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The Peninsula Times Jul 14, 1971

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 -,..-...._ ,^^,...,.rr.,,,,.,n,n^..n;^v.n'w.u^lwa^^,:'Wtmi,r,^fllW'jm  .. .������ .... ,   ��� ^   .���' "���'"-^."���'tVv---^^  ' > ��� ������...' ' - * ���        i*. ill  Well under way  Park and eappsite' projfeci  aid to tourist facilities  West Canadian Graphic*. JnduaU'ies  l��-,06 West 5th Ave,,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  PARK and Campsite development proni-  ihed hy the Provincial Government is  'now we|l iinderway. Al J-toberts CroeM  the waterfront park (a .looking very  beautiful and will he even more attrap-  t.ive when the graded h^nka are under  grass. ���'..'���"'  With two "parking levels and a boat  launch ramp plus a safe, sandy beach and  numerous picnic tables all set on eon-  iM-ele bases, the park will give, both local  residents' apd tourist*" a pleasant place to  enjoy. ���'        ���  Foreman ol thu. project, Mr. Nqrin  Dready who comes from Texada Island  reports that between .ft) and 11 men'weVo  employed - on the Roberts Creek Parka  Work canuiienued on development' ori the  Porpoise Ray campsite on .Monday where  25 men will be kept busy, as well as two  local hnlldozer opora|ois.  $76,000 his been allocated lor the 50  campsite waleriront park at Porpoise Day  which will be a wonderful boost for the  area. Initial plans are i'or. the campsites,  p)CTlo area and parking lot,-Mr. Bregdy  cisUmates   that' this  will, take  about   5  mpftths,   ,. "  Also af Roberts Creek the inland cairip-  -jite has been greatly improved.,Tjie'.nwrin?  her of campsites has been increased to 24  ipyp] a.|! have been widened, to provide  fpv belter campeu parking. Z .  ThiS year U has been noticed that a  numllfri' of cyclists travelling with light  tents are making full use of the Provincial  Government campsites.  Caretaker of tbe parks in Huberts  Creek apd doing- a tremendous job is Mr  .Jim R,idgewell who has been here fqt  Iwo years.  Serving tho Sunshine CoqsJ", (Ho\vo Soppd fo Jarvii. Inlol), including Port Mellop, Hopkins Landing, Granlhams Lgnding, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Cfppk, Solma Park, Sochelt, HolfrnQgn Pov, Secret Covo, Penclor Horbpur-, Mpfjohirl PqrK/ Klcnndqlo, Irvine's L'ahdinO, Earl Cove, Egmont  Peolstratlon No. IH?.  -   ind Class Mall  Union  l-abe|  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHER^" SUNSHINE COAST,  This Issue 12 Pggas '���*-. 12c  Volume 8, No  33 - WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1971  ' \  **���     f   **\4 >    -V��  Board function  I{JSCOMMr'NI3ATJO.JNS  District     I-'hiancir  Sechelt Council pays  per year for use of i  by   the /Regional  Committee     that  an additional .1* 1,0.10  s building inspector.  or join with tl\e Hoard Function of Building lilspe'.-tion, lias been approved by the  Board us a whole. This was, in fact, moved  by the Board at tbe May meeting but a  letter tu thai effect was read only lasl  week  al  Council. ._  Due to the fuel Alderman .loe Beiuier   and Harold Nelson were' absent, it was  decided to deal with the matter at such  time a full council be present. However,  members did give some consideration to  various aspects of the situation.  Logical solution, to make an arrangement wilh a local retired contractor,- was  not in favour with Clerk Ted Rayney  who suggested the simplest solulirm would  be to go along' with the Board either by  paying extra or as a function This latter,  he explained would cost approximately  only one tenth of a mill plus the fact that  the Board   would   retain'all  permit   fees.  Mayor Swain agreed that this might  be a bolter solution bul expressed doubts  us to just how much such'costs would rise  next year "who knows," they might decide they wish lo increase costs to. the  Village," he said. Kurt her, Mayor Swain  said he could not see wliy, if lhe B'oard  -wpuld be keeping permit fees, the village  should also have lo pay lhe one lenth of  a mill.  1.1 was.also pointed out that it is possible tlie Board will next see fit lo employ  ap qjitra building inspector, then cost lo  ill'") village would probably double.  Al an earlier meeting of Council, rh|i-  *::��*.  ���r.N  m fc  it,*  m.  ,..(.  REV,  VISITS'  .Pender Harbour Tabernacle hosts, an  inliirusling guest thu week of July, lillh  will) a visil by llov, Granville I'luiersoh  of Hoiillic. IJov. Iiaiiiuison, a uugi'o pionch-  i.T, will Hpoiik ul the Tnlici niick: dining  the week. Anyone necking fiirlhur Jn-  'foriiiiilioii "mny coiiliicl Ilev.' W. H. Auk-'  rnyrl, Madeira Park.  IN ERROR ��  W*> apoliigia'.i: lur an iirror on lasl  Wi*��tk'i' Tillies which slalcd Miilcolni Her i'l I  of (llhiiuiih luul ln:(!ii M.'iili.'iiccil on a  chiiiKii of bruiik, rinliy and Ihnl'l hivi��l"viu|{  ��� n rlwrdllng limimi nn VcieniiiK Knurl The  iiniini i-liuiilil Imvt;  iiiiui   Malcolm   Ah.-x-  lllllllll'   Winn.  PHONE CHANGE  Jiiilgii  Pal <'inu.y  iiiiinh, oui   Ihal  -|��hiiiMt-'iiiiirihiir-nii-fhn;ill''i^iHW"nrriTiT'  iiimii ciiinn'iid iiiiii is now mil) iiiiui ji  liopnil any liullici  coiifiiMion will lliiin  llV'lllllllll  llm  I..........  |H  Im  ing,'which Mayor Swain had reported <ur  the Committee recommendations, it had  been pointed out that majority of building in- spections in-vo'ved only ��car-ports  and minor building alterations. Some  additional work jiiad- had fallen upon  lhe Inspector- with a shopping .centre but  this was not- a regular problem. Therefore  the $10 per permit which Council agreed  to pay at the suggestion of the Board  might have proved inadequate on some  projects but averaged out with smaller  constructional jobs.  EXPLANATION  Alderman Osborne slated that as  Roads Chairman Aid. Nelson was not  present, he would like to clarify the situation regarding work carried out,.at the  top end of the Porpoise Bay Road. He  -said a number of people have indicated-  disapprove! al the fact that money bud-  gelled for woik on the road had been  spent on the top end which did not help  those travelling up and down to the Village.  Reason for this, explained A|d, Osborne,' is that a small subdivision up for  development at the lop-end ftarl�� been surveyed willi Hit! result that pegs were  actually out on the road. The road was  obviously on private property and it was  therefore necessary to relocate it in that  area. Further, there had also been a ditching problem up (here and as a consequence it was decided, with Council  approval, to expend lhe money al the top-  end first. At the same tinie, Aid. Osborne  said he too would like to see work done  al lhe lower end. "The'yn'y solution will  ho hai(||pp" he said.  ,,.  Mayor Hwajn lold him "ilio besj thing  lo do js ignore such complaints, whatever  wo do there will always be someone complaining. Wc do things with, the. best  knp-yledge possible and it, is best lo tilin  a deaf ear |o them,"  Certificate awarded  Gibsons Elementary  HPiraCIAL.cerlificrilc for assisting Brilisli  .Cnliiinbia'K conlennial has been award-  oil   Gil mm is   li'lr.'iiieiiliiry   Hehrnil   by   Ihu  |)|iparlniiinl. of li'rliicalion,  A>ny school in llio piovince which has  inure Uiiiii suvcnly-flvc per cenl jif its  pupils parllclpaling'in Die Canada ii'ilncss  Awurdts pri-grin'ii is eligible for Iho cuii'-  Uiniilal cci'llljniii:. UibsoiiH i'lli'inunlury  with 1)0.1"'.'i of lis pupils aged 7 years und  over pailicipiiliiig is Die firfsl school in  llio iIIhIi'IcI hi rni'iiJvn Hi!*- award,  Mnllo Un llu!,i-i.'|lll|i:iili! Ih "Bland Tall  '--'I'illi'rHN caiiiiol be brjiilowerl or hoii|'|)lt  like honor II inns! be nariioil." AinLlic-  I'llllliC ^l llmli (inlhiisiiiMiii llic puplli' oi  llm school ijiijjL.|o!jlU'iii.'.WiiriL.Ui.j:.iii"qlv.ln|j*..  Al\iW'l\Tnfii'f~~iil ninrir in HIiichh IcHling  |ui4l us Hiiiiii us Hm l*'t)i|iiral ili)|iiirliiiiiiil of  bmlili and Welfare can deliver llniiiraf'  i'l- Mithuol opens iii Ho|)lcm|n!i,"  Vancouver hitch-hiker  makes rape complaint  FOLLOWING a complaint registered by  a twenty-year-old girl, charge of rape  has* heen laid against Ihirty-nine year old  Dennis Neil Spence, presently a resident  of the Sechell area.  , The victim told -RCMP officers she  was lutcbiking toward Powell River when .  she accepted a ride fiom Spence shortly  after B pm last ��� Saturday evening near  Sechelt. As they reached the ISgrnonl turn  off, Spence is alleged' to bavp driven up  a side road where be committed the offence.  A logging falter, Spence was later"  picked up by the police in'lhe Wakefield  Inn and subsequently charged! He appeared before the judge on Monday morning and was remanded for one week.  Released  on  bad of $100(1.  Investigations are also under way following a break, entry and theft al the.  Red and While store, Sechelt, last Saturday night. It is understood the sum of  approximately $151) in rolled coins was  stolen. Some cash was still in the cash  register, therefore, it is believed t|ie  tfi'myetf either pailicltud or were disturbed.  pre  Scenic Park  Now beautifully landscaped under tjie three  parks improveme/it programme conducted by the Provincial Govern-  ttient, Roberts Creek waterfront park  and picnic site is most attractive  wilh ils stone steps connecting the  level site which will soon . be  under grass. Overlooking the Strait of  Georgia, the park has an increased  number of picnic tables, washrooms  and a changing room will soon be.an-  othef addition.;  Values double  on increase  within Gibsons Village  IHI I LINING conslriLciionJn.the Village of  Gibsons almost..doubled in the first  ���half of this yeai' over the same period  lasl year. Administrator. Dave Johnston  reports a total value of $3511.315 for  lirulding carried out to the end of June  1071. This involved sixteen new homes  and various smaller projects such as carports, additions etc  During tlie .same period in 1070 nine  new homes and various other permits  were for a  total sij.ni of $105,051).  !"!iur permits- ta^ep Pht l*FrWt J_vee.li-in-  Local Ratepayers af j  with Hegional Association  AJ,T|IO!iail -the Swliejl Malimayeis' As-  siiciajion was rc-acliyiiloij following  public outcry over Ihu land lax imposed  by llic Regional Hoard, as was previously  suggested in lhe Times, apalh,y: is already  setting in as was evidenced at lasl iricetiug  ul Uio llalepayers Monday July "jIIi -when  Jliu.cly enough  for a quorum ��� turneiFiVti  However,   pruseuce    of   a   few,_,. new  "niuinbei'H   and   iniercHlcil    yiMilois   fioin  olhor groups mlddd li, lhe ranks and lhe  ineelingK was iirider way,   ,.  Ono .niiiii)her nxpiesseil lliu viow that  it |.�� Ifopinl ineiiiboiH- rlo mil consider thai  jusl Joining lhe. group Is thnir sole duly.  If fair play between Individual)-: and  various forrns ol govornmeirl |h..i Mi |h?  iici'iiiuIiIinIkmI, then lull iillcmlani'c and  lillllcd  action, is  i:mm:iiI'iiI,  '       An Imporiiuil ilcm no llifi agcndii wm,  affiliation   wl)h  Um Huii'-him* Cnasl   lh*-   g|iM)al~llalepiiyerK~AKmi-,inTinTr"w  is Iinu nud, Iiiih already rmcounlcicd al  lunipls of browbeating In cnilain (|iiarloiti  .The Hi'imp' has 'n<i inloiillniiK of bobi'.' in  inlilaled nnd is rapidly iiii.'i'i.'irt'i'ng mem,  i  bei-ship as concerncrl taxpayer"' see in a  .strong vujee for the future.  It was cuiisidcrpd advisable !���()__ r-iUiiu  the local AasrMiiatioi.i in order In keep  in loinli wilh local probloino. However,  value oi n ceiilrali--eil and (libra powerful  voice .wa.viipproeialeif'afMl )l wasagrecd  lo afllluilc willi llic Hegional group.  The Sechell llalepayers |ijid scl t a,  ilieiuhoi'fihip foe of .$2 bill il was explained  Hint in order to upoiale el'l'lcielilly llic  Regional '{roup will run iii re anhnlaiiMally  inoro Innds Ihun local nrgaijI/n'lloiiK.- Il  was llii.'i i.'l'on: ilccidcd lit ii|i:rea,sii iimmii���  hernhip"lii $.'), K^ of wliicli* Will be paid  Id llm  lli!|(liiiinl  gipiip,  II waii piiiiilcd nul Ihal in ligh! oi lliu  iillilinle of Lainls Mliiisler Hay Wtlliidrin  w,ho, In n, folic)' pi||il|idi(id ip IJiu- Tlnii.'K,  ilidicaleil, lus liilciilion oi l/(|ii|llfin l||i;  'yrillHi'of Ilia piiblli' w.hnii iKihii'al iiihoiu'ccn  iiiu nviillablu nnd inquiri'd, InvciilinoiiJ  ���-j c i- i,h ��3-i * np jnn*n"l_ I m/ry'*'"l'A'~��v7f 11" wT"iTr|T javTiTr*r  Ah iillciiipl Is ln.'lii/i iiiniln I/' .iililiiin  a good map ul lhe area null any plclurim  ol Iho nlTccl ol"Hlrlp milling pti.tppw such  im l|iiii'Wniild hu /(roa|i1,y���appi,i!ii|al��.'if,   ��� ,  rvhriiihnrah'lp In-ijio Hficlitill Hiibipiiyui'ii  ilnii'iii  Aw*ni:|iilliili I') imlnildorl  Mf (III riilcpaycui  williln   111��'.��� ���hii!ii|iln��:y    pf  HiJiah'olh .Next  iii-iiliiiK will-I/O niiuin I JHinl ninl ij i�� iirgcil  ml   nil   inciiiliciii  poinilbli!   liii'(ioi,il   ppd  add ilicii iai|ipiiil lo IIiIh wiii'lhwhlln and  liipoi-'liuil  Cllllllll.   '���'���'������ ���������''���-,       ������ , ' > ,-:'������������;' >---���   eluded one home to the value ut $ailj)()0,  -one for $1��,0()(), one for- $1'3".5IH) and an  addition to a-house for $500.  Council also gave approval to a development project on Ninth Road which  commences with construct ion of a duplex,  to be fallowed later wilb a triplex, and  completed with a fourplex. Car parking  and play areas were included in the overall (Scheme. Approval by Council was  initially for the duplex but will be extended for remainder of the development pn (i-er("jng of two^properties apd  prpvwiyn pfR "'"d;  ^'���{3jDi(3AT!9if  Dpdicalion of Donga I I'frik js scheduled  for iM pni duly iihh. Mr., .hjl'instpn  reported tf'ml a��� platjue is being prepared  and he will be conjacling Mr. A. *3inip-  kiiis regarding coiislrucljoii of a stone  monument lo which the pla'iue will be  imbedded. II is expected Hint former- Village Chairman Wes Hodgson will speak  al Ihe ceremony. ���  The .same day would normally bo regular meeiing nigh! I'or Council hul Mr.  .lohiisloii advised Ihal .July 2(|th Is, in  fact, Cuuleunlal Day which, il is iii'-aiiiied,  will probably he recognized as',��' holiday.  It was therefore agreed Ihe im-olhig be  held llic previous r'liy, Monday .Inly lillh,,  BUH..PW& CODE  Minlol Hylaw sliiudiirili.'.liig Iho Nn-  lioiuil Huilding Code-ban finally been pio-  pari':d 'by the 'Huilding Asi'ociiiliou, copy  ol which has boon I'orwardi.'d lo Ciiun'cils  for Hludy ninl oveiiliiiil arloplloii. How-  (ivnr, alcllci' Iiiih also linen circiilidoii by  Mil li) ci pill Allium Minislei, .Dan (.'iniip-  Ih.'II, winiiiim, in clicfil, llinl n cominilloo  Iinu liccn (iirl up lo propaii! lor llm iiilru-  ' iliicllnii,  iiil|iiliilnli:iil|nii,    rcguliilioii   iind  liiliirpj-iilallori of Iti'cmi'codi.'ii   The (,'oui-  -������ in-ill or"-iir'ri?priH?(fljlii'HViri'il Iliii'liiiiViiiciiil,'  iiiiiiiii'lpnl ninl building Industry gruup'i  haviiig iiiIi.-iiimI  hi coiisliucllnii  , "II Ih ultpoD'hid 'Ihal iipnrl from Ihu prh-  po'AUlH for llm alanrlHi'ill/cil bul,l<liii/i hy��  law, oilier hriul'ii and HiiggCHlioiiH will bn  ici:c|vi;i| from |i)UI||t:ipn|jliiiH nnd ollinr  IdIdi'i.'hIciI boilli.'H.. ,'l'heroforo, il -vim i.iig-  /(imlcil Hint ii)il|l|c|pnllllim 'UliI ' ollii.'l'  I nil 11 ilil   pxnriiliiir   ci,|iillfiir  III InlioduclliK  llll!   |l|l||IH|,ll|l,   UlllH   HUl'll    I'llllii   llic "Com  millci! conipliilcii Hh ilclll/i'iiilliui  AT THIS JnnG meeting pf the-Suus-hpic  . poast Regional Board, Chairman J.  Tyner drpw attention lo lhe faefT letter  published in the Times and Vancouycr  "Spn T'rcjm a. Sandy Hook resident had >  wrongly "slated the Board had given approval to a gravel mining operation at  East Porpoise Bay despite strong Rilblie  opposition. _..   . . ' '���'.,  Tyner pointed out that the Company,  Rivtow,   had  first  brought  plans to  the  Board iira letter"October 30 1970. Al the  request   of   the   Regional  Board,  filrUicr  ..information- was   presented   by   l^i-vtow  later in November, at a. special meeting.  __ On ��� December   2nd.   a   letter   from   the  "Board, protesting the proposals, was sent  to the Minister of Mines.  Si'fasequently, a letter finim the Department of Municipal Affairs informed  Ihe Board that_zoning regulations did pot  apply where muling is involved. Another  iletler lo a local resident. indicated that  the Department of Mines has final say pn  he .question of mining operations. Shortly  dMerwaids, "gravel mining by Rivtow  commenced in the East Porpoise Bay  aiea.'  ��� 'The letter to whicli Charmafi Tynpr  took exception was writ ten by W. J,  Bishop, Chairman . of���the Sandy Hook  Ratepayers Association ,-which cfid indeed  state approval had berih given by tlie  Board,  In   the   Times   iTebruary   3rd:   it  was  pointed out  in a front page two column-  story   that   the   DepaHmcnt,   had,   in   a  phone call to.Sccrelary Treasurer;Gliar'fes:  Gooding,   advised   that   zoning   does-not  apply where mining is concerned and that  the Board should issue neccessary appro-'  vals  without  further delay.  It  is understood Board approval was, in fact, hever  given.  Local golfer creates  record course scores  The  Sunshine Coast  Club  wa? ^"-fciTcd  the  COURSE  record   at  Golf  and  Country  last  week by .Jim  Bishop wh"o made  nine holes witji a'score of 33 and for eighteen boles a record low of 68. "'  However, if Ed Sherman of Port Mellon   cmiliPHPa he  js   liHely  t-tr Gsl'ipiish  ,. a world record [!!!'. last! T'lni-sdij;*/ J��\x\y-J.  ifllli Jm'inaj|p-||'*Ji(jjp jp ppe "ippr Jli^i sprjoji^  Ijiiie. htwi year ahopi flip siiipe iihph Wijle"  playing witli friends fi-tiiVj |L|io l/.g. Vjc  ffcnipd the first official ho|e-|n-dnp for fhe  course.  Anolher hole-ip-ono was scored July  2nd  by an oul-nf.-lnwn niemhei  has a .slimmer  'J'he .shot was  Mr. W.  lonie al Rob-  inade nl the  li'raser who  erls Creek.  Hili  hole.  ���  Theme  of: llic  annual   Club  Diimoiv  Dance was "Hawnian Night" held .lime  llllh ami highlight nMlio evening was llio  surprise prespnliillon of genuine ilnvyaiiau  "|e|s" by a visitor Cap hi in U G. lyiiiffalt  a ('PA |>iJul  Cpl. Mol'fall who was vJHiliug as a  gijcsl'of incuibci- |t, Blakemai) Iind Jciiriiorj  llic llu.'iiu! was lo be Hawaiian Niglll apr|  nrranged lo have }-|iflieii!iil,|oi.j fjowii p'vuy  Irom lhe south sensrlor Ihe ladies, ';  Department letters  varying views  lAu  -Mlirfrle  is  JMdermaii concar\  Council shows reluctance  .|||!|(.!|HNT Idler fniin Iwmdn Mlnishir I'jiry  Willislop lo a local renldeiil  iinl|i:ii|r;d  -Ihul -wluni  a   need ' iixlfihitiiih'll re'siiiirciSr'  mn available tlipnii |''��miri!CH w||| : |iu  iiiilla'.i.'il Thi'n'wnn in rolnllon In nn nx-  pniiinloir of. iioucnni rcglaUirud wllli lila  ilopiii'liiienrrivnr Um priiponcil graviil du-  viijupiu()iil-|il Hnlmii Park.    '  mn llm   lolliir In lhe Sechell anil  I Chiiiiih'ir of (:'i|inniiircn frmi) lln;  Mhiintnr'nf. Ml,"'**" I'lni'i'l hiiirlpparlinuiil,!  wait, linnwiiii! of lhn i(ravn| iiriijiniiiilii,  ���'  laiiluHl  Icllcr In  iho, chain   coinom In  iiliolhnr reiililniil limn  Mliulr.'lplil  Alfa|i)i  Mhilfiior  Hun  (.iiiinphnll  who nlnb*n,'  jp  mil; "Aivyoii urn no donbi iiwn)'ii |i,y ||||a  lipn, llic HiiiihI Inn; rui'iit-cd to g'lvii filial  ii|/prov/i|' hi lliu |aiiipiiwi| gravel .iiiiririi-  IIiihm 'by   CoiiHlriinilui)' A/ign'ignlcH  Mil,  Tlm/n/oii! Um mailer cap now ho nppJ  ulilnruil coiiipliiicil," ;  HI'irill'lliT. Ciiiii.ldoi iililn ci'iii'iiiii l|irn  Ilcm) nhpreiai.t'il" |ii|lriw|ui| publli'iillon,  In I'lm TliiMinrof llm ropy nf �� ("M'-'i. '���' "  lun.l 11. u0 nI limn li'iiidn Mliili-lcr Hay  VYilliidun In which Im |iidi*i'|'**l Ihal  milninl n/iiouri'ia, would bo ulill/oil wimin  aviiilablw nnd 11 niqiiiieil, lln w��ih iiiiui -  i'illg In a pird'iHl by Ihu nmlil>*lii' "|'"iui;l.  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fog* M The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 14, 1971    reAl eSTATE (c9nf,, RflAUiSTATJ ^antlii^fidl
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.   .   .Is   pleased   to   sponsor this
Birth   Announcement "space,   and
extends Best Wisjies to the happy
ANNUAL       picnic,       Seaside
Park,   Port   Mellon,   10   um.
.Tuly 17th., R.C. Legion Branch,
1 Of).   Bring   your  own   lunch
LAtRP—Siiddorily,. July ■ 3rd,
'•11)7.1, Liaiio Laird of Hopkins
lafindiiMj \%C. Beloved d$!igi>
ter-of Malcot'tv and Josephine
.McMillan of Gibsons, B.C" >
Survived hy a sons .lames and..
Bohert:; 2 daughters Joanne
a.nd Kuihy; one brother Collin. Private funeral service
was held from the Harvey
Funeral. Home, Gibsons, B.C,
'July 7th,  197L Cremation.
 '., _   .       0784-33
WISH .slnecerly to thank
friends for their kind expressions . of sympathy in my
recent bereavement in.j}.osh}g
lriy dea,r husband.**''* Special
I'tanks to 'Dr. Gerring, Dr.
Rurtnicl. and the staff of St,
Mary's Hospital; father-
Kenny; the Sunshine Coast
Lions and Mr. John Harvey.—
Stella   Brown, *        (1769-33
IT IS with the sincerest grati-..
tride that we express to our
many friends our appreciation
of their kindly expressions of
esteem in the words of sympathy which came to us in our
bereavement in the loss of a
beloyed wife and mother.
These tangible expressions of
sympathy ° have helped to
lighten our burden of sorrow.
— Bon F. Whitaker & Family.
.,      '   . (.63!"-33
WE wish to'express our heartfelt thahks to our many
tributes and expressions of
sympathy in the loss of our
dear son and brother, Michael
Deanne Klein -- Mr and Mrs.
Norman  Klein and  Family.
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous- —
Meetings'"8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilsoit Creek Community Hall. Ph." 885-0327, 886-
2343-" '   4!)79-tfn
WISH, to  contact   Latter   Day
Saints  members.   Phone 885-
2175  or   l»l(i-'254l). «7(iU-tfrr
IN loving memory of my clear
sister  L.   Wood,  who  passed
"away   while'on   a   visit   from
England July 7th, 1070. T?eace.
At Last, — G. Edmunds
.      6701-3.1
WE OFFER a complete tree
. service, to the entire Sunshine Coast. Our work is insured" and expertly performed. Phone for free estimates.
Peerless Tree-Services; Phone
tillft-2100. (1256-tfn
KLEIN-July        2nd 1071,
Michael   Denniie  Klein. Survived   by   his   loving   pnrcuLi
Gladys  and   Morninn   Klein;  2
brothers   Harold   unit   Gordon
and    his    loving' gratrdmo.1 her
Mrs, -'Elsie- Klein   ol  - I'cndcr
Harbour;        Severn I        aunts,
uncles,    nieces,    nephews   and
cousins.   Funeral' service   was
* held   from   the   Madeira   I'mk
Cnnunun.ily    Half',    July    (Mb,
Ilev.     I)      Popple    anil     Ilev,
. Gin inn Aliui'(Ircene'ollicialed,
IiileTiiienl,   (iiid'i,   Little   Acre
Ceiuelery,   Klulndfilo.    Ilurvcy
Funeral   llninrv ('iIu-uiih,   B.C.
direelors,        • (I7I1..-33
If ID.     machanic     welder,     ulil
necessary   tools.   Phone  1185-.
2354. 070.K13
CHUCKS pariiting & decorat-
-i   ing.   Guiuanteed   work,' rea-"'
sonable  rates.  885-2375.
Taping   and   Willing   by   hand
and inuVliine  Hproy Tex Spiir-
kle CcdingH.
.  Phone RR6-7193
Robert',,-Creok, B.C.'
•    ■    ■    •«0K7-'tf.T
.IKKFIIlEH-'-.liil.v     F_l.li.     1071,
.Ihiiii'm" Wihluni .lel'l'i'i'les . nl
M/iinoril. B,C, Survived by his
loviii/j wife' Ji'iin, llnne noma
Ken, Mt'iiMi luitl Teddy; l,wu.
brolheiM Mul ninl Don; two
niiiiern  MI'h. Vmii (inillon nnd
..Mi'!4t..li',dnii.||oty|li., i.wn-it'-nud- -
cliildrep    I'"i<iii«?ri»l  iicrvicii   wim
held . f illy lllh I'ruiii I lit' lliirvny
..Kifiiei'iil   lloine,   (111 imi ti nt,   ll.C
C'leiniilioii  lulliiwcd,
I''KM AI,I'" cimk  wm Ii'eiI' *Wlii"
liif-   to l-'tirn.    Fa-rprn'lenced
pKiliuieil. Apply  in jn.rnoii  In
■Pi'iiliisillii Drive-In,  Mni'hnll
" ti7iiii-,:i:i
'VIEW .property t— "Most
. attvaotlve 2 bedvqpm \\a\npi
\^ith garage arid sUbstaniiallj*".
oompleted dJUesti'. cottage, oil
3:06 semi-watei'frdixt aerps'
overlooking , beautiful Halfmoon Pay. Property subdivided into 3 lots', fronting on
Vtedronffs Uoad. Enfire "prop-•
erty priced -at ^a.QOO, thiHtglv
may be sold separately. Mor-e-
deta|ls lend inspection, titU
.lock or Evans. Ifei<mou at
lia-883-!'745. — 'Chas. Ehgliuh
Ltd.  "        - .    6(141-33
Box  71)0, Gibsons, B.C.
Van  Direct:  (185-3133
DUPLEX   OR   ?:.   Large   city
^    lol, centre of Gibsons, onfall
services,     tremendous     view,
$4500      , *
view property, gemi waterfront, beautifully treed, faces
southwest, lovely beach, secluded an/1 private", $(1800r --... ;.
l'tOIJlEftTS CREEK: 7.2 acres,
Lower Roberts Creek Road,
semi watei-fi-ont, beaut ifuhy
treed property,* gen'de slope,"
year round - stream, ideal estate pi.-operty. This is a must
t o see !',''■
886-7244 or 886-7316
SELMA PARK:  New subdivision,   easy   access   to   beach,
breakwater,   terrifiP^Vfew,' all
underground   services,   $4250,
DAVIS   RAY:   .Only   one   lot *
left! Panoramic view cleared building site; services available,  $5500.
GOOD FISHING AREA: Lovely treed lots over 18,000 sq.
ft. each, -only two left! Redrooffs Road, easy access" to
beach, excellent swimming. Fl" ...
Wesl Sechelt, close to heach,
house presently rented al $100
mohlh   IVbperly could be '"div-'"'
Jded into 'A lots, ideal location.
FP   $17,500
Cozy 2 bedroom home, just
like new, all electric, close to
store and beach, in Selma
Park, Tremendous view of
Gulf and T'*a'' Islands,, small
landscaped garden lot, cash for
quick   sale,  $1,5,900.
-MUST    RE    SOLD:    Licensed *
restaurant, dinng room,
coffee bar, all modern equipment, real money maker, laige
sealing capacity, best location
in town. R E AL V ALU E.
$30,000 terms.
acre beautifully treed, panoramic .180 degree view, bluff
type lot, easy access lo beach.
VP $16,000.   '  -
EXCELLENT  business   nppnr-
tuny:       Approved       Trailer
Park   Site.   10 50  acres.   Nicely
treed block of land. Self slope.
• IJIiuis for li'idl-!|- -park available, Directly across liom Siui-
shh-iTv-'Const Golf Club   I'vcH-
' lent site for driving range.
Call: JACK   ANDERSON  111(5-
2323   or-    llllf)..y<ir>3   or   STAN
AN HE I (.SON   lll'5-23,'.;{  or  ill'lfi-
.,0 ACHES,, highway   101, next
lo   I'cniiiKiiln    I'oh'l, ' |    -   2
bdi'in     culliif'n,     I     iiiillnisbeil
..brick     building. . Keiilislicallv
Call  John   I Hack   Mn,-
lic   Heiilly,
(1711 \; 33
SHELTERED waterfront, Pender Harbour, 700 ft. southern exposure, ten acres wilh
2 I'idriri house. All facilities.
I'll IlllO-JIfiOIV WHie I'lox._|i74»,
c a PeriinHiiln Times, itox 310,
Seidell, UV 6740 Ifn
FOR line properties In -
Gill Jock or Cvans H«rmnii,
Mcicleiiq  f-qrk,   I1C.
Tel. 'flfl3-27l5
11 I'll ).l I OOF KM
" 70'   «   '.'.OH'   HI
flecjiiill  ,(,hiiei
wider nnd gnoi
McDonald-aiuiy   io,   11171,
Mniide ; M«'l)>i(iri|r| nf Scrt-'
View .I'lniill, (iilcioim, Hf' Hill'-
vlved by hur, loving, liiiNbiuid
Jnliii, I hIhIci- Mih Evii M.
(■Sln.wiii'l, (lihiiuiiH,. Kiniei'iil f,i«• i"- ,
vice,  Wediinitilii.y, July. Mill nl
'    V.  i'-.iii,  I'niii'i  |.lm  llfiivc.Y  Fnu-
unil llu/iie, (llbtioiii   liib'iriiciil
'    S'lii.vleW fliMiich-ry''       IIIIOU 33
HILI.   July   rttl'i,   1071, ;J)|.vld
id (llliiKinil,  M.C   lliirvtvcij  by
, .Iiiu . loviu/j wil'n, ,1111) 'J, mini,,
Hn»vi'ii. nnd ('bi|nii/pliei, '),
diui/ihlriiTi; Di.ihnriili, l,ii(|il<-;' I '
nlHler, Mm, Nnnniiii linyln.
Mm icy; ninl bin "mollicr iVIni
Nnin llill, GIIkiiiiiii Kiiui'iiil
fimvlcii w^iim liclil  IO Idny, July
(. Hi yd J, pm, frmp Ml   Hnillihlb   ,
nii'w'n An/tli'i-iiii Chui'cli, Gib.
■■    nniin, MO   Crr<ii)iiiinii   ijnrvny
FlllH'l/il   jlniilir,  dliecfoiH
117111 33
t 1 RIIOWN    Wiily     I,     1071,     ni
f,   ■    Fnnc'ii, , Miinlwili'lmwim,!   Al- .
vln (AI) C|iirlii''lli'iiwiC>,>l' fill'-
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,     Ing   wil"   Mlnlhi,   «ImK'|-h_ Mig,
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l''tnnltt'i\,.   ii'mlh'i'i'ii, I'liimphnd
npd   KmiiNIi, 'Obf   iliiiiiihler
Vvun'nii HI11I11, Miii'Iim 'Lnlwt, ruin
unn   Koh'ul,   Fun")nl   ii»rvh'«i
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p ma from (hf*  Fiimily <.'h*ip«d
id III" Jhuvey |»'in|onil Ihmi",
ninl    llv'liu   nviillnl'li
ll()AI> Lol
imiii,  drive  to *
men; clone lo
lihlnii/', phone
ciiuli.  I'bone llilli OlKcl. (IHO), l
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nil view in'i'i' lol, liinilfiriipi'il
wllli li'iill, lien/,, Dblc giiriige;
Iiiniln^ IiiimciiiciiI wllli oil liii'
lllri'li "W/W I'lirpcl; ll|C|i|nrc
Phone   owner  llllli•!!l|,'ll|.
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"*VIi.t|ljir_)le Ijistlng Service
-Ifox-^aa^'Gibsana, B;e.	
RED-ROOPES *' (Half-Moon
Ray): —■ Modern home,
covered b^rb-Cud, lai-g- wnrl*-'
Jihop) pUi9 bench cottage. ®x\.tl
<\ cor-garaiJe on approx. 200,ft.
^vater front.
SI3T.MA PARK — Four bedroom boine with a large
WprksboP'-garage at rear.. Situated on a large beautifully
landscaped corner.lot (as newT
GIBSONS — Near-new three-
hedroom home on a large clbl'e
kit. Owner must have quick
sole: Full asking price .only
$31,S00. This is a good huy.
70'   a   'Mih'   lovely   view-  lot
on    water   and    lights.    Only
,1)3,500. You cant beat this.
GIBSONS '{"".URAL — Modern
2 B.R. house and we"H built, -
roomy guest cottage, located on
2>a acies of level land. New
oil furpace, .elect. H/W, fire- _
place, car'port, large garden
area, fruit trees: A very well
maintained, comfortable home,
with ample room for ■"expansion. .F.P.. $18,500. Some terms
possible. M.L.S.
Two B.R. house with one
|3 R. self contained revenue
suite renting for $05 month.
Carport, driveway. large
cement patio. House is well
constructed uiul well maintained Splendul unobstructed
view. Convenient lo bus stop,
.store and I'D An ideal retirement home wilh revenue. F.P.
$ I'H, 900 vvith $7,000 down. Bill,
fl per cent MLS.
-Ciuwer Poml area —...Cleared
lol with an unsurpassed view
of Georgia Strait,. (iflft. frontage. Idea) site for new home..
Full price $3.50(1 with $1,750
down bal at ti per- cent for 5
. year (erm   OFFERS
Vancouver Real   Estaie  Board
•     PHONE  886-2248
Notary Public
Vince Prewer -       886-9359.
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Box 238, Gibsons, B.C-.
160 ACRES, some ocean.view,
secluded, all year creek,
best huy. area. Near- Secret.
Cove. Cash $0*0,000, will accept
third down. Write -Box (107(1
c/o Peninsula Times Bok 310,
Sechelt. . (iH7fi-!fn
CORNER- lot for sale at Selma  *Park.   lOOxlgO.   Pl-tone:
88*5-9395. I -.. 6080-tfo
;'   Ltp;
Gibson's, B..G.
Phone ■880-^10(10
Acreaga with"a future. 44 ap.
with 800' shore.. Comfortable
'** bdrm home, barn and other
outbuildings. Offers near
•li 19,000  invited.
SliJLMA   PARK   —   Serviced
view  lot:  desirable  location."
$.),aT,l)() on easy  terms.
GIBSONS — Charming Post
and Beam style 3 bdrm.
home, on I level acre. Fireplace and W/W in Iiv. rm.
counter top range and wall
ov_n in bright kitchen. Vanity
bath with glass enclosed tub.
I'tili'ty. Carport. Avith slora&e.
cud.. $28,000.
IM FAST growing area, 5
acres eiisy clearing,, excellent
"vater supply. Attractive terms
.ni $6,500.
CHARMING 5 room full bsmt.
borne with a view of Ihe sea.
Ilble. plumbing. Simple larul-
M-aping for minimum maintenance. All services Terms
on  $33,000
REAL potential in Ihis. 5 rm,
full bsmt, .home on lge view
lot. Well situated to schools
.aid shops. .Attractive terms on
$■'5,500. (178.8-33
Pender Harbour
350ft waterfront, plus
black lop road frontage
etudes (Ul' x■■■■_' deluxe-
old trailer on conci-ete
ing. Large workshop & ga
Deluxe poolroom wilh t
bar, fireplace, w.w. rug
Marine ways. $20,0011 i
will hiuidle,,
:tOOFT waterfront, .-deep prelected moorage, older 2 bdrm
home un nearly 3 acres. Fran-
. is   Peninsula.
'20  ACRES  stibdividable   level
land   in   choice   area.   Asking
$2,000   per  acre.
211 VIEW acres Lee's Bay wilb
2 older homes. Approx 30
fruit trees. Spring .salmon at
your  front  door. ,
VHiaW lot close to water at
OuiiI-ohI Bay Asking $4,500.
Hydro & water. Good view
loll J'/, acres Redrooffs JUL Try
your offers lu $5,000.
Jack Noble 883-2701
Real Estate & Insi-raiice
.     »        Gibsons, B.C.
Gibsons,   near  Gospel   Rock
oleared lor house, all service.. _-
woii'omo smwrs soon. Marvel-
lua viow and only $7,700. FV.
ACREAGE    —    Some     good
.   buys, like ii acres ii Chaster
Road  for $8,500. or fi.acres on,.
Reed  Road  for  $7,500 ■ (partly :
cleared) or 5  acres on Cemetery Road for $0,500.
'..**" 886-2481
GIBSONS VILLAGE ' — ' Attractive iiouse on Cochrane
Road, with F.P. in living room
and two bedrooms. $10,1100 on
. terms. «J .
2   bedroom   home   with   part
basement.     V'ie.w     of   .Howe
Sound   ruakes -this   an   attractive family  home,  as  there  is
oueMiiore bedroom  in a small
cottage    at    rear    of    garden. -
Large L.R. sundeck and nicely
landscaped.  $10,500   FP.
GIBSONS VILLAGE DUPLEX, * Here is a revenue
home on Marine Drive with a
view nf the sound, Each side
has large, ljving room and conv-
hin<i'..iun : dining,. one iied.room
and kitchen complele with
electric range. AO furnace,
basement. A good rental investment   house. $22,000  FP.
'      " 880-2481
SEMI-WATER-"''RONT   —   Lot
in Gibsons.  Headlands Road,
ready for building. $4,000.
1    i 8110-2481
acres with a panoramic-view
of Ihe ocean, good holiday
property, size (103' x 020'),
FP  $4,700   Make your  offer
("reck on :l i acre, main floor
has 2 bedroom miiIc, large
L.R, witlVrF.P., "bath and reals
for-  $115  month.   Fl"  $21,900. •.
(75' x 425), cleared partly for
building, septic tank approval
water hooked up, has some
view. Beach  Ave.   FP $5.91)0.
lu build view lol," ST
approved 'Culvert is in and
power on property., $4,000 with
terms. Ti'V your offer.
COZY   fully    furnished   bonne
trailer    for    sale    IO'k-KI'; , 2
bedrooms,' $3(100  cash.   No  of-
fecs.   -I'll.   8115-2497.        (17-13-34
W A T E R■ I? R Q N T pottage,
sleeps 4," mpd'ei'ii al) electric,
at Roberts breeK o.n 4 private
acres, nice, hesch, Iwo weeks
only — aliily I Ml. $75 p&v
.weqk. Phono M1IM244 day,
■1180-7310  ouonipg, 07110-33
ALL ELEOTRIQ, :furnis|iod
-*. cnltngo, Davis |ia,v, 22 Auij.
~»~ ii Sept, '$«() wep|{. ."Ph, 835-
9740. . -yr- flTCi-sa
HALL for repWWli^W Creek
* Community   \\p\\-.    Coutact
Mrs.    Diane ' Abc*|eV*"«ii,   83,'"-
.'W05. -        0455-tfn:
3  BEDRt)0~yf  HQ'Ji'e tw rent,
Davis Bay, split* leyel, view,
w.  to  w.  eai'pst throughout.
Write   Box   4% -Nui'th   Va»**..
couver.   '"p.lptii-'p    give    phone'
nuinber. All roplios answered.
0(12(1-1 In
wantpd tg mm
QNE bedroom hpfrip ' wanted
tor reliable local .couple, Ph.
885-974?. ; 0799-33
YOUNG man (traiisfei-red)
. ..seeks sniall furnished suite
id Socholt area. Contact Bill
Willglass   al  '8852111.   0777-35
UN-FURN.    3     hdrnv    home.
Wanted, (o • rent   in Gibsons
nreti. Ph. 808-2880,       G72()<-tfn
HOUSE or trailer reciuired
for renl by business man,
wife aiul 2 children, from Aug;.
1 tn Dec, 1; Furnished or un-
furnished. Neil Campbell 085-
2335 days, 085-9544 after (I
p.m.. * .     (1808-33
COTTAGE hi'Robprls Preek -
Sechelt area. -Sl§ep 4 pers,
Wed. .July 25 - 3ls't. Ph. -988-
O2.70i ur writit 523 East 2nd St.,
N. Vancouver. (iltl'l)-3!l
FOR   quick   sale,    19'   trailer,   .J^ST Kr.anc™  Point  area   Oft
,  . -■   .,.;,!    !.,..,! oraiu'u    dnrgh.v    Willi    oais.
propane    stove( ail    heat, J. •
wired,  ice-box. 1  bedroom, no     J  "      _!___!!_.,	
toilet,    excellent   .slrnpe,    $750       -•-—."     -,,,..
canh. 805-9054. , Iill75-lfn.     USE TIMES   ADBRI^S .
MOBILE lioiui'irx Ilirror side;
• nuiiioiiiibli!    price.    I'll,    11113-
2201. (17113-35
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fili-olle/'/ I'h. IIIIII 21100, "    ciiloiirnd .ninl sribln's, II wIih:
0703-33     Hholii   I'h   110(1 0820.        07811-33
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10  Unit  Wulerfront   Motel
B  modern  bousekee(3ing  udits-
2 sleeping units
Office building  wirh  living  quqrfers  for owner u
"tlmTS'are  ol|  nicely  furnished,  have electric  healing  ond
are well  maintained
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approx.  200  ft   on  Ruby  Lake  with* 2  Nobis,  boats,  and
n  concrete  launching   romp,   Excellent  float   plane  base.
' Asking'price,   $85,000 with  $35,001) clown
To view by appointment only.
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$8,000. Some cleared ready for building.
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Ph. 805-2353.       range includipg^ barrel ��nd  like n_w. Trailer,  $1,1)50. Ph, Pit, 885-03(1(1.      .         6273-U'n '           t                      6800-88 -standi$75. 886^505,      6751-32  OOfi-lKiqo.                .      .(1303-tfn "     * ''"'"  GOOD   condition   18ft   cabin  cruiser,  l'il.ii-H'g'|ass nvor -ply-  Vood. lilvlnrudi". Ph.  885-031(1.  ('757-1 In  Ifl'/OAQW "ooal, hhreglafab -to    0-YEAR-OLD Bay Gelding-fqr    I'^I-X-STEEIh hid<-_-a-l*ed7'Jur-  sjvr f- vy^*^, >��yi?i-.^r^V'-jrit-Kris 'j��fT( "scwnpt" *-'"-'^'"^w,7-��^��-"*h��s��^-"r? jm ��*..���. -^.-r "���>  >   i " h **-"-   '*   ' -"*     '��      'C n a       *    ,'  '      . . i J . < -   -^ f'J(4W>A^ ,  Vl   a. -* r *.��*."'   1     .'     ^ a���"���      .)  Wednesday, July 14, 1971  water   Jlno,  gpod  shape,- no  motor. Ilobt nffur. 888-2401..  V    - 6770-33  -JO(IF) Sflli'l'IIRnD 27 foul,cabin  cabin cruisur;.dinctli!, -sot-loo,  frill    head,    gal ley,    prcajwuru  \v.il_r.   (Inublo    plunk    rnalio-  gonay   "pLill, �� tHak-tliJcJt,���I?lviU  liphie niatiogany cabin, oxcep-  lionajly    sturdy    craft,    good  rough and smooth water sail-    -MADEIRA  ing,  235  hor'st-powor  crusader, ^  new  liloi'lv  and   uvtirhaul   thin'  year, canvas ,1070, hull copper  painted       May,      dmrnaciilate  throughotil        .$0,500.01). lii-i-n/  Tu   view* call    Mike   4115-2230  cvcnint;s���       '1115-2771 *     days,  Powell   RiviM*. 11750-34  ROAT5  sale, Va .Morgan,* *k QiiaVter      ..quois'e,.   nylon    paver,    $75.  horse!' Phone H86-050(j. 6(1.40-33 ... 086-2085 a If pr. 6 p.m.   673B-t!'n  ji^l'jsrt PRISE writer hP")H*'*.  , 40 ga.llOns, 3 years��� olej. Ph.  886-72(10. 6729-34  20ft   aSang'Kt(iiT.ral't  OMC stern "  drive,     we.||     ecpiipppd    twilh  souiuler,   toilet    pie.   With   or  &    wilhput ti'fiiler at  A LTD.  I'linne  6671-30  Pender ifarbt.u'r;  Il|i3:32(l(l.  CARS ft\TaUCKS  Il!'x7'x8" IIKAIVI,'" windshield,  and cninpliite can was ..top.  Price $750. For information  Ph. 8H3 2521 tl.a.m-5 p.m. 883-  2410   evenings. .6722-33  17' T-HKH'MO Crafl, 'semi* v.  ��� Volvo 85, sli!,o|)urclte seats,  nautclcx lop, "trailci-. $1,5110  cash. I 12 11(13 2 170 aft cr 5 p.m  weekdays; 6707-34  l'On SALin-JlKiri VW engine,  also" 1057   flamhiler  NA;NNY  goal, with  fl  months  o'Ut t'erntile   Uid," h.oth   hornless,   i'or   sale  '$40.    I'll.   866-  2737., *: (1772-33  WILI< board one or two horses  for the nurnt-h of Atlgpst 1-n  Wilson Greek area, must be  gentle for young teen-girl  rider who has had some experience. Horse will get, loving  care "Please reply with* phone  number tu Box 6764 Peninsula  times, Box 310 Sochelt. B.C.  . . .- 6764,33'  FOR SALE  LEGAL NOTICES  ** ��*_*_.  MnaMra.^aaVaa,  4     Ma  +     !  1  v, i>4<] 'A  ��>-. j *  -_.'.*��. it1  f"-Vof  PENDER; HARBOUR.  TABERNACLE  (UndenomlnQtional)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  .      9;45 A.M.~    ���**     -  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Roy. Walter S. Ackroyd  .  Mode^roPfltk ���863^374  fl HO 2331.  engine,  61102-33  1050  TAN1JS, Tour  new   tires,  107.1, plates, spare pi)rts and  inotur. $75.00. 6113-2588.  "   '��� ' 6706-33  2 HTAM crafl aluniinium boats  1211, 'new, regular price  $330 SO, sale price $235 I -lit  demonstrator, regular price"  $500, sale price $390. Phone  865-2842.      -' 0708-33  FOH SaT.K- 17' clinker, 1066  05 hp oiitboard, both good  shape, paddles, anchor, ( .lire  extinguisher, frame I'or lop hi-  i-luded,   $1,100   cash.    8110-2382.  6738-32  III   ���ni.DSMOBIl-li"    hard    top,  moloj; i-ui!(.i'n.dLliifned $301) or  best-  of lei.   Also   Aifstin   parts.  I'h.  886 2628. 6807-33  1065. Vauxhall Envoy, '2  owners," carel'iiily- m'ainlained.  History ��.��� available,--' reliable.  $'550.   Ph/'Ufth'-^UOO. 6770-33  LIVESTOCK  OOOD "used pianii for sale.  885-2187.     ;,..    '��� . "HHIH1-.33*"  PiilVATELlY ��� Hoys "bikes,  C.C.M. 2(1' & 24" ex. cond $.31)  each, rridge $15, stove $15,  beds, tables, chairs, rugs, dres-.  sers, plus many small items.  Ph:  885-2806. 6771-33  EA.SY wriiiRer- washer. Hood  condition.  $20.  866-7076. ,  , . 6766-33  ,'FOIiM No. 1     -  LAND  ACT  NOT!Oil OF INTENTION TO-  APPLY  l-'Oli A -  DISPOSITION   OP  CJ-JOWI^ LAND  In Land Recording- District  of New Westrpinster and situate in the area known as  Wilson Creek bounded un lhe  NlE'eide hy lhe B.C. Hydro  right-of-way. on the 13asl side  by District Lots 4000 and  401)2, bounded on the South  West side by- Hie airstrip' property," Lot' 6082. and on the  North side by Lol 1502 until  it is intersected by the B.C.  Hydro right-of-way.  Take notice that I, Dianne  Elsie   Patten   nf   Sechelt,    oc-  *�� , \        ^mgi  S i- '     Jfa-J  A  Baptist Chyrcb. ��iFVic��s !  BETHEL BAPT)5f CHMR^H  Mermaid cind Trail, !^che(l  Sunday ScFfobl TQTDO qrn..  .  Morning Worship 11:]5 q.m.   . ���  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd, Gjbspns  .  " h Sunday School ^:A5 am-  Evening'Worship 7;QQ''p.m,.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  PICS for sale. Phone 885-2304  "between 8 and 030 p.m..  6770-33  2  Yl-Alt  old-Qelding for sale  Piruni'   886-2607. 6718-lfn  10 INCH Portable TV, only 2  moulds .old $125, .Hairdryer  shop model $20, floor plisher,  3 head $K), pusc *toois. Ph.  880-2016. ���    0707-33   __ cupatinn,   waitress,   intends   b  ORDER   your .garbage   incinerator   at   $3.50   eacli   from  Secliell   Kinsmen.   Phone   885-  2443. "      '      6306-tfn  FRR".,   single   bed   and' .mat-  Iress,   bed,   chesterfield   and  easy    chair     Offers ��� accepted  885-0700. 6601-33  STUDIO  couch "$50,  combina-  ' t,iou     Admiral     stereo     T.V.  $11)0.   Pli.   885-0400. 0774-33  WILL   SWAP".2"    Panasonic  T.V.  as new,  loi'   late model.  outboard   motor    885-0872  _    .... 6778-35  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fihreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat  Hardware  Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  PITone  886-9303,  Gibsons, B.C.  GEORGE ANTHONY WALKlEM  George An'thony (Boomer) Walkem  served as premier of British Columbia for two -terms���February 11, 1874  1u .January. 27, 1870, and from .June 25,  apply for a lease of ihe follow 1H7II to June 6, 18112. He represented  ing described., lands: __ ^ (*arjl">oo in the provincial legislature  Co"nfmencing at a post plan-" *''��"" October 1871 to -June 6, 1882.  led in the NW corner of Part Horn in Newry, Ireland, on November  of hoi 1528, Group 1, New -'H. 1B34, he ��� came via Canada lo  Westminster District; thence British Columbia in 1862 and was a  it) chains east; thence 35 resident : of Victoria from at least  chains Souih Masterly; thence l��71. A lawyer, he was a member of  18 chains souih;' thence 45 uie c'onfedera-lion League, and was  chains NnrtIt-West; and con- appointed Puisne .Judge of the "Summing 20 acres, more or less |)|;eine (;ourt (Vf British Columbia,on  The purpose for whicli ih'L- May 23, 1882. He resigned from lhe  disposition is required is thc bench on November 11, 1903, and died  growth, propagation and-mar- m Victoria .January 13, five years  keting the produce thereof, ut iaie"i\'''He"'l��a*'s' buried at Ross Bay  2.000 (approx.) Hazelnut  trees     Cemetery  Miss. Dianne Elsie   Patten  Dated June 25.   1071.  6733-pub".July  7,   14,  1071  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES -      , -  St. John's Unifik" Church - Davis Bay  Sundoy Serl/Ices - 9:30 "a.m.  Roberts ^rcek Unil-ed  Sundqy SerYices - 2:30 p-.m.  Gibcons limited Church  Sunday Services 7 11:15 a.m.  l**ort Mell<Mj- United  Sunday Serytcess - 7:30 p.m.   _,       (2nd and 4thl Sundays),  Minist|ry  Pev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  THE ANGLICAN ,  CHURCH OF CANADA ..  For details of Summer Services Jn  Sechelt*. Redrooffs', Pender Harbour and fgmont please phone:  885-9793  i     885-9673 -,...*���  885-2133  885-232Q  885-2331  Priest���REVJX PQPPLE, Sechelt  *ji��inin��wkn  Dental Topics  "Execiiliye" Babies Likely lo Thumbsuclc  JaAST week's column referred to a study,,  which showed thai babies who suck  pacifiers rather than their thumbs, are  more likely to have straighter teeth The  same study by Canadian dental scientists  showed that habies of executive or professional paients have the highest' rate  of  thumbsucking.  The   group   of   University   of   Toronto  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.      "'"'^"'"'rVfjn'    "-'������-"''-      scientists working on a  10-year study of  635-9330, Sechelt, B.C. l children lhroug.li the Burlington (Ontai-io)  9893-tfn    1" I--and  Recording District -_t' ^Qrthodljiiliu Research pentre, also  found  Vancouver arid sjtifale on  thu     thfat   Uiere   was   a   definite   relationship  tfoi'eshrir'e "ob/Pqrpoise   Bay.     hetweep ||ie prpvajepce of spclfihg habits'  eonligunus     In    Disl|icl     l_i>l     and  (1)   lhe  fatjier's  occupation,  (2)   the  lf)('P, Qrpiip  ), New W.estmin-     number of children in the family, and (3)  slor 13islricl. the duration nf Ihe weaning period.  Take   i)o|ine   llial   Osbnrno The sucking habit did nol  vary much  langgingCo, Ltd uf P.O. I'ox among children grouped according lo  jlll),' Sechell, HC, occupation, age and racial origin of parents, order of  Logging   Contriiclors,    intends     hulh,   schedule   nr   demand   feeding,   hr  *l*l<Wi��_imM��t��fa������l��--irtl-������__��n��-_^  once  SEA CAVALCAf  ELEGTROLUX Sales ami Service,   Rob   Waltham.   Phone  fi8f)-9H7tt. (1503-lfn  ayiITA1*l AJVIP, 1 fi wait. Can-  . adian made. Good condition.  $2fi.  Ph.  BliH-iUm. fiB(��fi-3,3  FORM   NO.   1  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  "APPLY   FOh' A  Dl SI 'OSI TION   OF   CHOWN  LAND  Anyone wishing to enter a float in the Parade  call J. R. Wilson at 886-9304 or write  Box 45,  Gibsons.  DEADLINE FOR ENTRY JULY 2Bth, 1971  Parade moves off at 11  a.m. sharp August 7th  ��B^M������ll��IW��IMMWIII_IW*WiW����ll|��W-^^  Thore'8 no sawdust on the floor now. No flickering gaslight.  No bellowing hohky-tonU. But when a man calls for a real  beer.he still means the same thing. Beer hrewecj slow and  natural In the honest-to-goodness Old Stylo way, Cnrnln''up  ...three mora of B.C.'a heBt-selllng (peer. Old Stylo Beer.  RCA     portable    TV.;     Royal  lypewriler; osterizer  inixer; goll clubs; woods; !"  and 3 (iliii2 and puller irons);  golf..shoes; spiked; 3 sleeping  hags; I down mummy haij; 2  sails 7 hy l'i1 Iriangulur. '/i bp  motni", maul In riidin; 3 liurncr  camp -dove; rod slu jkl; I  down jai'lfirlj firo place screen;  single and ilble b.lucks -.4" up  Solid oak cont' hangi'ir iind hid'  shell'. Very rild Cnniisli Inudcr;  odds mid ends nl baggngi:,  1 uid. (.riih I nips. Home Very  . inliiri!ialin/*..libuks up practically any subiecl. Mils and pieces;  iiddH nud <*,nd'- Ph. IIIKi 7731.  ,   (iVliri-33  Bum  t Slow Iriaworl aiirJ naliiroll-/aijod  *  Villi ���il/iiliMn'M |�� nol ,>i,l<lli|ni| *ff uiiijI.,,'1 l'i lit. 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These included sales-  , men, skilled and unskilled labourers,  while i-olliu workers and sell-enipluyed  I'i'liiniiK, * ������  " ;   ':' ,'* '",'.  Art Gallery features  wide display exhibits  AltiiivAl, ul  niiiny .new ailisbi up lhn  1-eii'inniila   bus   incinasnil   Iim   viniidy  uf iii'Ih mill i'1'nl'ln nn I'liuplny in lli'e (iii|ji;|-y  .(Shop, Hiiiiliull.-. . ��� -i  The   shop   Ih   nilunli!il   in   lln;   ('nidll  Iiniini hulldiiifi mid iniriiuwl hy vuliiiiliicru'  Inilli   lhn   Alls  (!oiiiic|I   of   the   Hiiiislilnu  CiiiihI,   II   piuvldiis   ii. I'liniru   inr  diripluy   nud  uli.ii gi'vci,  ai I |i,is mi  rippoi liiuily   In  ineel uihunCi'il*, Miuir crafl,  All "ulleli-H urn iii'ceptnil un ("uhkIkii-  ,  Uii.'iil  iiird  pnynienl   is iniide muullily  I'ur ���  Hiiloi,. The nl|up In upon limn   10 a,in, lu  4 pin, iroui Wednesday lo'Hnluiiliiy, the  ' ii��iinl(ipciih)|( I'm'.Hu; m'limijnr niuiilfis hnn'"  iiol yr;l begun dun lb luck ,ol vuluiilccls In  mrrvri nun  hull. i( day nncli -  I'liciil itiiHii Includn .caudluH uf all  Ni'j'hi, ,u Iinu rniiiH,! of pollcry, nifuiy finnll  nnd viulml lii-ipM ninl n vyi)||(j(>i|u| nehui"-'  llirl'l ul'  piillilliigh' ' '  GOSpEkCHURCH  (Uniliini'iiiliiiitinriiil)  Siinduy St Inml *���, 10)00 ��i,in.  Cliiifdi Smivbn r- lltlfi a,m.  iSvHnliifl Suivlca 7)30 p.m.  hrKhlOH |(|:V, S. CAWHI-S  flnyli Boy Rood anil AfbnlM��  (2 Mock* up t,tim |||{)lit*��y|  tJ^echell  (/*Se  h  eauiu  Is Pleased To Announce  The Return Of  Action  rdjianne -^llen  To The Stall,  no  Dianne looks forward to serving all her  lormer customers.  .... *-  For Appointments Phone 885-2818.  ���fRIPg^^  r^j  ^-^_-*^v^iy^lhw^'-,,,"ilw^  mk U<mmm Ii**  .*��� '  ..  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Srii.linll l.riiiiuii 111,111..Iliniiu,     ��� ,A .   ...  .Inly |6" Up in hiii'ln.'ll liiillnii I'lnll, llini/o,  .....JulyJZ-pl IJ!i'iin....'irP.iiia.Xlilldi(.;n'i,���  i* i . I '  July   1/   -*iv p,p|,   <"ii|ap,ii';, (.'iiinii  Idiili'iiulh,.  Cenloiililul  Ciiunliy l"nlr.  July "3 .'fl p m, Mmluliii I'm!   Giinniunlly  I'uilci'llon l.lihiui I, (.'iiiiiicily Mn'dlnri,  lull. I'milm llHibmn ri|��  ���JMy ?4'   HI n,iii'4 fi in. **n*rhMl slilnwiill.  Cli| nnfffnv IJnnl  nnd Unl o  il i lo.  ���'/������  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAI* ESTATE  .^)  JAt  Phona 005-2233  gecaiBwa  Miilllpfr. Ihllnrj Sarylct  VaDcoiiyar lh��n| Eitata  0oqr4  REAU ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGGMCIES -(LTD.  BoxJ28, Sochnli, B.C.  >   I  ')  ���<*���'   _.,..W'W'iia"-��m��*"- 0*m*n��r*r.J0��0m*0***0+frrV'*> 7��*'   S""l>  ,,*���,'*''���/','''*'���,"]'���'���.,, ������,...    r    ...    . ,  . a. a ,f a�� ^.,'. * ���   t. *. r, t, r. * *. ^.j. nr.+f.r.,���~rw.+m���m >. *��._. x.*   0,^.0.,^. v_-.,v_.lW_��>A^  ia   .   .   ,  r *  *   *    I    a    ,    I   .  ,   r -1    to,  1��.    .  '���."-.,_*.     *��- -  --���      " 0   . srSL ii f    *-  #f*H<  i'Ik's   V  V!  ���*f  a"-,,. I*  .   *' ?J  \f     '���  v"*   <  \  Hf "v.  * L'      'I  1   .1  ��/    . ^  ^V      ���*!  "4*     rfV  !- . - J'  "���'" Jl  3-. ���' '  ���'*"* l  .    *���  ***���*  *" S  v   V 5  "*."���*: t  I"-.,'*    a  ��-   , it  **���   . �� .''  ���-  J   I  *    ,     J  "     '1  i ���  V1.  Around Gibsons  MB, and Mi's. A, W Davidr-ron npd family  wet*-- jjiven a surprise farevyell party  at theip home Mr. and Mrs. Win, Weinhandl hoisted; others present were Mr,  and Mrs. Ed Huqtu*^ Miss'CoJleen .Husby;  Loiiia :.Nichoii*"on5 3m-ry Propl-now; Mv.  and Mrs, Nieka Husby; JFi/ank "Lamoureijjf;!.  Mr. "and Mrs. Bsrt Hagelundr Mr. and  Mrs."Rudy Korucz; Mr. and Mrs. George  Flackk;" Mr. and Mrs.- George Cooper; Mr.  and Mrs Gilbert,Musgrove; Mr. and Mrs.  ' pon Hauka; Mr. and Mrs,"George Page-;  and Mrs, Pauline Griffith. "    -���-���'  Unable to attend were 'Mr. and Mrs.'  Bob Emerson; Mis and,,Mrs, Bill Wright;  Mr- and Mrs. Tyson; and Mr, and Mrs, li.  Labonte, ' .   - ���  A very pleasan't* social evening was enjoyed  with  songs and  guitar music  by  George  Page. "A  beautiful  crystal   bowl  "was presented .to the Davidsons who have  .   since moved to. Haney.  .SHOWER  Mrs. Lenard' Letham. and Miss Ann  ���Letham, Wast Vancouver-, entertained at  a miseellanebus shower in honor of Miss  Marilyn Hopkins, whose 'marriage to Mr.  James Perry Hechiian takes place- Saturday, August 7(h.  After tlie. receiving of many lovely  gifts presented in a very, beautifulty-  . decorated umbrella,'' the guests were"served, delectable-refreshment-s followed by  the cutting, of the cake.  Present were the bride-elect's mother,  Mrs. Marion Hopkins; future mother-in-  law Mrs - P. Hedman; Mrs. J. Fenyedi;  Mrs. D. Hunter; Miss T. Hedman; Miss E.  *������ Hopkins) Mrs. T. Hopkins; Mrs. ,S. Cameron; Miss T. Osborne; Miss C. Kiloh;  Mrs. T.  Lukashuk;  Miss  S.   KirkpatrUck.  Unable to attend hfi'rt sending gifts  were: Mii. B. Standen; IVJiss J*-1- Hopkins;  Mrs. D. Singer; Mrs. T. Hopkfns; M'"s. M.  Douglas, grandmother of the bride-elect;  Miss J. Affleck;_ Mrs. Gordon Hopkins,  great aunt of the guest of honor; and  ��� Mrsii C. Hill. ..   ' -.  ���  U.^. TRAVELLER  Mrs. CK-ris Drummond and Mrs. Zoe  Eades were at Vancouver Airport, Wednesday, Jiily 8th to met Mrs. Molly Ken-  net t who returned from a 7 week visit to  Great Britain. " '���-.������  Mrs. Kennett had a reunion with her  tliree siters in^tlie Old Country. She had  not been "home" for- 7 years so enjoyed  a lovely time visiting many old friends  in opera circles and reminiscing. Mrs..  Kennett travelled near Ihe West coast  and crossed ovei- to the East coast of Scotland. While in Edinburgh walking ,in the  public gardens along Princess Street,  where there are many benches provided,  Mrs. ICennett happened to stop by one that  had been donated by Eric und Mary  Thompson of Hopkins Landing, in memory of a happy visit.  GUEST  SPEAKER  Fourteen .Gibsons people were among  those   attending   a   meeting   at   Madeira  Park on Wednseday afternoon last week  ..   wiren    Miss   Gwen   Pym    was   a    guest  speaker at Ponder Harbour Tabernacle.  Mrs.   W,   S.  Aekroyd   welcomed   visi-  . lors who included those from Davis Bay,  Selma Park, and Sechelt.. Miss Pym  will  ho   aitending   orienlation   school    before  going overseas to lhe missionary field.  Following her rnesuge there . was a  question period after which delicious refreshments were served, including a specially decorated cake with a Bible verse  inscription. Miss Pyiiii was also given a  love offering. "'''"  HERE  AND THERE  Guests nf Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hlulu!-  niii'n for several days were 'Captain and  Mrh. L. G. Moffutl., from TsuwwriHseu,  Cap!   Moffalt-tr'.witlv.C.P.A. "  Miss Ann TriU Win England. Shu vim-  led Miss Penny ���. lapu On vis. .In London.  (1 lie-itsdf Mi', and M'rn,'"W. Davis urn  Mr,  and   Mrs,   Corrlgaii   and   infant,   son  from Vancouver,  Mrs,'   Wally    Pcbn-rton,    imr   'nephew  .ilarnld   Poteison und  her  daughter..l.ur.  ruhitt liavc rciuriicd idler u very plcusimt  'J, wci'l'  vacation at Osoyoos.  My   and   Miu  Cecil.  Chuinbcrlln   npd  'f~by Morion Charm-on  Ftari.ce enjoyed a week at Bed Willow  Kanch, Ldde Bute, where they \ye.i-e  guestsfof Mr. art<4 M��'s.; Jim Chaster, ,*"?hey  report a profusion.of varied and inteie^  ting flowers it} bjppm there.  .,, Mr. apd Mrs. W. P. Gordon have. re-,  turned from a happy holiday at Sylvan  Lake, north west of Red':'"Peer, They  motored to Alhet'ta *". where they visited  relatives, yiolept. atorms and good  weather were encountered.  Mr' and Mrs. R, L. Blakeman during  a 10 day motor-' holiday, visjted . their  daughter Barbqra at Trail, saw. Mr.  Blakemans broth��_r at Nelson' and then,  went tq Vancouver Island where they  were   gues'ts   of    their   son-in-law    and  Mrs, q. Steele from Pawsovp CreeJt v'sit7  ing at their home for a couple of weeks.  Mrs. Esther Wendell irppt Saskatchewan is out here to stay with her mother  Mrs. Nygren Sr. for tlie summer,  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Weldon   Munro   were  hftppy |o, welcome his  parents" Mr.  and.  Mrs. ppp Munro and Shardivwho motored,  from McKenzJe to spend 4 d-iys hfise. It  was .-their, first yisit to this part" of the  daiighter Mr, apd Mrs, Mavy "flanderapd  _fa"aiily-_.'    "  ,L-^-MTr7md'*Mrs. yerri Rottluff and family  have returned after visiting Barkerville,  Sieamous,   Pentioton,   etc.   travelling   by  camper.   While   at  Prince   George   they  saw Dave and Peppy Latham and family,  former Gibsons resident*";' >vhq ��� are; now.  settled in Prippe George,     .. '     ,".'*  ...,_ Guests at the home of M"'.  apd Mrs,  Rein S- McPhedran are M*!s- R. Webber _ country,  and  children  from Varicouveiy ;       Qpestii'qf Mr, and Mrs. Mike Jepson  Bill and Rpby Laipg and daiighter for a" few days were their daughter Mrs.  Linda travelled with their "trailer to Bor- . Tardiff and ohildf-6n from Powell River,  den, Sask, where they visited Mrs,, Laing's Mr. and'Mrs. H. R, Archer and 2 sons  uncle and his wife, Mr, apd Mrs, Norman spent a wee*, in Viotoria where they have  Smith.  Mr.  Smith  who. hoj^esteaded  at    relatives. ��� ..  Borden fs now over 8S years, of age and Mr, and Mrs, Gordon Hewitt observed  still enjoying the Rlace where** he has their 4th'wedding anniversary Thursday  lived   so   long,   Tlie  Laings  'had   rainy    July 8th. -'" . ..   ;  weather while travelling through B.C.    : Mrs: B- J. Wisken, Hopkins, Landing  iiv,  and Mrs.  R.  W. tJanowsVy  liave"    and  Mi's, Rayner of  Powell Riyer spent  Poflf A-4  TK<3 P-Bn!fi?Mlo Tlm^tl     u  Wednesday, July 14, l?7|  ,a weel" at''The Fhs" in Beiiingharn.  Mrs. Russell Cramer visited Mrs."Den7  His   Hicks   and  Mrs.   Sam   Flad��ge"'~--*d~  Aldergrove recently.       .  ��  Vi*Jit'ihg tiioh"'son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mi's. John Walkei' and family  are. Ml', and Mrs- O.- Myers from Calgary  who came to the coast by bus for a 2  week holiday.  Mi', and Mrs. V. Dickson' of Abbs Rd. ���  spent  the . month   of   June  hi "Windsor,  Ontario, with their daughter and.grandchildren. They travelled by train- It was;  -hot in the*Eastern part of Canada; "swim-*  ming was enjoyed in_Lake Saint Clair.  There. was an attendance ql 60 junior  girls at Keats Island Baptist Camp. Op  Wednesday last week 50 junior boys  arrived for camp.  An  Open" House was  held on July- Ulh for people who" have  cottages or summer, homes on the Jslarip!,  so  that  tihey  might  see  the .improved  .facilities" a,t .the' 0a"*np-  ,   Mr.."and M''s; Dqug Stewar-t were viai-  .t'ors to the Kamloops aiea, i    7 '  ��� Ken and Emnu?' SchulU apd 3 -H'ild*.  Ten from Cardslon, Alberta, motored put  ���i* visii-Mrs. Schultz sister at Sechelt and  brother Tom Myers and family at Selma  Park.  A fare war broke "out in March, 111(10,  between' steamers plying between Victoria and San Francisco. The Labouchere  dropped the fare to .$10. The Active  dropped lo $5 and threatened to go lower  if forced. '  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C, DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone; 885-9515  SECHELT, B.C.  Telephone; 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  086-2714.   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C. -  APPLIANCE REPAIR  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES "~  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery/ Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, -tpibfons, B.C.  BUILPtERS   (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  "**"������CUSTPM HOMES . PRE-FABV.HOMES  '  Hiph Quality,, ., , Reasonable prices  Buy "a  Package and erect it yourself, or get  our professional help.  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Tli'i 'Jl. hp I'lif'nMnr In �� lifilit�� *  wrrlijhl llnlilriil niolfir wilh  finoii(|li pitw'idln pnp nn iidult  fth|rrf, lioin /�� r|��m||.w)it��r ftiri'l.  It hut, n now (Jii'ik 'ihrtprr Ililn  yniif, pin* o|h��r fofiniirinnio,  llni, ll irtiiinlnt) ��������������� ilm lulling  ffit*��i��i yon r.nn nkl vvlih, or ih*i  ekilnf) motor yoo con fi��l| Vr*lil"��   :^;maDe.ra: :"  MARINA LTP.  803-2266  ' r.viNni/nf-SAirsft'.-if.nvicE  I  "     0m 00m mwrn*.*���.jwmiwi'iw i'im��wiii^i'nw wumwnrinwii��-Mi mpi i����i ���' iiipi-i  |,l��l I  ���   ���!��� '" ���!  HI   1     ��l I'MII" !!���'������ WU ���������-llll I   BRICKLAYING  7, l.i . . '  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 - Socholt B.C.  Phono 005-2132  '.      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Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  .  '   Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiring and Major        Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt,  B.C.  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Wiring Supplies -  Electric  (Heat  Sechelt -  Phone 885-2062  Serving lhe Sunshine Coast for a quarter century  FUEL ~~~        ~  c  ANADIAN  P  ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Canst with reliable ond  economical Cooking,  (Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your fuel Supplies  PANNY WHEELER"   your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD,  GIBSONS  J-SSO'OIC FURNACES  No down payment - finnk Inloresl  Ton yonr". lo poy '  for froo o.tlmoto���Call 006-2728  , .ComplolQ lliio of nppllnncos  HAIRDRESSER  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Dal, Block  Moxl iq the Co-op Store  Gihfiom 006-2322  ~~   SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  CoiTipleto  | |rjir*lr��s��"lnci Sorvlco Dy  Prolo^slonal Slaf,f,  Cowrlo Street Phono 00S-2818  HEATING t% SHEET.METAL'  ,r.��u,,,.������,,HALL..-SHEET*METAL,,.jJ.,MU-  Pomodtlc - Comnrjorckil�� IriHiialrlaj  Telophono 005^606,  flax 164, Sochoit, B,C,   '  TILLICUM HEATING '�����''SHEET  METAL  Oil,- ELECTRIC ft, GAS   l(     ;  M<> down pfiynipni,;   '  Phono 803-7494 .  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  ,    OH, ,1 |UU) WAII.K* MliA'll'Kt'  Molhliiii Down --�� M> Y��or�� To l'��y  l-iolii rininlilnu  f|oy ninncli"  0032401  Modoira Poih  0032770  , ,Uirl;  UU'.INIS!.  TIIISi       '  XRICIORY  TO REACI |   '   ,  '    j 0,000 J-'nppj.J:  T, I IE TIMES, 005-9654  ���'   '     (���      '���'  HORSES  FALAHON FARM  Excellent  faeilities available  for boarding and  riding your horse.  * Individual Pqddocks *  Lighted Sawdust Ring  * -XA mile Exercise Track * Bridle Trail  REGISTERED BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-7729  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  * Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Wqxlng  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  "Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  ���  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  "PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 PM.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Aery Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721     . Res. 886,9956, 886-9326  MARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  , Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Service  Boat Hauling  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for;   ���-  Evinrude O.M.C. - K&C Thermoglass,- Sunlinor  Spring Pok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing Fillings arid Fixtures,  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  RETAIL STORES  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crook  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Lai-rlscnplng - Shrubs - Fruit Trees * ForlllUor  Horry Plant*- - Uerldlna Plants - Pool Moss  Fully, Mconsocl Posllcldo Spiaylnp lor  Landscaping and Troos  Phono 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Dal Block �� Gibsons  > Every Wfiflnesdqy ,  8864248  PHOTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A'Coinpliiliii l-liolfaurnplilr., '.efy,|--Q  ��� WWMNOS - pOI'TKAIT!,'- I'AS'iPOI'TS  COMMMCIAI.  ' C, AMFINIETHY  Oil.ion., II,C,. Phona 006-7374  or 0fl6,"/21fl    '  00000*<000*0*i ��������!> mi-mwiiiinwn���wiw����n��ywnwwin*pi.iiii���iiM|i iii um n,.i��*M����#iiiiwiiimimiwiwii'  -PI���Ui*VIRINC|���������--���-������  SEASIDE PLUMBINQ  Gihsons  I'liiliil'liifl.- I'ljKiflMlno - Sliioinlljllno  I lol Walril ll'tollnu - f'lpo lafjijlnu  ���fllliP JJSTIMATfcS  Phono 086-7017 oi 086-2848  0mi0��00*m0'*i0i*0ivm.m*0ii0^m0*'^0m0m0m0m0.liumuiww m. \mium0mmm00-i00m00^iimtmwmm  RENTALS  ,\  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL 5110^  nt Payli Poy ,  "W�� Krinl <n Siill Aliri<a(,i* I vwylliliny'  Iyp.iwi|l.i,'i> ��� I lijlillnij I'luiili, ������ '|Mluv'ri|ori�� ,  lOilo | il|nf>, .. ( .iiniiil Ml*-ili< - I own |<nlu,i.'  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WAGENAAR  ft.C- Latid Surveyors  Marine Building - P6rpoisd Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  085-2332 or ZEn.th 6430  TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motor*  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs;  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service,  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel; 883-2414  ^w����wihwi���.iiii-���imnin^w,-ih.i m- mm**m**0t. ������ "������nw^twmw���wiwn��*-wni������ mnpinmn  TIRES    COASTAL TIRES  Suruhlno Coo��t Miahway  Box 13, Gibtoni, B.C,. Phono 000-3700  ���'      SALES AND SERVICE  i       ' ., All Pronds AvallaWa  Monilay lo Saturday fli30 o.m, lo 5;30 p,rn.  I:r|(lay evonlno hy appointmoni only,  TOWING ~~  Scowi ���- Lorji  SECHELT TOWING fli .SALVAGE  , LTD.  ,   Heavy ("qi'lpmaiil Moving fl< I-op Towlna  I-, HIGQS  , :   Phono 805-942S  <*  TRANSFER        , . "  MN VVRAY'S TRANSFER  Honiauliold Movlno, Ponklrirj, Sioru'u*  l-rinklM** Malurialu l:<)f hula  Mwnlwr nl Alllorl Von |.ipq��,  Cniiflrln'n Mi>, I M'rvntt  Phono 886-2664, R,R, 1,GII)6on��, R,C,  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  ^m^^^^^^m^Qu^*-^rMr^^  Sacholt 085-2118 - Gihsont 886-2172  llAILV'-rlillYICI,: pho'm VANCfJllviK  SI.-KVINO If II: fllC,III I,I firilMMJI A  ,      '   l-iiinllnrM to,nnyvy|iQra in Canoiln,  Qirntital fMilrjIit, Mnv-liarl orirt h����vy  liatdinu  UPHOLSTERY  ^ *  ,      ,r,,.,.*,,,f*  ,    I     '     '    ,    ,     ,     ���    ,  , .t,0,*,.0.i  i   - a.  * a���a ���    ^*��_f��*..  ��������*��������'''' ���     '    - ;    '   'A   *   *  i   ' t .   �� *   -���.-.�����#.# * +i4   ,,,,^..���,.., . 9 ,,.  ft p it 0 ^ f *  *��� r      i f t  - >      ���  *        * i * t t * t * * * t  t t, ? 4 t ,   * f  * / ,  /*���  ��* >���* *u.�� *��� 00��^i* 0-J.00* ** r~.**> **���**+A *4**J*i00i0��*0 0s-4,0Ji,w, t> t*f0r.m ��t Mjjfl^r.^1^.* ti v Anw'*. *   *   *  RELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  R'liipliolMnrino "��� Pimiyllnn *��� Compl'iin Diripmy,  firiiylr n - (iniii|'i|iiit hlury/n III llm liomn .  (Phono 886-2050 nUni 6 p.m.  or 0R6-2873  Umi IIiiJJirt *,|i<ii.iii, lo  ���   M��ir;|i ricrif|y   10,000 pnupln  uyuiy wooKI  1 . ,    i '  ' t-       " ���     ���  THI-TIMfcS- Phono llliti'Mfi-l  J* *0,  * i t ** *  4S.        0    Ik   ���*  ._.*.  r*     V **0\    *+   1*   *  *' '���.**('.'.  ' ' ���  y.t :���:**.y. ���'..',���  * i - ,r.' *.  .   i   *   '   l,**0   r.*,H*   **i,*.  >0*Jr*0*M,00.0*0*>  '.'': '*-**',k-****W^-<*'**^*SJ,,*l**��*^^ ���jT., -!, ���ll^)>J^-.^1|---1--^��.tf��v--w-^^^^^.^J^^ ^^^-^^.^-^.^^ ^^���^���_t-1_..tf___v__^ **"���        ���     >,��#������>  fin ,-. *m 0-, 0+ *.'     *J*J��_--fc__*.^_**_-��_-fc__^^____Jl__J-^^ *       *   '     <  '*i^V^^*^*,****^V"VVp*Vi^F**l**Srr^  \ -  By Appointment Only.  Phone 803-2602  ROAtCOGOR RANCH  GARDEN BAY ROAD  Hnm\% HARBOUR  i^,"'      lyvt/' *" -'^i'MMi'i  I',1  i  , - > ..      ( l'i   i*   M  jjtBjjg  P***B*S*��"*Bi*-a*H****SH*pB  gag  ELECTRICAf.  CONTRACfORS  Wiring Supplies  Specialising in  MAiR&iEL /..  Electric Heat  WHARP ROAD, SICHELT  Phone 885-2062  ���is  _4  I  I v^  J/1  it  Ui  H  M  if  m********0****\-*****0 ********* *******0000t  A  TWIUOHT THEATRE  , Gibsons . **. .  .   "   k <  TOTEM CLUB  Champions  8 Playing under the: unsual name of  & ("ihsons Devil'*" Yavtviej*s~The teaivi  jj was lop of lhe league this seasiiii  !;    winning the ve|-y fine Gibsons Shell  [iAk.li,JV\A..  Cleopatra was agtrqwherry blonde . . .  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  . Wednesday. July 14, 1971  un-so-eaiong s sim;  some once died for if  pain)ing   ha Ins   ol*   li|��hl   around   the  a Service Trophy. Pictured from left,  5 players in back cow aVe: Mona Suv-  KDinAV-C    R'fktm  wi, nt   I eges, Carol Ann Parrell, Kim Crosby, woman's   eternal   quest- for  a   more  ritlM(ft.Il9-f   W��WW   p.m. S Jannette "Swanson, Kelly Crycierroan flattering hair color is 'recorded as far  *'"             INDIAN   HAIX3 anci   coach   .Toyce     Suveges.' Front: hm   as   44"J   **r    Bul    P''"l)ably   even         -Special    effects    in    hair   "ightnening  3 Pi*-|v"��*_tni-    nip.ul   Ppnfnlrf    PnMnpn N(*ande,',hal Woman, peering in her porid     rH-.-.i,: ihe same rcsull. . ".  . a brighlerusd  kSZ^  Valmr^lS   tic      I^Uv |nirr0r'l    fa?     disench���{e*     WiUl     her    '-���   ��"   enhanced   hairstyle,   an   optica.  5 m     11  ii          a i      .UUPU,S    ml .-HMY. naulral   shade.                                                    ,llU;i|llll   ,-,���.   race-shape   flattery.  $75   TO   GO             ' &P��USand,-^!nS^r;S "   The ancient Egyptian, irwd'gold  and          Long,   narrow   faces  appear" wider   if  .     t^^1 ����.��..     .           J n5?h.f     if.il    Sf'in^r Whi,e  P��wde,t4  aild   co,orin��   ','  Bnhartpe    "Veal's   of   lightened   hair   cascade   down  fa   DOOR   PRIZE   ���        i R^W>, ...^M: !:IlP?'   ��,aine   P^ JopHs. and ...looks.   But -they   cpyered   MP    ,|le   sides   /very   round   face   appears  Jackpot $300  000*********0**00***0*****0**00*********00,  j   and Cindy"Kiirucz.  ***" ��MMl��''ll''VM'UI��aW^MMMKVIIMWllMUWI|lllWa^^  BASIC,  SIMPLICITY AND  BUTTE RICK PATTERNS  WATCH FOR OUR FALL LIME,  WtilCH WILL BE ARRIVING  SOON.  ah.  GIBSONS  Your No.   1  levying Centre  Pliono 806-7525 Use Your Chargox  MW-nfWWMWMfMW>������>��Wt����������_IV1����n��><WMW����WI��Wlt����^^  Willi   wigs  to  avoid   sun   stroke.   If  they     narrower   when   lire   hair   at   the   lop  of  could have taken the sun,  its lightening    Hie  head  is  lightened.  Richard .  Burton  Biuoid  "        ,     lh !��,-*  MAlWAl.LlSr^Ol.T-US  t/J> Tfjtysant  S Pais  T at-'  t.Vl     ^_-  t -  ACADEMY AWARb WINNER  WfOH^DAY,  THURSPAV,  FR'PAY  &  SATURPAY, Ji)ly H, 1!},' 16 & 17  ol 8 p.m.  powers woiild have betfn. a boon. They  favored blonde hair . . . perhaps because  Cleopatra's black wigs actually covered  natural strawberry blonde , tresses,  according to a  research  department.  Woman wonien of 27 13.C liked  blonde hair so much it was fashionable  even though prostitutes were required  by law to lighten their hair,  Wgrflgn who wanted light hair- wpre  blonde wigs pf flpririaH hair or bleached  their hair wit|i ashes of plarils,' elderberries,   nnts'lieUs   and   vinegar.   Or  Ihey  FOEESTFIHES  RESTRIQ.TEP  Wpffitng: .  /yluch   nudity   and   coarse   language"���;  R.: W.   McDonald,, B.C.   Film  Classifier.  SUNPAY,   MONPAY,   TUESPAY   ANP  WEDNESDAY, July 18, 19, 20 and 21  at 8 p.m.  ONE DAY ONLY!  "McMENllE BREAK"  "SPECIAL* RETURN  ENGAGEMENT FOR-  THOSE WHO MISSED IT DOE TQ THE  POWER BLACKOUT.  THURSDAY, JULY 22 at 8 p.m.  NEXT WEEK ~  Wall Disney Double Feature  "Wild Country"  PLUS  "Niok, The Orphan Elephant"  COMING  /'SOLDIER BLUE"  *if  * ���'..  i. -  Narruw   temples   appear   wider  when  temple   hair   a���nd   side   strands   are   ligh-  lerred  and   a   strong;   chin   loses   its   force;  when    lightened'   "hair    curls    softly    on  either .side of  it.  Today's spray-on lighteners, combed  through and dried by the sun (or a hair-"  dryer if it's cloudy), allow a wonian to  reach her special effect gradually, in a  day nJr a weel., becavise fihey pap jjp used  as ir! It-jri a*> flP^d.e"^. M"'M! ifl"- dpsire�� "sfiade  of iigii'iiiQSs is iapJi|eved. ���  Sun streakipg's simple in '71      ... a  r^~vjjj\  l< * -%\y>,  :*vc^0��.A^>;  '���j  sat palienlly in the si,n'S Mleaclijrig ,ays.    /a ' j, ||le   dfl g   wh       ^*  Sun-sitting wos practised   with  vigor     .u,)|)a||    died f     jt ���  xn   the  sixteenth   Century   as  well   ...  ol'tep   with. Iiorrjlyiiig   results.-'  The hoilKus nf V^iiice. were i-nniniolily  topped \vith little constructions of wood,  lurrels without rojifs. W^nen -sal for  lioiirK ill- the lurrets, moistening theii  hair with safrnir and water as fuaf ��� nrt���ii'���'���  was dried by  llie sun.  '-".iini'i! women used nreriicaliul Niilphur  and wilier for tin; tptpw. effect, Ami soinc  added alum and honey lo lhe, salron,  sulphur and wnlrir. Cases of hliiid.iie.ss,  |)criri(HH'iil huh' loss,' sun sickness ninl  byun" iliurih from 'iidvrirKo'uhemical re.  acllnilH or sun ulroke were I'licordcd,  Tlio' hIIj'IiI. lighleiiiiig, hi'ig|ilo|)ini!  offecl, nf the lemrin wiih Ihon-illsiMivereil  J|h Ju.lcn wan mixoil wllli wiitor nl'ti'i  Hli'impi'Mlii1.* In Tiiniiivu hiiii|) I'ilni and  brlidilen h|(i|idi! ninl bruiiollr! locks, A  llglilniHid look, howovei;, Innk, inniilliti ul  rt(|Uialer|   tiriidlliifiils   to'arrhlr.-vr;, ���  lyiorliri'ii' I'liiinilslry^. saw sun nud leinuii  ns niiliiral Niin-'ilroiikliiK oleinijnlH lo coin  bin*) wilh li|(hl(iiici's.. Iiifililuiioi's wen  I'rilnltliU'il wllli, rich ciiiiillliiinni's lu Hm  solution to prnleol lunr Iruni llic iihiihI  <liyl|i|( cl'l'iicls nf hnurr- ninliu   llm tum.,   ,  The look nf Niiiislicakcil hair diwln.ii  Ihrniigli lhn niiiiliirlcK In , prubiibiy tin  IichI way lo sullen (lur I'acu aiul fealiirct.  ' Tlinmi lurrrMi.'il Vniimiiiii Intllim kinv  all iibnnl 'ilw flallni'.v mul conllnued Ihmi  au|r>h|(luc(j<| loitums ievmi when (lit  ���'���Ivi'liy' robu'luiil 'lliiiin fny Uiiiii* viniily   ���  I'erlllips   'llicy'd     nulcd     the   , grc���i  Ul'lllllllHlllinS,    pnlnli-'l'M     foCIIIKMl     III llllll loll  (in  llm  lacij  by  ||ghl(!iil|i|(  llm  hair ami  Cpol look for summor  ���  A   ('l)Ol   IOOK   fl'li'   IllOllilini   "Mill   loiif'  linlr I'ui' HUiniuoi' tu'liUiviiil. with (!i,u'ii"  lul 'ji|)|)|i('alJoii    of    ltii)H)ii-��(.Tiiluii  Hjiniy'iHi Imiif ll|{|ilt!iu!|,-|.'h<ili--wor|(s III  cniijiini'lioii wllli lliu hud', to tul.t-  iliii'lair  lnowiiiilloii  mill   IiIoikIhh   In  lll'llll'l'  KllinldH, '���',���'.  Si-iaimor Inflcirt.SMmm^r al^/, i"  |3uy both m oncjo, Six.'ipf hmti"i  in UbfliT's, ��� ^j^'aJ '���  now    a   p:^2SgSy^n  sunn nor. fo;;/f  pair pack, fei'ffi  ,a.'..aV  ^i  :l  ��� You 'II lil<o tho m  ���:..''.������. '     I'  ^  'llilii (i(lvoill!.'!iiiuiil I', not |)ii|il|!i||i)i| of A\i\m'A hy llio I Iquur Contiol'  Hoard or )>y Uia Uovomnioiil of Um Columbia.  WHEN IT COMES  * '        ' I  FLOORCOVER1MGS LTD.  . 16S? Snnihlno Coatt HlghWoy ,��t Wynaoorf Rood, Glp��or��*i  --���~'���-���     Phono MW1W,  ' " '   "  HXMPtfS  '���.TILES."." ^r .LINOLEUMS _ i '  ,   ,,! ....������  '.'    t   I'-ioims-,'  Cloiod Monday, Open 9 a.m, - ti f*��m, ������ Friday Nlflli^ TU 9 p.m.  IN  NATURAL COLOR  -���;/  AGE UMIT-12 YRS ANP UNDER  . ONE rWE, PHOTO PER EAMILY  ��� PARENT MUST ACCOMPANY C| l|LP  ��� NO PURCHASE NECESSARY  OFFER IN EFFECT JULY Willh  FULL PETAILS  AT YOUR  SUPERVALU  STORE  SUMIMYGRE6T l��l-A2A, QlflfJOWQ  *\  if.,i  ,.. ��.  ^a^ ,_^L "    .  ^r   '���*"    "   'wafcSw.l!" ^_  t  ���*** *  \lr   -Fi r.V��t.s;s^^A..;.-: .;.''^:.;'?''*'**'U^:.A'.-^  TTtlUTmrWtTrtT'nrtfW^^^  .      ��� ,, ', ,r .' - ' ' '.-, t,j7-   >. .c*M-       *    "���'" >  I*'.'     '   "*    -"������.('iN.*'1   ,f'��M   W*'T'   If*"  flJ'��i\n'^S'v^����*'l''^-''^>>����>M>'">l*'lMM\\t*'.^'<  '-���������>l>,'>,( ' *   '  I  IH''  a\    .**��  j"  si  i  P  .1)  "*���"��  -! i"  .*>   '       -.  Page, A-6  The Peninsula T|m$��        Wqa'neijclay. Jm^Y 14/ 1971  Capf* W. Vorfe Higgs > . .  SINCE 49529 at which lime he encountered  a perilous adventure at sea, Captain  - William Yuri* Higgs, of Gower Point Glb-  bonn, has worked toward the invention  of a device ^vhich woti-fd ript only mark  the exact 'location'-of a sunken vessel at  sea bid would also save lives,  Some years ago he finalized plans for  such a device and. after assertawing the  fact that of 52 "different countries known,  not'one had any such a valuable-aid .to  irrar'me safety, set out along the frustrate  -ing'path of patenting Ids invention.  At long last his efforts were rewarded;  "His TnyeTiTIonwas accepted, designed with  the aid uf engineering architects arid a  prototype manufactured. Already world-,  Wide interest has-been indicated by shipping and marine engineering companies.  In oi'der to go-,iila production' patent and  nianufactming rights have been acquired  by Star Xaifelirie Limited of, Vancouver.  ' First vessel to be fitted with the Lifeline Buoy is the'Tyg the Harold .l'i, Jones,  Flagship of the Seaspan Internatiorial  fleet, filled July 8th. Orders are already  rolling in and Capt. Higgs explained to  the Times last week that apart from its  value as a Jifesaver the Buoy will also  save.-many thousands of dollars by marking exact location of sunken -vessels; thus  facilitating early salvage. Function of the  ��� Hitjgs Lifeline Buoy is explained by Mr,  Alaii'a Cumyn,'fpi-jner chairman, Board of  Steamship Inspection, Ottawa. He says:  In the past the function of lifesaving  equipment was, in the maiii,. ,to provide  buoyancy in the form of life jackets, life  boats, buoyant apparatus, life rafts, etc.,  for persons escaping from foundering  crafl.  The available equipment fulfilled its  purpose to a great extent in the eircurii-���  stances obtaining at the time, but many  people lust0 their lives due lo exposure to  the elements, and in some cases actual  starvation, before they could be located  by siSarc-h and rescue craft. Tremendous  cost, loss of life and continuous risk of  :���������. lives ������searching* for- overdue craft has been "  lhe case in the past.  The development of modern communication systems and- the increased density  of Marine and Air traffic over coastal  Wcrjer^h^ nmdj^ new  concept iri�� liff savi-ng at, sea, it being  ha;;cd on I he principle, that survivors from "'  a wreck shall nave access to a fixed rallying point from -which distress signals  could .summon assistance from passing  vessels and air-craft al the earliest possible -moment. This is in contrast to' the  former concept which sought to provide  buoyancy only, hut which contained no  provision to prevent scattering of the  survivors by wind and tide, thus addng  greatly tu the problem of rescue and  leading, in niany cases, to loss of, hie  due lo exposure, drifting to sea or be-  cumiiijj cast upon an untenable' shore.  ' . Canadian Pa liml No. IH92BM was issued on August Kith, 1117,0, giving official  recognition to. an invention which will  provide the '/inissiiig-.tril" for mandatory  lifesiryiiig equipment on all vessels. Other  world wide patents aie pending.  The  lliggs   Au'lornalic .Anchoring 'device for Buoyant Life Saving "quipinen!'  , embodies   the   new   concept   in   lhat   Ihe  device is secured In tlie upper deck' of a  '  vessel   by  a   cable   which   is' carried On  lhi> bottom o| Un: buoy.  lu  the event' thai the  vessel founders  ,    Ihe  huyuy   Hunt's  off,   remaining   im   \\w  biirl'ar.e, but being attached to the suiikeir  veetrel  by   the  iiluriwiid cable  which  has  been niiluinalically  puirl out by the reel.'  The primary- function, ol  the ,buny  hi  '     lo lici'vi* as a rallying point ,1'or nurvlvuri,  limn the sunken vessel, be Ihey al'loal  In  .      llii! vyiilnr or,in lileb'oalti or rails', I'lovi-'  liio'ii In mude for mirvlvurit to ell'ng In u  .   Lil'ii I,Inn looped mound u mooring rail on  llm buoy, or lu altacli  Iherelo  llleboals  or nil|s, '   ,.  Ininiediiileiy iipuii ("irliirliiH'lhn waleT'  aradio .sol Hli' din lumy   I'oiniiunir.'CH  to  fiend nut  illHlrrnm'- nlftnnls nil  two  inter-  linlJl'Miiil    dtiilreiiii.   liJM|neiic|,.h;  hiiiiultn-  '    " iii'initily a priiil'llil'ii, fight t/ilcoiiiriii iiHlvulerl  anil ihlii light nerves to 'I'lilda mirylvnn,  iiiiiloiig   llaielr   way   to  (TiV* "lTim"y|   jT-Ihi>  Io  n'M'iiiMTirll  iniiKinii  llieir way  hi It   by  J.M'ii iind nil  ,J   '-,'  Thus Hiirvlvii'rH 'Iiulil a loiliidered v��is-  ruil lift, kept ���logl'l'lntr nt iiHtalloiiiiry point,  lhe |)0;ill|ini ol which lh l/inailcusl to lei,-  eun oritaiil/iilioiiH arid |iiismiii|{ V"ssii|m iiiii  alrciafl   huiiiedlidely    'an* lh<i   loiMiilerlng  lnld'H plfici!, in- earlier If desired, .*  Tjin  seenndiiry  puipnsn  of   litis   buoy  is In' inaliilalli  luentioii  of  llic   wreck -;,o  lhat owners, underwriters and govern- .  me.ht- officials, may take wliateve|- action  is deemed expedient to effect salvage.    *''  Tlie body of the buoy is molded fibre-,  glasi", the interior framing being stainless steej and alurninum. A styrofoam. fll-  led interior serves to keep it moisture  free and to retain "buoyancy iiv live event  of puncture dr deformation .by damage.  The Radio Beacon Battery and Beacon  Light are carried in waterproof containers  ���within the crown Qf t|fe IniayT-The light  and electronics a''e protected by ii Plexiglass Dome of'.great strength. TbJs Dome  carries an "eleven inch aerial arrd bs ulterior js filled with materml whicluserves  as .a i-ad'ar reflector.  in the larger model, designed for vessels, of seventy-five feet length and upwards, the buoy carries provision for automatic emission of wave oil "and marker-  dye and, in t<ropic��l' waters, for shark  .repellent as well.  . The.largei" buoy carries a rail some ten  inches above the water. This rail carries  looped life lines -to which survivor's in  the water may cling until help arrives.  In addition, a fifty foot mooring line is  spliced to this rail. The outer ehd of the  line carries a light which is automatically  activated wlien-fhe buoy becomes afloat.  The function of this line .is- to serve as  a. mooring line for life rafts and life boats.  This avoids direct contact and ensuing  damage between life saving vessels and  the buoy. It "also affords' mooring elasticity.  . The smaller model designed for craft  below seventy-five feet in length, dimensions 24"x24", is "less sophisticated than  the larger model in that the marker dye,  shark repel la nt and wave oil are omitted.  All other features are, however, embodied  on a lesser scale.  All buoys are designed to carry a  reel equipped with three thousand feel of  cable, and are therefore-capable of functioning to greater depths than those  characteristic of any continental shelf.  Where,"However, a vessel's operations aie  limited to comparatively shallow waters*,  the cable length may be reduced ac-'  cordingly with a consequent reduction  in cost.'  A-.rn.jnr cost���of-salvage has always"  been wreck location, and it is easily seen  that the caiiyiiVg of ibis buoy hy any  vess-ei will effectively remove Ihis segment of potential salvage cost in respect  of that vessel. It would be logical, to assume that, once underwriters are convinced of the efficacy of this buoy, a  commensurate reduction in insurance premiums may be successfully sought by  owners.  Tins buoy is Ihe culmination of thirty  years of intensive development work by  one of tlie most internationally lecogriTzed  mar ine experts in North America. Tire design details were attended to by a competent naval architect and m-arlne engineers. They have been carefully .thought '  out. with reliability and reasonable cost  in mind, and ihe completed buoy has  been subjected to exlriiiistlve testing and  proven completely satisfactory in service,  Lost bicycles found  held at RCMP Gibsons  .FOLLOWING   bicycles  have   been   found  in   the  (ilbsons  area   and  iu-c  at   the  ItCMI"' riff ice. It is re<|iiesled any Infoiuia-  ' Hon as to the owners lie 'forwarded ,lo lhe  ItCMI',  Uil.asniu-.  ";���  Ciirls ' :>,p;' j-lcycji>: red  limit fonder, nn rear fonder, While,  ini scat and-Heriiil Niuiilier.d^Jll,'  (lirlH   Uli"   bicycle   blue     wllli    black  *'.val  lieiid-  W'l 111 (.!  Slips,  Waltf-pafety Bays,  "uInvestigate qqnd'tlana  Spf-taRE entering the  water, and always ewirn  rvitii a buddy/'' J '  '     '���        ' "   ���/���  Blake C. Ald<**rson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pait OMica Building SecMf  Phpno 885-2333       - [  Rq��. 836-2321  Tiietdoy fo^Friday 10<30 a.m. to 5"30 P,m  "ta'Mfday 9:30 a.m. to 1)00 p.m-  EVENINGS BY APPplNTMtNf  VtT**  _ _ ��_f* ��y,.  **nAf  Future Lifesaver  Designed and patended by Capt. Wil-  liaiii York. Higgs of Gower Point,  Gibsons, the automatic life saving  and wreck locator-buoy is seen in  Vancouver. Naval architect Victor  (Jaclsby, one of the technical advisors  who worked on Ihe project with Capt.  Higgs is seen explaining its function.  The -Higgs Lifeline Buoy'*' will be  ���manufactui:j*d i,n sizes for various  types of crafl at prices ranging from  about $5(10" to approximately $1,800.  Model 2. for vessels '75' and upwards,  Model 3 for vessels up to 75' and is  24"x24", spherical, Model 4 for  yachts, small fishing and commercial  vessels. All models with.3,000' .anchoring ability, radio, radar reflector,  eic.  Bia-fjiM^  i  i  i  i   ���  :  ..  !  AM 4n Wo^  at  MOVIE gneLs are in for a .special week  comrnenciny Wednesday, .July 14 at'the  Twilight Theatre. Two fantastic movies  make up Ihe performance for- seven solid  nights of top . entei Uiinmerit.  "Anne of the Thousand Days" starring  llichard ikirtoii and Genevieve Ilu.old i*ve  Heiuy VI1 and Ann'e Uoleyn in this Academy Award winning rhasterpiece A fine  movie for Hie wliolo family to see and  en-joy.  "Al least J knew who I was when I  got up this morning, but 1 think I inusl  have changed several limes since then"  . . . Alex in Wonderland with Donald Su-  tb'eiland. Sutherland plays a young film  maker in a wonderland search for lhe ultimate 1'ellini movie. What 'he find,-, is  wieid wonderland that you can aha re.  II you're- over 1(1 don't miss this movie,  if you're under ill remember J-aewis Carroll ���    ��� ��� -  "McKoii/iii Hreak" is hiakiiif.^a special  return engagemenl due If) lha power failure that blacked ii out last tune around.  IniJuUinit In l\m I'oming atlraclloiiH n,  a double fealure by "Wall, Disney and  ".Mnldior Blue", -    "  mini iinrt yellow 'grips. Made by the  K Cycle Cu and Is a .1-npeod' wilh  light. There is a liiiia'c.'iiy of Viuic.niver  Hoy Hcoul litickei' Mu,,.i:i(iW uiul lhe ui-  illiilr, "M,l|," in lilack Ink on Ihu Ironl purl  ol' |lin frame, ] "���' '  I'uyi-   tt(l"   bicycle   red     wilh     while"1  friinliii'H,  lilack nrl|m, red and  while r.nal.  Madiiv by llaycrenl.  Hoyti *.1ll" bicycle reil wllli mil anil  while triial, no |iiiii|ih�� mit grlpi, Tlinrn |,-i  a I Igor and likelriloii^l'ckiir on the triune,  The Arl Gallery Shop  UNION BUILDING  CREDIT  .. . ' ��� . t  Sechelt  Summer Hours  TUESDAY to SATURDAY  tOjOO q,m,-4*00 p,ib,  l-****'*''*'**'"-*'*!'*'''*^^  I*mJ  BOATING BUYS!  SRA-ZltW CUAZA  0.***0**T0*0t��*0*00r*0i0)0t0f0-,0*,00+,t00f00L*.i  4 ��� W*S3-|LR'* W"K'_1._v��'  -,f" .^T!a^*j?��^*i*0^  ���    ' 'Ir,-   _ | \   , (        '  Bimiporn - PmltiloH  Fin ran *��� Shi Molts  Llto Jochott*  Ours *��� Sa/ittt  Ffro F/ftlnaiihiliorn  Piimim- Horns etc.  L**m��m0{m000000*0*w000fF*w*000*m0*.000n0\0*^t*09000mirr^^  r* 0* 0\, ����n�� 0*0% 0\ 00 0* 0* 0*00 e* 0* 0* rt f�� tr*0*000,00 0 f 0000 ������  Sfeorliig Coble  *  Clamps'  Spriiifl* -   l-Mlltlyi  Slmirliifj  WhooU  Aiicliori '  Clialm  -   '     S|fO|cH I��?*���  *   ftf7|���� ���  ���-"-'"  ^tpB,00,00. 0**^%0^0**00*-0"000*00,000*��m0000000.0*^000  SECHELT CHAIN  SAW CENTRE tTD.  Crwriu iiiruiil,*, r-hono RHl.,9626,  THIS IS ITt .  .  .  STARTS  THU^SPAY  1Sth  * Clearance on Summer Fashions *  o *%  eienS  IMIONK BB6.9MI fil|l!,OHS1 ,H,C,  , Jump Suits In Forlrol �� Special $19  (Irotn $26)  SALE on Drossos In many  maiqriah . , , .  Novor; Pros'* Cottons', pQllrol  Crept,', and forlml Knil  Soiling al $10,95 to $]Q  '      Swim Sulfa   1/3 Oil  Coats and Rainwalr* '  . '      $15-^6 $20    ,.   ;,  SIiqiIu anchflantJTopu  ��� '7^ tony Slhwi)  Spoc/o/ ,$3,95 to $6.95  , Pant Sijltk Spoc,$93 In $29  ��� .4from429lo^5)���J  jteA".;��.-;��*-i.3"j,'^.tf*tfc��"*n  :*<W,M-----'*.rf��Jf,#>|^  I  Safe motoring  OFF" on a vacation���after weeks of anliei-  pation and preparation���you are finally on your way. All too frequently someone in the ear will-blurt out, "If we drive  all night, we'll have an extra day at the  U-acli,"  - '������-..'  The B.C. Anti-mobile Association  warns motorists never to fall for this.kind  of stupidity. You'll have an extra day  alright, if you make it, but you'll probably spend it in bed attempting to catch  up op lost sleep or recovering fropr fali-  t|ue. ���'���-������*"  Long pej-iods of continuous driving are  e \ l r erne ly dangeroijs. Your ref lexes are  slowed down, your vision is impaired and  j tan simply are not safe behind the wheel.  Countless thousands .are critically in-  juied or killed each year by drivers who  attempt  to  overdrive human  limitations.  "Take it easy, That's what vacations  aie for���slop frequently-enjoy the scerit  ei.v Don't let irritability, headaches,  f.iiique and a possible accident spoil what  otherwise may be a perfect vacation. And  rt -member��� the .same rules apply ori the  tup   home.  GET IIM  ON THESE SPECIALS WHILE  QUANTITIES  LAST!  ���msss&ym  MMgSKBgMjKM  Mptta*^^  m  F-70x15 FIRESTONE  Regular $33,50 .'.._.   735k15  775x15 FIRESTONE PREMIUM 500's  Regular $34.95......  mmm^mm^mst  685x15 B, F. GOODRICH WHITEWALL  Regular $27.85  155 SRI 5 B.F. GOODRICH RADIALS  Regular $41.40 ;_ ..  xsisximw^sBfiissBssmM  ma^^ms^  New; Westniinstei was incorporated  .July 1(1,-,11160 and. Vancouvei in May  Iflllli.. Victoria was incorporated August  2   111(12 . '      "  ss__sass2ssss  msmmms  ^imm^m^s^s^SibmmsffxiM^  DUNLOP  GOLD  SEAL  G78xl4 B/W, W/W $1.00 extra  Regular $32.50 SALE  H78xl4 B/W, W/W $1,00 extra  Regular $33.95 SALE  G78xl5 B/W, W/W $1.00 extra  Regular $32.75 . SALE  wy.vwta^|B-MHMWaiWt^  *������*��g��w����^^  0  *  i  Come in and enquire about Specials not advertised.  .MONDAY TO  SATURDAY  8;30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  \>  SALES AND SERVICE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL 886-2700 USE YOUR CHARGEX  nftfefe  fill  1  ,.   It'9 so oasv with CGrto* tho nntUra) fruit, *  'PQCtjn,.an,d 'B'.uFrujt,   "        , '     '"  Coriq rpnkb��your'ifl.mf>, jollios arid    , '  ')ro3QrvQ3,taBto so much bottorrb��cnu��o 'you,  ��� .'joiljpcpiilyjpm ..miiiyA9j,tkaaQ.d.iPlLiavL-i  llio fruii'-? IroBh flavour doesn't got boilod  away. You con also' got a bigger yield and  oporfoctBot, >       ,' : ,  Got a noo'd start on tho soasdn. Cli|) tho  coupon anci buy your Co/io now,  ,,1,1)11.1 iaaa/'ll  '        ��  ���        i li*Miwih��l UM, Inn. I ruiiitUiriiirjiJ.  ^-1 iaa-a -���� m., ^-, p.n ^_, _^, _  *  I*     _��-*  , .,, - ...r.   *>;*,' v:*,'..,'.  0i0 f *  �� ^�� .  '. ��� "i ���  '    ******  t00  -  ���*>  , *    ' *     0    0  f ��� 'ft  I r��   *    9S   ���1�� ** ���*il*M      *     **\.    ��>    \      ��f)M     ��      V4II1K  ntft/*/     11**1*  n\it*t. * t*       i    i*   * �� ������      f   ��r**  V     ��     ������      ** ,-*     *   M 100   0- 001.0 **rw   ���*��    *������*  - 11       i/l       ulif V.     -v        ���"*���*' f  I  - ....  *H *.>      ���** *-  *-%*      .A, I  *   �����**������      .'        ��     r- f   * I ***'/ 0   i   iA    t  *-**,* *      *��� ���>_ ���*��� <|r *t   *>   r     * ^    *���     *r���     *    m. *���    ��    t  t.   *       *    , *        ������.    -    ��      t -._!.�� ,0-0 rTI jr  J*1 PP9?S 1-6  Where? Meetings are held with Sunshine TOPS at tire Health Clinic; South  Fletcher road, Gibsons on Thursdays at  1.80" pm. New members and visitors are  welcome.  Why? To .loose weight successful ly,  with doctors advice-ernd tq help and encouragement pins lots of enthusiasm from  your fellow TOPS members. To be inspired sq that yon can "Eat- sensibly" for  another seven days, when, 'you have to  face the official scales again. The weight  recorder Keeps a chart from the time of  joining for- as long as you are a member-.  Orrce a year -TOPS has a Provincial  Hufjugnition Day, and as many members  go as possible to honor the best loosers,  chapter queens and division winners. Also  the iucky ones .who have reached their  goal and kept it lor- three months. They  graduate as "K0PS" which means Keep-  ing Qff Pounds Sensibly. '"Imi is'the  hpiVor spciety of .TOPS. We are fqrtti'n-  ale at Sunshine TOP'S in having quite a  few KOPS. The^OPS still belong to the  TOPS ehib and BOiitinwe to inspire others,  who,are still working towards their goal-.  " tn  TOPS is for those who want |o0lopsp  weight for health reasons, Tor longer life',  for looking niper, to please.husbands and  tCi_mal.e-your children proud, biiying rnod(  clolhos_ etc. There, are so  many  reasons,'  but  most of all  for' renewed  confidence,  and jusl to be able to stand a Utile taller.  The Sunshuie TOPS celebrated its  third birthday on July 8th with a very  interesting salad lqnclieqn. At the recent  Provincial Recognition Day held at lr"e  Vancouver bolel U.e Sudsbifie TOPS was  yer/y . prqyd. of its .Be"t. Loser' and its  Chapter Queen who were honored there.  Also the "Lets Stop Poundage TOPS'*  which is a teen Tops Club wlio had tlreir  Best Loser and two division.winners who  brought home, trophies. One'division winner is our proudest member as she, at  eleven years old is the first BC, Pre-teen  KOPS, and the second  in Canada.  We don't guarantee weight loss al-'  TQPS but as our founder says, "Come���  lets work together.-v Let's see* what we*  can accomplish." Foi" fnor-e information  please call 8811-2312. We are just a phone  call away.  The entire cast of thp Native C'lild-  ren's Centennial Musical T��ttop gathers on the arena floor foi' the last  finale of their 1971 tour. The group  had played 11 British Columhi.c"}.  Centres befofe coming to Pow&U  River for  their  final  performance.  Gr^nd Flnele  Sponsored by the Centennial Committee and the First Citizen's Fund, the  troupe numbered 325 plus' supervisors, stage hands and bus drivers.  Seqhelt Residential Band is seen at  the right.  W  'Hard Times'' Dance  islone success  a  ... AREJIfOU- BUYSNGl 0t  BUILDING  e  youi* cridit union has funds  FIRST MOftfGAGES  GIVE US A   CALL OR DROP IN .  ,  i       , , -  SUNSHINE  COAST  CREDIT UNION  SfECHELT  Phone 885-9551  POHT MELLON  CREDIT UNION  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2833  'fffifflSff  AN ENJOYABLE lime was had by all  who attended the "Hurd Times" dance  on Saturday .July 3rd, ul the Gibsons Elphinstone School, Gym. The whole place  was kepi jumping thnmghoul Ihe evening with the music hy the "Pen Kings".  The comical Hard Times costumes, plus  the casual dress of Ihe rest of lhe dancers  set -the Tw^Hd-4<)-JuUi_oLiuii..    _.   White   miniature   Poodle   wearing'  block    and    white    stocking    near  Buccaneer Marina area,  r   ~\%e^T7CoyeJJJJJ ~JAJ  CALL COLLECT BURNABY  522-7804  I  VILLAGE OF  GIBSONS  The next regular meeting of the Council will be  held on Monday, July 19, 1971, at 7 p.m. being advanced  one day from fhe regular Tuesday schedule.  DAVID JOHNSTON,  July   9,   1971. Municipal Clerk  ISach table was adorned with one pink  ''Jse, and set with plateii of;piekles, cheese,  crackers and garlic sausuge. The hall was  decorated with authentic uniform's, cartoons, balloons and streamers. Jtudy  Kuiucz designed a hockey dummy that  looked, mure lively as the evening pro-  gresBbd. -Some ladies walked away disappointed when thc dummy failed to respond, *|o the  ladies choice dances.  Mr. Chris Blazicevic -flrbw Ihe twelve  large cartoons depicting ij)jj programs of  the Gibsons Athletic Association. These  cartoons are indescribable. They will be  on display in Gibsons shortly for, all to  "IW; T"d*e a minutf* tp see t|iem for  t|jey uyo bparjliiui. thanks to .JncJ.' Beii-  tiietLffpr doiialiirg (he mair-rials and finding il|iis ar-lisl wilh uuci) a dulighlful  seii.se of luimor.  Mrs. Carol Kuril.,,., anleitajnrnunt.  ehairniari, and all liei- willing helpers, too  numerous for individual mention, dasej-.vc  a  laige huuf'uet  for a swinging eve-iiing,  ypLY  Dqes Yom Qlub or Group report its  Activities ftogularly to The Times?  The basking shark is so nanied bo-  cause il spends much nf its time floating  or cruising slowly at Hie water's surface.  This Is the world's sounnri" ilargest fish  and can reach a length of up \��� .|<" feet.  yevyitiiess report  ... as it happens  .^f.itif*!^  With moiln'ii equipment anil new"  indliuilh iliinjif, iiiuvc fuM in niii (Lhuiiico  ii)ililMi|i.-M||i'.i,c ilnyH,,. uiul mi llrcy   ,  sluiiild, Maki: itilnln ynu |mvc n       ��  i'0|iii||ii|ili!/llii)ll->hy-,|ui)i l|uil will keep  lairc, Willi in,,lii|i: niiliii|i:|i:|i||.)in:N  liiiiiliil(c|i)i:ill eiui|iiivu||p,|.  Ilinril n-|MiilMil dcvi.|<,|miciii.<��  li-.l|||i:y'||li|i|H:illil|iri|ui:JMu|lti  ciili In: mink: oi) lliu (.pot,  tifi vlro |n iivii||iiI)|i: nl    i  Mmlc|(|i,' |ioliilN||ii(iii|(|ioii|  lliu piov|i|i:u, Ciillilin  liiiillu.'li|i||i|i.-|iii|||in:iil fur-  lull |l)ll)|'|l)lll|i)ll,  BM.TEL  *,".,- y^{\  V *<��       a    li  VaW'��i  \ *��� r ii't r  hi H\w\r��\Vi.  r mtnymommmmmm  That island touch  ON ,A, busy spring day whep  you are limiting fur- a lusty,  short*i!iii, dinner, wo sngiiesl  broiled sea||o|is wilh a (ouch  of Hie I'lilyno.siiiii' Islands.  Tb" dish |s nol only* prelly  bill Is extra lasly. Only Iran  iiigrodienls'iiri) iihoi", and wn  know laiw iiomilnr t.lial. Is for  busy lioineiiuiKers, I ,  Tlm Islnnil Iniieli in plneiip"  |rle idli'iiii. Ken Hops until led un  lop. Midled butter nr margarine and jiuy niiueri are briislied  geiiniiiuidy uvnr tin'.' fruit, and  MJiilniid   Imliiii!   Iiroillng, .'  Hi'ing inil Iho I'rnzoi) corn  MicIih and warni while the  MI.-|l!l'l|(|.|H liioillng, Kui'vn with,  a loiisinl gniiin iiiiIikI ami Unity  ipe, II rliiHliird, hir llr-e |h  ii'N'Ini  linmi willi  IJiin  lnliii|i|<-  like dii-li.  ,      , ,.,.s  I'Yui-li |'i'ii||h ol' llio mini,i,ji  with limiiMi would iiinlui a  iluliirlnlilM niulhilt Willi |i iuyii-  lllri   Ihiviiiiihu'  llniilinl   rir;n||(ipn   luioi-Hlylo  II   r'lilllioil   |ili|i:ap|i|i!   idli'i.'fi,  lIl'llllMlll (  ��� I 'lll��niiiiiiiir|Hiiil��(i|(a.��|'i'if/iiii>����-*.  I'l'iillnim,' llniwrid  "hi eup iiiulliiil > liiillur     v '  II liibltiH|iiiiinii   nil pui pimyr  liiiy 'naifi!ii ��� ' ���' '  Allilllltl! '|ll|ll!ll|l|l|l!'N|ll'r!'l   f|||  'I'l'iiller pun, Tup with iViil  mi'-' i'hiiiIiIim; butler nnd nil  pinpiiiii: miy iniui'ii; In in.I| uvii'i  Itl'llllppfi,   Hmli |j|.\   Ipi'bl'H   In,in  liimi'i'ii nl Inml III In \'J, mill  iiten, Midu'ii fi mi i ��� "niirvliiiiK,  TIiiiiiium 1,,1'nrlylii! A wli-i  iiiiui lum well ri*ni|i|ili;i| u,<  lliiil'III nil.V i!i)lllinv,|!|i%y IIP! Hi  /'(iilll we [fid H||j<nr We hnvr  H'lHll, lillirillivi! Iii!f{l||) lilllvlli/l  uliiiidy    i'iin��ii'i|    nil ivliig    loi  ���Jipy opr'telvf*!*--"- "-'---' - ~���  a  Limited Qualities $$4 Sizes. ;  Come In Early tor First Selection.  ALL SALE MERCHANDISE WITH RED TAG I  PAM1 SUITS AWB  -ANTSETS-  Reg. $29.95 Sale $18.Q8  Reg.'!ji'24.95 Sale $16.98  Reg, .1.23.95 Sale $16,88  Reg. $22,95 Sole $15,88  Reg. $21.95 Sale $15.88 '  Reg. $19,95 Sale $13,66  Reg. $|R,95 Sale $1,2.66'  Reg, $17.95 Sale $,12.66  Reg $|6.95 Sale $11.66  Reg. $15,95 Sale $11.66  Reg. $-1.4.95 Sola $10:66  Reg, $13.95 Sale $10.66  |<oq, $|2.9b Sale $ 9.66  HOTPANTS  ,    Sale $ 4.88  r Sale $ AM  Solo $ 3.00  Solo $ 2,00  Ladies' SKIRTS  3.99     Sale 3��53  Reg.  2.99-  Saio  Korjnltii  Roynlrn  Ruyiijr'u  Ru-juKir  $6,9,1}  $5,9H  $4.9.B  $3:9H  **********  Ladies'  GOWNS  Wallz. *  Reg. **  I 99     Sale j  RABY DOLLS  S-M-L, Collon.  1.99     Sfilo JlJlfl  LiitlioA SANDALS  /"ori.  Wi; Sale , 3 jl  Ladies' SANDALS  Tuny.  1,19    Sale  88  Ladies'      ^  SWEATERS  Summer Numbers grid  Odd Lines.  PISCOUNTED  20%  NW  Ladies'  Swimwear  Save 20%  ALL MARKED WITH  REP TAG  iii;:!  lN  ALL OTHERL  DEPARTMENTis;  PISCOUNTED  PN AIL,  81/MMPRKNES,  CHECK THE  RED TAGS  Ladies' SANDALS,  2,99 '  Sale JjQ^jP  ''^^"-f^���J  /\<,iylli: Wovidi,'   ''  I Vfl     Sain IdiO  Ladies' BLOUSES  l-./S.J-1-IHs.  Rug,- s '  6.90     Sale  NO LAY-AWAYS  \i a  i**"*  \*f****l0*  Liidiati'  xERRY.anan.r,$:.  Rug,  2.VH     ffale  M'-'Qi  3.9H  5nlo  j^MMH|    ^-B_��M^g^^^    JI_HII|-i|-^fl__l     ^U^W|     __H_*-_-__nil^__>____l     _taM^--_-^------fc      ________MM-tf-----_      ^-^^^^^-^^^  Wear  IIEnUCEP  20%  i  ��*i*0m  JtwftVWgl  ��� ���*���>��� .J     iW  ;^^*W!S!1  ��*4 f&3  tRAM, RAY CPIMTRM, SECHELT  I'hooo imii-rA'Al.  itmmm*'^mnmmmwmmnmimimm*\w^*rfvmm  I      l ('  fb(n)ffdl  Enjoy <i tunnrutttihord at the tlmint dining room on the Coast,  Tho C firm Murthw* of torn grant. fui..t. hmmllY Servian and  a Iwuntiln\ viow, Come out-itut, woeltand.  ilBI-  .111.  FOR HESKHVATIONiS  "��HOI\IE- ,��m-MVb  ?  ������":  ClACt  o  arunez "  ON  THE  WATERFRONT AT DAVIS BAY  ���myau0iim��mwi,mm mm  mm'in um  .,, ^W00*0000m0m0000mm*0m**000l000m  r��w����i��l����<nw,miOii |i��|'n��'H>|i mmniiinmniwiil   ��Wii��a<i��iiii����u"ia um in, li iinilii IHI i��  wmm0m0��f0M00m*tmm0  I ��  1  J:  c  ir  j  ���f  il  -t  *.n.0*i0/M *0P^0*i*+ml0a*t0L0l  ��B|^-rM��w-W^^*��A,i#i^*^^*'-*^*J*1^---^   ***#4fc4lfc*ift��*-#��*K*��M*****i��tl *  ****^'**i** A**, ui-* 4���^4.*Ad��   "  **���    "���   "ft   At fffft. 000 *mj��^00*^ll**. & 0*. (ft 0  t ** \    **  l��*-.i-��y1l.t.rp ^  *.. +^0*, y, ltB,  +��,*.i+.  f  *���!*    4    i>    f ��� *.  .  J*       1* �����     Mfa-j*    #-   q^***, .*_   0  * - -     i       a-l.    '  0 t -." r*. .0    V 0 �����,  .. A *   *"rri      **������������-���* *.     -   , 1' "J    ��   */* (*r\ -.---__-.-- -____���_ __^ TT-_-__,-_ ._.,.._ T _._,_,_._._,_. _^ __T ___________________ __^ _, _. _, _, .__, Tr-^-arTr--*-af-v-ar-va-*-��ra��^r^.<<>.^trv7^-M^ t,a-.... ,.        ���     *.���"'*-*'   il   I * ^-_      '  p��T5rB*~$a^i:  "I  t  1.  ; i  >  i  i  *  i  1 .  t  i  .s  I  _-j��   ^ T��,m^  r  I-1*'*    '        .^^k^^l^S,^"  Pqge B-2  The Peninsula1 Times  Wednesday, July 14, 1971  i*#*^ss''i.^^  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  '.�����:->*  14 j/V:/  S'?'r'ft' '   y   .'A f\:  ���& iru' ;\        V  ,V    /l'    v* K   _*  , \ t    , -s  HM'   I     ' ."       , *" \ t       \       ft       ' \  "!.''�����'" /    W - '      *.   A      \*V *      .   \  'Oi-fa.* ��� * \    I-  'W* "-V* .*       '  *' 'J" J   ./  ��        ' '     # ��"-' "'    ->    V    V     0 ' ''",11  ..''..-" , WeigMn  Even the ling cod were eligible .-for-   on wonders if this could be a hidden  some nice prizes at Pender's Annual "weight. .Biggest ling cod weighing 47  Fishing Derby.  Eleven pounds, de-    pounds was caught by Ross-Greco.  Clares Mrs, Philp ahd Nancy Gainer-  Tpp award $100 . . . .  orth Vancouver man heads  Pender Fish Derby winners  PENDER Harbour Hospital Auxiliary's  ��� Fishing Derby attracted more than  150 entries' with people of all ages participating in the annual event held July  3rd and 4th. '  The largest salmon wns 33V|�� pound;*,  makingMaurice Popper of Nurth Vancouver, winner of the $100 prize. He aisu  won in other categories wilh a total-of  08 pounds of salmOn. One of the prizes  was- a big landing net which he donated  to the children's -under 12 bracket, and  Nanc'y Camel-on  is,now its proud owner.  Stu Douglas arrived at the weigh-in  station at Irvine's Landing wharf.with a  27 V_> pound salmon which he kind*jy  donated to .St. Mary's Hospital: It was  "kept overnight in an. Auxiliary member's  ���"���eferigerator- and delivered jtu the hospital by- her son on Stmday afternoon.  Hidden weight prizes of flotation  jackets were won by Alice, Alan and Tom  Held.  A huge tote hag. in the children's  awards went to Tom Sworm.-he reeled  in a 2J2 pound 10.'oz. cod. I'ohbie Johnson  of Gulden I^ay won 2 prizes, and it was  his birthday.  One young fisherman proudly brought  a dogfish to���bevyeighed, along...with other  boys and girls who had ling and rock cod,  red snappers and sole  There were 12 lucky draw prizes, t,es  Simmers won another bottle of wine!  The $100 was given by the Auxiliary  birrarlt't'fve-'-othei- 35 prizes were generously  donated.  A hearty thank you to all the Resorts,  Marinas, Stores, Members and Friends  who took time to sell tickets, and lo  everyone who donated prizes, Peninsula  Times photographer and our weatherman  who mad,e our Fishing Derby such a success.  Plans   are   in   the   making   for--next-.  year.  HEIGH HO! Come to the Fair, at Cooper's  Green, Recjiuolfs on Saturday, July  17,-Take Mie Redrooffs l.oad either ij-apl  llnlhiiuon Buy or from the highway three  miles we.-at 01 Wall*"field Inn and yon oan-  not ml-"-" It,  The- Fair will be opened at 2 p,mv  sharp and -there will be home bakiiig apd  Bingo, hot dogs and coft'ep, T5��wihjj, ppyeiW <  t ies,. gfli'rifen   produce  and  a   white   ejer  phant slivii.      ��� -...'..  Fpr tlie children there will be rapes  and sports and the exciting prospect' of  panning gold. Hp till 3.30 p.m. or until  tickets are sold out, will be 'the last  chance to buy a ticket on the cedar hope  chest and silver cuff links raffle.  Winners will he drawn at approximately 4 p.m. In the event of cancellation  of the Fair because of weather,"home  baking and other perishables will be on  sale*at the Welcome Heach Hall.  ��       ��     , ���  ON VACATION  In -spite of the "unseasonable weather,  many faithful summer visitors are back  for their summer- vacations. At the Mc-  Phalen cottage are Mr. and Mrs. Roy.  Fursluvw and Lissa of -Vancouver;  While ���there hasn't been as much  swimming and water-skiing as usual, the  fishermen have been happy, many coming in with their limit. '���  Lucky are the children who have  grandpiarenls on our lovely .Sunshine  Coast. As usual"at this time of year, most  grandmothers have full houses arid are  kepi busy baking cakes and cookies and.  cooking all kinds offish brought home by  the youngsters.  -Mrs, Jeerry Williams has her three  granddaughters from Kamloops, accompanied by then- mother, Linda Wilkins,  and Kim Raherge is the guest of her  grandmother,   Mis.   Francis  Stone.  Mrs. Mary I Walker's guests have lieen  three of her grand-children, Norma Smart  of New Westminster, Kelly Simpson of  Port McNeil and Gerry Stephenson of  Soui4s,' Man*.  A grandmother who cam. for a holiday at the Redrooffs Resort and- is having a far busier time than she expected,  is Mrs. David Smith of Vancouver. Her  daughter, Lorraine, on the very evening  of her arrival with husband Garry Spicer  and her baby son, sprained her ankile  and had to,have complete rest for two  weeks. So Mrs. Smith found herself kept  occupied with babysitting and cooking  for the two. families. The baby, David  William, is a great-grandson, of the late  William and Alice GnuidyT'"  While most of the children were thriving and growing chubby on grandmothers' cooking, one unfortunate child  was unable to eat for a week and lost five  pounds' due to a virus infection: He was  Jimmy 131 lis of Kegina who, accompanied  by his parents,  Mr. and Mrs.  Alexander  ,    ���by Mary TlnMey  l"|lis and sister Susan were guests, of his  great-unole, Mr. Alex "Oil's.  * a> ���  Quests of Mr. and Mrs., Norman Clark  at Welcome Heach are theV sfrn and  ila\igl\ter-in-luw, Qleu and ..Kitty Clark  of Cajgiiry. '-     ���       .    -  flo|c|ie Raisley, accompanied ��by Harry  Wade of Spirit River, have enjoyed some  good* fisjving up In the Bakers' Pass area.  and visjted Goldje's sister, Mis. Q. TYTcCau!  "on their.Way home last week. They are  heading for ^Spirit River but wit! stop for  some fishing along the way.  Mrs. T0d Surtees is home after a visit  to Vancouver Island to visit'her relatives  at Cumberland and ParksvUle'  New owners  of  the  Morr.ice  Hah;ley ���  home are Mack and Sallv Carter of Van-'  coiiver, with daughter Doria and 10 year  old twins Hugh and John. Doria will not  be a Carter for' pinch longer as her ,marv ��  riago   to   Jim   Moody   of   Vancouver   is  planned for August  0U0UI0000000000000i0000*t00m0V00UM0000^00mVim*U0  " CASSETTE  .   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Painted to complement or acceht* yoiir decor,  they, can add versatility to foyers- and dlcqves, designate a quiet corner  for reading, sewing, or other hobbies, or-provide colorful relief from plain  walls and sn,uared-off corners.  Once you're enticed by this new decorating idea, remember these  tips from the Canadian Paint Manufacturers Association. Prepare lhe  surface properly. If you are re-painting, remove dirt, grease QfitT oTlplhen  sand lightly to.dull the gloss and im'prove adhesion between the old and  new paint ������_'������_  Even factory-sanded, unfinished screens should be sanded lightly  before ,the enqmel undercoat is applied. Be sure that thera are no stray  fingermarks or dirt on Ihe surlace -of Ihe wood befpr'e"'-ynns-Jtrp|!Hv--l-|-fc  undercoat If o second ".pplicpimn of undercoat is necessary, sand lightly  between coats.  Before you begin to paint, take a few minutes to assemble your  equipment, and read the manufactuiur's directions on the label. Discuss-any  questions wilh your local paint dealer. He'll probably recommend high or  semi-gloss enamel as the most effective finish. - .  The mosl important slep to a bright new enamel finish is proper  application Load the brush, generously.' Flow the enamel onto the surface,  in long, smooth strokes wilh the grain of lhe wood. Cross-stroke. Then,  with the neariy dry brush,.-go o^fer the. surface withl (hagrain, opce. again  using long, smooth strokes This wilt assure, even coverage and eliminate  ony excess which mighl cause runs - .  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NEW  York  City   is  planning    to" build  wliul it nays wil lhe lhe'nation's first  large-scale solid-waste disposal pU'nt thai  will hid pollute; the jUr.  .<     -    '  It will use a radicialiy new method  tha.t destroys * garbage and in'lustr/inl  wastes hy baking, rather than hurniiig,  lhe wastes- ip an oxygen-fret- kiln. This  eliminates the bJai'k clouds of anot ^iid"  noxious gases that- curl I'roni the smoko-  .stacks of niunioipal incinerators.'  ', The city is negotiating lor llio new  plant with Eiiviro-Chem Systems lur,  .a .subsidiary nl* Monsanto Chemical Company.       " j   , .  The Now York.'plant will have a capacity of 1,000 tons a' day. , It will most  probably be built on "SVaten Island, a  spokesman for the city's Environmental  P'rnteolion   Administration   said.  New York City generates 22,000 tons  of re'use a day, of which li,000 lo 0,000  tons is "burned in city incinerators. The  seven incinerators in operation sptrw an  estimated |l,700 tons ol'.poHtt4fy*tti iut'o the  air each year, and the .state recently ordered tlieir Upgrading to comply wilji  state air-quality  standards.  An iS-nviro-Chein spukushum said that  wilh the baking method all soj'id. wastes  fiat go through shredders capable of rip-"  ping   up   tires,*  sofas,   and -refrigerators.  The! 'baiting converts  most of  life  re-  S"* J***,"* IT TV **,?,! "s'. * i**���w wymiy'irsr'irr-.  ]<tJyt��^P  l^ll.l''ii|-1i(lirlUii��n'j'niW|jiyiliiyl|  m i ��y lM.��nr,w> H^,tH,ri*t>^^ ^li�� ^ririi.iry i^ tjLa,  <��� .- '  ��� ! *  "Need some money?  fuse tq gases, wjth only about W per cent  -juf the original luilk'Seft as an inert, inorganic .char residue, he said.  are easy to g#s  99  says-_.  Barry  Anderson  ���Jiit-l ������ ��� **"*>/<*ll*'lf*piM**H*lJli*ll  {  "i  ^*  Wi  \ 1"-  '.  /  ���J*   W ffi.^rtftfcfcSiirfw'ii^M.'Jlirc  "When you need some extra "3fi**|h fi)i* something worthwhile, like a new car, a colour TV,  a major household appliance, pt* a vacation,  there are 'several ways you cap finance the  deal. But a Royal Bank ternvplftnpei'Bpnal  loan can actually save you money . . . because  il costs less than ordinary buying -on time'.  A termplan loan is easy tp ge|,, easy jo pay  back, and it costs an little; Ypti |?iay us back  ip easy monthly iiistQl-fl^  oi^l ip fit yppr budget. And tliP Joan is life-r  . insured jn the bargain. '  "-' iloyal Bank termplan Ipftns giye you cash  in advance so yoi'i cap shpp;fp|M.he besl deals  in town. Come in and see ps. We like lo look  alter ypu."  Community Corner  Ilu .Knyul-Umik is plunstril in Mipply lliis, smice uiilluil  "( iiniiiiiinily Coiiiui" for nsu hy sprvicc cliilrs, clinrcli  Hioiip.s mul civii;-iiiiiul(.(l oiiriiiuViilioiis jn oiir iif-c'lt. for iho  piirpiisi. of iiilvi.Tii.s|iin your N|iuci|il evciils rrr ii|cc|inus, If.  ynu linvc iin iiiiiiiii|iic(.iiici'i*i wliiuli yon Wwil'i lik*" lo iippunr  in lliis spucu-,'pluiihi: uonl.iii;| ,Hurry Antiunion ul HHn-'li.ll.  Roberts Creek'  ment Parksfte beach is a ve*rUaj**le  marine wonderland especially for  children like seven year old Lynn  Mul-JiiTte and" Iter '5 year wld-brother  Women's Lib bent-fil both older and young  Would   h-y.ie__.it  This space  |i  lop  oi>Qn  for  tlio vailorti,  commillcot  anil  nrfjaniailiam   of  Iho   Smulilno   Coop  who   woiild   Ilka   to  inliirin lliu |Mihllc of any plqns tlroy aru Inrmlng far tiancfits  >���������", or Qiifnrlfllilriiput,  ROYAL BANK  -the helpful bank  Wllll|l*ll,  by FRIPDA KAYE  NEW YORK (MW) ��� Mapy women ****  hemmed in hy tfie "harriers" of hoine  and furnily life ��� ofUm substitute fantasies of* continuing ynuthfulness for the  -nullity of inevitable aging. And as thoy  ijel older, Hie gap between their- fantasy  idea1, of who they are and the reality of  who Ihey actually are grows larger. "Vjuny  try desperately lo hang onto their.'fantasies, bill a few are electing-to confront  reality. At least, that's how Gei'maine  Greer, feminist and author of the new  best-seller "The Female Ji'iiniioh," sees  ��� lliu choices for women over 40'.  Miss Gi'yef, who is herself 32*,views  with , amazement the measures some  women lake to retain the appearance of  youth. 'They have these extraordinary  opeii-tions," she declares, "which make  them, look like strange, ageless mummies with big red lips'drawn,'.(into an  extremely plastic face, and hair all built ,  up with hair pieces." It must be terrible,  shV'says, "to have to get up in the morning and put all that together before yoii  can face the world." Equally "devastating," she finds, are those wr-men "who  have capitalized all their Jives on their  value as sex objects," and want to continue flirting' even .though such behavior  is  no longer appropriate.  OBLIGATORY   TOURS  Also of concern to the noted femjiiisl.  is the einptiness. in -������the . livus pf large  ,HMip(��c|-s pfJwpvpmi she 4ija^'Seeit-y.iaj-yi^ii,*  ��� gjiiH, through' Europe pn n-eir opligap-ry  cplliiral lours," Many such women, JVpss  Greer explains, are widows "llirpwn on  nothingness" J.y the deaths of Uieir lius--  bands. They lake the guided lours  through Venice, she says, .but "areii'l  ililerelod in Venice and really. aren't ill-  terctcd in each other. As a matter of  I'ltcl, Pfby long ago losl the cujiueily lo  lie genuinely  inlereslerl in anylhing,"  ��� flui'li'iiiino Greer observes Hint  woinen'.s lip is niirking woinon aware ol  these piobleiiiH mid helping "women wlm  iiHC'il lo compote to now oo-openilo wilh  nno anollii,'!-.  logcllici," sin  , |i|iu oncli i��lInn-,,They're also inueli l're|:i'  null imii'i!'iiilveiiliiroiiH." Many,' Hhe iinles,  lire now tinveliiig iirouind Europe on  I heir own, Thiw'ri.'i discovering,, "Ihey can  gel It lo|(t!llii!i- In do il Ihuir own way."  An a resitll, site roporls, ",yon may I'lml  ii. ���iri-yi.iiir-iilil ��� woman or a liU-yonr-nlil  wniiiiiii hitchhiking or driviiii* a laiiiul  Ihivnr lliroiigh , Moriiei'ii,. ny iioi))el)||i'g  .like liml And Hini'i- n wlinln (lil'l'i.-ronl  ing expei-lniice in a way I liny niivui'  thing liecinifni IIhshii wiiit|i:n lirecrinlTiiiil-  ilieailil   of  doing   bel'oin,"  NEW  LIJIEHATION  The iiiiil-'yiini'H, JvlIfui (li'cor,, poinhi mil,  m;i! .uiiiii n Uiiiii of viiiIiiiin illlTlnilllcci-i I'm  women,    "The    iiiriiiii|iniiH��,"    she   'Hiiyii,  "ol'lmi   liilngH   iirnlihiiiiK' i!iii|i*ed   by   lhe  ci.'Miiilliin of ciiilnin lioi'iiiniiiil ncllvillc)."  Hill,   nlui    llll||)lmsi/V'll,   till)'l(!   Pl'l)|l|(t||)ll   llll!  iil'lcii illminlslii'fl by lhn iiieilliinl repliii.'i'-  mi'iil rif ilii/iin liriririiiiiiifi, '',OoiiHr!i|innill,y,  lhe   nji'iiiipniii'o   can   In;    lilici'iilliig   I'm  author  declares,   "and   I  t-orild be for'everyone."  Miss Greer, who's an instructor in  . English litevatui-e. at Warwick University  in England, has'heen. traveling throughout the United States, to' promote both  her hook apd the women's liberation  movement, tier publisher is McGraw-  Hill.  rrc-z  ^rrfri  ty'V  ��� v  if %  " T  *J6  \A  ���**>  f            "  l'i}  ���'���*>  '4  J,  i  i "* r5>  " i   '  0*              *���  i  i  fi  -ft  n  t*.  ,S  .    -ti  L  ;*>  **���*  " \  ���  ���'if  ;"|i  1    s   -  e��  >  3< '  * i.  -  ;���  at  ��'-  ���  V-"  ���. **���  'My Men ShgB  qt Uncle Mj^kV ���  Trail Ray Centre, Sechelt  'My Men Shop  at Uncle Mick's"  ompe  Phone 985-9838  A  **;���  ���i. *V ,i & $i  "They're  beginning   lo  gnl  : says, "and   find  Hint   they  X  >r ''s-tf'J--.'! "Ji  lipwht.fy, tui'h,  '0% \J\ yttJ.n v..  Awn  J\>, <" ,  '���Ji ir,i'  > 1 . i(1(!i '^'  i,    l !  t J fi 1  1     "a-t  iMilif  ii  T I  lr>    "  rifV  1\  II ,  ll (  I I  ���'* "I  *1*t i  ��0��  djrfl*��Si  \r  *-���  n  inr  iinu  . Tlili o(lwrHwmont li not pwVUfM or dlipl��y��*l (^IfefM^r Cwitial 8oifi w by Uif�� tewnint M MU&I* Col��ml>la  Aiiiiinnini  Potpourri of  evidence on pot mo  ' WAHIIINGTUN Tll'l (llfl'litill  ly    i||    liMli'lllllg' II0||(|||IH|(|||H  11I1011I   iimiijiiiiiiii    nun in llic  "���llnii��i|"HJMbiH-|H-��i|oHrly~-lnf1ll"1���  I'liliid     In   i!iinllliil||i/(.   i|Kpi:il  liii.lliniin.y |imi|il Imre in rcccnl ���  1111.vu  *;".f'l||l)l!    WlllKHlH-'UI   |)0ft")|'|!    Uli)  Niiilonnl ('iiinmli'i'Irin on lyinj'i-  'iinilii  ami  Drug   I Ihu,  wli'lili  IIHllu'fl HU llllillll ICpilll   |l| Cull  grliNi  mill   lhn   I'liihlilenl   nuhl  Mih ill,   until1     iiiiuljuiiim   km-  hliniilil    In;   |i!|(iilWi!d;   .lillii'ii'"  imiii 11 hIiuiiM pul lie, '  ���'*iiiiii' inilinilnil  lliny  illiln'l  nl*   (In   iimi   |m   liniiiiliil   lu  IIIOI.I    |)|-||plll|   llllll'l'll   lllllll   ||   \t\,  mill   inlil    lii|iini'  N(ii||ifii    ul  wliaip i!ii|iln n'lili'i' tin; iiiriii  un1 ul nmi Ijuiiiin -Iinvi- limn'  Thu    imllminl    iiiimi))||ii||iiii,  ���'hulled  |��,y  Iniiiinr Gov,   liny  1,11,nil I', wimitii> of. I'ennriylvri''  liln,  iiiiimI   ilnrldii   ip   Um yWu\  ���10   irmiilliHi <iri   Ilu;  d||iie|}��|(iii  nmi -.nviTii'y nflliii pmiljniiiin  pi lib In in mul lei.'oniini.'iiil  whirl    Hid   ''iiii|*ii'/im   iim)   |||ii  nrimtnt.sirfifion Mtioniit do alimii  ii -,.-.  'J'Iiij llihl llmiy nf hpt��i"  limliiuiiliy 'In nvim', II Innli-il  blitr,' llnyii,           Thu i.'i/iillli'lii |ni|n| yp, ||,.w  illilil   11    liiuli    Iiiu   riiiiuiiliuijiiii  lui'mi,  In case, you didn't: khoviv, or had forflot|Gn,il3ritish  Columbia has: 7.6 itiiilion acres of Provincial Parks.  A beautiful area called''Cariboo Country- A  ���1)B2,969(000Yi��hing industry, AlVMIand called Vancouver with ,12,600 square miles. 4,460 miles of  open shoreline. 3 compile, mountain systems wilh ,  biolic.regions. And 3Gj3,gp6 squar^ miles Into  which you could fit: Wflsfolnatdn', Oregon and Calh  fornia. Thai's only.-p sampling hut it: gfves'you an  idea of the va'stnet3s of the potential pbllution  control problem, Yourqoyei*nmenl needs your \)e\p,"  nll,'2(2fiOloc.Oof you. Ao^l your vlslling friends. Join  m, won't you, in pMf ^tfdrts to Keep British  Columbia beautiful.  irlf Nh Cplumblfi IiMmtlfnIi,  ' 'o-l     000.'        ' '*''     '' ' '    m ' ' ' ' ' ' - -i ���  i  i-  ��  -   , ���       ��� ,     ' " ������ ,   :  C }     SPAN80|*EI) UY! DEPARTMENT OF IANP8, FOI UHRTH AND WA'II-H nceOlWCfiBj  f��lif-\ A'*HI''Ul.lUfll"- MlN��:8 AN > Wifflpl IUIM Mttlui'|1UI;tt| MUNK'II'AI. A'lTAIfltll  "^.X* uieaui i-amwic-iUi mkmmwpv.  ^���Ifc.^fc^iwK^.ih^^.j^Wll*-*^1****! *��� ***** '���**������** ���* ���* -  ifr-  ������Al*>'k*'-M-^>l*-'^iA-k��<4"^   * * 0***^*0��t**'  >A4Aa*    1,^      ***���"*.    i    4-  1    riftrfhdH.4-   |    .ItAAAl  t0.0f0*r.\    *    hMAf*    *   ���  ���   �������� *0  �����._*_���    '  0*    I     *-   #   J *���" i'*  M  ��� * ���.  ��. �����������  **��� ji.i'i  ff'A i    Sit U <f  ji'~        _-."'*"    T'    "."" "^''pi"*1    y?" *'^^'�� i *i^".y'7lO'i**?*^**f*****^^ *i'i*yvn��^r^v,ii^^<vv*y^i^>yv^,<'v^iy|w<<i7^��y"wy^  _K��  I*.-'  �� ... *  -,~l --IT--.-  >*>>"<�� ^>V V**?^^^'*"^^ �����"�� }?''*>***��� --7J-J S&JjZ JrJ    * S, <^,V  /�����-  \  , *?*'"��v*">t ��vWit,;;  t?<ige M     *    The Peninsula Time Wednesday^ July14.1971  �����<**  ��iaa����|.����Vin��.i��n.i  The PENtlNSULAy^1^  1 -  "< .���-  .'  a-  *.      v.  ��."  : %'  a   :  ���i"  v1\  '1-  .1  .1  f  K'  -"I  *  vj  **��  ����� wioy "re wrong, but / i/ifl/l ����i pe no wrens -w to tpit la my what / believe t�� pe, right."  ���'������-���      .    '"   : .'"'���"'        '"' ���    :   ^T-JOjlN A;ikji*^  -   - pqppLAi G, Wheelpr, WSrfr'ior  .^WlM��IW��M��l����MWM>��M��MM��W����M��lWM������IHWIM��MW  "ITH-IN the pust year or so the niuUi-  * geared bicycle has caught the��-i|na-  gimition of young arid old and by so  doing has opened up ���- whole new future  for a previously, mediocre industry. So  populiu" has this healthy apd economical  . pastime become that thousands of bicycles are- sold daily throughout the province,  ~yj- Unfortunately'.* with   flte   advent  of ���  cycling as a serious mode of transportation, a new problem presents itself ���  'that of an additional highway hazard.  Although still comparatively insignifi-  eaM4 the influx of bicycles is such that  already highway fatalities are taking their  toll.  t The simple situation is that it is now  ground-rules for both motorists and  cyclists.. At present the avenige driver  and rider are totally unprepared for each  other. In large part" the onus would  appear to rest upon the cyclist who,  after.all, is the newcomer to the scene.  ���T-o���drivers,  who over past  yeais- have,  become accustomed to a relatively standard set of road conditions, most  hazards were Know.ii and were to be  .anticipated, Now, however, it "is becoming common-place 'to-found a be,rid and  ericoiinler a number ol cyclists'strung  across the road. This itself is often a  real hazard for apart from the fact a new  and unexpected obstruction pops' up, it  is also- an unpredictable one, for many  , cyclists have little- conception of rules  of the road or of the hazard they frequently inadvertantly create.  On the other hand, lew drivers are  (sufficiently experienced with the dangers  they have to be alert to when overtaking  one or more cyclists. As an example, der  pendent upon wind direction and various,  ollier factors, an automobile might very  easily come up behind a cyclist who is  unaware that he has a motor vehicle be  hind, him. At' the very monient the auto  decides to pass', our intrepid cyclist could  feasibjy Iswing out right into the- path of  the auto. Then again there is the stupid  antic   frequently   employed   by   motor  ���..cyeli-jts   who  on  hearing  or observing  .a vehicle coming up behind, consider it  smart to ride side, by side'with four or  five feel  betweep. them, thus impeding  his   progress   or   forcing  the  driver- to  drive out over the1 other lane in order  to pass' This is a game local adult cyclists  hUve been seen to play right on pur main  street. Many you*-gesters haye.the habit  Of .riding from one side, of "the road to  . the other.  Already there has been a fatality in  Gibsons," a youth hit from his bicycle at  Selma Park by a passing camper to\ving  ii boat and  trailer, and other" fatalities  Rave, been-reported on the lower mainland.  Roads  of most  European  countries  are   usually   thronged   with   groups   of'  ,���-**-ycUstv-majiy_.o��-.w^  cycle   clubs.' Cities   al .morning,   lunch  : time, and evening are a mass of bikes,  literally thousands of workers use ihem  as  cheap   and   practical   transportation.  Accident", are riire  bul  this  is. because  mutual respect exists between riders and  drivers   and   each   is   aware  of  dangers  that exist for those who relax and breal>-_,  Varc-op's sister, Mrs  the rules.  Within a short  time, if the present  trend continues, we will have uycle clubs  ,up. to fifty or so.strong peddling alt-tig  ���tttjr highways. If mass (daughter is to be  avoided, ground rules sWuTit be"\Jevised  now,'hoi when it starts to happen. The  ideal   answer   is   a   cycle   lane   running  ���parallel  to- ihe highway.   An  expensive  ,. solution but one found necessary in many  European countries.  In  lhe long run it  proves  cheap  in  relation  to  saving  of  human life.  At fender Hctrbom  otor ir  victims  lite islltoed ^  1:!  t  Tribute  Pictured on the left receiving the Deanne -Klein lost his life in an auto-  Sunshine Coast Lions Bursary from rnofeije accident at-Pender Harbour  Mr. .Neil Campbell in 196S', Michael    on July 2nd.  PENpmii "Harbour residents uM; t^fxM  ' "     throughpMt the Sunshine G^kt trioUT.n  '. the untimely  death of  Michael (."$ea^ne;;  :.. Klein W"ho wag killed in a mqtiPi" V^iTeip:  ; aqqideni pn, July 3nd,.- .        .';.iV;-p|ir -lyy  Michael, thason of Gladys and ^rrnail  Klein  was  born   twenty-two   yeiii--;  ago.  lh St. Mary's HoSpjtal, Garde**} .BfljSV'Fpr  eight(i*en years, young Michael !*?^t|edi  y wilh rjiolio during his elementary sjilipb}  d'aVs at Madeira Parle and his (high gehnoj  days    at   Pender    Harbour  geppridary.  School. Determ'natiori and courage eventually   overcome  the  crippling flffliptiQly  and Michael was able to attend N*"!Tf'frr\o  I,, yacatipnal ��� sc-li<mL.w,here    he-. grad'ualed-  with a certfficate in first aid and  time  ' lipeping.  Michael was a popular boy and a good  student, during his first >e-n-*Hn high  school he received the award for cidi-en-  ship, and upon, graduatio/ he was awarded the Sunshine Coast Li\ns Club bursary  Klein.! grandmother, Mrs. Elaie Kletn  and brothers Harold and Gordon was  laid.to rest in God's Little Acre Ceme^  jtary at; JCleindfiie,  -iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK  GtBSQNV  SWAP & SHOP  ARE YOU MISSING THE  BARGAINS?  RunaboMt,  Wringer "Washers,  Chrome Sets, Office Desk,  Woter; Pressure Tanltr  Located behind  MacGregor Pacific  Realty Ltd.  H Gibsons,  B.C. ���  fdlllllllllllllillllliiiiiiililiilililliliillllllllllllllllllllllll?  miwimmi  I  Sechelt News Notes  MR. and  Mrs. E. 13'. Ji.  Varcue of Beach   Ave-,   Roberts   Creek   are   at   present  visiting in Britain. During their absence  their home is occupied hy tlieir, daughters and sons-in-law Mr. and Kirs. Ken  Reeder, Mr. t"n*d'"Mrs. .Walter. Sturdy and  grandsons Jordan and Caleo Sturdy frgin  Vancouver. \  The end of July they plan a family  eunion; among ,the visitors Will be Mrs.  A. J. Haugh of Toronto, and her son Jason. Jasun is the  golf pro at Xucayen Golf and Country  Club in F'reeport, Grand Bahamas and  plans to enter the B.C. Open Aug. 5, U and  7. He is looking .forward__to "tiJiime on our  local golf course.  Mrs. Lisa Grafe from Berlin, Germajiy.  is here -for a second visit, with her son  and daughtei-in-l^iw "���"nc and lna Grafe,  grandaughters Caly and Cindy. Seven  years "siiic-e- ITeT last visit and she notes  a great change in Sechelt from before,  with her slie brought Klaus Tier-off, a  young   fellow   who   is   enjoying��� lhe- .good  THF.IU" was a time when a ferryl lineup at Langdale, stretching along the  highway, called for a newt, picture. To-  d.ry,, it is no longer newsworthy as such  for it has become almost a daily occurence. At peak or holiday periods it becomes a day-long affair with passengers  having wails of live, six or more hours  , to embark.  The  situation  is lhat  motor vehicle  traffic pemring on and off the Sunshine  Coast continues lo increase at an accel-  ' ating pace each year. As a consequence.  'highway IVilalilics which, just a few years  ago, were rare are now almost common  I place.  ll would therefore appear lhe recon-  sliuciion   of   Highway    101   "scheduled  , shortly" for the past several years is long  overdue. Our Ml.A who has, from lime  jl.i lime, been" the bearer of reports that-  work.is lo start shortly, just it. couple of  months ago slated that the Minister of  Highways had informed her thai reconstruction   from   Sechell  to, Burls  Cove  was to. Mart almost inunedialely, Shortly  -before that  we were  informed  lhat  the  Gibsons cut-off was also ga/.itelted  for  un, immediate start. *  These are lhe type of reports we like  " lo gel  providing they can be taken  ns  genuine hut, imloritimilcly, seven years  of unproductive repetition lends io wear  ii lillle thin," However, lei us not become  loo  critical   of  our  elected   iepr,e'hcnta-T  live, or ihe Highway-, Depailiiieut lor as  ,  lu,i   its lhe (iibsons ciil-off is concerned  "pi'ogtess lliis beep impeded by continual  -   pi'i'Hesh everyiinie a roiilo is scheduled,  lilting lhe past Hutu years it route has  been surveyed on a. iiumh-'r ol occasions  and eucli  time  viiiious'Tll/jjeclfotiN  were  raised. Now, another, atlempt by the  Department is underway and; again, we  understand, the inevitable protests have  been registered.  We do not appreciate- dictatorships,  neither do we believe autocracy should-  be permitted to run hogj-wild. At the  same-lime, when the welfare or the interests of the general public is concerned  it is the duty of an elected government tp  act for the majority, certainly not for the  bencfil of two or three. Therefore as il  was long ago agreed lo proceed -wilh  a cuu-KJ/hy popular request, then ihe  ihit^/oTtne Highways Department is very  clear.  If the nibbling into bank.s in a lew  areas along the Highway belween llall-  inoon   Hay  and   Madeira   Park   is  considered lo be pari of lhe long awailed  reconstruction,   then   work   has   indeed  commenced,  Hardly an  inspiring effort  up io this time but, ugain, from beginnings bigger things often develop,  ,     Meanwhile, new resorls are becoming  established   existing accomniodiilions to  expand, additional faciliiies for loiirism  are on  the planning board and  ferries,  are filled lo capacity most of the lime,  III other words, lhe Sunshine Coast  is quickly coming inio ils own as a  iialuriil mul logical mecea of tourism, so  far wiih link help I'ro'in the govern-  inenl, Which does not mean we cfm do  .i without ii. It is of uimotii 'ImporiW-j  thnl our main link wilh lhe -lower iiiMin-  laud be brought up lo ilrst class (dan-  ilai'ds, Hi|ihl now ll does.not even war-  iiini ihinl niiing, limii li is Improve-)  considerably, lives will be lotsl iii'it'l, our  economy will be reliilderl us the delerlor-  aiing highway dihcourgen .vihitors,  -ftsbiTTg, ttrey wttrtje here for- six weeRs.  Mr. and Mrs. Lance Watson of Davis  Bay are enjoying-a"visit from the latter's  aunt, Mi's. Lorraine Bingham of Sydney,  B.C. a former resident of Gibsons and a  great-aunt of Mrs. Shirley Brown.  Mr. and-Mrs. Jack Spelman paid a visit  to his cousin Mrs. Alice French of Sechelt.  Mr. Spelman is with Ihe Canadian Embassy in Japan and his next move is to  Athens,   Greece.  ��� ' Misses Pam, Vicki, apd Kirn Benner  are visiting in Vancouver fur a week  with  Kendall  and  Sue  Pearson.  Miss Wendy * and Master Brian Play  went-off to "Vancouver-to- visit grandma  Franklin and their aunt and  uncle.  Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Husk of  Point Robert!, are host lo Misses Loiiain,-  Dehbie and 1'am f-Jerilmun, daughters of  Wilt and J'al Nestinan.  ' Miss Maude Pal lei.son of 1'orp.oisu Bay  Road had her sister- Mrs. Floieiice Kall.ins  visitlirg  from Victoria,  B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. Stef Arrisson wilh Sandra and Paul of Lelhhridge, Alberta have  been holidaying for' two weeks al Davis  llay. This is their third .summer here and  despito the had weather plan to return  again  nuxl year.  |)oii't forget the Girl Guide Book and  l!iilJul Hale Sal. July 'i-llh 10 am lo -1  p.m. on the sidewalk in front of Goiilon's  Real lilslali;, Anyone having hookh to don  alii may leave liierii iit* Irlrvln*-. necriniling  in lhn  Ricbler Block.  - The" Girl Guide "Assoc, held a bnhy  shov/er I'm- Corporal and Mrs. llndei'liiU's  new son Darren at the beautiful home ul  Mrs. I'rvln Beunor in Sulma Pink, Thuin-  ...���rby. Peggy Connor  .day July tlth.  Present were Mrs. Ingrid, Underbill,  ..niother, Christina sister, Mrs. P. Underbill from Moosemin Saskatchewan, grandmother and Mesdames, Lou Goodwin,  Mary Flay, Charlotte Jackson, Pat Nest-  m-un, Joan Janiewick, Aim Kelly, Dorotliy  Slocj-well, Harriet Newtor^J3etry Power,  Naohni Cousins, Donalda Sigouin, "Dianne  Be'aner, Peggy Connor. Not piesent but  sending gifts were, Mis. Rose Rodway,  fc.i|a English, Sylvia Jackson, Doreen Mullen, Vivian |Ree-ves. ;  The gifts' were wheeled out in a playpen a gift from several of the ladies. Mrs.  Donalda a-Sigouin made a delicious cake  m the ��hai_e of a baby hugj/y with blue  u-ing. Mrs. Ingrid* Underbill is fortunate  to have a willing and efficient helper in  her  daughter  Christina.  Poet's Corner  ��� Your cantriluititun, are i/iiiVw/ -  Regarding Cats  ���by  R.  D.  Barclay  I'l' DOES seem so ridiculous that a creature like our ginger cat;  A creature full of grace and cluiriii, sjjuiild  ever little  birdies harm.  But I'm afraid this is the case. His inborn  instincts  of  the  chase  Have   ended   many   a  sweet   bird's  song,  and -I'll admit jt does seem wrong.  He stalks them with his tail  a  twitchin'  and   sometimes  brings   them   in   the  kitchen  ���Which makes his'mistress hopping mad.  She slaps him and she calls him bad.  What   makes  Ihe  whole  thing so  absurd  j    is Ihal, because he's slain a .bird'  She  says   "bad  cat"   you   rieed   a   lickiir'.  Tl len   feeds   him   what's   left   ol   our  chicken  Moreover   when   one. ships   to   think.   II  seems unfair lo raise a hi ink  To tell him killing isn't nice, then praise  him when he slaughters mice.  And how come WE'ltK so good and pure,  who kill a fish with bail and line,  And hunt with gun for sport and pleasure,  providing we have got Hie Juisuru','  Or,  if   we  are  averse  lo  killing,  we  pay  others who urn willing  Olheis provide llm .-da'ighttired inoal.-lli-m  saying grave we tiliul to rial.  To sum il up, il seems 'absurd to blaihii  u'vu\, who kills a bird,  While man  thinks he is'iill Miiiieum, yet  cannot  hear the flying sitohiii  The I earl ii |, labored breath of Jokiik, Ihal  be hounds In ileal li.  presented in 1969.    The tragic accident occurred when  Michael was visiting his family while on  holiday, from his job as first aid man  and time-keeper with the 13.C. Forest Service at Cranbrook,* B.C..  At the time of the accident, Michael  had "a present for his parent's which is a  simulated brown alligaJiyLcase containing  20 tape cartridges. This is now missing  and Mr. and Mrs. Klein'would'dearly  like it returned.  The funeral service was held from  Madeiia Park Community Hall on July  o'lh where many young friends joined the  sorrowing family. Tvlichael who is survived  by   his   parents   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Norman   w**umm0uu*0m0***ineL0Mvn0Wn0vwm0wm00n,*uw*,*w*tu\*i  SECHELT  * * - *  ���,RINGS  WATCHES  GIFTS  t Watch and Jewellry  Repairs  * *     *  Phone 885-2421  SUNGLASSES  I.N CASE. In Case of Sun,  Reg. to 1.49  NOW  RvVI^WEAR^=Al:rncri7eaFiyReduced.  CI Iren's Wear . . . Some Left at  40%   OFF   REGULAR   LOW   PRICE.  ���  ARTIST   SUPPLIES   -   NOVELTIES   -   SEWING  SUPPLIES   -   TOYS  -   STATIONERY   -  OFFICt  SUPPLIES - ALL AVAILABLE AT THE STORE  OF  10,000 ITEMS.  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Sechelt 885-9343  OPEN  MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9:30  A.M. - 5:30  P.M.      FRIDAY  TO  9:00  P.M.  Ij-  A  Bank of Montreal  The First Canadian Bank  One of our managers:  ONCE IN A HUNDRED YEARS!  m   iH^rcv Ffiiic^l^iBN   l^l^sse!  w  lAVI'i iiii (liiiihi Iiiiii  hlioiild mir  ..'lectori   ic|)iewntaliws   un .'Sc-ylu.li  ���."���Vrillii-"-- Council,sco lit io Hike'impiiycrs'  illhr   alltillior   liliiolirui'iil   |||e   Ko|/Joiiii|  I'uiuil, iiiinicly llinl  ul' Uiillrli'iu'., Jiiopcc-  linn, ilulkt> ul llio lioilj would ho cun-  '   ���   hiilcmbly   li-IJiior,, Suoli 'it   move  would  ..   iiImi ho wl,'|oi��incd hy iho Kc|-|(iiuil Hourd  ,  Im   it  now houivo ol Mmdly  ncctlod  ru-  vciiii,' would'lio iiviiiiiilili! nn a (iluii.:,  Al  llii*- limo ('oiinoil  it, |'iu"i**|  wllli  *.,.���.,,idvliiii in lo ik'iniiiidiv of- ilir- Hoiiril |or  iitliliiiomil  IVofV lor- |he 'lns|)i.rlor'f)- *ht-"  ���'Vk'Hh,    |n|l|l|||.   Ihf    Huunl'ti   I'lUH'lloi)'   ol  IJulMliiir,   liih|)oi,'lloii  or u ��� IJ111 k.   Iho  Hourd ly --o inn up Um wull1 iind iIoIiik  "��� "ilio-winio in, Coiinoil. iif'fiilwiiin,, which  Jims Im' own ooiiiioniloiil i|inui|',oiiioi)is, ,  i ��� Tho Vlllnj/,0 clerk lum iocouii|icndo��|  Couiicll no iiIoiih wiih ilu- Hriiini^Muyoi  Swuin -ui lusl /uooliiin nl' r.,i|inei| win-'  Inclined III li/'iee, w|l|l -j(||||0 I'OHOfVllliOIIK,  lo   ||||'|(('   cMoiil   CoiiHoil   hud   Hllle  oliol'cc  In   hocoiillilit luvolycd  wllli  llnr  Kc|i(jiiiiul Ho|ifd In iho runcilon ol wuior,  *^"���*~���1***''0i>r*0>m0*m0*F*,0m00mmi��mi0mmm  The PjGNmsutA.^W^''  V.Mh\ii:4"%'.Atmihy- m f-<c|if|i  on U,f,:,'ri "iiiiiniiliii) (oitfti  .(. Iry   ��� i.  Nt* li^ll I'ciilriMdii I'liirrii | |i|.  Hiir, MP * nnlicll, lit),  Jl)iiitnlui(i. P'lu;l.rti:.llit,r uii.1 1'iihlhlier  titthin'ilpllifi,.IhilGttt..tin.wlvtHise, , ,  ���   . I Vcrrr, VI - % V<*'M��, V) *;�� Ycnm, $13  IJ,f��, mul 1'ordj.ii, >1'*,,'"(*  laving tlm fir en from fort (Mellon lo I'.ymtutt  (/linvn Sopnd to hrvf* Inlet) {..,  iiny  -.-    , -   ��� Ujllci'Ulie  ri'iicilon lot iho Inml nu iiii|iuhi'd  iovc Uiul  llio oiiorniou") ,oomI ollhit, Hllle veilluie  wo liiiYvvkiinn;-!. io our iiiih|i}ru|il'*, \Vo  'wonlirsii|'{j',osi- Ihnl ihore i,s cori'uinly no  pl\t'.i\ io hook troillilc hy lulllni/; lor  li^rthor ovcriiuoh,  -    11  it) liurd in hcl  recent  ui'.iiiiihl wiilcr iihorn iiny nioniDor ol i-miiii-  ' I'll could' ovon roiiiololy coiihldoi   involving iiumiyori, in nilylhiiiK oonifolled hy  !,,cv..-,*'!ltfcM"U"iW,>^^A,UUli.liv���wlj��iL,vjj-*.  iilii|iy*|io<i|ilo would welcome uu oiiij to  lliih, roceni   I'oi'in, ol  cA,|icn^lvo  kovoih-  llioill,   Iho   luM   Iiiiii))   SeohcJl   li'hldenh,  nocd in voliiiiiiuy iiivolvoiuoni in liu,u,l  I'UIIClioilK,  ��� ,li inko*, very Hule IniiiKinniion io  |oii'*iec (ho ooiihoi|iicncoh hlioiild wo find  oillM'lvct, piirt|ol|)iillll}' in llic |iine||oii  of HulldlliH lliiipeclloii, In hln in lime  IIh'ic would ho Iwo iimpcciriih, Thoy, in  lum,   w��/nl|l   ioi|t,iiro   liuner   uoconiiiio-^  , dullon und n fiioiioiuupher, un top ul  which it, ihe l,i. i Hml ihe IMuiinei now  liihpoeln huilding |"**iiiiilri holoio Hie In-'  npootor in jieruiliiod io Mump upprovul.  lllilh,  jl   ih ii  oiiin, hcl   wo  would   IIimI  , fmiaM'.lvryJiiivliii*, lo puy u poiii'on ril Hie  ' l-hiniici'h Mil,uy lo hool,   - ��� - jf -| jj iv v��# i* -~ r V- o I f jT *T��r y�� yy^ / jf j ���-������j ������-��ic;^;; j, ^ |(^ ^  iih Mi|-.*M*hiod hy clerk led Kiiynej Is.juivl  h'ojivvrihli mid one would |iuvi- 'ioM��* /iiil-  Ifhle indeed io lull for ihiii drmiiu,  Wo do nol holio.vo Council ih Mil'fi-  rlcntfy-niihrto*ro*-nilfTfljr"'^l|Tr*<i'ftt,'!'l u  . |ir<i|Hi-iid Mini.'������ Mruii-ror fliinifn liiivr bron  hliown hi huppcji, Wo wrmld iheioloiu'  Miiji/'etai luxpnyci-t niiike known llieir  viown rlj'lii now, not v/uli for iho penny'  l<) droji loo Inky ' ���      '  A  his views on loans?  At |ho Bank of Montroal, w��  coiiiiirlnr ovoVy loan .ipplionlinn on  hf> Infllvlfiual*" moriif* ��� Wo i want you  io||oi your mopoy'-' worth,       '  Dioft Fllllior;  '"Um Y*Hir, I nioi ti lihi-inoiitjiiiiin  on ii |o("i>] (|0|f ooiirHo mul lio-nnknil  mo h'-oiii Hjonn Ipr /) our. Bul, whon  ho r,��*mo |o ��oo ma, hnVl nlicinaod Uh.  ininrl, Hf| wfliilod a hont lru"iciail. 5>o  I arrniifjod n i,oirihiiioc| Jpan linrl mpi-  lnfi�� plfln lor liim..Now ho owiu* hoili  n now cpt ni,t\ p artllhont, Tlm monoy  who wllhlli lilo firnni) - ��� ho jnut didn't  kn'nwhnwioor()fini7inft."  *i,  iars  i     ' i  $3.50 each.. .one per person  ,A vnliiiiblri co'lloctor'ti lirrni Ihut lu <-' meniorito of  'British Col*iiiil-ln*-* hlbtorin nnn|vorBMry# m��-kln.* ohr  ���Uilry Into Cniutdii, ilm.i.pnolnl pr|i;��* ol %'.\M) la innd����  notiftlhlo hylltu Oov��.niiiinnt of Bri(|*i|| Ooli/mhi-i.  Your H|Hi(;in||y mluinri Ciintoiuiiril <,i|viir ilolliir will  Im MviiHni'io lur irwtlliriK to you on Aimm-i t, VJ'/L "  SoihI tlili. <ai)ii|n)ii (od'iy  Mnko iniiiiny r^ilur i^f ��||i)<|iiu p/iy/i|)|M|l(|''  M,'', I'Olll'Ullll.rl '/I,  .��,....: H,C,,C(irikriiil,tfCriiii.,-������ ���. , ,���.-,.. _,..-.-lr���_. j-  .      l*mlliuii'iniii|(i,(i,,,vi..|,H|rt na, ,  '     ;  N|f.|rif,..rffi||lifl||(,r|i���1f |   . ,nonnynnlnrfl-  Up nptt nul/ iiniii.li (;.i|,i,���i,|fl r^ni.rn/M.rl -.iivnr rtoltor.  .a ' ' ' ' ''  llrtlim l I-a  Oily  "V  l��lll���,M���,���,,M,(,M)|(|(|()M|M1(.M.M|M||(|.nMM|||  .ttVVUinMUIJ 01 MIIU'ilQVlNOfcgi-Mill (Ml (WMUIA  \)  ���lPH|Wr|1iii"Hmw  '���   *  f  i  ��'  ���j*n��"**m^>-ij*>iwi  <���.* -I  . ������    ,:  ,:F .ft    f \-   ���,.  ;**. -_l' f-    i*'  **���  %   P   *   i    *   *   *' ��������' '���*���''*'--**  i"    ' -   *   ��  ^<��wiwii>.^*iii^��.at^^r<^^^*t^w_B��igi*ii^ ^ ���*. * ^ m, _��i_* �����***���**������*  i.**+4*m0h*ii**i*.wi'i0*%ti r*t0*j0t  **^-^iJ0*J*,j/0i��f***00*0+00a*ttff0a'iiL  mH^^-ft^^W iwni^iiiw��ii wtiii* iT  MmLtiBur*,,*^******, +*m---** tfam***. *��� "<fc��ih-iwn>-|J*t**HPt-4*��'**w''w  00 00. W***^�� **���-**���   +***.,***, *0*4*,00  "* ��^�� ��Ik 4 *��i��\ m,,T*00r��m  ��� ,1   "f'Vi  ���-��-    *   1 Jf,   *  Sr*-       - *    - .., y,.,r,^^!;:,^ ^r* ���yj.r.yA^'JJ^y>JJ^..*,.n  ri^^T*-*1^-^^ '"  -"*    >-x�� --:- iV4  ;<.*.c-.��*r;?  <>     a  ��� ���      ' ��������-���**��� . ^ * .' ,   , ���*    '.       l*<-.' ,    ' ,   *-       ���  ^*i  Vancouver wedding  blessed by sunshine  "j     MUM*''. .1. -Sanronl nnd Miss Ai' W. Cooper  *     .' were married  in Y^'X-ouyei',  B.C. on.  .Inly Vlli al **.'}0 pm  Tire ouremnny took  place nt -tlie "hi miii of the nfficiutinfi clergy-.  mau !|'ev. JU'divudi.  Tilt! bruit! whig a lovely" blue: floor  li'iii,ili dress mul. her veil wns held in  place with a dainty tinra. She carried a  beaulil'ul  Unit-|iiet of yellow rosebuds.  Matron ul Honor was Mrs. A. VoiiUtre  at tired in silver Knee ���'leiigiJV dress and  ir'uileliinu xbnes. M-*-*. AtVenture wtls best  man.  Tlie bii.de is the only daughter of Mrs.  Margaret ("nrr|Ter of-Gibsons who went to  ii  ii  t|  ���1  i  1  V.iii'uuverHor' the 'wedding.   She  looked     j;  liu   in  nn  nil' white  dress,, knee   length  ""tvTTIi  while shoes  and   rjloves.  "  ii was a bisauliful sunny day for the  liiiile  unit  iji'ooiii, .  The   re��-e|��lioh   was   Inter  held. at   Ihe  li.nni: nl  Mr   and Mrs.  Vouture.  ti  ��  ---���* Residents of the area are invited to attend the  dedication of pouqall Paili. Gibsons, (Comer of Gtivuer  Point and South Fletcher Roads) on ilritisli Columhia's  Contennial  Day:  .       _:j:.:AZ:JAA1  y mXT TDESLJAY^Jm^ ?0thf  0t 2:30) p.m. ...  Mr.   Wes.   Hodgson   will   give   the   dedication  address. Mrs. Isabel Dawson, M.L.A. will participate:  July 14,   1971  1  1  |t  1"  I  1  1  ii  V'lloge Parks Chairman    |j!  T  ALDERMAN K   E.   GODDARD  Roa(cQ0or Ranch  Second Annual  GARDEN BAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  Jr. Events  Sat., July 24fh  11:00 a.m.    ^.Events ,.'...  Sun., July 25th  10:30 a.m.  WESTERN GAMES  HoiT��fjste��aders  'lie new ��� cedar log'frame building flesigned by the owners Denny"and  now under construction at W41sjai*i jlQart IVIanseli who also qperaie" the  Creek will be a "Country Kitchen*- antique store. The new /venture is  with outside patio catering to people i^tty-apllng a great deal of interest and  Who like home baked goods. It was    is a fine asset to the district-'  ��� I'aeifii; Northwest limber, including  dial Iroiu British Columbia is. being  V idely ��� praised on the Atlantic: Coast of  the i'iiu.1 ijienl lieeuusp .o.f Ihe size of fir  iiees' (up to Slid feel long) anrl their den-  ...iiy (fill to III) per uere). Puget Sound  libei'"lusl "yeai- was exported to California, South America, Australia, Japan,  China, The JSasf' Indies and Europe..  -".11(11.  *JiiiJi>  ���f u��ji .   i  Saturday, 9 p.m.  MUSIC BY  TOMMY POWtiW&BAND  For, Information Contact  Gord McKee, 883-2602  Pender Harbour  ���    OR    ���  Marty Meldrum, 886-9880  R.R. 1, Gibsons  m.  iigriggigisggglSS^  -��� r: -���  U *.  'I*"  0  1  ,       *.*0  ' j  ���*--4"*'*-"W II'  ��� ���* -   *  ��� ! '��� ��:     w    'WY.J    >���'** v.., \i  V  i     v.  i'.  �����-J*l��*  ��  [��!!!!  -     Idyllic Salting a     At Witenn Crf*t*lr  Aptly named "The Homestead/' apd    Z1'. vv "V9" >r- ^^ r J '  fljll of old treasures which were part  of life wlieh settlers froin mapy PPUn-  Iries cpmu |p Cauaita, the pe-wjy ppei^  ed antique shop at Wilson Ci'eelc is  a Ireiuendous loiirist attrac'lion'; TJio  rough hewn logs und sturdy raflffrs,  all luuid cul in Ihe early part of the  century provide/just the right self  ling.  imiM^  .....FRQlVI  FULL 2 YEAR WARRANTY ��� ELECTRIC 1 YEAR  \  '"��� "       '" '     \  WE SERVICE  SELL  ����wiavM^iiWMtwMMW��ni^aBWH.M^w<i��nm  RIP AIRS -IO ALL  ^**yww'MWtiiwi****i|*Wfw^^  2 and 4 CYCLE'  &W0u*m0m*uw*i*.*w*t*0>t0w*0w*m*rm*,ir*,***��'****i"'***  \   AVAILABLE HERE: CASTOR SUPER ? STROKE OIL,  H VEEDOL CHAIN QJL  M7tf<WWWt^MWW^WIW��ltMMM-n��WW  en A  ULJ  ���W  IOBJRS  Street, Sechalt���Plionu 8859330  /Ml "Tho Miv Pfl!nt,'|>roiliiolHnrnr|iin|Hy (iiififiiotftod,  ui id finrry llio **<-,il uf hnnlhy nppinM. ''lliu I uy  Pnlnl*' In .11 llr��|,-i|iimll*/ nmloii"! |i|of<'M.|niirrl  il��<inr*ii/��r hrmid of |��ilut, Y����u w|��\i|il ��i��|)i��n In puy ��   preminiu i��f|q��. f*��r jhlf r*.l^,��!tM'!f'i('I'/^MlYi*,'!'*'f^:::j,i  i \m.tnm w��.iii����'Ih- It Just fur yon, lll�� .iMiiiiiili-v'ir,  yrjti'll liml It nlliiimlvflly |iil<ior|, Huy "|.uv now li/  ]ll�� quart, by lb*" ����ll'-il, i'ulilt no tho bounty uf  ''Luv." raj  Buy Hut p  ���ltl,\,\���\&tW:L~.  IVIIJCII enriosljy Ikik r-enlei-ed ai-ou|)d  re- pie may have for sale.  eenl   development     al    Wilson   Cniek |)(;l)liy   Munsell   is  presenlly  neeupied  where liiiid.s.:apiiiit bus revealed a wealli wi||,  ,|)(,  ),,,jldin/; of the  "(!ounlry  K I-  ernd   loit  culiin   whi<!h   now   expriKeti.��� lhe ,.,,������..   ,,,���,- ,l(iyj||)(  M|)t,|i,|,.(|   |W<i i'ukIiiu-:  'lieiiuty of ils earefnlly  hewn  lo|(H to Ihe n.,nl.s u. Caniuli., he Kiiowh whirl he wauls  P'tbl''- to inliieve   'l'(i|((!lber  l Imi Manuel Is  drew  Aloni'mde   aiid, nenriiiK   rninpUiliim   w,   . up. iiiiiiioi-oiim pliiut. for lhe new lof{ liuild-  n pew i'(.'i|iir'|iift fi'iime huildiiif* wliirli' will inn bul ninny were nempped due In short  limine a "(.'oiinlry  Kili'hen ami  Hre|iM<i..i \i\\v i,l ||ie ri|dil.inalerialH apd lhe preset il  ���  IIoiihii". .    - ',      . Inil.lrliiiii  is now noinewhiil  nl' ii  eoiiipro-  Tlm  uhltjc   IrnilrlliiK   vyhieli   wan   buili ',IH>1-'  in llm mirly purl of lliii* eonliiry Ik how Mirny lonil people have eonlrlbulod to  ail  iinlii|iie kIoio !,|ioiiiili-'.lii|(  in   Hie  miIi   ���   WIM-,|���   ||M:    leiiovnliuii    i,l    the   old   and  of tirlli'len lined .by fatiadliin piripeern nyni-Wtti) ui Mm new ���liiiililiuni,. Alien aiul  1     'ritree ' yeniH nl   senri'lniin   riveiiiiiiillv ('InirleH   Murray  (l��nt|(ni"f|   aiul   btilll   lhe  bloii|(l|l    lh<;  iiwiioih,   Denny   ami   , Ion n libnlo; lopi^d   "l,biiiii:nli!iid" iiinini  for   ll|e  Min'lni.'ll- In Wilmin (VrtriK where, rinlil  on nnliiiiin nfiii-n.  I'eler ('briHliiuin wiih i:i|in-  l|)ii iViidn lil|(l,iwny-.|iiil laToeuedfiy if hijtli '   inlNiiioneil  lo put   the nIiiiIo; cool  inr the  ,  liedne, Ihey found Ihe old eiibln aiul pm new l/iiildin/(  I"1')'  ,f|""1  l"1   l,":,r "l,",', ���   Mi   iimlMii-  MaiUll and ll.oii da,.,(l,.  I'or  lhn pniil   Ihiei!  uiinilliii  Ihey  Iium      |���,  w|���, |,���Vii p home in Went Vini/ioiivur.  been   Iiiih.v   leiiloillm   the   orl|dmi|   niMn      uhenily l|inl |l dillliiill In leni  Ibeinnelveii   (���lmiiH|ilmri! h. llm ������abln-by rrtiiiuvliin lln- ����� i,wii,y,-lfniu Hi'liririiiniiill iiarl of-llm world  eolllnii  In rJNpiiMe   lhe  iili</<e.|  nhnlu!  I       w|n.n,   |||(;|,-   ������w, pm,,.,.j   w|||  (Ovif' bolli  llll'oiillh   whleh   liller hliirlli,  nl   li|(hl   hm      ,,midiini|, nml  hnn into n plennaiil  plnee In  mil  lhn  iiiih  wlili'b ori;ii;.|ouii|ly  Inlln on  ��� tll,*! HtiliHhliie ("oiihI.       .,.',���  v       f'l'lMirbllni and while iihoiii'iei'nil'-i'iii-  IlillIN ipiii'M lhn hinnll wlndowii ami innli h  "�� ln/(  lable elulliM  bibthhiii  lhe interim   ol  lhe nld hiiililiiiK where the lo/( .wnllii nn-  di-*'iir|)ti'tl will) liiimlindii of iwmill limn.r  (inlil  nml  Iniiirinn nilir|en unnil  by  IIiiim-  who plomiiiinil thin vnnl eiiuiilry,  Tlime will���liiMlllTlrulty In l'i!|ili!lilir|ilii|!  hlnel'  nml  Jonn  Maiuuill  e-j|lee|i<  lo du h  ,   Ilil 'ol  l|nve||||i/(  in  hei" iiiiiire|i  I'lii'  |ien  .��J^iir��iil,->.lii-.lliii-iiiiiinilli��Mi,'-,����hr)'--lH-''Viii7'��-i^  leirinled In nuy iul|i;|eh wlihii lnni|' pen  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  CEMTEMMBM%  We  acknowledge   with   thanks   anrl   appreciation   the   donations  of plants, shrubs and decorative ir-ees-for Pioneer Park, Gibsons/ by the '  following interested area residents:  MR. 1.RIC THOMPSON, Hopkins Landing . .  MRS. R. PLOWS, Gibsons  MR. TEP -WINEC3ARDEN, Qibsons ~  MRS. N. WEM-W^D/ GiN-sps  MRS, MARION LOWPEN, Gibsons  DR. AND MRS. T. WEPB. Hopkins' Landing  MR. AND MRS. BILL MURRAY, Gibsons .*- -,,^.  Apprecifilion is also extended to Murray's Garden W Pet Shop,  Gibsons,-anti lo Mr, A. Sjmpkins, Dnvis'-ISay, for their assistance in tho  proiecr- ������ *,u^^mmmmt^^M  July B,  1971.   .  ALD. KEN GODDARD,,  v- Chqjrmqn   ���-������1 -  -. .,..,.....,..__ _ . ���.,. ._,,.,,,.. _ a...._  '    . -.    .���i   I,     ._ _ ,_      _ . .��� _   . ..   ....,���'...���.*..,.....,..._..,^,^r,a.aa.*.���1&*)  Vlli  .IPflOWM  NOT TO PLAf,  m WITH MATCHES  tint? ntynnifoiimhuno  M A H 8 H ALllWEllIil  mm^immm  ��� i  TRAIL iAY HARDWARE tp.  ��oclt.elf . l>hmwmn*M2ii  *******  ��a .alii iiiiiimii#t)iiai,Maiaaw<.i  NOTICE  A  QUARTERLY MEETING OF  THE  WH*L BE HELD AT 1HF COMMUNITY HALL  MAMMA PARK  i  Friday, July 23rcl, 1971 at 8 p.m.  g'Wy fjw-w^'yj i'H-' v<it \xt'rfr*v*ttntm,rtfv,yf,a  *��*Bit��<ttil'"-MIWWi��<l^<W����1w^^ imt���i00-/i.,i0IH.0. ^- ���***������mi-mi****,,******  ��� i.| ..i.^.,jijm ���. k ���;������ -gflfjy,��'*���$&��, T^y H1 *-y u$t**:ilJ ["P*V * *�� ?' *  WW"****'***'**'"*  Real beer pleasui��  Bi  X  ���*���{  ,*t  K  j  'I  j  P  _L_  ^1  ll  ,'"��  Pnewed to tete on your kind of thirst  Tills fltfvfi llsomdnl k npt phIjIIsIiq-J or displayed fiy tlio liquor Control  ;' t^oflid or (j*y llio (Jovciiiiiiciit ol IJiItiili (.oliJiiiljli.  i.-,  .  vAaw.AJ.'v''  *0*.rrr,0.r*.0.r~r. 0*0.0.0*0* ��.'*.��*��*A��**��*��a��- 0,0*0.0*0*--.0*0*0*0*-���*���>*��� r*r^-.��.-����.*��--.����-*�������..  h��K^I*-^MTB ��lt.J-��  A||kNvHW*���� ^����*  Ik/  A*J(A*|_ia|��kni|i4  0*4*0   *   *    *\ 00*   I     *  0.    -   m   *,   �� .# ^rf*44^^f  *��� -   0+.*+ 0*t *    *0a00t000u0    frx*.  *t0jnr. *><^i|-^*M.*��(l|-4*��Tt_*hfmvn '11  *****  Page B-6  We^esdoy, July 14, 1^71  a   , , �� :  Minute Message  Ipy *f"lev. Robert Allaby  ���cr PAMF ih_,i  iiw mirthi hux��,'lifi r,,AJUOers fo tlie, Editor are the opinions ofrenders,  imd'nvt  necessarily  tho\e of  The  News.  4  1,-wvMfc i|��t ini-sy miem h.4Ve Jlte a��C ,,. ,i.���mle.piima my he used for ��� publication,-bm nil oriaiiiulx wtst be ugnM by the winter.  they might have it move abundantly,' -���'���. ��� . **.*.. .. .    ;  said Jesus in speaking to the 'Jews, liis     AvOld market      '  missipit was in short (as found in IJuke     A    ��� ,,-v   .__,_.  4:13, 10) to preach the gospel to the. poor,   V*���8 WP, ihe times,  to heal the brokenhearted, to preficft de-'     ���    Sir;/'Britain  and the Common- Mar-  hvevanee to the captives, and recovering     Ket."  .of sight to the blind,  to; set. at  liberty Canpda is, or should be greaHy con-  them lhat are bruised and to preach the    .cemed. about  Britain's   attempt   to  join  acceptable year of the"Eofd. *      ���th"��r-"*gilT-opegir"''Canin'i*3h   Maikot.   If   she  Tn   fulfilling   this   mission >esus   the     were. to succeed,   Canada's   trade  would  bt. deeply. involved,  yet,  even  more  so,  her spiritual relationship with the Mother  country would be irreperably affected.  Many  of  us   will   agree  with   Prince  Philip's   repent   remarks   as   sound _ and  completely   valid.   There  are  many'reasons why'-Britain  should   not "join:   first  of all because of Bible prophecy,  which  includes the Th'rone and the sovereignty  of the Queen. Secondly, becausfe Britain's  role and destiny as head of the common-  Ypu can know this hour beyond the , wealth is to serve all mankind. If she has  shadow of a doubt where you stand in re- been led astray from this in recent years,  lationship to the heavenly father, listen *** she "must and will return fo it rather  to-.John the 'Baptist's words in John 4:27, "than bury herself in Europe.  "A- man can receive nothing .except it be . , E. W. A13RAHAM  given him from heaven." Come to Jesils  . ������  .and   believe.   Is  that  too  simple?  Many     Oil  holiday '     '     __   Editor, The Times,, _������  Messiah brought hope to all people, not  an uncertain human type of'hope, but  rathei- an eternal -hgpe based pn who He  is,,the King of Glory,  Have you" never- taken The Lord Jesus  Christ at his word and enjoyed the new  and exciting way of life which comes  throi.igh trusting und obeying Him? In  Him is life. Are. you in ^Him? Are you  really living? ���   - .   '  want  to follow  their own route  to God  but  Jesus   said,  "No   man  cor'neth  unto  the Father but by Me."  Sir: ,In reply to a letter to the Penin-  Times  ��� Youi (oiiiitimiioh, tnu united  BRITISH COLUMBIA  ���bv If Notiliiioitd  Our province eolobiute"*, ,lus yen  Ami .so.she is decked out in finery  She is clulhed in a roliirul Uiicsniiccri  Willi u hroidurcd hem ol wikl doweii       ^  Ami feailiely fern i'ioiuIs -��  The covering for Irei lie.ul -��  Is of pmeM while.  Her veil is a glorious hpleiulei  Of sunset, cloud nnd > din how  Her shoes are a -nosiiii.  Ol grey saiul, earth hi own,  ��� "upper red, and iron black  Her jewels are a Thousand isles  Her aileiulants are from many lyiuls  in a selling of sapphire blue.  Prom Kriiuin, Italy, Greece, "'ranee,  .Scandinavia ami Yugo Slavia.  "-'rom Japan, Fiji, Pakistan.  White, black, yellow und borwn.  Ihey have'brought her many presents  Music, songs, ballads, psalms  Poetry and dramas.  fjicy have brought art,  Fancies of ihe mind.  Woven in wood, wool, silk and stone.  Fine rugs and baskets, statues, paintings  And many homely things.  .Styles in cookery and costume  Favorite fruits anil flowers.    -  Her banquet table is large ami full  Food from lakes and seas  Fine bread from die Peace  Fruit and wines from die Ok.aiiagan  Jieef-and lanib Jrani JhU Cariboo,  We have no nee��d lo fear  l"**orlrerT^Tmtruieen^  As long as we her tervants  Are dutiful careful of her.  Presentation  Gibsons Devil's Y.arders Softball  earn have the honor of being the  first holders of-the* big trophy being  Jesus Christ is God's gift to a race in  need. He is standing at door of your life.  You must open the door.  e sure fo  drown all fires  PREVENT FOREST FIRES!  "Sportsmanship",   maybe  -a   few   adults  could use a few lessons, not to mention  ' names.  The Times was asked to be at Madeira  Park to take pictures of our Little League  team before Bobby Hull was even known  to be  coming to Pender Harbour-.  When  he found out how well our boys from lliis  area played this season, he was only too  pleased when asked the nigTil before)  to  present, them   with   the   "League   Championship Trophy", on one condition, that  they meet him with as little publicity as  possible. After all he was here on holiday,  not to be mobbed* by a bunch of people.  ��� ��� We   also   have   two  other   ball   teams  here  in   Pender   Harbour,  and   they   also  never-   got   to   meet   Bobby   Hull,   plus   a  lot of parents and other Bobby Hull fans.  Cannot   a  few "people  let   our   bo"?s   have  tlieir victory  in peace or is  the squabble  going to carry on. After all it is the first  time in quite a few years that the boys  in (his area have' come out on top, that  is  something. ior_ inM_iif__us_ to   be   pi-mirl  of,   we   hope   to  see   more   of   it   in   the  future.  Let's show a bit of sportsmanship on  pie^eiitodjjy Mr. Charlie. Mandelkau  of Gibsons Shell Service. Accepting  the award are from left: Carol Ann  Parrelland Colleen Kurucz together  with coach Mrs. Joyce Suvegiis.  Almost 27.000  patients  in B.C.-Yukon  hospitals . will w receive    transfusions    of  whole blood and blood products Ihis year  through the'B.C.-Yukon Red Cross Blood.  Transfusion. Service.  This is a $3 SPOTS  (Less when on contract) ���  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes (over 9,000 people)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more hames than .any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  Phone 885-9654  A SECRET  ALL OVER  TOWN?  USE AN  AD-BRIEF.  DIAL  885-9654  ��� Mr. Aqdvcrtisor:  These advertising  spaces are real bargains for you. Sold an  contract only. For details on how to stretch  your advertising dol-  Iqr, phono B85-9654,  ask fpr special ad  rates.  MR. JOHN A. TAGGART  One of our representatives  will be at  Sunnycrest Motel, Gibsons  9-11 a.m. Wed., July 21  Coxy Court Motel, Sechelt  1-3 p.m. Wed., July ?r  If you require a term loan for a nfcw or  existing business, you are invitee) to discuss your needs with him. An.appointment can be arranged by telephoning  the above  motels-.  INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  TERM FINANGING.FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  885 Dunsmuir Street,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Y7Z7/7/J/73Z71  ^UHNUH/J/yf7  rl       -K*.  "���**r**3  Fruit Cocktail hT,  Piheapple-st!!^^  Peas or Creamed Corn \  Beams with Pork  Cat Food M'"5 M("-  Dclrnonte  4 ox,  Green Gignt  14 ox.     i  for  for  for  for  Coffee ft���-'.  ���range Juice n'l���6  Salad Dressing  Bathroom Tissue Do,MV'  6 oz.  for  iixes  Robin Hoocl,  10 ox,  !ace Soap ;T��"  Presto 1'0'lb."  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