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Array .    v.  V  \  \  '.w7  1*  x  BysDoug Wheeler (Publisher) .  -Sw  INSULA  -PENDER. Harbour Chamber of Commerce, the Pender Ratepayers organisation and Regional Board have all been  actively pursuing the need for a resident  doctor and clinic in that area for the past  few years. Health Minister Ralph Loffmark has recently given assurance that  such facilities will be established. He has  made a number of visitsxto the area together with Hon. Isabel Dawson and is  presently negotiating with a well quali-  fied doctor who has indicated interest in  locating at Pender Harbour.  '  At a meeting last November at Pender  Harbour, attended by about 300 ratepayers and interested residents, it was  agreed the major concern was that of  ' obtaining a doctor prepared to locate in  the district. Mr. Loffmark, however, advised that facilities would also be re- -  ���quired with suitable quarters. Ho promis���  ed, at last time, to move heaven and  earth to find a' doctor and help establish  a clinic.  Since that time there has been little  further progress until recently when reports of discussions with the Doctor, Mr.  Loffmark, Isabel Dawson and local ratepayers, reached the Times news desk.  A few weeks ago we interviewed Mr.  Loffmark while he was on an unofficial  visit to the area. He had, during his short  stay, taken the trouble to inspect the  old clinic, also a site that had been offered the Doctor on a development project, and drove around the Madeira Park  area.  The Minister told us that he would be  meeting Doctor Malcolm Brand later in  the week., to negotiate financial agreement. He indicated that the site he had  seen appeared satisfactory, but strongly  emphasised the fact that he would have  no influence in decision as to ultimate  location. This, he said would be entirely  up to the doctor who would be free to  select and negotiate the best proposal.  Object of any reasonable newspaper  is   to  present  news  as   a  public   service  and, .this,; thus. far, has. .been, our   only  participation in this matter. Unfortunately, it would seem, certain individuals,, appear to have taken exception to the fact  that we have provided information they  did not have!  From a conversation we had last weekend with a Vancouver Sun reporter it  was clear that two or three members of  the Ratepayers Association, had sought his  support in order to make some kind of  big issue of the latest developments as  publicised in the Times. It was, we were  told, suggested that we were flaying  footsie with a Pender Harbour developer.  Misquotes had been given from our reports and, in general terms, the situation  was presented as a gigantic crime.  The Times is not interested in joining .  in childish back-woods parochialism and  as one concerned Pender resident tells us  'Imucli of this stupid, back-biting by '  groups and individuals seeking credit or  paddling their own canoes and the Minister is likely to abandon, the whole.  proJecT'." ���  Another long time resident drew our  attention to the liquor store which was  brought about by a few -newcomers to  the area after, years of negotiation by  other organisations.  "Most  people  in  the  ���see page A-3  Serving the^Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sounid^to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon/xHopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira P.ark, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, ��Earl Cove, Egmont  largest Circulation of any paper on the southern sunshine coast.  2nd; Class Mall  Registration No. 1142  Union   ��ap*r   Label  \This Issue 14 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9, No. 35 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1972  toasrChilcoiin Ml3;  to visit China Fair  OTTAWA���Paul St. Pierre, MP, will'vis-  ", it   China   in   August.  The Coast Chilcotin member, who is  Parliamentary ' Secretary to External Affairs Minister Sharp, wilL be one of the  official party visiting Peking prior to the  opening  of the  big  Canadian  trade fair.  The invitation to External Affairs  Minister Sharp was extended by the  Chinese foreign ministry- Approximate  dates for the visit are August 11 to August 24. The itinerary is not yet known.  The Canadians will probably travel by  Canadian  Armed  Forces  plane.  About 500 Canadian businessmen, representing about 200 firms, will participate  in the Canadian trade fair at Peking,  which is expected tq be the largest 'solo'  fail- sponsored by any foreign country  since the form-ation of the Chinese Peoples'  Republic.  Molesting charge . . .  Partying visitor fined  bit female on the neck  "Trail  Islfe"  Built and designed by Mr. Norman    voted  effort,   superb  craftsmanship  Franklin of -West Sech^^^^  schooner-rigged Trail Isle waits for  the tide to free her from her launching cradle. The romantic-looking vessel is the culmination of ten years de-  is the realisation of a dream and will  ply local waters before setting course  for far horizons.  BOISTEROUS activities of a guest at a  local resort led to his appearance before Judge Charles Mittelsead last Friday, July 21 in jkechelt. He was charged  with being drunk and molesting other  persons.  Ziefried Ullrich of Langley was charged following a short stay at the resort  during which he inspired a party, became boisterous, bit a female on the  neck, twice entered the ladies washroprns.  Joe was dropped at the request of Mr.  John Petula who told the court he had  given the matter further consideraion  and decided not to proceed with his complaint.  Judge Mittelseadt advised him that as  Mr. Joe had arranged for a court reporter to be present it would now be Petula's  responsibility to pay the reporters fees,  about $30. Mr. Petula agreed to pay up.  Mr. Joe, asked for comiment, told the  "arid broke'a partition ot tne ladies \yjTsh- Jl Judge .he had nonobjection to the^charge  room. He was summoned by police t'ol-    lije'in"! "dropped.  Schooner-rigged vessel . . .  Successful launching  caps ten years labour  guest preacher  Rev. W. Erickson, visiting from Saskatchewan will be guest preacher at  Sechelt Bethel Baptist Church and Gibsons Calvary Baptist Church. He will  preach at 11:15 a.m. in Sechelt and at  9:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. at Gibsons.  DIPLOMA COURSE  Eighty-seven B.C. real estate people  have successfully completed a three-year  Diploma. .Course in Real, Estate and Appraisal offered by the UBC Faculty of  Commerce. Successful on the local level  was Ddn'Haddeirbf Sechelt*' Agericies.  APPOINTMENT  During absence of Clerk Ted- Rayner,  ..presently hospitalized, dVIrs, Phyllis Boyd  was appointed Deputy Clerk Treasurer to  Corporation of Village of Socholt at last  regular meeting. Mrs. Boyd has assisted  ��^j\lr,��'-Rayner'"for,the*past"few*years."*w'"���*  DATE SOUGHT  '"���'"' Council1 of G'bfjons "has "written tho  Department of Highways seeking a date  whon relocation of Highway 101 will  commence. It. is understood the "Department has no Intention of infringing upon  the Village water sheds*   . ,    ,  lowing a complaint that he had left without paying his bill amounting to more  than $200. Included was the cost of damages to the washroom. The bill was later  paid in full.  Ullrich admitted he had been drinking during the day and at the party but  did not consider himself to have been  drunk. He" said a female had kissed him  and he responded by giving her what he  termed "a love kiss" on the neck. "I was  not drunk but was feeling good," he added. "      '      "    "-��������� ���  Ullrich also admitted bumping against  the .partition Twhich broke but; he ��� did not  recall entering the ladies washroom, however, he said that if it is claimed he. did  ��� then possibly it was so.     -- ���������  .    Constable Fred Simpkins told tho  court that according to a witness, Ullrich  had twice been,in the ladles room, by  his own admission he was ''feeling good",  "s:ori'"f d" iT^^tlii^n^roro"* l"r**^d"*~no"-*'cl "5ui5t^"*,som��^1  thing did go on,"  * * Judge 'Mittelsteadt told 'Ullrich 'it was  clear tp him ho was guilty of the oi'i'oncos.  Ho fined him'$50,  CHARGE DROPPED  .Charge of assault against Mr, Ciar.qnce  FIREARMS   OFFENCE  Appearing at an earlier court in Sechelt, Floyd Byles of Powell River entered a guilty plea to a charge of dangerous  use of a firearm. Charge arose following  a complaint that two individuals were  drinking on lhe ferry to Earls Cove. One  man took a rifle from his vehicle and  fired a number of shots from the vessel.  RCMP checked on the vehicle licence  plate number, taken by a passenger, and  subsequently tracked down Byles and the  gun. He was.lined $100 and sentenced to  one, day.,in jail. . ,  IMPAIRED  ,.,..,. Investigating complaints regarding, the  activities of a driver, police officers subsequently located Bradley Milton of Solma Park walking around his car which  was in a ditch, He was later charged with  driving-with-above'-iOtl-per-cent-alcohoWn  his blood,  .^Comp'l'aints arose after Milton, was tali  loged to havo forced another vehicle off  the road near Sandy Hook. Brcathall'/.or  showed a reading of .14.  IVftHpn entered a "gidlty" plea and  was fined,$300.  "TRAIL ISLE" was launched quietly and  without fanfare on Thursday, July 20,  watched with great admiration , by West  Sechelt residents.  .  _7^. jltesigned: and .built entirely.- by. Mr_.;.  Norman' Franklin of West Sechelt, the  schooner rigged vessel^ forty-two feet  on deck, has taken ten years to complete.  Mr. Franklin who is a builder and carpenter, worked on the vessel in his spare  time and in the early days of construction there could not have been very much  spare time for he devoted much of it to  serve as a memlber. of St. Mary's Hospital  Board  of Trustees:  Word got around some years ago that  Mr. Franklin was building- a big boat ih  the double garage of his Waterfront home  and although' its construction would have  made interesting reading, friends and  neighbours respected his wish for,no pub.-,,,,  lici'tyl '  Excitement ran high last week when  Mr.-Andy Hanson's "equipment was called  in to clear tho boach for the launching  and, true to her promise, Mrs, Franklin  invited the Times to share in the joy of  watching tho gleaming white vessel float  her maiden voyage to Lasqueti Island  with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin and Jimmy  realizing  a  dream  of  ten years.  Airport Committee  seeks Federal grant  WHETHER   a   federal   grant 4 for   airport  improvement will be forthcoming for  the municipal airport at Wilson Creek,  we do not know, but substantial grants  are being hapded out to small communities, throughout the province for such use.  It is understood the airport committee  representing both village councils has  raade application, or intends doing so.;  Latest grant gqes to Golden B.C. for  extending and paving existing runway,  and is for the sum of" $63,000. Last year  a grant of $50,000 was also given Gulden  for initial development of the facility.  Locally it is hoped to obtain assistance  to pave the existing runway and possibly  put in hydro power. D.O.T. officials have  indicated they would like to see the airstrip retained due to its fog-free location.  Two local teachers  assist new campaign  MOVES by the provincial government to  curb spiraling costs of education has  aroused hostility among some members  of the B.C. teaching organisation. Plan  by the Teachers' Federation to create a  "Topple the Government" fund by means  of taking a day's pay from each member  ,of the Federation was stymied by means  of an injunction following protests by  teachers who disapproved of such arbitrary  actions. \,      ���  Over $800,000 are claimed to have,  been raised before the scheme was halted  and that money is temporarily frozen.  Undetered, however, the teachers involved have now formed what, is named a  "Political Action Group" and teachers  have now been asked to donate voluntarily another days pay, more or less, toT  ward the cause of removal from office of  the Social Credit Government.  Report released last week by this  group lists the names of 100 teachers  throughout the province who have already contributed to the campaign.  i On the Sunshine Coast, School District 46, two names only were included;  Mr. Frank Fuller and Mrs. Virginia  Douglas. Both Elphinstone High School  teachers.  Idea is to put funds raised toward  promoting the political candidate in each  riding who has the best chance of defeating the Social Credit candidate. This,  in most cases, is NDP.  Ideas outdated  Village alderman told  "you are  I in past  w  SECHELT Village alderman Bernel. Gordon Was last week told during regular  council that he is living in the pas* and  Is unaware of the present and future  trend regarding  shopping facilities.  Some argument broke out during discussion on a proposed lane at the rear of  business .properties on Cowrie Street  from the old Shop Easy building to the  Village Cafe, All property owners involved long ago agreed to give up ten feet  the .proposed, deal should be at the expense of the property owners involved,  not the taxpayers. Both aldermen Watson, and Gordon disagreed and Aid. Gordon added that he himself plans on building once a lane is in. Further, it will  help provide backyard parking thus cashing the main, street, congestion.  Aid. Osborne' replied "your trouble is  you are living in the past, back lanes and  parking are a thing of the past"'. Hecon-  problem  but a small.house blocks entry from lnlot and, it was  indicated,  a high price  'fi,orn"itcr"Rhorlng,'and 'talc  lhe waters off Trail Isle after which she Ald; Watson said ho has hold dlseus-  , was, christened, ���,.,,,,,.,..������. ....   .,������... ���sion with, owners ofthe vacant land-at  of the property for the lane. There is no    tinued to explain that the modern trend  i with access from Trail Avenue    is  toward  shopping  centres  which  pro-  Aboard wltli his father was fourteen  year old Jimmy Franklin who has watched and helped with lho construction of  lho vessel which may bo his homo for  Nomo years, Qn Friday Trail Isle left for,  vide  large scale  parking.  "Pooplo  seem  to prefer such centres and from what' I  ,ae&,i_t,f^l^4he*...c|tlyW..,0|u.s.mj,.||..^ncl^kluni<,   stores along a street aro numbered," ho  said, ,.,....���,....,i..���.���,��� ������,.,. ��� .,,., ���,,...,.,���.  Aid. Watson argued that Itobson  Streot ln Vancouver is annple proof thai,  such an assumption is incorrect. Ho added that a  lane would  increase assess-  Senior Citizens act .  the rear of tho business premlsos and it  ls possible ono lot could bo purchascM  by the Village in order to bypass tho  house', . *��  Aid, Ted Osborne said he, considered    monts   Ujus   property  owners  would  be   __. , ,������____ _    paying. .  ���    "���'���' "' '       ���'���' ������"���     > ' ���"���- ��� Tho mattoi* was loft ln oboyuneo pend  ing further study,  pOATVRAMP , ,  ' Commenting on completion' of llio  puvod,, boat ramp al Porpolau Bay, Aid,  Osborne said ho is a little conooniod at  failure, thus far, by lho, paylnH contractor  to fill In tho adjacent bargo rnnip urea to  lho height of the.boat ramp. Ho admitted  liUANCJl ,01), .Socholt, .Senior CitlzanHlH��Htj70jH'lnB basis, Jf, Uno,, rpgionul feoard, as:.,, tha].,^  aiimttJnnce service  sought for regional area  taken up lho dlro need 'for f rob'" am  biilanco sorvlco    in  unorganised    torrl  In Socholt antl motuTolhor municipalities,  ... Recent.,'..Intpro'st 1 n, llio ,:,'slluaUorcby  Health MlniHtoi" Ralph '"Loffmark, pub-  llHltoflliv llio Times, led lo1 tho renoweflj  Interest* by ,<����� the -local ���.. branch,��. -An om-  omonuy resolution hud boon presented  by Brunch (II) ul (hu Senior CIUkoiih animal, convention in .Juno l("7l, polntlnu  lo lhoinctjhul munlolpulltlot' aoX\i\ pro-  vlnolul Hi'unt toward im.lnilnncQ service,  Whllo thin irtof bonol'll. to thoHO vpHldlnK  within tho municipality, thorn. ouIhIcIo mi'o  miucKiopiublo foe tho froo Horvltio, Th��  provincial "govtfi'i'iii'ml' \v,un    therefore  HoulatoH itself 'wltli"uii "ambulance' sorvluis,  "lu this area whoro tho hospital is  contn>UzedJn..tha.,nuuuolpallty*oLSuclvelt,.M  lndlvlduultt in other purls of tho Sun-  nlilnu. Coast;.particularly, the,, senior citizens, huvo found tho ambulance cost lo  bo a heavy financial strain.   ���    ��� ���  "TrutiUnH" thai vdU'cctorVof-the 13unwl-  wlll  Klvo  this  mutter ovory consldera-  lion",  Until now lho Board has shown rol-  'itctu'iico to'gotiiilb Iho'fuiicthm ofuin-  hijluncoTHorviea und ut lunt regular mooting director IfruiikWostj during; dlsouH��  Hlon on lho situation.' coiuhiQii'Lud that  tho Bourd doon not huvo thin'function,  However Mayor lion Luiu*. oxproimocl tho  L  IwlllluiMHllo Imjliilulo (or I'riu) umlnilunco vlow thut iiomothliiK nhoulcl' ho Mono uml  ilcrvlco Im inioraiinlmrtrjrrlUVrlw Ihrotigh; Unit th�� ll'iiu'd I'huiild, look"fulo, 1L(  kraut1,,-. In l'OHiouul buuri'ii ur mm other .air. Lofl'mjirK liidluutod, In Din loiter,  form of prbvluoliil flmihoiiil, orftuiil^il'o,n7 Uml '"dlwiwhoroV fi��ivthinliirly ih I),C��� ��Jc-  "������������ DruwhiH attention lo Mr, Xol'fiiiiirk'ii porituico Juts  shown, that.mich, sorvicoa  nnwrirjoimte^  lo* iho,- J|.6|tioi|al Hoard'\V)liru copy to municipal!!Ion    or, regional    uulhorltloN,  HucholtlVinaHo7Coiiiiall7HtuUnii; "' "'"              "          ��� ������   ;   " 7," ', ..... RMby La|C0 .,.  l'lvoi'vcmo on llio HhiihIiIiio iUnwl wan   which wnnmul lho luko, waiurJ", Al  ���In tho ��wlm'* lust wook, tnkiiiR ��'l- ��� ltiihy��� U4ko,��� holiday niukorH U'kiwul-  vantage* of; tho iiigh tomperaturca   vantage of <tho dlyina-l^otti'd tocUlUoa   Pondor,Utu-botuv*  orJuHt luuiK In lho imn whllo ynjoy-  Ihu- tho bounty of tho lovoly luko ut  "Wo I'uoJ Unit (ho proiuint ponltlou  In Inoqullubhv Iit (hut IndlvlduulH ilvhiM  liCu^munlulp  receive froo ambulance norvlco, Whereas  Individual who rosldu h) lho unorHan-  toud lorrllorlos, paylnn taxes directly to  the  provincial  itovorninoiit, do  nol. ro-  'iolvo UiIh iHii'vk'o,   ' "Wo tool Ihul a iilmilur iininl iiliould  bo mucin by lho prnvlnolul isovorinuent  (n tho rnfilniiiil ilinlrliM. Iiomi'iIm for (ho  ono of ilH-fuv indlvldualh and that' ��� it  Hhuuld not bv 'o��'U ".UjcuI (duvvtcutt1' lust  :.:siu'dlo'it'.'lhiiv.o':ir,QVoi(lo'd;��ihui"J,lt';':,wouid7l)o  hnpractioul at thin tlmo lo havo thu  novvlco us ������an Innurod benefit ������undor* tho  :li;C^loHplUU,dlnaurni��coi;aocylciS'Zhoatv,  silporYisbry   capacity   for   the   Chamber  which was sponsor of tho project, How-  ,h��Y7 Ai^.'L^W  loll without fllllng-ln as arranged.  It, was Hlatod-rtliut-tho-Cluimbur-ol'-  Commerco is awaro of lho situation anil  will inoltQ payment only whon llio "oiUlm  Job is completed,  Ad-Briefs���  point  the way  lo action!  Jn_lodaY-sJCIasilUod:  *44^*>n��4^*mrmJ*rfn4niiusinniiv^nnnr\nnrtn^*t^^KnmiivinnnKn^  ONl'J  Hoivr iyp-,�� w'^h'-i'i  aimoM   _v)\_'t  Sanyo in'uU., 9till), AIho'I'uII sot'pliini-''  blng i'ixturoH, ot'lcrsV  ' rtlt t  log ln mind Ihu l'acl that cost sharing  wlUrtluTrodpfal^ovomnVonTlii" not'''now  "availablo. ���  , Council of Hmiholt lust, wook moved  nthnl tho Honl'ir oltlzonii bo tiupi^orlod, lu  thnlr nlloinp! lu got I'riio norvlco Ihniugh-  uiil t|io dlhtrlct, Tho lotl(>r lu the Hoard  < In oNpootod |o coiuo up I'or dlimtmnion, at( .    ,  this   week's - inuuilii({  of . (lio   it^ponal    005-96S4 Sccliclt, 686-2121 Glb��om,  iiourd, MBiMuiMriiiiiwd^MMipf^p '' !  * Tlmaa Classlfloda taach a.at 2,500 homui  t {10(000"rfiodor8)1'*^"���' -������~"i"m""-*-��*- ������  * Tlmos Classlfloda go INTO tho homoi , ,,  not on lawns," Mfoou or Ih culverts,  * Tlmos CloiiMllaJn nro luw-cost, lilgh-puigncy  .,, tolas,I011I1.&.  , ���   ,,  ���'; Phono, lino.* opap Sunday; <;lnsslflod  Hrt*��*rtM W    \  \  PagR  \\  is*-  \  '    , ' N \ *       x  A'2V   4      Th<   Penirtsula Times ^Wednesday, Jdly 26, 1972  \  \>  ^itMBIml.'Om.v***. *_%_**  WMftlMMIWWIW^WtlUltWIIinW^^  The Pmi^siihA^JJme^  \  "l may he wrong, but I shall rust be so wrong as to jail tr  Douglas G. Wiif-fxer, Publisher  say what 1 believe to he right."  ���John Atkins  7  wt(on<vwwifuiw��wifMwiwifywvw  Pensioners Have   Votes?  X SWEa."M\E FlrAlSHEO With  'm, PEX I'i-1 .NEVES C7> NEA"  "���ff'^K.A(iAIN/>-���-   EVENOL',1 KNOW  MEANT NCSTHINy  St V '   Mr.   Tnuli'iiii   unci   his   jrany   of  nir'ii \ .nuiki-i-.   h.i*..-   suddenly     seen  link' i-on-.id.-ration lo our  ... I li.il   i*i.)iip -ol'-pioi.ie��r-  \\in> p.ml lux.", all their  T>iii  uniil iinu  li'avt* been  In  .*>ui 'AM'll-p.iH.I   (t'prp-  liaw   bcianlit   a  hi   t.)>-i\e  a  n.K 'i   i 11 i.i-n  ���Mi.*  �� 'an.i.Ii.iiv  \   . >! I Ill"\ll\ -.-'\  I M 11    ll, il      .'l--.lt Ii*  *- ��� nt.iii-.es   m  |iiul\    h>   Ik*  S;iaiiL> when on. a.nsklers that  on1\ a sIumI I hue iiuo our arrogant leader aii.l Ins ardent lollouers could see no  possible way ol increasing pensions I'or  senior cir./ens. True they could find  couniless millions of dollars  for the  in^  ;o call an election months ago, hack-  oil'  in   order  lo  r.airi   a   little   image *<$  tirrie.   Undoubtedly ��� lie  cu  ed  buildmp  < Mlaua,  reckoned _\\ ith.'  when   one   considers  I hue liuo our !irro��ant  credible  fiasco.  increase  "Opportunities for Youth"  i'iicy were also well able to  their own salaries by 5(1''  wiih wonderful fringe benefits but���old  age pensions? indeed not���our finances  arc taken tip with large grajits to the  work-sin.   radicals   ancl   weirdos.  After suffering in silence for years  the senior citizens organized' themselves  and spelt mil lhe fact that they represent  some 13', oi the total voting force -across Canada, 1'orming under the name  "Action for Pensioners Now" some  (..U00 members joined in short time.  IU means of massive support by  lhe news media, the group made clear  the fact its mass of voles would go to  whichever political party would support ils request for a minimum monthly  pension  of   SI50.  Needless lo say. assurances were  soon given by both Conservatives and  NDP, but it should be pointed out that  both parties previously sought increases  in pensions.  When lhe charis.tflH^sc-el;ers of-w-u-th���  fill  votes discovered theSyUenl to which  then, doubilul popularity  had dwindled,  alarm  began lo filler through the ranks.  I'i.ire lllioii   I rudcau. who was expect-  finally  <cj|uc,.t'the lypc.ot w>ie*. lit- ha*; been  hiiyifu5 ai taxpayer-, fspense will not  Ki-i  turn ihrouijM anoilif-r i ainpaign.  Tliioii-'.hoiii ihe couniry disenchantment will.i litis piesenl regime has proved  both ��� obvious and ominous for ll*c Trudeau type Liberalism. He has proved too  liberal with taxpayers\dollars, too liberal  with wrong-doers and anarchists, and  far too liberal with the\French la'nguage  he choses tov force down everyone's  throat.  Being liberal with taxpayer's dollars  could be forgiven had it been for a  worthy cause but thus far the causes  have amounted to nothing more than  a sick joke. Evell the latest bid to soften  up pensioners, from information, in hand  so far. offers very little general benefit.  Instead of providing a straight forward increase to pensioners as* a whole,  grants will be made to groups of ten or  so wishing to undertake projects, ln  other words, those, still able lo work  must still contribute in order to qualify.  The whole project is till vague from the  limited information we have but, as  with the Opportunities I'or Y o ut h  scheme, wc would suggest it too stinks.  An election will be coming up before  too long and when it does we can only  hope, for the sake of all our futures,  that this gang will be slung out on its  buttocks.  We are perhaps fortunate that with  little fanfare but impressive sincerity the  Conservative party under non-charisma  -Ro_b_ert Stanfield has been making tremendous inroads across the country. It-  does, in fact, offer the only hope for a  return lo stability and .responsible government.  \  MlftMfflBfcyiMWra  Mfc^mgt^M!UirtlWt.M^^  1  <*1  i THE-LASS OF THE  .OR THE WEEK  SPOKE THAT, OR J  .THE ONI 'E'S y  GOT L1NE0 UF~> A  ,P��i"i NEXT WiEK/j :  COTTAGE Mm STORAGE'SHED  Offers far purchase and removal of the above are invited  before August 14th, 1972. Full particulars can be obtained   from   St.   Mary's   Hospital   Administration   Office.  . Jf__Mm_M_��_W_��_W_m'_W_)_____ma��mJBMr^^_._��_.__ _J_mmmmm_i.m^J^^i4_t  'W��M��M��flf/fWMfMWMS'MMMgjrS&  , ^^aMM^^^^^4m^4U^M_ii^^^aMMXUMmMaa^M^xammmmaaaa.  \\  i  i  I  I  I  i;  Is  I  7Tr^r,;!^,f'~J~T*n"*'","'**rT"w"^'",'wr"T"r'-Tn 5  Letters to the Editor aro the opinions of readt'rs,  and  not  necessarily  those of The  Times.   A  noni-de-pliiine muv  be iiseft for publication,  but all originals must be signed by the  writer.  pCrly,   income,   liberty,   privacy   or   sav-  Appxeciation  Editor,   The   Times.  Sir: I would like to thank you on  behalf of the Sea Cavalcade Committee  I'or the coverage you have given the  Cavalcade over the past months.  A special  I hank  you  to  your advert i  sers who sponsored the lull page advert  isemenl   on   our   behalf.   Your   staff   has  been   most   helpful.  (Mrs)   JO  ANN   ROTTLUFF  ings.  Thou   shalt   not   befoul   the   hallowed  halls   of   government   with abusive lan--  guage. Thou shall nol caler to the vocal  minority whose "demands" infringe  upon   tin-  "rights" of  others.  In upholding the "common good" thou  shall help eliminate the "common bad".  For I am the voter through whom ye  hold thy office. Abuse that trust at thy  own risk.-  * LA^D USE!  ca  could prove bemefkaa!  Co-ordihatoi'  Help sought  Editor, The  Times,  Sir: May we make an appeal to your  readers  for some  missing documents?  The   Historical    Branch    of   the   City  Edmonton   Paiks  and   Hecreation   De-  PATRICIA YOUNG  If you want something different in  Costume Jewelry, see the varied selection at  Miss Bee's, Wharf Road,  Seehelt.  JMM��MMtMMMUfiIfMfM��Ugtt��ff��ft_  here  Aire   TIae Protestors?  ni'Plll Y- l-uluv'r Rudolf  parlicipalcd   in- world  Mess probably  war two lo a  lesser clcgrcc than any of lhe Ny/i wai;  criminals.. Alter only Iwo years of hostilities' tins slighlly cra/.cil henchman  of  an   Austrian   madman   took   it   upon  himself lo fly a   Mcsscrschmitl  from  (icrmany   and   para-chute   onto   British  soil with the object of establishing peace-  between   the   two   powers.  For this one notable but futile contribution Rudolf Hess has been imprisoned ever since. Fort thirty-one  years since ihal 10th day of May 1941  he., has grown old and somewhat mad  the sole prisoner of Spandau, Berlin,  al leaded  by  a  (iovernor,  twenty  or so  The Peninsula^^^  Piil.linlu.il Weilnc-dn'ys ut Sechelt  on H.C.'s Sunshine Const  l'ouvll River News Town diet  Seelii-ll  Box .1II) -  limes I Id,  SakeII, H.O.  S|ibsfi-ipiii)n Rules: (in advance)  ���"'"'"I.'hei'ii. $6'pi.'r'Voui;.''Ik,'yoiul "_5 'miles, $7."""  U.S.A., $��>. Ovci-kchs. $10.  Serving the area from fort Mellon to'Egmont  (Howe. Sound to Jervis inlet)  Q"r.t> t   M*\ r^f  IV   ��&*1  Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  It's hap Your   ,f.ft!rfiS  '"ti.ii..  r WELCH'S,.  CHOCOLATES  soldiers, five warders, doctors and several cooks. Cost of this absurd mockery  of a civilized society is .$25(),()()(> per  year and is borne by Britain, ITSA,  France and Russia.  The western powers have long indicated a desire to free this wretched,  ailing old man but, sufficient be it to  say, the Bolsheviks insist on confining  him to his living tomb until death alone  removes his shackles.  Last week Hess reached the age of  7l>. It would be foolish to say he celebrated his birthday for how could anyone celebrate anything under such  heinous circumstances? None of us who  spent years lighting that or any other  war have any good reason to feel particularly forgiving toward lhe perpetra-  lors of lhe Nazi war against humanity.  Neil her, however, would any. responsible person gain satisfaction 'from keeping in prison an old dying man who  played such a small and insignilHa.nl  plirl in Ihe war, Many more active  pailicipanls were released many years  ago.  -"���'���..���-!v''':i"l< ing--"inlo.-r'"ConsiUcratioii ���- b.is--�� age,  physical' and mental condition, Rudolf  Hess could probably care less where  the final net'of this sordid and inhuman  torture ends, What does matter is the  fact that a so-called civilized society is  capable of perpetuating such an alio-  ,^.ciiyJ,ur���sticli.tj���i>qiip^L.()j7iiHie.l__^;m_B_  I'i'om' lhe "Russians we can expect  little else but it is extremely gutless for  the western powers to excuse themselves  with lhe feeble excuse Unit one barbaric country seeks revenge to the death  some thirty years  later,    , ,    .  I lad this' man been an ucttve par-  lieintini in Nazi atlroeilies then' he should  ii    _      i   ��� i .    .. ;    i      ,    ii.      ,���._. ..    ��� 'i>   i.i .  he lime of his  e disposed of at  00%���Waterproof�����  Watches by 7?9A��#  (11 Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  ave been executed al  arrest, Such people we  the i!iiU^i)l7,thc.^.war..-,Othci',s^wvro^..l.ni"  ITi'lsoucd'I'oi^ various terms 'NiKf ultimately released, AH. had1 considerably  more lo answer I'or than Mess, '������  There, can be no excuse, whatsoever for keeping one tlgod infirm per*  son cagod up as the lone oceupanl of  a prison ��� tlwsigned to aeeommadte SOU  ol'lcndcrs, Apart from the incici,llble  ���cost, no intelligent purpose is served,  imrjmraiwi��^  by  llio  Kremlin, can  possibly   bo  on-  Hived? """"   There are surely times when the  average person must feel n twinge of  alarm when considering the sickness of  n society which permits treatment of  human, beings that.,would ,nol bo dealt  ��� oui-to-ii'-iiiad-anlma  7T  parttnent has   been   researching   informa  tion   about   the   Hudson's   Bay   Company  Kort    Kdnioiiton   as   it   was     during   tin-.  U!4()'s,   in   preparation   for   an   authentic  reconstruction   of   the   post.   Much   of  our  knowledge  ol'  this   fori   in   ttie   19tli   ceii  liny    is    derived    from    Fori    Edmonton  .loui'iials of Daily  Occurrences which an-  now   in   the   Hudson's   Bay   Company   ar  chives. Unfortunately, all of the Journals  between   the   years   1834   and   1854   are  missing, but il  is possible,  that they still  exist   somewhere,   perhaps   in   a   private  coUection.  If any readers have information concerning the whereabouts of these missing  journals, we would sincerely appreciate  hearing   from   them   at:  The  Historical   Exhibits   Building,  ��� 10105���112   Street,   Edmonton    Alia.,  T5G OH1.  Ten Commandments  Editor, The Times,  Sir: At. a time when lhe so-called  "liberal" seeks solace in bed with the  "leftist" and the "conservative" does a fan  dance in an effort to get the ut trillion  of a jaded news media, it's time voters  served notice on their political candidates as to the Ten Commandmciiis of"  political   responsibility,   These   lie-;iii  1 am your employer the eili/rn and  taxpayer who elected you to run my  coul.Iry, 'Thou shall nol abuse thy nll'ice  wiih patroniige, palernalism or --eivcr-  sily.  Thou.,,, nlui.lt.,,.,not, pi'.eiainu;,,, eiliwaih .to,.  be biihes. in arms lo be fed liu> pahluin of  Stule welfarism  wllh their own lus'dol-   lars.: , , : ,. ,,.,.  ,.���   Remember  lhe  loyally" to   the 'democrat W; system and  thy   people's nisimns,  traditions and time-tested  principles and  moral  standards.  _���,Jlonuiuth.v,,,,���, peop lu,���. a w,L, prol u.cL.,1 horn.,.,  from   pervert's   and   piu-asiles,  Thou shall not Jntorl'oro with lhe law  " and overturn Court ruUnfits- to pm dan-  Reruns   sexual   prisoners   back   on   iho  street-^ to  molest our  children.  Thou shall nol ..comnill ithiiihuIp  qdullry wllh natinns sworn [^ dr. hoy  our  n,Yfl1om,v ,, ,.,,.,,  ,,      Thoil , shalf", not .ooyprt  t'lllwns nm-'  By Appointment Only  Phone  883-2602  ROALCOGOR RANCH  GARDEN  BAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  ^mimgmgffffatMmmfgawgjrgmm'  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHELT  Now Accepting  Reservations  SECLUDED LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING ;  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  next Jo school   885-2375  i  CHAMGE IN BANKING HOURS  To coincide with Port Mellon Pay Day, commencing  July 18th wo will lie open from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.  ^"loirisito^^  ' I ' hi ii nm     mi i ��� i' i nun i mii Ii I �� '     n  *' ' Q  _WQI��l_:.���,�����x/dndi^drhoU^ .���  T-hundQys-_n~{uture?r'~mm~mT~~~^^  pmf.  nOYALBAmWCANADA'-V  Gihsons, C.C, T  &ANK of MONTREAL; r  Glbtons, B.C. |  ��r//f//////s/////s/si//ff/s//////////////H  | LORD JIM'S LODGE I  Lodge Rooms nnd  Guest Cottages  D)ning Room ������ Lounge,  Hoatecl Swimming Pool  ��5     ..    Saunas,... Boat* Housq   S R,R. No, 1  Halfmoon Boy, B.C.  ^����*ww^Socr,ot,��CQ,y,o#��S.qcholt*����rt^  �� 886-2232 5  ft///////////////////////////////////////}  DLL Y ROGER  INN  AT SECRET COVR  VIEW, PE-LUXE  ACCOMIVIODATION  GOURMET MEALS  We'd like tO Help yOUL Whnlovorvnurp.^nnnl,-  InilfQ.oryour flnanolnjgonl.woenn holprnnke|l happQii.Tofkiy'r.  Ilnnnnlnq can gol prelly ciomplicalocl, bill my alnll miicI I enn holp you  nncomplloalo It. Wq assist (jur.ousloiTioru In mnklnq lho wiiuijsl nnd uiofil.  nnnnomlnnl uro of crodll, lo nvolc) pnyliHl honvy nluirgosi or oxr.nf.'ilvo  Inloronl, If you do noocl linnnclul holp why nol mmn In  .anddlRciiRF. our floxlblo lon ir planar",'v   7        ' . 7   ',"    :   ���  I'd llko lo Inlk ovor your monoy  mnilorn wllli you;" ��� " ������   Im  "Doc/c~-Spcfce~)For~Guesfs*  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  flu 999 .  HALFMOON  BAY, B.C..  Phone 885-9998  mmmmmmm i'm i m miiti mimw  Community Conner  AT PENPER HARDOUR  Snliiidoy, July 29, I rom 11 ci,m, Rcxilcoflor Ronch  Third Anmml Rorioo.'Jr, l^nnts, ���    *��� ���  Snturflny, July 29, 9,run, Ronlconor Ronch. Oorn  ��� Uanco, UIyo Mwnlc,   > *       fiundny, July 30, Irom IQ:30 0,111. Ronlcoqor Ronch  Rodoo, Sr, Rvonln,    ��  Saiiirdoy, AuguM Q, fl run. Wolcomo Hooch Mo)I,  Aion I) Rciiopoyurn Ahi>n, Annuol M��)i)lln\i ��ni'  olrctlran of offlcorn. 1   '  Keith Duffy,  > >,  s=^0YAEfB>^N:K  Rorvlnfi Brltlfih Oolumhln  Sooholt-... .. ..  Tniophonoi nnB-?Roi  1  2.  tmmtmmmwtwto_m��mvi!iK  it ^  7  r-rijlry^,  \  ',.��?^5pEf  -    w  High  Divers  Flying feet disappear off Porpoise  Bay wharf as fearless younsters  plunge down into the cooling waters.  FultTifenergy, thtrteTrs-speftt-a- happy  evening finding their own fun during  the long summer holiday away from  the routine of school.  Proposed amendments . .  Banks set award  for police kawry  CANADA'S   chartered    banks   have    an-  n.mneed   ihe   establishment    of    gold  riu'dnl a\vnrd7 to police officer-, who reu-  cler   outstanding   service    in   combatting  crime against "banks.  The    Canadian'   Bankers'   Association  said  tbe  medal  will  be   kriown   as   "The  Canadian Banks' Law Enforcement  Award" and will be presented annually  tn selected officers at the convention- of '  r- Canadian Association of Chiefs of  ,li'i.-o. The I'ii-'.l serif"; of award,;- will be  n.jde at the C.A.C.Pv conference in Que-  l.ei Cily September 1.  The medal  w'dl be accompanied  by a  "maroon and gvry,ribbon which may be  u.ri'fi in perpetuity on the n**ht side of  nvipionts' luuies. Winners will also receive a  framed certificate signed  by  the  ' presidents of the C.A.C.P. and tbe C.B.A.  Establishment of t\\_ award was announced by F. H. McNeil, president of  the C.B.A. and executiye vice-president  and general manager of, the Bank of  Montreal. He said, "The banks recognize  the great debt of gratitude they owe to  dedicated police officers, everywhere who  display great resourcefulness in fighting  criminal activity against their branches.  Too often hitherto outstanding police  work has gone without formal recognition by the banks because of the lack  ol a suitable procedure in keeping with  1ho professional status of law enforcement   agencies  in  Canada.  \  Tlie Peninsula Times Pa��e A-3  Wednesday, July 26, 1972  MOHE    ABOUT...  �� Medical clime ���  ������from page A-l  Harbour appreciate the facility but there  iire. some of the old clique who still carry  animosity toward it. The same attitude  will lose uk. our doctor and clinic if they  continue to rabble raise" he added.  It is understood that more than one  developer is out to land the clinic and in  each case different", factions are involved.  Main concern of the average resident of  the area is a local doctor and a medical  clinic, l-'ew appreaiale the politics fermenting behind the scenes and feel that  ;:hould the Minister givp up in disgust \t  i* probable the clinic will be rejectee! for  finite a long time. Certainly no responsible resident is interested . in who wears  the   laurels.  MARINA  MMMEWAYS  ^  &OATS TO SO'  MERCURY  Outboard  Sales and  Service  'MERC   CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics  On Duty  Monday to Saturday  Madeira  Polk,  B.C.  883-2248  A ��� -row- must ������;- drink- -at- -least three  times as much water as the amount, of  milk she gives, ancl she may drink as  much, as 18  gallons of water a day.  Transcendental Meditation  as taught by  MAHARISHI  MAHESH  YOGI  Transcendental   meditation   is   a   natural   spontaneous   technique  which  allows each individual   to expand   his  mind  and  improve  all his aspects of his life.  INTRODUCTORY LECTURE: by a Teacher of Transcendent" Meditation, Wednesday, August 9 at 7:30 p.m.  For location phone 883-2745 before 2:30 p.m. or call Students' International Meditation  Society 2549 W. 41st Ave., Vancouver 13, B.C. (604) 266-0862.  atioiifal housing changes  ior ston' savs Basiord  THEY GIVE  PENSIONERS  $50.00 A YEAR  HmtSTNO  minister  Ron   Basford   in   in-  Summer Fun  Providing a cool, picture for a hot,  day  and  a--chuckle, for his ....young ....  friend on lhe wharf, this daring diver  has lhe double benefit of a cool spray  from' another W^  splash to come a.s lie leaps from Por-   poise J^ay ^vhwrf.,,., ,.^, ,; , ,,. My  The Rhyming Philosopher  ROALCOGOR RANCH  1  '4 Wft-lWStflh'lttW* Sirfe  .IsV *���� Wt^ **Vw*i>lrfMi  THIRD ANNUAL  Garden Boy Road  Pender Harbour  Jr. Events  Sat., July 29  11:00 a.m.  SrrEveiifs   10:30 a.m. .  Gold Cup Jumping  Calf Riding  Steer Riding  W6stern~Games-~  '���'"'"' Harry W. Fletcher  ANIMALS  1 i'":"'ii:M sk'"orVcTn'���'''beoVi'"' 'peii n cU":' 111 ui"'"�����:' Tel Iciw*h "  best fricnil is his failhfiil old dog,  ,,, ,,,1'egai'illuss fif breoil; ._._.. ���.,.,,���,.,     .,  It's also been written n house cut or "kitten  ls cleaner than'people, as all have agreed.  Our pels, and their cousins aro counted  ,,������,��� byw.dqy.Qns,....��,ni|*ofl9iiJ')V/08^M'."'"1Bc.l^TO.  to Jo(n in, their ranks;  When time Is for feeding they all come  stjVinpcclfnjj;With varioiir gestures  expressing their Ihanks.  Our dons are so grateful for each lusty  plateful they wag their glad lulls  7    ,ln it mellowing mood;     '   *   -  'The euiswasl)' iheir fitces and* eleiin up  all Iriiuus of mess and corrupiinn or  remnanis of __ fo^nl. (  A. ^ ,,/  F.n 1 iocI iitk f iIi6ho  Toiiii.ii"cs*' '"'hV^isiirii-cull'oir"'i1 ii'h'il>;'1  ereaiures we shouldn"!  concede that     -.���  wc humans have less,  JiThe ' irnilv Is  roven'llnu- and  for past  conccallngi   lho   Iwo-legged   imlmal-  wllllows In moNsI  Now arcn'l yon dlugiisled that  folks can't  bo trusted to not net llko hogs 'til  nllnlcconQy*dloN?-**����^^  Basford  isn't  certain.   ���  .........  The federal government now offers  to finance 100 per cent of the remaining  costs���father "than the 95 per cent at  present. However the provincial legislation still requires the non-profit organization to put up 10 per cent of the money  In secure the .provincial one-third grant.  How this will work out in future isn't  certain, either.  But it's the mortgage subsidies that."  break new ground fur the federal government.  The federal government, (through CMHC) will loan low income people money  to cover all or part of the ctS^of building a new home, or buying an old one.  Then, each year, CMHC will make a  grant���to be matched by the provinces.  This grant will go toward repayment of  the CMHC loan.  It is impossible to judge the effect  of this legislation without knowing several things���all of which the federal  government isn't telling.  Who is "low incorhe" How expensive  a house can one buy? How much of a  person's income will CMHC let go into  mortgage payments What will be the  maximum annual grant?  These questions will bo decided by  cabinet regulation���after the legislation  is passed and negotiations 1aice place  with the provinces, said Basford.' "Of  course the levels determine how deep the,  program will bite."  According to the CCSD, in recent,  federal-provincial negotiations, the figure $11)0 came up as the federal subsidy.  "This figure, even when matched with  ' pi'ovincial'a.ssiRtahcG 'would: in'itself be  inadequate, to extend home ownership  for many low income Canadians ancl  would be irrelevant to the needs of those  residing in large cities," said the CCSD's  housing  committee.  The  CCSD   committee   figured    1,hat;  ���, It; .provJQusIy..th.ox.wwo eligible for feci-    oven ot CMHC's "beneficial interest rate"  oral   loans   only   when lliey bmr^w""(^^  troducing his package of amendments  to the -National-Housing..Act last _June^l2   described them as "a major step in meeting Canadian housing needs." Just how  major remains lo  he seen.  They won't  be dealt  with this session   .  but   must wait   for fall.  They boil down lo-three main changes:  ���A new urban renewal program���the  government has codified essentially what  is being done now in Vancouver's Strath-  cona area. The federal government will  agree to designate areas for neighborhood  improvement, pay a share of the costs  of new streets, sewers, and public facilities, and grant home owners or landlords forgiveable grants and loans to  fix up their property.  ���A grant for non-profit housing���  The federal government will make a 10  per' cent grant toward housing built by  organizations and for low-income people, loan mortgage money for all the  rest.  ���Mortgage subsidy���The federal government will help low-income people  buying new or old homes meet their  mortgage payments wiih an annual grant.  All three programs depend upon the  provincial and municipal governments���  which must match the federal funds.  British Coltimhia's Minister of Municipal Afl'tiirs, Dan Campbell, bus said  that lhe province is active in all these  ureas and- will continue! to be���-so the  federal money shotiId  becoming.'-  The first two changes aren't really  tlu\t,,new..jrU9,-,U  sidy, 'is new aiKin.'ouJd" have n'mSssive;  effect if largo sums of money were put.  behind it, However if appears that the  governme/nf isn't prepared" to do that,  There are other bits and pieces in  the legislation. Co-nf:eratives will bo  able  to  buy  old  housing  and renovate  WE say Pensioners need  $200 monthly income. Let  me know what  YOU think.  SUPPORT  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  For Information Call  ���������<"- 486-7430  Use 'Times' Adbrieis -faSell Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  housing. Provinces and municipalities enn  take 2f) years to pay back ������'���loons��� to7;>uy  land, instead of Iho present If). Tho Central Housing Corporation (CMlTC) enn  undor!uko moro projects of an oxporl-  montal  nature.  .Tho ,1'edorul   govopinioiit's .urban  renewal program jinf. btfon' turned about  ovor the pant four yours, 'from "demolition to rehabilitation,  ���,*,7'^  nndl��n' CounoiI' on tSocluI * Dovolopirtoiil,  (rormprly (ho Canadian WoU'ai'o Council), on a qijlclc t'ommenlnry on .Biud'ord'H  itmondmonlN, foil approval of ronldonln  ���'in im urban rohownl "nron .should bo re  quired boforo any project can go nhoiul. ��� ��� "f J1  Tho   nmoncftribHifi   mean   the" fedora!    "'Uco'f, brlol,  mortgage would only bring the homo  within .reach of a ... family..wUk,an i:Jncqme ,,,.,  of $7,715 per yonr. This assumes the  federal government will lot, the family  pay up to 22 per cent of their Income, on  tho mortgago, -   .  "However,  In  11)71, CMHC ostimatod  .  that one-llilrcl ,.ol! ail Canadian families  .  had an  Income of loss than -$7'l"*"~. per  year,"   lho   liuiiHlng   commit loo   pointed ���  out.  ��� 7"W6 bQllOYCtl'C'lft^  ls to bo subsidized, If Hhould bo dbno In  iv mnnnor that no Canadian should bo  financially barred from this typo of ton-  ,u,|ro, ��� An arbitrary * Jneoma cut-off point;  Ih not acceptable," mild tho hoimliig corn-  Our only nalvulloii In police activation,  '���,"ynlcs8''\vo'!''wnko'"up''io,',ilio'-tln'nBor~Boi'-wl8ol''  I qo����fMW'��flW��f'*fi��  ^w  BARN DANCE  Saturday, 9 p.wi.  H>i  ���FEATURING.  The  PIONEER  777. SdloiTSqiryJCQ 'oV'A^cossiwicis^���  ,'Axos and Handles, V/odgos  and Cans and  ���  ,��� PIONEER CHAIN. SAWS  .,  Sechelt Home Service  .    885-281?  Box 636       ' ��� ' , Soc-holt, B.C. |  rnoi  * govornmonf will pay 00 per- eont of lho  rehabilitation grants and most projool,  coiitR, hut thoy will only pay lif) por oonf  ���townrd^new'~l,itreol3r"flewersp��oldowalkHf  and lighting, TIiIh Is n roduallcm Xroni  lho fit) por cont cost-nharIng In*thorpro-  nonl, urboi^ ronowid ^ocllon of |.ho t N��-  ilonnl TIounlnK Aot, ' '  Tho tfpnht-Vfoi'^Wrt-pr'orit'^lioufiln'T,  while now I'or Iho fodurnl /{ovornmont, Is  old-hat for B,C, and tho Pralrio prov-  incoa in hoimlng for tho elderly,  -.��.,. -.in - Ilrllbh-Columblu,....,Ui,o~ provincial  govornmont ulnoo  10RR linn  granted  up  ��� to  one-third- of  coimlruollon    cohIh, on  elderly   clll/,onn   houalng   proJeutM,  Wliotlior non-|)i'ont oi'Kanl/.atlonn Cuh-  ,,,,unlly......HQrvloo...oIuIoh  pr  ehurph jn'oupn)  ' will got both tho' provlpolul ono-thlrd  /,'rnnl, mv\ tho fndcni I 10 por - cent /{runt  hami'l. pooii w��ii��yl out, ,,,....,.,.,,,���,���,.,..   Tho   provliic.o'H   Campboll  thlnkn  uni  Since, tho uruolnl., detal\. of ���t|io,jnoi;t-���  Hago m.ibiddy plan aro to be ddormlnod  by  Cabinet  rogulatlon,   Pnrllamont;  and  l!ia*puWiQ^w.atiiLp^^  bnfllo hotiflliif{ phlloRopliy, '  Do wntor wlaoil loom  nnd prnctlao w��tor  in(oty^nf.d��y^���,   wii'-p <m ww  ^w  wmvmpmrw**'  f^mrmmrmm  '-COJ  Puro and Simple APPIUE, CIDER .v.-:.  Organic CORN MUISCHIES, 4 ox.  .J...H  .m.'.iimi.***.*!..'.*.**..**!',**********.*..  K     4  ���mem  q,,BBc  For Information contact   ,.,     Donna Sherwood,......  19700-55A Ave, Uangloy, B.C.  Phono 112-534-8079  7  B.C.W.H.A, Approyod,  MzwonM^i^^  COFFEE, Froah Ground  pV��Mit��*ti.mii��w����������M��<PM*""i  lb  Q9c  Good Health Food Store  Cbwrjo Stroot, Socholt * Phono 005-9063     ,  ���Vm  ISN'T HARD TO FBNI  in the  e^sure'tb  drown ��II fires  PREVENT FORESTflBE?!  *i.  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^gge A-4 the PeninsMjo Times, Wednesday, July 26, 1972     bcai   ESTATE
_ _- Sechelt - Phone 885-9654,
\IHE PENINSULA jimet>     Gibsons- Phone 886-2121
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Member, Audit Burea»
 or Circulations	
SCQiT—On July. 18. 1972,
A'ice M. Scott of Gibsons,
B C, formerly of White Rock,
B.C. Aged ti6 yours. Survived
I >v her husband William M.
Scott of Surrey, B.C. One dau-
Beauriful  Recreational
ParMike   160 acres
near ,
Secret Cove
Well elevated property, some
ocean 'views, trails and light
timber. Lane access from highway at ' only $67,500. Some
terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula
Times, Sechelt, B.C.      8733-tfn
March  3.1,   1972
"*.    Gross Circulation 3275
Paid Circulation 2421
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ot Circulation, subiect to audit.
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I4her,    Mrs.   M.
ai'd,    Gibsons.
St"a'n"tr*'y   Green
r;i anclchildren
(Loretta). Gir-
and one son,
of .KitimatV 7
and 2 ureal
Rev.    J.    W'il-
WANTED — Acreage with or
without small home. Full
details please. Box 38 c/o
Box 310, ' peninsula Times,
Sechelt. 38-37
lia'mson conducted the Memorial Service in ll.e Harvey.
F'uneral Home, Gibsons, on
Monday, July 24! Interment
Seaview   Cemetary. 96-35
HAINING—Passed   away     on
July 22, 1972, Beatrice (Bea)
Haining of Gibsons, B.C.  Sur-
ASSIGNMENT of .lease .for
sale 1.45 acres of waterfront
property on the East shore of
Egmont Channel, subject to
Provincial Government requirements. 3 chains of shoreline, fresh water on property.
Repl/y Box 54^ c-o Peninsula
Times,  Box  310,  Sechelt,   B.C.
FOR SALE—Gibsons,   1   bed-s
room   home,   beautiful   view'
of" sea and mountains. $11,000.
,.886-71)57, . \ \ ^v 108-377
' SMALL cottage' located on •■,
- acre lot. Full price $10,000.
No down payment required if
one is capable of . providing
handyman duties Ni a new
subdivision. 886-7626.
•        .      ' 423-35
NEW   one   bedroom   home ' in .
Roberts    Creek,    full    price,
$16,000.    Low   down   payment
and mortgage available to responsible     party.     886-7626     or \
886-7560. 422-35
PROCRASTINATION IS COSTLY: Let ut show you this*
charming. 5. room basement
home NOW. Situated on 2
tastefully landscaped lots close
tp beach, etc. Access to large
private sundeck from spacious
liv:-din. room. Roman Tile
fireplace. Bright cab. kitchen
and adjoining  breakfast  area.
HALL for Vent -Wilson- Creek
Community     Hall.     Contact
Mrs. Diane Ander\on 885-2:385.
 ——•-■—- —7-S4-5~t.£n
1200   SQ.   FT.   space   suitable
for  ^"ntractor   or   .   .    .    In
lhe  Village  of  Sechelt.   Phone
885-9606.       * 14-35
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IF your're new in town,\anXl
plan to, reside here permanently,, phone us your name
and address, tell us where you
moved from, and we'll send
you The Times for a month,
with our compliments and a
warm welcome. Phone 885-
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Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltc^.
■--  Loggers seeking
■   '  . - employment
Transportation daily from
Port Mellon to camp' and return. Interested parties call
Vancouver Radio -.Telephone
for McNab Creek or write to
Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All
enquiries, attention Tony JDur-
alia or. phone 885-2435, Attention W.  Bradshaw. 34
GIRL for part time work.
Apply Dogwood Cafe, Gibsons.
886-2888. 424-35
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vived by her loving husband
Jim. Two sisters, Mrs. Pearl
Anderson in Robson, B.C., and
Mrs. Dorothy Muskett of Delta. Three brothers, Stanley
Dans, Honeymoon Bay; Elmer Dans, Kamloops7an"d Tyrell
Dans of Robson, B.C. One
Aunt Miss Pearl Crib'ben of
Slocane Park. B.C. Rev. J.
Williamson will conduct the
service in the Harvey Funeral
Home, Gibsons on Thursday,
July '27—air 2  p.m.  Cremation.
MR. and Mrs. Ian McKenzie
of Gibsons, B.C. wish to announce the engagement of
their daughter Eileen Jean to
Herve Joseph Thoraval son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thoraval
of Cerences. France. Wedding
to take place September 9th,
1972 in St. Mary's Catholic
Church.  Gibsons,  B.C.       88-35
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,   .   .is   pleased   to   sponsor   this
Birth    Announcement   spaco,    and
extends Best Wishes to tho happy
..'■Mil,  AND MRS, ..Ji.lm  Corloff
of De'lii, formerly of Gib-
hdiis, uiiikiiiiu'.! I lip birth nf
.Ji'iiuil'.T Ann, II lbs , 3 o/. «|
Richmond     Uuiiiit'iil     Hospital
.lurilKN I'.i.vri-il away in fn-
well     Hi1, it,    11(7    mi    .1 ii ly
III, ID'i'l, Andrew ,Inures n^ed
. till ,veai s   Mr. Jniiies wm, burn
In   Knulriiiil.   lie   Innl   lived   in
(llhsiiii.H for nvei' fill yi'iii'H.
,   I'rlvtile  Fmiei'iil  lluino,  Dlrec-
hii'h. tll)-;i()
MARRIED—Solveigh Bremer,
daughter of Mrs. Inge and
the late Rolph Bremer, to Joseph Harrison, at* the family"
home in Pender Harbour on
July  16, 1972. 95-35
ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous —
Mee'tings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,   Wilson  Creek   Community   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.
opes, statements, invoices
and all commercial printing,
contact tbe Times office at Sechelt or  phone 885 9654.
WISH   lo  contact  Latter  Day
Saints members. Phone 885-
2175  or  886-2546. 6766-t£n
Building - All types.
Hoofing  -  Duaroid   Shingles,
Shakes - Aluminum
Painting -  Int., Ext. -  Ros. &
Concrete   -  basements   -  sidewalks - sea & retaining walls.
.Floor   covering  -  insulation.
Phone ,886-7320
; ll.1' your're; new -In town, and
-plan lo reside here permun-
enily, phone us your name
and iicldi'e.ss. IqlLuK where..you,
moved Iron), and we'll send
you The Times for u month,
Willi our .-(imp Union Is and a
warm wuhiunie, Phone U85-
Dll.-VI,  The Times. tl'n-nu'
ROBERTS Creek—Beautifully
secluded landscaped acre
with year round stream. Charming ,children\s play house,
two chicken bouses with enclosed wire runs. Other attractive* buildings for storage,
etc. Small cozy house with
Franklyn fireplace. With addition for extension started.
P!ans, lumber, etc. included.
Water, phone and electricity
-ll1.- ...2 driveways, ornamental
trees, fruit frees, ~'vege£a6Te.-
gardens, lawns and flowers
strewn over this park-like property. Walking distance to
park and beach. Greatly reduced  for all  cash. *886-7285.
NEW   2-3   bedroom   house   on
ocean  view  lot. Conveniently    located;    quiet    neighborhood.   Ph.   885-2134. 83-37
SECHELT:   Sparkling   new   3
bedroom white siding bung-
a'ow,  close  to stores, beaches.
Panelled    LR    features    large
-2—lovely—bedrooms—feature d'
large closets. Completed rec.
rOom, hobby room. Lge. airy
storage area. Utility and toilet make up the bsmt. area and
has ground level entrance. A-
oil heat. A real buy at only
$31,500    and    attracive    terms
'are offered.
FOR vacationers during August, a self contained furnished basement suite in Gibsons. Close to wharf, stores
and beaches'. $50' per week.
Also boat rental if desired.
Phone   886-7374. 90-tfn
COMPACT    modern    2    bdrm
view     home,     Gibsons,     on
paved road, fireplace, carport,
riveway.   5   min.' fr,om   shops
and   school.   Ideal   for   couple     886-7111.
or couple with one child. $150     	
per month. Refs. and damage
deposit. Write Box 115, c-o
Times,  Box   310,   Sechelt,   B.C.
LOCAL construction firm re-
- quires full time dispatcher
and bookkeeper. Experienced
in all phases of office procedure, familiar with area. Phone
885-9666  or 885-2888.       100-35-
TYPEWRITERS,   adding  mac-
hines, repairs and' sales. Ph.
DR  has
.Lge. lot with exceptional
view. All services available.
For those wanting a family
home in a rual setting" we of7"
fer 1 ac. with fine "Rancher"
consisting 3 lge. bdrms., spacious living room with fireplace and W-W. Bright kitch-.
en features counter-top range
and wall oven in color. Utility, vanity bath has enclosed
tub. Attached carport and
storage room. Try your -offer
near $25,000.
Twenty lovely acres well situated. View. $30,000
new home consisting lge. "L"
shaped   liv.-dining  room   with
MODERN    2   bedroom   home,
Wilson     Creek,     electrically
'heated,  suit coupte,  885-2014.
Help Wanted, female	
Dept. of Rehag. and Social Improvement, Sechelt, Post Office Bldg. To carry out all
clerical and stenographic work
in a single stenographer District Office. Requires a Business College or Secondary
School Commercial Certificate
and several years of related
experience, o r equivalent;
good typing and shorthand.
$447-$539.- COMPETITION No.
72:953. Obtain applications
Topping - falling danger trees
- limbing for view.
Prompt,    experienced,   insured
Phone 885-2109
_. _      9032-tfn
__—, -q •
FURNACE    installations    and
burner    service.    Free    estimates.  Ph. 886-7111.        36-tfn
WEST Sechelt area, small seal
point,    male-   Siamese, . answers  to  Charlie. Reward.  Ph.
885-9654. 107-36
tA*^-*-'" '■
Attractive 2 BR home, large granite fireplace, dble. plumbing,
sundecl^. Very large basement with carport, shop space,. rec.
room   and    extra   BR.    Beautifully   landscaped   with   fishpond.
Over 7 acres, approx.   560' waterfront.  A good  portion  is  level
-end—would   be   an  excellent   location  for   a -mobile—home—perkv-
Ppved   Maple   Road   runs  through  property.   Full  price   $50,000
with $25,000 down.
Built  1965,  this 2 BR home has basement with space for extra
bedrooms or  rec  room,  electric   heat,   landscaped   lot  with  fruit
trees. A few hundred ft. to school, stores and marina. $32,000.
■ , . ! i_
On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this 1,700 sq. ft. 3 BR home was
built   in   1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   carpets,   granite
fireplace, circular staircase,,. sundeck,_paved driveway,-etc*,  etc.
v Priced at $39,000.
Waterfront lots from $8,000 to $13,000. View lot from $4,500.
Earl Cove—marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry
terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. Waterfront,
1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.
FOUND   in   Sechelt  Post   Of-
tice,   engagement   ring.   PUT
885-9838. 93-35
POODLE   mother   and   three
pups. $20 each. Ph. 886-7577.
13.8 acres,-nicely treed land with approx. 350' Choice Waterfront. Asking $40,000.00.
cobbles lone iireuiace,
buffet recess and storage cabinets. Lovely citation cabinet
kitchen. W-W throughout. Attached garage and workshop.
Sheltered patio. Garden in
lawn. Auto, oil heat,, washer,
dryer, fridge, stove, included
in price of $25,400 with $10,000
down. To view call Mr. Rear,
885-9872. 85-tfn
FOR SALE—Gibsons, all electric. 2 bdrm. 1100 sq. ft,
with full basement, 2 fireplaces, deck and carport, close
to stores and schools, clear
title.   Owner.   Phone   886-7336.
FOR SALE—4.6 acres, partially cleared land, accessible
by trail with two year-round
streams, view, small one room
log cabin with loft. Roberts
Creek area. Best cash offer.
Phone 886-2717. 101-35
VIEW    lot    in   West   Sechelt,
60'xl58'.   Water,   power   and
phone,  $4500.  Phone  885-2087.
PENDER Harbour — New
small fireproof house on
large lot, $12,000 FP with
terms, A. R. Simpkins, Box
106, Madeira Park. Tel. 883-
9901. 92-36
. PENDER Harbour waterfront
lot, Sheltered,, deep, very
accessible, to,,.. water making it'
ideal for a1 year round wharf.
$17,500, Phone 886-7374 after
5;30 n,m, Write. Box 708,
Gil)soi.s7B;C. '   fJ056-tfn
fireplace and view windows.
Family size kitchen, vanity
bath. Full bsnit. features completed rec. room. Lge. utility
area with washroom. Furnace
room and large "cold" room.
Economical hot water heat.
Grounds attractively landscaped and fenced. Matching garage. Immediate occupancy.
$29,500 and terms can be arranged to suit.
Panoramic view from centrally located 65'xllO' lot. New
homes all around. $4,500.
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone 886-2000 *
NEED    small    apartment    or
housekeeping   room   for   1-3
weeks. A. Marcel 1 us, 886-7626.
UMBIA, 411 Dunsmuir Street,
VANCOUVER 3," and return
by  August 2,   1972. 35
FOR beauty salon in shopping
mall.   Continental   Coiffures,
Box  582,  Sechelt.  Phone  885-
2339. 98-35
1460  sq.   ft.,   2  BR  well   built home with  basement.   Revenue
possibilities from older buildings on property;  Asking  $39;750.
Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from
$5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.
Secluded in a lovely setting, 7 room house of charm, 2 BR, 2
bathrooms, white sandstone floral planters, floor to ceiling
fireplace, w.w. carpet throughout, rosewood and ash feature
walls, large sun deck and patio, nicely treed 4.9 acres, large
frontage on Sunshine Coast Highway at Gibsons, adjacent to
lovely creek, $8,000 down.
Tn pr¥Fereric^^''Targe'ToTT5O5c200"may be purchased with house.
BEGINNING last week in
August, Public Health Nurse requires moderately priced
purtly furnished (kltchon) 1
of 2 , bedroom apartment suite
in private home, or" winterized cabin, in or close to Gibsons, P.hoiic 886-2228 'jetw.ccn,
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m,       91-35
Multiple Listings Service
Box 238, Gibsons
WILL build cabin on your
hind in dncIuiuho tor right to
occupy for a Tow years, Cull
ui* write A, MiiitoIIlih, General
Delivery.   Gibson,,,   HUU.7B2"".
rtUltMKIt   Hlanips   of   fill   CtOK-
cTipllorm- inny ho obluinccl
iit-Tluj Tim...., Phono UBI"i0fl64,
Quick Hervlee on all orclora.
Two uuk-uIs. on N,W, ond of Sakinaw Lako, 12, acros;
$?0,00n par parcel. Phono  112-254-1060.
Wriicv Advorlisor; c o"Box 310, Socholt, 13.C,
„.«_ _j.,„.-,...,.„,fp„.„„
Ponder- Harbour
■Tel; -B83-2794'
WATERFRONT ACUI-AC.t-7--Appiox'  /I00'"wlth' olclor'
hotitio—Good  locollon — Monnlllconi vlow—l:Jtcollonl
,„ .voli.m ul. 'Uri-rOOU. •       7    .
II*        w I       \\ '
Nl AK .,,K;.I,AN-^Ilie. MrmhsMilrMliont Iol• in lex. than
200  I It 11Tim--\vui oi*"»~~Horn il 111 illy I rncd—'Water* and
punoi: uvailubla    A.voiy aoucl l,iuy at.*)i/JGQ.	
Pender Harbour
ThcJso lots aro fully sorvicod with   walor, hydro, lolo-
,       phono, qnd paved roqcls,
Tho cloyoloprrio^l' is located, adjacent' to,a, gonaral
storo, marina, post offlco, hotel and pthor facilities.
An Ideal location for your recreational or rotlromont
7 homo,
GIBSONS—3 B.R. home. Large L.R. with unique fireplace. D.R. and well designed kitchen. Handy to shopping, schools and theatre. Nearly I/2 acre corner lot.
Home also contains a 1 B.R. self contained furnished
suite. Stove, frig, freezer and drapes- are to remain
with House; F.P7 $38,000 with only $15,000 idownr
An excellent home and revenue too.
ROBERTS CREEK—Level'lot; size 1,60 Ac. Partially
cleared, Road frontage on Beach Ave, is 160 ft.
Water, Hydro and Phone available. Close to store and
transportation. F.P. $12,300. Terms may bo arranged.
VIL.W LUI-  .ipli'iiilid yunv ul  lho Huiboui;—-Wutor
uiidptiwui' lu'Iol linu—\-,\. I|i6,500,' ,
PENDER HARBOUR MARINA--Good business propo-
filion willi wiiilei 11 li.uinn-—Ow'noi- Vi'iiuii/.-; cliuri-jo—•.
'   '    JuM '|.gU,U00 1,1,', with !|.;n),0UU down,''
yl 'nI'.I'D LOTNCT*
Cull John l.'u:on,ul 8UJ-2/9-I (2*1 limits)' '■'.',
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Only 130 niilou from Lunydoloj lako tho Guidon Buy
turn, off and Iol low. tho. toad dowri to,Lloydu 6I010,
GIBSONS RURAL—One level acre of couhtry living
with a good garden. Hqme,is,nearly new with 2 B,R.
post ancl beam house newly decorated. Electric heat,
cement patio, Water is drawn from a cloar'spring woll.
Priced for immediate salo at only $15,000.
GIBSONS VILLAGE—Well established, centrally^ located Beauty Parlor,- Fully equipped', An ideal husband
and wlfo operation, Please enquire for full particulars.
GIBSO^S^^CentraJJy^ located, two bod, retirement
homeon a very nice view lot. Garden and storago shod
In rear, F,P. undpr $14,000,,., ,,.....
GI13SONS SEMI-RURAL-rhlQW 2, bod^homa op, an,
extra-long vlow lot,  Owner- will  finish to suit pur-'
chaser's taste, Approx, $27,500 completed.
GIBSONS BAY'AREA^-3 Bod. homo on a one •acre
parcel of land, Potential dev, proporty. Havo a look
75 ft.   $16,500 90 ft.	
135 ft. $19,000 88 ft. 	
250 ft. lease lot—$ 12,000
400'   waterfront—attractively   landscaped,   has   60'xl2'   deluxe
mobile home, unfinished 1,400 sq. ft. building, float and marine
ways. $45,000.
Semi-furnished,   water   and   hydro.    119'   waterfront   and   float.
O.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,
has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake, road & creek
through property and an old house which could be...rebuilt. Full
price $50,000 with $25,000 down.
Madeira   Park—Gently  sloping,   nicely  treed   lot.   $6,500  cash.
Near Madeira Park, and on large view lot. Oil furnace, balcony,
immediate possession. $14,700.
150 ft. choice waterfront on Francis Peninsula, over half acre,
with one room cabin. $18,000.
On  approx.   %  acre level  lot near Madeira  Park.  Has electric
heating, flreplaco, storage and carport.. Full price ,$21,000.
Several lots available.
350' waterfront, Famous Loo Bay, Pondor. Harbour. Bost salmoi\
fishlnfj area, Excollont moorago for largo boat, F.P. $16,500 with
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f.oods Store, Terrific potential, In ..lhls. business lor tho
right couple, $6,000. ,.   ,t     „
ROBERTS CREEK—Wo »I.W have a fow lots loll on lho
Lowor Rd, for as'Utile as $3,500, Fully soryjcod,
•PENDER "HARBOUR-^WqtQrfronr~2"bQd,^horrto"on'-
12 acros with approxr 600' of shorp-llno. Deep water
moorago bahlnd Harness Island, 1(178,000,
A low lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from
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rcdocoratocl, 7W. lo W. carpal, Flioplaca. Cablo-
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Choice vlow lots on' 72 lot subdivision.  Prlcos from $5,000 to
$9,000. Somo cleared roady for building.
Approx, 550 ft, watorlront with nearly 10 ocros of real nico land, •
-fruit troos, ara&B and natural troos, Older houf.0—could ba made
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$26,000, with $13,000 down.
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90 ll, waloiliunl on Francis Pqnliihujq, vlow'ol Malosjilna Strells,
with I bedroom year round cottage, Asking price $28,000 with
$8,000 down.
4 very good bulldlna lots,!:Easy walking dlutanco to,school and
hloros at Madeira Park, $6,000 each—$|,000 down.
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1     1" ���%  .'ty^ftV.ff!'^  I.  .".  MOBILE HOMES.  24 x 60 -  144(1 sq   ft. of gracious   living.   2   bedrooms,   7.  baths, large  family room, [pr?.  ^closets and^ cupboard-;. Eui'li  in China Cabinet Furnish t.i  your o\vn rJersojial lane-. *Thi.-.  i.-.   the  beet   l.asir.*   unii. 7n   th<>  ���Peninsula. We have paid tlie  double ferry charges. Rut this  fine home on your own foundation and he eligible for Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-2153 after 6 p.m c/o box  739, ' Peninsula Times. Gibsons,  B.C., alf.4-ti'n  _ . , ...V  twoi*. .day     Home--]     owner,   1i:)-w5i��7 -y~-H:n*r.lrnfT*m, "   Kit  Sierra    trailer,    };    year-,    o'd.  Moved   to   your   location   and  Unckini;    supplied,    l-'inancin:',  mailable, .$'15011. To see,  phone .  H'Kti-UGlK. iHI-li!!  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES-LID,  ^���. i i-.'  CARS AND TRUCKS (cont.)  The Peninsula TirriP?, WiHrtesday, July 26, 1972 Page A-5  l.'tlii ' 'C'llKV ,     i.Ourn     wau'on,  U7III.    fhone    tlKf. L'-..W.    ,-.:���.-'.'-  it'.i'fh* ��� ki-ht  l'.i.vJ \7Al'7flAI 1.  V���'ior, imii  o 11". -  H-!V"i  ' s-o,..i,    open    io    oitrji 5     Htt  FOR SALE (Continued)  G F.     ,7n    inch    electi,r' 'r-m, e  !7c\-.''  .rc-ndi'ii-un.    Pi�����>ne   H.K.5-  'Mh'J   hi'ihi'. u   p in. ?-A-\A\  ....... \  WAlV new   Fai-s"   ciirun-  -..lie     Phniir'    7.7.I,  , ;i:Iil -  if  \-.  LIVESTOCK  A  HALF\,Arab Pmtp mare with  papers. Ex. for trail rides:  good in games, beautiful. Also  :''-i Arab yearling filly, papers,  beautiful and \l'riewdi\'. Plume  BB6-f.717. "        D-U'n  WANTED TO  BUY  PF.Sf'l    fawn    movvei*    in jwt  PORTABLE   cement   mixer.'  8  m5ri,ths     old     SI 50.     Phone  886-25807 87-35  CCM     3-speed     men's -. Facer.  Good   condition.   835.   Phone  881.-982(5.      7 llit-35  LEGAL NOTICES  ���-T\\- .-���-*��� -  -      -   '   PIT.FIG   TRl'.STFE  hlVFATF   KAi.E ,���    '  The |-ii7.iU* Ti\i iiv a- A.l-  liitvi'i .1 r.'lliu.', of tlu; I���: '..lib i>'[  r.iont'l Ii uhli'i' i.: n-r 'ior sale  ! Iiv ��� folio win j;   e^Udo   properu:  Vancouver Assessment District Parcel 'A" (Reference  Plan 2975) -of- Lot 1-7. District  Lot 1028, Group 1. New Westminster District. Plan 4(582.  beini',   on   Fie'il    K7;nl.   Wilson  Creek,   iiii   \o.   1,   Sechelt,   B.C.  *  l.ft  AND-2nd  MORTGAGES'       .'  Residential. -  Commercial  - '-Recreational  All types of real estate financing'-including builders  loans."Fast  appraisal  service.  ACADIAN  MORTGAGE  CORP.   LTD.  24 38 MARINE DRIVt���', WFST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256   . _      .    -^���...  4 hp F\ innr.'le, as new        %\��i.  5 cu.   ft.* refrigerator,   durum-  s'irator,   1 lu'  \oii        ' '" y-i  .jMLJaD....Mercii-i'V   outboar.i   wuh  l-.-f " T. ���.*���;.  \<7  A.;:e  I hit. I -  Impi. >v.  i l   . I r I  nieiii  ; iii. \ 11 ���  :. V'9.1.7  ll lenej-al)  ��*".4:Fno  Slllfr.Ufl  ���condition.-?   wanted,      rhone  C5ir;-2530. 8b-r.fi  coiTtroJ.-.  ..If." C'l'iri-. Cra  FOR SALE  Catiu  oiiiboanl  Ira I won  IF    IT'S    suits���it's    Morgans.  8135-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.  Phone  835-2304  if  no  reply  i.i)   b'p   eld  MADEIRA  MARINA  Vnder   Harbour  Phone 883-22HU  35  617  Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact    Capt.   M.    Higgs  Box   374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  16 FT. PLYWOOD fibreglass  boat with 40 hp 1!)G3 Evinrude recently rebuilt. Best offer. Phone 88G-7677 after (i  p.m. 79-35  12   FT.   ALl/MINUM   hoat,   fi  hp  Mercury,   $350.   Ph.   885-  2385. 80-35  CARS & TRUCKS  1971   SATELITE   Sebring.   12.-  000   miles,   excellent   shape.  Phone   885-2484. 45-36'  phone   885-9326.  8637-tfn  JOHN *Dere   tractor.   Caterpillar.   3   ton   truck.   Furniture,  -e4d*--,  and onds and  just  plain  TTTi appro*:. (;t7**r.p' with  1T\ dm. |.f,oi.e and l.'eeional  w.i-li r line-, ,'rt r.r.,i.I, '<nipr.>\ e.l  b\ ml cabin of lillU- ;i|>p:i:vnl  \a!ue. Written olt'er.-- '.or tin.-,  property - wt11 be received I >y  the undorsijined un !o .~i:t)i>  p m. on -FuaJiiv. Aui'.it't I.  1972. No 4%2\)i escn'at ions' are  made witl/respoct to the condition of Vir title 'o-'lhc property.    The    highest   -offer    or  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hafdware  Compressed  air  service  NYGREN SALES   .  (1971) LTD.  Phone  886-9303,  Gibsons.  B.C.  1959  DODGE   Seneca.  Excel-  len  t motor,  $100.  Phone 88G-  =2727.  403-35  1JEATTY   washer.  spin  dryer.  Lo  aks   and  runs  lik  e   new.  $100  or best  offer.  Pho  ne 885-  9339.  58-36  PROPANE 'auto hot water  innk -f>5. Pro Dane Quaker  heater $30. Single ribbon bed  spring on legs $15: Single  spring-filled mattress $20. 2-  ring- electric hot plate, chrome  $10.50.  886-7190. 419-35  Counsel  Probatte  1971    SUPER*   Beetle,    loaded  wiih   options.   Offers.   Phone  883-9954 (Pender Harbour) after fi p.m. 78-37  1961   VOLKSWAGEN   window  van.  8400   miles   on  original  motor. Phone 885-2897.  102-1 fn  I960    CHEV    pick    up.    New  tires.    West    Coast    mirrors,  .~4SQ9-    ca'l    885-9785    after    6  P.m. 103-35  19fi2     FORD     pick-up.     Good  running order, complete with  plywood   canopy.   Phone   885-  2183. * 104-37  JUST off the Self  ���Press ��� Wills &  Procedure $2.95. Also in slock  ���What To Do Before The^Ac-  countant Conies (for those  who haven't left, town): Your  Rights, Landlord-Tenant Relations: Real Estate Guide,  Small Claims Procedure; Labour Law; Fighl That Ticket;  Civil Rights in Canada; B.C.  Incorporation Guide and B.C.  Divorce Guide All at News,  Books & Stationery in the  Times Office, Sechelt. Phone  885-9654. 82-35  ONE Hoover-type wa.sher, almost new, Sanyo make,  $100. Also full .set plumbing  fixtures, offers? Phone 885-  2183. 105-35  junk. Wooden doors, etc. Wil  be offered for sale at Caieta,  West Sechelt on Thursday.  July 27. 110-95  THREE-quarter Arab 2 4 yr.  stallion. $250. 1967 Dats'un  1300 sedan, gooil running condition, newly painted. 23"  Fleetwood black and while TV  $50. Kitchen table and 4  chairs $25. Children's, pool  table $10. 4 element GE range  $50. Olhcr--nii.se.. arl-ieles -Ol'-  ' fers .will be considered. Phone  880-7577. .11-4-3:1  FREEZER Clients If you are  interested in bulk purchase  of freezer meats from a local  supplier write advertiser, Box  94, c-o Times, Box 310, Sechelt,  B.C. 94-37  SELF-Counsel Press books put  on the right track. Reasonably priced books answer  questions on B.C. Incorporation; Common Income Tax  Law: Consumer Law: Civil  Rights;   Real   Estate   Guide;  any   otter  cepted.  A  nol   necessarily   ec-  1   cash   required.  Clinton   W.   Foote.  Public  Trustee,  635   Burrard   Street.  Vancouver  1,  B.C.  (Phone  ti!U-(i3in  111-pub. July  26. '72  B.C is a  beautiful  place  Small Claims Procedure;  Wills; Land-Tenant Relations;  also Fight That Ticket. All in  stock at News, Books & Stationery at the Times Office in  Sechelt.   Phone   885-9654.  9162-32  Don't mess  it up  REAL ESTATE:. .  Box 769  SECHELT/B.C/  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT  Ready to build on. Lot  70x155, Fully. serviced. Only a couple of  blocks to cjood beach,  FP. only $5,500.00. Call  Len or Suzanne  Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683,  WATERFRONT HOME���HALFMOON BAY  A roalchainiinfl.A...frame.,.2..Bedrooms,, l3at|irooiri,,p(ilice,pr den,  Nice 'compact' kitchen. Built Tn stave. Nico bright' dining'area.  Wall lo wall carpet, Fireplace, '/a basement, Protected moorago.  Southern exposure. Arbutus troos, Close to general storo, Asking  only $35(000.00. To viow call Suzanne Van Egmond 885-2241  or 88579683,  SELMA PARK  (nature wall, on large landscaped lot, sloh'o"retaining walls, TI10"  most OUTSTANDING view, Only a couple blocks to boach, Workshop MkI4, Asking.only���$29,?.Q.0,QQ. Call Suzanno Van Egmond  885-2241 or 885-9683.  PENDER  HARBOUR AREA  LIKE  A  PARK:   Here's o  perfect  spot   for  retirement   ...  A  lot  right on Oyster Lagoon. It's $6,000 ask with % 1,000 down.  WATERFRONT:    100'   frontage.   Lot   is   level   with   tall   trees   &  Southern  exposure, on   Bargain Harbour.   A   honey   at   $13,000.  WATERFRONT:   (JUST  LISTED).   Extra   large   lot   with   protected  moorage   and   sunny   exposure.   Old   home   wiih   large   rooms   is  included. This just won't last at $25,000 . . . TERMS?  WATERFRONT  RESORT���MARINA SITE:   270'   protected  moorage on over 4 acres at Madeira Park. Has been selectively cleared  for camp sites & buildings. $50,0-00 (JUST LISTED).  Call  Jock  Hermon ot  Pender  Harbour  (883-2745)  24  hours  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  READY TO MOVE  INTO COUNTRY LIVING  3 choice acros, nicoly landscaped. . car gniago/Can be revenue,  Modern 3 bedroom lioipo, W/W carpel, largo, Klfchon, Sitting  nn producing 115?. sq.'ft, bullcllnn/ ready for llnlshlng and largo  henlod building, plus loin hf oxlran, Must soll-'-ownorr, leaving  tin," coimily, Cnll lor moro clolallu Suzanno Van f.gniond 883-2241  or 885-9683,  "'-..  HALFMOON BAY  ' Loi 40,000 ncj, fl,"nprox, 110' wotorfrnnl,'Olrlnr r.oml-b'iinaalow. ?.  bedrooms wllli unllnlFiliorl ol Mc. Living room wllh llioplnco Mxlf*,  .'��� Largo sunporch. enclosed screens, .-Lorno-. kltchon wllh dining area,  Bodrooms 14x16 nnd 1/1x12. Vanity bcilh, Largo ullllly laundry  roam, Auto, oil hoi wator boat, Thin homo couid bo 4 bedroom  wllh very, llfllo tj||o-r|, Garage q<m\ ..hop 20,x32 .comonl floor,  Driveway lo boach for IjooI launching.'L6T could "1)6 (..ib'dlvldocl,  Room lor several ronlal bulldlnon on proporly, Gordon and landscape In excellent condition, F,P,  $5?,,500,00, Torms available,  "'caii^jo'cirtir'Sfw^  885-2385,        .��� .��,   ..,.t���t..,.,           ,���, s   ...     SECHELT INUET - 170' WATERFRONT   1,6 acrof��,lov��Jl,* trood,proporly,,,Small stream,,Jdoal^rowrt; alto  rawly for development, F.P. $22,500,00, "nay lormn, Call Sinn or  ,    Jack Andomon nfl5.?.24l or ovon, 8B5.?.053 or 8fl5-?.3RE*,  VIEW-PUUS! DAVIS BAY  .  bndrnnm, fully furnlsnnd fonilly homo, ,Roc. rnrtm, Imr, pnllns,   ���  utcrco ayntom, co|or"TiVii"-,doop--(rPp��:o)-oio)V otc, W/W carpoi, .  tho works,  Nico private grounds, conlrally' locaind,  1  block to  boach, Priced |o still, Uy appolnlmonl only, Call John L, Mlnck,,  8HS.2241 or 006.7316.  Member of the Multiple Listing  SECHELT  Service  LID,  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  vDAVIS BAY VIEW No, 2631  Commanding viow lot wllh 70 fl, frnnlago on povod road, Short  walk lo tino boach ataa, Lot selectively cloaiod, a choice buildmn  site, Watori power, cable T,V, act now at  $5500 00 hill pneo,  'CALL: BOB KI-NT 885-9461 or office 885-2235.  .VILLAGE REVENUE    . No, 2634  Investors special���2 lots, wllh rental houses, 3rd building oilhor  office or llvlnn quarters, only $4,000 cash plus 'Government 2nd  ~mrtrtnaoo-pi.it!r*'you-ln"-ar<ull-prlce*of-��-$?.0;OOOi*OOf*jUivo--in.*c)no,-��.  ront two, you can't miss, CALL: PETER SMITH 885 9463 ove*.,  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT     "         '      ' No, "2633  Low cost waiorfront, trood ancl.flulol, wllh 780 r,c], ft, coliaflo,  completed oxlorlor, incompleto ihsido. r^roplaco, 100 fl, Ironlaat-  and on boach, Asklnn $14,500 all cash ���-������Look ond brlnn your  offon.   CALL:   DON   HADDEN   885-9504.  ;SPCMFLT VILUAGP.   '    ' No.'2586  Tlonrt of vlllono 63x12?/r,lto wl,th vlow of mountalnn. ��� l'|lqh and  dry locallon, clow to ovoiylhinn. All now homo*, uroci, Wnlor,  powor, phono available, Full pilci> only '|,bl)U(),00 rii'.li. CALL, HOIJ  KENT 885-946,1  or office* 885-2?-.'"5,  WEST 5ECHEIJ. SMALL ACREAGE ,       No. ?610'  2 acros socludod Irned proporly, wllh noofl rotlnqo, Inrao hodroom,  combo llvlnn room ond kllchon, I lydio, W��i|h In nmri, Low cosi  fl|niloi'dr fiiimmor tifio, $) 1,500 P.P., wllh hnll cosh. CALL; PETER  SMITH 885-9463 ovos,  DAVIS-HAY- WATFRFRONT- LOTS  No-2567  Hlflh vlow waiorfront, woll irood.   140 fool   (ronlaqo on boach  and road, Ihoso Iwo loir, offororl nt $28,000, Ownnr nlnlos will  ��^rinslril|��,i'oacUlo��.bulkllno��.aioQ/.i-and���.pq|h^lcuboacli,OT.CALLi��.DON.  HADDEN 885-9504,  ;���,,77:;.;.,. BOATS,. BOATS, ETC.  A fantnstlc.opportMnlly. t��,oo Into your own limlnpsn���inchln-  ,  boniii, nolnt)'& ronlal*. Woll riRlal)llf.h��d--<wnor wldhnD oul, nlhor  Intorpstu, Good-lnvonlory.,Localotl.In.Soqhnll Vlllaoo,...Termi arn  "1^ SrTiTOiWTJniCWnfl"^  885-2241 or 886-7316,  ROBERTS CREEK "WATERFRONT  Goi In llnb "fnrMhls ona 66' waterfront, low hank, itorrlflc vlrw;   .  "fewr^ciulbf Gwwl o\di.r^-Mt4Mm4v��fmvJifmo^^  Privacy.  Tlifso  arc  raro  hero,  Call  John   L,   Wm.,  8B5-2241  or Bdo��7j10i      '  ROBERTS..CBEiSK. ACREAGE'   ;,; ,��� .,   ,  Cornnr location,   10,8 acrni wllh ?.Mi acres cleared, Laroo old  ' farm, fruit Irons ond vory nocliidcd. Only a Bhorl walk lojwoch,  rxmllnni Mihilivlnlon pntnnllnl. fiorvlcorl wllh communlly walor,  Mini |,o soon  F.P, $37,500, Cnll Stan Andorson, 885-2241 or  ',.     .--    '     0fl!i-2385,    .     .  SECHELT VlilAGE~-GENUINE SACRIFICE No." 2423'  .Doliixo 3  borlroom full bnsomonl horpo slluatod noar* wharl nt  .   Porpo|so:!l3ay������Prlco���rorlucqd IromTfi4 1,5,00 lo, only $38,000 full  prlco. CALLi 'flOB'KENjj" 8'fl5.946l( vacant" pnwos-ilon 30 rlayi.*  VILLAGE HOME    " ^"No, 2604  Lnrao fin! lot, closo lo utoros*and oalt chuck, Ono bedroom homo  ���"��� wllh- llroplacor. ��mall 4��ivcmont^��plwa*Hwofct��!cottaflOp.Appoallr��f) ...  and sound lofi homo, wllh Iranio addition .'"malum a chnrmlnn  Mluolion for a. couplo, Ow'rior aiitoYtalh' affaris lei full prldo of  , 16,500,00, Loi mo i,how you. CALL: PETER SMITH flflB-9163.  WEST SECHELT. No. 2,611  Near .launchliiQ, fiwlinmlnq,, flMillid. 9���v��ji 9 hodioom luin)<�� on  ovor, an aero, Nlcoly land&capocl, Good potclnlnl horo, .Rivfulro1*  $8,000 down on lull prlco of $38,000,00, CALLi llph KENT  aan-9461 or hfflconfll".2235.'  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF RFAU HSlWrR  wmmwmtmtit$0ti>W)m<  �����^i^mmrfy>.'��fi  AGENCIES ITD,  Box 155, Secholt ,, Phone 885-2235  Or Cqll Toll p'rooifrom tho* Creator Vancouver Aroa  ZEhllh 2012,   :  4,   ,. .          .   (G,V>.,G.)   PENDER  * &'&*���.  Choice level   H*4  acres with over 850' waterfront  in  thp h^prt nf Mnrlpirn Pnrk. Irlenl for marinn and the  only one of this kind.  Modern 5 rm., basmt., 4 yr. old home on large view  garden lot; within walking distance of all services in  MadeiraJ^ark. Asking  $15,000 down;  bal.  by A/S.  \  i  .CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  \  real estatte'and insurance  > noiary public and Appraisals  f Gibsons, B.C. <      886-2481  TRAILER���Here's one for you, 12'x60' only 4 yeaVs  old. 2 bedroom, .furniture, owner forced to sell,-offers  on $9500.00. v  'WATERFRONT-���-In the Village, good moorage, excellent building site, or future holding. F.P. $11,000  at $3000 00 down, .    *   .    . '  ftCHAS I tK KOAD^On 2'-6 acres with view ot Georgia  Strait., 3 bedroom, full basement, extra large kitchen  and i_.R. Sun Deck, mature * home. F.P. $21,500.  some terms.  WATERFRONT���3 lots $8500'to $14,000.   x  Commercial   or   multiple  dwelling   lot   in   center  of  retail area. Sewer available, cleared. $8800.  All serviced, view lot in Village $4400.  Substantial O T home, fireplace, 2 bedroom, on IV.  cleared acres. $14,500 on terms. 1 acre adjacent by  itself or with house $4500.  Beautiful  31   acres of natural   park-like treed  land,  plus  over  2000'   rocky  waterfront.   Lots  of  oysters,  clams, salmon. First time  CALL JACK NOBLE 883-2701  936-7292  Older home in good condition, 2 bedroom,, large L/R  with panoramic view of Gibsons Harbour. $14,700���  V_ down.  PARK  ROAD���Roberts Creek.   Big   lot on  Regional  Water. Zoned R. 2 $6750.00.  GRANTHAMS  LANDING   STORE   AND   RENTALS  is a good buy. Investigate.  LISTINGS���WANTED  K.  A.   Crosby   886-2098  -  J.   E.  White   886-2935  J. Visser 885-2300  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  Electoral District of  A Provincial General Election Will Be Held on  Wednesday, 30th August, 1972  _        VOTERS LIST CLOSES ON TUESDAY, 1$tf AUGUST; 1972"  In order to vote in the forthcoming election, your application for registration  ns a Provincial voter, made in accordance with the provisions of the Provincial Elections  Art, MUST BE ON FILE with the Registrar of Voters on or before CLOSING DAY.  If you have received, within the last month, a postcard from the Registrar of Voters  notifying you that you are registered as a Provincial voter, or if you have recently registered,  you need not apply again.  . NOTE.���Being listed on municipal, civic, school, or Federal voters lists DOES NOT  ENTITLE YOU TO VOTE in Provincial Elections.  Qualifications for registration are:  (1) Nineteen years of age before polling c^ay.  .��._.������..���������< 2)-,Can ad ian���citizen  (3) Resident of Canada for past 12 months.  (4) Resident of British Columbia for past six months.  Eligible persons who brieve themselves to be unregistered may apply for registration  at any of lho eenlrcs listed below, up to and including closing day!   *;  REGISTRATION CENTRES  ((Wn during Normal Business Hours on Dales Shown)  Egmonl - ."-r Bathgate's Store  IrvingH                                                                     P<>Ht Office, Garden Bay  Madeira, Park..' 11-111.1^11^1111.^11711:-"    TZ ladeiraParH Store'  Halfmoon Bay  ���  ���'Seehelt   "X ....' '������-��� �������-  -Wilson ('reek......... .���.,.   Roberts Creek ..���,.: - .���.  GibHonsand Port Mellon  Hopkins Landing  'Gambler Tnliuid  lttf.19   W| d*t   .  ���RetTotT\IrtTV^^  (Opposite Shell Sofvico Stn.) *"  .. / ,. Sechelt Agencies Ltd.   .Bella Beach Motel  ,,., Seavno^y lylarkct  . \ ' ' ���>   i1'  ,.  McMynn Realty  Hopkins Landing Storfe  Res. of Mrs. Maxwell  REMEMBER: You must register by closing day/  *W��  wt>  I mnmm^hmimmim&ft'  JlJWi* (f fi*W*W(i��#i^4��{w����*^^  v , J, V. OASPARD  Telephone 483-9313  Mackenzie Electoral JC)istrict,  624? Walnut Street  PowcllRiyer, BC.        ,  mim0mm*^i^f^m*4mm  *f*"t i-hi  ��<#*rt*4j ui.  mmmmiti^mmm^��fii*��nm  mmtwmom&wtoi).  li4fMmy��ww��W����it^^  is(MjS**Wvte#����9��W^^  ��������!�� WSW��tt��S����W^  ^t����am��f*��m��!�� \\  \  I  Iiii  _  I*  \\  \  \  w  Malaspina Gas Pipeline queried ...  . . .  . ^   ^  . control becomes issti  edrinas  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times     '       Wednesday, July 26-, 1972  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  U.S. CONTROL has become an issue in  the current Public Utilities Commission hearings into the granting of a licence for construction of a gas pipeline  from tlie mainland lo Vancouver Island.  asn't   the   gas   formula   that   was  It  V-  worrying counsels i'or opponents of Mala-  ' 'spina "Gas Pipeline Ltd.. whose case finally came-before, the commission. What  bothered some of them was the small  percentage of Canadian ownership in  Canadian Utilities Ltd., the present* Ma-  laspma owner, whose president, Egerton  AVarrci) King, of Edmonton, was on the  witness stand.  lie   agreed   with   a   claim   of   Charles  . Locke,   representing   Centennial   Natural  -Gas  Pipeline,   that  87  per cent  ofw-CUL  ���ctrrrrrrron ��� stock- -is - heW   by���International  *    Utilities of Maryland, -U.S.A., and that it  holds  all   the   preferred  shares.   International  Utilities, for its part, represents a  declining   Canadian     interest.   The   company,   formerly   with   its   head   office  in  Canada, once had 31  per cent Canadian  stockholders but that percentage has now  declined, perhaps to as low as 20.  King said that CUL has held a controlling interest in Malaspina since last  April and proposes to purchase at least  50 per cent of a planned $30 million common  stock   issue  that  will   provide  part  ANNOUNCEMENT  THE Gibsons and Sechelt Medical  * Clinics wish to announce that Dr.  Mark Mountain and Dr. Roy Cline  joined the group and have taken up  general practice in the Gibsons Clinic.   Advt.  �����������������������������������M�����������ln.rnr1nnnn|mn|u|||ntul)(J^  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN  HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR  PRIZE *  fM**lw*l^*>*������*���WWf���mgMmWWMWWWWWWgMMUM*  of the $104 million estimate of construction costs. The rest would be raised by  sale of bonds and debentures, in which  ventures Malaspina was on its own.  His company, he said, planned lo keep  firm control of Malaspina either by maj-  orfTy~*o^/nership or de facto control  through being the largest shareholder.  The company's share will- probably  be raised by sale of an issue of common  stock, although it could be taken from  earned reserves. He v said a recent $30  million CUL stock offering was a major  success. \  "Malaspina is an opportunity to increase the Canadian content of Canadian  Utilities," he said, which would help  offset the removal of the head office to  trre UTS'., a move KiTnj claimed was-fcrrced  by  the Benson  white  paper.  Pressed on the Malaspina claim that t  gas supplies were assured, he admitted  that a letter from Westcoast on the point  fell far short of providing this assurance,  and that the estimates of over-all resources was not provided . by Westcoast  but computed  by his own experts.  The position of Bechtel, a U.S. pipeline construction and consulting firm  with global interests, was examined under cross-examination. King said the  new Malaspina group had inherited Bechtel from the original company but had  the right to make whatever arrangements deemed necessary now without  regard to former contracts. He said  Bechtel ��� was retained on a consultative  basis and paid fees for work but if  Malaspina got the licence it might be  hired  as  project manager on  a  full  fee.  The questioning raised the prospect  that the project may not- be viable if  thermal power load contracts are not  available, a possibility raised by a B.C.  Hydro plan to step up power supplies  to   the   island   with   a   new   underwater  -ea-b-te���-that   would���make   thermal   plants"  unnecessary at the. present time.  "If there were no thermal load could  you continue your application?" Locke  asked the witness.  "No," King replied, "I don't think we  could for a minute ... If that market is  not there we are looking at a totally  different situation."  Locke noted that 40 per cent of the  sales projection was, for thermal plant  supply, and another 20 per cent to supply Port Mellon and Woodfibre by a spur  from   Powell  River.  The witness confirmed that changes  on Dec. 22 had removed Allan Morton  McGavin of Vancouver and Richard B.  Wilson of Victoria from the list of directors and that his own name, and those^  of Frederick C. Manning of Sooke and"  Kenneth Leigh McFadyen of Calgary hVd  been added on April 19. The only direc-  " tor common to the old and new directorates was H. R. Whiltajl of Vancouver,  who has since resigned, " although he  holds one of the four shares , issued in  the firm, the other three having been  acquired   by   C.U.L.  King said that Richardson Securities,  with whom Whiltall is associated, will  be the financial agent for the company  and no other financial inducement has  been  extended  to the  firm  beyond  that.  He told C. D. Williams, counsel for  another applicant, -.Pacific Northern Gas,  that neither Bechtel nor any others held  any equity rights.  H. F. Waste, senior vice-president of  Canadian Bechtel, and a vice-president  of the parent American firm, was called  -late -m���the -afternoon���a��d���put���in a paper-  on his firm's studies of alternative concepts for gas delivery to Vancouver Isr  land. These * covered a route from the  U.S. via the San Juan Islands, one via  Roberts Bank and- Galiano, and another  commencing  at  Bute  Inlet.  The first was ruled infeasible because  of international complications with one  state, one provincial and two federal  jurisdictions involved. The second route  was considered undesirable because of  the evidence of major slides and the  unstable face of Roberts Bank and strong  bottom currents observed. Bute was ruled out because it did not provide priniary  service   to   Powell   River.  Waste, who has helped engineer pipelines in Canada, Europe, South America,  Africa and the Middle East, said his company was not making a bid to be the  contractor but was prepared to build  the land and water line envisaged by  Malaspina ��� at the cost quoted in their  submission.  Earlier the Georgia Gulf Transmission company's hearing windup was delayed at the request of Robert Brewer,  -the-eom-pafiyV-eotinset   The hearings had shown that the  Georgia Gulf application had undershot  the cost mark by $7 million. It will be  given time to regroup and conclude its  application at the tail end of the sessions.  During the hearing Dr. Robert Morg-  enstern of the University of B.C. told  of the hazards of earthquakes as they  applied to deep water pipelines^ in this  area. He was reminded of earthquakes  of force 7 on the Richter scale in 1940  and 1964 but said the quake centre would  determine the element of danger and  would be important up to 15 or 25 miles.  Dr. J. F. K. English, PUC chairman,  asked what would happen to the pipelines if there was a force 8 or 9 quake.  'There would be so many other problems  in the Vancouver area," the witness re^  replied, "that I don't think" it (the pipeline  break)  would  be  important."  \  IT IS good news for pet .owners at the  northern end of the' Peninsula that  Dr. J. P. Perry is planning to hold animal  clinics one afternoon a week at Miss Rita  Relf's Four-O-Eight Kennels on Frances  Avenue. The first clinic will be on August  2. This a service which should be much'  appreciated by pet owners for it is just  as harrowing for the driver as thexanimal \-  "to have to transport a sick pet all the  way  to Gibsons.  RE-UNION  * Duck Rock Beach at Redrooffs was  the spot chosen for the Bacchus 1972 reunion last week-end ancl the arrival of  twenty people for the reunion brought a  surge of life to the beach'which it had  probably not experienced in many years.  They swam and relaxed on the beach  they filled the evenings with music with  the sheer joy of life and  being together  ���by Mary Tinkley  proudly displaying newspaper cuttings  about two members of her family who  have recently collected honours. Her  brother, Alvin C. (Smokey) Green, has  just been honored by the Esquimalt Liqns  Club with a trophy as sportsman of the  year. Her grandson, Mike Monks, recently  won trophies inyjjbe Campbell River Festival for bagpipelDlaying in the solo and  quartette classes.  Mrs. Vera Sallis' guests have been her  sister and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs.  Claude Chase, who, for the past four  years have been living a gypsy life, wandering around all over North America in  a trailer. They have now left the trailer  oji her property while they take an Oriental WQ.rld cruise on a Chinese freighter.  The cruise will take them through the  Panama Canal to Florida, Africa and far  Eastern ports before bringing them home  V  '.ii'A  ��� vvt-  *-'v?7v��  L^unjimi  again and they talked far into the night  Old Sol, himself obviously in a party  mood, smiled on them.  Apparently all the men in the group  had been students at Lord Byng High  School, graduating in 1958, and they and  their wives had met for annual reunions  for the past six years. Most of them still  live and work in and around Vancouver,  but-.two couples from further afield had  to plan their vacations in order to attend  the reunion. They were Doug and Barb  Rive who now live in Winnipeg and  James and Evelyn McFeeley- who are  home on a month's vacation after spending the past year in Germany where they  plan to return for another year. They  live in a small town between Cologne  and Dusseldorf, on the outskirts of one of  Germany's great industrial regions.  James McFeeley is teaching English  al a German school while his wife works  in an advertising office. The Bacchus '72  group expressed warm appreciation to  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacques who gave them  the use of their home, Sandford Dene, for  the reunion.  -ttr^Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kadin are home  after spending a week on Main Island  visiting friends. Anton, spent most of his  time fishing, but reports that the fish  were not very plentiful. He did/however,  manage to land a fine 19 pound spring  which he brought home with him.  At" the''Annual "General Meeting of the  Welcome Beach Water Board held last  Saturday, Steve Storey was elected Secretary-Treasurer to fill the vacancy caused  by the expiry of the term of Cliff Connor.  LARGE VARIETY   OF  STEAKS FOR BARBECUE  see  GLYNN TRACY  Garden  Bay Store - 883-2253  "Fine Meats for"Fme People''  -EXPERIENCED  Auto Mechanic  ��� WELDING  ��� TIRE REPAIR  GET-TOGETHER  Another Redrooffs home which teemed  with life and the joy of reunion last week  was that of Mrs. Eva Lyons. Before her  daughter Marilyn and husband Rusty  Russell left to return to their home in  Montreal, a family reunion was held.  Present were Mrs. Lyons' son, Richard, with his wife Jean, her two granddaughters, Susan Pearson and Carol Dash  with their families, her daughter in law,  Leona Laird with daughter Lissa and  Mrs. Florence Thompson a friend of the  Lyons' family for many years.  Marilyn's children, Neville, Frank and  Linda, will be staying with their grandmother for the rest of the school vacation.  IN  BRIEF  Mr. and Bert James, at their Welcome  Beach cottage have as guest Mrs. Elsie  Hemmings  of Vancouver. Mrs.  James  is  TUNE-UP SPECIAL  V-8:   $30  Parts included  6 Cyl:   $22  Parts  included  Halfmoon  ONLYYOUCANPREVENt  FOREST FIRES  Shell  885-9311  AREA  "B"  RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION  ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS  SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th at 8 p.m.  WELCOME  BEACH  HALL  (VISITORS WELCOME)  OUR STORE MAY BE small  ><  BUT OUR SAVINGS ARE  ME  LEJEIDaiHliCIIICKEII=s -4*  SAUSAGEfi0V^NSPE^....l  ERIBS SIDE u85  LE. ROUND STEAK     r*��^*t35  S-RIB ROASTS ^^.^^V9  ___  �����*���"*;  PEAS  "Froio"  'BLsJw'Bffllr'lM^^^ralM'1''*"^  2c$9c   KI#Y BEANS Ubby?'  14 ox,  ���or  63*  me Ripe T  7   .7.  -  'i  ..,.   .y���    .        ....    '; -7 i , !   .7 ���   1,7  CALIFORNIA  CABBAGE  lOCAL  .it  t>   j it if U . i  CHEESE WHIZ  2*. 1.79*   POTATO CHIPS .$Z  W^lfflM^*^)  >**ttaMf|>����sw��W��W*i,8''  2   for ^ J.  ORANGE CRYSTALS^   S^H  4 '<"* ^1  Nabob, Juice,  Cruilicd, Tidbits, 1 % 0*. ,��,  MARSHMALLOWS ',,'t  SHORTENING7**���*?,y  r)i.t<**wt4m**r,,i  tUNCHEQrMEArr*1  mum-;  OK,,  ���,,.���.  Snackory,  "2 io. 69c  2%M  ainnor,   ,    .  YqrJGtiQR '������.  ROYALE FACIAL TISSUE  *'fimtm^fmmiiimffi^mm>im  (iKAFtNUIj 13 o*,  ff\f|l{ICC Pawllnn Bonan*o,  uiimiu Mb, .ii o*. '. f ,���.  ��0<is  29*  _Jr  ,.. J for  4t^69c  tv I AKINta  jumbo  APPLE DRINK}  Sumyoa,  Ww-V.pM  SERVIETTES K^  ~rw~*"J'n*���w~,*,vw^l*M,'  ..CHARCOAL pOUEJIfS; :   v|0  j-Cfiof us, ^',pr;r.:.��.ToVo'"  f mnp* mft.nfi.i��tif.m4*<.i*<*t*tt  i  * t ' > ' '���  ���ttt, '���'' * ***' "   "*      m',1  afmmmmhlmv��^.  'ii ;���  ��� i'  v, ' ."'  SccBiClt Sugicr Mfirkct  '.OTM,.,!^  t,*jtB*M^jw.*��Tii��, Am m'��", i' \t n , n i*i jt"  i    '   .       '    '  ���I  \ \  &  -v*  ���\  \  ll f ���W*v^*--&i&*r"'"&fy'^~  ���  ���   ���     \��� ��� ~        71*7:  \  Aid fo Coluitibia -. . .  X  '  \  HP. 78 77.1:  \  \  s  u:-; .   ,. -i ��� vi :'. i :.  ���"':��� a p h i\c   1 n -i u s t f i e s   ^  .- 4^  .   '-" *J-ii ^    0 7.~*     :. rf'-U .   ��� A ^   ��� \  -\  .'anco jvc:-   i .,   -7.   J . -  jervi'ce  Lp,~*  .���j',,**j*f��w'*yl   ���*  ***. " ,.,    . 4* . .in.- .**: :..., *^  -     . .J'V'^S-i'^sa. .    ....    ~7*-  *uW',-"?"^7 ' .2.;^.*,^^*t*^��**i���,"*^_  Preparing for the evening tide to  launch their diving-board, it almost  looked as though Norm Laidlaw, Bill  Bradshaw and Rick Pearson were  going to attach a motor to the raft,  but it was only an old 200 lb. motor  to be filled with rocks to anchor the  diving board off Davis Bay beach.  Using driftwood logs the raft was  built in one day by the industrious  boys and it has been put to good use  by young swimmers and scuba  divers.  The?  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, July 26, 1972  972 Pages  1-8  Welcome Beach . . .  Annual General Meeting  Community  WHEN President Keith Comyn called  the meeting to order for the annual  general meeting of the Welcome Beach  Community Association last Saturday at  the Welcome Beach Hall, members stood  for a moment's silence in tribute to the  memory of a former member, the late  Jim Rhoades.  Mr. Fritz Leuchte in a few opening  remarks read the declaration^ from the  constitution to remind members that  "The objects of the Society shaJJ be the  promotion of social, intellectual /and  moral welfare of the community and the  promoting of goodwill and fellowship a-  mong its members". He told of his coming lo Welcome Beach in 1945 and of the  difficulties of building a home in those  days when roads were either poor or  non-existent, He, spoke'of *a meeting held  in the Hotel Georgia in March 1947 which  gave birth to the Welcome Beach Community Association and hq remembered  many of., those, who had served the Association and had helped build the hall  who were no longer with up.  , Members heard reports of ��� the past"  year's activities from all members of the  executive. The hall had been in active  uso throughout the winter except, for: a  period whon bad weather hud caused the  cancellation of programs, Tho association  had organized five social evenings, a  la.ont night which hud boon (ho highlight  ' *o f' 11 id" b 01 Vs d n ^ if * C li i5 i r t hTa 8*���cl i ffj^q p: lu f< 1 ���" u*���  garden sale which it was hoped would  become an ...annual event. ..,,...  Ten film evenings hud offered exceptionally flno programs covering1 Canada,  Goimiuny, Austriu, Croat Britain, Japan,  Malaya and Korea, Mr, Louchlo who had  been responsible for planning and arran��  gliig thoHo pi-ograniH, rpportod tho attend-,  mice had ranged from 25 to'"12 and that In  all :W(J pooplo had participated In tho  onlin^ fiorieH. Hq paid tribute to the Lwo  . projgcitioiiiHlH,' Mr, * Comyn and Mr. Fra-  fior,  Tho Shulfloboard' club had had Uh  mont nuecoHHful nnd onjpynblo hqiihoo  wl'ti712 7looms pM'tlqlpatlhg, Tho now  table top had .eliminated many, of' tho  provlouH hazards and Lwo ' lournnmontH  ' hud been oi'ganlzoct.r This yonr,/raid "con"-"  yawn* Jack Hall, a Hyutum of playoffH hnd  , boon iUTun��ud for tho firm tlmo with tho  flnlHhod up with a Hmorganborcl tl'nnui- at  UioTiUloClnrclonR, ' : """ "���'   Tho LndW.Auxiliary, had.had a full  and lmny houhou wiih Un lwo main pro-  Jooln, lho' Clii'lNlninH dlnnoi- nllondod by  over 70 pooplo nnd tho . Country Fair  Which had proved a grout mic.oonn. Tribute was paid to thQ-secrotnry-irohfiuror  -M-Tsr Ed-Cook--who hnd-Wndled'consIdfir-  ablu Huiim of monoy durliif-; -tho Fair  with enro nnd offlcloncjy;  AUix MIIIh, chnlrm,nn of thollnlifmoon  ^uiJuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii^  Bay Centennial '71 Committee reported  that the work done during Centennial  year had increased the value of the hall  by approximately $5,750. He said a great  deal of the load had fallen on the shoulders of Keith Comyn and Bill Fraser of  the Works Committee and he paid special  tribute to Jim Cooper and Andy Hansen  for the use of heavy equipment which, had  really put the parking project over the  top.  Apart from the -Association's, owrn activities,- the hall had been used by the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  for programs fo)r the children and teenagers, by the Ratepayers' Association and  the Centennial Committee for general  and public meetings and by the Halfmoon  Bay ' Hospital Auxiliary for a smorgasbord, dinner,  Mrs, Comyn announced that a group  of Halfmoon Bay teenagers had offered  to drain and clean out the well, but at  the present time the* water level was, tqo  high for this work' to be done.  _,,, Officers elected .fai/the. year 1972-73  "were'Alex Ellis, president; Ed Cook, vice:  president;   Mark   Tinkley,   sec.-treasurer;  ���Mrsv,B,ii.McCrady,,Mi>s.,Ar.1Yqung.,,and,Wm.,,  Fraser, Mr, Ellis in taking the chair paid  tribute to the work of tho retiring officers   and   said   that   the 'now   committee  would  need  to work extremely  hard  if  .��thoy��,,,hopod.4o.,,do,��,a.s*,niucli,v.us-���hucl,,,been��  aehiuvod during the past year.  Jehovah's Witnesses  back from convention  JEHOVAH's Witnesses in this area returned home from their four-day District Assembly at Vancouver's Coliseum  last weekend firm in their conviction  that "Divine Rulership" is the only hope  for mankind.  Gilbert Sallis, Canadian Branch ad-  mini-strator for the���Watch. Tewe^- Soci- -  ety told 11,303 in attendance Sunday  afternoon, "Hope for relief from present  world distress cannot be based on human  rulership.    There    is    only   one    way    to  emancipation,, that  is _,thi;ough......the. Mes-   sianic Kingdom of God, revived in our  time, in the heavens, where the royal  descendant of King David, Jesus Christ  is empowered  as  King."  Local Witnesses listened to a wide  range of speakers cover a diversified  field- of Bible topics including counsel  on developing a good conscience and how  to organize for "DisCiple-making." They  watched two live Bible dramas, with  local casts of up to 50 recreate scenes  from the time of Joseph and Elisha, illustrating the modern application of  mercy   and  humility;  Free or inexpensive . living accom^  modation was provided to delegates fi;om  most provinces and more than 20 States.  In addition, the rooming department sup-  pi��ld weather information, tips on ap-ss  propriate dress and homelike facilities,7  often in the homes of fellow Witnesses,  for teenage delegates traveling alone.  An orchestral Kingdom concert with  original compositions was presented Sunday afternoon. A baptismal arrangement,  always a feature at gatherings of Jehovah's Witnesses saw 174 make a public  declaration of their faith. ,  P   KSCOGNKITON of their special inter-'  i.itiuna! p"o.ject  sponsored by Multiple  xn   ���������;���������    19   of   1-rHM.s- -I-iUemationa],   the  Simslune toast   Lions  Club  has  received  a citation from CARE. >  Ftnir nu'ritibn centers in rural Colombia have been completed by vi lages with  ���i'liilding mateYials ���and equipment provid-  ec! hy CARE, with contributions from dis-  ti-Ii.-t c'ubs. These are first of several to  be l\ui..*? "in partnership'" with villagers  and the host government to benefit thousands cf children now and. many rnore  in Uie future who mi^ht otherwise suffer  ne\c rely, or die, from malnutrition.  Ri ports from CARE's staff in Colom-  ia cite a daily toll of ;100 infant lives"  as a result of malnutrition, man:* of those  s-;-"\;\i:ig the first -critical five years suf-  feriirj���permanent���mental���damage���from  caloric-protein deficiencies.  With the all-important Lions' help���  block-making machines, construction main ia's and equipment not otherwise available���the Lions have a major part* in  he ping thousands of improverished families to overcome *the cycle of malnutrition, poverty, disease and ignorance. The  host government helps with technical  supervision, and transportation of supplies. The villagers provide the land, all  unskilled labor and local materials (sand,  gravel,  rock.)  "Muchas graoias" messages have been  sent via CARE staffs in Colombia from  very grateful Tejarito, La Pinuela, Plan-  eta Rica and San Pedrc^���typical communities for whom the centers mean a  better and healthier life: their school, and  preschool age children receive well-balanced and nourishing hpt lunches, nurs^  ing and expectant mothers and.infants  are daily served enriched bread and vit-  -fH-mnized   milk,   instruction   courses   are  \  held  I'or mothers to learn dietary changes  the   center   is   a   community   focal  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt     7  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. fo 5:15 p.m.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  *, . \ ���  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of JECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad'7 Please-note that SDace is limited and some advance dates smay  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  July  26���8 p.m.   Sechelt  Legion   Hall.   Bingo.  July 27-���8 p.m.  Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Bjngo.  July  28���8  ry.m.   Sechelt  Indian   Hall. 'Binno. x  July 29���10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sechelt sidewalk. L. A. to Guides ar)d Brownies  Summer Book and Bake Sale.  July  29���From   1 1   a.m.   Roalcogor  Ranch,  Garden   Bay  Road.   Rodeo.  July 29���9 .d.m. Roalcogor Ranch. Barn Dance. Live Music.  July 30V-From  10:30 a.m. Roalcogor Ranch, Garden Bay Road. Rodeo.  July   30:���-Parents  without   partners.   Boat  trip   to   Thormanby   Island,  weather permitting.        ' ^  July 30���From   10:30 a.m.   Roalcogor Ranch  Rodeo.  Sr.  Events.  July  31 ���10  a.m.-12  noon   Elphinstone  Secondary  School  and   Sechelt  Efementary School. Summer Workshop. Grade 4 and up.  Aug. 5���8 p.m. Welcome Beach Hall. Area B Ratepayers Assn. Annual.  .Meeting and  election  of officers.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  I Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real, Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phone 885-2235  Or  call   Toll   Free  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  from   the   Greater   Vancouver   Area  ZEnith.2021  FOR SALE  OR  Now Jltf Saw FuswIoh. uil nW.w - I'or  all agCH, at MIhb Doo'k V/hurl' Road,  Secholt.  JOHNSON  Outboard  ,  Sales &, Service  Oty\C Parts and Accessories  886-2812  Sechelt Home Service  Box 636   '    Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Secholt, B.C.  40'  STEEL BOAT  (Chatham Chief II)  671   Diesel -  Electric  Head and  Sink  - - Good   Living   Quarters  -  Winch r Towbar  OR  WORK BOAT  PART TIME  With shofo work for  2 Man Crow.  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Use One or More of these plans to provide all your future needs;  (1) Systematic Savings  (2) Life Insured Savings   (3) Investment Income-Short Term or Long Term'  (4) AlLDeposits Fully' Guaranteed   ''"V"  It 1  BERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET~|LTDr  formorly G&M  Complete lino   of, Gifts,  OPEN, 7 DAYS A ;WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10;00 p,m,  1   Pernio and Tat Shalogan  Hwy 101 . Phono 885-9414  mcrmrm  '.WttUiWtt'uf -/|1 "��|#.��t4��.4^��  pill* A ���firm*, o| 'fltiow  Aim. io  150 r m, fl' r'fi n  Ano, tn  9. m, 11    1 |i m 11  -wwW*feft Hits til^lH l^tmmmtmm-'  , , Mull ...,, Child  limn citOhnw  8 f>m, Q    II pm, fj.  pau|. .m\  mN*t*4 TMWU,  ,.��� Allull   ,      Child  Timn nl filiovy  0 . m U     �� P'rt.-U  miiFiuvriKHAnn  , Artull at-.|l>1  Tlnm nl fltmw,  �� P m. Ll    9 p m, (.']  VIKK| CAIlfl  4.N��r���� TMk^I  Ailull  1 inm nl niiim  1 P m. U     1pm  Chilli  Sot*��  BUY NOW AND SAVE!  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W l^i u- mfK H��ml<��H By HWHlliH \  Depends upon facilities  V  1 4. l  Ptage B-2      .;     The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 26, 1972  \  \*  or mm  \  CAN    a   camper   camp    his    camper    or  can't a \*>mpercamp his camper. tJ.ut  appeal's  to  be7-the  question. -���     ���'.'.,  The query \arose after alderman Ted  Hume had apparently 'received a complaint from a resident regarding a ca-m-  l>i*r brim; parked . near the, hoat launch-  inc. rump The major concern appeared to  I.i*   Hit-  ramplii-*-'   huill   hy' Ihe   leiiiporary  I. .il..;-fM ::.-- - .--    ��� "fin \ve alli.w cam|.ifM-:  lo camp m the  \illa;*;R-"  (|iie-:i ioiit'*(i  Mi',   lliiin'tv  "There i*. ifrdly nullum*, wi'oiii* with  ii." mayor Waller IVlerson roplii*.!, "ll  depends where they locate. If (hey have  no toilet lacililies. how can they camp  there?"     ��� '.  The mayor added that it would also  depend upon the camper having a holding tank and said the only problem  would be sewage.  "I don't think it's a problem big  enough to make an ii.nuo of," ho said.   -3  | DOCKS ���  RAFTS  I  F  with \  Polystyrene  Floatation   Billets  Peterson, "lhe only thing "wo "TanVdo  is send the $20 and see what happens  v/hen   they inspect   it."  Alderman Charles Mandelkau said he  had** looked over the blacktopping at the  tennis courts and. ��� "didn't lliink it was  a   first   class   job.  .Aid,    I Hi son    recommended    tvhat    lhe  vill.ii'.e   .,t\)ul   a   -lei lei*   ol   appifiiatum   t< c  11 !������    .;il>:.i'*n:     \ i.liiiitr-e.i     hie   derailment  lul-   ilip'wui'k   Hie   iuPint.it.*)'!'  did   in   fon-.  jii-iictii.ri'wi.li  the  Sea Cavalcade.  t_7**t___77r__77si__77i7c*i��i^^  1  i  tt(cinAonville  1-^lasticS   rJLtli.  86 Gavinchy St.,  985-7101  NORTH  VANCOUVER  1  g I'lUIMII      V ni1*~wu T  i-ix g  m��HWMfm��ffiMgM��M^MiMMMMM*&��i_\  Fot   Quick   Resells   Use  Times   Adbrieis  New Ambulance at  mill  E. C. Sherman, resident Manager of    senting the keys for a new .universal    aid   attendants  Canadian Forest Products Ltd., Howe    rescue ambulance  to J.  M.  Walker    operation.  Sound Pulp Division, is shown pre-    and 0. M'. Price, security and first  at   the  Port   Mellon  To booze or not to booze . . .  Developer wants to know  if council wants a hotel  A SPOKESMAN for a local developing  company approached council at its  regular meeting last week and wanted  to know if town fathers would approve  the idea, of building a hotel���beverage  room   et   al���in   the   village   of   Gibsons.  Olaf   Klasen,   speaking   on   behalf   of  P&O  Developments  said  that  if   council  would give its blessing on a Jwitel devel-_  opment,   then   his   com pa ny/wqiuld   seriously  consider  buildinjfTmij*  Mayor Waller Peterson said, "we don't  want to see a cheap beer parlour go in  the harbour area, what we want to  see is a convention  hotel���one that will  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Rood - Sechelt - 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings,  Fine English china cups and saucors.  Boutique   items,   local  artists  paintings.  mmnmMMMM��  WHHWimHWHHHflHIWIWIIIIIWIIWMinilHHIIWIi  JMII>ll>IMM>IIIMIIII>MMMIMMI>IIIIMaillMHIimiMIIIIMIir  AGRICULTURAL  FARM  Open for demonstration of  Green Manuring  11 q,m��� to 4 p.m,  Eyory Saturday  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Crock.  FREE ADVISORY SERVICE  Phone 886-2592  lMHIHMMMHIMaaUIMtMM)MMaMIIIIIMMIIMI*l"aillMIIIIIIII.IH  promote  tourism."  "At the same time," Mr. Klasen commented, "I also question council's wisdom  in allowing old homes in the area.  "At the same .time," added the mayor, "they ,a*-e old enough that they can  be phased * out."  "But at the same lime," added the  developers' spokesman, "you are bringing  old homes in." The mayor replied that  perhaps older homes are being brought  in but reiterated that' no newer homes  are added to the waterfront area, "and  consequently the others con be phased  out."  Mr. Klasen, who had previously been  affiliated with Landwest Development,  told council members tlint he was no  longer associated with that group.  "If there is ��� any doubt in council's  mind about my intention und about my  background," Mr. Klasen added, "then I  would  'ike to hear about  it."  "No," affirmed ' AVedrm.ui -lorry'' nix-  on, "1 don't think thut has anything tu  do with   it."  The s|Kikesmnii also commoiited"Hint"  ho would like lo have a clarification untl  liason between council, the plunnur und  himself.  _���^J(yilViLJMl'5fL9i?iLl ��� J Jl1?,. J.)UlL.GLjJ?J.c1l.  wuti-rl'i'ont, Mayor Walter Potorson pointed to lho sketched drawing of thu-. nuu'��  inalslnnd-hotel complex Ihnl was prepared nroiind throe yours ago' find now  iidoi'iis Iho walls of the council chuin-  bor, lie said plans for the oomploN culled  fur  pa/king space   fur -lilt)  earn,  "Cun't thin group muko any cIooImIoiih  on Huh' miiltoi'," usUod Mi7 Klaxon,'  "Not until wo work out HoUiIIh of u  hotel with mil' planners," repllod llio  nuiyor,  'Mi KIiimoii presented mu^h Hludchos  of nholol propositi .lo council,'  ll was ulmi pointed out that n park-  liilV Hpnou In I'oqulrocl for ovory I'tvo hoi. Is  lit ii hovuriii-io room, uh woll uh uiui Hpueo  I'or every   1,1   rooms,   Brunch   10U   Royal  Canadian   Legion   was   cited   as   an   example.  "The legion is going to have to have  97 parking spaces (when it moves into  its new premises)'', said Mayor Peterson.  In other council business, an invitation from the Sunshine Coast Regional  District to participate in the undertaking of feasibility studies was declined by  Gibsons  municipal   leaders.  "Al this time We, Jha\;e nothini* that  I can see and therefore there is no reason, to participate," said the mayor.  "There might be something coming up in  1he future, but at that lime wc could  Join them. The matter was tabled.  Post OHice issues  postcards with stamps  NKW Canada cards, postcards with matching stamps, are now on sale ul post  offices throughout Canada.  "'���''"'��� ','"Tli.''*''''cT>l'ii',fW  five,   depict   different   scenes   lliriiuchoul.  Hie country,   Prions $f Tor it "set' of five,  In other business, a request by John,  Hatch of Jory Holdings to put a duplex  on the rear half of a lot in the North  noad-H"i!!crest area was temporarily  turned down because there is already one  house on the lot. The zoning bylaw could  change the picture, and it was toward '  this end thai mayor Peterson refused to  agree with alderman Hume's suggestion  that a flat refusal be given the request.  "He's got a specific request to put it  on such m.d such a lot," said Aid. Hume.  "so We should say no."  "We can't give a blunt no because  there is a possibility of il changing,"  the mayor commented.  Mr. Hume said he didn't feel council  should,   "give   the   guy v the   runaround." ���  Aid. Jerry Dixon suggested he be told  under the present bylaw he couldn't  build two houses on the- one lot, but  the planners are giving the matter consideration. His suggestion was carried.  It was agreed to send the $20 fee to  renew the Gibsons-Sechelt airport license.  Following receipt of the renewal fee a  department of transport inspection will  be carried out and if the site meets  the department's standards the license  'will   be  renewed.  "What  would  happen with this  if the  license isn't  renewed," asked Aid. Dixon.  "It  would just he closed," said mayor  New ambulance  at Pori Mellon  THE KEYS to a new universal rescue  ambulance were turned over to security and first aid attendants J. M. Walker  and O. M. Price at Canadian Forest Products Ltd., Howe Sound Pulp Division,  Port Mellon  last Friday afternoon.  E. C. Sherman, resident manager,  made the presentation of the vehicle,  which gives the mill the very best in  ambulance services.  The amhbulance is capable of carrying four stretcher cases, two suspended  from wall and ceiling hooks and two at  floor level. Two of the stretchers are  stored in a lockable, weatherproof roof  compartment, with ^he other two ready  for instant  use.  The ambulance is fully equipped with  oxygen Ihej'tfpy equipment, resuscitation  equipiiiep-t and an all-level Porno Washington, cot which enables lhe first aid  attendant to Irmd und unload the patient  single handed.  haret  DANCING  9:30 to  1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  ^parktinq, ^rpple  9 -^PPl  SATURDAY,  JULY 29  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway  101     ���     Cover  Charge    ���     886-2472  lMWIIWIW��l��������l��1��M��.WMWII��l������iniW��ll����^^  *  -Cork soled (canvas uppers) shoes  ���Thongs by Lyons (Regular $5) $3.00  ���Tank Tops (Regular to $8.95)  $3.95 to $6.95  ���Shrinks (Values'to $7.95)     ' - : $495  ���FORTREL SLIMS striped and plain    $8.95 and $10.95  ���JEANS white and navy flares ((Regular $7.50)       $4.99  ���PANT SUITS (Regular $49.00)   .....  $25.00 and $35.00  ���Pant Toppers, fortrel and jersey, etc. $7.95 to $16.00  ���Bermuda and short-shorts   -  $2.95 and $5.95  ���Cotton sleepwear nightie sets,  mini gowns, never-press . .���        ���$2.95 to $12.95  ���SKIRTS long printed arnel for hostess or lounge  sonie cotton and fortrel   $6.95 to $9.95  ���DRESSES cotton, never press, arnel polyester,  crepe and fortrel from    $5.00 to $16.95  ���Cotton bras, full slips, half slips, never press .    . $1.49 to $2.95  ���SWIM SUITS���Terry jump suits, cover up,   all 1/3 off  ���Cofrans cotton prints, one size fits all  $9.99  ^rvt  i  elen 5  ^jradhlond  Gibsons  Phone 886-9941  5-UMUIMIWMWt^^  CARPETS  .OF  DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  '     FROM  M��*W����ttWH��Bf*��'S't  BILL.EDNEY, Manager  .  ' ' i  "When you see  ^MM.asjman.yif.  KENDeVRIES  mtt^mymm..-  . t f * pfMf p99*4l W. **!*��� 4. W I  happy  food customers  go through  your doors  ���w Im ��ii^(���'!pi<��'***"itt4iqt?ri^^ K^n^n*BiffBini(��p  ���  os we do,  it brings  "Un!       P| ""Imp "wH w. "  to ypur eye/1  ^*l&ttWlltBtlHt*fl^i^t^^  NOTICE  OF LNQUIRY  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT  TAKE NOTICE THAT, pursuant to Section 1*1 of tho Pollution Control Act,  1967, lho-Director of Pollution,Control will hold a I'ubllolnqulry com*  menclnc 9:30 a.m. oh Monclay,-AprU-'30,-1973; In the Nowcombo Auditorium, Victoria, British Columbia.  Tho Inquiry is being hold to .consider,the technical aspects bearing upon  tho control of discharges to water and/or Innd and/or air originating from  Municipalities or other sources "where wastes such as domestic sewage or  refuse aro Involved, It Is intonded'to determine tho measures which must  bo adopted by dischargers of such wastes lo satisfactorily ensure pollullojn  YOUR  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway ax V/yngaort Road, Glbfons  Phono 886-7112  * CARPETS   * TILES,   * LINOLEUMS  HOURSs       ,  Closed Monday/Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ^ Friday NighUJI 9 p,mf  mmtw<iifti^mft?s^im  Lm_M-%___\-^%_���,hw~  DOLLAR  *       i, ���     '  TORc  Gibsons  mmimm^mi^mm^'^  As provided in the "Act; the Director will dotormlno Ills own nrocbclui'ofj  for tho Inquiry and this may require tho giving of additional evidence  under oath by nnyono who has made a submission In accordance with  thl? Notice Only evidence relevant to tho Inquiry and falling within tho  Itaibntof.Llya Pollulion Control Acl,"1967, may.bo.prosohled at tho Inquiry,-.  An Information Shoot olntarfUlng upon the terms of reference nnd procedures to assist'Interested parties In the preparation and submission of  briefs for the Inqujry Is available upon request from lho ���undersigned.  TUB DIRECTOR OP POLLUTION CONTROL UKANCII  ;*j^WAT.GIU-lGSQURqCSJfcWJ^  PARLIAMUNr IllJILIDINC'S  ���w*��imfc"i��!wiww��  VICTQRIA-'lUilTISII COLUMI1IA  W. N,Vnnnl>lfli,P,.nnpf,     PiroclwrvMluiluii Control Branch  wpmm  ��B��  ���TO"  "t"* ���#_ !___���_. DEPARTMENT OF I,ANI)fl< FORTRSTB, AND WATER RESOURCES  xMSi '��� WATER RRB  ^J^rOUUTJiON  B'OURORa DRRV1CR  CONTROL IBRANCU, VWTORIA) B.G,  ii ii  ..it  *   Ih'.al  ���'     .      '  T  J  f-  mK*mmm4m<#**im44*m*  "   V  , )       '   V    ' *l  1      I  I  ���    II  *���r  "\ \  l*>*.'. . . : . .-��?ip$��?fv"'  \  W  \  !$%*  Wednesday, July 26, 1972  Ppjwell River News  Page B-3  \  ^.���.>.i.a.......i.i.....ijiti/<i.i.i/ti>i i^ija^^y^T^Fri^w^t^FT^^f^a  <A.  "   "KrBl^-J"'1 t_l        ������  l;'i.'.'.'.'.'..'.|.|.'.'.|.|.|.|.|.|.'.'.|.'.|.','.i.i.i.'i,'yy?yy77.i.i.i.i.i.i'i  :'���__:���   *'\'i^'*'*''''t ���'���'���'''*'"'���'''''���'���'*'���'''���''*���'���'���'���'���'���'***'���'���'���'���'**���'���*���'���'���**  )   X  Unless iire a big one . . .  not necessary outside village  A   PERMIT   to  build   campfires   outside  tlKr~vTHage  of-Gibsons ~ts "nol  neces-~  sary,   according  to  a  spokesman   for   the  local   RCMP,   unless   the   fire   is   larger  than four feet by three feet. ;  On the other hand, burning permits  are required for all types of fires, including campfire and the burning of ' rub-  liish, inside the village limits. These  'of an offence and is liable to a fine not  exceedin-g-$500. ���   RADIO  & TELEVsS  dealer fo'r:  ZENITH  RCA.  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  / v ,. t -     ���  1* ^t* ���j* ^n  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *       *       #       *  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C  ^Mil!irfili!lillillill!llillliS|;!!lll!Hii!lll!!Jl!i;il  BSE  por-  LOW, LOW PRICES  Hopkins   Gala   Day  Hopkins Landing held its annual gala   < over a successful two-day event. De-    get-together   in   the   hall   Saturday  days  over the  weekend  and  warm    corated flotillas, fishing derbys and    night,  sunny weather helped organizers put    water sports led up to the community  mits  are obtainable without charge from  the x municipal  office.  The question of when a fire permit  is or is not required appears to extend  some doubt in the minds of Gibsons and  district residents, as complaints have  been received by both RCMP and municipal officials on the building of camp-  fires.  Should any open fire for other than  cooking or any open  fire  larger than  the  (Wo  reasonable offer will  be  rejected)  12x44 SAFEWAY    . . . "Under $6,000  12x48 PRINCETON . . under $6,000  12x64 PRINCETON . . under $8,500  24x40 PRINCETON . . under $9,000  maximum four feet by three fteet be  required, a burning permit must be obtained from the appropriate forestry official.  Any forest service officer has the  authority to prohibit fires or order any  person to extinguish a  fire.  Some of the conditions which must  be observed include: fires must not be  set but, started or kindled in any area  where the forest service, owner or tenant  has posted notices prohibiting fires and  fires must not, be located within 10 feet  of 'any���left���stump-,���snag ���or���standing  35 others���new and used���all C.S.A. approved. Bank  financing up to 10 years with minimum down payment  ���several local spaces available.  trees.  Fires  must   not  be   located  within   50  feet   of   slash   or . inflammable   debris 017  structures and a suitable shovel of pail,  or equivalent container of a capacity of  not less than two gallons filled with  water must be kept available at the fire  at all times.  All inflammable material must be removed down to mineral soil for a space  of at least three feet in every direction  from  the  edge  of  the  fire.  Material to be burned shall be in  hand-built piles no larger than four feet  in diameter and three feet in height and  all fires must be attended, at all times  and be completely extinquished before  leaving the fire.  These regulations do not apply to  stoves using gasoline, propane, or briquets or to approved permanent enclosed  campsite   fireplaces.  .Every'person who contravenes any of  lhe provisions of this regulation is guilty  2667 Kingsway  Vancouver 434-0208  >MIAAIWIflfl>IMIMIflllfUUIMUUIII^  !:    -.. * r. .- .- .,, (By Jack Mills)  *  The Officials  Officials and record - keepers wero  busy ancl on the alert Saturday afternoon during Hopkins Landing's .annual gala'days.'��� Swimming' competitions were held for young and old on  Saturday afternoon.,   vVANNA beIV The original route, .in cu.se  you  didn't ' know;  our  town   daddies  ���'ll|{0'*H'or'^lho''wCMbsons'^by-pHRa,'*-'-wlll"-*go~"  through  como  hull  or  high  walor,  And  good I'or uur -lowivduddluH If it does,Per-,  Honully wo couldn't cure lo.su If Iho roud  goes I hrough our front living room, but  ll Ih h good oipou to I'lnttlly roach tho  ruallzallon Unit something'!*, going to hap-  pon, Council agreed,, to send, a, feller to  lho highways,, group In Victoria,' asking  I'or lho Hli'ir'ln'i! ditto of construction, "no'w  Unit your office, hau approved lho original  pl'Ul��wA.J.9,U.ox.'��) J'llo .i\t tho village of-  Nob .goes >vorbali.im7 , , '.'I havo'.oxaminod  tho abovo (original plant, for lho by-pass)-  and am agrooablo to' huiiVo'," It's signed  by M, G, Elston, senior approving officer,  Regard 1okh< of tho erys nnd whimper's,"  mayor Wally and IiIh gang deserve, credit'  for tholr Intestinal  fortitude and  deter  mination and I sincerely bclicvo they are  going lo uet their credit in 'terms of tho  J,W-P��s,il,M,~3pM.que]^^  Joe i,s coming! Pushing commercial  onlcrprisos Isn't our bag, but lhe local,  movie palace (Hay Boothroyd inMsts It.  Isn't a commercial enlerprlt.0) has a  movie coming up that you Jusl (shouldn't  miss, The name of the flick Is Joe, and  rest assured ll Isn't for tho pi'lasy typos,  We've seen It twice and it makes I am  Curious Yellow, look, llko a UGW, mooting! But-H's fu'mij* In a sick way'and If  you go wllli tho Idea It Is funny, you'll  I�� M �� h, ,���/ril��r.Q, ���, J h^J a n y 1,1 a g q ^ 11 k a you'vo  never .hoard (who 'aro',you.4i'yli)g t,o, kid,  ma'am/') s,eonos you wouldn't bullovo unci  although the film Ih probably closo to  lwo years old���it's TODAY, Sec ll, Jusl  for ,tha soke of snyinR you did., But ono  thing, m'am, don't, take your husband���-  it'll probably' shock hlml    '  House Hunting?  CALl  Jack W'Hite  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  '���";���"'"��*������.'--.���;���:.-'-Gibsons�����������������-���     ��� -���������, '���������  886-2481 ��� Ross 886-2935  Sunshine Coast  There arc only eighteen lots  available   in    Redroofs  li.ilalcs,  ..Only.^elfthlci'i. opportunities^  "for' so'iho luelTy "'fiunlly"*lo*  find   tho   perfect   (.iimnier  ..place.....     ,  Ueilroofs IMnles Is two  hours away from Ihu elly in  a beautiful wooded urea  lhat',*. cIomj lo the wuler.  The lots arc liii��e, everything. Itiiiear, and prlcci*. slurt  iin low as $3251} wiih $325  clown.  RedRoofs  Estates  I'lione Unlay.  (.H3-K1II 124 hours)   MUX-IRVING  KUALTYtTD. 72-  SONS B  SUPPLIES (197  Next to Sunnycrest Plaza  *    -.    ** .   *   4  (�� ��*   %   *l   f   *   *   *   4.1 *   b   * <).   j*    . '-\  \  \  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  ������--.- .   \  Joint hostesses at bridal shower  ��� Phyllis  Guriuw Itnd  Kay-Butler wcrc\  joint   hostesses   at    tlite   home   of   the  latter   on   Thursday ��� evening   when   they  enU'iThmcd    at    a   charmingly    arranged '  .sliiiwer   for  bririe-cleet   Nancy  L<?  Warne.  -To  tlie   chair   I'or   the   guost* of   honor  tin (>o 'null    beaut il ii I    white   ribbons   had  i.^.'ii   atuu-hed   wiih    Un-i-ly    blue   forge*!-  nic-iioi.. and t-vf|uV:iiP pink came lias. Paste) colored balloon-: were very decorative,  Naric wa: rpcipient of nurnerou*-- pretty  and u-.chii present    from those attending  \vli.. \Vi*i>". Wr-rnly ("iii'inf-.v. Sylvia Hugh pi.,  Lunia   -l )ntonn.   Mrs.   t'ail.y,   "Betty   Cos*  \-i.ld.   Mis.   I.,e   Warne,   Bennie   Hofl'm'.n,  Helen   W<-iii]kui(II.   Mm..   Arnold   and   Bat  (^urney.  Also invited, not present but sending  gills were Vi Price, Duff Duncan, Sharon  Gurncy, Sherri Husby, Marnie BabarAnn  Gumey and Margaret Le Warne.       \  Delicious refreshments were served  on tlie  patio.  "Ml      a    ll  ���'��� I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I p p I I I I I I I I1 I I I I I ��.m  A  v.       __.  By Marion Charman .  iflaSi W  $$fi-212f         '      '      ' ���      ..���      1     ....,.,.���      4���  S-hewe-r-for-Linda-W-illiams ���-���  Miss Linda Williams was honored at  a bridal shower Wednesday evening when  Mis. Susan Rogers and Mrs. Grethe Taylor were co hostesses.  Attractive decoration:; were yellow and  white Many beautiful gilts were received Attending were Mosdumes Beryl Williams, Krinu H.ntf.y, Sandy Page_ Helen  Weinhrmdl, Marion Hopkins, lidith Ken  lietl  and  Vivian  Abrams.  -  Not    present    Iml    sending   gilts   were  Mesdames   Benny   Oultuii.   Bal   Verhulsl,  'Tin Hi Rjornson, Mary Diiuglas, LyTaTTead,  Aimed;. Whiting and Mary Stenner.  A very pleasant social lime was enjoyed at this delightful party, concluding  with   a  delectable  buffet  supper.  Personals  Bill and Helen Weinhandl and Mark  have returned from a trip to Paradise  Hill, Sask., where they visited Mr. Wein-  handl's father. The parly had a very enjoyable motoring vacation, stopping to  see relatives and   friends along the way.  Mr. and Mis. W. S. Potter from North  Vancouver���y4���Gibsons..   Th��n--d&ttffMety  DAYS   of   L'.n*al   outdoor   ad\ onkprb-���run,  fun and fellow-hip while .sharing an  unforgettable christian experience are in  store I'or those using the facilities of the  Baptist  Gamp on  Keats Island.  The camp has a nautical theme. Whalers Village 1972 and there is a selected  full-time summer .staff geared up for  the best camping season yet. Tbe main  purpose of the Camp is to share the.  fined  news of .lesils Christ.   ,���.,      .-.'.bin   i orlloro   :ire_rcsponsible  lor lb*' M*\en i:uii|H*r-; in their cabins. A  lull crev7 of i-anipers number. about 101)  and Ihe season run- from tlie v\u\ of June  to   the   ireginn'iMg   of   September.  Landlubbers, it's a great way to shape  up  this  summer���ship  out   to   Keats!  Levied $100 line ior  possession marijuana  ���V  Cold Turkey, Joe A __***j\  this week's film fare  WHAT   happens   when   aiN **\ il   tobacco  *    company   ol'l'ei.--   $:'7>,.KH,l,..'.0   lo   an.i-n-  tli'r   lnwn   io   stop   siiiiikin:;*,    for   110   i l:iV*- ���   And    what'7liai>pens    when    4.0.Hi    heavy  smokers, irom   Eagle-Rock,   Iowa  take  up  tlie challenge. See the hilarious  battle.o  7th7butt. "Cold Turkey." at Gibsons, Twilight   Theatre    starting   today    (Wednes-  ci-a^) July  26  and  running  through  unti  Saturday.   Ambitious   minister   Dick   Van  Dyke    manages    to    si.L>,n    up    the    entire  lnwn,  even  diehard   Dr.   Barnard   Hughes  and   the  super-patriolio Mull   Society   B  rinded   iri   the  outstanding   cast   are  Bon  Nrwhart. Pippa Scott and 1*71 ward Everett  ll..rum   TvT*p .colorful  comedy, rated  GP,  contains   some   course   ktnp.tUH;?,   aeourd-  iiit;  lo  lhe   B.t".   film  classifier.  Starling Sunday July .-.ll and running  through, to Wednesday. August '1 is "Joe",  a film of social comment that's bound to  have an underground reputation before  it  leaves the screen.*?.  It presents both sides of the generation  gap and manages tp be sympathetic to no  one. Norman Wexler's screenplay suggests that each group must share the  blame:  the  only  solution  offered   is  sex.  \   .  The Peninsula "times  ��� \  Wednesday, July 26, 1972  "V  \    7  A typical day has morning watch after  breakfast and ends with evening watch  in the chartroom or outdoors at Ihe  Crow's Nest, which overlooks Howe  Sound -The charlroom is a large* comfort  able room with a cheerful fireplace, an  ideal  spot   for  conversation.  Nearby on Ihe boardwalk  is the -Mariner's    Inn    mall    shop,    which    nol    only  sells  ice cream   but   also  sweat   shirts.  T-  shirts and  books.  Next   is the vvheellvouso  .������..vvi.iii*Ji.-^kujMeK-.^i^_a.-..ch;,ipel   and'" gyiimuz  )AN1EL -Thomas Weatherhill of Gibsons  appeared in court earlier this month  on a charge ol possession of marijuana.  I le was levied a fine of $100.  N Kdward Bla.-.ki of Gibsons was convicted on a clinrge of impaired driving  and was fined .'MM I'm* the offence, in  default payment to serve I T> days in jail.  In   addition,   his   driving   privileges   were  .impended   I'm* a  period of one month.  Thomas Cox of no fixed addressed was  convicted on a charge of obtaining money.  not love. Peter Boyle, known for his TV  commercials, is disturbingly convincing  in the title role as the ultimate slob and  supreme bigot whose method of dealing  wiih those he hates is to eliminate I hem.  Profanity and nudity are well in evidence  in keeping with the film's intent. Along  wiih the whole entertaining episode goes  the B.C. film classifier's warning: Nudity,  sex, drugs and very course   language.  n  Miss Cathy Bolter who is now employed,  was over briefly. Mrs. Bolter is former  Elphinstone Secondary School principal.  Sherry Loit77 visited over a' month with  her aunt, Annie Gehripg at Powell River.  Todd Loitz was a patient in St. Mary's  Hospital  Kolly and Ann Spencer, former local  residents who now reside at New Denver, were guests at the home of Fred and  Marybellc Holland for five days last,  week.  John and Margaret (nee Collins) Cor-  letl of Delta are happy over the birth of  a baby daughter, Jennifer Ann, on July 9  at Richmond General Hospital, a sister  for Kevin. John and Margaret are both  former  Gibsons  residents.  . Mrs. Aline Hollowink was hostess to  a' large'number of friends at her home  on Rosamund Road Tuesday morning of  last   week.  Congratulations and best wishes for  every success lo John Bunyan on ac-  c-uiiini; Oilmnvr Variety Shop at Sechelt.  We heard a young man'holding forth  about how he would clean-'up the local  beaches (with oilier people doing the  worf; of course) but il was good to see at  one of .Iho frequented waterl'ronl areas  iccently a lady (who was waiting for her  family to finish their swimming) just  quielly picking up broken glass and rubbish and putting it in Ihe provided garbage  cans.  Grade (i and 7 B.oys Sea Farers arriving  nl   Keats   today, July  2(i,   will   be  fit  Ihe  Baptist  Camp there  until August   1,  The   Family   Camp,   which   went   oul  yesterday,  had  enjoyed  six  days of  per-  ,.l;vfoeb..weather,���.;.��.*.-i.;-..,,--..-.-.-, -.-,-,.,-.���.��� :.,���-���.;-..-,..,.., ;,���.,,..-,;.,.-  Guests a I  Ihe homo of Mr. nnd Mrs,  Vince   Bracewell   are   Iho   latter's   sister,   Mrs,. Flora   AlberUson   and   Gaylo  from"  North Vancouver.  Visiting Mr.  and Mrs. J. Davidson or  Roberts Creek were Ihcii^sou Rev, Adrian  Voysey   ami   family   I'n'm   Sidney,   li.C,  -^��iiiiil^,Mf:��,���"Vl..-..SIiupl)ui'a^,l'r()in���C'be.sbli,u,".  Knglund.  The  Vuyscys will  leave shortly  I'or    the    Diocese   of   (.Ju'Appolle,   Sask'.,  wlwro  Rov,  Vnysoy  will   hn (Anglican),  rc-clur  of   Wiidenii   anil   live  surrounding  points  ,        Mrs. Davidson's slsler,, Mrs. V��� Audley  ���from  Vedder  Cinv.iiig,  paid  a  visit   here  to Join'llio .family reunion,  Mr, aw! "Mrs, O.SwnpsomU'.ll Truo-  man Road, were very happy In have Mr,  Hwaniion's  two   nolens  visit   I'or   II) days  Mt'HiJ-.U.tb.c.i'.l Kli.lmnLw.l.iluiioiui-.l'-yoiii'-oid  . gi'iinfU<.|inighU*r*'* l'.)iinlol|(>-.--|i]kliinfl, cnmo  from Boston, IVIiish,, Mr, Hwanson had no)  '"noon 'Mrs. lilhhinrl for ���ll! years. The other  nehv (who visited here lwo years ago)  Is Mrs, Bill 'Ri'liMimm,' I lur homo Is* in'  Los Angeles nnd nl'le recently had her  ulslor go lo vlwli  her I here  sium.   connected   in   turn   wiih   lhe   clam  shack   dining   room.  The day's activities cover a wide  range of land and water sports. Waterfront is the big attraction. Power ancl  sail boats, cutters and I'owboats enable  all hands" to learn* the laws of the sea,  while an enclosed area with diving  boards is provided to teach newcomers lo  swim and help others improve. Boatme  and  lifeguards are always on duty.  Those  who  pass   tests  of  seamanship  nature study,memorizing and other ski II.-  are aw'at^^d-4H*d-ges*--oH-eomplol-i-o-ii t+f-4+i  course.  Canoeing water skiing, etc. can giv  you a whale of an appetite and whe  ship's bell summons' campers head fo  hearty breakfasts, lunches and dinner  and rest assured there is much prais.  for  the  cooks.  Four   lead  counsellors  known  as  cap  tains   run   the   program   while   the   skip  "by means oT a worthless cheque. He  pleaded guilly to the charge and after  hearing Ihe accused's lengthy record for  similar offences the court sentenced him  to serve  l!i clays  in jai  Aside from the cow, other animals in  different parts of tbe worfd which produce milk are the water buffalo, camel,  sheep, reindeer," goat and the zebu (the  sacred cow of India).  n  s  For all your real estate needs on the  Sunshine Coast.  LORRIE GIRARD  MacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.  886-7244 - 886-7760 or Van. 926-5586  LUNCHEON MEAT  JUBILEE, 12 ox. fins  $199  20 h.p.  One Only  1965  MERCURY  249��5*  POLSKI DILLS  BICKS, 32 o*. jar  1972  MERCURY  s  4 h.p.  One Only  JELLO, Reg. 4 o*.  SEA GLIDER  WATER  SKIS  31,95,55*95  LIFEJACKETS  All Sixes - All Prices  SKI BELTS AND  SKI TOW ROPES  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street1. Sechelt  885-9626'  CANNEDHAMS  MAPLE LEAF, VA Ib. Hn  BARGAINS IN MEAT  GROUND BEEF  3 LB. PKG. -     f HYERS CUT-UP __\ lie  GRADE A FRESH FROZEN  -I-B.  WIENERS Bulk      v  FLETCHER'S No. 1 .JV71. LB.  RIB STEAK $139  CHOICE. BAR-B-Q SPECIAL .  LB.  41.  "COFFEE  INSTANT. MAXWELL HOUSE, 6 ox. jar  MARGARINE  MOM'S, 3 lb, pkfl.  PRODUCE FEATURES  bamarat  I      Ml ���> (  There',?NoJob  Too Big For Us!  THE MODERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR_   HOME  OR  FW��|tfwJ����toB��S*WS��ffl'<i��t,l  ���BUSINESS  It Costs Loss Than You Think  BULLDOZING ��� EXCAVATING- ROADWORK  GRAVEt AND  SAND  COFFEE' ,   , "* '���-  REG. BLUE RIBBON. 10c Off Label  ,     f. ,..,..,..     . ,,.   i^  TOILET-TISSUE 7   ' 'mhit  PUREX WHITE, 4 rolls"  ., .���. LB.  "V  CELERY  STALKS     ���  lEMONS.  ie&?tt]. WS��� ^*Wi��u  TOMATOES  REEF STEAK  ;; DOG FOOD  7R0YER- 15 ox; tins a������*  *fjr*;**Vn)iV.ri .-immnm-ft  i4^i*N"atM*(<*'"(��#��**������***t��'*��*w*f��'+i��**i'  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd.  ...:t,.,<..  FREE ESTIMATES  ANYWHERE  988-7766  CANlMED EOir!  "'i       111   i ,  SHASTA, 10 ok,'tins .,,.:���;.,..���   CHARCOAL   grill-time  T*rW!#^  FROZEN FOOD  :'EiSB':AND:cHlFs3r::  FRASER YALE, 20 qx. pkg.  FROZO, 2 lb.'pkg.'  GREEN BEANS  ' ' .'   ���                 '       ���  CO-OP, 2 lb. pkg   ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  . <  730 E. KEITHS MORTH'YANCOUYER  t4i"'       \\m  \f _f\_\ I  GIBSONS,  JB.C,  SERV  f.i,  PHONE  88G-2B2��  >   L  i>A  , *. . .-.Ill   ' .  I .  I  <   I    ,1  I    t I  b \  ������r ;v  \\  V  \  ><;l;lvlvl';!!v!v!-!v?'l-!vlvVvvvv^;.;.;';.v^  ���\  liiMiw^i^iiili  :���:���':**:���:���:���:���:���:  The.Pcninsiila Times Page B-5  " Wednesday, July 26, 1972  \  -s-1-' ' ��� ' l  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy ahd  Air Rorce  Unit 357  by Adam McBride  P.H AT.CUT.   Alikum,  Rlmlom!  I lisiw lippn | utterly aiLnrkecl hy a  fviend who ha:.- a very strong inl'liience  over me   il ���-���,,*.��� h  ll owe Ii lift money) nhi.nit (ipfm���  im;   (-very   "ANAV.RTS"   CORNISH    with  the same Enyli^li -word "Ciroetingsf"!  As he strode furiously up arid down  our kitchen (4 ft. by *, 6ft.) in his green  and orange polka dpi summer shorts, the  magnificence of his rantings was much  lessened because of the necessity to climb  oveV the table, four chairs, two dogs, and  our rattan bureau, whose eight drawers  were varnished in a fully pulled out ppsi-  W  varicose    vein    protuberances    were    an  exact replica of the road layout of West  Vancouver   (with   the   dog's   two   te<?th  holes  precisely   markfhg  Horseshore  Bay  and   Ambleside Park).  While  vainly  try-  i-fH* lo detach the cat from his other leg,  he   told  me  of   the  troubles   he  has   run  into up here just because of language dif-  r.rence*'.   and   l.igolry,   (which   I   always  tlioughl   wa::  the  criminal  acl   of marry-  in*.',  twice  at   one   time),  tie   told me  of  From the pulpit^  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  SENAt6r George McGovern remarked  shortly after his presidential nomination, that he would end the war in Viet  Nam immediately if he were elected president of the United States. He made it,  sound- so easy and peiMiaps over-simplified matters to some extent. The fact is  that Viet Nam is only one of many trouh-  le.r.pt'its. Since the heyinnim; of" human  history   wars   have   been   prominent   nnd  ow he scnt-h-t-s child to the bakery with���recently   on   the   ineronv;o  tion, and so have remained that way for  many moons. Because of careless footwork, our dog* (who now walks sort of  humped up), securely "locked his two remaining snags in my friend's J eg. He im-  meditely started screaming "Chien1  Crtion!" (dog in French, because my  friend  is  bilateral.)  Unfortunately, we have a cross-eyed  Siamese cat whose name in Jewish',  (Shone) means cross-eyed or beautiful, I  think. Fourteen years old, cross-eyed, and  a divorcee-fcr boot, she is also an addict;  hung up on Feen-a-mint gum, and has  two other cats working for her, digging  holes. Being a little "conky", and hysterically exhausted from her constant comings and goings, she thought my friend  was hollering her name, so she proceeded  to sharpen all her claws on his other  bare leg.  As he lay gently sobbing (in French)  While I patched him up, I made the unfortunate   rafistake   of   telling   him   his  ne sent���h-t-s child to  *n note for bread (le-pain) and how the  baluyv-bemg���an-a-stute-diet-iUoii-(-langua^  expert) would point the lad up the hill  to the Medical Clinic while hollering\  "You go!" "You go!" This only' befuddled  the "child more, as his name happens to  be Hugo.  I myself have never run into language  hang-ups. My downfall was nationality  and  colour.   A U.S. News and. World Keport of  1907 said, '"Sim-e_.Worl_d War 1-1 there  have been 12 limited wars in the world,  48 personal revolts, 74 rebellions for independence, 162 social revolutions." \It  \ seems man cannot live without war. No  sooner is orie ended and another begins.  The Bible says, "What causes wars,  and what causes' fightings among you? Is  it  not  your passions  that are  at   war   in  Cut all sizes, timber planks-��� 2x6 construction grade,  random length          b.m.  $130  ,?* t___\ tMttm ��� �����   ll  Years ago, as a young, very poor aspiring song writer, I habitually wore an  extra long bath towel wrapped around  my head. This was necessary to cushion  the shots in the head. I got from grocery  store owners', because my main food income was from shoplifting. Because of  the large amount of red cedar bark I ate  in Stanley Park to augment niy diet, my  skin' darkened considerably, and this,  along with . the towel around my head  made me readily acceptable to the gen-  your members? You desire and do nut  have; so you kill. And you covet and  . cannot obtain; so you fight and wage  war." Whether it be nations or4 families  it ��� all comes back to depraved human  nature, but proud man refuses to admit  it. '      ,'  The only cure is to change the hearts  of men. And this is done by having the  "precious blood" of Jesus Christ applied  to sinful hearts. Only then is fellowship  with God and one another restored.  _,!___ '_________  Graduates  August 6  Mrs. Sheryl Stanton, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Douglas Smith of Gibsans  will graduate from St. Paul's Hospi-  i.*il Srhnnl of Nursing August 6. Cere-  ���CUT  HOMES       3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted. &4I 0f 4~fe|*|  Complete package *_���      JL �� UU x  Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  Number two and btr.  bevel siding ... p.m.  H6S  -210 lb. rooting sq. butt���  all  colours   10.95  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  Surrey 9815 Robson St. 588-5441  monies will take place at Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver at 2 p.m.  Mr. and Mrs. Stanton reside in Vancouver.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  v  Poet's Corner  forget the fuss  .  .  . leave the work to us  TAKE OUT ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE IS FREE  BEN'S DRIVE IN  (Across from High School)  Phone 886-7828 Gibsons  I  eroius hearTFdTKast Indian min6rity~_'oT"  East Vancouver. While meditating deeply  one day 4n one of the more modest East-  End cafes, my head slumped over into a  large bowl of the house specialty (split  pea soup), and I was saved from drowning only by the quick action and mouth  to mouth precipitation of a beautiful  Chinese waitress with, whom I immediately fell desperately in love. She, in turn  charged me for only the portion of soup  I had inhaled.  The first song I ever wrote wjas a  love song to that enchanting Oriental  ���female. It* was called "Take back your  heart, I ordered liver and onions!" Although the song, strangely enough, was  never published, it drew us closer together, which led to my anguished discovery  that she was not of true Mandarin blood  as she claimed, but was simply a poor  Hungarian girl with a bad case of yellow  jaundice.  Leaving East End Vancouver with the  money firmly pressed on me by her  friends, (I still have" a dime imbedded in  my left ear), I wandered eventually into  the West End of that fair city. Chancing  upon a bitter, disillusioned Carpathian  musician, I purchased his instrument;  (bagpipes, clean, but vulcanized twice).  As many of you know, for three years I  made a good living with the bagpipes,  breaking leases in the apartment blocks.  While at. this trade, I.met a beautiful but  armless Armenian girl who worked daily  sweeping the hallways of apartment  buildings. But enough! That is another  story.  As you know, this column will appear  the Wednesday after our ANAVETS Giant  Bingo. Anytime I've hollered "Bingo!" I  have finished up with half a gallon 'of  vino. But I'll tell you right now, because  I am Secretary of ANAVETS 357, that  to show there is No Prejudice, or Bigorty  or Favoritism; if I win any money at tho  Jumbo Bipgo, I'll kee*p it.  So I close with the one word my  friend CAN NOT STAND to hear me sny  in English: CHECK!"  BEEN WAITING TO  BUY REAL ESTATE?  "M��tfftWFfWaWpMoi!".flK  REMEMBER WAY BACK IN 1950 THEY SAID . , .  ''Don't- buy now. . . wait for prices to como  clown."  . , . AND IN 1955 EVERYBODY SAID . . .  "This  Is wrong time  to buy.  Wait   for Iowor  prices."  ...AND AGAIN IN 1960 THEY SAID.'..  "Don't do ll now . . . lho prices aro bound lo  . '   comedown."'       ���      ���    ��� .' ' . '  .  7. . AND IN 1965 THEY WERE STILIU SAYING . . .  "You'd be, crazy to, buy now.  Prices, wi||  bp  '''better later'," '���"   ' ���"' '"'"���"' ���"  ".;""���'.""   7"  . , . EYEN IN 1970 EVERYONE STILL SAID . . .  /'boh^rbljy'thT-syea^r'Wajrfdr lower' prices."   . , . but no ono can Ignore what's been happening In  tho past; and what Is happening now to. prices.and    Hying costs,  If you wore going to bet on what real estate prices  will be like next year . ... end In 1976 ���* . hew would  -you-bet?-  *��MHtt^i^,^***t*iqtot*^^ 1  ^Kfmii^tntm^xinJmm*. <  We have no crystal hall that let ns see years ahead . ��� ���  hut ho quo can Iffiipre what's been happening Ih the past,  and what }s happening now to prices and living posts,  COME   INAND   DISCOVER THE   SUNSHINE   COAST  Have opening for  mediaeval combatants  ARE you interested in putting on displays of Mediaeval combat complete  with full armour? If so, a group of interested Gibsons and district men would  welcome you to join their select organization. And select it is, because they are  looking for a maximum of eight people  to get  involved  in the colorful  pasttime.   The  idea   is  to  put  on  exhibitions   at���  various places, with all proceeds going  towards work for the youngsters such  as the mentally retarded, those with  muscular  dystrophy,  etc.  Action includes sword fighting, ball  and chain, battle axe, jousting and combat with bows and arrows. Those interested should be prepared to travel and  it is preferable if they have their own  horse,   but   horsemanship   is   a   definite  ' must.  In addition you should be able to  make or manufacture your own armour  and arms, as the purchasing of such  equipment  is  expensive.  And on top of taking orders, which is  another essential attribute, you must  be  well   as,   "a  few  bloody   knees."  Still'interested? Contact Robin Allen-  Sinclair  or  Max  Pullman.  Three injured in  S-bend car mishap  THREE passengers were injured when a  car driven by Laurel Brown of Coquitlam failed to negotiate a turn on the  S-bend on Highway 101 near Gibsons on  Sunday of last week.  A spokesman for tho local RCMP said  the vehicle rolled nnd landed Back on its  wheels.  The driver of tho car was apparently  unhurt. The passengers were treated nt  hospital and later released.  RCMP   investigation  continues.  ���Your coiitrihiitioiis are invited  by Cheryle-AnnHE. Jay  lMi-m Jh_    Collection:   Seascapes   of   tho  Sunshine   Coast  DAWN  E;ir!y  on  a   frost  bitten   morning  As the misty  shroud began to rise  And tlie sun rose to kiss the night  goodbye.  A bird sang it's enchanting song to ihe.  The   pale   orange   blossomed" to   morning  brightness  Over the misty shrouded  forest pond  Ami'liny' fingers of ice melted away���  Tn a   fresh  sparkling spring  day.  Tiny diamond dew drops reflected in the  morning" siiri  Kainluuvs   of   refracted   light   danced   on  tlie   walls ,  Of spider webs of years past  Hanging by mere thin threads.  Warmth    seeps  .through    the    icy   night  winds ~ -   ,  And  brings to  life   the deathly  darkness  past  Daylight  dances in   the dawn  As all "is revived,  refreshed.  Somewhere on the distant shore  A pa lur of.giey sniuke niakes-u-gJy^elouds  Ancl in the process tries to defeat natures  purpose.  But   life  is   for  the  living,  beautiful   and  ugly.  Dawn.  ^7^\7^F>7;��1   *&��� ^Z&_'*? _ ��s"���  7\ \ "\\ yr\^i.^  ���   -tf&f  HARVEY FUNERAL  HOME LTD.'  A Complete Chapel or Church Funeral  Service at Moderate Cost  MEMORIAL SERVICES $235.00  INCLUDES CREMATION FEE, OR  BURIAL IN LOCAL CEMETARY  AND TRANSPORTATION  No Membership Fee Required  PHONE 886-9551  I. Roy Parkins Owner - Manager  ipy garden-fresh  BiCi CORN  right now!  There Isn't a sweeter vegetable treat than corn-on-the-  cob... and right now, our own fine quality B.C. com is  at the peak of freshness and flavor. Garden-fresh corn-'  makes a tasty treat for the whole family - and it's so easy  to prepare: you simply boil, then serve with salt and  butter. This is also the season for other nutritious B.C.-  grown vegetables, Including carrots and several varieties  of cabbage. To enhance the appeal of these fine foods,  we've prepared a new collection of recipes. It's yours  free by writing:  ��jm,& B.G. FOOD INFORMATION  ' GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ,A^  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  QUI**  jfW^ii)*ii.(i*jil-'i*^i,l*i!'MiWwu��S,!*.'ii flwAi M ��� sa j*>iM����"i!uW.����>*^.ii--rt? twwWviai.il  ibjJ hiatal MV^i'iKi Wowaltlri W^^'ai I(w>i4^t-viii^^*0^4y*iiWiiMiM*"iBf-W#^a*i'*i*>-M ^M1 b  .i*&*;-!��*\iiKMe>M* ���> *���**����.���  .^a_.  1 1    t-   �� 1 1  EGOO  CHARLES ENGLISH  phM^Y'i"'.''!'  ��l rv>\i ,hV J  tpMMVHJkAVi        _ _^��� _���__ ,, ,  _   \ ij ��   ' J ' '  h , iVhul l/1 ' j  , 1"' >w7��  7"' 1 ii 7  i'7t 'wttijl**''  W j��| J", i  ���Ai.ffa>  ��*MMWSSwW��#t(^^  RfiAL ESTATE ANP iNSURAWCiE  NOTARY PUBUC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.Q. Phono 086-2481  Twenty years mo a vigorous  grassroots politicaraoven^ent ���  began in this province...a nTiove-;  ,  ment born of ai^enchantment wil-h.  ^old'Hna^oliticalnnachineSTria---'"---*--  movement that quiclcly gained.  ��� support irom ordinary^ everyday k  people throughouLBrit ;^sh Co] u mb;m.  '    Today, Social Grediii m s.till a (  ,.;.grasa-rob^ .  representing no special interest;  of ,the individu al. With your .t  :  support, we've made great strides ���  in human and economic affairs.  Now/ we?re faced with another  challenge,,. another choice between,  the progressive policies of a true,, ���  f ree*enterprise*party-ahd" the  stifling policies of state socialism;   Keep the good years qoming by  helping us wage a strong?#  successful election campaign.   ��ehd ypur donatipn,,today to;  . ,,  rrqe Enterprise    , ,,       ,  ro. box 8e78i,$tation h,  Vancouver 3, b.c.  ��� IV - ir  *W��MH��m*��li#Hl^^  SOClfttCREDITVVORKSI  mmmmmmmmmmfmim  WnUl ��on hy iho JO.Qi J?wo X3ntorjr>)cli90 "KducMlonRl rXnw\. "tfun.*  ,.. .  ���*T  . \        . , .   ,.  ^jk��(IW  mm<it4m&M*��>ii^*wmm%iiyw  #^>WWW��WW��tW^^  W44fami*4*i Wiih Hit.' Ik'!;) (>-.' ' Happy Houvs" in-  si iic-l.'j.'s.   7olda'  Wh.tc . from.""New  FiKi'klla.'ul   and   J tick   Roberts   from  . Smtbu.y.   Ontario,   pebbles  gathered  Happy hours  f-oin   the   beach   become   little   sail Webb;   Lisa  and  Simon , Blackwell;  boats when  decorated   with  colored Darren Shinn, Monica ���Shthn and Kel-  paper and .pipe-cleaners. Working on ly Reeves.  the new project are from left: Sylvia v            ���  Improvisation  This looks really interesting, thinks when the instructor wasn't looking  Todd Cavalier who is obviously fas- during the "Happy Hours" bible and  cinated by Jacki Thornton's quick craft school which was enjoyed by  method of coloring macaroni shapes    about twenty-five children.  Bible Craft School . . .  Eastern Canada students  assist local youngsters  ENJOYING  the  Sunhine  Coast  are  four  young   people   from   Eastern   Canada,  resent ly   ronriiirting.-a�����as^Lii___J_i____  of Canada and sometimes they even travel  overseas.  7^m^  ���-\ * ���*��*~!^ .i^ll'Ss*  Cauj.'nt   unawares   by   the   camera,  (leorne aiid David Webb. 'Mark Witt,  (.'rant Clayton and  Donald Dombroski enjoy story-time with Stove llow-  Story time  aid from Montreal, one of the four  youn^ people conducting vacation  h ble ami craft classes in the area.  Classes   were   held   in  week, I'oi t Melon this  following two weeks in  Sechelt last  week and the  Gibsons.  Craft School fo/r children aged five Lo ten  years.  Taking part in the joint Anglican and  United  Church  project  are  Terry  White  from Nova Scotia; Golda White from New .  Foundland: Steve Howard from Montreal  and Rick Roberts from Sudbury, Ontario.  Last week the c'asses were held in  the St. Hilda's Anglican Church Hall in  Sechelt. This week they are at Port.Mel-  ��n-aoid Tor the following 2 weeks, classes  known as the Happy Hours Session will  be held in Gib.^ons. one week in the United Church Ha'l and one week in St.  Batholomew's Hall.  In Sechelt the girls stayed with the  Harold'Nelson familv and the boys camped in the Church Hall. They all wish to  express warm thanks to the people who  were so kind and helpful, in supplying  lunches and suppers, especially to the  Rev. and Mrs. Dennis Popple and family and to Mr. ancl Mrs. Harold Nelson  and   family.  Some twenty-live children enjoyed  the classes in Sechelt. ahd the week ended on Friday whh a family parly whei'e  the children's work was on display for  parents  lo admire.  Both Golda White and Terry While  plan u* attend university where they will  t.iko s.vcial work studies. Steve Howard  will also, attend university to study psychology and Rick Roberts is interested  in architecture but has not quite decided'  on future plans,  Tho Anglican National office in Toronto is the co-ordinating centre for the  Snmmci* WorkTours which give young  people '"iiiii,''opp6rtunify''lo''visi't''othor parts  For All Your General  Home Repair  from Collar to Roof   , 5^.^,,  _  COR ZUIDEMA  885-2135  Heart attack is the largest single  cause in Canada. Reduce your risk.  Check  with  B.C.  Heart  Foundation.  The Bayview  Dining Room  Pender Harbour Hotel  Madeira Park ��� 883-2377  yvyvyyv/i.. r., > rnv/yyyyy^*yi^,yvTyyvvyyYyvvvyvYyvyyyyyyyy<.  A licensed Dining Lounge  featuring a comprehensive menu  for your dining pleasure.  mmm/jumma." > '.��lmmmm*u.m.>jjjjjjmijjmzjjjjjm.  The Bayview Specialties:  "SURF AND TURF"  (Lobstertail and Filet Mignon)  AND T-BONE STEAKS  w��"*r|M"M����'"MMM>y*^^  09  ,   ������������ ..   .Macaroni Magic ,t  I'niiilinJ! mnenroni, ptiV./.h-.s .smiii. of- While Torrv White from Nova Scotia inks for lho Utile onosn.Tcimmy/riior-  llie littli! luHv nn lio, iiUuiuluil lliu wtcn- ��JVt}.s ihMim'Uon. Sharon Nohson ami nton, .Jucjcl Thornton, Tod Cavalier,  lion bible mul cral'l .school hold at Diana Webb on 16ft, prepare niator- " Arllrio"Witt'dnrt'ljolon'Popplo;  ,Sl,   IIIIiXh  Allium.  Church   Hall, ,  E HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  V����W����W������aVUVWUVWVUWl��VV>UMWUM��W������,  , >-***.  ��MI1MIWIIMIIIHIMWMMV1IMII��MMM|IM  FIX UP THE FURNITURE     ...,!.... ...PP-ft I-a... ..,.���-.. ���   ftlYGREW SALES  (1971)  LTD,  v i I 5>larl oil light l>y ollmlnatlna dccumulaloc). wax or polish, Wai��h onu  DEALER in GIBSONS   | o( wq|.|T| wa|0r 0|1(| m���(| t|0,org0n*, p0||ow tho oraln of tho wood with your ! G.W.G. Wprk Clothes  On ��ho Whflrf - 086-93^03 I "Virokoa" and flnsQ'"ilip'dbTlV6ftort7M6ro'''lhQn'6ntf,"wayilnp-',mQy' b-vnooctocl to--|   ��� ���   Work Gloyes  not down'to,,,'lha"'orlQln'ol:,llnishrWhqh'"tho-'(iurlc)cosvar(��-ihoroufjhly'-{lry/  Qu0||<y,Ho����o^nd-MarJn��.    |hoyia|0 |um|y ,���*,,��� mml or-p'0||sl)Q(,r CAUTION! Never wash Murnllwro j       W.nni.1,  wvw��wwnfw��MWHUwnwivw��vii��?   WlllCll rlQft Oil Oil IllllSnl   ^qifgqii's,^  Men's Wear  ���i^iMJbiilWww^  ,  " SECHELT, B.C.  itfnmvmtmnnn^  ifiltlfcU  Monufa*ciUr6fB*'prD(i  o'luh*,, ami iiiiiTnfiy thoy will nlTndTTlwffi  flnltih enro, rWovor, n goocl wo�� or pollt.li U umcilly' aUbqua'to;f6T*ws��i on'  BUILDING SUPPLIES      ,110at ,YP���� '"��� Hnlbhar.,.MannfactMrars Also apply colorlow or llohlly calomel  top coola to rnlqln Ibo nnHirnl humily ol Iho wood, Again, consult Iholr  .    ������ ���   p. , in*-,, mi; I unit, to ptnvuiil khImcIoh therein. My oj lbp>a cocitliiuu .whun ui-lnu a  Mo. 'I'Top'MHO-Paint     ^   ^ ^   polWiind  imnluU,  Soma  linli.ho!.  look hollar, wllhnul "wort,'  Intarlor/Extorior       {  ||( |()|) |(|'(^ )|u) lnulU(|lU<,|UI,;,',, will nin/uljy in:,liu..l you' In iiui only u dump  Discovbry , ���. .   ���.    ���     '   -  iM.sTOVurlnK   nil,,; llio   |iiU��r*r��l J��m *   IWn<"kM*(��ll-lii <lwp t'oncuntratlou ntul - thu blblumit't Huhupl hulaliLSuuhult .  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'Tbt&tipr '
Wednesday  July 26, 1§72
TWe Peninsula Times
Accuses $ocreds . .
Leader Dave Barrett
attacks insurance premiums
NEW Democratic Party leader Dave Barren attacked the Social Credit government today for permitting the auto in-
;.uralire industry to cliarj;.' arlifrrinlly in-
\ t'latPit premiums W.i ynimp, drivers,
lie said the recent *■_ decrea-.e in premiums paid by high-ri-.k drivers was "a
charade cooked up by the insurance com-
■p.-irues ajid   the    Social    Oredu £.,nerru-
(Saturday) at the official opening of the
Burrard constituency' office, 1956 West
Broadway. He was campaigning On behalf uf NOT candidates Norm Levi and
Ko:.em.urv  Hrown.
Dental Topics
AFTT.R   A  TOOTH  IP.  lMJU.r.n
\vitA't\: in.Mi'ia-\(*u .r.i-aiK.-.i  v.'ni ,ji.n\'e. .*<■
l,.i,Ul     I.: itli-sl'' .
As tin* 'Yx.tr.i.'l n'U Vif a U...II. in :\ .uv.-
ical operation, appropriate puslopcrativc
care  is-necessary.
—no rinsing or use of a mouthwash
during the first twelve hour period following   an   extraction.
—avoid touching, the wound with your
fingers;   you   might   infect   it.
-■■it'   e\ce*.*.,ive   bleeding   shoiililN  occur,
yrt^     prefprnhlv    in    n    centnrl      position,    'milk. ,pnrH rl.ro   etc.t   are   pref era Vile   dur-
'; 7..*    i,    f;hi iy    la.^e   \)\.fc   of   sterilized      ii,*;   the   first   2+ Ifout*   following   an   ex-
.,.:  ,•  "Vfr    i'i7nM    user    tlie    wound    and      tiaci-ion,     ' . „'
My ' l=, 11. »v\ ui;/   ttie-e mea* lire-*,  problenys
I'idl.iwiiig   tlie , r ■-.! i ••7ti.>n  7   a  t7.Mli  will
i'.i.   !•     ,lli*     ll'dil     ll:*illl'\      I'll'nlll'.ll     t<vi     I'UUSC
!i,.!\    ,j.*t!ii!i-   'in,  .nit*     M.iiulain      tlie
!••.:■ 7.    pi i*■ ■ iii '* , K, H    al mul     I :<    iiimult-**-..
I; -. : • .. i    i,\..   ..I    lio.*,*   iiioc;    aii'if   il Vllu1      '"'   lu-i-f- n...»   iiiiiiiii.m.i s^
.7..   .lio!-. v p. i • !>-h.    iVHiMili    your   ilentKst,     v t'anadiai*.    Dental    Association
-wi*iling   often   occurs   after   extrac- ~ :
1:*-n ancl should not cause anxiety. Ap-
|. .vi.ng\io your face for about 15 minutes
;.!: ice 'oag covered by a towel frequently
1 v.; r.'*:- swelling. Consult your dentist
■■'I'u'.d swelling persist' for more than
tu..  davs.
liquid    or    ;.en\i-liquid    food-::    (broth,
Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.
Gower Point Road
v ■■   Valley     Tow Riie
Sechelt Home Service
Sunshine Coast Highway
Barrett said the decrease announced
by lhe Auto Insurance Board was merely
a p'oy to make it look as though auto insurance ratesy are, being decreased when
in fact the rates paid by high-risk and
potentially high-risk drivers are still increasing.
'   "AH   the   auto   insurance   industry   is
saying   is   that   auto   insurance  premiums
W.  Philip Gordon
will continue to increase but  the increase j^—Bus.   886-2714—Res.   886-7567
Harris  Block, Gibsons,  B.C.
Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft
Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat..
Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.
Cowrie  Street  -  Sechelt -  885-9817
Telephone 886-2069
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.
P.O. Bex 62, Gibsons, B.C.
Free  Estimates -  Fast Service
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Hemns'-ila
Phone 884-5315
Box 166. Part Mellon. B.C
Contracting and  Engineering
Residential  - Commercial  Wiring
Marine Ways to 42'
Bottorn  Repairs
 ^83=2535 —
Box 7 - Garden  Bay, B.C.
Pender Harbour - 883-2513
Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances
TVs - Furniture and Carpets
P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101
at Francis Peninsula
All Work Guaranteed
will  be marginally  less than  in previous
years,"  said  Barrett."
Barrett advocated the adoption of
public auto insurance similar to Nthe plans
in operation in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. He said the Prairie plans charge
fair premiums to young drivers, as opposed to the unnecessarily high premiums
charged  to  B.C/s young drivers.
"In Saskatchewan young drivers pay
no more for their auto insurance than
do drivers in other age groups. The only
extra charge paid by Saskatchewan drivers under 25 is an extra* $2 for; their driver's   licence,"  said  Barrett.
"In Manitoba a young driver pays  at
' the very most 30 per cent more than older drivers for basic au'o insurance.
"But here B.C. in the Social Credit
government permits the auto insurance
industry to charge an. unmarried 18-year-
old male over three times as much for
auto insurance as an older person with
1he same  driving  record."
Barrett said the insurance rates
charged to young drivers are "a gift from
the Bennett government to the insurance
industry." -**
 He demanded that  Premier W.  A. C.
Bennett reduce the auto insurance rates
so that B.C.'s rates for young drivers
are comparable to rates in Saskatchewan
and Manitoba.
He   also   said   Bennett   slipuld   revoke
the   legislation   that   permits   the   private
 auto insurance companies    tn    penalize
Phone 886-7816
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
Residential - Commercial - Industrial
Gov't  Certified   Electricians
Phone  Day or Eve.  885-2062
Atlas Parts and Tires
Phone 885-2812
young—d-rivers—even   though—rirrey—have
perfect  driving  records.
"The   Bennett   government   condones
this unnecessary gouging of our citizens,"-
said Barrett.
"The public auto insurance plans in
Saskatchewan and Manitoba are proof
that private insurance companies charge
drivers more than is necessary."
Barrett   made   the   statements   today
Highway and Martin Road
Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m,
Friday: YP.uth.Service—7:30 p.m.
Phone: 886-7107
For details of summer services at
Sechelt; Redrooffs; Pender Harbour
and Egmont please phone: . .
885-9793    —.-885-2133 7.,...
'    885-9*673    —    885,2320
Esslemont Equipment Services
Phone 886-2784
Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.
Take the HEAT OFF Your Engine Cooling
System Repairs. Autos - Trucks - Tractors -
Oil, Coolers   -   Heat    Exchangers   -   Repair   -
Cleaning - Recoring
4/10 MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101
Louis at 886-7126
Experience makes the difference.
Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Service
Parking and Moorage Available
Colin and Evelyn McKinnon
Jim ancl Iris Miller
Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.
Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you
on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.
24'  Catalina  Cruiser., Guides  available.   Local
Experienced Skippers.    ,
Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242
Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347
Len  Larson's
Phone:  Home, 883-2410
Pehcler Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424	
or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698
MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek
Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer
Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss
Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for
Landscaping and Trees
Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684
-Stoves and Chimneys
Serving  the Sunshine Coast with  reliable ana
economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water
Phone 885-2360
Wharf  and   Dolphin  -   Sechelt,   B.C.
for oil your
Phone 883-2663
Madeira  Park,  B.C.
Bal  Block - Gibsons
Every Wednesday
Fpr Your Fuel Supplies
9t45 A.M.
Paitor Rov. V,alter S.Ackroyd
Madeira park ~ 883.2374
SECHELT BRANCH—Phone 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886-2201
Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs, 10 a.m.-3 p.m,
Fri. 10 a,m.-6p.m.; Sat. 10 a,m,-3 p.m.
Ibsons; Mon.-Thurs, 10 a.m.-3 p,m,
Sunday School — 10i00 a.m.
Church Service ■—- 1 1115 a.m.
Evening, Sorvlco 7)30 p.m.
""""paiyIi Pay Rona""prta"'Arbutii-t""
(2 blocks up from Highway)
Tho United Church of Canada
St. John'* Unltod Church - Payli Pay
Sunday Sorvlcos 79i3Q a.m,'
Robflrti Crpok United
Sunday Sorvlcos - 2i30 p.m.
Glbidhi United Church
""•-'•" — Sunday Services «n ;"9a,m.-*~-*-
Porr Motion Unltod
Sunday Sorvlcos-7i30 p,m
(2nd and 4th Sundays)
Rov, Jim Wllllamiion - Gibson*
— -■■■'■     ' "■",!  —a—.
Pender Harbour .  883-2403
v•■l.■^■;■■■.:^1SRE^ESTIM.ATr5Sl ■■'.■.■-.■.■■
Tod Ponlay 883-2734
Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.
Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc
Box 89, Madeira Park
Phone 883-2274
Drywall  and Textured ceilings
Free Estimate
Phone 886-7643
Sand and Gravel - Backhoes
Ditching - Excavations
885-9666,  Box   172, Sechelt, B.C.
 ■_. .—
PHONE 885-9550
Clearing - Excdvations - Road Building
Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock
Phone: Sechelt 885-9550
Tree Topping - Selective Logging
Telephone 883-2417
R.R. 1, Madeira nPark, B.C.
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
P.O. Box 94,  Sechelt,  B.C.
Phone 885-2107
No down payment - Bank interest
Ten years to pay
For free estimates—Call 581-6136 collect
Complete line of appliances
Complete Home Renovations and Repairs
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
about your
Phone 886-2923
Gower Point Road
Sales and Service To All Makes
Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525
in the Bal  Block
Next to the Cq-op Store
Gibsons 886-2322
Dianne Allen, Proprietor
Expert Hair Styling
Cowrie': St 'y "~":"    ■■""""■":'"MV'-""""""": Phone:
Sechelt, B.C. . 885-2818
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box  164, Secholt, B.C.
For Expert Blasting
' ?RErEsrrn^TES'
Phone 885-2304 L, C, Emerson
 If No Answer Loavo MossaQo at	
81" 5-9326
R.R. 1, Sochelt, B.C.
BUILDERS,.,.,,.,.,,^.,!^..-'"^-" »..-.- -
' Coitiploio Instruction!. Provided
Bapfisf Church' Services
Mermaid and Trail, Socholt
• Sunday School, 10:0Q a.m,
Morning Worship 11:15 a,m,
Park Road, Gibson*
Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:45 am.
Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.
Rev, J, G. Horrlfc Intorlm Paitor     ,
806-7776     .  ,     -
Hlflh C/uallty , .". Reasonable Prices.
Buy a Package ond erect Mt yourself, or qot
our professional help,
QARDEN BAY, B.C. « Phon* Rtr«. 083.27*3
P.V. Services Ltd.
Direct all enquiries .in;
Dispatcher al 005.9030, oves. 006.7375
Offico Houtfi 8;30 a.m. ,to -1:30 p.'ir.,  7
Toll 886-2930 or 005^9973
Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,
When Renovating Or Spring Clcdnlno.
Reslclantlal - Industrial and Marine Wiring
Electric Hoat - Lino Work
7,... -J-T-J. WpBsJtypztM* 1 .,1,
- BE ELECTRIC ~- LTP.,,...,,.,,-	
Residential and 'Commercial,""Maintenance mid
Poslon, 9A Hour Anuwqrlnp, Sorvlco,
Pob lambort      086-7605        W Pollnnky
Wyngocrt Raad.Sunthino Coatr Hlphwoy
..   Box.860 -..Glbsona
Nothing Down r~- 10. Years To Pay
Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche — 883-240*1
Phono 006-7029 - 806-7056 - 086-7220
All Makes- All Work Guaranteed
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting
Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging
Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848
Repairs - Alterations - New Installations
Govt. Certified Plumber   —   24 Hour Service
Phone 885-9014
P.O. BOX 825 — SECHELT, B.C.
Sales and Service — 006-9533
Everything for the^o-lt-Yourselfer
Contract & Renovations
Len Coates 006-7605
Ray Coates 006-9533 « 006-7072
Gov't, Certified Plumber
Phone 883r2720
"Box" 63          '   "    Madeira "'Park,'"'B.C.''
RENTALS        ^
 ,' "       '   '  H-.       "
A. C,; Rental*
Tools and Equipment
Garrfch Bay, B.C.     ' Phono 883-2585
at Payln Bay
''Wa Rdnt or Soil Almost Evorythlno"
Typowrllors ..-Lighting Plants - Talovl&lons...,.,.
Roto Tillers - Comont Mixers - Lawn Rakaa
Mochdnlc'a Tools
Fishing Supplies - Boats new and
Used . . . Large & Small
885-9832 SecheH
B.C* Land Surveyor*
Marine Building - Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B.C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
Sunshine Coast Highway
Bex 13, Gibsons, B.C - Phone 086-2700
All Brands Available
Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday evening by appointment only.
,    Your Ono Stop Building Store . ,
for All Your Building Noed»
1653 Seavlew -.Phone 886-2642
7 .WIRING OF. ALL TYPF.S       ',
Roslrlentlal >- Induilrlnl - Commonjlal
All work gMarontccri;free estimatoa
J<»« MeConnr OanJS^MaiUafa-FafV
jim Mckenzie
electrical contractor
.Rdildentlal Wiring and Major
Appliance Repairs
PHONE 885-9978
Box 387. Sochelt. B.C.
Welcome to The Rodrshlno Coast-
..... ^Specialists In Cleanlng.-',Floor,.Wa^l-no„ _
Spray Buffing - Window Cloanlng
phono 886x7131 - Gibsons, B.C.
,    ,.,..,.        ^^^^^.^    ,      ...       ,.
SpecIqIIJ;Ing In!
Poper Hanging,- Interior A Ewtorlot decorating
Rua Cleaning, All types of Bulldlna
Wlndbw Cleaning,
PHONB 88*8.97*15 AFTER 4 P.M.
Bex 6K» Sochelt, B,C,
phone 985-9713
.,  „  LTP.,	
.^Jjoayy^ Equipment
Pho-ne 895-9425
I      ' r , ! '     I
Household Maying, Packing, Storage
1  Packing Materials For Solo '"
Member of Allied Yar» Line*,
Canada's|!,iNo,,J,,Moyora,. „.,.„,.„k,„w„.
Phone 886^664, RiR;i;Gibsons, B.C'
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WAREHOUSES         ; '
Gibsons 886-2172
Furniture to anywhere In Canada.
General Freight-, tow-bed and heovy haHlInt
T.V. and RADIO
Vs Wear
7 AHho Sign of the Chevron
Machine Shop —- Arc and Acty Welding
Steel Fabricating ^ Mdrlno Y/ayi
Automotive and Marine.Repair*
i     ' Standard Marino Station
rhone 886.7721  K*». 8B«.»956, 806.932a
Lqdles' and Children'
Open six days« week
Phone 885-2063
Your Business Cqrd
reach ;neqf|f, 10,000 peoplol
i ,     7 '      ,
Ipow cost « Hlflh power
Gordon, Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson
In The Heart- Of Downtown Sechelt
Box 799, Sechelt 885-9816
"""■y AND DRAPERIES    .
■RoupholsTerlng - Riestyllno - Complex Propyl
Sorylco - Sampki ihown In (ho hom«
Phono 886-2050
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'\ 7  V.  \  \  w  \  Sechelt News Notes  BUSY traveller Mrs. Lola Turner of Se-  chel was visiting .in Port Alberni  when she received word that she had  been picked as one of tlie Senior Citizens  to he guest of the government.  There   were   13*5   people   chosen   from  ^across Canada  and  Mrs.  Turner was  the  one  from   this   area.   Six   trips   were   arranged and this was the last of the series.  Mrs. Turner had a wonderful time and  ���  hopes   they   have  more  of  these  trips   so  that maybe someone else from  here will  have  the "opportunity  to   participate. ���  ^ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg  |    * Home Made     ��  fe Baking fe  * Breakfast  Special - 99c  BAY CAFE I   -by  Peggy Connor  '    *   \      \ ���  Flown   down   and   bad-;,   leaving   June  'i'i and returning June "29, the groups  were billetted in Hie students' residence  at tlie University of Ottawa. Tours of Ottawa and "Surrounding areas were^well  planned and executed.  Returning to Alberni to finish her  visit there, then to Victoria to spend  some time with her son Bob Turner. Back  home io ^echeh to receive guests of her  own. Miss Debra Wood (granddaughter)  and friend Miss Barbara Mapson from  Burnaby. Then on the weekend Debra's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don" and Joan  Wood arrived bringing with them Mr.  and Mrs. Jack Tonkins, also of Burnaby.  - Eastern visitors to the Jim Akeson's  of West Sechelt have been Mr. and Mrs.  Peter McGlashan from Wilson Creek in  Quebec, also Mr. and Mrs. R\ MacDonald  from   Canada\s   Capital,   Ottawa.  Miss Connie Lanham, Selma fark, has  Returned home. She spent a monlh in  Winnipeg -visiting with her brother Cliff  and   his   family   and   Les.   Les   Lanham  Now  under the  new  management of  S management of S  I ��  ��  Mr.  and  Mrs.   Kieselback   .   .   .  S  I 5  | 885-9311 S  ^gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggglm  ^m_m_____\  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  886-1827  All Shows at 8 p.m. an'd in Color.  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,  July 26, 27, 28, 29  COLD  TURKEY  Dick Van Dyke, Bob Newhart  GP; . Some   coarse   language   (B.C.  classifier).  film  j  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  July 30-31, August 1-2  JOE  (Restricted)  Warning.   Nudity,   Sex,   Drugs   and   very  coarse   language.    (B.C.    film   Classifier)  icm.  came back with Connie to -3*njoy tne ��>un-  shine Coast for a couple of weeks.  Mr. aiid Mrs. John Bunyan were not  happy with just one trip to Williams  Lake and have journeyed up once more..  John is making good use of his free time  before he gets tied down, having purchased   Gilmore's  Variety   Store.  Daughter Susan Bunyan and her  friend Jan Heddon were at William's  Lake visiting Jan's sister Mrs. Linda  MacDonnel'l and husband. The girls were  pretty tired when they arrived at Horseshoe Bay at 2:30 having left -Williams  Lake at 8:15 that morning.  A frequent visitor to B.C., Mrs. Walter Popple of Rawtenstall, Lancashire,  England, is spending part of her seven  week's holiday with her son Rev. Dennis  Popple of Sechelt and with another son  in Nanaimo.  Saturday, July 29, the main street in  Sechelt will be the place for the Sechelt  Guides Bake and Book sale. Gather up  those books and magazines you want to  gel lid of. Take them to Paula Gibbons  place, or the R. S. Wilson home, 1254  Mermaid St., or drop them off in the  Trail Bay Mall where a box is'lying in  wail for them. Any L.A. "members or  friends wishing to donate baking may  drop it off at the stall in the middle of  Sechelt in front of Bernel Gordon's Real  Estate office.  Junior volunteers are working in the  hospital as ..auxiliary members and doing  an excellent job. Some of the\e girls urt:  having a transporJ'aliOn problem especially those -from*. Gibsons. Their hours at  the hospital are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  or 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m\ If anyone would  ca're to volunteer to drive*-the girls or if  anyone travels that route at these rimes  even if it is just one way it would be  greatly appreciated by everyone concerned. -   " *  Contact Mrk. Peggy Connor. Volunteer Dirctor for St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliaries at  885-9347.  If eveuyone could .see the good the  young ladies do for the extended care  patients then it would be fully realized  tlie importance of getting them to the  hospital. One girl rises at -six a.m. to  cycle to Sechelt and be there at 8:30  a.m. then , rides home again. More adult  volunteers are. needed, the-same phone  number will get you involved in an interesting job. \  TRAINING COURSE ��*  '  Miss Karen Dombroski, sponsored by  the Sechelt Legion members, attended a  you-hi Leadership Training course at Totem Park Residence at UBC recently.  Students came from all parts of B.C. as  far   north   as ' Fort  St.  John.   It   lasted  4  vPage B-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 2$, 1972  ^����W��JlJM��J��atWlJMaWJUMaMmJ��J>M*JMlafU��^^  July 15-16 7 .\  \  -*������.��  All Stars  "days,   fun-packed,   and   meeting   art���fche-  people mostly  on student  councils.  Some of the findings we're, "student  council executive should be voted in June  for the forthcoming year. The student  activities of the school should include the  majority of students."  In some schools in B.C.  they have  to  have la B plus average to be on the student   council.   It   was   felt   that  this   was  ridiculous,  the student council is suppos-  . ed to include an equal representation.  There should be harmony between  teachers and students, not an all-out war.  To be a good leader you must be people   conscious.  Dr. Wood, the director gave a definition of the curriculum of-.the school. "The  curriculum of the school is the sum of all  the learning experiences provided for  students under the guidance and direction of the school and professional staff,  These include required activities, elec-  tives  and  social   activities."  Definition of student council as given  by Dr. Wood. "Student Council works, in  concert with the professional staff of the  school to provide an atmosphere conducive to the maximum of learning by the  maximum  number of people."  This conference was sponsored by the  Legions and Students Councils of B.C.  Karen found it truly an experience that  she will never forget and hopes that other students from the Peninsula will get  the same opportunity.  SUNSHINE  Coast -Bronco  All Stars  put  on a good performance to take second  place in the Richmond Zone play-offs on  July   15th and  16th: .  The first game Saturday morning saw  Gordie Waters pitch a terrific one hitter  against Marpole Oakridge Allstars to win  a  shut-out   9-0.  * Brent Linneker brpught the first run  in with a home run in the second inning,  followed by two more runs, and by the  7th inning they had brought it up to an  exciting 9 to win their first game.  Saturday afternoon saw the Allstars  lose to West Richmond by a score of 19  to 3. The. first pitcher fpr West Richjnond  alternated with, first base and was a tall  (J foot 1 inch boy. The combination of  big boys, good hits and good coaching  plus a few errors on- our side brought  about a bad-loss." :   inning, and.after playing out the first  inning, dizziness and a quick trip for X-  rays prevented him from finishing the  game.  Final score in .the 5th inning of 21 -  6 brought an exhausted team off the  field.  Lovely weather for the games brought  a lot of people out, including a fair number from the Peninsula to applaud the  winning team West Richmond/With special applause for an embarrassed Craig  Rodway, "the best short stop we've ever  seer>7    \  This is the best place finish for a  Peninsula team since they joined the  Bronco four years ago.  ��� The team included Bryan Hocking,  Manager; Les English, Coach; Glenn Phillips, Business Manager and\ players: Ray-  lee  Ann's  blFT  SHOP  Madeira  Parkv  Phone 883-265*8 ,  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English  Bone  China  ^ Pauline Johnson "and Welch's Candies  *   Hand   Made  Arts  and  Crafts  *   Cards and  Gift Wrap  dMWiifiiwaiitaiitMiwnfwmnnnfinwntwwMwWwwwigaiMwawgw  Sechelt  Legion   Branch   140  Legion  Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT  8  p.m.  JACKPOT  $125  TO  GO  Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. the All-  stars metv Richmond Central and Keith  Comeau pitched a good 7 innings to keep  us tied 5 all. Billy Charlton then came in  to pitch 3 no hit, no run innings to keep  us still tied in the 10th. Since Billy was  to pitch in the next game if we won,  rules wouldn't allow him to pitch more  than 3 innings, so Brent Linneker came  in at the top of the 11th inning to hold  the score at 5. With Raymond Dube and  Rick August on one hits, Brent Linneker  hit a two base hit to bring in the winning  run in one of the most exciting games  played.  The team was exhausted but happy as  this win assured them of a seconcf place  and another game three hours later to  try for first place.  At 6 p.m. and exhausted manager  Bryan Hocking, and an equally exhausted coach Les English, had their tired  boys once again at Gibsons Park to play  the-undefeated West Richmond team.  This  time. the Rielimond. boys  didn't  look quite so tall but a bad first.innings  for the. Sunshine Coast Allstars showed  a   loss  coming  up.     -��  Brent Linneker pitched, then Billy  Charlton took over until a collision with  another player sent him to the sidelines.  Then Terry Rodway who caught a terrific 3 games as catcher came in to finish  pitching the game, exhausted as he was.  Short stop Craig. Rodway received a  line. drive on the head, also in the first  mond Dube; Micnaei English; Brian Par-  tridge; Keith Comeau, Brent Rottluff,  Gary Guelph, Brent Lineker, Ricky August, Craig Rodway, Terry Rodway, Gordon Waters, Billy. Charlton and Rick  Lawson.  Cancer facts  THERE continues to be an alarming increase in the number of cases of lung  cancer in Canada. Unfortunately, this is  one of the most difficult forms of cancer  to cure, fatal in 95%  of cases.  In 1937) when Canada^s population  was about' 11,000,000, there were 267  deaths from lung cancer in men and  110 deaths from lung cancer in women.  By 1967 this had increased to 3,700  deaths in men and 618 in women, although the population had only doubled.  This huge rise closely parallels the increase  in cigarette  consumption.  -These lung cancer deaths occured almost entirely  in cigarette smokers.  ���Death rates increase in direct proportion to the number of cigarettes smoked.  ���Air pollution by itself does not cause  lung cancer, though it may further increase the risk to cigarette smokers.  ���Death rates from all other forms of  cancer, as well as from other diseases  such as heart conditions, are much higher among cigarette smokers than among  non-smokers.  $10 DOOR  PRIZE  .  -  And this smart young  fellow went  to  UNCLE MICK'S  for a new Sport Shirt.  I $&���  Tv-3  i  WWMMMMMMMa  PACIFIC MILK ,.���(..  SEVEN FARMS MILK Toll Tins  MIKAlLt WHIP kraft, 32 oz.  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