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 ���btf-Hrabbarf^lM ���>  ���* **v* "ww*:  **,,--��f*"/-*V,iif* *VVN(  <i.  AUG*5  wv^ ^  Lcrfe enfrv  enter Ski Club, exhibition  added color to Cavcdcade  West Canadian Grap'rl  1606 West 5th Av<->.,  Vancouver 9, B.C.  ONE of the more spectacular events in  the recent Gibsons three day Sea  Cavalcade was that of the exhibition by  the P.T. Water Ski Club involving towing aloft of a member attached to a small  parachute. Height to which  the chutist  *      "-a**   v\'     - ' '���''*���     * .    a     "  <     -A      '       "V    ." 4 "a, ,      , . , .���  '���Saaf-Vi*  A  .        F    f     *' a-    .  .^J^>,^eJ    A. *.  :.. - 7 - '7t7'fr7/J.', :  ���*���  . ;   *��� v?jy,y'7*_.-. :*  ���f Hjnn-r- -fn-yt^w  SEEK TENDERS  Treasury Board Chairman, Hon. W.  A. C. Bennett has announced board approval to the Dept. Education, to call  tenders to the amount of $122,000 for  two classroojns (Science) at Elphinstone  Secondary School.  WORK STARTS  Work starts this week on construction  of the 35- bed extension to St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt. Estimated time fos  completion is seven months. As much  local labour is possible will be obtaine'd  locally. Total cost of project is almost  $600,000, ,"  HOLE-IN-ONE  Sunshine Coast Golf and. Country  Club held a successful Hole-In-One conr  test at Elphinstone High School grounds  during thev Sea Cavalcade. Successful  participant was .Andy Dube who; won  himself $25. 7   '.  Cavalcade programme prize went to'  Fred* and Jean Crowjiurst, Gibsons. Prize  was chaise lounge and two chairs donated  by Kiwahis Club.  soared was govercd by the speed of the -  400 h.p. speed boat.    "**  Heights reached averaged between 300  and 500 feet and after being towed along  for a mile or so, were released to float  down into the water, where they were  immediately   picked   up.  Spokesman for this recently formed  Vancouver club, Carl Peterson, later  expressed enthusiasm for the Sea cavalcade and his club's participation. It  is hoped to again take. part next year,  possibly with two parachutists.  Advance publicity on this event was  not possible due lo uncertainly of rectifying mechanical problems with the tow  vessel in time. Cavalcade Committee has  expressed its pleasure with the clubs  entry and convey a word of thanks to  Smitty's Marina for donation of gasoline  for the P.T. Water Skiers boats.  Thanks also go to Gibsons Boat Works  and Imperial .Oil..Ltd. for donation of  fireworks which helped provide the grand  display ending up the highly successful  second  annual  Cavalcade.  The committee admits to some mistakes along the way but this is inevitable with such an undertaking .and  it is a credit to all concerned that  scheduled events were punctual and,  there remains littletioubt,.".experience,  gained with, the first two- Cavalcades  will aid an even more successful event  next year. >;  B.C. Cycle racing results were riot  available for 'last week's Times are now-  prepared and are,as follows:  8 laps ������ 10 "miles ���Veterans &  novice: 1st Stu Nichols, Vancouver; 2nd  Ken Daly,. 3rd George Desmoulin,- Vancouver.  25 laps ��� 32 miles ��� Junior & Senior:  1st Ross Darnel Victoria* 2nd Mark Aker-  stream Vancouver, 3rd Joe Hailey Vancouver, 4th Gib Nicholls Vancouver.  School Road Hill Climb::lst Joe Hailey  Vancouver, 2nd Pat Ferris Victoria Wheelers, 3rd Lome Kernan Burnaby.  Ewa_r fa^l      a UMMaBttVaV aUMMMaMlaat  ;tr*leo  Ltd.,  SaF-r-a-.V-e  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Horbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Covo, Egmont  2nd Class Malt  Registration No. 1142  Union <Ss> Label  This Issue 12 Pages  10c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Music students passed  in Conservatory exams  FOLLOWING  students    have    received  word of the successful passing of their  recent Royal Conservatory piano exams  in Vancouver in June.  JANET CLAYTON ��� daughter of Mr.  & Mrs. Dick Clayton of Sechelt passed  Grade Two with First Class Honours ���  82*7*.. The examiner said her "touch J  was bright and clear and that dynamics  have a pleasing variation.- She has a >  rhytmic approach and the effect is generally  discriptive."  CHRISTINA UNDERHILL ��� daughter of Corporal and Mrs. O. Underhill  of Sechelt received an Honours standing  with 73"}"- in her Grade Two exam. He  said her "work was tidy in effect and  that the melodic outline was fairly clear,  her technique was also generally confi-_  dent."  STEPHANIE GIBSON ��� daughter of  Mr. & Mrs. Ross Gibson of Gibsons received Honors 78% in her Grade III  exam. The examiner said her "Bach was  sparkling and rhythmic with a good sense  of tonal change and that her Biehl Sonatina had good balance with a sense of  shape and style and good fluency."  STEWART BARNES ��� son of Mr. and  Mrs. C. Barnes of Robert's Creek received  Honours 78*7/ in his Grade VIII exam.  The examiner commented that his Bach  & Mozart had "some nicely expressive  musical ideas, the dynamics and shading  were given due attention and that he  had good technical aspects. His Schumann  was musical in style and plays with assurance. He noted ��� particularly that his  playing has a basic interpretive breadth  and bigness of sound."  Volume 7, No. 38 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1970  DONNAJELSON  Top^scholar at Elphinstoiie," Donna  Nelson who is Hid daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Harold Nelson of Sechelt,  gained 94 per cent scholarship average and goes . to the University of  British Columbia this fall. Her  specialty will be Biology.  Okanagan Lake . . .  WQItiS QLCjetlBS  ANGLERS in Okanagan Lake should  continue to be cautious of eating  large rainbow trout because of excessive  levels of DDT residues found in the  edible portions of these fish. However,  fish of' less than three pounds have been  found to be fit for consumption.  Twenty-five samples of fish taken in  Okanagan Lake by the Fish and Wildlife Branch during June' and recently  analyzed by the Pesticide .Laboratory  of the Provincial Department of Agriculture all had significant amburits' of  Dp/I" residues in the fIesK.; Tht.; aitt*ount*s  varied from 0,21 parts* per inillipn to 4.15  parts , per million. Amounts as high as  '42- parts* per million had been found iii  previous samples of large trout. However, all. fish, including rainbow trout,  kokanee and burbot, below three pounds  in  weight,  had DDT residues  below   5  res  parts per million, the level deemed safe  for human consumption.  Smaller samples of fish taken from  Osoyoos, Skaha, Vaseaux, Kalamalka,  Woods and Beaver Lakes, and including  rainbow trout, kokanee, whitefish, bass  and carp, indicated that fish less than  three pounds in these lakes are also safe  to eat.  Despite considerable effort, insufficient numbers of large fish were obtained  in this survey. The Fish and Wildlife  Branch requests that anglers Who catch  Pie eating contest  at Davis Bay wharf  SATURDAY, August 22nd will be a full  day of fun for the children at Davis  Bay with the Fishing Derby running from  11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the wharf and lots  of fun besides. .'....'..  Once again Mr. Charlie Brookman  and his faithful committee have organized  a pie eating contest commencing at 12  noon and there will also be a guessing  contest for girls up to 18 years of age.  Merchants have been very generous  in donating prizes to encourage participation and they will be presented at the  end of the Derby. Also to be presented,  is the Royal Canadian Legion Branch  140, trophy, awarded annually to the boy  or girl catching tlie largest salmon in  Davis Bay, fishing from a^oat.   -     .  Pies are required, for the pie eating  Shopping Mall Grows  Exterior walls have been completed  and next big step will be assembly  of the roof beams in the large shopping mall well under construction in  Sechelt. Large beams are seen being swung into position in a section  of the area to be occupied by Shop  Easy and whole area should be  beamed this week. Completion of the  project is expected to be sometime  in the Fall.  Trustees concerned  ew science laboratories  sics out of curr  .PHYSICS 11 and 12 will be dropped from  the  curriculum   at  Elphinstone   this  coming school year.  District Superintendent R. R. Hanna  told trustees at lost- Thursday's Board  meeting that where there are inSttf-*  ficient students to justify a class, other  crancn requests mat anglers wno cattn    contest and as Mr Brookman anticipates * "Cient students to justify a class, othei  fish of- over,, three .pounds^should, freeze    a \&g�� 'ti��n-6uY W r s^ialtles.?w^^  ���ft.^f^^^-LPW'^'*-?8���?^ ^^^H all donations of pies will be greatfully  the local conservstjon officer, who will . appreciated and may be left with Mrs  TMitir ��*��"�� nnrl       '    F/ttaaavnaa-aa-al Ala. r*. ��n>Viaa,lA fata,.-* _  *    * .      . __ ' '    _'.'   _, .    *  *    "1     i  W*    p  {  L  pick  up   and   forward   the  sample   for  analysis.  Futher extensive sampling of Okanagan main valley lakes is planned for  thc spring and fall of 1971.  Unemployment Insurance  postal service resumed  UNEMPLOYMENT Insurance Commission is resuming its use of postal services to distribute benefit payments to  claimants, effective August 11.  ' When making this announcement in  Vancouver today the Director of the  Pacific Region, Duncan Young, said that  the Commission feels il is no longer necessary to continue distribution of cheques  from UIC offices as has been done in  many centres since early July. In Vancouver and New Westminster offices have  been open on Saturdays for the past  seven weeks ns a special service to claimants in thosd districts. This practice will  now be discontinued unless serious disruption of postal services are again encountered.  "The staff of our offices throughout  Ihis region have carried a heavy burden  for the past seven or eight weeks and  put In long hours to maintain servico to  tho public und claimants," Mr. Young  noted,  Rita Macleod at the Peninsula Market, on"  the Thursday or Friday prior to Aug.  22nd. '   '  Children are reminded that they must  wear life-jackets or life-belts and that,  all fish and crabs must be caught from  the  wharf. '        .  Ice-cream, pop and doriuts .'will, bc  available to keep the little fishermen  happy and as always, Mr. Brookman  will be there keeping an cyq oh .operations,     .    ���  An estimated 25 million cubic feet of  standing timber is killed annually by thc  parasitic   mistletoe   in   Western  Canada.  hand^was .another subject mentioned.  Trustee Bernard -Mulligan expressed  concern over the dropping of Physics  in the graduation class as this subject is  considered an essential requirement for  many courses in BCIT and university.  He felt that, if students were offered an  easier alternate subject they would take  it instead of taking the more difficult  Physics course vvhicli may be essential  to them -in. the future. In this respect  students are *��� dictating the programmp.  Mr. Hanna replied that it.is dangerous  to make a student take a certain subject.  Concern over dropping Physics 11 and  12 was also voiced by trustee Bill Malcolm.  Outlining next year's course of studies  Annual project . . .  , Kiwanis fund raiser draw  highlights Pancake Supper  SUNSHINE Coast Kiwani*. Club have  some tickets left for their popular animal boat, motor and trailer draw, to  be held during late evening of next Saturday August 22nd nt the Gibsops whuff.  For  the   past    few    weeks,  members  ELLIOTT   TRUEMAN  After spending thc summer with  ���B.C.* Ferries, Elliott who gained 79.5  per cent average in the Government  Scholarship examinations will take  pre-cngincering course at UBC this  fall. He is tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs.  A. S. Trueman of Gibsons.  . .^twa^^ .   . .   ", 1  '" S,iAe;rA\t  DOR I AN   GR EGORY  Off to UBC this fall to study computer science, Dorian Gregory  achieved 90..") per cent scholarship  average besides delving Into 3-dimen-  sional chess, as a hobby. Dorian is  H19 son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gregory of Gibsons.  -^tWv  Academic-Technical .  iiffiiiii  /  ������)  -**....  DENNIS   MAC E Y  Klphinstone will be well represented  nt UBC this fall. Domils who Is Ihe  .son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Macey of  Gibsons, will join the Faculty of  Science after pnst.li.f--; the Government scholarship exams with B9.0!)  per cent average,  ���s  "*h*j,  ROBERT   BENNIE  The Faculty of Arts at University  of British Columbia, I.s Hobcrt's destiny this fall after {���ainin*-! 74.5 per  cent average In the scholarship  exams, Robert Is t\w son of Mr, and  Mis. It. F. Bennie of Hopkins Landing.  KLPHINSTONE AudcntB on the Academic-Technical programme did exceptionally well this year. The five students who sat Departmental Scholarship  Examination:. In June all passed with  three of them attaining first class averages of BO per cent or over, and two  with   very   high   Second   Clann   averages.  .Scholarship average I.s bused on tin;  lop two inurkH obtained by student,*!,  In a recent report to the Hoard nf  ���School Tru*it.*..N. Principal Mr. Tom Ellwood points out that under the two nem-  cstcr system, some of the sludcnls luul  completed their .icholumhlp courne nt the  end of the firm ..cmomcr, giving a five-  month break between the end of formal  Instruction and the examination,  Top ntudeutti who will have pnrt ol  their unlveriilty fee.i paid by tlie Pro-  vlncliit Ciov.-rnmriitis are: Donna Nelson.  D-1',; Dorian Gregory, flO.f.M j Dennis  Mai-ey, WMll)',. ; Elliott Trueman, 7!l,!>'i ;  Hobert   Ihinnln.  7*l.r>"...  Deunlfi and lloberl both obtained their  fine results entirely on examination!, ol  Mil-j.-rtH taken only during thc flr.it tieni-  r.ilvr which ended In January.  - The   report   iTidercd   special   thank*,  to   (he   leuchcra   who   had   held   teguhu  weekly tutorial*, in their own  time, ilui  Inn   the   second   M.nii-.,ter,   m   iefir,,ln*i  COUI'M'H,  Government   Departmental    examina  tion.*, wore held In January and June  and analn, re.-iultH were exceptionally  p.ood thltj year, ���  Miv Ellwood reported that of the 35  Htndei\tN wrltlnu departmental exams,  only :,() were eligible to uraduale thin  year, All except "I were .successful, |*,lv!i.|;  a ninety per cent aveianc,  District Superintendent Mr, H. H,  Ilium.., who coni'iatulaUil the wh'ule staff  of Elphinstone on the results, n.-porled  that  marks  were above provincial  aver-  Only 2 out of V. failed Maths 12,  highest mark was III and the average,was  fli.3. f  AH jievon slttlnjt I'hysUs 12 passed  with top mark of HI and average of (12,7.  Three out of II fulled blolojty 12,  top mark was 74 with average of MX  Chemistry 12 bad n top mark of 711  and avcinun of (i.ri with all t-:n student's  J>a.*.*,li,|��   the  exam.  All ten students passed I'lcnrh 12;  top  murk  was  00  with  avt*iii|;e jif;7.'..'l.  In History 12, all ten students passed,  hll'.h mark .wns lift with an avciai,c of  111.7, /  (ItH>rgn��j��hy 12 had oniv /i.4lwi*�� ����ut  of ten; hlj;h marl, was |UIIfnlnl, uvi.ra,,c  (14. .   ,'     .  Two out of 22 fulled l.lteratui e 12;  lilyl. murk was 115 iji-d Ihu uvcrn(,u C2.2.  have been towinc thc "big pri7.c" to  various parts of the, community where  it has been on show while tickets were  sold. Proceeds from the campaign will  j;o toward the Kiwanis Senior Citizens'  Homes project,  As previously announced, four acres  of properly have been donated for the  homes site and members have held a,  number,of work parties for clearing purposes. A number of cash donations have  been made toward the project and largest  lo dale has been the suni of $1,000 by  the Fanners Institute. Another substantial amount is expected to be announced shortly.  In order to proceed as quickly as  possible, the club welcome*, all help and  financial assistance from Interested groups  and Individuals, Commit tees have been  funned to Investigate number of units  needed und possible to construct, prior  to  obtaining  architects   plans.  As iiMiul, diaw for the boat, motor  and trailer, one grand package prize, will  be held during the evenings entertainment presently by the clul). This Includes  the Annual I'ancake .Supper which coincides wllh Ihe eve of the Hun Salmon  Derby. Dining past years the Gibsons  wharf has attracted large numbers of  visiting vrssels which gather for the night  In order lo get off to a good start in the  Sun Salmon Derby, To many of the  visitors the Pancake .Supper has proved  a welcome Innovation and has also  served as a fund raiser for the Klwanls,  This year a live orchestra has been  obtained lo play music for dancing and  the club's publicity chairman reports  Hint the group, "I'Vontlersmen" Is a very  capable and popular band.  Tickets for the draw will be available from members throughout the evening nii'l tlie actual (liawliift of Ihe hieky  number will be loward Ihe end of the  event,  Everyone Is welcomed tu this evening of entertainment, piuiCakc suppers  aie usually mi veil from uboitl fi:"10 p,m,  on nnd llu* date again! Satin day next  August 22ml Gibsons wharf,  at Elphinstone, Mr; Hanna mentioned  double and perhaps even triple programming in subjects where there are a small  number of students and such programming is practicable. This would make full  use of classrooms and teachers. This  would not be possible with a subject like  Physics, said Ivlr. Hanna.  Elphinstone staff has been reduced by  two teachers tliis coming year.  Tenders called  Department of Education has given  approval for tenders to be called for thc  addition of two more science laboratories  at Elphinstone at a cost of $122,000. These  will be built above the two laboratories  that were completed early this year.  Concern was expressed over curtailing thc science programme when laboratory facilities are being increased but  Mr. Hanna said that they would bc put  to full use by other classes in thc science  programme.  It is understood that removal of physics 11 and 12 from Ihe science programme  is only a temporary measure due to in-  ' sufficient students taking the course this  year.       A\  Architect's drawings for the new wing  at Sechelt are expected to bc completed  by   August   21st.  Addition of one classroom to Langdale  school i.s expected lo be completed in  time for school opening in September.  RENTAL  Secretary Treasurer Jim Metzler advised trustees that there had been an  application to rent the Irvine's Landing  school which Is no longer in use, Applicant Is Mr, John D; Young who fishes  to use the school as a residence combined  with an art studio and workshop and ulso  open It predlocally  for  Instruction,  , Mr, Metzler sold he had arranged to  meet Mr. Young duiing a visit to Ponder  Harbour but Mr, Young lives on a bout  and could not be contacted,  Trustee Bill Malcolm said that Mr.  Young had telephoned him at one time  and his advice was to attend a board  meeting to discuss the matter,  , Further Investigation will be made before a decision Is reached on renting the  school,  Id-Briefs      ~4  ninf  Ik ray  fo action!  In Today's Classified:-  *i^*0*^**0mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmm0mmi0mmmmm*mm'wm.  GEMACO rock tumbler, Single bed, combination radio & record player,  12'xl2'  outside  frame,   floored   tent.  l*lll*~t'***>***M����M��'*i**MI^  ��� Tlmrs Clo*.*.lfic<l!.  reach  over  2,500 homes.  (10,000 frodefs).  ��� Time-. Clemlflr.1* fln INTO tho borne*- . , .  not on lowns., ���*.!reels or in culvert*.  ��� Timr**. Clov.tllr.1. oro lowco*.!, l.lrjh potency  fcolc'a Ionic*,.  Phono 885-9654  . ^t  NaaaJa, maraa--,- avaaaF-M.. *  .............   ....    *aa.a*a  *\  '#��*  ���IfM-a layM"   flaw*,.. H^wat-ww    ��ar.  ,. 'FA  ,/*rAA  l*Y ^"  "H?^^^5fAAt^ ^K4//*^fi^^^^  ^^^;;^A-^^';a^  pLtf��JWiJIMlA6jJ^Wlaiaill,a/^a^>^.^^V/  VHiiNuK^Uy  \  v*  Page A-2 The Peninsula Timfls, Wednesday Aug. 19,1970    R^L E$TAJE (ConHnued,      REAL ESTATE (Continued)   REAL ESTATE (cent.) HEAL ESTATE (Cont.) WANTED TO RENT  "C-WMWUWWMMMy"UMUt>ft*AlM*W^^  r  THEpENINSULA7^��e* Sechelr - Phohe 885-9654  Classified  0W^tUWUMVWVVWWI'VltVW0Wt^mmmtl*1*tt^l*UWWI*9niWI0mWl^*l0VltWinH  " published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula-Times Ltd.,  ot Sechelt B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31. 1970  Gross Circulation 2538   ,  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion  175c  Three  Insertions $1.50  Extra lines (4 words) 15c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge Is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by . ..  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c*  per count lino.  Display   advertising ��� in  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates��� -  By mail. Peninsula area -$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens ���$3 yr.  By carrier 50c month  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  tflLLiCUM Chimney *, Service.*  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-219i preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,       statements,  balance    sheets.  Personal   income tax returns. Ph. 886-933.1.  4127-tfn  WANTED  5,000 to 10,000 gall, wood stave  water tank. Phone 885-9330  or 885-9796. Or contact Morgan Thompson or "Frank Jorgenson. 4977-39*  BY OWNER ��� Selma Park,  immediate possession. Viewing Georgia Strait, 2400 sq.  ft. on 2 floors. Lower floor  walk-in - entrance, 4 bdrms,  large rec room, 2 fireplaces,  dblo plumbing, w.w. carpet,  large sundeck, carport. Features reg. rein, concrete "fallout" shelter, outbldg.. workshop 24. x 30 ft. Attractive  grounds, approx. \h. acre. FP  $48,000 some terms. Ph. 885-  9630. 4878-tfn  700 FT. water frontage, private  bay & protected cove on  Sargeant's Bay. 13 acres, 600  ft. frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Owner���P.O. Box 416, Sechelt  or Tel: 224-5005. 4965-38  PRIME  T  SCHOOL DISTRICT No.  -.' (SECHELT)  46  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  Wed. Aug. 19th at 8 p.m. ���  Your last chance to see  99 WOMEN  (Restricted)  Thur., Fri, & Sat., Aug. 20th,  21st, & 22nd at 8  p.m.  THE GOOD GUYS AND  THE BAD GUYS  in Color ��� Starring  Robert Mitchum  Sun., Mon., & Tue., Aug. 23rd  24th, & 25th at 8 p.m.  fOP\  in Color���Starring Alan Arkin  5034-38  MRTOS  GIBSONS W.ESTERN DRUGS  . .  . is pleased  to sponsor this  Birth  Announcement  space,  and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  MR. and Mrs. Neils Hansen  of West Sechelt, B.C.' announce the forthcoming' mar-  iage of their daughter, Linda  Elaine to Roderick Allan  Moorcroft son of Mr. & Mrs.  A, Moorcroft of Gibsons, B.C.  The ceremony will take place  on Saturday, September 5th,  St. Hilda's Church, Sechelt,  B.C. '" 5013-38  MR. and Mrs. Fred Newman  of West Sechelt are happy  to announce the engagement  of their second eldest daughter, Shirley Anne to Peter Arthur Waymcnt, only son of  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waymcnt  of Davis Buy,  B.C.      5018-38  MR. and Mrs. Don Caldwell of  Secholt, B.C. are pleasecf to  announce thc engagement of  their only daughter, Penny  Lynnc to Stanley G. Stubbs,  son of Mr. and Mrs. George E.  Stubbs of Gower Point, B.C.  Wedding to take placo on October 3rd, 1070, St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Secholt.  5010-38  PERSONAL   ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 0:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hull. Ph. 8(15-0327, 88(1-  2343. 4070-tfn  WISH  to contact Lai ter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 880-2540. 4505-tfn  AVON calling ��� Selma Park  call  Nora after (i p.m,  805-  2303. 4914-38  WORK WANTED  PAINTING     arid    decorating,  interior and exterior, Phono  800-9(104, 4572-tfn  HANDYMAN���Roofing, jjuT-  tor.s, down plpi'-i, drains.  Repairs and installations, Vftc-  cuum equipped chimney fier-  Vlco. Free cstlmnlc.M, guaranteed work. Phon 805-2478.  4!.n7-tfn  EXPERIENCED drywall ncou-  }tllc & textured ceiling*., now  In Gibsons area nnd nerving  tho Peninsula. Frco Estimate:,.  Fast -service. Phone (J & W  Drywall,  (100-2402.       4200-tfn  I WILL do your office work in  my home, l.oi.kkeipli.i', billing,   letter,*!,   manm-crlpta*.   etc,  Write   Box   132,  Sechelt,   B.C.  4��fi.)-tfn  JOHNSON'S  Building Maintenance.  Specializing In pnper hanging,  Interior & exterior decorating,  rug cleaning. All types of  building maintenance.  Phone 805-0715 after 4 p.m.  ��52-tfn  Teaeher-aides are required for",  Sechelt Elementary Sehool,  commencing September 1970.  Work will be primarily with  Native Indians. Applicants  should preferably, have Grade  12 and some skills in typing  or clerical work. These are  basically training positions Si  applications will be considered  from those with lesser qualifications who have the desire  and ability to apply themselves.  The Secretary Treasurer  Bo.\ 220, Gibsons, B.C.  5014-38  HELP WANTED  CARPENTERS & construction  laborers wanted to work in  Sechelt area. Union rates. Ph.  291-7266 (Vancouver), Bird  Construction. 5001-38  WAITRESSES  WAITERS  HOUSEKEEPERS  Part-time %and fulltime.  Phone 885-2232  LORD   JIMS  LODGE  PENDER Harbour - between  Garden Bay , and Irvings  Landing lowest priced large  view, scmi-waterfront lots.  Near lake. Serviced. $3500-  4500. Phcne Collect 883-2407.  Mrs.  Walker. 4990-39  ONCE IN A.LIFETIME  LANGDALE HEIGHTS  Beautiful level buildirig lots  with a view of Howe Sound,  fully serviced and perc. tested,  elementary school next door,  shipping nearby, a truly wonderful opportunity to get a  good sized lot at a price -which  is really low, $500 down makes  you a landowner. Total price .  range is $2250 lo $3500.  MqcGREGQR PACIFIC  Gibsons Office  880-7244  Jack Warn           886-2081 Res.  . 5035-38  HOPKINS LANDING: Semi-  waterfront, 2 bdrm view home  close .to beach and store, all  services, large L.R., combination kitchen and dining. Has  self-contained suite in the  basement. On nice lot overstocking Howe Sound. Full  price  $22,500.  886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK: 3.8 acres  ���of   park-like,  property   with  roads on 2 sides. Fruit trees  and sheds and animal shelters,   I  good garden soil. Has 2 bdrm /   $lo,  livable   log  cabin.  2   blks  to \  A.   .i\., ���     /-,    -*.  post office and store. $12,500. J Available as One or Two  886-2481  SEMI-WATERFRONT ��� 2  bdrm home, fireplace, sundeck,  utility room, all services, on  Dominion Lease Land at Gibsons boundary. F.P. $12,700.  886-2481  Chamberlin   Rd.,  HOME, cottage -or lot wit,h  View & easy access to beach.  Welcome Beach, .Damp Bay or  Secret Cove area. No agents.  Reply Box 4996 c/6 Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt,. B.C.  4996-40  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 203-4993  collect br  730-5933  For fast service on all properties and "businesses.  BLOCK BROS.  4842-tfn  200' EXCELLENT    .  BEACH FRONT  Hydro, Phone and Water  at Site  FOR SALE  By Lease-Purchase  Agreement.  000 Cash Required.  RRl   Halfmoon  Bay, B.C.  5028-38  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  E & M Grocery Store, Sechelt;  3   bedroom   apartment   attached,   inquire   at   store,   or  phone 885-9414.        ..,;, 4982-38  SPARE TIME INCOME Re-  filling and collecting. money  from NEW TYPE high-quality  coin-operated dispensers in  your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2900 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can  net excellent monthly income.  More full time.' For personal  interview write CANAPENN  DISTRIBUTING LTD.. DEPT  A, 100 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include phone  number. 5016-38  REAL ESTATE  -v  2   BEDROOM   all 'electric   at  Porpoise Bay for sale. Principals only. Ph. 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 4483-tfn  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to now subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village, $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 Tho Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  2 bedroom brand new home,  100 nmp -service, wired for  range nnd W and D. Heated  by electric furnace. Move In  right away for only $14,500.  Waterfront lot nt Sandy  Hook. Spectacular view, Hydro and wntcr by, full price  $8,000.  View lot nt Silver Snndn.  On tho highway. Try your  down payment to $3,300 full  price.  20 ncn"*. with Ativan, through  and hydro by nt Robert!.  Creek, Full prlco $23,500,  Waterfront lot nt Cotton  Point, Keats Island, of fern.  $7,900.  4,7 acres close to Golf Couv.io  ���good investment at $0,000,  3,90 acre homesite on two  rondrt, near Sandy Hook, Full  price $17,000.  (10 foot of Waterfront, lovely  view, proteoU-d nhoro, good  iK'acli nnd moorage, serhided,  water nnd hydro available.  $15,000 full price, half cash.  Tillicum Bay I/it $2,400.  Multiple Listing, Service  DON HADDEN  885-9504  4043-tfn  2    acres,  $5500 cash.  5 acres. North Rd., $7500  Terms.  10 acres, Hanbury Rd.,  $9,000 Terms.  5 acres, North Rd., $5500  cash.  886-248f  ROSAMUND RD., 3 bdrm.  siding, painting and cupboard  new home, not finished, needs  work, move in now and finish it yourself. F.P. $15,500 on  terms.  886-2481  SOUTH FLETCHER RD., 2  bdrm, full bsmt home, has  stairs to attic if more bdrms  heeded, Dining toom and separate kitchen, fireplace, garage. F.P. $13,675 with $7600  dn. and balance $80 month at  7%.  886-2481  GIBSONS ��� ABBS ROAD.  2 bedroom Post & Beam electric heat home, overlooking  Georgia Strait and Howe  Sound, kitchen and dining  room, large living room, part  basement and car port. F.P.  $17,500 with terms.  886-2481  HILLCREST ROAD. Cosy  one bedroom house on nice  lot, w-w carpet, .large LR,  cheerful kitchen, low taxes,  all services. Ideal for couplo.  F.P, $11,500, terms.  886-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Ileal E-state & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone   800-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  Lots.  PHONE 885-9722  Or Have Your Agent  Enquire.    4981-tfn  SECHELT: ON THE LEVEL! Immaculate 4 room cottage in quiet residential area.  Blacktop drive, lot fenced and  landscaped. Attractive terms  on $18,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: Beautifully treed 4 ac. "W-F homesite.  Pretty little cove, driveway in  and water connection* paid/  Must see to appreciate. Terms  on $20,000.  Approx. 3 ac. with cozy 4  room home. Well .located, 1  mile to shops and school. Ideal  spot to keep that horse or just  garden. $5,000 dn. oh $14,000  F.P.  GIBSONS: 20 choice acres  with total of 6V2 ac. clear.  Comfortable older style 4  room hbme, wired for range  etc. New workshop 16 x 24.  Roads 3 sides, excellent water  and garden soil. Attractive  terms  on  $32,500.  Looking for a spot for a mobile home? Be sure to see this  95* x 140' parcel, level and  easy clearing. Small stream.  Convenient ocation. Priced for  quick Salle at $2,600.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Offering .lge. lot with view up  Sound and out , on Salmon  Rock. Only $7,500 on easy  terms.  Handyman's special! Live  in while renovating, 4 rooms  and bath. Nice lot with view,  few fruit trees. Try $2,500 dn,  on $7,850.  GOWER POINT: Approx, 1  ac. at excellent beach. Co/.y 3  room cottage, in natural set-  ting. Fruit trees nnd small  fruits. Only $23,050 terms may  be considered.  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  OFFER:  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  WAKEFIELD    ���   Half   acre  view lot, $6000.  3 bedroom and den, 2 fireplaces, double carport, fenced  and landscaped, $35,000 with  Va down.  % acre of garden, lawns, and  shrubs; 3 bedroom home. $24,-  500 with Va. down.  Davis Bay���2 bedroom home,  $16,500.  View lots from $3,200.  Halfmoon  waterfront���300'   at  $33,000.  View  lots���Davis Bay. .  H. Gregory 885-9392  4886-tfn  . ���' 1    ..��� -. -:   '  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Two  bedroom, older type home on  quiet street Excellent view.  Level lot, garden area, fruit  trees. Hydro, water, phone.  Owner leaving area and wants  immediate sale. Full Price  $7350.  GIBSONS RURAL: Two 4%  Acre blocks of level land.  Frontage on paved road, some  clearing done. Short distance  from Gibsons. Full Price is  $5500 for each block.  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: Level  VIEW lot. Full street access.  This is a good tot reasonably  priced in a choice location.  Size about lit acre. Full price  $4,500. Offers and terms for  immediate sale.  ROBERTS CREEK: 2 beautiful treed large lots, approx.  "... acre each. 110' frontage on  Lower Roberts Read. All services available. Good holding  or investment property. Full  .price $5,000 each. FIRST  TIME OFFFERED.  ROBERTS CREEK: Partially finished executive type,  home on 160' WATERFRONT-  AGE. House 2200 sq. ft. of living area, planned for guest  suite at side. Double fireplace,  shake roof, fully wired with  outdoor lighting ond intercom  system, sky light etc. Fantastic LEVEL beach. F.P. $29,500  (try your down payment and  terms).  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Li-sting Service  Box 238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  886-9359  .886-7760  Evenings:  Jnck White  Ken  Crosby  Jt\y Visser  BIJ  .     WEST SECHELT  3 Bdrm bsmt homo on 80' o( level pebble beach. Asking $38,000  with terms.  SUMMER CABIN  At Sandy I look on nlco vlow lot |ust a few step*, to beach. Only  $5,000 dn. Uol. ot $60 p.m.  PENDER HaIuTOUR  2 Bdrm semi post & beam on view lot. This home Ii only 7 yrs  old ���*-. has outo/oll furnace, in cement bsmt, Only $16,900 F.P.  HOUSE AND AO^GlT"  2 yr. old Westwood home on 6 view act, In rural Gibson*, or older  3 Ddrm homo on 5 level act. In Sechelt $16,500 F.P.  SUMMER HOMESITCS"  Toko your pick of 2 level extra laroo view lots on Gunboat Boy  loc,  Loss than  500' beach.  Power ond  water ovnll,  A*,  low 0*1  $3800 with term*. Also Garden Boy lako front lots (mm $2/50.  ^um^r-end^eciaI~"  10 yr. old 2 Bdrm b*.mt home with outo/oll heat ond finished  b',mt room, Completely redecorated A priced to -sell this, month  for only $16,500.  Enquire   today   nbout   waterfront   lot*  $2900 dm  ot   Sandy   Hook.   Only  FOR  THESE   AND   OTHER   SUNSHINE   COAST   PROPERTIES  CONTACT   6.   KNOWLES   PHONE   290-0541   OR   291-2001.  BLOCK BROS, em Ll  '  -1701  H. HASTINGS ST.  Vince Prewer  Lorrie Girard  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  " ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Glbsoas, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  0(10-2935 MEMBER  (1R0-2090 MULTIPLE LISTING  085-2300 SERVICE  5033-30 5037-311  Box 238, Gibsons,  B.C.  5030-38  WATER front .lot, choice Gibsons location. All -services.  $7,000 cash, or $7,500 tenuis.  Ph. 88C-7559, Box 136, Gibsons,  B.C. 4997-38  EXCELLENT  commercial   lot  ���  centre Sechelt���highway  location, level and cleared. All  services   available.   Box   1104  .Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  LOTS for sale ��� Vi - V* acres.  2 semi waterfront in Madeira  Park. All services available.  By owner. Frank Lee, Madeira Park. 883-2607.      4916-39  "BAYVIEW" ��� Sargeant  (North-West) Bay ��� New Waterfront development!! Magnificent waterfront & view lots  with suparlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lots available in  this choice location close to  Sechelt Village with all facilities. Act NOW and secure the  Best of two worlds.  PENDER HARBOUR ���  Large fully serviced view lots  only 200 feet to safe moorage.  Located in the centre of Pender Harbour the hub of scenic boating waters 'and fabulous  sports fishing. Priced from  $2,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Beautifully landscaped, south slope  property, with year round  creek and 285 feet highway  frontage plus well constructed  older type home with half  basement. Ideal retirement  home. Full price $15,000.  GIBSONS ��� Large, fully  serviced \ynterfront lots \yith  beach, safe moorage and "Million Dollar" views!!! Price  from  $8,000.  For   full   details   call   Frank  Lewis  886-9900 at  the office  of Exclusive Agent:  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  886-9900 936-1444  Gibsons Coquitlam  ** 4906-35  FOR RENT  RITZ Motel ��� Rates by day,  week. Commercial crew  rates. Full Housekeeping. Electric heat. 886-2401, Gibsons,  B.C. 4423-tfn  5 ROOM furnished house plus  one 3-room self-contained  suite. Also 3-room furnished  cottage. All available for rent.  Phone 922-7695 after 6 p.m.  4955-38  HOUSEKEEPING room, all  found. Private entrance.  Warm & clean. Selma Park.  Working gent only. Ph. 885-  9535. 4976-tfn  .1     a__��� ; L__  NEW house, Madeira Park, 4  bedrooms. 2 finished. Partly  furnished. Sept. 1st to June 30.  883-2481. 4970-39  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mr. H. Aubin at 885-9575.  2635-tfn  FOR RENT Sept. to June. Furnished beach cottage. West  Sechelt. 885-9554 or 922-2033.  4980-39  2 BEDROOM house for rent,  .large living room, fireplace,  a/oil heat & water. Wired for  stove. Available Sept. 15th Ph.  eves 291-2009 or contact Geo.  Gee at 4248 McGill St., Burnaby 2, B.C. References required. 5009-38  3 BEDROOM  house,  Hopkins  Landing, Sept, 1 to June 30,  Prefer lea.e. $80 month. 880-  7085. 5027-38  2   BEDROOM   apartment   for  rent. Ph. 805-2014.       5030-40  ARTIST wishes to rent house  or cabin on Peninsula. Wife  &.C yr,, old son. Low rent. Industrious and responsible. Box  4927, Peninsula'Times, Sechelt.  4927-36  2   GIRLS  require   housekeeping cabin in the Sechelt area.  Phone 884-5202. 4983-39  WANTED to rent or caretake,  2 bedroom house. No children, no pots, non-drinkers.  Write Box 5006 c/o Peninsula  Times,   Box  310,  Secholt.  5006-39  PETS  SILVER     toy��� &     miniature  poodle  puppies.   Inocculated  from $50. Phone 885-9797.  4987-38  f   414  ������.,   -!"W  **,  "������'.a-  ,IAV  AAA  ���j-..**  M:  ',-f  I     i\   **  **.*. ,  Jt*?^'?^        '     a^    *  .7f- .. ���'  ���, - v. *>.'  !.��;.�����;..  DEAUTIFUL 2% ACRE WILLIAM ISLAND  At  Irvlno's  Landing  In  Pender  Horbour.   1,400 ft*, watorfront,  sheltered, drilled  well.  Full prlco $35,000 with $5,000 down.  230' Wotcrfront Motel site In Pender Harbour���$18,000.  98* Wotcrfront lot at Pender Horbour���$7000.  95' Wotcrfront lot ot Earl Covo���$9000.  -,<*. Acre scml-waterfront lot at Fori Cove���$3000.  130' Wotcrfront, Pender Harbour, low down payment.  6��/j Acres, Madeira Pork,  1100' fronraae on Highway���$8000,  10 Acres, Earl Covo, open to offer.  A Vi Acres wllh 550' on Llllle Lake,  \Va Aero vlow lot, Madeira Park���-$4500.  Mony other view ontl seml-walerfront lots from $3000 to $8000,  Terms available on obovo properties  Discount for Cosh,  OLLI SLADEY  Modelro Park, B.C.  Phona Pcndar Harbour 883-2233  LOST  LOST   ������   Selma   Park   area,  plastic "Beehive" crab trap.  885-9740. 5026-38  LIVESTOCK  GOOD mare for trail & games.  Foal at foot. Phone 885-9312.  4957-38  6 months old dark brown filly  gentle &'halter broker, Ap-  palbosa / Tennessee - Walker.  Registerable, arty offer. 886-  7734. 5005-38  BOATS & ENGINES  19' CABIN cruiser. Head, sink,  bunks, stove, built-in fuel  and water tanks. 50 horse  Merc. & trailer. Many extras.  F.P. $1,950. Call 885-9606.  4831-tfn  FOR QUICK SALE ��� 16 ft.  Clinker Inboard with 9 HP  B.S. Engine completely overhauled and ready to go. Com  plete $300. Phone 885-9366.  4867-tfn  2   FRONTIERSMAN     16'  f.g.  canoes. 1 new $210, 1 used  $195.   885-2080. 5012-38  27' CABIN cruiser, sleeps 4,  solid hull, engine needs  overhaul-repairs, handymans  dream. Loaded with extras.  Phone Clayton Welding and  Marina, 883-2535 or 883-2545  (owner). 5021-38  REDUCED  Kubota 8���11  hp  Diesel Engine  Single cylinder, water cooled,  complete with reverse gear &  controls. Safe, reliable, economical power for fishboat,  yacht or work-boat. Electric  or hand start. Priced from $598  DODWELL DIESEL AND  EQUIPMENT LTD.  645 West 8th Ave. Vancouver 9  Phone 874-1161  4924-39  BOATS & ENGINES (Corit.)  20 FT. plywood with fibreglass  cruiser; approx. 6 ft. beam.  2 bunks, toilet & sink, electric  pump; 100 h.p. Johnson outboard, like new, also 18 h.p.  Johnson ��� in good condition.  Ready to go. Phone 886-7031  or  886-2513. 5004-40  30'  WORK  boat,  good  condi-  tion.   diescl   power.   $3,000.  886-9G96. 5032-40  45 h.p. McCulloch   *$450  50 h.p. Merc, 1969  *$650  50 h.p. Viking  '. ��$425  90 h.p. Johnson 1965  *$625  115 h.p. Evinrude 1969 *$119?  33 h.p. Evinrude 1968  $395  40 h.p. Evinrude m. 1968 ..$495  ' 9.8 h.p. Merc. L/S  $220  ���Includes controls  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  4992-37  CARS & TRUCKS  MUST sell ��� '68 Volkswagen  Beetle   DeLuxe,   radio   etc.  Excellent condition.  Ph., 885-  2121 or 885-2124. 4795-3.^  1962 MERCURY splendid con-  dition, $475 cash. L. C. Emerson, Mason Road. Phono 885-  2304. 5024-38  '57   METEOR   station   wagon.  Runs good, $75. Ph. 885-2098.  5023-38  ONE OWNER ��� 1964 Super  88 Oldsmobile. 4 door P.S.,  P.B., Electric windows. True  mileage 33,000. 2 new spare  studded tires and wheels. Excellent condition, price $1,375.  Also 1968 Austin Mini, automatic, deluxe, mileage only  2,300, like new, Price $1,325.  Phone Norm Hoffar, 885-2253.  5015-38  1961    SIMGA,    35,000    miles,  good   running   order.   Best  cash offer. 886-0561.     5020-38  1959 TAUNUS (German Ford)  for sale, $100. Ph. 883-2588.  5000-38  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  12'x56'    Gleridale,    completely  furnished, TV, stereo, record  player, porch & skirting. Ph.  886-2588. 5010-40  8  x  35   Glendale   2  bedroom  furnished   trailer,   $3400 on  terms. Ph. 885-2419, Sundance  Trailer Court, Sechelt. 4995-40  FOR SALE  TV, radio and stereo ^repairs.  Prompt service in your home,  or at our fully equipped shop.  Ayres Electronics, . Sunshiiu.  Coast Highway, Gibsons. Ph.  886-7117. 4720-tfn  FIREWOOD��� Seasoned, dry,  split alder, fireplace ready.  Delivered &  stacked. $25 per  cord. Ph.  886-2717.      4838-tfn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT No.   1716 ond  1712  2 lovely deep moorage lots, each wilh private float, and 2 bedroom homo. One at $26,500 other at $37,500; includes boathouso  and 24 ft, planked cobin cruiser wilh G.M. motor. Coll Peter  Smith 885-9463,  SELMA PARK VIEW No.  1623  ,.IOO'x200' lot, 3 summer cottages, all with hydro ond water; ono  furnished. Terms on $13,000, or all cash odors. Coll Peter  Smith," 885-9463.  SECHELT VILLAGE No.  1493  Business premises and furnished living quarters, with oppliances.  Fireplace, and nice garden ol rear. All (or F.P. $26,900, Vx cash,  or try your full cash offer. Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  SECHELT VILLAGE ,' No. 1565  Older 2 bedroom home, fireplace, good garden, garage, view of  water, Cash offers to $15,000, or full price on terms, Vi cash,  Call Peter.Smith, 885-9463.  REDROOFFS ROAD WATERFRONT No.  1640  Good beach, fishing, boating; 12 ycor old excellent 2 bedroom  homo-Qr**". over one ocre ol treed properly, Call Peror Smith,  885-9463.  SUNSHINE COAST, PENDER HARBOUR  1800 ft,, cosy access, water frontago with 37 acres Including  over 1300 ft, of paved highway 101. Now ripe for subdivision,  $20,000 down, F.P. $75,000. Coll Dob Kent, 885-9461.  SERGEANT OAY  108' waterfront with cabin, good access rood, approx,  1,06 ocres  of  land,  Deach h good  lor swimming anil  oho boat   moorage;  boat launch ot corner ol lot, F,P, $21,500, Call Stan Anderson,  885-2385.  SERGEANT OAY  2 lovely treed lots on Redrooffs Rood In tho Sergeant Oay afca.  Lots are approx. Vi acre, F.P, $3950 with $2000 down, $50 per  monlh, Coll Stan Anderson, 085-2385,  SELMA PARK '  Nice view lot In Dovls Day on Arbutus Drive, lot h fully cleared  and  serviced,   clone   lo  direct   Iromportotlon  ami  market.  Stan Anderson, 885-2305.  Call  REDROOFFS No< H63  Good view lot In Redroof��, treed, all services available, water ami  power. I ,P. $4500 cojjK Coll StonHMer'aOn, 0B5.2385.  REDROOFFS "  ~>"  NOi ,596  Treed lot closo to good sofo swimming beach; occess to water  |ust across tho rood, All torvlces available, on this one. F.P. $5000  with Vj down. Coll Sinn Anderson, 805-2305,  SELMA PARK ' No   ,660  3 largo bedrooms In this very well maintained homo, full base-  ment,  over on acre of  good  potential   view  property.   87'   of  FP $26,500. Call Dob Kent, 805-9461,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Box 155, Sechelt  Secholt 885-2235  Gibsons 886-7015 ^..MmM^.aaaMa.  .*.... iWi ��,a.  ^"-a. aja^w^aa*^  4 a *>' *    *  ���a,*)'    --."Cia*i'.''.  ���ii^-S'M^l'li-ifV/ Ail   ^i ' * ���"���    "A-  r      ����,/     ' ,       *   ���.**��***" >F- *���"-     *>. '_    - * Aa* 1        a    ,��� *  ���  A-- �������� ��� "        -       " '"���i ���""'  i ''>' '    : A. -���*���  Tugboats Prepare  Claimed to be the biggest tug-boat  race in the world, some of the participants are seen taking position for  one of the two races held at the recent  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade events. Rumour has it that next year even  greater number of tugs" "will take  part.  Walter Safety says,  "Investigate conditions  BEFORE entering the  water, and always swim  with a buddy."-  World oil demand will soon double  -4>!i*; .rv f-r-A A*;"*, 'i1A  I * '    *a S  ti     ��� *-*      ��� a   F��   ""a��� !"���.' I*  I ��� J-���   ������ . - -t^^i -s i;.*~a-7r;yvFJ-  1  '-:?   J-.v^A^'f?;;^  i ' ./<-;  i*-  WORLD oil demand will double during  the  next  20: years\to; a .rate  of  80  million barrels a  day,  according to  an  estimate iri Oilweek magazine.  To meet this projected demand, says  the Canadian business publication, will  requirethe discovery of 500 billion barrels of oil during the next two decades.  Present proven and potential recoverable world oil-reserves are estimated to  be 700 billion barrels, with a cumulative  production to date (during the past century) of 200 billion, barrels.  -As.yet..undiscovered-potential oil reserves are projected at 900 billion barrels  by. petroleum experts ��� including 350  billion barrels for -Russia' and -the- Soviet  bloc nations, 140 billion barrels'for. North  America, 130 billion barrels for the Middle  East, and 280 billion barrels for the other  areas.  New exploration tools ��� such as remote sensing and photography from  orbiting spacecraft -��� will result in increasingly 'effective exploration efforts,  says:-.Oilweek, arid assist in discovery of  the required giant.new oil"fields'.by 1990,  given favorable political and economic  factors.  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  Of the 7,000 forest fires that burn in  Canada each year, 75% are man-caused.  " Congestion  "Just like Dunkirk" said Mr Ross fp^-fl���^3^^  Gibson as boats of all shapes and  sizes pulled into Gibsons wharf-to gas  up. replenish bait and snatch a few  hours sleep on Saturday night, ready-  to leave at dawn Sunday morning for  another attempt to catch the salmon  which could win $25,000. Sight from i  Gospel Rock was unbelievable as  boats milled, around Salmon Rock  and away up the coastline towards  Camp Byng, during the World's greatest fishing Derby now in its-.third  year. Boats tied up to anything arid  everything in Gibsons Bay. mwJ^mmMP*mm,T��mi  FOR SALE (Continued) a  IP ITS suits ��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  . ^8893-tfn  BOOKS by local authors ���  Gibsons Landing story; Peter Principle; Chack Chack;  Place of Quiet Waters; Plus  all the latest Canadiana at The  Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph.  885-9654. 4882-30  "���"-"OR Eleetrolux supplies phone  885-JI474. 4769-tfn  VIKING   electric   range    like  '   new.   Upright   piano,   good  condition, reasonable. Ph. 885-  9345. 4925-38  FOR Sale or Trade: 1956 Ford  Country Sedan in running  order. Also new mobile air ice  box for camper or trailer. Ph.  885-9345. 4946-38  SAWYERS 500 S slid projec-  tor with large pebbled  screen, like new $75. Electro-  lux 3 brush floor polisher,  good condition, $30. Ph. 885-  2370.     .."'A 4961-38  T A P P A N - Gurney     electric  range   30",   fully   automatic.  Perfect condition. Ph. 885-0377.  5007-38  GEMACO rock tumbler. Single , bod, combination radio  & record player. 12'xl2' outside frame, floored tent. Ph.  885-9415. 4998-38  ONE truck, flat deck, 2\<z  tons. 1 trailer for bulldozer.  I John Deere 420 bulldozer.  Ono 13" wheel, new tire and  tube. One 18 ft. trailer axle,  springs, shackles, wheels, etc.  Phone 885-9712. 4990-30  TEMPORARY electric service  imilti breaker. 2-110 plugs &  1 - 220.    Used    once,   $55.   Ph.  885-0885. 5003-40  WHITE enamelled aluminum  window,*, with slider 5'x3'  $20, .rx3' $24. 7*x3' $25. H'x  4' $37. 3'x.T obscure -""17.  Fixed windows and other sizes  also available, Bathroom vanities with arborite top..; kitchen cabinet with arborite tops,  I asps und sinks for .same. All  merchandise at clearance  ���prices.  Ph. 524-4713.      5002-30  MUST sell 5,000 kilowatt light  plnnl, gasoline or propane,  Fully automatic, $1)0(1 cash.  Write P.O. Box (103, Sechelt,  B.C .r)025-*��0  FOR SALE (Continued)  PRIVATE Personal Effects.  Top grade tents 9' x 9* x 7'  and 12' x 9' x 7'. Typewriter,  Remington noiseless. Electric  Frying pan, mixer, portable  heater. Heatlamp, Ultra Violet  ���lamp. Boat -or Camp stainless  steel two burner alcbhol stove. .  Camping equipment etc. Golf  clubs, driver. No. 2, No. 8,  and putter. Skiis, safety harness, poles. Boats, 2 hp 4 cycle  .motor, bronze shaft, prop and  stuffing box, oars etc. Steel  basket car-top carrier. Cleet,  25" 100 lbs. German world war  1 glasses, 6 x 30. Adjustable  stocks & dies. Books, some unusual and valuable. Coloured  prints, -some antique. WANTED: BB type winch. Small  boat approx. 65 .lbs. Any B.C.  history. 886-7731. 5029-38  GLAZED Mosaic . tiles, turquoise and lavender, bi-fold  door-panels, arborite-panols, 4'  x 18", 20 yds. new burlap, natural, 40" wide, bookcase-doors  with glass-panes, 2 used solid  doors, 10 gal. glass-botUe, 11  gal. plastic bottle, 12 gal. wood  barrel. Phone 885-2395 evenings. 5022-38  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint -���- Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  ' Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 880-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  ��� Honda  ��� Stnrcraft Products  ��� Sportsman  Products  ��� Johnson Outboards  ��� Marine Accessories  ��� General   &  Glendale  Mobile Homes  ��� Volkswagen  ��� IHC Trucks  ��� Alaskan Camper,., ���  ��� Factory   Authorized   dealer  for all above  COPPING MOTORS LTD.  8115-21112 885-0(140  "Financing Available"  4037-39  TENDERS  TENDERS are invited for construction of a wooden frame  poultry house. Further information phone 885-9978 or write  Box 387, Sechelt. 5011-40  LEGAL NOTICES  USI- WHITE 5PACI.  TOR EMPHASIS . . .  USE CLA5SIEIEDS  FOR RESULTS!  PHONE 405-4255  NOTICE TO GENERAL  CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders are invited  for the Additions to the ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY  SCHOOL for School District  No. 46 (Sechelt).  Tenders will be received until 11:00 a.m. (P.D.T.) Friday,  September 4, 1970 by:  Underwood McKinley  Cameron Wilson & Smith  612 Clyde Avenue  West, Vancouver, B.C.  A Bid Bond amounting to  5% of the bid must accompany the Tender.  Plans, Specifications and  Forms of Tender may be obtained after 1:00 p.m., Monday, August 17, "1970 at the  offices of the Architects, Underwood McKinley Cameron  Wilson & Smith, C12 Clyde  Avenue, West Vancouver, BC. -  on deposit of $50.00.  Thc lowest of any tender not  necessarily accepted.  5017-pub.  August   19,   1970  APPLICATION FOR A  WATER  LICENCE  WATER ACT  (Section 8)  I, Dcmld E. and Andrea D,  Howell of U.R. No, 2, Gibsons,  B.C. hereby apply to tho  , Comptroller of Water Rights  for a licence lo divert and uso  waler out of Malcolm Creek  which flaws cast to west and  discharges into Gulf of Georgia and give notice of my application to all ��� persons affected.  The point of diversion wi.M  be lord ed at 1000 feet north of  Lot II, D.L. 25011, PI. 43(1-1.  The quantity of wiitir to be  diverted is 1000 gallons per  day.  The purpose for which the  water will be used Is domestic.  The land on which the water will be used Is Lnt 0, D.L,  2.r)9fl, PI. 4304 Gpl, N.W.D.  A copy of this application  was ponti d on Ihe 2(lth .lurx-,  11)70 at the proposed point nf  diversion anil on Ihe land  where the water is lo be used  and two eopies wire filed in  Ihe office of the Water Heeor-  dor ut Vancouver, B.C.  Objections to this application may be filed wllh the  said Water Recorder or with  the Comptroller of Woter  Rights, Parliament Building,  Victoria, BC, within thirty  day.i of Ihe date of first publication  of  Ihe applleUlln.  Date of first publication Is:  August   10, 1070,  Mrs, Andrea Howell  I),   I*.,   Howell  5031-pub. August 111, 2(1, 1070  ^*-**~ .,.".���" ~?**w**'\ **>A  7^m.\  i^  W vS**"*1" "'  \\        V&J^*&  V*-     **&��&  %L  ���#$s��  ��as��<* ^ A- ~SA&  ^^%^A-t  ii  ���^.>A'  .T-Si-S^f.  -       !���&'  te*  Sfctw.  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Ovor tho yearn, B.C. Parity Bonds tiitvo  made an important, contribution to provincial growth, ond havo helped thousands of British Columbiana to move.  ahead financially. Investing in thia nev?  bond could provo tho most rewarding  movo over for your family. Placo your  order today . . . through your bank,  trust company or investment dealer.      |  tiik issuit: Purchriecs of thin ioauo by nn  individual or company aro limited to  52I>,000.  DKNOMiNA'proN.'.: Bearer bondn nro available with coupons attached in donom-  inntions of ��100, $500, ��1,000, $5,000  nnd $10,000,  nEoisTOATroN. Bonds of $1,000, $5,000  and $10,000 can be fully registered.  interest: Interest nt tho rate of 7%  per annum will be paid on the 1st day of  December, March, Juno and September  during tho currency of tho bond.  date of ISSUE: September 1,1970.  i>ate op MATiiniTy: September 1,1975.  nFaOFaMPTiON: British Columbia Hydro  7% Parity Development Bonda can bo  redeemed at par valuo at any timo at  any bank in tho Provinco of British  Columbia, or ot any branch of British  Columbia Hydro's bunkera throughout  Canada.  it]/��  kfHnst  t Rivsm BQr.Bsi  **,|9|,* i<^ H.vlthiir%'>0ri<fai'R  - H  P .�����-**...*-,����-.* r  .  1-*. an*****   '.maV^^^rfi^^n,  ......*.   �����  ���, C*    t-.J^ta.a��a. .Mi ,m .���,>. a-H i <a-aiF.Ha.jH *  \ '  .  Wa^y^^a^^M.^ ���t-    *. ,7  ,t**'V'<ii*Y*l01*V*^0t^01K0*  Poge A-4 The  Wednesday, Augus  .ninsula Times  19, 1970  Winner  From the pile of wrecked cars and  out of the dust cloud emerged Doug  Carmichael, winner of the 1st Sea  Cavalcade Demolition Derby. Doug  was driving a '56 Ford and Bob Cot  ton came second in an old Rambler.  Most of the wrecks were supplied by  Glen Kraus of K & E Towing and  interest was so great that plans are  underway to organize similar events.  In Your Garden  ~~ ���By The Old Rako  THE EARLY English chrysanthemums  should not be confused with our regular exhibition or commercial varieties.  They start blooming in August with some  varieties blooming as late as December.  Judicious, selection of varieties can  give us mums over a period of five  months. The propogation of this type of  mum differs in no way from that of  another mum. There are several types  including .incurves, reflexes, spray types  and buttons. Colors available are white,  yellow, bronze, purple, and, red and in  lots of cases combinations of these. Some  of the, incurves have lovely two-rtone  combinations, while the reflex varieties  of bronze, rose and pink often have an  shading of gold through the petals. This  is a particularly hardy type of mum  , and one that will withstand a great deal  of moisture and even some frost. It makes  an ideal flower for anyone who has no  greenhouse or does not have the time  or facilities to cover them.  To obtain the maximum size in blooms  of the type, disbudding and pinching out  is practiced. If you want size, more than  quantity, pinch back once leaving two  to five laterals and keep all excess growth  removed from them. However if blooms  are desired pinch these laterals out .later  on again to produce moro branches. No  pinching out should be done after the  first of July.  The spray and button types do. not  require to be disbudded. Rooted cutting  or divisions are set outdoors when there  is no danger of frost. Fertilizing and  spraying should be carried out the same  as with any other type of mum. The  azalea or cushion type mums should have  the spent blooms removed as they finish.  To leave them till all the bloom is over  and _ihen sheer them all off means a delay before the second crop of flowers  appear. By removing the dead blooms  as they come the display is more or less  continuous. They can be depended upon  to make a good show if they are divided  and the divisions set out not longer  than two years apart. '-***-*.  I think the chrysanthemum has more  unusual  shades  than  any  other flower.  r.',  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists  Fine Custom Furniture  Store ond Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R. BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberta Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2551  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 886-2402  Box 185, Gibsons, B.C.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248 i  ' ..    '..'     .    *. . * "   '.     ', ".  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service 11  a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  Kiwanis Project  Animal Pancake Supper, a project  of the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis, will  be held this Saturday .-\ugust 22nd  i at the Gibsons wharf on the eve of  the Sun Salmon Derby. Highlight of  the evenings event, which will include  dancing and live music, will be the  draw for this l)oat, motor and trailer.  Funds from the draw will be used  toward the club's big project, a senior citizens homes complex. From  left are members, Ken Steward, Ozzie  Kincks and Frank Lewis.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvico -���11:15 a.m.  ,   Evening Sorvico 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S.CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  1971 Centennial  Several thousand pioneers  sought for special awards  The  United Church of Canada  SUMMER SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.       *"*  Roberts Crock United.  Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m.  ���i Ministry  Mr. Graham Dickie - Davis Bay - 885-2070  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  EVERYONE WELCOME���Informal Dress  SOMEWHERE in British Columbia are  .several thousand pioneers of the  Province who haven't yet been registered  by local Centennial Committees for  special awards during 1971, Ihe 100th  anniversary of British Columbia's entry  Into. Canadian  Confederation.  L. J. Wallace, General Chairman of  the British Columbia Centennial '71 Committee, has issued an urgent appeal to all  local-'committees to speed up the search  for citizens who helped build this Province, "We are anxious that no pioneer  will be missed from among those who  are justly honoured during Centennial  year," Mr. Wallace said, "Local Centennial Committees are just as anxious that  pioneers in their areas are located, Pioneers who qualify, or their relatives nnd  friends, art* nsked to got In touch with  their local committee immediately, Forms  must be completed In full by the local  committee chairman and returned lo the  Provincial Committee not later than  November  lil,  1070.  The chairman    of the  Sechelt     local  committee   Is   Mr,   Norm   llurjey,   phone  Hll.r)-2l7f��; In Glh.sonii Ken Godd-iird,  11110-   t'  2*VI3, )  Mr, "Wallace said there are "lilt) active t-  loenl   committees   In   the   Province,   but |��s  only 1-1 have submitted application forms ',"  for Pioneer iiwiiiiIh. A total nf 2(11  forms V  have   bc*(*i,   screened   and   processed   by j.  local   committees,   and   sent   on   to   the j  Provincial Centennial  Committee. ,,  "In   the   11.(1(1-117   (Vnlcnnial   Celebra- r.,  lions,    more   titan    12,0110    ������|<*i\**.'i *,    wen* f",  honored," Mr. Walleee Mild. "There must j-.  be at least lhat many eligible for nwunls y  during   Ihe yenr-long   15.71   celebration--," I  There   will   be  two   forms  of  rerognl- V  lion,   presented     ,*t   eerenionle.s     during /  11)71,   Medallions   will   be   given   Pioneei i j  who  were  cither   born   In   ("lunula   or   a ���  ��  For All Your  RENOVATIONS,  REPAIRS ami  othor Job* at REASONABLE  RATES:  Call 835-2135  resident of Canada prior to January 1.  1U97, and are now residents of Britjsh  Columbia.  Special Centenarian awards will also  bc presented. For purposes of this award,  a Centenarian shall be any person who  has attained or will attain Ids or her  100th- birthday by or .during 1971, and  who is a resident of British Columbia  now,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MERMAID & TRAIL, SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvico 11:15 a.m,  PASTOR, Mr. R. Allaby  PHONE 886-7502  All Welcome  mia0mamiinx,issiiimxss  SECMELT AGENCIES [DATE PAID  ��� This frco reminder of coming events Is a servico of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Ponlnsula Tlmos direct for frco listlnrjs, specifying, "Dato  Pad". Please nolo that spoca Is limited ond some odvonco dates moy  havo to wait their turn; also lhat this Is a "reminder" llstlno only and  cannot always carry full details.  Aurj.  19���8 p.m, Blnao, Sechelt Legion ���Hall.  A119, 20���B p.m. BlnQO. Gibson. LcQlon Hall.  Aug, 21���8 p.m. Blnoo. Sechelt Indian Hall.  Aug,   22���Iron.  9  p.m,   Sechelt   Legion  Hall.   Lcrjlon   HO   sponsored  Chlnoso Smorna!.l>orcl nnd Dance,  Aiiq. 22   -from 7 p.m, Gibson*. Whorl. Klwonh Annual Poncako Supper  ond Boot Ro.'lo,  Ai-ti   22 II   n.m.-l p.m,  Davis lloy Whorf, Children  Fhhlna  Derby,  Auo. 25    8 a.m. S.M.T. Bin depot, Sechelt, Senior Citizen. Bu*, Trip lo  P.N.L.  Aug. 25���/*.'J0 p.m, Glb-.r-ns Llcmentary School, Public hearing, Zoning  Bylaw,  Aug,  7d 7:30 p.m.  Robert, Creek Community Hall,  Public  Heorlng.  Zoning Bylaw,  Aug, 2/     /i30 p.m. Sechelt Llemcnlory School, Public Hearing. Zoning  Bylaw,  Aug'   29    7;30' p.m.   Modelro   Park   School.   Public   Hearing.   Zoning  Bylaw.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multlplo Lilting Sorvico  Vancouver Real Ettote  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  C1ES TO.  Gibsons 886-7015  Sechelt 805-2235  24 HOURS  T^^^S^^SSSSBS^^^SSSSS^SSSIS  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete tine bf appliances  For freo estimate���Call (386-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Co"  FREE ESTIMATES  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE)  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  ( Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  BILL MCPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477  V"  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' ana" Children's Wear  Open six days a week    -  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SECHELT BEAUTY BAR  IN RICHTER'S BLOCK, SECHELT  (formerly Nita's Beauty Salon)  Phone 885-2818  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel  BACKHOES  Ditching - Excavations  Office In Benner Block  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE 8. ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  , i 1      i  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  .  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331  - Sechelt, B.C.  . * ........ .,....  "V,  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour, B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ALTA RAE BUILDERS  HOME - COMMERCIAL  RENOVATIONS - CABINETS  Journeyman Finishing  Harold Beninger  Box 14, Sccehlt, B.C. - Ph. 885-2355  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrete Work  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  Welcome to The Roorshlnc Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Spcclall-Mr-. In Clcanlnfi - Floor Woxlnrj  Spray Bulling - Window Cleaning  RGASONA0LI". RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  SIGN PAINTING  Indoor and Outdoor Signs  ���Boats���  Phone 883-2231  DUNCAN COVE RESORT  Camper Site*;, Hilly Modem Cabins,  '���������Trntlnrj Ground*.  Ln.inr.l.infj Romp, Uool Renlol'., M001090  Unciowilcil Noluinl Scltino In the llcoit ol tlio  fhhlna Ground:., follow lho !.lrjnn.  883-2577 - R.'R.'l, Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block  Next to lho Co-op Store  Gibson*) 886-2322  V-r  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  and Major Appliance Service  PORT MELLON -.-  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.       Res. 886-9949  C&S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   Phone 885-9713   HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  Canadian  jfROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast  with reliable and economical  Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIMATtS  Phono 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  ROY a WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Parts & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K&C Thermoglass  and Pioneer Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  WORK WANTED  Rototlllino - Lawns and Landscaping  # Corpcntry - Plumbing - Septic Tanks  Lots cleared of debris or any |ob.  No Job Too Small and Seldom Too Dip.  Phone 885-9418  William S. Dooley, R.R. 1, Sechelr, D.C.  Land Clc.iring. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Secholt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767  ,   COAST DRAINAGE SUPPLIES  Dlv. of Coott Dockhoo ft TrucMnrj Ltd.  f ihrcnlnv. Septic Tanks (.old ond InMnlled  Droln Tlio - Cement - Rclnforclnrj Rods,  Distribution no*r.a, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crook  Sunshino Coast Highway  LANDSCAPING - 51 IRtJOS - FRUIT I Rl 15  fifRRY PLANTS - MiDDlNG PLANTS  FlRTILJZfcR . PlIATMOSS  fully Licensed Pe.tlcl.lo Sproylnrj (or  Landscaping, nnd Treri.  Phono 886-2684  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholstering - Restyling  Complete Drapery Service \  Samples shown in the home  , Phone 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  1  *  ���n*-"-.  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loo Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Graven^fiil - Top Soil  Bulldozing - Loader - Backhoe  Trucks  Phone 883-2240  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting  Steamfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sizes. Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood.   We  deliver  on   tho  Sunshine Coast.  Chock Our Prices Before Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.  Phono 321-2388  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  (to 9 p.m. Friday)  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL '  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  ' RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  4i J��hone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ACTON ELECTRIC LTB.  Residential, Industrial  and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat-  Line Work  Phone 886-7244  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anvwherc in Canada.  General Freight. Low-bed and heavy hauling.  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phono 886-2863  Box 552 - Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Wcldlno.  Evlnrudo Soles - OMC Parts & Servico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CREEK DRYWALL  Taping and Filling by hand and machlno  ���Spray Tex Sparklo Cclllnns���  Phono 886-7193 - Roberts Crcok, B.C.  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  PIcqsq Follow Smoko/a  AL8��'.  Always hold  matches till cold.  Bo suro to  drown nil fires.  Crush nil  umokos dead out.  0111131(11  HRESTfflESI  ,!>*  ** i . n-*-*.. >.  7  lA*��>a4MM*   ���*   ���a>a*l��t����kl*    ��  ,�������/���*,*, ."���    +   �� 0    -a "-.���J-    ��   i" ���*��� ����,��  I    *���>*.%.   *    * H     k   fr   h    *    *   Pt   *   m. ^  t*Wa*   *   *   *   *   *���*+ ** **-<r*-*��-**0*0*+< ^ ^ ******/m*^*.*******.^**** **.-*. 0L& **.*,,***   ���**�� tt) rr, ������*���-.  ���*-*-**����������-*���-��-< Page A-5  1970  ?.  ['.  er-watcr  w^Mm^WMW"SiWi^S���W^4    *������" -�����-- -.-���.6 ��� ���5-i2 feet  t^Sj^8i��#?Ks&d across Jervis Inlet���has been c��mPictcd-  It will be part of a new 23.0,000-volt B.C.  Hydro powerline from Sechelt to Powell  River area, scheduled to be placed in  service in November. The line will supplement electric service to Powell River  now provided by a single 138,000-volt  line from Sechelt. Each of the long span's  three conductors is anchored to high  rocky bluffs on both shores of the inlet  by 35-foot-high steel towers.  Smokey Bear's A.B.C.'s are ��� Always  hold matches until cold; Bc sure to drown  all fires; Crush all smokes dead out.  FOR ALL YOUR FLOORCOVERING NEEDS  CALL ON  O  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert* Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  ft CARPETS      ft TILES      ft LINOLEUMS  WE FEATURE A LARGE SELECTION OF DRAPES  ^S  *~~~~*" __, Camp Byng  Gleaming white letters which spell- be familiar across the border. Twen-   Bilden and   Committee   Chairman  out camp Byng. are a land mark on ty-nine Scouts from 4 Seattle troops    Jack Potter hope to arrange an ex-  the Straits of Georgia and with an wearing the lighter khaki uniforms    change  trip nertt summer' for Ca-  ever increasing/number of American joined with Canadian   Scouts   last   nadian Scouts.  Scouts visiting, the Camp will soon week and their Scoutmaster Eugene  r'  ���v A v>  ^. AUG.22-SEN.7  ^galwgp    Come celebrate PNE'a   60th birthday. PNE 70 Is  184 glittering acres filled with fun for  everyone. See top-flight entertainers  and the electronic show,  Dancing Waters daily at the  Coliseum. Free! Join the fun-lovers  af Playland and ride the new Sky Glider.  See the spectacular Horse Shows and  livestock Events. Visit the glamorous  exhibits at Woman and Her World.  Watch the exciting feats of skill at the  Festival of Forestry. There's daily Horse  Racing at PNE's tuxury track. See the  USAF & NASA space exhibits, Vete-  scope and so much more. You can win  big prizes, too, totalling over $115,000.  A car-a-day. Or a fully-furnished dream  home. PNE 70 swings for 17 days including Sundays. So bring the kid in  you and kids with you. You'll alt love it.  fPS  o  o  Swingers   -  Testing the rope bridge which they  built at Camp Byng are 26 Scouts  from Seattle   and 29 Scouts   from  Vancouver and Gibsons.  o  PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION VANCOUVER  KIDS  OUTGROWN  THEIR CLOTHES ...  TOYS . . .  FURNITURE?  GET CASH  THROUGH  AD-BRIEFS  FOR FAST  ACTION, PHONE  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser: These  advertising spaces are  real bargains for you.  Sold on contract only. For  details on how to stretch  your advertising dollar/  phone 885-9654, ask for  special ad rates.  Phone 886-2424  Limited  REAL ESTATE  AND INSURANCE  Phone 886-248S,  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  Phone 886-2624  '    VAUOETY Af^D  [PAINTS  You May Pay Your B.C.  Hydro and B.C. Telephone  Accounts Here.  Phone 886-2615  TOUHISM TRMEE  WASHED  Grade eleven student preferred,  (interested in helping out at  Sechelt Tourist Bureau on voluntary basis, to train for 1971  season.  Anyone Interested pleaso contact  MRS. ALICE MURRAY  885-9662  MMtfiBwwai'iiw'iirtiM*^  Mystery Queen l  All set to keep Gibsons Sea Cavalcade parade route spotless was this  comic group from Sechelt whoso efforts won a third prize. Newcomers  to the district nncf ready to join in  ���the fun aro Mr. Ron Slack with little  daughters, Su.snn (bunny) nnd .lane'  (Miss Who I.n Phew, Sanitation  Queen). Equipped wllh broom i.s  (.eorge McKenzie who was visiting  from Kamloops. Also in the group  were Ricky nnd Timothy Slack,  Wnltor Sf-foty snys,  =��".     "Toll your mother and  fnlher thnt you wnnt  to lot-in. to twlii. NOW."  Phone 886-9962 ���  The Service Station  with everything for the  Evlotorist  Ufoardfc  77  REGULAR AND KINGS  item  ���Mr. Advertiser:  Thcso advertising  spaces aro real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  only. For details  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar, phono  885-9654, ask for  special ad   rates.  @! PSOITIS  Western ��rugs  HAIG MAXWELL - PHARMACIST  "The Best For Less"  Phone 886-7213  Oij  ^i  CBNtJBlE-  Phone 886-9543  Children and Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports Wear  Phone 886-9994  35.$  nr  ^  ���Ju  U  Our popular monthly  Family Allowance Draw  Now gives you a heller chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two $10  Draws  &*��$&��8^^  ��M$��  %.0^0^^^tK0>.^0.0i^0^0  rmitiu,n^r,,,":r�� ���  0*��. ** w\    atTat, 0* ,+mfWt m*.w**H*. -**�� *^*a,A .-.batt ���**������   t*>     afl-1 avaa aTh) t*-ff-     a>|    ��    <���    A    a*.    I f a, * /  i *            .' **            . 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Wednesday, August 19, 1970  ET^ 1? *R* /f^v ���^flf   C5 MeSPOBSlDi�� DUDUCaf lOIlS          .'  trade unions-then a lockout>then str  il   //  fl     tl    vv    )) rra   tl   ffi"%   (1      ^^ I                                  - \*                             &                                                                            again,   coupled   with   two   attempts  M-*4r M* crSa  ^Sg^ir eJj u t��h tilted M.M [has/ I                             "H                                                    ���                  "ir                           "B          government    at  third-party    medial  ,5"? Vif, if��    <J*>a��*^-(fF(,{,l ^ Xv-X'tyi    >      , J. ' -J,  **" 'al' '       f��>'-',VfT''     pi Vs*-        ":  Fa^aJaa^*ta*l^a^aaOaa^aaaa*^aayap.*j/n>aa/<^M^atf"^ ji. ���  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to bc fight."  ' ���John Atkins |  <- r       Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor and Publisher  _..    _ 1 ���a..^���__���^_���^_��M_��.MM������j^������aMM���������������a-a-aaa���I  ����I��e&���� sat  tlie <Bi��s��gi'��aal��  FABULOUS sums of moneSy go annually to the cause of scientific  study, experiment, and development of  multitudinous commodities which while  proving advantageous in some respects,  unfortunately have a definite detrimental  affect during the course of time.  There arc so many aspects involved  that it would take a book to outline each  and every example. One might point to  herbicides as a prime case of robbing  Peter to pay Paul, Sprays and various  agents have been devised vto destroy  some plant growth and^nhibit others.  What affect these same herbicides have  on the human body after consuming  fruit or vegetables so treated is, so far,  a matter for conjecture.  Artificial manures might well be put  in the same classification and apart 'from  any question of toxidity, growth of  produce while invariably excellent, sadly  lacks in taste.  Vast sums have been spent on production and advertising of detergents  which every few months arc claimed to  contain new and better additives which  are both kindly to thc housewives hands  and produce even whiter than white  clothes. Even, one assumes, when thc  clothes are colored?  Result of many of these detergents,  and so called additives, is the fact that  they ultimately end up in lakes, rivers  or ocean, where they contaminate and  nollutc at enormous loss of underwater  life. Certain varieties of bird life as  well as human beings suffer as a consequence.  Mechanization costs billions of  dollars annually as scientists and engineers seek to provide larger and faster  aircraft with the object of saving time  and cutting costs. Strangely enough, costs  might to some extent have remained  fairly stable during the past two or three  -ycars-but they have not decreased.As to  the time element, it is possible to save  perhaps half an hour on a trip to England  from Vancouver. Real big time saving?  Now when a transatlantic passenger  plane disintegrates, anything up to three  hundred lives arc lost compared to those  in the smaller and slightly slower sixty or  so passenger aircraft.  Modern freeways are designed at  great cost in order to cater to modern  high speed autos. Result is that carnage  on thc freeways has reached terrifying  proportion, for few people survive an  eighty or ninety mph crash. High speed  gasolines help play" a similar role.  Individuals, referred to as psychiatrists, were trained at no little cost and in  turn are paid handsome salaries to tell  society it no longer exerts authority on  children, rather, do anything but upset  their tender souls. Many of these same  individuals advocate legalization of such  drugs as marijuana, advocate freedom of  basic instincts such as nudism and in  general may bc blamed for thc present  permissive society to which thc western  world has fallen victim.  Wc can surely. look wilh - pride at  the severe increase in vcnerial disease,  our long haired society, drop outs and  blown minds. An example of this type  of freedom might bc drawn from Sweden  which enjoys the stigma of having thc  highest suicide rate in thc world.  Significantly, one great development  which has contributed to our permissive  society in no small way, is that of thc  "Piy". This has removed one of the more  restraining barriers, illicit intercourse, but  undoubtedly serves a rather less doubtful 1 purpose by legitimate birth control  where necessary. Unfortunately, again wc -  have undesirable side affects, many of  which are an unknown quantity so far.  In a study on oral contraceptives and  female mortality trends, reported by the  Canadian Medical Association, Dr. T.  W. Anderson, assistant professor of  epidemiology and biometrics, investigated  suicide rates to measure the effect of  depression which was reported to bc a  common side effect of thc pill.  The female suicide rate in Ontario  rose from 3.6 per 100,000 in 1961 to  7.2 per 100,000 in 1968. The male rate  rose from 14.3 to only 15.9 during the  same period. Although increase in female  suicide rates throughout Canada arid the  United States were significantly higher  than increases in male rates, England  and Wales showed almost no change.  However, Dr. Anderson suggests,  further studies along these lines are  needed before a conclusive relationship  between oral contraceptives and suicide  can be established.  Certainly all is not well with our  present day society and our young people  realize it. We do not think the hippy  cult, radicalism and screaming out for  legalized "pot" is in any way an answer.  This in itself is part of thc sickness with  which we have become afflicted.  With young people blowing their  minds on drugs and many older people  resorting to bigger and more frequent  shots of alcohol, it is obvioUs we have a  situation of neurosis whteh justifies  growing alarm.  Throwing up one's arms and suggesting a return to mother nature, as many  mentally overtaxed city dwellers are  doing, is indeed one solution. It is not  necessarily the correct one for only  limited numbers could participate. Further, turning back the clock is not really  thc answer, that is simply a question of  starting the whole cycle in motion again  and eventually arriving back to where  wc stand today.  Thccrc can be no simple solution to  pur predicament other than turning the  clock" back, wbich would prove impractical. Wc could perhaps slow it down  a little by restraining the natural impulse  to achieve scientific wonders and concentrate on providing ways and means  by which travel can bc made safer. Remove thc hazards from pesticides and  herbicides. Divert the multi-billions of  dollars going into questionable research  into such simple things as efficient  sewage disposal systems. Put sex back  into family life where it belongs, not on  thc stage or on thc magazine racks as  pornographic commercialism. There can  surely bc no place for decadence in a  society concerned with righting a severe  moral decline.  Most important i.s thc need for a  return to law and order and thc booting  out of thc clowns of our world who have  too long been permitted to successfully  advocate permissiveness. Great nations  were never built that way but a number  have fallen by thc wayside because of it.  ANYTHING we might have to say regarding the present sickness afflicting  labour throughout the country would be  mere repitition, it, has already been  said by larger dailies, and it is quite  obvious the continual demands for fantastic wage increases are now ludicrous.  It is clear to all responsible people that  sharp and decisive action by governments  will be required if mass unemployment  is to be avoided.  Our very e.xistance is entirely * dependent upon export of products and  ability to compete with imported products.  Failure in either or both spell one thing  only, economic disaster followed by mass  unemployment.  With the fantastic demands of so  many unions today, it should-be abundantly clear that industry involved will  have no hope of competing in any  market. Therefone, it would seem, the  attitude is "grab all we can today and  to hell with tomorrow".  From two large circulation publications  we print the following editorials, both  of which clearly spell out the sorry situation governments at both levels .have  to face up to.  From the Vancouver Daily Province,  first editorial "Let's not have another  construction tie up" states:  There is the timeless, horrifying aspect of a bad dream in what is now  going on among the unions of the construction industry. Large pay raises, bigger  than   anything   our   economy    can  Fletcher's Philosophy  ���Harry W. Fletcher  PRIDE  I wonder how often a man realizes for what  he's  accomplished or projects begun, that better  than winnings or triumphant prizes is when  Mother whispers, "I'm proud of you. Son!"  Wc strive to please bosses, avoid all dissension  from neighbors, or beat a competitor's game;  but tall is the man who has heard Mother  mention, "I'm proud of you. Son." Words _  sweeter than fame.  "Honor Thy Mother!" We lcarricd in childhood,  not just with words or a gesture or two, but  honor by conduct in city or wild-wood, so She  can say, "Daughter. I'm real proud of you!"  No job or profession can claim to bc higher  than being a Mother, with daughter or son  whose honored achievements fulfill her desire  for pride in her children. Yes, Mother, well  done!  Someday she wjll leave us, who loved us so  dearly,  but while we're still able, both sister and  brother,  acknowledge her goodness and sing loud and  clearly; "Thanks, and God bless you, we're  proud of YOU, Mother!"  reasonably stand, are being proposed.  They are being summarily rejected. And  once more labor is dragging government,  representing thc rest of society, to the  brink.  On Friday, Prime Minister Trudeau  blamed organized labor for the current  inflation. On Sunday, plumbers voted 90  per cent against a proposal to raise their  contract package from $5.96 per hour  to $7.01.  When an independent mediator proposed to raise the ba*sc rate of the heat  and frost insulators to $6.10, their spokesman called it  "ridiculous."  It is ridiculous, but not the way he  means it. According to th*-. ^.International  Monetary Fund's figures, inflation was  under four per cent annually for the  six years ending last year. Yet the offer  made to thc construction industry's carpenters was more than 27 per cent ���  enough to absorb seven years of that  kind of inflation. And it would come  about in two years.  Before the government^ got into the  act and ordered a resumption of construction work, the industry had offered  increases ranging from 14 per cent to  25 per cent over two \years. "When corporate profits generally, have slumped, and  when the , Prices and Incomes Commis-:.  sion says that taking more than six per  cent out of the economy in wages or  prices of major industries can damage  the economy, the increases offered were  substantial.  At a time when economists are warning that inflation is at last coming under  control, but that big new wage increases  could start it up again, the increases  were probably too high to be justifiable.  That is if the overall good of the country  is the criterion, rather than squabbles  among the unions about who ranks highest in the financial pecking order.  It looks suspiciously, at the moment,  as if some-unions are more interested  in how big their proposed raise is in  relation to other unions' than they are  in whether the work they do is worth a  specified amount per hour.  The plumbers are still among the  highest-paid of the construction workers.  They have rejected a $7 package, and  are now calling meetings that are believed to be for discussing the question  of striking.  Any government that would permit  such a strike to halt the construction industry after all the problems that flowed  from ' the ear-tier shutdown would be  failing the rest of" the community. It  should put all members of the Legislature on standby, ready for a special  session if things get worse.  And at that session it should be made  abundantly clear 1that everybody ��� except union officials ��� has had enough  of extortion and being held to ransom.  From the Journal of Commerce the  second editorial, headed "Dear Bill, Please  Explain". states:  After four months of unprecedented  labor conflict in thc construction -industry  of B.C., the outlook for a settlement is  still far-from hopeful.  A scries  of  strikes   by  thc   building  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times   [  Wednesday, August 19, 1970  - ��  trade unions, then a lockout, then strikes  again, coupled with two attempts by  government at third-party mediation,  have produced little in the way of men-  ingful progress.  For a time there was an atmosphere  of conciliation while Deputy Labor Minister William Sands drafted his recommendations for a settlement. But emotions  supplanted common sense again last week  when at least two unions, and reportedly  a third, flatly rejected the awards handed  down by Mr. Sands.  His recommendations added an average 3 per cent on top of thc already  inflationary, increases offered by. the  Construction Labor Relations Association, ranging from 14 per cent up to  23.9  per cent.  In refusing even these generous terms,  one���ean only question' the bargaining  sincerity  of  the  unions  involved.  By voting down the awards in complete disregard of public welfare, ��hey  arc in effect heading right back toward  the brink of compulsory arbitration. And  the construction industry, after being so  close to something resembling labor  peace, finds itself on the verge of turmoil again,'  - A major plus in the current situation  is that construction work has resumed.  But what an uneasy truce��� at least one  union is already, talking of yet another  strike.  And what a frustrating position for  the B.C. Federation of Labor. Having  escaped last month with its hide intact,  and even with a degree of credit for its  daring dance with Bill 33, it now finds  itself about to be thrust on to the floor  for another whirl.  Final voting by all the unions will not'  be completed untU* today. Nor will the  vote of CLRA members, who themselves  might reject such an inflationary settlement. This, however, is not likely. The  contractors will probably agree just to  pass on the extra 3 per cent to the public  in the same old inflationary way. After  all, they've suffered four months' loss  of work, only to he toldl by the government, in effect, that the fight against  inflation is not worth it all.  The union attitude last week, however, was a different story. The Federation of Labor was to meet with those  trades rejecting settlement and, unless  it persuades them to reverse their vote,  they'll hold out foi even more money.  With such an attitude, compulsory arbitration now seems the only possible  'course of action.  - This will be an unfortunate necessity.  Compulsion should always bc considered  the public's ultimate weapon. But, in a  case such as this, it should be applied  without political fears. A small minority  cannot be allowed to hold oipthcr whole  province.  The situation will become even more  unfortunate, however, if certain unions  chose to defy the government and the  law, as some seemed so determined to  do last month. But this will be their  choice and their's alone. In defiance, they  will have little or no public support,  for public opinion has long since swung  sharply away from these unions.  In the final analysis, from a battle  between the law and a union, the law  must always' emerge the winner. Any  other result can only be described as  anarchy.  *.:���"���-��>- ."-i-V"\'"f .-'������', 4"7;<j'.\,i'J-:< v,", i^># :''*'���-  ,'..,:---{i.  .J..;.i.,V.}....l4 .',. .,-'   ...!. MS.... A.  ��.f-- ,1,.,,.   ..J,  ffiEBMW  HO  DEALER,  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  SS5-2335  *^H����ilt<��8S������g��i^^  'eroics  lug�� tit�� rae��  Wli HAVE previously pointed to the  fact that while wc have an excellent  ferry service, it is inadequate in that  it is not keeping up wilh the ever increasing traffic, in fact, this season has  proved that it is now totally out of thc  race.  Front a tourist point of view ^ it  would scent saturation point has been  reached. Wc have had considerably  more visitors to thc Sunshine Coast  this year than ever in the past nnd  without doubt, many hnvo gone elsewhere rather than wait for hours on.  end in ferry lineups. As one local resort  owner points out, we must consider  the number ol trucks and other heavy  vehicles aboard, plus Ihe fuel we have  well over three thousand summer residents many of whom commute regularly  during summer months, Added to which  is the ever increasing local traffic, then  it becomes obvious there is not too  much .accommodation lell lor tourists.  lu other words, saturation point is soon  reached.  We also have, perhaps obliquely,  suggested that with the potential of Ihis  area, probably greater than anywhere  on the North American Continent, many  resort owners might be wise lo consider  expanding their facilities. Ihis suggestion, il appears, is open to argument  on grounds <>l "which comes lir-.t, tin*  horse or  the  cart.'"  To most people it would seen, the  answer is fairly obvious, When each  year shows a steady increase in tourist  traffic, and when each year ihe majority  of acconuiuKl.iliou is booked tight up  despite the .fact a new hotel nnd lodge  h.ive added their facilities to the scene,  then it should be a I airly good indica  tion thc future can go but one way.  Naturally, everything might be considered a gamble, what must bc considered is the fact that no one establishing a business, or expanding an existing business, can bc certain of a quaran-  tcccl market. If such should bc the case  then life would bo far less complex and  infinatclly simpler than  it  presently  is,  The point raised by the resort owner  was that while resorts have been running to capacity this year, there is little  point in providing accommodation for  others when the ferries nre not capable  of catering to additional tourists, Or,  why provide added accommodation when  there is no way to bring extra visitors  here,  This, to some extent, is a point but  certainly not a particularly optimistic  one, for the service has increased over  Ihe years and we have no doubt il will  continue lo expand. Certainly the ultimate solution is n road through to Wood-  fibre and one day it will come, in the  meantime wc are Muck with ferries,  which is no reason for Inking a negative  attitude.  ��7&/y&&&��//i//J<  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  is saia<  MAIN DISH SALADS  fBOOaHaSTOiSE  A Good Selection ot  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt '      885-9654  1  Sechelt  Jewellers  .*. -��*- .A.  .. *-l ti  Jowollry  Watch &  Repairs  ���ft-   'it   it  Phono  885-2421  HAM AND EGG SALAD  cup cooked peas  '���j  cup sliced celery  '. cup diced green pepper  2 tablespoons finely chopped onion  'i  cup chopped sweet pickle  2 cups diced cooked ham  3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped  'i  cup salad dressing  Combine vegetables with pickle and toss lightly; chill. Just before  serving, add ham and eggs and toss with dressing. 6 servings.  PICNIC SALAD  Peninsula Plunibing  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons,  B.C.  tablespoons chopped sweet  plcklo  wieners cooked and sliced  cups finely shrcccldcd cabbago  P.  1   19-ounce can baked beans        2  1 tablespoon  finely chopped  onion 6  2 tablespoons vinegar 3  '-j  teaspoon prepared mustard  Combine first five Ingredients; chill. Chill wieners and cabbage  separately, Just before serving, combine all ingredients and toss  lightly,,  6 servings,  In place of arlificiol ice, you con use ice cubes in a plastic container, or cans of frozen fruit Juice,  Avoid thc risk of focxl poisoning by following these few simple  suggestions:  Keep perishable foods cool  Carry smoked or canned moot  to a picnic  Freeze fresh meal and pack It frozen In co��!*.r  Add dressing to salad just  before sorving  Use a cooked or oil and vinegar salad dressing  rather  than mayonnaise  Leave cream-filled desserts ot home  Pack hard-cooked eggs' in n cooler. Pickled eggs are moro  convenient as they do not require refrigeration  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at .  . .  HELENE'S  FASHION SHOPPE  Gibsons, D.C. - Ph. 886-9941  TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHILDREN'S & INFANTS'  WEAR  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coost  GULF BUII.D9.iMG  SUPPLIES  085-2283 - Secholt, B.C.  fiHSHH*?^^  #S&iiNa*��;$��^  sssEssnssss&sst  Check this space every week for our  advertised Shoppers Stopper SPECIALS, also new iteins we hove received, shop CAMPBELL'S often���  "don't miss out". Some specials we  just cannot get enough to advertise  so these items are just in-store  specials. Our every day prices are  compariable ..to ..National ..Chain  Store prices so shop with confidence  at CAMPBELL'S.  LADIES' BRASSIERS  The new softtouch BRA.  Navy, champagne, <��\  white.  Only Jf{  ftftftftft  BOYS' BOOT PANTS  Tex mode, permd press,  brown, g reen. Sizes 8tol6.  Reg. 5.99 g>   |  Special _.... c��/Qi  Blue,  5  BOYS' 2 to Sx  Just   like  big   brothers'   or  dad's.  Striped pants; Asst. colors.  101  tb  ftftftftft ._^_  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES   NOW  ON SALE. WE HAVE YOUR  LIST OF SCHOOL  SUPPLIES.  ftftftftft  BRUSH  HOLLERS  3 pkg. brush rollers. Rcg. retail 59c  pkg. Reg. Special $1.00       (��>(^>*g  Our Special  PLASTIC DUNE BUGGY  Looks like great fun. i^O|*  Only ...   ca.  ****0m0WW*0wm0mmqmmmmmm0mmMmrWmmmmm  ftftftftft  PLASTIC DRAPES  Lined plastic drapes.  72x84. Special  It  LANDERS  Shampoo and Hair Rinse,  64 oz. *-j  How About J[j,<  PACKAGE OF  VENUS  HB PENCILS  12 Venus HB Pencils. m  Special ~1  f���  BOYS' COTTON SHIRTS  Assorted colors,  Sizes 8 to 16.  Limited quantity, #-��    ^a  Special ca. MoSM  ftftftftft  Waftcli for our School  Opening Salo Next Week-  Specnila and up to $200  in prizes to bo won.  C  ^���-^���wi^lM��<;*u*iw--W(������i����^W|jai|^i,L,ul,|lV1^WM  H1Hi-HH.iiV.yml.1ir (in ,1 .t.ic.lf , n-fi ir . .f.*^^^. ff tmf 1^  *��lt*0&fvSnflM>, itSuA#ivinvblii,f,i  3  fm^0 0.Aat  r+**mmA0+to.0~*****  ��*   ���**   ���-*���-*  *-*  ���***.**, t-   ��mt  J   t. A  J-   f  r<  4\  '.'   '-I,I   f  4*d  **rf* ^-1 >   a*   A A*  A><��   ���+���+<.+��� ^*   j*   affa    *   at*. .J  ���*��� aa-tk. a�� ��A^h^��.   ^    a*.     tXaJh A,* I at��>Sjl^^ WW^"1**'1,*1   HJ'"��    W*U 'M'-Hf IfMlj 'MriLl  Hall ���>���"!%" *W^1 /*aaf*"w^->M 1?J V*l^**> "**��� �����*�� Si^*WM"��ti ���*-*  iw^wSrMiWS^^viw  "^VVtouw.,,,,  7 was privileged'  By Ross  Conquest *  AFTER 35 years of constant love and  loyalitics my wife Verna and I came  to our retirement time; and with just  enough pension monies to meet our modest  needs we felt we were a very fortunate  couple. Then God look my Lady; and  I was* left sc>"alone  A few weeks have now passed and  slowly I am permitted to think clearly  again. My .good Lady had one foremost  passion in life ��� to always be good.  And a very difficult life was thus able  to be tolerated. Good thoughts rewarded  Verna with a wonderful glowing spirit,  . infectious; so that, all who knew her,  loved her. I loved her so -  My Lady deserved a surcease from her  suffering. God knew it. And, I know it  now.  For many years Verna had been striving for spiritual growth. This we have  found possible only.to a limited extent.  To be rewarded with an unfettered spirit,  by   death's release  must  be  wonderful!  Had not God intervened, a possible  many years would have been her lot,  *" of further pain and a' gradual harrowing  of life as loved ones and friends would  leave one by one and the need would be  to, carry on���, ("as we who are left  grow old"). Yet, the yearning for "spiritual growth would never let her truly  rest. As I see it, the Hereafter is a deserved reward.  Allow me to tell a personal thing.  I, who am mundane and of so logical  a mind that I couldn't entertain a superstition, was privileged with a symbolic  farewell. Two or three days after my  loved one died, my early morning unrest  (in a so silent house) was disturbed by  a fluttering at my open window. A small  bird, possibly a song sparrow or a baby  wren had got trapped by the ivy-covered  window sill. What amazed me was, I was  able, without fuss, to reach both my  hands and hold the feather-light mite  whilst I pushed thc window wider with  my elbow and released it. Such has never  happened before that I can recall, and  because of my circumstandes and lonesome heart, I could well believe. I had  for a moment held a soul in my hands.  What a beautiful way to say ''Farewell".  Section B"     ���*"*  Wednesdoy/ August 19, 1970  Pages 1-6  Each new pulp and paper mill in Canada spends from 4 to 5 percent of total  capital investment for pollution control.  GIBSON GIRL  BEAUW CENTRE  Downtown Gibsons  CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS  Tuesday, September 8th  and will Re-open on Tuesday,  September 29th  Phone 886-2120  ff/oi/ie   Cjuide  ffrjt  warn imp*:  ';. 'A A*    .*���'. 4t^��Av  .��*.$    *     it ���   ~&T4     ���   /"*   f? ***  V** t>.   �����****  ' 4V i    ��� 1- - "X.<'&7W-*fyt-fe$,r  ��� >\h,   7- <-, f,   T^Wrti\W.feK.?*','*  rw*1 .*���' *, a-^a' aj\  n...,.i..��A.ta;,.i.-.,^  aaUataat.  IN COLOR  THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,  Aug.-20t.v2.sr, and 22nd at 8 p.m.  IN COLOR  SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY,  Aug. 23rd, 2-lth and 25th at 8 p.m.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  ������    GIBSONS    ���.  v  t\.".*-*4--. -*"  jfup^0tt/0^!lft*&t^  '^Uatu r>r-*r  r�����������-,,  Safe Motoring  MOST veterinarians and animal psycholo-  ists agree that if your dog or cat  could talk, he would probably tell you  that he would rather not be taken along  on_a trip requiring a large amount of  confined travelling.  He would be'better off ��� as would his  human travelling companions ������ if he  was in the care of a boarding kennel  until your return.  But, if for any reason he has to be  taken along, the B.C. Automobile Association advises preparing as carefully  for your pet's journey as you would for  your own.  It is important,^the BCAA says,-that  the animal have previous riding in a  vehicle before he is taken on a long trip.  Most dogs and cats have initial tendencies  toward car sickness, but quickly .overcome this with; alittle riding experience  on short trips with frequent stops.  If the pet shows recurring inclinations  toward car sickness, a veterinarian usually  can supply proper medication. Keep supply within quick reach throughout the  trip.  Play and feeding equipment and an  ���imple supply of the animal's favorite food  .nc packing necessities. The pet should  ������car a collar with an identification tag  that gives your name and full address,  and you should have a leash,  i &AW& JMERVYN n  ai���i-  LAC-JO CLEARING - ROADS - BULLDOZING  EXCAVATION - BACKBIOE - DITCHING  IH,IT,,.J,I|,.  -v  V" -j     i   -*  llUfmit* fl-l*p-��J*--*ja  Rough spots on an iron disappear like  magic when the iron is rubbed back and  foi th over dry salt.  ] SCHOOL OPENING SPECIALS ��  ma., i., any  ujm  ', >f v."     i'sl��.  P^Bity IHfose  COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES  INCLUDING: "*-"-*��� B%--^  a��  Im  20 PACIC  10 PACIC  5 PACIC  .98c  _55g  JZBc  Marine Drive  5-KM 5c STORE  Phone 886-9852  E  *'-'������        -*"      '-*���-- -��� [f-J "-a^-1-  00^,  vmypm-m**?  *        ���*     **--*  "i.  1  a"*  V-  'la ( ^H   *J I'  "i'j^dtx^J*~-~J  - 0  * A"  ^MnmwMmE^m:mfLsi''.'  iiijpii miFji'mi  .,i;.l*.,.,'.1a V,i,,"���  z^  V     , i if���J"'     n__--^*     -^  High Flier -  Estimated to be between 400-500 feet    thrills" spectators at tlie Gibsohs Sea  and towed by 1,000 ft. of line, this    Cavalcade. Skiers were Gary Hazel,  enthusiast of the three member team    Jo Anne Fitch and Carl Peterson.  P.T. Water Ski Club of Vancouver  Cooling Off  Side winders showed thoir versatility    wracking time while waiting to take  during the Sea Cavalcade contest and    part in the contest which saw little  Gordon Day of L & K Lumber (North    boats jockeying logs into booms.  Shore) Ltd! gives a passenger a nerve  I  f  n - >     "* i  'it      >*        '     '     '     "*  _a-W, ***->,  After Thought  It wns a  Inst, minute entry in tho    memberships    in  lho  Sechelt    and  Sea Cavalcade but a nice thought on    District Retarded Children's A.ssoo  the nart of Ihe "Low C's" who do-    iallon by entering this little replica  elde.1 lo publicize their blitz to sell    of the new school, In the parade.  /  ^   SEMS-ANMUAL CUARAtMCi    -  0  1!  ��i��ir m  LAST WEEtH. SPECIAL!  fOOL AND FORTREL SLACKS - - - 10% OFF  ��IMAl SLASHING OF BRESS Ft ICES  r'-B-BBBE IB mW "��"��*--.'-Maill*^ !g"��'yi"-ll'BH��  Ljodda.rcl i  ^jraMii  SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS  on  Lecture  PHONE 886-9543  \  f  m  HAIR SPRAY  Regular or Extra Hold.  7 or. wilh FREE  styling  comb...,'   '"��� -     j  COLGATE  TOOTHPASTE  Giont lizo wilh Gardol.  Sis.  i��tt����  1.39  .99  3 RING BINDER Vinyl ��� Asjorlod colours       CANADIANA PENCIL CRAYONS  Sol of 12 plui FREE Norlhrllo Pen , ,   EXERCISE BOOKS ink ��� Sol of 10        .79  LOOSE LEAF REFILLS  2SQ slieols ��� 3 ring ��� narrow or wido      :, ,       .99  NORTHRITE PEN SPECIAL Ono ?Bc pen plus FREE refill    .69  N0RTHRITE DART FELT PENS Package of 2      .49  BIC PEN SPECIAL 3 penj*87c value             .39  LUNCH KIT (empty) By Thermo*.Pla-lic-Red or Dtuo ...    1-29/  7777a  t��S332p$��  njunm��*��i����n^l'l-iiiiip  IS  ta^,30-a��L��rmi<a^dirfwJ!wK^^  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  PHONE 886-7213  v*m.mim*mm*4.si  **JtJaHT**lli��1'M'^ti ��B iWil  *a!^fii.lte��r^Ml  ^���ftT.-bui^il.T-^'^'HiiT-li *a.iii^lm-  aat^iWMJ -asfWi. Mft.tWfttifi^a' a/Bti^S--  f" ������' Jiwunmj im  *^^l��*^iip*iiH.T*>^|W[iHt^W��|iTWWt��w|(it^*UPB  w<ta^&i��**-^*-aW>^^ r,\tkwn,,itom%.'&fa&r -  fr-^.-*Bfrit^^��*ft��-ii>.iriiMu.F^f^^  1  At ,y.  * ���    ���<-"    ���  '   ���    "���'       ' ' '  * '^    ^    , Page B-2 The Peninsula Time:,  Wednesday, August 19, 1970  Poet's Corner  Amid clouds of spray and smoke,  participants in one of the two tugboat races during the Gibsons Sea  ..-They're Off  Cavalcade are off' to a good start,    entries. Many   more   are expected  A total of about fourteen tugs entered   next year,  the two classes of large and small  THF.-HUNTERS  (Submitted) -  Hail the mighty hunter        ���  Who shows no trace of fear  As he invades the wilderness  To fight the brutal deer.  He rate*, our nation's gratitude  As he risks his very life  Facing fierce, ferocious fawns  Armed but with gun and knife.  Oh. mighty, valiant hunter  There's nothing you won't dare  As you engage in mortal combat  A squirrel���or a haic,  And as you brave the freezing dawn  How wc admire you pluck  When jou turn your telescopic sight  against the vicious duck!  1 ike gallant knight errant of old  Who faced the fiery dragon  Why. he can't compare with you  In your primitive station wagon.  Oh fearless, gallant hunter  You earn the nation'** praise  As you face untold dangers  Like thc knights pf plden days!  And when some fellow hunter  Shoots you with aim io true,  "As you bleed to death, take comfort-  He's a big, brave man���like you!  EPILOGUE  So if you must go hunting  1 hcrc'se no need to main and kill,  Do >our shooting with a camera,  And roam and shoot at will!  -by Felix De Cola  ���If*   '   Jf-.     ���   ���**���       ''   J>i  �����Z****fl^&  PRE SCHOOL OPEfTOG  SALE 0F CHILiU'S CLOTHiG  at -Greatly deduced Prices  ���  ���  ���  ���  ������  5  a,  BEADS:  JUST RECEIVED LARGE  ASSORTMENT OF BEADS FOR  BEADWORIC  Mm GIFTS  BABY  SCHOOL Let us make up your orders now!  SUPPLIES: We will  hold for you.  I'  .;  STORE HOURS:  9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (except* Friday to 9 p.m.)  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9343  ,; af aWJi tS>  SiAjaljlXUtim  IK  If you want to cool a pudding quickly,  place the container in a pan of cold, well-  salted water.  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  1  IS.  A bylaw to authorize the merging of two specified areas.  WHEREAS Bylaw No. 19 The Davis Bay-Wilson Creek Street  Lighting Service Area Bylaw provides for the establishments of  street lighting. '*"  ii  I  I  1  Side Winders  Dogmens of the log sorting grounds,  busy little boom boats line up at  Hills Machine Shop floats for Gibsons Sea Cavalcade contest judged  by Ozzie Hincks, Chris Hummel and  Ken Prijigte. This was the first ever  sea-dozer sidewinder competition in  what the committee calls the "Leading Loe Sorting Empire of the  World" 7^ f  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT S p.m.  Jackpot $200 - 50 calls  $125  - 55 calls  (up one every week)  $10 DOOR PRIZE  $75 to go  .fili*..A.,.*��.lr ..Aaifj.'A'.i.v*.'-.'.5,l,.r'-,".a.i,���:-.(..,s.aJft,F s.,,t,z..*,.,.,j....:i~;rtk.i ...'j,.a��,��L!,i!��...  ���23a  n  H <*  m  $  vis  "al"!  ai?"  -)*-,  (A  (.���.-*  X  ]7'  t *  "���3  >  A  -I  %  ^������FJ**fi-��    a"��*>  I  a   v.    .a<a.   '.��,   aN  tm%  o BAGS  o CLUBS       �� SHOES  �� CLOTHIN6, ETC.  AT THE  Sunshine-Coast-Golf-fir-Gountry-OluIr  PHONE 886-2020  ;;  s.  :'.  S  **��� fw^mfrfjVAfwvm V'1**)1'^^y*VT^l''l^y^'WrKw|ltt***a'W,?T*f'af|w.*,l*<*''"'''  '- ������  7Zi^77��.M^^^ M7>.yL7MSS5.M,....  IS  I  AND WHEREAS the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council was pleased  to amend the Sunshine Coast Regional District Letters Patent on  �����-|S    November the 14th, 1969 to provide for the transfer of Selma Park  |fe!     Improvement District to the Regional District;  III  AND WHEREAS the services provided by each area are similar;  AND WHEREAS the boundaries of these areas are contiguous;  And WHEREAS the cost of the services supplied by the B.C.  Hydro are the same to each area The Regional Board is empowered  under Part XVI of the "Municipal Act" to merge;  And WHEREAS Section 619(b) the Municipal Act provides for  the merging of specified areas;  NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows;���  1. That the area defined in the Amendment to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Letters Patent dated November 14th, 1969 and that  area defined in the Sunshine Coast Regional District Davis Bay-  Wilson Creek Street Lighting Specia) Service Area Bylaw be merged  into one area.  2. That this area be named tho Selma Park-Davis Bay-Wilson Creek  Street Lighting Special Service Area.  3. The area so established by this Bylaw may bo merged with other  specified area or areas for the same purpose whether contiguous or  not in tho manner provided for in Section 619 (3)of the Municipal Act.  A. The effective date of the merging bo January 1st, 1971.  5. This Bylaw may be cited as the "Sunshino Coast Regional District  Selma Park and Davis Bay-Wilson Creek Street Lighting Special  Service Areas Merging Bylaw No, 46,  1970.  TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE COPY OF A PROPOSED BYLAW AUTHORIZING THE MERGING OF TWO CONTIGUOUS STREET LIGHTING AREAS WHICH CAN BE MORE  EFFICIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY ADMINISTERED AS ONE  AREA, OBJECTIONS TO THE MERGER SHOULD I3E SUBMITTED IN  WRITING TO THE SECRETARY-TREASURER, TO BE RECEIVED BY  HIM, BEFORE 12 NOON, 21st AUGUST, 1970.  || Family entertainment  I for Twilight Theatre  *"|jj    FAMILY entertainment takes the lead at  {|j Twilight Theatre this week, with "The ,  |��5 Good Guys and the Bad guys" starting  {1^5 the fun. For 20 years, James Flagg has  {1��|5 been the marshall of Progress. His talk  Jl"3; of posess and outlaws seems incongruous against the background of a modern  town such as Progress until feisty old  Grundy, a hermit, tells Flagg that he  saw a bunch of mean-looking men down  by the Flats; from there the fun begins.  Following this "Popi" starring Alan  Arkin; who finds New York's Spanish  Harlem a difficult place to bring up  his children. Thc Puerto Rican widower  is determined to find a way of rescuing  Junior and Luis from the garhagc-strewn,  crime-ridden streets of his neighborhood,  nnd comes up with a very unique solution. Excellent family entertainment from  Ihe man who starred in "The Russians  aro Coming", "Heart i.s a Lonely Hunter"  nnd many  others,  o  /  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low In n  ennoo. If upset, HANG  ON to tho canoo until  help arrlvoa."  LOCATED IM THE WH6TTAICER BLOCIC, DAVIS BAY  Phone -885-2848 or Res. S85-2I51  -������ POWER RAISES  . * STAPLERS  *  PAIOT SPRAYERS  * misc. electric  TOOLS  * wheel barrows  7-  UIWM HOWERS  * CEI-VIEOT HIKERS      _  * LADDERS  ���i" pumps  7- TRANSMISSION  MCHS  * SAWS  * FRIDGE AMD  PIANO DOLLYS  * ftHECHAUBCS' TOOLS  * HOISTS  * SPRAYTE3C HOPPERS  ETC.    ETC.    ETC.    ETC.  ETC.  k  ft  USED CORNER: WE WILL BUY, SELL. OR TRADE ALMOST ANYTHING.  low is the time fo pyf yoojtr discorded goods fo good use.  J-FHFjaartFF*.   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KjotHiina  Secretary-Treasurer  .SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT,  Whitako Block,  RR,  1,  Sechelt, B.C  GRMEFULILY IHAWICS THE' HIINDIEDS OF PEOPLE  WHOSE WSLLBMG CONfttBiUfBONS OF THEIR TBME, EFFORT AMD FINANCIAL  SUPPORT ��S RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GREAT SUCCESS  THE SEA CAVALCADE,  f//fffSfS/fffff/fSf/��FjrW  i*^,***<***-*'*******^^  "1   J��A*|HV|alW,Ai��l'M��'       *���    '������.���������tl*-**-'   ,A  t> fa>H��^h.altSfc�� *0+*^*0+*00"*0*'0fl0i wm*\mm*imntmfm0i W*i0*0+0**'^0mr*mr*0V<t0'^i,^**'^*i  t^it^-if-iir-r-l^w-WHp" rn0*t���*,m r^r^y"]* -ii^iT ���r*y,i '^Tf^^^1rPl^^f-^|-^M^* n*1!1* ������*������*** ������*- -1 -1^^^ i-**T*V*fl**,****'**,"w^*il'^'*J^'^^rf y^**1'*'*-''*" ��������������� t^n<^^s��*w��i^Ji^i^hMt��*t��tiitfii..��i^i>r^^ ��,��� ^p., ���^���.ir�� .*��� ^..^   <r-|f��y��,)r.ir .M -.,,-fr^^g-^.^.. ^..y W"^r*^ljr^rtin.*rTJAintrv^i/-ii^ ��� MHijrnw^M;-,  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  MRS  Mary  Black  of  Dundee,   Scotland  has been enjoying a reunion with her  three daughters and one soli and their  families "who* live on the Sunshine Coast.  On Saturday, Jtily 18th the whole  family had a wonderful time at the home  of Mrs. Black's daughter and son-in-law,  '.Cath and Bob Watson of Roberts Greek.  Joining in the reunion were Mrs. Black's  son George S. Black and his wife Edith;  daughter. Ann Robinson with husband  Le.s and daughter May CfarR' with husband Bert. Also enjoying the visit from  their grandmother were Kathleen and  Paul "Watson; Mary Robinson; Ian Clark  and  his  wife Catherine.  During her visit which ends on August  24th, Mrs, Black has travelled with the  family, across the border to Oregon and  i.s thoroughly enjoying seeing as much  of Canada as she can. On Vancouver Island, Mrs. Black visited a cousih who  she has not seen since 1914.  She says she will not be too happy  about returning home as she loves it  here.  HERE AND THERE  Little Sharonlee Latham who was  visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Feeney at Prlhce George returhed to  Gibsons when Mrs. Feeney and Shannon  were down to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dave  Latham for a \veek.  Mrs. William W. Laking's father,  George Olson, has returned from a 6 week  holiday in Sweden.  Guest of Mrs. J. L. Myers was Mrs.  Frank Lambert from Vancouver.  Out to visit Mr. Jack Edge was his  niece Mrs. Elsie Railton from London,  England. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Edge and  Mies Florence Edge from the -Fraser Valley are also vacationing here.  Miss Linda Price from Greenwood  was in Gibsons for the Sea Cavalcade.  Miss. Juan-ita Chamberlin accompanied  Linda on her return home, for a holiday  at the Price farm.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stan Youdell  for 5 days was Mrs. Youdell's mother,  Mrs. Gladys Sopow from Ganges who  has returned home with her grandson  Sammy Youdell who will spend a month  on the Gulf Islands.  At the W. Reiche home for a month  or so. is Mrs. Reiche's mother from Stuttgart,   Germany.  Welcome to Gibsons, Mr. George N. A.  Taylor who has taken up residence at  "The Crows Nest" on Marine Drive, former home of Mrs. Poppy who now lives  in Vancouver.  Guests of the Beaudoin family were  Mr. and Mrs. Dana Reid and children  and Miss Sandra Reidd all from California.  Among local people who enjoyed a  visit to "The Firs" near Bellingham,  Wash, were Mrs. George Owen, Mrs. L.  Labonte; Mrs. P. Madison; Mrs. T. D.  Bulger; Mrs. George Boser and Mrs. W.  Nygren. Speakers included Dr. J. Vernon McGee; Dr. Raymond Ortlund from  California; Dr. V. Mdrterisoh, Eakeview,  Pasadena, also Doug Anderson who had  been a missionary in China r for 41 years.  It was the 50th ahnivebaVy of'thl i=*sta-  Wednestfay,.August* '19, 1970      The Peninsula Times  Page B.-3  i   IJN\Ia"alMlIZa 13 U     \k.Wma  32 ACRES ON SAKINAW LAKE with 2400' watcrfrontage with spectacular private  boy, furnished cottage ahd guest cottago, floats, water system, a beautiful piece of  property for privacy Or subdivision.  3.3 acres of gorgeous view property on HIGHWAY 101 in WEST SECHELT, property  can bo sold as one piece or in 4 lots, a breathtaking view of the ocean which is  directly across road.  Beautiful "Francis Peninsula Estates" on FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD. 12 new lots  off paved road with water and electricity available. Directly across from secluded boy,  reasonably priced from $4500.  iaataa.aaaaaai��a,aa*B*aaaaa,a>aaaaaaaaaaaaaa,,a>  IRVINE'S LANDING i\ . Featuring cafe, house, floats and boats with motors. At  entrance to horbour with perfect protected moorage. Loads of potential  for additional development.  aa,,a,,ataia��aa,aaaaaaaa,atat.��aa.8,a��a.,>aaa  5 acres view property at EGMONT beautifully treed, serviced and an excellent bu>  at $6000.  <�����������������������|t!�����������Ill�����������!������>������������������������������������������������������������!  A few choice waterfront: lots in GARDEN BAY, fully serviced with excellent moorago  don't wait too long on these ...  aaaaaaaa,a.aa,aaat,aa,a.aaaa,a,aaaaaaaaaa,.aaaaa'  3��**w,f{-S��:       ^^  di^Ji^AteSa^Si^sr,m  wt^^^'Sa^y*^^  blishfnenl' of camp grounds at' "The "Firs".  A-special treat -for the guests, was a trip  to Heather Meadow Ski Chalet on Mount  Baker. ���  - Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Chaster's son-in-  law and daughter from North Vancouver  Rbnahd Dorothy Thicke, their 3 sons  and ,1 daughter are busy renovating their  cabin at Gower Point.  Mr. and Mrs.. N, Berdahl and Pierre  were, on a 2 week holiday when they  visited Long Beach and saw their relatives  on Vancouver Island. They also spent a  few days at Cloverdale.  Bob and'Jackie Burnett and DWayne  from Ladner, visited Gibsons with their  boa|t.  Mrs. Donnelly and son have returned  from a 3 week vacation at Evergreen  Colorado.  Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schwabe are nicely  settled and happy at their home in Richmond where they moved earlier this  summer.  Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs.  Terrance Webb are the latter's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Norwood from Hampshire,  England who arrived last Wednesday to  stay  for a month.  Guest Pastor at thc Pentecostal Tabernacle Aug. 9th, ministering at the morning worship and evening evangelistic  meeting, was pastor M. Hambly from  Sardis, who was accompanied by his wife  Pearl and their children. They enjoyed  local hospitality, while visiting Gibsons.  Enjoying a canoe trip and fishing  excursion at Keats Island Baptist Camp  were 21 boys aged about 14 years. During  their week long holiday they were under  the "supervision of Rob McQueen.  Crowds Gather  Most prominent centre of observation pal beach area and as may be seen,  for tug-boat racing during the Sea vantage points were filled to capacity  CaValcade activities was the mUnici-    by appreciative spectators.  -A1TENTI  lOtoETISfS OT@i Sot  We now have a complete ignition line on the Sechelt Peninsula that  can offer you a LIFETIME ..GUARANTEE on Coils and Condensors.  A  i mmm  mwrnmrnip see th  ft SECHELT SHELL -SERVICE STATION  ft .PENDER *- HAftBIHIR CHEVRON SERVICE  STATION.  ft SOL&SIC SERVICE STATION  iOJbNJBAY-SH'ElX SERVICE  This advertisement sponsored by  Vse7im0s' AdBiieis to Sell Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  %  2 choice lots in MADEIRA PARK serviced and within walking distance of all services  arid reasonably priced.  a,aaaaa,.,,,)*a��aataa,aaaaa.aa.a..Baaaaaa,a,aaa  2 bedroom home with suite in basement, overlooking all of Madeira Park, in choico  location. Priced in low 20's.  aaaaaaaaaalaaiaaaaiaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aa.aa,  .    M  2 BEDROOM HOME with spectacular view of Straits with 1.5 acres on COCHRAN  ROAD in MADEIRA PARK, overlooking everything. Priced in the low 20'*.  Beautiful VIEW.LOT NEAR HOTEL with excellent view of harbour; easy access  with all services. P.P. $4500.  LOWES MADEIRA PARK RESORT has 10 furnished units with a lovely home on 8  choice valuable acres with loads of potential, this beautiful property has 400' water-  frontage, floats, boars and many other extras.  A SPECTACULAR 1600 ft. home in PENDER HARBOUR on the water with double  everything: double kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms; a beautiful stone* fireplace. Two  attractive homes in one exceptionally good buy at $39,000.  Approx. 350' watcrfrontage on RAT ISLAND IN LEE BAY. Fishing at your front  door with excellent'moorage.  15 acres with over 1600 fr. of road frontage on  Highway  101  at Secret Cove.  Panoramic view af Straits, Thormanby & Secret Cove. Spectacular piece of property  loaded with privacy. Reasonably priced at $15,000.  7 acres property at MIDDLEPOINT ON MAIN  HIGHWAY with over 750'  rood  frontage, privato road into property and large cleared building site. Full price $8,000  �� on this excellent site.  650' waterfrontago at MIDDLEPOINT on 19 acres. Water, electricity, cozy cottages,  lonely beach; a unique and spectacular setting.  An unusual beautiful waterfront lot at the end of Frances Peninsula Road. Approx.  145 ft. water frontage. All services available on this lot which is situated directly  on the open Straits.  3 bedroom meticulously furnished home with full basement on Sinclair Bay with  200 ft. water frontage on  2 lots,  off paved  road with  excellent entrance   and  private float.  An unusually attractive 3 B.R. home at IRVINGS LANDING with beautiful view of  Straits, a V.L.A. approved home.  Four serviced lots off Garden Bay Rocd in GARDEN BAY. all view lots priced from  $3000.  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Wood of West Sechelt had the  pleasure of entertaining her five  daughters when they gathered to wel-  .come Mrs, Gus Crucil (Eleanor) of Bell-  flower California. In addition to Mrs.  Crucil Jr, came Mrs. Page (Cen) of Burnaby twin sister of Mrs. N. Hansen (Fay)  of Sechelt, Mrs. Bertha Powers of Vancouver and Mrs. Violet Gibbons of Burnaby.  Mrs. D. Clampitt is a guest of her  daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Redman.  Miss Jacquie Franklin is home from  Victoria for a brief holiday before leaving for Penticton where she will join  thc teaching staff.  Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Garry spent a few  clays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. B.  Lang while holidaying from their home  at Port Alice.  Royal Canadian Legion Branch^ 140  L-nineje\^toior%a$bqvd cf oDance -  LEGLTO HALL, SECHELT  ofyrdtay, Augysf'22 - 9 p.m.-l a.m.  Featuring:-The Penn Kings  Admission $2.50  Tickets available-at Selma Park Clubhouse or phone 885-9452  TOTEP-i CLUB  B. Sim p.m.  INDIAN -HALL  Jackpot $8��0  $75 TO OO  ft DOOR PRIZE ft  !    1  Cavalcade Queen  Judges had a very   difficult   task ment on the wharf which proclaimed  selecting a Queen from the eleven Miss     Colleen   Husby,    Cavalcade  contestants who were interviewed by Queen for 1970.   Close runners up Blimh.. nf ���,�������� Mn^a iU f       u  u ���>.    m  the panel of judges on the Wednes- were Miss Wilma Mandelkau (right) Now^t^is^S^SK   1  day prior to Saturday's  announce- and Miss Elaine McKenzie.       &   ' ' KJ^iSS? "��� H��W not todriveaway   -\  Q FRIGHTENING   RENTALS  Office rents that are double what they  were three years ago are endangering  London's enviable position as a center  of world trade.  Top American and European companies now are frankly discouraged from  setting up regional headquarters here.  A 1965 act placed restrictions on the  number of office blocks that can be built.  foreign firms?  wmemwmmm&HtiwmmwaaKwmem**  B.0.TEL��  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE COMPANY  hW ��*  ���m *  ��  7\7  'a '^  ^>}"ht 7  ** A j��4'  "Hi  ���.AT^*A A7*  " ,��*a"l�� -���-      "" **  R. H. STEVENS  Thc appointment of R. H.  Stevens as Director of Marketing and Sales, effective August  1, 1970, is announced by thc  British Columbia Telephone  Company.  Mr. Stevens, formerly Industrial Relations Manager,  joined B.C. Telephone in  1952 and has held numerous  managerial positions with the  Company.  mmmmmmmmm^omsm^smsmimmti^sm*  A LITTLE  HOMEWORK  WATCHING  THE  CLASSIFIED  CAN  BRING YOU  TOP GRADE  RESULTS.  PHONE  AD-BRIEFS  AT  885-9654  TO REACH  2,500  WEEKLY.  BUY. SELL,  RENT, SWAP,  GET HELP,  FIND WORK.  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces aro real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  only. For details  on haw to stretch  "-/out - advertising  dollar, phone  A85-96S4, mk lor  special ad  rotes.  f:.-.��a-,a-."-!.,..-;A....__-X.-��!3, *-*.-�����,     Iala__^ ,i, .   -   >_ <v j  Momento  Chairman of Vancouver Sea Festival  Alan Campney presents Jim Lane,  skipper of Pacific Fury with anchor  chain trophy on Gibsons wharf following the tug boat races. Sea Cavalcade Queen Colleen Husby and Ron  Wilson owner of Pacific Fury were  on hand to congratulate winner.  lenyouVesmln  Captive  Young Bedouin and captive slave in  the Cavnlcndp parade were Loi.s  Mackenzie riding Dusty and Anno  Murie Ritze who were very happy  lo receive second prize in Ihe exceptionally fine parade, which was a  highlight of Gibsons .Sea Cavalcade,  Some species of trees luive male und  feinule flower., on the .same tree,  "B-g  m  The Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District is enacting  a Zoning Bylaw designed to provide for the coordination of land  uses within all the Electoral Areas of the Regional District. The  Bylaw, designated os the Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning  Bylaw No. 35,1970, divides the district into zones as summarized  below. The value of the land and the nature of its present and  prospective use and occupancy; the character of each zone; the  character of the building already erected; ond the peculiar suitability of the zone for particular uses are taken info consideration.  RESniMI  RESIDEEITIALII  ESIDENM III  INSTITUTIOML  COEWICIMI  Single family residential area permitting  up to two dwelling units per parcel. Permanent structures only are permitted.  Residential zone permitting single family  dwellings and Mobile Homes in Mobile  Home Parks.  A general residential-commercial zone  having minimum site area requirements.  A zone providing for public uses such as  parks, schools, meeting halls, and private  group camps.  A general commercial zone permitting  most of the uses common to community  business areas.  COMMERCIAL I" i&*��lZ��; Srzrl  motels, gasoline  seervice stations,  and  marinas.  INDUSTRIAL I  [NDUSfRIM II  A zone permitting industrial-commercial  activities.  A zone permitting heavy industrial uses.  RURAL HOLDIH0 fLS-jrtSz; SSL1T2:  Minimum lot sizes are required.  Public Hearings will be held during the week of August 24th,  1970 to provide an opportunity for all persons who deem interest  in property in the Sunshine Coast Regional District to be heard  on matters contained in the Bylaw. [ . ��� '  ELECTORAL  AREA  E and F  D  C and B  A  DATE  LOCATION  Gibsons Elementary  Aug. 25th, 1970, 7:30 p.m.        School  Aug. 26th, 1970, 7:30 p.m.    Roberts Creek  Community Hull  Aug. 27th, 1970, 7:30 p.m.    Sechelt Elementary  School  Aug 29th, 1970, 7:30 p.m.  Madeira Park  Elementary School  The Zoning Bylaw may be inspected in thc Regional District Office,  Davis Bay, during regular office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday  to Friday) from August 17th to August 28th inclusive.  C ^jr.  Ljooclinu  Secretary-Treasurer  **����������>��������*i^^  *****'u*A���uMJVMAMauwuwMauMmmMauuuuvMauui  " I**tg>mmit4,*0f*'  ���      aaa^a**a��*aa>   * \  ^pa(**  '���a*.1,.,./'*''  The beer  that  smiles  with you.  MM M III Mt  lliis fldvciiiscmcm is not published cr displayed fey the liquor Control  Uotuil or by lho Government ol Biitish Columbk  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Spccial.iing  in  SViARKEL  Electric Heat  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  ���\  ..A  mttimim^mimmmmmmmm  iaaM'^.i;;"'^  "IT  JI  ��fin mraraaaGa mQraras w>  WALT NYGREN  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On lho Whorf . 806-9303  Quality House  and Marino  Paint.  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kcm Tono  and Shcrwin Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  ����0*00m00000mmmmm0im^mmmm04*m*0mmmmM  .organ's  eat"  en's  G.W.G.  Work  Clothci  Work Gloves  SECHELT, B.C.  ALKALI RESISTANT MASONRY PAONT  If you're planning to paint exterior masonry this summer don't forget that masonry contains a high percentage  of alkali. Bc sure to choose a paint that is alkali resistant.  Thcro aro latex masonry paints, portland cement paints, and  oil baso stucco and masonry paints all designed especially  for use on masonry. For additional help in selection, consult  your local reputable paint dealer.  PROTECT IV1ETAL FURNITURE FROJVI  MOISTURE  Is your lawn furnituro made of metal? Watch out for  cracks in the old painted finish. Moisture can get under the  paint surface and corrode lho metal. If corroded spots aro  found, sand away all traces of rust or corrosion wllh steel  wool or sandpaper. Special paints are available which do not  require priming or spot-coat problem areas with an anti-  corrosive primer (such as zinc eliminate), and then topcoat  tho entire surface with a gay shade ol exterior enamel!  BRICK PROTECTIOM TRICK  Wont to protect  the brick exterior of your home"** Try  one of tho new clear silicone coatings nvoiloblc  for brick  "'���QQcsts   thc  Canadian   Paint   Manufacturers   Association,  These" coatings protect without  screening  out  Ihe natural  beauty of thc brick.  TWIN CREEK  LUMBER &,  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General Paints  Deolcr  Momimel ft  Brctvo  Points  Sunshine Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phono 806-2008  ?A  ..IP  . ^^MOaMM^nm^tuWi runim ,m ���**���*����� urn ��������*> *-nin <���* 0*10*0* ��� * (���.��������.��������* *������ i*i�� ��� ���**������ ���**   "  h*-*'..-)'1* ������� MkH fMn'M. ayOn-tH.-  >���-.**��� ��� ��� ������- ������r-Yi^-m-.r.-.ivgi-.jiru.* -q-TnriiL,iL.iti j-i.i ~-n -"*"��� ��������-*��*'*'���������� ���*"������ ������"��� ������"-���'�����������"���"*��� ���^���^^.^������^������^���^.^���-��-,*-^-����^***  a��i^Hu,|i^.am,<aa^ifa^i,a*a>vF����aj|fHlljaa,Ja|ai ���** i ."��.J-aa.a.ia./aK*f.^.a **&** -���  ���J   ,-*��� . .a.L li|i t|iiA. a, ��.a.a*��-��^^m. anaj,,.  Ha<ljiMl|^Hir|aJ^Hl^W|MaMia,piwnwg^M) )'Mi-"!!-"'���*-  ���**"������->a<.ij i |,M|_  Readers' Right  Physiotherapy  Editor, The Times,   ~:."  Sir: Your recent article: in'''the Peninsula  Time-; regarding the work -of our Physiotherapy Department, and the accompanying pictures, has been greatly appreciated, and publicity wise, has been  Wednesday, August 19, 1970   -    The Peninsula Times  Page B-5  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���By Mary Tinkley  MANY residents of the* Bay have been  travelling this summer, some back to  the lands of their birth, to find  many  quite a isuccess, in that many irH.it.bers of    changes during the year.Ohey have been  Relaxation Centre  Mine Host, Jim Wolstencroft of Lord  Jims Lodge, left, takes time out to  relax with friends at the edgeof tlie  heated outdoor swim pool. Trees,  hills and cove in the background add  to be beautiful serenity of the popular resort. After only one year of  operation the guest book clearly indicates the success of the lodge and  justifies the great investment in the  area by Mr. and Mrs. Wolstencroft.  Lord Jim's . . .  Cosmopolitan, resort lodge  contributes to  AUG. 19th TO AUG. 25th  19  0208 am    7.71  W. 0726 om 13.61  0158 pm    4.0  0831pm 15.2  20  0246 am 6.4  Th. 0836 am 13.2  0243 pm 5.7   0901 pm 15.1  21  Fr.  0348 am 5.3  0946 am 12.8  0323 pm 7.7  0931 pm 14.8  22 0413 am 4.6  Sa. 1106 am 12.6  0418 pm 9.4  1001 pm 14.3  23 0528 am    4.2  Su. 1241pm 12.6  0523 pm 10.9  1041 pm 13.6  24 0628 am    4.2  M. 0221 pm 13.0  0653 pm 11.8  1126 pm 13.0  4.2  25  0733 am  Tu.  0346 pm 13.5  0848 pm 12.1  USED 1969 MERC.  65 HP L/S ELEC. START  ��� SELECTION OF SWEDISH  KtiiVEs *\ ;;'4t; ;":;"  ��� LIFE JACKETS  ��* CAMPERS AXES $4.50 ���  REPAIR - PARTS - SERVICE-  tl CEE  Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-9626  NO one invests large sums of hard earned  capital into a business simply to provide a'service to mankind, there is.invariably the hope of making a profit in the  process. This is a normal way of .life and  one that no other progressive country has  yet battered.  However, there are people who become  dedicated to a .long' cherished dream and  who will put capital into bringing that  dream to reality. Having accomplished  their ambition, they proceed to drive satisfaction from serving fellow beings, and  while financial return is neccessary it. is  by no means the glittering sign so prominently displayed in many commercial  undertakings.  Such a man is Jim Wolstencroft who  liU'.e more than a year ago converted the  former Ole's Cove to a half million doK  lar resort lodge which he renamed "Lord  Jim's Lodge". Together with his wife Audrey and invaluable help from members  cf their family, he has established a wel-  -TXaTne^aetlityAflTfclrliT^one yeaAhas .���at~  traded guests from all, corners of the  world. To an area dependent upon tourism for a -large part of its economy, Lord.  Jim's Lodge is proving a major contribution to the Sunshine Coast.  CleanJiness and service are predominant atributes but with first class lodge  rooms and individual bungalows, sauna  baths, heated outdoor swim pool, shelter-  af, ed-vboat harbour, and, full fishing-, facilities,  tastefully .appointed dining rooms and  lounge, together with scenic surroundings  and. an air of tranquillity difficult to surpass, its future is assured.  The Sunshine Coast might not be ideally suited for industrial development  but as a tourist mecca its potential is second to none. This to -some extent is being  held back by failure of the provincial  government to recognise the need for a  good highway and adequate ferry service.  It is, nevertheless, a matter of time before.  the public have expressed surprise and  pleasure iniearning for the first time the  extent of treatment given arid -the a-  mount of valuable equipment in uge.  We afe looking forward very much to  the building expansion which will pro-  cide new quarters for our Physiotherapy  Department, and these will be more adequate and certainly present a much more  comfortable and brighter appearance than  the present quarters. It is hoped you will  be good enough, when the time come.;,  to perhaps do another artice on the new  quarters.   ���  In ihe meantime, please accept our sincere thanks for your interest and the  splendid publicity you gave.A*  A. WAGEMAKERS  Administrator  St. Mary's Hospital  Produce hate  Editor, The Times,  Sir: A.recent letter direpted to me,  is, if nothing ejse, an exppse pf the  highly biased' factor pf the specialized  mind to produce hate and subjectiyeness.  The roads" of bioTihilosop^^  to the majority of people but educational, techniques and ecology along with  bio philosophy have been my. intensive  study for the last 30 years. If your correspondent "knows of a more qualified  person, I would certainly welcome a meeting without the slightest delay.  Yes, our society is based on money,  money, money! Your correspondent is  very well known fqi* his addiction in this  respect. I have lived in this area for 12  years and have seen many changes with  many individuals packing up their opportunistic gains arid departing elsewhere. If your correspondent, knew as  only one year, we note guests from Col- much about the above-mentioned sub-  ombia (S. America) the American island . jects as he does about coining in money,  of Guam, Hawaii, Mexico City, Vienna j his platitudes might be considered more  (Austria), Switzerland. We note the n3me j valid.  of the Attorney General of Rerio (Nev- ' It is not my intention to condemn the  ada), a horievmoort couple from London 'expert for acquiring knowledge, but for  (England). Also from. Great Britain are limiting his creative potential to one field  guest names from Edinburgh and Glasgow (Scotland), Eastbourne, Brighton,  Newquay etc. The Maitre D from the  Frontier Hotel, Las Vegas and other  points throughout the United States include: New York, Chicago, Denver (Col  we have a representative able to institute  action in this regard. In the meantime,  farsightedness by people such as Jim  Wolstencroft and a few others are providing the district with first class accomodation and the type of facilities required.  .An example of what might be expected is indicated by the guest book of  Lord Jims Ledge and at  random,  after  orado)    Louisniana,  making himself totally dependent on that  type of work and rendering him incapable of necessary change.  Our specialists do a lot to treat the  symptoms of decay but very little is put  _        into the - efforts of the cure,. which has  QjA^^Jtg^j-oots in balanced^hinldrtg^and ap-  -Washingtonr-Te-NSB-^tcr^hereTiave also  been visitors from the Far East, Australia  and New Zealand.  This is an impressive list for one resort and after only one year in business.  It takes little imagination to visualize the  amount ,of publicity the whole Sunshine  Coast gains from this one source. Added  to the other resorts in the area it becomes obvious just how immense  potential actually is.  the  plied, hafmpnius techniques.  Man is allowed to live with nature on  the same terms as the plants and other  animals:' that he leaves it in a better  condition than he found it. If he ignores  this, then as history bears witness "Civilization" as he knows it, will destroy itself. The greatest contribution to' man's  short sightness and eventual insanity (for  insanity it is, to continue on a course of  action that isdestroying the human race)  _. Js thc inability to interrelate specialized  "expert" subjects with the  equi-lfbrium  away. Even some of our old timers have  become travel minded and think nothing  of a trip which takes them half way  around the world.  One of these is 86-year-old Mr. George  Olson who visited his native Stockholm  after an absence of 30 years; He travelled  by charter flight with 153 members of  the Harjedals Gillet, a Swedish Club in  Vancouver of which he has been "a  member for many years. He visited a sister in Vastras and travelled all over Sweden on a six weeks' tour. He found great  changes, for he left Sweden a poor  country and returned to find it had become rich after years of social democratic  government..  Everybody, he says, was making  money and spending it just as fast as  they made it. He found there were  ���observers there from all over the world  studying the causes and effects of the  booming economy. Mr. Olson returned  tired after his long trip, but very happy  to be back in his home in the Bay.  During his absence, Mrs. Olson had  a delightful visit with her daughter,  Mary  Brown,   in  Courtenay.  TO ENGLAND  Another returning wanderer is Mrs.  Stan Moffat who. accompanied by her  daughter Kit, went by charter flight lo  England and toured all over England and  her ��� native   Scotland, ' visiting   relatives.  Kit enjoyed visiting the old castles and  churches, so rich in history, but it was  in Edinburgh that she felt right at home  for she found that the Kitsilano Boys'  Band was playing in a concert in the  Gardens   there   and   they   started   their  of  nature.  My letters are riot an attempt to show  my literary abilities (as was inferred)  but to communicate the urgency of the  problems at hand. Socrates (to whom  we all seem so fond of referring) failed  to save his civilization. My critic (who  prefers to sling mud, rather than discuss issues objectively) might also bear  in mind: (1) that Socrates lived 2,300  years ago when the adventure of specialized education and technology was in its  infancy; (2) that the Creek civilization in  its turn fell in ruins because of its lack  of  orientation  with  the soil.  A million dollars a day is spent in  B.C. on education and yet; jjyeryL_year  hundreds of youths visit me and talk  about their inability to identify and  adapt themselves.  There are many premises which cannot be thoroughly explained in one or  two letters. The steps of progress are  not helped when slanderous attacks are  made on those who criticize the tax paid  servants of society. On the contrary, they  plunge us into totalitarianism,  DANN, CARR  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  performance with the playing of the  "Maple Leaf for Ever". She asked their  leader, Mr. A. W. Delamont, for his autograph and was able to give him all the  latest hews of Redrooffs. Mr. Delamont  was a former owner of the Don Gill's  cottage.  HERE AND THERE  Mrs. Archie Rutherford spent a holiday in her native city of Saskatoon. She  was accompanied by daughter Louise, her  sister Mrs. Spence arid twins Dana and  Doreen Spence. While the sisters visited  members of their family, the girls had a  great time riding the tractors and other  farm equipment. Surprisingly for the  time,, of year, they found Saskatchewan  green and the weather on the whole not  too hot.  A dinner party at the Alan Greene  home last Thursday was in honor of the  birthdays of the Greene's house guest,  Mr. Al. Loecker and Mrs. Greene. Among  the guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson of Gibsons, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mur-  pliy, Mrs. Carmel Keogh of Dublin, Mr.  arsd Mrs. Fritz Leuchte, Mr. and Mrs.  John Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nor-  mJi)ton. Mr. and Mrs. Loecker have now  left for Victoria and will visit Seattle  and Yellowstone Park before flying back  to New York.  Mr. and Mrs. Stan Ross of Surrey  have been the guests of Mrs. Ross' sister-  in-law, Mrs. Pat Ness.  Mary Connor was in Coquitlam as the"  guest of Kim Roberge.  Deer antlers are eaten by rodents for the  minerals they cointain.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Post* Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  qaggmffig.^  i  i  NOW SERVING   IHE__   SUNSHINE COAST  PROUPT SERVICE  -.TV - STEREO  PHONE 886-7117  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons  f^T7|jf"  S&"--".  .ii., iji.ai'.iHii^.fc.i  ���a..".'  ... aaart-.  ^  "T'U"J-ljX't"'  4   s      ��   I  .^w,..������!)..,,.,������..   !j,ll!i h:^...:>.  t     F,,Jt,F     *   t| H.      .k a  fl  kli^ii.^iirfilt,tfrfci.n.,fll,.."itniii,l.liiiiiFiiil1ii.,i nftil^tt  \Mf.lf  .,,,a.**,f.^       ,���    -ril.      ,��   f..p,l    .,.,l-.-,Maj*F.     .,..",..    j.......X A  ...J.   .41,,....   ..."i    >J.,..Lt.-!.',....faMj��-F���',...        .    .....y  -~ssmsssa-:~:r~n  ttsffgssBsmssa  .��yw csLord  *im&  EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - 12 NOON JO 3 P.M.  &W& -jpflffi^l  r* ���*,���"���������  $*��������� *u  \\^4'  _i^^v2C^_^S!6��^  *i**^*tai.52-f' ���*Tv' -"A.    7>aU t?*^>fflar*'''''**g*a' T ���ft^���^*-^'-''^^^*1''Jf' ��" '".yj '�� " '>Mf-'^��^4V^h^~nK^r^f^^-^  *^*Js-."^'-> &St*y>3  ,iwam6  mat  SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd  ;ake shjppi  AS USUAL  6:30 p.m. fo 7 o.m. approximately  ENJOY CHEF ROBERT'S DELICACIES AND THE SUNSHINE COAST'S MOST BEAUTIFUL LODGE AND SCENERY  cJLord Ah  fl  BM. t Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  tin. A  FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE ��83*2232  >77 7Ws\7 ���u?***'v~* 7^ j*�� rt a-7,1* , ^h% ���^���L  ^  wlaUuv  iff  $1 per ticket  Funds go fo ffie  Kiwanis Sonior Citizens Housing Project.  -^���^���^f.  EVERYONE  WELCOME  ' t*4Pt  tAA]  /i 'T.^'"  ��*%, t\<7��"'  11 *���   "\      "a       *v  ;'*Sa**a**^^^1a6a^%_^      '\  ���v.  KsMlJfr  ^^7  ^htaffi,'  ^^y^^^^^m^'''  ���^.'^|**ll^|la*l*k1<i^S^,|^.,<q��^^ ���t**'-��W-����*'^- *  ' ....-..^iirt .'_    4  ,�� afc. 0+-0^0-J+. *+^*<nt��tr44+.^��f*..l'*. i*****/!*,*  ^0f.0m <MH.ja��i>����**i***>*-**fca��IWJlt>.^ **.    *  i        1  T^rrTt^T^^  Log sorting .  Pago B-6  The Peninsula Times        Wodnosdoy. August 19. 1970  First Sidewinder contest  in world's leading empire  WHAT is understood to be the first ever  Seado.aCr-Side\vinder competition, held  luring the Gibsons three day Sea Cavalcade, proved an enormous success, much  of which is attributed to the fact that so  many of the local booming ground operators competed.  Two of these expensive boats were  also entered by Squamish companies  which saw the potential of the event.  A tug also took part in the proceedings,  from Squamish.  First place was taken by Butch Barber,  of the Skytte operation, with a 12' Pacific  Seadozer equipped with an A.C. 80 h.p.  engine. His time was 6.29 Vi. minutes.  Second place went to Dave Kinne,  .Uso from Skyttes. and using the same  ci aft. His time was 7.27 minutes.  Honors for third place went to Mickey  Jay operating for Andy's Bay Log sorting Grounds. He was using a M.C. MC.  GM 75 h.p. and completed with a time  of 7 38 minutes.  Two gaily-'decorated boats were  en-  &  i.i, .,,..,,,.��,.  Z7A  mm  PRESENTS    ���  STOMAS  (RESTRICTED)  Starring Dennis Hopper and  Jody McCrea.  COLOR - CARTOON - FEATURETTE  Starts 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  FRIDAY,  SATURDAY,  &  MONDAY.  August 21st, 22nd and 24th  Next Week:  CACTUS FLOWER  Coming Soon:  The Riot  The Reptile (M.S.)  The Undefeated  V  tercd  by  Brody   Log  Sorting  and  won  two prizes for their efforts.  ' a -4t  Attractive trophies for the contest  were donated by Buny Whitcroft of West-  coast Salvage and Bill Muir of Pacific  Seadozers. Both men were in attendance  and later expressed thc view that a  great future faces the novel event.  ,  Committee in charge of the contest  included: Chris Hummel, Ken Pringle  and Ozzie Hincks. They expiess a hearty  vote of thanks to all who helped make  thc contest such an outstanding success.  Special thanks go to George Hill for the  use of his docking facilities and personal  co-operation Also to Martin Higgs for  towing and technical knowledge in helping set up the site  All competitors are highly skilled in  this type of booming situation and have  indicated keen interest in XXX taking  part next year when thc few "bugs"  that occuired will bc ironed out.  OTHER RESULTS  First winner in the "Jousting" was  Ken Skytte with Barry'Procknow second.  Log Rolling wis won by Rudy Kurtz  first and Ken Skytte second. Note of  interest in this event was the fact that  Colleen, daughter of Rudy Kurtz took  part.  SWIMMING  Long distance- Peter Coney 42 minutes, Brad Norris 46 minutes, Russel Nygren 48 minutes. Maureen Owen 55 minutes, Jim Laird 59 minutes.  Boys rade, ages 8-9: Leonard Green,  Gordon Gibb and Gordon Hardwick.  Girls 8-9: Colleen Hoops, Laura Campbell, Laurie Hill.  Novelty race. 12-14: Boys ��� Dave  Clements, Trevor Reid, Gary Shindcll.  ���Girls: Sandra Ferguson, Teresa Wilson,  Juliette  Labonte  Race, Boys 10-11: Doug Hardwick,  Greg Gibb, Brad Quarry. ��� Race, Girls  10-11: Margaret Hardwick, Debbie Thatcher,  Ruth  Madison.  Race, Boys 12-14: Paul Scott, Brian  Evans, Dave Clements. ��� Race, Girls  12-14: Margaret Hardwick, Kathy Whiting, Teresa  Wilson.  Novelty race, 8-11: Boys ��� Brian Sin-  claire, Doug Hardwick, Steven Hoops. ���  Girls ��� Margaret Hardwick, Lynnc  Wheeler, Colleen Hoops.  Row boat, 10-14: Jim Laird, Mike  Thicke. Brad Quarry.  ^lAAA  a       ������     \    ' "V *���       '     '   '       *���'-.  - .      -   ;-.,'. *v4.. '-���  .   ai .,iujanajaM...Jtl.ll ������.*?-;-  f  '  %��*P - -g"1 -*f^J      a. **. 1    I  " ' -A    ^t  <am.,M.t'.a iia.iF.^iiunuiL.a.,,1 $*%, "  t 4"  V .       **  'a   , '4-   vP, ��     4-\.  '.-"a**-.      ... .a*      I I  ������UU aMnaa.an    I Una.  ���"Ali I  " \ " -fry"  W 7 7k 7".; VA-*/- ' '.-V -,   ���-��� ><& f   ���  "A        ,'    "7   7'7'7       f     abaJr*'i    Ul'V   ' I     .  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All salmon en-  salmon caught were entered but 30 tered in the contest are donated to  which had a chance to win one of worthwhile causes.  **jaf")(   -./-fe,     Jf, ��/    <*^^fc*     -**"-W*0(  Gibsons Catch  For the second successive year, the Radio Station, Vancouver. When  most valuable salmon in the World- derby ended at 6 p.m. Sunday, Bob  was caught off Gibsons. $25,000 first Hathaway of Seattle was still first  prize, Salmon Derby score board with 33-1 salmon caught off Gibsons,  standings at 7 p.m. Saturday night 1969jvirining salmon caught off Pop-  are pictured here with Commander ham Island weighed 33 lbs.  of _Operations Barry Clark of CKLG  w  GIBSONS  be closed  FHOM..AUGUST 24th to SEPT. 8th  flgaJWS.  7nnnM7MM7mynM7m.  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