BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Peninsula Times Aug 25, 1971

Item Metadata


JSON: xpentimes-1.0185822.json
JSON-LD: xpentimes-1.0185822-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xpentimes-1.0185822-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xpentimes-1.0185822-rdf.json
Turtle: xpentimes-1.0185822-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xpentimes-1.0185822-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xpentimes-1.0185822-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array ... 0  - A  l��V^<r^affjlaa>Va^��T1.,1a*\>'��^y'^  Inqu  COBOIxfEIl'S ipquest held August 18th in  the pourt house at Seche|t revealpc*  that sevent'een-year-old Earl Julian of  Sechelt was killed accidentally when  ^rucJ-J)y:ji_OaJLcl^  Ken Chirney of Gibsons. \  The accident took place, ip tlie early'  lioprs of July 31st on'Highway 101 irrthe  vicinity, of  1-iockyer   Road   at   Rpberts  Creek.. ...  dpcted by Coroner Mr. Johp rlarvey and  after three apd one half hours," the jury  reached the following verdict^:-   ,  , E^ri Jpmp died, as a rpsplt of severe -  ^}.vfll^n**H5phiiri-irq^  paiWfd and accifterit'-1. Five of the jury-'  rpep attached po M*h*ne. The sixth 'JMry-  piap,  Mr.  Wayne Clark **elt t'here wjjs  pegligeppe pp the part of three J^rttes-  B  was  recommended   jh,at   3 1~*ieyol.s-r  Upion  fSS**,' "Label - " ��    This Issue 14 Pages ��� 12c  UARGEST qiJtCUUTION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Volume 8, No. 3? - WEPNESOAY^ AUGUST 2S/l97f  Seven people gave evidepce "and twu- Jape ^pd wpllupg path be established PH  tepiepts were read pi the inquest con-    Highway 1Q1 and that adequate llghUhS  4ie4pstftJ4e4-  statepiepts  i"  * - i 11  * 0*  c.  i  il   '  '* :  'j -i  AWABP WINNER ,.._���>,  Elphinstone Secondary School sjiudentf  Lygie Martinez of Davis Bay has been  pameda book winner in tlie recent B.C.  Centennial '71. Essay contest. Winners  were announced jointly by Hon. Donald  Brothers and Centenial Committee chairman J-,. J. Wallace. This was the -only  award on tlie Sunshine Coast.  CORRECTION  Hon. Dan Campbell, Minister of Municipal Affairs will attend a public meeting  in Gibsons' Wednesday September 9th!  Further details will be announced later.  A 'previous engagement scheduled for  September  1st has been cancelled.  RATEPAYERS  Engaged in a project to contact and  establish wide co-operation between existing citizens amTbTratepayer groups, the  Chemainus Ratepayers and Citizens' Association wrote Gibsons Council asking  for name and address of principals of local  organizations.. Mayor Peterson said there  is no such organization now within the  ViTlage. The letter Was filed.  by  Junior salmon der  ending September 6  ROYAL Canadian Legion Branch 140,  Junior Salmon Derby ends on Labour  Day) September 6th with presentation  of the trophy at 2 p.m. in the Club rooms  at Selma Park-  Boys and girls from 12 to 16 years  are eligible to compete and the salmon  may be caught from a boat .or from a  wharf. Fishing boundaries 'are fronr Jade--  sun Bros, booming grounds to James  wharf in Sechelt.  This derby has been runping for tlie  past lew ypips hj-t respppse; -pas pot been  very good, *%s (jus is *i Qep,ler^ii^V X^,.  Leglop;' president 1%. Wajjy l^Hcl'spp  liopos thiil it* record number of ypupi*-  slers will try for a big fish. The very fipc  trophy is engraved wilh the choinpion  fisheri'min's name and the winner rceeives  a asnuill trophy lij keep a money prize.  Mr. Cl'urlje Bronkman i.s challenging  .. .ulL.yuuJigsiers ...In enippolo, lie says Upd.  !|*o Selma Park people are always crowing over tlie big fish Ihey have, he knows  lliey   havu  lhe  biggest,   boulders  on   l|io  Iku'cIi bul would like proof of the salmon.  The  derby   ih   in   progress   now '-and  fish may be checked  in pi' Selmu, Park  Hloro,   llie   Peninsulu   Market   at   Davis  , Bay or Vic's Motel, Davitj Bay.  The younger "ebjldron's' big, diiy i.s  Sulurday August UHtli, commencing at 11  ii.pi, mi IIiq Davis Ray wharf when there  ,,yviU lie ii pie-eating contest iind ��� fishipg  derby whicli ends at 5 p,m, Life jackets  niiih't be , worn'. .  ���gVIDENeJE  Constfible Brost said t|iat there Imd  been a dance at Roberts Creek.amd around  12.3Q a.m. on Saturday morning he passed-  pedestriaps tSetweep Hall Road apd Lock-*  yer ftoad. Three youths were Walking PO  the highway and he slewed down and  advised them on" the, lpud-hailer tP get  off the highway. He saw two of the youths *  get off the highway and tp pass ip safety  found it necessary to cross over the white  line. The youths and the patrol car were  travelling towards Sechelt.  The Constable noticed lights in his  rear view mirror at the time, he turned  at.Lockyer Road, saw a green cab-over  truck with bait boxes op ,-the- back, go by-  Wlifiii he returned to the youths, ope Was '  lyipg on the shoulder of the road and  the constable was lold he had been hit-  Constable Brest said, he radioed for a  doctor and ambulance, and left the constable wlio was accompanying him at the  scene of the accident while he went in  pursuit of the truck. He, believed the  struck youth to be Head. Later the Coroner expressed' the belief that death  would have bpen instantaneous.  Constable 'Brost said he had radioed  Sechplt Detachmept and when he reached,  Porpoise Bay, ^constable Anderson had  stopped the grjen truck with bait boxes  on the back. JCen Gurney was the driver  and only occupant.  ..." Questioned by Mr. Henry Castillou,  representing the youth's estate, the constable said that when he passed the boys,  all three were moving over to the shoulder  of the road It was a clear dry night but  d;*rk. He had no trouble picking iip the  youths in his headlight beam. The de- ���  ceased lad wore a yellow shirt and appeared to be staggering.  Constable Michael Hupka of the Highway Patrol went to the' scene of- the accident where he took night photos. There,  wfere no skid marks and no marks on the  soft shoulder. '  Apart from a heavy bruise high on  Uie Jeft sJioulder and small cuts on the  face, the body showed little external damage. There was'no evidence of hair, flesh  or fibre on the truck which had beep -im-iv  pounded at Sechelt and a licenced1 body  man could find po fresh dapiage to the  Irpc'c. The deceased blood alcohol cpntept  Was .253 per cent.) whjcliihe po^ablf said  .,. Wouldtrieim IHtpxic^tibn.: i.t- r*��* "������"'  -      Cppstalilo  Huhfef .sajf}   t|}��l   he .'yt,st$  sqtij-ifiedi ti-aiiit iho tj-ticlf whs hivpiypd ih,  llic jiccidm*!.. He believes th"!: snirt*. portion "pf the bait box-came in contact, with  the victipi.     .  WITNESSES     f    '      '  Alati Louie and Ear,l, .JIo|pi wlltt had  lieen accpmpanied by Earl Jullar*. while  walking homo from the dunce,; said they  had moved over Ir*' the soft shoulder al'lor  being-.waj-,n^J^^i.e���p,at|*p|. car di'iver,  They were walking sjpgle file" wliep t|-o  : ucciiipnl. occured, Julian wns Jichipd and  'neither saw Iho accident hul heard tl>e  biupp and on looking, back Haw liiijn lying  .with ,h|s feet pp the soft shouldei*1 upd  the upper jwt of liis Jiody pp the road,  bo'h witnesses said (hey did not fee)  Ihey wore in Hunger of beipghit by the  vehicle when U* passed thorn apd tlpit  |t.appeared to be straddling !|>e wliile  |ipo.k��otb Alap I'Uiile apd Eipl John said  . i, ih ai Earl Julifin had beep dripklpg and  vV'l-S Kl'lggcripg, They llieinselveH Jiud lu*d  a Jew beer ourHer jp ||ip evening. , ,  , Al.no walking honio fiVnn Iho Jloliurl.s  Creek ihince, wore Jennifer npd Chiirlio  Crulg'on und i-nin npd Edwlp Joe, jVlrH.,  i'   '    ,' '���ittco page A-6  /  y  >���)  r  - -  n  )  < < J  o  A-  Tolal of $400 fines  m income tax charges  CHARGED ppdpr section 131 sub-sectiop  2 of the Ipcopie Ta-x Apt, James Jl.  rJoflhrHR'" of M^deir^ *?Qrl-,.vent"prpc|,"3  ginlty plog' tp Iwo'crtuptaS'wlien lie ap-  I>pM"jpd 'Ij-s.t Week "befprer Judge..'QJiarles  IVjittelslccJt, in Sechelt: Ifc was, fjppd $?00  on each count and givpp 30 days to pay.  Also appearing before tlie Judge were  C. lil. Williams and J. H. Roocrolt 'of West  Vapcnuver, Both" cptcred guilty pleas to  charges of over limiting in spoil Jishipg  for sidippp..      --         The 'pair' were -ipprc'liended off TcxatJ-'r  Island July W9U��. .Eight sajpipp were  yisible hpl'-p further six wpre foipid hidden upder l|-e' Jipat'rapsopf. They we'*':.  eac|i finect "ffiO upil fish '-Upd tackle orcl-  eretl con fiscal ted, ���   i  Appeip-jiig (p Qihsops court last--wpol��,  Raymond Bepjapiip' Riches of Gibson's  plcpdcd guilty |'c�� p filiurge of driving wh'1  an ��j|c(ihp) coptppt exepedipg .08% ip,hls,  bioorj, He w��s ch'H'8��d respiting frpm a  cbeck-ahy JiGMp. Breathuli'zer'reariipg wi|8  .10%. IJe was fined $300 apd suspended  from driving for ppo'month.1     *  Another PihHppH ipfip, ."lames Al'frud  Wardslrom a|sp enlered n gpilly (ilea -lo*'-  a |-jtpj|a|* c|i��rgP. lie I op wmh arre-jlcd as  the re*-u)l, of a rnuljpo check, He W""*  fined $30(1 nhd MiiH|)undcr| from driving  'Jnr ppo ipi-plh. B|*eulhnlyzur rending wu��  :m%.  "Our Hometown Paper" contest run  in weekly "newspapers across Can-'  ada early this year iiwolved some 166  papers. Winnerwas Mrs. Joan Stuch-  berry of Granthams - whq was pre-  . seated with a gold medal and a1 che-  C[i|g fop'$3Q0 \$$\. \veeK at the pnnjijal  liy* -*.-'��������� w^nij.  entry f*  That $300 Smile  Weekly Newspapers' Association Com  vention held in the Hotel Vancouver.  Sponsprs of the politest were Dqrni-  nion Textiles Ltd. and company pres-  idpnt 4} Perone is seen presejiting  the ay/ards to Mrs. Stiichberry!  Minimum Wap Order  stops discriminaiion  HONOURABLE .Tames R- -Phabpt, TVfin-  ���ister of Labour, today-^nppujt-ccd that;  t)ip *3oipd of Ipdustrial Reiatipns has- is-  iiffed- 'J Ppw.; :*M|nii^vi(*'-'|;1*W)|^ii'i ^��iefi- %hich  |jrpy|ci(Bs' iliat iri a)I; c^ses fhp- s<ppp mjpir  piupi; w-jge raleaS, 'copdUliips^ppiapppr up**  epiploynicnt wjiich app|y to pi'-Jc employees .shall apply to fpipaje enijiloypcs.  Tlie Minjinler staled |.jia| lhe Order V/as-  issucd following rcprc.spnl��i|iops .which  hud bee*-* made by women's organizations. In addition, the views of interested.  >ti ,    , J  ir  (   I  B.C. Hydro...     . '      ,   '  ejected meter re ques  after preparatory work  (!|ioh(!II I'or llm ChiiikIh Hui{hy tumpi,  lluny Ui��l) .of, (.illiHODH" \pnvuH Kopl  J|j!;|.'l.JSAL by HO, Uydro'lii permit Council nf (i')bnoii�� In p|-i!i*al'e ii muter 'sy-  H|um nl lhe wliurf him cphI, Ihu VHIajtu  it* I llll, AdiniiilHlriiloi' Diivu .loliDHhii) |p|d  Cnupnil he Imii nicolvod lhe hill I'ruin llm  iileclrieiil i.'Oulnicliir who iiurijiDil^ipt liro-  pni'iilnry work lur Iniiiulliillop o| mu|iirti{  **7v r** MA�� * ~ 11 rttircrfnTi s?��( r ws jt^ ��r "7 ^i*Oi ��i��rss-*"  i-iill). Iliel'iia would  bo po prnl'loiii,  Afler  (I'lipni'lpg   for  ilieiei'H, - whicli   hud  a|,*.n  )i;iill  oiilei'cil,  |l   wim   loinpeil   Uuil   H,C,  yd iu doim nol permit rcmili! nl, powor,  Mr. .loimi-li'p iiiiid Iho bill wuh qnlln  i;i!(iuoiiiilili) mill wiih for put ciml In lliu  ciiplliiclor, He nlm exiilulped Uiul pieler   r>,   .. ���. ,       nel-upw Mie lined by Hie Nut|oi)ii| Jluibouih  liilll lul' U aSUfl'iis.uf, guiim*' III Cnnllll,     liimnl and in a pmiiiImji'nf .eornmunitieH  lhl'oii|dinul llm |)riivlpci|,' T||��iho, hpwevei',  V/ere approved prim* |o pnyver |ieip|- liiluip  ,iiver by JJ,(', Hydro "now lliey.wpp't even  hull pn mc)|o|*n,"' lie uilihiij,  Anlu.'d by Aid, Kim (lod'lurd what  Would be lliu tillliKllon h|ioi|ld C'oiipi.*||  ppyv.hwn fpuh-rfi uJf>(iwlM-'i �����"' Mr. Johrihlon  nipllud lliiil Jiu iiiidiJihlaiwlH a upm.'lnl II.:-  unci) Wopld he ruipiiiud,  ,mrnMi.pm y������ ��� ������ ���  Mwncni pf lil'ii (.'i.'f'i'ii'ii Jim i.i.uidii 'i  wrpih fnr ii mubilu lipme in nrdur lu liniiiin.  ilu luinlly nml hiuff,w|ii)e ii)iiMiili!||)ni( of  blif bull.Hnn Ik .'lulled unl. 'J'h|n win* u��-  pijulinl lo lii! hirji pc|;|pdjif onn yeur^.^,,,.  Mi*, .lohlihlop lold ('oiini.'il Iim luul pn*-  Vlrnitiiy rt)i,<Hi),1'.i;d IIVi imiller with Ihu up-  |i]|i.*i4pl who Imd )pdli*i��lcfl InleruHl III  iitlli/iPH fpprn nf hit* jiropcriy un n Iih||ci*  nnr|., He hud been udvlm-d thai IhlH would  ipvolve I'lr/.opjpK und i'o"mj)|yini( w|U>  peri-usury icnululloi^ nn (buy iipply lo  I'-ulJer piukii "al nil' IhnP did I HMHKUut  Jiu  would   be  piu'ilillP-d   Jo  bilna   in  u  ��S, Wnlnu. .   , ,. ,   '  Gibsons man selected  for Canada rugby team  JJAI'I'INKHH  Ih   Hii|<l��y  I'nr  lweiily-f|vu  yeiir old Hurry J<**l'h nf fllliHopi' wlm  wim M)|e��!loil Iii May tin u piembur of l|��u   .^.^^..-7.-^1.... ^���^ 1-^..^^.^-.^ .���-j...j.^| r|fi-rt v?��/i**"lTi'<"'f5��i|>"-���"  UhhIht Plh lor Ihi)' l/nlleil Kipiulolii. ��� '  Tlm t.nii nf Mr. und Mm. CienHxiy Leiih  ul t'ui'lukim' M"i|d Im, UlbiaOPH, Ihiny lu  i.liulyinit l"i' bin Mi'hIui'h dif/triui nt , Hi"  . UiiiviJiblly^iUii'.ILIhli'/���'���I'miiilii .mul him  brrp pluyliiM hu llm UIW- Hn/tby Ikiuii lur  i,iii��o"ui��)(i;';*" -���"���-,"������������������"���  Kluhliien'of Hie Jweiiiy-ihi'ce member  ('iiniiil)im luuiii uie fioniHiii^h't'uhimbla  und time I*' unw lolly occupied whh pn��c-  ||w ut Tlnmdcrbli'il J'u*-li,  UIK!, ,  Mul<|ip< hlu nn*i h'ljHo ih'Mi,K, lumy  wlJI   be   K'llMW   ���'�� Cipdilf,  f,tiu\r\   Wul'H  'where Jluuby lu Ihu. pi-tiunul imorl..  (ruller bul ulnce l|iep hln ���"im eimm inln  Mlje  nfflf;"u��l'|d' Inhii'ipeil  me  lliey  now  liuve a lru|)iir und flu'uul for a pnrmll," he  Uiilll.   .,-..< ,.       a .      '1  .' 4ld, Kep Crouliy added, "lliln (ij i|iillu  conliury lo uur lemilullimti niid jf wo ullow  jM|��i^WI>..,W:I.IL.Il��v.H��i*ll)ei'�����dnh>H.J.ho��wiiuu-.  Ihinii!', IVluynr W|i|ly I'elttiium unrecd upil  lidded ihul llmrrt ni'*.' lwn i|'uil)er coiiriuJ  iiuiir-hy in which la'puld ho nliiuip u iipucu.  ,"|l in lilui hii||i||p/< u hopmj llu.-i) ii,s|(|ii|( for  a j-e-'mM,". hu uphl.L  1  11 wuh limvtiil l|)u I'uijiinul  lie riif|ined  ��� iiiiii  Up) |iji|d|caul  nlvup .'JO  duyn Ip ru-  mnvu lhe mobile home IVniil lhn properly,  VANDALISM '    .-.......,  Aid, (iuddurd |'e|iurleil iiiiolhei' ,u|iulu  of viipdullHin huti, wrecltuil ilu* rin-lroi-mu  ul Iheflepr/tlu View |)urli-u|lo, lie iiulil Uuil  ,tl|lis ,l|il)e Hln |uii|dlm(ii Ih.vi; I)d>ii| vlilunl-  ly bciili.'ii upiirl, flsluruH iipuu-ihed i|l|d  wull*- were (-uiijicd ifowp, Tlm hii|lillm( \n  now bouriled up upd will remain m> until  il (,*un he decided whul will' be tbo heul  cimne of iiclioi), "jl jH |Up ),a,| people rim'l  rel'ruhrfrom Ihln nurt of |JiJnp, wu nul up  -rwrlllH**!* hn' Din 7*i'l)ll<: 'mi Hiuy 1(iii'"  ireiiied lh|n wuy, )! Jn very dji,'m|*i*|plbi'j,'!  lie fomipeptcd, (    (  AinponT        '  Ml', ./ilhl)i<bm lepprlcd Ihal lie liim dii.  ....���*-uk^il~:ilHt~pm-plhhi^^  |io\yer 10 )Jp? Mpphlp-iJ AJrpMl I uf WJJh.vn  C.yvnU, lln hud beep In li,ui:li w|l|) u |o��*ul  reiircHepiiiilve, of H,M, Hydro, "|I m.-ciuh  jl w|J| be midiio iiiiui heforil wn un in wait  /peal e'x|ie|i.--e, ul |)m kuihii lime,1 if wu nr"  lo iloyelpp Up; ujijiort j| ltmi have  'powpr,   he, j)olpi��.*iJ nul,  Jt w��ui HHieeil 11 meeilim of ||ie Ah'Jinil  CommJttuo,|>e utntpiiuri inr |J))s wecji,  MI^: JMn    Slucliberry   of. prapUiams  Lahding   wnsi piinied   winper   of   an  p.ssey^qon'tesl ia.st. Wedpe��day August -18th  ���  during lhe annual Ganiidiiip Weekly News--*  paper Associalipn Convention, held  thin  yq-p" jp lhe Hplp) V'unqoiiyer..  .  '".'lie epp'tcsj. which invitee} commepls  frfJm th0 n��hl!p nn "What my loqal ppper  ipcfips to me" wa.s run ip the Time.s earlier  lliis  year  in   cop'iinclipn   wilh   wcoltjy  '  pewHpu*i)cri' across Cimudu. Of more Ihun  llll) jmpei'H piiiiiclpullnn, Mi;fi. (3tuj*.*|*har:'  yy'a opiry in Iho Pepiii.siilu TimcK hit 'J]YU'  .JackpoU* wipniiiR  for her 11 *clier|iie  for  ���  $.JQ(),'tJpil n  f?oJd  picdaJ  vulued , ilt-ifUlltl,   A aSiufijui' inedal und chcijiie f'o tp lhe  |)iibli.s|mrs'iif ,ilie 'l.'im'cu.     '  T|ic .CWNA Convent|un in! ispi-pnofed  by ppifiiuion Texlllo Lid,, a Cupudliui  i.*(ipi|iiipy with Iweply k'k jiIui)Ik ucrii'ii*  Um eopti|i*y imd eipployinii 11 loli|il nl'  11,1100 .employee*-, t|)e ]|i/melowp I'lifKU'  uwii|*(|' wfin u|ti(i prei-en|ei| |>y ' Pqihinlnp  Tuxlijp'i- uih' wuh tn*e,sep|ed |i'i *ylr*l, 'fchiwh-  berry'by lhe Cpinfj'iqy jirei(itlo|||. Mi^Al,  J'erppe.  apple-it .liidim wim I'ViUij' P,' ���W-w'hj'un,  editor Ml' Mui'leup'H niJi|{iil'.hie, In'hl.s com-  nienli-'Mi,'INuwmuii Kii)i|, "J huvq ipipu  lliroiiidi Hi'.' eiiU'iii.s und huve pli.ipul lhe  i-'Mlry hy Mi'H, .Ji'iin tfluchburry in the  I'eplpHpIn TipiiajH un l||o whipe/', Helievu  me |t wuh imi uli euny choice und 1'wim  I'i'UpkJy ^ipuml ul llie hl/di Hluiidurd.nl'  Hid cmilrlliiil|iiii.*i, |l ulun ftuvu pie 11  i.lH!||c<-, Ip ruiid"Hiimu of l|iu weuHjy powh-  -,-i**M*it'*'**'���*"M��-*|i'n/<"~ii'>i'>��i*'��ia��<'*r*���in���<'i��nM'*��i*'***u"''"'*~*'  1 am .qow convinced lliuli much nJ'ihi!  buisl, wrllluit done Iii.IIiIh eoiiplry *)h|h|>-  i")iirlnn T<;> thin lljlle Iwmwn muiilu, t  Piiblinhe��l in Thu Tlmon, Kuhriuiry, a-Hh  MiIh year, Mih. Hliii'hhoi'ry'H w|ii/iln/t en-  icy hIuIuhi  A i|eWH|)npi)i' Nhuuli-ri*p"-||lio u wnniim,  piovoDulivu all llio- Ulliu, liul piojiu III  HOUBlp, nuru ol Um al'mind \ml veiy'iiwuru  uf uli Ihul |u uphill my, . n .  A locid imwupupiii' eiii.'om|)iiNHiiH lhe  whole npuclrum of life frpm hhlli, imjIIcoh  lo oblliiurji:)!, /mi< ui,'i.'om|)|lH|mleplH upd  niir fiilhiiuii are duly rejiolluil,  The   W|'|llep   word ^J-i   |uiwerlii|   upd  Unit pnwui' Hlmijid bu Hiai.'il will) eui'e. II  iitip iiiulu) )|vu or ik-fti'iiy |i|nim upil |)eii|)lu,  Jl   miihl   nlH'ii   wiilu  will) 11 m.'Iini! of  ,���J)IIIPmv.|f..ww.uuh Jiiu/th ul. oui- owp' proliT..  , I'.'Hu. II cup dill Ihu Imi don mid iiiwiiuleiiy  ' uf everyday JJfe.  A imbHe buib I'loiiliwl In himii'ir run  ufjcp ���������"Dub liu iurj��.'i ppii'li luiilcr Ihun,,  Uie pojmmcil iiriow *|i/d will) '< more deu-  -h'i.hlt.-'vtttxi ,--���.--���-.���---���-.- ��� ^.��a-->�����...-..���,...-.���,-.,,.   , A, JJuper, iieeiJ,��a,lJio t'tiininin in inuhn  "in- piihllu ni'i'ji'jaJii' iumu'1 11 illliJe when1  *l|iey uie ri*mli<-i In llieir ilnllbl  laoi.'ul hunlniwi pe'Mlti Hh' jiuuet* Hi ml-.  veitlnu ftpil Mimpeio wilh uli 'heir iier-  vjc.a-'n, , ��� '        . ...,     !  Jl muni beiil llni drum lor .p'-naTC-m  wilh upUi'lpitllim nf boiler Hilii|(M ip conn,*;  priiliH.- ijic oi/iiipi/iitmn:.', h, hcjj).i ihem  " .   *,  I  try a Jillle harder, followed by comstruc-  tjye -cr'iticjtipi lo he|fS them correct tlie.ii*  fttu,lls,-:i.. . '���      ��� ��� k.|S  An edilor i.s an author who miiHt wrile  a bout Heller every , Week, pi* i\n opt pf  biishwass, 'ii Hind of "Don CitttkPh'J who  nm.st. jump on his hpr.se and ride pff in  all direct iop.s a I once in order to meet hi.s  press deudlihc, '' modern day martyr indeed, wl)o is dappied if he does apd dumped if lie .doesn't. ���'"  ^pi'iTTlelTwlip appearorn)efoTe~UmT3oarll"lIp  public liuarinftaS in various parts of thp  Province were lakbp- into' i-pcppnl. Alsp  the Board had Ihp benefit.of infprmatipp  -.���"uppUpij to it by t|ie Jiescarch'Branch 'pf'  Uie 'JX'pai'lmppt. ,  '"J'lii.s nieun*- Unil piinimupi waties ipid  working eoiidiliohs estubliaslierJ ip a Minimum \yu''o Order will lie the samp for  .men upd women,''' Miiifl Mr. Glia(mt, "The  inlroduclion of Mm Order is liarf of'the  Jhinrd's eonlinwnn ..p^o-jriim,' of 'Up-.dalini'  ils Mjpimum Wage OrdurtJi"    l   ' ' : -)::'������'������ ���, : '  v.-  ���'  Second trv*  Delayed action on motion  raises hackles in Councif  *  hi *  . i  ,JNDJCATIPiN�� ure Hml ninllniiH huve lo  "lie muili! up pioi'e Ihiip one ijccuasiiip  by Hecluill Aldermen ly,order lo Im-dilii'i*  a l||Ho iiciion, Aid. .[lie lkm)c|* provlnmi-  sJy /look1 ksuo will) llie fui.'l Ihul u letlcr  to liiivu'bueii forwni'fled Ip jpeiil uui'vice  liliilm hud"1 nol |��eep wriUen" di!H|i|le 1111-  luiriiiii.'o Ihul il hud been,  Lliiil week Aid, Bei) Limit rojiculcd u  molion piiidc two,weckH'iireviniitily (0 lhe  uifecl Ihul u fepcu ninl upy oilier o|ii<lrilc-  II1111 hnlll ucrnss 11 imhli*' iiccuiiii lupe ul  Ihu old ia'upiuimlu Rulldi'mt Hiipji|y jiro"  (icily bu removed forlhwllh, ��� \  I'luyl, Ted jJuypi'r lold ('niiin:|l hn luul  np()|uu)��io��i|)(>. new-1 ennpi ��iuid~hurl ��� benir  informi.'d   Ihnl   he   Wfiiild   hu  plcnw.'d   lo  ��� uumjdy wllli uny eoupuil i'ei|iii!nl,  Aid, Liidk lold lilui, "I pollen it In, nl ill  cul nil''by u holled 'pile, which in locked",  Ml'. Muyimr' re|)liedti"jl jit pew u ijueii-  Uop uf wlii|i Cniinell wuplu, do we nul.  liml Ihey' ken|) llm tpiU. ojidii iliirinij fluy-  IlinuV J lumuinu lliey ulinply wliili lo jiro-  Ject Ihelr property froiu pilluibm''.������'������������-  Aid, LiiiiK Hti)d ho could nol /m ujopf'  wjth lliiil, lu,- Mild Uieii' Hboiild |iu liu /pile  ul rn'iy limn, "il in u deillcnlcd lunu ufier  hli/' Im 'mild, Aid, Ted, Onhnriio u/tieeil  uuij udilcd  Ihul  nil phi.luclcH iiliDiild  bu  removed.  jl   win.   n/ialn,  i.|)i;ll   opt   Iim  I'lipierii1 be iinluill In remove u||  lliilli. from I In.* deilli.'iiled liipi!,  ,.LOT"-H7a.-i---��� ���-.--I--   Aid, Jlemmr uimlp '���'iimuh  t/UMlion of ��li luci <MML jA'ic*. of frown  lupd'avulliibli: Ml Weiil I'oijuili.e Jluy I'm*  ri!i*ii;iil|opiiJ ,piii|)oiiOii,, JAir ueverul yeuru  Cuuih;JIm huve ��,i/iii.iili.'ii-il iiciion lo iililuii)  ���-n j inn tpM -pp-" t he pmpen j" for f 111111 e  iJ��veJo|��mei)t bul .1*0 Jiir II |iu�� f��i|��:d P��  l*ci |)iiiirihe lulkin/t Hluim.  Viclmiii lum iihi'iuly Miip-ei.led ('niiimll  Mibnill 11 ioiimIi oulline of ilu pyiiptit.nhi  hul Ihlii Ipo l)ii|i been mil'lcdcd lo cop-,  (.lupt ilelnyw.    ,  Aid. J.ippt mildjiml week "UiIm whole  IllllUt hnn beep meimed ip'pimd up lonit 11,  h, iJiti'ciiJimu, jetlCii, Jiavu (jcun ,,cnC lo  mm  Wfilijit ileiimlipepi.s mid iliui!' been one  ipim I'uivuroiind",, A'1!,' <<np/{ ndfleil llijil  |io Iim. lhn nuillur in mind upd iiilepdij  dolpit (lou'iifthlp/t ubpiil il, ,  Mc Uuyper .said he, ppders|oqd the  e'r lo hnvi) |)(;ep' lielil peiidipK diii-  ciiHslop w)l|i Mlnlsler ul j|)e ppconiinit  copvcnllop nf B.C. Mpii|(;i|)iilifien,1 AJd,  I'oii'joi' nnd *v*uypr,'tJwu|n'"hi'ilh expi'eniied  lhe vie'ilv Uiul. Ihere wiuild lie no uueh  op|)o|lup|ly ut ||m pmivp||l|p||','j| wuh iin*  refill lo urnififm 11 meellmti luler In Vie-  lorlu ut which lime |hi:Mni|. Iku|miI Uuw-  hod hnn Hiild she w|l| innke *iuni Um  MIpIhIci'h jnvo|ved wl|l he uvulluble.  im  bul  0(!"  rip;-  IIP     III'!  Ill)  Ad-Biiels  point  the way  lo action!  ���I  In Today's C/qS5<7/^;~  r*nar,nr,rin0��*nrmn*r,nt<**r*0M*n0,nr**t*r,nn*r>n0,n0*0.*0v0*.n   ,  I'H'K-ilV truck eui|0|)y, Tn|) f|i|ul|ly cop-  lifriiellop  und   mulerlul, ^*lid|m< 'u|u-  mlpupi wlpdiiwii upd vei)|, Ipfilile lo be  flplnlied, pjiihI fieJI,  ��� Tlmoi C|oi.i.|llcds runth oy��r 2.JJ0O homu��  (J0,000 rende'*},        ���<    ,       '  ��� 'rimctt1'|fw.-|'|odti 00 |M|p tho iiomoi . .  nrti on lowps, Mipcia or in cujvorlu,  ��� limch C|��jj*picd�� ate io^y-cost.'htphpotctic*,  /.files, lonlrs.  ^'     ' 1 I  ,'J  \il  H  r        ->    "  ��  . I  Jl  il''  1  ' ���   'fj  Phono 885-9654  ii,..''        . ���       .   ���  Phone linen open Sunday- pIpitifioa          '       *^s**!gi|!j|3^i  . K   ' JJ( \:  S-  I  UV0**ft0m&0^<i++',lm0l0l l*|llWla|aH"'  0    **f ^01   ^0k,jtf,    taA ����#**    0     r^-**0i.    0  m^0��w * ^*****w  J^' '  .   ^  p0m*m*rt0i&**f**'**r^':��**1 *"    I *���  ������:'-���'   *'*. ii swiwsa  ylA  'yr-  f t  *-, y  Pag? A'2 The Peninsula Time**     Wednesday Augusf 25* \Hf}  ^F*****W^**wi**^  ^1 tnpy be wrong, but l shall hot be ^a wrong as to fail (a my what I bvVeyfi to be right,- i  Douglas Q; Ww.fxbr, Editor        .-.-J  hmmma.r;..,...��.���.mm*~.~~.^*.0~m���  n,    i ,  ,. 11   i '  "  *" ' ' *"- 'I'll j      f |   tn-WBIW^J^-riniaMMllllnjn^^^l^jig  WHILE most of us welcome progress,  * providing it is orjterly unci of general  "lifn^ttTHrii?irsad itTct"^-TtWilp^^1tfr  it copies" a somewhat less djesfrable  aspect, That is,-in brief, tin increase in  the number ofmialconte-nts clue to lafger  population,      ��� '��� ' .  "7Klret~$y~This inevitable    malady is  having its 'affect.'on the Sunshine Coast  "and 'is fefietreci in a. variety of ways  most predominant, perhaps, being the  hot-rocf element together with an in-.  -creasing number of irresponsible clowns  on motorcycles. *'  In the latter case, it is unfortunate  for a liiotorcycle is a perfectly .good  economical means of transportation, and  in most cases, is used as such with strict  observance for rules'of the road! However, far too many riders figure they are  -on a fair ground and have the right to  make a nuisance of themselves and  create a hazard in the process. One  such halfwit recently was seen to pass  up two vehie|es over a ���solid line, then  when ope of the autos caught up with  him proceeded to slow right down and  wind along the highway witli his feet  on the handlebars. '  Others ride, along in pairs, Side by  side, taking up. ,an entire lane, shouting  wise-cracks to each other arid usually  holding up a line of traffic to their own  distorted amusement.  Hot rodders are back on the scene  in  greater  numbers    and   many   local  ���resM^nts  arc fast, becoming  extieiuel;  bored with their constant tire screaching,  ���peeling out of gas stations on the main  street and tearing around the block to  the pleasure of no one but themselves.  These young punks neither thrill nor  impress anyone and, we would suggest,  m in  time for a craek-dowfv by the RCMP  is long overdue. Incrgiise^in moftotf traffic  "CW^ouriiighwayTias'sprfaflecftluring past  years to an extent that things are hazartl-  ,ous enough without hotroBdefs mitking^  it worse. Proof of this is evident from  the large number of serious and fajaL  ^accidents' during past months.       ".  Anotlier sorry situation is that of  vandalism which, we lire given to understand, is costing taxpayers thousands of  dollars a yem*. Much of this activity  centers upon highway anci road signs.  Destruction of public property is obvious  ly a current fad with the weaker minded  hoodlums. What they consider themselves tp.have proved is.difficult to understand. One thing the general public needs  to appreciate is the fact thai all who  pay taxes have to help shoulder the burden of this type of vandalisni.  An official of the Highways.Department said last week thiU_these costly  pranks are not, limited to'lme particular  area, they . go on, continually up and  clown the: Sunshine Coast and, indeed,  throughout the piovince. '"If is costing  taxpayers a small fortune and it is up  to everyone who witnesses such actions  to take down their license plate number  and report it to the RCMP,*' he advises.  These  problems  will   never  be  el-  : jminated completely and as population  blossoms forth it will probably increase.  At the same time, if the public co-oper7  ittes  by reporting such  incident's, _they  ~most certainly could be curtailed sig-  nificantly. The police cannot possibly  he everywhere at onfc time and to he  really effective they have to  have ��� ftijl  _ public, .support, without it we might just  as well prepare lo led the hoodlums take  over.  Pesw*�� CeiiW ��������� ��# Mttle  CERTAIN aspects of the so-called ������hippy" cult were born from good intent  and a genuine belief that two world wars  and the slaughter of millions of-innocent  lives-, has failed to convince society that  our present system is a failure.  As with many other idealistic causes,  the "Flower Power" and "Peace not war"  movements were' cinickly utilized as-im  pullet for filth, radicalism and general  degradation, by just about all the crackpots, rabble, deadbeats and scum ever  to congregate, ypdCT One tille. The result  was the end of what might have proved  a commendable' and acceptable philosophy.  , While maintaining that in very many  respects4 tlie world today is further advanced than ever, before, it is also a fact ,  that the average person is .living under  greater pressures than.in tlie past. Far  higher'standards of education are called  for' to compete on thc employment mar- ,  -kel���business k becoming imic'lr more  competitive and for some reason or other  Ihe political scene.on local,-national and  international levels has a depressing air  of uncertainty,  , One , m i g ll I   I here fore    appreciate  ,  younger  people,1 who,   wilh  " ii jnvaicr  knowledge   of  world   affairs  lliiin  llieir  forefathers, show deep concern for .some  of llic enisling, conditions'Which ol'icn  defy logic. An example, aiul perhaps llic  mosl ouislandmg,   is  ilia! "i\V countless  hi'lions of dollars poured iiiio weapons  '-of (leitili aru| destruction when so nttich.  could lie dope willi those siune dollars  ^should  ihey be directed  inlo  peaceful  ' channels,  Al ilie  present' lime, we  learn,  lhe  world is spending 1>.U?i,(|()0 per milium  oil what has beep docribed ns ii'"}*l.*ihal  '(irms .race'', li has beep calculated thai  llie'ij-iysem stockpile of iuicleiir warheads  is Mi'i'l'icicnl lo dcMroy our 3,Mid million  population "SO.OOO limes over,  '"'',.   lhe (ISA is '.considered ,10, lend ���|i|  mieleai-iiiissilc killing power! A  leppil  siiiles ihm jusl three years ago ihcrc l)e-��  ,   gun  a  leii-bllllpn  dollar  five   year iay-  ��� down  of, flOO  MIKV-Mintiiemeii   II I,  ench one able lo destroy I luce sepmale  eliles  iiiniulliuieoiisly ,/ (iiceuinle   wliTilii'"  yards) wilh- the equivalent1 of a <|iinriiT-  iiMi-million ions of   INT apiece,  Ad-  ililloiuilly Mlie  U.S.  will   have   Ml  sub-  *���"*'iwrlucsrench"wltIr io I'miihiptyiJKy/iyr  Warheads each. Should ihis ever be used  llie winld will he iiiiinhabiiiihlc,  I'ciir ol ench oilier* lnilli* on distrust  ami the Inhcrenl ������ivcd.ol some countries  and llieir rulers, has led to iho larger'  major powers expendlii-i billions of <lo|-"  lure, on lU'iminieiiis as a prolecfiop agnlnsl  ,. |)i|,''i'ible�����)iillack. C'erlainly the, fuel ihnl  liny  illicit   nllack   would , lead   lo   lolnl  \iinjiihlliiiioii is ilsclf hiilfieiciii to ward  off I'uiuie wars Imi at wlml iinnei.'c*iiiuy  ciisl? On lhe asMijii'piiun thai Ilu- inii|or  powers appreciate thjs obvious fact, then  one would wijnder why our elected rulers  have- failed to formulate a simple plan  for complete abolishmenl of weapons of  war   and  concentrate   their   endeavors  upon a formula for peaceful civexsitence.  When it is considered just how much  employment .could  be created   by  put-  liog- the. -.-vast---��un*->T���presently- used- for  war, to development rather I ban destrue-'  tion, it is not too difficult to understand  why so many thinking young people are  driven by a sense of friislriiiioh to join  the  ranks  of society  drop-outs.   Drop*  ping out is, of course, no answer. Those  whp are so concerned and have the ability should lake their place in society and  work toward making llieir voices heard.  ...... ,,ll  might well  prove to be a young  mail's world but, they will have to ho  responsible young men. Older people are  usually prepared to.listen to those-young  people who arp proving themselves capable of accepting theiirespoiisiiiiliiies and  taking llieir place in moulding a heller  fiiiure. hew will'even give lhe lime oi'  day lo "the uijkemp, unwashed drop-outs  of the contemporary 'scene!.    "'  We clearly face a;lrcii)j.;ndoiis task if  '���'world-wide Irus'l is lo'be established for,'1  dcsir.ublc'though it would be, the prob-.  lems'are many and complex, Nevcrihe-  less, il is not impossible and, if polhiiig  else, Iho flower power advoeales have  al least ceiiu*rei| world wide allenlion  upon ihe need for an entirely new ap-"  ...proa'ch lo a very old and sorry siluii-  lioijA Tj. , k <o  -Bsnormari  I       -,  Small motor  with big motor  features.  The Peninsula y&^wA.  .,., ���"'ullllMioil.WcilneMtluyii ul fieulicii ���   on JI.C.'ii 'Jnn*.lilno (V-iiNI  , , K-n,.  ���-. Y ������ "  .  " f*C4.ln|l PciiIuniiIh Ihni-s |,|(1,  llo\ HU - .Sqclioll, OX!.   ,., I  l>ou^lat(J*M'h*fler, -.IUtln*r ��ndi'i*t>H$ht0   -  Siit-ncrlpdon "*��������! (In Myubc?"!'  1 Yew*, $1. 2 fmm, %'t ��� 3 Vf.iu��, $13  il.H, 0fn, h'oiclun, $.H,.M)       , ,  Ifrvlrw Ihf art a 1 mil I'or I Mr'lhm in f.itin<mi  I (lhw0 fiiwint Uf fcrvlilnht)  This fn tlio ouibonrd lor llm mnn  who iiiH<i�� I1I1 llshlno ����r|oiii��|-/,  ll'u lli<> cioiiillHni llvliiruilo wllli  bill motor (uulufim, I luli��)iiiinii  lum �� twist-(I'lp Ihrotilo, full  '(|(inrH|il,|l( llionnottlollo |<iiii|i��jr*..  (iIuiu coiitrol, -tlioiak-itK-iinl'id  piopullui, (imi inoro, And It tin*  llvofu flnouoir"powofirt "jiliino"  two IMwipufp unil uw.  MADEIRA  MARINA ITD*  (lh  Modal rriPntk  003-2266  wiNnijof-oaus & scnyici  **0mf*00m*0*m0**mmm  7.   % Rev. Ale* Ri Siiriip*��pn# O.MI.  "SUJ^FICIENT far  the *day  is  the evil  thereof.'' (Matt. 6:3��)  , 'There are Iwo clays isi every weelc  ab'uit which we should not - worry. One  of tliese ciays in yesterday, with its liiis-  takus und cin-ife, its luults and blunders,  \t-s aches ami pains. Yesterday has.passed  forpvor'heyohd our control. All the nioney  in the world cannot bring hack yesterday. We i.,nnot undo a single, ant we p'fcr-  formed; we cannot -erase a single word-  wc said. Yesterday is--'one.  The oilier day wo should not worry  ahoul" is tomorrow, with ils possible ad-  -."BTsifies, its' Jftu-ifei'is, its large promise  apd poor performance. Tomorrow is also  beyond our immediate control.  _ r���Tlus leaves only today.���Aiiy-one�����riv-  ��� fight lhe battles of j.iist one clay. It is  only when you and I add the burdens  of those two awful eternities, yesterday  and .tomorrow, that we break down. It is  nol the experience of today that drives  men mad. It is remorse or bitterness  for something thai happened yesterday,  and the dread of what tomorrow may  bring.  .' ���  l.et' us   therefore   live   but , one   day  al  a time.  .OTyajjpjwafiaiiaiiwwiiiawjwiiKaiaffaiiJmi, mantum^wimiaan^iiaaMtini^,-  SECHELT  JEWELLERS  * * *  * * ^  RINGS  WATCHES  GIFTS  Watch and Jewellr.y  Repairs  Phone 885-2421  ^fmmtmwm  WWMWttlPlWhl-MW'WWIil^  -7  Tlin Troiioiiriililn W. A, (/, lto.uol.l-, I'rnniim* .. .1 K/hIop  -of JOnnne<v-inr.(|(. fho following Rlni^mmrcr"������������l,^-A  '      ' "Nwiul iiinblaiiiH which fyjlkt. a iirtml thnl hf '   ,  (irit'i mul, hm',-mn upon iiiilinitluiiltt rvmiH JrUm Hit' pm uf  ultulinl, e-ifitirrHrn. und flritfia, 'l}ht\ Jiimnmii! lum  .Witiiln amiuri{iittiim for vomit yvttm In liulli llm Alrtiliplh mul  '/Httrcolifl I'tiiitpltiliumi unil Iht'Hii. will, hn rniillitiirtl,  Iltiiofi'tr, it in llin <ltnwriiiiit'iif'n fiiiiiu'i'liiiii. a  pnyn utmrmtiitir u,t��l v^mittlril ml it ml inn, '.pciwiitiun unit  liwiyHiliiliiiii/jii'titiftiu'. wnM Iip uutUtrluket. tu tillmiiUa'. ��� ..,..  tlpiiit; jiiolilt'iiiH,  7     /j',. ��� "A" ���/'''W)r1{' w'u haf rovtfmtiiiii pttwrmn '  " "  - liwjlhuu-fjitnrit im wvlltiH prt'witl- u^ii'mlhiitt, I will  rtrniiniitwl lint e.tt.tibl(nltvivnt-<>f ti l/iM,<)<)<),<Hit) writvlmtl  witti, willi, lii'|| nil,,mil, interval ramintm licimi mt'tl  U>JUummlltiJiHnm,,,i.  0, i nt   "V"\!',,",' win f,(> town"tin H��i "Ihiifi, Alcohol,  witl Uuiirifti Htlittttittm, Pmmnlinn, tntd IMttiliilitiitiuit,,  J' und" find wilj, /,��� ,���.f. Up mi uf llm twirnl llnrultuvuf   jmrnmy^lrunuM^^  _ ���,,,.,   ,,   ���     "An in llm ullittr v<i:i><l<itd fhndtt vnUiU'ttiliM hn  tlm (invmmw.nl, hn tuhimrlt tomiNtilrti will hf fimHiirtttd to  ncmmip'vd on t[tt\tthtrltiutttm of ilm hnlil'ii iwt'ino,"  "i *  <*onimuuM) Jiuh iniii.,i,a,j j,.{(tr*jriTipfi\T\'fr stuffy-oj1 wnyn nilit  in".*mofjmllUiir.Uity.Lli>vmrM^^    i���,.nt * i '"','' l"'i'"'',,,',',,, UJ Wiiiin*l'llw iinivenUniL  Irrn ��ion , mul rnhnWIifullpn flwHUk'i* U��onj$lUl  An nnprniHiil hna ))t.ari mm.*} of various m��Ujodtt  ���,,i����<'!liH!HlJnK BrilalHli.Ctiluiphiu'a twhool -rliilclren-nncl�����-�����-������,  rolhiKu nliKlunlH nlmnl, lhn rial'rt iuvulvoii in |-)io  , r'niiHiiniptinn of drngrf, nleohnl, nml <��)ffui,��l,l,on,��� iVopopnlfi  urn now Iw'upt j-rmpurcd for l,hn I hiparinmnl; of j'MuciilIon,  i "-.Uwhii.si*! U){wnu;o prohJmnH tlm!;'allWI;<*v��ry  oiks of uh, a 'inoHt jrnporlnni, (|ii<fnUoiVwm:i how l:o iidijcuLo  nml Inform,��//. 1,1m pcopln of I hid Iui'ko I'rovincn im  .  cllli'ionlly mid nirucllvuly nn pon-ilfilo, 'I'Jm (|nl;inlon wnn  ���nimlo to prpimro.ioi informal ion und -t'ljticitl.ion jirogrnin '  for nno Jn llm jijukh mwlln- -nawMimpor^-rii'lio nnrJ  Iclpvirtion ninl l,o ^iipimrl; l,)iln nifofl* vviUii j-iiltliumo  'jnutai'WaUih'li impHinp)i|p|.H'iniil/jliim,    '  '">        -'I'liin i>ytiip'pp) jn n chmmlo pKafiml; ppyalmtmeMi,   ���  Jni'llllVroin'u. nml iKnornimn, II, in iinporliinl.'fo  itvnj'yoim who Ih n-nri-mod wilh Uio nimiil.y pf lifo.  il. in i/nitr problem na wull ��m ourii una yoiu' I'lijipoit nud ,  'iipiht'alandinjf nro vital lo Hn Kimm***},  J I, i�� imr hojm 1,1mli I h<�� moro pooplo ip)(1��iv"Iujj<I ���  llm prohlmim (Tniil<!<l hy Um nlnmo of ilniKM, nlctihol, und   lolmcco Uiumoru (hoy will ImMhloMrCTpowlUrtlionr     r    ~   nnd find Holul.lorm wiUiiu Umnwilytnii'   '       , . ...    .^  ,  -v & n ��� oovernment'op' iritish commsiA  ^ * Hon. PX|iratf^Q.C, Mlnlotorof Pdocqtlon-aiofrmo"  faHrfLff  �� Ml*  I [on. l��� It, VHimnn, q.f L Allomoy (.t-Vnl  K. It, Wui-fcjf, lktmly Mliahlw, Ucyolliawnl lit 'iVuyul lii.lui.Uay- '  *^HmHt00k4^ *fc^Vw im mil** ^������^HP*��*�� ��H^n���t4^��  a����#*��<mmv#a fjw^^M mt.*+^mt^^JH4fr4+^**Jl*r9u*''***f**+ **  %.4AA.AA A^rffc-A-iA. **-* A-*��rf*^***<�� *4��M +'f^00*00tm.*mim^*0^*+*0**l'0(tf***0*' ������jmN�������-��������  p0**im** mtir*0j0fi0t**.40**n r*.A* +*t i** 4A >4.JK4iuit 0  11  �� 4ft ���*��.*.��, j*     ���   jf,   n   *-f AAA., ���:���:��� * ������ J -/. ;- jA'J'J' '^ ** ��� .':'���-'"���:. - .': ^ ���';:' -"v *��� ;":'-iv *���*' -vr ���'������;..-*-. V-- JAJyJ.A* A-'- J /-^CV^A.^  '���-������������ ' ��� ������ ��� l ��� ��� " '     ' :\--'-�� .���       '.  V ������J^i'  ./   . .    .   \    , ���'���,   -1 .,   y  Around Gibsons  *mhy Marion Charpnatti  MIT. anfl Mrs. "David Nystrom .and t'*e_  '' -Ja't'ter's father Mr. A. KiirtzluUs'T-ilive  returned' from a month overseas. They  travelled by plane from Vaucp'uver to  CopepliHgen. It was Mrs. Nystfopfs first  visit, her- father had not been to the  old country for 73 years.  lYl'*-- Nystroin wlio had not been there  for -17 years policed mftpy change-*.  TJ.ie parly visited relatives, Mr, Kurtz-  li'als stayed near Qppephai'eii. whilP Mr.  and .Mrs. Nystrom visited in NurTluir'n  Sweden Then they all went to,Oslo whoru  they, were guests of* Mr. Kurtzhals ne-  -pbew. While' in Scandinavian .countries,  th^ftfirTOtiers enjoyed a boat tour on the  canals. They saw rock carvings and hier-  ter, Mrs. % Gfalljer^Mrs. R. Stanley, Mrs. 'Feeney, pow of Ksimloops, ��\yere --week'  T. iLuka-ihuU, Mrs. p. .Holland, #?s. Sum- ,Qud .guests at thenhame of ��M.r. Md fe-  mprland', Mrs. *\. ^immq, ;apd Wm Paye .-.-Dap '���'pay/Ci here.  FJoekharl. UpabJe to attepd but sending Mrs. Vinee-Gracevye.il spent a" month  gilts were: Mrs., O.' Swanson, and' Mrs. visiting her sister op Vancouver * Isiand  R. Hugjies. Pelpctable vetreshpiepls were - -$]K\ ^as joined, by Mr." Bi*acewel) ������ apd  ergoyecL - Kim who piannpd'a few days camjJing il'  ��� &OQTTII3H FLAYPUJR   "   \  Adults and ohildrpn fishing pft" Ho.p-  Jtiipv Landing wharf, on Tliprsday f-ije'r.-  ppuii JOth. in fidditipn to pll the other,  en'joyvibip J*e��Uu'es, goijd lishipg, fine weather, Aiagnjfipe-pt scenery, .pleasant company -q\J., W0l'e treat��d to a musjieal per-  fprmane*. as bagpipes sounded acrps,S;lhe-  waterfrot;i the grounds of a nearby home!  This \ve.ll-'|"nnwp powerful instrument uf  high.antiquity wliich could be considered  as the halio.'uil ipslrpment of .'Speltland  i.s  indeed suiiied  to outdoor concerts!  SUCCESS  Kim who planned a few days camping if  the  weather had perrouHpd.  Miss Sandra JQqrJett enjoyed a week  ,on Vancouver Island with relatives.  Clark and -Cnrey-inn JQpugall .li^ye re-  turned from -holiday 'd Bridge L^ke,  where troul at'isliing is good.  Mr. arid Mrs. Thtll^W. Ai-^ei-spn were  balmy V1 h")"--? theii^oiv-iii-law apd dSMgh-  (et 'Kathleen,-. Mr\ and Mrs. Jim B'read-  ner epine down from While Horse, Ypkcm,  Where they were luy.pg, to visit here fqr  two wepl^s, bafiire going to por-Mv- Pastern Saskalehewan where:thoy will make  ^their'honie at Nipawin.  oglyphics from the year 10(10 B.C., ancient  grave stones andna'*ypts, inleres'ting court  yards etc. They found llie architecture of  old churches and town halls to be in great  contrast to modern. It was poled that  city has been built upon city in'these  lands, and anyone desiring to excavate  nips! let the government know so that  relics may be preserved. Very o*ld money  bad been unearthed and was cm display,  Growth is very lush as tlie soil is so  rich, tin pxcellcpce nf dairy products, and  vegetables .Viis noted, flowers seemed  larger aiicbinore beautiful. The parks Were  especially  lovely.  The money and language** pose a problem fur the Uiurisis who swarm llie.-.*?:  countries, however a lot of the residents  understand English although?!hey seemed  shy to try io express t Lionise Ives in our  language.  The Nystroms had a pleasurable lime  with friends whom they had known im'  .Canada who now live over llieie. They  report being treated well,by acquaintances  and strangers alike. fJ'hey also visiled  Stockholm.  WELCOME  A welcome is being extended lo Ihe  new owners of Ihe C V. Ha lien! ine property at So'ames Point. They are Herbert  and Dzidra l*to/,ehtals of 1070 West ,151 h  Ave,Vancouver 9. Ji.C. where Mrs. .Jio-ien-1  tals has Ihe Uireli Personal Care Home.   TTTe  ��� ''loyal Canaa'.ian Legion" Branch 109  reports the dance winch they held an  Satip-day f41 h was vel'.V. successful. Music  by a gruup- from Fiji was enjoyable and  tbe Pqlynesian. dangers were entertaiu-  ing. "  VISITORS  Mrs. IJen.nis Tyson an'd Rosemary from  Misery Creek  visited Mrs. Winnifred Ty-  'SUll. a- _  ���Forvrier local residents Bill and Shirley  TRIBUTE  Mrs. William Banks of Granthams  Landing passed away at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt on August 15, .1971. She  was predeceased by her husband, 17 years  ago. Surviving are two sons, William of  Vancouver and Hubert of North Vancouver; two daughters, Mrs. W. H. .Johns,  Richmond and Mrs. I. C. Martin,'Victoria;  ^ eight grandchildren and seven great  'grahddiil.dren;   1   sister,   Mrs.  E.  L.  Ste  vens, "foropto.  - .       .      "  The late Mrs. Banks, whose maiden  name was Miss .Margaret McFhersop  GrantLwas born in Inverness, Scotland in  -rfIB-'. She immigrated to Canada with her  parents when she was in her teen years.  They- came to Vancouver around 1908  where Ihey lived near English Bay Until  lhey^ bui.lt   a   house  in   the   Grandview  disirfc'l.     '.  .   <*  Mrs- Banks had.lived at Grantluims for  "i-l years but had been spending summers  thtjre for AP' years. Many young people  enjoyed happy limns at ihe Banks hpme.  Mrs.   Banks   hud   a'wOnderful  sense   of  humor; she  made little of any ailments  and did  nol  dwell un discomfort of any-  son, but was happy* and joyous, an inspiration to all who knew Iter. She was an  ardent' and faithful worker .in the United  Church, doiiTjg.much handwork .and pftep  -iuuanjj-me^t-iftgs of the 'Grandplc UtuVof- -  the UCW at her home. She had belonged^:  to aii earlier group.  Hev.Japies Williamson conducted Ire  funeral service at Gibsons Memorial Uni-  ti-d Church ���'at 10 a.m. Wednesciay, Aug.  IH. wlfijrt a large number gathered to pay  Liihute to one who was dearly loved and  uill be greatly missed. Rev. Williamson  v.is also in charge of the graveside.servka  'ai 1 p.m. when commilal was made at  ' iccan  View Burial Park, Biirnaby.  Wednesdoy, August fe^jg^T:        J^ ItenlMMlp T^e?  Ppgg A-3  on  WM A,  omes  ALL CLASSES  OF  IMSURAIMCE,  INCLUDING LIFE  j. m. (Jim) mnmmoHB  INSURANCE AGENCY LIMITED  ���if.  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH     ,--  CHARTERED ACCOUfslTANT  Telephone: 885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  B^sai  SECHELT, B.C.  Kuzenlals who moved lasTweeK,  have as guests Professor David Grant, his  wife I.yone and their family. Professor.  Grunt whu is al Sinipn Jfraser LLniversily  (Philosophy nipt.) will be leaving for  Cambridtie Uwiversily, ISimlancb-wJieA! he  will read'bis thesis and receive a Doctor's  demee   in"  Seplember.  BRIDAL   SHOWER  Miss Carol Proeknow win' finished her  psycliialric nurse training in January and  has,since heen on Ihe staff al Val'eyview  Hospital, Essondale. Coquillam, was honored at a delighii'ul"bridal shower when  a very dear friend with whom Carol trained,  l^inda, Wow.l",  \vas  hostess.  Mrs. Bill Quarry in Vancouver was  hostess-assisted by her aunt Evelyn Slen-  ersoii, wht'ii Cai;ol Procknow was guest of  honor at a charmingly arranged .shower  altendud by maiiy friends of the popular  young bi.ide whose wedding_ii>o44-a pl-trcir  this pasl weekend. Carol plans to continue  . Jier nu+spp-i. career after her marriage.  She enjoys, attending tbe elderly patients  at  ValJ.eoview.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs. F. W. Dnwnes had her son-in-law  and daughter from  Calgary  visiting.  Guests of Mr. and   Mrs.  David  l-'yle.s are  Mrs. .J   Alee and ('hildren from Vancouver Island. . ,  Mrs. 10. Hudd lofi Kridiiy lo ret urn  lo per home in. London JOnglaod, after  visiliug bere.for !i weeks wilh liar bi'ulhon*  Terry"(.'oiiiuir of Gdi.-ipni: apd 1' ('oniior  of llubeiis ('reek. '     ,  Mis.   M    laiivell  spout   u   woi.'kei'id   in  Vancouver and was gui'sl al lhe ci.'liibra-  lion Of the'Diamond Wedding Anniversary  uf Mr. ami Mrs. Ucilier'  I.   Miillelt, held  f on 'Aiaigu.'.l I l'i lii al lhe lilue llorisou llolel.  ''II   was   ii   diiliglil'l'ul   parly   wilh   inany  fiii'nil.'i   Iioiii   Iiii   and   near  'giilhcrcd   to,  i.'ongriiliiliiie lhe populru" i*(iiip|(l;ii who, nn;  liii'ini'i-  ('('sidenls  ol'^Ln' Siiu.shiiiii' 'Count.  IGim.'nIh nl  llie'lioiim of Mij and  Mrs,  Sinn Triieiiiiin wim: Miss Hilda Hlm-k apd  Wins iMIIdrcrl -Mlnde liuni Vancouver, JI.C,  Mrs. II   Webb is''spoii(lbi/- n l-liorl vlslf  -bn Vfinrimvcr Island Gucsl uf Mis' Gem go  T.   Snillh .In Miss   Wjjlinni.s   Iioiii   Viui-  i.'oiiv.ei*,., ' * ,       ���  ���  Mr anil Mrs George Miirshull and  fnniily from Now Wi'slnilnsli*r viiri|lloin*il  In Gibsons Ml. Muisbiill i,-�� on lhe ,-al.ill,  nl Hoynl < 'olumliiiiu lliu.pitiil  (Jiiet.l ul Mr' ni;iil Mrs ..I   I'uwilln wai.  ,,.  Mm, Kiln Kiirmnr li'oin I'l'ince ',l(npei;l,'  a,  '*''"   ���J,'oriiu.'r  local  r'o,s|(li.'iii,s, M'l',   nud  Mrs.  Pli'iic ('o'pK'iui and limply who now, ii.*;.ide  lit  ('i .illIn ool<  wmi'  vl.dlor:! Willi  I I'liilivei,  llfl (;    foi'    ll    Wl.'dji,  'Mr', mul Mrn, Krl ('llU'iuii'l :m)i.s, wllli  llieir new Irall.ei, uiijoyi'd n liollilny at  fiiuidpiiinl liusoi'l, Cnnlii) laiiki! When Mr.  Gill hud lo return for work nl'lcr ihri.-o  wi.'i'liii, MiM. GUI nnd llm buys stayed bn  and wore joined by Mrs.fGorl,y Hope wlm  Iind n |il(in,aiiiil vni'iilion wilh llinn Al'lor  laiivon wuii|(M nwny' Mrs, (llll ri'lirnii.'i)  Willi  n good  tun,  Mr nnd Mrs Jl .1 " Wisken hnvt, >,uld  ��^^U^uh^.walol.|l'l���l��Hl-��b���llllll-"��m-'"-',nin���*~���H'lad���;,','-"  llopkluii J.iindlng, mul am,moving lo Ne'w  WcMiiilii.ili i' nlii.'i ^ponding ii wliile nl  1'owrll Hlvur wllli limb (ion In luw and  iliiiightfi' liuvld miilTali'h /mhr'ippl l'n\p  l liy. Thuy will Im piihiIly mihuitil blivliig  bi-ep i'(iniil(!iili' I'or lhe pasl |.<|.��yi'ii|u   iJOiui'hl^ Hoiidii'iiii Irom Viirn'oiiver v lull -"  mi liii. hinlin- Mn-  M   llollowlelt mid oilier  ll'lllllVe'a     IllMlV  lutuifniptt frnni Hum'1 "'fiiiim'fu'wn,'" New "'"  JJi iiik.wkIi   lor -*i   llirap   w��-*��'J<   vlull   Willi '  (Mr,   und   Mn-,   Ail   Jlniikn,   were   Mrs  J'iiiiImi'i. iJi.ojdil'T npd nonln luw, Mi;, nml  Mrs,  David  iJllhell  upd  thoir  llirei), e|i||.  ..'di on,   Many   pli'iniiipl   iiiinii*   worn  Kpnill  Willi   ri'lnllvim  und   Ij'lcndir dui|i)|(   Ihi'll'  titny, Tlioy linve now lel'i lur n llii'im yenr  lour of duly  wllli  the  ('miiidliili  Arnieil  /''iiiei'M  In   (.niir,  (lerniiuiy, I  ,.,;....w���.��a*.~Nipnum-���ProuUnow-!--who- hiin-- beep ���  laliidylng   tiei Ini nnvi/Uilloli      riH'i'lveil    l)j;i  IjIIoTh JIi'i-dm.- i'lirlh't'  ll|^  "ii'mlll.  niuiw,r.i,MT  Whon Mi'n, Ken Muirli<nn cnlcilnlnt'd  N       nl liei home mi 'J'liiui-ilny (*ei'p)iiu,Jiunui,���..  , |p//, Mils Piun  Moji'.'i wilb u  very lovely  iliiiwi'i', ilu1 huMi's*. win, ii.,...li!Uid"h'>- Miiai;*  Dlui'iiii'  I'ievo,--l  A bcinillliilly (lci'(��inli*(J chair wim nr-  i'iui|(cd I'ur lli'r bride eliii'l, .wbb" I'l'i'i'lVi'd  ii vinii'ly of allriiellvi* 'iilln pr<'in*iib'il In  n pii'lilly tilniiiH'il iiiiibii'lin,    '  ' J  J ��i often I   weie MfiT, A".' HyAnnuni,  Mm.  A, Ufiyi'.VMm.l'.. Ihhiii Hr��� Miji.,W. MueJ-  a . I '  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Pus.  6&27U    Res. 886-7j5Ji7  Harris lilock, Gibsons,  B.TTT  ART SUPPLIES  Telephopo 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes 8. firing  dealer for Duncan'.s Ceramic products  Pine Rd.1 & Grandview Ava.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsqns, JB.C.  BUILDHMG SUPPLIES  (Cotit)  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  __\      $.0 DOWN. TERMS. AVAILABLE.  Cut all" sizes.  Timber and  Plank.  Dimensional  Lumber and Plywood. We,deliver on the  Sunshine Coast*  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  ..,     1349 Mitchell Road,-Richmond, B.C.  Phone Vancouver: 321-2388 - Local: 886-7036-  ramrajET ippiipfg  Ktxaau���  irijuiympm  ELECTRICIAtMS (Cont j  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Wiring Supplies - Electric Heat  Sechelt - Phone 885-2062  Serving the Sqnshine Coast for a quarter century  FuiiT ,". ''"'" ' ""''  mwHim shop  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE 8.  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS.  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  *-*-���'r    Phone 886-2551 '     '~*  ���  ANADIAN  ROPANE  AUTa^geiivcE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Pprts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Towing  885-2812 or 885-9979  BLASTING  CONCRETE  NORTH COAST CONCRETE    j  Foundations - Driveways etc.   .*  Alf Harper Office 883-2240  Madeira Park Res. 883-2223  Serving th^ Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking,.''Heating and Hot Water:  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  SteeJ Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  RETA8L STORES  CARINAS  CONTRACTORS  Vr -..ai-v^  -��� �����;"?(/��^ ���<���.���.-���>:>��� :.����������� ys- -7T._ ;���.-- :--  COifTHOtLEP ^LASTING  ALL W0RK INSURED  & FREE .,;ESTIMAT bb  l*RED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 L   C. Emerson.  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BRICKLAYING   A. SIMPKIN5   "���  Box 517 - S��c|telt, B.C.  Phone 885-2132  J & P MASONRY ,  All Ty|.Hfs Of Slone Work    ���  Albo Hyckb (ind lilixkb  R(j!��iiU.'Mlnil nml CoivmitfidUl  Nuw and Old |ii*#Mclui��j^.  I^hono 886 2231  Box 259, Gibsons/ p.C.  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  jy^-y ' LTp.-r*-   . r  )/ ,* '..;     - .  r  Qeiyiei)t-0ycty$\. 0roiy\ Rock; etc;  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  Fin,  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - B9ck|iQ,es , ,  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,  Boh  172, Secjiejf,  B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building.  Road Work  i " .. ,.,(   '''       '"       -       "      -   ..  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box  1,89, Sechelt, p.C,  "   Phone 885-9767    '  For Your Fuel Supplies  QANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  986-9663 - Hopkins Landing  MfgMACES  ���"tv-  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  ...i  No down .payment - Bank Interest.  Ten years to pay  For freo c��timato���Call 886-*?728      ,  Complete, line of appliances  HAIRDRESSER  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding    .  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Service  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrude OMC. - K&C Tliermaglass - Sunliner  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing Fittings and Fixtures.  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  Phone 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  BERNARD GERICK  ..-   P.O.  Box  158  MADEIRA PARK, BC  MERCURy DEALiER  Phone (604) 883-2248  ^OHO. MARINE RESORT  Cabins - Boats - Marine Repairs  t   Rich and Phyliss Atvvood  Harry and Jean Morrison  P.O.  Box  160  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOM6 TbRNtSfctHNGS  Phone 865-9713  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear ~  "Yard-Goods - bedding"  Dial 885-9331  T-inens  Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWING R/aACHINES  Bernina & Qrn^giS  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERyiCE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  .      REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  I���^Tii^^onaHiaYiesn^85^974^  1    PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Excavations - Rood Bulldlnn  - Road Ginvci - Ciuslied Rock  BUIL.DE63S   L.  COI-l ZUIP^MA  Cloorlnfj  Grndlnfj -1  Phone; Sechelt 6859550  por1 All YnuirRanovalions,' Repairs  t,pv\ .Cahlnot Work,  Phono B05-21'3">  "'        * ' i  ���'"'IT"'"'*'  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  CM5TQM HOMES - IPRE-FAH MpMPS  llll/h Qmillly , ,', l'<i(i!.oniili|�� |*'i|f;n��  Huy ii  I'nrMnpn nnd iiiurl  ll  yiii,ii.ull, or pul  Dili   |)|l)flJV.|OIKll  |HJ||),  GARPpM HAY, M.C. - P|i��d�� Pyu��, 9fl3-27?3  "EASY-LOG" VACATION HOME   "���"'" '- ������."'.' EontacT  !' """  Vlnco Brocuwdl ot  8Q67720 Hopkins Landing, B.C.  'i ��� '    .,'  IVir lliirl/'nnliil, V^illcnl Tiuo log HulMlni, liy  CANAOIAM ion SrijiUCJlJIUS I.II),  BM'tPffiP.j?!!!!^ :.ii  ,     REAPTrMm CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES ,  Your Ono Slop Huildlno Moro  For All Your HulliJlnQ  GIBSONS BUDDING SUPPLIES LTD.  __|A!>3-SeoYleyf���jphone 88/i-?642'-   '""'* "twTn " iES^K-TuMBiR , ,  RUILMNp SUPPLIE$ LTD.  Dial .m-iw  Wlicn Ymi M'Til Miillillnu SuppIlM  (i|vo lh A Call  fRLt, tSTIMATCS  CUSTOM BACKHOE WORK  ,SI.-PTIC TANKS |NSTALLI:P  '   Government Approved  Free fislimnles >  f'xcovntlQns - Prninnge -. Wolcrllnijs, ���  QfC. I  plpono 886-9579  .'.'   >oiir Busiiioes Cord -  In this space will  roqeh nearly  10(,("i()0 peoplol  Ujw cost - High power  "I1"111** ��� twmw'|'t> ��!>n��P����(��wi|i'iwi;iiii|i��[iif *^^0000*0in i -  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.,  I''0|'T Mhl.'lON In Olli'S COVI:  ,     TbIi 006-2^30 orMW-997*.  Cri|| (Jr. |;i)i;YiMll |)|l.ptiy)| NlJildd,.  Wluni I'l.'iiMvniiini Oi Siiilno C|i��iiiIiki,  ..-.a.?..:,., a.- ..'i..!,!';"1-   -'���  '���"���  ! ANN'S CplFFURES  in lhe Bal Block  N^xl  to the Co-op Store    ,  Gibsons 886-2322  HEATING 6\ SHEET METAL  HALL SHpET METAL  pomeslic ��� Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box  )64, Sechelt, BXf   .  TILLICUM HkATING & SHEE^r  METAL  OIL �� EL|;CTRIC,,& GAS  No down-payment  Phono 885-9494  OIL (FIR^D WARM AIR HEATING  Oil. FIRED WATER ''HEATERS  ,��� .Noilui>ti|U'JWii-~ 10 YuuiiiJ'o I'oy  l.lolK I'liinil-lnii f"'"1  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  .883-2401 883-2778  NURSERY  v      MACK'S NURSERY  ,.   . Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Uandaicoplnfj r Shrubs - Fruit Trues - Fertilizer  Hurry I'lqiils - lioddinfl Planlr. - Pool Moss    ���  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying toy  Loridscopinn and Treits  Phonp 886-2684   ,  OPTOMETRIST  HORSES  Co/id.iniju, Avi'iiluJi'li:,  ^^pa^abpnJarm.--^^. ,  l*xri]||(;ni  Inciliiiin, nvollolilo for iKinidlniri'ii'l  i."    ���  .,.   . ,   rli'llhii yuui lioit.1),      ��� .        ,  * llldlvlduiil Pt)dil<<r.|w, '   lajullli'il Si,iwduM HIiiii  * f/i nilli)ll.:M!irl,'iii Jinc.k ��� llrlillo Trull  REGI5TIEREP ��|OOP STOCK FOR 5A|E     ,  R.R, 2, GIU.i.ii, |1,C. Pliona 006.77��9  i  lll.ii   iiii'i .i   ,111.11 |lLiMji,.iij,iyii��iyl,.i'a.��.lli>'iiiiii.ii|��|l.��.|iMi  ApTPN ELECTRIC LTP.  Uehldoniiol - IniJuntrM nnd M'ulp" Wlilmi  ' i-lix-liic Hool - llnu Work  '    ; '       PjJono 886*7244;   ���~ "BILL^cPHiEPRAF1" -   ELECTRICAL^ CONTRACTOR  .,   - i   ' - ���   ���  Free ftstlrpqtes  Phono 'bBMATJ. r Pibfohs, [tilt  JIM McKENZIE,  KfiCIKICAL CONTRACTOR  Rt!f>|i|��n��(n| Wiflnfj nnd Mnjnr  'Appllnnf:o iippqUt.  PHONE 885-9?7��  Bok $f*7, Socholt, B,C,  JANITOR SERVICE  yii iiHi��.|H|i a  ���Welcanio lo Tlio Tloorslilno Cocibl  HOVYE SOUNP  JANITOR SERVICE  S|Jur.Ui||kU lo Cliiuiilnu - I'lnoi Wuwlog  Spiuy Hulling . W/nduw Quuninu  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 8867131 - Gil>t*on��, B.C,  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  866-2248  aanirtumiiniiiniiniiwiiiiBwan lyinaimiMmmi .1) i imm  PH OTOGRAPHERS  PENINSULA PHOT9GRA^HERS  ' A Ci)ii)|il��iA Photojiii-i|)liic S��rv|cu  WIDPINGS - POirJHAITS - PASSPORTS,  COMMEUCIAL ,  C, AR'ERNETHY  Gibioni, ��.C, - Phono 006-7374  or 806-721S   - ���'  ,1. ���  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS ..,  & ACCESSARIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats neW and  Used^ . . . Large & Small  885-9832 Seche1!  ;J  ' -         " ' Ji,1'  SURVEYORS  ROY & WApENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building ,- Porpoise Boy  Sechelt,; B.C.  885-2332 or ZEhifh 6430  I���'��� |-*- 'I,    -'*-!--���-���-     I-,. --HI   !   ...'I r -      I       H-NN-.M    I. ���   II    ���    .   I   I..IIM     '  TAXI  "���     \ '   .",  HARBOUR TA^I LTP.  HarboMr Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service,  Garden/Bay Rd,, Pender Harbour"' B.C.  T<jI: 883-2414  TIRES  PMJftflBJNG   "T ~ jprfNsoN7s :"   OMiLPINQ MAINTENANCB  SooclullKliK* (HI ������  pujicr hanplnff. Inl^ilor i% Uluilor diMoratlna,  PiiQ Cluuiilnu, All ly*)''* ol liiilldlnu  "   *     ^lijfnicMonrcT'rTwrtniftofl.'jiion.  - . W'ndJvv Chanlnp.    ,  PIIQNfc OOS 9716 AfTIR i% P.M.  flon 642 - Sechell, M.C  Uhl}   HlOSlJ   f.p<KOS   lo  renrlvnMOily 1.0,000 people  ��� ovpry "weekI  I , iw TIMfcS - r-bon# JJ85-96M  s^ASipr p^uMbing  Gihsons  PIuiiiIjIi).-/ - I'IihjIIIIIiki - SloomllllliMj  I Im Wolor llwiHiif) - Pl|��u l.oiifilnu        ,  FRh'E |;STIMATHS ��,    f  Phono 886^7017 oi 886^48  RENTALS^ 7...^.*,.: ,....: : _  1      '�� "RENT IT AT"  TMfi RENTAL SHOlP  ,i        ot bqvl} Boy  '..'W�� P<!i)| or Soil Almom |:vcrylhlnij"  ,*'--'**TypnwT|iors,��;l..'ltthtini)*PlniJii!-���7,61ovitloiift '  Kolu iillHrii ��� t'i.'nii.*iii Ml*<��*rsj-1 ownil'ola'ls  ���MeTliorilc'fi Trwl*  pjlONE 885.2840 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  *11uni ^0*n'^mmm\it00000ttmmm00m0mi00m00tit��i��<i mw*0i>i *��*0***m0r00mm,m0>iL0mr0m,,i,000<vm.it\,mi\im,'.m-ni^  ��� ffi^MM^ANTS---"������**7r~T"~  EAaRLS COVE RESTAURANT  Ppcn 9 **,!,.> to H��o |oit (Ferry  UoniOa Cooked Cqnqilinij nnd  lv|**Vopenr) Plbhes,  JOK.AND MARIY l-UASCR   *  Toll 0Ba-��747  COASTAL TIRES  Smnldne Coa.t Hlsli>vaiy  Pox 13, Gibtont, P.C. -Phono 886-2700  SALES' AND SERVICE ,  All -Brands AvoIIqIjIo.  Monday to Saturday 8;30 a.ni, lo 5:30 p.mt  r Friday evcqlno l>y appointment only,  TOWING  Scowl. ��� llogf  SECHELT TPWINP 6i SALVAGE  .. l��    '������ ,.,'     LTD,  lluovy l:-|iilpnionr,M'l'i'v|r-i) "f. |.ofj Towlno  -      I-. HIGGS  ������-���-������'-"- -p|1one..-fl8*)^9425~-!'-~"*"-  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  HouMiliold Movlno, PqcKln^a SlQiapo  ���   ��� Pacldiifl Molcii'lojo ppr Solo  Muml-ai nt AHlud Van Mncfy'  Cpriadq'^j No, I M��V��f�� ,. ���  PIpo^o 006-2664, R,11. 1, Gibson*, B.C,  ^   HANSEN'S TRANSFER VTP-   T-  WAR|:HOUS(:$  Gibsons 884-2172  'DAILY SliUVICT* FROM VANCOUVER  Sfcl'YIW THE SECMKLT PENINSULA  piiinl|i)i,o|to onywlioiti In Canada.  '-6tfnerdl~PftiJfihr;'"'taW'M*w^^  .',, .., ���...,--.. ,.��� ; ���   UfMo^sppty  BELAIR CUSTOM URHPWTERY  - ���--*~-ANP"pRAPE^^S:'~^ "s"---'  ���Rcwplinlr.tcr)no--''**-Ref.'^linn"'-''ComplftW"Prd|Scry''  i>��iy|co ��� Sani|'i|o�� lalioyvn In ilm homo  Phono 886*2050 after 6 p.m.  or BB6-2873   ',  ���THIS SUMMER  B$ WATER WI5B    :  \  I,  frt '  !**  is'l  A  \1i  u  J  41  n  (I  '"-I  An  .-.��*  i  ,i  '?h  �� i V  1     >,    {-1  - J  ���f.  1       '  i!f  "     00*  0  ?0  .1  al  *tr  ���?'  p    *  1  *   %*���  ������-;���  !���    \\  .1  II f  I fJ  '       a'  ** l��  ���'rl  V  {' :}     I  *    * i    y  .   -l-.l  ��    ;    i  r   -  .' !\!  ' K :)  -1?"^"  \m  ���   ., j i t i  ^Ja>     ^HyHjp^.tafc **���   **-������*      *- W   00*-   *#���   *��f    *   **    ��*   VW.***. 000**0*  �����*���>���(*<��*     ��    ritl   dh   A   *�����    a*��   #fc JP*. iWj #1. ^*^<* *   ll     <I+W    <ll       "a,    �����.    w    l*    ������     ��    /   I i       e,     #,i* JP.�� r*.~       ,��        .    -+        * r     I     ��! I   * *,       0 I *        *       1 <*,  XAJ, *S '^Jt^^^^i**'**!'**^  ftfY^swCSSSa"^^-    "hT-"���- '1,i7.���:*-.-tt.i'"���-''-/ *-*"(> *-A-~,**^r.*r***0*0^st^i**v1>i*it*- a^^-^.-^-^j^-v^J&^.-^a^'iL^-'^-^-iriS  ���wspt^g.*^^^^*^^ ww pwmwin wjMi^f^wtfw^fft^^'i'ii^^-ai'fg'wfW*'*'  ��  *    -��� r.-����        0,      0*    0. J     A t. wr*****0'"t"-^^  -v-��N*"�����" .*.*.".��� *> ��a> v-*v"  ,^'P  1  i i  -i t  'i  Page A-4    Peninsula Times, Wednesday, August 25,1971  jMWflW*Wq*-*��WIIW^Wtl*l<^^  I    m    n I ��-r Set*e,t " pl,��ne WS-9654  I    ThePeNINStJI^/*#��*.  Classified  FOR RENT (Continued) FOR RENT (Continued)      . BOATS & ENGINES  l^My'MIWI'W'IMI'WWIW'H'MW'll'W'W'W''^^  Published "Wednssd&ys by  Powell- Rivqr News Town Crier  Sechelt Times l_tcL  .,     at Sechelt, B.C.  Established ,1963  \  Member, Audit Bursas  of Circulationi  'March 31;  197,l  Gross Circulation 2884'  paid Circulation 2396  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  WE OFFER a complete, tree  service to the entire Sm\-  shine Coast. Ouv work is- insured and expertly performed. 'Phone for *f*ree estimates.  Peerless Tree Services, Phone  88572109.-  ��� 6258^*n  ONE bedroom cottage, Wilson Creek, stove, fridge,  w/w. Prefer older cpnple, no  children, good, lease available;  $'00 month. Apply corner*  Field "Road Highway' 101, -  7073739  2 BEDROQOM house, qibsons  Village,-$10Q per month. Q86-  ,.7353. 7055-41  NEW  2  bedroom  waterfront  executive home. Unfurnish-  ���ed.   Roberts   Creek.   Ph,   880-  7l00. , .    7090-39  WANTED  As filed with the Audit- Bureau  of Circulation, Subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Una Ad-Briefs (12 words)  NEW   Ol*   liKftrl   Pntfprg    i,vhf-f  ask for Barry Kassen at 885-  2257,  7975-39  help Wanted  One  Insertion  Three Insertions  Extrq Ijne-g (4 words)  .$1.00  -$2.0Q  ���20c  (This rote does not apply to  comrnferciat Ad-briets)  JOELY   Roger   Inn  Chambermaids and  Ph. 885-9998   requires  waiters.  .7070-39  i  i  *���  Bo* Numbers ^_f^rr^_ 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  .   for Ad-Briefs not paid by  .    publication date.  Legal or  Reader  advertising  35c  per count line.  Subscription Rates���  By Moil:    �� '  Local Area  *���.���$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area -$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. ���-. $900 yr.  LOST  Overseas  Special Gi'ixens,  Local  Area   ���  Canada      By Carrier     .$10.00   yr.  .$3.50  $4.00  LOST  August   17,  Roberts  Creek' Park picnic grounds,  Dutch oven,'Pli. 885-9360.  7047-39  WHITE & blue dinghy ''Ibis'".,  Jost Aug.  21  between Half-T  moon   Bay   and   Secret   Cove,  Write   Temple,  3775   Yale  St.  Burnaby,   B.C.    Ph.    885-9479,  7089-39  -60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times: Permission to reproduce wholly or Jn part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  Jrxj>rfu^ng--ff��m-tbe-publ'she  MOBILE HOMES  unauthorized, reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse    in     law.  ft,,',. . ., 1,   ' , ., - ��� 1   "  ���������I)..  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   .   is   pleased   to  sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  ������ ���������*������-��� parents. ���-���-������--������ -���   ���  OBITUARY  -4-  ANDERSON^-On August 21st,  Edwin Anderson of Qambier  Island-, B.C. Survived by one  sister, Mrs. Hilda Josephson  of Surrey and several nieces  and nephews. Private funeral  Held*  60'xl2' HOUSE * trailer, Canadian made. Low down  payme.nt and take over the.remaining payments. Ph. 885-  9516. - .7032-41  DOUBLE wide���reduced for  ���saier--Demonstration model.  Must see to appreciate. Quality  built, many features not found  in others. May be financed. To  view, phone 885-2153 after 6  p.m. 7085-39  MOBILE Home, 12x65. 2 bedrooms, complete with skirting and aluminum awning.  Only 2 years old. Phone 886-  718*L-.  7066-tfn  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  .   ,��    ,. f   _       ��� ��� _, . : , : r.  WANTED   ���   used   trailer   8  x   30ft.   approximately.   Ph.  883-2513. 7002-40  WANTED TO RENT  '!  service    was   neict   from "THer  "Family Chapel of the Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons,  Cremation.       .   "'"*" *    '7087-39  CARD OF THANKS  ���      r, ��          WE would like to express our  sincere thanks to Bill' Malyea  and all the friends of the late  Roy Malyea for the help and  synipatlvl extended to us in '  tour''-bereavement.  PAT & JANET MALYEA  '������ 7 7040-39 '/  1 WISH. In I hank my friends  and neighbors) for their kind  thought of .it-c! during.my .stay  lit St. Mary's Hospital. For  their visits,.gifts, curd*- and for  conmjiserating with me in my  rhino.*-/, A special thanks lo tlio'  doctors and miming stuff,  Thank you, Sophia Veiile,  , ��� 70.111-30  PERSONAL  AlaCOHO^ICS Anonymous, ���  MeeatljiKK M:M() pun,, 'Thin-ii-  duyn, Wllwm Civok Cdinrtinn-  liy Hull, Ph. HHii-OU**?, llllll-  "343. "     4<I7I)-Ifn  WJBli   lo coiiincl   hut lor' Day  ���   ,;SiiIiiIm inomhci'H. J'linno 11115-  a 17ft or fllMI-aiHd, 117(1(1-1 fn  2 OR 3 bedroom house on or  . before Sept. 7th. Sechelt or  Selma Park area. Ph. 8867  5760 or wi;ite 4283 Westview  Ave.,  Powell River.      6943-39  RELIABLE      young      couple  wants 2 - 3 bedroom house,  Sechelt area. Starting October  1st.  Ph.  4115-2024. 7003-39 .  C.B.C.���Wanted to rent for  I3eaclieombers series being  filmed at, Gibsons, on' a daily  rental basis. ��� One early 1930  automobile sedan style, in  running order and in good  condition, Ono 'Basset or  iWiinrl type friendly dog,  Con I act M, Boll en, ,J, Hogerit,  or leave messsiigo between 9  and li p,m, at 1180-7117.  '   7080-30  PENDER HARBOUR  New 2 Bedroom, 864 sq. ft. fully furnished model home'. With  electric   heat,   insulated,   stone   fireplace,   wall   to   wall'vcarpet  throughout. On choice view lot overlooking Pender Harbour and;  only 200 ft. frpm the'wdterfrpnt. Full price ,$31,900 with $5,0*00  down. Or can be purchased unfurnished for $28,500.  GARDEN BAY ROAD-  -��>���**���  **r*t\  vfi*  "I  A* . ���*  JOL.  \U  One bedroom home with( large garage on  approx.  Full price $6,000 with $3,000 down.  >2  acre  lot.  WATERFRONT LOTS  In Pender Harbour, with water and hydro.  80 ft,  122 ft.  -$10,0,00  -$.16,003*,-  135 ft.���$15,000  70 ft.���$14,000  19 FT.  CABIN cruiser, head,  sink, bunks. 50 hp Meroury,  like new. Trailer, $1,050, Ph,  885-9606. 6303-tfn  FOR SALEj7-7Fast 27 ft cabin  cruiser*' 'Branidlnwr v de-.  sign, built, "ipei, mahogany  "lapstrake htill; ejc. cond,  275 h.p. Chrysler Marine re--  built 1070; bead, galley, ice,  box, sounder etA Phone 886-  7268. -    ;.     "     s0t3-tfn  18FT. semi ca-biiv, .35 h.p.  jirJm**oiv"TOTvtTOlsnrrtd~tT^leT,  $400. Ph. 886-3704. 7015-40''  ti��--H.P. ' Chrysler    outboard  motor.   Need's   some   work,  Offers. Ph. 885-0440       7ri3*j-3ft  11'   PLYWOOD   car-top boatj  new condition. $75.  883-2407.  7006-38  20 PT. PLYWOOD~ cabinboat  with   Jeep   motor- for   sale.  Will consider  offers  for   boat  with motor or either, separate-  REAL ESTATE (Contr.)  SECLUDED but accessible by  good lane,  ItiO aores beautiful    well    elevated    undeveloped property, year round  creek, some ocean view, near  'Secrei'    Cove,    $60,000;    Will-  v .accept some terms, Bq-< 310  Peninsiila Times, Sechelt.  6081-Kn'   ;    ;-fr   ,.-'.,.' . ���        ���:.....,.       ���   . -r**~���~-�����-���-  ^OBEaTS CREEK area f-  Potential value - $30,000,  contractors etc. Finished to\  ���suit, $18,900, terms-Open to  cash offer. Taxes $1.00. Land-  scaped acre and stream, children's play-houses, p&viltVy  Jioiises an"d wired pens, cozy"  small insulated house and  veranda or with foundation for  additional Jafd. rumber etc.  included. Franklin fireplace,.  hew * cabinet, kitchen ��� with  double sink and water heater,  furniture etc. included. Utilities in. Close to store, schools  etc. 5 minutes ,to beach and  park. 886-7285. *    7025-39  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  WATCH rthe boats drift by  beautiful Gibsons waterfront home on the bluff, 3-  yearold 1,700 sq; It. spacious  3 bedroom post, and peam  home, one half" coloured batV  wa.ll to wall throughout; built  in dishwasher, walnut cabinet, raised inearth and. .massive stone fireplace, enlarged  sundeck, peautifully landscaped without removing- the  wonderful setting of trees.  View the. water from every  j-oqm iri house, Py owners.  'Phone 88fl-7d8fr or wrfte~"b6x  584,  Gibsons B.C.        685(f-tfn  ������;.��� PROPERTIES '  -RENDER HARBOUR AREA^  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  ELEVATEP   undeveloped    10 -  acres within Village of Sechelt, residential Ideation.  $ J 6,000 cash. Box 6499, c/o  Peninsula' Times, Box 310,  Sechelt,       ' -  ,,        6409-trii  SHELTEFtED waterfront, Pen7-  ,der rlarbou*', 7Q0 ft. soutli-  ern exposure, ten acres with  2 bdrm house.. AU facilities.  Ph. 885-0565. Write Bq^L A74S��..  c-o Peninsula Times, Box 1310,  Sechelt, B.C. 6749-tfn  MqcGREGOR PACIFIC   "-  REALTY LTD,  Box 799, Qibsons, B.C.  Van Direct:  685-3133  Call Jock or Evans Hermon,  Madeira Park, B.C.,.  'Tel. 883-2745 '" ���  .- . 1.  dHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  ���6966-tfn  Ph.   886-9306.  7051-41  IB"  PLANK  huJJ  with  9 h.p.  Briggs.. B, licence. Ph.  883-  2585.   -   ���   ..       . ��� 7049-39-=  30' ROUND bottom yellow cedar   hull   new   grey-marine  motor,., large   hous&���work   or  house     boat.     Ph.:f�����85=2083,.  $800.  Porpoise  Bay.      7082-39  16    FT.    Glasspar,    fiberglass  hull   with  cabin,   no  motor, ������  $800.  Smitty's  Marina.  Phone  ���886-7711. 7056-Ifn  CARS & TRUCKS  1961 PONTIAC \T8 auto. $35o!  phone  883-2513. 6817-tfn  '56 DODGE 318'V8 automatic  - trans. Good tires. Phone 883-  2734 6947-39  WATERFRONT--New 3 bedroom Panabode home on a  large waterfront lot ori Frenchman's Cove. Float and protected moorage, for, $19,900. Also  extra lot irxi $7,200.  WOULD YOU BELIEVE���A  well built 3 bedroom acottage  with an excellent view 300'  from beacji, on soon to be  black-topped road. At Halfmoon Bay for under $10,000  with terms.  PENDER HAItBOUR,���2 bed-*  room on la acre on Highway  101. Only $14,1500. Terms.  LOG CABIN���In the heart oj.  . Sechelt on 1 acre with fully  modern extension, plus guest  cabin. $17,5.00.  SEMI WATERFRONT���Lots at  Secret Cove from $2,000 on  good  water system.  INVESTORS! DEVEEOPERST  ���37 choice Pender Harbour  acres with 1800 waterfrontage,  2700 ' highway frontage-plus a  brand'new 2 bdrm. home. Property low priced and inside tlie  harbour.  HALFMOON BAY���3 semi  waterfront view lot on Redrooffs Rd. ^ne *has lovely 2  bdrm cottage plus guest facilities. Others are large, wooded  and private. Steps to safe  sandy beach and launching  ramp. 7Ms per cent financing!!  Other. Pender Harbour properties from $3,500.  BARGAIN in BARGAIN Harbour. 320 sq. ft. Cabana fully  furnished. On large semi-waterfront view lot with close  access to safe beach and free  moorage. Full price "$-8,|p07  Jock  Herman   883-2745..  1959*  CHEV.    Pick-dp,   mech-~  anically good. 883-2.535.  6959-40  '59 VOLKS, 53,000 miles. Very  clean. Needs some mechanical work, $295. Ph. 885-9427.  7053-39*  1954   PICK-UP  H85-9550  for  sale.   Ph.  7062-39  1963    AUSTIN    Sedan,    good  condition. Ph. 886-2069.  7065-41  EGMONT MARINA AND RESORT  This busy and profitable resort is offered for the, fjrst time. Has-  11 .motel unites (!,' 2 and 3. bedrooms), lodge with 8 sleeping  rooms, owner's 3 bedroom home, restaurant, store, bait sales,  Standard marine station. Approx: 400 ft. of floats, 8 good rental  boots   wJtti_��jdntude motors,���launching���rompj���camper-spaeer-  CHARTERS  .HAILING CI I ARTE 1^17 ft,  Trimaran available for day  .cliai'ler. Siilllng-Sport llshing*-  .JSkl.n Diving,: For Information  plmiii! Illlft-mil'l early nviMirigs  or wi'lle, Cluu'loi'lng, II, J,  Auimjv  li.II. "ll���  ^iicholl,   H.C.  70114-41  . *  FOR RENT  HALL lor run!,, WHijOn Creole  Commiuilly ,",Wi��ll.    Conliict  MrA,' -Dlniii)   Andiiirion,   1185-  '13115,     ��� ���       11455-1 fn  MA l>F.I H A " I 'Ait K rilVii, Fill'-  nlMhi'd lliiiin fnr wliiinr 1011-  lul:i lu ai-i'lliihlii udjiltM wilh  1'nl'iii-iiiii'iiH, Wrllo imx (1JIH7  r/n' I'liuliitiulii Tlinim, Mi 1 k 310  HiiVIhiII.'H.C, 'IIIM>7-:ill  2 HDI1M, wiiliti'lioiil ' li'iimii,  , VVimla Hiiitlmlii Hnlll Ui ��|-i  ii-.'lrli'   Hliivn,   Hinull   iDiiiii   In   "J "     fiii'ininnnl,   A/ull     I 111* 11 u 1111,  ,|:ILRE���N.OWl ^--rt-^--���.AviillMhlu-Hopirihi|ir>r.iiit��n-r����--  KOH.'I'IANO.'Iohhohh In-your,  I1011K!,  Wrllo: .1, .1,  Franky,  25JII Cli'iivoluy aSI, Viiiii'iiiivoi* II,  B,C, 70!III-'I2  FULLER BRUSH CO,  LTD.  Service and E^nploymqnl  3676 Marino Ava,  Powoll Rlvor, P.C.  VOfill-'la,  All on 660 iff. of choice waterfront with lots of room for expansion.  An excellent opportunity far capital appreciation here. Full price  $210,000  with  $80,000 down,  To-view  by appointment only.  IN LEE'S BAY  One third of Fisher Island���350 ft. waterfront���sheltered moorage.  SILVER SANDS  2 bedroom  view home on approx,   I   acre,  Full  price  $12,000.  Quick possession.  * GARDEN BAY     "  2.bedroom older home on approx. 90 ft; choice waterfront. Good  ., value at $20,750 full price, .\yith only $.4,150;dpwn,  "DOWNTOWNvMADEinA PARK"  100 ft, commercial frontage on Madeira Park road across Irom  Pender Harbour store. Property runs 440 deep with 100 ft. mi  Hwy, "101  and also'has a 2 bedroom home. Full price' $27,500  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots'available,        * '  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 bedroom homo overlooking famous Leo's Bay, Fully furnlshod,  Including  self,, cleaning  electric   rpngo,   largo ifreozoi,   washer,  dryer,-frig., ale, Ovei*  I acre of privacy-on litis landscaped lot.  Purchaser con have quick occupancy,  .'���..   ', .' ...���.!"'.,, ....*~~CANOE.PASS|   a',,'       . ........  .....  Approx. 800 ll, wnlorJrpnl in 4 surveyed lolb, 3 on Ponrlnr llina<  hour skin, nnd  I  Inrga lot on Un'raoln liarliour sldo, Looso Iciml  with 27 year Iocisq. Excollont, potential  for' commort|o| develop-  . monl, Price���41 J,000. /  .xV,2  1963, 4x4 JpiEP LWB half-cab,  ex.  cond.  2nd owner, $1,000.  -After  6  p.m.   Phone  886-9506.  7058-39  REAL ESTATE  MADEIRA PARK  lumu un ii|.|*m>0 2 park llko ncrns, with 0 mn-jnillcunl v|iJW ,,  I'endor llnrlmur, $40,000 with loriin.,  Appiox,  lil nr.  :>>-,  RClBY LAKE. MOTEL-  ncrii-i <il loknlrnnl  proparly on  Hwy,   101," II '���||  , l-INNISli SAUNA HATH  I'oMlui lieully wuy uf iiliuui-)-.  I11H und Inliil inliixiiliiii), Coiiia.  plainly lnnlnllnd In your Iiniini, ,  Ph, -iillMilili) nr wil'UiMI, LniiK  '���<inrnu*t<>r llll ** Pnwi'dl lllvur,  Ii.C, ' ,   1 70114.4**  ���..,.,.L. ������ '     M���  , , 11.11   1     ��� ,,,      1 ���,.|  ,.���     ,11. .������:...  WORK^WANTED    ...  () UN A MJONTAlT win 11 nil i IVi 111  rnlllniJH. Kr��o (liilliniiiiui, llllll-  7020, 1111(1-7056, lllioa-lfli  KXIMlidKNCKn "   hoolahH'-H-r,  iitH'ri'lury,  imyrolJ i;lni'l()( no  cru'iiinhriiiici;*!, own Iriuitlporl-  iiliuii     (U'idi'��'M     iiuMllJiinJ   any  ,'r'in|ii'-fr*l*)irH��ll|-5*-��0'"l--^7l>i,IO'!H'"  ROBERTS CRCGK  DRYWALL     I      *  Tupiuij   und   l''illlnn   hy   IihikI  and iiint'liliH', H>priiy 'IVx H)iiu-  J<lo  (-'ellln/JH.       i  Phono 886-7)93  Roberts Creok;  i|iili(i(l.    lln nl'    $110   inoillli.  Wrllo Mux 7041,.�����/������ I��<��ii|iimiln  TI1111111,  I'iik .'IIO, Hmilioll,  H.C,  '     7ll'll-:ill  jj i il'll) HOOM ] ioi i in," wu 101' (mi 1 i.  ' (llliiKinii, Tn .hum IIIII li, :|iir.'!  niiiiilli, Willi' Dux 70!i'l i'linln-  muIm 'J'Iiixih, Hnx III (I, Hih'IhiII,1  ;     70.7WM-n��-  l*'lll(NI.1lll*'J) wnliirfroiil Diihlii  by wiW' ui' liloillll i|l MiidoU,  ni I'nrlt, Ph, ilii;i.''il'i;i,   ������    '''  7011 LII  KUHNlHIII'ai) a i;m! WliK'I'fl'Ooia  <'Ollii|(ii   lii   I'lili'ililn   ihIuIIh,  luifci'i'iii'i!   |)li!iiM(,i,  I'liniio  HlJn  uri'i-i, ,,       7iniii.'3i��  B.CJ    .  wmtn  [JJ  :i IU'*I)Jkh'M luuiii', iiupMim  JalllldillU    lllllll    Hl'Jlt,    Jul    lo  .inn.' ;io, I'll, uiiii-viioi), >  !      , 7iiii<i-:iii  ilKDIIOOKHjiiiid;; liihthl. mn.  drill Iii'iin' un lii'iiiilllnl iu'iu  of h^cli prnpnriy. 3 lvflruunni,  Iiiwiih nnd /jiu'diin willi wuodit  ftuiiiiiiiidlii/i, for' prlviu'y, .filftO  n month, OnII .luck Worn, WJIV  ���J23I1I   or  IIIUI.ailBI   (iviim,  j   '    ;   79B3.3**  :|rlr. iHiunokuui'iJnfl unl I*, 2 iilnuplno iinlin, ofllco with ninrinflur'n  llvlnp qunilor!., kiroo vvoll hnlll rualnufonl, owrior'a 4 .bedroom  h'ri'mti,' 2'umnllur homos, 10 ncru cnrnplria nnd lrn||or nr<in, Appiox,  4,00(1 ll, wniiirfioul on Miinll Inko, opfox, rtOO ll, wri|(i||ronl  on I'uliy, l,nkn wllli 2 llonts./ 2 ��� hrinls nnd concrulo Iruiiir.hiiuj '  romp, |.olr�� o| po6(,lhl||||iiu Imrw Full lirlco f. 150.000, will)  *j.ti0,00a down uj-. rnolol con Im purchriaud soparatoly (or  , ,    ���  ^y   y'msirin,      __  FRAiciri'nNrNSULA' ."     j ���"'  3 hmlrunm |irirllolly llnlfihod hnino on noriily 2 ucinii, I). Io,'!i00'  cnuli,  ,���.,._���.,.J-._.-��,.....llMADEiRA-T'AR|C.-^  4 ImiiIihoiii  Ihhiiii wllli ?  full bnlliiiHim!.,  ?,  flinplociin',  linyiil lul.  uy��r I ocrii In t,|/n, Cluao lo i.(;liuo| und bloroi,, |'ul|.pr|cu 440,000  Will) li I ��>(000 r|nwn.  (   ' EARL COVE   ,  A fuw lolh Mill rmillrihlti on lliln 30 lot iiiil)ilivl;.|iiiii I'rk.iid! (iiinii  W.oqo,' , / ���   "  MADEIRA 'pARlJ  Clw|<.<J vlnw lul 1. on 64 lot umbdlvlhlon. Prlcfcu from  $3,500 10  1'/),0()0, fioirm r.l'ior��d fuoily for liulldlno.  SECRET HAY, EGMONT  Wiilnra IfiKl nni'l ijin. i.lnlIon'on 3 wnlinlronl loin, Approx,'2Mi  rinroi, o| tho I111M r.omniiirnlnl cnmip propmiv In lifjinonl, i)iI)ii|iiIiiu  fiovr, whorl, 3 lieidronm nwhof's Immo Willi lully' JurnMH iMymiiin  taiilln on loyyur |nvn| nivl PoM Olflro bulMlllu On pioputly, Con bn  1   I       ' piiir.liriMid In Kupornl'i pntca\n,  '"     '   '       "smallDrive-in'   I!l9litn|jlu.|jii!,iii��ii,i.,.uiiil.uiilv.tlint.lii Mn.Uiiro I'mk/ )int nl^ihvy,*"  101, lull pili 11 only '|,fl,!il)0 rni,It Im bl<ii;!<.,!i,<|ni|,-iii.iiii nnd |ii|,,|.  1 n��|!��ii( Ouitk'pos.i.ot.Uon.  ' Mony nllirir vlnw rind wnlnrfmnl |oU In ll|n Pnnd'ir l|niliiii�� nnm,.'  |CS|LA\(i)| a\Y:-*i  mmMWiW***^-^- .^"^0.im0��m��000m^0^,m.,^m.m0m   i, 0m tll1**-ilUi1H0,tJh\  REALTY LTD,  MqrlQlfQ Park, U.C  Phono Pondor Harbour 603-*2233  1  K. SUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000 .  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Approx. 1 acre with 103' front,  oil blacktop. Close lo .shoppints,  P.O.,  iind    bus    passes -door-,- '  Water,  Hydro  and  phono  av-'  ailahlu. Priced to sell at $5,000,  Terms   to.o,  ^-ttnicfivo 2 ��� level, 3 hdi'in.  home on view lot eluse lo  bench and park, Mudui'n styling  foalures "Lf" shaped kilchen,.  dlnlnti room, l-yo. llvihy room  with fireplace, 2 hdrnis^tip and  finiashed rue, room and I hdrni,  down, 'workshop In Vii bsmt,  Attraelive terms on $30,000..  Prime wnlorfronl local ion will)  lovely poiniunent (l-ioom homo.  JJrllilil, Iiv, rum. feiiliii'Ds link  flourri aiul '{olihni ash piuiel-  llnii. AdJotnliiH clio. ' rm. lum  built-in china cab, wilh linen  and cullory dniwurs, Cumpuel.  kllehon, nil fuoliiK W/E wllli a  view uf wuler und Hiii'rniiiidlii-*-  Isliu.ds, Allai'lied cut port.  Pi'iinndH -nicely '��� ��� lundiioaped,  1 Priced helovy murktil'' value nl,  $34,000 on UirniH,  Nlu" lovely acres lu uxeullonl  'jneiillnn. Srimn Hwy fronlnf{o  null ruud allovviincu hull), sldeii  iniiloiH lliis iilniil S/l) piiiperly.  Easy Ini'inn on $ 14,000,"  Dellulilful rellrenienl homo on  level .v|lla/(u lul, Hluii'l. walk lo  Hliops, I'.O, luul liitncli, '.( |ied-  roiiui,, iillrni'llvn IIvIiik I'uoiii  ,w|lli Ili'tljilJife.'DliilntJ riioiii lu  Coloiilnl (l<n'oi' iipiiiin  In miiii-  - riopir-iiini. iiiidiiiir'KiiWffii'iiiiC  Ciiiivei)|liinl nil iiluclrle Itllehen.  Viinlly Imiii. < 1'lm'iy lurmti' on  $1(1,1100. , ,\  M'ldurn nuu'lj idyle  |(ivn| intra |e��n lliap  seliuol ule,  !l  liively  riioiiiu, iipiicliiiiii llv, riioin  ban  I'linplni'" ' npd   W/W    eni,piil,  ��� Cornbluallon din. rni. tmrt' HU*  ,   ciiuli fiiiilui'im coiinlilrliip riui'iu  imhI vyiill oven', HrlnJil ul|l|ly,  Alliuihed |!iirpur|. wllli nhtrnun  In end, A renl fiiiiilly liliiiidfni'  only $20,000,  On % of lhn rinuHl' view IoIm  In nnui.'Qn'/.y II I'iioiii rolln/te,  full Imlli, <' Only $11,11(11) lull  pj-if.ii, ' ,  "".tlptuif "II in'ti 1*1 e I' I liiTlTi ti? il 111 l n i ei I  iiii M  level a  loin,  euiivi'iilenlly ,  . Iui'j*4od, Tlui iikIiii liu'ito Iiv,  rm, hnn ImhiIIIiiIiii* Jlrnplni'ii,  HU-p mil lu iivii|'ftl/n ilitrh iind  ...'I'nJiiy.lliu.iirlvucy (il'-Uiu Juvtdy  I'linlnii, Cunvnnleiil din. rooin  ���"Off Ijf'ir* riili;k)l(!l)eii, Taowiir  leVnJ   fniiliireit   i.'omplepid   reit,  , room, fiiiiiiu'ii loom imd exlrn  In run, ;��ioi'H|pi    nrnn,  Dple,  plumb, nl limbed enrporl, Ternm  on $33,000,  ,    ' V071-3O  home on  I mile lu  l|(u. liml-  SUNCOAST  ESTATES, LTD.  See Len or Susanne  Van Egmond at  Halfmoon Bay  B85:i)813.   Vancouver  433-0546.  7068-30   : :���**i , *\  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box  2,38,   Gibsons,  B.C.  GIB.SON'S HOMES:- As new  3 bed. home, full basement,  beautifully finished. On the  flat, and close lo all services.  Owner must sell so don't hesi-  tate witli your offer:   As new���You must see this ,  home to appreciate it. Built on *  a corner lot, semi-waterfront,  just a stones throw from a  lovely heach witli a million-  dollar view. Ask for particulars.  If it's an older home Hint  .you want look no further. This  one is on a nice viow lol, lias  elee. heat and a large rumpus  room ii.ii the hasement, Asking  price just $13,000,  UOPKINS-HOMES���Very attractive two-lied, home snuggled into Ihe hillside on u nice- ���  ly lanrlscaped lol. and, has a  view tiial is uniieatahle. Owner  must move so has slashed his  price drasUt'ally. Tnko advantage of th is, ' ,  SO A MISS PO I N/l'-l I O M E S���  ��� Hero Is a smaller family  home lliHI J am sure you can  handle. Inside Jusl re-finlshed  will) nlli'iu-tlvo wdll piuiollngH  imd located jusl Iwo1. j u in p n  from ii Hood" mife hnncli,  HOHI'IMT'H Cli'MItlk-Ld'TS������.  Now Miil>divl��iun--|''iilly ner-  vlciiil���-Jaiii'ijo lols, Only $4,00(1  iilll.'ll, ' '  SELiYlA PAUKi Thrun h,i',  huiiKO on illghwiiy I0lv Level, "lenctid kit, ({ond view,  L|irg(i l.r,, iiimii klli'hen> nnd  illnliig ni'ini, Oil Inml Go nil  viihiii nl $10,001) with $4,001)  down, Hnl, ul 11%, Kor liiumi-  i ilinpi snlo  ns  owner  Iiiih, luff  "' ni'ini,'      '   ,   '  IIOJllilllTH CHEEK:- l,iir*i��i Im ���  , (7f)��*.'n0) fronlnge uu Lpwor  UnlierlH Cm-ik Itond, pifcliiilly  cliwiroil, neiul-vlow properly, mi  iixcullitiil (iiuldlnit ijlln, Moilui'-  nlnly pi'lceil  nl  $3,n00,   '���   '  (lAHDJilN HAV-- I' I'l N I) Ell  .IIAHHOIIIl- Three h,l',,n<!U)L  VVitliVj fi>>li(" view' lioiim, Ja'iiiu*  yen, nlij, Liai, fii'lghl l,i": (1(1011  I'lruplilrt), fully liimiliilnd, Hell'  I'linl'illiod Imiul. iiiilln. A well  Iiulil liuiiM't on Inrgn |ol, wlllifn  '-'liii,/ wiilklnii iljiiliiiicii of nil ,  loi'iil Ini'lllllitH, A/O linnl, A/1"  hoi wnler, E.P, i'lil.ooi), will)  $12,01111 down. Hn -nl 0%.   ���  JIOJWHTiT    Cf(J';i*;jC;-   Huii-hi  wilh onn iixlru 'l/(n, )i,v, pn-   -  i|iili-i.'ii liuiiin I'IiiIiiIiIiik, Imi   in  nnllrnly llveiililn iin Is, Owner  iici'iiplnd,,, WeMi iiimilnlml, ',','MV,  wlriiin, I'liipluiii lienlei'ii, iilovti,  frill,, mid iiiomI of liirnlliiro i;o  with   lioiifin,   l.iii'/jo *|nvn|   lul.  w/HO  fi,  fiiiniii|t��i, op  wnlur  Hue,  J',|��, $i;illll|ll, Offern mid  .  JtJiinii.j'or,(tiilukjiiiI(i...C"jiiMu io-  lieiu'liun, ,       ,   ,-  CALL: Jock orTaVans" Her~  mnn  at Pender  Harbour  883-  2745���Charles     English,   Ltd.,  Gibsons B.C. 7069-39  LOTS���LOTS���LOTS     ,'  GIBSONS: Burns Road. 2 lots,  (level, paved raail close to  shops etc. All /services. F.P.  $3,"ji>0-r^TJttk4^Ci/ckranij Road-���  Good level buildmg^'-sd all  services etc. How could you  Se? Only $2,800. Hwy. 101  ���Large panoramic "view lot,  7(i'x265', landscaped, fruit trees  etc. Site already for your  dream home. F.P. $6,600.    '  .ROBERTS CREEK: Beautiful,  semi-cleared- view lots, only  3 of these lovely  V'a acre lots  left. Priced at only *i?,850.  ;  SECRET  COVE:   G.jing iasf,  See these.lovely waUifiout lots  while they last. Prices start at  '$6,500 each and ph.  ACREAGE: Gibson's R u r a 1.  Terrific investment: 2 blocks  acreage, must be sold together,  total 8.21 acres. Approx. Vj  cleared and grassed in parklike pasture. Don't miss this  one. Check and compare with  properties in this area and you  will agree that this is a truly  gneat buy. Only $11,000. Priced  for quick sale.  -Cair-tXTimtir-gHtARD,   886-  7244 or 886-7760 (eves)  toll  free 685r3133.  7078-39  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SARGEANT BAY WATERFRONT       o No. 2114  Exceptional  2-bedroom  retirement home built  by skilled cratts-  rnen. A pleasure to show. All  windovvi double glazed and screened,  fully insulated. Vaglio fireplace. No stairs, garage attached,  large  patio,   landscaped   grounds,   lawn   in,   unobstructed   view..  Full price $31,750. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  TILLICUM BAY , .    No. 2014  Good lot in summer home area, steps away from- Marina,  store,  ond great fishing. Hydro, phone and water line by property. Cosh  price"$2,600. Don Hadden,  885-9504 eves.  KEATS ISLAND WATERFRONIT ~~~ X No.  2088 *  For brjat owners, Sfep onto bqoch in  ffont of  Lot  5 on Sunrise  -Say. Treed sloping lot runs up to ^ollingwood  Rd.  Water piped  on road and hydro serves next  lot. Full' price  $7,500.  Try half  cash. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  SECHELT ~~~ : No.   1864  Attractive all electric 3 bedrooin-Jiorrwi,...0,ver 1,000 square foot,  stone fireplace. Large lot 'with fruit trees, berries and shrubs.  Garden shorl, garage, patio and level lawn, close to school and  shopping -ijiintre. Full price $22,950. Try your down poyment.  Don Hadden,, 885-950.4 eves.  WEST5ECHEt,T . ~ No. 224)  '2 yr. old 3 bedroom homo, A-0 oj| heat phm F-ploce,   1089 s>q.  ft. plui, attached utility room.  Largo workshop. Lot s)jo,���75x295  ft.  Finishing  in homo rruly delightful,  Full  price" only  $23,800  with $15,000 down, Peter Smith, 885-9463 evos,  DAVIS, BAY ~ " -  '. No",  2236  2 yr, old'3  bedroom,  living  room. and. family room,   1560 sq,  ft, Modalllon homo, w-w cafpots, firoplqca, electric hoal, pnnor-  'Omic wator viow,  Full  prico  is under  replacement  cosi.   asking  .1.28,900 witli *1>I2,50Q down. Petor Aolbqrs,  886.2991  oves or  Petor Srnllh,  885-9463 oyos,,  3ELMA PARK  No, 2283  Pallgh'lul 2 bedroom home, olec, hcnl plus oil hualor for economy, l-lec  hot  water,  good  parking..op  proporly,   lonsa ronlol ,  only $175 por annum. Full price $8,'9bfo, Poior Srnllh, 885-9463  , -        -"n, ^ '     .   ���'     .    ���  WILSON CREEK ' -       - '     No,, 2131  LOOK; 2 hodroom homo.-'A-nll lutnaco,,. lorgo 1.5 oc, loi, /onod  \\'/, koon your puis nnd domestic orilinnls, ouuil moblu soil, Auk*  uifj ��� ���f>M>y0Oi wuh 1>l0,000 down, come ond *oa "ihis, wa will  proMinl your of fur. Pun |-|6ddon 885-9504 uvos, or Potur Smith  805-9463' ma*.  WA|l:|<|'KONT CO!FrTli6ilium,VE" ~   �� No, 221)5  lluru'i* o honiililully kupl homo wllli 3 hfjilroomi ond   V*\  lw.ii-,  miinl mi Inndticnpud.QrounrK ocross o ri��od Ip lo-ko. 2()'a50' work--,  /alioi��,(in  concroio   (oiindoilnn   nnd  n  bihnll   (.vviniminu   poul.  *y 10,000 dhwn on ftill prlco'ul *f.26(000, Coll Jock Worn, 0'16-  :   2681  ovuh or f'otor Aolhom,  886-2991  riyos,  gihsons   , . - 77*"^   "   :,-"���*"*""   ���        ^ih a26l  AllKicllvo 2 liuilii/bin homo, Finished hosomonl room, Au|o, oil  liirnocii,  Now cnbliuii  kitchen, Pnijollud Jivinu  niom wilh  w-w  cnrpDiinrj,  |)riuh|n corporl,  lixculloni "gordun,   fuiil  luiob." C|ob��r"  |u bioiun, Idoiil loiiroiiiuhl'honiij. Ft' %\t.:/QQ, Coll C, |<, GoilnJi-  \ A       .    colo,  086-/0|b, . ;  GIHSONS IUJHAL       ' ,       , No, 2 i on  Wull luipi  I Vy tilery hriUm, Aflnrh'ml doulilo i^npdil, '/uiroundod  mi lllldu iildnt. Willi |(UjC|ii lionii, uunlriii,  Slum ��i|i.|niir:r��"Jo (iinu-  llupii nnd Cihhiiiiti. Ir 1>lh,000t inutih, Cnll C, K, Guihijii.ulo  '    0116/015, r     i   '  wUSIXI<u:i.u,covu.auua--�����������::���  AliMilululy llin   160 ncm*, you hnvij nlwnyh vymiliid lo ulvu you  iiinii icJijh and hri(,kl(i Ihu wiiodu  limllnij.  Gmn'o  i/nilii ond  gomu  Idol I'i'iiiih wolui hliiininii. vlnw inilmilKil, Acruti mid nr.rnt, in un*  ploiu. ^,25,000 down, Hub K<*nl, nfi**.94A|"rivurl  *>(CIIIUl* VHXAC,��;  "'"" "' ���* *    ' Ho,  72110 '  Look I '/ 5 fool o| |ovul wuiMiliunl, Hltihl In llm vlllngil, fribulouri  vmw, llbhlng uuil honpnp imhi nl ImiAl, In mnn ol 1,40 lo ?>h0({)00  huiniin, Clly^nlm, hydro mid plionn, *|7,M00 down im|iilind, .^O,  |inymohl ntv'ihi'ii i-nlnnc-V, |J  MADr:|f<A PAKK  llllll !  *.- *~l~  lob Knni,  fifl!)-946a '<ivnf,  1-miKiMJc-yi.iw ,Voi mn foi from idle  'IM fillip-, nwny finm u���y'| vvhotf.  II.I ll\{      '      '  loi   only  Mfiiul��!i'   ,  V<'i|i'<iHV'T   Hi'ill   I'lnliilii   limn,I  J'llONK HfHI-ll'MII  Nolnry,, Public  IdHTlNdH  WANTI1I)  Vlneo f-rnwor        006-935?  Wally Polorson     01)6-2077  , Ihik mi, (Mhtmntt, 1V.O,  yi)7v-;ii  . ,        ,   , ��� No, 20/4  lul' ovoilookluu Modqlio Cork.  ��� Iniilh    Ah  ���,ii.r;ii '    ���',"���'  |0n "��� '!" ���'lnliwoy('IOU220  .���>h,��00 cm,!,, im, K��ni, HHi-.-y.4A i imttl'  .Pn" 0| lhn Inw clmnrovto OWN pro/mrfy   Krncoi   ihil t Nnr  oa��"4tu wifo.i,wiin nniu upil honiii     *  nil, ll.ih Koiil HHiJ-V-IAI  A'jK I OU QUI* 1'KI.I. CATALOOUI2 0|3 RHAU I5TATR  ��-ni>y  nyiLv.  B6h' )!2fl, Socholt  AGENCIES (LTD,  trnr^ri      P,1��no M5-2235  l,Aaa>AAal>aial<t��/a'a>AA/^AM��^af  kAAkfAAKc^qAAA/aaaVKaKaa  ' *���      - ' '      '      '*  A^"*ftAA^AAA*a*#4#(fcVw.,  ��r,M,0.0k��0,0L r r.**/*,   aai^ain,.,,*^,,,  �� r*.0. AA^t.Arf�� rsJ pi  i  ,*���  '--v-':'-^-r;v:^.>v-'<--V.-^^:^f--.--: ��������;.:-*-'--i-* ' \ ' V' Jy: -JAA'I^A  ���v-wvw%.-*>a-v-v->^^^ . i.  ���+w<vfwt0f^**rfi>*^^ '  ' '     Jr     * , ' v    ? 'Vf't'  ���nnniV*fVvvvvV��Vv yvrvyv/ *-y VsVvVt-i  REAL ESTATE (Cont,)  "ll" jinn ij i.i a >i i-.'i 11, a ��i,n  LIVESTOCK  Sechelt: ���)u|et -aveai p'os*-- to  j ii "in mi ijnimi j !���  FOR SALE -:  ^BCTHO^UX Sales and Ser-  vjce: Ba^ W��ltUe*jn.  Phone    085-P978. * -6593-tfn  ^i^'^'-SW^-^^/Plj'one    WQyWJ   liH-e  to-:rept   gentle '.' TWroAppin,, r  and  tty#a  -available,  $3,900      Iwrse far tennage gM for    *��<*   **rTORRBAPI>.   envel  ci-sJx, Phone a'98r&ffi4. ea04-tfn ' mpntl*.   pf ' August.    Plpase      ��b*\.  statements     Invoice*  --.���������..���;:- ...��� ���.,..:������ :: -A   l'evk' with phone nwUw tQ ��� w*4, *}\. <��|*omwetal pnntjpg  lWx (IMP c/o Peninsula Times,    ^f1 ^ TWe* ������ce st Se-  q9Qp-39   cMt or ttlipne m ��6-14  I^vTbATTEIRIBS $25, 4 new  5.60 x 14 fires wilh wheels  FOR SALE (Continued)  CHARTS ENGLISH LTG*.  fle^l Estate & InsHrpca  ..SUMNYP^ST .SHOPPINQ  CjJJN''pR��  Qibsons, &.Q,  NORTH ROAD; g acres in the  Village, partly cleared, fenced. Has older house with 2  bedrooms on it.'("lose to shop^  ping, schools etc. P.P.. $15,000.  _____        886-2481   HORSiR-3 for, sale. Tyson Rd���  Wilson Greek. Ph. '889-9357.  ."'-*.    Opa-Hio  . SPIUTM Pinto pptiy, excellent junior games  prosnSct.  m-Wm, -      ��� 6057-38  BEAUTIPUt, ' registered    %  Arab weanling filly. Ph. 88(3-  2017. 7038m  Q5?T/tQ know ttte blrtfs, fish,  plants nnd see* scores ' of  British Oolnmbiq. Provincial  Qovernrcient handbooks 'from  *M)e to $?. *pircjs pf Vancouver  $3.50. Birds*- of Nprtji America  $4 80. Also Sunset .Hobby  i hooks and Tp-^ch Yourself  books at The Times Books-torn  Sephelt, 8(15-0654. 7033-41  _______ _ ���    ��� - t 1 a��� ,���     ,    ,     -- , ���    $8.5, glass, and p-ayts'for Xfnrris    VP.RY   latest   models  of  <*}ei-'  GIBSONS VILLAGE. Seqvlew  Estates. 3 bedroom new'home  with 080 sq, ft. af. living area  on each, Laige living room  opens to spacious. sundeck,  facing overall view of Howe  Sound.- Futuristic kitchen, 4  piece   color   vanity   hnthropm,  W/w carpets.   P.P. $28,001),  880-2481  DUPLEX REVENUE HOME:  With view of Howe Sound.  Side hy side 1 bedroom duplex.  Basement. Very good revenue*  investment. See this now at  F.P. $22,000.  '     886-2481  Acreage���-Acreage���Acreage ������  Chamherlin Rd. 4.8 ac. $ 7500  Cemetary Rd 2M. ac.      '  with view $ 4,700  RIDING horses for sale from  $150 and  up.   Ph.  886-9000.  7067-41  - -i - i i .   ' .       ��� _���. , , ' ,  PETS  ;REqiSTERED  silver    Afghan  hqupd puppies 0 wefeks 61d.  -For sale. ff*h: Rftfi.72,737.- 704^41  1000 T-7. Ph. Mfi-2144. 60&6-4Q  IP IT'S suits ���, it's Morons  885-0330, Sechelt, B.C.  _j  aafla-tfn  OIL healer, good condition, $30,  Hahd" b-^sin*   with   fittings  -$10, Shn\-?e^^dr4ti-t4ftgs -fWr  curtain  $15.  Q,  Slices,  Beach  Ave,,.. Roberts  Creek,   7044-30  man   bin II    OJympia   typewriters   $74.50, ,$140.50.   , Also  electric  calculator    $309 50  at  'flip Times Bookstore,* Sechei  {185-0(154- 703-H*  ���'*- : :..r.t.:.....: ,-_r_ ���  HOUSE  trailer  cliassis,   12  ft  .. ���*!���(>. V2 "ft   indppe^&n^���W-  cNulip    brakes.   W'fecl"for  lights.  14": wheels. Angle find  - channel construction.. A 1 con  BOY'S bike    3-speed    alpiost    d'it ion,  sacrifice, ph. 8^5-949(3  new, $45.  Ph.* 886-3.581.     , ' ^03fi-,39  704fi-39;  KIND home wanted for beautiful silver grey female kitten. Ph', 885-2240.    "**;���' "7050-39  3. MALE fluffy kittensTooking  for   kind   homes.   Ph.   886-  7710. 7079-39  LOVELY   ginger  kittens   free  to good homes. Ph. 885-2308.  7074-39  WANTED TO BUY  PICK-UP   truck.  c?��nopy.   Top  quality      construction    and  windows ahd vent, inside to he  finished, must sell. Ph. 886-  2581. 7046-8&--^AS and oil combination En  SJSWING     machine,    straight  zlggag,   with   attaohemepts.  $80. Also Wringer washer,^gocKJ.  co*n*iriTThh,T$2li:l3hriHi>533F~  7063^30  Cemetary Rd  ���_ Rjjsamtind Rd  Chaster Rd   ,  Pra*tt ���-��� Rd  Orange lid  Hanluiry Rd  Hanhury  Rd  Sechelt   vil.  5 ac $ 6,500  1 ac. $3 300  5 ac. \ 8.500  2 \y ac. $ ,7,000  9.5 ac $13,000  10ac.$ 9,900  8 ac $ 8,800.  b 6 ac. $ 19,000  800-2481  DEEP.freeze in good condition  wanted. Ph. 086-7409.  7037-39  SEWING   machine     with   reverse wanted. Have port-able  Singer for trade Ph. 886-2737.  7043-39  CHESTERFIELD suite, semf  automatic washing machine,  also one ordinary model 12 cu.  ft. refrigerator,. 8 cu. ft, fridge.  18 cu. ft. uprjglit freezer. 24  inch barbecue, all in very good  condition. Ph. 886-2625.  "'   - 7080-30  ���   MARINE A#ES$ORIES;  Paint ��� Fibreglass **- Rope **-���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYQREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 8U0-9303, Gibsons, B.O,  terprise stove.  Ph. 885-97118.  7061-30  W\T  ROSAMUND RD. Three bed-~  room family home wijh large  yard for children. Extra large  L,R, gl)x20. with fireplace, -3  good sized bedrooms; utility,,  large kitchen with gas'heat and  appliances, carport. 1200 sq. ft.  in all. F.P. $20,000 on exi-ellont  terms witli $5,000 down.  886-2481  Come and see this new .3 bedroom full basement home on 6  beautiful acres. Inside stairs  to b.m. from hallway. Double  plumbing. Large kitchen and  dining area. F.P. $29,900.  886-2481  Nicely treed good view lot in  Hopkins Landing. Tlie last one  -iU'ailahter-AH���^Wvtcesr-Fifli-  i;.y��pw\wvpi^#;;':  uis Cr^ek,r.]ief$y to..  tir'aa-ar*       t\ %**.A~    tC��'��*Jiri.'��..'   "��.L��-~  price $3,850.  880-2481  AH .cleared  Ave. Roboii  build;   Power   anri"''j|'eliQp,,.a'9n':  lot-. '$4,000. Try. your offers on  casli and terms.  886-2481  Well built. 2 bedroom hoiyie on  viow lot. Close-to alL.-ainenL  ties and beach. Ideal for retirement. $13,000, Some terms,  886-2481  A   gc'oigcous  view  fropi  this  3 bodiooiii full liit.sonient'homo  wiih- largo windnws and mm-*'  deck,   LiiIh    of storagii,    F'.P,  $20,11(1(1,  lllill-24111-' .    "":"'''���  ."���iick While  'Kim Crosby  ���liiy VlH.snr  8116-2035  llllll-I'llllll  1)115-2300  7076-30  Wil"Tli*  SPACE, ATTRACTS  ATTENTION  USH IT  ���1 *  . USE WHITE SPACE  FQfl-E^ptiASIS . . ,  USE CLASSIFIEDS  FOR RE5ULTSI  PHONE 485-4255 ���  CU.   ft.   deep   freeze  used  $50.   Phone -886-7489.  -       .   ��� 7057-39  LEGAL NOTICES  BKITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO  AND POWER AUTHORITY  Invites Tenders for Grooming of approx. 160 acres of 130  KV Right-of-Way between Sechelt and Pender Harbour.  Reference No. CQ 6001. Closing Date: Septerhber 7,  1071.  Sealed tenders clearly mark-  ed as above-referenced will he  -reeeivedr in  Room   1056,  BaC  The Peninsula Times Nae A-5  Wedjiesd^Vi A**9>*st 2$, 1971 .  PENQEfl HAMQUR  TABERNACLE  (UncfenominatiPnpl)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.ty.     ���        i  CHUWH 5EHYICE��� 1":Q0 AaM;  _    pflstnr Rev- Wolter S. Ackrovd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  Qomi muRm  ���- ^Oh^i"3rf^3ti9n9)l  Sundoiv Scho9| a~.;*)0:QP ��i,ifl.  Churc|i Service ��� 11:1"* q-rn.  Evenina %iry!CO 7:30* p,m.  P^STQfji REV, S. eASSELL*-.  Dayij Bqy Road and Arbutu*  <2 blocks up front Highwoy)  Thg���Uni��-ed Church, of Cgnoda   SERVICES  St John's Unifed Church - Davis Bay  ."' Sundqy Services-9:30 a;m.  Roberts Greek United  Sunday Services - 2;S6 p.m.  Gibfiinrilnited Church  Sunday Seryipes ������ 11:15 a.m.  Part Mellon United  Sundpy 'S.eryiceis - 7:3P g-m-a-  (2nd ahd 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev.. Jim VVill'qmson V Gihsons ���- 1386-2333  McDcmd&Bvjstedi...  Mr- and Mrs. Party Ross McDonald  *���__..     ���photo by Denms Gray of Sechelt  Hydro and Power Authority  Building, 070 Burrard Street,  Vancopver 1, B;C. i*ntU "12:00  noon, September 7, 1971.  Details may bfe obtained at  the office of the Purchasing  and Supply - Department 10th  floor, 070 Burrard Street,' Vancouver 1, B.C. telephone G83-  .87_ll, LpcaJ 2577.  .     7052-Pub.  August  25,  '71  Canada���U0S,  oil-shipping study  Canada and the United States  WJU shortly v undertake' joint  studies on environmental  problems of shipping .crude  -oil���frtmr^Alaska to-iffasliftij-p*  ton State, External Affairs  Minister Mitchell Sharp has  toli:!  Panliapient.  MHe said lie: di^td told U.S.,  Secretary*; of Slate, WRIiam I?.  Rogers that the proposed  shipping route through llie  Straits oTaTuan de Fiica and  the Straits pf Georgia offered*  no ecenpmic benefit to Canada. .' _.. -.. .1.....  Those routes, however, impose risks of oil pollution in  nn nreu wliero there are largo  population concent rat ions and  .siib.slanlial eco'mihiic inloresls  Mr. Sharp rfuid, "     .  ' He Hdid Uio joint HiudioH  miglil. iiIhu incKidij (iii-|��oi)ii-  llon prnhlomK on lhe At'laulji!  soabiHu-d, whnrn "IIU's muvr!-  inenl of 1hii|kii:h to Canadian  pprl's could llii'cutcii Ilu; U.S.  environ'mml.  IndiiHlry HonrceH nu'ld llni  si'ndluH w'li'uld prohnlily in-  uludo an oxamlnaHon oi'  tiafojy renulrcinentH for o|l-  .shuro diillini;,  GiBsoiis United Church.  ring ceremoriY  Ml'LTI-colored gladioli hlost,oms and fern  graced   Gtbsons     United   Churcli     on  Kniin-day August  7th,  1971  when Wendy  Kitihl'een   Byitedl   and   Barry  Hoss.Mac-  Dunald   exchanged   marriage   vows  in   a  M-i-y   beautiful   ceremony   conducted   by  ..h1'!':.. Jin*i_.WUJiamsani_ ^. ....  _.. .._  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  und  Mrs.  Wesley  E.  Bysteat  of  Sechelt,  and the groom is the only son of Mr. and  Mrs. Gerald H. MacDona'ld of Sechelt.  . Tlie double ring ceremony took place  a* 4 o'clocli in tlie afternoon, organist was  Mrs. Freer.        ' '   ,   ,  -���Werrtl^-wlitr-wti^-trhns^^ SecheTfs"  May   Queen   in   1005,   looked   expuisitely  lovely   in   ii.er -wedding   gown   of. white  toon, Mrs. Blanche Fourn and Kay Foiirn.  From Vancouver, Mr., and Mrs. Wayne  Bystedt and little Melisa: Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Bystedt, Mr. and Mrs. S. Snel-,  grove, Shirley Snelgrove and John Yule,  Alan Beard and Miss Sharon-Byrce, Clar-  ^anee .Snel^w^^^r^-aftd-'-Mrsr-L. Riehard,  Mr. and Mrs. I"*aul Hansen, Mrs.' Marilyn  Bell, Mr. and Mrs, K. Zral���groom's grandparents from .White Rock; Mr. and Mrs.  'J. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Johnson, Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Wilkef; Mr. and Mrs. M.  L. A. Mac-Donald from Mission, Mr. and  Mrs. George Quinlan from Seattle.  Baptist Church Services  flTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid Qnd Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST} CHURCH  ���"   "-"^Tlr-RC^ifeons  St^qy-Stdii^-9T45T?fTT:  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  5     (885-2809) ���������"  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  v  M��  yewitoess report  ooo ao 11iJjdJ  Willi niotlcni cqnlpmcni ��ik) how   ���  iiici|uhI�� |||in|iN inovu lum in mn* |t-��rmrco  |i|iImmi'|cn l||i!f.o rliiys,,, mul tjti iliuy  nlioiiM, Mnlxu cuiiulii you huvo a  tfWiffiiilii'ililni^  (llll-O, W|||| lllllllllu |I|1||(IU-|U||||()|H-N  nuiilHHciiicnt cm) Imyo IIini-  Iiiin(l|-cpnn-iorailoy��ilo|)iiii-|)i4  im Iliuy happen mi'! ilcc|��(nrw  .���nn ho niiulo 4in ihu upoi,  fiMiviciji In iwnilnhlu in  wlniloals! pcilniu ihrmigliout  Ida pmvifjpc, t'mli our    ���--���'>'������-  iiiiiiU'iliiddcpmiiiiDiii for  Hull liiloViiiuiliiii. ,  Green sprouting potatoes'  Farmers may be able to grow* more  np''!'ec| pet oyer white pplyester, .full R'-'l'dflVS P)9r9. fluickly by green spi'put-  length witli empird waist, high, lace edged nig, which' is forcing seed to1 spvoui tinder  collar apd sheer sleeves. Hef sjipidder controlled JighJ and Ifenijieraftire.'.''bort- "  IpntJl-ll, l?Pil%n|-. tulle, ypiJ, was "held by .ditions. H. T. Davjes and% S.*'AlJaby-'*of*'''  a polyester how and seed pearl lieaddress Canada AgricuJIure Research Station at  and she carried a colonial typo bouquet * irrederifi-toii, N.B., found * Thai, green  ol while daisies, corn flowers and babies-- sp*-oii.ling .Will hdlp increase markplable  ������n'*"11 ^__ .._, . potato yield's by 1fi |0 2|) por Cent,  Tlie bride was escorted'''by her father  and attended by Shirley Wayinent, Matron of H.iniii; and Carol Bystedt. Shirley  wore a full Icnglh gown'of yellow flocked sheer over polyester wilh full sheer  sleeves and carried a colonial bm(i|iiul  ol while daisies. Carol wine a .similarly  .styled  guwu of. blue  llnckiwl .sheer' over  polyq.sU.-r and cairfnd a boui|uoi  oV. blue a  ��� enrn-flowers. i  '  .-'   He.srinaii'\vfis Mr. f'tiler Wi'iymeiit nud  Ml'.   Duiic'i   JJyhleilt  wii.s usher. :  ". liei'eplion wii.s held nt Cunu Marline-',  where Ihn Undid Jiil'ilu wa.-i ileeoniled' wilh  ���White and yellow d.ilisie.s lo mulch lhe-  wedding cake deronilioiiM of while bells  and yellow daisies: Yellow��� nml blue randies sei  in Hlyrol'iiiiin nml pel graced The  ��� hrirlal mid gnosis tnbios '      :.''    '  Mr.   Vic  Wiiliui'H  priipiiiuiil   tho   Inn.*-! '  In   the   bi'ldo  and   wn.s   ma'hliir  of  eere-  muniuH. ������ ���.  'riiu ini"il|H!i' uf Die bride I'lniso h pale  gnu.n lluclved iiyluu |(.iwu wil'i while  Voiil-eoiil nml while in'iv,si,iirle,', Her cur-  Hiiim wiin while nml iiiuk.ciii'iiiilluiiH,  'l'lii>lti'iiMiii'n iiinllier I'linsii ii ilre,ss(nnd  JacKui  miiiemhlti nl' wild nnd  linljiu' for-  ll'Ul    wllli    |icl|(e   iici'e.'iiiiii'iiin   unil   wlllln'  (MM'Dlilliiii I'ui'uniio,  .Mr, 'nnd'.Mi'f!. lylai'tiiiu/, wlin.nrii I'nm-  ily, I'i'IohiIh  mii'veil  ii  mi|HTb  huliel   sup-i  ., |��-.!'.,wi!)l. I| VIUlulYa ul' ilellclnilai dlhlius nnd-  Knpl'n wine,  The   hnppy   yiiiuig   couple .who   bulli  Hpiinl llmlr rlillilhiiud in Scchuii rin'elvoij  P hosl uf good wliilniN liiil'uro loiivliiii for  lliulr 'luiimyiiiiiuii  lu  lhn mlcnm  ul' M,U,  'lillil   Hai'luiivillo. a     ,  Fur lru\'i:lllii|i ||}u Iniile clinsn a navy  nylon iIccnm  wllli Iwhtio. Illlml  venl-coul. '  -*iinvrni'idi\Mnio-'Hi.u.i'i;'TMiirna'ii:' Tiiu '%mn.r  loukefl ,liiuiilhiiiiin In nnvy InniiierH,,* red  fihlrl and navy I'urirnl Vnal wllli roil 'pin-.  Hlrlpu and whllu uliuen,  Mri nud Mn., Hurry MiieUi'iiinlil will  i'"��ldo yt Siilina I'arli.  Unl-uMown iiui'nIh |uc|iii|ei|; lhn  hflilitVi giaiidniiillici' nml mini Irum Haiilui-  THE ANGLICAN  CHUROH OF-eAWAPA���  . ��� '     ���  Far details of Summer Services in  Sechelt, Redrooffs, Pender Harbour and Egmont please ph'one;r  885-9793  885-9673  895-2133  885-2320  driest���REV. D. POPPLE, Seche|t  SEPTEMBER    1st  TQ: LAUREL AWNUE - DAVIS BAY  1 ;  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL,-��� INDUSTRIAL WIRING  ANYTIME PHONE 805-2062 pr WRITE BOX 351, SECHEMV  r,  ---^wr^li����i*>>/����y^^W**^*t<'''^��  ��.]M*WMtWVtM  ff.ar��i&  _ u   |( u,.\*  liwii Gin��'t    *  MMlaMMfllaMra  PEMDER  HAI1ROUH  GARDEIM BAY ESTATES  SUNSHINE COAST P**IVA<*ir ��M A  |��RE5TlfiiE I.OCATIOH  MAQNIFICENT VIRWS  finfAT FISHING, IIOATINQ  Hoqdt pavnd, hyiho ��n��l lulu|ili����io w ��nth  l��l, walor ��y��lui�� nnd all u|iin��vmMur *��|>||A  lank, Thu hluql lotaiiun lor your iattn.it*  llonol or fcllrpmenl Iidiho. Soma wllli year  roinnl Iioiiipi imilcr conMnnllun now, Lol*  prkml Irom H*7,000 Willi on I'm o�� 1500  ��lo**yn, Tormi > nnd ��lnnncl"(j '' nrolloM��i  '_^ w_  En<i��lro today, *  ��� WU UHOCl IUHL.,CONI'AC I'  "      YOftKSHtM flNAHCIAl,  CORI'OKATION,  900 W. Peiulnr 5|,, Vonconvor,  rimiiQ  ^niJ-3711  or roiilotl  8|<!yo Nklll  a| I'ander HarMur, IPIioiib  B03.?724 (eollaell,  SECMELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ' "���       '    , ���  ���/*'���'"'  ���    r   ���'���;.������������������-'������'������'',"    '"'-'.-    " -'  ��� Jh,i fro�� remlndor of comlno ovonti- (so scry|coof,;EE<!"||El.Ti AGENCIES  , UP, Phono Ponlnydfi Timos dhuci for ht>a IMpflSi spcclfylna ','Oala  , Pod", PIdosq nolo thn| upnen |s llmlfod qnd ;soma adynhca d<?|oa nioy  hoyo |o woli thoir iimiJ nl��o ilio|'ihls> a ."r-omln'lir" lifjfing only ond  connot n|woys enrry fhiriiololls,     ,      i,,     ' '  vwwmwiN^^  Auausi, 2R~-�� p.m. Sochuli |,��.*iilon Doll, UIiiqo,     '" (     ;  ,  AiiiiuHl 26 fl |W. I'liriilur'HoilniMi* ICninr/lunlly ||n|l, Mlnno.  AiiiiuM 27    ����� ii.iii. Si'iiwll linlmn |lo||( (Jlncio,  I'loni |) (i,m. i, h, |i,m..CI|iilron'i-i ,F|!.liliici poihy* nLPfivis  Autiui.1 211  Hoy,  AufluM 2flla.-|'i-om 10 om. I-Hll" hli Rnnch, North Komi, R||winn, I'orlnn.  .llllillll OI|l| llllllDI UyOlllll,, ��� -, ���     .  Alifi^iM ,29 'f-ioni 10 n.ili, I llllo |!|l |'nnr|i( |'m|��n, Hiiplny ny��in|H Ollil  VYiiiaiiin'i rmhid.s,   ,  Aufiunf 31 --Si;, Clil/i)ivi Anttrtc-, Hronch h% Gol.l��r�� Ao'>r��'l''i*�� I'lp t"  Porlllc  Nollonnl  l^hlhlllon,  | cnYf!!i  Si-rholl,   fl  p,m,  ������AwfliHii -3-I���-OAPO'I'mnrh '3B, Golden��� ^qcrs ��� Iji'S frlp 10 PNPv J.iMvi**.  Glhi.oi),'., ,......,.  Sopl, 6���l.nhour Poy colchrnllnna, sporhs qnd wlmnri liorliticlio, Sochclt  Ipillon VlllfHio iiimm,.   ;��� '' ..'���'.  S.-pi, rt   ���'/ pm, lli'olih i",ij|iiio( nilii-oni,, OApn, Hionr.h 3fj, Swlol.'.  SiijiI,  1,1    1) |i,in. !im:|iiill'l.iH||.(n Hull, LA In Uinnrh  HO, ��� l*oyu| Cn(i-  nillnii l.ii|-lu|i, iiniiiirq|a iiiimiliii), ,,  ASK FOR OUR REE cATAMfclJjfi  OF HEAI, ESTATE  MuHlpU LMIng Sorvlc*  Vnnfqiivar Real ��ft��t��  :  aBai>r4  REAI. ESTAT8  INSURANCES  Phono 885-2235  Box 128, Scchclf, P.C,  '.tttrrttuttTtJi'.'*:*  i i  fcrt^LiJtu^^Ma���Ll*.^,,^. ii^.--i:JP!T^T0^*0*'z**'^*'*^^,*^^*0**^*00*^*^^**'*'0^00M.0t0,,0m^i0m000**0'**,^ l  -   .     .   .    ���>>- ��>>M��><in.H M,.i i w^^^ifi^w^fj*^^ 1 *  ^ \h%JJ^^ ' "V **    ^'!4^'>       *        ���*  Vi, *    -i*     frt&r f  ZtS^% ���*        '*? -^  i*      rrif  r$#*  .J^******0^.  v5^��S^��Ewa^w!*tfeKl^<^r^-St'  P���' \  i y  ���tmrj,*.  \?7%  I      ���  !,  *-   N    ��� ' '    ~ "*   '  Page A-6   -      , The Peninsula Jimeo  - .Wednesday, August 25, 197.1  Sore abqut...  �� Coroner's inquest  ���from page A-i  Craigen said she sjaw tlie truck with bait  boxes pass the youths, heard th& thud  ' and* saw Eavl Julian lying bit the -mad.  A signed, statement from Mr. Craigen  said he saw the truck hit the- victim.  DRIVER  Mr. Ken Gurncy said lie had been  hauling herring bait from Porpoise Bay to  Gibsons wharf. He was travelling behind _  the police patrol car and passed groups of  people; to give clearance he moved over  and straddled the white line as there was  no oncoming traffic. He was unaware that  ���the^-m:k_lrtt_anyone arid~aid not notice  any particular group of three youths/At  the time when he was behind the police  car 'his lights were on low beam. The  truck was mechanically soiind and the  water in the bait tanks did not cause  the vehicle to sway.  The autopsy revealed that Earl Julian  - had'-wrfrnetuijed skull, and much bleeding  oceured through, t'he left ear, nostrils and  mouth.  ��� .. Jurymen were foreman, Mr. Lionel Mc-  Ciiaig; Wayne Clark, Dean Robilliard,  Harvey Paul, Ffank^jYates and Michael  Johnson. ,  . '",..,..    ..,,���-���  Mi-j Clark felt that there was negligence as no proper lane has been installed  on the highway which is frequently used  by bicycles and pedestrians.  Poet's Corner  ���your contributions are invited  Bouquets  by J. Bcntham  Give nqt. to me the hothouse flpwer  To pn my table bloom. ,  Tho I must admit they do thpir part'  To brighten up a room..  But come with me some summer day  And  thru the woods we'll go,  To^see flie_wild columbines nodding������-  to, and fro,  *>  - /  a"    i )tft" W>*% Ai-.-,/  i-V ���*"*���  i_4 Jl  J-* f" *      x   *  J {���v->-i*"v-'-f \  ^t ���  IV -*'  ���   v.    *��� .  '   ' -   sNC* *  '<* *���*       ' "     ^';bi;i,  X  ft/  M&WLK  ,'ar*  Ay'j  mJ  1* S3 '  1*  ?Jr  13 *"  Just fill out an entry fprm at the store  /*-  - Theodore Davie  Theodore Davie served as both "premier and chief justice of British Columbia. Representing -Victoria in the  legislature from July, 1882, to June,  1890, and Cowichan from-Jhfi-tv until  March 2, ^895,; hq served- hfs last  Ihrrty-two-monthT' lnTKeTTouse, -as-  -^remierr-^eing-appoittted on Juty~2r  !  ELECTRICAL   CONTRACTORS.  The violets hiding in the grass" 1892. Born in Brixton, Surrey, Eng-  Waft perfume near and far, land, on March 22, 1952, he arrived on  And thru Uie trees you're sure to find  " Vancouver Island in March, 1867, and  A '-lovely shooting -*m'ar;'''7''*''''"'''*''"''-���=^'''"''"v''''''''''':'t'o6fc up-residdhce in Victoria's James  The! dandelions with their yellow >eads SSOT**-^  Are never found in flower beds,   / Chief Justice ^ British Columbia on    "  But in the'Jfeids their carpet of gold February 23, 1895. He died in Victoria  Is a.lpvely thing for the eye to behold, on March 7, 1898.  So give to me the wild bouquet *���   To brightea up a dreary^day, Sawmill Sue says that the girls who  And I can close my eyes and be   .' throw   themselves   at   men   are  'usually  In a perfumed fantasy. taking pretty  careful  aim.  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  EVIARKEL  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  DRAWING PORTFOLIOS, 9x12  DRAWING PORTFOLIOS, 12x18  TEMPO DISC PAINTS, 6 colors    ,  TEMPO DISC PAINTS, 12 colors  DUO TANC COVERS, asst. colors,  3 EE TABS, pkg. pf 4 __,.   2 paefcets 95c   <^~   CROWLINE PENCILS. 8 for. 55*  Refills for Tempo Disc Paints, all colors, each 10c  RING BINDERS, guaranteed 1 years      . 1.98  ���>���"*���  3 '  ,  Check our many BACK-TO-SCHOOL VALUES. And  how1 would you like to win your own private TV for  your bedroom?  DRAW Sept.  14th.  I\  0001 nam* wtfi^..... ,  mm^mm  ���n.!-UIH.HVM*mm-'  PARER^MATE  PROFILE BLiM/svEure  SALE DAYS  AUGUST 25th-SEPTEMBER 4th  .    -P^    Powevpoint ;  Mfg. Suggested  Retail Price $1.95  Short-cropped Chou  likes long-hairs  Premier Cliou En-lai seem  to approve of long hair ciml  ���beards���pn-=lfort+r rAm^rttai 11  men if .such hirsute adon  inputs are worn as tokeris '  dissatisfaction-'wilh things .1  they are.  Tlie Red Chinese Pretmei  who is beardless .and weal  his hair -neatly cropped, di  livered his viow of ton.sorinl  politics nine d.ay.s ago dur-in  a meeting with a visit Ing dole  gal.ion of United Suites, ah  dents  in  Poking.  "Wc see," said Chou, looking* over Ihe visitors, "flint  .some 1 of the inon wear their  'hair long unci also grow bonrd*"  lo express thoir dissiitisfac'lion  vvith    the    present    state    of  Ufl'llil'S.'"    ���    ���  , lYusidont. Chou,' wlio uncu r  wore a hoard in his rovolu-  lidnnry .days, lik-cneil the long  hairdos for inon to the piat!-  tlen ol' ChiiKW* kIi'Ih yoiu;i n/K>  who Hhnved tliivir heads I'lcnn  ��� "to uxpriiHH (JiHNittlHl'iu'linn"  with lln,- i-ovornnient, In pro-  Conuiiuiiiiil dny��.    .,  V  *N  *.  A  \r **���'  A1*.  n  i^00*f  km  fy%\  UA  rs  $usan Jorgensdn and Leah Jeltries are showing  ^-^^^t^-eotjpteroi-our outfits. ForJchool an^Tatler  -schooly Leah has dn a bonded Tricot dress with  sheer sleeves  and  collar, Jbelted  drqp^waist,  Iront pleat. ' Hand washable.  Assorted colors,  AsizeT2- 6X and only 4.99.  Nice knee-high socks 98c and running shoes 1.29  Susan is in a bibbed corduroyyrtdt-Pant skirt.  Front pockets, silver buckles and trim. Assorted  colors, machine washable, sizes 8 - 16, 6.98.  Her sweater is in ribbed knit, front zipperjjnock_  t ���  M  u  French might  WESTERN'S PRICE  ������jiwj.uw^i^iiiiw  your .family pharmacy  .a*ftjsaateB83Bzs^^  TRAlCBAflCElsimE  Socholf, Phono 885-9833  SUNNYCREST:PLA3/V  Glbiona, Phorto 886:72T?  iwmkWKgmmmsimm^^  i  rises again  Ifi'Hlonillon * ol llic llllll  d'ouiury l|,i'f'iich Kurlri'i.i. id' ���  l.ouhilioiil'ft, which tho Hiiliiah  tlioii-'.lil limy (I.'HioIIi.Ihm! uiii-u  nnd Ini' nil'In 17(111, Iiii*- riiiiiscd  Iho hull way murk In the |no-  Joel, Alioiil oiiD-ril'lh nl tlur  /ild fni'llfh'tl town In (ii'liHluli'il  'loi ho  ii'ia'oiDjIrui'li'il  hy   lll'/ll  Tho   .1)1 a   million   pru'iTi   li  llio lni'|.(otil roooni-li'iii'lloii pui-  a  Joel    In   Ciuindii,   and   inronnil  only  lu  WHIIiiniiiliiu'K lu  ion-  luriitloii  pliiiiniii't,  Tudny IiiimIoioI.'i ol' s-1.11<��i;<  nro vIowlliK llio hiilwnil.H nnd  ohiilonu     whli'h    huvo "hci'ii  i  J,('!'' I 'J.'! L't'' '~.l'''.!ll'.'IL.''J. I ?J'.'.1 iU It"  ���"'te-*-'-(*(-1-|,|-j,,-,,, j "j,,*"- ji,;;- ,iininu|,;,M  j,,,.,  IWf'un    I'Viiiii'o    nud    l',u|i,liiii('  Iii ihi' now woild, Krnni linn "  ,   I'Voni'li    I'loolM   could   hn   noid.'  nul    to   piiilol'l    Iho   Ml,   J-IIw-  I'oiioo   Hlvor  holdJiii'M,  Hotel bookings  slip in Italy  1IOTKL Iii��iiUIi)|(h In lli.ly mn  Ilk lo 'Ul poi'i'iuil holow Im,!.  your, itfc'dl'dlli/i In llin Indiiitlry  iiHMOi'lnllon. Koiloin/.loiKt Hija,  llllll l"iiiill('l '���'loielzl, '  1 In nil interview pulilb.hi'il  ill II (ilohn, li lliilno oi'niininii!  dully, (iiune|i|ie (ln|||, pii'Md  enl   ol'   Iho,   Jorloinllon,    allii-  - hi 11 w I I hn rlfrl 11 i<i * i d* 111 joiv TiTe :*"  trim,  llo i.nfd If uly "Iiiiii luii.oiiui  llio iiiiimI nx)ieiihlvo k/iiiiIiy nn  tho i JVIodlloii'aiioiin ooiu.l |(,r  Iho loin ini, Thin In duo, lie Niiii.  "*"ii'ririjN(nir'ifl''i'(T'8iV'pori|o'ni in"  -���'���lourlnt.��fnr)Uty rnr*1fi fhln���'yn'fir."  Hpaln Ih Jlfi .jmrront loiiu t,\.  poiiHlvo fnr1 lourlrtln, |io nii'  iiorUid, and Yi'ikohImvIii nnd  fJroooo JiO iiuiooiil, lo/m nn,  piiniilvo. -I-  /  \  turtle neclc7^7Sc7*///c., S, M, L. Assorted colors,  washable arid only 7.95.  4 WAYS TO SHOP -  AT STEDMANS  Cash, Lay-away, Charge*  Gambles Credit Card  F   S*   S r       .'      "I  ���   A     \     :    ,(',;,  i.-   }���    j, ...  *'*r*0*  ���ir     SL  7 S",  5    ���*���  y  H1. . liani,Maal..a*a.iila  lux "a.  Mm i  (<jJ��\M)i^;  l��iii,i* y **�������, -  ���**w>fW0��^^tJMnt^k*t���'^',' "   \  1    \'       ��  I '    " I'0    "I   I  !t ,f,, ij'^v]  BBBBIWi��jJJ*iMtl  ^^^^^s^^^^^f.  SHOP  OFTEN     ,  Mortp wll|ivrogiili*ir pootl  b ii y i throughout llio  atoro ... you could win  Hilt block ami wlilto TV  j simply by signing your  noma and phono number  'Aaifiif; '. '  *   i  >      '   i , i'i ...  ABOVE: Looking relaxed after school, Susan Jorgonsqn  listens to hor favorite cassette tape recorder, purchased  from Stedmans. She is wearing corduroy flare /oaris by  '/Town Girl", Those are really his jeans for her, Machine  wqshablo in assorted colors. Sizos 8 - 18. Just $9,99.  Susan is also woaring a striped rod, white and hluo turtle  nock swoatqr. Acrylic, washable ahd,in sizes S, M, L,.  Only ,$6,95 ,_ ~ ., ^...^-^.--.aa*^^.^--^  ia.   !"���      0 0 0   w  i.L*;-?0lLt ^f'   ^**   V   ** ��� ^" ,.��,H^ti*.w$-^wiia**,i���***'*^'f''''''',*i'*tH.i!i! "   '"��� V��r-.  LEFT? Loah Jeffries, after school, glvos the baton a twirl,  Those are availabh at Campbell!*} for $1,88, Leah is  woaring flare-ribbed PuPont nylon slacks, machlno wash-  plb/o and dry, in assorted colors, Sizes 2 - 6X. Only $5.99,  Hot top js In washable Acrylic stripes; long sloovos, turllo  nock. Sizes 2 ��� 6X at��only $2,98  1 a *���*,  , .j i  At<  fi'- *  *   -  Vi:  r *  H  i  A  V'.  SKS  wm  SBSBi  iAw,iiSm  BR  /  YOUB  E30E1  DEAtEHS  I  Campbell21  v -  Trnll Bny Contra, Socholt  iL  iUU  Phono 806-2335  t ���  t^msai^m^&s^axsmmimimMm^  ���sssss  , , . .'..',.,.����1���������'��,'* * f * * * 1 *'��������� * * * * ���'',' 1 y*��*'. *��>^''  --   * 0* - ����*A��*'*��<aaa��'#.'����^��a**��a�� ��.afc�� **0*r*.*������*."��� 0.' "���  l"t  ...ft..,.,,...,,..    ,*,,,*.  ��.rr,   ,,,,,,.,,,,   r   ..,,,,,   ,        .  .   .   ��� ��� _*.._..        ,a.aa.aaaa..aat.a��.aaataiaaia. _ _  AAkAnsA��A^AA*< .��ft.^.B*��*<i����A����J|*��***a��*a��a.����^a����a����ak^(��iiaa -Vaavn r. * 0*0, * ���  ���   ���   a  �� ***0A  0 , . ��� ��� .  0 ft 0,0. A *��� /  * *,jiAA* 0, + �� *.*. rtjtrtlri JfAS A0t0t* r, ***'* * ��� 0 0<,4r, 0 0 0 r, rrj <,0\A.*'rt 0 * * * .. 0 r. r.��..*nj. Jk^r^r. J..0 0 0.0.r* 0r^**r.r ** ah 0,  .   *   ���  t   ,       1 -Ji . * 'A' .���..;!��� - ..,��.. , . ��� - ' - ��������*-?��&  y-.A ���   ���        ��� '....'���  *���' ��� ��� ' ' ' ��� 1 -\~**' *��� .��*���*:,**.  iwuwunwi-wnwiwmmwtm.  *J<w  n��sn*>*fuvi*nw HWiwuwwyfafV  COMIVJEWCIIMQ  SEPTEMBER  ��� 1 ���  a'    _  Pre-Schoolers  Movement to  Music Glessses  JEAN  MILWARD  Phone 88632i"  Qualified Tuition in Classical  Ballet and'Tap Dancing for  students and beginners.  ���WIFIfl^lllHPOT ���-**���>��� IWf iim**  r |iwly^ip^< ������l.f"  1,'  1.     *0*'rt  .     1 / t. -  *  1  vi-  1                              *  *  r  *-  1             *     _.*'             .'���*  ���  /  'ACT  Opj  For Quick ResuHs Use, Times Adbriels  TWILIGHT THEATRE  , ��� GIBSONS���    '  .   Alain Delan  LAST TWO DAYS  Wed.y Thurs., August*  25th and 26th "  WftftfllSHEV^fo^  RATED G  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY  August 27, 28, 29 i  MATINEE SATURDAY 28, 8 p.m.  Year's  #1  Best Sailer  Annual general meeting  Property Ownefs Assoc.  1071 ANNUAL general meeting of the  , Gower Point Property Owners' Assofc-  irltjofl'was-lield on Sunday afternoon, August 15th, at the attractive home of Mr.  and Mrs. Harry Ghaster at Gower Point.  Mrs. Joan Mahlman and "Mr. C. Hummel, representing tlie Area *'E" centennial '71 committee, were asked to ��� the,  meeting to discuss the progress and plans  ^oi'-fl'tf'"'�����*H-4*ttfH��^ at Gower  Point. An interesting and informative  distusS'on took place, -    Mrs. Christina LePage and Mr. Bill  Bryson, of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District. Ratepayers' Association, ~were in-'  Vited to the-meeting, also. Mr, Bryson ex-  -iplajned the function of the recently incorporated group and answered many  i^quesUons, leaving the members of the  Cj~T1^F170tA_4x^discuss the matter of join-  Ali  McGrpw ��� Ryan O'Neal  John Mgr|ey and Roy Milland  ��� -t*-.-w,�� Hn-'Colqr *.;'."'*������*��� -  SHOWING 7 PAYS  Mon,, Tups,, Wprf., Thurs., Fri��� Sat.  Sun. ������ August  30,  31, September 1>  2, 3,4, 5.  ADU-LT;   -Frequent ��� sweating  and coarse  ������lonuugga ��� .J3*trXJa^i5Tier  NEXT WEEK  The Dunwich Horror   *  Plus Queen of Blood  Sunday, Septcnibor  5th at   11.00^ p.m.  to 2,15 p,m.  PERCY        ~    "~  Tho Story ol a VERY successful trans-  ���������;, - ���' plant. ���'  ' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday  'September 7, 0, 9 ~ RESTRICTED  sWM0ay"s  SERVICE^  FAMlj r  nr>:^  ^-1  - /  -t  ���.I  '.situXs/JStf  Welcome  Looking forward to meeting many- Church. Both "Pastor and Mrs. Foster  people in tlie Gibsons and surround-- -are graduates (1971) of the Western  ing area Pastor and Mrs. Gerald Fps- Pentecostal Bible College in North  ter of Gibsons"*"Pentecbstal Tabernacle ' Vancouver. Rev. Foster succeeds  extend ?-warm invitation to everyone Rev. B. J. With,  to attend any. of the services at %  Section B  -^Wednesday, Airgust 25, 1971  Jamie Mandelkau...  Former Elphinstone Grad.  gains success as author  ing the new group  It was decided to write Vo "Mrs.' Isabel  Dawson to see if she can finish the job Tm , ���,..�����.,..  of   getting   street   signs   erected   in   the IT seems only yesterday that Jamie Man--   publishing   world.   It   is   entitled   North  Gower Point  area.  Only three have  ap- delkau  graduated    from    Elphinstone     Country Farm.  peared so far in spite of the fact that the Secondary School and now at the age of Follbwing James Mandelkau's writing  G.P.P.a.A:lids been trying lor over two* {J*  his first book is being published by     careeiv with great  interest is-his' former  years, to get this work done. Macmillan. , EnyJishj teachet at Elphinstone, Mr.  Les  The following officers -were elected for His name stands out in very bold print j Peterson   who.  encouraged   his  pupil   to  Uie_forthcoming  fiscal  years:   pre.siriantr__ill-thA listof Open Gain Rooks,published���<*iJiiLinu��_JAU*iii-**-^^������  ~WrT I'aympnd  Hull;   vice-president, 'Mr.- by Macmillan of Canada, as  the  author  ���       Since graduating from Elphinstone in  Bill Ellison; secretary-treasurer, Mr. Gro- ol Buttons���-The - Making of a President.     llltie, Jamie has tried a. number of vdca-  ver Sinclair; directors, Mrs. Winnii'red-El- The book will be on~sald in the fall     Uo"1s and was  successful as  manager of  rick and Mr. Gus Arnott.  Beverend welcomed  and  it  is  hoped  to have  copies on sale "' P��t?ul*��V "* group in London, England  at the Times Bookstore in Sechelt. It is Play^S'in-the group was another Elphin-  described in the following teW,7      ._ fV*'1':. ��"fcl? P?1!' ^dpR w)WMnM'  ������."'.    i '". '*l"s l'"'sl olbum. In ���"'leVVet* Jipme Jamie  tbSt.'Aidanfs Church '?JlJSJB-'*^flM.^��nd.|��jhtBnjngdow- ���^H^oniPmiAmccp^pp^im^hPB^tpr  ,SS!��<*'Sij���;.'SI   ?��S  Kr*tiurCn ment, 'I'he' biography ,oJ;-Presjclent  Bijt, life Mppd's futureK,Forvhotli yoii|i&en,    >'  ������^Q^LQW^NG.-JJvensong-  in   St.  'Aldan's     tpiis pf tl)o London.Chapter of tlie Hell's jl took courage and a" Jot of pers6vpr^n**?e  -    on. August 1'Slh,. a .social hour and tea     Angels, England; It tells' in* his own words to cut through the ice of one of tile World's  Was held in the Chtirch Hall to ofi;Uuaj)y_1_how, via the rocker scene of East-London largesLcities.^ - '.-���^A���A-   -_wel^)m'e-t-he-Hov77and-MrK"*"Dovld"*i3rown     and "'prospecting' for tjie San  Francisco Paul w|io.plays gujtqr is tlie son of'  and family to the parish, Chapter of the Hell's,Angels in California, Mr, and Mrs. Norrnan Rudlolf, former Eprl  The Vicar's Warden, Mr. L. C. Ben-     h�� "-'M'"0 lo, receive an official charter for Mellon residents,  gougli ux.prensqd tho good wishes of the     u'Hell's Angels chapter in England���and If has   been   some   time   now   since  congregation  and   regrets were  received    -lhe problems he had and still has in build- Jamie Mandelkau wus in'Gibsons, but Ho  fropi fie vera 1 who were unable lo he pre-     mH UP his ��lnh. |iuk expressed the wish to return to the  sent* ���    ;.,      -. , In writing to his parents, Mr. and MrH. Sunshine Const and continue writing, '  1'he presence of tlio Rev, .J, William-    Charles  Mandelkau    pf   Gibsons, -Jamie ~~~1 ���:���:   *,  koii and members, of the Jlolxirts Creek     warps'tliat. they may not like lids hool-;,  United   Church   ndded"io   the  spirit' of     hut It is fHricktly a .biography. This youii|{  . goodwill and  fellowship,   ' man who had a flair for Writing during his  , Thanking the.gathering I'm* the warmth school days is already writing his-Ihli'd  ���of the welcome, the Vk-ar said Ihnl he book- The, second book which is a serious  and his I'aniily alpndy felt n(. homo In the novel and will probably reveal Jmnln'H  J"iMisi��h. '���..'���".."..     'potonliul has .caused ^re'at interest, in the  ITT., ft  HAVE VOU HEARD OF THE  BAHAI FAITH?  Phono 886-7355 or 885-9095  |wnmniiK  Plowed to teike on your kind of thirst.  Tills advertlsefjierit Is not published or displayed by tlieiUquor.Control  Board or by the Government of pntislj CQlumbi'i, !   .J.,,.,,...: ���_^���:i::-__^ ,..    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii  i i  14  phone onri^r��22  ;,   SKRVING THE SUN5MINI; COAST l-OR OVI;R 4 YI3AKS, "  OWN 6 PAYk A WEEK TO SERVE YOU BETTER  ; i  I       al  a*- ,  *-,'  *  '*���  I      I  I i  i   i  Jiwiipiwm*!^^^  nillll'llla-lalina'./ailimilH  u it wu-i imm*Hi*tMt-i imamn  \'-'  *VMP*-iWi-WiW^  13  Mi.'   **    ��'Y �����  4     00)   * ���     ���#-  ���  .^���jaiii mmmnprnMnm  H     ��    *    fc   (  *   *  f * 0  K ���    A ���*���*<��� 00     00 0,  f" *.  0      H      ' '���  �����nTiWiii"'*nwyiHi^a^'i^��i*>tf����*i��f**'  a,   ,P    I  .   .       .  A-^,  I ,   r   . f*< t t**l  1 tmi0m**a**)tmiiMW0f0*i*t���  mm***m*0mj.rmwmi*m*tv*^r.*0*  '<t%-  ��� ���  - i * -i,< **i  1        -  *' ,v 1~!  IU, UN...   ,   17 ,����������"      jr.       1  i> \    ��'!->��������/.  fr'  ���J*    .�� ��� "*'   ' *W       -"        ''*,.., I,  ", .      i      *  ' * - '-    .   -^JL-j^tfa^j^a^law^a^iw^^ "   '���*-*'���*���''���   .~'"^-i-i-^���^-^'-^.." ���'������K. i.��Bu��i��J����a*ita* ���"���' ****.M-f~.r*i*J***r*t***w*r ���{  A      Vi   X,  ''        .a  Motor Vehicle Branch  co-operates with T|$ '  B,C, motorists are heing made aww of  the hazards of unsafe driving, w^etyer  it b��3 in their homeland, or while holidaying m the United States, A-need, is  arising for our Province to, co^m\inlwte  niore closely with the Motor-Vehicle Y\&-  parlmf��nt|5 of the 'suites to our ahtitfl W  mu***t ellminftt**** the foeling* thiit pnp^iWP  cross tho Canadian/Ante-lean honlp' *-yo,  liecomo immune to traffic violations1,'  SuperInd^ndent Way llttdflf?]d |j*tys*.  ftiat-it -will. he -*��� poini^-ftgaiflst-^rdrlf <i$r*~  licence whether offences wwutji ih|V��ns  ��� ipaiiver, Washington, or -Vant'onHt1'^^'  "We are not a niember of the driver  licence compact between the "'OV'Alij'iierT-  ���ioah states," Hadfield said, "hvtt we h|vo  -"���shwed-iii-rfOT*^^  Outward Bound Course  While "water canoeing iirthe SimilkA-    Pete Dunoon bf'-MgdaJm Pai'k was  In a formal legal opinion, the Alioviiej'-*  General of Washington "State, "points,��ttt  that .the legislature ha�� said that lawsjn-  yolving motorists' records should, he \ht  terpreted-liberally to improve "the safely  of our highways through driving liptnvHing  procedures...," '',,.���  "It seems that more B.C.' motorifilf". IrayH  out of the province than in it. Therefore'  beware southbound Canadians, Priving  over- the border will not make yon "aseinpt  from impaired driving behavior jpt%\ :,h'e-  To   Arrange   Winterizing  and winter storage for  your outboard*;  III!. II.     I"   II  ill - ���] ��� ��� I 111" L"l"l ���  I   "l -"V .-*...-iy..-1ir1f���..l.*.l  -..^...  SEC YOUR CHAIN  SAW CENTRE FOR  r     ^Axes. Wedges,  Axe Handles, Gas* Cans  .���.       jn.f.uiTiBWU'iiiTrn���*jn   "    . *"���*-"rir���"      * "  ������"������  .    Costrol 2-Cycle Qils  ���     for Saw-or-Gyele-  moeji River is hut one of the physical    one of 42. young, men who completert '.pause yqu are out nf-your eouulry*; Many  challengesfaced hy^students at the    the. course last July. .'"���  y ���      ftftU-s.^"'"t to your home MotoivVehicle   ,.  Outward B ou n d 'Mountain School. ! " branch when infractions are cited. ^  Mow and Good. Used  Chain Saws  SECHELT CHAI  SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street 885-9626  0  **0  Mountain School...  01jl mtfi ntum^v^TMpmfmimiiA mutmmmt^  t0��.f fo ,0imm %1-vx.        iMttvr  {  t  /  completes  raining  Rugged  Training  "ACHING all over" could have heen the  way Pete Duncan of RH* 1, Madeira  Park, B.C. described . liis feelings last  month,- after his first*^ week at danad^'s  Outward Bound Mountain School in British" Columbia's Cascade, Mountains. But  now back in Madeira Park with hardened  to be learned from it. Later the group  was reunited, and Hi sirraU parties-planned  their own expeditions. rJ~heir r.outeg generally tou.k in fifteen peidis ovei- 8,000. feet  in the beautiful and spectacular Cathedral  Mountain-*.  *     '     '    '  On their return to the base cam.p the  THf SICB-fELT AISiEA  \  PAVING fHi SUNSHINE COAST  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low In a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the canoe uptil  help arrives."5 ���;,  Nn plarp fnr thp faint of hf*>nrt tll�����muscles and blisters long since converged���.group tull*etr^veT**lrTeTi;~experien(.*es with  Outward Bound School at Keremeos  evidently' believes in training its students to face and overcome some of  the more rugged aspects of natures'  4:e,ci*eat}Qtt��*.I* facilities. Pete Duncan  of Madeira Park, a recent successful  student is seen preparing- for a mountain hike.  Ilagi��g��a^  to callouses, he has time to reflect on his  unique experience, and take stock of how  a 2ti-day Outward Bound course can really effect  a you,ng man's outlook on life.  ..........Together....with- 42   other  young  men  frum,aira%oss the country, Pete attended  ,'the July  course  of  the  Outward  Bound  Mountain     School   at     Keremeos,   B.C.,  where, -as   with   the   other   33   Outward'  Bound   schools  which  have   become   established throughout the free world since  .1941,  the aim of  the  course  is  self-discovery through a variety of physical chal-  Jenges.  Mainly   centered     around   monutain-  eering and canoeing, the cqlfrsS is designed  to keep the student mentally and physically on   the  move,  progressing  through  a  series of challenges which build up self- ��on'}. G��owth   Sparked  too Hold  confidence and self-respect, allowing, him Ph��she Teeth  -4o~-diseove^4ti^-trtte-n*T^i^���A���MAS^I^tTFjjstacte may have been over-"  .leading to a new sell-image with .which come In the implanting of plastic teeth,  to face the challenges of adult life.  ' thanks to'a-few monkeys and some dental  Pete's day started with  a. dawn  dip ,s*-'leoi'i.sts.  in. the  cool, waters, of  the Similkameesn The dental researchers seem  to have  IjSt^eftloittSif l&llo'wed by dn hour on \iie '������ "stimulated bone growth.-*-to. hqjd tJie inv,  ropes coul,se, pribrto eight or nine hours planted   pla'stjp   teeth,   PreyioVi^a'.'exiperl-'  their instructor. The final day arrived with  a rush and the students departed for all  parts of Canada. Fitter and stronger certainly, but more significantly wilh a  sense of accomplishment. Changes' in  ideals and attitudes may have occured.  These are intangibles^ and so cannot be  measured but may influence him for the  rest, of his life. ^  For further information on Outward  Bound write:- Outward . Bound British  Columbia, 1616 West' 7th Avenue, Van-  cmiver.9, B.C. Telephone: *7;��-()104.  Dental Topics  DRIVEWAYS, PARKING^AREAS, HiqHWAYS  CAU   BERT   885-2343  iinu. mm i  .Oaf-rook climbing, rappelling, white water  canoeing in the Similkameen River, or  maybe a few miles on the "Hash"; across  country race where'you have to think as  well as run.  mental efforts' with monkey.s pver ok-  tended periods had failed' because the  teeth loosened as hone support receded.  In their latest attempt/the researchers  transplanted   a   piece   nf   hone   wilh   its  Howevei* not 'all the .students.'.time Is  spen,t,in the area of llio base camp near  KerCihieps. After only two clays al lhe  school, i"*ete with llie other III members  of Fnisei; Patrol, was toting his 3ft Ib.  liack up Ikwaldl Creek for an overnight  bivouac at lhe 7,000 to 11,0(10 foot level,  on Crater Moufltaln.  ' " .Step by step as (lie course progros-  sed, more and .more ol' the onus I'ur re-  Mpnnsibillly and, .li.Md��ir*"hlp was plneeij on  Ilii'i njudnulii Iheiiisolves hy Iho innlm-i iur,^,  as llie latter ennce-nU'all'd inore on cenera  Huporvlfiion.  Canoeing was nn impurlnnl p'nrl of lhn  pi-ogr.aiiiiui'-iind Um Mtud'enlM progn-'v.'od  i'riiin lake canoeing, to easy river iuiui,  and 'finally lo a white wiilor caniie i!x-  peilltioii, Ihroiigh lhe lust rapids ol Hie  upper aSlin|lknin*!nn I'lvor. Thin wiitrniio  of Iho iiinnt oxelllng nn|��ec'i�� ol' lhe euiii-.io,  and ol'tpn ��� Invblvi'd eapsi/oH In whid)  wali'i*, lluwevor lhe slu.lcnlti miuuriiniueil  lhn eonfldeiiee lo ileal with lhcm> rnn'r-  gmieliis wilh n iilinliiiiiin of Hln'-,:. mul  a miiximiiiii of luiiniii'.  r^ ,The clllnaK of the courtio wan Hn* nine  day final nxpediliou, when Polo mul'hln  'Irienilii hiked a.*i n uroiip up lo lhe VnilO,  luul level, Horn Ihey weie pu| mil nu n  mild lo live (ill llioll* mvvii 'for.,1'mir dnyu,  Willi lilllo 'in' no ;l'ood,. a iiiliiliiiiiin n(  ci|iilpiiii*nl, nnd In Imii'ii the liihiioii:i ol'  siii'vlviil; to lnk|i llmeuiit lo Ililnl'.ulnni  llieniriclveM,, 1,1,10 ��� I'liimio;  nidi  ||ie   Icmioiim  'cu friiihi removed from one monkey to  another. There was no -rejection ol' lhe  bone. In fact, the process of removing lhe  mineral from the bone also appeared ,to  removo some part of the bone which  caused  reject ion,  The sl'U'ntisls implanted I he pieces of  decalcified bono "with .lhe planl lo, Iceth  iulo Uie .holes from which Inijlh had Jut"!  JVftoil i!\IVai.-led. Al'lor 2'., weekis,"there was  a sigiill'ieiuil jiioreiiHO of new,burie,.which  r'omiili'd iir Iho relenllou of n grOuloi'  nuinber ol' plaslic luelh  ��� llecaiino lhe decalclfloil hi'i'iq vyhti"ii'ol.  rcijoiiled, tho diinla  Ihal humans could, he' doners io'  lh��'y,,diiu"JI have lo ho closely rehiled,  SAVING  *>  .1   U       't     ,  The Piggy Bonk is Gpod  t**W  ,   Ir might \6fi\-' lost* or stolen.   '  *S     Piggy does not poy interest.  Why not usef your Credit Union���    ���-y.--  Moke regular deposits tip your shares then-  Transfer 100.00 block, to special deposits which pay  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  P.O. Box 375  Sechelt  PORT MEILON INDUSTRIES CREDIT UNION  P.O, Box 715,   , ������.-;'.; ',i.-. :.-''������ ���       Qibsons  Snll Into o hlg. hrlmmlna nchoorier of Olcl Stylo Door r~ nnd  rocnpluro Ilia good o|(l-(nohlonocl flnvour ol wny-bnok-  whop. Wo ellll brow II slow nnd, oauy Iftr ronl l^oor lanlo ���  tho way boor tooted whon anil wn�� klnn, So chnrt n couroo  for Old Slylo flnvour. It otiro coin n einltchuck thlrotl  S3S  tmSSt  " , BEER '_,  ..   ,, fllow-hrowod nnd pnturnlly ngod i  Thlaoflvoflluoini'mtlo nol piil)lluln��l nriUnphiypil hy-ilio    (  Uauor Contiol Pouid or Uv tlio aovoinniMlU ol Uillluh Coiumbja,  i   '.     . -  1AinWAYS  IMITEP  SECHELT TO  NANAIMO  WEEKEND EXCURSION:  Frlclny   8:00 o.m.   to   Tuesday   4 p.m.  1^.00  Return  i 0     i       "  VANCOUVER TO PENDER  HARBOUR  ( Summer Speciqls  i  "-T"" : ^f��,7fMJQHTs b?J"reserwtion  |(l,.-, '        a. ��� ' ' ' '  CAIIL TYEE AIRWAYS  MMltED  DIRECT PHONE tlHES  Vancouver 605-4922 ��� Nanaimo 753*2041   ���   Socholt Oi  Ni:XT TO '60VrRNMPNT 00Cf<, .PORPOISH HAY, HfCI 1HLT  IT  fM  ���i^m^^smsis^ms^sM^iis*%  !  .A.0^*./^*,0*.0^0**��**0i..r*0*~.**0*r*^***0*'  i   ,   .   t   I    *   .  '���I".* *��� * 1  r~mff%, -    * * ��#m? ���**��-*  v>  �����.  '^*5  ~^m*&l&m*m**ri^m.*i.^��'to0***^&*r*0^0*b*&*****i**^*rl*0**lf*r0VM0*.  *0*&Vi*&wl)0vl L^n0***0 r*rj,*L, &*J*0V0*0*mM.'**mW.000*H*T***. ^0i0i*0^**mn^0*irr0r0rr*^f ,* a* IAJJg-^jS-v*a./^  -ft." 1> 1 >*  : \*��*--��  fi,-*^  it    il.  1-00  =*.--$  The Peninsula Times.  Page B-3  Wednesday, August 25, 1971  Sechelt News Ndtes  cm. you par sa  ���by Pe0py Connor  *'..'���        *---*-by Brian Heaps  ON LAST Thursday an ^"star men's  Softball team played the Pen, Hotel in  an exhibition game in order to giye aU  players further practice for anv upcoming  ' tournament to'be played during the Labor  Day activities.  A?-- .-    Freeman-Reynolds pitc1iefl"forlTie -AU- **  StarS and Alex Slcytte /threw from the  ���pitcher's mound. for the  Pen. .Hotel. It  was an interesting enoiigh game with the  * final score after 7 innings being Uie,All-  Stars 5, Pen. Hotel .*>.  After scoring ������ an'early  run  the  AU-  ~       , Stars added another tally but Pen. Hotel  ���    - scored iwo single runs to tie the: score 2-2  after fl innings.  Jn Ihe top of the 7th the'All-Stars  brought 3 seemingly big" runs across. the  plate to up th.e score to 5-2. 'However, ut  the bottom of the same inning, the Pen.  Hotel retaliated for 3 equalling runs and  the game ended in a 5-5 tie.  HOME again after their trip tQ.!Kjh#fpn.    younge*st daughter ��dtth;-pn the "Lorret-  ,." are th^ Swan's of West Sdbhplti.'Ph    t'a J*'- bringihg homesixnice salmon-  .��� _^j r,.^ ���.-nu mi���^^-rv/r^ij-- ,.���,i ^ mootlVs boMay for Mrs. Lou" Con-  sins with Kin-^nd^elly at Melita, Manitoba,'where'Naomi-stayed with her parents Mr, and Mrs, W.-Underbill.  Mr, and .Mrs. Ben Lang have been  . CAMP SUNRISE  The Family .Services Group of the  Salvation Arniy entertained a large group  of boys and girls aged 8-12 at the Army's  Camp Su111i.se during the past weelt. These  children, like all camp residents, thoroughly enjoy theniselyes, for many reasons-  living in nature's own great back-yard  where it is possible to see insects, birds,  fish at first hand; the chance to sleep in  tents, cabins, watching nature fill the  night sky with countless numbers of stars  and quite frequently the moon makes its  appearance; the chance to go on outing  trips, perhaps lo catch a fish, to explore  a creek-bed or even to~ go -on. boating  trips; yes, curnpjjfeis just great, an escape  ftmnTHehustle and bustle of the big  cities. So remember! if you have a cliance,  .send your son and daughter to camp and  they will come home with. experiences  they will never, forget.  -fctFESWARB��� r ���  A suggestion has been made that a  qualified lifeguard or similar person be  posted at Armour Beach, particularly during the peak summer periods when the  waters are been used. On any widely used  beach where both swimmers and non-  swimmers are congregating a person'  should he on duty to see that no harm  conies to anyone. Remember swimmers do  not swim alone, for the simple reason  Ihal if you run into trouble all by yourself, there will be nobody at all able to  hqlp you.  "My daily round, I often tliink,*  Is like a chain or fetter;  I  lung for  li'fe  to be more kind���  The shape of things much better.  But if I brumble, moan, or curse,  Would not my humdrum life be worse?"  Alan and R,osa with Eleanor," Martin and  ' Trevor traveled back across Canada stop^  1 ping in the Bqwron Lake Provincial 'Park  ��� for a seven day canoe trip, which w^s put  -short a day owing to a fierce.forest fire  raging in the area, They enjoyed very  favorable   weather   encountering    more  AmericansJbaa^CanadJans,to their jur^  prise. ��� . A  :  This Weak the visitors to the Dir,  Swan's are Mrs.'Swan's niece and nepjiew  Michael and Joanne Chester from Duncan-  Nandeville a- small village in the  mountains on the isjajid. of Jarnflioa is.  ~ the nearest liome of-Hev. Jim and JiJC  Ferguson -and Michael, 2-year-old. This  week they are happy to be back in Sephelt renewing old friendships; staying at  Mr. Bill and Bea Rankin's home in Selma  Park. Rev, Jim Ferguson preached the  service Sunday, after church the junior  group at the Anglican cliurch, Sechelt  provided a social get-together. .  The Ferguson's then spent a couple of  days at Egmont, coming back on Tuesday  for a party at the- Rankin's with a Jew  pf the many many friends this popular  couple made when Rev. Jim Ferguson  was the Anglican Minister here.  Mrs. Pauline Caron, a cousin of Mrs.  Alice Flench is visiting" from Ladner. ,  Vistting at the Mr. and Mrs. Norm. Bur-  ley's have been Mr. and Mrs. T, Tepoor-  tens from Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. Jim  and Clara Patterson and son Randy of  Vancouver, and Mr. Burley's daughter,  Mrs.  Beverly   Fraser  from  Victoria.  The house at the back of Burley's has  been purchased by their friends Mr. and  Mrs. Trevor and Margaret Birch. t  Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Gladys Newman  have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayne  and Hel.en Green from Dawson Creek.  Mrs. Jamie Dixon on  her  way  back  with her mother Mrs. Winona MacMillan  .frnm MelrnseT^aslta4,cj%ew^n--s4epped:-trff"  IHE GOLF club, in South Africa -boasts  the biggest bnnHers in -the world on  it1, nightmare confse^Jocated in th? middle of one of the most treacherous deserts  in the world. r  *   Halfway,    down   the 'length    of  the  parched lunar-type landscape a' full' 18.  rar,   ana mvs,  mn  ^ang  nave   wen    M.miivE .!*af^e^ carved.-out" 9* . the wty onue nas me .... nar n_rp nPRn  Southward and1 northward it plunges in  a .series, of giant sar$ dunes TW LOOO  miles.        ....-'V  The   course  doesn't  have   greens-   IV  has browns. The water hazards clon't have  water  and   the. fairwaysi,  are  daimting  stretches of 'tawny "desert 'sand- ,  Only once has the 72 par here been  the parents were haying- a holiday, this  weekend Mr, jmd jVfrs. hwingand Ann_  "Garry were herelo collect their children,.  then will travel home to Port Alice'by  way of Powell River where they will visit  -with 'Irving's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf-"-  Gai-ry.- ���':���.' i^L-i^t���> ''  .  . Canon and .Mrs, Minto Swan are back  _tjjL^y_ioj-^wl*iil^^ Swan-has-been -  preaching at the. Church of Messiah in  Toronto for five Sundays, they enjoyed  being' there-but are happy to be back.  Capt. Gordon arid Myheera" Jones and  visitors Mr. and Mrs, Charles'Bryden from  Kirkland,   Wasshington,   were   treated" to  ���, an   envigorating  frip   on   a   windy   day  aboard the charter vessel Clegmer skip?-  pered by Cliff Connor under the watchful  eye of Capt. Jones.  -,       ���*.    -.  , ���   J  HAPPY PIRTHPAV  Following last Snnday's service at -St.-,������  John's United Church, Davis Bay, 27 peo^  pie gathered in the Sunday School room  for a surprise birthday party -to honor  the forthcoming birtlrday of Mrs. Delia  Chilton who will be 93 years of age on  Thursday, August 26th. *  Mrs. Chilton came to Davis Bay from  West Vancouver' in 1948 and has been  an active member of St. John's United  Church.  ��� Recently Mrs. Clitltori adopted the  policy of spending the summer at Davis  Bay and winters, with her daughter Dr.  Jean Cross.  iing port, a Soiith African en7  clave of 3,000 people *on the gouthswest  *Ul._coast^  * To the east the desert stretches* 100  -^fj^c^ter.land in Sqnthwest Africa,  wept around  in  71. He us^d "irons  all-  the way. ^"A  -  *Ebe^_gi*eat Bobby _Locke_Qnce��� tried  it and chalkfed up 81,  "On  what is jokingly known   as the  l*fjth green, there is actually a thi,h patch  of gently tended grass, raised above sand  level op -a bed of soil. But tha,t is all the  greenery to be seen. Sudden sand storms  often.;cover_it entirely-so -it looks like  any other part Pi the course.    _  True to the spirit of the game,  the _  club has installed water hazards, although, '  since it hardly ever sains, there, is no  water in them.  Walter Safety says,  "Tell your mother and  _Jalher_ihat_you want -  f  "Hi  to learn to swim NOW."  '������ r *  '"f.a|l  ' t-a  ; j- - l.  ''    '   ."all  -   iS  ������-1 .*  $ " /  Uy*.  V"  1 -   f      1?  l & *  If   ,  ' /��'  <*<��  At loan company: "Compassionate refusals."  . .        '  at Swift Currerit to visit relatives. Mr.  Jamie Dixon met Sandy in New Westm'in*  ster where they spent the weekend with  Mr. and Mrsr-Qonlijummel:' --*-���         Fisliing ...trip..along . the  coast. Texada ^  way  was the holiday for Mr. and M>'s-  Johnny   Dixon,   with    son   Douglas   and  Blake 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 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  Tender Sierra pears  Scientists ul the Canada .Agriculture  Research "Si at ion at Summer land, B.C.,.  have developed a new pear, called  Sierra, foi' liomo gardens.  Tl*0 variety produces a flavorful fruit  with" good texture, However, 'the fruit  skin and flesh are too lender for commercial  hiuidUng.  'From   Food   Topics:  "The   decline   in  lol al    heor   sales   revmiLs that���I irowoi^  One bedroom house, Hillcrest Road, Gibsons. Neat as a pin,  large yard, blacktop driveway, porch, W-W carpet included.  ^   '     .       FULL PRICE $10,500 ��� on terms  $2,000 down and balance, at 100. per month  ^^^"EN!*^  6 colors to choose  from.  Self-adhesive  backing.  Easy to install, easy to clean,  BIM?RODUCTORY  OFFER  Regular 85c  Ono oiily - 18" gas Rotary LAWN MOWER. Sale $64T0G  anenoifly~^20M gas^Rbtary LAWRTMOWEH; Sale ITBjBO  One,only - Beatty Jet pressure  system.   Reg.   XT&JtS*.* SAL^  One only - 4 lip TILLER. Sale  MlM��Mt��|  I  f ���  f  I  I f  ���  f   |  t V (>  f f  t  f  ���  *   9  $15B.  U*^qWqW*.  One only - 5 hp TILLER. Sale ,...,,...,,..,.. $175.  One only - WHEELBARROW. Reg. $29.95 Sale $24.95  One only - WHEELBARROW. Reg. $12.35 Sale $10,95  20' PLASTIC SOAKER HOSE, each  PLASTIC WATERING CANS, each .  One only - beatty Jet pressure  system,   Reg, T 52,45,   SALE  U  ���I'l.,'!-  a.*,a,,,.,,.  "I  �� I a a a t a , a , .  ' ,�� (   $1.44  $1,44  '/a"  Plastic  Pipe;  100' coil, each ,.,  W.i Plastic ,Pip<?r  100* coil, ea^h :i:  One only - CORVETTE 25"  COLOR TV, Sola  One only - GE 19" D/W .  PORTABLE TV." Sale  One only -; SANYO 10" B/W  PORTABLE TV. Solo  O'  Oho only - LLOYDS STEpEQ CASSETTE RECORD*  ER with radio, and speakers. Demonstrator model,  Ron   279 95 '   n f5$\ft?t\  /^vEs'  One only - LLOYDS STEREO ^'"fi^K-'TAPp  PLAYER With; radio ahd/360pVi roun<, speakers.  Sliflihtly damaged h\ shipping, *n mm *ffo  Ro^, 239,95. Sale    ;, ]LBW*&  APPLIANCES:  CA^RIPG  Oiiq only - EASY SPIN-DRY  WASHERrRii: 229:95; Salo 7  One pnly ZENITH VACUUM  CLEANER. Rog, 09,95, Solo  Ono-i-inly '-���SANYO VACUUM  CLEANER, Rog, 124,95., Snlo  Ono only - ZENITH SEWING  MACHINE, Reg. 74,95, Sale  MISCELLANEOUS  .22 CAL. COOEY REPEATER    .  RIFLE     ,  .22 CAL, COOEY AUTOMATIC  RIPLE���; ;���'-1 -J ; --; -��� ���-  .22 cam {Super x long rifle  CARTRIDGES, Ihm  CQCE^AHliXtXCVfieHE^tll  SolaJ each  COLEMAN LARGE CATALYTIC  HEATER*!, -icilo, dad,  a f  COLEMAN LARGE TWO BURNER  CAMP STOVp, Solo, each ,  CAMP COOK SETS (4 pnrty)      i  Sot .-.,- .     . .../ ',  .' , ...  SAFARI OAMP COTS  Rog. 0,95. U^,j/p^y   '��<  @.  is  0  "iA  U  ��� 1  11  w  l-M 10.1  V COLEM  ''   Snlo, 01  COLEMAN CAMP STOVE STANDS  ench   - , .   .      wi  l��S3|  Ll  TRAIL PAY CENTRE, SECHELT  Phone 005-9020  J  y  L-^^^^wm**-^f  I .    , , . , . , t.t  - I.   ���      ,    , ,        , 1 < , ' ., > i'i < '    ' ' ' 1  i]uwwflH.iiw^||ri'h^-iBii^ ^"���'Tr*'"^^-Cr^'rlrl''xf' '"J'"'"*"*"''r**CL-j"T" "' *',AJ!'���^***J^'T'tf,���!!m'J���^. 'J!' '^'r'*^**'^'*y'*'*U'-?*'-1 "J""!J'>'*lirT?? " "'-1* *" -" JT' "-'�� "T"*"L^ ���J7 'VrLJ'' ""'"'n'J-,' ���T���^���rTH'^*"^^*^^''^*^���^^,^* r^y "b *��� ���rr v  .��...���-. M.r.M..f^> .���-��� .."-..,.    ,. ������.,���:���-,   ���:.:'..��� --���,���,..:. ...     ' :r:.-: . * ���-. ������ ,.. J: ..' .a,'...;,*- r *��*". I*3*?" ^ *"*S%"**^.^"f^'4W^^^ *i"*^^ *^i''"-**^'V'6|^rs*#**^ &!&*���  _��" * 0 . - *        0 t. - ' * ' .* 'WWIV 0***^-%^���7-it*&r'f%Z't��l*;0s'��#r * **fy*Krl**Zgi>*>g?'''$-*0*\t��4 vr&Z0^Vi^^^^*Z*^<?*K.i3s>*"       ^^*f**&i%*?*-~"**-r-'it*^V*Ji0.\**Z   W**-*!**" &^   ** ^V"< it*"^..**"���*    *% * V w "*W^*f 7*J��T* "Ha"*?"*)!*-*, *&*' Vl^-toT^Ur*    "   7**!*1  it ^aA*4 a     7te*W!wiW?,nw  l��ve s*orY commences  ;   **����*-�� AM9u,t as, 1971       th.s       k      T ;  ^^iiu:=;MiniiiiEBi!iuuitiii::iiiiiiniEM,.Hi!iHMUiMMi^   FANS of MBonnie ;^���*f*\mooAy \  Mama" and other swh gangland ad  % h*  *U  ?*'��  for Sechelt Ball   |  ChcsiBi  5-p9n  League  Bowling Every  Friday at 8 \-J��y]hr��-*-::  -���omiiwiice!r~Sept'.> 1 Qftr  Anyone   interested   phone  885- I  9785 or 885-9452  ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-:!iiiiii3iiiiiiiiiiiimuiiimiiniiiiimil?  illlliJJHUMll!ll!Illlllll|]|IIII!IIUUlJJIJllllllUUS!lllllllllllllllllllll��IUIUlUllU*l  ventuves should be sure" to see l,Bovsa  lino". The Fionpli'underworld at its heat; \  ' arguments with tommy guns, lavish synd- &  , ieate parties ond t-tjwsHwh' cj^i'oaoiea sot f��  v\t Mavgen'lea in the-1S3p's, Wednesday and J> .  ^luirsday m'e ypvvr last chances, for thi*?  oho, at (hp Twilight���"��� Theatre in'CHfeons. |  '... ,lThe Bar  Other  PjRfley  othersMn this  sion   Indtisfry   anci   a   onimnam'-ee  wim j  makes a moiiJce^ ant qf an��������� entire.^elevi- f        ,",v*"* *:*��  -^iefl-^pidt^tWli,- I,'�� y-sw*    'i  \.  '���'������Then;  lie-ginning  oiv^Monday,  '.T<ovft f"V  *     7^%*-^^  ' Story" . from  the.'No.   1   host, seller,  the I' "        vH  touching and engaging story of two college [**     ��� j**\  students   from-  widely     cUfferjng   bacl-7, ��.*     - i-A"^   }  -4^umds-Av4-o4aJ14i^'lavo^ tl"-��**" ��� v   '  stories end happily. So when you come  to this movie, be prepared for a-j little,  emotion, it proves .you're 'still liuma'n-  Warning, there is a navy frightening  midnight "show coming, called "The Run-  wich Horror1*; ���' ^... ._,  juuuiiiuiuiuuuu''  Gq to Gil more's for all your  SCHOOL  pe&He-hoat  i   Young gue'st�� at" Cdho-Marina R^sott'i    able craft .were, purchased 'Ms sunv  I   Madeira Park are thoroughly enjoy--   mer to give youngsters ,an appeal]n-g--J  g   ing   these   peddle-.boa.ts    which  are    water sport .while |>aroiws. go fishing,  manufactured in Canada. The tinsink-  Bring   fn   your  list���wo  will   make  up  your order and hold it for you.  Special���BACK   TO   SCHOOL   PANTY  __JiO^E==~one-s��er^iT!rafn 59c  SPECIALS IN CHILDREN'S WEAR  1 See the new Butterick Pattern Catalogue.   Most���patterns in* stock. '  ������  Art Supplies Arriving Now for the Fall  and Winter season.  GltMOM'S VARIETY SHOP-  885-9343 5echelt, B.C.  *pllUIIflli!HlllllllllllllM  ******  Hi'iH'pniriiliifiMjjiiiiiiiiiiiitii.mil  lnM l��il Kill. HM  awwitiiwumiiiiiiiiiiniiajiniiiiMiimmiiiii  sqys Keith Duffy  **^". ��-**  f       --�� ,*������}>��� i   ��   �� . * I  i-efoot TCxecutive" follows, an-    ���T. ^ *,-, , J  iy,  starring; Jqo  flyn.n "?ind   ���   ; ��� *���*****. -"iTs       '** i  is comedy spoof on the'.telievi--    *���"    t**'-     i     ,"   "**'" |*  ry   and   a   ���fchimpani'.ee   who    |       Is** , ^��������'*���" .,  A \  For Your Added Convenience  Our Night Depository  is Afow in Service  ROYAtBANK  Sechell ��� 885-2201  Bas  Team U.K. Tour  by Cindy Harris  g    JULY . WArrived  at   Nptrp. Dame  Con- .July   12���Played   Langley  .Serondar-y'  vent, where, we atayeci for Ilu-'next two Schuul,  a 'mixed scIuhiI  of ii75  sludenjs.  weeks. Pender wup basketball IJC-lfi,  July 2 -Played  St. ���Dominies  Roys,   a July   13���Played   Pembroke   in   High  H     sclinol ?of 1)00. Volleyball, l"endt;r won 15-0, Wyeomhe, a mixed school of 4'I0 students.  15-1. ffoskotluill,. Si. Dominies won 30-27.   *  Pender won basketball 4tl-22.     :   July   3    Put   on  ii   volleyball   demon- July 14   -Played St. Josephs School io  If   * si riit ion ul liuinhilJ S-porls Field. Attended     Slouyh, u  mixed school of-800 students.  n party at Mrs. Macyuiie's iTVlr. 'riernan's     Pender -vyon in  basketball 0-1-3. Wt^later  Mm  pi  "*nrilllllll|llilllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllll]J]]3"3353]lllllllllllinilinn  itM  ** \  . ' . v  ** .4  ',- " *  a**- - \  *��   r  *���*.;* *  ���)��-<��� *  J      '  -HJi  lj-a�� .    *  til    \  %'    .  I"/    "  t    '.  !*  4;y<-  Ai  & v  ���*'  - *  ��i' .  V* .;  *���' u,  ',*�����    1  JAJ  L **  -���*** 1  *fc        m i.  A,.r 1  l��     I       *  ���>   i    A  plus tax  *S W. r\ i       %'* :,:$ *''*���*'' - :<'' '' '��� '-" iv     ���r���  TeW Us- Wliai You Want  .  .We'll Get It For Youi  m  PLAY GUITAR  NOW  Make  music'  fast!  Plciy a  iur*e at   your   lii"***.!   lossan,  fixphrl* instruction' nlimnclest  rat os,  l)mttyar thu Wm'krful  World of Mimic'  Initiation;. Fee of 10,00  covers bonks and mailing of  reporl cqitls. Priyale lessons  aio givfin once .weekly ' at  ,   15,00 |ior month.  LEARN TO  PI4AY  NOW *,  IT'S  FUN  *���*  Soayiew "Plaxa  II  OR SOUND UFASONS  Phonp 806-7598  ���jl-        4  x l"        ��  ViiiiiifiMiriniiiiifiiiiiiiniiiiifiiiiiiiiciiiitiiniitEiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifMiiii^uctcrciiiiiii's'aCiiiirM 11 rj-aLCCLnui^  Does Your Club or Grbup report its  Activities Begularly.>o- The Tinies?'.-'r^Z,S'-wXift��',',:,  (ln,y. 'I'lii> ^(mllinr   v"i',v ,lii��l,  sister)  J.ily -J- Played volleyball against  Mersevside, their "A" team (women),  Pender won 15-11, 10-15, 15-8. Their *'B"  team (girls), I'ender won 15-1, 15-3, 15-4.  After the games we walked over an old  Rooi.an wall, toured some ancient cathedrals.  July "5- Played   volleyball   against  Childwell. Our first stfing played Child-  well  boys, Ghildwell-won   12-15,  15-8,  15-  m,     1.3,  Our  second  string   played  Childwell  'g     girls, Perider__u/mning  15-2,- 15-3.  1s-���rg WeTIien fouled two calhednils and had  S ' a swim in a heated pool.  g July   (i  -Played   St.   Catherines   Oirls  School     H00).   I*asketball,   Pender  'won  54-a.  Net  Ball, St. Catherines won 2-7.   *  r37"~Murphy- from, Halfmoon  Flay took us on a bus ride to the pier  liead, then to a show, "All in the ..Family."  They then treated us ti.) hamburgers and  Chips at the Wimpy, \ye aJI ejijoyed the  evening.'     " *  July 7���-Visiled Huntley and Palmer's  His'cuii Factory, which was very interesting. They lei us taste lots i*T biscuits and  gave us a big box of samples. We went  for dinnef- at the Steak Par.  Jul,-,*' ll---Attended a "Fair" in aSoulliT  port,- we nil enjoyed riding Ihe iollur  coaster, the Dodger curs and many' inoro  rid{-s, Honio of I he girls had Ihoif 1'oiIiuhj.s  told  We Ihen went In "The Lund of ifie  Little People", Ihis being a compll'Me' \ il-  luge in niliiiiiliii'.o, It iirclliiU's Ihium's,  slore.-i und schooln, everything found in  n, village The liny flood li|dil,s uu tho  plliying field nnd, the, liny.- "Mneh ,'PV. in  Hie nloie i-iiully wiirle TIiIm villnge ih I uu It  among hciiulifill b'l vvn.s, rlower,*i .mil  hedges,  , Wc   relumed   lo  llie   I'nlr, for  a   few  more rido-i before, going -swimming   The  jg    wniilher wiih Hiinii.v und very hoi.  .July I) l.efl Notre Dame for Ascot,  I near London, ul lll:,'{0 11.111, Wo Hlo|!|'i'i|  lj lit <i  park" for u "picnic 'lunch,   piuvi.l.d  s  fi'li^'lui liy Ilu,: ludii'H ul Noire Diune   Wo  drovii 'hri  roiil  of llie day,  llio  wcuihci*  wim very hoi.  g July Ml    During our td'uy In Ancnl \>n  g      Were  NllcliMl  Willi  llll'l'ei'iuil   I'lillllllcf.  Wcdrovo lo Windsor, 11 few inlleta 11.,t 11  AmciiI, loured Ihi'iiiigh I'llon Co I lege,  biiiiiglit a fnw Hiinveiili'tMiiid hml ii '"wim  ul   ITrufluifiH  pon|. .  .Inly 11 Allendi'd llin Army 'ilmw,  11 lingo diiipliiy-of iii'iny ei|iilpiiii<ni imd  attended..-- a   live     theatre   perfonnauce,-  "Jack in the Box"  Next   week   I'll   complete   my   report,  oh our games and sights.  EN IT CONIES  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  & CARPETS    UTILES    ^LINOLEUMS  - ----. -     -HOURS:--   Closed Monday, Open 9 o.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  K-->~J��77!-a   '/US'I W#'l'  ���*i        **   }  I    %'.i'l  ^mMdMM&Mimmi  *������*���"''  **!$!<*<  ?1^M$ZaJSW'  $m.*'~a^Sii?3>JtA!i' "'  ' FSI      I.'   'I \i'MtM.Wfflf*^'v. ji**^ wt.,   \'**0i   ',r   ��      ���   >\  >r  *"' * '"- '' ' \J "'',  i.a^a,iiwn.ia��ahilw.rii. wtan^ri.- a if.. irJciHn, rati .|fca,n a<aaii, miif. Wanatitixai .nlfatmiaara a. aaa  ; EtECTMIQ HEATIN  We Im  IIoiucn nro fur living 'I'iiKo ihin liunm fur uxiiinplu,,   ..Simply 'linl ��� *��*���* r��*nifnri holiinu ninnjnl. IomiIi imioIi,  I'lum 1'iiNiMuoni to Hiiif*-��wry I'll���nf-npnrei**lit*iwlnK���monriFnifinvliyr^^l**,~*~^       * *  iiwilfoiilviii^I'liitl'filti'i-iiiiiii'.iriilioiiUHlolVi'ii'Uuilly.     ..     ... ..    ���     ,..   . .. .      ,, ,   ���  '      ���        ������ -* Morn llvlii}- N|)ik;��; Mn(ii' coinhicl, Milkof. n'lol nr  mmino.iIom-iii'i 11V You'll fiu<l'Uiul ill*? nisi of liouiln}-  olooiilonlly hnoiiNihlo loo,  r '   '    > a     ' ,  nivc, ph 11 (.-nil, Our I'uMoiiK'i' A'lvlfiory .Sofvlcn will  h<* hii|)|)V lo (llfioiis-i your now I101110 pliiiih. <,)iiullllci|  jioiMiiin��:l willi��*coiHiiit!it(lei|ul|imoiil M/aOM, ninniiiii  of Inmllnlion n:i|niict|, nni) ;*iv��- ynu, p U'ltfKVi ("Ml-  , ('oinpiiol'iiiiilNliil-o up llllloo/; no fipuro, T|W|0 1 ii'W  iu>diu'iM or pipnii, no fuiiiuiHj room. llVory inch of  -'pm'c h bi'lipi, iitii'il . . . uiul 11 iiii'fi jmjioiiimi, with,  lodiiyVcoiiHinu'lliiiiroHlN,  ,     ��� ��� ,' ,  Miifil Impoi luul, ovi-ry room Ih runiforluhU' -*- Jiinsf  die wuy ouch iiullvlduul wuiiIm It. ',l!linl'*j no| nlwuyH  jioshihlo wllli oiluf Ik'uIIiih . hy*il��un.^| lu'ouuseoiu;.  llicrmoHlui miiiit sinisly llic ilcihiimls ol nil loomn  TOR  LfULS  H u Lay  1 iriMionuii iiiiihi rtiuiNiy im;iir|iiiuiiinoi im looilin.      mule ol nniiiiid olncllicllv coMn IVh  he/nio,,  Wl.,1.1'liTillr iuM.il..,,1 you �������� h^o loonHiy,' ,     vmmml XI|vVJm-V Nc'v ��� i        .i ''  loiiijioruiiucnmiioJ - u thvnno.tiui iii'oyiuy ,100111.    nil HfCllyi|i*o��fflro��, h        avniiuiun at  B.C, HYDRO rff ..   '���  '  BILL IWcPHEDRAJNl  TCKCTRICKi:"CtJRTTO'fOir  086?7477  Gihsons, D.C,  JIljWI^-McKENZIE  ri,IC:rRICAI..,COMTHACIpR  -t'\  803"9978  Socholt, l),C;  wfv  XU* iMlvertlwmsot la not juibOiiifii w %im��d l^y Uii Llauor Conifol Dm*\ or ty. tlio Govorjiinenl of fidlisli Columhtt  1 1 '       * ' "  /i^::j.:,.:;iA,,:\:\)j':^   ,   ���  ���.  : SIM'ELECTRIC LTD.  ' '       ���       n.rCTRICAL C.ONTKACJOR '    '^f.  003.206** Socholl, P,C.  ROBILLIARD ELECTRIC  i;i4CTI<)CAI, COhlTHACTOR  BB5-2131 . '���' Sacholt, B,<?,  :���  J:'.*'.:/'..,,.'-;'   ..*'..  '������   lA    . '  *fl\*)&!*\i^^ ... ,     ..,..-, .-U--.1, ;s-7=-<. ���������",'.���. m  r:?*..-. *|.r.ii,^-rw��.TVis*:.-'  -���',���.''".--.��'  ���."    ���..'   -..��..-;. *->h ^ ��-.-'^,ti^a/.<*fy,*/S'"N'?'*".���*���-*^'.- \.-'   .--" ,hv^.v?���v*'-i-'''<-���  -  ������*#'_��� ������   ���   . �� -   ���      *  -      .       "���      ���-'-*.      .    _-*. ������_ . .-.���-       ���   --      *.     ��� ���     ��� .    *-.     -.  v    .*,'        - * ���. ,   ���*   "    -    *���.   ��� * -   ..   - *  - ;   -    ��� ���   ,   **���    /  *   -      *'.  ��    ��* *   .v".u.v-r  .-j-  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  QUEST of  Mrs.  Huhy  Warne  at rlalf,  moon Bay* Ihis w'dpK  is hev brother,  J*Hnrow Casey why luib  recently  tetired  ���*' alter many ypurs a.s fin* Hm-f of Triol.  ' At the age ot 112, lie js blmng, healthy,  tearless, and an excel|eni swimmer As  Ine chief, d wus es.senluil that he fahnuld  have lhe ability to knep cool in any em?  eiyent'y It is undoubtedly because ot  the-ap ((imlitioh that IVlr- Casey enmo nn-  Jcnthed thicuigh nn ordeal which would  piobably have Uppp lutal In. muny uthei  men.  Last Friday, despite p rough sea which  discouraged, most tWievinen from pulling  out tlieir hoitts, he went fis-hing iiv jits  sister's 12 ft. aluminum bonl   fiiUh** Vc  IT  I*-  "Mrs. Warne -pcontly visiled her Jh'O-  ther ut bib linma in *1V*��|1 and they had a  wen|v-luup. K1n1.lv lounion at his cottage  at 0|u*|hJina l.,\\u\ atlended .by both her  brolbcis, Uainow and Clcoigeol Tiad and  her two sisters, Mary yiid JVlicliey-^a*(im  Nanaimo. ���'       \  They talHed of their father the \p\e  CUsorgo Casey a real pioneer who had left  JiDaalimd-iis-4LyiHfn^-J4WHr iimwvd-for���V^i*^���  VPijver. He travelled by fhe Pewdn.a"v��  Trad- on fool' most of the way. Heaching  . Vancoijyer.^lte .picked up a rowboat fdr "  $1,** and set out for Alaska, a journey  which took lum three months. He later  returned- .stinth -to'Prince Rupert where  lie sent for his fimiily and made-his home.  He went into the trucking business and  was alderman of the city for forty years,  -^^rnrrrw���Cast?*-^^  quite  a  while  before  help  came.   Come   ��� his courage,' toughness and tenacity from-'  it did in tht!-shape of a 24 ft. cabin ciuiser     tj*vt�� grand old pioneer.- ���  I  1 ���*���-*���  Wadnggtf(iyf AM9Hrt 25, 1971      The Peninsula Times  Pago B-S  ,.*t  t  ������.  ���,1  u  0^  \  t  \*.  \\  k.  1.  \  sjde nf Merry Island, he was lucky lo land  two colio $md a cod. He then decided  to h&*\*\ across to Thoriiian,>,y Island, but.  the seas were so high that his boat became swa'mpfed and cijpsized. He found  himself, in the water with only the bow  of the boat visible. ,The outboard engine  at the stern was completely submerged.  .With most" fishej-men "safely ashore wait-  ���ini;*���for   the  sea   lo  calm .down,   it   was  n  \  Owned by a Mr. Mcl'.hersoir wlio was  accTUiipanitHl. by his wife Nancy. They  Jhrew Mr. Casey a line which ��� he tied  to the bow-of lhe sunfien boat anil, slill  in- the water, asked Mr. McPherson Mo  tow him into a small cove ou Tliormaudy  Island so that he could salvage his sister's  boat  aiul  engine: ,        ���  While -Mr. McPherson tried in vain "lo  gel liis anchor to hold just off the cove,  Mr. Cosey swam ashore, towing the capsized boat. He borrowed a baler to replace  his own which had washed overboard  and baled'out the boat. He removed the  engine and placed it on the floorboards,  but he could not pull .the boat into the  water. He swam out lo the Mcl'herson  boat and gave them the towline and. they  were able lo pull the boat off. After about  2'/a hours in the water, Mr. Casey then  went aboard and heartily appreciated the  hot  rum and change of clothes supplied  PISACH PARTY  To wind.up a very'happy and successful swimming season, the Halfmoon Bay  Recent ion Assn. organized a lieach. party  at Welcome Beach on August 19th. The  day Wits perfect,, with' bright sunshine, a  pleasant breeze and the--tide out leaving_.  a vast expanse of sand for the children's,,  activities. y  '��� The biggest crabs were found by  Claude Charleton and Laance Parish, and  tlie smallest crab bj|�� Mary Connor. In  tjie sand castle contest* thepe was a variety  of design and concepts and the judges had  a difficult job in awarding fhe .prizes.  ���Prize for the most artistic castle was  awarded to Brenda Douglas, and the best  construction was judged to be a most  aiubitious project made by Lance and  Tyler Parish^Wsyne Jacobsen,, Elsie  Kingston and Claude Char.lelon. -Qjlie Most  ^y^-H^Mi^iorabns^l'liey-tl-rttpped hini inrrr^ Orjginjtl c.astle was judged to be the ef-  I  \  ��� J  ���      *  Readers' Right -  Wcrlre up now!  liVldoi, Tlm Times,  t  Sii; Amen, to Pallida Young's lqtter  about \l\o Iy*-"'ji.sU" in nm midst, Times July  2lltl^ J used, to road this gal m (he Sun  CI new. (he liyhl Vlirnod ci little too i>rinht  tor tliir local Ohma champions"  She suie 'pwi'i-s '*, wallop and knows  - wind   rfiie   is   spoakuai,   about    Between  - the laibAra.U govciMWHt's ��i(*cugp|tinu pi  Tied Chhyy, \r\pa to Soviet Russia and  YugosJavi'-*!, legalizing of honiosexuality  apd galloping unemployment, the future  of  Canada   seems  its  secyre  as  an  ice-  ��� cream :Cone ,in a -child's hand.  j- 1  Vv  la-*1  '!S<  .<**.  Let us wake, np before it is too late.  Let's sweep tlie re<d ^tits out pf our p��rts  and set* this i'otmtry back on a proper  course, ' - ��� " '   '  Any person,, seventy years of age  or oyer, residing in the Pender  Har^Mf f��� Egin^nt area an<J  whp \\qs \\\ei\ in \\i$ area| pr{pr  to 195Q; vrho does not cmctlify  for thp "Pioneer Me^a|lio*|t'' and  would like to attend the pioneer  dinnpr tp bet held Septernbeir I7  please contact ope of the fpjlpw-  ing: MRS, RUTH WALKEft;  ���393-2407; MRS/ PQ|l|^ Ep.  WARPSON,    a-33-2308;  *   1  J !  f  %  ?,*  M.afV  ���J'  la*    J^  K" >* A  s- "V JJJJ-m^A^''���''#*  x ,v"'**-   -;  ���������* * -"��� -,!iM��fi^ - .-���--*������ ���'���'  ���     - *--��- ���1 ,i��� -Tallin - a ->-.--y-��1,J',a-- J��.ij��yf.��i.i.��-J-��a-iiaLi.i- ��...?. ....������.... ,.'.... .. ^  ...  the boat off at Halfmoon Ray before going on their  way to Secret  Cove.  Mr. Casey would like an opportunity to  express his thanks- to them if anybody  can tell him where to find these good  Samaritans, who apparently hail from  Hurnaby. He doesn't remember the name  of their boat but does remember it ..was  powered by an 85 h.p, Johnson outboard.  If anybody can help to contact them,  please telephone Mrs. Warne at 805-2035.  Mr. Casey's chief regret at the whole  incident was the loss of his three fish and  all liis gear. On Saturday, when the sea  was   even   rougher,   he   was  a   frustrated  ONLY VOU CAN PREVENf  FOREST FIRES  fort of Natalie Van Egrrxmd, Louise Murphy and Mary Connor.  In the Scavenger Hunt, Mary Connor  tand Natalie Van Egmond tied witlv 21  specimens, with Carrie TrousdeU following up wilh 10 specimens and Soma .Inrg-  ensen, Breitda Douglas and Sherry Jorg- >  ensen tied  with  14 specimens.  Hot dogs, coffee and ice cream rounded  off a Very pleasant and happy occasion  and. a presentation was made to Anne  Latham the swimming teacher.  IN BRIEF  Mrs. Larry McHose, accompanied by  her daughter ToPeen, returned to her home  at Drink water, Sask. recently for a family reunion attended by 20(1 friends and  relatives. The reunion was arranged to  lionoi' her grandfather on his 72nd birthday a**,d her great uncle's 7(>lh birthday.  The town hall was hired to accommodate  "the guests who came from all across Can-  adtt qnd from the States, and old friends  cun*.e frojn Winnipeg tn siipply the music.  It w��is appropriately held during Saska-  tphewan's boinercom.ing week.  >Quest,-..fit,Starr and Ross Manton hits  been their cous'm, J'icliard Manton from  Auoklmid, New Zealand. ,    .  Mrs. (Mary, Walker was in Kamlonps  aia-d. hri'ughl luick as guest her 0(1 year old  ililcle, James Bculo-n.  Mrs.   Alan   Clrecue'.s   guests^  Mr,   and  Mrs. Miehel Pihus and family were due to  return tp Paris last Th,uisttyy, but owing  to the illness Of tlieir sort Marc, had to  cancel their flight."'Mr. Pinus and "Vann  flew home on Sunday, but Mrs. Pinjus and  Mqrc <*n'e still guests .at the Qreene's  until Marc is well enough to travel.  A busy hostes's has been Mrs. Eva  iayons who entertained two ladies from  Northern Ireland, Miss Belle and Miss  May Flaclv who are deeply concerned  about the disturbances in Belfast and  say they never dare go out at nights.  They have-also paid a visit to their cousin,  George  Flack of Gibsons.     |  Mrs. Keith Comyn is home after a  two weeks' holiday by bus,-accompanied  by her.sister from Calgary. They visited  ���relatives in Seattle and in Santa Barbara  where they visited the'Hollywood Bowl  apd other places of interest. On the way  home they- stopped for a look at Reno.  Mrs. Comyn reports that it was very hot  in many places on their lour but that  the buses were comfortable and air-  conditioned. She js happy lo he home afler  her ijooo mile trip. ^  Gitests at i\\p Tin*ilaya.litime j*fst wpek  were Mr, and tyys. HiU.tyjtsli of Qliavva,-  with sons ,Jerpm.v, Lesley aifd Ant body.  'Tlie new owners, of ihe Francis Stone  home at Welcome Beach are Waiuja and  ���Phillip Best from. Wliitpliorsq, Yukon.  ; A patient ip St, Mimy's. Hospital is  Blackie .Petit,.suffering-with an injury to  his hack.  Introduction  ,  Soon to become a jf-ai*nilic*r figure on  Ilu- Sunshine Cpast, wiih his beautiful ('almation -Lika, Father Ernest  l.ehner pictured with Alderman .Joe  Benner of Sechell:--pom'es here from  Ocean Palls where he was, priest for  2 years. Fat her Leh.net** was horn  and educated in Switzerland, where  he taught in both private and public  colleges for 9 years. He came to  ��� Canada 10 years ago ami has worked  in the parishes of Holy Rosary 0va~  thedral and St. Patrick's, Vancouver,  and St. Edmuds on the North Shore,  lie succeeds Father Kenny, who is  now Chaplain at Mount St. .Joseph's  Hospital, Vancouver.  av'lllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill^  1    ' '  E  &   $  ARE YOU MISSING THE  BARGAINS?  Runat>put,  Wringer Washers,  Chrome Sets, Office Desk,  Water Pressure Tank.  Located -behind. .    .  MocGregar Pqcific Really Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C.  diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir  ��������MIMMt��MWMtl<M'*M��MMMti''MMW��^^  '   ��� " '" '���'     ��� *- ' * ' ' ���_ '     '   ' . ' ��� ��� ' ��       I    '      " ' ������--.���.'��� ���     . ���  ',^if^it^ixr}~^^  ^^00^U00,  immM0^mm*mmMH*00+nn*m0*0nq/^nnnMni0n0innnm000*m0mnmnmmm0m0nmn*nA*  the Other-.Guys  Country V\festern 0ond  SATURDAY, AUGUST 28th  p.m.  1 a.m-  CHINESE SMORGASBORD  5 COURSES  SATURPAY -,-' A|(i0 p,Mr-9iO,Q P.M.  Sl/NPAy^-JSiOO P.M, - 0|00 P.M.  A.lulL $1,95 """     ChlMrun UijJor 12 *1.2S  ,���,  . SMmmAr,. Hon rt Jn. Bf In*! ..Nf>w t   Dfnlno "'���'"* Oj����n 'TH V|3Q i��.w,;  Drlvo In Wln.low O|iori 'Til 11)30 p.m,  Socholt  Phono 005 2311  TO  ***��*'*M'>*��*MM��aW��MW'W��^  #%h*mtn**m  Nloodmwj Rods  Titlmlor  ,  the Bait Byckefs  . ,),i, ��� -���*-������*�����  THESE ITEMS ARE NOT ON SALE - JUST OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES  idriMroflfrs'SPORTING"- GOODS  Head of tho Whorl, GII����ons  Phono 806 9600  **w*w��iiM��wJvw*w%fwwwwyi^^  Tlio'.C.F.L., tlio A.^.L., tho IM.JF.L.  Poliowyoitr favour!to tomit,  ooo pitX tlio anmoa nnd AIL tlio  notion witli CABLH VISION.  ��MWMrt��W��M����WMM��|a����*W��>ianoW>WWOTfW����WWM������aaVWW>����W^  a. ' ' |  |����W|.M��W��W<tWW,��a��'IWtWWWWaaaM^t<M,Mlatt,|t>^  RESERVE YOUR HONDA FOR A  TRAIL RIDE NOW!  Yon Could Bo On A Hondo Right Now!  wr Writ thi-1 authorizkp-Honda  PIAUiRS   WITH   CO/y\PmTE, PARTS,  service anp sAks:; ;       Wo rilso-lmva |0 speoc) |ij|<;o*i qnd Ui\\*}j  oi|iil|i|Hid bhi-*() lor rt��|->cilrs, pnrls oin| sor-  ( a     vice for yO.'ir hlcyclo,      ''    '  WE Umi ALMOST, EVERYTHING  Camont Ecpilpmont, Hondas, Trailorsr Tools, Gordon Equipmont,  Wotar pumps, Lights Plants, Jack llanimors, Whcolharrows, Etc,  Wn nin upon 7 (loy.s uA'ook .) o.m, * H:30 "|i,ir*��. -���"-* 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.  ,      Phono 8852818    -,  SUWSHBME REMTALS JJ  VW��Ml��WWW��|aMWia��W.W��l����rM'W>>WMMIMatin��a��^WamWa^  SUMMER   GROCIUllB_^_NOVIXTJES^r^^.NCCIiSSn:JtS.---.  OPPN EVERY NldHT 'TIL IQf.M.  SBCHELT FAMILY MART (LTD;  Cowrlo Street p^ono 885-9825  W��wMW����w��<w����MMtw��w^(iavM>W>>ll^������w������M��tw��aaMM��alM��aMW<aaa��a^  That'll Whot Summor Is All About On  With A float From CIIH'i, Cliffs,Hoi  Evarythlno F��' Atjiiatic Fun From Canons  __.,��� To,Sjiooil Ppate,_P *roj����� I m; Toi*a y. .  ��f**i  *-"*a^V  \5^M  Sflcholt  Plionq 805-9832  '^~**'J^*'*^f~''^*''t'rH-'^~"'^r(n--"-'*---^7-,*-~-^^  J1  i  *   ��<##����.����,��  f��^^IW^^Mffi|**yiW^U"*��Wlt'M^|*f��JWiffPI^  ���^^i^-i^V^ ^ ff1 Pif  ytf&QMftf tf Jto-igst4&r'  iLUlJW-4^IM'lltl^^'^J��^*'g^ 1 * «,-
i    "
i "*!
li     -
<    t JT
I      ,"*
»       .    >
J    '
(■1.  J
North Road. Gibsons, B,C.
-Sat t*rdtty, -Aug.T^B"
From 10:00 Q.m,
Sunday, Aug. 29
Jf-'*- "-"-^FrerH"! 0~q^mT~™^~^
Page B-6
4 W%WI!*M*v.S«'
The Peiiinsulq Timea
Wednesday, August- 25, 19? 1
Saturday, 9 p.m.
For   Information   Phone 886-7734
ST. STEPHEN'S Anglican Churchy Vancouver was the scene of a- pretty June
-wedding when Anne Elizabeth'Cameron,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
S.  Cameron  of Madeira  Parle,  B.C.   became   the   bride   of   Mr.   Syb'rand. Dirk
Feenstra, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred  Feenstra  of  Port  Coquitlam,   B.C.
Rev. H, Ohdfield officiated at tfife double ring ceremony which took place June
19th, 19?1, at 6.30 p.m. ***T*"
Given, in marriage,by her father, the
bride wore a short wliite crepe, sleeveless
dress  and foat  ensemble with  shoulder
Band Room
Latest addition to Elpfitnstqn£ sec
ondary School is the *mu**io room,'pictured on the.- leftj attached to. the. com-*
mercial wing with the Science wing
in the haekgjpoundv The., new room
which can also he used as a classroom was built by the school maintenance dept. and local contractors.
Variation of fluids from school'con-
length veil and carried a ldveiy bouquet   structicm referenda was approved by
Victoria and an expenditure of $13,500
was authoi'ised for the new project,
which should be ready when "school
commences.   " -
Anglic-an Church ¥ancou¥eri
for cioilible ring cireinony
x: *
"V *
■o -
., '
j, i.
J       t
4  i
ta    '.
.■A   .
'   '■*
t  -
v *
- ■V/WviiWikm
of white-daisies, yellow roses and babies
breath. -.-__■*_■-..
Attending the bride was Mrs. Norma
Dingman of Vancouver, B.C., who wore
a short yellow crepe sleeveless dress pp<:\
carried a bouquet of whitp daisies and
babies breathy
Best man was Mr. Clarence Martin Sand
ushers were Mr. Gus Feenstra and Mr
Robert K. Cameron. _._^j'
. The reception was held in the home
of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs
AJlan Bruce. The bridal table was centered with a three-tier wedding cake decorated with yellow sweetpeas. 1
Uncle of the bride, Mr. Allan Bruce
proposed the toast to the bride.
. For the happy occasion, Mrs. Cameron
chose a blue fortrel sleeveless dress and
coat ensemble with..'beige..a.ccesspi'ies°..and
corsage of pink apple-blossoms.
Mrs. Feenstra chose a. blue fortrel
sleeveless "dress with white accessories
and pink apple-blossom* corsage.
• During the traditional *ceTernony, Miss
Terry Cameron caught the bride's bouquet
and-Mr.' David Bruce caught the bride's
garter.'   *
The honeymoon'was spent travelling to
Fort St. John and through to Edmonton,
Calgary and the Okanagan. For the joui-
ney the bride ,wore a sleeveless white
dress with lilac corsage and black patent
accessories. The young couple will'make
their home in Vancouver.	
Guests frorh out-of-town "included the
bride's family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Cameron of Madeira Park, B.C. Mr. fiar-
ry Miller from Mackenzie.
Teh 485-2421-
**** with
Envelopes^5- Business Cards
'-. A'--:-- 1--. A:'     .-■■    '      -     '    "••■'•    "        "
Statements-Tickets,- Posters - Tags f
Jumper Stickers - Brochures -Calendars
Newspapers - Invoice -,*> Business Forms
Cefters~^Label? - Post Cards -Signs
Pitcher's arm ,r...     • ,„
To do his job -i-^: to send a balL
streaking at 00 m.p.li. on its (i0-foot76-
incji trip to home plqte' — tire baseball
pit.el.iei- llirows so hiircl that liis arm
often snaps lilw a cracking whip. The
1 Oil or more fast haJIs he throws in a
fuJJ game 1 upturn countless minute
blood-vessels* i,i his arm; tlie .15 or more
curves frequently pi,n tencipns and
gradually, inevitably, erode the bone in
his elbriw.
Does Your Club or Group report Us
Activities Regularly to The Times?
By Appointment Only
Phone 883-2602
0£     -V
(1971)  LTD,
On Ijio Whorl . OIIA-9303
Qii'nlHy IIhiimi mid 'Mnilno
lmm*mm*mm0mmmmm0mmwmmmim mm mwmy
mmm \psms
STAIIM on subtle glow
% f :Q
1      ' t
penlor for ' '
Siipor, .Kom Tcmo
(iii(| Shorwin Wllllomt*
Gibsons . 886-9533
1m0mmm00mmmmm00tmmm.1mmmmmm00.nmm mm
Nlcn's Wear
!0..Vy.0*JYork Clotlios
Work Gloves
jwi iMwiiwt 11 mi mi »uu mtmmm* 0m*
Prohorvo llin im;»I|c loiiK o| woucl pardon Jtirnlluio whllu
(JdilliKj'fi fnn<:;flui 1 ouch o| color, Slain on f.olpr -wllli t,all(i
f>ubl|b OAlorior idtilnuf  Yoiir fumlluro will  luivo a woo;!^
Wuitl l<> hrlghlon up ci brick wall or plcinior In l»ick
yard or porrlon? Try coaling your masonry surfneo lii a lilfjb-
fjlo!.-, .onamol—Ibo  kind   qspcclrtlly   dosltjnetl. |or   oMoflor
ma."ionryl Tbo bright, shiny siiffheii""Will odd a"voiidor"of".
mo<!ornlty to update your gcirdon bcittlngl
Ulvnn-up wrougbljron pallo lurnlluro wilb color! l.-nv
biilllMv niolul curvoh cnvl .curlicues with ji coal ol'"coiillntj
lurt|Uo|!»«i or limn- —or ci, -upkjt.li.of blmmorliig y«"Howl
1  A lli»k«l-a-|ti8»kol-7-put your mall In a Ixir.kel!  \mU*u\
of llio trlarukml m?lal-mpMI*H*w/-™hnrtrj or Yi-lrkftr brnkorfrorrf*
your front doorl Paint ft in■*n>*fct>tiY«*-ftin"'nn|oh^r(niTidlt|nrint*
bu» for'annlgbloonlb contury'' flavor.  I:v«n bills will look
bol lor In such a brlgblrccopioclci! .     . ,....-.
"Times. AdBriofi"
mightV midgets
/^oTumifif ft liiuiuii
.   ',   .     ,       ., ,, .    ,.      ^   a    .■  . .        -
'iuiuliliHi Coatt
Hlgltwny noqr ,
Phono 886-2000
0*.m*n,M**,mw..*,*.,0„L„,„ „„„*»
Highway Patrol
(QUESTIONS  pertaining "W traffic   law3
and driving methods can be submitted
tu Const. lion Mangan, c/o'The Peninsula
Times, Box .310, Sechelt, B.C.)
Q. Being from Alberta and taking up
residence iiv British Columbia, I'd like to
*kn0\"7tlie laws regarding changing of driver's licence and plates?
A. Yoii have 30 days from taking up
residence in B.C. to get B.C. plates and
six months t'o-get a B.C. driver's licence.
Q. What can'be done about slow drivers on'Hwy. 101 ? I'-ve seen 15 cars and
more backed up beliind a slow moving
car in a .50 m.p.h. zone at 30 m.p.h. for
five or six miles. ,     *
A. The law on this is quite clear and
charges would be laid either by yourself
or the police. The law states, ", .. No person shall drive a motor-vehicle at such
a slow speed as to impede.or block tjie
ponnal and reasonable 0iov{enient of traffic ..." Three demerit points for lliis
Q. Jf I'm .going down tlie highway .and,
there isn't a car in sight at 3:30 in thu
morning, um ! required by law to put
ori my".'turn signal when turning'.'
A. Under thqse circumstances—NO,
The only time you tire,required tp signal
is when traffic may lie affected by the
turning of a vehicle. An you can Hep, the
importunl words are "MAY BE Al.*'-
FIf,CTtiD", ' •■
Q, Do I have io giit off 'Ilia'highway,
when an ambulance, fire engine or police
car comes, towards..mo?. ,    •
'A,' Ynu are i*(jqniied to give the right-
of-way ,regard|ess  if   the   vehicle  is approaching you from tlie front or tljo ran*
uKSiiiriing it lliis' ifn red li'glil  aiid Kirun
Dliiji'iiting. This iiieiuis lliat yui, shall im-
rnediiiluly   rli'ivo   to   a   poiiilldu   pariilliil
to und ns dowi us pimslblo to l.|-u nnurest
'edge or mirb of llie roadway, "diour of'no
'inlerfinollnn, und RHAMvSTOP AND im
JVIAIN Unit pn.-illlon iinill'(lit) emorgoiicy
vcihlclo Iiiih .lunu-fiil, TJIHIQW i^lfOrNTH.
Q, Cioi 1 um" my fug llgiilH Inn I owl
of my iK/uilllghlH? •'
A,  Nol  unle-iH there In hm
Q.J have a toy (log on Hie rum* window
deck ul' my cur--the ciyim hllnU nn mid
off wlrnn I Hlgiiiil   In IIiIh okuy?
A, Nn, Only liMli|n. inula hitripH nf Iho
typo ii|-rpovod hy llio Hup't of Motor
VoIiIiiIoh mn nllowoil "and ho liiimi't got,
around lo iippruving Uiis lypu add .don't
hold -your liroaili Iiooiiiino -1 don't lliink
' lit) nvui' will, ' .   , '
Q, Poiih my Dioliii'-cynld rnqu'lrii it roar
vlow  mirror?
A,, Von—All tnolor vehlitlim i'(if|iil|ii n
.riiiii, v|nw mirror, ,
Q, Wlial until iIik-h llio Monhiili High-
wuy 'I'ldiiil I'oviiiV,
A, Wo (Colin, lion Mini/tun nnd■('onnl,
DihiIm HiijiIwi) vnvny from Purl JVlollon lo,
,,...4^ u I u i»., .„„,„„ .„ „..„„^^. „.,^.,,1»:,„™„,.,,,„^«„.^^,.«„„.,,„.w* „»,KL.„™,,U,. ,,,«^„
T|-i of Iho Woolu Many of our ninl-
doiilu, |»irU<:iiliirly norllc of Hci'Jiolt nro
unuiiod hy voliiiiloii I'liiMHlu/t over ihoronlro
Dim, Thin cioi lio uvoldoij to Nome i|o;{ioo
by drlvorti piiylmt purl li-.'ii I in- olluoliou lo
llmlr locution in rol'illoii In llm rmilrn lli'n
mi ( woJ/l lukliiM it • iduni'd nl iivoiy np-
prd-it'lilii'i vulili'lu'rt iioNlildn In loliilion
to lh« contro' il»o,"",
All "The Luv t'slnt" products are quality guaranteed,
and carry tha seal of quality approval. "The Luv
Paint" is a. firstqu^lity national professional
decorator brand of paint. You wp uid qxpect to pay a
premium prica .for this outstandino quality, but
bpcause we mada. ft Just for, ypu, thp homplover,
you'll find It; sttractJyply priced. jB'-jy "l^ijy" npw by
the quart, by the aaJlorh Pc-jntotl tjh-a beauty of
"Luv."' ' "        ■
Buy |t at
M ARS m AUI1WE lillSl
Sechelt      '■'• ■ Phone 885-9828
00 ^IkrVh/* **.<0m Aw».rf||
FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.rrii.
.        INDIAN HALL
Jackpot $300
• ,   j|7S TO GJO
t>       '     '        '
^laft^vi.a^.iiii.r.i.i.iaf ..Ti*.
4 f        v
•iVrt-t+WVtWrt^ *A W.%*
W|do nilo norpbooks
Spocjql ^rA.r.-.^. .-,.,...
1 Complete with Thermos
Special ,   ....
TANG ■1™"'
}9 on,
.Clark'n Tomofo nr
' V"JJ« I iit»lw"5oii|i71 t)'p0\7
Vi Mile from Sochplf on Highway lb|  ~r* 005-9336
i   M   ii   '   '*    < M   I V J.. *    ,   *   , ''«1i/V4#m'    r«'li.n*^H,i'*!l*-|l     lft0ittti$*t§il.*    •*»##/»»■*»*•.«■•#.••*,«
•*       „ ^   -        - -r, ,"^ * „ .       , ,,      I ' , ,. -»-.-•-     -.A-* *«■*-"
* a 0* J»   \ ,* •. * A A. * AAAjs#t«<'l4K>AAAAA.^^Ai/AAAAAA-/>AArf>iAAAA^j(|A/^ 4^« fr 0*0+.* 0* rf *
• *> 0* 0* 00
t^^   *«*   » ^   t  *.   *  h  k
' 0t 4.1 ** *' J** t*t ^ ** * ***-*■* m ■*■ ts\0^m,^*if00i0^..-**.flr*rm^0 r*^*, u* . **fli=r^w-*i ���  , n   "I   *>  "  Wednesday, August 25, 1971        Tfrp Peninsula Tipies Pggo g-j?  r*t  -*  *&.  ���-���* ���*- -j^  ))  > ���*      '*���"     ��ri  V  j, f., y^  \  \  I  I  0*tyr v* wwy��v  1*^ /  /I  iJ***^  &  7' -V*  "..<   ��-V   5-      a.    ���  ���^aaaV^A^^  "r-ferf^-  ^ "     ^      a-^i-      \.-*    ^  ii.���5^^-"a  "Hai.  .*a "--. *">*   >.^-\��  '   ' '  Safe Motoring  l-'HEEVVAVS   are   dU^m-it    roads   from  those- most Canadians know best, says  the  B.C. Automobile Association.  Broad,  smooth and uniiUpiTupted |or mile upon  mile, they aie free'from cross traifie, leaf-     OPEUATION SAM���  fie lights apd pedestrians.  Abandoned $qrs...   "   ' ���  Minister launches campaign  for province-Wide clean-up  EHATION SAM-the campaign to rid    lo "recover the'capital Cost ��,mhe equip-      '" "le '"ac-hint!,. Kecreatian and Con-  British   Columbia's   landscape   ot;   in-,7     trienl  but  that   the operation should   be     s>L'r'a,ron  MinislBr  Kenneth  Kiernan  To Visit, Sunshine Coast  New cojnpaclot- machine will crunch  nlil car bodies into saleable 'metal  pallets as the provincial government  siarts ils canjpaign to round up abandoned aulos thai litter the British  i uluiiibia landscape. In a trial run  ol the machine,.Uecieatian and Con-  ft? V.j \*NV  J     *- vJ ���>%���"��,  fi-"     X---.^- a-   - V V  I'V^..-*\-*������-'-v \  m .odnway. -ins is necause oi suci, iuc-     mobile car body compactors bought by the'   more   Frames  .,-affic moving in ppopsite directions and The   hydraulic-press   compactors   take     imW aS".^  hoped   that   monicipalities   will  e junk eutos into lots of 50 or  gill lay the"   more. Frames are not to be removed byt  V gas tank's; tiresahH rims must be'removed.  It is desirable also to remove seat pVisIi-  restrictions as to use by pedestrians and     car u^ "and"��-Snch thTm ��  lift     !,��^! ??* ^^1 *M h^ies, rep^ent  ..i ....:���.. .���u:-i__ *"*'   '"u"''-s -'fia ciyncn litem down tp a     a   high--scrap value  and  should  not  be  ,metal heap  It) irtohes high. .   1 compacted.  <-,.������,, . 11 ���     !��� ���        .. 'The.anti-lizzie program was launched The  cnmoactiiip  service  will  Iip fiw  freeways     seldom,   should     review   the     j)v   Mr   Kiernan   tn  riUm.sp  nf   -.���   ocn i mm"1��m-*i--,  m-i \ ice  win   oe nee  ...... ,   . ... "i   '���"'���   ivteinan   io ^dtspose  ot^ an  esti-     where the government is given possession  nned  to sell  1 metal  is not -giyeh  . it will charge  Neva-,- *,��� wi*,..��,- .iT��,- poor B^ie-oroff'zyA^JTAZ ��fij z I*)"viSi^te at?  ^^s,ss:;. ~s��'S ^��&ic:;  i,.wk ' '._,_fa,_..        '' ,,1C 'Ms? ppmj*>*JMoi   iinu op the, basis pt     la or to seryp other areas of |he province.  "���'���**���-��� 0,     ���   ��� r ... .    , aPPhPf-tions received. A biiUplip was set)f '        "���  ---Btny off freeways if you fire t.ire.d., 0u( earlier to regional districts, inunici-  sluopy, emotmnally upset or for it'ny rop- , paliliea and  nulii. wreckers  apd������ ��� sdvp'mi**-  .son not normally alert. , enquiries alreadyaiave^been-reeeivedT���^~-  (light) shows ^steel company executive G. I H. D' Ilobhs how the car  bodies are loaded into the mobile  hydraulic press, compactc*)!'.      ~7  >1 ���<*��  this advertisement is not published of displayed by the liquor Control  Board or bv the Government ot British Columbia.  PHILIPS FWPS MORE  Olf.  -NEAH^AMMlEIHrllGYPT^7^-  tln'ill->'i" '���" . *     "'        milps south of ihe "oij field a'| A'amein.'1  "!-  llo said the government does not iiitend     A test we|l flowed a| 75ft barrels a day.  __   _ . ...... "T"1���"*'  lEYpUAnETHmtaNGOf BUILDim A  HOME, THEN HERE ARE 4 GQOP  REASONS TO SEE THE MAN FROM  , -.,                ...   .  ,                .                   _ _.---l^. ^^_iHily3aiJfi_bp.en-received-  ��� --������Vnu--mtty-Tli-ntHt-e(MtveniBnt-to'aiSD "We aVe now assenibUng the support -The Phillips Petroleum 'Copipapy has  siirliice   streets   diiiing   limits   nl    peak _ ecmipmonl.and the first crewof men are in iinnounced the discovpry of a pew oil Held  CMiiMcslion   Jl  is  ulwiys  11  good   idea, to training. A spcond crew is now being re-, in   Egypt's -western   desert,   about   -four  have-nn alternate route- 111 mind in, case                      -    '         ���-.-���������**����� ..   *��� *        -.?-.-.-��� ���a--.'-   >  of freeway i*nngi.s|lon. '  --���li'nter a  freeway iih nearly as pos-  siblo, ul, Iho ,*s|)0(k|  of .||in traffic in  the  une you are* eiilering,' except where i.t  I'Mliniil bn done sufoly iir.whcri! pinvciilod  by ,u HTOI' tiiftu. ...,.-'  -��� -Pon'l' follow bio iiIonoIj" iho- our in  I'rniil, Many of the anciileulK 011 I'reownys  Uio ciiiiNorl by folluwini! loo closely,  -������Avoid KUdilo'ii Hldwing down and  .'���Uildiiil slops. If iiiiiiyuiiliiiifi: n'vi) iip-  i||ii(liiil(!, Clour warninli hy hand ulnnKl  and pump broken In llui-li ronr liglili-i.  ���������������Avoid   I'llllll/tlli/t   JlllH.'.S   l.'Xri.'pl    wlllili  imcei-.-'iiry, limn lib surn*lo hIkiiiiI "yo'nr  uilniitioii lo do .'in,  , ��� -Neviir Htnp, In n lioowny Ihihi I'or  11 Unl lire, Drii'i* on ll iiulil ymi run ||cl  ciiinplnlnly off Um I'rouwny. A iinwjiro or  um in i<lii.i|ipui' Ihun 11 I'lOmnd.  ��� I'isiIcnIiIihi,'. linvn no plui'i' on 11 ��� l'rnu'k  way, IJ n hroiildlown urourii, pull off Iho  wf'Mliiy In your,i-iii* ninl (litipliiy n dls-  ii'Mim filiiniil.Niich |ii>' 11 hiijidluVii'liiof lied  ,lo llin rninjiililii door IiiiihIIh or rmllo  .-iifliniim, or riilm* lliu cm* In 1011 |o iillrnjil  illluiilIbll lo iiU'cJuiulciiJ dll'llcnlly.   ,,   Waloli ynni* rcinr vl.ow/inlrrni', Know  who mul wind in liiililud yilu, how cliiniily  limy lire fnlluwliiit, nud Imw I'iimI limy nVn  ii|i|iroiii'hlii)t, '   Di;|vi! nl aiJin lipno'd of ol Iiiii* 1 ruffle  i'h ynMi' llniu, TIjIh In uifl oi)|y'l|-o iml'iml,  iiiomI iioiirhioiiii nml |ili,'iiiiiuil wny lo ilnlvii  Hm ll'iiuvviiyii, ||   In imiiully  lhn only |nw-  '"i;^i��,v. , ,  , .���l'.);,':o,"^ ���'   ������    ���  -.iUiijjiiJjEiiijrjannj,i��jijjj;!iiriijijjjiijiiiij^!iijjijj*^  , a 1. . 1 1 ,      I  m WILL SHOW YOU THAT!  "X" MARKS  "SOLD"  ^ilif^y^ffiMy  '���R^^TS  1^  ^ADIO IU TELEVISION  (lonlnr (or;  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD ,,  ADMIRAL .PHILIPS  ���(i <l< Hi Hi  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  >li H< >l> fr  FURNITURE  Hi, 006.3,280" QliismsyPC,  iil��llll!fll^  1    11) Volumo buying onoklos m io olvc ?nn mofo for ypur  '���    moiiciy tlmn ymi |Iiohq|)| poii|bJp,,  12) Ponvof'ii FHE*" plan book olvw�� yon moro than 80 ||  ,      |inmui |o clipdio from nrjil thai-you con ollortl,     . __,  (3) Bonyur     iiidi     llio     niqil-iip-lo-JtilQ     coiiUniction m\  mullmili,         ' H^  ���,���.,���...������.��. f ^ j i- p c rt| v e��*J*- *:*<�� n *-**" p r<) y Ma -'* jo n"'"��f * o"'*"'< P 01 ***" f ruiA'-Vc |fn ��""*�� r"*"*vv III '*''* pixg  ���"'   ohI'm In arrnntiliia N.H��A<, V.I.,A, or your choice of tM  financing, Iwg  DROP IN OR r\iQM TODAY AND BE IN YOUR 11  NEW HOME" pEfaRE YOU KNOW IT. ^  Mcq| Rojirosuntntivo;                      ���  ' tm  Mr, Pen Cameron - Plm/ie: R2Z��06ff '"m  DEVELOPMEIMT BY  CO. UP.  PHONE  885-9767    :  005-9342  A  Phono or drop In torlny,  Mf>mnpie sunshine HEimiWf  J  'M  I*  Enioy a smorgmlwrd #{ Hie tlnont dining room on the Crumb  The Cmn Martinet offerrt went tnod, friendly jwwlmnml  ti bountiful view, Come out tit I a wooHblld,  mn m 1  1 I .uuil     1. ��� r i    11 ....ijjin.uiiiniiiiii 11-iii-iii-in-- "^ " '" 'i -���--���   V'," ' "   ���-"������|-|i���'1" 11  for REseRVATioNs phowp m^^n  &  3��l    1/ If ICLKUltez  ON THE WATenFHOHir AT, DAVIS BAY  "A ,it',','. '*'.,�� ,��� Xi 1 $ * ,Lt,��t',t j i'vi   1 ' - *'  -ram*i I  f   I ,    <      1 ,      t   ,   .   , I   I  �� t ��� (ft * 1** *  .  ���      \  ���S      Ar  I I  "M  ir>ii  ? ft  \ *l  t i  11  ���*<  &wPa&^a.^M^aaa��%-  ��*j*3.*   **  Jf a. ���* *'** .'.,;''*i:u*'--<nn y.r'^'O^T^H^cYrYv** vr* \ v ctw-��> <���< n *%>-* t ���* r** (w '^^\w -r*rY>>xv**oc*xxvrrvfr*^^ x w^-***-***^-*'*-*^^^*^^  '-.--=,*v   '.-���.:��� ���" ���'���"''���      ��� ���   ������'.   '"'������. .'     -.   -    --���" '   vv���''������'.������.;.; :������;.'��-���>���*���'������   t--v \ '.-������ .* v:.r.-'���������.-.���������:������-'-������ *-.j$  ..-.*-. .'.,��.*' ��� ' ��� iv '��� '.. ** ���      .       ; . -    **      i "~fr~���,  Travelling Arqixrid  Page B-8      *     The Peninsula Tlm^B  Wednesday, August 25, 1971  -by Mary Tinkley  ._r\  S<ife Mooting  -.'.I  TH"-"* NORTHLAND, Prince, leaves Vancouver every Tuesday throughout the  year Jor'a six-day voyage ahing tlie B,C,  coast as far as the Alaslta border, carrying  freight and passengers to and from the  town's, canneries and industrial centres  along the route. It is a scenic'voyage, fo|-,  fcnyihg the Inside Passage, into fjord-UHe  inlets with towering mountains on .either  ���side, - sometimes not more than a {few  hundred feet from the ship, The Northland Prince is 329"ft, long and,has cargo  space for 4000 cubic tons and accommodation for 110 passengers,  Four of tlie passenger.*3 on a recent  trip were Mr*, and Mrs. Win Fraser of  Eureka and Mi\ and Mrs, Jim Fras'ev-of  Vancouver. They found it to be a perfect  intendent*; df .^flptqi*"*- "Vehicles' j.o suspend  fpr at 'Jt&at fflie;.h*)pnth, the licences of all  driver^ ctjnvjpteij of impaired dt:iyingi  wi^rTKmaTTAf r vV*~ **"��� t* i *-y- -~rt***����� *~ ���-Tfre-AUtfvney*Geneval-spiel' ^'ihat qll-  ���KS?U^  IfT f*y^- rt'W"   etfww**mii*nd& p the Province have  volume^,   inore  nqUceqt^le   m . recent     stenned-ub Dro^erammes of traffic -enlarcZ  Leaving \he inlet by-Pean. Channel and  Cqusin Inlet, the Northern Prince called  at Ocean Fadls,.^ Crown Ze'lerbach pulp wee!  and paper processing plant. Crossing MU-  bank Sound, it entered a region of narrow channels* between high peaks to Bute-  hoUday, restful and relaxing. The food dale which has storage.^capacity for a -prists W us?'p| .\i\\e '^o^Vc^'cautWn SaUBrtt^TolSla^  wa? excellent, with four good meals a day     million pounds of fish, The channels were    and   thoyghtfulness'><; Uipy  travel   the    ElS*lift  being served, dotted with fishboats of all .kinds-Seiners,    lngbwayH,�� The .heayy, }n?raase in .traffic * ffi %,B\[,'SoAah^avm^?  Apart from a slight drizzle of ram at     fidlnetters and trollers. .Another series of    leaujts from itfapy*-touTista *viaiting Brtt"-      m       ���'    '   m*     Q   Highways pafei.  Bella Coola, the weather was fine through-     channels broughrthem to KiUmat where    ish Columbia,  and the increasing trend The   first '  fish tar^m-*   ovnorimonts  out the trip and passengers were able to     a familiar siuht. ��aetetl the  pvp? of ti-,Q    of British.Onlnmhin rPBiriRn+s <i<* iTnn^iir,., +M.-.   + . \.-, r^JJ^^rb. pxponmaprs,  nwyuiiq**  .7?  kf*  '*  vi  ���ji  i  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  ,i  *n  Legion. Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  y  ���4*  sit on deck enjoying a panorama of magnificent scenery and watching the discharging of cargoes of culver pipes, cars, heavy  equipment, and the loading of refrigeration' cars' packed with fish. There were  many  American    passengers   who  were  a familiar sight geeted  Bill Frasers. -At the  Beaver' and they wev<  to thea crow whom u,ey hadhelped entav.   thou destination-, in K a-Hsh,-iiiovidep i, ' ate'd-'\yWthapB*'-;'d'To'trout,' at^nl*****^  tarn dmtne the viant of the Beaver to    direet conflict with the ��� toairiat vH��' is  ��� it, the".Sean-i they dwiucl, -began to fiffd.  ew Management  as of Se^lember 1st  I at ' % *  Mrs. DIAWWE ALLEN  !    (��W\   \  Welcomes Ypu - '  (  cchei! Betsuiy Salon  C6wris St.' ' 885-2818'  &t*  $'*.���>  Tv -  rl        r.  -*** \ ,'  p,  a.  IS .'li  HaJfmoon Bay. Nearing tlie end of their  Centennial toiu of duty, the members of  going qyer a scenic highway for the first    /out through t)ie use of fish tags,  time and wants to. take in our specta-  nM)iwii��iiiiwm*  ^tttluisia-rticrnrrnhBiT-'-appTecrata^ ���eidar-seenery.-Tolerance-is-needed-by^   scenery. ��� , last call at New Westminster. both of these types of drivers: One need!  |'!l'JlWMtyliljflU|IM|IIIIIIW^  dll  The ship journeyed north through Seymour Narrows, no Ringer the hazard it  was before" the blastuig of Ripple Rock,;  but still an exciting experience with its  'tides boiling through the .'narr&ws at  speeds Up to 14 knots.  Passing the, fishing boats and totem  _poles of Alert. Bay, tlie ship left: tlie  shelter "-of "Vancouver Island and entered  the open waters of the Pacific. It made  a call at Namu where a B.C. Packers can-  nery'has been established since 1893 and  continued for a 60 mile cruise through  Burke Channel where salmon, herring  and-halibiit boats were hauling in their  silver harvest.. At the head of the inlet  is Bella Coola where Alexander Mc-  Kenzie, the' first. man to cross Canada  by land, arrived in 1793. It is now a busy  Jogging and fishing centre.  -a-Jar  GIBSONS ROD AND GUN CLUB  j CHARLIE BURNS MEMORIAL  1971  - .1   pan.  PLUS  OTHER BIG  BORE  COMPETITION  SHOOTS  JFor trophies and aggregate award  you  must  bring  your own rifle.  Bring two boxes of,ammo in case of ties.  llllillll  IHI1I111  IM  Kitimat, the home of the Alca'n smelter, to slow down a little and the other needs  is five miles  irom  the wharf,  but  our to PuU over a little more frequently to  travelleis  were able to hire a taxi- and, eliminate  long lines' of cars  wanting tQ  while   the   ship    loaded   and   Unloaded Pa?5* M*v |sefei--son  e^Phasiz^s that the  freight, they liad time Co explore this mod^ practice qf". tbese two ?lmpje points will*,  ern city with ifs beautiful residential areajj save, lives  and: ' reduce'^nvirig  fru^tra^   ���  By way of Douglas Channel and Qrani tions .wlupfe areihe rootof many accidents.  ville Channel, the ship approached Bri^ga������Jlraijer   and   rampey-Amits   are   seen���  Rupert, the fishing capital of the nortiv >n ever increasing quantities,'and are often  and a busy logging and pulp centre. Bur? involved in traffic line-upsi on hills, The  ing the past few^years^many new r��sU Department pf  Iljghwaysi is  developing  deiitial    subdivision's     have   spTung   up many passing  lanes to ease  this.'. situa-  around the old town. Still pressing rtbrfhr tion,   "out* thpughtfulness^Vpy 'ifeivgiis   dlf  ward, the ship made a brief call at Port these units o^n be a great factor in tlie  Simpson which Mrs. Fraser had visited in increase qf traffic safety.  1926  and  which  shfe   found  had  grown Mr- "Pftersqir draws attention  to the  considerably. Passing the--estuary��� Of the wel1 established fact that 7��%  of single  Nass River, they called at Alice Arm at qar  accidents  whiqh'-resfttt in  aj-d|gth1  the liea'd of Observatory Inlet, where a and 50% qf a jl traffic,. accidentfeg^*rvfng  reduction plant is bejng built for the B.C. deaths,  m*e  ones  whicli involve  drivers  Molybdenum  Company. who have been drinking. Today's traffic'"*"  Cruising up the" Portland Canal, yHth 'eiwi^s that all drivers be alert, Drinking  Alaska on one side and the mountains before driving dulls tlie..reaction's and ���  of British Columbia on the other, the ship .other abilities so nepessary in perform-  reached its most northerly point, Stewart, inS the function of driving safely. Drink-  surrounded by. snow covered mountains infi ^n*} driving simjPly dp pot mix* and,  and majestic waterfalls. It Was a booming a11 (frive"S *��re urged' to kefep.. this -in  'mining town at the turn of the century min$ both-'for tlieir own safety and that''  and has recently received a new lease of ��* other highway users. Mr. Peterson re7  life with the moving in of Granduc Mines. m-��"ds drivers of tlie policy of the Super-  With heavy cargoes to be loaded and  unloaded, the ship was behind schedule *>���  most of the journey, On the last day of  the voyage; several hours after they were  due in Vancouver,, the passengers were  having dinner as the ship passed Within  sight of.Nor'West Bay which the Frasers  ..?."��tt, home. They, were close enough to .be.,  able to pick out the home of their neighbour, Ed. Cook, gleaming in the evening  sunshine. It was-a delightful and interesting trip, they say, which they would  have no hesitation in recornmending to  their friends.  ; '***��**"*" �������������������������� mMm'm * * ***'jn'* y*,~f,h.ttnm00��i  '!  Classified AdBriefsi reach neqrly  2,^00 harries ,every week.  Use them for'steady; low-cpst  advertising.  THE TIMES  Sechelr, B.C. Phpne 885-9654  ���'V'^^f'nfvvvv^wviiinnnrvvvviiMWMMMMWwvvirvvTaavvvw i  .:  i  It* A HvX&i&l ^AiSini JJiLy. \\  00  THE i^TIST IN SLACICS  PRICES RANGING FROM $12.00 TO $16.95  DENIM FEMES AiVD BOOT JEANS  GWG AMD  LEVIS  ARROW SHIRTS WITH SATURN COLLARS  HICKOK SHIRTS - IMew and Colorful  ]   Look for BrrgcaBBis on the Remainder  . ��� * - ���'���.*. ' 'vr-** ���  KIMITTEP   SPORT   SHIRTS:    Reg.    $6.00   for    $3.99  Reg.    $5.00   for   $?:99    Reg,    $4,50   for   $2,99  GWG FLARES ���*, Reg.   $8,95 for $5.95  AND  OTHER     BROKEN  LINE     SPECIALS  ���j- A  v' ir. -J  *��� at i  #,y,  Ai-  t V  fj'l  ���" -ltir~  Gibsons Phone 886-2116  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiitiiiiiiiijiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii*r  A tf&J  ���*"*$.  ft1  S*aya  rjlv*  mi  i\J  y  m  hn  l#  I  ���!�����*��  :^'m  t o   .flo\  W-fA  J&iT  J  ** ~*       >*^    I r*i    I a  t   a  \m*mm  n  G>  r^iO  0*.r-~&  ��&*  I)  ^arlwA*     / ^ rfr#7��W  c^>  ��i-'    ai   <  ��-IL.  SEVEN FARMS, GRADE A LARGE, Doz.  Maxwell Houso, 1  lb. pkg.  Breakfast or  Pure Pork," lb.  Carnival, 3 pt.  ctrt. ,...,,;.,.  ��� im tmii'M  C>  m  vj^  E ���jm\m\ Oj  Orange Crystals  ' ���  Strawberry Jani  Peanut Butter  i ���*���'..'  Pork & Beans  Tana' *%  7 ox, i $*  Malkln's  24 ox,  far  34 a*.  Uqltcr Buy  Malkln's j  h a*; ; ;  Paper Towels ^,q Twm  Liquid Detergent %Z2  Oats  tor  Slews ^r  Mazola Oil  for  'for"  Robin Hood  Quick, 5 ll>, bog  Christies  13 ox,  0.  LP  "*"STJ3  Boneless, lb ,,..,;...  m  Fresh, Loan, Ih   iw^wwanwwi, ���,���,,,,���,,���,,,,���M[I>|,M.JMW|<|>|||||  California Seed loss, I It.   Graham Wafers f;  ,00  Malkln's  14 ox, Cliolco  .00  ,..',  32 ox,  Garibaldi  Macaroni Dinners ���  ox,  -.-.for-  for!  Donnlohrooh,  2 lb., pltg, ,,,,,,,,  OKANAGAN, FREESTONE  laical Ifo/jd,.  )>y: ,,,.',-,-.���' ....  MMMMMMMMH  ,,  s, ,  Hm*.  Njn^  Iff  i i  fi hi  ll     all  m P  It Availiihlo  at  Competitive  .    Prices  ;.,  QUART (32 ox,) BALI*  \J  ll f   ' I " "     ' ��� "   | ��� '���   " -    '       ��� i mm ii' j.. a. ii. i,.���.  , , ���-,.':'���     i ', ''"���'' fi       ,  Prlcoa Effective: Thuniclny, AMgust 2Q to Sntiirdoy, AMfluat 28  m*f*r ,  *%  �����0p$fl&00JlM0*l>.  m  &W?"V  a  ^jj  t       a  ���^   /  \  TRAIL PAY CENTRE: - SECHELT  v^i  '.Ail.  FRjESH...BAKED DAILY.:'"   ^-***?*��  Wa Renerta tho Wobt To-Mmlt Qunntltl��f ��� ,' ,,  iw- ft -*.  \  '��7/7/.  7/7/7/7/7��7n/y/7nnn/7nnnunnn��7nnnn/7nnnnnnnAi  ��\       t ... -( 'i -       i t     ��� ��� ' ! ' * ��� l  J   ' ' ��� ;'   '     ' '        '' '   '':'    ���     ���    "l   '    ���     '  /  /O    ' i - ,��,''��� aV�� ���  r,0��fip#  \��LrL.rl0', �� r. M ,, r* 0*  . A * -aa .��*,. ,l*0r *��� r* * '0 ** aw- *,


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items