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The Peninsula Times Jul 28, 1971

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'  I ���   ���**��� ���  Sf"S ^^ts^-*'VV'^w-^"sY^"'f'''��V'*i'"ai?'?*^ ^  .    . - -do-*? u g/1 CL\a) :":'��� *���''  "o  TENNIS iS4-rowmg_itt-popi)l^|-4y~-t**n IJj��  "Bunshme Coast and ip Qibsons a series.  oJ summur classes aie planned providing  w-iyn and meant- can bo found for renovatr  nig ol (he existing tennis ppMrla *d Ptui^ul,  Park. -.. ' * ,  Letter read at-Jast council meeting  July 10th indicated that thfe perimeter  requires resurfacing, nets are ip pqqr  condition and the wire fencing is badly  claiiuiaed." Under 'sponsorship, of the-Ally-'  letiu Association, classes are -planned as  of July'Stst apd ��o far, labput Forty people''  have shown interest, in liarticipalipn.  Mayor Wally Peterson sipd .hd thinks  the idea is a good one but unfortunately  there has been nothing budgetfed for such  a project this year.  .Aid. Ken Goddard, said he has looked  ino the, situation and feels a certain,  amount of improvement could be carried  out this year at small cost.' This would ut  least give the project a chance to got  under way.  It was moved the matter bu Uuped  over to Aid. Gnddani for further study  and 'recommendations. Ho -also said he  would discuss the matter with the JCins-  nion who have long had an active interest  in Donga 1 Park. "' J  Offer of labour to help itnprovu the  tennis courts came from a young woman  present who said a group of ybung people were prepared to donate labor under  an Opportunities I'or Youth project. Aid.  Goddard''���'agreed to' contact her later tb  discuss llic offer.    -.   -  Bequest, read al a previous meeting,  from a Lower Mainland organization secili-  'i"g...i)tiKl.s In establish a Sports Hall of  l-'ame in the Vancouver area was tabled  fur finther investigation. I.aasl week, Aid.  Ken Crosby told council he had discussed  thoalproject with the local Jiecreation Assertion and upianimous verdict was that  \\ was} tc'|t any available fijnds uounpil  might hqve. would serve better purpose  at t|*,p local level.. Council agreed to ijie  Hie. request: ���   .     <   ��� ���  Commenting on a ^planningmeeiing/  of jthe regional Board which he attended,'  Mayor Peterson said "they seem to have  i'UiHlly realized they will have to take  time put and reconsider the zoning bylaw", "lie added that'much.of-the zoning  has devalued properties and in many eases  hearings'Will have to be held in order tp  consider certain retidning. requests.  One local organization wrote���to council suggesting the-wharf be painted yellow  as a means of distinguishing it from  others.' Also it would add color io* the  area.     -  While council could see some merit  in the suggestion, it was pointed out that  such a structure wopld prove somewhat  -difficult to paint. I*"urthei', it will be necessary lo obtain department ql approved.  Afd. Gerry Dixon expressed the view  that be c|ou|Ms jf tire department wqufd  tackle such a job.  It was agreed a letter go to the depaitment  seeking comments.  Mr. V. A. ."Starr, made application for  a business licence to operate an arcade.  Council was told that this is understood  to be 'utilizing a premises for Ihe opera-  - tion, ol games of amusements and skill;  also music. Thc applicant had given no  indication of where lhe business is to be  located, however, he planned to open  August   1st.  Mayor Peterson suggested the request  be tabled pending further details as to  local ions etc.  ajgistraiio-- Up. 1142  2nd Class Mall  Serving *hu .Sunshine Coast (Howe 5ounc| to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, H��Pl*|ns LpntJipO/ Granthamslandino, Gjbsons, Roberts Crook,   ft />J   Union      &&*���     Lqbo|  Wilson Crook; 5olrnp Park, Socholt, Hallm00" Buy^Socrot Coyo, Pendor Harbour, /yiadcira Park, Kleln^alo, Irvine's Landing, Earl Coye, Egrpont    fW   "fhl's Issue 10 Pages  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANf PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. ^Volume 8, No  35 - WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1971   Hytirb cQiifirifis claim  no  St. Mary's Hospijal  Emergency ca^es only rule  as construction crawls on  CUNaSTHUCTlON  of   the  Intended   Care  Winy at St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt is  becoming a ver<y_"exleujied" project with  complelinn slill  nowhere in' sigh!.  Original completion���- date expected to  be April Isl was extended to .hine 30th  and then hopefully .July 31st.  inspecting the wing on Thursday of  last week, Mr. J. Kaczymarcik, geiiural.  superintendent for the whole . western  region' for .contractors i"Jird. Construction  of Vancouver, could give no completion  dale. He blamed shprlago of local tradesmen and' delays due, lo jurisdictional disputes in the building trados.  In Ihe mcanliine the delay is now (listing Ht Mary's IliMpital Society money  in lost leyeuue ���- '���-    '  Only cmngoncy caseb Mie being ad-  mitterl and tho huspitiil is updating wilh  !JI) bods instead of Hie normal 31) bods.  Ilonovalions seller)iiJihI to take a mailer of weeks have taken four -months  in sumo .casus iiniMuft vital par-is -of-ilhe  hpnnili|l in a slate of disorder. 'Installation of a clinical sink in lhe emergency  ward was lo have taken four hours, lliu  hospilnl slaff allowed 24 hours to lie on  Ihu safe side ujifl now four months'later  the sink has .^lill not boon inalallad. Sini-  a-ilur cases are the liara hole in lhe wajl  whuru Ihu new slurill/ur should ho mid  Iho ico  machine slill  walling  lo  ho  un  created in the main foyer.  Geared to accept disruption for a short  period uf lime^ the hospital staff is now  becoming'frustrated by Ihe hardships imposed for such a long period of time.  Puzzled paliQivta-r face a series of signs  which guide them to make-shift office  quarters. IJenovalions to the office were  also scheduled for completion in three  weeks and now months later they lie in  complete disorder awaiting the necessary  tradesmen.  Hospital  administrator Mr." A.  Wage-  'makers   estimates.,, that    tlie   hospital   is  /using .1*240 eacli day in lost revenueTuicl  ckIhi   expenses  Al lasl month'"} meeting ot tlui lleg-  - jon,)l "*Ios|*i|.il Hn{i|d, 4 was icppitecl  that delay m I'omplulion pf thu piojei't  is causing money ,is the cleik ol win ks  has |)OOii employed an extra three mnn (lis  for the months May lo .July.  Asked about a penally clause in such  conlracltj. Mr. Wagemakers said this is  not permissablo in a government contract  as il would automatically include a bonus  if construction was completed ahead of  time.  " Coulraet for consliuclion of the new  wing was awarded Hird Construi'llon in  Ihu early pari of August 1070. When  i.ompli.-lo it will give  lundud cm u IhmIh and  QUESTIONS were askeel at p *|.cpept mept-  ing pf t|ie Rpgipn^l ^qfil'd regprding  spraying of growth ip tjie iegjpn of power  lines by B.<3.. Hydro. Claims vvcre made  pi .that time thpt despite ^ssm-ances that  spraying in the arpa wpul^ nP< ^e ca��-ried -  did withou-f n'qtjf'ipatipn, and certaf��|iil*if *nc-t  in proximity to water shpds,.suci-i sptJiylng  had indeed commenced.  The Times took the trouble tp chepk  the matter out With suppliers of fl\e sprfiy  and B.C. Hydro. We were informed'"that  no spraying had been carried out $pd,  further, none was scheduled.  Some time after this fact was published,' Mr.. 4-"Hind-gmith of. Gibsons-R1-E7.  sen-ted us wifh a piece of foljagc which  was pm-lly brown and shriveled-up, aB-  parehtly as the result of a .destructive  substance which", lie claimed, was spray..   ,  Further check with lopal Hydro iri an-  dger, E. Hensch, revealed tfie fact that  while no actual spraying-has taken place,  the same typ^ of substance in pp|le| form  has been scattered manually aroiind particularly stubborn bushes arid other growth.  Moisture from the grou'nd and atmosphere  dissolves the pellets .thus providing ,a  greater concentration to Die troublesome  undergrowth without danger lo surrounding areas.  iri  meeting  Freight Train  (lelling a rough "i-itJB on Freight  Train, Will Gir^nd managed to stay  at least partially in control for a ftill  143 second's to take second place to  Wendy Hosier in tl*Te buckling 'bvGnp  event at Pender* HarDonr on Sunday.  Temperature was 84 in the shade fqr  the Weekend show which attracted a  ���ye'r-y good, crpwd.  JVp, cost deal  Council reactivates plans  for centralization project  jwylkAA^'  the hosj)i|al- 22 ox-  i'J, acule i-aru hurls.  RATEPAYERS  "Sunshine 'Coast liogional Hale|iayi-i'S  Association has scheduled ils first regular  Public Meeting for 7.IJ0 pm .Inly 'Mb hi  the Wilson Creek Conmiiintly Hull, Ques-  lionu  will  be rlisciisscd  us  siihinillud  in  Ihu briof presentud to the  All  welcome.  tugional Hoard  "Tin! |iii|iiilii:d ilrlvnr  III!   WllOfl)   IS   lllll   Wlllht  NO  MERCY  Aulo accident Inlalilics increiiKcd llic  I'ii'Hl riniirliir ul ,,11171, Allnrnoy-nunural  laiis I'nloi'soi) nl ill lis lil)';'l( liivi||vnil'r|rliiMnil  (Irlvdrsa lie wnriiH,  w|io clliiilm luililiiil  kind of ilrivmr ninl run usiiccl nn innny  In lhe ciiiirtH nl IIV,    ���-"  RpAP WORK  Itulli ciiiiiii.'lli. um nwiiilliig iinlvul ol  liiivhiH ruiilriii'iurii In urijijr lu gnl ruml  work ciiiilnil mil. A niihu'liuillal piivlun  i.-iirill'iii-l   Ik  m'lii.iliilnd   Inr  (llhsoiis   mul  MH||1!  ll.'H|il!l    Wlll'k   III  Hi:i'l|i:ll    (llllVlll   llllll:,)  In -Hiii'liull   will  lie iillf'il ,iiii"i)iiuii nn llic  ciiiilrachirs nrrlvu,  FATALITY  Ai|u|hi:r. Iilnhwiiy' I'liliilltv ni')|iiv"l|li|!  I'niill'iMila HoluL (libniiiih Cycllsl Ii'iimIiii ii1  Ai-ler I'yl," of. lhn Vancouver nrna, wnn  In rollli'loii wllli n Iriii'k nl npiii'iiKlninhilv  It'll) inn hml fin!ini|ny ,|ji|y ll-Hli, I'oIhii  .iiiu  liivimligiilluit rii'cii|iiiilniii'i!H, '-  COUNCIL, ol Sechelt has again shaken  the motJihiUJs out of (Is plans to ex-  lend the Village offices in order, to pro-'  - idr accommodation fur various governmental depdilmentb uicludint* Judge's  dl'.imbris mid couit loom  Tlio ptoir-cl ht|s l*ecn op Iho hppJss  since last Yfm whpn it wab lpdlcalpfj  the i?,ni|gu and a nnmbpi of ulligi flPMMif-  liienls were seokingjiaK and Ijti''''")' ^iiH''-'  jers, Ihey are presently Ificalorl a|mve tjip  J"*iib1 Office block. Ifollowii'ig (a'rirrefjpphd-  pnee wjlh l|ie office of |he AJIprney aeii-  eral a lenhilive ienl proposal was f-fj'pred  Council. This, Council decided, would  over a period of li|ue pay for the biiijd-  ipg addition. Tlnis' Co|inci| qlfjees and  other official bodies would all'be centrai-  i/.cd in one, a.llraclivu building apd al  little or no actual cosi lo tlie local taxpayer,  \  I'rnliminiiry plans were submit led by  a lin:al coiilniclor wilh an UHllin|il.erl price  ill' ^111,1)1)11 Hiiicu Hint lime.-, InlcrcHl has  bcuhun lhe wain;. .  Aldeiniiin aloe llciiiior revived lln:  plans .al lns.1 iiio'.'iiii'n, .Inly lilsl by asking  wlial  wpi'o llm lalciil (|ovii|o|iiu��iils,  Muyur Hwuln nald that ul lasl njni|Unu  if hail hiHiu i|ncldi!il lhe n.sliiiiHiiin woulil  be iiioic Ihun Uio Villti|(i.> ciuild haudlo  wl|huiil iii|di'il rnViiniii!, 'i| wiih ihiji-el'iiro  dViiili!il lo liolil ui! I'm lliu Iiiiui I.iimuh.  Aid, l)i!iiiii!i' i|i|i|jiliiii)iul ihlii iiiiiicmmii  - In  lu.ilil, ol'  tin:  lin-1   lhe llniiiH'liili would  Im liik'nii cipi!. oi hy Iho" rii/iliilM^ '/ll  \mj  ||l|\'l'     IlialallhHirill,    Of    llllll,!!     ||!||||.     Ilii'll     |l     ill  linn,1  wu tiloppcil  I'liillliiK  Ihlults off nml  |iul iTiii'I'llill," Iin cu ill  lyiuyui tfwnln n.'plliiil Ihul Im JllliiMill  was licmi In piociicil but had mil wished  lu push hiu linnl iluii lo an cni'llor Indl'���-  niilliin hy ii|i|iiiii|iiii UhIiiiiuii iiimI hiiiiii  Hml ihey wian not loo knoii on !l>�� pin.  ppHiil, llnwiivnr, now thiii ininrnsi |s nvl-  .ilmil, lie Ih lur pilnliiiiH'iiIuiih wllli Iho  projecl., Aid.  f)n||iirun  uiilll   Im   wan  out  that   things   cannot   be   done   ovei night  and that he had  spoken to thc building'  inspectqr who had agieed to look ovei the  plans wilh the  idea of  finding ways o|  cpltmg cobts somewhat  i Aid Rrnn'ii lu-fijpdly infoi'incr], him  Dial the matlcr has i}Jip,|dv fa'&gftBit alnii^  Joi six mpiillis "Ihe nulsido arpas aru ^fi-1  pig aJiead aiul we sil here lwidrlhnj{ oi|f  thiinihs/' he added.  After. !'ur|.jicr discussion II was moved  ���by Aid. Ilenher nnd seconded by Aid. Qs-  lioniu that a Jul lor be supl lhe Departments invplved, logclher with plans, seeking assurances Ihal the offices will he  required and  rented.  ROAD WORK  Aid, Osborne reminded Council Ihal  Im |uid previously promised free use of  his ��� Vy;ll Cid  for clearing of slipups etc,  '��� bob pago A-B  MAYOl? Bill Swain at last meeting of  Sechelt Council stated he understands  from a-Gibsons alderman that there appears to be some diffieully in holding ,a -  meeting of the Airport Committee bpcause  the Gibsons members have, difficulty jn  gelling together with the Sechelt representatives.  Sechell representative 'Alderman Jpe  Benner replied thai he Jiad.tried for t|ip  past two weeks to get* together with Gibsons but lias been unsuccessful.  Copy of a letter sent to Hon. Bay Wjl-,  lislon regarding statement he made in p*-  letter, published in the Times recently,  was submitted to Council by a lpcal pro-  lest group. The Minister's comments were  in icgaid tn a proposed giavel operation  at Selma Paik  ���Mayoi Swam suggested the matter  would best be leit well alone al this lime.  Aid Ted Obltoine added thai the Rivlp  opeiation at Easl Poiprpse Bay appeal s  In bp gijing ul-.pi��d vgry, well, ''''fftey sbcit)  lo be ^qidjn^ ptfl p bip'fie fil|nos|, pypry  cjay npw mul'J woujd ijucss nhppf. l,fiQtl  |lips a  load.''  No actions  was  takpn  on   (he   leller  fi(iiii lhe K.tcl J-'ipdiug Group.  ,,j|pgardin(j[ 'need fpr a building iiispec-  lor to take.care of Village pernijlsj JViaypr  SWain stiid |ve lias disciisserl ijie fptjll-cr  wilh Mayor Ww'lly Pcicrsoii of Clihsoiis  and there is some ppssihilify a ship-it^,  arrajigeinenl: might be arriyerl a| between  Ihp I wir villages, '    ���        ,"' l  Thrui; small jslands in Victoria |u|r|H>|'  were niiined for officials of Iho ll|*dsnp's  IhiyCpinpaiiy in lilnglaud���- Peilly, Cp|-  villo anrl ..Murcns.  Who makes-decisions?  'f-KilVI I'll IINU  uf  n   niywlnry ��� nppi.iuri'' In  limilt over InlloiK Hochuli v|||n/(rr c|i:i|i  Tril iliiyiici  iinniiicil Cinnmll hu wnilo In  Iwo Incnl iiiii vice I'lulm innai'ilInK (hivi)|o|i-  miiiil ol' purl oi llncluill Park.,  Al iho .Iiiiio '���Mllh inoellnn In roply  lo ii iiiii.i.liiiji hy A|i|, .loo llcniiur, Mi,  lliiyiiiii' milil Iin hud wiillnn In llio Iwo  cliiliii but iiollhcr hml liolln.-rtid In reply,  Tl)ln, In lad, wnn liii'luilcil )n Iho inliiiilcn  ill Ihu iiiiiullii|(, ..������'���        ��� ��� i   ��� '��� ���  llinullmi a I'lipm  opponiiii  mil I'm'  a'f'l.-rl  In iho lai'liniiii! |iiiivlil|nn || will  lhn liiN|iayi.'i'n hm niui'li. 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Bay wlinrl' In Ion nninll alid  as 11 niHiill nil'iiw! |s IninlinihiM hi lillnr  Hid iii'iio. Ilu [iiim'cnlcil 11 -15 niilliin il|um  l-nplimii l|m i!Klnihi|rlioi|in:|iii|(| |,ypri rn- ,  ccphmlo,  Mnynr Hwnlp .mrIuiiI, \y||[) I'h' i,M��niii,)iii|-||i.i ',  I'm'  n'lipplyli'm   umlni|(i!  cnnliilimrn   jp' a  i(nv(jiniiiuiil wIjihI-, Im nniij hnwuuld ihlnk  H in |i!ii|ioMnlhl|||y of Hi.: Depl, ul |'i|h|iii  Wmlm iiiilnii- iliipi ('uiiiii,'!!,  Aid,  Humid  Nnimiir n/p-ftrnt^lhii!  ihl/i  Ih mi h,ul In m'il*,!|- In milvo Hm' problem  ol lllliir'1111 llm wlmrf i.'i*|ii'--|l luul'n|ini|'u|  iriiviHiiKly hi mipply nimli |i i!mi|ii|ni,-r,  hi mild |m would look. Into piinn||i||||y ,  "I ohhiliilnn 11 Iiiiui!!' 1I111111, ' ,  Acl Briefs  point  tho way     ��� ���  loacllonl        "\\  III Today's Chshlllaiti-  r)a7faannauaVM,nn<,n#,MTm>n���nnrfH,r,nn^r,nnnnftn(,(<n/,nr^  ���IIIITAH limp,, "III Willi. I'linailiiin mmln.  ^ (loud cmidjlipn, pit,  IH*00*i0**00'*0*0tfin*M*wyutwHinrmiwf0i^^  ��� llipiiii C|rii,',|||uiJi( |W(),.|, ���v0, 'JM)(\ houum  -....���.(���IP^ilO^rjofPtffi),:-- ��� - ' -- ~y-' -  ��� l.niin-'i ('liii,!.|||(!i|�� no,, If I in iho lioipu/, ; ,  ii'H'on I'lwf);., /.jmrt}.-, 0.1 in nilvriiK,,  ��� 'llmm, C|(ii.h|||iiii|4 pm (ow-i.oi.1, hloli fi6i��iiii/  laolim lonin,,  (JJ  1,  '.7  hu  I  If  'J  ���';*���  a-     4  .*J  "f;.  H  1/  v  il  .V  Jt :  y  llllillll lul*.Mi'<��a.J *HVV'+'*il4...Jfc,iU<l~lJmi...i-,0n.Hill<��"i'-.:r^ .|i!Ulill.���4lJU4-|l��lit,��llvwJlHJ*i!U��:^4il��trMM��i*M'*���*��*l*��i��,--  nmiiinl  wim Hiniiini 11 iuuiihh pi'iiy "ii  ih"  ('lii-iii'li/ilui wlimi him liniih'il IJiIh Im  pnly ill, 7 piik on N11I111 $ny I oyunlnu  u/ili)|( livn Iniiniip bull,  ... j,-yr- ,��(,)ni1r,j im,*] ppcir* iiprTiupiii 1  IIM'll! 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II  wnn dcrldrd cjIhI of 11  paved ppiiri   wnn liuyoinl iicopii of  llm  Phono flqS.9<JS4  PllOflO llflfil O|��0|f SiiiifJoy/ cfo����|f|ofl  *        iu����-^v��^nUi>V*^  *^0^m^^+~A*1**��t-*.***0****-***-*+'*���*���*  ^*ft*000* **tm 0*.**   000+*  ^^te-fofc^ftl-i  lAlll^^ 4Js^��.fK>*  *   0**���m.*   m  40   m *���**��� ��lha** 00*^*0m>  m***>0++/*n+ ft*** *kj* ** *.** 0��'0** *****  *Jm, *.,**/��*.+. 0**0 *0***.m. ->���������   0m,0m*M  *.*-*  I*    a��. i~.00.00*   I  A fe&t ,-- .     _ - . ..���-���*-..���*���-���.-������������ .>><*-   ���  .   .    .���.., N . *,.,...,:,,���:   ��� ���  ���W"J  '  ���*   i  -   i  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, July 28, 1971  ii^n)MMM��iw��tiiaia;iMn>iw����i��  Th j; PeninsulaT^^  -1 mpy be wrong, but I shrill not be so wrong <is to/fl/|-*0~sflyS.-/tTJt-^  \  -., ��� ���.''.'������ ���jQUt-TATKlNa)  DOUOLAS 0-,WflRPl.E^ Editor        '''���.."'"'      .  tiaaaW��im��Mi��mi��iia.��i.,..i.|,..-^���, ,.n..^.,- f" ���V - f I   " 1r'I P>ll ialllrMM-M<rMll|iMMMMI<M��<IWHIWWMMaa'MIIMI��>lirimnririli1|-irfl^,>'1  Letters la the Editor ore the opinions af readers, and not necessarily those pf The News.  A  iiom-tie-plutne may be used for publication, bin all originals runs, be signed by the wirier.  at urgency  Editor, The Times, .   .  .'. Sir; It would seem obvlo"us from the  enplaned popy of a letter signed by. Hon.  Isabel Biiwspp that we eitlwir have some  . , hanHy^panky    in connection    with  our  ATTHE Jocnl government levels conn, very quickly ��nd one of theVbrtjfht W .ggg&iI^J^JTcto "mJin ��S  . oils and purticularly Regtonitl Board, days, Conned will learn that tlie boat has QW vc,,..y. qi^eiy elected member in Vic-  it is common practice to blame the slow    sailed and the land is no longer avajl-    toria. is mis-int'ormed on the actual facts  moving wheels of provincial departments  for long delays in finalizing project plans.  Certainly, in most cases, there is  justification for laying blame upon the  laborious machinations of provincial government, in fact there are times when  one wpuld have good cause to assume  the'departmental head dealing with a  particular milter, has turned up liis  hies and departed this world  able. Already the timber has fallen into    involved, I. sincerely hope that the latter  other��� handstand this could have been    Is the ease,  Council's free and for the asking just  a few years .ago.  At the present time an opportunity  ' exists whereby it will be possible to  construct an addition to the village office with accommodation for Judge's  court and chambers, probation office^  md other governmental departments.  However,   this'  does   not   provide  ,      Jh       ff, , ,s   j      ,   d   .h        , d,.  grounds tor smugness at the local level  for there are times when a "don't rock  the boat" attitude results in items being  left on the agenda month in and month  out. It. is only wheii a new alderman  gets curious or an older .member: suddenly wakes up that they are revitalized,  This type of situation, to large extent,  is entirely dependent upon the clerk who  in many instance's' is able to find a variety ol* reasons for constant delay should  it suit his purpose and, providing aldermen .are sufficiently apathetic. It is also  a situation which exists mainly in the  smaller, less progressively motivated  Council chambers.  Unfortunately,' when this attitude is  predoininent in a council, the entire community suffers in one way and another.  As a typical example in Sechelt we have  the sorry saga of Block 1472, some one  hundred' and sixty acres plus adjoining  properly, totalling almost three hundred  acre.-- all together. This land has, for several years, been -earmarked for public  recreational use. _.  The 1 hues has, over the years, attemptedto instigaie a little activity on  the part of councils in order to obtain  a firm hold on il I'or future park development. Half hearted negotiations have  heen initiated but never concluded. Logging rights to timber that, at one time,  could have been Council's I'or the asking,  were* permitted to go to a local flogging  contractor. Mis contract has since been  extended to 1472 and meanwhile sonle  murmuring is taking .plaice regarding  taking some action to get a firm Jiokl: pii,  the property.  Circumstances   and   policies  change  TONF. of the brief submitted by the  , Sunshine Coast Ratepayer's Association to the Regional Board was, we  would think, loud and clear���'���empire  building and arrogance at the expense  of the public we do nol need."  It is too bad the actions of the Board  have  been such  that ratepayers of the  Sunshine Coast  have  had to reform  in  order to combat this latest form of local  government. In concept Regional Boards  are excellent but like many other institution.*   success   is   dq">endenl   upon   lhe  human element,  Put the right men  in  office  anil they can prove un asset to  llic   unorganized  areas.  Allow, through  apathy, individuals lo assume office by  aceliiniaiion'iiiu) ihe vyhole organization  might   well  become   a   prodigous '(."lamblike, There are, of course, Times when  ,n person is of such a calibre that he is '  relumed hy acclamation because ol his  obvious ability but this, we woulil nug-  . gesi, is a rare phenomenon.   ., ,'   .  Ceiininly the ratepayers huvo good  cause I'or alarm Ihey are the people whp.  . have Id pay the shui for any cosily whims  or expensive mistakes "lhe^ Board mighl  Indulge in,'I,el us make no mistake or  gel mislead by Mibierfuge, mlsiakes are  ���iniide and have been miide. The present  I unci ion of zoning is but one,  This   poorly  connived     vehicle  of  control   hiis "already   creaied   problems  1 - Hud expense I'or people dh,e lo iiisiil'l'lvienl  . prcliiuluai'y   hludy.   People    wilh   coni-  nu'iviii!   pTVsx'i'lli's  linve  suddenly ills'-  covciyd Ihey iv^e hi a 'Residential I urea  iihd ill order lo carry "on wllli deyelopiiieiii  , pliuiH liiive luul lo go lo great ii'inible-In.   *nff-   -'  i     "n/r  ����'*��!'''��� ,h> huw llii'lr properllo-i ,-ezoned,    WllHUle   JVleSSage  I his   is  ii  sllualloii  (lesljiied  I'or  yenis  of jcvuiiipliiH now Ihal ii ihus been pul  llllo  efli-i'l,  I hiring lhe early  days of Wpnrii-  _., ���_ (i e^ rl. it rr t|f c* 5^<i ti t f i f? i>y f n \V"; * vi�� *.> K pv? r i o i !<��<���;< f ���~ ** ��r > r- p^ i 11^ 11���n i*> i��* i * f i ih" " i^** *vrr*r* ri.ri I ^ 1��v ~ *��� f * * i 11AV r^  plniiiu-r from llic niovlhelul planning,,of- ,, J'eopU' liininie, cnniininii!. ulin, Tlih, Is  lice wns, nl lln* .disposal of'lhe Board. I'V-eliiHy iiu��* iii Hu- pifsniu I'.-iihuy, <.iliiuii^  I-'or hoiiic unknown reason he did, ihu- nml divny In iill liioiuul we t\tit\ ThVii-' iim> w\i\e  i please members of ihe planning commit-, 'ilili'iiin "wlili-h 'nwr .Vliimfo**, 'Minium ijcnl for  MiV, VICloilll. Ill Older Hi plCllse ��� lliis Inve iijnl run* nlwiiyit rdnllllUiyi, 'llir wotbl Mill  ,.!l!!,."i1,.l.ll!l.l.,t'.nL1!!11! W!"' ii"I,h'i'(1^IhT|j    imtlt Um liijiluiT of Imi", lil'ii, mul urn-.l,  "  which eniiM- war nml* 'uniiisi, ciinl's jut-Mh'-.i  '/<lff "1 vr'lil'rtfriWvllli'f-" 7i'l^  nevr ccuir,' *'l ove will never conn- to an i-iul,"  "lli-iii- mn ,ili,ii!i- ililniOi wlileli Ihm for (ivr-ii  hilili, liopo, uuil lovi", hiil lln- Hii'iili'M ul' ilii'in  nil H |ovo." ,J|�� Iiiih lovi-il iin will) hi,ieli lovi',  ninl whiii'i-vrr hnppi'im, lovi- llku llii will n'wrr  i'i'iim- In lliu lovi- lh* lui'i miyi'il ninl n-ilr-viin-il  llii 'finm hlii, "C'lulsl illml I'm un wlilli- wis mmi  caied to Council that they require larger  quarters than they presently occupy. It  hiits been agreed that a centralized location for the departments would prove a.  desirable arrangement and the Attorney  General's Department has already indicated it is prepared to pay a reasonable  rent. Therefore, such a building project  will enhance the village, prove a convenience to the public and virtually cost  the local taxpayers nothing. Over a period of time it will be paid for by way of  the rentals.  But for the stand of one alderman  last week, this project would have been  dropped and forgotten until too late.  Now, at least, some action has again  been set in motion.  Another important project which has  been completely ignored is that of a  future parking area within the village.  A few years ago it,did not seem too inn.  portant although it was obvious a problem would eventually present itself unless action was taken. It was not and today we have an acute shortage of parking  space in the shopping area. The new shopping centre Has helped "considerably but  with the vast increase each year of motor  vehicles pouring into the community'we  are now in the position Gibsons was two  or three years ago. In fact, while Gibsons has been able to establish some additional parking areas,** lack of vision in  the now distant past has created a problem difficult to remedy without colossal  expense.  Sechelt should start thinking now,  otherwise we will end up in _ the same  situation. '       .  t We,  'ifled secretary treasurers,., a building in-*  spector, n works superintendent, a plnhr  ner and sundry staff���so far. . .  As a contrast although���Powell  River loo has a Regional Board. It does  not have one full time staff member. Administration is carried out on a part time  basis by ihe municipal secretary treasurer. It has no planner, and 1niili.|ing inspection is also looked after by the municipal' inspector, Any office work required is also carried out on a part lime  basis by municipal office staff.  Naturally, lhe population of the  Powell River Regional District is somewhat smaller than-that of the Sunshine  Coast bul a function is a function whellier  il Involves 200 people or 2,000,  ":;'���-,'..It1 is therefore clear that' lhe Powell  River Regional District, apart from a  very limited part lime slill!, has dim-.  hinted lhe need for ils own offices and  has no renjion to purchase equipment  and elaborate office furniture, Which all  adds up fo efficiency at minimum cosi  h> lhe taxpayer, l-'iiriher, if one district  is able io operate in such a manner, ihen  others have lhe sanie oppoiitinliy,  When it is considered ihal here, in  n relatively small area, we have a School  "Hoard, Iwo councils and n Regional  Boiiiil, all wilh there own cquipnicni  aiul Board rooms, Muff etc, -ihen ll is  high lime lhe lax paying public raised  lis voice lo nsk^'ViuHl whnl soil (if nonsense Is Inking place",  Under the-circumstances-apd through  the good graces of your paper, it is possible to have the Regional Board release  for publication at the earliest possible  moment, a copy of their letter tp Mv,  Williston of his department signifying  their reversal of opinion in the matter,  since (heir approval was voiced in 1970?  I am not in the habit of making a.  lot of noise about nothing, but 1 feel in  this particular Case there is the greatest  urgency to do anything possible to stop  'this abortion of our wooded hills. It ���  would seem_.tp-..me there is plenty of gravel  in the Fraser Canyon if these people are  really Intent on pulling hillsides apart.1  The open pit wouldn't look-nearly as bad  up here if it "has to be".  I have riot written the Regional Board  on this matter as I feel that more power  can be applied by ydutgelves than by any  individual, "  I WQUld deeply regret having a permit  issued on a technicality such' as-the one  Mrs. Dawson mentions���no reversal of  opinion," letter. Please do your utmost  on this" majtter, your co-operation is greatly appreciated.  LAWRENCE H. GRAFTON  Letter from Mjs. Dawson to Mr. Grafton July 18, states:  t Thank you for your letter dated June  15th w.hich arrived during my absence  from the office.  I do appreciate*"* you \Vriting me on  this matter and letting me have your  \fiew.s.  Tlie Regional District Board gave approval in principle in 1070 In this project.  I understand they have since notified  Construction Aggregates of a reversal in  their decision. However, to my knowledge  lhe Minister of Lands, Forests and Water  Resources, Honorable R. Williston lias not  received sueff a reversal as yet. However, I am meeting with the Director of .  Lands shortly and will then be able lo  ascertain where tlie project stands at the  present moment. ���  Rarely would the Department go  against the decision of a Regional Board  ���it is up to the Board to make the decision one way or the other. Of course,  you do realize, we have no jurisdiction  over the Indian I/and, /is this comes under  the Department of Indian Affairs.  What a future  Editor, The" Times, '   '��� '  Sir: One of the strangest paradoxes  of North America is'the weird "love affair" between many of our young students and the seventy-seven year old Mao  Tse-lung. '  On one hand, our young revolutionaries claim to want "liberation of the individual," Mao offers a racist military  dictatorship which liquidates-or imprisons  dissenters and  ''revisionists."  While the young Maoist- claims to bn  anU-military and ranM-flsta'blishmonl, his  little red book of lhe Thoughts" of Mao  Tse-tung tells him that: "Political power  comes out of lhe barrel of a .gun." JThi|-  young Muolst who demands lhe freedom  Pleasa Follow Smofcey �����  i%m'.  Always hold  matcliea till cold.  - Be sum to  drown All flrto.  Crush n||  omohes dead out.  OaNLV VOU CAM  fOilESf FIRES!  -Flvo "mlnuiQ iiiohh��uoh" hy Rov.  ll, 4, Willi ol qibHorm���  V, Till' I'l'KMAril'NCI', Ol' I.OVII,     ���  i to opt ont an^TTlonuiTowh t hing, seen^s*  uhawaVo of Mao's program of forcibly  sending millions of young-people from  ilie cities to wnrk in the countryside so  that they might be converted into "peasants!"      : '  .- While our young Maoist 'demonstrates  against "racism" in. his'own country, his  hero Mao commits genocide against the  minority in Tibet, Sinkiang and Outer  Mongolia. While they demonstrate outside  ��� military installations and try to ban military training programsi they appear unperturbed that the Red Army pf China  plays the major role in-controlling the  country-and  its people. ���-....**  Finally, while soap-boxinfe about "censorship" and "freedom of the press-" the  North, American Maoist has been- brainwashed by Mao's narrow provincialism  which forbids the reading of anything -bin  Maoist   and   Marxist-Leninist   literature.  These then, are the simple-minded, unreasoning robots whose number continues  lo grow on our campuses and high schools  ; and in whose hands our future rests.  God preserve us frum their naievity and  ignorance,  '  '*��������������� PATRICIA   YOUNG  WHY WOT fiWAWCE THROUGH YOUR CREDIT UNION?  Air Interest rates are iow  -k Ternts are reasonable  i( There are NO penalty charges in yjeut*. contract  dV Most loans are life insured ^  Cnll Us  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Sechelt-  ��    Phone 88S-9551  Port Mellon  Credit Union  Gibsons  Phone 886-2833  Rayon blankets  catch fire too fast  AN independent product -testing organisation*"** reported  recently that blankets' containing 35 per cent rayon  catch fire in, one second when  exposed to a flame.  The report comes nearly  four years after the U.S. Congress extended flammable  fabrics laws to include bedding. Indications are that the  commerce department is more  than a year away from issuing  regulations to implement the  congressional   mandate.  ^Consumei-s Union, publishers of Consumer Reports  magazine, said in telegrams  from its Mount Vernon; N.Y.,  headquarters that tlie rayon  blankets it tested caught fire  four or five times as fast as  all aery lii-   blankets.  Woolen blankets did nul ignite at all when a lighted  mah.'h was dropped on them,  said   Consumers   Union.  Consumers Union has been  criticizing rayon-blend blan-  ���l>els since lOtf-i^and last year  advised people not to buy  h-lankels wilb "more than fit)  per  cent  rayon.  But   in   the   latest tests,   the  organization      said      blankets   -  with 'Ji) per cent rayon ignited,, ,,  just   as  fast '��s   b'aVikels. willi "  more  than fiO per .ceot raypn-, ,  This    time    Conumers    Union  warned    against    buying    any  blanket containing rayon. The  organization   noted   that   federal      law     .requires      fabric  .maimers   lo   list   fiber   content-  on labels,  1'resent U..S. fereral, standards for flainniahilily of .'fabrics, ' which apply only lo'  clot lies, are based 'm a IIIIY,1  law banning arlii.iles which  catch fire hi less Hum lour  or   five   seconds.  In   .10(17,   Congress'  lold   tho  CiiDitnenii!. J~*u|>iirlm��nl. Io.uk-  ' lend    rnv'.'i'tij-i!    lo    blankets,  budding, Hleitpwi.-iir, uiul hoiiiu >  furnishings,   , ,., ,,   .,  ,  .. The departmopt Ihjiow con*  shloi'lng roguluUoiis which  would apply lo hliuikuls mul -  tre.so.'i, iuu.1 children's slmip--'  wi'iir. bu). no new nrllcle -li'iia  been covered .ynl, Mliuidiu'ds  foi- i-ni'piilN and rugs ai" 1''l|��i- ,  jluliid to go hilo olTuf'l April'  III,  Tlm  JncU   ul, iicllon   liy   Ihu  dbpiirlmciil    ban    hcmi    I't'lH-  Hl'/ed,   by   Hm   Nnlliiiiiil   "loin-   (  , mission' on    Prodm-i   Huffily,  mid   Honalfi ' ('niiimnrcn   Cum-  .inlllni!   (,'hnlnniui,   Wiii'i'iui   G,  Miiguumiii    <l>)    ol    Wiinhll|l'-  ',!*'"*��� ,''-' .   ,    ;  Tho ,ih!|)fii'lnici)l coiiili,iiidn  that Xmlinlnil .Jiriilu'limm In  In ilocliling Hut fliiinmiihlllly  mI' a l'/ibrlo In t*oinplli'*il��'d hy  Iho lank of 'I'uiniilllii/I dalu  to provn ihal mi "iinroiiHuii-  iihlu rinlt". '.u'IhI'Ii ����, li|'"<'h  fled  In  llm' law.  \t0mwmmffi*W&m^^  '*.F|,''|^^*���"  J  r  s:  JULY 28th-AUGUST 7fh  15V2 oz. shatterproof  bottle. Mfg. suggested  retail price $2.49  WESTERN'S PRICE  0  0  nJ  *<mL0f.*imw'\W9in*mmt0,0*0*nimmMw*v+*  your family pharmacy  Trail Bay Centre  SECHEL.T  , Phono 005-9033  Sunnycrest Plaza  GIPSONS  i ,  Phono 006-7213  is^^-***--?*^  j-Jk )WrtHia<niiiW1Hlih*lii Dm mm^��V0^00*^fti��mmli*0**  *   < v"N  <atova**i&000H0*\  cnmi pinipii'i' hul hi* iiii) proven iiuuui  JlllJilyjii^ct'i'liiini|uiirh*r.-.,iiniLilic~lhiunl���.,  di*ijfli*d io niipliiy ils own pliiniicr w|io,  ll Vt iissuni^il, in nillicr iiuno viiilili',  ^ 'I lie Niuifililni* ('oiml Kc/'hinul Huiiid,  ul Inxpi'iyi't!, Vxpciii^", I'liiplwyfi hvo (piiil-  The Pr*mmvhA^MrHe^  ���v~--���-|*jjhH��li<i(l We.flnMtUyfMfrWhfiU  on Jl.C.'fl tinmiiino Com   i  uy ,      '  iSrclivIl I'orilfDinln Tliwo* l.id,  . Ilox m/ftoclioll, JJA  lh>ii%iii��<!,iy^ ty  WiilMcilpllon I'rilcdi (In ixlvmico)  I y��..r, $5 - ** Vci.r-1, SO - 3 Yem, $13  ���lJ.fi, and I'nroliin, $.1,50'  Hfivlnn Hi" firfft frpm I'ort Mellon to Kgmtm't  fllowfi Hontvl to iml�� tnl��t)  +00m0th*0mr$0.++0h**A* Hftun^n *0.i*m****'>**npim&Mm0��  y.-r-NiiMit'ii,"-"lilt love; win. Ihm rnr_rumiliyi  "rlhVlt, '  ������ Tlm fli'Hl nlciiiii .Vl'iirml lo iippnwr on  Ilia Mrllliih Ciiluinblii I'iiumI win Um lliul-  *iirrn*ff~l*nyT'(:nmi')nny riiiflilltr^wliiiiiliii'"  Jlwuvur, Him w��f�� Iiulil In Irfmdnn If) IHUfi  lilul rl/[!l'*'l nil a hi'lg, ,MI��* milled 'irtiuiid  lhe lloni and wnn I'llp-il wilh I'lighinii id  /''ml V/UM'"Vf'i', flbf' wuh -vi'i-iiImmI iit'llm  , nii|i��iicii In Viui��;iiiiv<ir Jliirhoi' In IIlllll7v."  0.  AUGUST 21st to SEPTEMBER 6th  V  ''.���'���'        ...."'.' ,  |l>^a*Ua-,l^P.W.lMa��|.||aa��|*1|  00^0*10 >W^^^t^>aa*lW|aaW|P^*IH<��lllf �����* l^%ltaM<��aaa^��*IWaa>a��^aaaa��*lt*��l>a>��a^W��l^  'I  -|,-  .���   ���  -.\.'*:.-: ;-yA_  Waaaa-aaW^aa^W���tfaH^li W^i^llH^plajyB  * *.- f . *. , %. ���i^'kri  ���-7WWC  -   travel trailers apd! mPtor . hctnfies. plenty    The Peninsula Time? page A-3  ���of  passing vPPm,*,-      ' J Wednesday, July 28, 1971        '  7���I3e ex^reipely careful with "fire.. Do    r-*"*"-* - *~-���r~'-   : *   RECQRD   numbers  of   persbns  are^ex-    not build   wy'sfirt  Pf  fii'e  in  an   un-    C|ose contact should be avoided  peeled   to, visit  national   parks   this  . ventilated or poorly ventilated space. Al-    Cl��!l1J��^{$$alene  and avoid fast*  yea,    and.that   means    many  first-time     way* ^fteKf fll* it .out by throw- . rwni^^d "ffi ^^'^aJSi.  UM��b'those fh-st-timers-as we,, as for     In iZ'tSS?' *W "/���*&***-    ^4^'�� ^'f^ '^^  experienced hands-lite B.C. Automobile T* , -'"-.J-     .��� '���    '    .       t ..'       __j^J^m^^L w^er area.  Association oilers these'safely tips: ..,.rLel.Park ^9"^^ -?o   not   Over-exert   yourself.   Take  Safe motoring  > -I  facilities, unusual weather and camp area ftf',S ^ M' ^ m!^"**^ e**- BQAA says that first-aid facilities are  co-nd.il ions, wildlife and oi her foalurr.s.' umnmg. available at eveiy nalipiujl pip;U, and lhat  ���Drive carefully.  U.<> ,slowly and   be ��� Watch  children  closely so they do rangers are trained to fpeijt virtually any  prepared  to  stop   for-.animals." Be   alert "ot -venture into dangerous areas or be- emergency, visitors nu^ht-enpuunter.,,  fur natural hazards,-such as loose rocks. f'P.me lost..                                                                       . ������: ���-?.���t^-t*������  Guard against becoming captivated by-die ���Do not Jittenipt to hand-feed or pet - In 1825. James -JDouglas, as a Hud-  scenery when at lhe wheel. And give any wild*ani.ma|s, "Oute" bear^ and other son's Bay Company clerk, was paid U>0  large   vehicles   such   as. -logging   trucks, animals   are   highly���' unpredictable-,   and . a year.,                  "        .'   ���  Busy Side-walk  Sechelt Girl Guide Association, Book  and Bake .Sale on lhe side-walk in  the main slreel did a brisk business .  all day as-jouris-ls-sloppoil by lu select,  books., for ���summer reading nn Iho  'beach Guides look turns to help LA.  members and the annual event was  declared a great- success*''  Minute "Message  LIVING   FO.R   CHRIST  I .AST   wi-ek   1 --(iTPTitioned   lhat   we   need  to live I'or flu isl Tif.it i.-< a tall order  sonu-o-ui- niight ."-ay l{i;all.v,"whal uii need  bi know i-- thai iu living Die Christ tun life  the sijiinl'icuot i-lemenl is aJJuwhig God to-  live in j-iiii' and Ihroimh you. Slu.i.y tjala-.  liaris----'(i lor a inoiiunt. "I am crucified  Willi Clni.-^l Ni.-veillu'lrss ,1 live; yet not  1, but <.'hi isl hcelli in me. And the life  which I now Iim- in Ilu- flesh, Kino by  tlie I'uilh of Ihe a-Witti of (..I'mI, who ft-ved  ine and ua\e IIiiu.mII' for inc." We can  ualk liy fa it.11 hern and Iwnc the privilege  lo use lhe riches of Christ I'or our slrenRtli  in this warfaie and for lhe (dory ol liml.  Notice in John lhe |ii.irliayail of' .Jesns  Christ.  In verse 31 we see thai lie came from  heaven iind Ibid h,e is. above all He is  nol a ciliated being as. we'are. However  lie wa.- willing to become as we are and  humbled himself How great is Cod tn  ��� ;dlow Ills ypu lu leayu hcayeu ..lhat .u.ien  and woiiu-ii mighi be u-slmed io Himself,  further in I be same chapter \\ e are lold  Ihal the i-'allaier has given all iliing.-- lntu  Jesus Chi isl'., haiul Whellier ynu are or.  are not a Christian il is well lu icmcmher  Ihal we can a> I-. ol I'hilst Ihal which  we ba\e need and He will give thai which  we rei|iiiie nnlii u.-. Do not neglecl so  great a sukjilinn. which (ii'id has pin-  \ided in t'liiiM This old world is passing away A new il.iy is almosl here However remember lo serve lhe 'living and  ascended   Hmd   Jesus'   Christ   today.  H    Ai.-I.AHY  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tolpphpnei 885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912  SECHELT, B,e, GIBSONS, BaG.  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   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  deafer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDERS   (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  ��� CUSTOM HOMES - PREFAB HOMES  High Quqlity , . . Reasonable Prices  Buy  a   Package and  erect it yourself,   or  get  our professional help.  GARDEN BAY, B.C. - Phono  Evei.  883-2723  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Paris - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  .885-2812 or 885-9979  Despite   Ihu   old   saying,   the.   fuel ' is  tlml  il   is  ni.-viT bio cold  tin snow.  BICYCLES  N'MM*H'*aa��w*.-w��f��a��*in<>^^  IWUSfflWI  GIBSONS . . .  WW  PllfRMSS.  U  lit  )\s%\  BICYCLES  SALES 7 REPAIRS - PARTS - TIRES ETC FPR  .v:   uic:yc"i.es -Minis r MeTO eYcm,J  nail Quick Pick of Cyelo Solos & Sorvlcos ot tho  RENTAL SHOP - Phone 885-2848  IF PICK CANT FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW  -���   i '  4  i'l.!, IKIC'JI'P,   Wmninu  "'i"inu hvyunrinu  iiii>l    (i.iirai!    Iriiujiiriijd    (imi    bnili'ilily"  H C   Pjlm Cluhslliiii.  ���  STARRING;.,  Condia: Don.ir.-ii, I'lilor'-ilinus-, ninl    '  Pnnnlif'"iMihunro.  WEDNESDAY ond THURSDAY,  '     July 28 ond 29 of 0 p.ijn.  pnmm\ mmut um m mm i m imwi m won i i i i imi "~it 1 ~ i ���'   BLASTING  (aHiii) Wililm unil I'l/n-ihl Siiihi.-iluiii  FRIDAY, SATURDAY luul SUNDAY,  July 30, 3) nnd Aiifjinl 1 ut U |i,ni,  lai ni* iiiiwaaaaaaaana���iwuiiiiilaia I mm waaiuM iaaaaaaii��iaalwawaaaaaai aaaaawaaaaawwaiaa.  controlled blasting  all Work insured  FREE ESTIMA1 fcb  FRED DONLEY  Pendor Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  .-    ,     -   For, Expert Blasting  TREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emerson  R.R. 1, Sochejt, B.C,  BRl!^^  A, 5IMPKINS  Pox 517 - {tacholl, B.C,  Phono 885-2)32  i^yfihr -i.in -1 '.ii,��i'i iii>  .   ' ,I|H4M.  I't,      J i -il"|  * M'" i *���  #M   MYKA   .  i|!^NRir)c,i  M-Al'R'IIIGi-  Rildllirl Wt'l' b, H"h I'11"' lll'|l M'1" Wi .1  Rl'ill'ir IIP V/oiiiimi "MmIt ������iii.HnMlvii  illiiluiiun, !.ui'ii|ii'ahvi/' 'Mdiji'1,, iiiiiiM.-  Iiiiiiiiiiii'li! nml laWiinilini"  lir;, iiiinCliinMlii'i  j/��oriPAr,ji��ii5nA*'.��'...v!j;^,.*!M.isJ^.t.-  Allflllll'?,   *   "ll<l  4  Ml   ��  ('.Ilia  N^XT WE13K  "2 MmIui lor SU��or Sornh"  COMING  WmIiIi fv�� TlMii'i Hifoi Movie* ���  "(HI CAHIM<"M'A��S*H"  "MiMOI)0l,l,y"-"IOYI ST^��Y"  "HAflHOOJ -iHICUIIVfc"  J a, p MASONRY  All .Typus Ol Slonu WutU  AIsi-i HrlcKs niul Hl'ncks  Ro-iiilonlu.il nml CoinmqrciMl  MOW   Mini   Oil I   UllllilllHJ'.  Phono 886-2231  Box 259/ Gihsons, B.C,  BUILDERS   ,||U|lplN0 CONTRACTOR  A liniiMiti iiiiiI l'i" (''ib-* Imh bul  (.ii|IVi:||l|iHMll I lOUlllMI  Coll 003-2746  B.n, 1,M��i4.i��rnl-flrh(��,C,    .  COR ZUIPRMA  Inr AH Yoiir Rhnnynllon**, Rupnlifi  tp\t\ C(i|iln��l WmiK. ���  Phono 005-2135  PIohbqI  Only ynu KiDHy K  PREVENT 'is^^-  FOREST  FIRESL  mm0mm0m*mmmn*'rmi.����i'.'���"��mm"���'',*mm'"'*"m  ~J    **���  "EASY LOG" VACATION HOME  CONTACT  Vince Brocewell at  886-7720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.  For Horizontal, Vertical True Log Building by  CANADIAN LOG STRUCTURES LTD.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 88*6-2642  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  fcl: 886-293B or 885-9973  Cnll Us For Your Disposal Needs  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  ContuuiGis Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - industrial and Marine Wiring  Llafclric I leal - Line Work  Phone 886-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free list imates  Phone 886-7477 - Gihsons, B.C.  MORSES  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call  FREE ESTIMATES  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Ciit oil sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber and Plywood. We deliver on tbe  ��� Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.;  Phone Vancouver; 321-2388 - Local: 886-7036  ' OCEAKSlpi FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet 'Uni|s Aro All Preflinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ~- Bench, Av��, Roborts Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2551   ���-^--a��� L--  CONCRETE   NORTH COAST CONCRETE  Foundat ions - Driveways; elc.  Alf Hbrpor Office 883-2240  Madeira Park Res, 883-2223  JIM McKENZtE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiring and Major  "'"'Appliance Repairs  .    PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelf,  B.C.  RETAIL STORES  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Wiring Supplies -  Electric  Heat.  Sechelr - Phone 885-2062  Servihi] Ibo Sunshine Coast for a quarter century  FUEL       "        ~~ ~~  ANADIAN  ROPANE  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cemont-Grpve'l, Drain Rack, eic,  Box. 89, Modolra Pa'k  Phone 883-2274  L & H SYYANSON LTD,     ,'  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Snn<| nnd GMivu! - Hnckhoos  - PHchlno - |"xpnvfli|<>n��  OFFICE IN BENNER I3I-OCK  885-9666, Boh  172, Socholt, B.C.  Land Clem lug. Land Dovoldproont -  Road Building, Road Work  Cnll       , ,   ,  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  IJqk |B9, Socholt, H,C,  ,. Phona, WQ-9767    ,  ��� PHONE BB5-9B5Q  : RON'S CONTRACTING      -  Cliuulnu - fi��crivn||uiiN   Rnnd MiilldliiQ  fiimllnn ��� Fill - Rnijil Grrivul ��� Ciiii.bnil l(n��.k  Serving the Sunshinp CQQst y/ith reliable and  economical Cooking, IJeating and Hot Water,  .... mm, --stimAtes,,,  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESrSO-DEALER  Phone 683-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FALARON FARM  Excellent  facilities available for- boarding and  riding ypur horse.  *  Individual Paddocks- *  Lighted Sawdust Ring  * Vu mile ExercisjeTrack * Bridle Trail'  REGISTERED BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C. Phono 886-7729  JANITOR SERVICE   Welcome to Thii Flpprshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning -.Floor Waxing  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 qf Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  \ Window Cleaning.       -���������'-������ -���  PHONt 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign pf the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine WaVs  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 8B6-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  RflAfUNAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  ,.,.:;,:;,.9f.E^,^Af||Nf:,,......  Gas -'Diesel Repels - Welding  Evinrudo Sq|es - ObAC parts & Soryicq  Boat a Hauling  Phone 886-741! Gibsons, B.C.  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885^9713   ^   TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens '  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelr, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six clays a week  "    Phone '885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWINQ ftllACHINES   UNSHINE    Bernina & Omega  EWING  ERVICE        Sales, Paris, Service     r  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  For Your Fuel Supplies  PANNY WIIEEI-ER  your  '    ���  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 -Hopkins Landing  FURNACES ~  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  l-SSO OIL FlIRNACMS  No down ijnymnnl - M'inl' irilarost  Tun yonrs in 'pny  for frou ciHmoto���Cqll BB6-2726  tnniplrilo Iinu nf niipllnn'cns  HAmDRESSER;, ;,  ANN'? COIFFURES  in tho Hoi Ulock  Noxl  I'd Iho Co'Oj) .Slnro  GlhBom 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Conifiloln  llolnlmwilnn  Smvlrn My  |-|'i||()M,iill|i||   Slilfl,    ������  Phono 885-2818  Cowrlo Srroct  Phoi)0( Socholr 88B-9SS0  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  MIMIC TANK!> INSTAIli'll  Giiv'iiiiiiiniil Ai'i'ii'vii'l  |:|��U    l,!ill|IKll<l!i  ,     'i      , y   i | i  x(i,ivmIIimi!��   PiuIihiiju   Wnlnillii'!!.,  uli;,  Phono 806-9579   ���  Void   Hlllill'lllbbi  Cni'i.l  In IIiIk 6|)U(;o will  ���.,,roach noaiily-10,000 (nioplol,. _.  LnW rnsl * Hlqh pnwnr  Wnlior Bnl'ily ���"V*  "iinilii ur Bif tavr fn ���  f.nn������. H "|>��*Ml-AN(i  0N'liil|i<i4r��no��uiiUl  |).;||�� raillv'-*.''  SEATING Hi, SHEET JVIETAt  -������-"'���*"'HALirSIIEETn'METAIr"~ ""'  poinobllr: - Cniiiliioirlill <��� liulubli'lol  Tolophono B85i9606  Box  16^,' Socholt, B.C.  TIILICUM HEATING ��. SHEET  METAL '  Oil. .. I-.I.I CTUIC.&. CAS.......  Mu ilnwn jiuyniniil  Phono 885-9494,  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL lll'ID WAIIH IIIAIH',i  lliilll'lllll I'.-Wil        Ml Y<*nih In I'"/  ,.�� I l||l|l I'lllllil'llHI  Roy filonclio���      ���        Mndnlri P"��K  883-2401 ,      883-27711  USE -Till!}  'iiu'dMr/; niRrnroRY  IORIACII  1(1,000 I'lOI'Lf: ,  .',.;,   ,   THU 1\ty\ir>, MliM'M  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Poqlors for:  Evlnrurlo O.M.C, - K&C Thormoolass - Sunllner  Spiino Bok antl Pipnoer.  Also PliirnWnQ Fittlnos and Fixtures,  Pender Harbour - Phono 883-2266  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crook  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Lrindi-aiplno - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - portlllzar  I'Jiirry Plnnls ��� |iai|f|lno Plants - Pont Moss  Fully l.lc'ansorl Pesl|c|t|o Sproy|no lor  l-nnilscnplnn find Trims  Phono 006-2604  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block. - Gibson***;  - '. Kvary Wo'lnesday  '        . 886-2248  > > inmii i �� ��� mmmmm*000*00*mamm00**m0mm000m  PHOTOCiRAFHERS      .  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Ciiiiipliili) p||oliii;|iri|i|)|r: Si'ivlm  Wlai>l'IM��5 - pom I" AIT*)'- I'ASSPOKTS  ��� COMMI-'HCIAI,  C, AUfPNETMY  C||��M��M��( B,C, - P|wi�� 006-7374  nr 0I)6��7JHS  PtyiBJNG:  SEASIDE PLUMBING  .     Gibson*  I'lumblnn -aPlpeflUlnn - Stisoi*n(lttlnq  IM Wulor lumllnn - Pip" IminiiifJ,  |*|*|:li  | tl DMA I |:S  Phono 886-7017 oi 886-2848  001000)000*^000*1,  RENTALS _^ :   "RENT IT AT" ,  THE RENTAL SIJOP  at  Povjl Poy  "Wu lU'iil t>{ Soil AlmuM livfirylliliid" ',  "   1 y|inwilliti.s ��� |.|||hl||l|'j PlniilN �� TnlovlHlnilK  Hutu | illiaiii - (jiiiiuul Ml"'fi*�� - l-owii P'llun  ..,.,.,,.���..,���-._������.���.,���.- .Mflfchniilr.'8..JonlB��. ���,.������.��.���.,...���  PHONi; lIHfi-aiHK - U HOUR SI.HVICG  RESTAURANTrS  ^  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  0|��nn 9' o.io. fo Iho lost fatty  Miimn Cooki��iI GiM'i'li'Jn wi'l  ,> (, ,1 uipjxion |)|t.lioi��  ���   !j()\l AND MAKY PRAWR  I T��l�� 083X747  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and    .  Used .  .  .  Large & Small  885-9832 Sechell  p00t0m00m00m**m��im0B0000mm0umm00000Mii0mi n     i^���wiwi������0*0000* mmium'^m   imm"  "**  SURVEYORS  ROY fi. WAGENAAR  -     B.C- Land Surveyor*  ���:.,, ...M9rjn!8;:;.@Hi!^in0.';a:.,Pprp9l''@a,a.3>civ..,  Sechejt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  *0m^000^��0,^*0m0i000*00m00m*m^0^m*m00*00**^'0****~0**'0i**+*mi**mm*lm^*"'**^*m000m  TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Servlco.  Garden Pay Rd., Pender Harbour, R.C  T^l; 883-2414   ��� ��� "l1 ������**��� '*���***������*" '*>"> ii ii n��mi ii wii ���!���������'������ ����� ������������ ��������>*m wim*mmmmmmt0mm*mm  TlifES  COASTAL TIRES  Sumhino Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Pllono 0Q6r27OQ   '  SALES ANP SERVICE   '   J"  All Brands Avallablo  Mniidoy |o Sulurilqy B;30 n.m. In fi:30 p.m,    ��  Hrlijoy Qvonlnfi l>y appointment only.  TOWING  Sciows ������ Log��  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD,  llonvy l:i|Mlpini)ni Mr*vlnn'1��' "U Tuwlng  I-, HIGQS1     "���'   '"'  Phono 885-942B  TRANSFER  _. ..  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Humi>i.-Iio|<I Movlno, P<irlilnn, Stumoo  ,, Puijilno M"l��irlnli�� l'"r S��|u     ^.  Mmnl'iii nl Alll��il Von I ln��S  CunriiloS Hu, I Movuru  Phono 686-2664, R.R.'l, Gibsons, H.C,  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  ��� ��� WARRHOUSHS-^-������  Socholr no.-" 21 in -Gibson* 886-2178  DAILY Sri"Vir':i: l-J'OM VAHCOIIVIK ' '  SI KVIMC 11 IE 5I.T.I (El.T P|'fHNS��ll/*  I'umllurfi m nnywliqo In���Conoila,"  (fonnrwl Fi��tl(jlil,  t<w-l'uri ��in| liufiyy  IimmIIhq  piain.iwi.iiii il.iyi wii iii��i��wwii|ii��m^*n���iii ������ ��-n ���* wmi, mi i nn mi |��*i*��w��i ����� ��� n*m it mm. n m.^ ��� -  UPHOLSTERY  _  .BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES ;  |<nhfi|)oli,lni|iin ���- i<ii!.|y|li)|j ��� Ciirn|i|i!l�� l"��inpA|-y  iii.'Wii ii i.,.Suin|i|im Miuwn In ilm ImmO  Phono 886-2050 oltor 6 *p,mf  or 886-2873 "i  .","'.' '.  ''"'" ��� /   Uf,(i ihoiio sporns lo  ���     '    '        'i       *   " ;'     " '  1 rmirh, nonrly 10,01)0 p^oplo  ovory wi'i-'kl  h  i >  t  i ',  t  a  I  **  I  il  'I  I    ,  * 'f'  1  A  THE TIMP5 - Phdrio UmMM  i  k  um^^<L^xiri,i-irT.niftrr--.ir-/*-       mm+~*+^*t*+m* +tmw***^m  t -ft  . *���>  1   A'  K$*^'0��*J^**��0^0/0*Ji-0n *-AAJ^V��aA*i*AjAiiin *��A *���' ���* jlAAAA 0KA0+ +**  Arf ***** *0*0*m 00*^0*. mi 00 **\ m. 4 ��>t.  i��JK.f*^.A ���   ����� A.4 -  ^�����i����^*flil#lftA> ^..^0,^0.^*0.** ** 0*rmi  **0*m*m��*. *40^.00000,mm**-m      ��>r*-*  -      ����� Iff  9v0ri*  iff  IN!  Hi:''.  Pqg? A>4The Peni^aig Tims*, W^yjday. ^ ���< 1*"    AUTOS S, TRUCKS (Cont.J   FO* RENT (Continued)  NnilWMayaJViMltlwlWWfyaMa'^^  "aP ���  *. -iff- .<<*  *#*��� ;>  Sechelt - phope 085-9654  S    afSaf  ^laiiitwwiiwvMiyaii^wwiiwtiwva^^  -���PMWishefl-WMdne'idttVsJiv-���  Powell River News Town Cripr  , -* Septolt -Tiroe**- Ltd-  qt Sechplt, B.C.  Established 1963  CARS--&-TRUCHS-  (51   QLPSMOBILE   liard   top, AVAIL,   Sept.   1st, l2  bedrm.  lyiotor, reconditioned $300 Pv modern    waterfront   house.  he$l off-jar. Also .Austin parts. References    required.     Write  Pl-i, 886d?62iJ.   ,   "         6082-36 Xinx 6819 c/o Box 310 penin-  "_ J. A���' 1.  sula Tunes, pechfilt or phqne  '63 "^AiflBLEIl   Classic   *\   dr. 266-9946                          6819-36  in   goqd   condition,   Offers*,   .-,.',.... ���. , ....'. ...���,., ,..,.,.   PhtAie  HJ-5-gtQli,--       '6873-35,,  REAL ESTATE (Continued)      REAL ESTATE (cont.)  SHELTERED waterfront, Pep-  . der Hm-bour, 700 f|. southern  exposure,  ten  ^cres  with  REAL ESTATE (Cpnt.)  VIEW    lot   ��it    Dyvis    Ti-jiy,  appro.??,'   U    x"   i��0','. i*".n4  cleared    for    b-ipkiing,  .hack  WANTED TO BUY  _-������, ������..,,      , ���  CORNER lot for sale at Sei-   3LD records wanted, opera A  ma   Park,   iQpjfj2aQ.   P*rtQn^   only. Any make.  C,  pihsoii,  assraap*".  mWth   -Robert* Creek P.O,      6834-30  8QAT$ S, INqibjpS  i  r  I  I,  ii  Member, Audit Bureau  'at Circulations  March 31.  1971  Grojis CircHlqtibn 2884  Paid Circulation 2396  As filed with the Aucjit Bureqg  ~'tff-Clfcplatiq^; isaliiiect R "9*'-"  Classified Advertising Rate*;  37Line AdrBdefs (12 words)  One  Insertion -.,���_ ,,..,,. . ~$V.0Q  Three Insertions --���..,,,..��� ���,$2,00  Extra lines U -avpTds) ~~~.���-20c  (ThisTQte dqes pot apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  , fipx Numbers ____.__. 10c extra  ;S0c Book-keeping charge is added  far Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date. "    ,  Legal  or   Reader  advertising  35c  ���'-���'���";"���'   per count line.  Subscdfrtton Rates���  lp64   OLDS. .Hardtop,   white,  aU eject, windows, nice condition. $950. Ph. 085-9575., }    -  689^,-35  -���- A J-  *--"--' ���r".  1962 MERGURY 4dF sec^n-  390 motor $350, Phone; 885,?  2304.    ��� 6895 35  VW bus for sale. Qood* cond.  Asking $400. Ph. 88��-2388.    ,  6827-34  i -:       ���  FQR RENT  pfeQM 'A\ign*5t   1st,   2   bdrm,  hpuse on waterfront. Owner  Will'be at, property July '31st.  Phone 929-3498, 6814-35  REAL ESTATE  ^ATClT"=We~TiMTrilrifr ,*by  beautiful Gibsons ��� waterfront home' on .the bluff, 3-  ye^rpkl 1,700 m, ft. spacious  3 bedroom post and, beam  home, one' half coloured bath,  wait to wall throughout; built  in dishwasher, walnut cabinet,  raised  hearth and .mas-  tfar   eat  485-5748  6878-37  3  bdrm  hopse, "All   facilities. , part left pqrk-liKe. Phone 885-  Ph   885-9565. \Vrite Bq^ 67-49,    2122. 6880-37  c-o Peninsula .Times, Box 310,    ���1____ _1 __,_ .  Sechelt, B.G, ^Jl!45^!    ELEVATED   undeveloped . 10  urncsFii c   i   i*   a Vj      T *   E"1'e-S *>vit|i|n  Village of ��,���?���������       ������,..T, ,,,.������.���   .._...��� ���,_,_.,,  WES1 Sechelt, 3 bdrm. home _sjlgik___j:es^^  "*u    D"   6409,  c/o    885-9696,        . 63Q3-'tfn      pf fprnUurp, china-i**nd glqss  }3QX.  .310, ��� ,.^L-_^.���;....,���._-- i..,......;:._���:^-^-   wanted.   Write   G.   Prentice,  Sechelt. 64997tfn    POR SMiS,, M pabi,n'crniser,. RR. 1, Madeira park. "3iSS7-^  n��-* ^v;mpu, o out m   iiuhw    rilglt       -reg|denfiail  with   rmt trees   qble garage;    p,nin,u,a   TW"'S*'  paitial basement with oil fin-r    opr.upi,  CLEARING    blad,e  __^ wanted.     Phope  to pf."' cmiHAyhimv, h^*~ v��w&l> ^lvei'- ^  sink, hpnks. 50 hp Merqviry,  nace,   W/W  cat pet;   fiteplace,  Phone owner 085-2039.  6703-313  1961 PONTIAC V-8 auto. $350.     - "��� ���"*"-^^ ���    sundeck,     beautifully     land-  phone B83-2513.        pait-tfr*.?"-'-' \vri|SfTJSRIZE"p seaside eo'ttage    scaped  without   removing  the  __ . Vvondeiful    setting    of , trees,  160 AQRBS, same ocean view*      .,_r.,... ���, ��� secinded,   al,!   year   ereek,  8iv6  s"ione"firep^ liest   buy   area.   Near   Secret  '67 MUSTANG Fast Rack, V8  "* mag 'wheels;- i'adio an'd- new  paint.   Cash  price $1,295,  Ph.  '88579466. . 6869737  1963*"' WILLYS' Jeep ~~S% "cal^  4-wheel   drive.   New     tires.  Ph. 885-2860,    . 6820-tfh  at  Roberts Creek,  available  1st.   Septa   to   June   '72.. $|00.  month.'Apply , box   6852   c/o  Times,  box 310 Sechelt,. B.C.  6852-35  View, the . W.a!:er_|rpm every  room in house. By owners.  Phone aa��-708O "or write box  584,  Gibsons  B.C.        6850-tfn  Cove'. Cash $60,000, will accept  third down. .Write Box f)676  c/u Peninsula Times Box 310,  Sechelt. 6C7(J-.t.l'n  REDROOFFS RQAD ��� Lot  75' se 260' 10 min, drive.t'o  *Sechelt Qvtiet area; close to  water and gpod fishing, -phone  and Hydro ' available. $3,900  cash. Phono 885-9654. 6804-tfn  Jphpapp 2ft v W.^a -& trailer  2347.(9 - U aw, QP 4-ir 6 p.ypl,  WANTED TQ RENT  . ���',    ���*'   ; '���   I''    ���������*.' W&M    VOUNG    man    (transfpvi'ed)  14FT.   BydroJpi.an'3;"with: 35 '    seeks small ft|rnishe(|, s��Ue  Mercury for sale. Phone 112-   hy Sechejt ma. Cont^t WW,  883-2585. "J'-    6872737    Willglass   at   Wmil   $im��  /ro  TEACHEJR   requires  room    home'    for  2   bed  iming  K, PUTLER REALTY  LTD.  '67   EPIC  7501.  for   sale,   Ph.   886-  6879-35  '69 BRONCO, V8, 4x4. Offers.  8.84-536,7, 6892-35  By  Mqih:  Local Ar^o  4a  A  a  1  I    V  . !*('.  1   i  \  [ I.'  t -.  Outside Local Area  , Overseas  Special Citizen*,  a    Loq<i|  Afeq   _  Canada     i Jy Carrier _______  -H)��,00 yr.  ?7,00 yr.  _.$9,P0 yr.  .$10,00   yr.  '65 FORD Half Ton,' 352 V8,  4 spd ppsitrack six 16 inch  wheel and tires, 59,000 mis.  $1,300. Ph. 886-2432 eyefiings.  ���  / ���   ' 6875-35  : $3.50   $4.00  _60c mo.  Copyright and/or "property rights  subsists in all display advertising  qnd other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to re-s  produce Wholly or in part and jrv  any ,Qfm whatsoever, particularly  ' by a photographic or offset process  ip a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction Will be  subject     to     recourse ���  in     law.  BIRTHS  MODERN waterfront home  available Aug. 1st, near Wilson Creek. Fantastic views; 3  or 4 bedroom;. 2 full baths  (one��� ensuile*),; 2 fu ': patios; includes new electr.c stove and  city water. $200 pur month.  Phone   885-2406. 6877-35  HALL for rent.  Wilson Creek  Community   ' Hall.     Contact'  Mrs.    Diane    Anctorson,    lli)5-  '-J385, ���        ���-1���5455--tfn  .CHARLES ENGLISH LTD  Real Estate &  Insurance  , SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE r  -  Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS VILLAGE���Here's  fi good sized house with full  basement containing small  suite and room for more BR's.  Main floor features across-the-  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  ^GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ,   .   .   is   pleased  to  sponsor  this '  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ALDERSON ��� Blake and  Dorothy are pleased to announce the "arrival of their  daughter, Christy Marlene,  71bs - 802s, on July 18, 1971.  A sister for Jeffrey.      6870-35  IN MEMORIAM  IN loving memory of my dear  husband,      Robert       (Bob)  Davidson,   who   passed   away  Jiily 24th,  1968. -.,..       ;  ������I remember him in silence  And make no outward show,  But what.il meant, to lose him  None will ever know." ���  Very sadly ihissed hy his  loving wife Dolly. 6866-35  OBITUARY  10 Unit Waterfront Motel  8  modern housekeep'ng units  '2 sleeping' units  Office building  with  living quarters for owner  Units ore ail  nicely  furnished,  have electric heating  and  are well maintained  There''is   approximately   8Q0  ft.   of   waterfront   on   Ipfjoon 'and  approx,.  200  ft. on Ruby  Lake with  2  floats, boots, ond  a cpncrefe launching ramp.  Excellent float plane base.  "Asking  price,   $85,000 with  $35,000 down  ja     ' To vieW by abpomtment only  STURGEON-,! uly    23,    1071;  JSdithlVIaud Sturgeon in her  81st  year,  of  Roberts   Creek,  B.C."Survived   by   one   son,  Arnold   of   North   Vancouver;  one sister Mrs.  Louise Holilis,  Vancouver;   four   grandchildren. Eunerul .service on Wed-  netiiluy   July ' 211 th   ut   2   p.m.  from t|iu Cluipul of t|m Hiirvuy  Funeral llonui, Gibsonx,  B.c,  Hev. ,1, WillinniKoii nfflclating.  Croiniiilon,   li'lowara   io   win-"  Iwlimrrt only, (IIIIH-35  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Mil.     and     M'H.     Ilnborl.     H. ���  Ciinii'i-on of Miidolra Park,  JVC, aro pkmHuf! In annoiincu  I (in forthcoinlni' ihnrriii|-n nf  llinlr iliiiii'liMaT Terry lo Mr,  Giiiiiul li"n Fnniiiir, hoii ol Mr.  niid Ml'H, O, 14, Fiiunili' of  Hrl(l/{<iwiili.il', N,S, iVJiu'rlni'ii lo,  lalwi pliico IJ ,|i,in., AiiRuht 211,  ���I 1171 nl Holy Trinity Aiiiflioun  Chiii'iili, Mridgnwiiloi', Nova  Hcotlii, (IlllH-Uft  front LR, paraded p.R and  'arge BH AO heat, 220 wiring,  there is plenly of room for  expansion $1(1,000 FP.  886-2481  : GIBSONS VILLAGE--Cochrane Road. An attractive  well maintained house on a  nice lot. 'Li-ting rom with F-P.  two good sized bedrooms^" etc.  Sundeck anci carport 220 service, electric heal, copper  plumbing, aluminii n window's. FP $16,800 half cash.  HM 2481  WATERFRONT LOT���In_ tiie  choicest part of Gibsons, adjacent to scenic Gospel Rock  Drive Marvellous, view over  Shoaj, Channel 85' RF and WF:  averaging 90' deep, cleared.  All . village sei vices and Ihis  ine' udes sewers soon. | Not  much waterfront available  around Gibsons especially like  ���1*7,700 for this, place,.Buy. now!  886-2481  GIBSONS   VILLAGE���3   t>ed-  room new home on beautiful  ���view lot 08' x 90', with 960 sq.  ft. of living oh each floor, L.R.  is combination dining room  18' x 24' opening onto extra  large sundeck over car port,  lovely gaily type kitchen with  honey spicewond cupboards,  4   pc.   color   vanity   bathroom  Willi anollier bafliroom  nlughed in downstairs, w to- w  carpels and' foyer entrance.  H* ,1i2!l,(lll0 wilh terms lo be  arranged.  ���BHH-a-IHl -  WATEIt'l-'liONT  s���    llupkiiK->  Landing,   Poiill   Mel.,   100   II.  of    level    v^aterfront   on    this  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsgns, __HC.  Plmne 8fi\T2000  MEMBER   -  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  WELCOME WOODS: . Only  alLLffllL .down- gives possession summer hideaway consisting of I level acre. Build  your collage among the stately evergreens and enjoy your  own private park.  ROBERTS     CREEK:   ., Nicely  wooded ac. else to excellent  liearh.   All   services   available.  Only $5,000.  GOWER   POINT:   Nice   view,  close     to     beach.     Pafklike  gr.ouruis.   ^i   ac,   all   this   for  "oi  y .$8,050.  GIBSONS: Owner anxious for'  sale of 1 level ac. With,  spacious 3 bdrm. home, lovely  living room with fireplace,  bright rnd. kitclion*" features  I nil it in range and oven and  adjoining utility. Vanity bath  with g lefts''enclosed tub. Carport and storage area. Be sure  to see this one   NOW at only  $*_ft,noo f.p.  ACREAGE with a capital  "A" 5 lightly wooded acres,  easy clearing, excellent, water  supply.  Easy .'terms  on .$6,.")t)0,  BOAT OWNERS SHANGRI-  LA. Beauliful modern .")  room home on level to beach  lot in sheltered bay. Tie up at  your own float just steps from  house. Present float will  accommodate boat up to 4f)'  length. Dpn't pass this one by.  Slop in at office for complele  details and appointment lo  view.  ��� -.- . .OBBlHti  EVVART  McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  , Mulliplu  Listing  .Service  Box   238,   Gibsons,   B.C  CORNER     view     lot,     semi  , l9fi5 SHjjpHBIlD 27 foot cabin  7��-tin    e ValB.r    " ' *{ei\,iii    ��� ��� ;' ' ���mWii cruiser; dinette,,settee,        ..,��� M M.     _.������,.���  *^=-^ fo^n.^'mmt' :M'^-niJ*ly- full    head,    galley,    presswe school' iHjtfi. Soon as ppm\W  ...   '      ��-fl--fcJL                        nm-iQ    water,   double    p,'ank   maho- after Aiig.  |5th... Seoh#it/C3i\3-  gonay   hull,   teak  deck,   Phil- sons area. Mrs. R. Wet.l, 33|3  lipine mahogany cabin, excep- West 10th Aven'ne, ,Vai\BRV}vai'  tiohally    sturdy    craft,    good 8.  738-6093.     "*    "        i|fl58-87  INVESTORS! DEVELOPERS!  ���j 37 choice Pender Harbour acres with 1800 water-  frontage, 270P highway frontage plus a brand new 2 bdrm  home. Property low. priced &  inside the harbour.  HALFMOON BAY -- 3 semi  walei front view lols on  Redrooffs lid-X9ne has lovely  2 bdrm .cultage pHis guest  lacililies. .Others are large,  wooded anil private. .Steps to  safe sandy beach- & launching raiup. 7Vy per cent fina.n-  c ng'!! ' "  al  CAIX: .Jm-k or IS vans Hci-  mon at -Pciuler Harbour 883-  2141=1. -- Cluules English Ltd.,  Gibsons,   B.C. 6874-35  FOR; fine properties in  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  'pSS  ONAL  ALCOIIOMCB AiiniiyiiioiiH ���  MiioUiiKUj '1:1,10 i��;in��� I'liiirn-  (Inyn, WIIhIiii Crcolj Comiiiuii-  Ity Hall, Ph, IIIIIHIIW". 1*1111-  %'m, 11)711-1 In  WI fill   io i'iiiiIiicI   Liilliir  Day  MiiIiiIh in<iiiili(iin, l'lionn llHI)-  rf.ai.70*iiiu.l��MI.!iMll.����������7lHUIfii-  WORK^WANTKD  WM OFil'KH ii i.'omplnlo hnn  fipyyh'n lo llio ouili'ii Hiiii-  fiiliin (,'o'uhI, Our work In hi-  hii|iiil mid nxpiirlly jiorl'oi'ii)-  (iil, Phono for Ji'iMi iihilniiiidrt,  .Pcui'Irhm..Trail Murviuou, Phono  HUi-KUOl).       '    -, IIXAIMfn.  ORNAMENTAL wrou/flil li'mi  rullliiKH, Ki'itn iiiiilui'iiinii,' 1)1111-  702H, JIIHI-VOIill, llllll.'l-ll'ii  17  YEAH OLD  main nlial<ii|t  iii'iihn  /(iiiDini'i'  I'lnplnyiiM'iil,  3, bodrnom'homo ^vorlnoKlnq .famous-Loo's Hay, Fully lur^lshod '  inplui|lno  bull   clocinina   oloclric   ranae,   loroo   (rcoatur,   wlitalmr,  - dryer, IriQ., etc. Over I  ocra- ol prlvof;y on lliis loncliftciptid lol,  Purchobor con h'qvo fjulck occupancy,  Full  prico  *j>28(000  yvilh   ,  approx,   $12,000  down, wilh Q'*"'!   Iprms,   FAColloal  voluu   hara  MADEIRA PARK  Clioicu viuvy  lolb nn t.r\  |ol  miIhIIvIMoii.  l*rlr,os fiom   $3,1)00  lu  $8,000, Soma c|unrui| roinly |oi bu'ililinij  RRANCIS PENINSULA,  Cnrpuiilur'u   spuciol--'.I   budfoom   pnr|.lo|Jy .���|liiii.|iiiil   lunnu,   vy|III...  opproximololy   l(600"e><|,   ll," living 'ouio,  oil   hool.   I'uipiJily' ii,'  nearly'2 ncroi.,  I'ho low prlco n, $|U)hOO wilh $o(.f)()()0 down,  EGMONT MARINA AND HfJOlU  This liihy und piofllnhln id:,oiI is, olfiinul loi lliu ln-,1 Hum- I f<is  ll molui unlink (I, 2 ond 3 hudmorm), loilrjn wilh fl t.li.upiiuj  rooiiit,, ownur'b-3 liodioom Iiom>��( ro'>loi��Mii)l, Mom, hoii miIum, ���  Standard ninrlnn hlallon, Approx, '41)0 ll. ol l|n(ilh, H i/uod iciiliil  lioolii wilh fyliirudu inolorh. Iriunchini|>'inuip, coiiipiu iap>n u.  AU on i*i60 ll, ul rhoiui woliiflionJ wdli Inlo ol iinnn loi iixpoiihlou,  An uxculluul ooporloiilly lor cnfillol o|apiai.<clolii40>iic>iij, faall priau  $210,000 with $110,000 down,-To viow liy uppoiiiiiiKiiii  only.  CANOI: PASS  Approx,   800  l|,   wiilfifront   ol  Conoo  I'niaia   Hililiju Suinn  no  HorriolM  I'lhr,-ond ��ionin rip hindur Uhr,/ f>hJir,   | i<ot,o loud  wllli  loiiu Imni Ionian, Ixciillniii polinillol Im ilnviilupiiiiiiii lull uii.u  '                 lor luriwi ruilili.    $?,0,000,  ������   '     CllOICIi SERVICE[Wf\I ION Sill:'  Or Imildliiii Mipplloi.. Al Mriiliiirii I'oiK wilh .l/ll |i, on lliiiliv/i^y  I0| mul ,'JflO ll, on rioihoiii Vlow I'oml,   llm, ii, n ilnmuil um,  ���Hiiyu|lii-|-flMd"'r��nily"|rrlMill��|-��-ir^^  I iill pi In. )\V,'M).),,  ���       lli!',NI)i!'.lt  Three    I" 11..  view' hiiiuo.  large brighl  L.I]., good firo plant, fully insulated, sc'.f noiilaiiioil hasi--  nionl siii'o. A wull built liyuso-  ���ori"largT!"lot, within easy walking dlHlfincii of all local fiiclli'  lios. K.I'. ,$;il),UI)(l wilh $12,01111  down. Bid.lJ.por, cunl.  hy auylliifii!,  IIII  17 :i-i  I'Olir.kM; CKl.l-K  DRYWALL  Tapliuf hii'I  Klllln/i  hy Imn'l  mid ppicliliio, Hjn/iy Tt'x hpiiy-  hie  (Villon,  '   Phono nn6-7193   ���  1 Rohcrls Creak/ B,C,  ����� (.W'ltn  GAIlDl^N    BAY  HAIIIJOUIl   ���  t|duh.'e lot, secluded, and, land-    semi   waluri'r-iinl.  scapud, and overlooking Howe    Four' years   old,,  Hound',   House   has   !i   bdiins,"  and    conies    completely    fur  nisherl as  is   Seo this now, \u\ .  I)'!'- .11:18,000. ��� Homo  lerms.      -���--���  686-24IH  MAIIINl!'. nillVK,   ���   Very well  KcpC 2 B.ll. homo wilh sun-  ijei.'k and fireplace, coiicioh  walls, prividu parking, good  view*'over  wator.  I|i|2,f)0l).  1160-2461  LANUDAI.I**        Cleiiriiil   view  lol. Kciiily to liuild, All Km  vices  available.   '$'1,111)11.  ���      .:-IIIIU-2-llll  filll'-iONi-i'  ItllllAL f'onir  und  liuvi' a look id  Hickc ii  lll'alllllllll     hllipillg     liriuii     Willi  l(n ul view iiiiii in:w .'I hdiiii  lull liiit'i'iuciil well Imill lioiui  J'nuhlo pluinblng und itupoii  liir/tn kilcluili ihnl illnliig uiiui  .$211,0(111,  111)11 IMIII  ..CflMHONf*  VlliLAGH  ;. CI,,,-,.'  lu i-viii'ylhlii'K   View limiic ,i  Mil,,  liiiHiiiui'iil,  in|v.dn  park  luit,   Ini'nii   tniiiilirli   and   lui  I'llllll,    l.ldH   (if   H||||:'|||{(!     J'lutay,    |,|  iiuiiiiiiiiii loi. I'T yynm. ' ���  lllllil'aMlll  2  hndioom  vi��v/ I  SILVER SANDS  10(110,0(1   OpprOKi'    I     011,0,  Quir.k ipohnoiiiiion,  lull prini  I'^OOO.  GARDEN HAY  2 hinlro'iiii ulilur homo on nppmx, 'IP ll  (holm wuioilioiii  inmd  ,   _������ vo|unot,$''0,/tt(j loll pilco, with only $4,1 fiO ilown,  MADEIRA PARK  !  Approx,  I,A00, f>i|, ill;.��p<inloun liiimo on 'I purl' likn pr-Mm v/llh ri  niriijnlllroiil   viow,  p\   |*oni|or   llriilioi.i,   Only   '/>,,()   ||,   |,,,ni   11x>  woloiliiinl   Ond  Itllntiliiti ohovn  liim  Miixnaiio' ol' Muilonu   I'mk  (lovi,  lloopi, Owner wAnilil roiirilili-r miIIIiiu lumiu  with only  W  nt iv, nl $!)0,000 wilh i|owi| pill,,,,, ,'  cnoiqi: watikironr lots  In I'l.udoi  llml/Miii. will)' wiili i  uiul liydm mul puvnl imnlii,  ��� - ,''   i"i'l ii, tvoitnipiiii '\)\mi), *  i  IP  ll   wolniliuiil   \i 14,000.  - ~ - .���~,��.��.j.-....--|.*JJ-.4l,..-wiiliiii||.OMl-4-li'��(0i|0r-~' -- ������ -'-"-  Mony iillu-r viow ouil,w/itoilinnl loli. In llm I'cildni Ilmlmm nun  m  IH'IIMIITM  CIIKMK lhii.il  lo    liuild,    clitiiriHl    |i)|     M  :��� Iu"JH u\:*���*Jl.,,l'(*w��u ���li*.,un���l**L���cut^.^ 11miku,���Vi>ni ���,.#i(I'tJi*...���,.  veil in in, All you liuvu hi dn  In ulurl linllillliK, IT , only  IM.IHIO Willi /luod Iiiniln Hi inn  your olfoih, -      ,   -    ���  6IIU-2-IIII  IGAI) Wliiini   llm  Iiiu wwilil, in.  gi*;oi(gia vn*:w      j .tu u" :i  11,11,  hoiiho   (11)110 ��i|.  ft,.)   A  r:i>r,npliili.'ly     iiiodorn, '   yvi'itor-  Ironl   lioino  wlil'h Jiuiiiy  i.'Nlia  |'i.'Hlnri)H. fJliiHt' front' "lid snii-  ���diick lot ooniiiliilo iiilviuiy and  v iinolmlriicI'Dil ^ view,    A '  iiio.il  ilOHli'iihlo   homo   In   ii   tici'i'i'i  aruii,   I'T. ,$'|II,0I)0,  Offcrii  apd  '   U-'I'IHH,  CIIMHONH   JHIHAI. Nuiiil.  liriwilliliiK MpnniVa Wu olior u  Oioduiii 'A ll,H, liuiinn wllli well  hnlll rm iiny liuoiil collnii"  |ocnlt-<l oil 2lii no. of lovol laud,  Now oil I'tii'iiiico, * olmi'. Ii/w ���  Dri.plui'ii, oiiipoil, Imih*" l'"''-  dnn, iniii liofiH, A vuiy woll  'oiiiliilaloi.'d, itpoilorliihlo lioiim  wllli niiijili) nioi'n I'or ox|��iiii-  ,(11)11, I1',!', $111,1)00, Honio lin.-iiiii  poiuilblii,  (JIHHONH    JIMADLANDH , -  Nlcii,      now,      liiiiiiililiil'ly-'  IiiiIhIiciI liuiia'iii op ii runinr lol  liioklni!  un oi.wi  id   11 i*i  liinioiiK  Hiilinoii     Muck,     nwnor     In  IIIIMIUIIfi    ll|   Hldl    fill    I'UlllO    nnd  lillHliW'BI'atl -'��� Wn iiuvo a  1 /(uiul iiiiHiinliiiiiiil lo oll'or  fmui a i.'oiii|il)<lo iiliopplnit,  (nail  In un   iillniiillVM   vnrloly  Call Jock or Evans Hermon,  Madeira- Park, ,B.CV  Tel. 883-2745  CHARLES ENGLISH  LTD.  (i'l'-HI llo  :  MacGRtGOR" PACIFIC^  liliAl.TY   I .TH  Hi>X   '/Oil, Cih.suiia,   B.C.  Van   Direct:   (ilUi-.'ll.'IH  SKCKl-rr COVl'" - 200* Waterfront, ��� 2 bedroom cottafte,  level piopt'ily, beautiful view,  $-10,0(10 luindle.s, plus other  waterfront lols from 0,800  up..  INVisSTOIIaS!. -- 20. acres  prime property fronting on  Highway llll, the main highway Of llm Sec-holt Peninsula.  I'roperty also incl-udcs 2 small  homes, could bo revenue ���  Don't  Ovei-looU   this one!!  BQB*tllT>3, CllBEli.-'-- Th r e o  Vj acre .swiiii-walerfroiil lotK,  power, wnlur, weplio approved.  (Sonic view, easy access lo  hcaih - ici.soualily piicud:  CALL: .loiiu Black: llillj-72-l-l  or   llll()-7:iill.  I'lilVA'I'IS-   VHiW Gower  1 'ninl hunli���waterfront, only'  200' to hunch, nice -J- room  coll aye, {{uiul i.>aiden, very  private, li.-ji.ij... Ion I. buy for, only  $1-1,000 Nolo terms only  (���fli.I'OO down, Imlanco only $0S  per uiiiii lh You Can't lo.se  -���'������   Acl   Now!  CliNTHAI,      GIBHOMH  Lovely hiiito laiuhii'iipcd lol,  Iruil'  Irooii,   I'liccliicular   view  inusl biiMild: :|i(i,lll)0 CALL:  Lorrlo    Gln.nl;    lillll-72'hl    or  1111(1-77(10,  AltBUTll.i   UIIIVK   .-.    Now  hoiii", i'Iimii lo M'liuiila'i a park  , and . .tIiii|i|)Iiiu,    fcalurcs;   ciir-  porlf  Miiii'ln'k,   w   lo   w   llli'ii-  1011,     nicely     din nl ailud,     well  Twill  Iiniini,a'Owiior iiiinIoiih lo  uoM. , ,  C|.,Gf-iK      TO       HKACII  jhivcmiii prupi.Tly, Imiiuui  pninoiilly nniluil ul if I Oil  liionlh, piuporly /uihmI lur  niohllo Iioiiioh.  ���   , .  WflNriMlirilL ' LIVING '��� ���������  Ciia-.y - lino, homo, Jiuil llku  liuw, all uliiclilc iiloi.i) lo uloi'O  upd lionr'l, 'ill Hnlinn. I'lirl',  IioiiiiiiiiIoi|ii view' ul' Gii|f uiul  Trail Inland,*, Cauli for ipiick  mi|u; .f 111,11110.  liNCAI'l*!    ,    Lovnly   miiuIikIoiI  Mi  iii'i'ii lul  nil ipilol  liinu in  WlliiDIl   ''I'dnk   iii'iin.,   iil��i|i'.i;-lo  rough and smooth water ..sailing,, 235 horsepower crusader,  new block cjnd overhaul this  year, canvas 1970, hull copper  painted May, immaculate  fhtoushout -- $8,500.00 firm.  To view call Mike 485-2230.  evenings, 405-2771 days,  Powell   Biver. 6759-34  if   PLANK  Hull, 50  h[7 out"  board,    o'ectric    start    and  controls.  .$050.  880-2870.  68i3'l-37"  9    HP    BHJGG.S    &   Strallnn  Marine-,   ready   to   go   $150.  Vh.  8H5-03(i(i.    ' 0273-tfn  TENDERS  TliNDJSItS are invited for  construction of approximately 100 and '��� 200 feel of  heavy rock wall and'fill, Trail.  Bay foreshore. Specifications  may be seen at the Municipal  Hall Sechell, during business  hours  Bids   to   be   in   writing   and  submitted  by  Tuesday August  31, ML        . '__.,...-..-  Tl'ic   lowest   or   any   lender  ' not   necessarily   accepted.  MOBILE HOMES  DOUBLE wide, spaciops, wfll  lighted 2 bdrm, db|e plwrni*)-  ing with ensuite' bath, )ar��a  lam'iiy room with patio ^*pp|'s  weir designed kltcNn *WHh  bar, triple axels With plec.  brks. To view phone 886..2163  after 6:00. B&3a-t|p  iviUBlLE home 8 x 38 fprsiilw,  leasonable   price.   Ph,   B8rt-  2201 8703-Uu  HELP WANTEP  CHAMBERMAIDS AND  WAITRESSES  WANTED  "     Call 885-2232  or apply in person  at Lord Jim's Lodge ..  6871-35  -.    MANACBER  FOR eREDif UNION  AT MADEIRA PARK  K T  :a.ynek  ������"     Clerk.  0887-35  Phone  883-2236  6876,35  LOST  LOST.   Gas    tank  Jjoard       motor  Sliecheit.   I'h.   8859770.  HELP WANTED (Femo|��V  from    out-  in      West  0855-35  EXPERIENCED   cleaning  woman, pari time, non spiokpr.  State     wages     lo     Box     517  Sechelt. 6850-35  Member of the Multiple jUsting Service  Sechelt ^|Ncig;LTD?  WEST SECHELT   ��� _. '���   f/ ^���   '���''"������   )''���'''"      *    Hn. 22m  Approxima|cly 30 acre tract inncij riircil holilinqs. Some lovpl  ijiouinl, boine with pulenlinl vipw over !*cchcl| antl to ocoon, Nolo  excellent it;rnii.flii,ii mlorubt rote? 7% on bolonco of lor 1/3 down  on toll Price of only ,$3,000.00. Coll Uob*Kenl, '88B-946I uvob.  or ol.hco 885-2235.    '  *>I:CIII:LT VILLAGE , . No. 2194  Lorgc livnuj room", cloc cnbind'l .kilchop. Utility rooms plorjll'Pd  ond wncd lor vyashgr-drycr. Porlly enclosed hock porch, 4 |)or|-  raoms on mom floor-- lots "oi nilic ilorQoc Coll Boh Kent,  BHS-94AI ovus,. or offlco 885-2235.'  ADIIH  view In mil nl  yon  |on|<  lioin  lil�� niodcni I.*  ; .0  Hi.  1  ; ������    REALTY LTD,  ���'..-' Mo��|o|rri Pork,' 13.C,  Phono' f'fliidr-r Hnihntir fiflV;W3   "'*>  0*,m*0p*,00.+i,0n *( iwf>0t> ^00,.^,i000n',0mir-ii*'0i*0*"**^m*'0^0'^^000^0*w0t ���*^ff f-aa*-wM.-m.��Uiap  . Itilroi a.pnul    niiii,- |/f|i|ir    liilijof,1;-  Willi   llllll    lllllH'llllllll    OH    i|||.|||.y  liiii(|iji;npi!(| loi,, Living, .I'ooin ii,'  hMhi   lin/|i'i,  mul  ihniiiK  Hum  im niiiililni'd wuh lliu I, ,,||ii|/|.(|  I'oiiiii, Wall In, wall rmpcl nml  di iiliiiilcilly      pliii'inl      in in n  I'M',    IIHllUM    llll!,    ||    ,,l'lf|l|f{    ||,  i.iii, al KP i|.i����pi)iiii  |���,ni��� ftiriDtt  IIIIH ',, IHI  --''��>M I'T find ���T;rr"i fur-fl KVT  IhiMKll /!oln/i  ii|i in (iiiu,,,,,,,  Ib-l/'.IHi.   .i|i|    (ifniw    Ihl.li , only  lolh  It'll, mil  ul   III, ,'���,  woiiilci  I hli,  in mi   |i.  /p-owliini   lin-iiini'  II lii.floi.f lo I'|iiip|i!/IK Ct'iilii..  .< Illlllln,   I'll',   i.l l-   yi,ui<   |u|    |,���  yioi unwn piiviiiiini iiii ii ih-v/  llllillll,     |l     |li    I'Mlilcl'    ���||,���/,    y,���.  ���I'biH, I'P oo'.y i*i;i,0(|i|( |���i ;,!>,!  - V���� k |.'it, I'lmpurit now,  Ofli|f>-;io  hIoih, I'loiilin nimull'ii,  lloiiliiHT'H^'IIMMK-  LGTH  Hhnryl  Ann   Pui'lyi.  A ,im'w  hiiIiiIIvIhIuii,;,lolly i-'irvlriiil  un  "h   i',cn'l|iV  Miiilli; 'h'loi'in *" only  fl,00ll oiit'li,    '  (|||'H('NMH    MAV    AIIKA  Wiiii'ilioiii pmpi'iiy wllli a  pirn olilnr |,ypo !l ImiiI/ limii'i  and a 'mnn ' ���A/iJiju.liiip pinnpii.  Very    rfiiiniiinlily    pil'tul    id  jiii,M|��;ii-,i)iio,i   i, . '  V��llri'lllVl:|- 'liiill   'j'liilliiif'-'Miiill-'i  No,|  ���uMlfi  M.VI'IIMG''   WANTKI*  Vlnro |'row��r       flflA* V.W?  W  lii'lll'll,   ll'll liooii  IlllVti  lllillll   lull  for iiniNlmiiiii privacy: l,''p  fl.'lllO,  *ni,;ii]k-- *Y*hV/irf-ti*;i ���;!*������nn jny'i itct"  Ihlii. 'hi'iiiiil- now ll Ixli'in  linnin, full hiiiiiini'Mii, vnniiy  iiiil.li, lii'iil'i nclimil/i, iilinpH iiiiii  wnlldliM 'ilJiilulH'ii In ln'iicll, III  llm, i'ii'iiIi'ii 'nl' ���Viin��niiiviii',n  liliiyliiiiil,' V."vnriiiin;iil nnuil,  p itiHO.IHHI, CALL; ilm'k A'nilor  non: HUD-flUK.'l ���pr mifi-wm nr  Htim ������������A,niliii'H��iiir-alHil>"!i!W!l or  IIIII) .';iiii>,  HIlNHIIINK   <'OAfiT   llnli|ii'i   '  lli-iilniiriHil,    ���-���   T|i)n    I'nlly-  Hl'l'lllil'll      llllll/l/(       Illlllll/l'Offllll  'lilmp   roili|iH'."t   In   Incfili'il   no  Dm in.ilu i.li-i'i'l'ln llic Ilila-'HIliK  .Viuir    inniiil    I'liiiiniuiiily    o| ,.  lli'iJH'M.    iin''''lliu''   nini.-liliin  L'lllil.l.a      1/     .lllP'lH,     llH/dl       f'l'lllllIU  '-n,-ip,Triiyp,tpf(f7d��r fl;nl;iff*7inrl/-"  uy  iiM'nlliiii. J'O'im, J-rlri-.'' n'l.-m '  jiii-|iidi ii ,1^11 iii'iM' , iiivni'iiy,,,  i,|    iimi'Ii.'III    (iipi||,|iir||l,    Tin '"'  IIM'litldHidy  "blln,V lilli.liicm,  i,i|l,l innwliij,1, nil tin i mul  IliOH' lot .lilllv" *i.W,0lll| ' |''P  GV/IK'I'    illlXHill.l    Hi    Mil    nml  ROfJEHf CREEK lUppor) No, 1809  Niiw lo-jv fiilai on 3.98 pcrps wl|h older lypc liouso. 5B6 tool  bonis on Lockar Rood, Good yunr round wolor supply. On hydro  anrl   phono.   Now only   $8600,00   Full   Price,   Call   po|?  Kept,  885-9461 oyos,; or ofllpo 885i22'"5.  T^AWCOME- -ONLY $5000 F.P. ~._ ,      No, 2184  Appionimololy 150 tool Irom uxcallcnt -bo'och, Suminor collaqa  wiiivnno bedroom, riiiicnlly bulll. f-'nlly in*��olotbd,���-Ei-ulpmoni in-  cliulo!, iwln hcilb, 2 loldowoy bails, illpujtc bulla, olaclric blovo  oiul IiIiIqu, ule. On luoso lol. (Wpokond "Bnth?) Cnll Hob Kent,  MS-? At.) or ol lice, 885-2235, ,  bJIN5l*IINE .COAST WATERFRONT IJUSINI-SS No, 2202  C'orinnil slorii, hool ianin|*>, Morion, l* 2 liinibdb in "im "f ih" hm-l  faihlncj nml bonllnn oron& of conil, bhollofud wolorfc. 19/0 lurnovqr  in iiAcniis-nf $i;)9,000.00. Wondorlnl family linMno,v,, ownorK nro  luliniHl.. l:m llilriimollon, coll Pcior Smith, .885-9463.  WILSON CREEK LOT    .    .'  . No. 2224  ilnniillhil prlvnin irtiuil |o|. liiunl' wnlnrfrnnl,. pccom I" lionclr  Wolor, I lyili'o. A r.hoicn, nnliiiin |o|. (Inly $1,400.00 down on lull  PHCU nl  $6,000,00, Coll Pnlor Sniilh, ilflfi-9463 bvob.  SI I MA PARK  '  "      .... '-' Nil, 2|h/i  Onn Imilrooin r.olinoii, iliillolilli.il |o vlfiyV/ vlHWPl C'uPrt'lfl'iSll'olli'  Iinu  |ii|(jn  11 mil I  Ini,  coiiLI  liar.opin   2   lolb,   Irontn op   iipiml*,,  lixr'ulluiii   buy  lo  hm.  ond  pood  holdlnn  piopurly,'Full pr|i;��f  , $i:i,000.0ll, Cpl! |>u|ur Smllh, 8flS-9463 uvob, ,  . IRAII.IR AQ<I: , ' No,  13.222ft  lliiuily on 1)1.711 /onoil Rib hiiiloliRi lor n trrillnr on "<-lly Wnlm"  tinrl look qt (hn t|o^n pnymnnll $'/'hO,pO| llnlnprp W) pprMh p  nionih nl 9%. Why pny Ini iinllm idiilol hfiotu whim yon inn  Iniyi* Cull Hob Ktini f|8l)-946,| 0, Olficu lill().22.'Jf> Im lull pncu  niid oihiir il'dullb,  WU SOLI CREEK        " , ;'.-'        ,    Nu,. 16-2240  4 limliomji; (nil lim.nni��ni lionm on lonj��i piiillrilly��� lciiiil��:nnu(| Im,  OlllilOm NlOIIO .lldC'IK). fiUllltl llMHilllUII |lll|l|IMIi), lull l'l|(il ol  $19,600 00, Ini I01J111. 0 lol ol mnlniirilh iiii|miin| |i, rumoltiiu On  ��� |iimi Mil" inoil lil'ii ,0,11 lliwny 101,'Cnll Huh |<(i|i| fi��fi V461 or  oll|t,t. (Illli 22,11), , '  ���lARGIANI  HAY WAMMFRONI  ally Vplnrwn tmWY vv|ll. r.-n*i|i|.-r i..iiii.i, (JAM  "' ' , ��� ��� ,' , ,linH Amlcintfp: 'mm���m:\ ��  linn m, ailmne, "''"���"        lilWM'.i.       (IlllCPIIfi  111  llflll-l .'ID  ,.r..��������,.,1,:.tr���.,.r^.,[,,n.Nii,^iJ../i.���  . A- .,, -.,-���.,,        ,   lH"'i" I'Mlll  liy 4|||ui| lllllllr  iiinii A pllmiiiiiM lo hhovy. All wln'lowi, iloiililn i|li)/in| unil'hriiiiiii��i|,'  lully iMMult'iluil. Vunllo litnplni-n, No Mnltii, n<nni|ii ol|i*ir|ini|, |rifi|ii  IMlllfl    |lint|';d|pi|i|  |||lllll|i|!.,   lllWli   in,  ll||illl'.||l|i|lli|   y|i,vy,    <���||   ���|lr,���  $:i|,hp, To vlnw, roll Pon ||o��ld/in,llinir.9f)f)4,  srcMRi'.T .  ' ''''"'". No! Iwi.V  �� uinlnlly liiuliiloliinil riioiluin 3 limliouin' iimhuiIivi, Iihiiki wllli  161)0 1.111101 *i luul ;on onn l(luor, Mm. lornn ilun wllli liiuplnru.  Millulilti Im piivni.y m biiMnimi., Dlilo. roinoil, hl(,i,|<io., drive.  1/11 lolly lum-Vn|mil unil (cm ml ylnw lol, lull miui $34,000  down piiyiimni, Jo vmw, liy-'niiiimiiiinniil  i���||y   ,���||  yi/ni  down piiyniiiiil,  IliiiMtiii, lltlh.'XifM,  I'mi  l"WA|-lll< ' ' Ho, ?|V0  Houi \umi, mul ll-aliniiiiiiii ^iiml.wn|i|,||iini hi wllli boni IminMi  ���1'inv. llm Mm;! |iM lji,(i mil.", Im.m, >Hir||n||. |-*|,|��� V|tiw w|l|| miiimv  t'M/oMim llyilm p||i)|���) rm,I wold, (mn oil ||���, .,������) i'���|i ...i.L  tl'iOO,  UylK.liilown, I)ui. Ilu'lilt'ii lill!)9!ilM        ' '  IIM.IUIM MAY .'"  ' , ,Nl, ynM  '10011 lol in 1,1 mm mi Ilimmi i|i��ui, Miipi, uwuy hum Muiiini, i.lnin,,  .llllil,liy.|ili)|mily,,��;tii.h-  . Ill V,      ,    ,     ,',l   '    ���'"'���/    .("Ill    ,��..(,(Mil,    1.11  mul mnul lii.liiini   llyilfia. |��l|i<iif .nn   willm'Iinu by imlimilv   I*.  ask i'or our iiui CAiAlfK.i'/i <V liiAi f MAT*  Hfix  I2B, 5c(j)oli  , AGENCIES l,TD.  fii^no mii-vm  U:.,t\OM.)      '  --'fr'  ���h  .      '1,0 .,.,.,.   , ... a    , a /   .  ^'������'W��|aa��>a,.��l^.����.iy*.^^  *���"       &3pJ��r*i0%z^^^^^-f >*r'~"J^v."i',*'*-*>'f ���*--**"* *  H*00.*m0*.^0L*,^ti*,  ^a*\^kyMt^Ai��ftm ^fr*t^w^^tfea*^*,^lb fe^*^*^^ ,  HHlln^h ^^^^mK^c  ��  A '-"*"���'���"   Jn       "* iU **r 4  I    *'  :���.',  *r  I-?.  7.-?<��  ,i  K;  ^.{^J-t^  ..v  ' - �����" ���     �� ..J _ ��������"���*   W. T  '       - ',       -    *   ���   ^** : * ��� ��� *_ ,     2  HELP WANTED (Male)  PETS  FOR SALE  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.  40  (SECIIEDT)  MAINTENANCE  Til AP12SMAH.  NATimiR   OF   POSITION:  V'luier thu general direcfipn pt  tho SupavinUmdent of  ttuilih  ^^-imd-.a.wnciv^*^  fSr'ftm'DWg. out.n viu-iet^ of    -j}pn _Poll��  jwlf . Ar*Wan ��� slrp..-  BLACK toy female poodle, 3  years    o]d    .$30.    Must    be  speyed,   Ph. 1 885-9797.   6890-37  UVESTQCK .  6 WEEKS oltj Weaper pigs;  .   Vprl-shire     ^pd    Lapdraca  ORDER   yopv   garbage   incinerator   at  $3.5Q   each   from  Sec-hell  Kjus^ep. Phone  885-  2443. ��� 0390-tfn  CHANNEL    Maslpr " aptenna.';  Plume 88(i-2:"03 afler 0 p.m.  ...'' ���-���.*. ���---"'.. ���������-��i>-3f>-  FOR SALE {Continued)  BLEOTBOLUX Sales and- t3ti -  vjce.  Bob  Ytellham.   PJioiio  885-9878. BSOS-tln  ' ''P.JJUpS pf Yancpiivcv,*^ lipu;  V|eiiI' i'-fymber % copies .$3.f>...  .pdr;*iple{e siipset lyp^W ���".PV'1-^  $2,50, Dr, Onttifijae-bavt-i W;  attsijjnments which .include  alternations and repair of  Buildinijs ��� and equipment,  p-iiiiuifairiuro and installation  of millwork, cabinets pn*\  shelves and general utility  ��� didiiis Kill"-.- .as fuinitin-Q moving, deliveries, etc.  RBQU1REP ** KNOWLEDGE'  AND SKILLS:' *  As tho 'iriajorily* of time will  lie spent, in the manufacture  ���and installation of nullworlc,  cabinets and shelves, applicant nmJ-t have ' provprr  ability. Must have a valid  drivers licence.    .  SALAHY AND JIOURS ai'*  WOUK:  Initial appointment al '$053.  per month rising to $(199. per  month on completion of three  months probation. Normal  work u/uek Monday to Friday,  7 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.  t ,  Attach pertinent information  re ��� qualifications npd experience and jpclude names  of 3 references.  Address applications to Secretary-Treasurer, School Distiict N. 48 ("-"echell). Box 220f,  (iibsons, ft.C. and mark envelope "MAINTENANCE  TRADESMAN APPLICATION." Closing dale for  applications for this position  is   August   2.   1971.        (1887-35  Ph.  lUrry jacphson  88579369.  _____ -      ^12-3^  fi   Wfe'EK   OLD weaper'~piis^  Yorkshire^ . and Lapdraco  cross, ulso 15 month old stallion colt,���Indf Arahjan sire.  Phono   Harry   Jacobson   885-  0.369.. ���    ��� ���  ���        ' aaia-35'  _a ; '  2 YEAR old Gelding for- sale  Phone  886-2897.       '0718-1 fn  ELECTOiq ^tovfi, good copdi  tion $25,-4 f'|, bed:$yi,..waslv _   __  ing machine $ 10.,FliL- t"��fl?fJ64l��� ���7F;7'r>s^8viTts"  hppm. ppspyypfp], \ny\f ft"-���'  pi T|ie '.i'ipies ��� BogUsI'"1 -'  SecTnnt.  Plv  flfi5��QflM*' ���iWrJ  REQISTERlSp/   Anglo     Arab  Gelding,   good   trail   horse,  good games horse,  18.1  hands  J350.    Appaloosa    mare,    J4.2  '���Thai-ids, excellent i'or children  or   adults.   Good   trail   horse,  " alsp - endurance horse $250.  Shetland     Pony    Gelding,     3  .years old, trail broken, "Cute  as tlie dickens" $75 with saddle and bridle. 888-7734.  fi��f)4-35  ���j&s'enterprises ltd. a  ���      c   .    8p6-7123  Notional  Feeds Dealer ,  National Dog Pood 50 lb. .").7fl  Wheat " 2.10  16%   Pig Grower     . 2.30  Chick   Grower .  . 2.5.*"  Complele   Line   Of   Peed   Al  Reasonable Prices  HORSESHOEING  Practical and Corrective  Graduate  Farrier���  North Rd., Gibsons - 886-7123  (1815-38  WRINGER waslipr . ih good  condition $2fi. pit; nfl-BOTfl.  ���    :;   ���      0865-35*  ���7 ���-: . ~~. ; 7 -''���    ���5  EN.JOY |lie 'gi'cijM outdoors  With ope of these., Bibles  from lhe Time's "jppkstqre, ,Se-��  cheit Saltwater ^nd trout fisherman, skin div��r, n*iptorboat  man, stpaU huat spilpr, golfer,  horseman-, archerj hputer and  many more. A|so how to catch  salmon, crabs, bottom fish,  shell fish plus fly fishing for  salmon.  Ph.  885-08547 (iftll-35  GUITAR amp. 15 wall. Can-  . adian made. Good condition  $25.   Ph.  885-9854,    .    (>863-tfn  WII.L   ��?WAl'   12".  Paiiaspnic  T.V. as new,.'for small  iato  nvodel    oulbomd    motor.    Ph.  HBii-0872. 6382-36  it's -tVIorgans  (���165-033(1. gucholi, B.C.' '  ���   8893-rlfii  ��� GUITAR      AMP,    ;Canvi||iau  mudo,  12 watts.-.K.flpd  con  clitiun  $25.. Ph.  I185-96T14.  ' fJ889-.Hu  GENERAL     Electric     rflng'- ,  auto:  oven   warmer,  stqrag>-'  drawers    etc.    $45.    885-9343.  evenings  8{15-&6fj7. 6888-3:'  GOOD   used   pinno ��� fpr   snW  Ph. 885-2187. - 6881-31  ONE WHEEL trailer oxc-cl-  lenl for' ciyhping. lari*e steel  box.   Ph.   885-9735.       * 68-13-36  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint'��� J-'ibreglass ��� Jiopc ������  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed  liir service  NYGREN SALES  '. , (1971) LTD.  Phone" 886-8303,  Gibsons, BC  ivirro  It |ool<s like  jess,  goes like  more,.-.  Tiio now Siorflilo 126-S sits *"  down low IIN o n*0t��r hflif Ms  b'uq, yot il'll not up and op like  notliln'o else in Its |mwor i:|ass,  . It's a diroct tiBscflinlniit of Evln-  rndo'8 world cliomplonuhli) V-4  mithftiird, pnly It's mode for oil  tho hidh-porformonOo lyn yj>ti���  oxpnoi, Boo this 126 hpwlnnor  In our showroom, now.    ,  Madeira  MARBNA LTD.  MAPI:.IRA PARK  Phono 003 2266  No H^nds  Jleuding   fop. Iho  ftlniosl iiiGyilnhle  (Minhlti, Q'lO'R Brown of I'omjtjr llur-  hoiii' pi'iipareH to hi) lhe ilii.sl nml roll  out of hiinn's way in llio Junior  lloikio nl lionlc.'oi'or riiiicli. ('nil' riding wmh h|joIIo(I Jlirougluni! lliu uller--  noon lo givu Iho (inivus* a i'ohI and  prolong Uio Ihrill-l'oi".sp(ii:raloi^.  Thu In\yi) nf Vali! w��ih liiirnnil mil |>ul|i  in  1680 nud  1861,  ,.  " '.','.       ' ���      ���     ' j  |  s  S  !  *  }  s  I "  i  s  i  \  s -  !  mm��  DATSUN> VOLKSWAGEN  PLUS UNI VERBAL APPLICATION  0mn0M*rinirm0U0ntH*��t***H*nMnnnru>*in*viHmn!*^^  PtLUHE PUSHBUTTON   . yfo   ^  ftADIO find SP��AI(��fl ^my��  Compluln yf\.h Do��sii(i and UmlyorBol Application.  Tlior Wlli>'FM ;N*arly All Amorjpon   aa' |*��  i  AM-PB-029-KW  DELUXE PUSHBUTTON  HAOIO nnd SPHAKEtl  Complalo with Volkiwogon ar\*\ Unlyomal Adaptor  ���Ploto to fir .almost oil American and m A,,f  Conadion Cora; ^     ONLY Jliy||^  KI  M....  UAP ASSOCIATE  Cowrlo Sfronf, Soclifllfr  |P||OIiq ll��5 ^9A  ftiPfrfffffMf^^  Impaired driving cases  occupy the court scene  HIiX'J-'NT iipiaOiiriinci.'H In GIIisiiiih polim!  nniirl lii(.'|ni|i:d; CIIITnrd .'IuIidkiiii ol  Hiiiijinll wlm wns I'liieil i|)'|l|ll,oi' 60, iln.y'n il''  in diif'ituli, nml liii.- Virlviiiu ,l|��!onKi." wim  Mimiiiiiuli.'d I'nr hIn innnliiii, Ho wns iihiii'i.r'l  wllli iniiiaii'iiil di'lvlnn..I'iiIIiiwIiik n einA  liy police r   '  '. Arlliur Illilolu ol' Twin Ci'ooKh* wo ���  i.'liiii'lCud wilh iiii|')iiiri:il di'iviiiK mid I'uilmr  In liii.ii Ihu lii'oiilliu|yy,ni' Usui. lio w.i,.  lined 'j.31111 on imii'Ii coiiiiI und Ilia ilrivlnu  IIi'didii! mmpimilinl I'or nin inmillm A I'm  lln'i' Hun hi: ul' ili'lvlnn wliilo iiinlor i.n,  imiiiiliiii wnn diiiinltriaiid.  Wiiyiin Unwind CliirKn ni Hoilioll mi  loiod n /uilliy pli'ii In n iflim'Ki* of Inipnli'iMi  ili'iviii|(, |ln wnn lliiml tfilJiid and IiIh driv  in/l lli'i'iuii! niiii|ii!iidi'i| I'm !||l iluyii. t'liiuii'  IIMini! iim 'im ll.'Mlill nl' || |iu||i'ii i'||oi:|l illln  ..(.'liirlti! ,ivns ni!t:p.io dilvo llironpl| n hlop  iilKli wlllinm rninliiK In u I mil' oil ilin'mirlv  liiiiiiilii/l ol' July UHli. Aiii'Hli.'il mid Inlum  in I'm1 ii liriinlliiily/aiii1 .luul, Ini \^nn fniiinl  ,lo linvn  i^miiiiIIiih  ol   ,'M  iik'olinl   Ip   |||,"���  llllillll, l!ll|||l!||l.   ,    ,.'  An llm ri.'Hiili nf a niiiliifnyiild urr|ili'|ii  iiniir Hliliy Lulu* .Inly Did In wlikli p.ptu.  iinnpuf   wim   Iniui'iil,   iim   di'lvni',   I'olrr  Iiniini*- lioliiiimiii uf Wind   Vniiniuvnr up  liOni'i'd   In  ruiiri  .Inly  lliird   In  fJimlnili  ,.X'lllll'HlllJ��Wllll,lll lv|||ft��willl-l'lll'o'NI.'OiSM-Ol-  .011 nli'oliul  In Iiiii' hlonil,' Im  wim  I'lnmi  I'lilllfll mill imiiponiioil finin'ililviim I'm'imi'  ��� iiiniilli, ||n milmi'il n p|nn of nulll.v. limul  i|lj<   Willi  ,|'|,' *  A   rul|ii/(i|  lllllilli'iil,1 lill.li'iiil   ni   wi'lllllil  .''Via   Aliimiir   on  h   ln||i<|'' Iiuiiiin   |��Ihv  fully wrolo* "li'lyll, iiiuiil"       nml lln-n  foi'ltnl  In iiii'linli' llm di'/.llmiliiiii  In lln  fl(iJ|foWJ���'?|n Tiiihm! IliiVliMim- in Iiiu iiinii  lipA    IWII    liny;!    Iiiiui'    irnirltoil    Will)   'Ilil"  olTli'lol rri-iivyjr "LIHn WI|iirnV"  ftaptisj Church Services  mmi* BAPTIST CHURCH  MWmulfl riiul Troll, Snchcll  fyiMfluy Srhuol )0:00 ii.in,   Mnrnl/li;jWnrfihlp rr;|i"1n.mr  CaCyARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Pniki Rd,, Gilwuifi  fjnmlriy Sr hool 9:A.i nrn,  ��� ..   ^vonliwj WoiUrlp /iOU |i,��r��r~-  Pmt^fi Rolmrt AI|ol?y*  A WAHM VVW.CQMJ; AWAIT.'  ,    YOU,  ����fS��  0j0000*0i000*00m000t0W0m00a*setKlr\  I  \  Wednesday, JM|y 28/ 1971  The Penl^sujq Tlme'?  ���^  Pago A-S  Around Gibsons;  ���by Marion C|iarmai|  RURJNG ��t felloe-ship (iqur which foUpW-' qncj Mis.   Blake O   Alcjerson, Ihey- yen!  -_j!fLiho_jvmiM_^s^^  T*^nfecost^|.:T^Mevnuulo on  Sltnd'W  tTvUy.  "liii. |\ti\v haby sister  HiJIi 'Ml'. Nonnan Stewtirj, made ppGsen'Ja-  tion *lo 'Pastrtr flrian Wit!" of 3 ipve-7-��offer-  ing iTonV'tlifci (ipngregjiiiph.  Mrs. I". ,L iVynp,aeri .pxeseptefl Mrs.  With, .a iiiindhag and gloves..  Both Mr. Stewart and Mrs. -Wynfiqerl/  ���pxpresisccl* much     arppRsciation     fpr   Iho  faithful   and   devn4cd    iKinistry   pf   this  coviplp and'ot't'tyXid many ypod wishes ip  them and they/sons 41aiv4md.Toni. ���  Tho Withe will be pi/storing tit Crati-  brool;. They.have Iiucn .^t Gihsops for"2  years.  TRAVELLERS  Mrs. La fe- Wirerf has returned aftef,  having been away /or 3 months motoring  aiul visiting mejrfners ol' her family. At  Port St. .James/Handy and Hnth Wiren  were happy over the birth of a son named  Daniel .Claude, the lalttjr name being  that'of Mrs. L.��Fa. Wimp's brother Claude  Lajoie' who was, tlie day before tlie. baby's  birth, elected Liberal member of Parliament  for Trois  Rivieres, Quebec.  Mrs, Wiren .visiled her son Jack anci  his wife -al Prince George, from there  one of her granddaughters accompanied  Mrs. Wiren to Banff, .Jasper and lo Trail  when: Mrs. Wiren visited a* brother. At  Terrace she was guest of another granddaughter and her family. While in Nanaimo. Mrs. Wfren welcomed another  grandchild. John William Addison born  lo her daughter and son-in-law there'  ANNIVERSARIES  Vince .Jr., and Judy Bothwell observed  their 3rd wedding ��� anniversary earlier  this  month.   -  Jl was the 4th anniversary of the  ni(irriage_ of Mr. and Mrs. J amps Dunn  (nee Kulhryn M-orrison) on July \ftlh.  Std ami Alice Basey celebrated "their  Hili atmiversary on .Inly 2*"nd. ,  BIRTHS  Mr., and Mrs ClarU 4**migall arc happy  uver lhe birlh of llieir second sou Shane  ("lark 7 lbs .' pzs.. at Si. Mary's Hospital  mi July :!lsl Proud grandparents are Mr.  .oui Mrs. Coi-vy McKay.  HERE AND THERE     *     '  Mr and Mis. Barry D. Anderson vis-  ii-ed Mr. ,irui Mrs. T G. Ellwood af their  new  home in  V'ictoiia for _a weeU.  Mrs J. Hill has her mother Mrs.  Uandiey Irom Vancouver visiting willi  her. "    When Mr and Mrs. Alderson Sr. from  Hu   uly were guests al the home of Mr.  Holidaying here aro M,r and Mrs. Pni;t-  Hdge Si ���lroni the Okanagan w|io are  ������vi|h Mr :\nd J\lfs Lloyd Paitlidge pn*]  'ffjmdy j  Mis M Scott liasS-eluined frorp Kim-  beiley wheie she visaed hoi sou apd inlaws ajiij enjoyed attending lhe wedding  of n pepho'.v  Mis H. L. Warn has returned from ��  visit to Gamhicv Island where she stayed  while Mr Warn wi*,& a patient pi Shaugh-  nessy, he is now home apd feeling iietle|.  ' Staying with Mrs, Ethel Eltpnes for \\\$  summer is lier guindson Ken De Leen-  PWPER HARBOUR  JABWNACp  . (Undenominotion^ir  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CUSS  ',     -      . 9:45 A.M.  CHMBC^ SERy|CE~.\l:0O��A.M.  Pastor Rey, Walter S. AckroydL  Madeira Paik ��� 883-2374  \  ey  0. ���i00*       *J-"X V^aaAJ,   at.  J, II  heer  fiom  W��lt>a*ns Lake  Mi apd M.r-5 A. -�� Knowlpf. qp*] y\r.  anci Mrs. pyiipx Kppvvles w��r<? ��Vt Brup-  c*tory Pay whpre they epjoye'ei ^ family  rpipiipp with relatives-.who 'hiK*-gflthe-a-etl  there on hoticl9y from ytiripvis are^s.  r\. N. Pitzsimplpps, B. Knpwies i\m\ V,  Ppsteh werp up neqr \0Q Mile Pppso  for the weekend, the Pitzsiimnions have-  a supimpr hpnie there.  Pn November 20, lfjlili'hetivy 'rg|ns"lfiv  P?evv Westininslpr causpcl.. seYMral. , IPP\=  chants to build a wipgdam, such a pfqper  miners used in their search for gold,  across, pplumbia Street, lo diver} floods  from thpir stores.  Tho United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's Unitccj C^prch . Dayit Bay  Sunday Service!) - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Croak Upitcd  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons Uiijtcd Church  Sunday Semcps - 11:15 a.m.  . Port Mcllop Unitofl  Supday Services - 7:30 p m.  ~^~y- -   ��� <2ntjTint|-4tl]"SuiTdgy5)   Ministry  Rpy. Jim Wi||iam?9n - G|bsg.n�� -8��6-?333  *(*#'��  ViuUll^fl.  (Llpc|epqniipc|tiapQ|l  Supday ScKaol ���-10:00 a.m.  ��� -Chjirels Spry'le'io srr TV'It? Shffl'  Eyoning Scryico 7:30 p.rn.  ' p-^siip ^ly. s/e^sELus  . Pa vis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  Foi: Qujck Hesults Use Times Adbriefs  -���^����*^sMsft^**i*���*,M%H*"��af  t   **,  i  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� Th.4 free reminder af corplngi ovenfs is p seryipp of SECHELT AtjENClES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times dirpct fqr free listings, specifying "pafe  Pqd". Plwse nato that space Is limiied and spme advance datps may  haVQ to wpit��their tprp; plso that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot alvyays carry full defqi|si. ,  July 28���^^Duodline for entries in Gibsons Sea Cavalr-aHe Porade.  ������J>.jly, 28---8 j-.ni. Secheh Ldgjpn |-|pl|. Bippg. .r  ...���_.  July 29-^-7:30 p.m. VVilson Creek Community HoJl.- 5.C. Repionol district Ratepayers. Puhlic Meeting.  July   29���7:30  p.m.   Gospel  Cburcl^  Wilson  Crock    Film   "To" Russia  With Love", .  July 30���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  Aug. 7--11  a.m. Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Parado.  Aufl. 7���2 p.m   Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.  Pemolilipn Derby.  "I  "i  ���a  REGISTRATION OF  DISCHARGES OR EMISSIONS  TO THE AIR PURSUANT TO  SECTION 5A(5) OF THE  POLtUTIpN CONTROL ACT, 1967  All persons (inrjiulinij inc|iviflti��i|sr firms, snclolios, cdrporoilops. anrl .nl|f,   ,  Irivols nf ijovt'iiiinc-nl, siilijucl to juriudlrlinn of lh�� l-foviijaj of Hiill:,li  Colinnhiii) who imnwliiiiuly prior I" \my<iiy \f W\, wuro aiiisinn w  |��oiiiiilll|i|| llm (l|si;hiii|jo or umisKloii inlo i|io nlr of nny cnnliirpjiinnl from  tiiisoiilinlly .inindtisliliil soiirco are ruf|iiire(.| lo so (joljfy llm Pirurloiv'.  I'ollniiiiii Control"liranrh, In wrlilng nn or hufoio p��cq��iil?��r 31, W\ '  nsspisriiiju iho lypfuif coniainlnijiH, and Iho raid nnd location of ihu  (-mlbi-iou, , ' ' ........      ,  ; 'PailnVo lo aiinply w|lh llm nbovo Is on offofiro nfjaliiBl; iho Act nml Is  piinishnhlo hy n fltift. not oKcapdlnjj' $1,0(io,00 or lo iinpriopiuiiuiit not  tixcuodlnK:. nH��ni|is,'or hnln; If ihu'offnnni is of n <:oniiniiliu' naium hy  n flno nut (!\'0)udin[{ $,'i()0,00 for quel) clay ll)U offtiiicuconllnuus (fiuclloi)'  "0/\ ofl'olltiUon Conlrol Acl, 1907).  <JNIi KI:filSU<All0N l-OUM"l�� KIFQUIKI;!) .    .   ���  l<r.'l<li'li'i|lnii fninis nml moro ilel.i||i:i| Innlriicllnns ��ro hvaILMu In yuiif efca fiui)>  tlio i'lilliillun Lunlml |lM|ii,|| nit  .J  VH;|OKlA  t  IOWI"RMAIMI.AM|>  NOKTli''  .<'������*���        '   i *  OKAMAOAM  IjOll 11 Ml MIHAI.  -��r-  rior. r<m|c fiinuit , ���  .Vliil-Jil'ij lliltlvli ''uliiiiilila    '  HjliA n��Ur BimtjR   .  i.'I'iiiiIhiioIc,'HiiiMi tT'iiMinil'l*'  711 filmiluy filiciil  Niilmiil, (IiIIInIi (:ii|iiiiiIjJH  !H:i.fii|| uiriHit  N��w Wi!f.liiiiiir.lor, Rjllli-li Cnliimlilf**.,  rriifoi.i.|(iiiii| ri^iifi  Rnriin :j|'i��|/ii!i-:iii| Avintio  I'llnni (ii!ii|/ii)r|i||ili.|i 0u|mi))I)|a  CViiut Hiiimo  V**ru*m, |ir|ili*li f'o|iimli|��  11\  .I'll,  Ui  ti  6!  *?  >!--  I  *\  j  t  Wih Wwi ro|iHril��l�� fiirw*  .1    "' K.i|ii|i|ii|iH, UilHi.li Ciiliinihla  Coiiijiltilml fuiiiin ma In |m fllml mi ny Im'fnrrt |)��i:o|i)lior 31, '|��7|, wlllit  ���      --"-��������� TiirniRrfTnRnrrniii/riONtoN^orfif'AH^f  WATi-K I'l.soiJKrr.'j siiKVtci;  I'AHIJAMINriJUIiniNfiS  Vl<:ii'KIA,fJ|illli'|lLU|iJM��IA  ,   W, Ni Vftinlilo*. p, pnir.  Dal(j(JiJul/J0r107t .. Ulrudor I'ulluUun Ceritrot Br��r��df  mvMimm w imm, mww;mn watpb resqurc^  WAMHHIIjCH/HClHSSMtVlC^  POLLUTION CONTHQUIHANtof, YIOTOBIA,  ���>��  .���aWMrta-asjafrtJaM^f^^^iaSajSaJI^^^ *, ��e^Xte!*_$r.k*l'*H*rt*#!V  <.J0i'  a/j-a^***''***-'  -    .��� 'Nf   ...   ��� a��.  [���V "���,.��''''.' J'.'' .  ���* ,-* :*   ?    *    ��    *   1    t  I'   ..'.  ^        r    .-   ���       ~~...*.^.~^ilWrtl><0*l0$^r0X0*^d^  ^iVTSWi. ^naa- - T .   _a��S Tfl"     ' a.. ">-  " ,-v.0f Jn.,lH&0, it. A    (Kif.^a. ',��-    ^.a'.-u��- .'".^'i  "' Oi .' . .   ���~��B.,... ���_.-..., a     ~w     - '"^�� .    -    , ^      .   J_.   <=��� *^*  ~��J-^-r'ff*��.^-~Z  ^-^aT,^1,.   "v,^,V ~-~.~���-��� ".& ^.^, -    "   ^-   ���*., .e ,$1, aaAC^V .^ P   "���"aa   <'   |-r-^^Jaaa^^ava��**aaB*Kaa3Wa^^ *2i %^��001?H .* Wt^X^yZ. ,~"'Z^?S^?'$r%^Q$^*^&^?*'!Z:g^ ���^��^��*v-        ��-   T,   , -  ��� ,���   ��*-  ���>      7T\Trr\r?*rr���.,, 7^r7^W*v?^?>?yfZ  '.*".' ,v,v -X' - ��� -���^��-��''-onr-��-rt>i'*v\%v��v, .^ vvvapv^^������ri'*v.;',;;,'\... .,  ���  <-**,:       -ja        -   ������ 0*      '��   .r.  ***���       IL    - ���T*   _  TJT"  III  ..  11  ���1  r  ������"*����  py Trr  V  ���v.  -.J  1  !  h  ���  -    -  *  t  1  A  f'  it  ��    i  11  t  ��� \        Dedication ���-  Originally left in trust by Mrs.' Louisa pryson Daugall to the Anglican-  . Church- of Canada for continued use  of qhildrfin, -Dot-gall Park, Gibsons,  was officially dedicated last weeli  \yith a dedication speech delivered  by fanner Village chairman Wes.  Hodgson. Also participating in the  ceremony were, from left: Mr, Hodgson,  Cannot   Alan  Greene,  Mayo/  ; Waily Peterson, Alderman Ken Goddard and Hon. Isabel-Dawson. Also  present fof- the occasion were: Kinsmen president Ron- Leachman and  Kipette president Marie Cruise. The  Kinsman Club has been responsible  for much improvement to the park  during past years. The park was  finally transferred to the Village  Council as a continuing body.  The demolition of the original Hudson's Buy Company Foil at Victoria was  finally completed  by   18(i4.  mohe;    A.BOUT ...  ��� Secrielt Council news  ���fforii  page   A-l  on the top portion of West Porpoise Bay  Road where reconstruction has commenced. He-said the machine would.be  available shortly. Also lie agreed with  the suggestion of Aldermen Benner and  'Nelson'-that some of l|ie bends further  down the road be included in the work  for this year.  SEA WALL  Aid. Benner asUud whun it is planned  to proceed with further consideration of  the sea-wall along BoulevaKcJ. The clerk  said he would prepare plans.;,prior, to  seeking tenders, in tlie mean time he- did  not think there was any great hin-i-y^������  Aid. Osborne, advised liim that there  is some hurry in that the work should  be completed before the high tides later  in the. fall.' ������-    .��� - ���  ���-'-'���-��� - ���-.---  ���--������  It was .moved tenders be sought as  soon as possible, meanwhile Counqil  would visit lhe area to decide where the  next section of sea-wali would go in.  um  BIB  Public Meeting  The Sunshine Coast Regional. District Ratepayers' Assoc iation  will hold ilvfirst Public Meeting at the Wilson Creek Community  Hull on THURSDAY, July 29th at 7:30 p.m.  The agenda will be the questions, as submitted in our brief to  the Regional District,  ���   Please supponf your community by attending.  V,  Anderson  Secretary-Treasurer  as  "HS5M3B!  mm  $$$$$[  Dmtal Topics  "WHY do so many children have their  teeth banded'arid wired?" Orthodon---'  tics is a specialty branch of dentistry  which deals with |he prevention and cqiv  rection of irregularities of the teejh. Of  course, tlie .key word is -/'prevention."  Many complex and expensivje orthodontic  procedures can be virtually eliminated.  For example ���' the early loss of baby  teeth is preventable. How does this help?  When baby molar teeth are lost before  the time ihey should be shed ��� approximately 10-12 years of age ��� fhe balance  of force is'upset. Once a space is created,  the teeth tend to close it. Therefore, in  this case the "li year molar" (tlie permanent tooth wjiich is next to the second  baby molar)" will have a strong tendency  Ip move forward into the open space.  This is the- space formerly held by the .  baby molars. Then when the permanent  tooth (a bicuspid), which is rightfully en-  tilled to this'space, comes along later il  is either held back Jjy the misplaced 6  year molar or is forced out of proper  alignment with the other teeth. If a baby  tooth is lost early, your own dentist -----  not necessarily an orthodontist ��� can  construct an appliance called a "space  maintainer." This holds the space open  tor the permanent teeth and can prevent  costly maLpajduaJunsi'lton)' forming.. Here  a 'stitch in time saves nine', but a filling  at the right, time would have saved that  baby tooth al a fraction of the. cost of the  space maintainer.  A space maintainer is only one of the  available interceptive devices. It is npt  a permanent appliance and therefore,  must bp supervised lay ypur dentist.  ,"Iyr a Bjjeqkinrtfjge"  at GiKsans theatre  j-fSOLEUEtl Bl^e'*,   the 'movie that* re*,  ceiyed the envied **ma^t 'bruta*," BWttfd,  fjop-i the N,y. Thpes plays-��fof only twp  more night's at thp Twilight The&trp. This  jyiovie shows ip graphic ?Mj*il thp hynshi  -^^nd-un'ugUtie^tmeqt-the_ea^|y���A��t��epca,i-j>  ��� Indians received at the founds of white'  soldiers. A parallel of'the Vietngprt Wan  "t clearly reveajs lhat man tjppg not peed  modern weapons tq inflict tpn$$ destruction. This vnovie is restricted.  ��� Rollicking in next is -Donald Syfhevsi  land and Gene Wjldej*-' ip *'t3|art thp ''������fle?/-  volution withoiit me",-a favpe- of the -  Fiench revojiitipn with ap hilai'ipv(s version of the Prin*?e *\py\ ihe Pavipep fprmat-  A film the-whole famiiy pan "see and:  enjoy.     "   ���_.''���'...-  ���- '.   T.  Mae We^t. anci Ilacqupl Welch .prpve  tliaLJ"verythipg you've heard ahpvtt -it is  hue as "Myia weckenridge'' conges to the  Twilight's screen ��� commencing Monday,  August 2. Myra "is forhierly Myron, a  homosexual young man who undergoes  a trans-sexual operation. This movie is  also lestncted. ��   -  First black  ambassador  A MALAWIAN will be appointed the first  black   ambassador   to   South   Africa,  Pi eslderit Kamiizir Bahda lias told Parliament.  His announceprient coincided with the  raisiing of the fegatipps of the two couth ���  tries to ambassadorial Ipvel. He revealed ��  that this agreement was  reached   when  South Afvican Prime Minister John Vaster visited Malawi last year.  The president added that tjiey also  agreed that the head of the Malawi mission in South Africa "must be a "Malawi-'  and  Malawiap  of   pure  African   blood."  There has been no indication who  will be appointed Malawi's first ambassador. The first Malawian diplomat to  be stationed in South Africa was Joe  Kactiingwe, who now is ambassador to  ���K��nya.  J -  '     ���  The Malawi legation in South Africa  currently is headed by -Englishman Philip  Richardson, formerly permanent secretary  in the Ministry of External Affairs.  / 0|V ChristmasDay 1865 .3 nraii named  Warher,"his wife and three other men  set out in a small boat-to visit the lighthouse keeper's family on Race Rocks,  near Victoria. A riptide tipped the boat  and alj five drowned.  TOTEM CLUB  Hill's Bar, near Yale was a rich Fraser,  River gold producer, in 11175 j I was estimated lo have yielded .$2 million since  ils discovery in lllfill. The bar is less than  a half a square mile in area and mapy  claims had oply-a 2(i-foot frontage.   -  PHONE  AD-BRIEFS  AT     -  885-9654  TO REACH  p��m* l  Jddtpdf $300  ' $7S TO GO  ir DOOB1 PRIZE ft  0*0000000000000000000**00**000000000000  \  j  2,500  HOMES.  ���^ M��.' AdvoftUors  Thpfq qdvorti*ing  tpacei oro real bar-  Qaln* ht ypu. Sold on  contract only. For <to-  taili on how to *>*ratch  Ioulr odvartiilng dolor, phono 885-9654,  ask for apodal ail  rar.es.  Back when the early Salmonbellles thrilled thousands,  lacrosse Was really a man's game. Rousing. Rugged, And  you know something? it h-asn't changed any. Neither have  the mighty men who play it, Or enjoy It. Afler a tough  match, they're still ready for pian style refreshment. And  that means just one thing. Old Style refreshment.  BEER  '-      ' Slow browed and naturally agad  TI1I1 <<Jy,tll>iiT)<nl ll nol fjubllnnj a, aCip'iytil bl *l>* U'luo' Unliul Uo��|il ui la�� UK lauairiwllnt el IlilUili ColumMfc  lM����MMMt'a��Mt��maa-��a��ai��MMM>.MWWMl.n<WMVt^^  '*'''1.*W$'  Wli*:A  j wf.xjmr#k ,  :AA\   ~Atd?  ^-frtfla   a ���i Any  ���^t* A  nnTJnninnr-inrTipnni���i���r-rn-^���*r*'r'*"*,l"^**"*��*"**"'*,"''l,jrSII^y'f^''"'"'"''"*"M'''"''  '   ���  %'"  ' H  JM'Mi'i'  fJiH-ffflr ���'  '':4mW r  an  Tfie.-Other Guys  Country ond Western Musk.  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Brian With   day M"(?n le^ft..to visit relatives in Eiro.se,  Will "be Pentecostal Minister. Saskatchewan, .Mr. and Mrs. Sandersons,  ��hfe is $ $3 SPOT!  -*- (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 homes than any  other   newspaper   produced-'in   this   area.  ,   The Times  Phone 885-9654  h6r aunt and uncle.  Visit-pvs 9t Mr��. Ada Dawes were Mv.  Normpi, Coql* of New Westminster; Mv.  4ay was Jasques Antiques .where-the Arts-  Council has its, art exhibit under ,the  shade of. the trees. Mrs..Kathleen Wells,  Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Murray and Mr..  Don Radcliffe Mid excellent paintmgs on  vie\v early in the afternoon, ���s<niie.others  came later.  Por the first. time in several years  the .Tack Whattes family have got together  for a family reunion. Their son Barry  and his wife Donalcja from North Carolina  and M# BPh Dempsey ICingslon'Ontario and their friend with whom they have  ,and I^Eiss Susan-Steen from Edmonton. heen visiting in Vancouver Mr. Merrilee-}  -���M4ss^-^apft^nd-A14'smwLeepGld-ft-Gm~ -Een'eL Bari'-y.completed liis Mooter's De-  Walnuf, sCi-eek, California are visiting S''*ee hi Special Education at the Univer-  their g^h^parents-Capt- and Mrs. Gordon srty of North Carolina in the spring and  Jones'and i'ijl be joined by their parents on August 1st starts sjs the assistant co-  Mr. anil Mrs; Eynest and Carol Leopold ordinator in charge of teaclier training in  -TWJE-X^PEAK EaRS-AR.**-  Madel AS 432 Car Stereo  Model AS 432 Actron 8 Track Stereo, with external  fi��o timing OHoad Alignment), brilliant walnut wood  grain and brushed aluminum finish; separate right and  leff clionncl cpptrol with hi-low tape control; safety  design flush f**��nt panel incorporates manual/auto,  channel selector and panel signal light,  SU6(3ESTEP UST PRICE $74,95 '  STILL INCLUDED!  Complete witl) 2 speakers.  UAP ASSOCIATE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2296  sww  ���holiday  at   Painter's'  mmmsitmmimmisM:  1WIN CREEK BUlLDaHG  SUPPLY LTD.  IS PLEASED TO  v THE OPENING OF  j. i.  'THEIR  MCE  y\j vy? ti l  (PHONE 885-2288 or 805-2289)  , Af the old  Peninsula Building Supply Site  Wharf St. and Highway 101, Sechelt  ATCH:THIS--PAPER FOR  OFFICIAL 'OPENING 'DATE  after   t|Yp   latter's  Lodge  '\ Mrs. Ervin Benner's cousin, Mr. Stewart Bates and wife Sue are visiting from  Deep Cove with daughters Kim, Teresa  and,Payla.,.,.   Camping out for two,weeks were Mr."  and Mrs. Harold Nelson and daughter  Sharon. They were in Williams Lake when  ��� the bad hailstorm hit, covering the ground  like snow. At Lake Le Jeune they woke  up to'V.1 inch of ice on the tarp and bears  roaming ground the campsite between  the tents. Well named, Lake Le Jeune  gave Harold and Cay their limits of fish.  There are 30 campsites now with 250  planned for. Loon Lake, Lac La Hat-he  were .also, enjoyed during the Nelson's  holiday. "~r~:  Resting at home 'from St. Paul's Hospital is Mr. Rick Radynski of the Wakefield Jnn.  Mrs. Pauline Benner. came home on  Sunday, after an operation' jn"St, Paul's  Hospital, while slie was there,- husband  Louis spent some time in St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.      . .  .. Mr. and Mrs. Tinson and their three  children are visiting wilh the .Jack May-  ne's, prevjous visitors for two weeks  were regular visitors Sechelt since the  l!)20's lhe Misses Ella and Bessie .Jamie-  son from Vancouver���-  Mrs. Hurry Sfwyer's niece Mrs. Lillian JVJervyn unerdaiighU;r Marilee, are  tit Ihe- Savvy*"!' homo,, visiting from',Port  Moody.  Mrs. Mnrgarei'Gibsons' guesl has boon  Mrs. Ill Hie Simming ol Monlroul, a Iniiimr  resident of  Ibis sin.a, ... ��� |  .  .  '  Happy   In   be   honm   I'rnni   Si.   Mary's  .Hospital is Mrs,Hurry IJiilcholnr of Solum  Park. Mr, I.oron SJiuw is ulwi honm IYoiu .  hospital, ' ',  i.  Mrs,-Shirley Brown of Wilson Crook-  has dont) il uguln, lliis gn| Imlie^u.s in  1'iilohlng big fish, lust your it was u ,i/l  pounder, this your n big ���l'2-pouniioi-, huw  M'uvy in Hlui giilng lo niului bur l'll7l! .spuing  wilmon,  . Thy (luldo Assorlulioi) Buko unit Hunk  nn|<- lasl Kiiliii'iluy was' u f*r--��i| mhvi'k.s,  iho bilking di.sa|-penrod In no limn ul nil'  find ll|o Guides und their helpors worn  lwt.pl busy soiling In mitts- llni rosl of | tic:  flay. A mosl siiiroro llmnk ,yi||i In nil wlm  doiiiilod bonks mul linking und in Mi  Hnniul (liiiiltin I'or linn nl Iho .N|j(ini in  front  of bis ul'l'ioo,  A inusl lolorofdlng iipiit to vli.il (Salni  a new federal pilot project in Durham  North Carolina. Dohalda is completing  her Master's Degree in special education  with a fellowship this year. Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Waites daughters Germaine Fletcher,  from Fort St. John with her four children^  -.-Randy,Wendy "arid twins Brfent and Belinda and Vicki Cuzzetto from Vancouver  and her boys Dean and Mark.  The Fletcher's four children will holiday on the coagt for five weeks while  their parents take a trip to Ireland and  England-  Canada  has added two  words  to the  weatherman's    dictionary���chinook    arid'  blizzard.  bloke C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt      "  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 s.m, to 1 :QQ p.m,  EVENINGS PY APPOINTMENT  By Appointment Only  Phone 883-2602  ROALC0G0R RANCH  GARDEN DAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  $w*0&>pfp>.  v  c  Ohhh 9 t �� A Summer Man  From Uncle MkkV  Uncle Mid  <s  MEN'S SHOPPE  Trail  Bay Centre,  Sechelt  Phone 885-9838    '  Nod  during  offlco hours  A Monlroul lawym; .soloclod  ii liri^hl, Nli'ulo'iil, nl. Mcdill  ���Uiiiviirriily lo join''Ws-Tfiw liriii  iil'lur ho coniplifli.'tl n yctnr'n  Ml inly iiIii'ihkI. 'I'hi! yiniir/< nuiu  (���oliirnod wilh ii IiciKitI. 'rim  iilloriiny loiikod liim nvisr nl  soiiin lifni'ih whon ho riiporlod  for work, "Yoiin/< nmii," ho ,  mild nl liml, "I hiivn nn olijoc  Hnn lo Ihnl llDlH'il ,'lllhl don'i  wi-ni',.11   durliiK. ol'l'lcn  lioiirw."  .  Unit ,covor  , A Iiiii'Iiki' 'ropui'lH Ihnl onn  Hnliinlny, ii loii/'-'linli'oil loon-  n|yir chiiu! jnlo Ii.Iii nlio|r.'ninl  ti/iI in n wull Inn I'lmlr, I'l/irli  llinu' llm  boy'd  lurn afiiinii, '|n<  loi Hii'moono' iiimi /(il iihi.'ini of  liim, Al'lor Iwo lioiirti, llm Imr  Imi    mild,   ''Hpnil,   yon   inlnhl  -j u ^ t ��� n ,c{��� ��� wr' 11 rfo i * j i - r-i 11 *imw''""  JlopHoil llio hoy, "I'm nol  ���wnllliiK I'or ii iJiilrnil; I'm hld-  Inii I'rnhi my fnllior nnd lliii,  Im   Um   I/ihI   pliini   lm,'il   linnl.  lo inuR fpy. nit),"  A'loxiinilnr-fSmllh!  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At    |||����   Mllli'  wuy ftiltunit', f*|m In-'iilnli'd  Allrr n, innin��!i>l'n M'lli-clion,  tthn   i'o/ini'|i!i;l|i)iiifly    di'po'^)i'd  v.  too  phone ahead for reservations  T�� 11 ������ nil  ��� filial c'ltfiifm  I", a.     ^      ���.-. n  Jf you've ever Imd to search for a plncc to sleep wljh darkness  rolllnB fast you'll Ivimw i|ic impoiiiuico of a rcscivaiion. Hut  jilioiiinu ulicm! nteansmucli pp^,, ;��� |i means a day nf rclaxaiioi),  Iwlnu iihk1 io linger ai inici-uMinu upoi.-i or  ^ spL-iul nn c{dra liourdn .(|ie-��iii), liojoy "  ''v^i'"!! Mii.'u'ilon nil duy, cv��;i'y day ,, J  |ll.'l||Cll|)l'|l(|,  "\V.   %  J'  ',  \  A  y ���  7    '**'  y  Is  ���*-'*  'W  iM^V'"  lit ,  /.  \  *t.a     A*'��<(al��  <**���������  ��Abt*i*\* *  ��� "   '  I   i. V *t Ut"*   {( *1t  I   ,.   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Wednesday, July 20, 1971 Thp Peninstilq Times Page B-3  Halfmoon Bay Happem  WITH- fine-i-ifiather, lhe fish running and  ��� guests in many homes, it is small  wondei lhat only 14 people turned' oui  to l|Vosiannua| nteeMnt; of the Welcome  l^eaoh Community Assoplation last "Si]\-  urday, but it was disappointing to the  officers and committee chairmen who had  Inken- lime, to write such excellent reports of lhe pasl  year's "activities.  Mrs. ���[���Vila Leucine reported fi\r gpo'd  season with programme of varied interest  and thanked all members I'or their assistance and co-operation.  John HaU reported the most successful -aluiflTeboard season yet, wjth two  tournaments completed: He expressed  appreciation of his right Mtn'd man, Ed  Cook, who hat' taken over during his illness .sp~Ui.it there was no inlemiptTon in  Lhe arrangements. He pointed put thai  the shul'I'lehoard needed rel'inishiug or  replacing before  tlie new season .started.  Fritz laouchte reported a very satisfactory film season wilh attendance ranging from If) tn -IH. A development under  consideration for lhe coming ssea.son was  a second night showing of all programmes in Ihe Extended Care Unil of Si.  Mary's Hospital, He paid 'tribute to Keith  Cornyn and 13ill Fraser who had served  TouT  ;uld Times Page B-3 fFT^ZZ^Z  ~1 "������""���'"'"'*'���, . : "���*���"���*�� "- **   :���ms-}. A^AIi'-h ���.-   ������**'    ;.  mings       . v >>-*--v^ri,��.-'\ .;* ���. ..t  ^by .Mary TinMev rJ^V/-        .' ^<\   ��     A A  '* ^ "7��**V~" -\ - -^ ���  have to catch a lislt lo win. L^��W . **      J /,*.-_        V  '. '   j^���.,  ^I'C'" >    ������    rt ,   > i       ' -i I*    I , J*-j ~    "r  lcoipe    l.-each    last    Sutnirldy ��� -�� '���   *\V'       -     '*       ��� S    ! ��.'���'' ��� '      ���'"*>  Irs.'Rqd  Englisit   was   hostess, '       .*��lf*/*      ���    j. %    i *    \ . \.4*  and dessert  party in hOnoiu ,'-*>- " ', * *">w   ��     , j "  J ' **  :i  lyirs.   J.aipnel   Poo|c- who  ipe Am*. 3/       J'   " -       '  ''    ' \        *     % i '"   *��  i-  jiingland   this   week   Their VY    .'"'",. .-, 1     L    ���<   *       **  le from all the Colt-ages in lhn s>\ x"    .   *    ^o      .'      jt **���;'."   -���a>" i.  Mipn of W^H-ome Beach to'hid \\   -     '    '      . X.'-      If Y ,��\  hnii v'i'ivi'i i/o   Tliriv. \uf��t'f> im f>i.f.fi. r il' ,J��    i ' / '" ' *jr*  J, ���*���.  didn't even  PARTY  At. We  evening, Mrs. Hqd Engli^ wn-> hostesi,  at i) coffee and dessert party in hfmwi  of Mr, and Mrs. Lionel Poo|c- wim ipe  leaving foi' England this week Their  friends caine from ali the Cottages ui Ihn  w.eslern sectiiin of Wul''um'-> Beach to'hid  the Cooks bnii voyage. They, weie pipsep  led Wil'h a bird etching by Glen Clink  Mr. Cook is being sent to��,EngUmd tor  three years by- his company and the  family Wi'|l live in Surrey during then  stay in Ejng'"and. Meantime,- then ^ol*  come Beach cot)age has been leased to Mi  'Mrs. .Bill-Hulton of Vancoinui  J  t  -  ���  1  ���'>-  y  "^j  *      >  vf  .    "  ^\  * *  '                  *.0            ,          '     "  *4  *       * ,  a                    I*'     r  Ay  *, i  t'll     . *.  �����.  s  00  I  QK 'HOME  r. atid Mrs. All' Young are home nt  Eureka al'lor a six weeks trip cove|ing  "1,000 miles during which they visited lel-  ativos rigfif acros's Ihe country. .is J.u .it-  Thunder Bay on Lake Huron. Heic in  glorious wpaiher, Ihey enjoyed a visit  with their daughter, Margie Marlyn. Oh  their way there and back they stopped  in Edptonton I'or a visit with their spn  .Donald and his family, and in Calgary,  they   visited   Mrs.   Young's   mother   who  -ag .pi-ojec-lmoists   and   lo   the   Peninsula ~^*^^te^y be-BB-years-rrWr-   Times awl Mary Tinkley for their excel- The   weather   on   both   the   outgoing  lent,  news, coverage   which   "had   proved    and   return  journeys   was   terrible,   par-  e group which had con- ' fine One. One day they did 'manage to j[ js dusty aifd-hul bpl ypuiig riders  istmas dinner and co-op- ��<*��� oul '" A.I Omong's game farm where .^ tjielr-'rppimt's Sl'e stijl 'game ifor  le   Centennial   Committee     l����ns.   tigei-s.  elephants  and   many  other     act'on *ds fa Jfxmiby Rodeo epds with  ;a .great em-ouragemenl to him.  ,      Heporliny   for   Ihe   Ladies'   Auxiliary,  Mrs.   Irraser  said   there  were   11   regular  members  of th  vened   the   Chi  eritted   with   Hie  in organising the Centennial Country  Fair, with oustanding results. The Hope  Chest raffle, she reported had been particularly successful and she' expressed  lhauks of the Auxiliary lo ihe numerous  people who had donated goods and services; To Parkers' Hardware who had displayed lhe chest'and sold-raffle" lickels,  to the men's team which had set up stalls  and cleared up after the fair and to the  ladies oufside Ihe membership who had  helped on the stalls and contributed in  any way to the success of the Fair.  liculahly at Edmonton where it was-so  bad* that they, spept mosl of their tinni in  the museum which, fortunately^ is a very  y  ���<  x���  o  -������*���-.  /  y  3  /  Aciipn  species of /game, wander around in some  degree of Weedom. They travelled by the  Yellowhead route which they can heartily recommend for_ those wanting easy  "ca'i:'e-frec driving. While, not so scenic lis  other routes since il avoids lhe moun-'  tains, it is a perfect highway, flat and  level.  Afler the weather they experienced  across Canada, ihey ane certainly happy  to i|i' hack op our sunny coast.  SERVICE  Following ,a  memorial!  service  al  the  sudden slop while Jiders-dismount Ip  hob fin' lemons which must be carried.  iu their teeth lo the finish line.  Hie  LeiVioiv Rpce.' Horses  come, to  increm^ *-**  ' - ���'������-'  :   N��xl  meeiing of the Auxiliary would     church >ofHi*s Presence on .-July 18, the  "be on"Octobe'r 4th  and would take' the       --���������--. --.       .  form of a smorgasbord supper to be followed by the annual meeting. The Aux-  liary would welcome new members in-  teersted in lhe_ community. Ph&ne. Mrs,  Fraser  for  particulars al  885-2103.  lJresident l^eitli Comyn reported* oil  the work on the hall.- The kitchen, he  said, had ben remodelled with water  heater and new oil range. The floor of  Hie halil had been sanded and varnished.  Now Ihe porch Was being extended lo  give additional hall space and he paid  tribute lo the work of the small team of  men   who   were   working,  sometirpes   in  ashes of Mrs. Arley Franklin Were cast  in the waters off Merry Island by Canon  Greene from the Dick Manton boat.  Flowers were strewn on the water by  Mr. and Mrs. James Kippin and. Starr  Manton. Mrs. Franklin died in Vancouver  on AifHl 26 ,at the age of 87 and was the  widow of William Franklin a former  owner of Merry Island and the island's  firsl  light   keeper.  blazing sunshine when they would ipost'  probably prefer to be out fishing. The  team would welcome help in cpmpletjng  Ihe work undertaken by the Centennial  Coipmjtteo fj-pm pfl those whf> use .and  enjoy I be .hall or whose c  fami"lies~l)one'fil froiii it-  Fleeted to office for lhe coming year  are; President, Keith Comyn, Vice president; Mrs. Thea ���Leuch-tc, Sec-Treasurer;  Mrs. OIK'e i Com'yn/ Officers, Charlie  Coatham and Fritz Leuchte. Also elected  to ihe J".Ni;i,-ulive were the J"rogramme  Director, Mrs-. Bill Fraser, Social Convenor, Mrs. Mlanche McCrady and Mrs.  M, Tinkley (Publicity,) ,  Mrs. Comyn nnimiinccd particular!-' of  a Cenlennial Physical Filness Programme  .spiin.-ioied by lhe B.C. Physical Fitness and  Ainaleiir .Spurt Fund in conjunction with  ���ihe Community Iiufirealion Branch; You1  can finish ^enleniiiiiil year wilh .a Cenlennial 71 filness medal by rogisli'-rlug  lo walk 2011 miles, run I'OO miles, (lycle  701) miles or swim 'Ai) 'miles between imw  ���nnd December it I si, Two residents of W��l-  coini: Bench have already slarled on lh"e  walk programme nud ihey mrw have the  htippic-.l and hiosl cool tin led dog in the  jlislricl, For furl her p'nrllculars, telijphone  ' Mrs ' C'uirjyn   uveiiini's   nl   l|HI)-2:i7HThe  AsaSociiilioii is planning n community pic  nii; at Cooper's liriu.-n on (Sunday, Apgusl  Ulllli..   . ��� ��� i  FISH DERBY  *��� Annnnl fishing' derby organised |iy lhe  lledrooffii Hciii'h mid Counlry Club Inst  .Saturday wnn n most siiceum-fiil evmil.  I'lliliili.'il I'lirliiii- In I'lio ensoii limn u,siinl,  lhn nvcnl wns rnvoun;ii wilh perl'ei;!  wi-nlhm nml plDiiiy of fish. All coinpei|t|:  loi'as i.wiinu In Willi enlelnm, The Slolmi'  cup,    pi'(sei|linl.   Hy    Mrs.    Wendy    Me*  Doiiiild, wcnl in Chrils Dnltnij for n 1\*  pound snlinoii. Mm, Ih.'lly >Simpson canie  In wilh a lr!i I'lound s|ilmoii whli'li won  her, lln; pil/c Ini; Ilu; hlggesl snlinnn  i'liuglil by u woinnn, Nusl Inrgiisl wiih u  li pounder liiiiilfid, by Dun dlllls, I'A lhn  Inrgcsl fii.h In llic M nnd under class,  prixi.'s, wool lo Andy Hoyln niftl iH||iu'o/)  linnl, A surprise nilngui'y was lhn Hoy In  Mniniirliil ., Trophy pniHiiiileil by Tuin  -^���Ilo.Vir<;:"TiTfiI   iTW'ifiiV"ifiJ5r"**"!0   ^-fI^JV'I'i?'"***''!TtTn't T  IN BRIEF  The burst of summer weather has  brought many guests to Halfmoon Bay  and the sumindjng area. ,        ,*'*.-,  At the" Len Werseen home liave been  Miss Olive Lyske of ^Norlh Vancouver  and l]er si9fer-|n-ilaw, Mrs. Agnes- Lyskex  of BelfastX Nprthfei;n |rp|and.  Mr. aneLJvirs. Harry Lumsdep. were  ren and ��� ^piighif y j ly ^Vj-j>risec| hy W)P, t-pp^ppctpd  J an'iva]   frprh UQ0   Mile' House   q(   their  daughter GaiA Sutherland who enjoyed  some good fish|ng in the Redrooffs sunshine.  Ken   and   Kil^Moffat- were   in   Ha'lf-  mpon Bay for the b.ujlhday of I heir'Dad,  Stan Moffal, The. occ/ision was'celebraKvl  wilh a dinner pa^tjyattended by friends.,  from Halfmoon Pay and Sechelt,r  At    t|*e    Cliff    Connors    arfi l.Cliff.'s  brother, .Tim from Vancouver wiih his  wife May and children Norman and  Davjd.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark have their  sop Larry from Vancouver with his wife  Maiiftarel.  Al lhe Tinkiley 'home has been Miss  Noll'Boss of.North Vancouver, while her  sis|ers, Mrs, Tip Corson and Miss Hilda  Boss have sppnli a yiTcaTTinTTl Ihu cot luge  of ihuir'blflthQr, Hon Hnss,  BFaPOHTED   cases   of   Venereal _ Disease  have quadrupled over (he number of  cases -reported     to 'the   Coasl   Garibaldi  Health Unit in the samepcirihd last year:*.  Statistics given by Health Unil director  Dr. D. L. Gemmill in his most recent report, show that 51 eases of gonorrhea have  been reported as against 13 for lhe��same  period in 1970. and against -4f> eases for  the full year qf 1070.  Dr. Gemmill states lhat tracing cOn--  tacts is requiring more time. Elimination  of sources of .jnfect.ion is not possible.  Not all the V.D. is due lo .transient population although lliis area requires constant at lent ion."  Public education will have" lo be  stepped up apd (Dr. Gemmill popes to  have a- fairly extensive V.D. programme  arranged for schools commencing in September or October.  The Hpalt.r| t'i]it covers t|*e .areas, ip-  ;clpfijjpg   iV-'mberfpii     IIU'HJ-'tfii   |P   ^"W'-'M ���  'Bivpr  nnd'-in^rifdes  .sbh'n'ol'- rlisjrigjs   No.  40, 47 and 48.  HEALTH ^ INbi>I^T!rbN ' ";; ; "*;"' ':; ���'  Jteporting on important .duties of the  health inspector which are often "overlooker!, Dr. Gemmill poinis out thai during Iho summer all summer camps Will  be inspected during the months, of July  and August when Ihey are in operation.  Campsites lioUi  gnvu'-nnienf and   private will bo iiiffpoelod. Also parks, boai-he;,  and .swiiViiinn/i  puol.s   aSampling of bath  ing  and   rei-reiilionnl   waters  comineiiceil  .June Isl. ,  I'ai liciilarly impbrliiht for comniunily  henllli and lourisl iinluslry is lln.> <;on.'ilnul  survi.'illiiu'.-i.' of rutilniiranls ,ani,1 olbnr' l'i mil  iiiillels '.Solni! rusl'diirmils require fruqiioiil"  repeal visiti< lo ep.suri!. l.lin.L Ihey ,-ire ..im-  proving,  NiiineroiiM  small   domesljc   wnlur  uy-  wam��  ger  ssi.-ins   t'h'roiighoul- Ihe  area   have   to   be  sampled  Vpe Ht-alth Unil  is recommend-  i.n.,  c-hlurtnation  ol   surface  water  as   no ���  lal.cs or streams Can" hovv be considered  fi' i   ii um I'onianunalion..  In ailihihin to all this there are inspec-  lii i.; ol liospu'als,' hoarding bouses, fairs  and I'Nl'uliiiioiis. g'arba-gu silos, and in-  ve^iigation ul all nuisance complaints.  This woik must be done- during" the  p'c.ik ivuHidi.-*'when there is a Jieavy de-  mand Im  septic tank installations etc.  l")r Cii.inmpl regrets that there will be  delays, in some cases, as time and man-  po.vcr slimiage are factors operating  again.-.! speedy inspections, particularly  in iiioi c remote areas.  COMMUNITY CARE  Department nf Health has takOn over  ari.iiinislralion of Community Care Facil-  ili.-s Licencing Act from Ihe Dept. of Re-  haiiililation and Social Improvement. Tbe  -iieaiii) unjt assppips rpsi*.(jnsjh})il-y fpr th?  ..iidinihlsfrntlvp" pt'pcedurps ���palle.d 'fqr by  lhe Acl which up to now havp beep ciir-  ried out by the fipld staff of the Dept.  of  Hnhnbililailion.  The Health Dept. will process new  applications, inspect the proposed faeilily.  inspect all fiieililies arunially, investigfile  all ciini|ilainls and submit an annual report  SITE INSPECTIONS  Dr. licmmill drew allenlioiv lo Form  I'll Ilia which stales Ihal III days nolii,;e  i. ruqiiirud before a silo inspection is  iiiiide Im suptir. lank etc Inspeelnrs do  IJ n.') i be;,I, lo i;ojii|)|(;|i. l,Lii;4se. iiii'peelioiis  in 10-1-1 days iinie. hnwever in some remote anals ihe Iiiiii; im longer.  - Public Health inspectors,iidw "visit lhe  "'-Sc.chcjl" I'enilisiila Onci! i;ve-|y iwu weeks  JiJlLjituy...Jii_tlJii-ai;t4a-loi-it--li-ing��^vpi)i-,io(lr-  Pliuiiu nii-si-ngns .mny bu jilfl ,nl' lhe C'ib-  foii.'i office.  *mmmm*,n0i.mt.0mmm0,0,0m0i**r.*mfm0,  mmm sales  (1071) ltd.  Your 6APCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wl.<u> - 006.9303  ,1 , a '  Qudlllyllonrau nnd Mnflno  I'fllnr.  latMauoionwwuwWarWMaiWuaiwwwwMMyMM  win no i   luiiidleap   wnn   so' lurgu  Dill  lie  PLEAS  CAREFUL!  Only you  cm prevent  forest fires I  PLUiVaBING LTD.  PENINSULA  Poalor for  ��^Supar*.KemJronfluw  qr)d Sharwln Williams  Gibsons ^ 086-9533  �����        .' '    i  wwwuiwiiiii'aiKaaiwii'Wim'M'aawm  fH*0MMH*m0m*,**rm0m0*mm0*m0H0.0ir.,0*i  Morgan's  a��n's Wear  G.W.G, Work tlotliei  Work GIoyo��  SfiCHEl.T# ti,C,  mmm pabmtbbi  EPOXY COATIIMeS:  TOUGH  ffWIiSHES  THAT TAKE  VVEAR  AND TEAR  PART I ���   ''     '  I'uloll'v'i.'ly rww lo  llm roiiMimei;  iikii-IujI,   itkin^ rorillini.  iimvldn  u  louni) llnli.b loi Iiulil liMi'-e iiii.'liii' ���'|)iiilii.uliirly vv.Iidm; uIiiti'.iijii r. u loilm ���  o|ii|V|m uyiiilubli! In n viiiicl-; I't'ilnnl iind plijini-nlinl I>����(."., I|..^u.", olli.-i  noiul n;;.|',|.ii'n.i.' lu huui.eholil (luiinici'il'., ilcliili.cnlfa, .li'V<l, lie-M-iilqi;-., ml,  (|i(;oi.i) und /ivci) uunlcn iheiillnil!. like li.-illli/iiii,, i ,    .  Thn'iiii conIInil!. (icnoiully lull Inlo Iw'o nilinioili)!.: 'I'-apo^y i '.len. I..il  modi Ihnl typo'.) ond Iwu por:! unc eposlu'.   Ill c oilua miuniel*,   jhuy'muy  Iill i.|iiriyin|,  lollinl Oi  I'lu'.lie.l onlu llooo.,  wull;. uiul olhui   mm Li. .'.  ld(\i<iXy ijialui'   types  oin   (ivmlulile   m.   i.lcui   viiiiiI'.Iidii,   nihiici,1.   unil  iinil(iu.i��iH.(  Uinta', uiul  i.Dim i|liii.i.  iiuiiinul..  uiul   l|>n   ��oolinif;^Jii^_.[.pr,i<-Ju'jii  **Vi!,ij.','*"Thiry*o(fiii' "i'|Ooil"ii.'M'i.iun'cii iu iiiiM i I^ciiih oK mr.l piuvnii,1 ,i diiiuliiii  lllll-'ll ^|ini;lnl|y mi|k<'| lo l|uo|,'. D||��l Mi|||T,,  ,| Tvv/a'-pi'ii l<fl(|i.i npOAliJi. uio ('iviilliili)ii u1. fli;u|,  iilloiiul ciiuuiuli.,  iiihIci  conli., nml unil i.oiioh|yii���|iiliniiih,   Ihey on.-inml .hil <r. iwu i .iinpuiii'iii  Mlii coniolnlnp iwn plnii., iwo quoiii., un., You ml^ ihe ��wmi�� -*nif. yum  Mill, wn|l nlioul. o hell liom; then poii|l. , '  Two-pui-.'l>'n'](i iipi^|in. Iioyn n *upuib liuul Iniit.h Hint r, liiuhly iinu  li.M.hliiiil, ll( ii.v.|nI'i c.h'i.'iiiliul. i|llul.|. . i.,yi,'|i...ijii,.olini), ui|.,.in.l liquoi .aiul  roil WllllMiihd l'.|i!(ini mid lil'ii wnlei, Hiumj i w'il|iu>-. nuiy hi iim;i| on  ' co'ncreli- l|oon, oni| vyulfs.) i Iniliahlof k 'und olhei iii.r.oiiiy mhIum;i.( puiuiii;  lloniri nnd W''ill<i(ifii��liil luoli., ci'iliiMDi'i and i;i|ui|,i|i.-iii, luumliy lloun. nml  woljii, Old r��r��mlc Ulws In buihiouin'i run he culm lully m,m,|uii,-iJ. liven dm  o^I��.|Iut-a. ol vyoiahlnu mm IlllUSa iind iiiiii./in.ilue, muy Ian lio.ao.l lo u new  look  Willi   lll��K�� f-'HlUUnfal  "Times AdBr��of��"  uro  MIGHTY MIPGETS  *^*l��������MWVMirMMM����a^^  TWIN CREEK  LUMBER &  BUILDING  ._SUpptY___  Your  Gi.'iK.'iiil Pnlnls  ' " Poiilor' ! '  iMi^iinmul lit Hump  Pnlnl s  Sitnsliino Cooti  Miglmay n����r  , GIBSONS  Phono 0Q6-2000  Ajl '*1i-hpiu*^feuitL':Bmduc^  Paint is. a first-qpality Q9JiPha| prpf^fsiopal  dgfcg|-afdr bra-nid of��� paint.W^'iwj^MId-Wy*F>|pt-tb.-pay a  bretiiiunfi. priibe for thisV9ii|stapcJinc( .'g^jjty/dsi't  becaWsQ; Wb rhapJe it just fbr yqur |ha. hpfnelpvepi  you''ll fjnd it atir-actjveily pFjcgd: Pjiy1 'f|Luyf/ now by  the quart, by the'gallqii'. ^mm'lii*} beauty of  Buy lt at -Hull  m  immwmMmmmm  *^!S!tTi^T!**!??TT*^  Sechelt  Phone 8B5-9828  66  some money  9  ^.,���t,..  are easy to get  95  Anderson  * t  ���  \  &%��*,  \  0  i  il    L  /  "When you need sonie pxjra easJvfpi'Homq--,  iljing wort))vyljj|e, lijce ri iyf^\p\v} a pnloui' TV,  a wilj()i' hpuseho|fr4p*j)lj��*|jHK), or a vacajion,   ""Tlier^fi^ffeYiferiU'*^uyi3"'y'(^t,an f.inam.'e llie"  deal. Bul. a Royal Ban It l-ermplufi puiHonal  loan can ac|,uajly Have you money ... l)u<:;iuBe  il, i:oh|,8 loss j^afj ordinai\y Imying 'on l.inii)'.  ' A leriiiplan loan,iii ei-my Ul \t,ol, easy lo pay  bacl-^and ii; (iobIh So lij.l.li'j. Yoij pay un back  in easy monl.li.Iy inB|aln)epln |lia| ai'e .yyoi'lu.'il  n\U; to fi|. your biiflgel;. And lhe loan in |i|e-  iiiHurefl in Iho bur-win.  Royal Bank lennplan loans \(m\ yon oaah  in ndvaneo ho you can whop i'qy \\w ho.sl doala  in Inwn. ("pinif in and t*oi* um. Wolilui lo look ���  tdlor yo|,i."       '  1 ��� i '   '   " ���' ���    < ' v  Community Corner  Tl)-* Koyiil l|ni)|;' (!��� p|,u'|iN'ci| ni mipply I|i|n k|iii'co u-iiliol  "roinininilly Coiiiur" for iiw In��� wrvia- c|i|I)n, k-linidi  ���jroiips ninl clvlc-i)i|iidt'd'i��nii|ii|/i|||o|iN In oin'incii, foi llio  pnrpMHC pf lidvc|||Ni|iK yoiir hpt.-c|/|| cyuiilK or iiia-llni/N, |l  ymi luivu ii|i iiiuipi|i)t-qiic|i| w| |i;|| ypu would like lo iippep'  lil llii;, fipiicc, pK-iiM) .v;i>i'i|iil'| lliiffy Ai|ili:r.son ul Mtili.il  kfff'pniii>wiw>f*HOMnm^  Tlili ppjotp |�� |o|i op��n (pf Mm ifi(l<**>0 ��<-inm|,irci8�� *)t\*\  proqilloJlliilll   d|   llm   SunnlllflQ   Cpqif   wlio   would   Illm   to  Injftirn) llm |in|illco| ony plain iliuy ant loniiliifj (or binwtlln  m iinlui|H|noiPiil,  ItomLBAN  -the helpful bank  <,fb��Ws ��� H^.2'337  I.'  *0l0^llllttlf0  *i,0 ��*1l.iiiliamt'f��i(  ***Mmm,0m0i  y..)t ���  aftO  *L  Un\oy a sntornaehord nt tho finest ilhilnn room on tho Coast*  Tho Catiii Marti no*, otfors fir oat food, tr loudly sorvlco and  n twnutiftil vlnw. Come out this woeffpnd.  WMBIBI^MSWww|'^ -HIWW|.W��*W  00*0000*1*00,  FOB RESERVATIONS PHOIMH 000-2270  ���WW|Ml��.1IMIfL^^  ci Set   tf w i&punez  Off THU WATERFRONT AT pAVIf' BAY   .  Jll<lWll��IWillliiiMillWMI>lpilliiili��llll����IIIIWIMliai��l>����l^^        00Km*mn0  \  WAMMVf��*>M��  *n**m*0i0*0+0m0f*m***m,*','lt*f**  h |i^irt<H-wi���� m *i "  m **   0  f   fcfc^*rf*   a-* + * +  ���>!������  * 0. 000 ji  ���   h*0t m0.    * t* *-Jt.00* 0K0********   4^< ���i<k*��^>i>M�� A JU.A i�� J0.0* j* A, ^nk<i<U *t * * * >t**i -^^  t* 0.m*t**h.Arl pm 0*\\ tf*Jt��   t** 00t ���*��� 0tt0t   mf ���� MAlf f p4*V 0,  u  Jla  A^f0^wm,0*Ti0ii*^**,f*i0**K***t*r 1     4 A;  .-���w H,   _ ��^V  -*  %'- ���-  -*���*-���    0* ~<*Ti   ���Si  La-*'  A .0  '*���:*  ?/-*v  a    "-*  l-t  *.        *        * *       ,   "     ak����4 V    tS'Si"'    ��     **        ��'       l  **���*  *y,*'f ,.***..rfi^f*  -'    ���*-..  �� 1  a*. "a.       ^   *  *   *���  Y  -   -  *  ^   W"V   Y^-*^. *V^%.     .^      -��    *���     ���*/*��  ;���>*,--. J'.* y . ���ti^,iy**r-yfH ���**���-- -..���,  :-   ��/. ..."'-    ���   ���     j -"    "*   .-   -,  > 0  i ���  ���s-vk  -�����   .<j  i'l,   .  ���S.00*  I I ,  0   0.*  1  Hi  Mm  Pqgp B-4 >TI|�� peninsula Tim^s  ,    Wednes^y/Jiily M, 1971      . >  Miniature Jicsjice tags  available ji requested  regson  '-loneor  ���By. Helen Pav*e  N|R  ,Iae Qreyspn,. ope oJ*~^echelt'b most  belayed   and   j expect eel- cituens,  nvil|  J4 . i  S'4'  two auto licence tags lo Bntish ,Col-~   t,pjQhUte jns'tJSHh birthday August 2nd  -untb-a-motoi-istb-hab-beeu-completed by-- yfi^ of allligesTall liimloe and tins  the ~l*,uhGicu.losib and Ghebt DibabJeri'Veterans' Abbociation ��,      ��� A.\  ���"lit 5       a  -ml <  Foi     the   btatibtically-nund^d, ' that'tj  *',3G[l,!JDl tags  (at two, pei   motonsil  ac-  coidui" to TJi Vet tjeneial mapagei, John-  GutJithb i i   ,,i.       i,  "We may haye "mibbed a fe\v 1 h|>Hs.ap|j|  because ot vehicle and people moving,'1"  he<-baid "But we'll accommodate anyopp  Who vvantt. lo di op us a pote at 530 West-  JJioadway, Vancouvei ,oi telephone 874-  5i3*-(i" . '  . .* I-n-i'pose of the tags js the tracing; jby  tlie 'J"H.Vetb"p| owners of lost :J^|.;S v   jj  with *,yeevilb nnd copbequpntly tabled bitter The men ate them, fuiyway because  lations weie so -slipv Often the soldiers  weie loiiby but Joe needed oply to t|uow  jb-a piedbure ot the atfecU<"n-l\e inspuob-m���lus shut-on aiuapt hilUind l*he-<inu> wuu'cl  hih wide cpciq of vjbitois and couespond-    .clean up  the hugs-m���s>ho.-t  oidei    It  is  l"'�� '  * -.I  5    n  i  i ��  ����� * f ��� ;  tij  ���'���"��� v NEVJEWS...!' r  iHADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for,"  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL '- PHILIP^  *-  EVERYTHING FQR  A.  -.-.I  '' i y  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *       *       *       *  FURNITURE  ijhi "886-2280 Gibsons,. B.C.  ��iJ!!Jl!!lll!il!i|l!i:!Jiil!!i!!ll!!ifff!l^  pntb.,IIe wa^ born pear Blackpool, England, "in 1(578, the year'm which Geneial  Cubtui was mabbdcied/  , When Joe lett school he was ap-  plenticed to a hlacksmith hut was unhappy with the trade and boon ian away  from home Hib mother had died w|ien  he Wc\b \eiy young At the e^ge of 11  he fouild himself a 30b on a  fish hoat  ^operating off the West coast ot England.  ������i;"phis was- cold, hard work for a youngster.   On   one   ocpasjon   he   was  washed  ''���'bverbqard, but fortunately the heavy sea  tQSsed~him back onto the boat again and  he continued^ as a seaman- for'several  years.'      '    *  �� f'  ��� from 1899 to.,190a-M!-..Gregson served-  in 3outh Africa during the Boer War with  the 2-ith Company, Imperial Yeomanry.  This was a cavalry unit which participated  in the Battle of Middleppst. Out of "80  ^pldiers in Joe's group fit the trmeojiTy  7 survived. Their cbnyoy was set on fi(-e  . so that they had no food and Joe found  pimself ip,,the: intense-heat without any  hat,  tunic,  shirt  or  socks.   The  escaped  -men   tiutv&J4ed���4-Q-4^ys^-<*we-r   moun4a4fts-  undeibta-ndahle that Joe is now bliongly  opposed to war ancj the invasion ot an-  othei  man's ciounliy  On a ((ifleionf occasion in Aluca Ml  Gipgson bioke his leg,-\yhi<!h pyt an end  to Juithei athletic tiaming. In hib youth  he had bpecialuecj' in jumping and boxing anrd came within one inch of the  waild lecoul for the bioad jump He  places particplfir emphasis on piopei  t breathing during training {ind through  ��� life. Affer he vv-is injured he travelled td  the hpspitaj for day lh a horse-dfawn  cart oyei- rough country without a splint  0!r mediciition. While convalescing he  voliuiteeied to run the hospital kitchen  w|th n'ativg African men us assistantst  and- his abilities as a cook are now widely  praised on the* Peninsula.  ��� In 190,1 Mr. .Gregson landed in Van-"  couver, but-could not find work. Fanghhh-  -inen were unpopular in B.C.1 at the lime  and the employment boards frequently  carried notices, "No-Englishmen need apply", Joe then tried Victoria and geattje  without success and spent most of the  winter   in   Portland.   He  landed   back   in  and art-jved in a town named Serious  on l^ebruary I5th, 1902, in pitiable coiidi- -  tjpn. During the previous evening each  man was given one biscuit and told that  it would have to last all the ne**t day,  but Joe ate his right away. The coarse,  hard biscuits which were "issued to soldiers .  dip-ing theiBaei- .War were always infested  �����-faa''>��M''��VyaMwi��OTM^ nmn0mm^��*Mm0M0uu^Mum0muiM  GIBSONS MA JCA��4L��CADE  EMOLI  2 ��Mn. - AUGUST 7,  <��������  'Sponsored by;   ' .*    r i_ ,  GIBSONS  RADIO  CLUB  Information:   Gibsons Shell  Service,  Phone  886-2572  Applicaiton  forpns af Gibsons Shell or K & E Towing  ^'ggg'''^^  Vancouver, in   February   1904   with  only  10 cents in,his pocket. Then he obtained  ���work clearing lots, one of them next to  the corner of Granville and Jiobson-  Str'eels. This contract paid" twenty-five  dollars and it required a whole month to  clear off the large cedar slumps, etc. with  ��� hand tools. Then for about ti months Joe  went into partnership with another man  majung n*mHiris and crumpets in promises  rented from 'MLiir'.s Bakery*in the Mount  Pleasant area of Vancouver. They sold  their products from dour to door.  Nexl Mr. Gregson nuijde bricks on the  Westminster Road. Jn the-spw+ig or summer of 1904 he came Jo Sechell long  enough to looJi-4jie place over. Jn 1905  he returned and^went into partnership  with two other men, Donnelly and New-  Ion, to operate a brickyard in Storm Bay,  up Sechell Inlet. They obtained the clay  from -the Bay and used wood to fire Ihe  bricks, which were sent by scow JtLVapr  "convefTlirauglfthe Skookumchiic:k.'ln (he  winter of 1906-1907 they suJd out to Canadian  Financiers.  In 1907 Mr. Gregson ran donkey for  Sam Gray, who had a  logging camp un  BC "31uc|iic put p\ thp rpacl.lhpie, |'Io  did bUu>Usnutl{ \vnik-uud wub"rt\ochtin|o  toi Wilson & Uiady Loggipg Co. Joe  also he pad log oi| UoilyhM'P. Pull-fl with  the use pt' bt-.tjm donkey engines. 'Hp left  the (Socholt area ^bput ]l\M\ and after  woiking at V��"pdPi Harboui was ejnployed  ! ahopt 19|0 by John Motlal tp run 'the  rnadei in lus loggin'^timp at W)lbon Cipok  yjiiTogihtai of Beit Whitaker's oiuii-  W\w\ Irorrv- the1 dt^RV -hy w pno^oua  Ipngth oi pfi'Upt iqncp-\y.|)H!\| ,Ioe cut.qpd  oitolecji hunsplf, ^Ile'^s'th-itt th^ bust  bargain.,1.1 i^h bvs^s dn hiis j>vho|d;i'fe-  timp it,v ji n-jiAt rJngB1 h'CBi^e,  Ip *9*)6 fV|r. Otegspn ployed to Garden  B��y 4nd.wJuIo Ihine tooK*** PipVinpiul  Govpuppppt epprse pi w--tpj--cploi painting, obta*jn|ng i) dipl'npi�� M}^ veiy |pgli  niiinil*s-irrfuijT*i;hiR:llitpl~ir^hT(ri^eirf^^  nal oL-ciiui tpitei toi   the yeais  1907  lu     ol^(lT?5V"lV^|5\|Hy{lTl ijcrpiej>"��us-opppltTT"-  4UjQ is still in existence and shows thpt     ���������'���������'" '  '��� '       -'  Ojl pplonoi* 2nd, 19il7, Mi   J   Giegbou ol  Vii|)Cimvei'  occupied   Jiooin  28  and   had  spppok, for  which combination ho  paid  ���lil. - ,  In' 1014 Mr 'Gtcg'son pio-eniptiud lapd  on Cortes Isl-|pd; To suppoit his iaue||  thoiu he '.rolled I pi salmon, hand-logged"  on |i|s own, and fioip 1931* lo 1948 was  empaoyed by the Fedeial Goveipniont on  l*'ispery Patrei]'. Jpe played the "fiddle'iind-  llls l,ate wife, Annie, a Scotswoman, 'plqV- '  ecV an organ the couple had at CprlPs.  ,Mrs.; Gregson's -t'o|ce; was trained, and  Joe. liked to sing, so they spent niapy  eyenings, making their'- own- entertain-  nleiit before thp days of radio. Salmon  was plentiful apd they also. enjoyfed  venison, fresh or home-canned the year  round. Both were" fond of gardening and  in addition to vegetables .and fruit trees  they had lovely displays of flowers and  ���priiapipnlal  h-ees. The  garden  was  pro-  nily to ii'dtp his, taient' Joe flipduced niapy  landat*api?s apd tlpwer btipjies tniUHail-  mg eyesight necpptly put ap" encTlu lus  hobby In 108,*) Mr. Giegson moved lo  puchplt, whei'P Jpi" now ie��id*is at Qteene  Point Bal hen* this $pmtper he ictipnud  1o Cm tea Iulnpti as thp guest, ot Mi Harry  Huck and his wife, EidUh. Joe enjoyed  Ips luuidfiy and met many old Iriopds  When Mi Gieg&op came to B p. he  iplcpdpd, to niako |ps tpriunc m 10 y-jjus  and tlieft, i-Pth'^ to |2n^land' fpr' ||fn,Jt\Y[Pr -  (IB yeaj;�� ��|1 |We-<-03st'|iej-egfirds hipped'  as fqt'tppjitp| in Jive .jh gupp U heptifu}  coi'nfi'y.- ffp-.pfmhs- h k��en interest in  PpljltRs, cipr'ifiiti evepiSf i^ture, sppris,  and yoiipg ppppjp. He is a great convprsfi-  ��it)n��!isr;,"t*nt| hjs. ^efisp of humor" produces '  many a clftipkle fropi his friends.* '[Ay.  Qregson still .prepares his own meals and  is now enjoying iiPW potatoes fropi the  gardpn patc|- he p 1 a n I e d himself this  spring. "Happy bhthduy to a magnificent ��� ���pippg'e'i-, joe. :  Joe Gregson  Opo of the -provuice's*.. better known  pioneers, .loe Greg.son retired to  Sechelt in 1965... Today at 95 he is a  remarliably fit man <jnd maintains  9 very keen interes.t in political, eui'-  reiit and local affairs.  Secliell Inlet, Gray's'Creek was named for  him liecause he look up land there as a  pre-emption.' Later Joe ran Mr. Gray's  little steam tugboat,- the ������Reliance",  which curried freight and tied up al Bert.  Whilaker's small wharf in Porpoise hay.  Hu a|su worked for Brooks, Scanlon &  O'lbien and was hurl in their camp at  .Nari-uAvs;- Arm about 1907 or"*'9U8-      - .  ..:'MIV Jiiregsun qualified ..as a. steam eiu  gineer in 1907 and subsetiuenUy ran donkey engine, locomotive steam shovel, and  various kinds of engines in a wide variety  of locations in BC He helped to take  out the cut  at  Mount  Lehman  when the  ft J  J .__....  ���v y  f@CMI  laiS'KHMW.W  11  *      i  ft  '  CLASSIFIED  AP-BRIEFS  WILL DO  A JOB  FOR YOU.  PHONE  885-965T  FOR.  ACTION!  ��� Mr. Aadvcrrisor  Those advorfisi>i9  spaces ore , real bargains for you. SQJd on  contract only. 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