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Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Hallmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, .Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  2nd, Class Mall  RcfliMranon INo. 1142  Sechelt Council  aiming commission  suggests Advisory PloaJi-dr  Union ����"&'�� Lobol  This Issue 10 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 7, No. 32 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th, 1970  Coast-Chilcotin MP  for Brussells meet  OTTAWA ��� Paul St. "Pierre (M.P. Coast-.  Chilcotin) will  be spokesman of the  Canadian Scientific  and  Technical subcommittee of NATO-Parhamentaryr-As--  sociation at its meetings in Brussels, Belgium, in the first week of July.  "    ,  The meeting is preliminary to the  plenary session of the NATO Parliamentarians this autumn.  St. Pierre left Ottawa, Friday, June 26.  Other in the Canadian group are: Patrick  Mahoney (Liberal-Calgary South), Jack  Bigg (Conservative���Pembina, Alistair  Gillespie     (Liberal���Etobicoke),  JLanieJ (JJberal=^eauliaxnois)  Groos  (Liberal���Victoria)    and  ADVISORY Planner Ed Cuylits. employed for the summer months by  the Sunshine Coast Regional Board, met  with council of Sechelt last week prior  to the regular meeting in order to give  a little advise regarding a proposed  Advisory Commission fojrlhe village.  Mr. Cuylhs indicated that if the community is faced with a number of zoning  problems or similar issues, then a planning commission could prove beneficial.  On the other hand, when only an occasional problem is involved, then it could  be a waste of time for all concerned.  ������He"added~thatwhen~ a community is  undergoing substantial development, then  an Advisory Commission can play a  worthwhile part by acting as a kind of  public relations between developer and  Council.  Asked by ��Ald. George Flay whether  such a commission would tend to slow  down progress of proposed development,  he replied that it naturally would to some  extent, at the same time it is a demo-  iciety.and would be giving people  very well get thc . erong kind of advise.  Aid. Watson sug lasted the planner be  asked to take a iook et the prtccnl zoning bylaws and pcs,.-ibc cone ��j. with  a few recommendut it-n.-i y> a preliminary  to forming a Com |i .i&.-'i.Jv. Mr. Cuylits  agreed that this -��r*�����&. be a good idea  bu��, warned that a .Isn-mission only provides an opinion, i. ii Council which  makes the final dec sionu. ;  Aid. Watson the-.:- .suggested the Mayor  contact a few peorie with a view to  forming an .Advise; ) G.pmnr-issioK. He  added that he knots of a !?w pple  who reside outsid-,. Ihe vilL&je" hvic "who  have had municip&i expfeiicncej which  could prove valuab*:..  Mayor Bill Swan pointed ��ut that  under the Municip. .*. Act such a Commission has to ineli-de taxpayers from  within the village. ---.Id. Watson said he  wondered if this e'e* dd be done oU��side-L  the Act. "There is no pay attached iv-  the job and I though. perhaps the MSyuY  could possibly conU at them regarding  participation."  he ariied.  McDonald.  Hearing set  ALTHOUGH Council of Gibsons lias agreed to put in secdnttary treatment  plant, consTdcred by "members "oT the polu~  tion control board to be more than adequate, for some reason there has been  obvious hesitancy on the part of that department to issue a sewer permit to the  Village.  It was felt the matter- was resolved  when a substantial number of Gower  Point residents who had protested the  sewer outfall proposals dwindled to four  at a meeting of those residents..  HoWcver, a small group has, it appears  continued to oppose what is generally  considered to be progressive development.  Copies" of letters sent "by. the P.C.B. to  three of the complainants were received,  last week by council. First of a somewhat  personal nature was to Mr. Don Cruick-  shank from the Chairman of the Board  and states:  Dear Don: Thank you very much for  your letter of June 13 arid your kind invitation, to visit.you if I should find myself in the. Gibsons area. I would like to  do that as we. have lots to talk about. ���  To return to the main reason for your  letter, I can confirm that five other parties are protesting issuance of the permit  to the Village of Gibsons and the date of  said hearing has been set for 2 p.in. at  Victoria in the New Museum Building, on  July  14.  You have the choice of appearing personally before the Pollution Control Board  and reading your letter or other submission, or if you so advice, I will present  y oilF lei ter~as-writtcn���In~thc-ii.ttcr in  stance, your protest will be considered a-  long 'with the submissions from the other  appiiealits."  I will await your further instructions.  Second letter was to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank West. Mr. West a Regional Board  Director has figured prominently in past  such protests. Letter states:  Dear Mr. and Mrs. West: We have your  letter of June 22 -and as we interpret the  contents, you have asked what is to be  the nature of the appeal hearings before  the Pollution Control Board on July 14  next.  , As an appellant iu>der,..,the..PplluJion.:*.  Control Act you. and ..the other "citizens of  Gibsons who have filed an appeal with  the. Pollution Control Board will decide  this point. At thc outset of the appeal applications we understood that the appeal  whs not against the substance of the permit but' rather it was an appeal against  the decision of the Director not to hold a  pubile hearing relative to the issuance of  the permit. In the light of your letter the  matter is not clear cut at all.  We understand that the Director of  Pollution Control has not issued a permit  to thc Village of Gibsons and it is a proposal that is under consideration. In general the Village authorities propose, we  understand, that they give the domestic  sewage secondary treatment and discharge  thc effluent ouLsicle the harbour of Gibsons. Details of the proposal arc considered on their merits and wc suggest that  your legal advisor secure copies of the application from the Village authorities,  Payment In Full  Payment for the new fire engine to  serve the Village of Gibsons was  made last week by Mayor Wally  Peterson who is pictured presenting  the cheque to the value. of $23,593  to Harley Treleaven of Silver Line  Fire Equipment Ltd. Company offices  are in Vancouver but the vehicle was  manufactured in Montreal. Former  lire chiel Bill Scott undertook the  job of going east and driving the  truck back. Mr. Treleaven states his  company has now sold- 200 such  vehicles since 1953.  AFTER July 24th charitable or religious  organizations, agricultural fairs and  exhibitions which have not obtained or  made application for a Provincial Lottery  Licence prior tb July 1st 1970 will be  subject to prosecution,, announces Attorney-General   Leslie   Peterson.  Fees for licences are $10 for lotteries  in which gross funds raised are less than  $500. "One occasion" lotteries pay $10  fee where amount is less than $1,000. For  lotteries grossing more than $1,000 the  fee is $100.  Bingos are the qnly exception to the  rule and may be held a maximum of 52  times in any one licence year.  Organizations are limited tb three  lotteries a year, in which at least 35%  of gross proceeds must be paid to the  charitable of religious organization in--  volved.  -A licence may be issued to a fair or  exhibition recognized as such by the Dept.  Agriculture where lotteries are conducted  for duration of the event. Lottery operator  must obtain a licence separate from the  owner of the fair or exhibition.  July 24th deadline does not yet apply  to social clubs.  the opportunity to -xoice their opinions.  Aid. Norm Watson explained that at  this time the existing zoning bylaws are"  in need of revision, it was therefore  thought that they could be revised with  the help of an Advisory Commission, Mr.  Cuylits agreed that this might be a sound  idea but warned that, when appointing a  Commission it is necessary to have a  qualified person to guide things along.  He said people can talk and discuss such  things but need someone qualified, either  officially or unofficially, to provide competent guidance. Otherwise council could  The planner sug,.Jsted it woulcT~rje  advisable to have -. legally instituted  body which could, :t due- course, come  up with proposals as t how.it feels futyre  development should b pursued. "Without  a Commission. Council: waald be likely  to come up against pr. ssure groups \-:i>tk-  ing on Council men-.ers," he r,'--"-*rae4.  He agreed to study Council's -frylaws  at a later dale and ���;���  ward a few guide lin  Aid. Watson note*  decisions will have tc  Council is to develop  Itimately pit fon��  ��� that  seme   hard  oe mjiiv ;��03^i  progressively.  if  Ready shortly  ouncii approves  waterfront swimming "floe!  Dept. recommendation  erger as simple solution  'jiett.  MERGING of the Specified Areas of Davis Bay, Wilson Creek and Selma Park  has been suggested by the Department of  Municipal Affairs as the simplist solution  for a problem which arose when a few  Selma Park residents discovered they had  been moved into thc Davis Bay Specified  area and as a consequence were having  to pay higher power rates.  Letter from Deputy Minister Jim  Baird, read at last meeting of the Regional  Board stated:  "Further to your letter of June 9th  and recent telephone conversations on the  matter of. boundaries of Davis Bay, Wilson Creek and Selma Park specified areas  we are of the opinion that if the regional  district wishes to delete several lots from  one and add them to the othor specified  area, this should be accomplished by bylaw.   ,  JlUnder_suction.jB|J_j5f_the__Mji!^ji>al_  dcring the provisions of section 619 of the  RECREATION chairman Aid. George Flay  gained council approval last week for  construction of a swim-float to be anchored in the vicinity of the new seawall, along Boulevard on the Sechelt  waterfront.  He said he had obtained a price for  the 8' by 12' float which would be Expanded Polystyrene floatation with 2x10  structure and 2x6 decking. Total cost including two anchors and chain will be  $395. Capacity of the raft will be 4300  lbs.._  It was pointed out that the "Koro-  lite" floatation is corrosion proof, fungus  proof and provides permanent buoyancy,  thus, should last for several years.  Aid. Flay also noted that bumper logs  have yet to be installed along the new  sea wall. He said he understands a local  contractor had arranged to put them  in but his vehicle has been out of commission and nothing has been done.  Aid. Norm Watson said he did not  think it.'-was the only logging truck in  the area and suggested the original con-  and  ��,��� .. ,  A .      ... -j     * tractor, Mr. Ted Osborne be asked to get  ST/!?,aL^ the job done "it was  left up to him,"  he added.  jng. If such a premise was found to be acceptable locally, it could possibly prove  to be the simplest and most effective solution."  Director Frank West said he felt the  areas should merge but suggested the  matter be turned over to committee for  further study.  Regarding roads and lanes on a small  subdivision recently approved by the  roads chairman anc* council as a whole,  Aid. Flay suggested council take a drive  along the roads and lanes at the risk  of getting stuck. He explained that the  ungravelled    lanes   drop  off  about   six  ���*^��^���������^^��������)l*,^C^*'���.f���*''^^r**t,,������  ���i*��J-��f-."V* frf ��* -*���*-�� *���**���-1*-**"  ..7."  77, ti?1&'p,4*'ttA  mm  *a,.-AA  ���fl  IN IRELAND  Long time ii.sun.i.ce'.salesman with  Sechelt Af-.oi.cic:* Ltd, Mr. Bill Coffee  has finally retired unci In understood to  he on hi*, way to his native Ireland whore  he will undergo an .operation on his leg,  Tho typo of operation was previously  carried out only In England hut Is now  available In Ireland .Who.  PROVIDE AID  At ji recent moot ing of Gibson**. Council, Mayor Wally IVlor.son reported ho  had boon asked lo at tend a mooting nt  which Is was indleated a group had  plans for putting a houso lo uso as n  cent re for helping young peoplo who had  fallen victim to (Irugi* and other problems.  Tho Mayor added thai ho had no idea  how funds would bo raised,  COLLISION  Four oar collision (it Highway 101 and  North Road last Thursday rosullod in a  number ol slight Injurio,-, and about $-1(100  damages, Throo cars stopped at lho Interjection ir.iffte light nnd �� U��\\, car failed  to t-top, struck tho llttrd oar and In turn  caused It to .si ruck tl��<* second which I hon  struck tho Hist, Defective brakes proved  to be the  problem.  HIT A  RUN  Police aro invo.llgallng a hit, and run  lucld-ahl occurred Saturday On North  Road al comotar.v coiner, Gibson?*, A Port  Mellon motorist was shuck mi lho side  or hi.*; mito by annllin* vehicle which I immediately took olf. Damage ol about $100  Is estimated to emli vehicle,  OPENING SOON  Garden May I/lnlng-l.-'tingo and Hotel  will shortly be opmlng their new and  ..itlitrgcd promises lor Ihe convenience of  Garden Hay resident?, an well as every  one else on the Ponlnsula, loaturlng some  nf Ihe finest cuisine around.  \  Sewage tanker service  regulations clarified  RECENT proposal by a Pender Harbour  man to start a sewnge disposal service,  by pumper tank truck, 't!tl '(> request  by the Heglonal Board for guidance, from  the Coast-Garibaldi  Health  Unit.  Letter road at last--- meeting of the  Board from Dr, D. L. Gemrnill, Health  Director, slated; "An area of the refuse  disposal ground should bo set aside for  receipt of septic tank effluent only, Tho  area used for this purpose should be  posted, Dumping of septic tank effluent  should be confined to the designated area,  A contractor dumping such effluent Is  responsible for liming the area immediately on completion of each load dumped,"  It was pointed out that lime will  deodorize the sewage, dry It up and  discourage)  insects, birds etc,  Act, the Regional Board may, by by-law,  with the approval of the Lloutenant-Gov-  crnar in Council, extend the boundaries  of a specified area; direction mny bo given to obtain the .assent of thc owner-electors before approval is received.  "Tho reduction of boundaries of a specified area poses a different problem however, in that there is no specific .statutory  authority which provides for such an action.  "To accomplish tho ond result that 1ms  been proposed, to reduce Ihe boundaries  of Davis Ray/Wilson Creeek and extend  the areas of Selma Park specified area,  only one by-law should Im; required, hut  to iissur.* Ihe by-law will no. bo .subject  to challenge, validating legislation may  be necessary, Any by-law will, of course,  be subject to tho approval of the Llouten-  ant-Govoino.*1 In Council.  "If, In the near future, it would appear that the rite differential beiweon  the twn tspcrlfii'd ureas Is about to disappear, sonic merit may be found in consi-  aa^f       Ja*y a ^W/J.*^ V F, Ft, ,,F     ���-a  'P77tb%k77kMc    ' 7'  V/ -ssr* i*ailM, A-  - ^k'-f4{am Jy- WrV.  *���     4.      ���   , .r,:,5#,J^r   -',  A \  .      ^'w.'--'  V  ') -~a.    \  ���*> ..vr  ' t-**���J  inches from the level   d the rwjs  leave a great deal to b ��� deaired.  Aid. Benner pointed rut that ns council has approved the re- -is there is nothing it can do other tha;. accept responsibility for maintenance from .aow on.  "This is the very thing . have yM\a.*ttsIy  warned about,"  he adt;*iri.  Mayor Bill Swain su sigfcste'ri Mist pai'-  haps in future council should take s  closer look at subdivisi�� ;is. A>nI. V?.\t--on  commented: "it takes thru, for n.*?-.-.- roads  to settle".  Aid. Benner suggests***! ihe tinv.*- has  arrived to bring in a pi., king "cyl/iy, he  said a number of local 'nerchaKiv have  complained that vehicles .-.-re being ^j-rked  for long periods along '-he maia vta-eet,  sometimes all day.  Clerk Ted Rayner e;K-*lainM thai ��v  parking bylaw does ex**.-*- but si�� far i!"  has been difficult to g�� nier^hacts ti.  agree on the period of tl-ne for.narking.  Some felt an Hour.suifi*(j^v.^,^Uit^4'vpA  Mayor Swain said lv*< has for f.onie  times advocated cleaning! vp of the parking area along inlet fror-i Cc'wrlJ: '-"..rest  to the waterfront, "tlii-s "/ould pn-oh-c  considerablc parking siia ���?���?. It j.*s uv 'a  the roads chairman to go'! it completed,"  he added.        ��  Aid. Watson, comment,:v i! on p'opF^als  to extend the village off....! in c-'der to  provide an adequate counc, I." .hamber, suid  he would be prepared to i!onsider supporting it if. by advertising .ouncil meetings, the public shows ir.-cresl in attending.  Mayor Swain argued it;,.'. this was hot  the reason for need of a p.-j.er chamber,  rather, it is presently qvHi inadequate  should any sizeable del,.),* .ioa appear.  "We had n small group her '��*��� i vhilo bad,:  and they had nowhere tc* .-���>{. but were  hanging over the counter  |vi -"!' he saiU.  Move by Aid. Watson '.at Council  Agenda be posted in a coupio of locutions  r.  ,ja*��J* -  .    "  a*FV*��ia- ���"  1 a t   ^Ja a   -J        ^    J  .** r*   -.  "7^  ^a0f<0^S!^0^0l0mm^a^0f(4m4Mfmim^.  ,       *   ,l     '     j Ms'. ,    ,  h  Many entertainments . . .  Idwikmil�� ifsSSwiBi  WITH  the Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade three  da.V event but a month away, now  attractions nro announced almost every  week as different organt/.allons express  willingness to parllolpalo, This week Is  no exception and another attraction has  boon   announced, ,       ,     . ,  Sponsors off the local Rube Ruth  Ilnseliall League have literally plunged  Milo the* Cavalcade ,i��..ivilif>,., Hy -special  arrangement, Haho Ituth offlelals will  .������el tip the Sunshine CVwi-st Lions Club's  popular Dunk Tank Uutho midst of Cavalcade events.  This hi bilious attraction features **Mi  vrry rrlurtnnt volnntrrr prrrh��l nhove  a deep tank of cold water al lho mercy  of lho hall-throwing nklll of tin* public.  The temporarily up-stnndlug citizens who  donated  their good sportsnnmship to this  game last year wore a huge success And  might bo seen again this year by poptthu*  request, Committee member?, guarantee  thai no offer of .services from mouthers  of the village council, clergy, medical  cllnl(1, police force, .touching staff <Tr  Canfor staff will bo turned down Anyone not wishing lo volunteer for Dunk  Tank duly is hereby warned that Mr.  ��**--��� Mm, Lorne Bmlth will be nonutlng  lor lalopi from now until Cavalcade Unto,  August 7, fl A- ft.  ���iSea Cavalcade ollicials are also .��coul-  ing for photographs and slides of any of  Inst year's events, Tho C.ivttleado will bo  hlRh-llghtr-d on the Ron Mi-ttrler CHAN  TV Show tm Aii|{iiitt (Jilt and visual'. ��i<*  required for this purpose. Anyone havlnt*  suitable pictures h Invited lo contact vice-  president Dick IMakeman of Gibsons. **  r"  Allot" .spending most ol"  watching other ilshurmen, return  wllh their catches. Joyce Clay of  Madeira Marina, Madeira Park, decided Ihe lime has arrived lo .show  everybody how, and with hubby Jlur-  Successful  Expedition  her   time . old at the  controls .sfie si ruck and  landed this ir>onster after a two hour  battle u.sitig 10 lb le.st line and live  bail. II Is understood the haul was  made near  the harbour mouth.  ���in -the--village-w-.s-dcfcat.-vt"  Need for steps to the bett-S in the area  of the new sea-wall was sUi tied by Ale'.  Play who explained that it, v> tuld nol, b_*  a difficult or expensive ptt'jtct. Mayor  Swain said ho had boon asltNi to itave an  area cleared to the bench tun. the waterfront cafe so that elderly penplc might  have easy  access,  It was agreed both Jit t xisalN^hu  investigated.  Legion Branch L40  re-opening ceremony  BRANCH 1-10 Royal Canaifit.*. Legion  wishes to acknowledge! w>th grutllv.(Vo  those members who have l>**or�� so he.,'* i-  ful in renovating the Club l-nom- \l  Selma Park. Ilmtso Cotnmitti*o cu-o.-'.ti.  man Syd Water,, and "Matt .1. -Igor dl.!  ait excellent Job of organizing a. I dlmu-  lug, All branch mombeis and c\tb ;no,n-  bers who havo worked so turb|,sly vdi'l  be roeognl/od appropriately i?| ll* otwi.-  ing function,  A:; always, the Ladles AtiKlllt'y were  staunchly behind tin* In and,*, pto\ iilliig  drnpos and table covers. Tho.se In-'.ef. who  served refreshments for the \r ir'< puMics  and who did cleaning Include Cll.tdyri  Ritchie; Marly Krlckson; Kay N'Morson;  Rhoda O'Nloj; Karbara (Mn'lt��t's ami  Peggy Calhn a  branch  tnomli1-1,  .loo Henner ol Henner''. |l,.v Iwiirn;  Comrade Hill Parson* of Clt. ("VillUIng  Supplies and Hill NoiIm.ii ol I" irker'w  Hardware were most noeoiiuin du| ng 'n  obtaliilng needed supplies, Tl|<- I'lin-'*.  always helpful now 'gives Hram It '11 I! *|!t  opportunity to iccognl/e theve i*f!���>���(,���'.  The Lej'loi, would aho hk��i- b< thank  the    Steward   Laity    Mathews   a (��� I   lb'*  Irlciid.-, who have been mi pain n-   . urlng  the soiiiowlul  unsolllod time,., rif  t|... m*  nidation    To   <*.\|)ii*:*.   Ihe,   uppi   Nation  in   mote  tangible  tot in.  |��ie*,uinit   "Vally  Kilcki.on  iuviU-d  member.-,  ami   gu�� i Is  lo  a  "Happy  Time" on   Kalurday,' .'lull   lllh  I loin  11  a in   to II p in.  I",nici tiunip, nl   Is  on Ihe ii|M*iioit and the llonouia'-ile I tern  ber tor MnrKcnric Hiding I-.nt��ft 1")| Vi.or*  ha-.   Indicated   that   she   will   ciTl   (rt    the  i lub   joinetiini'   during,   the   d.iy,   (t) rues  and i o,ul*. permllliiig).  A,lr  /'  ��i  M  MMtS  &*K  r  j.  H  <&<U6K0b0t.^t. ��H��'i 1*i,0*'0t*0*i0* iH* \0��it* n^l^lAt09j  ft^A***!^****^**^ 0��t0J*0*-^**>*!m0**t*,<0*0**0+**-  bp&q]0 pj(S,rfl#l'^Mff^,%��r%��W "t^* m ���  hMttrfKifta.^ **i*-f��j*i^ih��V** ti*-*- +*i*A/* 0.S* +i AA'A.Aih 0. *  ��-H  J' aA��.  I." -." 7��� "7Wt% '   7'����v 5 -��� 'i  ,t Vf ,��   .     ***, '      1,,V,J      >F-       **;���?      ". 7'j, *       J , ^-SJf'        a fvfv'a,       VWV\    ��� *' Wa*" Fjl   '    ,> 1"W      *       ,",      J     ,'    V     j '. ^      ^^-.S^J  j(^aa,^4fa^fr^j^^^^  fa a. *    ��� ��  Pago A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday. July 8. 1970  St"-1  "Is;,  m  ThePeNINSULaT^* Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  Classified  r ai��<)*)aMWMI*>V|Jil.M*MWMa*��.l<lil����aMM^fini%ni^^  Published Wednesdoys by  The Penir.sulo Times Ltd.,  ot .iechctr, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit- Bureau  of Cireutations  March 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2538 '  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Llne Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One ^Insertion 75c  Three  Insertions  , _$1.50  Extra 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 lino.  Display   advertising   in   classified ~  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch..  Subscription Rates���  By mall. Peninsula area _S5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens .S3 yr.  By carrier __ i__ 50c month  COMING (EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Wed., July 8th, 8 p.m. Last  Chance to See-  HELL'S ANGELS '69  Thur.. Fri.. Sat.. July 9th, 10th.  *-     & 11 th at 8 p.m.  WINNING  in Technicolor ��� Starring  Paul Newman & Joanne  Woodward  Sun., Mon.. Tue., Wed., July  12th. 13th. 14th & 15th,  at 8 p.m.  ALICE'S RESTAURANT  in Color ��� Starring Arlo  Guthrie  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN  DRUGS  Congratulates   and  Sponsors   thc  following births at St. Mary's  Hospital.  ANNOUNCEMENT  CLARKE ��� STEELE: The  marriage took place on 'Saturday June 27th, 1970 in St.  Hilda's Anglican Church, Sechelt, B.C. of Julie Anne, only  daughter of Mrs. D. W. Steele.  Sechelt, and the late James E.  Steele to Leonard Richard William Clarke of Gibson:., B.C.  youngest son of the late Mrs.  Evelyn B. Clarke. The Reverend D. Popple officiated.  OBITUARY  MacWHINNIE ��� Edith Mac-  Whinnie of Porpoise Bay  Road, Sechelt, B.C., passed a-  way June 28, 1970. She is survived by one son-in-law, Don  MacLean of California and  many friends. Funeral Service  was held from the Family  Chapel of the* Harvey 'Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C. on Wednesday. July 1st. Cremation  _falla\ved._Fo.~i.K*KRnKes~<-oi.t.iet-  PERSONAL (Continued),  . WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 88C-2546. 4505-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m.. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph,. 885-9327. ' 886-  2979. ! 4431-tfn  WORK WANTED"  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & te;<tured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the ��� Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-tfn  HEAVY   duty   rotovator.   Ph.  88G-2897. 4017-tfn  TILLiCUM  Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting,    gardening,    janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All wurk  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  ADDITIONS,   alterations   and  rebuilding.   Interiors  & exteriors  architecturally  design-"  ed. Ph. 885-9485. 4686-32  HANDYMAN���Roof ing, gut>  ters, 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-tfn  *   JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance  Specializing in paper hanging,  interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 885-9715 after 4 p.m.  4252-tfn  HELP WANTED  FULL    time    assistant    grill  cook,  some  experience  preferred.  Willing  to adapt.  Ph.  885-9769. 4779-34  WANTED  REAL estate salesman for the  Pender   Harbour  area.   Call  Sechelt Agents Ltd. 885-2235.  4154-tfn  REAL ESTATE  DAVIS BAY ��� $3,000 down.  New 2 bdrm. post & beam.  Built-in range. Dining room;  living room with fireplace.  Sundeck. carport. Treed lot,  quiet street near beach. F.P.  $22,900, owner will carry  mortgage. Ph. 885-2019 or 987-  07.34. 4741-32  YOU WANT IT? WE WILL  FIND IT. Ask for our free  brochure and we'll send you  one.  -080-3481-  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  GENUINE  LOG  HOUSE  Near Sechelt. 3 b.r. Bright  living room with" 14 ft. beamed ceiling. Large brick fireplace. Workshop & studio in  well maintained outbuilding.  Organic garden, greenhouse,  fruit trees. Situated on 9 .secluded acres with excellent investment potential. . $21,000  F.P. Phone 885-2871 or write  Box 378, Sechelt, B.C.  ,   47731-tfn  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-2013"^  OFFER:  2^ bedroom brand new home,  100* amp service, wired for  range and W and D. Heated  by electric furnace. Move in  right away for _only $14,500.  Waterfront lot at Sandy  Hook. Spectacular view. Hydro and water by, full price  $8,000.  View   lot   at   Silver   Sands.  On   the   highway.   Try   your  down  pa>iucul  to $3,300���ftdt-  price.  20 acres with stream through  and hydro by at Roberts  Creek. Full price $23,500.  Waterfront lot at Cotton  Point. Keats Island, offers.  $7,500.  4.7 acres close to Golf Course  ���good investment at $6,000.  Multiple Listing Sendee  Don Hadden 885-9504  4678-29  "WEST SECHELT: Large  four bedroom house on two acres of land. Stream through  property. Good water supply.  Carport, workshop bldg, driveway, A-0 heat, 220 wiring, lge  fireplace. Very close to school.  F.P. $30,000 with $16,500 down.  Offers.  HILLSIDE AREA: Revenue  property A fully tenanted up  and down duplex. Showing  consistently good return on  small investment. Full price  $7,500 with $3000 down. Terms  on balance.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Level  lot with some view. About Vi  acre in size. Full, price $4,500  with $2,000 down, balance over two year term. Owner seeks  immediate sale.  Gibsons: First time offered!  Good family home close to  park, shopping, beach etc.  Landscaped, level, fenced lot. 2  bdrms, panelled L.R. with w-w  carpet. Large sun-deck. Garage. F.P. $14,500. (Half down).  Roberts Creek: Lovely large,  view lot. Selectively cleared  ready for building. 135* frontage on Lower Road. F.P.  $5,750.  Gib.sons: Large lot (69.50' x  217.44). $2,800. Cleared view  lot, 50' x 130', $3,900. Large  view lot; 75' x 120' $4,800.  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  , Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 880-2248   REAL ESTATE (continued)1    REAL ESTATE (cont.)  FOR RENT (Continued) MOTORCYCLES  LIVESTOCK  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  - -      --       OFFER;  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  2 bedroom all electric home,  Porpoise Bay Rd. in village,  large garden lot. $14-950 with  $3000 down, bal. at $100 per  p.onth.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  Mi down.  % acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs: 3 bedroom' home. $24,-  500 with Vi 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   , 4638-tfn   HALFMOON     BAY-     Priny-  development property consists  of 2 acres, fronts -on sheltered  cove and backs on main hwy.  3 rental units, inain house can  be upper and lower duplex-  having 1300 sq. ft. each floor.  Some finishing to be done on  this most attractive home.  Owner will consider trade.  SECHELT: In quiet residential area. Imaculate 4 room  cottage plus lge. utility and  carport. Level lot fenced and  landscaped. Near new furniture  is included in full price of  $18,500. Attractive terms available.  RETIREMENT REVENUE:  Outstanding value here. Executive type 3 bedroom home,  attractive entrance hall opens  to spacious L.R. both with  w-w kitchen, is answer to any  woman's dream with- its carefully chosen tile and Arborite  cupboards and matching appliances. Adjoining dining-rm.  features large windows overlooking beautiful garden and  view of Howe Sound. The 4  piece bathroom tiled in pastel  shade, F.B., deck covers double carport. Many extras, "plus  cozy 4 room cottage, rented  same tenant 4 years.  ROBERTS CREEK: Do you  dream of owning a log home?  Well here's a beauty on large  secluded lot, and consisting of  3 bedrooms; lovely L.R. with  fireplace, and kitchen. Let us  show it to you soon. F.P. only  $21,200.  GIBSONS: 5 level acres, 1%  clear and in unbelievable garden, bal. left as parkland. New  24x32 home. Finish upstairs into 2 bedrooms and you have a  wonderful family 3 bdrm.  home. $21,000. Some terms.  Only $12,000 down gives  possession 20 beautiful acres,  5 cleared. Comfortable 4 rooms  and utility, wLed fr range etc.  Make your appointment NOW  to view.  We now offer a 65'/eyejl lot  right in town. BUY NOW at  pre-sewer price of $2275.  K. BUTLER REALTY  ^Ltd.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.   Mr.s. Helen Bailey. Ste. 4-7883  Knight St,, Vancouver, B.C,  CARD OF THANKS  WE wish to thank all whTi  helped make the bent-fit  dance on June 27th such a big  success, Very special thanks to  the following: Parker's I lard-  ware, Benner's Furniture,  Wakefield Ir.n, Ix-gion Branch  140, Legion Branch 100, Peninsula Hotel, Stiper-Vnlu, Jack  Clements, Jack Th.ima.s, Leu's  Lucky Dollar, K, Muter," The  Pcnn King.*., The Western  Trouhadour.s, Hums Clark and  Rod I.l/ee, .Ji-ri" Thatcher, Kl-  phlnstom* Hecrcatlon Club and  the Bingo (.Iris of Roberts  Creek, 47H5-32  MY family and I would like to  take this opportunity ol' expressing our sincere thanks  ami appreciation' td the many  friends, neighbor., and i elalivcs  for their kindness and help  during my recent Illness, Willi  special thanks to Doctors llol��-  son ;ind Crosby, and stalY at  St, Mary'*. Hospital, also Dr,  Knrjaln and staff at Si, Paul's  Hospital.   (.corgi. Weal,  47(10-32  PERSONAL  Safeco Insurance  Is  available  at  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  10*;.' savings for fl year neel-  dont-fieo driving. Phone llll.l-  2 2 3 ft   or   call   into   our   offiee.  We are also agent.** for  Knight & Squire  Prefab and   Mobile II oh res  Ask   for  a   Free  Cataloguo  of   Ileal   K-.tule.  41173-'fu  (  ACREAGE from 2c-10c per  sq.  fl,  North Road 5 acres $7500  North Road  "I* acre $2200  Hwy 101 10 acres $11000  Hwy 101  10 acres $0!>00  Pender Hbr,  150 acres $25000  88(1-2481  Don't tell your children, We  have a 3 bedroom home on  almost. 4 <tcrcs which could be  subdivided, and they might  not want I hat but keep a horse  or lwo instead, It is not completely finished yet and you  can make your choice of cx-  Icrlor finishing, $11700 down,  $12.")  p.m.  F.P.  only  $16,200.  IIH1I-24II1  ���1 BDRM IIOMF. at Roberts  Creek -��� This Is a storey <"*.. a  half with 2 bdrms up and 2  dowi*. 1,'ilge I,,!., complete  with I*',!'., large klleltctV/l. dining area, i'emb. -I pe, bath.  Part hn.'u>mrnl, garage, green-  It'iitse, and large cement patio.  All this en 2,2 acres and priced  al a cash figure of $1575(1.  OHfl-lMM  GIBSONS HEIGHTS Lots  72' x I'll)' ready to build on,  $3000, Close to shopping centre,  schools, theatre, Medical Centre elc,  flKO-24'll  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Heal Estate Ik Insurance  .SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons,  M,  C,  Phone nr.n-2.iiii  Richard F. Kennetl  , '       Notary Public  Evening*,:  .luck. White WJ(|.2t-35  Ken  Cro-.hv 1111(1-201)11  Jay Vi*.,ir  , .lllf.-,..'i(.0  ' 4770-32  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer        886-9359  Lorrie Gffard        886-7760  nox 238, Gibsons, B.C.  4775-32  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICjS  4778-32  USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS  FOR QUICK RESULTS  .,...,..���  .'  '            M  '                  i  ,         ,',    ..'A-'.               .'      *���-(,,     '      f                               7^      '       .-''\4l          4,  7 \ 77: ��� .ww* *��\ A*A �� '".  ,r-   ,F'   lil*  t,J^i    a1, J, a. a    ^|        ;s> . j ��� y     >  i  *.               S^  4.      "**  !���         -   1. ^ **                    V  .**                 ,        "w           t "  ;V-'   '��'   '.   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Full prlco $35,000 with  $10,000 down.  98' Wotcrfront lot ot Ponder Harbour���$7000.  95' Wotcrfront lot ot Eorl Cove���$9000.  ',i Aero scml-waterfront lot ot Earl Cove���$2500,  230' Wotcrfront, Pender Horbour, open to oiler,  fj','4 Acres, Madeira Pork,   1 100' fror-tooo on Highway���$0000,  10 Acre**., Earl Covo, open to o(fcr.  A Vi Acre, wilh 550' on Llllio Lake, open to offer.  I Vi Aero view lot, Madeira Pork���$4500,  Many other view ond ncml-watcrfront lot* from $2500 Jo $0000,  Term, available.oiS obova prnpcdlei,  Discount' for Codi.  GUI SLADEY  Madeira Pork, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 883-2233  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  2  BEDROOM   all   electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only- Ph.. 885-2153 after  6 pm, 4483-tfn  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated viewy lane access, close  to. now subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt "Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 -acre'lots.  Cash. Bojc 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  BAYVIEW .  New Waterfront Development  Sargeant (Northwest) Bay  Offered for the first Jime----  Extra large,, fully serviced  waterfront and vipw lots, all  with southern exposure. Just  minutes to Sechelt Village  with all facilities. For full  details and appointment to  view please contact Frank Lewis at 886-9900.   PENDJE&. HARBOUR:   Lar-  ge, level, fully serviced lots on  blacktop road with easy access. Only 200 feet from sheltered bay with good moorage.  Full Price $3,500, terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Beautifully landscaped, almost level  property with year round  creek. 285 ft. fronting on Sunshine Coast Highway. Well  constructed, older home with  half basement. Full Price  $15,000.   "-���'���*���.  SVi acres beautifully treed  with gentle slope to south. 650  feet fronting on. road, close to  highway. Perfect location for  secluded homesite, with excellent '.nvestment potential. Full  Price $12,500.  GIBSONS: Large, fully serviced lot with over 60 feet  frontage and terrific view. Full  Price $4,500.  Waterfront lots in choice residential area priced from  $8,000.  Call Frank Lewis 886-9900  FINLAY REALTY' LTD.  Gibsons Coquitlam  4773-32  FOR RENT  2 BEDROOM semi-furnished  cottage, electricity, no running water. J. Greenelaw, Redroofs Road, R.R.I, Halfmoon  Bay, B.C. 4737-33  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  ROBERTS    Creek.    1    bdrm.  furnished home on 3 acres.  Write Box 4722 c/o S.P. Tjmes,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. 4722-32  TRAILER SPACES  Cable vision available, full  services, including shower and  bath   house,   paved   roadway.  Sundance Trailer Court  Sechelt, B.C.   f  "Agents for General  &  Glen-  dale Mobile homes."  Phone  885-2812  or  885-9040  4635-31  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week.      Commercial     crew '  rates. Full housekeeping. Elec-v  trie   heat.   880-2401,   Gibsons,  B.C. ��� -H23-tfn  6 ACRES of land, Granthams  Landing.   Long   lease,   any  use.- $200   a year plus  taxes.  Phone 886-7005. 4691-32  WEST Sechelt ��� 2 bdrm completely furnished home.  Auto oil heat. Responsible  couple only. Ph. 885-9777.  Write Box 4764 c/o Peninsula  Times,: Sechelt. 4764-34  MOBILt 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  1956 GMC Vi ton, with canopy.  Best offer over $300. 'Phone  885-9549. 4742-33  MUST sell ��� '68 Volkswagen  ���i3et.tl*ia   DeLuxe, * radio   etc.  Excellent condition.  Ph. 885-.  2121 or 885-2124. 4709-32  1962' CHEV. Wagon. V-8 automatic trans. Power rear gate  window. Recent paint and  overhauled brakes. Very clean,  interior. Ph. 885-9485.  4687:32  1962 FORD  pick-up for sale.  Ph. 885-9735. 4767-32  BOATS & ENGINES  12 FT. fibreglass boat. $250 or  bast offer. Ph. 883-2663,  4699-32  16 FT. clinker cabin boat. Cus-  . torn built. 10 hp. Briggs &  Stratton inboard, excellent  condition.   886-2292.       4763-32  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.  4774-32  115 h.p. Evinrude 1969 ��$1197  90 h.p. Johnson 1965 *$625  50 h.p. Viking *$425  50 h.p. Merc. 1969  *$750  45 h.p.  McCulloch    *$450  40 h.p. Evinrude el. 1968 $525  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  'Includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at .Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  4777-32  1970 HONDA  125 Scrambler       OOTrailsters    .      i  "TOTrailsler       Mini-Trail       .    ..  $501.0")  435.00  390.00  299.00  SOUND riding mare for sale,  also single horse trailer. Ph.  886-2088 after 5 p.m.     4770-32  PETS  "Most  models  in stock"  "Financing available"  HONDA MARINE SALES  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  Sechelt 885-2812  4732-32  FOUND  FOUND 8' Punt, wooden construction, in the vicinity of  the Malaspina Straits, 2 mi  south of the Municipal Border.  Owner ��� may claim at the  RCMP office, Powell River by  making identification.  -34"  FOR LEASE  ATTRACTIVE modern new 2  bedroom home, oil heat,  fridge, built in oven, close to  Redrcoffs resort. For lease. Ph.  526-5778 or see 'Tb Fosters' on  weekend at Redrooffs Rd.  4768-34  MUSIC  PIANOS  Tuned   and  Repaired  Professionally  Tuning $15  WE BUY AND SELL  PIANOS  ADORABLE registered, .silver  _toy poodles, reasonable. Ph.  885-2261. 4771-34  WANTED TO BUY  OIL range with" fan wanted, in  good condition. Ph. 883-2378.  4756-32  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY  SPARE TIME INCOME Refil-  ling and collecting money  from NEW TYPE high-quality  cqihroperated dispensers in  your area. No selling". To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2900 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can  net excellent monthly income.  More full time. For pet-sonaj  interview write CANAPENN  DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT  A, 160 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include phone  number. 4766-32  FOR SALE  FRIDGE,  table &  chairs  and  other   household    furniture.  Ph. 885-2273. 4744-31  IF IT'S suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  FOR Electrolux supplies phone  885-9474. *   4769-tfn  PhorkS 885-2846 TWO 40  gallon  plastic  lined  4226-tfn    drums. Ph. 885-9730.     4761-32  TRAILERS  FOR SALE 31x8 Trailer, furnished    $3700.    Phone    885-  2419. 4705-32  SEE THESE OVER THE WEEKEND WITH MR. GOOD  Our Representative Mr, Good Collect 263-499f3 (24 hours)  or Business 736-5933; or ask our Mobile Office to Call.  2695 Granville St., Vancouver.  TILLICUM BAY/SANDY HOOK  SUBDIVISION  16 Lots, Watorfront & Scml  Drive down   Sandy   Hook   Rood  on  Sechelt   Inlet,   see  CALL COLLECT, Mr. Good, 263-4993 or 736-5937.  r.lf)ns,  COMMERCIAL  Sechcle,  471'   waterfront,  all  servicer   Suitable  for  Motel/Hotel  complex, $68,000,  BUSINESSES  Ladlcs'/Cblldron's Wear, little or no competition, located right In  centre ol Pcninu.la, Excellent opportunity. Terms,  Variety Store 5 & 10c located on Peninsula, Prime location 1750  ���,(|, (I, Ideal man ond wife operation. Terms,  Evergreen collecting  wholesale..,   100'  waterfront  with   lour hod-  room  residence,  Hlflh return  for owner-opernlor,  phone mo,  Mr,  Good 263-4993, Terms, or your hoir.e pari trade,  Located Gordon Day West  Southern exposure- oil hlohway, oloht  overone rAre lots, con bo subdivided,  $20,000 down or properly  In trado, Mr. Goad, 263-4993.  LOTS  Two waterfront on Frances Peninsula, about 200', osklrifi $16,000  each, Also 50 ocres $45,000,  From $3250 Garden Boy Lako, r.co signs,  Home on the beach, Selma Pork, $12,500, Terms,  HOMES���"  Summer or Perm,  residence Halfmoon Bay, Garden Bay,  Pcndor  HarlKHir, split level $16,900, Loroer modern homo $10,000 down  or 300' near Hopkins Landlno, llowo Sound, obout $25,000 will  handle. Will never bo repeated, As n presllon waterfront residence.,  Over 5 bedrooms ono guest accommodation,  larrjo groundi,  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  LAKE FRONTAGE No. 1581  One of very view North Lake waterfront ocres which can be  purchased outright for less than $10,000 including o summer  cabin just off poved Egmont Road. Call  Bob  Kent,  885-9461.  SARGEANT BAY   ���   ��� ' No.  1341  Low down payment lots on Eureka Rood, get your lot now before  prices rise again. Good holding property for the smoll investor.  Call Bob Kent. 885-9461. .  LARGE ACREAGE No. 1583  Coll Bob Kent for the larger pieces of acreage; 5 acres, 120  acres,  40 acres;  I  have thc listings,  885-9461.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT No.  1640  130 ft. quiet beach, over I acre, garden, scenic view, plus delightful 12 year old, 2 bdrm. home. Fireplace. This is PRIME.  Terms on $37,500 or cash offers. Peter Smith, 885-9463.  TILLICUM BAY No. 1450  Excellent 2 bdrm. refinished home, all modern, fireplace. Only  5 miles from Sechelt. Excellent value at asking price of $11,900  Full Price. Peter Smith, 885-9463.  MISSION POINT WATERFRONT No. 1052  Very nice 2 bdrm. home on level beach, swimming, boating, only  $9,600 Full Price. Some terms. Peter Smith,  885-9463.  WEST SECHELT No. 1639  Near new 4 bdrm., living room plus family room. 3 sets plumbing. View, near beach. Terms on $28,500 or cash discount. This  is good. Peter Smith, 885-9463.  MISSION POINT ' No. 1050  Semi waterfront, 3 room all furnished cottage, full cement foundations, steps to water. Full Price $4,900. Peter Smith 885-9463.  SELMA PARK No. 1623  View lot 100x200, with 3 cottage, one furnished. Good for  holding property, or holiday use. Asking $13,000. Try cash  offers. Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SECHELT VILLAGE                                          " No.  1493  Lovely  furnished   living  quarters,   plus  store  area, large   lot   on  main   street.   Excellent" business  opportunity.   Half cash on   full  price $26,900. No stock or equipment to buy. Peter Smith,  885-9463.  /-  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT No.  1476  108' deep moorage, float, herring tank, 3_ bdrm. furnished  home, Fishing and oysters ot your door. Acreage. $20,000  handles full price of $35,000, Cash discount, Peter Smith,  885-9463.  SELMA PARK  ~F6r~tfit:rTn~th(!rSetnva-par^  call Stan Anderson 885-2385.  Terms available.  SELMA PARK       ,.' No,   1606  Revenue duplex In Selma Park located on view lot. House is  nicely built, could bring in $275 per month. Some finishing required, F.P, $35,000 or reasonable offer, Call Stan Anderson,  885-2385.  MADEIRA PARK No. 1548  Large lot on Highway 101, only 2 blocks from Madeira Pork.  Lot has slight slope ond Is nlcoly treed-. Power and water available. P.P.  $5,500, Coll Slon Anderson, 885-2385,  WATERFRONT ~  No.   1622  Gi'inboot Bay, 365 It, waterfront wilh 4, ocres of land, Suitable  for subdivision Into 4 lots on woter, south slope to lond, fair  swimming beoch, good fishing ot bond. F.P. $13,500, Coll Ston  Anderson.  8B5-2385.  Commercial Businesses and Lorgo Acreages, Mr, Good 263-  4993, I represent your oreo, member ol Ihe Industrial, Commercial ond Investment Division of  Ihe Vancouver Real fstole  Board.  SUNSHINE COAST,  PHONE Mr���WF SrLU  2695 Gronvllle St., Vancouver, Mr, Good 263-4993, 24 hours,  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE  REDROOFFS No. 1596  Lovely lot located on Redrooffs Rood, Services available, only  100 yards lo good swlmmlnn beach, lot Is over I acre nicely  treed. F P, $5,000 with $2,000 down, Call Stan Andetson,  085-2385,  VIEW LOT No. M53  Redrooffs, view ol Georgia Stroll, rorky lot wilh lots of possibilities, Fully serviced, F.P,  $4,500. Call Ston Anderson,  885-2305,  SANDY HOOK ,    " ~ "  N0_   \$M  Nlco little summer cottage In Sandy I look only 100' yards to  beach. Good view. ? bdrm . kitchen ��. Ilvlnrj nrea, Large sundeck,  ^r^A W0",r   !n*   $n!"*no   <"~   "f'e.s.   Call   Slon   Anderson,  SfLMA PARK VIFW No   |r,17  Unsurpassable view from living room of this home, 7 bdrms, on  moln Hoor ond 2 In basement. Lorgo rec, rm. Half acre land-  "Wl  ,<]tArAII��now M',1,lc  0,ul ,,'"i"  ,*">l'1    frldnn  fl-   Move  In-  -Dnr'oL?75'000 rP' Wl,h *7'S0�� ''l'- Cf'" r'*01* Anderson,  '0(15-2385.  wrsTsrcurtT No 1181R  Just slops to beach orro, 9 bedroom home built to NHA sfan-  t.rl''ior;l,xf,,,,<L(.,,1''V,'r i01' or'" "' l*>*'-"l'<-l view. F.P. only  1111*1 9-161 "' l,0l��nr"  ,,;;   ���"*���" mo,,,h' Co" "ol" K**"''  srciirtT  No. 1425  J������   ���'***   ���*���������  H"-"*"   Co"   Hob   Kent   for   this   residential   lot,  MISSION POINT  No, 1360R  To settle  an estate, quirk cash  solo required,   $0000  F P.' Call  Hob   Kent   for   Ibis  wnli-rlrnnl   lease   hold   properly,   005-9461,  ASK rOR OUR TRI-i: CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  IES LTD.  Box  155, Sechelt  Soclidt 005-2235 Gibson* 086-7015 ��� rt  n  FOR SALE (Continued)  AUTO, oil burning space heat-  e��, thermostatically controlled; wood grain cabinet, 1,".  yr.s. old. .Excellent working  order.  Ph.   886-2422   ��4725-34    ���  TV, radio and ' stereo repairs.  Prompt service in your home, %  or at our fully cqttipped shop.  Ayrcs*   Electronics, *  Sunsbine  Coast Highway,  Gibsons. Ph.  886-7117. 4720-tfn  RUBBER  stamps  of all  descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 88V.-9G54.  Quick service on all orders.  WESTERN saddle, hand  tooled.  New  bridle  &   blanket,  $150.   Ph.   884-5325.       4737-32  LEGAL NOTICES  I NO LONGER go by the  name of Mrs. Jack Richard  Williams or Mrs. John Richard  Williams; and will not be responsible for any bills or debts  made oui in the name of Mrs.  Louise Williams, other than  those incurred by myself.  Signed���Mrs. Louise Williams.  4727-34  J. R. NICHOLSON  Lieutenant - Governor  CANADA  PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ELIZABETH the SECOND,  by the Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom, Canada and  Her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head pi the  Commonwealth, Defender of  the Faith.  To all to whom these presents shall come ���  GREETING W. D. BLACK,  Minister of Municipal Affairs.  WHEREAS by section 766 of  the Municipal Act it is provided, inter alia, that in addition  to tho functions conferred by  that Act. a regional district  has such function*? as are provided by Letter.-? Patent or  supplementary Lepers Patent,  and for this purpose the Lieutenant-Governor in Council  may. on the recommendation  of the Minister, provide in the  Letters Patent or supplementary Letters Patent such further objects, powers, obligations, duties, limitations, and  conditions in respect to any or  all functions requested pursuant to this section:  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine  Ccast Regional District has requested that the said regional  district be empowered to undertake the function of soil removal regulation in Electoral  Areas'A, B, C. D, E, and F:  NOW KNOW YE THAT ��.y  these presents We do order and  proclaim that on, from, and  after the date hereof the following be added to thc objects,  powers, obligations, duties,  limitations and conditions of  the Sunshine- Coast Regional  District and that the Letters  Patent of the regional district  be amended accordingly:  DIVISION VII ��� SOIL  REMOVAL REGULATION  1. Electoral Areas A, B, C,  D, E, and F participate and  share in the cost of the function of the regional district  provided by this Division,  2. The Regional Board may,  Wilh"i'pspccr -to-Electoral -Aroas  A, I?, C, D, E, and F, exercise  the powers contained In Clause  (d) nr section 8(58 of the Municipal Act, provided, however,  that no by-law under this  paragraph comes into force  and effect until approved by  the Minister of Municipal Affairs.  3. The annual net cost attributed to this function shall ho  apportioned among the participating Inember municipalities  on the basis of assessment  which may be tnxed in the  current year for school purposes, excluding property that Is  taxable for school purposes  only by special Act.  ���I. No dehl other than temporary current borrowing idiall  Ire Incurred by the ivgion.il  district for the purpose of this  function,  .*">. Until the annual hiuli'H  for the year 1071 is adopled,  the iium�� of money which may  be burrowed lo meet th,* cur-  nut lawful expenditure'' nf  Ihe reglontd district for the  purposes of this function shall  bi> us determined by the 1ns-  pivtnr of Miinlcip'dllii-s.  In testimony whereof, We  have caused these Our Letters  tu In* iniidi* I'.-itont mid the  ('"real Seal uf Our said Province to be hereunto affixed,  WITNKSS, Colonel tin* Honourable John H, Nlchnlson,  P.C.. O.H.K., Q.C., l.I,.n.. I.lett-  tcniuit-Ciivii'iuii* of Our nilil  Province of Ihlll'ili Columbia,'  lu our City of Victoria, In Our  wild Province, thta eighteenth  day of June, In the year of otir  I.out one thousand nln<> hundred and ..evenly, and in the  niiii'lii'iith year  <>f Our   Reign.  liy  (.'--.mnumd,  W, D. IILACK  Provincial   .Secretary  470:!-pub, July II, l!>?0  a>S9a. ��"*$*. ,CS*V��S  ^a��ia^n*mlMv^i^^,.tni.tl!J^*t^ut4t��<iHi*  ��j>^-rta%��r*'*��u^?:*"J  J  -"���J  af  7  \  '��*\ "a.  I'    '  tf  Jf  JS*  -A, \  f  ,  " ..-7  i\  j *-  v.  *  \  7}  FOR SALE (Continued)  SINGER zig zag sewing-machine.   Consol   model,    like'  new. Was.$198, will sell reasonable or trade for quiet saddle  horse. Ph. 886-2975.      4685-32  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, Gibson's, B.C.  1306-t��n  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.'  PHONE 885-9665  AW We/come  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service 11 a.nrt.  Madeira Park���883-2374  The  United Church of Canada  SUMMER SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  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 - Gibson*} - 886-2333  EVERYONE WELCOME���Informal Dress  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Servico ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evcnina Servico 7:30 p.m.  , ,  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutui  (2 blocks up from Highway)  Lions Ladies Executive  New executive of the. Sunshine Coast  Lions Ladies was installed at a recent  "Ladies.Night" banquet at the Peninsula Dining Lounge Sechelt. From  left: Bev Robinson, treasurer; Faye  Lewis, president and Janette-Mactavish, vice president.  Baptism service held  by laiter Day Saints  LATTER Day Saints Church of Jesus  Christ held a baptism service at the home  of Mrs. Clara Nelson on June 27 at 2:30  p.m. when Jeannie Wallace was baptised  into the Church by Brother Dan Johnson.  Jeannie is the daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Len Wallace of West Sechelt.  Twenty-eight persons witnessed the  ceremony; speakers for the service were  Brother Holgate; Sister Holgate and Sister McConnell. The baptism took place  in the ocean near Sechelt. Confirmation  service followed in which Elder Bagley  assisted by Elders Morris; Bagley; Beasley; Nelson and Holgate confirmed Jeannie Wallace a member of the church.  Testimonies followed and the service  closed with the hymn, God be with you,  and a prayer by Sister Jackson.  Missionaries present were Elders Morris and Bagley from Powell River; Elders  Beasley and Nelson from Vancouver; Sisters Jackson and Garlock from Squamish. Sister Jackson will soon be going  home as she had completed her mission.  Permanent elders will be in the area,in  the near future.  Sunday School is held every Sunday at  Selma Park Community Hall at 10 a.m.  and everyone interested is welcome.  Indestructible bats  UNIIAPPINESS is being 10 years old,  carrying your brand-new bat to a corner lol for a baseball game with your  neighborhood pals���and cracking it on  the first swing.  But broken bats will soon be as rare  as .000 hitters, if one sporting-goods company's crperiment is successful. Wilson  is introducing this year an aluminum  softball bludgeon said to be splitproof,  crackproof���in fact virtually indestructible.   ,  A   product   of two  years  of  research  nnd testing, the aluminum model has already   been   approved   by   the   Amateur,  Softball    Association    and    the    United  _S.Ull��s Slo-P|tch     Softball   ^Association.  Though it is designed, specifically for soft-  ball, you can use it in baseball if you  don't mind a metallic ring when hall  meets bat.  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  In ai! price ranges.  R. BIRKIN     A .  .   '      i  Beach Ave.. Roberts Creek, S.Ci.  Phono 886-2551    , III! t   ���lll.l���WIT***,.. "'   I        ���lll��|IHaH"l*l >!!������     I   I���I-.-1  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & WDpWAtt  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 years to pay  Complete tine of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A CoH-  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  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  Pine Rd. ft Grandvicw Ave.   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 and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 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   FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  ; You?  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663  - Hopkins Landing  MlCKIE'S BOUTIQUE  Specializing  in  Permanent Florals  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2339  In the Richter Block  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ana* Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2813  -.*���--W--r.<��**^  ���������V  f.dSi^4miwMj*>^  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE (PAID  ��� This freo remlndorof coming events Is a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Peninsula Times direct for frco listings, specifying "Dato  Pad". Pleaso note that space Is limited and somo advance dates may  havo to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  tflWJflfliWIlVUOTSflr^^  **,  July   II ���11   o.m,-11 p.m.  Selma  Pork  Lenlon  Branch   140 Clubhouse  "I loppy Time".  July  I \~~7-A pm. Vic's Motel, Dovl*. Roy. 6 F S   Summer Ten,  I     July 2!">���From I I o,m, Fool Showlnc, fl. Junior Tvcnls, Roalrorjor Ranch  Annual  Rodeo. Pender Horhour.  July   7.6���From   I0;30  o.m,   Senior   Tvi-nt*.,   RonlroQor  Ronfh  Annual  Rodoo, Ponder Horhour,  ASK ABOUT OUR SAFECO INSURANCE  AND SAVE MONEY  AGENCIES TO.  Gibsons 886-7015  Multiple Lilting Servico  Vnncouvor Real Citato  DoorJ  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  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 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loo Towlna  L. HI6GS  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  SteamfitKrig - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  1 ERVICE  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.   Res. 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  ILanadian   IFropane  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable ond economleal  sill McPhedran  electrical contractor  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13. Gibsons. B.C. - Phone 605-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8 o.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  iSSO 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  Furniture to anvwhere In Conada.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling,  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  .   Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-2863. t  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.   1,     vj  a*>Jtf*��&"^  ����� "Waae. ^^^,r , i*~v  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 Beningcr  Box 14, Secchlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  Furniture Recovery a Specialty  Fine lino of fabrics,  Somplcs brought to homo.  HAL AND MAY AURIN  Tol. 885-9575 - Davis Bay  R. SCHULTZ PLUMBING  PLUMBING SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  Sechelt to Pondor Harbour  Phono 883-2426  R.R. 1 Madeira Park, D C.  GIBSONS STUCCO & DRY WALL  ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK  Albert Ronnberg 886-2996  Welcome to Floorshine Const  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialist*. In Cloonlnn - Door Woxlno  Spray fiufflnn - Window Clcnnlnrj  REASONABLE RATfS  KEN C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  PARTHENON CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Architectural Designer* - General Contractor*  Residential and Commercial  Phono 083.2013, Sechelt,  or Vancouver 601-5710  ALiX FOLEY ot GEORGE ARDLEY  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMAThS  Phono 885-2360  Box 684 - Sechelt, B.C.  RICHARD F. KENNETT  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Gibsons, B.C.  Office 886-2481 Ros. 886-2131  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Paris & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrudo,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak,  Springbok,  K&C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain' Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Rololilllng ��� Lawns ond Landscaping,  Carpentry - Plumbing - Septic Tanks  Lots. cleared of debris or ony Job.  No Job Too Small and Seldom Too Mq,  Phono 885-9418  Wllllow S. Pooler, R.R. 1, Sechelt, D.C.  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Sites, Fully Modern Cabins,  Tcnllno Ground*  LounchliiQ Ramp, Hoot Rental*., Moorono  Uncrowilod Natural Setllna In the Heart ol the  FMtrng Ground*. Follow ll.,�� -.Ifjn*.  883-2577 - R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to tho Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  MACK'S NURSERY  -Roberts-Creek-  Sunshine Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - SHRUBS - FRUIT TREES  BERRY PLANTS - BEDDING PLANTS  FERTILIZER - PEAT MOSS  Phono 886-2684  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Wcldlno  Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Sorvico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taplnrj and FHIing.by hand and machine  ���Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings���.  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Crook, B.C.  COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv, of Coatt Oackhoo & Trucking Ltd.  Fll-reala*.-. Septic Tonk*. sold and Installed  Drain Til��r - Cement - Relnforclnrj Rods  Distribution Boxes, etc.  Box 89, Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST BACKHOE 8,  TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira  Park  Phono 883-2274  CONSTRUCTION  Will frame houses, cottages, finishing,  remodelling also plumbing and wiring.  PHONE 886-2417 OR 886-7560  Wnllor Snfoty *any��,  "lnvos.llrir.to conditions  BEFORE ontoiino tho  water, nnd nlvwya swim  ivllh a buddy.".  M H   (��    *..    ���     ..  V a*      MCWal-H^a^XKM WWWfvWWWWW^.  ,..-,4-  i  The PeninsulaT^^  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  Douglas G. WitttLtR, Editor and Publisher  ^maa^0*mm****ou*mim'?4u2mMmgv^ma0mmm*mmmm00*^mmmm����mmm*mammmma0*m0mmm0**m0*mm00*0mmm0^  m��S  LETTER to the editor in this week's  . itncs comes from a student who  quite spiritedly protests thc fact that  many jobs arc taken up by married  women who already have a husband providing a reasonable salary and as a  consequence, students have difficulty in  obtaining employment during summer  t months.  Certainly she has a point and we  would not condemn her for having the  courage to speak out. At the same time,  there arc many reasons why married  women have to seek employment despite  thc fact their husbands might be earning good salaries. Very few actually  take such employment because of greed.  We have learned over the years that  front the employers point of view it in  variably boils down to the simple fact  that he prefers to ..train staff who he  can depend upon to be with him for  some years. Only too frequently does  he train a single girl, finds her quite  capable and is just beginning to depend  upon her when away she goes, either to  get married and leave thc area or, has  since married and becomes pregnant.  He then has to start looking and training ail over again. This, of course, does  not involve summer or part time employment.  Then again there is the situation  where an employer requires fully trained  staff which naturally does not help a  student or recent graduate too much. In  some cases this situation becomes rather  liducrous for unless young people are  given an opportunity in a particular type  of occupation they never will become  experienced. From our own point of  view, wc have employed two local students at different times and would gladly  employ cither one of them again at any  time, should the need arise.  With todays' rising costs and need  for higher education, very few families  would be able to send their youngsters  onto university on one salary and in  cases where wives work for this very  reason, it is a certainty they are not out  to work for the love of it. Bringing up  a family and attending to household  chores is by no means an easy job, even  with a multitude of appliances.  This is but one of tne reasons why  wives go out to work, there are many  more, but in most cases it is simply that  one salary is barely sufficient. We will,  nevertheless, admit that there are some  cases where boredom or a certain amount  of greed does come into thc picture.  When we have young people who are  prepared to work it is extremely* unfortunate that there is so little available.  What should perhaps be considered is  the fact that we have among us vociferous, self satisfied little groups who protest any possibility of industry coming  into thc area and by so doing deprive  our young people of likely future employment. Once it becomes known that  these groups are active, many industrialists will locate elsewhere without giving  any consideration to the district.  Another area of complaint is the  fact that public bodies often show a  strong desire to hire outside help rather  than give long-time local taxpayers or  residents a change. We notice, for example, the school board has recently  advertised in the Vancouver press for  a maintenance man with painting ability. This is no highly skilled job and  without any doubt there are many local  men capable and indeed desirous of  such well paid steady employment. We  might point to the Regional Board which,  it would seem, does not consider local  people sufficiently qualified for a number of well paid positions. One docs not  have to look far below the surface to  see a number of such examples and this  is something we consider deplorable. It  is even worse when, in some cases, we  learn that some of the imported experts  prove to be expert in anything but the  job they were hired for.  We sincerely sympathize with thc  students seeking employment but it is  a situation which will only resolve with  progressive development of the area  as a whole.  ^DEfe^'  \     \? '" id* /    ",,*'.��� I'} I    <&-.      ��* ftf-A  \ fvv   -V"-   i       .s'���Art    -    '*���, I       *��!=���     -���*-7v i / zA  \    /is-.} -*���       A   #\> :*r  ���������<-1t!?M.  ^���I       f.  V  '$  ���fl  9  - ��� * x i i  ��������  /I  ab*~4i..Jl*m,r*,mi *t*f-*i  m+    ���m.ql 4,-mU.^  I.*h.l^*n)i*t**+*��m.  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 8, 1970  Auto racing action  for Gibsons theatre  SPINE-tingling automobile racing action,  combined with a tender love story  that develops into a sizzling romantic  triangle, comes to the Twilight Theatre  in Gibsons this week starring Paul Newman, his wife Joanne Woodward, and Robert. .Wagner.  For Newman, the leading role was  made to order, since he is a man who  loves speed, who drives motorcycles,  fast sports car.s and flew Navy torpedo  planes. In thc portrayal "Winning" he  has been cjiasing the wind for 1*3 years  from the driver's seat of anything on  wheels. He is brilliantly fierce competitor,  who loves speed only a shade less than  he loves winning.  Following this, the saga of that celebrated load of garbage in Stockbridge,  Mass., which catapulted folk singer Arlo  Guthrie into a fame equal to JLhat of  his famous father, Woody, placed the  younger Guthrie's ��� folk song "Alice's  Restaurant Massacree" high among thc  all-time recorded hits, and made of young  Guthrie a folk hero with a large section  of the disaffected generation, is retold  in the movie "Alice's Restaurant."  First Class  Members of the Gibsons Volunteer  Fire Department were on hand last  week to receive the new fire truck  delivered from Montreal by former  Fire Chief Bill Scott. All' expressed  satisfaction with the new truck which  MS  APART from those countries under  Soviet domination, it has long since  been a way of life throughout the western world to complain and protest actions  of government at whatever level it might  be.  Most such complaints, or protests, arc  usually with some foundation and frequently wrongs are put right as a result.  However, there are times when, perhaps we complain unjustly or arc motivated by personal emotionalism. Many  people tend to launch forth against what  they consider to be inactivity by one or  other of thc governments without giving  due consideration to thc situation, in  question, just a few years previously.  Foremost ip mind at this time is thc  much   maligned   B.C.   Ferry   Authority  which was born as the result of labor  strife  in   19.58.  In  May  that  year Ca-  , nadian Pacific Steamships went on strike  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���-Harry W. Fletcher  RI-aMI-MHRANCF.  Remember how often you've waved a goodbye  to a friend or a well-beloved kin, as they  journeyed away, with a misty eye thought  you might never see them sig'in?  So maybe Ihey scnl you it letter or card, while  there's some never bolder to write, you're  steeled more or less not lo take it so hard for  the ones who just dropped out of sij*ht.  Hut you always had faith thai life still survived  and you send ibem your love in your ihouuhl,  and never once doubted ihey safely arrived  and had happily gained what they sought.  We often remember Ihe day ihey set sail or a  birthday or some such event, Inn eeriainly  never felt called lo bewail that ihey left us  behind when ihey went.  So treasure your memories deep in your heart  or distribute hotuiuets all around; but when  comes Ihe day it's my turn lo depart, please  don't look for me under (lie i*roiin.t|  The Penii^sula^w^  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  on li.C.'a Sunshine Coast  .      hy  Sechelt Peninsula Times ltd.  Hox 310 -.Sechelt, ll,C.  DouglmCi. Wheeler, Editor nnd Publisher  Subscription Kates; (In ndvnncc)  1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, %') - 3 Years, $13  U.S. and Forci-an. $.5.50  , Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  {Howe Sound to Itrvi* Inlet)  NOVA   SCOTIA  Dy  Gwon  Griffin  Arthur  ("Irani mo by far, tho country life,  In nil  III. nm.l el.iiin..*i~  Vast  freedom of  tall timbered ���.horrn  Hedeclted   with  j: runny   farms;  Plump hotiM.wlve,.*  loved for lielni;  Ihemnelvc*),  Ntnrch.-.l .Snbbitth,*, ��penl In kit k;  (iiiailcd hand'*, a .l.-.ll.'iillon  To years of homely work,  '."would *ie.*n. these folk  who've lived  I heir lives  In harmony  with   the nod,  Have found, iiiiknowlinijly, n  way  ()(   llvini; elose   lo  (.oil,  MT.  ElPhflNSTONE CHAPTER O.E.S.  wiwier. ^Jeci  Saturday, July 11, 1970  VIC'S  MOTEL, DAVIS DAY ��� 2 - 4 P.M.  Equipment  irf no time after arrival was called  ���to two small fires. From left: Jerry  Dixon, chief Dick Ranniger, Ken  Crosby, Frank Nyuran, Danny Dawe,  John Panasuk, Bill Scott, Chris Hummel and Bob Wilson.  m     ROBERTS CREEK VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT  to be followed later by Black Ball Ferries Ltd. This cut off Vancouver Island completely. Premier W. A. C. Bennett, as a result, invoked thc Civil Defence Act and took over operation of  the Black Ball Ferries. SinCc that time  British Columbia has been provided with  thc largest and .probably most efficient  ferry service in thc world.  If we only take time out to look  back on the general situation of twelve  years ago it becomes very apparent that  we really have little cause for complaint.  Large new ferries are added constantly  to the fleet, large and elaborate terminals have been constructed or, in some  cases, reconstructed, and as a consequence conditions today arc far and  above what we had become accustomed  to just a short time back.  Another aspect is the fact that an  incredible number of jobs have been  created with development of the ferry  service. The catering superintendent  alone has a staff of 900. There are thc  ferry crews, slorc staffs and administration, not to mention the large contracts  awarded the construction industry.  Naturally there is always room for  improvement, later and more frequent  sailings is one of the major complaints  on the Sunshine Coast and probably in  some areas also. It will go on being this  way for il is virtually impossible to  keep up economically with the ever increasing flow ol" traffic.   ,  There is certainly justification lor  feeling that wc arc not getting thc service wc should and on occasion time  between sailings docs appear excessive,  However, us we have said, if we reflect  on what wits offered a few years ago,  giant steps have been made, We have  no doubt that it will nol be loo long  hence before the improvements presently sought will be implemented.  !B��i��t*t*i Corn-ar  Readers Right  Aid for Peru  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf of Care of Canada I  would like to thank your many readers  who have contributed to the Care Peru  Emergency Fund ��� established to supply  aid to the victims of the May 31st earthquake.  Care has so far sent more than $700,000  wortr of food, clothing and materials to  the devastated area. Qualified Care personnel are now on the scene mapping  out a year-long program of rehabilitation  and redevelopment for the more than  half million people who escaped the-dis-  aster with nothing more than the clothes  on their backs.  Care intends to stay in Peru as long  as it is needed. With the continued support of many Canadians it will fill the  need that much sooner. Yours with thanks.  ��� DOUGLAS W. SMITH  Regional Director  Fair hearing  Editor,  The  Times,  Sir: On behalf of the teachers of the  province, I would like to thank you for  the attention given to educational matters  during the past year.  Educational issues have become more  complex and at the same time interpreting  these issues to the public has become an  even  more  difficult  task.  I feel that the public interest has been  well served by the newspapers of the  province. It is no easy task communicating  technical and complex issues in a way  that thp people who arc not living with  these matters from day to day can readily  grasp.  While thc press does not always agree  on the position taken by the teachers,  nevertheless newspapers, in the province  have been willing to give teachers a fair  hearing.  That huu been my experience. Thank  you again.  J. W. KILLEEN, President  "Free Enterprise"  Editor, The Times,  Sir: If the high cost of living can In*  put down to any one thing, it seems to  mc that it would be: so many people  are 'llvini,* on the produce of so few,  Merely to .see thousands of people involved in jobs is not sufficient to assume  that we have n prosperous society. (These  jobs in most cases are .superficial to the  maintuinenco of  a sound  economy.)  Il is true that with tho aids of modern  technology, we have a productive power  that is second to none, but Ihe economy  begins to wane when tho distribution of  that power and the products of that  power is .so unequal thai it gives rlsr.  to ii grenl dissatisfaction among the actual  productive workers,  This dissatisfaction Is made manifest  in strikes etc, It Is logical to assume that  while living under a free enterprise -sys-  lem everyone has (he freedom to Ix.  enterprising, Including the unions. This Is  their effort to purchase more of the  goods that they Justifiably need und  create,  As wo are subject lo the victim predator relationship, most of Ihe "free enterprise" gradually goes Into the hands of  the few, The further wc go inlo the  technological age of economy, tlu* more  victims of money, lending ln.--.un.nec., and  other non-productive Institution's we will  have. Thive nre maintained by millions  of office worker,-, and bureaucrats, They  have very little Idea of tho Inter-relatlon-  .���-hlp of their existence and .subvcrslveness  in an economic system that  is sustained  by only a few productive workers and  machines.  Many people say we should be satisfied with "enough" but what is enough  for me, is not enough for another. The  Posties are doing a responsible job and  if we want to keep the free enterprise  system, then we are going to have to  put up with the Posties' demands and  everyone elses demands, until we are  all millionaires, or buried in the rubble  of our "affluent" society.  DAN  CARR  R.R.  2, Gibsons,  B.C.  886-7459  ess'  ����as|rt33*rt v^mtxsaxsttffe-JXs^isiiv,'.}^z&aansgazizss^JsspsssfSSBsza&i  &r*r.  TOTERrl CLUB  FRIDAYS. 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO QQ  ���ic DOOR PRIZE -J.V  Friday, July 31sf - 10 p.m. fo a.m. ?  ROBERTS CREESC COMMUNITY HALL  THE PEW KINGS' ORCHESTRA  gS*     Refreshments available  Admission $2.00  Needy students  ��5      Tickets from: J. Eldred 886-2474, G. Krouse 886-2811, S. Rowland  H      886-2087, Sea View Market 886-2467 also Fire Department members  i!!HlilIi!l!lll!!!;!ll!ll!;!lli!!W^  Editor.  The  Times,  Sir: I am one of the many needy students who wants or needs summer employment. Though I applied for a job  in January, early this year and was promised a job I am still without work.  Now I ask, who or what is preventing  me and many others from working? I  also have the answer to my question.  The people that are keeping us (the  students) from working are the money  hungry middle-aged women whose husbands also bring home a good pay check.  They are the ones who are holding jobs  and not budging to allow for students  to work. In Gibsons and Sechelt, I took  a check to see actually who was working. In most places, middle-aged women  who are bored at home, monopolize thc  entire working force. These greedy  women are also probably the first to  complain about the "younger generation"  and the "hippies", or the economic state  of Canada or the unemployment rate in  Canada. Little do they realize that they  are one cause of the. ever, growing^ unemployment crisis in Canada.  Now may I make a suggestion for  all. In my opinion men should retire at  the age of sixty to make room for the  younger men who arc in much more need  of jobs. Then, middle-aged women, if  they are so money hungry, should work  for part of the year to allow university  students and high school students to work ,  in their holidays; that would be four  months for university students and two  months for high school students.  To these older women, I say, give us  a change, You have lived so much longer  than we have, We are just beginning to  live, but you are making it next to impossible for us to start, let alone to make  an attempt to work.  SHIRLEY   HOEHNE  R.R. No.  1,  Gibsons, B.C.  Walter Safety says,  "Toll your mother and  fnthor that you want  to learn to swim NOW."  Hardly. Many of Old Style's staunchest admirers ore quiet  ones. Men who find their golden hours in tho privacy of  hearth and home. Old Style's their style, too: brewed slow  and easy to match the meditative mood. Old Style's  everybody's style. That's why It's B.C.'s most popular beer.  HVaaa-aaaFFa**  BEER  Slow browed and naturally aged     *  llill �� J...II1..HM ll not liar-lull, tl H lMfl��,��,| Ir/ (In IIf|u.i COiiUo* flu.It) ur Iff |h. Guvt-lFimtlil ��( IllllllS Cod-fliM*.  IT  Jl  ��trail caMS^Gflflca (mbim m>  mn0m*m0m0m0W*nirWm0mnn0WmiWm0  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  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But if you don't  tako this step Immediately, or If thc palnl Is too close to soil  putty to risk wiping off, wait a few days, Then it's cosy to  scrape off with a single-edged razor blade, When the point  spatter is partly dry, it smears und won't como off, cosily wilh  cither a cloth or razor blade.  URETMANE VARNISH:  PROTECTION  FOR  PAINTED  FLOORS  i    i  A coating or two of clear varnish will protect painted  floors from wenr and tear advises the Canadian Point Manufacturers Association, A clear methane which resists abrasion  Is a particularly good choice.  4m0.mM.m.au.mm..Mk��..0. him.*-****'  TWIN CREEH  LUMBER 8*  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Dealer  Monamel & Dree/o  Paints  Sunshine Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 886-2008  r#wwi**T*w*in*wvwm*yni*w*wwwmww*w*\  ���".r. ���;*;���*  .... -,*-*- ��� **VV-A  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  VISITING Mr. and Mrs. William Cook  for 3 weeks was Clarence Cook from  Butte Inlet. Spending a few days with  the Cooks was their grand-nephew Allan  Cook from Merritt. Mrs. Bill'Cook (nee  Ellen Cato, ah old time resident) observed  her birthday last week when visitors arrived at their home with a specially decorated cake for the . occasion. She was  recipient of cards and gifts and a pleasant  social time was enjoyed.  Welcome to Gibsons, Mr. and Mrs.  Ron Dunsford and sons Albert, Eddy and  Clayton from Richmond. Mr. Dunsford  has been transferred here with B.C.  Hydro. Mrs. Dunsford is an artist, she  especially enjoys painting.  Captain and Mrs. James Hicks from  North Vancouver were guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Reg Godfrey for" a few days. The  Hicks have recently returned from a  month's holiday during which they motored across Canada. They spent 10 days  at Montreal with Ron and Arlene Godfrey and family {former local residents).  Welcome to Gibsons Mr. and Mrs.  Ted Vogel and son Gordon who have  moved here from Mica Creek. Mr. Vogel  i.s a   mechanic. a*.  On Thursday evening June 25, Mr. and  Mrs. Cecil Lee Kelley (nee Sharon Davis)  were guests of honor when Mrs. Kelley's  aunt, Mrs. W. H.. Faulkes entertained at  her charming West Vancouver home.  About 25 guests enjoyed a barbecue near  the beautiful creek on the property. On  Saturday,.June 27th, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley  were again feted when Mrs. Kelley's  uncle, Mr. C. J. Faulkes and Mrs. Faulkes  of North Vancouver, entertained at a  Mexican dinner honoring the young  couple. Friends in Vancouver held a delightful shower for Mrs. Kelley.  Softball team "Gibsons Girls" with  some of their members away on holiday  were trounced by Kinsmen Little League  players at the Elementary School grounds  on Tuesday evening last week. A fairly  good attendance of parents encouraged  the teams.  Miss Mona Jean Heppner from Vancouver visited for a few days with her  relatives Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stroshein  anel "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyngaert.  Out from town for 3 wesks holiday  are Mrs. Bev Curran (nee Allen) with  her 5 children and her mother Mrs. Mildred Sanderson, the latter's late parents  Mr. and Mrs. Talbot were old time residents of this area.  Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spiers have  returned from a 6 week holiday in England where they visited Mr. Spiers relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Spiers enjoyed being  at Oxford and in Sussex. They travelled  by plane.  Mr. and Mrs. Wiljo Wiren motored  to Merritt to visit their son-in-law and  daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bob Geier and  family. Michael and Bobbie Geier accompanied their grandparents on the return trip. The boys will spend the summer here.  Wednesday, July 8, 1970  The Peninsula .Times  Page A-5  SWVWtKlW -'��JJV��F -,'   a. ,   4    -     ���    , '.      , V       ��� jtt      ���,*  t^,.i.If,i.,\J:.A^k.kML.... ......   .-...'....a.-...':..   ., ,-a.~J.   .   .<= ...a.-..-*-..  *#i  2 bodroom home with suite in basement, overlooking all of Madeira Park, in choico  location. Priced in low 20's.  *$XSXSt �����'��������������� It ������������(���(���������������(I* ������������*��������� #������������������*���"  2 BEDROOM HOME with spectacular view of Strait? with 1.5 acres on COCHRAN  ROAD in MADEIRA PARK, overlooking everything. Priced in the low 20's..  ���������!������������ ttftft��itlil��ti**i'ii>lli��*tf ���*�����'��*���'*���*  Beautiful VIEW LOT NEAR HOTEL with excellent view of horbour; easy access  with all services. F.P. $4500.  LOWES MADEIRA PARK RESORT hat 10 famished units with a lovely home on 8  choico valuable acres with loads of potential, this beautiful property has 400' watcrfrontage, floats, boats and many other extras.  ��� ���MMMttfltsMMiifltMMsfMMMMiHiiMstiia.-  Never too far away although she has  left the area to become an airline  stewardess, Annette Hansen of. the  Big Maple Motel, Wilson Greek, possess over the area quite often on the  scheduled Vancouver - Powell River  PWA jet. She is seen on the left  Sechelt Stewardess  taking part in a ceremony held re-  mently at Powell River to commemorate the last flight by long  time pilot Art Barran who has now  retired after. 29 years of flying." Annette is an Elphinstone graduate.  Aid to tourism  .. I PROMISE  NOTTOPLAY  WITH MATCHES  HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES  THE GOVERNMENT announced changes  to the Provincial Liquor Regulations  into effect on July 1, 1970. These new regulations were based on certain recommendations of the Morrow Royal Commission Report on Liquor and were passed in Cabinet by Order-in-Council.  With British Columbia's summer  tourist season well under way and many  vacationers in our province, the Government decided to broaden the regulations  to allow drinks with meals on Sundays  and to extend hours of sale to bring  them in line with other areas of North  America.  From the effective date, establishments holding a dining-lounge or dining-  room licence can sell and serve liquor  .with meals from twelve noon until ten  o'clock p.m. on Sundays. Private recreational clubs who serve regular meals will  also be able to serve liquor with meals  to their members and guests under the  same  hours on Sundays.  Hours of sale of liquor in licensed  premises  have  been  extended  to  four  teen hours a day, lo commence no earlier  than nine o'clock a.m. and end no later  than one o'clock a.m. the following morning. "This gives a licensee a broader  scope in establishing hours of sale, based  on the area and requirements," said Attorney-General   Peterson.  In British Columbia after July 1st,  establishments operated as a cabaret or  a club must ensure that patrons vacate  "the premises within one-half hour after  the sale of liquor ceases. Another regulation twas amended, which allows all liquor  stores and licensed premises to remain  open during Municipal By-Elections  throughout the Province.  Also under these new regulations,  females -will be allowed to serve dririlis  in licensed premises. "This change conforms with the Human Rights Act which  was introduced last year" said Attorney-  General Peterson.  The Liquor Board will soon be circulating to public house licensees a new  directive that not more than one large  glass of beer shall be served to any one  *-4a.*Sj4  ��'AA:SA?^:**| . :���., ������ fe  a,     J        ' */^W^-|A ll fl A        ^V'  *  4     -I      a.  .1   VI  l        -,       ". t.  (I  *, I  J*      F  ���*��*,'  I V-v  *��*���  CO  ^iF.-"*.*1  , ^.' .-*���*���  , * *,���*;���*" "' ��,   t  .    t   a   .'a*   *"     '  :*-**      , I ,aa.,J(F����.F, "  : I  J       *-a* ,    .      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"Dry-  cleaning World" dared its 32,000 readers lo clean Ihe spot without dnmng-  7m ���__����^. a.  , ..FflHirtFw.^a    -aa. , a      a -' ,l,.|F���miF|- ��� ii-,*-] ,M Mntl,HmrTjinilWi-rHiV F.-a.Ll,..^....^  Ing the material, and Olto and Alico  were one of the dryclenners In tho  nrea who did a perfect job.  iSBMeCaiW  MQLaPfJ^'l^Mtla^laSS5  NOW SERVING  THE  SUNSHINE COAST  PROHPT SEIIViCE  RADIO * TV -STEREO  PHONE 806-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons  ^ssersxsESXs.  xts^zs^ms'^^stT^rssfaW^zzsi^m  ^^�����<k^fipiw^^f^w'i vgt'r^l^^^!^^''  fnADtZIPA PAit-H  Sprinlcrrng Eegulaflotis EffectSv�� Immediately  Effective immediately, sprinkling restrictions aro  imposed on all users of South Pender Harbour Waterworks District Water Service, as follows:  1. All residents from Canoe Pass to the end of  Francis Peninsula, may sprinkle on odd calendar  days.  2. Residents In the balance of Uladefra Park may  sprinkle on even calendar days.  Trustees, South Pender Harbour Waterworks District  June 26,   1970  "���jag^^^>asi��-.��^ ���**-.  patron at one time. This provision is  designed to prevent' over-loading of tables  and the pushing of sales.     '  In addition, the Liquor Board'will also  be enforcing a provision that no, samples  of a'lcoholic'"beyerages^ to  any individual as a gift, "by any manufacturer or his representative in compliance with the Government Liquor Act.  On July 1st the Government will introduce a new system of identification  cards for nineteen years old or over who  wish to drink. "British Columbia is the  first province to introduce these unique  cards as a positive identification" said  the Attorney-General. The card is laminated in plastic and bears the photograph  of the holder, it is tamper-proof, and  should anyone attempt to alter the card  > it will self-destruct.  Attorney-General Peterson added  "once these cards are distributed, I intend to place stronger law enforcement  on persons drinking under age." Nineteen  years olds and over who wish to obtain  cards to comply with Liquor Regulations,  can submit applications to all branches  of the Bank of Nova Scotia throughout  the Province. These particular banks  have the photographic equipment to perform this service and the cards will be  delivered to the nearest liquor store,  where an affidavit will be taken by the  vendor of the person's age.  In areas of the province not having  Bank of Nova Scotia facilities, applicants  should contact the nearest liquor vendor,  who will advise them where to obtain  these cards. It is anticipated that there  will be air" approximate two week waiting  period for applications to be processed,  the identification cards will cost $1.50  plus Provincial sales tax.  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Pat White riding Sam displays the
superb horsemanship necessary to
have any success in the rope race
which was a feature of Timber Trail
Riding   Club's    recent   Gymkhana.
Fine Style
Taking the triple jump in his stride rider the high points winner in the
at Timber Trail Riding Club's Gym- Senior Class. None of the senior
khana, Yeller ridden by Kathy White jumpers had clear rounds but Kathy
displays the fine style which made his    came first with 7 faults.
Kelly-Davis . . .
Wedding vows exchanged
ceremony in Gibsons home
THE HOME of Mr. and Mrs. William H.    Mr. Neil Harnett and Mr. Brian Kennedy
Davis,   1178  Franklin   Road,  Gibsons,    acting as  ushers.        »
was  the  scene  of  a  beautiful   wedding For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Davis
Page A-6 The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, July 8, 1970
Mrs. H. K. Hutchinson; Christine Hend-
ley; Daniel and Timothy Hutchinson from
California; Mr. and Mrs. W. Cleland, Penticton; Mr. and Mrs. J. Faulkes, New
Westminster; Mr. and Mrs. B. Corrigan,
Coquitlam; Mrs. W. H. Faulkes; Mrs. H.
Challier; Mr. and Mrs. P. I-Wie; H. Chal-
lier Jr. from West Vancouver; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Becker, Burnaby; Mr. and Mrs.
D. M. Kocher; Mr- and Mrs. C. J. Faulkes;
Mr. G. Faulkes; Miss Mary-Ellen Faulkes;
Mr. W. A. Crane, North Vancouver; Mr.
and Mrs. N. Harnett; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dyer; Miss Christine Douglas; Miss Marg-
and rider the race was one of elimination. Pat came second to her sister
Kathy.
Hon. W. K. Kiernan . . .
SIGNIFICANT amendments to previously-published regulations under British
Columbia's new Litter Act have been
announced by the Hon. W. K. Kiernan,
Minister of Recreation and Conservation,
and Minister of Travel Industry.
The amendments mean that Section
3 of the Act, which deals with containers
fcr beer, ale, carbonated beverages and
other drinks, becomes law as of August 15,
1970, insofar as exchanges are permitted,
and remains January 1, 1971, as applied
to refunds.
In addition, containers of both metal
and glass will be subject to the same
refund requirements.
Mr. Kiernan pointed out that while
Section 3 becomes effective August 15,
the remainder of the Act becomes law on
With one rope less than each horse'    ceremony  at 3  p.m.  Saturday. June 20,    chose to wear a coral long sleeved silk     aret Barclay; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Soper;
Miss Lynn Ennis; Mrs. H. Wright; Miss
Merle Hilton; Miss Janet Reimer; Mr.
B. Kennedy; Mrs. D. Hansen; Mr. and
Mrs. R. Hdldcn from Vancouver.
Six year old visitor
strikes 21 pound fish
FISHING appears tc be good throughout
the area at the moment with good sized
salmon being caught off Gibsons. Davis
Bay, Nor' West Bay and through to
Pender Harbour.
Fishing in Porpoise Bay on Saturday evening with her father Mr. O. Het-
tervig of Haney and father Mr. O. Hct-
tervig of Sechelt, six year-old Lynn had
the thrill of her young life when a 21
pound 2 oz salmon chose her bait for
his supper.
The three were mooching just off the
island in the Bay and Lynn was a very
proud little girl, bringing home such a
nice catch and with a big fishing story
to tell her friends at home.
Ditch diggers and
Match makers,
Tea tasters and
Fumigators
Am* jn-it miiiki of ihn \voiv ra
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.Jpri.i.'il tlii'i.ipy. Ami tin,111. iii|
.'ml II you ,n<i iiiimii.* ol your
covri.n't! phono tho W(.ll,
woRKmerte
compensanon
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July 1. 1970. as he announced in May.
Explaining thc amendments, he said
that from August 15 to January 1 the
merchant has thc option, in lieu of refund, to exchange the same number of
full containers, at no extra charge to the
purchaser for the containers, for empty
containers delivered to him. Effective
January 1, all containers will be refundable and containers bearing any indication that they are not refundable or that
no refund is payable shall not be used
in  British  Columbia.
To avoid the possibility of empty containers being brought into the province
for the purpose of obtaining refunds, no '
merchant will be required to refund
more than 18 empty containers for any
one customer in any one day.
The refund i.s established by the act
as two cents  per container.
When the first*- regulations were an- ,
nounccd it was indicated thut businesses
in* British Columbia manufacturing and
filling metal containers could continue
to do so without their containers being
refundable, That exception has been
dropped.
Mr. Kiernan said that the August 15
date for Section 3 becoming effective was
chosen to give all concerned an opportunity lo prepare themselves for the new
regulations. Thc exception originally provided for metal containers made in Bri-
tiiili Coh'mibia was dropped following
it review ol' opinions put forth by the
manufacturers of both glass and metal
containers in consideration with the prin-
ciblc and fairness ol   t'.e  Litter Act,
The applUalilc sections of Ihe Litlcr
Act and the regulations as I hoy apply lo
..oft drinl. and beer containers will he
.summarized and circulated to Ihe trade
as an  informal ion  bulletin,
Mr. Kiernan said that it was important
that Ihe regulations In* .-end in conjunction
with the act In order lo fully appreciate
the .sgnifk-ui.ee of the new law. He pointed
out that a pamphlet explaining Ihe Litter
Act had already been widely distributed,
and lhal he anticipated it new and more
explicit pamphlet would be produced in
Ihe fall that would be of general public
interest,
C'liilslniUM Soul.*, help provide the miniature ehrsl x-ray you receive when you
visit   Ihe lieajlh unit  in your area,
1970 when their elder daughter, Miss
Sharon Deirdre Davis exchanged nuptial
vows with Mr. Cecil Lee Kelley, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hutchinson of California,   U.S.A.
The officiating clergyman was Rev.
J. Kent of West Vancouver Unitarian
Church. Mrs. Ed. Freer was organist.
On the patio, under an archway of
orange blossoms and blue delphiniums,
the charming bride was given in marriage
by her father. Her full length embossed
brocade gown en train featured long
drop sleeves with inserts at the cuffs
and an A-line skirt. A matching embossed
brocade head-piece held her bouffant veil
and she carried a cascade bouquet of green
Australian orchids.
The Matron of Honour. Mrs. Sylvia
Cleland, cousin of the bride, was attired in
a long gown of delph blue silk and wore
matching flowers in her hair.
Bridesmaids, Miss Penny Lea Davis
and  Miss  Ann Tritt,  wore short floral
dress with embroidered square neckline,
white accessories and a mauve Australian
orchid corsage.
With her blue silk ensemble, the
groom's mother had white accessories
and a white Australian orchid corsage.
Amid parklike surroundings, a delightful reception was held in the garden overlooking the Gulf of Georgia. Hanging
baskets, gay with flowers surrounded the
bride's table which was centered with a
three-tier wedding cake decorated in pale
green and topped with yellow rosebuds.
Cala lilies, pink canterbury bells, pink
and red roses completed the decorations.
Toast to the bride was proposed by
Charles J. Faulkes.
MKss Mary-Ellen Faulkes, cousin of thc
bride, looked after the guest book.
For  going  away,   the  bride   changed
into a navy blue coat-dress with matching hat, white purse, gloves and shoes.
The wedding  dress, hat and  veil  as
.,,.,,      ,     , well as  the going-away  outfit were all
delph blue frocks with matching, bands    madq by the bride.
on  their  wide,  white  picture hats,  and Mr.  and  Mrs.  Kelley   will  reside  at
carried bouquets of white daisies. 1746, West 11th Ave., Vancouver.
Mr. Jerry  Dyer was groonsman with Out of town guests included: Mr. and
'This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board
or by the Government of British Columbia
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and we immediately put this stock
on sale so shop our store often for
good buys and keep a sharp eye on
this spot for Advertised Specials—
A lot of stock we now have will not
be moving to our new premises
therefore watch for some reduced
prices on this merchandise and
take   advantage   of   the   savings.
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F-* ,* V V-**     ��  �����->-.�� ����������-*  a.</����**��-a,V   rV.t'lt..,   *��� *-*�����. ��-�����.. ���,,   !-��-^. a^ ��a-iF.a^ }. r * 4 �� .j, * <F *- . 4 *-*-,*   ��-k ^ t   i  ��  V  a t  ��  , �� . t -.-a- ,<.fr.,,F|F,,<.,.r..a.at'..l<I.. *V *'  \  Section B  Wednesday,, July 8, 1970  Pages 1-4  Ofiicially approved . . .  Gibsons Mural residents  form' Centemiial Committee  SOME Iwenty-eight residents attended a  meeting May '22nd and elected an executive committee to undertake operation of  the 1971 Celebrations for Gibsons Rural  Electoral Area "E". Boundaries of whlch-  are; North���Approximately in line with  old cemetary. South���Straights of Georgia. East���Park Road ahd south through  to Gospel Rock. West���Approx. line from  old cemetary to new cemetary and south  to end of Gower Point Road.  Committee is as follows: Chairman,  Mr. Don Andow, Pratt Road, 886-7184.  Vice Chairman^Mr.-R. Whitla, Gower Pt.  Road, 88S-2719. Secretary, Mrs. Joan Mah-  lman, Pratt Road, 886-2125. Treasurer,  Mrs. Lorna Alvaro, Pratt Road, 886-9803.  Committee Members, Mrs. Jean Moore,  Rosamund Road, 886-7470; Mrs. Joan  Whitla, Gower Pt. Road, 886-2719; Mr.  Chris Hummel, Rosamund Road, 886-7070.  Honours committee Mr. Bob Carruthers,  Sunshine Coast Hwy., 886-9354.  The duties of this committee are to  plan celebrations and projects for this  area, as well as to plan and carry out a  permanent project to celebrate British  Columbia's 100th anniversary Into Canadian Confederation on July 20, 1971,  which made her the sixth province of  Canada.  There are Pioneer Medallions for those  born in Canada, or resident of Canada  prior to January 1, 1897 and now residents of British Columbia; Centenarian  Medallions for B.C. residents who have  attained, or will attain their 100th birthday by or during 1971, and for every boy  and girl born in British Columbia during  Centennial '71. If you are eligible or know  of anyone eligible for the first two honours, would you please contact one of  our members so the application can be  filled out and sent to Victoria by November 1, 1970,  Some of the suggestions to be so carried during 1971 if possible are: Pioneer  Day for senior citizens whete the winners  of thc competition for our Centennial Sue  & Century Sam will be "crowned," Hay  Ride, Barn Dance and Box Social, Children's Sports Day, Beard Raising Competition, entry in Sea Cavalcade parade, sale  of crests by Junior groups, Quilting Bee  using crest or something native to this  area as a pattern for a quilt in cot size,  which will be presented to St. Mary's  Hospital Children's Ward, Salmon Barbeque, history of this area to be convpiled  and presented to the Museum. The permanent project is a park at Gower Point  where the cairn stands.  We are asking for new suggestions and  yours views on those listed above, and  volunteers to carry out same. Your ideas  and help will be most welcome as we  want to do thc best job possible for all  to make this a memorable and successful  Centennial 71.        ' ^'  We would like to invite other Centennial Chairmen to contact Mr. Don Andow to dicuss combined efforts for celc-r  brations and competitions.  Any correspondence should be addressed to: Mrs. Joan Mahlman, Gibsons  Rural Centennial '71 Committee, R.R.1,  Gibsons, B.C.  Remember ��� this is your party, so lets  us hear how you would like to celebrate  it!  Fumes overcome eight  aboard rented cruiser  EIGHT persons including three children  were badly shaken up on Thursday of  last week when they were overcome by  fumes aboard a rented 20 ft pleasure  craft.  The party believed to be from Prince  George, were travelling from Gambier  Island up coast when one by one, they  began to succumb to fumes. The skipper  spotted the wharf at Sechelt and made  for shore, one young lady became dizzy  and fell overboard but eventually recovered sufficiently to come ashore in  the dinghy and summoned help from  Mrs. Edna Hanson who was working in  the Home Oil office on the waterfront.  Mrs. Hanson says local people were  wonderful in their quick response and in  no time Dr. Burtnick was on the scene  and ail were taken to St. Mary's for  treatment. _  The vessel was moored to the buoy  off the Indian reserve until the occupants  had time to recuperate and left late  afternoon.  Two-wav street  ��clelt  Jewellers  ft ft ft  Watch &  Jewellry  Repairs  ft'ft   ft  Phono  885-2421  FOR Indian people on British Columbia's  northwest coast, the department of  Indian Affairs has become a new vehicle  for Indian autonomy. All the local departmental administrators are Indian.  The department provides services to  Indian people in four main areas: economic development, community, improvement, social services and education. More  and more Indian People are being hired  to work on these programs as part of  a departmental policy to involve Indian  people in the administration of their  own affairs.  In the department's North Coast District in B.C., all these programs are headed  up by local Indian people and 14 out  Of the 22 District staff are Indian. This  places it ahead of other district and  agencies in thc B.C.-Yukon region.  To those who know the area ��� which  includes the Kincolith, Port Simpson,  Metlakatla, Kitkatla, Hartley Bay, Mas-  set and Skidcgatc Indian villages ��� it  seems  a logical  development.  All thc Indian bands are administering  their own welfare and recreation and road  and water system maintenance programs.  Thc District Council (composed of  representatives from each Indian band)  work with local departmental staff to set  priorities for federal budget expenditures  & A ' Ss:  -MacGHEGOf-t PACIFIC REALTY  8.B6-7244,  ��PEN MOOSE itn DAVIS BAY  DAVIS BAY ROAD (SEE SIGNS)  Friday, July 10th - 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.  Saturday, July  11th - 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  Charm and icclmlon awaits you, comfortable throo bedroom homo, full basement,  fireplace*., good ilicd .wimmlna pool with' cabana. 2.75 acre* planted with 125  young fruit tree*. Tho property la bordered by Chapman Creek ond hoi a beautiful  vlow onto tha Strait of Georgia.  A Price of $35,000 asked on terms.  JACK WARN 686-2601  res.  PETER AELBERS 086-2991  res.  '���Si  ss  '^mjm^mmsmm^m  -~z  IWD1LDGH7 THEATRE, Gibsons  ��� a  /       ft��  l i* ^.%Ai  pnm�� ihhshihh  R&sair-Bnsa  ,w"' i I*'  11 WWWCfFaHJO^'^AM^WS****  mm^^^mmm^mt^gm^^m  m  mAmxmm-tmmmm  ^f *^j? ?^'^%^K^���^W^,^ *'  IN TIXHNICOI.OI". ��� STARRING PAUL NEWMAN ond JOANNE WOODWARD  THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JULY 9th, 10th ond tlth  B&ieasjffiK^^  "*SS  now ytm can SEE  anything you want  ALICE'S ���������������  RESTAURAUt"  ., ARID GUTHRIE.  C0t OR t k 1*U#j$ 41mteA M.-*tf*  fl *���*# *��� .,......*-.���  *   v * ���*��.;�������*-- a* *��' ** ,   f. znTf"  ***,  a.,    a, S.F.F,   aFF^FVafaa  *VaKl  <>    va   1 '^mm  -,..;ir,.iF,-i.,;iF.i.iia.-i.rV^,FaaFa.aF,i,..i����,,l  IN COLOR -~ SI AIMING ARLO (jUTHRIt  SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, JULY 12th, 13th, 14th and 13th  RESTRICTED  in the District. All the bands have active  education committees which work with  the department and with thelocal school  boards to help their children get the  kind of education they need.  Now their voice is being heard within the administrative framework of Indian  Affairs it-self.  Indian start in the District include:  Victor Robinson of the Hazelton Band,  who heads up the economic development  program; Oliver Adams, A Haida from  Masset on the Queen Charlotte Islands,  who is in charge of all construction projects; Harry Amos, former chief councillor at Kitimat Village and now responsible for the community affairs program, and Manitoba-born Don Smith,  District superintendent of Indian education.  Other District staff include Clifford  Bolton, chief councillor of the Kitsuma-  knlum Band near Terrace and in charge  of local government for Indian Bands  in the urea; Alvin Lca.sk, member of thc  Metlakatla Band near Prince Rupert, who  works as construction project supervisor  under Adams; Danny Matthews, a second-year political science student at thc  University of Bill ish Columbia who is  working for the summer as a student  counsellor,, and Larry Guno, member of  the Gillnkdamix Band on the Nans River.  Guno i.s responsible for providing training nnd employment opportunities for  Indian people in the area, and joined the  department himself under this program.  In addition, six Indian girls are employed as clerks nnd typists in the District orfleo: Olive Stewart (Kincolith Band  on the Na.ss River), Krina O'Brien (Port.  Simpson Band), Evelyn Williams (Skkle-  gato Band), Brenda Tolmie (Kitkatla  Band, Nass River). Virginia Azak, (Canyon City Band, Na.ss River), and Pansy  White (Mnssct Band),  The Indian staff ���- all appointed within the Insl four years ��� have brought a  wealth of experience to their new Job,*, in  the   department,  "This is why they were hired," Wally  Enston, District  Superintendent, said,  "They know the area, llu-y know the  people and their problem!., 'they know  their hitNiiiOf-'H,' and mofd of ���then. hIm.  know  lho  local  Indian   language*.,"  "It's a two-way street, We need this  kind of expertise, and U.... kind ol Involvement by Indian people In our pro.  grams to work effectively wllh Ihe Indian bands, And being wllh the department gives these pe.iple a very good  opportunity to put their knowledge to  work in a conereto wuy for lho Indian  people In Ihe area,"  Indian people on departmental ,,laff  In Ihe B.C.-Yukon region in n whole,  number 105 out of u total of IV?7.  Monster Catch  A veteran of the First World War,  Mr. Charlie Brookman is still fighting but now it is with monster 40  pound ling cod that are daring enough  to come within casting range of Davis  Bay wharf. "He's done it again,"  said Vic Franske as he rowed out  to gaff the big cod which had given  summer visitors an exciting time  watching the efforts of the veteran  fisherman who required assistance  from Barry Franske and his wheelbarrow to escort the catch home.  Catch was made at 9 p.m. Saturday  evening.  ton _����������� ^T viVf*l\*,  p^Ar' r;} The beer  '~'^     I that  smiles  withyoUo  naasswua*  auumtar  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the liquor Control  Board or by tho Government of British  ��UODDTjIIO)  OTMfiranc  OOO  0.44&*  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  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Smith; Kevin Star and Miles Wil-  Play off games commence in Van- Hams. Also in team are Jim Green;  couver July 11th. Playing on Satur-, Sven Poulsen and Roy Smith,  day, from left, back row: Dave Fro-  SUMMEH activities of thc Sunshine Coast Cruisemaster Hall for his excellent work  Rower   Squadron   include    organized j..' organizing'this event which was* so  cruises to specified locations so that mem- much enjoyeci by all who participated.  bcrs may practice thj boating skills earn-   ed during winter classroom sessions."  The first of tlrese for the current sea- a CUTWORMS  son was held on fJie weekend ot May 27 Had any troubles with cutworms  when th;. boats'.converged on a; predeter- lately? Well, you're not alone because  mined spot to begin two days of nautical they are probably the number one insect  events under the direction of Cruisemaster pest in North America. They're so con-  Gordon Hall.         . '-' fident that they'll tackle even the experts.  First activity wasa fishing derby with Take Dr. David Hardwiclc for example.  Don and Hazel���-Hidden taking prizes for Hes been studying  them for  25 years  the largest, smallest and most fish. Norm and ,s probably North America s foremost  Johnson  received  a  prize for  the' only ex����rt ��n some aspects of cutvyorm in-  salmon caught.   '     ���   \ vestigations. Yet they had the nerve to  ....,.,?   >',-"*,      ,              . devastate his wifes favorite pansies.  Highlight of the weekend was a ten    ���   mile cb-cumnavigationalrexercisein which���  six boat followed a course skillfully sot  out by the Cruisemaster.' Several hypothetical problems were met with and handled with varying degrees^ of. efficiency in  spite of very rough seas. All members  enthusiastically endorsed t'his opportunity -  to test their boat handing and navigational ability. '���  Other, activities included dinghy races?  held on Sunday afternoon With Cathy de  Kleer, Werner Richter and Sharon Hall  winning the ladies, mens and children's  mmm^smsm-^&X^m   events'respectively. A mars&mallowtoast  "" "^^fW^Tf^^Wm   and s'**>-Sson2 around a campfire as well  Hardy Island were enjoyed  time.  the   Squadron   members  delightful  sail aboard  Kleer's Black Phantom.  ins the rendez-voUs area.   _  a ii        j    .      r. ii. X*-!*ii."'i*SPl'g'V**,1"'1'1 "������ytKMliwi"siwwyi'wi;!!'/  gathered. to   Congratulate     S^;iIA.;ff:A;:^^  *t   j     -*#"������> A jf     * * *���  SbYA^W"^ WtW^Kl  A* ^'��W k*V   %���   ��� '**"' AiT*i. A" 7. W7"   . ���''MSakltat^^ W^'^  %  ii Eiechfic  ELECTKHCAL  COOTftACTOHS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone ��@5-2��$2  ���~-*i>s  ���==-��1  a&Ju&Jarni -  tljaaX   ^factor  Treatment Cosmetic Lines  Color match your new summer tan to the new  color fashions.  Our trained cosmeticians can advise you on  any cosmetic problems.  Make an appointment for a free demonstra-  .tion on the correct use of cosmetics and colors for  your organization or lodge meeting.  Compare our, lo-lo everyday prices on drugs,  drug sundries and souvenirs at our three locations,  and SAVE.  Bronco League team  weiner   roast    which   followed    on   the  beach.  Legion team was also celebrating first  1 place in the seven team Bronco League  ' which now picks an All Star team to play  1    in Vancouver.  With   David   Lamb  pitching   for  the  Legion and Bruce Redman pitching  for  ���    the Pops, the game was so full of action  j    that referee Dianne Harris sought refuge  >    behind the back-stop and one father came  apart at the seams.  Highlight of the picnic and a surprise  for thc young players was the'huge cake  . -i --i    iced in red, white and blue team colors  i    and proudly bearing the inscription "Sechelt Legion 1970". Team members showed  gafe their appreciation   by  presentind   man-  ... ..    o i .       ,. ..i-it.   i        t.    i       e ii ���., aEer Morgan Thompson and coaches Orv  Walter Safe y says, With   two  burley  fathers   on   either    Mocrip and Terry Kwasne with tokens  "Kneel or sit low in a     sule Stewie Craigen makes it to third    of thanks. *c  canoo. ll upset, hang   base in fun game which kept young    ON to tho canoo until     Bronco League players on the alert  holp arrivoa."  ��.. " .  ..  Home  John Bodnarek makes it to plate in  home run that was "hotly disputed  DOminiOIl Day mafCh watched closely by his dad Chuck  DOMINION Day-was celebrated in style Rodway and with that club in his  by  members  of the  Sechelt Legion hand, ref. Diane Harris decided that  Bronco League team who played Fathers discretion is the better part of valour  and Some Mothers in a challenging game and  declared  in  favour  of  dads  in  which gave them a good appetite for the Father Son game which helped cele-��  brate  Sechelt   Legion  topping   the  GIBSONS  886-2234  SECHELT  886-2238  SUNNYCREST PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY  886-2726  DEPENDABILITY - INTEGRITY  "PERSONAL SERVICE  "*5*?��&K  Bronco League.  .l��l')MW*ff"l^ya.-^  In 1950, the death rate per 100 thou-  KmJKmAm**-**  S!S,tom0Ut?lt thC HfathWV ?5 aJS�� -nd pSaS dSeto empyema* ^  gave them a tremendous appetite for 2,0. in 1007 the figure   stood   at m.o.  the weiner picnic which followed on Christmas   Seals    fight   respiratory   di-  ���hdy 1st. senses.  mwbwwsis^^  j^-^ps^^  N^wi^Wi^-   *.-������! .-.-������k-JV>     -a?**   ^A'^'^'^^  Mft&MSL '       'V  "***'  fA*A< -7f      ��;��**'..'-, *S    ���      \r/7'V'      rW^\  A%*A'  W*>A   I W\^/*/f- ���  %l '   h " 4- \."A*'       ���'S' f '��� **��� a ���-���  Longuo Champions  With seven teams   pln>1ng In, tl^e   'Morgnn Thompson and conch Orv Craig Rodway; Ricky Merritt. 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'     ,     ,- 7\'7" '<' ,   '   ir ���    '"��   ^^^ ;.,a,a..*,-av��^i.,va.   .. a V, '.^ .1 ,   v ,\        *, .,   ,    ���",   ���   >'*-   -    f -   * - '   ~ ���   *V J*****-*,  M-, ~ ,-1#A*AJj^mP{      , ���  ���' *-,sri1f,~1T%**k"feA-    AA^-^tt4 /sS,..     i/V'jLAfiM'��k,A  j.-   -4-, * > AA' A* 'AVAVftg  :'./mv* ;'-v/A^ -?* ;AA-;.;P  -C'-i ^*MdL~. ^���7i,.,...>  - ,..?.7    ..77z7't\ }r       *..j$,..}L>.*$-..  _    Salute'  Five hundred Scouts aged 11 to 14   aby Region's Jamboree, last Sunday. ' ed with Burnaby Scouts for one whole  years salute the Queen's representa-    Scouts from the United States; North    week of activities at Camp Byng Rob-  tivei m British Columbia, Hon. J. R.    West Territories; Qu^en Charlottes; ' erts Creek.  Nicholson during the opening of Burn-    Sunshine Coast and Powell River jbin-  500 Scouts attend . . .  Lieutenant G  Camp Byng S  FIVE hundred scouts gathered for official  opening by the Lieut. Governor of BC  Hon. J. It. Nicholson, of the first Burnaby  Jamboiee at Camp Byng, Robeits Creek  last Sunday June f��. Most of the scouts  were from British Columbia but others  came from Seattle and the North West  Terriloi ies.  Attending with the Lieut. Governor  was his Aide Mayor Young, and other  guests included Vancouver-Coast President Mr. Carl Johanson, Mayor R. Prittie  of Burnaby, Mayor Bill Swain of Sechelt. -  Mayor Wally Peterson of Gibsons, Area  Deputy Guide Commissioner Shirley Hill.  Provincial Scout Commissioner F. Fear-  man and Canon Alan Greene of Redrooffs, and local group chairman D. Hon-  eybunn and Ivan Smith.  Camp Chief Stan Fisher introduced the  guests and welcomed everyone to the jamboree. He said that the scouts present  ranged from eleven to fourteen years of  age and the Jamboree was staged especially for them, for it is possible they might  not get a chance to attend another. He  added that with the 'gathering'of so mjmy  scouts in such beautiful' .surroundings,  there is a great deal to be discovered and  he hoped the boys would discover as  much as possible during the week.  Mayor Swain extended greetings to  the Burnaby Region from the Village of  Sechelt and wished them a very happy  stay. '.���".*  - Mayor Peterson said, he was pleased  to welcome all the fine people present  and on behalf of the Village of Gibsons  invited them to avail themselves of the  facilities of the village which includes  museum,   an   excellent   shell   collection  overnor opens.  !c��Bt Jamboree  and many other things of interest, "afhese  are at your disposal and I hope they  help make your visit a happy one," he  added.  The Lieutenant Governor said he was  pleased to be present, not only as Lieut.  Governor but' as the Patron of Scouts  of B.C. Further, he was, more years ago  than he cares to remember, a scout himself. He said he was a scout in the first  fire or six years of scouting in the pom-  monwealth and during the first three  to four years of scouting in Canada. "In  those days we had rules and regulations  and I might tell, you I did not like them  any more than you do today. However,  they are necessary and to the benefit  of you all" he added.  Referring to the day when Lord Byng  journeyed to the camp to dedicate it to  the scouting movement, he said "in those  days it meant steamship to Gibsons and  then row-boat to Roberts Creek. Today  you have good road access and beautiful  cleared grounds."  Stating that it is always a pleasure  to participate in scouting activities such  as Jamborees, the Lieut. Governor told  the young scouts "Mayor Prittie has told  you that he remembers the days when  he used to come here by water and I can  tell you now that in later years you will  all look back and remember your stay  at Camp Byng.  A blessing on the Camp was given  by Canon Greene and was. followed with  the playing of. both Canadian and American National Anthems as the raising of  flags took place. These included the  Canadian and American flags, the British  Columbia flag and the scouts' 'own flag.  The Pettfnsulq Times Rage B-3  Wednesday, July 8, 1970 .  (1  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phono 685-2333    '  Ros. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 o.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT    ���  WM'-CTIM'-'WrtWHJW^  @lBSO^ ��SU!  Downtown Gibsons,  next to the Florists  We are tops in perms, colors,  cuts and styling"  WIGS (the latest)  (Dill McCulloch) .  886-2120  Paul St Pierre . . .  i  Coast Chilcotin MP debates  Lieutenant Governor of British Col- Coast for the opening of Burnaby Re- from the platform which held many  umbia, Hon. J. R. Nicholson, paying gion's First Scout Jamboree at Camp dignitaries including the Mayors of  his first official visit to the Sunshine    Byng,   addresses   some   500  Scouts    Burnaby, Gibsons and Sechelt.  OTTAWA ��� British subjects who have  held special voting privileges in Canada  should retain it for their lifetimes. House  of Commons was told recently by Paul  St. Pierre, M.P. Coast-Chilcotin.  The Liberal member was speaking in  the House on the .rtudy of a new elections  act. St. Pierre supported the all-party  committee's recommendation that all  British subjects eligible to vote in the  19G8 election retain their right to vote  without taking out Canadian citizenship,  although future immigrants from Commonwealth countries would be required to  become Canadians before voting.  "After 103 years, what does the extension of old rights for a few more  years matter?" said St. Pierre.  Numerous amendments were suggested  to the British subjects provisions of the  bill. Walter Dinsdale (Conservative  Brandon-Souris) wanted to retain the  special privileges for British subjects and  extend the same privileges for citizens  of France. French-speaking members opposed this and some applauded when St.  Pierre said history shows "exactly how  much love and interest France lavished  on her people here over the past three  hundred  years,"  He quoted Montreal Mayor Jean Dra-  peau's statement that "French colonial  governors scurried back to France leaving their children tied to the kitchen and  the barn."  The house finally adopted an amendment by Grant Deathman (Liberal. Vancouver-Quadra) which will oblige citizens  of Britain and other Commonwealth countries to obtain Canadian Citizenship during the next five years in order to retain  vote rights. (The provision has no application for British subjects resident in  Canada before 1947, all having been declared Canadian. citizens by the citizenship act of that year.)  tit.  JULY 8th TO JULY 14th  8    0423 am 10.1  W. 083Tim 11\4  0313 pm    5.0  1026 pm 14.8  11   0643 am    7.3  Sa. 12.il om 10.4  0513 pm    9.2  1153 pm 14.2  9    0513 am   9.3   12 0723 am   6.2  Th. 0936 am 10.8   Su.  0353 pm    6.3          0221 pm 11.0  1056 pm 14.6          0558 pm 10.6  10 0558 om    8.3  Fr.  1046 am 10.4  0423 pm    7.7  1116 pm 14.4  13   1211am 14.0  M. 0808 am    5.1  0351 pm 11.9  0723 pm 11.7  .         14  1241am 13.9        .  ���^��r      Tui 0858 am    4.1.    -d^-  M             0446 pm 12.8      A  0838 pm- 12.4                  |  SALE  Reg. 186.00  now 6nly ���..��� &\$)  c/v/ 16"  ���. Cor Top Boats  * Mercury Outboards  ��� Rototillers  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE  Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-9626  Preparing for the single file march to Jamboree  executive Cliff lMurnane  the assembly grounds at Camp Byng, and Canon Alan Greene who gave tho  Hon..I. R. Nicholson, Lieutenant Gov- Blessing prior Id the raising of the  ernor'of B.C. shares a joke with May- flags at the impressive Jamboree op-  or of Burnaby Bob Pritlie; Mayor of ening ceremony.  Sechelt Bill Swaln, Burnaby Region  Sechelt News Notes  VISITING Mr. and Mrs, D. R nnrclny of ���  Hoberti. Crock nre Ihoir diiughtcr Mrs,  K. C, Hnri'l.'i and four children, Nancy;  Hoss; Shieln nnd M��"f:nn, Grnnrtson Hnico  Harclny flew from Kllimht over the w.'.'l.-  .���nd  lo npend the ��,.minor here,  Mrf., Helen Grlmotta>f Wo.it Vancouver  Is n guest of lho "Rocky Henderson...  Visiting Mrs, C. II, Nixon won* nor son  and daughter-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Ar-  olilo Nix nil, From Winnipeg Mr.*.. A, .1,  Harris with Mrs, Mi-.innlf;an of Toronto  nl-o visited Mrs. Nixon before fjolnu on  to Victoria and Vancouver. Mr.s. Nixon'.*.  j;iiestK woro Impressed wllh the woncry  and weather,  MIhm Arleni' Johnson flow to Oltavva  last Sunday where nIio will bo work-  liil,   wllh lho Kconomlcs Division'bf  lho  Federal Department of Agriculture.  Mr, and Mrs, L, Hnltin wllh Mr. nnd  Mrs. John Hall In also Mr/ nnd, Mr.s. Mo-  Inhnn of Portlnnd were recent visitors,  al lho homo of Mr, nnd Mm. Normnn Burley. The Normnn Hurleys also enjoyed n  brief viMI by Mr, Burley*!. dnuKhtor Mrn.  Beverley Frnsor,  Mr, nnd Mrs. E, B. 11, Vim-coo nnd  ftrnndsnn Jnrdnn Sturdy of Vnncouvor  are Mpcndln**, tho m.mmor nt Ihelr Hoberti*.  ('reo|<   homo.  Barry Whaites, son of Mr, nnd Mm.  J.irlc Whnllcs, hns been awnrded a fellowship ��t tho University of North Carolina lo obtain bia Master of Education. Hurry and bin wife hnvo boon touch-  In*, emotionally disturbed youinj adults  and children in Chattanooga, TonncsBce.  ��====��� WELCOME SUMMER VISITORS  COHrlE IN AND SEE OUH LAftGE ASSOLTH  A SOUVENIRS AMD MOVELTIES  IENT OF  WE ALSO STOCK THREAD, ZIPPERS &  TRIMS OF ALL SORTS AND  BUTTERNICK  PATTERNS,  SUMMER BEACH SUPPLIES AND  PLATES,  GLASSES,   AND  SERVIETTES.  WE HAVE A NEW SHIPMENT  OF DRESS LENGTH, AND LESS  IN MILL ENDS ��� FORTRELS,  BLENDS, COTTONS, ETC.  Secholt, B.C.  Phono 805-9343  ' 1*   .  '���'li'l'-rAAi*  r *��"*���"���*���*���"���**^ V****      i*** *>*'%      j* *"��������*   a^r^-.-f*^****���-"**''*-^  'n)O/aV'??-V .--��� /^W-  "%, --, .y"S'i -yhi'-j^^A^iu^^     .*-; ���(-" --,. i ^^  r^^r     f    ��� ���       ��a^^>      .    ���   -^.    a, -^    -        aa.      .,�� T *' '4 '"^ Y  - ���* -^**^<&8*i��i<>im4J^U4Mkki^^ ^>��*4.***^4im,,M74^ii)Ji77te^rt4i4d  *      this week ifs the 'TOBGLH1T$ OF KHYTI^M"     *  Starts 9:3�� p.tit. and rocSis till 2:0�� n.im ��� t^crffrestiments scsrvet^ till. -1:00 a.m'.  ADMISSION $l.SO per person - $3.00 a couplo FHIOAYS ONLY  ik    A  FUBBAY and SAIUIIi^AY WIGHT  *  HIGHWAY 101, SECHELT, D.C.  . PHOUE 88&-2133  U\J  Vl����^.*w*��,,  JflU-fca"-   IllMteUTSaVA* TTtViV"-!  >-H   rfpttfr?*!^ *m&   ^^y��l*. M^^hnin'F.  wff^wyww^^^wiiiH  rt   aJ-J-m.tW*'-**���^** ���*.���*�� M  ���a.l'b.awtKMH  la-aifaaWl-W-^iw^i^th^i-IF^aij-^^tj^^^ 1    1||||J ���        -       ,  v1 <  ^A,    ^J* ^.Ytk it   a   |*S       4$-"^**       ���**��� -t      "**    L.  ��    J.     *  I   r  A I '7 �����>,l  *-',>f*>'  WWB��nt|��^��a<<|yiiftT�� t    ���.���� m*~~    ��< fa**! ����� *���!���  -"J   ���  ....    r  -��    *     ���'  l |���-Faa��*,a^ A  ��� A /  j '.  P   .  ,<Za  k *^  F   .  /  Poge B-4  Thc Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 8, 1970  Winners named . . .  '**2%J$  -.-��-.>���*  ���aiL. ....   ���, '     vr*   i    ,���.M.ian  Salmon Steak-Out  July 1st holiday was a" hot one for debt incurred by Children to Chil-  salnioji barbeque chefs Bob Rutter dren's Czechoslovakian   Choir tour,  and Frank Daugherty busy grilling Many people   enjoyed   the outdoor  fat salmon steaks donated by crew feast on Gibsons wharf,  of the Cheechako to help offset the  ���V* V**#? >,%7^%��K7 c  *V*��w AAA A'* 4.".'       j.*'  '-���   v ^^s^'-r ti * l477J^��t\^t2<>~^    - ^  Students entertain  Branch 38 OAPO  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  GALLON  ���bd dl�� Woto=  l@iC@��1^0N��S LTD*  i*  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert- Road, Gibsons  Phone 8136-7112  ix CARPETS      ^ TILES      ���& LINOLEUMS  WE FEATURE A LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPES  Members of Gibsons OAPO Branch 38  thoroughly enjoyed their closing meeting  of the year when Ihey were entertained  by nine talented young students who sang,  played piano and accordian and performed skits.  Mrs. Joan Mahlman arranged the hour  of entertainment which brought requests  for an encore from the delighted audience.  The Giggle Gang, all grade four students, namely Cindy Beaudry; Carol  Daughtery; Christine- Irvine; Melanie  Mahlman and Michelle Philips sang and  performed skits. Yvonne Inglis mimed  "Auntie Monica" while the Giggle Gang  saii-g the song which is popular with  Brownies. Accordianists were Cindy  Kuru.cz and Maria Schneider. Announcer  ���pianists were Kerry Mahlman and Cindy Kurucz.  Youngster getting in thc last word in  an argument: "You polyunsaturated  fathead!"  ON thc last afternoon of the school year,  intermediate grade pupils attended the  prize-awards assembly. The book prize  presented by the Ladies Auxiliary, Branch  109 of* the Royal Canadian Legiori, went  to Jim Flick who is on his way*to Elphinstone Secondary. Mrs. L. W. Bragg  and Mrs. D. Rose, president and vice-president of the Auxiliary, congratulated Jim  when they handed him his prize books and  a parchment scroll. Jim's name will be  added to. the shield.  Although Purple House led the other  three in the Intermediate Sports Day, their  lead Wcis lost when the points were totalled at the end of the Primary Sports Day..  Winner of the trophy for the school year  is Green House, Kerry Mahlman arid K.  Bjornson. captains.  Individual champions in intermediate  sports are Craig Norris arid Card-Ann  ParrelL Runners-up were Ted Meldrum  and Randy Smith for the boys and Lori Lee  EdgTcri and Lily Mandelkau for the girls.  Primary champions will receive their a-  wards at the first assembly in the new  school term.  Ep.t?rtaining the pupils in a highly applauded performance of folk and currently  popular songs was a group of singers and  guitarists. These young people���Douglas  Oram, Colleen Fuller, Albin Gpkool, Phyllis Crowston, and Barbara Williams ���  have recently formed their group. Gibsons  Elementary thanks them very much for  giving their time and talent to benefit the  school.  Money-raising projects although few  in number certainly raised more funds  than in any one year in the past. Penny  drives in a couple of classes, a tremendous  hot dog sale undertaken by Mrs. MacKenzie and the pupils of 7th year, and a new  project, the school Carnival, have made it"  possible for the school to send $93 to the  Peruvian Quake Fund through the Royal  Bank. Gibsons, and S55.60 to the Junior  Red Cross for use in B.C., and $55 to assist  the building of the classroom in Gibsons  for the Retarded Childrens classroom  fund.  The Carnival featured .hot dog and pop  stands and a puppet show as well as  eight try-your-luck stands which the  children planned and in most cases built  themselves. Besides the very popular fish  pond the greatest fun was had at the  Stand where Mr. McKee and his boys  were targets for waterpistol marksmen  shooting orange paint. Pupils said Mr. McKee looked like someone' from Mars by  the end of the afternoon. Rivalling the  dunking machine of the Lions Club was  the special event that required a rider in  a wheelbarrow to run a wobbly lance  through a small aperture in a target. Missing the aperture meant a dousing from  an upturned bucket of cold water. The  principal Mr.'-G. Cooper..was., the first to  demonstrate how to do it. Actually he  showed "how not to do it ending up with  the first bucket of water on his head, Now  that this project has proven itself profitable in many ways, classes can begin  early n?xt fall planning their bingo,* cake-  walks, guessing games_and others.  The raffle prize of a doll was won by  -Danny Barber. 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