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Array 3-*-  JUL 31 TO  Clean operation...  o  West Canadian Graphi  1606 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver 9�� B.C..  '.j'ies Jjtd. f  E"*"P Ev J  CT""3  eL-3 eLL i  **,(,     i.. . i,...1       i.  COUNCIL   of  Gibsons    at   last  regular  meeting approved an application by  Tiki Foods tp establish a food booth at  the wharf. At an earlier meeting it was  decided to investigate the proposed operation-before granting-a permit.  Alderman Gerry Dixon said he has  looked into the matter and finds that  the company provides a good clean unit  which has. been given public health approval. However, they do not have toilets  as required by the bylaw.  Mayor Peterson agreed that the units  are clean and efficient but explained  that it is planned to put in acceptable  chemical toilets. He felt the project should  be given a chance.  Aid. Charles Mandelkau expressed the  view that while such air operation might  be fine" at Langdale ferry terminal, he  did not think it fair to permit one at the  wharf where local cafes are long established. Further, they pay year round  taxes and should get some protection;  particularly at .his time of year when  they expect to get the benefit of tourist  traffic.  Mayor Peterson said he had discussed  the matter with one cafe operator who  had stated he was not interested in this  type of traffic. Aid. Ken Goddard added  that it is possible the local cafes are not  always open all the time.  Aid. Crosby said he was inclined to  ay*���WeFm,^���,iy.��>J,a...y..i^,jy.a1,.���,j.  ,AAA   * '  '���     .**    "' Fa-''.-" T    F-a-S      *      4-   '**     t>  ��� *PT/7J.h74.f\  *w~tt**yw0>!JF~.  -%   V  RESERVOIR  With building trades resuming work,  it is reported that concreting oft^fi Regional Board reservoir, above-i3Slrna Park,  has started. Completion of the million  gallon project should be completed by  the end of August.  SPEC  RAPPED  An expensive campaign poster attempting to label MacMillan Bloedel as "King  of the pollutors" arrived on our desk recently and was transferred to the garbage  container. We note that since its distribution by the SPEC organisation, the North  Vancouver chapter of the society has dissociated itself from the slur against a  company which spends millions of dollars  annually to combat pollution.  ANARCHY WARNING  Lieut. Steve Olynk of the Montreal  police warned recently: A communist  conspiracy is dedicated to undermining  the moral fibre of our youth by expanding demonstrations and disorder. He said  that organi2ed crime is less a danger to  society than that posed by leftists, Maoists,  Castroites, Communists, jdng haired hippies, drug users and U.S. Army deserters.  SPRINKLING  Regional Board Secretary Treasurer  Charles Gooding reports'that since imposing sprinkling restrictions, the water  situation within the Water District has  improved considerably. For a while pressure had dropped to a trickle in some  of the now areas.  agree with Aid. Mandelkau but did not  think Tiki would pose any threat in  that he cannot see it proving a success.  It was moved a permit be issut-d as  requested but Aid.- Dixon suggested the  company be asked to provide rather better garbage facilities than it presently  has at Langdale,  On the subject of garbage, Aid. Dixon  reported that refuse bins at the wharf  are getting filled by residents from Keats  Island who appear to be bringing their  refuse with tliem. He said he does not  feel inclined to stop this practice because  it is preferable to having it dumped in  the sea.    .       .,  Mayor Peterson , agreed and added  that 'whilc_ Keats residents are not taxpayers in the village they are coming  over to do their shopping. Aid. Goddard  noted that the local collector is now picking up twice daily at the wharf.  Mr. Ross Gibsons wrote complaining  of the smell of refuse-burning barrels  which at times becomes so bad that he  feels almost inclined to leave the area.  He said the village garbage collection  system is a good one and feels that this  would be the better means of disposing of  refuse, rather than burning within the  village.  Aid. Goddard said he had discovered  that Mr. Gibsons does have a problem  but so far it has not been possible to  locate   the   person   responsible.  It was suggested that Alderrrtan Goddard investigate further in order to asset-tain just vyho is responsible for the  burning.  Aid. Crosby < reported that paving has  been going ahead well and indications  are that there will be an excess of  black-top which will be utilized for other  jobs such as the parking area at the  See page A-6���Turn up bottom of section  E��-3  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Eorl Cove, Egmont  '2nd Class Mall  Registration No. 1142  Union <��"> Label  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  HF   f  a     .��  V v  J/"V.  ^                                      *aa                                                 f   9       "                         *             **"*. *                                                      !-%���                            *                       "a       I  .   *���* '*'   >. 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(12 yrs.) and Glenn Little-  policy in the province, two thought- John (7 yrs.) of Granthams presented  ful young lads decided to raise funds to Hospital Administrator Tony Wage-  for St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Their makers, last week. Boys' names will    ured public 7ervan'tr'andr7oVmer mem-  roadside stall which sold  pop arid be recorded in the donation book    b"ej^1ol_pjrjiament^ The MPs will receive  featured novel fund ^paising-gahies which standsin thre Hospitallc^f.  resulted in $13.30 which Wayne Bu- ���  Volume 7, No. 35 -- WEDNESDAY, JULY 29th, 1970  Insufficient business  cancels Board meeting  INSUFFICIENT business forced cancellation of July meetings of the School  Board. Next board meeting is scheduled  for Thursday, August 13th in the Lang  Block, Gibsons.  The board office is presently in the  process of moving from- B.C. Telephone  building on North Road to its former  location in -the Lang Block, close to the  wharf in Gibsons.  Construction of the new classroom at  Langdale Elementary School, under the  supervision of building supervisor Mr.  Bob Rutter is well underway and local  contractors are employed on the job.  Construction of the portable classroom  at Gibsons Elementary School which is  being built by a local contractor for  Sechelt and District Retarded Children's  Association, is also underway School  board gave permission for the classroom  to be located on school property so that  the children would not be isolated and  can participate, where possible in the  normal school programme.  Up to 100% increase  boosts M.P5^fensions  SOME weeks ago The Times published  the fact tfiat a large number of Liberals, including our own representative  for Coast Chikpiin, voted out an NDP  motion that a substantial and immediate  increase be made in old age pensions.  Since that time, two newspaper cuttings have arrived on bur editorial desk'  and we quote:* "MPs pensions up". The  Commons has given final approval to a  government bill tb raise pensions of re-  USERS on the Pratt Road water line are  in dire straits as the twenty-two year  old pipe line serving about forty homes  becomes almost clogged with corrosion  and controversy appears to rage as to  responsibility for supplying an adequate  water system.  Regional Board director Frank West  has stated that the board will put in a  new 6" line which wouuld , cost about  $40,000. Until such time the board is  able to extend its own water supply,  village of Gibsons will supply water at  its present going rate, about .$36 per  year. However, Mv. West, feels the board  ' will have' to charge a frontage tax in  order to help pay for the costs of a new  line. He also feels that thc board should  collect both water rates as well" as frontage tax and in turn pay the village for  the water, rather than have two groups  involved.  This, says Mayor Wally Peterson,  would mean that council will relinquish  control and that Ihe board could make  as many additional connections as it sees  fit, despile the not too plentiful village  supply at this time.  Further, the village crew has been  extending its' water system within the  village at a cost of $5 per foot and this,  it is understood, would work out to a  cost of $25,000 for the Pratt Road line  renewal.  In order to expedite improvements to  the system, Don Andow, chairman.of th'e'v  West Gibsons Heights Ratepayers Association,, wrote to. the Public Utilities  Commission outlining the present Pratt  Road water users plight.  In part, the letter outlined  the life  Up for sentence...  NINETEEN year old Eleanor August of  Sechelt appeared before Judge Charles  Mittelsteadt last Wednesday  July .22nd  of the exiting Uno,. imtalled .twenty-tw^i1^ Av*s sentenced to six ninths, defjnjte ^������ ,.���__ ��� ..,���.,_-���.  vears aco and privately owned for five \ and two years less  one day_ indefinite    and; liis driving license suspended for one  ���' ** . .T *<n    (tit,/-.   T   iMifni-   TVlT'tit-i In ���%,<-]    Pj><-|.(an/.'l!nrt    r* aft *-�����*��� A         -   .����  getting the test He also appeared to be  unaware of the fact he had been involved  in an accident.  He^jyas sentenced tb a. fine of $300,-,., ,ncss. ���,,.,.  increases of Up to 100 per cent while  boosts for the retired civil servants range  from two to 42 per cent. MPs with two or  more terms will now be eligible for pensions ranging from $6,300 to $13,500 depending on length of office.  Second cutting states: The chairman  and members of "the Advisory Committee  on Parliamentary Salaries and Expenses  receive an honorarium of $150 a day for  each day of committee work.  They also receive necessary, travelling  and living expenses in accordance with  the Treasury Board Travel Directive for  each day they" are ubslent from their normal place, of residence on committee busi-  ' ��� ,;VAAAA''?v  7?*-7- A!-A'   '"? 7.,' ���  *i C& -'(T^-v? '  4-fl*\       **��� M    1- '       *  ���      �� %?T  "��� 'a **��  A A  ul1   ��� t , *-���  years before being taken over by village of Gibsons which has supplied water  since that time. Further hook-ups have  been made at cost of $100 hook-up fee,  but no pipe replacement has been made  until last June, when several lengths of  pipe were installed at the north feed end  of Pratt Road. Due to corroded and dirty  pipes the situation has steadily deteriorated and is now drastic.  During intervals in the day, some of  the homes arc without water and this,  in turn, means that toilets cannot be  flushed and baths arc out of the question.  Some homes have been without water  for as long as a week, and drinking  water has to be curried. One family was  unable to send children to school because  they could not wash clothes or bath.  Pointing to the fact thnt the Regional  Board originally stated it could not help  because of financial difficulties, Mr. Andow explained that village council has  said it is responsible only for supply of  water, "Tin*-, of course, wo arc not getting," he snld,  Since the users have paid wnlcr rates  to thc village, new homes have been  granted hook-up.*; nnd fees paid for this  .service, tho Pratt Hoad Ratepayers feel  tho villago should bo responsible for po-  vlslou of an adequate  line immediately.  The letter finally drew attention to  thc potential danger due to no writer  in the event of fire, Mr. Andow sought  a ruling from the PUC nt, to where ii  considers the responsibility to He, Further, he asUecl is there anything in PUC  files to the effect that village of Gibsons  wns told four years ago to renew the  line nnd funds budgetted for this purpose.  Jn reply, Mr. H, W. Mollis)). Sceret.iry  of the PUC stated there I.s no record of  Soo pngo A-6���Turn up bottom of section  in tire Lower Mainland Correction Centre,  womens' unit, for her part in break and  entry of a Sechelt variety store.  Kenneth Paul, aged eighteen, involved  in thc same offence, was also sentenced  to six months definite and two years less  one /lay  indefinite. ,  Bolli had entered guilty pleas at an  earlier appearance and had been remanded  for sentence pending a pre-sentence report. Paul also faced sentence following  a guilty plea to a charge ol mischief resulting from false evidence in another  trial. He was sentenced to six months in  thc Lower Mainland Correction Centre  together with two years less one day  indefinite, all sentences to run concurrent.  An American, Charles Edward Irwin,  appeared to face a charge of possession  of cannabis resin. He sought a remand  on grounds that his lawyer would hot  be available until sometime in August,  He was instructed to be in court with  his lawyer August 3rd. Bail had been  .sol at $500.  Kelvin Crnlgnn of Sechelt also sought  a remand in order to obtain legal repre-  ��� Mentation, He wns charged wllh refusal  to supply u breath sample, Case was set  over for August Mth at which linio date  for  trial  will be arranged,  Following an incident at Davis Buy  July 17th at 10 p.m. In which his auto  left the highway nnd struck u pole on a  bend,. Dnninl William Malow of Surrey  B.C. entered it plea of guilty lo an impaired (hiving charge. '  In court he admitted Intoxication and  said he had no recollection of what happened.  Police  evidence  indicated   that   when  ��� arrested,   the   accused   showed   signs   of  being in an advanced stage of intoxication  nnd   afler  taking. Ihe   breathalyzer   test,  he asked Hie  police  when  would he  be  month.  , Charged with impaired, driving after  a breathalyzer test showed a reading  of .20, Richard Rogers of West Sechelt  was also fined $300 and given a one  month driving suspension. Charge arose  following a complaint regarding his erratic driving. '  : '  ���Appearing before Judge Mittelsteadt in  Gibsons court last' Tuesday July 22pd  Kenneth Charles Watson of Gibsons entered a plea of guilty to a charge of impaired driving and was fined $300 with  a three month driving suh'pe-rision.  George Howard Lee, also of Gibsons,  fuced a charge of unlawfully and indecently assaulting a young female person. He asked for a remand in order that  he might have legal representation.  He was granted a two week, adjournment without election or plea to August  ���1th at. which time a trial date will be set.  Fine and probation  follows theft charge  CHARLES Karl Henry Hogan, of Gibsons,  entered a guilty plea to two charges  involving possession of stolen property  and theft of welding machine cables from  a machine shop in the Gibsons area.  First charge was possession of a camera  stolen from a car al the Peninsula Hotel  toward the end of June. Second count  was theft of thc cable about the same  period, Hogan was fined $50 and put on  probation for tv/o years on each offence.  He appeared before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt Saturday July 25th.  Charges arc pending against three  juveniles resulting from wilful damage to  furniture, windows etc. of the Centre  Bay  Yacht  Station  on   Gunibier  Island.  Latest events...  possi  Facts unchanged...  iw-m s^teiii ��Hi)i@siiii.(  (Bite m  Rare Find  INDICATIONS nre that a newer penult  w.ill soon lie grunted village of (.|I>mhv.  and a sltuplo piogressive project proposed  three yearn ago will, with n modicum of  hick, finally lie pei milled to proceed.  Following further protests by a '-mall  number of outside residents, u second  hearing was called by the Pollution Control Hoard Tuesday July Mth In Victoria  In order that appeals by the protesting  individuals might be again beard, Also  nt lending were members of village council  and engineer Martin Dayton, MLA lion,  Isabel Dawson Is undcr.'-tood to have sat  lu as a spcclntni',  llricft. were mibniillod by council,  Gibsons   Chamber   nf   ("omniorro  and   a  lease pertinent  detail**,,  Most outspoken brief was tmbmltted by  Ihe chamber, representing IUI hdsliiesse:*  and Individuals of the Gibsons area, In  urging thi< PCI. to ieject all protests  ngnlnst Ihe director of pollution control's orders with respect lo a permit  for tbe village, n number of leason.-i wen?  nut lined   and   Included,  in  pari:  The village first placed a sewage hylmy  boforo the electorate In Ifllill and complied  will all legally oon-itlluled control agencies In order that the project might br!  MH*cc,.-,fiil|,v Implemented, .Seventeen  montbs Imvo clap-ed since first application wiii made for a permit but tho  rcMtltniit   delay   In   Issuing   said   penult  WHAT could prove an unusual ntlraction  for the Sunshine Coast is scheduled  for the three day Sea Cavalcade, * Fri,,  Sat. und Sun, of next week, providing a  suitable location can be made available.  The committee announces that aged ears  and enthusiastic drivers are rpady to provide a nilnl-dcmolitlon derby hut first It  Is asked that anyone with a field, park or  huge rec-room, contact Cavalcade Commit lee members?  Latest organization announcing participation I.s the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club, II appears no-one has yet  nuinngcd to make a hole-ln-one nt the  course, in presence of witnesses, ll Is  therefore proposed lo hold a hole-ln-one  contest on Ihe Gibsons school grounds in  order that the feat might yet be performed, Thl.'i evv'nt will carry n number  of prizes for near misses and actual successes, Scheduled I'cu Saturday afternoon,  there will be no n,^e Until on competitors,  Kln-20 club members have announced  a surprise pneket which .should prove of  Interest lo the younger eleinen., Two top  bands have been booked to play nt Ihe  Sea Cnvnlcnde Kln-��"0 teen > dance scheduled for a five hour run 'Friday Aug,  7th, They are; "High Flying Bird" and  "Motherhood". As an added attraction to  this event, eonteslants In the "Miss Sea  Cavalcade" contest will make u guest  appearance,  Coimidernble Interest has been gener-  aled during recent weeks by means of  weekly repoi ts from the committee publicity chairman, outlining the various forms  ol entertainment' proposed by the many  organl/utlons nnd gioup**, within the area,  entertainment, thus, the accent will be  upon a marine theme, However, very  many other types of fun and games are  planned with concessions booths, hide-  shows, parade,*., dances for nil age groups  and tastes, and a whole multitude of  acllvlties designed to make the three day  Cavalcade a  fun packed  event.  The dales again:- August 7lh, llth nnd  fMh, Entire programme of events will be  published in next week's Times,  M-Brids  "^Xlfiewaf  V^ lis action!  In Today's Classified;���   _j   HOUSEHOLD Items. Full lapidary equp,  Incl.   slabs   <*"-.   rocks,   Propane   range.  Antiqu., Lap desk Ik arm chair. Violin, VW  (1 V clock.  ��� Tlmc�� ClriMif|rd% rcoch over 2,1,00 lioni.**.  (10,000 render..).  ��� Tlmr. Clovvillrd, go INTO the home. , , ,  not or. lawn*., Jtrcct> or In c.IIy.'iIv  ��� Tlmc\ Cloviibrdv oj-o lowco-st, high-potency  t.olr% toolr**.  rove red when ho look his friend Harry Lawson from Vancouver, on a  (mil  Till i i .Tii'V w.-ri found in a rave  Cooln" which is on .sale al (he Times  bookstore, Scchdl,  brief.. Mihntllted by council and Chamber  of Coinrneiee have been made available to  'l'lii* Tim.     nil |t |    thi-rrfnrr 111 ' l"li l   re  without Mich facilities. This in turn has  caused loss* of cnnsldcrnhlo revenue in  f.ro   ji'ji   A Ii -Turn up iotlomrf srrlkoi.  Hare",  Due  lo  lis  unique  situation, Gibsons  i    lib ill ���    nit < I  ,'ii   .i-|ii i    j-rit. ni-itrd  Phono 885-9654  a****-*}  ���afcH-H a*.JaH,��*^a>a.  a-tWH-aaJ-**   �����     ����-������.   i* 1^WHl>^TW \J>\|'^ tflaHPHlW^W V~aT"l  0*0*a**0mr%i*'0*mr>0+iai ^��wWM^W^'VS��'^^��w'^*w��iP��a��W^��-tf^*M  "8  i<  Page A-2 The Penlnsulo Times, Wednesday, July 29, 1970    jjg^ ESTATE (eortt)  .*"MU*WU**-.*"a-a.ft.*^^    Classified  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and. cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  ' aWIWMMMMWaJia.  .WVVUVWVmiVWWUUW*%nfllWUmtmAmirat0llinnnniW*V��mUtl.l0.  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  .   Morch 31, 1970  Gross Circulation 2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Crassifiod Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  75c  Three  Insertions $1.50  ���xtro lines (4 words)  15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Bricfs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens __$3 yr.  By carrier . a 50c month  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Wednesday, July 29 at 8 p.m.  Your Last  Chance for  GOD FORGIVES���  I DON'T!  Thur., Fri., & Sat, July 30, 31,  and Aug. 1 at 8 p.m.  THE OUTDOORSMAN  Wildlife Spectacular in Color  Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., &  Thur. Aug. 2 to 6 at 8 p.m.  MIDNIGHT COWBOY  Starring Diistin Hoffman &  Jon Voight��� Ik Color  RESTRICTED: No admittance  to persons under 18 years of  age   unless   accompanied   by  parent or other reponsible  adult.  4909-35  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  Congratulates   and  Sponsors   the  following births ot St. Mary's  Hospital.  BIRTHS ��� Terry and Jo (nee  Robilliard) are pleased to���  announce the arrival of Jennifer Dianne, 5 pounds, 13 ounces, at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, on July 23, 1970.  4898-35  OBITUARY  CLAYDON ��� July 25th, 1970,  Frank Edward Claydon in  his 88th year of Redrooffs,  Halfmoon Bay, B,C. Survived  by his loving wife, Stella; two  sons, Raymond, Port Moody &  George, Richmond. Four  grandchildren. Funeral Service was held on Monday,  July 27th at 2.30 p.m. from  the Family Chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. Rov. D. Popple officiated,  Interment  Seaview Cemetary.  4B99-35  EIDT ��� On July 22nd 1970,  Harold William Eidt, aged  50 years of Gibsons, B.C. Survived by his two brothers,  Ken, Gibsons; Vornon. Minneapolis; one sister, Mrs. Bcnu-  Inh Bnnnington, California,  nnd his mother, Mrs, Lila  Minck, Minneapolis, and nephews nnd nieces. Funeral Service wns held on Saturday,  July 25th from the Family  Chnpel of the Harvey Funeral  Homo, Gibsons. n,C, Rev. R.  Morgan officiated. Cremation,  ���11102-35  CARD OF THANKS  MRS, Eleanor* Cnmbourno, of  Victoria. B.C. and Mr, Rt.  Mr... E. .1. Shaw of Davis Hay,  wish to thank their many  friends for their kind exprcs-  slons of .sympathy In tho passing of the lute I'Vrcy T. L,  Cnmbourno. 4803-35  MY grateful nnd heartfelt  tli'inl.,**. to Ihe f;ood friends  who sent Ine cards, flowers  nnd loving messnges while in  hospital, Special thnnks to Dr.  Hobson for his prompt attendance. Also to tho iimhului.ccu  nnd to the Tyee Air Line for  their speed. To the doctors &  nun.es  in  St,   Paul's   Hospital,  it thousand thanks,   Mary II,  Thomson. -111(1(1-35  WORK WANTED  HEAVY*~dTity   l-otovnlor.   Ph!  1)0(1-21197. 4017-tfn  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing In pnpor hanging,  Interior A exterior d-^oratlng,  rug cleaning. All types of  liulMin/; mainteiuiiH'.',  Phone nnn-9715 nfler 4 p.m.  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & tejetured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,      statements,  balance    sheets. Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfn  HANDYMAN���Roofing, gutters, down pipes, drains.  Repairs and installations*. Vac-  cuum equipped chimney service. Free estimates, guaranteed work. Phon 885-2478.  4587-tfn  PAINTING    and. decorating,  interior and exterior. Phone  886-9684. 4572-ifn  WANTED     /(  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender  Harbour area.   Call  Sechelt Agenr'*. Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  USED refrigerator, 10 cu. ft.  or more. Phone 883-2336.  4783-35  HELP WANTED  URGENTLY required ��� Experienced hairdresser to  manage beauty salon in Sechelt. Phone 885-2818 days,  885-9453 eves or write Box 631  Sechelt, B.C. 4847-tfn  3 OR 4 intelligent girls, aged  18���or���over*} ^or -weekend  work. Apply Peninsula Drive-  in. Or Phone 885-2311. 4902-35  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 263-4993  collect or  736-5933 "  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  BLOCK BROS.  REAL ESTATE (Continued)     REAL ESTATE (Cont)  BY OWNER*��� Selma Park,  immediate possession. Viewing Georgia Strait, 2400 sq.  ft. on 2 floors. Lower floor  walk-in entrance, 4 bdrms,  large rec room, 2 fireplaces,  dble plumbing, w.w. carpet,  large sundeck," carport. Features rcg. rein, concrete "fallout" shelter, oUtbldg. Workshop 24 x 30 ft. Attractive  grounds, approx. V- acre. FP  $48,000 some terms. Ph. 885-  9630. 4878-tfn  FOR RENT  4842-tfn  "'BaVJrVTEW"* ��� Sargeant  (North-Weat) Bay ��� New Waterfront development!! Magnificent waterfront & view lots  with superlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lot's available In  this choice location close to  Sechelt Village with all facilities.- Act NOW and secure the  Best of two worlds.  PENDER HARBOUR ���  Jaarge fully serviced view lots  " only 200 feat to safe moorage.  Located in the centre of Pender Harbour the hub of seen-  ic boating waters and fabulous  sports fishing. Priced from  $2,500 v ���;'  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Beautifully landscaped, south slope  property, with year round  creek and 285 feet highway  frontage plus well constructed  older type home' with half  basement. Ideal retirement  home. Full price $15,000.  GIBSONS ��� Large, fully  serviced waterfront lots with  beach, safe moorage and "Million Dollar" views!!! Price  from $8,000.  For   full   details   call   Frank  Lewis  886-9900 at  the office  of Exclusive Agent:  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  886-9900  Gibsons  936-1444  Coquitlam  4906-35  V  FEMALE HELP  Required at the  JOLLY ROGER INN  Phone 885-9998  4880-35  PERSONAL  WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.    885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2979. 4431-tfn  Safeco Insurance  is available at  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10%  savings for 5 year accident-free driving.  Phone  885-  2235 or call into our office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prefab, and Mobile Homes  Ask for a Free Catalogue  of Real Estate  4851-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  HEALTH reasons force the  sale of the ,only beauty pal-  on in Sechelt. Phono 805-2818  days, 889-0453 eve's or write  Box 031, Sechelt for further  information.      , 4B40-tfrt  REAL ESTATE  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phono 885-2013  OFFER:  2 bedroom brand new home,  100 amp service, wired for  range and W nnd D, Heated  by elect ric furnace, Move In  right nvvny for only  $14,500.  Waterfront lot nt Sandy  Hook. Speetnculnr view, Hydro nnd water by, full prico  $11,000.  View lot id Silver Sands,  On the highway. Tiy your  down payment lo $3,1)00 full  price. I  20 ncrcs with stream through  nnd hydro by nt. Roberts  Creek.  Full prico $23,500.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  . Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  /-/ Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer  Lorrie Girard  lot    nt  Island,  Cotton  offer/!,  Waterfront  Point,    Keats  $7,500,  4.7 ncrea elo.so lo Golf Course  ���good Investment nt $(1,000,  3.00 acre humenlte on two  roads, near Sandy Hook, Full  price $17,(100.  Semi-waterfront lot with  ptronm nl Tuwonek $7,500,  Tillicum Iky Lot-$2,400.  Multiple Listing Service ,  Don Hodden 885-9504  4B?.i-ttn  Gibsons, ll. C.  Phone 880-2481  Richard F, Kcnnett  Notary Public  886-9359  886-7760  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  4908-35  We have acreages for Building or Holding Property. Compare these prices:  2 acres, Reid Rd., Cash $5500  6 acres. View, Granthams  Landing, terms $8800  4.8 acres, North Rd., part  cleared, fruit trees, fenced  terms $7500  5 acres, North Rd., Cash $5500  5 acres, Gibsons Heights,  "Park  Rd. $15000  1.1 acre Rosamund Rd. $3350  .85 acres, view over Georgia  Strait $5500  3 acres, Pine Rd., nice, flat  land $4500  10 acres, Hwy 101, near  Cemetary,  nice  &  quiet $11000  10 acres, Hwy 101, Roads on  2 sides, terms $9500  D.5 acres, Hanberry Rd., year  '     round stream $90,00  2.5 acres, near Park Rd.,  Roberts  Creek $3500  1 acre, Lower Rd��� Roberts  Creek $3000  2,74   acres,  Gower  Point,  semi waterfront $7500  886-2481  Waterfront ��� 60 feet x 300  feet, with older type cabin.  Dominion lease land, ideal  summer home. $5500.  886-2481  Langdale ��� With its Panoramic view, 4 bedroom, full  bsmt., De-Luxe home, double  plmbg., Built in Range &  Oven in futuristic kitchen,  dining room, largo L.R. with  fireplace and W-W carpets, nil  on 90 ft. landscaped lot. FP.  $41,500,  880-2401  South Fletcher Rd. ��� 2 BR,  full bsmt. family home, fireplace, now bathroom, auto-oil  heat, wired for Rnnge, front  porch, has stairs lo attic, if  more bdrms required, close to  stores etc. F.P. $13,075, Terms  on $0500 down, balance at $80  month nt 7 per cent,  88(1--2481  Sargeant Road ��� Beautiful  view home nn double Innd-  senped lot, 3 bedrooms, (possible 4), Vi basement and  slorago, lots of closets, fireplace - combination kitchen,  dining room - double windows  on front. Freshly painted,  There is a good liveable cabin on the property, which is  presently rented, F.P, $'.'9,500.  Owner needs $1)000 cash. Bnl-  nnce  on  easy  terms,  118(1-2481  Only $2,500 for n 00' lot on  Dogwood   Ro.id,   Gibsons   village. Level nnd easily cleared.  Convenient to nmenilles,  080-2401  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Iiviurancc  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  WAJERFRONT  Roberts Creek: 60' on Lower  Roberts Creek Rd���-"on Strait  of Georgia. 700 sq. ft., 2 bedroom house (1 up,' 1 down)  fireplace, on approx. 1 acre,  situated 15* above beach.  Launching facilities for small  boat, guest cottage and workshop. All premises in good  state of repair. $23,500, terms.  Gibsons: 100' on Gower  Point Road., 60* elevation with  good beach access. Completely  cleared Vi acre, boat storeage,  2 new, very well-built cottages on skids. Full septic tank  and water license for-permanent residence. Remarkable  view and complete privacy.  $18,000, terms.  Gibsons: 100" on Gower  Point Road, level to beach. 1  bedroom cottage in good condition on Vz acre. $18,000,  terms.  isangdaler-lOOV ^overlooking^  marvellous Howe Sound and  Britannia Range view on a  gradual slope to beach. 1 acre  of interestingly landscaped  property. Very attractive 3  bedroom house with completely finished basement, boat  storage, garage-workshop and  carport. $49,000, terms, or 'exchange of equity considered.  Pender Harbour Area: 330'  private sheltered cove on  Strait of Georgia. Boat house  and concrete boat ways under-  ���neath a, most luxurious three  bedroom home on 10 acres.  Exceptional value;  REALTY  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons, B.C. Ph. 886-7244,  Jack Warn 886-2681 Res.  Peter Aelbers        886-2991 Res.  4901-35  EvMilngs:  Jnck White  Ken Crosby  Jay Vl/wcr  BR0-2M5  .180-209(1  HIW-230O  4003-35  HALMOON BAY: Let us  ���show you this delightful new  W-F home. Situated on 2 level  acres, excellent boat moorage.  Owner will consider some  trade.  SECHELT: Ideal retirement  home on level lot, fenced and  landscaped, 2 short blocks to  shops etc. House is a spotless  4 rooms with large utility and  carport. You will be surprised  nt thc extra goodies included  in full price of $18,500.00.  Offers nre Invited on lovely  ranch fctyle home right on the  bench. Living room and 2  bdrms feature hardwood floors  tile rest of house. Modern  Moffat electric range Included.  Garden is lovely and easy to  care for. Boat nnd motor Included in full price of $31,500 nnd  the terms are attractive,  ROBERTS CREEK:ATTENTION SEEKERS OF SECLUSION! 3 plus acres of woodbind, 218' shore hns beautiful  little cove, Driveway In and  water connection paid. Small  trailer Included In full price of  $20,000. Terms nre attractive.  GIBSONS: Interested in  farming! Take a look at this  20 acres with a total of <\Vt  ncres cleared. Excellent wnter  supply, comfortable 4 room  house, lge. new workshop.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Offering Inrge lot with view up  Sound and out on Salmon  Rock. Only $7500 on easy  terms,  Looking for n small holding  where; you can keep a horse  for the youngsters ������ check  this level 3 aeres with tidy 4  room older homo. Very comfortable nnd wired for elee,  range, $14,000, full price, terms  too.  K. BUTLER REALTY  Ltd.  ALL* TYPES INSURANCE  Gllj-'fonn, B.C.  Phon�� 688-2000  MF.MBER  MULTIPLE  LISTING  SERVICE  4050-34  2 BEDROOM  all  electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6 p.m.     -, .      4483-tfn  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfrt  PRIVATE sale' on Sunshine  Coast Highway at Davis  Bay. Clear title, up and down  Duplex en large landscaped  lot, beautiful sea view to Vane.  Island. Largo rooms, thermal  windows, hot water oil heating, triple plumbing, heavily  insulated walls and ceilings.  Could bring in $275 per  month. Needs some finishing.  Ph. 885-9662. -       4881-35  THE HOUGH FARM  FIRST TIME OFFERED  12 PARCELS AT GIBSONS  Size 2"*4 to 22Vz acres  Price $7,000 to $33,500  .1 mile to shopping & schools  *5 miles to ferry & Golf Course  % mile to Gower Point  1 hour from Horseshoe Bay  -   Approved for septic tanks  .The    house,    barn,    milking  equipment,    dairy,    walk    in  freezer and all outbuildings on  approx. 12 acres is priced at  $33,500 terms and trades will  be   considered. *  For    further  particulars   call   Milt  Rankin  collect at 874-6033 or write  MONTREAL TRUST  466 Howe St., Van. 1 688-4411  4833-37  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  THIS WEEk'S SPECIAL  WAKEFIELD   ���   Half   acre  view���lotr $6000.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  Vi down.  Vi acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs; 3 bedroom home. $24,-  500 with Vz down.  Davis Bay���2 bedroom home,  $16,500.  View lots from $3,200.  Halfmoon waterfront���300' at  $33,000. .  View  lots���Davis Bay.  H. Gregory 885-9392  4886-tfn  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  8 x 35 two bedroom furnished  trailer,    $3400.    Phone   885-  2419, Sundance trailer Court.  4891-37  WANTED TO RENT  TEACHER wants to rent 2-3  bedroom home from August  1 or 15th for period of a year.  Write Box 4792, Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  4792-35  TEACHER wants to rent or  lease 2 or 3 bdr. home from  Aug. 15 or Sept. 1, for -a period of one year. Write Box  4862, Care of Peninsula Times,  Box 310 Sechelt. 4002-37  RESPONSIBLE businessman  with wife nnd two children  wishes rental accomodation in  Sechelt area from September  1st. May be contacted, Vancouver at 201-8554 collect, 4874-37  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  rates. Full housekeeping. Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons,  B.C. 4423-tfn  HALL for rent���-Wilsoii .Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  GRANTHAMS   ���   Furnished  3   room   s.c.    suite,   range,  fridge, fireplace. Single person  "preferred. $75. Phone 922-7695.  4877-36  MOBILE HOMES  AMAZING!! A new 12".x48*  1-2 or 3 bedroom home for  $5970.00. It's true! Neil Armstrong Mobile Homes, No. 2-  904B Brunette. Coquitlam, B.C.  Phone 524-2574. 4660-35  CARS & TRUCKS  '55 CHEV 4 door sedan, $150.  Ph. 885-2106. 4787-35  MUST sell ��� *68 Volkswagen  Beetle   DeLuxe,   radio   etc.  Excellent  condition.  Ph.   885-  2121 or 885-2124. 4795-35  '61  BEDFORD,  delivery   van.  Phone  886-2827.  walk-in,  light  New   clutch.  4857-36  1962 RAMBLER.  Good  trans-  ;    pbrtation. 885-979,6.    4900-35  1962 MERCURY splendid con-  dition, $475 cash. L. C. Emerson, Mason Road. Phone 885-  2304. 4895-35  1965 MONZA Corvair, 6 cyls;  4    carbs,    54.000    mi.    Full  price $695. Call Joe Chippendale, 885-2416, 4887-35  1969 TOYOTA Coronn Mark 2.  Automatic, 7.000 mi., $2200.  Ph.  886-2462. 4894-35  1956 WILLY'S 4 wheel drive  pick-up. All brand new tires,  in good condition. Cheap. 886-  2441 evenings. 4868-37  Safeco Insurance  is available'nT  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  10% savings for 5 year accident-free driving. Phone 885-  2235  or  call  into  our  office.  We are also agents for  Knight & Squire  Prefab and Mobile Homes  Ask for a Free Catalogue  of Real Estate.  4907-35  SUMMER SALE  Immaculate   1965   CHEV   IM-  PALA,    V-8,    auto.,   buckets,  console  shift,  radio,  premium  tires, 2 dr. hardtop, one  owner . $1695  Nice    1965    ACADIAN    STATION   WAGON,    brand   new  283 V-8, new tires, ball joints,  shocks, and brakes. Power  rear window $1295  1962   LINCOLN   CONVT.  runs real Rood  ,,.,._. .    $995  1966   VW  FASTBACK,   hard-  to-find model, radio, nice  condition       $1195  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Ph. 880-2812 or 885-9640  4910-35  MOTORCYCLES  BOATS & ENGINES  12 FT. fibreglassed  runabout  with '68 Johnson 33 HP outboard, $450. Ph. 885-2106.  4786-35  16' TURNER clinker outboard  with 35 hp Evinrude. Good  condition, $600. Hugh Ladner  Redrooffs Rd.  Ph.  082-7741.  4800-35  19' CABIN cruiser. Head, sink,  bunks,, stove,   built-in   fuel  and water   tanks'.    50 horse  - Merc. & trailer. Many extras.  F.P. $1,950. Call 885-9606.  4831-tfn  20 ft. pywood with fibreglass  cruiser; approx. 6 ft. beam.  2 bunks, toilet & sink, electric  pump; 100 h.p. Johnson outboard, like new, also 18 h.p.  Johnson in good condition.  Ready to go. Phone 886-7031  or  886-2513. 4836-36  17  FT.  deep V  inboard with  cabin. As is $300. Phone 885-  9484. 4843-34  3 USED boats with outboard  motors. Phone 883-2336.  4782-35  19 FT. fg. speedboat. 145 HP.  45   knots.   Fully   equipped.  $1500. Ph. 886-9644.       4888-35  FOR QUICK SALE ��� 16 ft.  Clinker Inboard with 9 HP  B.S. Engine completely overhauled and ready to go. Com  plete $300. Phone 885-9366.  4867-tfn  DUAL controls for twin Evinrude or Johnson outboards.  $25.   885-2260. 4872-35  LOST  LOST around 6 July, vicinity  Sechelt, pair horn rimmed  bi-focal spectacles in . black  leather case, Reward. -Dodds  885-2265. 4897-35  REMOVABLE wheelchair arm  lost from car Between Selma  Park and  Gibsons. Phone  885-9484. . 4911-35  PETS  ywf'<*>y^''''amy*'''>"��''^  '���"' '��� A-1**' A A A.    <  <  "        ,'    F    .(      . ,, .    ,f  *,��..', , -     1  )l"a,ap>MMt��Wl"a.aH0,,FS,Fja,WFF  BEAUTIFUL 2% ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At  Irvine's Landlno  In  Ponder  Harbour.   1,400  ft.  watorfront,  sheltered,  drilled  well,   Full  prlco  $35,000  wllh   $5,000 down.  98' Waterfront lot ot Ponder Horbour���$7000.  95' Wotcrfront lot at Fori Cove*���$9000.  % Aero scml-watcrfront lot ot Carl Cove���$2500,  130' Woterlront, Pender Harbour, low down payment.  6Va Acres, Modelro Pork,  1100' frontogo on Highway���-$8000.  10 Acres, Carl Cove, open to offer.  *      ' A\'a Acre*, with 550'*on Llllle Loko,  I Vs Acre view lot, Madeira Park���$4500,  Many other view and scml-waterfront lots from $2500 to $0000.  Terrm available on above properties,  Discount for Cosh.  OLLI SLADEY  ���   Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 803-2233  ��q���f-  SILVER toy and small poodle  puppies. Registered,  innocu-  lated.   From   $50.   ALso   other  colours. Ph. 885-9797.   4825-35  WILL give a good home to a  dog,  on  Estate   in  country.  Ph. 885-2015. 4879-tfn  ADORABLE  registered   silver  toy poodles, reasonable. Ph.  885-2261. 4885-37  LIVESTOCK  FIVE   year   old,   gentle   bay  gelding for sale. Phone 885-  2148. . ' ~ 4896-37  FRIENDLY  hornless  pet wether goat. Eats Salal, blackberries etc.  Eric  Nelson  885-  9558. 4869-35  FOR SALE  40 h.p. Evinrude m. 1969   $500  40 h.p. Evinrude m. 1968   $495  35 h.p. Johnson el $275  33 h.p. Evinrude 1968  $395  9.5 h.p. Evinrude  $200  9.2 h.p. Chrysler  $200  115 h.p, Evinrude 1969 *$1197  90 h.p. Johnson 1965 *$625  50 h.p. Viking  ���$425  50 h.p. Merc, 1969  *$650  45 h.p.  McCulloch  '.*$450  40 h.p. Evinrude el. 1968   $525  ���Includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  4905-35  IF ITS suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sech'elt, B.C.  8893-tfn  .SEE  the latest  Royal Apollo_  10 Electric typewriter at The  Times     Office     in     Sechelt.  $149.95.  Ph.  885-9654.  4884-36  TV, radio arid stereo repairs.  Prompt service in. your home,  or at our fully equipped shop.  Ayres Electronics; Sunshine  Coast Highway, Gibsons. Ph.  886-7117. 4720-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303; Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tf.n  1067  YAMAHA   100,  elec.   st.  $350, After 6 p.m. phone 885-  0051. 4890-37  1070 BSA (150 ce Firebird. Ph.  0115-1)781) after 5 p.m. 4912-35  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  MADEIRA PARK No.   1548  Large view lot, 1 block south of Pcndor Harbour Hotel, fully  serviced, cosy access to best fishing on the coast. F.P. $5500.  Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  REDROOFFS No.   1596  This is 1.08 acre of treed view property with beach access just  across rood, south slope, all services available. $5000 F.P., $2000  down. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  DAVIS BAY ~ No.  1607  Nice little 3 bedroom bungalow, largo landscaped lot only one  block from beach, market and schools. This is one of the lowest  prices houses in the area, F.P. $23,500, some terms available.  Coll Stan Anderson. 885-2385.  DAVIS BAY No. 1611  Beautifully constructed natural siding, all concrete walks and  driveway. This home was built to medallion home specifications,  all electric, unsurpassable view of water, beach access just across  highway, all landscaped, nice vegetable garden in back. F.P.  $35,500. Call Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  TILLICUM BAY     '" ~~ No. 1678  Two bedroom summer home, one block to marina, piped water,  electricity and phono available. Easy access to Sechelt Inlets,  wonderful fishing and boating area, Full price, just $5800. Call  Bob Kent, 885-9461.  SECHELT VILLAGE [ No.   1565  Cory 2 bedroom older home, Gulf view, walking distanco to  stores, quiet strcot, Vendor open tq good offers on asking prlco  of $15,000. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT " No.  1640  Beautiful secluded waterfront homo on over one ac/o, 20  minute drlvo to Sechelt, Could ho subdivided. This Is choico.  Full prlco $37,500 with terms, or cash offer. Call Peter Smith,  885-9463.  GIBSONS No.   1566  Cosy, tastefully decorated, ono bedroom homo on quiet strcot In  villago. Two blocks to stores. Level lot. Suitable retirement or  newly weds. City water. F,P. $7,900, Call C. R. Gothcrcolo 886-  7015.  WEEKENDERS SPECIAL No.   1668  Largo residential lot In popular Roberts Creek area. Close to  good beach ��� boat launching for imoll craft, $2,600, Call C.  R, Gathercole 886-7015,  PRIVACY ' No.  1155  Well sheltered, beautifully landscaped over holf-ncro garden,  fruit tree. Older typo, ono and one-half story two bedroom homo.  Double corport, Good woter, Short distance to vlllogo D,P,  $7,500, F.P, $l5,000.jDffora, CollC, R. Gathercole, 886-7015.  VIEW ��� HI6HWATlwdwAGE~ *    No, 1609  V.i ocro lot. Completely renovated three bedroom home. Family  living room 31 x 15, fireplace, Well priced ol $16,900. Terms.  Coll C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015.  ROBERTS CREEK No.  1627  Choico locollon. Oven ten ocren, six hundred feet highway frontage. Suitable for subdivision, residential or commercial. Call C.  R. Gathercole, 806-7015.  TILLICUM BAY ' No,   1450  2 bedroom home, flreploco, outo. oil heat, now kitchen, concrete basement, f.moll nmounl of  flnldilng required.   Reol value  t  $11,900,  Walk  to marina on  Ihe Inlet,  Call   Pnter Smith,  05-9463.  SFCHELT VILLAGE No.  1230  This 3 bedroom home on doublo lot, hardwood floors, full basement, nil lorgo rooms, In ono of n kind, Very qoo.�� fomlly homo.  Full price $25,000, terms, or good co*,h offerr., Call Peter Smith,  005-9463,  SFLMA PARK No>  1660  3 lorge bedroom. In thb very well maintained homo, full l>o*.o-  ment, over on ocrn of good potential view property. 87' of  hlohway fronton.,, Top-* in value |n Ihl. nteo. M000 down,  Tl' $26,500. Coll Bob Kent, 885-9461.  ASK TOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  SECHELT.AGEiCIES LTD.  Box 155, Sechelt  Sechelt 885-2235 Gibsons 886-7015  . ,a a a.-..    ��.��> * -  *** "? 7       . .    a  '' ���'      :-r"7  ���*"   -*->*.,   .Ct&fe   -,*?**?'  (|"V*     * a^ws^^^i^^yft^aCiF  FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and all commercials printing  rontnet thp Times office al Sechelt or phone 885 ���9654  o    o  is|ysfosdBrl  ISC  &sds  Be sure fb use a  litter container  FOR SALE (Continued)  HARDTOP    tent    trailer,    as  new,    purchased    May   '69.  $450. Phone 883-2525.   4004-37  BOOKS by local authors ���  Gibsons Landing .story; Peter Principle; Chack Chack;  Place of Quiet Waters; Plus  all the latest Canadiana at The  Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph.  885r9654. 4882-3-3  3,300 MBM merch. Good 3-4  man. waterline show. West  coast Vancouver Island. Price  negotiable. Write P.O. Bo.x 701  Sechelt, B.C. 4*796-36  HAIRDRYER   in  good   condition for sale, $10. Ph.  885-  9459. - 4875-35  COMPLETE Sunset Series,  Outdoor Sportsman Series,  Goldv.n Hand books & How &  Why. At The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt, 885-9654. 4883-36  FIREWOOD ��� Seasoned, dry,  split alder, fireplace ready.  Delivered & stacked. $25 per  cord. Ph.  886-2717.     4838-tfn  HOUSEHOLD items. Full lapidary equip. Incl. slabs &  rocks. Propane range. Antique  Lap desk & arm chair. Violin.  VW 6 v. clock. Ph. 885-9662.  4864^35  <3gES��E>*  REGULAR AND KINGS  FOR SALE (Continued)  I,,  Vz PRICE sale, Now at Morgans. 4858-34  ENTERPRISE   coal   &   wood  stove in good condition, $45..  Phone!:. 885-2449. 4865-35  RUBBER stamps  of all  descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-965.4.  Quick service, on all orders.  1 PAIR factory made camper  jacks. Ph. 885-2145, 4870-35  TENT type trailer, near new  condition.   886-7730.  4871-35  "���"OR Electrolux supplies phone  885-9474. 4769-tfn  WHITE  SPACE  ATTRACTS  ATTENTION ��� USE IT  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estates of the following deceased: - James CLANCY, late  of Madeira!, Park, Pender Harbour, William "Norman SLEEP  oka Wm. Norman SLEEP and  Norman SLEEP, late of Madeira Park, Sechelt, B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  sire hereby required to send  therri duly verified to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE,, 635 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver 1, BC,  before the 26th Day of August,  1970, after which date the assets of the said Estate will be  distributed, having regard only to claims that have been re*1  ceived.  Clinton W. Foote,  PUBLIC  TRUSTEE  4794-pub. July 15, 22, 29, Am*.  5, 1970  LEGALS (Continued)  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ,  BETWEEN:  VIOLET   GLADYS  SAVILLE  PETITIONER  AND:  WALTER SAMUAL SAVILLE  RESPONDENT  NOTICE  OF DIVORCE  ACTION  TO: WALTER .SAMUEL  SAVILLE  VIOLET GLADYS SAVILLE has filed a Petition numbered 5936 and registry No.  05880 in the District Registry,  Supreme Court of British Columbia, at Vancouver, asking  for a divorce and costs against;  Walter Samuel Saville. Your  whereabouts being unknown  the Court ordered service of  the Petition on you by this advertisement. The grounds alleged for divorce are -stated in  the petition. If you wish to  defend or counterclaim the  steps you must take and the  ���time within .which 'you' must  take them are set out in the  Notice endorsed in the Petition. A copy of the Petition  with Notice will" be maied to  you on , request addressed to  District Registrar, Supreme  Court. Court House, "B00 West  .Georgia Street, Vancouver 1,  B.C.  if you do hot file an answer  in the said District Registry  and take the other steps set out  in the notice endorsed on the  Petition within 30 days of the  date of publication of this advertisement then you will not  be entitled to further notice  and 15 days thereafter the fPet-  itioner may proceeed and the  relief claimed may be given in  your absence.  R,  A. BRIGGS  Diept.   District  Registrar  4889-pub. July 29. Aug. 5, 1970  \ ^ c ' -^v^vaX ArVV,|yS4 a" f  :,*<--">a ^'A'.V-a'/Sv *:{  Fair attraction  Wrap cloth around fresh air and 56-foot high balloon will be on dis-  you've got an adventure. That's the play at Sea Fair. July 31, August  theory behind the Labatts hot air 1 and 2. It Will be on a 200-foot tether-  balloon CF-CFB. The balloon will be rope during its flights here. Pilot will  appearing in Powell River for the be 31-year-old Tororitorian, Jerry  three days of Sea Fair this year. The Kostur.  The Peninsula Times Page A-$  Wednesday, July 2% 1970 -  Medical emergencies  on vacation trips  IF YOU are planning a family vacation  trip, stop to ask yourself what you  would do if a medical emergency arose  far from home. '  For   example,   how   would   you   get  medical help if youT becameill or were*  injured   in  an  accident?   Suppose  your  supply of needed" medicines ran opt or  became lost or broken..  Anticipate such emergencies, says the  drug industry's council on Family Health  in Canada, and make proper precautions  well in advance of the trip.  Consult your own doctor about whom  to contact if you become ill or injured  away from home. If he cannot make a  specific recommendation, you can contact the local hospital or medical society  where you are visiting.  TRAVELLING  If the family is travelling in a foreign  country and needs medical attention,  obtain the name of a doctor from the  hotel desk, the "U.S. Embassy or Consulate,  or a travel agency. If medication is prescribed, ask that the label directions be  translated so that you fully understand  the prescribed dosage and frequency.  Once you have decided where you are  going, find out if certain special immunizations are required. Diseases that  have been elimininated or controlled in  Canada may still be fairly common in  other parts of the world. Allow enough  time in advance of your travels for all*  needed inoculations and booster shots.  Ask your doctor about taking a supply  of essential medicines sufficient for the  duration of the trip. For a prolonged  journey he may suggest you take along  typewritten  prescriptidns.  In packing medicines, put them into  a carton or box separate from other  items such as toiletries. Seal the tops of  containers witlvtransparent adhesive tape  to prevenjt leakage. Wrap each container  separately in sufficient layers to prevent  breakage.  Keep your medicines in their driginal  containers, and see that the labels are  undamaged and easy to read. Do not mix  several kinds of tablets or capsules in  one container.  Be sure of getting your  Sechelt Peniiisula Times  regularly...  Send $5 for a  one-year subscription to  THE TIMES  BOX 310  SECHELT, B.C.  ��>  *-"**������   .r  .-"iVu"  ******  i  ���\    IM'  H.ll>iafal l<aVa1fc fa-altaja-nWw^l'^*  "���a*-*'* ������'������'PallaaaairtaWMVaaia.  aai ��a>l^.a��-aj|.aa-la,.^ ilaHndW^K *!.���������������>. ^t-aHy ������� .Haa. J��S m*+^*.*tjim,^0.*m    i  -���-*   *>    rtaW,*^^^ -1^#l ^ A^,A  m.-0*t��. <KA  .     (\_*...,.^^,-,:.���u. '..;   ..���;  .,.*���?. Across Europe  ���by Don Somerville  LONDON - CITY OF HISTORY  IT'S   not   difficult   to   understand   why  there are so many  tourists from all  over the world in London at. any one  given time. The reason is simple there's  so  much to  see, and so much  history  behind it.  The English (and the Scots) appear  obsessed with their history, and their  everyday lives seem entwined around it.  the Germans have their full share of  historical heritage too... but much of  it they prefer not to talk abou^and,  instead, concentrate on the more pragmatic approach of continuing to build  an already booming and efficient industrial complex.  Both England and Germany, however,  are lovely and fascinating countries...  particularly to a North American who/  has never' visited  them before.  London, in my view, requires a good  month to see properly. I had less than  three days (and nights)... just enough  to wet my appetite for more.       '"   ��.  The city, and many of the--nearby  tourist attractions, at first give an impression of somewhat musty and uncomfortable buildings ... until one gets  accustomed to the age of the country and  the history  behind it.  But make no mistake about one thing.  There's nothing musty and old-fashioned  about the first English facility the air-  traveller encounters. London's Heathrow  Airport, in addition to being the busiest  in the world, is also probably one of the  most modern and* efficient... a huge and  most, impressive  complex.  Canadians; incidentally, will notice the  English accent immediately on entering  the airport building from the tarmac  bus... and they'll get a bit of a shock  also to find out they're actually foreigners.  Technically, we'll all "subjects" of Her  Majesty the Queen and therefore British  subjects. But we're not British "citizens"  and we don't have British passports...  and we're therefore subject fo most of  the, same regulations and most of the  same scrutiny as those from other lands;  Polite and friendly scrutiny, but scrutiny.  Changing money is no problem in any  major European center... although there  may be varying small handling charges.  Every major airport has its money-  changing center, as do most of the major  hotels.  Our group of Canadian journalists  stopped at one of those story-book English  "country-homes" on our way to Londn,  called "Great Fosters". Now" a bit of a  convention center and restaurant, it was  for several hundred years the home of  a series of English nobility.  Class and character it still has, but  beauty and quality it does not. The hedge  was mangy, the "green" lawn needed a  good dose of Buckerfield's Special, and  there was a "musty" odor we'd soon  learn to expect in almost every old building; The beer was warm (although here  again we'd soon learn the English prefer  it that way) and the food... well, the  English have much to learn from the  Germans.  But history and dignity "Great Fosters" has aplenty.  The main entrance consisted of a tiny,  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  four-foot door cut into the main opening,  through which one has to stop' before  entering. The ancient brick of the exterior is crumbled and worn in many  areas... the wooden flooring and ornate  woodwork worn and cracked, and discolored ... even the floors sagged a little.  But, as with many English attractions,  these little matters only serve to emphasize the drama of hundreds of years  of  occupancy and history.  Thc "dining room" turned out to be  an ancient storeroom, complete with rustic  wooden beams and posts and trusses,  where the tenants of the estate once  brought their annual rent of farm produce  to the manor-house for winter storage.  Our first impression of Eton was disappointing. Shoddy, old-fashioned, even  a little dusty. Until one considers that  leaders of the Empire are supposed to  have won their battles on its playing  fields, figuratively speaking, and that  Eton still, harbours thc quaint idea that  schools and universities are for learning  and not necessarily training grounds for  future revolutionaries and professional  protestors.  Windsor, the locale of Windsor Castle,  is a delightful small city with picturesque  English shops and streets and homes...  neat and tidy and with open arms to  both domestic and foreign tourists.  Windsor Castle is a "must" for any  Canadian tourist.  From the changing of the guard to the  guided tour of the living quarters of  hundreds of years of English Kings and  Queens, to the incredible collection of  art and medieval relics and arms... it's  a -major part of English history and also  of ours.  In much the same league is the Tower  of London, in London proper. Here Henry  VIII sliced off assorted heads, including  Page A-4 Tho Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 29, 1970  those of several of his wives... where Sir  Walter Raleigh was imprisoned... where  the * two little princes were allegedly  murdered... and so on. To read about  history is one thing; but to see where it  actually took place is something else  again.  Or at Edinburgh castle in Scotland,  to view where Mary Queen of Scots was  held for 17 years and to be shown a  strip of pavement where her guards sup:  posedly wore a deep groove from march-  ���see page A-5  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service 11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  The United Church of Canada  SUMMER SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Boy  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.       *"������  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m.  ,        Ministry  Mr. Graham Dickie - Davis Bay - 885-2070  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  EVERYONE WELCOME���Informal Dress  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PHONE 885-9665  All Welcome  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from H.ghwcy)  ������^V'SJSpf^'&j&f* "J^&^^i^ar'iUTLrr^^V"**-  lo)  L��)U  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  Jackpot $200 - 50 calls  $125 - 52 calls  (up one every week)  $75 to go  w^mmmmmmmmimmsmm^s0i!S^mM��^^^  SEC&IELT AGENCIES date pAp  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  aW-WafflM-f^^  July 31���2-4 p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Newman's, Hall Road. St.  Aidan's, Roberts Creek, Garden Partv.  Aug. 1���2 p.m. Cooper's Green, Redrooffs. Country Fair. Homebaking,  sewing, fun.  Aug.  8���8  p.m.  Welcome  Beach  Holl. Welcome  Beach Community  Association Annual General Meeting.  Aug? 7, 8, 9���Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.  ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  Multiplo Listing Sorvico  Vancouver Real Estate ,  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Sechelt 885-2235  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  EXTRA CASH  FOR THAT STUFF  YOU NO LONGER  NEED  IS AS CLOSE  AS YOUR  PHONE.  CALL 885-9654  FOR  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEFS.  ��� Mr. Advertiser! Thcso  advertising spaces ore  real bargains for you,  Sold on contract only. For  (fetalis on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phone 885-9654, ask lor  special ad rates,  1 ��� t r "A/9*****"* :  ������ -i  V-il IGlriF"��??l!!  Hi #^   ;^'  a-a SAAA-F, "'  f ^ -44    * *VFaaF&F, ��M Faa.Faa.-4. /jU  I Jl'\  Ka /'   "Th* cloter tho phono ���-  i , f     tho oroeter tho convenlenco anil aocutlty"  1, t   j-vt /  a/* l  K V-7  f  foi ponnlos n ri,iy, you cm mid n .irhilon ptionoi  Cfnctly .vt.wo you nowl thorn - in llio kilchon, lho bcitropm,  the mm; room - nvrti.oiil'.Kloonihitpnlio  Tho mon- you hsvo lho fever Mr* pi you If-HO  - fvprf Lilly lni"F.',<M>f/mim*><*li|<:ni.y  And wllh lodny �� Vf-HoIk*.. ol t,hupoti lypo.onc) colors,  (hoy liocomn no O'.'if't to your cli-Vor,  J  .   CttW. cur low toil, leuurn rioui td��in9 r��t��a.n jfeur <)ii��<,i0()f,  te/,  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furnituro  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  Box 185, Gibsons, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten yeoYs to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  Diol 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Ca-��  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMAtty  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. 8. Grandvlew Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive ond Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd.  Pender Harbour, B.C.   Tel; 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Benlnger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY,  Furnituro Recovery a Specialty  Flno lino of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelt to Pender Harbour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park. D C.  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All  Kinds of Concrete Work  Albert Ronnborg 886-2996  Welcome to Floorshino Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Sprelntl.t*.In Ckonlna -Floor Wonlng  Spiny Huffing * Window denning  RrASONAtlLi: RATES  KEN C.  STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, D.C.  SIGN PAINTING  Indoor on<l Outdoor Sifjnn  ���Boats���  Phone 883-2231  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 806-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-747?  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nitd's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  UNSHINE    Bernina & Omega  ERVICE      Soles, Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885.-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   Rc3. 886-9949  C&S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR EXCAVATION  Sand - Gravel - Topsoil  Fill - Drain Rocks - Sewers  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone 883-2265 or 883-2721  1  ,ANADIAN    Jj^ROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATbS  Phone 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, B.C.  Office 886-2481 Res. 886-2131  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marino Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Modolra Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marino Sorvico  Dealer for Evinrudo,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thcrmoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  RotolilllriQ - Lawns ond Landscaping  Carpentry ��� Plumbing - Septic Tanks  Lots cleared of debris, or ony |ol>,  No Job Too Small ond 5oldom Too Dig.  Phono 885-9418  William S. Dooley, R.R, 1, Sechelt, D.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Crimper Sltri, f"ully Modern Cabins,  Tontlrifi Ground*.  ImiiKliIno Romp, Hoot Rentals, Moorngr.  Wnciovw.r-., Natural fitting in the Heart ol the  Fishing Ground*., follow tlio f.lgny  083-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Pork, B.C,  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Dal Block  Next to tho Co-op Store  Glbiona 886-2322  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service  Samples shown in the home  Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Hoavy Equipment Mov-no & Loa Towiria  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Stearnfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We   deliver   on   tho  Sunshine Coast.  Check Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.  Phono 321-2388  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886.2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  (to 9 p.m. Friday)  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494 - 885-2045  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential,  Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furnituro to anvwhero In Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling,  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees.  Phono 886-2684  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gos - Dlcsol Repairs - Welding  Evlnrudo Sales - OMC Parts & Servico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Toping ond Filling by bond ond machlna  ���Sproy Tex Sparkle Ceilings���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Crock, B.C.  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv. ot Coatt Cocktioo & Trucking Ltd,  Fibreglass Septic Tanks hold and Installed  Drain Tllo - Cement - Reinforcing Rods  Distribution Boxes, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  COAST BACKHOE 8, TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, elc,  Box 89, Modclra Park  Phono 883-2274  '< * r  7K  CONSTRUCTION  Will fromo houses, cottages, finishing,  remodelling alio plumbing and wiring.  PHONE 886-2417 OR 886-7560  .������*>���* i *;  ���Ma^atVaAAa- \  -**��  *******'***Il,W,t|il*^^r^Ma���  ���Us^  Outdoor topics  by: He'd Fisher  APARTMENT HOUSE  FISHING  WHENEVER a tree falls into a lake or  "stream,   it   becomes   a   giant,   luxury  apartment house.  The first occupants to move in are minnows and small fnh seeking shade and  shelter. Close behind will be crayfish, hell-  grammites, caddis nymphs, frogs, worms  and many other forms of aquatic life.  This abundance of natural food soon-  lyKLaMrMiiEMSM^^  NOW SERVING  jut  SUNSHINE COAST  I  flPT'SEI  - TV - STEHEO  PHONE 886-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons  I  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday, July 29, 1970  attracts some keeper-size fish and several  of those will probably make the fallen  tree their homp. ^  Sharp-eyed anglers take advantage of  logs and slumps in the water, says Red  Fisher, the fishing authority at Mercury  outboards, and their fishing success improves when they learn how to use these  underwak-r housing developmenLs for fish.  Largemouth bass -like to lie under a  log just where it enters the water and  catch small frogs as they leave the water  to sun themselves. A bass bug ��� or top  water plug ��� cast so that it glances off  the log will often tempt a bass into thinking it'-s his next meal.  The position of the sun makes a difference as to which side you should aim  your cast. Most fish like the shade, therefore it's best to drop the first cast on the  ���shady side of a log or stump.  During the hours when the sun is almost directly overhead, fish move into  deeper water along the log. When this  happens it's time to change to a -spinning  rig and work the deep water at the end of  the log.  MORE ABOUT...  H    ROBERTS CESEEG-i VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT  from page A-4   S3  i  I  I  li  ii  la  i  I  ii  I  I  i  I  I  !l  11  ���IP  "But, my dear,*' gushed the girl in the  city bus, "one must have the right clothes.  When I go riding, I wear a riding habit;  when I go out in the evening, I wear an  evening dress..."  "Really!" interrupted the man who  was trying to read his paper. "And what  do you wear at birthday parties?"  Gibsons, B.C.  �� Flare leg slims  ��� Tops,  Shorts and  Slims in  Cotton,  Knits and  Terries.  ��� Swim Suits  ��� Never  Press - Golf  Dresses.  Shorts and  Skirts.  ��� Drip-Dries  in Cotton,  Arnel and  Fortrel   Dresses.  Coats and Rainwear and many lovely  items in Lounge wear and Patio wear.  SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY  JULY 29th  886-9941  ���'���"���'i - riiii rrrii? Tiirr  "^ffrtr?"**��^^  ,3.7,(1,.AMA;fk77''iM,!..*i.,'>.....*,,.Kb.. a<M .fa  ing back and forth for all those years.  The Scottish Crown Jewels are still  there, purportedly because loyal Scotsmen with the help ol clergymen hid them  in an alcove and filled in the area with  a false wall.  But back to London. Westminster Abbey ... old, crumbling, unbelievably big  and crammed with history (and its floors  with the bodies oi English heroes). The  Houses of Parliament, the Guildhall, London Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace,  St. Paul's athedral... almost as much  a part of our own history as of the English.  Picadilly Circus (I guessed they call  them "circuses" because the traffic goes  around and around)... complete with  thousands of hippies, tens of thousands of  tourists ... and eighteen million pigeons.  The British Museum, with its Rosetta  Stone and other Egyptian, Grecian and  Roman antiquities and endless other displays. These and countless other attractions are the stuff London has to show  the tourist... the list is almost endless.  , Thousands of centuries-old buildings  in London were razed during the war,  but many thousands more, still remain.  The new buildings are modern and functional... but those from Victorian and  pre-Victorian days are the ones which  catch the fancy of us colonials.  Like the Grosvehor Hotel, adjacent to  Victoria station. Saturated with Victorian  elegance, it's hardly now "the" place to  stay... unless you're looking for something different. But it very obviously was  pnee the ultimate in turn-of-the-century  opulence.  Grand semi-circular staircases leading  to balconies overlook the courtyard size  foyer. Magnificent dining room, Gallery  Lounge ahd Drawing Room for late evening tea or liquor after the bar closes ...  the whole building dripping with the  atmosphere one would Expect of the upper-class English of the early 1900's.  I've always wondered about those  "garret" rooms on the top floors of old .  eighteenth-century_buildings, and at the  Grosvenor I found out. Huge ten-foot  ceilings with walls curving in to form  the roof of the building. Dormer poking  out from the curved roof, tucked in behind the building's tattered wooden name  plate ... with Buckingham Palace Road  traffic and sights six floors below...  plumbing and wiring obviously added  after initial construction... old fireplace  walledHn, cupboards and furniture obviously designed for the days of water-jug  and chamber-pot.  The "john" was down the hall, complete with English pull-chain, and it didn't  work  very  well...  and  the  light went  Walter Safety say9,  "Kneel or sit low in a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the.canoo until  help arrives."  on and off as the cubicle door opened and  .shut.  And the elevator (sorry, the "lift")  was the only one I've ever seen which  was operated with a hemp rope. (A sign  assured guests it was safe and inspected  regularly.) Old and musty the hotel may  be, but a dump it is not:  Much of London may be described in  the same manner... old and musty and  fascinating. The only real "dumps" seemed to be reserved for railway stations.  The new buildings are as modern as those  anywhere, but it's the old and historical  London which appeals to the North American.  (To be continued)  y*>��**SS  tHa  ��i5auier��idLe  ROBERTS CREEK C0FJ1W3U^1TY HALL  THE PEN KINGS' ORCHESTRA  Refreshments available "   Admission $2.00         Tickets from: J. Eldred 886-2474; G���. Krause 886-2811, S. Rowland  jEg      886-2087, Sea View Market 886-2467 also Fire Department members  S3  w  no  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On the Whorf . 886-9303  Quality House and Marine  'Point.  /  EPOXY COATIMGSs TOUGH FOSSES  THAT TAICE WEAR A^D/TtEAR  "Times   AdBriefs'  aro  4MIGHTY MIDGETS  PLUMSilSO LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kern Tone  and Sherwin Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  Morgan's  Men's Wenr  G.W.G. Work Clothes  Work Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  PART. II  One characteristic of two-package epoxies is that the paint begins  to thicken ond eventually becomes unusuable about eight hours after  the components are mixed. If necessary, you may be able to prolong the  "pot-life" by placing the paint in a cold area of your basement or away  from heat. The cold slows the chemical process.. It's best, of course/, to  mix just enough paint for one day's use.  Here are a few tips for painting with epoxies:  Epoxies may chalk in sunlight so be cautious about using them for  outside work.  Make sure that your tools have no old paint on them before you  use an epoxy coating. If the tools need to be cleaned, use the solvent  recommended by the manufacturer for thinning the epoxy coating.  Be very careful when applying epoxies to a previously painted surface.  They moy penetrate and wrinkle the old paint. Test a small patch first.  Finally, use epoxies in p well-ventilated area since the solvents are  VOLATILE and INFLAMMABLE.  If a little care is taken during application, the tough epoxy finish  will withstand chemical attack and make light work of the heavy-use  areas around your home!  a**??C*F  *"    a"a-TTtF7'.FF''i       adS  tiptl~2^^fr^7^Wj^C3  ^wumjwum%auimiHiiwjrJiauitBtsmAjiaeim>i%  TWIW CS-SEs.  L-OTBEi?? &  BUELDSNC  SUPPLY  Your  General  Paints  Dealer  Monomer & Breez  Paints  Sunshine Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2808  rff*nrTTfgTfflWTffvffia^ri-Tffmiain*?iffWB  fl  I  t  I  JULY 29th mm AUGUST 15th OPILYI  ; SUMMER WEIGHT  j FLARE PANTS: j  I Novcr-Press In Blue, Green, Yellow and 9  j White. j  J rcg. prlco YOU PAY ONLY \  J (fax extra) (tax oxtra)        ��  j 50,95 $6.00 }  W33  SHORT SLEEVE  SPOUT SHIRTS:  Never needs ironing, in many  styles, colors, & patterns. Canadian made ond guaranteed.  Rcg. price  YOU PAY ONLY  (tax extra)  (tax extra)  $5,00  $3.88  $6,00  $4.88  $7.00  $5.49  $8,00  $6.49  $9,00  $6.88  $10,00  $7.88  SHORT SLEEVE  SWEATERS &  KNITS:  Machine Washable,  reg. prlco  (tax oxtra)  $5,00  $9,00  $10,00  YOU PAY ONLY  (tax extra)  $3.80  $6.00    .  $7.08  PEP SHIRTS & VEL-KNITS:  V-Ncck, short slccvo. V-Ncck, long sleeve. Crew  neck, short and long. Rcg. $6.00  SPECIAL  M3\  TENNIS SHIRTS  GRAND SLAM  GOLF SHIRTS  $6,00  $4,50  $4.88  $3.49  MISCELLANEOUS:  All Bathing Suits, Walking Short, 8. Summer Hats.  Discount  i  o  iMi(ioSnQ��  nn  S  nm  ���La-  Phono 886-2116*  On tho Wotcrfront, Gibsons  THE  CLASSIFIED  RESULTS.  AD-BRIEFS  2,5(00 [HOMES  WEEKLY.  ,  BUY, SELL,  RENT, SWAP,  6ET HELP,  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Those  advertising spaces aro  real bargains for you  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 005-9654, ask for  spccinl ad rates.  rr  ?'  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board  or by the Government of British Columbia  ���   ^AI^-<ayaVV-.aa>F^in>.,Mka^>   ���  r-  ~1 "    -a>  ,��*>���...      .. .��-  A-f;,"  -     ���**      a   1  . *-* -J  F     , -       "A  t.y  a fA, -.-J-J ���*��� ��,  ffi  5>^  ,-.��� %A'*f  4 ���.��* - ^tMBM^M^^^^  *"  Jf-      >*>;*"�� tUiVA** ���*��� *i i** ,*' *<.  lvVl!<V,. cVtf '^A VV  ami  o  Britisfi Columbians know naj living. TJtey also k^ow -real foccr.  V7)///M  A__^    U     U       ^aZ        \   mis  j  ���\  "    THIS "WEEK .IT'S  "THE  KNIGHTS  OF  ftHYTHM"  Starts ��:30 p.n|. and rocks till 2:00 a.m. - Itefr^sfimenta served till 1:00 a.m. i  SMORGASBOIHD: From 5:30 p.m. to 0:20 p.m. "       ,   |  ft  Ik  FRIDAY  AMD SATURDAY  NIGHT  af  IFRIDAY  NIGHT ���. $1.50 per Person!  jSATURPAY NIGHT ��� $2.00 pot Personf  HIGHWAY 101, SECHELT, B.C,  PMOP-JEE 885-2133  ^ |fc*Sfl--a> �������*--���-�����  r" , ** ?7^7X'G��'lw7&rr7777{ *. V C'aj'Vfr'V^^''"''''^'''"^^^ fl.|ai��>��L>..l��ip.i;',1;.^*iii��^^ ,. ,,a<.l��'iiW��a��*..a��ial��..a*.w..^-I^U^^ *,.ir^.���,,y , ,    .,i,,**.'w[,,l,i,.J-���...���^*,r. ���,'* 'Sr..n.l,^v..avr,, ., I fr..) r..|.,..-, y)��,f .,<   I*   i a ^ art .,    i   ,1 ,-   aa-i,a^*^*����,a^i*JjH��WW-��a-U-^^  Readers' Right  Page A-6. .        The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 29, 1970  read about the living process^ It must be  lived; this being the true substance of the  evolutionary learning process.  Half a loai  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Would not labour be welf-advised mi��  ���.��   ���     i.    . u  u     . j   .  to come to a leasonable wage settlement, .  ,The ^f1 -*?10?1  would b3 students,  -and quickly, before the whole economy J0U"g  a"d   ��ld*   mv0,vcd   m .p5��ducinf  of the country - and the world - comes fi0ods aJ?d har,f0ny ^T.-*1 ,lhoU5ai,d  to a standstill? Half a loaf is better than ?cref-where all responsibilities of a prac-  no bread "ca* balanced ecology could be met face to  (E. W ABRAH.AM) *ace"   ^xPeri"n?nis  could  be  made with  concepts of closed and open environments  Deaenerative  affect of total "^sufficiency. Forests and hor-  "c'" ^  Mi**c?v.�� t.-cuiiursl mancgement would be an open  ���J    Editor, The Times, challenge  tz  all  and  their  productivity  Sir: In a li'tlo while thc dehumanizing could pay all involved.  ar.,1   disoncnhng  pi.oce.is  of  "education" ., , 41        , -    .   , ,.  will b.*gm another boring year, with little        "|f���you. accept,the salary -oriented   cx-  icftard ��o the manifestations of it's failure *?**    f���  .�� no^*ng ubu   iUS���? ih���  ,    to ni 3ducc ind.vidu-.ls wno can deal with lblhiy to pi?k "p ^ c^ck and ��� ,m  'A    the pioblems that so urgently need to be ***** are aJfaid < thcir ,f *  shadow.  i\1    soivcd then you will reap the results of the prcs-  _ ' ,    ,   , cnt archaic school" system and wallow in  The  vanguard of dropouts, neurotica ,he hatred of all the things it produces,  , schcol.  Unapplied  infinite knowledge as  Valuable Gift taught by the academies, though it can be  KJ'^ ;���''-    Over the years, Mr. Charles Bedford Ased ,0T ^^nce will aways have a dc-  %t$^:hV&    of Roberts Creek assembled one of   fienerat>ve cffect* Tt ls not su-����-ient to  the finest shell   collections   in the   "*"  world.  Last year   he donated   the  aluable collection to the village of  tf  -A-; it"  ; - '  yf'' At* *-��� v *  ..-   *-  '    *SU7.\jfe$Q  - j* iffi ii, ai.* - j *m * t ������-*' ��  - ''   /�� .Aiw:  ��      f * fa        S^T    ���*��$  JA^T?--f collectibn, the story of ancient Indian '  -..^fv^^ culture and the settling of pioneers -  ,\,^rf. ;�� in the area, is told by pictures and  ,  /AirJV.**"* items of historical interest donated  I  " Wz>\i t0 tne rapidly growing museum by  - .77i^X'-v pioneer families. Just a fraction of  >     W7.~ 'I the collection is pictured here.  ��� " * 4-i '��� -7A*':   ��waiters  it it t-r  Jewellry  Watch &  Repairs  it    it   is  Phone  885-2421  TOTER/1 CLUB  FRIDAYS. 8:00 p.m,  mmm hall  Jackpot $30.0  $75 TO GO  ft DOOH PRIZE ft:  ���l^^n-'Tf^*- +  v"��1-  �����_ ^ J -a,       "*     �� J*'**'*'  ���>���; -   "  'v-,*j *>lf^    ,  /> '*?-*-��-**t^\l;/  - a.,     I*'\(*F        <V      S!  fC-* ;-^a.v'  ��� ? -��->'���  '-> �����        **^*  * H AAA? , ��il  t   '**   +   f ���>     \    > a.        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K  THURSDAY  JULY 30fh  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION HALL - 8 p.m.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, GIBSONS  19 GAMES $10 or OVER  20fh GAIV3E  $500-50 CALLS  ^ $20O-55 CALLS  $50-56 CALLS or mORE  Door Mm  Draw  Winner must bo in Attendance  ilnrSurtiitjiiniV} -fr-rf-*"--"  i-.Ami.  ..lalNA.  I alVWll..ilaila*.A^  FOU CASH.  AD-BLiSEFS  885-9654  2,500 HOMES  THE TIMES  CAM ����ftOVE  DEL1VEHYS  ��� Mr. Advertiser: Those  advertising spaces aro  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar,  phono 885-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  ���a."'   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A  good buy. PACK AT  ftftftftft  MEWS SPORT OR  DRESS SOCHS  Lots of bright colours. Tho sock for  tho man that likes a good weight.  TRY THESE AT    BiF  ftftftftft  RECORDS 45's RECORDS  $10 VALUE for ��i    m,^  95c + 5 tax =5 .       Hoillf  BMCENCE  Assorted fragrances.  Circular container  ZODIAC WRITING PAPER  Ideal as a gift or for your own  personal uso. ���*-)  BOX gm  ftftftftft  Some good buys on three numbers  of transistor radios, como in ond  check thcso values.  Ilinaautail w uliiiajiWM wi��aiaaaaaaiaa|Maia.aiaMaaMaFaaaaWa.BMBaaaaaaaaaaai.  CliccH Camptiell's lor  your OZITE floor  covering needs  n��  /;  ^-S-*1--..^    ���**,*!! -*-w*�� 't "     *- * i f  ^���"yr"!1  Section B  Wedne$<3oy, July 29, 1970  Pages 1-4  Hon. /sabeJ Dawson...  misy  FOR most people, in these days, of form  .filling,  one name is enough...  two  are somewhat unusual... but three names  could almost be rated a "crowd"...  Not for  Honourable  Isabel  Dawson,  however, who was made Honourary Chief  of    thc   Kingcome  Indian   Band    last  Thanksgiving  Day,  and given Ihe name  "Pudlass",     which  means     "Guests  Never   Leave   Her  House Hungry".  Recently, .oh her  return     to   "King-  come   Village,   she  was presented with  ceremonial      robes  and apron, bearing  the insignia of the  Tswadaniuk people  __. " a-aMM.1   *-.��a��*^'---a-��'**-a-��'*�� -a..���.    ��� -a  This  past weekend,  while attending  Mackenzie Day in Bella Coola, she was ���  honored with a new name and chieftainship in the Bella Coola Indian Band.  In welcoming her to the band, Chief  Lawrence Pootlass called upon one of  the senior members of the band to bestow  the name "Anapsutlanumlich" upon her.  The name originally was applied to two  people who married and produced many  children, but its meaning as applied to  Honourable Isabel Dawson was given as  "One who is learning good and increasfng  in knowledge of what she is doing among  TOES mTHE WEEK*  JULY 29th TO AUG. 4th  29 0151am 13.0  W. 0953 am    3.3  0606 pm  14.2  1.103 pm 12.2  1  Sa.  1228 am 11.7  0431 am 12.8  1203 pm 3.1  0746 pm 11.3  30  0246 am 12.8  Tu. 1048 am    3.2  0636 pm 14.4  1153 pm 11.9  2,  Su.  1258 am 11.3  0521 am 12.8  1238 pm 3.2  0816 pm 14.5  31   0341 am 12.8  Fr.   1128 am    3.1  0716 pm 14.5  -  3  M.  0138 am 10.8  0606 pm 12.7  0113 pm 3.6  0826 pm 14.5  .         4    0213 am  "W*      Tu. 0651 am  **^              0143 pm  0841 pm  10.2  12.S     +   .  14.6  WATER SKIES  SKI-ROPES  BQAI.,tiQQ.KS-   LIFE JACKETS    -  OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL  GAS CANS  BOAT HORNS & BUMPERS  ��� MOTOR BRACKETS  REPAIR - PARTS.- SERVICE  CM SAW CEH  Cowrie  St., Sechelt ��� 885-9626  Indian people". 7  Ceremonial dances were performed in  her honor, and she was invited to join in  one of the dances with the women of the"*  band. Mrs. Dawson's colorful robes  blended with those of the other dancers  whose graceful rhythmic movements were  accompanied by the beating of drums  and sticks.  Margaret Edgar, a member of the  Bella Coola Band, prefaced each dance  with a story, simply told. Dances themselves were described by Mrs. Dawson as  "masterpieces of symbolism and grace."  Some of the dances performed were  The Raven'Dance, the Story of the Ho-Ho  Birds, and other family dances which  told stories of brave hunters of early days.  Dance of the Changing Mask was executed by dancer wearing a mask which  changed facial expression when the dancer  inserted various mouthpieces into the  mask while performing. Many facets of  human expression were covered by the  mouth changes.  Legend of the Thunderbird was told  in story and dance. Costumes worn by  dancers created a semblance of the  Thunderbird. .  In addition to being honored by the  Bella Coola Band, Mrs. Dawson opened  the new museum in Bella Coola, and  attended a barbeque held at the local  provincial park. Museum building is part  of the original school house built in 1892,  and is made of hewn legs.  People in the Bella Coola area have  contributed many interesting pictures and  artifacts of early- days in the valley.  Outdoor spectacular  for Gibsons theatre  ENTERTAINMENT for everybody this  week at Twilight Theatre in Gibsons;  first, for, the family "The Outdoorsman", -  a very/comprehensive hunting and fishing  spectacular, with lots of expert hunters  and fisherman bagging lots of trophies.  with guns, Tods, and even bows and arrows. This is a wide screen movie in full  color, the result of 5 years of effort.  Whatever you hear about "Midnight  Cowboy", when it starts on Sunday, will  probably be true, but you can only "find  out for yourself if you are over 18 years  of age, or if you manage to procure a  chaperone who can pose as a responsible  adult. Anyhow, "Midnight Cowboy" is  the not so pretty story of Joe Buck, who  is a good-looking, uneducated Texas youth  convinced that he is the salvation of  many lonely, love-starved- New. .^york.  women. Joe quits his dishwashing job,  outfits himself in-synthetic cowboy regalia and heads East to parlay his doubtful skill into fame and fortune.  -  Gibsons  -.7'   I'V-tv   ,-,-  '���A'' ^uizhtillL.  ���rf-Aa,     ft ^M  THE OUTDOORSMAN  Hunting and Fishing Spectacular ��� in Color  Thur.-., Fri., and Sat., July 30th, 31 it, and August Ut ot 8 p.m.  |la *  ��� ? \eAh  CRT11  ���    i,t.i:ST*\ VAiN",\K���� .!��Vff.\' M..',iVn."..nill '������ 1" 1 *  .-���|*V|\ ".'II I -   ll' I'*.' \*.li IK < il! .*���*.  ia��iMIM��WMaMWIat��*a)l8*�� " "L--.  i"*ijiai."FJp'  a-aaaaa-aa-p^ajsa,  .���?  ���  ACCENT FOR HIRE?  Two London buses, two London taxis,  and several ancient street lamps.  These are some of the "curiosities"  being shipped to Arizona to go with  London Bridge, now on its way to reerec-  tion at Lake Havasu City.  Question: Are these some authentic  Cockney cabbies who might enjoy the  dry climate of Arizona?  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Wheeler, Editor and Publisher  uif ajjajmn. <niiimnmiii r-ni-rnnmnnii m 1 * *���i ���a������������   !fi��BM����i��a(ey ��Ba  slls&ffls  THERE comes a time when our so-  called democratic system of government becomes somewhat farcical, particularly when some departments continue,  year after year, to hop around in ever  , widening circles with heads protruding  through thc clouds and indecision  scrawled in every footprint.  Such a department must surely be  that, almost jokingly, referred to as the  Pollution Control"Board. This department deserves full marks for its ability  to pussyfoot, dawdle, procrastinate, and  . by co doing, impede progress at the  expense of The taxpayer.  To be specific, we refer to the ludicrous situation which has developed since  Council of Gibsons conformed with instructions from Victoria and committed  itself to considerable expenditure by  agreeing to put in a sewer system with  more than adequate treatment and disposal plant.  The run-round by thc Pollution  Control Board since that time has been  little short of fantastic. Two years have  elapsed during which time one sewer  application resulted in a number of public  meetings and a" public hearing and finally,  a year later, rejection by the P.C.B.  This even though the treatment proposed  at that time was considered adequate  by the board.  A second application was submitted  which contained proposals for a secondary treatment plant arid this in turn, due  to an extremely small group of protesters who were not even village residents  ended up with another public hearing,  this time in Victoria. Thc same small  group of four or. five people was there  to register its opposition and so was  council which presented its side of the  abominable situation.  Whilst this nonsense has been taking  place over a two year period, constructional costs have spiralled and an existing pollution problem has worsened. Due  to this pollution problem, first noted by  the P.C.B. three years or more ago,  council wrote stating its plans to install  a sewer system. Reply from the board  expressed 'delight that serious steps were  being taken by \tHe council.  .Since the last public hearing in Victoria, July 14th the chairman 'of thc "  P.C.B. has written Mayor Wally Peterson stating, in effect, that the appeals  against' the project-and presented at' the  hearing, have been disallowed on- the  basis That essentially the same information was available to the director and appellants as was contained in the application1* by village of Gibsons dated  December 30th 1969, and such information could be sufficient to make, a-decision without a public hearing by the  director. ;'. ..;���"'������ v-���*���:���,'������:<,.  However, the most incredible comment in the letter indicated that while  no permit has yet been issued, when such  a permit is issued it will be subject to  appeal under the Pollution Control Act.  In other words, the whole sorry affair  has been dragged out and on and on,  so let us now consider issuance of a  permit then let it drag on a few more  months by paying the way for further  appeals. Perhaps with a little luck the  board will be able to stall another year  or so by following up thc inevitable appeals with another hearing?  Another aspect of this absurd situation is the fact til at a perfectly straightforward attempt by a council to eliminate  a pollution problem has been protested  vigirously by a small group, yet we hear  virtually nothing of the many tons of  sewage disposal and other waste products  dumped daily into the ocean by the  ferries. Neither, significantly, do we hear  any screams about what many anti-pol-  lutionists call the worst offender, the  pulp mill at Port Mellon. We do hot  subscribe to this suggestion but it is  strange that both offenders, if offenders  they are, appear to be completely ignored  in thc furore raised against a perfectly  efficient treatment plant.  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  MISS Patti. Clement, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs.. J. Clement has returned from a  9 month holiday. Her travelling' companion was Carolyne Warner of Vancouver  who is at* present vacationing at Roberts  Creek. Tho young ladies travelled by  plane to Montreal, thence by boat to  Liverpool. They toured England, Ireland,  Scotland and Wales, using the Youth *  Hostels which aro inexpensive and where  interesting people can be met. Many countries in Europe were also visited where  the girls found Choir high school French  to be of some holp.  In Greece, the people ware friendly,  Patti and her friend al?o went to North  Africa" which they found interesting, although the culture there is so different.  Being away for so long, the girls encountered all sorts of weather conditions.  Patti. visited relatives* in England and  Scotland. They found the trip educational  and people they met showed interest  in Canada, some wanting to emigrate to  this country. Patti says that in spite of  all the beauty of overseas countries, it  is good to be back in British. Columbia  with its lovely scenery and climate.  DOUBLE CELEBRATION  Twins Glen arid Kenneth Dempster,  a month old, were present when a delightful baby, shower was held for them at  the home of Mrs. Ruth Hogberg, with Mre.  Iasabel Hart as co-hostess. Large White  flowers and streamers decorated the room  and the chair for the guest of honour,  Mrs. Annie Dempster. ,  Others attending were: Doris Dempster; Mrs. Christing; Carole Duffus; Jan  Gibb; Lee Wiren; Ailene Watson; Virginia  Reynolds; Freida Leaehman; Rose Gibb;  and Jean Davidson. A game was played  and delicious refreshments enjoyed. Un-.  able to attend but sending gifts were: Sue  Whiting; Georgette Smith and Joyce  Nicholson.  ��&��"����   ��FlMltiil��^  WITHOUT any desire to delve into the  advantages or disadvantages of retaining the Monarchy in Canada, we  cannol help but comment on the now  obvious intention of the present federal  government to sever such relationship  .and its ultimate goal, ��� establishment  of a republic..  Since election of the Trudeau 'government, a number of links have been  unobtrusively forged in a chain of questionable actions that all add up to se-  verence of relations with the Crown, If  this is what Canadians wish, then a  socialist republic under control of Quebec is an innovation we will have to  face up to within1 thc not too distant  future.  It would seem a move in this direction actually commenced with the previous Pearson government for during thc  past few years the flag was hauled down  and replaced without regard for the  sentiment or wishes of the Canadian  people as a whole. The royal coat of  arms was removed from Post Office  mail trucks. Thc word "Royal" removed  from thc title pf Canada's armed forces.  A stop order placed on the award of  the Victoria Cross and other awards "In  Thc British Tradition" for gallantry and  service. Thc Monarch's picture removed  from some bank notes. The name of the  ���Queen eliminated from official federal  documents and parliamentary and traditional practices arc being replaced by an  executive system  of government.  Perhaps even more insidious is the  recent attack upon the name ��� The  Dominion of Canada.'Speaking in the  Commons John Diefcnbaker said that  the head of the news department of lhc  CBC had staled lhal specific orders had  The Pmimvh&*Jmm  Published Wc.1ncs.lnys nt Sechelt  on B.C.'a Sunshine Coast  ��� . by  Scchcli Pcnhi-nili. Times Ltd.  Box J10-Sechelt. B.C.  Doiililax Ci, Wheeler, Editor ami Publisher  Subscription Kntcs: (in ndvnnco)  1 Year. $."��� - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. nnd Foreign, $5.50  Serving the area front Port Mellon to Bgmtml  (Howe Sound to Jervl* Inlet)  been given by the department of State  Secretary Gerald Pelletier that July 1st,  Dominion Day, was to be caliedi Canada Day.  An Ontario Conservative MP has  been quoted as stating in the Commons  "Because bf the e.stablished strength and  greatness of this country, this brb.id  Dominion of Canada, I would not think  it necessary that any member of this  House take up time, today or any other  day, in an effort to change the name of  our great national, holiday, Dominion  Day, which was laid down by the Fathers of Confederation."  Just last week, Pelletier was reported  as stating that "the force of things" will  eventually bring about an end of thc  monarchy in Canada. In a television  program he elaborated with "the majority of people in government were in  favor of the monarchy in so far as it  unites Canadians, but when it begins  to present obstacles they arc no longer  in favor of it."  Regarding a comment attributed to  Prime Minister Trudeau that he was  disturbed at the cost to Canada of thc  royal tour, an Ontario publication states  "His own royal tour of Manitoba, involving nearly his complete cabinet, is  not mentioned. Nor the coming junkets  to the Soviet Union and Siberia of some  twenty odd MPs and their wives, at  the taxpayer's expense! It's fine for the  new Trudeau elite to visit the northern  regions of the Red Empire, but not  for our own Queen to visit the citizens  in her own northern realm!  "One fact emerges clearly: most  Canadians may have their birthright and  heritage; but somewhere behind thc  levers of power in Ottawa are individuals who know all about that heritage  and ar,c determined to cut us off from  it and recast Canada in thc republican  mould".  As wc have said, it is not our intention at this time to debate the rights and  wrongs of discarding the monarchy, at  the same time we do know that very  many Canadians are indeed prowl of  their heritage. If they are prepared to  see it changed, then thai is their privilege, if they do" not, then they have to  make themselves heard loud and long for  the path upon which we are being led  is taking a very sharp turn lo tho left.  PICNIC  Following an informal picnic at Seaside Park i-ecently, quite a number of  local people gathered at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sherman, Port Mellon,  to meet Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Weston and  their daughter Marilyn who were visiting  on the Peninsula as representatives of  Briercrest Bible Institute and Caronport  High School.  An interesting talk was given and  pictures of the school were shown. A  school where there are no sit-ins; love-  ins; riots etc*., where the faculty who  accept but a minimum salary, are dedicated people .with a concern for each  student's physical, mental and spiritual  wellbeing. A place indeed where young  people go because they want to study.  TRAVELLERS  Mrs. C. H. Halstead had a marvellous  holiday when she travelled by plane to  Eng"ta"nd. At Blackpool she visited her  brother,and his family whom she had  not seen for 35 years. Mrs. Halstead was  overseas for a month.  Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Shadwell  and family have returned from an enjoyable holiday. They "motored to Eastern  Canada seeing Toronto, Ottawa, and going .as far as Quebec City. They found  a month. not nearly long enough to visit  all the interesting places. The Shadwells  attended Manitoba Centennial celebrations  in Winnipeg. They visited friends in different areas and relatives in the Okanagan  and the weather was pleasant during  their trip.  Guest of Mrs. Betty Gisvold for a  few days was her niece from Oslo, Norway, Miss Annie Gisvold, who is at present travelling in the United States and  Canada. Miss Gisvold was a former resident of Edmonton when her father was  Norwegian Consul there for 5 years.  Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bulger were visitors  to Seattle where they attended the wedding of Tom McKee and Miss Cathijean  Adams. The groom's parents from Ana-  cortes, Wash, are old friends of the Bulgers.  Mr. Al. Swallow is visiting relatives  in Manitoba.  BIRTHS      ..* '  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coates  nt St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt on July ,  10, a son 0 lbs AV> ozs. Leonard Lorne  Denford Coates, first grandchild for Mr.  and Mrs. Cecil Denford of Port Mellon. .  Grandparents    Mr.   and   Mr.s.    Leonard j  Coates from  Port  Coquitlam were over ,  to welcome tho new .arrival,  Wayne nnd Donna Blomgren of Roberts Creek nre being congratulated on  the birth of their first child, a son Darren  Edwnrd, 8 lbs. 12 oz, at St. Paul's Hospital,   Vancouver,   on   July,  13th.  visnons  Sum and Edith Flodnger were over  from Aldergrove for n few ciaj'.s to nee  thoir son Don nnd visit with frionds hero.  Guests of Mm, Mnrlo Scott were Mr.  and Mia. James Scott nnd 1 children who  motored from Kimberley to spend a  wei'l,',, holiday enjoying tho Sunshine  Const  benchc',-,,  Paul nnd Joyce Pettlt nnd 2 non!. from  Tiicnmn, Washington, visited Mr, nnd  Mih. Arnold Blomgren nnd family who  also hud relative,, from Wynynrd, Sank,  ns guests for a w-'-'lc,  With her 3 children, Penrllo Pnuoslcl  has come down from Prince George lo  vl.'ilt her parents Mr. and Mrs, W. Fnrn-  ham and other relatives In'Gibsons "for  a week. Pearlie's husband Bob, joined  them for a few days.  - Mr. and Mrs. Hupperz and family  from Westlock, Alberta, were guests of  Corporal & Mrs. L. Biggeman for a week.  Also visiting, wore Cpl. Biggeman's brother-in-law-and sister Mr. and Mrs. John  from Red Deer, Alta.-. -  Visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Stan Youdell  is the latter's brother>"*3ordon Sopow from  Ganges, here for the- summer.  Colin Swfnnoy is. at Quesnel visiting  his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ace Leffler.  Mr. and Mrs.; Wayne Abrams and  family arc reported well and happy "at  Tiachung Tiawaii, R. O. C. . Wayne and  Jean are very busy, among their other  duties they are." teaching English at the  Bible College there.  Summer visitor with Mr. and Mrs.  V. Swinney is the former's father, Mr.  J. R. M. -Swinney from Pincher Creek,  Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Puchalski have  returned after travelling in Europe for a  year. While overseas, they visited relatives  and   friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Skinner and baby  have returned from Red Deer, Alberta.  Guests of Paul and Ernie Walters are  DarryJ and Brian Collins from Union Bay.  Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnson vacationed  in Manitoba where Mrs. Johnson attended  a centennial reunion- of nurses at Brandon General Hospital. The Johnsons reUuuj-  cd from Winnipeg by plane after a very  enjoyable visit to their "home" province.  Spending a few weeks with Mr. and  Mrs. J. Skellett was the latter's brother  Bob Cooper with his wife Mavis, son John  and cousin Bob, who came by train from  Montreal. It was their first visit here and  they enjoyed fishing etc. on the Sunshine Coast.  While Mr. and Mrs. George Hill were  on a week's holiday at Glimpse Lake  near Merritt, they found the fishing very  good. During their visit, there was a  rather severe electrical storm and lightning struck the trailer next to theirs, break- .  ing a window.  Mrs. Helen O'Brien from Canoe and  her sister, Mrs. Louise Wheeldon from  Vancouver, joined relatives here to attend  the wedding of their brother, Pat Malyea  in Powell River. Ray and Margaret Coates  from Port Moody were over. Brad Mc-  Kenzie observed his birthday on the day  of the Malyea wedding at which he was  guest.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Walters  are Mrs. Lillian Greer and her daughter  Shirley-Lynne from Chemainus.  HERE AND THERE  Bernell and Sharon Marleau and children Randy, Michael and Rjchelle will  be making their home at Fort St. James  where Mr. Marleau started work last  week.  With a nautical theme "the clipper  ship", Ed Ewart reports some of the best  ever groups at Keats Island Baptist Camp.  About 80 intermediates had an enjoyable and profitable time. Four young  leaders are there for the summer and  a different camp Dean comes oq,t from  Vancouver each week.  Stephanie Jane Gibson, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. F. 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'��� '��� '. ���" ,   by his young owner Debbie Marsh of horse for just one year and their  Roberts   Creek "Mr. Black" .came progress will be interesting to watch  first in the jumping against seasoned at local rodeos,  opposition and shows great promise. ,  Safe Motoring  PARENTS putting children into the family automobile to go to the grocery  store or shopping centre seldom give a  thought to the possibility of a traffic  accident; the family will not be going  far enough or driving fast enough to have  ah accident, they presume.  . Children often are allowed to stand  on the front seat, ,r to scamper about the  car, without a restraining device. The  B.C. Automobile Association believes parents should pay attention-to the installa- R At,'  tion and proper use of all safety devices    f^  ^W'l&- ft*.  ��� particularly for youngsters under age   IfiA d-7-M &'W''  .***-  five  Automobile seats were  not  for small cljildreri, a neglected  the effort to make driving safer  7,000 youngsters are killed each year in  motor vehicle accidents in Canada and the  United States and many thousands more  seriously injured,  She's Boss  Little girl who stole the limelight at   invitation to go for'a ride. Terry's which attracted a great number of  ,,- .What types of devices and what proce-   RoalCogor's weekend Rodeo at Pen-   father, Harry Kenyon and -Pat Wil- spectators. With Terry in the saddle,  'AA*"Ad   dures are best to add to their safety? A   fer Harbour was. 9 year old Terry   liams supplied   the bucking   horses Sam owned by Barry Crouse of Gib-  ��;-.?;/:A*   sturdy restraint that is securely anchored   Kenyon of Mount Currie. Her feet,   for" the thrilling wild horse  riding sons, did what he was told.  "     -**lia.*',  - AAS- A.-Jv .,A'***;'**,i' v��   t0 the car frame, such as a seat belt or   a long way from the stirrups was no  r. , m'V'.i* ^.F>--f ^v^   a car seat, is most effective. deterrent, for this little girl has been  Here are some BCAA rules parents    riding since she was 4 and any horse  with an empty saddle was an open  "~* '* ����� \,'v ���*��� "-a *���*#��*     ** ij a," *'  .4 *-    ,       % "   .   a-'rfa***a��lfrF' ^    (a <F a      ^     .      J  ta* Iji        '       1        *��***    a-.    ��� ,'-�����*��    -** '-J  '    'VjlV.,Fhl,^.lF,ll...i,lf,i  are urged to follow:  Put children in the back seat. This  offers added  protection simply  because  <"/<*���  .'>r*u;i!, -  i" "     A", '   "   Ti *.m ' 4-Sf-t'AA A'M they  are  isolated   from  the   instrument  * . \'''''- , s   ;  V    ,'| *a '"*-"* A panel, steering wheel and windshield.  r-V<t      *ri,VW,                          '��-J*4    $���     **  -i.****~&l ��**!}H".*.    ^fj.^H'a    "�����/**ff$ m                                                                                                                                                                                              *  rwiw:  <7  ������   <.  ��.  '7': 7a ? A "*/*������'  'V ' A*   ' .'- ^;Al" :*;*"*'   --��� Emj  ;-\'   >>   -7 ,77 I  -a^|     \,    playroc  4jii7i\U\,iuuM7M��uU,U^7l.Ji m'.lu\&  Teach youngsters to use safety devices,  '  ,t     />   ,    such as seat belts, habitually.  Make   it  4 -,.<���  4 ��   j1    a family rule to buckle up before starting  the car.  Emphasize  that  the  car   is   never   a  room.  Teach children.to help the driver pay  attention  to the road.  When youngsters  jj   are securely buckled  in,  the  driver  is  less tempted to' glance back to see what  they are doing.  Keep the  car free of  loose  objects.  A Newcomer  Back in the show ring again, Trish    ing first time in rodeo came con-  r     Gramer riding her registered quarter    sistontly fifth, in each event. These   Seriou^ injuries" have" been TnflictecTby  horse "Two  Bits"   which  she  has   two will be something to be reckoned    loose objects that become flying missiles  in a sudden stop.  Give infants particular care. Put them  in a sturdy car bed or bassinet,* Avoid  holding them In arms, and never by  the  driver.  owned for jutft a month and was rid-    with at the next rodeo.  \v. it*--,    -  -   --.���������-       -���    -;^5*--��,>-   ,. ���-  -' 'a    ��   ' . .       ' *     ,'    , J^F-aafH     "v--^att (    ^.  (,'h7.r- -"  -���11 ***|  * - j  - ��� I  r-v  /'  . . 'V I��� .  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J-7  %*  7\  ��� n  H  x'^  V*  i  8  aaJlilHilliFlpwHil illa^'llltnuiin,  I m ff... ^iii'iri.fiiilii*iiin   ST3S  IMMHRIIlMMVaMHwalilMMWMWW^^  !M8*I����-ea'*<..|����SB<Wl*9^  *>1  e:  Z3  3  BOX 259, WYNGAERT ROAD, GBBSOMS  PIHOf^E',.8SS~7I22  Helpers  Two young helpers at the weekend    horsebnek ever since he could walk  Honlcogoi* Ranch rodeo were Teddy    nl.so participated in the Junior events  Meldrum  and    Kim  Littlejohn    of    mnkii.tf a good showing.  Gibsons. Teddy who hns been riding  BEST PftlCES ON  ALMM WiDOWS  01*1 t'.o Sunshino Coast  3sg^g;^n����a'a��gag*i^^  &��g��!��^^  K  ���^(jf|TW<piiiw  ".*-*-.  o ^��S^^Wi ��2 Mmsis  I-J\   J   f    .1 1.   JE  1 \   1 v ' ll^JZdllTZvi/  THURSDAY MORNING  STOPPERS BUS SPECIAL:  IS)  0)0  fs ipeiTQirD  mm's WEAK  COWH1E STREET/ SECHELT  lfa--aF ^FaM^aaaM^K.i*5a"TFMFW,Aj U#-*>M..|  x:  i''iii'W).*>j>'��u.i*iiiiim-''''1- �����*i^i*jii��'i-M=yaiyw  ^AaWuAaV BV->-ifaaVrt*fcaw��t"l af. >��� I-ar��~F*rnar  Ufa*!,  i  tto, J^.��\h4*��-C ��^*V*.��     *W�� JWJtttf  *.;-eaaal      iimavl .^  PHONE 885-U330  irf-j,v 4baaiaEaLaa J;ftaF^rtF>^a^^a^faaal>a.-laal-  Hwtla.^Owa|>Ut*.^S*W/��> ���*r.l*-J',ta��.a����a.'^ *^fcrft��'I^M*ir**^l^l^t*'^^,>*a-11111" l<Wia^-l-��-P'*>l,^-'^>'-*  VA    A-M     ft,   -M.4V.     �����   a*.^  A   A     JkVrM-Jh      ���|��'<a,A/%l4<>|aF<a.t.     N-      **^SJh.a��A��t     AA<< l*^*^%^,4l'*S^a^X11'^'^^ "ljJ"W '1^a**^,M^-��TJ^^A'lt^V^'fa-|lLV^  tW^MBMilrtkltaS^iJ'1'^  ��^:g^s^.^i^,;  z-yfrx  'A  >   j** '.\*' f,j *;��.  %  %  11* .w**,.  '   AA; V*A  .< -- * "��� r \  J        ,\      C��Fl>f��^'J(      -       ',*      %���  I * .   V^a    'a        -l*J 1 , ���I'  **-      'J  ��&.  Sfi  tl/*  N  ,*v  'V'  af"  -��S5ES  .*"  ">a<:l  ���by Mary Tinkley  COME one, come all to the Country Fair are at the Greenall cottage after a trip  at Cooper's** Green, Redrooffs on Satur- to Japan which included a visit to Expo,  day. August 1st at 2 p.m. There will be Of all the interesting exhibits at Expo,  home baking and a children's corner with they  considered  the Japanese  and   Ca-  fishpond, contests and fun. On the sewing nadian   buildings   the  most   impressive,  stall will be an attractive assortment of Mrs. Vera Sallis has returned from a  aprons, wind bonnets, cushions and kneel- �� visit to Everett, Washington accompanied  ing pads for house and garden and use by her sisters, Mrs. W. H. Fisher of Marys-  SECHELT THEMft  ���   PRESENTS   ���  U\JM  **��#��  ���Kfcsfes.  **-F-*F*'rs  -af>*"8S  zM  raw*  fr**"..  ���  m  Wi  a  w  a. J  -     .    1!%.   '  faKA;'  YfV**/ a*1  Vi > ���"  V^Va  &  '/'hi  &W.  m  %tq  oar,   AS?  ,yfc  ���X  Poge B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 29, 1970  Summer School  and-novclties suitable-for-gifts. Hunt for  bargains on the white elephant and rummage stalls. .  This will be last chance to get raffle  tickets on a beautiful handmade rug and  a hamper and carving set before the draw  at the end of the Fair. Door prizes will  be awarded during the afternoon and  only those actually on the fairground  will be eligible.  At the Centennial booth you can buy a  window, decal for your car bearing the  distinctive Centennial '71 design and information will also be available as to  eligibility for pioneers' and centenarians'  awards. Hot dogs and coffee will be ���  available. Proceeds of the Fair will go  to the Welcome Beach Hall.  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  0  FI/7 Jl f]j/7 0a~~   ISCOVEEUNGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  ���ft CARPISTS      ft TILES      ft U^OLEUEHIS  WE FEATURE A LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPES  IN BRIEF  The tower which was installed on  Reception Point last week and broke  away in a rough sea, has again been installed and there is now a permanent light  bignal to warn boat owners off this dangerous reef.  There was a family reunion at the  Pat Murphy home last weekend with  i^SS* **��� Patrick Murphy arriving from the Dew  Line for a month's vacation and Mrs.  Murphy's sister, Mrs. Carmel Keogh ar-  Every Friday is a special day at the riving from Dublin.  Children's playground, Gibsons, run , This is Mrs. Keogh's first visit to the  M..,, ���..-���.,,,-.,. k��� n~Mr.r.r. u������i���, _^ai west coast and she is delighted with the  this summer by Colleen Husby and   Sunshine Coast. Patrick Murphy who has  Ona   Burnett,   both   Elphinstone   Se-    been working  on  a special project  has  ville and Mrsr Claude Chase of Klamath  Falls and their husbands.  Mrs. Blanche McCrady is home at Sea-  crest after an interesting trip with her  son Frank, his wife Edith and their baby  son David.  They drove by way of Jasper to Edmonton where they visited her step-son,  Elwood McCrady who is shortly leaving  for Prince Edwaid Island on~a-special-  project to help farmers produce better  crops. They continued to Winnipeg where  they saw the Queen and spent three  weeks visiting friends and enjoying numerous barbecue suppers.'  Returning by way of Banff, they took  a ride in the gondola which Mrs. Mc-  Crady found quite hair-raising. The heat  was quite overpowering for most of the  trip and she is appreciating the rather  cool spell of weather that greeted her  return.  STARRING  -   Barbara Streisland, Omar Sharif  Color - Cinemascope - Cartoon  Starrs 8 p.m. Out-10:30 p.m.  * * *4 DAYS * *"*~  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY  ' & TUESDAY.  July 31st, August 1st, 2nd, 3rd  Next Week:  JOHN & MARY  niii��a.*iiiinTiiiiir--ir iniiir~nniii>riTiniiiiinr*- ���  Coming Soon:  Duffy  ���    PLUS   ���  The Mad Room  ^HT��-Glory^tompefs  ���<  Cactus Flower  /  condary School students. Pictured  here with their two young teachers,  the children are ail set to go on a  picnic. Playground, sponsored by  Gibsons Kinettes operates from 10  a.m. to noon from Monday to Friday  during summer vacation.  ll  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  traversed the Arctic Circle from^east to  west several times during the past IKree  months and. looks forward to a quiet  rest at his home in the Bay.  Canon Alan Greene was in Nanaimo  last week to officiate at the funeral of  Mr. Charlie Williams. He travelled to  Lasqueti Island for the interment in the  grounds of the Anglican Church which  Mr. Williams gave to the Columbia Coast  Mission many years ago. Canon Greene  then proceeded by bus and two ferries  via Campbell River to Cortes Island to  attend the golden wedding celebrations  of Mr. and Mrs. Robertson at Whaletown,  where he was the guest of the Don McLean's. Ho returned home by way of  Lurid and Powell River.  Mr. and Mrs. Len Greenall and Kathy  WANT  TO SPREAD  A SECRET  ALL OVER  TOWN?  USE AN  AD-BRIEF.  DIAL  885-9654  ��    Mr.    Aodvcrtiscr  These     odvertising  spaces   arc   real   bargains for you. Sold on  contract only. For de- i  tails on how to stretch J  your  advertising   dol- j  lar, phone 885-9654,1  ask    for   special    od  rates.  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