  Total expenditure for village purposes in 1975 is just over $500,000.  Hoehne said the provincial per capital grant had Increased by  almost $4,000 over the previous year.  Protective services, such as the fire department, will cost the  village a total of $8,925.  For the first time, Gibsons residents will be contributing to tho  B.C. Assessment Authority, which recently opened an office in  Sechelt. Cost to the village, this year, will be $6,726.  Local taxpayers Will pay an additional 5.45 mills In regional  district, school district, hospital and B.C. Assessment Authority  levies,  Hoehne noted these had all Increased over the 1974 figures. Ho  was concerned by the 42 percent Increase shown In tho regional  district requisition.  He said Frank West, regional board chairman, had told him the  \/illago would have to live with the Increase.  A total of $747,540 will Jx, levied on local taxpayers this year. This  Includes both vlllago assessment and levies for other bodies such ns  the regional district, hospital, flro protection and other levies,  Council gave first threo readings to the budget,  miibm W  echelt holds at 18     ^  SECHELT ��� The U.S. price of B.C. natural gas went up and the  result in Sechelt is that the village tax rate will stay the same. The  total rate, however, is up by 10 mills.  Sechelt's 1975 budget was passed at the council meeting last week  with the result that the village's mill rate will stay at 18, same as last  year. The failure of the mill rate to rise was directly realated to the  village's receiving $26,601 in gas revenues.  That plus a $3,400 increase in the per capital grant allowed the  village some breathing space in what would otherwise be a tight  budget.  The budget passed called for an 18.00 mill rate for general  taxation. That is based on the full assessed value of land and 75 per of  the assessed value of improvements.  Taxation for hospital purposes call for 1.27 mills, same as last  year. Taxation for fire protection Is up about 1 mill from last year.  This year It stands at 3.024 mills. The regional district assessment  for that village Is up about 1 mill also. This year It stands as 2.838  mills. That totals 25.132 mills in taxation for the village of Sechelt.  Added to that is 34.734 mills for the school district. That is up 5.07  mills from last year. Municipal financing authority will take 0.018  mills and the B.C. Assessment Authority will take 1.17 mills, The  total mill rate then Is 61.054 mills, an Increase of 9.4 mills over 1974.  looking at real figures, the village will raise $60,682 from local  taxes for Its own purposes, $177,274 for othor bodies such as tho  regional government, school district, hospital, flro protection area,*  municipal finance authority and B.C. Assessment authority, a new  Item on tho budget.  In all, $50,307 will come from the provincial government and  $21,045 from local miscellaneous revenues. Total revenue Is  $314,500.  ��� Tlio gas revenue has allowed tho vlllago to budget n $6,700 fund for  contingencies, Interest nnd miscellaneous.  *���_    Sechelt is bracing itself for its annual  'entry'into full blown lunacy.  ' Timber Days hits full force this week-end  and like the proverbial three-ring circus there  is something for everyone.  Youngsters of all ages will be converging on  (Sechelt and Hackett Park particularly for  'the three days'of-Timber Days celebrations  - Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Officials have  ; their fingers crossed for sunny weather, but  rare not'too concerned. It would take more  -   ��� ���- (than a little rain to dampen the enthusiasm  ^J | ^generated over this year's festivities.  ^ ." ...Events start with a bang Saturday .af-  '-""* . 1 f Jternoon at 2 p.m. as the Timber Days  ,   ,^|, j Motorcycle Enduro takes off from Hackett  ��*,| v [Pa.tk. The Enduro is covered completely in  * J   t but generally, the race will give local riders  11 r��a.|a    <tf-all ages the clu-mce to compete in a real  vsjr|   : off-road motorcycle race for trophies-and  J.2i2��. prizes. In addition there will be a prize for the  best-dressed female pit crew member.  -P   The r,ace will give some Sunshine Coast  frtssidents their first opportunity to see off-  ^.road motorcycle racing, one of the fastest  ^tribute  to   the   Bavarian   lifestyle.   The  ^JO   ? Bavarian Gardens this year have the added  TWt\ - \ attraction of a live Oom-Pah-Pah band which  ��� ;:have bpen promised for fte Timber Days  -celebrations.  . . At9 p.m. Saturday, the adults get their  chance to unwind a little in preparation Ior  iaturday's hectic activities, with a dance at  'the Legion Hall. :'yPy'P-  . * * Sunday morning, fishermeni^ill be out at  ttie crack of dawn in searchtof the big prizewinners. That "is being sponsored by the  ��� Sechelt Rod and Gun Club. It ends at noon on  .Monday. At that time the final fish will be  i weighed and the prizes distributed.  ', ��� The amazing art of motorcycle trials will  i start at 10 a.m. Sunday,and competition will  see some of B.C.'s top trials riders taking  , part.   '  At 10:30ra.m. Sechelt yolunteerWemen,,,,  ' and others'take their annual bath in the War '  - of Hoses, guaranteed to make strong men  -weak and everyone within 100 metres clean.  Marshalling of the floats for the parade  begins at noon Sunday and the actual parade  starts at 1 p.m. Also around that time the'  Royal Sechelt Air Force (Tyee Airways>^will  have^ fly past. ��� ^  ^  The opening ceremonies''follow: at the*  ^rmination^of the parade..at,;H^ckett^Pjiit:k  .and parade trophies will be jiresented".  At 2:30 p.m. the mini-speed demons the  soap box derby racers take to the bill behind  Hackett Park. At 4 p.m. Bingo starts at  Hackett Park. The scheduled time for the  start of the salmon barbecue is 5 p.m.  The teen-agers get the dance floor at 8  p.m. Saturday. Food concessions, pony rides  and a variety of other attractions will be  in operation all day long at Timber Days.  Monday things blast off at 10 a .m. with the  childrens sports, the horseshoe pitch and the  cake walk.  The fishing derby closes at noon, the same  time the Bavarian Gardens open.  Then at 12:30, the real reason for the whole '  thing gets underway. Logger sports begin.  The woodsmen here take their logger  sports seriously and competition in all  categories is fierce.  In the past two yefirs Powell River logger  Ken Nelson has taken the Weldwood Trophy  as the logger of the day. Competition among  the men will be strong; but this year the  struggling will be just as hard among the  woodspersons. The ladles have three events  on the schedule Including two-person  bucking, ladies axe throw and ladies nail  driving. It Is hoped that this year more real  nails and less fingernails will bo hit.  The men will bo competing In axe-  throwlng, power saw bucking, men's hand  bucking, block chop, tree-cllmblng and one  man bucking. Tho top aggregate winner will  take horpo tho Weldwood Trophy.  In addition, tho tug-of-war wIH take place  during the logger sports. *  Again food concessions, pony rides and  other Items will be going on all day long.  GIBSONS -The vlllngo hns purchased  six wntorfront lots ns thoy first step In ltfi  ambitious harbor development project.  ���TotarcostlDf th'oi*propcrty''wnA''-f<l7l500r Tito*"  lots, totnlllng six acres, adjoin Prouso Rond  on tho Inner harbor.  Aid, Kurt Hoohno told Tlio Tlmos thnt  preliminary plans for tlio harbor  bonutlflcntlon project would llkoly bo un  veiled before the end of tho year.  Tlio provincial government Is presently  drawing up sketches for a village-operated  mar Inn In tho centrcf of tlio harbor:*"'""""'"���"  U.st week, council representatives toured  municipally owned marinas on Vnncouvor  Island, said Hoohno,  Thoy camo back with tlio impression,  "thnt Glbflonn Is losing out on tho revenue It  \  SECHELT - Sechelt Indian Band  hnvo voted on whether or not to nccopt  nny federal novcnment funding. Result,*!  of tho vote hnvo not been relcnsed.  A spokesmnn for tho Indian Bnnd  snld Secholt Bnnd wns nmong tho 47  bnndfl of tlioFrnser District who" nb*  stained from voting on the resolution  when it enmo before the Union of B.C,  Indian Chiefs convention recently In  Chllliwack. They said tho Fraser  District Bands felt nt that tlmo that tho  resolution was too wide-sweeplnfj to be  decided on without a voto of the people,  That voto was held In Secholt May 8  and although tho results havo not been  released, It is generally felt tho voto  went against tho resolution.  The resolution called for B.C, band?,  to refuso any more federal govenrncnt  funding, amounting to somo $50million a  yoarwlillothoy"prow for"settlement of  Innd claims when thoy say were never  surrendered or which have been cut  from tho reserves.  The resolution has^caused, province  wide controversy among Indian people.  A local band spokesman said that If  tho results ot tho referendum aro made  public, It may bo dono this week,  could bo earning with Its natural setting."'  Hoehn snld, "tho architect of Fnteo Creek  marlno had viewed Gibsons' Inner harbor and  snld It was fantastic.Hosnld It could botho"  most valuable asset of tho community,"  Council Is examining tho possibility of  dredging out tho harbor and using tho fill to  create, u pedestrian walkway around tho  hnrbor, snld Hoehne, ,  The wnlkwny would fenturo parks benches  nnd trees.  Ho.said tlio six lots purchased by council  would bo extended Into tho hnrbor wltl\  drcdglng.s nnd reserved os o park nrca.  Tho nldermon felt private yacht clubs In  tho Vancouver nren might bo Interested In  contributing to tlio construction coot of the  mnrlnn Incxclinngo for reserved flont space.  "Everyone In tho community should  benefit," bo snld, "not Just tho pcoplo around  tho hnrbor," '  Two niomborsof council will Ihi (letollod to  limidlo tho hnrbor development project, said  Hoohno, And ho predicted tho federal  government might bo persuaded to participate in tho venture lo tho tunc of 50 o^ DO  ��� percenter lbeiotftl''C(^r'*^^"^'*~~���w:i'' ""'  The alderman strewed council bad no  Intention to revive earlier proposnls for nn  artificial Islnnd In tho hnrbor with n hlgh-rlso  hotel on It,  i  t  ���I  \    ,  f V���     i  it  ." \  mni*4t.1.fiXy**fi m+tAm  r  ii- ii-*- i   -|����n*-ii.ni  '���'������'���p'-',ffl,fl'7  SECHELT-A Sechelt RCMP constable  has received a special commendation for his  attempt to save the life of a woman stricken  with a heart attack.  Constable F.R. Bob Ogden received a  special commendation from the St. John of  Jerusalem (Canada) Society in a ceremony  at )the Sechelt Indian Band office May 7.  Chief Calvin Craigen made the presentation. |  Cst. Ogden received the award for his  actions in an incident which occurred May 7,  1974. At 10:15 p.m. on that night, Constable  Ogden answered an emergency call to a home  on the Sechelt Indian reserve.  Upon arriving at the house. Ogden found  crtlve carver  dies in Sechel  ''SECHELTTwoiritnown"^  enrvor Reginald Paull is dead,      '  Pnull passed nwuy May 8 nftor n lengthy  Illness, Ho Is survived by his sister Snrrnh  Silvey of Egmont, He was the brother of Into  Chief Henry Paull,of Sechelt,  Pnull wns well known In locnl circles for  his wood curving ability und carved many of  the works of art presently on display nt the  Sechelt Indian Bank office. Ho wns also  responsible for tho carved nnd embossed  meeting table In tlio bunk councU room,  Funeral services were May 10 jU, Our Lady  of Ixuirdes Church In Sechelt, Int��&mcnt at  Secholt Indian Cemetery followed,  The Ministry of Transport havo como up,  with their own unconfirmed chlorine tnnk  sightings.  In a news release Mny 1 which enmo out of  M^ Jack Ponrsnll's offlco In Ottnwn, tho  MOT  claimed  thoy  hnd  loented,  "four  promising tnrgots"; In ^l.OOflHfwJ^of^watoj^  "'sbuth'^of Capo'Cobwn.,r     "'" """*       "  A senrch of lobnlchnrts failed'to turn up  nny Capo Coburn nnd a telephone call to  Ottnwn rovenled tho sighting had been mndo  soutb of ICnpo Cockburn which Is on tlio southwestern trip of Hnrdy Islnnd, ���  Tho release sold Uio targets had been  located by side-scan sonnr but did not sny  ��� when,   Tho release, snld It ww. Iho Intention of  MoT lo Investigate tho sighting, "In dotnlls by  underwater television cameras when tho sen  Is sufficiently calm to lower nnd opornto tho  equipment nnd also by Uio submersible  Pisces presently undergoing repnlrs,"  Mrs. Marion Collins in an unconscious state  oh a couch.  Cst. Ogden immediately recognized the  woman had suffered a cardiac arrest and  started mouth to mouth resuscitation after  calling for an ambulance and medical help.  A bad snow storm prevented the ambulance and doctors from arriving for some  time and Cst. Ogden kept lip mouth to mouth  resuscitation for 15 minutes until they  .arrived.  RCMP Inspector D.G, Thompson, second  in command Vancouver Subdivision, stated,  "jit was the opinion of both doctors that,  without Cst. Ogden's good judgement in  recognizing the woman's problem and his  response to this problem under very difficult  circumstances, Uie woman would not have  alive at tho Uie tlmo of the doctors' arrival,  Mrs. Collins, unfortunately, died In Vuh-  , cbuver nlno days later,"  Tho Inspector, RCMP Sergeant Peter  Church, other RCMP dignitaries and detachment mombors, Sechelt bond councillors, nnd  Sechelt Mayor Harold Nelson wore present  for tho ceremony,  A certificate of commendation nnd a letter  from the St. Johns Society were presented to  Cst, Ogden.  p decision yet on school site  Sechelt School District have not yet made  their decision on a slto for Uio now Secholt  Junior Secondary.'  The decision wns to bo announced nt tho  board's public meeting Mny tl," but it did not  mnterlnllzQ,  Tho bonrd snld they hnvo not yot received  word from tho provincial department of high-  wnys on tho route of tho highway through  Socholt, When thnt route Is mndo offlclnl,  then the bonrd will know bow* much of Block  12 adjacent to Sechelt Elementary will  remain nscnblo,  A moro comploto story Is cnrrlcd Insldo  todays Times.  GIBSONS - A locnl man wns killed Mny 9  In n single vehicle uccldont ori Central  < ���  Avenue, GronUinns Landing.  ���Dead is Gregory Blulno Soronson, 10, of  Pratt Rond,  Pollco sold Sorenson apparently lost  control of. his vehicle and was pinned un-  dornonth whon It rolled down a grado nt, tho  side of tho rond,  Thoy believed Hidi''accident occurred  sometime after .'I n.m,  'f^u^nHon's liiidy w  0:00 a.m, by Brian Eldrldge, who found the  vohlclo In his front yard when ho awoke,  Sorenson wns tho only occupnnt,  Coronol John Hnrvoy has ordered an  "autopsy and police sny aiflnqiiilry Is likely.  Sorenson was tho son of Mary porny and  Gordon Sorenson.  This wns tho first fntnllty In Gibsons since  1073,  \  *i Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 14,1975  10BERT FOXALL  ave you noticed the bright new shiny roof  on our building on Mermaid Street. Senior  Citizens Branch 69 want to thank the contractor for the fast service. This the first step  in a planned program of renovations. Today -  is the day of our Spring Tea and Flower and  Plant Sale. While I write this report ttie tables  are being filled with cakes, cookies and  goodies and a number of members are put- ,  ting out tables, filling plates and putting  kettles on the range in anticipation of a record  turnout. Mother nature is co-operating and I  expect to report next week that we have had a  most successful christening,of the Seniors  Hall. v  I am asked to remind members of the  Portland Rose Festival trip starting from  here June 13. It will be a 3-day visit with a  seat along the parade route in the package.  Phone Dave Hayward at 5-9755 to make your  bookings.  Be sure to attend the monthly meeting on  May 15 at 1:30 p.m. and bring your, ideas for  the successful operation of Our Hall and for  alterations that could lead to a fuller life for  ourselves and the community. There will also  be more detailed planning for the visitors  from Seaton Place on June 26.  Make a mark on your calendar so that you  will keep tne day open and attend the luncheon and give our visitors a rousing  welcome.  ��  GIBSONS - Colleen Elson is a winner. She  had her name drawn in the weekly $100  Gibsons Lions Club 400 Club draw.  Her name was drawn by Bessie Kruse  Friday.  ������ij^wiptiip^wyipwyw  ..    ,.    wiiipi|iii��|u��wipi��ww  Recycle this New@pap@rl  by MARGARET JONES  A funny thing happened on the way to the  festival. f ���  . In the lobby of the Twilight Theatre May 5,  a few people were waitiri&td go inside at the  end of an adjudication for ttie Sunshine Coast  Music and Drama Festival. The voice of  drama adjudicator John Parker could be  heard quite plainly out there. In fact, it was so  well projected that anyone could hear him  perfectly'by putting one ear to the door, and  plugging the other ear. ....... ,  He was judging the Children's Speech  Arts - choral speaking, poetry recitations and  Bible readings- and telling one competitor  that her Bible reading was too gushy. He went  on to explain very clearly about overemphasis.. It was so interestingthat 'Keyhole  Kate' was completely taken by surprise when  the doors burst open, inflicting a hard body-  check and causing consternation in the lobby.  No harm was done though naturally the  body-checker was a little upset at what she  had accidentally done. What happened next is  hard to explain. It is said that a murderer will  always return to the scene of the crime, so in  this case, the snooper returned to the door.  With one eye on the crack, she could dimly  discern the-inside of the theatre and the tall  figure on stage. The view was limited to a  narrow strip, and that's why she didn't see a  figure approaching from the left.  When the doors opened again there was no  time to duck and the whole business was  repeated/This time she wasn't too stunned to  go inside .and sit down in safety.  On Poetry Recitations, Parker told one  competitor that eye contact with the audience  is important. He didn't >feel he was being  spoken to because the reciter did not communicate with eyes and voice. Variety in  rhythm and getting the emphasis right were  two of the main points he stressed.  He told other young contestants to take  their time, .and enjoy their space on stage,  "Otherwise why do It?" How can you emphasize if It's too fast?" he asked. Keep up the  volume. He gave one girl high praise for  getting the emphasis just right in her poetry  recitatlon-(the same girl who overemphasised ttie Bible reading.)  Both kindergarten Choral Speaking  groups were good, ho said, but one had an  extra sparkle, because the chUdren were   man  having more fun.  The Gibsons Elementary School Choral  Speaking group was awarded high marks for  an exceUent performance. Specially outstanding was ttie dove-tailing of male and  female voices.   .  Parker said he was glad to see Choral  Speech on the festival programme as it is a  great art that he would like to see performed  more often.  Next in the chUdren's section were One  Act plays, though the first was a three-act. 'A  Tale of the Alhambra' written by a teacher at  Port Alice, was performed by students of  Gibsons Elementary School. Script was witty,  with spoken choruses; altogether a blend of  ancient and modern that poked fun at  bureauracy and entertained highly. The King  won an award for an exceptional performance. Parker commented on the good  attack, brisk directing, good team-work and  good costumes. He found one piece of action  confusing, and questioned the ending,  otherwise gave good marks.  'Hassle in the Castle', a modern satirical  version of Sleeping Beauty was presented by  students pf-Sgglielt,,.Elementary. The adjudicator said It was fun and he enjoyed it.  The satire was well-handled, costumes and  set good, but there was a lack of movement  that made the play too static. A play must be  visuaUy interesting, he said; if it is stopped at  any given point, it should present a different  picture.  A group of boys from Langdale did it  themselves with 'The Runway Pirate' - a  play within a play. The adjudicator felt he  didn't get the substance of the play, though  the idea was good and it was a fun principle.  The fourth item 'Surprise?' was a concoction of Jack Benny, his nephew, a bake-  shop, cream pies applied in the traditional  manner with deadly accuracy, and some  songs. The pies were filled with shaving  cream that might so easily have been real  Whipping cream, and the whole melange was  master-minded, by Donald McKenzie and  Steven Rhodes of Gibsons Elementary  School. Parker thought it was very funny, and  that Donard (who also played the King in the  three act play) was a very talented young  In the Adult section of Speech Arts, Allen  Crane and Faye Birkin read poetry; Colleen  Elson and Faye Birkin did Bible Readings.  Parker selected one passage from the five  they had been given to prepare. In his adjudication he stressed emphasis, inflection  and rhythm, and the importance of following  the punctuation rather than stopping at the  end of every line. He gave Mrs. Birkin an  award for her reading of Masefield's 'Sea  Fever.'  John Parker; formerly of Langara College;  an now at Vancouver community College is]  well-known in drama circles in B.C. He is  respected for his good constructive criticism  and almost revered by amateurs who have  been adjudicated by him at B.C.D.A.  ..festivals...,  ....        _...���..  At the Twilight Theatre on Monday, we  were impressed to see how he encouraged the  chUdren, while pointing out their mistakes.  Each contestant was gently criticized without  being put down.  Through the local festival, hundreds of  chUdren, (and some adults) Ore assessed by  an impartial expert, and find out how they  rate. Such healthy exposure gives them a.,  AH YES, SUMMER, when little brown  bodies clad only in bathingsuits scamper  across the rocks and logs of Davles Bay  and... and ... and... Wait a minute.  It'snot summer. It's only May. What are  those people doing down on the beach.  You have to be crazy to go into the water  this early in May. Why, there are still  icebergs floating by, for crying out loud.  No one in their right mind would go  swimming this soon. What? Here comes  some more. Has the world goiie mad?  i|gia(iEtear��tt&   - ';-���  ����^^  Sunshine Coast Regional District  IOT8CEOF  PUBUC HEi  Amendment to Zoning By-law  Pursuant lo socllon 703 of Iho Municipal Act, a public  hoarlng will bo hold as follows to consldor By-Law 35(27), a bylaw to amond tho Sunshlno Coast Regional District Zoning By-law  No, 35, 1970. All persons who doom thoir Interpol In proporty  affected by the proposed by-law shall be afforded an opportunity  to bo hoard on matters contained In Iho by-law.  By-law 35(27) would pormll tho establishment of a gravol  extraction operation on D.L. 3001, on tho oast side of Sacholl  Inlot north of Skookumchuck Narrows,  Tho hearing will l>o hold 7;3Q p.m,, Monday, May 26, 1975,  at tho Egmont Community Hall,  *  Tho abovo Is a synopsis of By-Law 35(27), and la not  doomed to bo an Interpretation of the by-law. Tho by-law may bo  Inopoclod at the Regional District Offices, 1230 Wharf Stroot,  Socholt during offlco hours, namoly Monday to Friday, 0;30 a.m.  to 4:00 p.m.  Sunshlno Coast Roglonal District  Box 000, Socholt, B.C.   VON3A0  00 5-2261  Mrs. A.G. Prossloy  Socrotary-Troasuror  ���UBSBKSSag  ihMfcytaHiitaaU^  May flowers were not the only things  which arrived at the beginning of the month.  Sunshine Coast Regional District imposed  sprinkling regulations at the same time.  The regulations came into effect May 1.  The schedule is as follows: Sprinkling may  be carried out from 7 a.m. to noon and from 7  p.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and  7 a.m. to noon on Saturdays in the following  locations: AU waterfront properties, Cowrie  Street in Sechelt, Wakefield Road, Norwest  Bay Road (west side), Rosamund Road (west  side) and Langdale (all streets - west side.)  On Tuesday and Thursday from 7 a.m. to  noon and,7. p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from  7 a.m. to, noon sprinkling may be done on all  other properties.  Water superintendent Gordon Dixon said  only one sprinkler is permitted per property  better understanding of what they���,are trying^ and asks_all residents to turn off thei,^ water  to do, and inspir.es them to ami a little higher." sprinklers when the fire a&rm is sounded.  Somo of tho othor highlights Include Saturday's 2 o'clock motorcycle enduro and  an adult danco at tho Loglon Hall from 9 p.m. ......  ���fi'*  On Sunday thoro's the fishing dorby, tho motorbike trials and of courso tho  parade, at 1 o'clock, Thoro's also bingo, a salmon barboquo and a toon danco In  tho aftornoon and ovonlng.  Monday's big, too, Tho children's sports aro on; wo'll soo who won tho fishing  derby, and from 12:30 on tho logger's sports aro underway with ton big ovonts  for bolh mon and womon.  ����� (/  ,'.���    it'-  'foS&'&gxb  *%  Si  a.'    _      C       I  Happenings around the Harbour  HAPPY SEVENTY-FIFTH  Local Warne Hartley had a surprise party  given him in the Legion in Madeira Park  recently. Aside from the fifty or so local  people who dropped by to say hello, a number  of friends and relatives made the trip from  places as far apart as Vancouver and Victoria.  The following people were guests at  Warnes' table. Son George and wife Susan  from Vancouver; Yvonne Hartley, granddaughter from Surrey; Morris Hamilton, a  friend from Surrey; Larry Hartley, grandson  Surrey; Ron and Charlene Hartley, grandson  and wife, Surrey; Rita Frenette, friend,  Victoria and Richard and Linda Hartley,  grandson and wife, Vict-dria.  CONTRACTOR LAID UP  Rod Webb Junior, at the time of writing, is  suffering fromblood poisoning"of the leg. A  sliver in his foot got infected causing the  trouble so Rod has to spend a few days on his  back with his leg.up.  RECENT VISITORS  Don B jarnason of the Vancouver area and  Sam Calli, a developer from the Sechelt  district were recent visitors to the area.  EGMONT w....  New arrival���Elaine and Doug Silvey'.are  proud parents of a baby boy. Details later.  LUCKY LEO TICKETS  Local Lions BoarcLof Directors are again  going to back this Raffle for the B.C. Society  for Crippled Children. Tickets should be  available before long.  MAY DAY PROGRAMME  Here is the complete programme for May  17,1975.  8 a.m. Pancake Breakfast ��� sponsored by  the Pender Harbour Lions Club.  9:30 a.m. Parade ��� forms up by the  Legion.  ���������. dress up your children and let them  participate.  ��� prizes for best costumes, decorated  bicycles, etc.  10 a.m. Parade Route���from Legion down  Madeira Park road to Queens Stand at school.  11 a.m. Crowning of May Day Queen.  Maypole Dance.  11:30 a.m. ��� Concession Stands Open.  l��:30 a.m. ��� Sports Competition. Kindergarten up, prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.  2 p.m. ��� Soapbox Derby - Route- from  Madeira Park turn-off to Holiday Market.  (Other traffic will be closed off during race),  Bingo ��� In Community Hall,  Cuts  the grass and  eliminates  the  clippings'  Jock Bachop 883-9056  Plane Rides (possible).  4 p.m. ��� Junior Softball Game.  5 p.m. ��� Men's Softball Game.  May Day Queen and Attendants ��� dinner  between 5 and 6 p.m. at the Legion Hall as  guests of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion  6:30 p.m. ��� Junior Dance and presentation of awards at Community Hall.   *  .   9 p.m. ��� Adult dance at Community Hall  (music by the Whiskey Jacks.)  Friday, May 16th ��� 8 p.m. ��� Teen Dance  at Community Hall (music by the Whiskey  Jacks.)  RATEPAYERS  The Ratepayers general meeting was held  May 4 in the Community Hall in Madeira  Park.  About fifty people including Don  Lockstead.M.L.A. were in attendance.  Don Lockstead was kept busy answering  questions from the floor.  The B.C. Telephone Company came under  fire as did the proposed new zoning laws.  One member of the audience asked why  the government bought the land for the  Health Centre before the referendum was  passed. In reply, Don Lockstead said there  was a time limit on purchase of the land for  ^|��g,j|Qp. age! t|ie government felt they were  'savihg^the taxpayers money by purchasing it  at that time. ' ���      ^  If the referendum had been defeated he  added, the government would have had no  trouble getting its money back, but if it had  waited for the referendum result in all  probability the land would have cost more.  There were three executive vacancies and  Messrs. Causey - President, Griffith - Vice  President and Carter, Executive member  were elected to the board. '  SECOND AND THIRD place winners in  the Sechelt timber Days poster contest  were Michelle Neuman, 13, left and  Joanne Fromager, 13, respectively.  Both are students at Roberts Creek  Elementary School.   .  ��� Timesphoto  19  POWELL RIVER - A Powell River man  has been nominated' to stand as the  Progressive Conservative candidate in the  next provincial election. ,  The nominating convention was held  recently in the Beach Gardens resort here.  Those present included G. Scott Wallace,  leader of the party in B.C.  Guy Harrington, 37, won the nomination.  Harrington is from Powell River and has  been active in politics and Community affairs  most notably as campaign manager for Dr.  Lome Greenaway in the last Federal Election  campaign. Harrington was also very instrumental in bringing the community of  Powell River together in a united effort to  have a recreation center built. The recreation  complex is presently under construction with  an expected completion date of this fall.  In his speech at the nomination convention  Mr. Harrington promised to work hard for the  people of the riding as'his only promise. He  further stated that he did not intend to be a  trained puppet of the party or its leader like  so many of the MLA's presently in the house.  The person most in need of anaesthesia is  the dolt who goes in with a load of phony  cheer to the room of a convalescent patient.  ^j"* rf-    -..-w^icJ ..a.-^ ..-A.-.': ^lA.���h^.v/-vJ^.^... ���J*-.-  Tlilo mowor culo tho grnoo,  than cuts nnd ro-cutn iho  ollpplnao Into o lino mulch  thnt dlanppnnrn down Into  your Inwn. No bnn to ompty,  No clippings lo rnko. No  ihntoh build up. No dnnoor-  ouo dlaohnroo ohuto, Fnnlor,  nnfor, olonnor tlyw nnyihlnn  oloo you've uaocK .Avnllnblo  In 22" noif.propoliod, zr  nnd 10" hnnd-propollod  modoln, nofnnn, A flood  ynrd nhond,  Seaside Rentals Ltd.  SMfrrWii^fr  mr  Cowrlo Stroot, Socholt  P.O. Box 375  [Noxt to tho Post Office]  885-3255  o Cheque-a-month deposit account  ��� pays 8% perannum  ��� interest paid monthly  7- minimum deposit $10,000  (and in multiples of $1,000)  ��� 3 year term  ��Term Deposits   '  ��� 7V*%, One Year  ��� 8%/Three Year  ~-8'/4%, Five Year  D.S.C. Deposit Accounts  [Invostmont <-- savings ��� choqulng]  ��� pay 7%    per annum on balances of $500  or more  SHARES AND DEPOSITS GUARANTEED  under the Provincial Credit Union Share and  Deposit Guarantee Fund.  OFFICE HOURS:  IOjOO n.m. ��4.0Q p.m.  IOiOO a.m. "6IU0 p.m.  0,00 n.m.-2i00 p,m,  885-3255  Socholt, D.C,  CLOSED  MONDAYS  Sechelt and Gibsons may come into a  windfall of close to $7,000. Ii  The money wiU be forthcoming to the  villages if provincial government proposals  to restructure the per capita grant program  are approved by the legislature.  Between 1967 and 1971, the provincial per  capita grant to municipalities was based on  1966 census figures, Don Lockstead MLA  explained in a letter to the two councils.  "Additional per capita grant payments  will be made this year and next to cpm-  . pensate the municipalities for the loss incurred over the 1967-71 period," said the MLA  "This additional grant is provided to  growing municipalities to assist them in  delivering a high standard of services to their  residents and help them hold down property  The Peninsula times PageA-3  Wednesday, May 14,1975  ���aa���a��aaa�����s��������ds�����.�����aa������| "   ,   .   " 'il        '             i  taxes.  The per capita grant adjustments will  amount to $5.62, or a total of $3,318 for Sechelt  and $3:37 per capita, or a total of $6,528 for  Gibsons.  The legislature will be asked to approve  the adjustments, said Lockstead.  Just why is it you convince a man but  persuade a woman? >  i i V  jPMOfiE $��3-32.31  Birth Announcements   Personal  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  '     WESTERN DRUGS  ',... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  MR. & MRS. DONALD Menzel  are proud to announce the birth  of their 6 lb. 2 oz. baby boy  Gordon Robert on April 28th, 1975"  at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,  B.C. 11709-25  PENINSULA Cleaners  has  a  special on blankets 4 for $10.  886-2200 11676-26  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The�� Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at Thp  Times office. 1473-tf  Page A-4   The Peninsula Times     Wednesday. May 14,1975  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING   RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River   News   Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  Work Wanted  Coming Events  FIRST Monday of each month 2  -p.m. social gathering. Third  Monday of each month 2 p.m.  general meeting. Health Centre,  Gibsons. 11674-tfn  CHAMBER Orchestra starting in  Gibsons 4th June. Interested  players throughout Sechelt  Peninsula are invited to contact  Frances Gall 886-9318 evenings  after 8 p.m. 11741-25  GIBSONS May 16th 7:30 p.m. and  Sechelt May 17th 7:30 p.m.  Gospel music. Shekinah returns  to Glad Tidings Tabernacle.  Gibsons and Elementary School  Sechelt.. 11760-25  .IULY 10th Kathryn Kuhlman in  Vancouver. Anyone interested  in chartered bus call 886-  2660, 11761-25  Obituary  PAULL ��� Passed away May 8th,  1975, Reginald Paull, late of  Sechelt in his 69th year. Survived  by a sister Sarah Silvey, Egmont  and other relatives in Sechelt.  Funeral service was held  Saturday, May 10th.in Our Lady  of Lourdes Catholic Church  Sechelt. Interment Sechelt Indian Cemetery. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors. 11748-25  EVANS ��� Passed away May 7th,  1975, Ethel Irene Evans formerly of Gibsons', B.C., in her  75th year. Survived by a son John  Russell, 1 sister Mrs. Gwendoline  Lean, 1 brother George Short and  4 grandchildren. Funeral service  was held Monday, May 12th at St.  Bartholomew's Church Gibsons.  Rev. J. Lowe officiated. Harvey  Funeral Home Directors. 11749-25  CLAYDON ��� Passed away May  8th, 1975, Clara Louise Claydon  late of Garden Bay, B.C. in her  66th year. Survived by her loving  husband Fred, 1 brother Emil of  Vernon and 1 sister Elsie, Pen-  ticton. Funeral service was held  Tuesday, May 13th in Royal  Canadian Legion Hall, Pender  Harbour. Rev. N.J. Godkin-officiated, Interment Forestview  Cemetery. Harvey Funeral  Home^Directors. 11750-25  SORENSON ���' Passed away  May 9th, 1975, Gregory Blaine  Sorenson late of Grantham's  Landing, in his 20th year. Survived by his mother Mrs. Mary  Doray and father Mr. Gordon  Sorenson, 2 sisters Moirin and  April, 1 brother Gordon and his  grandparents, Funeral service  ��� ��� was held on May 12th at Harvey  Funeral Home Gibsons. Rev, P.  Teichroeb officiated. Interment  Seaview Cemetery. 11763-25  Card off Thanks  MERE THANKS do not seem  enough to voice our appreciation to all who helped to get  the mini bus Into operation. Many,  do not have transportation  otherwise. I am writing on behalf'  of i all who use the bus, Betsy  Palmer, Roberts Creek.  11755-25  Personal  BAHAI'S believe  In  universal  peace and universal education.  885-9450 or 000-2070.        11663-ttn  DEAR "H" what kept you? I  waited for hours after our  appointment but you showed not.  Please call mo soon, Yours faithfully "G". 11729-25  BACKHOE    available    septic  tanks   sold,   and   installed.  Phone 886-2546.     - 10513-tf  WINDOW CLEANING 886-2034 or  886-2737. Anytime, Satisfaction  , guaranteed. 11669-26  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry,   painting   and   light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516       2285-tfn  SECHELT ��� Septic ��� Sump  Siphon Service; Ph. (112) 921-  9644 for service. Ph. call charge  deducted from service charge.  Call anytime after 6 p.m., Jack  Hill proprietor. 11601-25  FURNACE    installations    and  burner       service.       Free  estimates. Ph. 886-7111.      36-tfn  WILL butcher, dress or cut your  meat or game, your place or  mine. Phone 883-9045     3044-tfn  PEERLESS     Tree    Services.  Benefit from experience, tree  work   guar,   and   insured.   J.  Risbey, 885-2109. 11386-tfn  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  Crichton. 883-2312.        1365-ttn  BENOIT  LePage  Contracting,  carpentry and painting. Ph.  886-9561. 11475-25  ATTENTION! WiU babysit long  week-end in May, if you want to  go away and leave the kids with  me. Good refs.Ph. 885-3322.11595-  25  TRACTOR with loader available  for     landscaping,    grading,  levelling, etc. Also hauling and  general clean-up. Ph. 885-  3382. 11600-25  SPRING cleaning, 1 or 2 men  with Vfe ton truck will do hauling  or work at anything. Ph. 886-9907.  _ 11642-25   ��� i ��> ��  CARPENTER for hire, framing,  finishing etc. Ph. 885-9510 after  6 p.m. 11648-25  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance, lawn cutting, rubbish  remov. tree cutting. Free est.  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone 886-  95031 11717-tfn  NEW Canadian citizen  wants  work in Pender Harbour area.  Will do anything for low wages.  Call Wayne C.Singh 883-  9929. 11756-25  Member, Audi! Bureau  of Circulation*  September 30. 1973  Gross Circulation  4446  Paid   Circulation   3894  As  filed  with  the  Audit   Bureau  of  Circulation,   subject  to   audit.  Clanified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion         $150  Three Insertions  $3.00  Extro Lines (4 words) 50c  '.Display'Ad-Briels S3.00 per column  inch)  ���Box Numbers   . ..  . 50c extra  Legal  or  Reader  advertising   40c  per count  line.  Deaths. Card ol Thanks. In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement notices are S5.00 (up to  14 lines'ijand 50c per line alter that.  Hour  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  '���    regular classified rotes.  Ad-Briefs   must   be   paid   for   in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area     Outside Local Area  U.S.A   Overseas   .    Senior Citizens,  Local Arco .  Single Copies    .57.00 yr.  $8.00 yr.  $10.00 yr.  $11.00 yr.  :... $6.oo   15e  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  o "wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference-  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted 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 poid for at the applicable rate.  A composition chorge is mode, for advertising accepted ond put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at on hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in oil display advertising and  other material oppeoring in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times  Permission to reproduce -wholly or in port and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by o photographic or offset, process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in low.  Help Wanted  For Rent  HANDYMAN exp. in carpentry,  plumbing and elec. to help  remodel. Reasonable. (112) 684-  1783. 11753-25  EXPERIENCED legal secretary  for new law practice on  Peninsula. Salary negotiable.  Comm. June 1. Write "Station  L", Box 58055, Vancouver. 11618-  25  For Rent  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn  GIBSONS. Rooms in co-op house.  Phone 886-7988, 11686-26  MAPLE   Crescent   Apts.   1662  School Rd., Gibsons.  Suites.  Heat and cablevision incl. Reas.  886-7836. 11716-tfn  Help Wanted  LOTS  Davis Bay, Laurel Street  Lots 11 and 12  corner lot ��� $13,500 * inSiae lot ��� $12,500  BOTH AT $22,500  [until May 18]  Phone 886-7320  AVON has .an open territory in  Roberts Creek, Halfmoon Bay  and, Sechelt. Sell part-time or  full-time to earn extra money. No  experience required. CaU: 885-  2183 or 339-2617 collect.   11491-tfn  LABOURERS   for   part   time  work.     Phone    and    transportation   necessary.   Morries  Concrete. 885-9413. 11719-25  RESPONSIBLE mature person  to work afternoon shift. Service  station. Phone Harold 886-  9962,    11725-25  TAXI Drivers experienced or  inexp, will train, male or  female, fulj or part time in  Pender Harbour or Sechelt area.  Must be bondable and reliable  885-3115 C-Cab (formerally  Sechelt Taxi) mornings  only. 11751-25  MAN   REQUIRED   for   form  rental business and concrete  basements.   Full   time   om-  Cloyment, Some experience In  uildlng necessary. Must have  driver's licence and own transportation. Plen.se call 885-  2012. 11738-25  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL REE: 687-6445  Excellont vlow homo In ono ol our rosldontlal aroas, This Gowor Point  homo Is attractively prlcod at $38,900,00, Full basomont with 3  bodrooms,  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (OtH HIGHWAY  101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  LARGE 4 BEDROOM AND DEN HOME ON RUDY LAKE -  Built In 1974 ond lop quality In ovory rospocl, This fully carpolod homo  haa mony deluxe loaturos including corport, largo workshop and  prlvato Ileal, Full prlco l�� $75,000,00 wllh ono third down,  JRANDNEW ROSTANDBEAM ALL CEDAR HOME,-,,! 120�����  sq, It,,' 2 111, nnd dun, Stono F,l\, wall to woll carpeting, magnlllconl  vlow    i nnd      southorn      oxposufo,      Iho      prlco      Is      vory  raanonnblu , , , $47,500,00  LAGOON ROAD BEAUTY     A modorn 2 bodroom homo  wllh wnll to wall corpou and sundock oil llvlno room, Thl�� l�� porfoct lor  n (nmlly wanting lo hoi closo to schools, shops, and mooroflo, Full prlco  $34,300,00  SERVICED     LOTS     W��   havo    sovoral,    prlcod    Iron,  $11,000,00  15 ocros of oxcollont soil with 2 bodroom houso, Approximately 3.5  acros cloarod and loncod with largo duck pond. Proporty has boon  logged but attractlvo grovos ol troos hovo boon loft, To oxploro this  proporty Is to buy It I   <��� ,  Park Rdi Whoro tho action Is moving lo, 2 flvo parcols, oach 420 fl, of  road frontaao, roady for development, como in and ask about thoso for  all details.  Hlllcrost Rd: Vlow lots, cloarod, roady lor building on, underground  sorvlcos, tho best lots loft In Iho Vlllago, $13,500,00,  North Rd: 5 acros with 1200 sq, fl, houso, also small ronlablo cottago,,  plus barn, F.P, $60,000,00,  South Flotchor Rdi Noat starter homo on good lot on lowor road,  $33,500.00. ,....,  Solma Park i 2 yoar old 2 bodroom, fireplace, dining room, utility,  workshop and carport, Closo lo Socholt, Immaculately llnlshod,  $35,000,00 Dominion lease land, ' ,  Gibsons Vlllogoi Goorgoous vlow from this older I bodroom home, Has  good potontlol $27,000,00, $7,000,00 down,  LangdaloChlnosiGood building lots with vlow, prices from $10,000,00,  $13,500,00 Paved roods underground services,  PAN-A-BODE     2 nR on low bonk watorlronl lot, A good  buy at $47,500,00  t  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� 67 ACRES '- I200o|  boach ���-- wntor access only ��� - goad moorage ��� pull Price $30,000,  VIEW   .   HOME      ON      SECLUDED      ACRE - Overlooks  Molnsplnn Strait, 2 bedrooms on main and two In basement, A nlco  homo lor someone, $32,000 00  WATERFRONT LOT -   In Bargain Hoibour offering 100'  doop niooKui" and lovol building slto, This lot is serviced and a good  buy nl $29,800,00  PHONE 003-2794  John Broon  003-9970  JockHormon  003-2745  Near now mobile homo wllh extension on concrete slab wllh 31 crawl  space, LR Is 17x20 with'acorn llroplacol Very attractive development  on nice lot $32,500,00 firm,  North Fletcher Rdi 3 bdrm family homo on large v|ew lot overlooking  Mown Sound, flroplaco, 3 sots of sliding glass doors, 'sunblock aro |usl  some of the fonturosto satisfy your home life, F,P, $37,500,00, SEE OS  FOR A MORTGAGE TOO,   '  Soames Polnli Here's a buy close to a rool hrinch aroa, pari bsmt, 3  bdrms, low taxes and ot today's price $32,000,00,      '  WATERFRONT, SECLUSION, and SHELTERED ANCHORAGE looluros ihli  00 acre parcel of land on Nolsori Island at Hidden llasln, 1300 ft, of  wnlerfronlage and few from stormy weather, You have to soo it |o  believe II, , ���  pratl Rdi I bdrm homo on 90' lot, nowly renovated, cosy and ready for  a couple, F,|>, $22,500,00 Cash,  Over 1200 fool ��� 3 large bedrooms, 1-1/2 bn|hroom��, lovely v|ow,   largo lot, $36,500,00,      "'"  WRITE OR DROP IN FOR OUR FREE  PROPERTY BROCHURE   _ _ _kL3JJ.N G S    W A N T E D_��� _  ���K, A.,Crosby   006-209(1 J, W, VUwr 005-3300  Don Sutherland  005-9362 ' AnnoGurnoy flflft.2164  PARK-LIKE setting, year round  ' lodging, monthly rates. 3 apts.,  1 cabin, all furnished. Pender  Hhrbour area. References  rehired. Ph. 883-2407.     11610-25  4 NEW large offices ready to  rent. Air conditioned, individual, controlled heat, over  Gibsons Building Supplies store,  next to Sunnycrest Shopping  Plaza. Please contact R. G. or  Mrs. ...A. Fitchett 886-7833 till 5  p.m. thereafter 886-9970. 11641-25  RETAIL store and warehouse  Seaside      Plaza      Gibsonst  Available immediately. Ph. 886-  2268. 11754-25  Wanted to Rent  GIBSONS ��� SecheltT~house~ or  cabin. Responsible Gov. employee. Refs. Phone Joanne 885-  2288. 11730-25  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK. B.C. -1  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 1 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  .,.v ������.-'     MOBILE HOMES  1. 1970 Olympian, 12x48', fully skirted..with 8x12' porch. Located at  RL&B Trailer Court at Lily (Poq) Lake, Madeira, Park. Immediate  possession. $8,250.  2. 1973 Safeway Double wide mobile home. 24x56' (without hitch). 3  BR. faniily room, shag carpet, master BR ejisuite. $25,000.  LOW PRICED HOME  lao'-s    an .,..,,*.    _-_^a   ti     '  ��.JtmU ��*1      *i't *3     - * )&'  5**��  **7%. i���a  3S&& -kvfc- AS!  ��. *a      ��'  "ttf *\  MADEIRA PARK  10 year old 2 bdrm home on landscaped lot with fruit trees  Close to  schools, stores, marinas and P.O. Room for additional bedrooms in  basement. Fridge, range, washer and dryer included. $39,500.00  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  5 yr( old, 870 sq. ft. 2 BR'cedar home, furnished, view of Harbour,  partial basement, covered sundeck, double carport, fireplace, shag  carpets, all appliances. On a large, treed semi-waterfront lot, southern  exposure, good garden. Close to stores, marinas and Post Office. A  perfect retirement home. $57,500.  ACREAGE  1. Approx. 5 ACRES with 2 BR home, separate garage and workshop.  On hwy. 101. Middle' Point. $35,000.  2. 19.9 ACRES of nicely treed property with furnished one BR cottage.  On Hwy. 101 Middle Point. $42,000.  3. Approx. 5 ACRES fronting on Hwy. 101 at Kleindale. Possible subdivision site. $25,000.  4. Approx. 17.5 ACRES, many possible building sites with view of Gulf.  4miles south of Pender Harbour at Middle Point on Hwy. 101. $35,000.  5. WOOD BAY ��� approx. 21 acres of nice Gulf view property, approx.  630' frontage on Hwy.  101. $45,000.  6   Near Wood Bay��� 11.79 treed ocres.  Partially cleared, has dug  well, good access .from Hwy. ,101.$30,000.00.    WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY  1.32 acres with approx. 160' of deep, sheltered woterfrontt Approx.  1,125 Sq. ft. 3 BR home with master BR ensuite, fireplace, sundecks.  Panoramic view of Harbour. Some furniture included. Good float, 15'6"  K&C boat with 50 HP Mercury outboard, boat house with marine ways.  $115,000.  WATERFRONT HOME SILVER SANDS  Approx. 500' excellent low bank Gulf waterfront, 9.8 acres. Comfortable 3 BR home, stone fireplace. 4th BR. recreation room and  powder room on lower level. Private marine railway for hauling boat  into basement shop. $168,000.  ��� ��   GARDEN BAY ��� HOME WITH SUITE  985 sq. ft. home, built 1966, 2 B.R. and den, sundeck, corport, self  contained bachelor suite in basement. On landscaped, level lease lot.  ,$37,900.00.  WATERFRONT HOME��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133' choice deep, sheltered waterfront with float. 2 BR home, approx.  900 sq. ft. with full basement, 1 1/2 bathrooms, fireplace, rec room,  sundeck, carport. $77,000.  3 BR HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ROAD  940 sq. ft. 3 BR home on 2.33 acres with creek. New roof and siding.  Low taxes. $38,009,  PANABODE HOME ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 BR Panabode home, built 1971, full basement, brick fireplace, level  lot with 70' frontage on Womock Road. $35,000.  SEMI-WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Approx. 1,365 sq, ft, ��� Cedar home, built 1974 ��� 3 BR, full basement,  w/w carpel, double carport, very largo sundeck, stone fireplace, Living  room and dining room havo opon boom cellihgs, mastor BR has full  onsulto plumbing. Situated on soml-watorfront vlow lot. Southorn  oxposuro, $69,500, .  FURNISHED COTTAGE - GARDEN BAY  ComlorlobU 2 OR coltogoon 2 larrjo toa��* lots, looms havo opprox, \t\  yonrs mmnlnlnp plus 20 yoar option, Clo^o to storos, marinas and post  olllco, $12,900,  DON LOCK  Roa. 003-2526  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ron, 003-2233  BUSINESS OPPOR  BEAVER ISLAND MOTEL ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  4 unit Motel, built 1973. floots. 3 rental boats & motors, bait pond, net  shed. 1465 sq. ft. home with 3 BRs. fireplace, full basement, sundeck.  On approx. 250' choice waterfront on Bargain Harbour, approx. 4  acres. $195,000.  VACANT STORE ��� MADEIRA PARK  Vacant store buildmg and adjoining one B.R. living quarters at Madeira  Park. Newly decorated. Includes counters, shelving, freezer1; meat  cooler ond other misc. store equipment. One acre land, across the  street from shopping centre. Good location for store or offices. Immediate possession. $62,500.  CLAYTON    MARINA ���GARDEN BAY  Apprqx. 1.2 acres with 220 ft. deep, sheltered waterfront. 1.34 acre  long term foreshore lease, 487 lineal ft. floots. marine ways. 882 sq. ft.  welding and repair shop, modern 654 sq. ft. building (new 1974)  containing office, store, washrooms, and coin laundry. Owner's 3 B.R.  home with full basement. This marina could be expanded in numerous  woys. An excellent buy at $247,000.       %  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 ocres. approx. 660 waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's  three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out). Standard  Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching ramp, 8 rental boots and 7  motors, camper space, room for expansion. $275,000.  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONT  Approx, 3 1/2 acres with approx, 500 ft. sheltered watorfrontago ���  wator, hydro ond road accoss, An oxcollont parcel, $ 100,000,  LOTS  1,    BARGAIN   HARBOUR���approx.    1   1/2  ocro,   nlcoly trood and  secluded, 35'x 10'one BR mobile homo, Immediate possosslon.  $35,000,  2' NARROWS ROAD-good building lots noar Madolra .Park,  $9,000 to $11,000,  3, GARDEN BAY ESTATES-sorvlcod lots, somo with vlow, In this  aroa of flno homos, $7,500 to $11,900,  4, MADEIRA PARK���Sorvlcod lots, most with vlow, closo to school,  storos, P.O, and marinas, $0,000 to $22,000,  5, WARNOCK ROAD, FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 2 oxcollont building lots  - sorvlcod, lovol, good gardon aroa, $10,500 ooch,  6, NARROWS ROAD-Approx, throo quarter aero of lovol land with  on oxcolljoht vlow ol Harbour, 400' to wator, Sorvlcod wllh wator  ond .tydi'cf, $22,000, (  7, EARL COVE - largo lovol lot, cornor of Jorvis Inlot Rd, and Hwy,  101, $11,000,  0, OARDEN BAY- sorvlcod vlow lot on Gardon Bay Road In Gordon  Oay, Drlvoway In ond lovol building slto cloarod, $1 IjOOO,|  9, SINCLAIR 0AY ROAD-Soml-walorlront vlow lots with nood vlow  of Harbour, $0,500 to $15,500, I  10, OYSTER1   OAY   WATERFRONT   LOT-Appro*,    100'   watorfront,  Wostorly oxposuro, $21,000,  11.'BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT LOT -Approx, 00 ft, blulf  ^.wotorlront lot, Sorvlcod wltltwator-andhydro-drlvoway Iri;* bi)|ldlno"  silo cloarod, oxcollont vlow, $23,000,  12, EARL COVE      lot No, 21 ��� larflo lot, somo vlow, Sorvlcod with  hydro, $10,000,  APPROX.) 900' WATERFRONT ��� PENDER HARBOUR  14,04 Ac'ros wllh approx, 1,900' sholtorod watorlronl, 3 OR  homo prodonlly bolng romodollod, plus small cottago .uaiti for offlco,  This proporty has an oxcollont largo bay and would possibly mako a  largo marina with good accoss from Hwy, 101, $165,000,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� GUNBOAT BAY  Approx, 4 acros on Hwy, |0| noar Madolra Pnrh wM approx, 160'  wnloifront - sholtorod moorago, $57,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  1,204 sq, ll, 3 OR homo, built IW, Codar construction, Approx,, fl|'  good, doop watorlronl, Float, Southorn oxposuro, oxcollont vlow,  $115,000,  FISHING CHARTER BOATS AND BUSINESS  2 fully equipped Fibreglass boats. 37' and 28 , operating a cruising,  fishing and water taxi service in Pender Harbour. Present owner  y/illing to operate on share basis for one season. $100,000.  HARDWARE STORE BUSINESS  Well stocked hordware ond gift store located in new shopping centre at  Modeira Park. Doing an excellent business and growing. Business,  fixtures ond equipment - $35,000, FIRM. Plus cosh for stock.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  9 modern units with kitchens, 2 sleeping units - all need painting and  decorating. Located in a beautiful setting on 4.34 acres with approx.  800' waterfront on Lagoon and approx. 200' woterfront on Ruby Lake.  Hwy. 101 runs through property. Existing agreement for sale ot 9%.  Asking price well below replacement cost of land ond buildings.  $105,000. :   READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in.the.Pender Harbour area with 2 ready-mix trucks, one  dump truck, one loader, grovel crushing & screening plant, grovel  lease. $110,000. ;:  EGMONT  SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  WATERFRONT HOME ��� RUBY LAKE  Deluxe home, built 1974, on opprox. 160' choice lokefront. 4 BRs and  den, fireplace, sundeck. W/W carpeting, carport, float and Idrge  separate workshop. A beautiful home and property. $75,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  1. 100' lokefront lot, unfinished cottage. $26,500.  2. Approx. 70' lakefront lot, adjoins above. $18,900.  3. Turtle Bay ��� 3 BR cottage, approx. 300' lokefront, approx. 4 1/2  acres leased land. $16,000.  4. Approx. 25.acres, approx. 1,250' lakefront, 4 BR furnished Panabode  home, floats & boats. $105,000.  5. Approx. 9 ocres, approx. 410, choice lokefront, $50,000,  6. 2 BR furnished cottage, guest cabin, on 1.34 acres leased land with  approx. 175' sheltered waterfront. $16,900.  7. On 116' deep, sheltered lakefront with float. 3 BR summer home ���  1,197 sq. ft, with 3 piece bathroom, fireplace,  largo sundock on 2  sides. Guest cottage ��� 396 sq. ft,, 4 boots, boat houso, floats, diesel  light plant. Westerly exposure. Wator accoss only. $50,000.  RUBY LAKE  1, 119' lakolront lot with lurnlshod one BR cottago. Road accoss.  $32,500,  2, 104' cholco lakofront, float, largo trood lot, 2 BR cottago with 1/2  , bathroom, $42,000,  3, Lot 27 soml watorfront vlow lot $8,500,  APPROX. 120 ACRES ��� RUBY LAKE  Approx, 120 acros of oxcollont land, 400' watorfront on Ruby Lako,  opprox. 2600' watorfront on lagoon, 2 houses, prosontly rontod, 8,  trallor spaces, $180,000,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx,   1,000'  good  watorfront   with  sovoral  boachos  and  bays,  Contains approx. 42 acros, Crook through property, 3 BR lurnlshod  homo, full basomont, oil furnaco, Accoss from Egmont Road, Excollont  marina or rosort slto, Full prlco $175.Q00, Existing agroomonl for salo'  $100,000 at 8 porcont,  APPROX. 600' WATERFRONT  Approx, 7 acros wllh approx. 600' watorfront ad|olnlng Iho Egmont  Morlna, Pavod Maplo Rood runs through proporty, $100,000,  ~353'WATERFRONT*  Approx, 353' watorfront wllh doop, sholtorod moorago on 9,2 acros of  trood land, Accoss by trail or wator, $35,000,    j  F!  SECRET COVE ACREAGE  20 ocros yvtth opprox. 200 It, watorfront In Socroi Covo wllh crook and  ^^nn~�����  $70,000,  WATERFRONT LOTS  SEASIDE VILLAGE ^SECHELT  Moor now 3 BR homo,  flroplaco; ��oparo|o gnrogn, Excollont homo   " locllltlos, $43,000;  Noar now 3 BR homo,  flroplaco; soparoio on  for roflrflmonl ��� no ifnid fo climb, Closo in all |n  BUILDING LOTS  SANDY HOOK ROAD -- Lot 94 -   boil vlow lot In Sandy Hook, Lovol  trood lot, sorvlcod with wotor ond hydro, $12,000,  PAT SLADEY  Ron. 003-9019  DAN WILEY  Ros, 1)03-9149  y  ���w  1, Lot M has approx, ,06 acros ond 275' wotorlront, al ond of Eureka  Ploco, Tho Unost marlno vlow, soloctlvoly cloarod ond lovol, S|oon cliff  to rocky boach, $30,000, .  ( ..'  2,, Two ad|o|nlng vlow c||f| watorfront lots on Rodroofls Rood - oach  approx, \ 1/2 acros, 100* watorfront, Good v|ow ol Gulf, $17,000 ooch,  LARGE ACREAGE-$1,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, opprox, 160 acros, sltualod approx, 1 1 /4 mllos abovo Jtwy,  I0| nonr tlalfmoan Bay, Accoss by old logging rood, Trails and toads  throughout tho proporty, nlcoly trood usahlo land, Oulildo land fiocm.  oioa . posslblo subdivision silo, $|60,000, THEY SAY  THAT'SERVICE'  IS AN  OLD FASHIONED  CONCEPT .. .  QUALITY HOME  #3371.  All the advantages of  waterfront property without'  waterfront taxes. Expansive  view,, of Georgia Straits.  Good beach, minimal  rainfall. Landscaped, 110 sq.  ft. quality home on 1/2 acre.  $30,000 down        ,and  agreement of sale for  balance. $63,000 full price.  JACK WARN. 886-2681 eves.  DELUXE *  WEST SECHELT  ' _ ������ ] #3329 ''.,.  Beautifully finished; 2 storey  home, 3 large bedrooms,  one ensuite plumbing, plus  2nd .,full bathroom, and  lower floor washroom.  Separate dining room, large  s.unken living room with  feature stone wall and  fireplace. Genuine price  reduction to $68,500, approximately $33,000 down.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463  eves.  VIEW LOT  (IMPROVED)  ,,(..  #3381  Paved street a|so lane  access on village sewer and  water.   '   '."''    '  $13,200.00  DWELLING:     2    bedrooms,  standard    bathrooms,    220  volt wiring. A/O furnace.  8,300.00  Listed price  $21,500.00  We    have    the    key.    C.R.  GATHERCQLE.    q   686-2785  eves.  Guess1 that makes us old fashioned. ,We think service  makes plain sense ��� it's just good manners. -Our concept  of service goes'much further than that, though. Drop in for  'a free catalogue and some old fashioned friendliness.  ' WECANHELP  EASY LIVING  #3382  Lawns, gardens; fruit trees,  and nearly on acre of lovely.  Woods surround this concrete .sited mobile, home,  with some outbuildings too.  Only $29,500 full prfce.  JACK WHITE, 886-2935 eves.  HAVE  A SPLASHING  GOOD TIME!  #3110  A heated 20x40 swimming  pool, a 4 bedroom modern  home plus a good income.  Interested? Phone for  details or see our catalogue.  BOB KENT;  885-9461   eves.  ��� E.8 0.E.--      .      :'���  FOR MORE ��� ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  BIG LOT ���     '>  PICTURESQUE HOME  #3382  1.2 acres lawn and garden,  stream at one end, driveway  and carport. Picture a low  lying bungalow amidst  flowers and trees, in immaculate condition in and  out, shake roof, big living  room with a fireplace, 3  bedrooms, bright kitchen,  modern bathroom, utility  and plenty of storage space.  ' Work shop behind; Listed for  $3?;56b. must be sold. JACK  WHITE , 886-2935 eves.  PHONE:  * Sechelt: 885-2235  * Vancouver: 689-<5838  We're at the corner of Trail and Cowrie, in Sechelt.  WE CAN GET IT    .  FOR YQU WHOLESALE  ^3394-98  Five (5) riew homes in an  exclusive subdivision at  Halfmoon Bay. Nearly  completed but in an "as is"  basis priced from S33.500 to  $42,600. 2 and 3 bedrooms,  some with basement and  and with fireplaces up and  down, All lots fully serviced  and the lots are. large and  treed. PAT MURPHY, 885-  9487 eve's.  RELAXED) RECREATION  -   OR RETIREMENT  ' #3362  Cozy two bedroom home  (fireplace, electric-heat) on  landscaped acre lot with one  hundred feet of waterfront  facing south on Georgia  Strait. Outbuildings include  guest cottage, carport, etc.  Only 20 minutes from  Langdale on renowned  Sunshine Coast. $775,000  full prize. DON HADDEN.  885-2235 24 hours.  Wanted to Rent  HOUSE or apt. in Sechelt for  responsible  adults with  one  child. For approx. 6 mts. 883-  2595. 11687-26  3    B.R.    unfurm.    for    immed. occupancy. Family with 3  children. Phone (112) 894-  6690.  11764-27  HIGHSCHOOL teacher requires  3 or 4 B.R. house beginning this  summer. Prefer rental but  consider purchase. Write Box  1082 Sioux Lookout, Ontario. POV  2T0. 11672-26  Real Estate ,  SANDY waterfront.' 60 ft. lot,  sandy beach.- Wilson Creek on  Dom. lease. 2 B.R. bath, L.R.  with F.P. Dinette off large kitchen. Fully insulated. 10 yrs. old.  Excellent buy. Call 885-9384 or  (112)926-3771v*- 11758-25  Real Estate  Rear Est ate  Real Estate  Real Estate  TRADES CONSIDERED  3 bedroom, separate dining  room, full basement, deluxe  home. Choice view lot  overlooking Sechelt .-Inlet, convenient to the arena and Village  of Sechelt. Many features. Phone  885-2894 or 885-9851.  10921-tfn  REDROOFFS    ESTATES.    .57  acre    of    beautifully    treed  property with a natural building  site. All services. $8700.885-  9002. 11711-27  GIBSONS��� 3 B.R. home, 7 years  . old, 2 full bathrooms, 1500 sq.  ft., 1 floor, mostly w-w, full  basement with fin. rec. room,  carport, sundeck. 7 per .cent  mortgage, $145 P.I.T., $55,900,  cash to mortgage of $12,900.1172  Gower Pt. Rd. Ph. 886-7173.11627-  25  I  -  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  FOR SALE by owner, two Bdrm.  s. by s. duplex. Trueman Road,  Gibsons. 886-7748, after 5 p.m.  ��� ,11658-26  TUWANEK. Beautiful view lot %  block to  beach.  Water  and  hydro. Phone 885-3332.     11665-26  THE CHOICEST LOTS  WATERFRONT AND SEMI W-F  ARE IN  CELETA   ���   WEST SECHELT  Natural parklike surroundings.  Fantastic view. 200 ft. good beach  .  area. Fully serviced.  Phone OWNER 885-9796  11762-25  $MILLION   view,   Davis   Bay.  Prime building lot, Rl zoning.  Close to beach and school. Offers  to $14,900. Ph. 885-9534.    11587-25  WEST    Sechelt,    seven-tenths  acre, Wakefield Rd. area. Ph.  885-2770 or 885-2039 after 6  p.m. 11602-25  LANGDALE���Level   residential  lot, all services, excellent view,  $14,500 F.P. Ph. 921-9175 or 298-  7360 collect. 11605-25.  REDROOFFS. Vz acre 80x260.  Hydro, telephone, paved roads.  $8500 firm. 885-2522 or 885-  3165. 11724-27  22 ACRES ON GARDEN BAY RD. ��� PENDER HARBOUR  Fenced, under hay, 2 yr-round streams, 2 B.R. home like new, super 5-  stall stables, loafing shed, riding ring & grandstand; This is something  special $139,500.  3.83 Acres adjacent to above Ranch  $22,500  60x 110 SEAVIEW LOT ON SARGENT RD. ��� GIBSONS ��� $13,250  SANDYHOOK* PORPOISE BAY IN SECHELT  See  this  delightful  area with  Tillicum Marina   just   up  the   road.  Waterfront lot $22,900. Semi-waterfront lot $9,900 (terms).  DUPLEX ON MARINE DRIVE ��� GIBSONS  This must be a buy at $39,500. 2 B.R. suite and 1 B.R. suite both self-  contained and beautifully remod. Revenue $310 monthly. Taxes $242.  Bert Barnes: 922-5010  Frank Larsen: 921-7395  E CORP. LID.  #205,2438 Marine Dr., West Vancouver  93.6-3256  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  75x228  Joyce,  SECHELT AND AREA  REDROOFFS RD.  semi waterfront lot, View of Vancouver Island, Call Doug  SECHELT VILLAGE  Close lo shopping, schools etc, Now 3 bodroom full basement, double  plumbing w lo w throughout, largo sundeck, carport, Move In Immediately, asking $47,900. Call Ed Bakor,  Vancouver Direct Line 685-5544  PHONE 885-2241  VIEWLOT    ���  OVERLOOKING TRAIL ISLANDS  Thoso largo lots with southern exposure are located just off Mason Rd.  in a choice residential area, Lots of good soil for gardening. Fully  serviced including sewer, Priced from $12,200, Call Len or Suianno  Van 'Egmond,  BUILDING LOT  In Socholt Vlllago, cloarod, sorvlcod, paved road, lano at roar, all now  homos In aroa, F.P. $11,000, Call Davo Roborts.  21 ACRES- TROUT LAKE AREA  Zoned 5 aero holdings, Yoar round crook  through proporty,  F,P,  $47,500. Call Jack Andorson, s  Almost 1 aero ol cleared land In tho Vlllago of Socholt, Excellent vlow.  F,P, $17,000, Call Stan Andorson.  FOUR BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  On a nowly pavod stroot In Wost Socholt, Aroa of now homos and largo  75' x 150' lots, Homo features: formal dining living area with flroplaco,  largo family-living room, cablnot kltchon and soparato laundry room,  Largo walk-In closets In master bodroom, 4 piece bath, largo garago  and workshop, Prlcod In mid 50's, Call lo vlow, Davo Roberts,  2 BEDROOM COTTAGE  Located In tho heart of Socholt, An Immaculalo cottago rqcontly  ronovalod on a Hal lovol lot, Room for expansion, F,P, $23,500, Call  Stan Andorson, ,  ..     sUNSHINEHE|GHTS  Now Vlow Homo, Closo to boal moorago and good fishing. 1296 sq, ft,  ol Doluxo living, cloublo plumbing, Largo Quoons Bathroom, Sundock,  Drive.In Garago, Soporoto Dining Room, Flroplaco. Ownor must soil,  Try your of|ors<, Vlow wllh Ed (lakor, 005'2640,  VIEWLOT  Spoctaculai vlow lol overlooking Socholl Inlot, Lovol and roady to build,  In aroa ol now homos and walking distance ot now arona, F,P,  $16,000,00, Call mil Montgomory,  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  SELMA PARK  Largo rosldontlal lot, 140' frontage, Serviced, lovol & roady to build  on, F,P, $15,000, Call Ed Bakor,  Vlow lot| fully sorvlcod and beautifully trood, Approximately 1/2 aero,  F,P, $16,000, Call Doug Joyco.  4,6 ACRES  Hydro, wator nvalloblo on property, Your allor may bo satisfactory,  Cnll fid Bakor, '        ,  """ SMALL FARM WITH ORCHARD '  -Rniso and grow your own food on Ihi. 4,6cicrorof foncod "moaddwlri'  Wusl Socholt, A 5 slanehloruow born with hayloft,, 4 car girago and  workshop, Small cottago and a modorn 3 bodroom homo wllh n roally  lorgo (arm,kltchon, A O lurnnco, Ono mllo Irom school, Prlcod woll at  $59,500, Good torn,*, Call lon Von Egmond,  ZONED RESIDENTIAL LOTS  Both hnvo viow ond aro trood, Both aro cornor lots and aro fully sorvlcod 97 X 100    flat and oaiy lodovolop, Lol B $11,500,, Lot A $9,000,  Call Sinn Andorson,... ,.,   WES1 SECHELT  Trood R2 Lot, Irontogo on Nnr-Wo��| Boy Rd,  nllnwod, f,|', $9,S00, Call Jock Andorson,  nlco building ��lto, trallors  WEST SECHELT  Approxlmntoly nno arm mobllo homo lot In Wost Socholt, Southorn  oxposuro with vlow to Vancouvor Island, Cloar and lovol wllh somo  nlco linns, Walor nnd power, $12,900, Cnll Uin Von Egmond,  penderTi^bour  ..Approx. 1.1 2ncioi wllh 7 5. walor If onl. Bosldo Pondor Harbour Hotol,,  Ttisy (ncosslownloi, A bargain al $33,500, Call Davo Roborls,  Davo KnlMirtu  Evos, Phono ni).V2973  lon or Suionno Van Egmond  Evos, Phono nnn?fti)3  mil Montgomory  Evas, {.(.6,2006  """'St ri n7sntffi7"ion  fives, Phono 085-2309  JrirK Andmson  Evn��,nfi3-?033  Doug Joyco  Fvos.rhnnoBMWl  Ed Dakar  Evos, Phono QI15-2641  NEW FULL BASEMENT WILSON CREEK  This Homo Under Construction  2 bodrooms on main floor. Flroplaco up and down, Double soalod  windows, sundock and carport, soa vlow Iqt, F,P. $46,000, Call Jack  Andorson, '  DAVISBAY  Lovol, cloarod building lot with somo vlow, 00' x 219', Closo to schools  ond poor boach, F,P, $14,500, Call Bill Montgomory,  DAVIS BAY ���- 3 BEDROOM VIEW HOME  Doublo carport plus storage and work shop, automatic dlshwashor,  doluxo range, loads o| c'ablnots, largo laundry room, Corner flroplaco,  doublp windows, pavod drlvo, Homo Is rontod al $300.00 por month,  F,P, $49,500, Call Jack Andorson, ' ,  ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA  Uugo fully sorvlcod lots In now subdivision, Nlcoly trood with v|ow, F.P,  Approxlmntoly 5 trood aero*, 300 loot on highway, Gon'tlo southorn  dopo, F,l\ $25,900, Coll Jock Andorson,       ,  ROBERTS CREEK    '  1,12 acros on Lower Rd��� lots of troos, A good building slto, Coll Bill  sMontgomory, p.p. $13,000,00,  SECHELT INLET  SANDYHOOK     ,  look straight up Iho lnlo|, noouflful vlow,quiflt aroa, 2 lots In nowly  ckivolopod oroo, To bo sold separately or buy both al $21,000, Call Bill  Montgomory, ' '  SANDYHOOK     VIEWLOT  1'anornmlc v|ow ot Inlot, access to boach, wator and hydro, Must soil,  IT, $10,500,00, . ollofu, Call Ed Bokor,  GIBSONS & AREA  SHOAl LOOKOUT  .Jtoch ll booutllul, ospoclally whon It Is surrounded by ono of tho most  spoctneulot vlows In tho aroa, F.P, $19,900, Coll Doug Joyce,  NEW HOME  3 bedroom full basement home,  has double plumbing, attached  carport and sun deck. Close in  Sechelt location.  Contact owner   885-9851      10900-tfn  3 ACRES, year round creek, near  ice arena. F.P. $19,600. Ph. 885-  2568 or 885-2710 after 5:30  p.m. H630-tfn  LANGDALE. Building lot 79x135  level corner lot. AU services.  Scenic view of Howe  Sound.  $14,500886-9961. 11734-30  SECHELT. Semi W.F. serviced  lot. No. 37 Tsawcome. 20 yr.  prepaid lease $6500. (112) 463-  6429.  11739-27  WATERFRONT  3   B.R.   view   home.   Double  Etombing. Landscaped to good  each. Finished basement. A-O.  $49,500 terms.  1.33 parklike acres. 172 ft. W-F  cleared, secluded homesite.  Driveway. Pebble beach. $55,000  exclusive. Call Mrs. Corry Ross.  885-9250.  Cars & Trucks  FOR SALE all used auto parts  1960-1975. Phone 886-2449.  11707-tfn  '73 HONDA Chopper. Moulded  frame,   chrome   throughout,  View at Ponniebrook, site No. 9.  No. 2850. 11712-27  Business  orf unity  Motorcycles  L.E.KYLE  "REALTOR"  West Vancouver  922-1123  11720-27  ROBERT'S Creek waterfront lot.  Phone 885-9297. 11723-27  LANGDALE., Sunshine Coast.  ' Large serviced lot, can be  subdivided, breathtaking view,  beautiful-trees, 100 yards to quiet  sandy cove, beach and moorage.  Ideal for recreation and future  retirement. F.P. $22,000.  Principals only. Phone 886-7349.  11670-29  Cars & Trucks  ���72 FORD %��� ton. pickup. Sport  custom: Radio, p.s., p.b. Many  extras. 886-2673. 11745-27  '66 4 DR. PONTIAC Parislenne.  Good   running   order   $200.  Phone 883-2256. 11752-25  ���65 FORD Mustang 289 4 spd.  trans, Needs work. Phone .886-  9865,  11721-25  '64 METEOR, 4 dr. Good Condition. Phone 885-2140.  11726-25  '72 CL 100 Honda. Al Condition.  $450 or offers. Phone 885-  9022.         11757-27  Boats & Engines  MOVING have to sell 24 ft. f-g  plywood       cabin       cruiser  Chriscraft. I-B. $5000. or offers.  Phone 885-2135.  11657-26  SECHELT-14 ft. F.G. with 40  H.P.  elec. start,  completely  ready to go, $1500. Ph. (112) 261-  2191.  11603-25  McCULLOCHO.B. 3% H.P. Good  condition. Phone 886-2581.  11718-25  16  FT.PLYWOOD  boat  needs  work,"with trailer and 5 HP.  Johnson. Offers. 885-2140.11728-25  '71     14     ft.     THERMOGLAS  Runabout. 55 H.P. Evinrude.  Full    canopy,    spare    tanks.  Trailer. 885-2100. 11705-25  14ft     HOURSTON    40    E?.  Johnson. Elec. Trailer. Exc.  cond. $1495 or offer. 885-2610.    11713-25  17% ft: glaspar voivo i-B-;'  O-B on trailer. $3500. Phone  885-9035. 11736-25  14' PLYWOOD F-G bottom, 25  H.P. Evinrude, 1970, makeshift'  trailer, gas tank, rod holders,  controls, st. wheel. .$650. o.n.o.  Phone 885-9423. 11737-28  12.FT.  F-G  SANGSTER hull,  12 ft. alum, cartop. Best offers  over $125. 886-7338. 11740-27  MERCEDES 180 D engine and  trans. O.B. 19 ft. clinker. Boat  trailer. 885-2082 afternoons. 11743-  25  19 FT. SANGSTER I.B.-O.B, with  trailer. Ready to go. Extras  incl. $3500.885-2423. 11765-25  Use Times AdBriefs  to Sell, Rent, Swap'  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  COAST HOMES  Double Wide Price Examples  24x40 PREMIER, 3 BDRM.  BASE PRICE  $ 17,250  Prlco Includoa: Frig., Stovo, Drapos, Carpots In  Living Room, Hall, and Master Bodroom, Comploto  oot-up, dolivorod and all taxes.       ' '  FULL FINANCING )rVITH 15% D.P.  Excellent Service  Full Information on Grants  One Year Warranty  Single Wide Price Example  12 x 68 PREMIER, 3 BDRM,  BASE PRICE  $12,995-  Prlco includosrFrlg,, Stovo; Carpot in Living Room;  Drapos, Comploto sol-up, dolivorod, and all taxoa,  COAST  tmniMi,,  HOMES  sjk��i��.i ~ rowiu mvi��  Plv. of Copping'* Cartown Sola* Ltd.,  :S,"��;c.    : 885-9979  V0N3AO Motor D��nl��rUe, 3898  Vontouvor Cu��|omot��Coll Toll Froo 604.302)  "BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY"  Well stocked family shoe store in  heart of Sechelt. Stock and fixtures incl.  PHONE 885-9345  11640-25  Mobile Homes  12'x68'STATEMAN  3 bdrm., carpeted throughout.  Separate dining area.  12x62* EMBASSY  2 B.R. carpet throughout. Bay  window, 2 dr. frost free fridge,  washer and dryer, fully furnished  and decorated.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK   11629-tfn  197412' x 68' 3 BEDROOM mobile  home. 885-2723. 11691-26  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property, guaranteed to be  accepted by. municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also  large selection of twelve wides.  For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kingsway,  Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile  Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  8917-tfn  Mortgages  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  :''...'' '   ' '/'V''S<?ld ,  ���"   !'','  First -Second - Third -'.'  SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORPLTD.  2438 Marine Drive  West Van.  926-3256  8909-tfn  Come and Get It  FILL free for the taking. Phone  886-2783. ',        11731-26  FREE puppies. Shepherd Husky,  Lab. cross. Phone 885-  9087. 11735-25  Pets  DOG tta|nlnR, obedience classes  starting in May, Ph, 885-29.36.  _:  11621-25  APRICOT  colored  malQ  TOY  Poodle    puppy,    registered.  Innoculatod, Ph. 005-9797.11646-25  Livestock  CERTIFIED    Fnrrler,    Hans  Bcrger Is coming to Con!.t.  Contact Sunshine Farm, 805-3450    994-tfn  CHICKS���Dual      purpose  ,    Paymaster (Hliocfo Islnnd Red  Cross), Whlto 1/jghorns, Whlto  Rocks. Shin anywhere, Nhplcr  , Hatchery, 22470.64th Avo.,.R.U.X,  Umgloy.OlH-fiZOfl, 10907-tfn  WEANER PIGS $25 ench, 1 pr.  mated gecso ��20. Goslings $3  cach.nOQ-9020. 11708-25  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday, May 14, 1975-;  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  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  Good Tack Selection-  Case Garden Tractors -  Rototillers - Toro Lawnmowers  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527   11548-tfn  Wanted to Buy  TIMBER wanted. Let us give you  an estimate. D&O Log Sorting  Ltd. 886-7896 or 886-7700. H678-tfn  For Sale   ROUGH lumber, $55 per 1,000 lin.  Ph.(112)926-1024. 11624-28  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons  Phone 886-7515  Fencing 42 in. X 50 ft $26.88  Pump Convertible reg. $174.99 for  $139.99  Beige Carpets. Asst. sizes .20 pet.  off  Fridge 15 cub. ft. . reg. $489.99 for  $419.99. a..  20 in. Colored TV . reg. $549.99.fbr  $499.88  Tent 12x10x7 reg. $175.34 for  $157.84  FREIGHT DAMAGED  6 Medicine Cabinets ... .$19.88 up  Shower Cabinets  $39.88  Head Board .reg. $40.99 for $19.88  Dishwasher reg. $339.99 for  $298.99  ASSORTED SURPRISE ITEMS  11759-25  FRIDGE, stove, stereo,  chain  )i saw, metal detector, rocking  chair, bearskin coat. 885-  2028. U742-25  QUEEN  size  box spring  and  mattress. Good cond. $100. 4  dining room chairs. Good quality.  $5 and $7.50 each. 886-9262,  11744-  ,   25_      ���    >   2 SPEED, 3 temp, family-sized  automatic washer $100. 885-  9098 after 5 p.nm. 11746-27  19 inch  B-W  TV,  elec.   floor  polisher, elec. heater,  misc.  Items. Phone 885-2092.     11747-25  EXCELLENT top soil delivered  anywhere. Ph, 883-9122.11014-25  5 HP ROTOTILIJ3R - fwd and  rov. Good condition. $175, 803-  2378. 11722-25  375 GENUINE antique red clay  bricks, Cleaned. ,25 each. 4  doors, 7 windows, various sizes,  $3 ��� $12,50 each, 605-2038, 11732-25  BEAVER House Antiques reopening Mny 17th weekend  only, Furniture, china nnd  collectable Items, Follow signs'  on Frances Peninsula Road.  Phono 003-9185. 11733-25  More AdBriefs Pngc A-45  NEED HELP?  Sunshlno Job Placement  D 06-7 370  lor omployooi ot oil |y|'>fl��  SECHELT CHRYSLER  Division of Copping's Carlown Saloa Ltd,  We have the complete Chrysler Franchise  WE SELL ���  Dodge Trucks and Vans  All Plymouth Car Models'       ���  All Dodge Car Models *   LOCAL SERVICE  BANK FINANCING  Also good buys In uaod earn and trucks  Phone 885-220/T  Toll Froo Phono 604-2021 Motor Doalors No. 3555  4  ���,.���.,.���,.r T  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, May 14,1975  T^j ,ff  ���'WTO^VM^VsA^^^  wm^msmmma^^mm^^im^m^smm^  .�����*   ������  jit * .7"     ' r������*  r-^\      A/ rft       i .'   /'      ������        k     *-,   \   fc  �� / 1}     ^"</       "^      V^     f  '^        v Jfop^-      I  e       S  ]  V" �� ���  ffv  ,7  /  *��� I /        J*"^        j*' ���*�����.��   .~ Jtf       ��       sf       aT" V     _ -" -��� ��-} I        .   /        "a. a  1 t-;  . *   ��  --fi?  ^-������-  ^��  45-)  .0  For Sale  ��� OIL FURNACE. Good cond. $75.  Phone 883-9132. 11703-25  NUMEROUS items. Give me a  ring. I might have it. Phone  886-7731. 11704-25  ENTERPRISE range - oil fired.  Good condition. $100.  Zenith  wringer washer - no pump. Good  condition $30.886-7473."     11706-27  Notices  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of the deceased: HAUK,  Frank August, late of R.R. N^o. 1,  ISechelt, B.C. ���;  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate(s)  are hereby required to send them  duly verified, to the PUBLIC  TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3L7, before  the 18th day of June, 1975 after  which date the assets of the said  estate(s) will be distributed,  having regard only to claims that  have been received. ���>  CLINTON W.FOOTE,  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  11697-27  ftp A"  SOLEMN   CEREMONY   at   Sechelt left, officiated at the ceremony which  Elementary  dedicated  the   tiny   fir saw the students and dedicate the trees,  seedlings. Principal Sam Reid, second A plaque will be placed near the trees.  SECHELT-The Sechelt Auxiliary Public weather no doubt.  Luncheon will be held June 5th, Thursday, 11 President Mrs. Betty Monk found enough  a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Old Legion Hall. there to complete the business of the month.  _   n           . ..    TW..M,., rw,-���. r,��.A An   invitation  from   Pender   Harbour  The Convenor^^ s^s Dorotoy Car^ g ^ Friendshi  Tea  toeCo^nvenorisMrs.MargaretH^^d to be held at the Pender Legion May the 14 ,  ttie rest of ttie AuxiUary wm aU Prtch in and ^            ^ and ^ s^>  S "WHi" ^    ^\*l ^r'Til Gibsons AuxUiary liked that day too as  Mrs M^rj Morgan are lookmg after the home Ma      \        ^ ^^ Lun.  made pies so to save a lot of phoning woud /   m ^  Q[b            ion ^  ���7'r-r  e &Y&EM G^::.i a ess? o  j v.-- ^..i ...-'\..jLa,'a.v.',yLj, L..i v../     :-.j i_i\^ .jjv^..^ s.j     i*-j-       L.J  K you get down early, the lunch at Gibsons  starts at 11 a.m., then you will have time to  dasK up to Pender'Harbour's Madeira Park in  on Wednesddy, May 21st,  one of our representatives  will be at  Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons [9-11:30 a.m.]  Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt [1-3:00 p.m.]  Tel: 886-9920 [Gibsons]    885-9561  [Sechelt]  mm������.jiii 11 r   i��ni������<������>w^' mmvr \.m mm n*���m ��� n*-mmmm*m*rm.~m~mamm���^*mm**mmmm^m^^m^.^i+  t 1      .  a*-*, , a;- ��/        ' ��     *     t*^    -  oqj��33a8(3��0agffi��ra^ .. ���  *'.  f^mf<33^mm^       ' ... . r-  <33Il(il^^3^ ' '    ��� -      *-�����'���  those ladies willing to donate a homemade pie  please contact one or the other, 885-9755 or  885-9688.  Mrs. Ina Grafe will be in charge of the    time for tea.  winery, if members have preference to where       Mrs. Jean Longely of Gibsons Auxiliary  they work get in touch with the Convenors,   has offered to look after the Junior Volunteers  The May meeting held May 8 at St. Hilda's   in the Hospital and with the help of the girls  had a small turnout of 14 due to the excellent   have decided on a crest to be worn while oh  duty* this will have an 'S' in the middle for  service.  An award system has been started with a  certificate given for 25 hours, a cap for 50  hours, a pin for 100 hours and a chain with 200  in gold for 200 hours. Uniforms will be made  by the girls themselves. The young girls are a  definite asset to the Auxiliaries and the  hospital besides giving the girls or boys a  good chance to choose a vocation or test out a  chosen vocation.  The Lower Mainland Regional meeting  held in White Rock was attended by only one  of our members, Mrs. Eve Moscrip, and not  back yet so will hear her report in June.  June meeting wUl be the second Thursday,  June 12.  WDIF  iAil  [BaS����^] 1 LB. PKG.  j   ��� MEXICAN i:ISLD  RED, HiPE G JUICY!  I " ORADE CANADA .11 !-������"'  V  ,'\  \-/*f��   "i".!". n H 1 / / VQ  i :J QS'i^! v\l\^:P>  .��� rV'Vf'J     Jlitlli^Ui^:!^^!!; rPPUm.]  i * WM-3 EKGUSH .^ ,^    ^^lAJAljVJ      PK5:i5 //^    1:' n?\ ^f'M  ,. J ,     . 1    r r.J   '���      ,    ���   ���������. r-> c '���   - "--'j    j s-\ *-r\r;-a  i   i      I' '   ���' ���  i\      'l "   '   *   1   .-    /���. i   -x '  f-.'/i     ,       '   *. ��� ! !    1 I: i- .  I   I  I  I  1    u  ���k       -a     J      /�����Cri��^j3  1   r  , v>  ,11  >   .1  i  -:,n  145 Wo��| isth Stroo*,  North Vancouver, D.C, Toll 900-6571  Sixteen locsil 4H members and supervisors  attended a raliy in Powell River recently.  The members were from the local rabbit  and poultry clubs along with Mr. Jovik, Mrs.  Trethway and Mrs. Fox.  According to a club spokesman, the day  was spent learning how to judge exhibits,  horse3, rabbits, chickens and horticulture.  The Gibsons rabbit club won the most  ribbons as a group. After the rally, the group  visited Neil Stubberfleld's rabbltry In Powell  River."  The group's spokesman said,they were  pleased to have been invited to the rally and  thoroughly enjoyed It.  mmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ��� ROVER  * ECONOMY SIZE  OZ.  25 1/2    TINS  FOR  TIM  0)a^  * NABOB  DELUXE  Cl  PKG   60'S  ��[if -,V '���','  '       *\P��1  \r  .    ..  V   !  IMi  \ i  "--i i  U O1?. 1W  u\ \ J  ' V6VA r\:iG21Z^  .'i-1  I    I ���  V*   'in,*       01  '. / -*Lt   ' I"1 '    '  !   l-    -   l'1-'   "AU ua l��ACU ^ ,   '\���/        i  - HEINZ  HAMBURGER   SWEET   HOT DOG  a  ers tub  ge  thier.     vbT)  panmipmion!^,,  ���       llssi r.anniimi nnmiinnil Un |Hii��nniil iiin,'<��  I'ltncM, In ymir ln-nri >wi kiMiw Ii'n rlRln,  asafflgj,"j8gj��gaggM^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  MEJBttJWC SCWEPIUH1  ( p"iir 11 imrt��r**HMMWiwiWi��,^n��miAm{mimi1mmmmilb*mM*l*ijmkm&mmi*v*ntfih.mmm^  Effective May 1, 1975 sprinkling will be permitted only during the following hours:  HOBDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY  ���jihiii lis i ��� mmmmmmmiilii ,     I  a) All Waterfront Properties MON. & WED. ��� (7 a.m.-Noon and  b) Cowrie Street, Sechelt 7 p.m.-10 p.m,)  c) Wakefield Rogd  (d) Norwest Bay Road ��� West Side ' FRI. ~ 7 a.m.�� Noon ,  e) Rosamund Road ��� West Side  f) Langdale; all streets ���-, West Side  TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY  ALL OTHER PROPERTIES tijes. ��~THUftS.��� (7 Him. Noon and 7 p:m? 10 p.m.)  NOT LISTED ABOVE.  Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon  ONE SPRINKLER ONLY is pormStted on each proporty ,  WHEN A FIRE^ii^^ /'"'  G, Dixon  Works Suporlnlondont  J  mmWamMmmm&^  or��   ,��� Section B  Wednesday, May 14,1975  cr"'  Pages(1,4  ' *>  A  N.  '<tf  Vi  "���>V  *"  -'V  /  V  \  -   J**',     '   vr  Tf  X.'  n  .1  .ri  ^  �� .-^  -���>j**. ^~*  ���v*~'        j  J. \  L  y  /  /{    ft.**-.  f\  -^^  j  <'������  ^  ">  "���j*  ����.  /-  ���M  \  *-���  TV  WIELDING a special planting tool, a  Sechelt elementary school student  plants his tree during .the special  ceremony at the school last week. The  tree-planting culminated a special  section on forestry which was part of the  class's studies  V    a-  u>  -���  MERUMBERU) LID V^  \-v'  "C.->  ���^    t_ <*t.     ^  -j*"'  CHECKING the height of her tree is   Garnet   named   her   tree   'Hermie.'  Sechelt   Elementary   student   Garnet _ Students planted their trees all along the  Kleselbach. After planting the trees,   parking lot^and down the side of a  AdejitiSJ^ :  -, - -  order to check the growth pattern. ���Timesphoto  e f ������*-*  /St.  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE  OFFICE ih Powell River has expanded  ����  Last week!s student sit-in at Pender ��� the school building and went to the area  Harbour Secondary School was a protest surrounding the flagpole in front of the  against'strict'discipline, said principal Allan school,  where  they  staged  a   'sit-down'  Thompson. protest," he said.  He said he had assured students that a       Thompson said the students dspersed after to cover a larger area including the  pupil-teacher committee would be formed to he assured them a student-teacher committee Sunshine Coast, coinciding closely with  review regulations in the school. would be formed to examine regulations, the Canada Manpower Centre boun-  In a letter1 to the school board, Thompson "withing the framework of the Public Schools Varies The office is located at 4717-A  said the protest was triggered by a letter sent Act and Public Schools Act regulations." Marine    Avenue     "With    coinciding  to parents urging them to inform him if they        School board chairman Peter Prescesky ,hftIinriaHp��, it will hp nn^ihlP tn work  wanted their children to leave school before said he thought the situation at the school was ^"aS��,��� P���*   *J��   ���_Z���I?I��  the regular dismissal time; now, "in hand." more closely and more cooperatively  "It then developed, it appears, into a       Meanwhile at Pender Harbor, student ^th Canada Manpower in attempts to  general show of discontent with the 'strict' representative Christine Clark said the first get U,I.C. claimants back to work as  discipline in the school," he told trustees. meeting of the joint student-teacher com- quickly as possible," says Officer-in-  Thompson said the sit-in began at the start mlttee was (scheduled this week. charge Beth Brownjohn of Powell River,  of the fifth period May 1 and lasted half-an-       The committee was formed In answer to All claims from within the new boun-  hour.   - the student's demands that tho situation bo daries will be processed by the Powell  "...the student body, about 90 strong, left investigated. 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">k*Sm    '"'x' i�� r��nn>��   ���rf>*** ,!  -'   '���  .. , v  J  > i  Sk/  y  PageB-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 14,1975   l&w&xt^^  interested Parties Please jPontQct:  6S&35 Dumfries, Vancouver, EB.C.  ���ftrcstaWttx*:-^^  S^:%:::::.W.a.-.:.��^  .......?:::::Wfe.:::^  ftjys  v.v.  .-:-.-:��� ���WPOb.'     ij ' "��59        -?!' o n (Kb '      -1719 ������  i***S  >",  .^  PRESENTING a bouquet almost as big public show by skaters at Sechelt arena  as he is, Ian Emery, 4, shows ap- May 10. Oyer 80 skating club members  preciation  to   Lynn   Kankainen,   in- went through their paces in front of  tructress at local ice skating club. Ian large crowd of spectators. Exhibition  made presentation on behalf of all wound  up the club's first  year  in  skating club members after successful existence.  v 7    )  a    .  /  j        t  ^.  tfOUTHFUL SKATERS "impress  spectators during exhibition May 10 to  mark end of club's first season at  Sunshine Coast Arena. Over 80 skaters  from two - to 15-years-of-age participated.  Have you ever thought of Archery, as a  , sport?  -     \ When the topic of Archery arises the most  \      common question is, "Can you split one arrow  with another?" The legends of Robin Hood,  William Tell or games of cowboys and indians  are a far cry from Modern Archery.  Many people enjoy Archery as a sport for  many different reasons, for Archery is a very  personal sport.  Some hunters prefer using a bow rather  than guns for the challenge it presents. The  animal has better odds and cleaner kills are  insured for a Bowhunter doesn't even think of  aiming until he is within 40-50 yards of the  animal.  Young people are enjoying a good training  program with the Jr. Oympian Program in  B.C. It enables them to learn the proper basic  skills from a qualified instructor, and pace  themselves so they rt?ach their ownpersonal  goals regardless of the ability of others in the  class or club.  Families find they can c-dmpete, participate and have fun together in an acitivity  they can pursue at anytime, in the basement  or backyard, at a club facility, on a field  range or hunting area. There is no need for  . elaborate facilities, any rtumber of people can  |        participate and the sport knows no age limit.  i People who are not physically fit or who  ���1        have a condition that does'not. allow them to  ,        enjoy more strenous activities can take part  I        and gradually increase their activities.  ��� For people interested in competition,  Archery is now an Olympic medal sport. On  this level it requires intense physical and  psychological training. The competition  levels begin at local, provincial, and national  tournaments. International tournaments are  well attended by our B.C. teams.  -Archery equipment is much more precise  now and allows for some pretty impressive  scores and records to be set. Compound and  Take-down bows, aluminum arrows, releases  and sights give the archer an edge, but it still  takes practise, determination and skill to use  that equipment to reazch the top.  Wherever your interests lie; in hunting,  competition or relaxation Archery may have  the answer for you. If you are interested in  learning, mor^- about archery, and possibly  forming a club here on the peninsula come  out to the Rod and Gun Clubhouse on Airport  Road in Sechelt May 18 from 1:30 to 5 p.m.  Wayne and Nan Seney, from Powell River,  will be on hand to give demonstrations and  advise on shooting techniques, what, equipment suits you personally,, how to begin a  club, and the archery programs available in  our province. The Seneys are both experienced in Archery of all types. Mr. Seney  is a certified Provincial Instructor, and has  taught many school and recreation classes.  She is active in the B.C. Association, as  publicity director and Editor of the monthly  magazine, the B.C. Archer.  The Seneys will have equipment on hand  at the Rod and Gun, for anyone who would  like to try shooting a bow, before they decide  to take it up and purchase their own equipment. If you have your own equipment bring  it along. There will be time for you to test  your skill.  y*iv  01  i��,,��TM��M��MflimYs��.ig.ttl��>'Bi^  mmmmmmmiimmiw ��� j  The Sechelt Minor Hockey Association will  wind up its. inaugural year of organized  hockey, with an awards night at the New  Legion Hall, Thursday, May 15, at 7 p.m.  It Is planned as an evening of  acknowledgement for the winners of each of  the divisions, with the presentations of the  trophies to teams and various individuals;  along with the presentation of the Dairyland  hockey awards. ���  It Is hoped that Dr. Bob Hindmarch of  U.B.C. who will be tho director of our summer  hockey program, will bo In attendance to give  everyone a good idea of what tlio school will  encompass.  It Is also hoped] another guest speaker will  come along, with Dr, Hindmarch so It should  be quite Interesting. We are hoping that Dr.  Hindmarch wlllbrik with him tho "Hlghlltes  of Team Canada 74 vs. Russia series; a highly  entertaining film.  All players and coaches ore reminded to  return thoir teams uniform's this night so thoy  may bo put away In storage until next season.  m  SALES AND SERVICE  Madeira Park, 883-2248 Ponder Harbour  * Cabins * Campsites * Boat Rentals  TIDES FOR THE, WEEK  May U  to May 2p  at Poi,U Atkinson  - No�� l*> bo u����d for navigation  -Wo-  14  Th  15  It  16  -0113  0600  0I1S  0055  02 K\  0650  0210  0943  0320  0735  0230  um  Tu  20  "ib^pSa   ���  13,5     17  2,1  14,0  To,9~  13,1  2,4  14,9  J0.7���  12,5  3,1  13,0  in  Mo  19  0400  0050  0350  1120  05S5  1005  0445  0005 15,1  06f>3 7,7  1200' 10,9  0330 6,6  0045 15,1  0740 6,3  0145 11,5  0635 7,9  Start Mf  boating season right  ��� $,*<> USj.MowJfor. ...a���   Prop Rebuild  Snlos    k{  Sorvlco  IMURYLAND  SECHELT  005.9A26  We Can Work' Wonders  10 Transportation Specials  $150.00 and up  plus:  71 Pinto, 4 upd, now clutch ,$1295  '66 Chovrolot Truck with chassis  built campor and throo-way frlclgo  '50 Cadillac In mint condltlon$1795  7 \ Pinto automatic ,,,,..,, $1495  74GMCPick>up, asnow ,,,$3095  71 Ford Pick-up, 4 spood ,,,$1995    Many moro corf arid trucks ���  to chooao from.  j  ������  Dosldo tho Standard Station In Socholt  (liarf St. Sechelt  tt  O   Citation  O  Cameo  O   Merit  O   International  O   Monocrest  O  BURLINGTON O      CELANESE  O WEST MILLS      ��  HARDING  �� ARMSTRONG      ��  OZITE  m  :���:<<  >WM, ,'ls.SS.i,'Hi.insulin ssi'isasiaij, .tfJiawW  :8ft  l!IN'.QLfEUM'S  O  G.A.F.      O ARMSTRONG  ��  FLINTCOTE      mimtm.ii*m���k*m..*m+M*.a~jr  $  ��  TAPPAN       ��   INGLIS :::::;;  ��  FINLAY �� JENN7AIR RANGES^     ������-���-���-,   ^  �� m  Doreen Matthews took top honors in a  White Elephant tournament staged last week  by the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club  ladies.  Runners-up in the nine hole event were Iva  Peterson, Betty,.,T^^bi^,.and.Kay Budd.  Following the teurnamerit, the ladies  enjoyed a social hour, at which white  elephant prizes were presented.  ��   LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  For Appointment Phane 886-2765  ^Jwowe ^outud eJmJidtributor& .���%  Box 694; GIBSONS H  Sixth Annual  -Y15-JUNE 16,1975  i^��g^!iaw^wwggw^waiW��^^i^g^  FRASER VALLEY/ SUNSHINE COAST  First Week/May 15-21 <  BRADNER  "Victoria Day" May 19  Monday May 19 Community ParK and Heworman Rot^d,  'Parade, races, ball gamaB and fun gamos, Softball Boys and  Qlrla School teams. "George? Lamb 874-6421,  CHILLIWACK  Country Living Festival  Friday May 16 Miss Chllliwack Pagoant 0;30 pm nt Evor-  gropn Hall,  ���      ,  Saturday May 17 'norsoshow 9:00 am nt tho Collsoum, Pnr-  ado, Merchants Carnival downtown hnd othor ovonts,  'Qoorgo Mmtln 795-3185,  ABBOTSFORD  SOFTBALL Minor Softball Tournn'mont, Mny 17, 10, 10,  10;00 nm - Centennial Pnrk, Abbotoford, M,S,A, Minor Soli-  ball Association,,'Mft Vlo Ross.059-4707.., ,  TRACKAFIELP Control Zone Qrndo 0 Trnok and Fioid  Moot - May 21 from 3 pm ��� 5 pm Abbotsford Junior Socon-  dnry, "Mr, fl, StawM (159-712I),  CLOVERDALE  RODEO ciovortlnlo Rodeo - 30th Annual - May 17, 10, 10  1 pm - fl pm Surrey Fairgrounds (cornor of I70lli Street nnd  00th Avonuo Surroy), Toxnn, Oregon, Calllornln, Oklahoma,  Wyoming, Now Mexico, Idaho, 'Mr, ft, C, Doifo 570-0900,  -GIBSONS���'������-^^^^^^^^  SOFTBALL QiDoona Annum Invimilonnl Softball Tournament 6lh Annual May 10 - 10 any - 0 pm; May 10 - 10 am -  6:30 pm Drothoro Park, Pa'rk Road Qlbuono, T, ftoyno/c/  800-9515,  LANGLEY  ARTS Our Chlldmn and tho Arts' May 10 to May 31 Lnngloy  Mall Dowlas Croncont.nnd 80-1 Stroot Lnnnloy. Vlnunl artr,  oKhlblt ol ohlldronfi work fiaoh cloy llntod, 'Pnm Mllbum  59,0-3177,  NORTH DELTA  BASEBALL  bury Pnrk (Mlh Av'nnuo North Dolia  7th Annual, "M, MoCtilloy m-3351,  POWELL RIVER  SOCCER    invltniional Soooor Tournnmnni May 17, in, in ��  ...Q.nm to 1.pm Soooor Field,In Powell Rlvor, Juvcinllo-Boooo'r-  toarnfi from Borttilo, Vnnoouvor, Vnnoonvor Island,  "Tom  OWfl/o W.-WW,  Qungoci Tournnnienl Mny 10, 17, in, 10 Sun-  Minor Dnooball groups,  SURREY  ARTS Surrey Painting and Crafts Annual Exhibit May 15 to  24 Centennial Arts Contro, 13750 - 88th Avenue, Surroy,  Exhibit of recreational artists of all agos, 'Mr, Vlnco O'Brien  584-1181,  ARTS FESTIVAL Official Surroy Arts Festival Opening ���  Surrey Arts Socloty -. May 17lh 7 pm - Surrey Contonnlal  Arts Contro 13750 - 88th Avonuo, Surrey, 'Mr. Vtnco O'Brlon  581-1181,      ���  DANCE Contemporary Jazz Theatre May 18th 8 pm Surroy  Centennial Arts Contro, 13750 - 88th Avonuo, Surroy. A  series of contompornry jazz; (danco and thoatro) productions,1  'Mr, Vlnco O'Brlon 584-11Q1,  MUSIC    Student Piano Rocltnl - May 15 at 0 pm Surroy  Arts Socloty and Surroy Roglstorod Music Toaohors, Contonnlal Arts Centre, 'Mr. Vlnct? O'Brlon 584-1181,  THEATRE    Children's Thoatro - Surroy. Arts Socloty - May  19 - 2 pm and Q pm ��� Surroy Centennial Arts Contro 13760 -  88th Avonuo, Surroy, 'Mr, Vlnco O'Brlon 584-1181,  TRACK AFIELD   'Frasor  Vqlloy  Junior Traok  and   Field  Championships May 20 - 6|30 pm Hold; 0 pm traok, Boar  Crook Park Surroy, 'L Van-Harmolon 58t-S683,  WOMEN'S SPRING FAIR    Surroy Women's Socloty - Mny  10th  1  pm Surroy Centennial Aria Contro,  13760 - 00th  Avonuo, Surroy, 'Ma, Poooy /.or)'/ 588-QW8,  WHISTLER MOUNTAIN  SKIINQ National Frooslylo Chnmplonshipo Mny 17 nnd m  Whistler Mountnln Alia Lako - Dar-D-Quos, Dances, Skiing,  Entorlalnmonl, Entrants from across Canada and Unltod  Stales,��� "Jnok Bright 0QI-W14,  ....WHITE-ROCK-. _ -.~--i-_��_J~_~  WEIQHTLIFTINQ Whlto Rook Roorontlonnl Qnmon Weight-  lifting May 17 �� wolgh-ln 10;46 am - lilting 12 noon, Gymnasium Sominhmon Senior Sooondnry flohool 16274 Duona  Vlsm Whlto Rook, Alia,, Wnnh,, Oronon nnd Montana, 'Dlotor  Stnmm G36-7G8G-7,  YALE  SOFTBALL filh Annuel Yalo Men's Invltniional Sollbnll  Tournomont May 17-10 0 am Yolo Pull Patk./fto/i Chtloton-  son f\G3-?3??.,  A progmmma of tlio Corrimunlty Roorontlon Brnnch  British Columbia  Government  r�� Department of Travol Industry  Hon, Ernest Hnll, Mlnlsilor-n. L, Colby, Doputy Mlnlator  Pick up your froo "Schddulo of Evonla" booklot nt  nny D,C, Drnncli of tho* Cnnntllnn Imporlnl Dnnk o|  Commorco, Rocrontlon olllco or n,C, 'Aulomobjlo  Assoclnllon offlco,  li^o!  ..SrPri cv'^U UL_ J V/Z7ZZ0 Wulu V^^C  ��� t ppp .���  i       (*���<���-'- ������-  Wednesday, May 14,1975   > The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  - V  fr\iv~ t  "_���**-��'  .,#���*-  ^  IT  1 J!1  I...,.,. , .j,J v^.  .1 ���", ,  "���*1r* ��W~�� t-4,      <���**  STANDARD CUP each year gQes to the each league. This year's winner was the  champion of champions in Sechelt five Ball and Chain league. Team members  pin bowling. Orv Moscrip, right, of are, from left, Sybil Shewchuck, Marge  Standard Motors in Sechelt, each year Nicholson, Leslie Fitch, Glen Clark,  presents the trophy to the winner of a Walter Koehler and Kathy Hall,  special roll-off held for the champions of ��� Timesphoto  SECHELT - The Ball and Chain five pin  ���,.... ..        ., ,,.    ..    ,    .,   , League finished the bowling season in grand  To the victors go the spoils. celebration for the boys. ^�� �� ��  Pender Harbor Eag^Pee Wee Minor        ^e celebration for the 14 boys; Coaches        AtabanquetheldattheOldLegionHaUan  Hockey Champions for 1974-75 received some    Carl Rietze and BrUce Cameron included an of ^^ fr   Wes were Rented to  special'spoils'last week.      _ -,    hour of swrninungixi the JollyRoger pool and the   league   champs - Glen   Clark,   SybU  The pee wees were treated to a special    then a roast beef dinner. Shewchuck Marge Nicholson Leslie Fitch  celebration at the Jolly Roger Inn May 6. Special invited guest was Pender Harbor Rathy Hall' and ^ter Kroehler They also  A group of parents organized, the special    teacher Brent Reese who waa instrumental in won Jhe standard ^ in that competition.  getting ttie hockey team started. He was        ^ riM champs were DanHHolland>  presented with^^ ^ au&ographed^key stick Bomie  Wigard   Don Henderson>  Wendy  howmuch the boys apprecmted his interest.        mgha        egwereGlenClarkm<xKath  The coaches were also on the receiving jj^  B        -    ���      1.  ���                                end of  thkigs.  They each received  an        ffigh Three Games were Pete Sopow and  MM   fAr   nfllMrC autographed photogram of the team Eve Worthington.  f IV    IHI  'IIHIIHI^ Alan  Thompson   president  of  Legion        High single game was Ray Fitch and Sybil   SECHELT-The local Rod and Gun Club ^^afe^  held its annual aggregate shoot last week. CMeymbers of ^ ^^g team ^ Ernie .Most improved players were Ray and  Local marksmen were challenged by three    Rjpf/p    Rr,1PP   Rir��harH��?nn    T^rrv   Van. "     ��cn.  sharoshooters from Port Hardv Kietze,   Bruce   Kicnardson^   lerry   van-        r^  standard ^ was first presented in  sharpshooters trom Fort Hardy. d      d) ^hai Higgins David HalL_ Jeff ^^ in ^ sta]��ard Mot(/s of gechelt  WiSrUtSeSt/^    SSS2SSS    Ltd^rethedonorsandthecupwaspresented  Winners were finally decided in the pistol    Rpn.nf.Pif.    Timmv   nnhn.Q    'smr\   Rnnriv .  Ben-ia���*1.   Junmy   Dub01s'   and   ^"^        The Standard Cup is played for by all the  to the winners by Orv Moscrip..  event  Results were as follows:  Trap -1, K. McLennan; 2, R. Smith; 3, C  Massey.  , Banyay.  champs of all the league playing at Sechelt  >*-*���������*-������ '-- "--������-������A-L ���-���ir 'i -"'���'-^'������-"r���g-^--->-* ^,f-^-.- --.-^..-..j^. y s..ri v,j&, 1,..---. ^t-  The sovereign source of melancholy is     Lanes. Moscrip officiates every year and  ^repletion. Bleed aMstruggle arejffhj&jjxcitg ���j)r��sgnts���ftte,���trophy to.JheJeam.rolling the  Large bore-1, J.Mellis; 2, G. Flay; 3, F.    and inspire us.      - *-���-*������    ���-      a.u^Jughest score infour games.  Jorgensen.  Small bore -1, F. Jorgensen; 2, L. Clark;  3, G. Flay.  Pistol -1,G. Flay; 2, L. Clark; 3, J. Mellis.  Men's aggregate winners -1, G. Flay; 2,  L. Clark; 3, F. Jorgensen.  Ladies' aggregate honors went to Kathy  Mullet from Port Hardy.  Trophies will be presented June 22 at the  club's seafood dinner.  Awards were sponsored by:  Wakefield Inn, Campbell's Variety;  McLeod's Sechelt Building Supply; Sunshine  Auto Parts, F. Jorgensen Construction, C.  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'' >  *'f  �� *  *|.J    17 ^'        *        '     'a       *  *�� ���<  �� ",s  j,      rt      VS  *  -        fi*  :  ����*���  ��  2^1  s  ', *. / >. * ����� i  O'F P_  , -u *�����  -    '    K    ^  fo< "rt 4 *k.i    /'   * "���   .  By DON MORBERG  First of all ��� forget your prejudices  against motorcycles.  Motorcycles are going to be a big part of  this year's Timber Days celebrations in  Sechelt with twp motorcycle events oh the  schedule.  "We have a good number of riders here,"  said organizer Dennis Gray, "and we have a  large number of people on the Peninsula who  own motorcycles and would like the opportunity to participate in a fun event." He  emphasized the word 'fun.'  "The emphasis is on fun," Gray said, "we  don't Teally want people to get too serious  about it."  The First Annual Timber Days Enduro  v  ,/  FEET UP, .Trials motorcycle rider  Mark Gray crawls his Montesa over a  log during a test run. Several of B.C.'s  top trials riders in expert, junior and  senior categories will descend on  Sechelt on the May long weekend for a  trials competition. They, .along with  1  lpcal riders and beginners will pit their  machines and sense of balance against a  course to be laid put as pirt of the  timber Days celebrations. Points are  .deducted when the rider's feetltouch the  ground. ^Timesphoto  DIGGING IN, Stuart Gray pilots his the path would have cost him points in a  trials motorcycle up the side of an competition. Many pf B.C.'s top trials  embankment with deceptive ease. A riders will be in Sechelt May 18 for the  helping foot along the way or going off Timber Day Trials.       -Timesphoto  actually comes in two parts. The first part is  the first event on the Timberdays schedule.  At 2 p.m. Saturday; May 17 the first motorcycles will take off on a five to seven mile  enduro run. The starting point is Hackett  Park.  "Basically," Gray explained, "the enduro  run is for any motorcycle the rider cares to  takes his bike off the road, they will be  divided into two classes ��� mmibikes to 125 cc.  in one class and 1215 and over. There will he  prizes to at leastlfiflh plac6.>? Sechelt  Volunteer Firemen are donating a first place  trophy.  The organizer said, "We can handle as  many riders'as will sign up. There is a $1  entry fee and the first 125 riders to be signed  up will be given a free 'Timber Days Enduro'  T-shirt."  The T-shirts have been donated by  Morgan's Mens Wear where riders can  register for the event. Registration can also  be done at Coast Cycle in West Sechelt.  "It's important that riders sign up in  advance," Gray said, "then we know what  kind of a field we are looking at and what kind  of handicap system we are going to have."  Gray is still working out the details of the  system, but he ventured, "It will probably be  a time event with a points system. We will  probably send the bikes out in groups of four  or five."  The event is open to anyone with a  motorcycle and a helmet. .^^..^...^   ,.,,,._.,...  Not all the prizes will go to motorcycle  riders, though. Golden City restaurant has  donated four dinners to the winner of the best  dressed 'Pit Tootsie.' What is a pit tootsie?  "Well, a pit tootsie is a female pit crew  member," Gray explained.  The second part of the Timber Days  motorcycle event is trials. What is trials?  "Trials were started by the motorcycle  manufacturers," Gray explained, "they were  specific courses laid out to test the motorcycle's ability to handle certain types of  terrain. They tested the bike's geometry  handling and construction. Later on the  manufacturers competed against each other  and then individual riders began competing  against each pther."  Trials are the gentleman's type of  motorcycle' racing. Speed is not a factor.  Gray explained that certain areas with  varying types of terrain were laid out. The  motorcycle then travelled through the  marked path. The rider was expected to have  his feet remain on the foot pegs. If he touched  the ground a point was deducted. Another  point is deducted for each time the rider's foot  touches the ground to a maximum of three  points per section. After three points, the  ��� rider can do no worse and goes on to the next  section. Going out of bounds carries a five  point penalty.Too fast through a section and  the rider may.miss a vital turn. Too slow find  the bike may stall or tip over.  As Gray explained the finer points of trials  riding, his two sons Mark and Stuart put their  Montesa motorcycles through a Section. Both  were riding bikes specially designed for trials  riding.  With delicate balance, hard breaking,  clutch work and spurts of power, the boys did  amazing things with their motorcycles. Mark  approached a log, gave a burst on the throttle,  lifting the front wheel over the log. Straddling  the log, he leaned forward on the handlebars,  see-sawing the bike forward. Another burst of  power and the back wheel climbed over the  log and sent the bike on its way. Stuart  repeated the feat going the other way and  then the riders disappeared down a deep gully  and came chewing up the other side.  "The Timber Days Trials will be held  Sunday., May 18 starting at 10 a.m.. Trials is  '5.J&!.  rather a specialized sport, but we will have a  beginners section for anyone who wants to  give it a try."  To show how it should be done, several of  B.C. top trials riders including the man who is  presently B.C.'s top rider will be attending  the trials. The event will also be held at and  near Hackett Park. ,  "There will be at least five expert riders  coming for the event, possibly more, plus  there will be'other beginner, junior and senior  riders attending from out of town. There are a  lot of good, local trials riders,"  The trials course will be divided into two  parts ��� an easier section for beginners and  experts and a more difficult terrain for  seniors and ��xperts.  "We want to get as varied a terrain as  possible, some mud, some sand, some rocks  and some logs." Gray said. -L  Trials riding is relatively new to B.C., but  isgrowing'with tremendous enthusiasm. The  trials part of the event will be the first held in  the area, so'it will give local residents their  first opportunity to see it up close. They can  see for themselves why it is such a fast  growing sport. C  Gray is inviting all the local riders to make  their bikes part of the parade also. 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'A  H& >4' ���+��� f  i   '  r  \  P  a  J  V l  V '  /  -./T^   "^  \  V  ���a   ��  (  ���     i  'f,  r  i  ^s  I  >f  ��tf,  Section C  Wednesday, May 14,19751  Provincial court told ...  HANDING OVER the keys, Sechelt  Legion president Alf Bredefeld officially  turns over the Old Legion Hall to Senior  Citizens Branch No. 69. President  Emery Scott, second right, receives the  Pages 1-8 keys for the Seniors. Sechelt Mayor  Harold Nelson, left, and bpding  committee chairman Robert Foxall,  right, also took part hi the opening  ceremony which preceeded the Srpring  Tea and Flower and Plant sale.  ��� Timesphoto  BB  Bi  Judge J.S.P. Jphnsqn came do^ hard la^  week; on a local youth who supplied liquor to  In an effort to escape police, a local youth chase, said McCallum.  drove along Highway and the Lower Road at "This is a serious case of dangerous  speeds up to 120 m.p.h., provincial court was driving," said the prosecutor. "He was a  told last week. hazard to other people using the road."  Finally, Mark Frederic Meredith, 18, Defence lawyer Robert Reid said his client  crashed at the side of Lower Road and was had been encouraged to flee from police by a  subsequently    charged    with   dangerous passenger in the vehicle,  driving, said crown prosecutor Hugh Mc- JudgeJ.S.P. Johnson deferred sentencing  Callum. until June 19 so a pre-sentence report could be    minors.  Meredith pleaded guilty to the charge. prepared on Meredith.                                     He fined Francis Smallwood $300 for the  McCallum said police spotted a car being In other court news, Wallace Stewart was    offense, stressing that the fine was designed  driven at a high rate of speed near Gibsons finded $300 and banned from driving for three    to act as a deterrent to others.  Feb. 1. They put on their red light, but the months for driving with a blood-alcohol        Judge Johnson told provincial court that  vehicle sped up, he said, and turned down percentage over .08.         "                           many of the juveniles who appeared before  Pratt Road, where police lost sight of it. Police checked accused near Gibsons    him had been drinking before they committed  Later that night, said McCallum, police April 20 after they noticed him weaving on    an offense.                                             \ t  spotted the vehiclenear-the Uqum-sj^ McCallum. -              '          -   "People say if wecould getthey.guy  in Gibsons and gave chase along Highway *-' A breathsiiyzer test set his blood-alcohol    who supplied them, we should really bail  101.     percentage at .20. Stewart pleaded guilty to    him/'   he  said.   "Here   we   have   him  Accused ignored the red light, he said, the charge.                                       /         (Smallwood), he's a nice young man and  increased his speed and pulled away from the Paul Sambrielaz netted a $750 fine and a     nobody wants to punish him."  patrol car. three month suspension for drinking and    rt^ort on Smallwood from defence lawyer  Police chased the vehicle at speeds in driving.                                                      Robert Reid.  excess of 100 m.p.h. The offense took place March 18 near        Judge Johnson said./'This particular type  At the Roberts Creek turnoff, Meredith, Kelowna, court was told.                           '   of offense is a social problem," because of the  "turned onto the Lower Road so fast that he Sambrielaz was checked by police when    growing number of juveniles who were ob-  left the surface of the road and went through his vehicle was seen weaving on Highway 97.    taining alcohol and the increase in teenage  the air,!'said the prosecutor. His blood-alcohol level was  .15,  said  Accused drove along Lower Road  a,t jMcCallum.  speeds in excess of 100 m.p.h., lost control of Sambrielaz admitted a  previous  con-  Ms vehicle on a sharp curve by the Boy Scout viction for impaired driving and pleaded  camp and crashed at the side of the road, said guilty D^ the March 18 charge.. ,  McCallum.                                                     When police arrived on the scene, the  vehicle was unoccupied, but Meredith and  another youth appeared out of the bush when  police, "hollered.','  Meredith wa,s treated for minor injuries at  St. Mary's Hospital and kept overnight, said  McCallum. A blood test administered at the  hospital put his blood-alcohol level at .11, he  told the court. The legal maximum la .08.  In his statement to police, said the  prosecutor, Meredith said he had tried to  outrun the police because ho didn't want  points on his licence for speeding.  Meredith said in his statement that his  speed at times touched 120 m.p.h, during tho  Recycle this Newspaper!  alcoholism.  "I have had a 15-year-old alcoholic before  me," he said.  Judge Johnson said the offense probably  did not seem serious to Smallwood aVthe  time.  "I'm giving him a fine from the deterrent  point of view," he said. "For supplying liquor  to minors, that would be the minimum."  Smallwood earlier pleaded guilty to the  charge. 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'   ,,   /  With the windup for the season last week-     , ', /  end-  the   Sunshine       Coast   Recreation   poRPOISE ROOM  Association gives Ihanks again to all those   ��   M       Mathews suggestton of ^ ��pQr.  who helped support them. ^ Room��� has won ^ ,.Name ^ Bar���   ���  for  A wine and cheese party on the Sat. night   contest. There were many good suggestions   |j ,oodin<_ ^facilities    &    truckina  all those who gave their tune  and    mhmittgtA hllf��:p nTOra,f Lp;aim&*    thi.    i'>P��*n9'   taciht.es    &    truck.ng  submitted but the overall decision was this  materials voluntarily and then the general    one Good ��m]n   M  meeting onSun. to elect a board of directors,        Good news for >^�� is ^ ^ ..Poi._  is what is happening to close the rink for the  season.  Since my deadline is Sat. afternoon  /visa . '. ...       .   . ,        . ,   ,     uunu ii suuuiu ve: aiiu it is m*x  ^   _<^r^me^,tatwwh^of . Watdi_curling from upstairs,..  *L;.t    1  jT  * A  y  j  , ��*  alarge turnout" of people" to stop in fora drink  of wine, which is the associations way of  saying 'thank you' to volunteers.  Thank you's should not be repetitious, but  I know time and time again I have mentioned  in'my column how much thanks is due many  people. But I will still say it again. Mostly to  the board of directors.  Since they are running the show, many  people take them for granted, and quite often  PEE WEE Minor hockey champions are are, front row, left, Bruce Richardson, row are, from left, Coach Carl Reitze, it is the directors that thank people for  the Pender Harbour Eagles. The Eagles Michael Higgins, Jeff Harrison, Glen Ernie Reitze; Toiiy VaWderweel; D&vid ~ donations; but let's remember to give credit  won the Peninsula Times Trophy when Higgins, Danny Fielding, Billy Peters, Hall, Petey Dubois, Steve Crosby and to the directors, to thank them for the time  they defeated the Gibsons Pee Wee team   Jimmy Dubois and Randy Banyay. Back   Coach Bruce Cameron. , and devotion they have put into running the  We   now   have  available   a  vast  supply of excellent top soil.  ] 3 arrangements available  A r���ll  Call  1-2  Madeira Park  II |��,ti aiTT|>��. i M>^aai aL^|js"  JFr:S��rt,/imtt-Mtf SaiWailiT. i��-*- ijS<tj_s..l.iiWi  s��4��ta��II        VS in the final game. Team members  -Timesphoto  arena.  ' v  ..   I��  J   Ml  ������>.  wr: ��� >  a       N -  \a.'  A  a        a    .     -.  \       N~  1 >?L'0  --���% n      "  I*-  V     " *       *  A couple more thank you's that have not  been mentioned are to the following people; A  ,    lot of thanks goes out to Sam MacKenzie for  the time and work he has put in to keeping,  ,    our zamboni running. Jtseems to be a very  temperamental machine that quits working  ���    at odd hours and Sam has been good enough  '    to come running in the early morning hours  when things are going wrong. Thanks, Sam.  Also a thank you to all those who gave  their time in the coffee bar. It was not feasible  to hire help on a part time basis of an hour  iere and an hour there, just when we got  usy, and there were a lot of people who gave  their time to do this. And much thanks to Cae  Nelson who quite often was behind therscenes,  phoning for volunteers for this job.  As I've said before, there is always  volunteer work going on, quietly .and steady,  and these people are hot always out where  BLISTERING SHOT by Roberts Creek's   goalie for what proved to be the winning   league playoffs. The goal broke a 44 tie  Serge Virieault eludes Wakefield Inn's   goa^ -  ���|IJ. j|lM..).i.i,|Ml!JUt.M|.ajsW . Ul,   lUp-U!,^., i.nlf.yj,,,.|. aagll SJ   MmJ',s.mj-JJ^ISLJ  * Trevor W. Neate  * Larry E. Lewis  Ste.202  1571 Marine Dr.  Gibsons  886-2712  m-mxemzihss.,.,,^  The Department of Highways will be replacing Camp  Bridge pn Lower Road in the Roberts Creek area.  Construction will begin May 20th, 1975 and will take  four to six weeks to complete.  This construction will hecessitate the full closure of  Lower Road at the bridge site during the construction  period. A detour around this area is available via  Robert's Creek Road, Highway 101 and Joe Road.  For further information please contact the  Department of Highways in Gibsons at 886-2939.  District Highways  Manager  J  (MMT.  :..'MZS0D  j33!uj  \M  SURROUNDED by Roberts Creek continue his pursuit of the elusive puck. Creek worked for their chances and took  players, dark sweaters, lone Wakefield Wakefield had their chances and 10 minutes of overtime to take a 6-4 win.  Inn player makes a valiant attempt to   capitalized on four of them. Roberts ��� Timesphoto  - GfflSXsto '"   . ������"'��� ���*'.*      '-  ���*". ���*    ' ��� " ���  - r a - . -   -  <&��r 8����g��^ (ib &&BS&, -:���...���������  , '     . a .-  ���       �� ��� - - a, ., .. ���-., ..  ���- '  ' ��� ��� ��� a t        <  * * * I  - -   e   .  . wssss \mmmmm  >.^.^-  GETTING      CRUNCHED,      Pender tho dcfcnccmnn two minutes In tho sin Trophy, In tlio juvenile flnnl, Elson  Harbour Bnntom forward j?ets burled bin, but Gibsons enmo through to win the Gloss clobbered Cnnfor Canadiens 7-1 to  under a Gibsons GT defenflemaii In tho gamo and tho Morgan's Mens Wonr win tho Secholt Indian Band .trophy,  final play-off gnmo of tho season. It cost ������ Timesphoto  j ������������*��� ���Ml h<t*.l��.l.ll   IMIMIIMlh     I   ���   ���WWiM��X.M      M    mm   ������-���   ���.���.*���   ������        ��!������     ������������ ������������   *������*!���    iMMWl M��     ������������������������*�������� ���t��W**W-Bi.^  *|Hin    ��� <l NWWM^IIIBT^ Wffll|lliWwla��l��II^IWW>Wi>l"a��i^l" ��IIIWlWP*M.^f !������>������ IWPWWMjl    l��P��MW> W1W**T^J  f * *** * !����������� fc     ���  ���       ���* ������* ��i * T f t , - H m  '���''..   v-@g|^Ctf^ Sto^flS^) ^8!l��^5li��ft  * i  0 Wednesday, May 14,1975  The Peninsula Times  Page 0-3  Hospital Week co-in coincidence ...  IN 1895, a five year old girl sat on the once belonged to her. The lady is on the  knee of a kindly old lady and sipped tea. Sunshine Coast this week visiting' with  Now, 80 years later, the girl keeps with relatives and she brought that silver  her a memento of the kindly old lady, candleholder with her. Ironically, the  The kindly old lady was  Florence lady's visit co-incided with Hospital  Nightingale .arid this silver caridlehblder Week"May 11 to 17.  Sechelt News Notes  PEGGY CONNOR 885-9347  Eddie Shane Tack made sure his grandmother Mrs. Jane Newcombe would be in  Vancouver to hear his school band and choir  play and sing, by sending her a ticket. Eddie  is 10 and plays the tenor saxophone and sings  in the choir in McCorkindale School. The  place was the Kerrisdale .Arena, where 5,000  people attended 'Nights of Music' put on by  the Vancouver School Music Teachers Ass'n.  Eighteen schools participated and this was  the first time they had massed together to  play and Jane declared it to be a wonderful  sensation to hear and feel the music as it  soared up and out the Arena. The climax  came when the combined bands and voices  sang '<����� Canada' *���'������������ and it was like Canada  large, full spreading over the audience and up  to the sky.  Alex and Rose Simpkins are delighted with  their grandson born Thurs., May 8 at St.  Mary's Hospital, son of Rick and Kathy  Simpkins, Rose's E.S.P. told her it would be a  boy.  Mrs. Ermui Robertson has returned from  a two week trip to visit old friends Mr. and  Mrs. Eric Wilson of Oakland, California. She  enjoyed several side trips to San Jose, Lake  Tahoe, Sanford University and San Jose State  University.  Past Noble Grand Club of the Sunshine  Rebekah Lodge held an enjoyable card party  May 3 at the home of the Frank Walker's in  West Sechelt. High single winner was Mrs.  Isabel Draper, for the ladies and for the men  Bert Parson. Ladies Consolation award went  to Mrs. Jean Newsham and her husband  George won the men's and also the door prize.  There were five tables playing.  Last Thursday the weatherman announced a warmer day and right on call in  flew the tree swallows to prove the fact, that  better weather is moving in. The starlings  who arrived before the wee flyers have taken  up the former nesting spots and are busy  flying in material for homes. They are the  first aerial lift loggers as the pieces of straw  they carry would be the equivalent of a log to  a man. Since the starling mvasion ,pf ,a_ Jjew  years ago we have had to build houses for the  swallows with entrances too small for the  shaggy blacks, they still try to keep the flyers  out by diving at them as they try to build.  Dr. Walt and Irene Burtnick went on a  family holiday with young Julian and Mary  and visited Walt's sister Myrna in Oakland,  California. Happy to see Myrna and Hank  Fourcades' new offspring Lorelle, and enjoy  swimming and sunning as the weather cooperated for the ten days of relaxation.  Saw young Hugo Gerrings new sister  Melissa, Dave and Sarah's second addition is  just as charming as the first is handsome.  It's an amazing co-incidence it should  happen during Hospital Week.  There is a lady visiting ori the Sunshine  Coast who carries with her a family treasure.  The lady brought with her a silver candlestick which once belonged to another lady  ��� the Lady with the Lamp, Florence  Nightingale. The candlestick has been in the  lady's family for 65 years.  The lady, who asked not to be identified, is  84 years old. She~tells the" story 6f hWlheT  candlestick came into her possession.  ' 'My father was the head gardener at Lord  Hamilton's castle in Scotland when I was a  young girl," she said, "and my older sister  worked in the castle.  , "Florence Nightingale was a regular  visitor to the castle arid Lord and Lady  Hamilton kept a furnished room there which  only she used. On the desk in that room were a  pair of silver candlestick holders," There are  pictures of her in the room which show the  candleholders on the desk.  "When Florence Nightingale died," the  lady said, "Lord and Lady Hamilton gave the  candlesticks to my older sister. When my  eldest sister, died, she left the sticks to me."  The lady was living in Canada when her  eldest sister died and in 196i, at the age of 71,  she flew to Great Britain.  "When I arrived in Scotland, riiy other  sister gave me the candlestick. There was  only one then, one had gone missing.  "They had a breakrin at their house and  much of their silver was stolen. They believe  one of the candlesticks was stolen at that  time."    '  The lady return^ to Canada with the  candlestick; This week she is here visiting  relatives.  "I can remember being a y;oung girl pf five  sitting on the knee of this Utile old lady and  having tea. I remember believing that that  lady was Florence Nightingale." ...'-  The lady would have, been five iri 1896.  Florence Nightingale was a regular visitor to  Lord Hamilton's estateuntilherdeatirin7l9l6  at age 90.  Florence Nightingale entered nursing in  1844 at age 34 and found herself nursing at the  front in the Crimean War ten years later.  There her constant vigilance of the wounded  long into the night earned her the title 'Lady  with the Lamp.' After the war she returned to  Britain and continued in nursing. She was one  of the major reformers of hospital nursing in  that country.  jShe went into a quiet retirement until her  death in 1910.  Hides slated  HONORED for his attempt to save the house on the  Sechelt  Reserve  last  life of a woman last year, Constable Bob winter, Cst. Ogden found a woman  Ogden received a special citation from unconscious. Recognizing the symptoms  the si Johns Ambul^ce. Sechelt, Band of a coronary arrest, he carried on  Chief Calvin  Craigen presented the mouth to  mouth  rescusitation  until  citation to Cst. Ogden. Arriving at a medical help arrived.    ,    V  PENDER HARBOR - Pender Harbor  Seniors Citizens have scheduled as slide  presentation for their next meeting.  That meeting will be held May 19 at 7:30  p.m. at the Legion Hall.  Eric Brooks will be making the slide  presentation at the meeting.  Site of the new junior secondary school is  still up in the air.  l  The school board was scheduled to reveal  its final decision on the site last week.  But trustee Pat Murphytold the board's  May 8 meeting the decision had been postponed pending word from the department of  highways on the final route of its proposed  new highway.  The highway is expected to pass through  one of the sites most favored by trustees.  Secretary-treasurer Roy Mills said the  department of highways had told the board  the highway would have to go through block  *-.<���.. 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Block 12 emerged as one of three sites  most favored.at.recent public meeting on  school site choice.  Murphy said he expected a decision from  the highways department by May 19 on the  highway route.  Sechelt Indian band has presented the  board with a new lease proposal for 10 acres  near Porpoise Bay, another possible school  ���site.  !��,*    ,.���-*   -*��*r -M"   *  II-..  13 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR  model NT13��74  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  DELUXE RAUGE  model E3M#74  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  AUTOMATIC  WASHER  model WA774  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  AUTOMATIC  DRYER  model DE��754  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  MOBILE  DISHWASHER  model DC2449 (on castors)  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  26" COLOR TV (���piw state)  modol 26L13  i.   . I) i '  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  COMPONENT STEREO  ������wlth"8"TVaek'  modol STCll41X  ONCE  ONLY  1    SPECIAL  PRICE:  20" COLOR TV  modo|20T911  ONCE  ONLY  SPECIAL  PRICE:  COMPONENT STEREO  without 8 Track  model, STC116IX  ONCE  SPECIAL  $H  ^1195  PRICE:  Ono yoar froo sorvlco and,delivery with ovory Itom, but romombor  (hero's only ono of oachl |  SEE US FOU A mNEY-SA WING  PACKAGE PRICE! ���  ii nfauiMi,-m-rilir"iMi Mn~iiir "fnr-Hmitonrlhwir  iimnrtto* ill"Mr*T-"ftir ���M"iifJ-'r1���t-^fflrr-ri���ir1>,TV-*,a"  Dfl<sruinrsB  SALES and SERVICE  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-9816  IM .gfft  /  I  ��� I  The PENINSULA^fe^  Page 0-4  The Peninsula Time  Wednesday, May 14,1975  -D6n Morberg, Managirig Editor  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  evejy other right  that free men 'prize,*'.'  ��� Winston Churchill  Readers' Right  Inside  av@ @��nie. anil  Some people don't like Timber Days.  They are probably the same people who  don't like; Christmas, hate puppies arid  steal flowers from the hospital lawn.  Sechelt's annual cause for going a bit  mad. is designed to be and should be  taken jn the spirit that a little fun never  hurt anorie. Deep is the black recesses of  the area a grumble or two emerges. We  hear "The thing is too much for kids"  from one corner, "The thing is too much  for adults" from the other.'  In the., middle are the hundreds,  literally hundreds of people who have  been working since early January to  make these three days a fun event. They  have put a lot of work into it and it would  probably embarrass them silly to bring  them up in front of everyone and thank  them. But you can show them that you  appreciate their efforts by taking a little  time out to drop by the Timber. Days  festivities Saturday, Sunday and  Monday. It is practically guaranteed  that once" you "arrive there, yoirwillbe  swept up in the madness of it all. It's  darn hard to avoid having good time  when everyone around you is enjoying  themselves.  This commentary, by the way, is for  thefew who planned to avoid the Timber  Days  celebrations!.  The  rest  of , us  .already know where to head for some  fun.  While Sechelt braces itself for  Timber Days.) we ask you to take a  second out for a moment of thought. This  is Hospital Week.  While the noise and merriment wafts  around one end of Sechelt village, at the  other end, the quiet everyday life and  death struggle goes on. . ., ���  The Sunshine Coast is lucker than  most areas in two ways. First they have  a top notch hospital and staff and  secondly, they have a great number of  people who vvill give generously of their  time, energy and effort to help, the  hospitd. ������/���..'  "P" We don't know of many other places  where the hospital auxiliaries are as  active or as important to the operation of  the, hospital. There is no denying that  without the constant and continuing  interest of these groups ^d individuals,  the high quality of hospital care and  general exceptional atmosphere and  high morale among the patients would  be much more difficult to obtain.  The auxiliaries, the volunteers, the  staff, the administration, the medical  Staff which we liave at St. Mary's are  exceptional arid we are fortunate to have  them. May they never be taken for  granted andmay we never forget to .give  them the support, encouragement and  recognition they so ricMy deserve.  Editor, The Times:  Sir ���I find-your article 'Board Gets  Spr^y-Report' un-nerving in its matter of  fact, cool and scientific tone.  Those of us who are anxious.about poison  being dropped from the air into our water  supply can now relax because the Department of Agriculture has issued a permit and  the ^poisons used were, small amounts of  harmless 2-4-D and 2-4-5-T. The application  was supposedly monitored with 150 foot strips  left at the edges of the property. The letter to  the Regional Board from the Department of  Agriculture implies that with all of these  precautions and government involvement,  there could be no danger.  What showed on the application to the  Department of Agriculture and was later  presented as fact to the Regional Board is  nowhere near the reality of that spraying  operation. I was at the scene and spoke  with a representative of the Department  of the Environment monitoring the aerial  application. He had no idea that'the tributaries which were sprayed arid already  showing a thick shiity gating of diesel oil  were withur 100 feeliofiritakes for dririkirig  water. He thought that he was in some remote  forest region.. .his maps didn't show the  dozens of homes scattered through the forest,  each using the streams and tributaries  running down through the hydro line for  drinking water. Private. property was  sprayed directly and poisonous mist blew  down into neighboring yards and gardens.  Your article failed to mention who it was  that used the chemicals. Witherby Tree Farm  used the herbaddes in order to choke out all  other Broad leaf vegetafion that might impede the growth of their Christmas trees. This  large   non-business; leases   B.C.   Hydro  esturiatiori^,snouid not hwe been ^bwe^ by;  either   Hydro   or   the   Department   of"  Agriculture to so jeopardize the health of the  people living here. 24-D is not a harmless  chemical.  It is extremely hazardous  to  Somebodyis getting lightf ingered with the  hospital flowers. The flowers planted around  St. Mary's to'beautify and'decorate are being  borrowed by people who would rather see  them beautify and decorate their own homes.  A friend of mine at the hospital said, "we  like to think th^tthe.Jipjsjpited grounds are part,  band concerts, f^je|;|Sip^fe.lBy^n an  what   happens?   Someone   pinches   some  flowers."  My friend said the appropriate authorities  , believe the flowers were ripped off by adults  rather then children.  "When a child takes a flower, they usually  take a short stem. When an adult takes, a  flower to take home and put in a vase, they  take a long stem. Our .flowers had been  , broken off close to the j*rouhd."  So hospital flower stealers beware, you  are being watched. Beside that, you're not  doing anyone a favor, Bet you stead candy  from babies when the flowers are not in  season. People, work hard to make the  By Don Morberg  ���^hospital beautiful, so knock! it off,  '���UNLIKE the death of his brother, the  r death of Reg Paull didn't make front page  news.  Reg Paull died last week after a long  series of trips in and out of the hospital. He  'i^hadarquiet ftmera|cm.the*rt?serve. When his  ^; ^th'^^  (*1*wihfe-WiMd-be rem-embered by his deeds. These  deeds would-be his monuments.  Reg didn't leave deeds, but he did leave  monuments. r ,���-���������  ;;3 Reg Pa\ill was a wood carver, one of the  best. "He could have been famous," someone  lipid me, "he was really one of the top car-  livers."      ' .." .   'P  He left his monuments too. Real, three  dimensional monuments that you can see and  touch. The intricate, flashing beauty of the  table in trie Sechelt Band meeting office is a  good example as are the. carvings and  paintings on the walls there. He did most of  them. They are his monuments.  iunshine Coastings  In recent years, kindergarten has been  placed on a pedestal along with Mother and  Apple Pie as representing the highest  aspirations and accomplishments of North  American civilization.  No-ono criticises Mother. No-one says a  word against Apple Pie. And no right-thinking  North American would oven consider  speaking out against kindergarten.  Well, I'm afraid I'm going to havo to put  my head on tho block again and wait for tho  axe of public indignation to fall,  For what It's worth, I view kindergarten  ns ono moro nail in tho coffin o? family life,  And with family life being In tho state It is, tho  last thing It needs Is ono moro nail,  At last week's school board mooting, a  group of young mothers pressed for tho  ' establishment of n  kindergarten In tho  Ijingdnlo area,  Sounds Innocuous enough, doesn't It?  But consider this; tho average child over  * 'Uioagbbfsixlinorid  day nt school, And away from homo.  Tills Is six hours a day during which  children nro exposed to what I chooso to think  of as 'grPup-thlnk,' In other words, they nro  sublimating their Individuality for tho sake of  conformity,  During those six hours a day, thoy nro  ^lrawn away from what should bo Uio BtablUty  ot family life towards tho communal activities of school.  Tho school years, themselves, drain from  students a groat proportion of tho sense of  'family' thai linn been Instilled Into thorn from  birth.  Add I., i!i,, tho hours per wook that  children t       with thoir poem, at bankotball   gamcri or jyliiiicyer, and It becomes obylous  that piirouliuiro left wltlia strictly"limited"  tlmo to raise their children In tho way they  doom mor;t appropriate.  If li'i^.i "Huilon witoi-H Into Iho picture,  chll'in-n will bo taken from homo at an oven  nnrlfoVilpand oxpoM-d to Iho pressures of  communal ](if<\  Tho frli'.liUuilnn aspect of the situation, to  mo, Ih thm Iho parents, themselves, aro tho  driving   force  behind   tho   kindergarten  BY ALASTAIR ROGERS  movement.  If, Indeed, the average parent of our time  would rather consign their offspring to the  care of kindergarten, and into the clutches of -  'group-think," then perhaps family life is  doomed anyhow.  It seems more likely, though, .that the  group of young mothers who exhibited such  unbridled enthusiasm for the kindergarten  system at tlio recent school board meeting  wns reacting to tho pressure of a current  trend, rather than making a decision on the  basis of the merits of kindergarten.  It seems unlikely, indeed, that thoy aro  prepared to concede that virtual strangers  can bo expected to play tho dominant role in  tlio development of their children with more  success than thoy .can themselves.  Or maybe thoy would rather play bingo for  a couple of hours each afternoon than bring  up their children.  What's wrong  with parents?  A'W  "TO  ���"-w  17  *7tic SmtitHG (2<M4t sfau famed  THE SUNSHINE CHORISTERS  In Concert ��� ,  with  Local Guest Artists  May 24-Saturday-8:00 p.m.  Socholt Activity Room, Socholt  AdultB ��� $ 1,00 Studanti, Sonlor Cltlx*n�� ��� 60c  mm*  #*  ���*�����  i > **  v  i r:  v*MKT'  i.^y_^thtA^\ t ns,  sLj  x^  X  X  pregnant women. When the final results are  in concerning the levels of herbicide actually  deposited iri the drinking water of hundreds of'  Roberts Creek citizens, I hope that the*  Regional Board will take a firm stand on  banning the use of aerial application of  herbicides and pesticides here on the coast  where so msiny us of are trying to live life  away from the chemicals and pollutants that  have become an inescapable aspect of  modern existence.  KenDelgleish  Gibsons  Superior intellect  is n  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� What's wrong with the parents in  this area?.  On Tuesday, April 29, the Gibsons Athletic  Association had their annual meeting.' Five  people turned out (these people make up the  executive). ���  If it were not for these few people your kids  would not be playing soccer, baseball,  hardball or have swimming lessons. If as  many parents turned out to these meetings as  kids turnout to take part in these sports we  would have a wonderful turnout. The kids  want to take part in these sports but the  parents won't come forward to take part in  helping to organize or to help in raising funds.  Shirlpy Macey spends hours organizing ball  equipment, schedules and coaches. Chasing  after sponsors to supply equipment so your  kids can play In these sports.   ,  So parents show the same Interest your  kids show and turn out,  The Association badly needs a new  president as Larry Labonte is stepping dWn.  Unless more parents come forward there will  be no sports come next fall,  Come to a meeting and find out just how  much a uniform costs, a soccer ball costs or  how much Is spent on baseball equipment,  Sue Whiting  Secretary,  Sunshine Coast Soccer Association  RCMP thanked  rfor speedy work  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� Tho following is a copy of a letter  sent to RCMP Sgt, Peter Church,  Dear Sergeant Church:  The Chamber of Commerce, on behalf of  the businessmen of Secholt, with to extend  our heartfelt thanks for your .Detachment's  speedy apprehension of suspects In relation to  the vandalism which occurred In Secholt'  during tho evening hours of April 5-0, 1075.  Sechelt District Chamber of Commerce  (Mrs.)J.Mathon  Secretary  Ejfitor^^The^Timiraj;.;.;^ P,���^.,y;x.,^._..  iSir   ���   Waichuigt^  Channel Sik last night gave me a;hearty laugh  in the midst of ian 'j^a}i^y'(^''':^\��T  subject, hanging'-or^ caj^l^ puriitshi^nt.  During the questioning one member"of the  cabinet had to admit that the major it of his  constituents were in favour of the supreme  penalty enforced. Then added, "most  Canadians don't really know what they want  so we in the government;don't necessarily  have to listen to them because (now this is  what got;me) we are of a superior intellect,  that's why we are here, not to do their bidding  but to do what we know is best for them."  What utter hogwash, superior intellect my  eye. No wonder they don't want TV in the  Commons or we would see a group of six year  olds playing at being adults, hooting arid  howling and calling each other names under  the guise of potiticS privtiedge.We'll get the  same, results in this we got when we lost our  good revered Canadian flag, when we got our  finnedtforces all mixed up in a mulligan stew,  ., sp now we have diipsihd nobody wants to run  them, pilfering our west coast salmon and no  ships to guard them. I could go on and on. All  this is the result of the superior intellect of the  Liberal party, with which who needs enemies.  KeithComyn  Story listed  WFOHfJ HCHEBS  In last week's story headlined 'Hospital  cuts loss,' The Times inadvertently listed the  names of directors elected to1 th�� hospital  board at the 1974 annual feriefal^eeting'.1'"  The names of those elected at the 1975  meeting are: J. Logan, D. Macklam, I.  Morrow, E. Burritt and R. Reid.  Current membership of the board of  directors is:  Chairman, G. Hall, Sechelt; vice-  chairman, W. McKibbin, Sechelt; treasurer,  J. Janiewick, Sechelt; regional district  representative, F. West, Gibsons; coordinating council representative, C. Raines,  Roberts Creek; provincial government  representative, I. Gooldrup, Madeira Park.  Other members are: V. Bracewell,  Hopkins Landing ; L. Goddard, Gibsons; J.  Logan, Halfmoon Bay; C. Ward, Davis  Bay; D. Macklam, Roberts Creek; M. Rae  Madeira Park; I. Morrow, Gibsons; E.  Burritt, Gibsons; R, Reid, Gibsons,  It was a happy group of people who enjoyed the party in the Legion in Madiera Park  for Warne Hartley,  Kay ct the bar collected donations some  time previously to get a cake and a gift of two  bottles of brandy. Kay and Tom also came up  with a set of glasses on their own behalf. I  understand Warne was meeting some of his  grandchildren for the first time. What a  lovely surprise. Many thanks to all who  helped make this a memorable evening.-,  My wife should be back from Portland  when this paper is published and about time  too. The house is like a morgue without her,  and I hate to cook. Guess I'll move a sleeping  bag down to KellysM  Poor Roddy Webb, doomed to lay on his  back for a few days with nothing to do but look -  at sdapoperason T.WThat's gotto be a fate"  worse than death. Look forward to seeing you  back in action old buddy.  A camera has finally come into my  possession. I have to admit it looks asvif its'  seen better days' but Ray Mair and Harry  Munro at the high school did some work on it  and it now works like a charm. All it needs  now is someone behind it who knows what he  is doing. Bear with me. In the absence of my  regular typist, Pat Garrison has volunteered  to fill in. I sure do appreciate it, Pat; remind  me to buy you a drink or two next time I see  you in the local watering hole.  Wilf Harper has a spot of trouble. Seems  the cat he was using at Ron Smails' property  gave up the ghost and Wilf tells me the repair  bill looks to be in the region of five grand.  Better you than me Wilf -1 get a repair bill  for fifty bucks and I'm in trouble!  Evons Hermon was telling me that this  coming May Day celebration is the latest ina  line that goes back thirty years or more. I'm  sure there must be some old timer irithis area ,  that could verify this. If anyone kribws when  Pender Harbour started to celebrate May  Days would they please getjn touch with me.  We had some visitors just before Marge  left for Portland. They were the: only people  on Marges' side of the .family who hadn't  stayed with us since we arrived here.  Namely, her young brother Gerry and his  wife Thelma.  Gerry is a partner in a wholesale florists in  townaridThelma.; apart from being Smother  and housewife teaches skating at the North  Shore Winter Club in North Vancouver.  We hope they will make a return visit soon,  because though Gerry isn't much to look at,  his wife is a real doll. (Just kidding Gerry!)   c I was ..chatting recently with one of our  young hockey players. I won't mention his  name because he was supposed to he in school  at the time and he wanted to know why his  team got so little coverage in the Times. I was  . able to assure him that next season I will  arrange tp,publish the scores Of every game  the youngsters ,play.  i by Jock Bachop 883-9056  Heard a rumour in the Legion the other  night. Some stranger bought a round for the  house and hinted that he1 was; thinking of '  opening a steak and pizza place in Madeira  Park. Time will tell I guess.  The May Day Dance on the seventeenth in  the Cominunity Hall in Madeira ^ Park  shounds.like it will be fun. The Whiskey Jacks  will provide the music and clam chowder and  home made goodies will be' served at 11:30  P.M. Tickets are seven dollars per couple.  Some residents are upset because, the  Legion is holding a dance the sameevening.  They feel the Legion is aware the Community  Hall holdsa dance every May Day and should  not compete against the club. I have no stake  in this but feel'perhaps in the future both  organizations should get together and try and  avoid using thesamedatesfor events. _  . Barry Leach wondered why I didn't report  fishermen and their catches in this area. For  instance who the fishermen are, their catches'  and what bait was used and where the fish  were caught etc.       ,  I think it's a good idea Barry and I'll try to  follow it up. If anyone has information of this  kind please call me, I'd be delighted^to print  it.   .     '  GIBSONS - RCMP took three suspects into  custody last week following the theft of three  vehicles.  Two trucks and a car were reported stolen  May 9 from the upper area of Gibsons. They  were later recovered in lower Gibsons, said  police.  Also May 9, a car parked on Abbs Road  was reported vandalised. Wires and hoses  had been ripped out, said police. Overnight on  the same date, a battery was reported stolen  from a car parked on Fletcher Road.  Police said charges were pending against  the men in custody.  The Peninsula*^^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-3231  A WEEK!  Shows start at 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.  HEADED FOR POWELL RIVER?  Don't let that stop you. We've designed our  schedule so you can catch the show AND catch  the ferry.  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35niiles, $8  USA, $10. Overseas $11.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont.  [Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet]  m0mmmmm0mmmmmmnmmmmmm0mmHtmnmmNnmtmw��wmmmmt  $mmmi%  adeira Park Ph. 883-2377  Coffoo Shop, Cocktail Lounge  iiiOgmiHaWWiiiiumi ivrtrr  Jjt  if  V w,.*s  ,; '���.������'iv.-u 4>h S  ty- i-bif? '���d \->  id. j �� i/-/.l'  (7- /*  oh  For enterprising people, people with  a sonso'oi pride In their accomplishments, there Is a special tlnonclal  organization, Ono thpt does more  than offor .savings, loans and convenient financial services. One that lots  thorn sham In, its'���',ownership and  gives them a spoclal understanding  of their financial noods,  This financial organization Is a  credit union, There are now moro  credit union offices than nny othor  financial organization In B.C, serving  ���moro than half a million pooplo,  Thoro's a credit union not far away  rondy1o,wolcomfl���You,���"'"'-ww'"*-,'~--,���'  Roady to halp you got things dono,  CREDIT  >' -iii i  Tho way to oot things donol Wednesday, May 14,1975  The Peninsula Times  CBC Radio presents for the first time  Canada's noted Shevchenko Musical Ensemble (named for the Ukranian poet-hero  Taras Shevchenko) directed by Eugene  Dolny. The ensemble consists of 20  musicians, mostly mandolin players, and 50  singers. Their stage presentations include  dancers also. Members come from all walks  of life, range in age from 15-70 years and  come from Ukranian, French, German,  Polish, Russian, Jewish, Finnish and Anglo-  Saxon backgrounds.  For their national radio debut Dolny was  selected an all Ukranian program and you  can hear them on Monday, May 19 at 8:03  p.m. on Music of our People.  WEDNESDAY, May 14  Concern 8:03 p.m. The program on Germany prepared for the 30lh anniversary of  V.E. Day and pre-empted last week will be  broadcast tonight. ,   ...'^  Country Roads 10:30 p.m. Live performance by The Country Jewels.  THURSDAY, May 15    ,  Themes and Variations 8:03 p.m. Parti ���  Mejrer-Fucte in E.  flat, Beethoven; Variations, Denis Riley;  Trio in B flat, Schubert. Part II, Jean-Paul  SeviUa piano, Carnaval, Schumann.  Jazz Radio-Canada 10:30 p.m. Frazer  McPherson Trio and Nimmons "n" Nine plus  Six.  FRIDAY, MAY 16  School Broadcast 2:03 p.m. Part I adaption of the novel Honor Bound by Mary Alice  and John Downie, about the Averys who  supported the losing side in the American  Revolution.  Canadian Conceit Hall 2:30 p.m.- Part I  Robert Cram, flute, Jerry Czaba, violin, Dina  Namer, harpsichord: Madrigal Sonata,  Martinu; Music de Cour, Francaix. Part II,  One-Third Nine Trio play Piano Trio in A  minor, Ravel.  Dr. Bundolo's Pandemonium Medecine  Show 7:30 p.m.  Between Ourselves 8:03 p.m. The Road to  Craigellachie ��� what the CPR meant to  those who remember it between 1900 and 1940.  Prepared-byDigbyFodden. -  B.C. Folio 9:30 program for and about  British Columbians.  SATURDAY, MAY 17  Our Native Land 12:10 p.m. examines the  reasons why non Indian people work with  Indians and their attitudes to the native  Vancouver^'  Morley   CalToghan's   report,  poetry by Robert Hawkes.  Music Alive 11:03 p.m. Cassenti Players -  Serenata - Invano, Nielsen; Septet, Renins.  SUNDAY, MAY 18  Cross Country Check-up 1:10 p.m.  National phone-in host Harry Elton.  Stanley Cup Playoff Hockey 3:03 p.m./  The Bush and the Salon 6:03 p.m Letitia  Hargrave by Ron Chudley.  The Entertainers 7:03 p.m. New Canadian  Rock Opera, Beowulf, lyrics by Betty Jane  Wylie, music Victor Davies, based on the life  of Beowulf who sets out to save threatened  King Hrithgar of Denmark in the sixth century.  CBC Playhouse 10:30 p.m. A Finite June-  moon  tion by David King ��� a surrealistic thriller.  Quebec (Now  11:03" p.m.  the  College  Militaire in St. Jean by Lou Craig."  MONDAY, May 19  Music of our People 8:03 p.m. Shevchenko  .Musical Ensemble in program of Ukranian  folksongs,  Identities 8:30 p.m. the Johnson Family  Discovered-���a,profile of a unique musical  family of six "from Tinidad now living in  Toronto.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 p.m.  Who's.Who Part II; Interview with John  Entwistle, bass guitarist and songwriter,  TUESDAY, May 20  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. Part X  Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Canadian  Children's Opera Chorus," Toronto Symphony  Orchestra conducted by Kazuyoshi Akiyama.  Part II "Remembering Gypsies Blue and  Butterflies" by Anne Leaton, duologue between a man and a woman at a turning point in  the middle 4)f their lives;  Touch the Earth l0:3�� P-m- concert,by  Sneezy Waters.  .nA,.-  / Hot Air 1:30 Jazz from Vancouver with  Bob Smith;  Opera by Request 2:03 p.m. requests to  Bill Hawes, Box 500,Termiha"A" Toronto,  M5W1E6-  Music de Chez Npus 6:30 n.m. Janina  Fialkowska, piano; Partita No. 1 in B flat  major, J.S/Bach; Three Pieces, Opus IL,  Schoenberg; Sonata in C major, Beethbven;  Sonata in B minor, Liszt.  CBC Stage 8:03 p.m. Diary of a Madman  by Russian author Nikolai Gogol.  My Music 9:00 p.m. Musical quiz from the  BBC.  Anthology 10:03 p.m. "A Woman Crossing  the Street" story by Irene Friedman of  erungs  colour on the afternoon of May 3 when  President Alex Ellis opened die doors at 2  p.m. and welcomed customers to the annual  spring plant sale.  The centre table, the first to greet the eyes,  of the visitors was massed with/daffodils, i  narcissus and. primroses. Two long- tables  flanking the centre table were packed with  perennial plants, dahlia bulbsi strawberry  roots and rock plants. In- one corner, Vi  Woodman did a brisk business with flowering  shrubs - lilac, broom, weigela and teasel.  Offsetting the display, the handsome new;  drapes which had only been installed that  morning added still another brilliant touch of  ������by Mary Tinkley  dolour. With that gardening expert, Janet  Allen on the spot with advice and counselling  on the various species of plants, business was  brisk from the start. As an experiment, the  sale was run on self-service lines and it took  little over an hour for the tables to be cleared.  , Whenthe last customer had left, all hands  turned to cleaning up the hall for the evening  whist drive which was well patronized. High  score prize winners were Alice Fraser and  Bill Pallant. A hearty vote of thanks was given  to Mrs. Vince Shannon who had made and  installed the hew drapes in record time.  During the very happy coffee intermission  which followed, it was agreed to hold another  Whist drive on June 7 at 8 p.m.  <y.daM^��i��ft^  RICHARD HARRIS, pictyred above,  Omar Sharif and David Hemmings star  in    high    seas    suspense   , drama,  'Juggernaut'; opening Saturday at the  Twilight Theatre.  If you've had your fill of nudity and 'ultra-  violence' at the movies lately, then this  week's bill at the Twilight Theatre has  something for you.  Starting tonight is another offering from  the irrepressible 'Carry on Gang', 'Carry on  Screaming'.. It shares double billing with  'Mutiny on the Buses', a comedy based on  television's hit 'On The Buses' series.  One of the questions most asked in  showbusinesscircles is: Why the particularly  enormous success of 'Buses' compared to  other TV comedies now being blown up for the  big screen?  "Both this and the last film have a lot of  visi|al comedy in them which transcends any  language or class barrier," says director  Harry Booth, "and there is an association  with the characters In any walk of life in all  nations of the world, Every working group  has its tyrant in the form of the boss, and they  are epitomised In the Inspector. I think every  home has a sister or brother-in-law situation  which Is something akin to Arthur and Olive.  As for Doris Hare ��� well, she's everyone's  Mum.  "Perhaps most important, although it Is a  team show, Rog Varney as Stan Butler Is tho  pivot. Ho Is the lovable fall-guy who always  comes up smiling. He's a lot llko Chaplin, you  know, You can't destroy characters llko that.  Hit thomi laugh at them, cry with thorn but  they'll always come bouncing back. Reg has a  lot of Chapltncsquo nbout him."     .'     "''"  But Harry believes that perhaps the  greatest reason tho film's success Is that:  "Wo provided a vital need ��� to bring family,  entertainment back t;o tho cinemas. Of course  there Is room for everything In tills vast film  Industry, but I think Uiero has beon too much  sox and violence. Families haven't been ublo  to find sultnblo films to seo,  -a����^Fo)lowlng'-thisr'Qnd-equ;olly-0uUablo-for^  family viewing, Is David V, Picker's  "Juggernaut," t\ gripping susporoo' drama  sot on the high sons, starring n brilliant International cast, bonded by Richard Harris  nnd Omar Sharif with David Hemmings,  Anthony Hopklas, Shirley Knight, Inn Holm,  Gospel group  concert set  Shoklnnh, Uio popular Vancouver-based  gospel music group, will mnkon return visit.  to tho const this weekend.  The group is scheduled to appear May 10  at tho Glnd Tidings Tnbornaclo in Gibsons  nnd May 17 nt Sechelt Elcmentnry School.  Itotli performances start nt 7:30 p.m.  Slioklrinli, from tlio Opeif BU)lo Cliapol in  Vancouver,.received nn onthufilftfltlcf  response from locnl residents during previous  porformnnces hero In Mnrch nnd April,  Slogan of Iho group Is: 'It's n now day,'  Clifton James and Roy Kinnear.  Most of the action takes place aboard a  25,000-ton luxury liner, Brittanic, on a holiday  cruise with nearly 1,000 passengers and crew  members aboard. Suddenly the holiday  atmosphere is shattered by a threat against  the vessel and its human cargo.  The picture was literally launched at the  English port of Southhampton when Lester  and his company set sail Into the gale,, tossed  seas off the coast of Britain. In their 16 days  at sea, some 75 actors and technicians, 300  extras and the ship's working crew of 400  covered some 2,000 nautical miles vectored  by detailed daily weather forecasts from the  Meteorological Station at Bracknell,  England.  The final four days of the. trip was spent in  ttie English Channel. The Britannic anchored  at night In Torbay, filming a few miles offshore with. Richard Harris, a half dozen  stuntmen and a private navy of support  vessels. ,   '  The Sunshine Coast Chamber Orchestra?  All right who laughed? This is serious.  Frances Gall is serious. The Gambier  Island resident has received an Opportunities  for Youth grant to assemble local musicians.  "I'm looking for any local resident who  plays an orchestral instrument and would like  to play with other people. The level they play  at really doesn't matter," Ms. Gall said, "the  progam is flexible enough to allow us to tailor  it to the needs of the people who come forward."  Her project is called 'Syrinx' and she has  received a $2,000 OFY grant to carry it off on  the Sunshine Coast.  "Basically, I am looking for any orchestral instrument player, but particularly  violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, oboe or  bassoon."  It is the viola which Ms. Gall is most  familiar with. She is presently studying viola  with Phiilippe Etter of the Piircell String  Quartet in Vancouver. She is a member of the  Quartet's chamber orchestra workshop and  has previously studied at the Sydney Con-  servatorium of Music in Australia. She holds  an associateship with the London College of  Music in piano and has taught both viola and  piano.  She believes there are a number of people,  like herself, who have moved to the Sunshine  Coast for various reasons, but who miss being  outside the mainstream of ongoing music  performance and study in the big centres.  This was the idea behind Syrinx.  "It is extremely helpful to play an Instrument with other people," she said, the  sounds created by more than one instrument  Is encouraging. Playing with another person  fulfils a basic need in a musician. It can get  very depressing to not have another musician  EVERY TUESDAY " 2 p.m., Solma Park Horizons bowling, Solma Parh  ��� 0 p,m��� Al-Anon mooting at St. Aldon's Hall, Roberta Crook,  ���    ���������   ���������������'-������������.   ���   '    ���    "     ���-   '       ���'       ' '    I"-  EVERY WEDNESDAY     1 p,m��� Senior Swlngors danco group, Old Loglori Hall, Socholl  OiOO p.m., Dingo, now Loglon Building, Soc  holt,  EVERY THURSDAY- M0 p,m��� dingo, Pondor Harbour Community hall,  ������-"TOPS" moollno at Public Hoalth Contro, l;3Q-3;00 p,m,  EVERY FRIDAY-1 p,m, ��� q p,m, Gibsons Unltod Church Womons Thrift' shop,  First Monday of oach month 2 p,m, social gathering, Third Mow ay of oach  month 2 p,m, a��noral mooting, Hoalth Contro, Gibsons,        ,������  May 14��� SPCA public mooting, Spoclal spoakor Mr, J, Jaworskl, Roglonal  Director of Vancouvor SPCA. Everybody wolcomo, Whitaker Houso, 7iSQ p,m,  May M ���G|bson�� Hospital Auxiliary Invito* you to attond thoir Dogwood  Luncheon, Gibsons Loglon Hall, 11 [30 a,m,-3 p.m,  May IS ���Sunshlno Coast Scholarship Bursary ond Loon Socloty Moollng,  Elphlnstono Library, Gibsons, 0 p.m,  May 17, 1 fl ft 19 - TURN OUT FOR TIMOER DAYS |  to play  with. I'm willing  to  offer  my  knowledge."  Ms. Gall said she would be willing to take  any number.  "The program is flexible in that we can  work with any number who turn up,," she  said, "if the people who turn up would rather  listen than perform, the entire program could  be turned into a series of mini-concerts and  workshops. Possibly the whole program could  be chamber music workshops.  The Purcell String Quartet have offered to  act as resource people for the grant program.  "I would be fooling myself if I expected  experienced"'musidans"to*suddenly:��ppear.?  Thatis-why the program is as flexible as it  is," she said.  If the chamber orchestral is successful, it  could continue long after the grant runs out,  she said, "if this part of it works that way, we  could look at it culminating in a public concert."  The money from the grant includes rental  of a suitable rehearsal area. Ms. Gall has her  eye on one in Gibsons, but, "if more people  come from the Sechelt area, then we will look  for an area^there. That too is flexible.  "We would be looking at working together  one evening a week, which evening is also  flexible, and I am looking at a June 3 starting  date."' "������ '  ' "   For more information, Ms. Gall can be  contacted at 886-9318 in the,, evenings.  ��� ml     i ia iin.  --t    V-  PS?  |      *   ,l     <    '     I  ',M  ''I'll  'I I       ,  |1|| 4 ii>l I1! | IJ lliWl i1 n ill i ji I'l'til'it I \\$\ 'lift 11|, U|i| ] ,i| |i, l)|i 10111,[{||,l|l i[i w ll i ^ .,i|i '|ii in i,lM|i  y^\'iK'p^tSi\^u"h\'!^ 1 ;.'*v  i^>\! ,"' "v1*! I'V vk' 'J'. 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RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  All Your Building Noods  Madolra Park Phono 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  |tho Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Conduction  I'nnolllno ��� Doors ��� Mouldings  .�����,.��������������,.,.��,,����..,���,.����.����. Gluo��-��-ln��u|ailon..��.��-...-i-��.����.-wu.����I-...��.*...  Hwy, 101 ��� G||i.on�� ��� 006-9221  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  CAPILANC* DRYWALL  Serving your area  PHONE 980-2368  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Backhoo ��� Cat  Water, Sewor, Drainage Installation  ' LandCloarlng  FREE ESTIMATES  U H SWANSON LTD;  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravol. Backhoo  Ditching > Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666,,   Box 172,    Socholt, B.C.  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  SopHc Tank���Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Cloarlng  Road Building���Gravol a Fill  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  FIREPROOF BUILDINGS  FIREPLACES  A. Simpkins  Sechelt ~~ Phone 885-2688  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks-Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PenConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  H. BANKA MASONARY LTD.  Stucco, Brick, Block, Stone, Concrete  SPECIALIZING IN THE REPAIR OF FIREPLACES.  OVER 8 YEARS IN LOCAL AREA  Phone or write H. Banka  7370 Gilley Ave., Burnaby  Phone [112] 433-3137  PAUL JUNTUNEN  Carpenter, Contractor, Framing, Forms,  Additions, etcetera  885-2837 after 6  Sandy Hook  TRINCOMAU TRUCKING  Box 188  Madeira Park  883-9122  Fill - Sand - Gravel  Drainrock-Top Soil  ELECTRICIANS  SUPERIOR   Electric Co.  Sechelt, B.C.  Call 885-2412 for Free Estimates,  Guaranteed Work and Reasonable Rates.  R. Simpkins, Lie Electrician  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons7B.C  Blair Kennett, sales manager  Phone 886-2765  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping   -  Shrubs  -  Fruit  Trees  -  Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping andtrees  Sunshine Coast Hwy.      Ph. 886-2684  FREEZER FOODS  POWELL RIVER  READY RESERVE FOODS  Will store up to 20years!  For further information call:  Sechelt Rep. O. Shinn 885-2816  Mon. thru Fri.  Between 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. .  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  119711 LTD,  "All. IllJILDINO MATEHIALS"  "READY-MIX"'  CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WCSTWOOD HOMES"  'GENERAL PAINT"  806-2642 n06.7O33  Highway 101 ���a G|h��on��  886-2830  Larry's Drywall Sorv|cos  Specializing In drywall applications  Insulated nnd taxturad callings  885-2464  DISPOSAL SERVICES  PENDER  HARBOUR. DISPOSAL  SERVICES  Weekly Garbage Plck-Up  Rubbish Removal otc,  Barry & Dan Leech 883-9133*  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tol. 806-2938 or 885-9973  whon   rohovatlng   or   spring   cleaning   call   us  for your disposal noods,  Commorclal Containers Avallablo  ELECTRICIANS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  MadolraPark, Phono 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ��� Full Hotel Facilities ���  LANDSCAPING  BALDUCCI BROTHERS  Rock Work and Landscaping  Cement Work of Any Kind  Call 594-2166 or 594-5241 COLLECT  PLUMBING & HEATING  L&R PLUMBING AND HEATING  New Installations and Repairs  residential and Commercial  Water Heaters, Hot Water Heating  885-2918 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Woter Heating ��� Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed   Phone 886-7017   SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil and. Electric Furnaces  Gutters, Flashing and Venting Jobs  Ph. 885-2466 * Box726 * Secholt, B.C.  Bus: 886-9533  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Contract and Renovation Work  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  . ;  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING LTD.  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box281, Gibsons 886-7320  RELIABLE ROOFING  Tar & Gravel  Duroid * Shakes  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-3545  Box 30, R.R. #1, Sechelt  RAY COATES  886-7872  RICK WRAY  886-7838  RADIATORS  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industflal'and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK I  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  MACHINE SHOPS  R.R. ��1r Socholt  I. E. FRADETTE  BRUCE C^^PBELL BULLDOZING  Road Building, Land Cloarlng, otc,  Hlllcroot Avo*, RR 1, Gibsons  886-7672  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  to Sell Buy, Bent  Swap, etc. *���  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taping and Filling by hnncl and machine  Spra'ylax Sparhlo Colling*  PHONE 808-2936  ECHELT  EPTIC  UMP  IPHON      ,  ERVICE '  , For sorvlco, Phono 1112-921-?644   _  anytime oiler 6 p.m,  (Phono cnll charge deducted Irom service charge)  Jack Hill, Prop,,  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phono 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  INCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062~~-~-~~~~~  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R,R, 1, Madolra Park  Phono 003-2749  Ponder Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF AU TYPES  Rosldontkd- Industrial ��� Commercial  All woih guhmnlei'd ��� Pro" estimates  Joe McCnnn, Box 157, Madeira Pnrk  Phone 003.9? 13  ^���"���"���>"'"'H ���   ���-���������������^������������������Mil*���.��������� ���ii..si   ���iiiihiibihii    ���HIIIIII i ail ���  -��"--~�� -"���-'���--"��� Ubo those spaces to .���.,-.*,.,...  roach noarly 15,000 pooplo  ovorywookl  At the Sign of thff Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  b\ MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machlno Shop-Arc and Acotylono Welding  Stool Fabrkatlng-MorlnoWays  Automotive and Marlno Repairs  Standard Marlno Station  Phone 886.7721      Res. 886-9956, 086.9326  MARINE SERVICES  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE ft INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes,  ��� Runabouts  _ Used Boat Sales  FREE   ESTIMATES. PH   006-9604  or  006-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  -.-..Comploto Marlno Accessories ��� Full line of ���������,���.  cartop runabout boats and cruisers  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 886-2512  Vancouvor toll Irooi 609-30)9  RENTALS  SEWING MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S S1GNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards ��� Banners ��� Truck Lettering  Boats ��� Plywood Signs ��� Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  MASONERY  4,RHODE  Matonary Construction  BRICK *BLOCK "STONE  FIREPLACES "FACINGS  7045, M2ndS|��� Surry, B,C,        Phone fl?fc9747  .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmm  MOVING b\ STORAGE  f ������ is������-!.������������ .si,���������.. Hi-.��� ������ '������������������������������������ i ��� wwiwuwii-wmim ��� n������,������, ������, n  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, pocking. Storage  PncKlnoMntorlolslor mlo  -       MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  . ���     Canada's No, ) Movors      , .  Ph. 886-2664, R.R,lG|b��on��  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  ���RENTALS and SALES  Easy  Strip   Concroto   Forming  Systems   ���  Com  pressors  -   Rototlllors   ���  Gonorator?   ���   Pumps  Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy, * Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2685  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domostlc & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooors to Lighting Plants  R.R.1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS ,  FOR AU TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING     ,  Comploto Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 805-2359 eves,  ' "RENT IT AT  ^^^..^SUNSHINE.RENTALS.LTDJi-^a^^.^.  North Road, Olbsons  "Wo Roni or Soil Almost Everything)"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants ��� Televisions  Rototlllors   ���   Comont   Mixers   -   Lawn   Rnkos  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 006-2040    24 HOUR SERVICE  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625        ���      Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marlno Building ��� Wharf Stroot  Box 609 ��� Socholt, D.C,  805-2332  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C, ��� Phone 006-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands avallablo  Monday to Saturday 0|30 a,m, lo 5:30 p.m.  Friday ovonlng by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ~ Comploto 1 roo Sorvlco.*�����,,,��..��.,����,��.���.,,��.  -��������� Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Worh  -> Prices You Can Trust  Phone J, RI5UEY, 000-2109  T.V. and RADIO  REPAIR SERVICE  C, H. EntorprUon  GUARANTEED REPAIRS  To Washers, Pryors, R��nn��r�� (commorclal and  domostlc), Boilers and llaallng,  R.R. Al, Davis Bay Phon.CllH 005-9721  Your Ouslnoaa Card  ~��� ���-��������-��� InlhlB-'OpacO'Wlll---���:���-.. --  roach noarly 15,000 pooplo |  Low Cost ��� High Powor  J fi\ C ELECTRONICS  PHILCOFORD SALES A SERVICE  .... wo sorvlco oil brand*  005-2560  across Irom tho Rod B, While  SECHELT  I  0  row AB��  IM  U  MM MM MM. MM MM M MM MM MM MM M MM IM MM MM MM M MM MM MM MMj MM I  ���M  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOMG  and ZENITH DHALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  noxW,5ndi^ ~  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  TOP'S'i  CSE3SS232SSS  ^^^   W ^^   >^^^J  .^m-^s^   ^mmm   s^*a^W   l^*^^   j^^l^   .^M^   .^^^|   .^^1^^   .^^M|   |^l*^l   >^^��^^   .���^������^s^s^   .^^m  J_mmm  WW*mm\  FWS|   P^Wfll   pp���m   .!^HQ|  |^.*^^   ,-^mH|  |^^VJ   |^^M|   ^^mm   ^^m] ^^^^   r^^^   ^^^Q   .^^^   ^sw^ One of our four-ply,  built-up far and  gravel roofs will last  you about 20 years.  ��� free estimates ���  886-7320  Box 281  Gibsons  WEDNESDAY, MAY 14  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL?  CHANNEL ���  CHANNEL 12  00 Coronation  :15 Street  30 Edge Of  ���  45 Night  $10,000  Pyramid  One  Life  Another  World  Another  World  The  FBI  Price Is  Right,.  Match  Game  Cont'd  Cont'd  Good  Word  Price Is  Wt  ,  Dealer's  Choice  :0Q Juliette  15 Juliette  30 ThJrty-  :45 Edmonton  General  Hospital  Money  Maze  Somerset  Somerset  Movie:  "The  Your  Move  Take  Thirty  Tattle  Tales  Dinah  Dinah  He Knows  She Knows  Another  World  About  Faces  Diamond  Head  :00 Family  15 Court  ;30 Expo  45 Baseball  Brady  Bunch  Bonanza  Bonanza  ��� Hangin1  Tree*'  Gary  Cooper  Family  Court  Dr.  Zonk  Dinah  Dinah  Dinah  Dinah  Another  World  Brady  Bunch  Funorama  Funorama  Funorama  News  5  :00  15  30  ;45  Expo  Baseball  Atlanta  VS.  Bonanza  Bonanza  News  News  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  Baseball  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  News  News  Ironside  Ironside  ironside  Ironside  News  News/  Merv  Griffin  00 Montreal  15 Cont'd  :30 Cont'd  45 Cont'd  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  Baseball  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  Mike  Douglas  News  News  News  News  Cont'd  News  News  News  7  oo  :15  30  :45  Cont'd  Cont'd  Can. Sport  Report  Seattle  Sounder's  Untamed.  World  Truth Or  Consequences  Treasure  Hunt  Baseball  Cont'd  Sports  Report  Mike  Douglas  MikI  Douglas  That's  My Mama  Wonders  Wild  Challenging  Sea  Hollywood  Squares  :00  :15  :30  .45  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  That's My  Mamp  Movie:  "Promise  Little  House  On The  Prarie  The Flying  Nun  Brady  Bunch  Tony  Orlando  &  Dawn  Special-  National  Geographic  Cont'd  Dr. In  The House  MASH    x  MASH  :00  :15  :30  :45  Bob  Switzer  Partridge  Family  Him  Anything"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lucas  Tanner  Lucas  Tanner.  Little  House  On The  Praire  Cannon  Cannon  Cannon  Cannon  Movie:  - "Puzzle  Of A    ���  Downfall  Owen  Marshall  Owen  Marshall  10  oo  15  :30  45  TBA  TBA  TBA  TBA  Special  "Dpi  '  USA  75  iryland  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Petrocelli  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Dan August  Dan August  Dan August  Dan August  Child"  Faye  Dunaway  Cont'd  All In     ,  The Family  Crimes Of  Passion  11  :00  :15  :30  ,:45  News  News  News  News  News  News  Wide  World  News  News  Tonight  Show  News  News  News  News  Movie:  News  Price Is  Right  News  News  News  News  Cont'd  Cont'd  ���Movie:  "She  12  00  :15  30  45  Wednesday Playbill       '  "Harvey"  Special-  'Spencer  Tracy  Biography  Tonight  Show  Tonight  Show  Movie:  "The  Angry  Breed"  Movie:  The  Devil's  Eight-  Movie:  "Thousand  Plane  Raid"  Cried  Murder"  Cont'd  Cont'd  THURSDAY, MAY 15  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  00 Coronation  .15 Street  30 Edge Of  45 ' Night  Daytime  Programming  Cont'd  Another  World  Another  World  The  FBI   ���  Edge Of  Night  Price Is  Right  Match  Game  Cont'd  Cont'd  Good  Word  Price Is  Right  Dealer's  Choice  3  ;00  :15  30  :45  Juliette  J ill ietfe  Take  Thirty  General  Hospital  Blankety  Blanks '  Somerset  Somerset  Movie:  Bachelor  It's Your  ' Move  Take  Thirty  Tattle  ' Tales  Dinah  Dinah  He Knows  She Knows  Another  Work  About  Faces  Diamond  Head  00 Family ���  15 Court  30v Forest  45 Rangers  Money  Maze  Bonanza  Bonanza  In  Paradise  Bob  Hope  Family  Court  Hi Diddle  Day  Dinah  Dinah  Dinah  Dinah  Another  World  Brady  Bunch  Funorama  Funorama  Funoramp  News  :00  :15  :30  :45  NHL  Hockey  Playoffs  Cont'd  Bonanza  Bonanza  News  News  Lana  Turner  News  News  Flying  Nun  News  News  News  News  News  News  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Ironside  Merv  Griffin  Merv  Griffin  00  15  30  :45  Hockey  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  News  Mike  Douglas  News  News  News  , N.ews  Merv  Griffin/News  News  News  ,:00  15  :30  45  Hockey  Cont'cf  Around  Circle  ���To Tell Truth' Lawerence' 'Mike Karen" High  The Truth Consequences Welk Douglas Karen Chapparral  World Of Let's Make Lawrence Mike Funny High  Animals A Deal Welk Douglas Farm Chapparral  00  15  30  45  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  Hourglass  Barney            Sun                    The The Streets The  Miller             Shine                 Carol Waltons Of Waltons  Karen             Bob                   Burnett The San The  Karen Crane Show Waltons Francisco / Waltons  9  00  15  ;30  45  Sports  Scene  Salty  Salty  Streets  Of    .  San  Francisco  Mac  Davis  Show  Cont'd  Police  Woman  Police  Woman  Movie:  TBA  TBA  TBA  Police  Surgeon  Maclear  Maclear  'VO  Hollywood  Squares  Movie:  "The  10  oo  15  30  :45  Partridge  Family  TBA  TBA  Harry O  Harry O  Harry O  Harry O  Dean  Martin  Celebrity  Roast  Rockford  Files,  Rockford  Files  TBA  TBA  TBA  TBA  Kung  Fu  Kung  Fu  Assassination  Bureau"  Diana  Rigg  11  :00  15  :30  M  News  News  News  News  News  News  Wide  World  Cont'd  Cont'd  Tonight  Show  Nows  News  Nows  News  News  News  Price Is  Riflht  News  News  News  News  Cont'd  Cont'd  Movie:  "Hee  12  ;00  :15  :30  45  Movie:  "Cruel  Soa"  (British)  Special-  "Jt'i  Magic"  Cont'd  Tonight  Show  Tonight  Show  Movie;  "The  Young  Savages"  Cried  Murder"  Moviei  'Return  To  Paradise'  Ramsoy-  AHard  Road To  Vengonce"  -WEDNESDAY, JHAY-14^ -^  Channel 8 ��� 9 p.m. ��� Puzzle of a  Downfall Child-an aging fashion model  recalls the loves and neuroses that defeated  her Career.  Channel 12 ��� 11:30 p.m. ���She Cried  Murder about a murdering cop and a witness  to his crime.  Channel 2,~:12 midnight ���Harvey -  James Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd; a gentle  tippler with an invisible rabbit friend.;  Channel 6 ��� 12 midni^bt ��� The Caine  Mutiny Ms& on ^  Prize-winning World War 11 story starring  Humphrey Bogart, Fred MacMurray, and  Van Johnson.  THURSDAY, MAY 15  Channel 7 -9 p.m. - Tell Them, Willie  Boy is Here a gripping superbly acted story  about a search for a renegade Indian in 1909  California.  Channel 12 ��� 9:30 p.m. ���The  Assassination Bureau - dry wit sparks this  dark satire about an international  organization that kills for profit  Channel 8 ��� 12 midnight ��� Return to  Paradise - J.ames A. Mitchener's romantic  tale of a wanderer and his years in the South  Pacific.  Channel 6 ��� 2:10 a.m. ��� Raising the  Wind - end-of-term exam at a London music  school nears and pandemonium reaches  fortissmo peak.  ���ChanneL8;-^-2':20a;m. ���The-Ceremony- -  grim, confused tale of murder, robbery, and  jealousy involving two brothers in Tangiers.  FRIDAY, MAY 16  Channel 7 ��� 8 p.m. ��� Don't Drink the  Water - an American family's' Greek  vacation is disrupted when they are hijacked  to Vulgaria.  Channel 8 ��� 8:30 p.m. ���Let's Switch-  .chads ensues when the editor of a women's  n^gazd^ roles with her former  college c^ium, ,a,^^subur^M hoiKei^e.  Channel 7"��� l):30p.m. .,��� Robert Mitchum  gives one of his finest performances in Going  Home, about a father-and-son reunion thirteen years after the father had killed the  boy's mother.  Channel  12 ���11:55  p.m. ��� Rio  Bravo  John Wayne and Dean Martin in a sheriff-vs-  , badmen tale.  SATURDAY, MAY 17  Channel 5 ��� 3 p.m. ���The Trackers-a  strong-willed rancher and an equally  stubborn frontier scout join forces to find a  missing girl.  Channel 5 ��� 9 p.m. ��� The Great Escape -  part X - adventure drama set during the  second World War.  SUNDAY, MAY 18  Channel 4 ��� 8:30 p.m. ��� Friendly Persuasion-a gentle Quaker couple risk their  lives to help runaway slaves find freedom.  SATURDAY, MAY 17  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNELS  CHANNELS  CHANXSL7  CHANNELS  CHANNEL 12  00 The  :15 Preakness  :30 Horse  45 Race  00 Scottish  15 Cup'   30 Final  45 Cont d  00 Cont'd  15 Cont'd  30 Contjd  45 Cont a  Sun  Shines  Nellie"  Cont'd  Tennis  Tennis  Tennis  Tennis  "The  Preakness"  Horse  Race  "The  Preakness"  Horse  Race  Frontier  Collection  Griff  Griff  "The  Preakness"  Horse .  Race  Action  Action  Alan  King  SAATM  "The     --'  Trackers"  Cont'd  Scottish  Cup   Final  Cont'd  Dialogue  Dialogue  Police  Surgeon  Griff .  Griff  Under  Attack  Outlook  Outlook  News  Conference  Tennis  Classic  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Evergreen  Express  'Celtics  vs.  Airdrie"  Cont'd  Hee  Haw  Hee  Haw  Under'  Attack  Wide  World  E. Horn  J. Stolpe  Bewitched  Bewitched  00 Bugs  15 Bunny  30 & Road  :45 Runner  Wide  World  Of  Sports  Animal  World  News  News  Bogs  Bunny  & Road  Runner  News  Ne-^s  Dan  Rathers  Of  Sport  Cont'd  Cont'd  The World  At  War  Cont'd  :00 News  :15 News  :30 Take  :45 Time  Cont'd  Cont'd  News  News  News  News  Seattle  Weeklyr  News  News  lake  .Time  Movie:  "The  Ambushers  Cont'd  All  Star  Wrestling  Cont'd  News  News  E. Horn  J. Stolpe  :00 Band-  15 wagon  ���30 Maude  45 Maude  Lawrence Truth Or Bobby Cont'd Emergency Special:  Welk Consequences Golasboro Cont'd Emergency Special  Lawrence Let's Make Good Cont'd .   Emergency Movie:  Welk A Deal Times Cont'd Emergency " Over .  00 Front  :15 Page  :30 Bifly  45 Liar  Spc .-Where  Is The Fire?  Movie:  "Duel  Emergency  Emergency  Emergency  Emergency  Front  Paae  Blfly  Liar  All In     '     '  The Family  New Candid  Camera  Sing A  Song  Sanford &  Son  The Hill  Gang",  Cont'd  Cont'd  Channel...  _12 -= 9 _   p.m. ��� Cheyenne,  Autumn - saga of the desperate flight of the  Cheyenne Indians back to  their  native .  grounds, a struggle that aroused the entire  American nation.  Channel 4 ��� 11:30 p.m. ��� Gary sCooper  and Ingrid Bergman in the story of a Creole  women determined to teach a lesson to  bigoted high society in New Orleans;  MONDAY, MAY 19  Channel  5 ��� 9  p.m. ��� Great  Escape-  _, part 11       v . ^ ^ ,,...,  Channel 12 ���11:30 p.m. ���The Lisbon  Beat - Madigan, assigned to transport a  prisoned to the United States from Europe,  loses his charge when his plane is delayed in  Lisbon.  TUESDAY, MAY 20  . Channel 5 ��� 3:30 p.m. ���Paris When It  Sizzles - with just two days to write a script, a  screen-writer with aid from lus. secretary,  dredges up every plot that's ever been used  and puts them all in the same movie.  Channel 12-7 p.m. ��� Barretts of  Wimpole Street - tyrannical father tried, to  prevent the romance between his sickly  daughter, Elizabeth Barrett and poet, Robert  Browning,  Channel 4 ��� 8:30 p.m. ��� A Cry in the  WUderhess - a man bitten by ai rabid skiinj* on  his remote farm, chains, himself to a'barn  beam to protect his family should he go mad  and sends his wife for help, not realizing a  flood is approaching.  THURSDAY, MAY 15  Channel 5 ���10 p.m. ��� Michael Landon is  sizzled on- a verbal spit during the Dean  Martin hour.  FRIDAY, MAY 16  Channel 4 ��� 6 p.m. ���Main Event:  Muhammad Ali versus Ron Lyle telecast live  following a preliminary bout.  SUNDAY, MAY 18  Channel 5 ��� 4:30 pjn. ���Ghost Town  Skiers - focuses on people who live in ski  country year round and to whom skiing is a  way of life.  MONDAY, MAY 19  Channel    12 ��� 6    p.m. ���The    Emmy  Awards - honouring   CBS   programs   and  personalities.  TUESDAY, MAY 20  Channel 4 ��� 11:30 p.m. ��� Has Marriage  Had It? Dyan Cannon poses the question to  guests who have experienced divorce, advocates of alternatives to traditional  marriages.  :O0'  ;15     ,���   |30 Cont'd  :4S Cont'd  The Pollisers  the Paliisers  Trie  Sun"  Cont'd  SNATM Movie: MaryT. Academy        MaryT.  "THE "Puzzle Moore Performance   Moore  Great Of Bob- "Skin,, Bob  Escape" .    A .Newhart Game" Newhart  10  ?��5   JaY"B  30    Shuster  *5    Presents  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  r?'rt.  Steve  McQueen  Downfall  Child",  Faye  Dunaway  Special:  'Miss  U.S.A.  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Ill   complata daalgi^  "ond building lorvlca on th<  Sunchlno Coq��t,  ��� Contractors ��� Designers  Suilshiner Design fr Develc^ments Ltd.  Englnoorlng, Planning and Pro|oc�� Managomonl.  Commorclal, Rohldontlal or Induatrlal,  ,.���,,_. phono  885-2726  Dox 7 35  Olbiona  A* of Juno 1, 1975  SECHELT TAXI  will bo known a*  CABS  885-2251  LANGDALE  EARLS COVE  883-2525  ���tonds of j  SECHELT  and  / iADEIHA PARH  Continuous  Aluminum  GUTTERS  SECHELT DISTRIBUTORS  885*2922  1  . ^ _    ... y,v  SECHELT BRANCH of Royal Canadian the award posters that will be affixed to  Legion is making final preparations for winning entries in parade. This year,  float parade it sponsors annually during parade will begin at Indian residence.  Timber Days festivities. Here, Legion Floats will be led by Legion pipe band,  member Paul Toynbee displays one of  11SOB. \JiBB  BWB OB  tews  It seems to me people are getting the  wrong idea about the Justice Council  meetings. Their purpose is to make the  provincial government better, informed of  local feelings regarding change needed in our  present provincial laws.  There is just no point in discussing federal  laws.as we can't do anything in that area at  the present time.  Nor are the meetings concerned only with  juvenile offenders. Although we have been-  increasingly victims of vandalism and unsocial behavior and the weight of opinion  seems to be toward more punishment in the  hopes of curbing destructive behavior the  recommendations to the justice council must  be as well thought out and practical as we can  make them. This is imperative if we are to  continue in the refreshing trend of listening to  lay opinion.  It is not necessary to have a univerisity  degree in order to be concerned and informed  about something other than the latest hockey  scores. Many of us have been silent witnesses  to the changes brought about in education, for  instance, where certain 'experts' have introduced methods hailed as revolutionary,  only to find when their methods were time-  tested that there were faults. (The much  praised method of teaching arithmetic with  different colored and lengths of rods comes to  mind, They found students taught with this  method unable to compute without the aid of  their rods when they were to pass on to higher  mathematics.) So it goes.  We keep experimenting and searching for  the one and only expert who will have all the  answers and solve all our problems. Unfortunately that is just not going to happen.  We'll have to be content with imperfect experts and take all advice with a pinch of  skepticism,  What a busy month May Is. In this  household there are people coming and going  to all points. Wo entertained two delightful  young laddies from Coqultlam who were here  to entertain with their choir, Sechelt  Elementary Is the richer for having them  hero. Then camo (ho Drama and Music  Festival in which two In our family were  participating, By the wny,, congratulates to  tho Secholt Elementary Choir for their second  place Mowing, and to the Elphlnstono Band  which placed first. I know how much tlmo and  effort goes Into this 'extra-curricular' typo of  activity by both students and teachers.  Then thoro was the Wilson Creek Cub and  Scout wind-up picnic at Porpolso Bay campsite Sunday, May 4, The weatherman was cooperative and the clouds rolled on Uielr way  "just in Umo,Tlio fathers'k��pT\vnfiii^plnyfng","  soccer and bad Just a Httlo trouble keeping up  with tho boys I Many thanks to Mr. Lynn of  Tyco Bnlt Co, who kept tho chickens on Ico  just a Httlo while longer than ho bargained  fori '  Next comes tho Elphlnstono band tour to  Nanalmo and Victoria; tho Secholt  Elcmcntovy Choir will bo returning tho  Co(iulllnui choir's vlftlt; Uio Nanalmo bund  will bo vlnltlnR hofo ns woll as tho Victoria  band, with resultant concerts and blllotllnK;  there'll bo a Guide Tea on Thursday, May 22;  a Guide Ilally at Camp Oluvo May 23, 24,25;  Tho Wilson Crcok Scouts plan to assault tho  Lions Sunday, May 11, ono of their many  excursions to toughen up for �� planned hlko  ._on tho Lucille, Jtlm'H .fatnou,i���'Hf(j-3(��Ylng  trail; 1 could ko on and on Including hockey  and baseball practices overlapping nnd tho  evor'presont family visitors, etc,  Ono other thing that keeps us hoping In  May Is my unfortunate vice. I'm like a  compulsive^  in Reno when I Rot Insldo n Rnrdon store, \  Just can't leave without loading up with all tho  nweot (luHillinis, wonderful looking, garden  goodies I can lay my hands on. I como to when  I got homo and unload and try to figure out  BY JOAN WALL 885-2702  where I'm going to put it all,' and a small  voice in the back of my head reminds me that  I must have 26 assorted seed packages in the  cupboard thatI went overbpard on last year,  and I frantically rope ttie whole family into  digging and planting, ignoring that small  voice that whispers in my ear "I told you so!"  A Celebration service on a recent Sunday  evening was enjoyed by parents and friends  of the Pioneer Girls of both Calvary Baptist  Church, Gibsons, and Bethel Baptist ChUrch,  Sechelt,  Starting with the very youngest girls,  under the direction of Evelyn Cooper and  Beverly McQu.arry, the Welcome was recited  in unison. A Puppet show was skilfully performed by the Lavalier group from Sechelt,  and the Calvary Baptist TraUblazers sang a  composition of their own- while pictures of  their year's activities were shown on the  screen.  The Shikari girls from both churches  presented a play entitled, THE HAMAN  INCIDENT, with Lorie Plows playing the  part of Queen Esther,  A Mother and Daughter banquet for the  Shikaris was held on a Friday evening In the  lower auditorium of Calvary Baptist Church.  Committee members hosted this gala affair,  Daffodils decorated tho tables. Marjorle  Morgan, on behalf of the committee members, welcomed the Moms and daughters.  Barbara Lyttle toasted the Mothers and  Beverly McQuarry responded to the toast.  Violet Slack led In the grace.  After the banquet, Evelyn Coopfer led tho  group In a slng-a-long, and Darlono McQueen  gave two reading ono In honour,of tho  Mothers present, and tho other entitled, A  LITTLE GIRL'S ESSAY ON HUSBANDS.  On a recent Wednesday afternoon, at the  homo of Marjorle Morgan of Hnlfmoon Bay,  the commute members honoured tho Mothers  and Daughters of tlio Bethel Baptist Church  Pioneer Girls nt a lovely tea. Later In tho  afternoon, Eleanor Wolverton of Langdale,  showed pictures of a recent trip she and hor  husband had made to Brazil;  ��.s,����.Tho-��a.commlUco'^chairman,^^Mildrcd  Erlckson, reported that, In splto of all tho  changes that had taken place thin year In tho  now program material, the Clubs hnd  operated very woll and tho year had been a  successful ono, Much of tho success of tho  clubs has been duo to the dedication of tho  guides and helpers.  Tlio clubs will open again In Septomlw,  Page 0-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 14,1975  Squaringly yours  ���s by Maurice Hemstreet  i  ��� Well, here we grow again with an extra  square dance Friday night past. By the time'  you read this we will haye had another great  time and with some new square dancers  added to our Country Stars. '  There is also a square dance trip being set  up to go to Powell Riyer in the ne.ar future.  This will be on a Sat. night, so watch The Pen.  Times for a date with a wonderfull group of  square dancers, Dewiss Brown and his  Rancho Ramblers.. >  Remember the fantastic pictures of our  first Country Stars square dance jamboree,  short of square dancers. Well, that couple just  happened to be caller Jack Whitaker and  daughter, Susan Whitaker and there is a lot  more to the story so pull up a chair while Jack  Whitaker by-lines the rest of this weeks  column, I think it's fantastic:  Here is Jack���"His there! For those who  saw the long and the short of it picture in The  Times; Shorty culminated three years of hard  work by being invited to join her clubspre-  teen exhibition square at the Pacific North  West Square Dance Festival, held at Seattle,  Fri. and Sat. May 2 and 3. With over two  hundred sets On the program, the competition  w.as keen. However her club, Western  Wranglers, danced well and really earned  their second place trophy.  "From the very start on Friday evening,  one thing was most apparent, this was going  to be, in the best square dance tradition, a  family affair. At the opening night square  dance, everyone from Granny on down was  up and going.  "Six a.m. Sat. Morn., and away we go!  Breakfast and then square dance competitions from 7, a.m. until 8, p.m. By then  the kids had all.sore feet. Moms had sore  seats (bleacher benches only) and Dads were  sore, period!  "At 8, p.m. with everyone feeling tired,  darned if my old friend Arne Hagen doesn't  drop the needle down and we were off and  running with another type square dance With  over ninety sets oh^the floor, I now know how  sardines inla can feel!      ?  "While it-would sound that this would be a  fun level Square dance, it was actually very  high, intermediate level. To prove it we made  a tape of part of the program and anyone who  wants, can try to dance it (the kids did.)  Anyway, to make a long story shorter, three  very, tired Whitakers arrived home on May 4  bringing home lots of memories of Square  Dancing as it is supposed to be, friendly and  in this day and age, inexpensive. Just one last  thought, occurs, the unsung heroes of this  event would have to be the mothers, who had  to make the various club costumes up, both  for sons and daughters."  Don't forget, Jack, the fathers did most of  the driving. That is important; but more so  that that, Jack and I would like to see more  young people join in the fun of modern square  dancing.  Due to the fact that I have never travelled  too much in the square dance world, just  maybe thru out the summer, perhaps I can  get Jack Whitaker to by-line a few more of  their more fun filled travels. In the mean  time, I will leave you with this thought in  mind, THINK SQUARE DANCING AND  YOU WILL SOON ENJOY A BETTER LJFE.  ST. HILDA'S ANGUCAN  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  8230 nnd 10 n.m.  SUIWYSdf^    Madeira Park Legion Hall,  1st nnd UrdSuudnyf,, % p.m.  I s  THEHlfiV.N. J.qODKIN,8834M0  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 am. in St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  Group of Christian Scientists.  Everyone welcome  Phone 885-9778 or 886-7882  Tho Unltod Church  of Canada  SERVICES:  St John's Unltod Church - Payla Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m,  Glbkon* Unit**. 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