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 I    7  1     '  \  x.-  JWtt-l  K  ^  \  \  V  V  Secret dealings?  \.  Accusations against Mayor  rejected by Regional \Board  IF THE contents of a lettei; read at last  regular meeting of the Regional Board  \^'ere to be taken seriously, Mayor Wally  .Peterson of Gibsons would appear to be  one of the, prime vilfia'ns of the day.    ,  Submitted by the Area E. Planning  Commission which works in aja .advisory  capacity to Director Frank West, the letter accused the Mayor of secret dealings,  conspiracy with Hon. Isabel Dawson to-  change the route of' the proposed by-pass  road, acting behind the backs of fellow  Board members, playing fast 7ar\d loose  with lawfully passed resolutions, rewards  bestowed secretly to favorites, doubtful  propriety of ,a -trip to Victoria, throwing  around red herrings regarding water shed  and the proposed highway location, ulterior motives, creating fear, distrust x and  \desponde.ncy, conflict of interest etc. ���  While Director West was prepared to  make an issue of the letter and its contents, the obviously anticipated furore  fizzled out like a damp squib.  Chairman Harry Almond stated that  the contents of the letter wefe such that  it should have been directed to Village  of Gibsons rather than the Board. Mayor  Ben Lang .agreed and said he was still  interested in learning why after two years  of negotiation by the Highways Department and the Village, the Board had suddenly become excited and showed inters  est. He could not go along with the excuse that no plans had been made available "If council had plans made available  to members, then he failed to see why  the Board should not also have access to  them."  West argued that the plans were not  available tp the Board, further - the alternate route finally approved had been by  a total Board decision. He was told by  Mayor Peterson that it was not a total  decision and "you can't deny having seen  this letter" he said producing a letter  from���the- Depai4ment to-ifae-^BoardT-ap^-  proving the proposed alternate route pending further discussion with Gibsons  Council. "I went to Victoria at the invitation -of the -Highways-Department as  you well know" he told West.  Mayor Lang added "I am still awaiting a satisfactory explanation as to why  the Board got so upset and excited only  after the matter was settled. Chairman  Almond commented that an attempt was  made previously^ to obtain information  but wiihout-Siiccess'.'    *"       ' ""~  West then went into a detailed description of the Village watersheds which  he referred to as "simply a few wells."  He said he did not consider they would  7 :  a*tffnp>tlll|>��  *���?  .�����>  be affected by the road.  " Mayor Peterson asked if after "a half  hour speech by West he might have &  few words to say? ,   ���  He told the Board "Mr. -West ha*? set  himself up as an engineer, a planning  engineer, and now he appears to be a  water engineer. The "wells" he refers to  are our official water sheds approved by  the Water Flights Branch. The Department has made clear it has no intention  of going through them and- endan-  our supply. Further, the Village has to  be consider the tourist industry for "the  pulp mill probably will not always be  here, he said.  Further discussion was cut short by  Chairman Almond . who said "this has  gone, on long enough, we' are wasting  time arguing back and fourth. This Board  has opposed a route and will stick to it.  It is not for us to keep questioning the  Mayor of Gibsons. I would suggest we  write to the Highways Department seeking further information in light -of the  fact we hear {here might be changes. in  the route7  The ill-advised letter from the' Area E  Planning Commission, which was little  more than a scurrilous attack on Mayor  Peterson, was filed. We have since learned that the visit by the Mayor to Victoria  was at request of the Highways Department, and was with full knowledge" and  approval of council.  Board makes protest  over yacht club plan  CONCERNED at latest plans by the  Vancouver Yacht Club to establish a  base at Secret Cove, Area "B" Ratepayers have registered protest with the Regional Board.   "The   Association   is   concerned   about  \  ENINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, GranthamsUanding, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  "Wilson Creek, SelmoTPork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove^Pender Hrb\ Madeira P(ark, Garden Bpy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. -1,142  \     \  UriiOn    ^Ot   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9, No. 36 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 2, 1972  Additional parking  io cut-down line-up  PROPOSED plan for improving . line-ups  at the Langdale Ferry Terminal by a  Langdale resident were submitted by the  Regional Board to the Ferry Authority.  Reply from the Authority to the Board  last week stated; s  British Columbia Ferries and the Department of Highways are acutely aware  of the situation, relative to line-up traffic  on the highways and we are searching  for an alternative. Presently the Pay  ���parking  loV- while  not  used���to-Gapacity--  ��*���***���.      ��,        ,   *   _T   ���    f      M    ��   ^   _**._��__$  atfMMriVA^   ��**<V.^**.   kLJCb   4Jn����   1 ^���*^^lfa^V&^V__*_V��U^y*,_ lltlllflMirflli, t ���Cb ^nH^rn'n^n"*.* "t ttfJA   4.    �����*    __. _    +X.    J^f. I^.JjK.   . 1�����      _  Vt   *T    ^w-  OfWfpmt,  zme4  7 '*"   ,t  AUTO WRECKS  Roberts Creek Community Association  has asked the Regional Board to assist  in cleaning up that area of derelict cars  on various properties. Also that action ,be  taken to end dumping of, junk on the  White property on Beach Avenue. The  matter is under investigation.  JAIL KNIFING  ���Kelly Vernon Joe of Sechelt reported  to be in satisfactory condition in a Vancouver  hospital  after  receiving  a  knife  ' wbTuntt'-'lp"!  he was serving time on u drug conviction.  -PLEBISCITE*' ;���   Tawanek Ratepayers apparently seek  another Plebiscite for a garbage collection service in that area, Previous attempt  was rejected by a small majority some  months ago. Dale for the new vole has  been set for August 20 at TUllcum Bay  .Marina,  ��  the additional number of boats which  will be using the arm of the cove in  which the lease is situated. There will  be added-traffic-in ap already crowded  passage plus narrowing of the passage  by moored, boats. The pollution of the  water by discharge from vessels will  add to a problem which already exists in .  the  Cove.  "Secret Cove is unique, there is not  another comparable inlet on this stretch  of the coast" available to so many small-  and large pleasure craft. It's beauty and  its usefulness can be retained if reasonable controls are applied to its development. The ��� Association suggest that the  Regional Board consider making a special study of the Cove with a view to  regulating   its  future  use."  Regional Planning Sub-Committee  recommended to the Board last -week  that the transfer of a lease to the Royal  Vancouver Yacht Club be objected to on  "the .basis, of the intended use which has  changed from personal moorage to a  semi-public, semi-commercial moorage.  It was also recommended that the assignment be objected to as the actual  use of the lease is incompatible to the  upland zoning.  Board members agreed to support recommendations of the Su'b-Comimittee.  federal;4Msmg^ai  for BC Indian bands  HON. Ron Basford, Minister of State for  Urban Affairs, and Paul St. Pierre,  M.P., Coast Chilcotin. announce approval  of Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation loans to four British Columbia  Indian bands to assist the transportation  and relocation of 120. housing units at the  Canadian Forces Base, Ladner.  Federal  loans  totalling  $592,590  have-  Final Stretch  ^s-way-te-flew-seet-ioH���paving���exeep-t���f&i^-th�����last���seetit>n-  which by-passes Cunningham's Ambulance Service and has necessitated  a large -quantityof -jock-filL  does offer customer, parking, thus alleviating a situation that would find its way to  the road sides adjacent to the. Terminal.  To reduce the size of the pay parking lot  is not sufficient gain to effectively help  the road side problem, thus we have  . looked to the acquisition of further property.  I would advise that we have successfully negotiated and have obtained a strip  of land bordering the North side of the  Terminal and that this is presently in  the design stage of development. We  would call for leveling and would transfer customers and employee parking to  this area, making available all' of that  section presently used for stationary  parking. In short we are designing for  additional five hundred (500) car holding.  Proposed itinerary  Hon. Isabel Dawson  of Highway 101 under construction at  Halfmoon Bay, newly constructed  road, appears to be almost readyfor  Pender Harbour  been approved for the undertaking to  four Indian Band Housing Authorities so  they can relocate the homes on the Sechelt, Katzie, Klahoose and Sliammon Indian reserves. All of the loans are for a  period of 25 years at an interest rate, of  7%  per cent.  Each band will be receiving, an appropriation of $10,000 from the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern  Development, which together with the  Band's own. funds will make up  equity required.  Houses to be relocated arc a mixture  of two, three and four bedroom units and  include bungalows, two-storey and semidetached types.  This, assistance is' being provided  under a section of the National Housing  Act whereby loans are available to house  low-income Canadians.  Ratepdyers. group accuses  Minister over clinic issue  Woman remanded  <S  Murder charge at Sechelt  ,   x   i.    11�� i    ���   ii    I    i  i      .    .   * 111      ���*V i 11 ,     /��   i ii , >    11 i     ,,, .ii  following bizarre deaf  AN AMERICAN citizen has been charged  in the bizarre killing of her twenty-  four day old son at West Porpoise Bay  * CI \ i a. r_ fix _L,<vl' Till nr fcs"' O *5 vrl -^^fr**^*^^*^***^  Catherine Mary Hoffman aged '2(1 appeared later'in Sechelt court before Judge  Charles Mittlesteadt to answer a charge  pf non capital rpurder. She was remanded  to Riverview mental hospital for a p.sy-  ��� Husband of the accused, Wolfe E, Hoff-  ,,man,.,.understood, to bo a landed imml-.  grant from the United Stales, said In  ovldonoo ho had left tho lent, in which  the couple lived, to attend to some business. He was away about an hour and on  hln return discovered th'o badly burnt  body of. his son outside the tent located  on the Hyde property,at West Porpoise  Bay, Ho subsequently took his wife to lho  Socholt RCMP detachment and reported  the, incident,   '  ,    , ,'   ,7  Indications aro thai lho child had boon  placed on a> pile of wood, doused with  fuel and sot on i'lro, An empty gasqllno  can was found near the scono,  POSSESSION ,  Wendy L, Bouudoln of JStfmont entered  '��' plow of "Ku'llly" lo a charge of possession, of marijuana. Sho was fined $'.00 or  RO days and, wan tdvon tlmo to pay thu  .CIhu'ko nlroso, followbw nn Invent Imil-  lon by Corporal Alan do Bt. Rom I of Iho  Pondor Harbour Detachment. While sonr-  chlhg the promlHus he discovered 4-1 marijuana plantH Hi'owlnK outside ancl lilll)  UormJnatlnK ' seeds, hash pipe and hash  InskU) the home, Search look place July  12;        ���   ���     '  ALTHOUGH it. would appear a Doctor  has been located for the Pender Harbour area, some members of the Ratepayers Association have doubts as * to the���  type of medical clinic and service to be  expected.  Letter from the group was last week  sent to Hon. Ralph Loffmark protesting  his endeavors to date and accusing him  the ^ 0f paying poljtiGS. Copies, unsigned, were  forwarded to" the Times, local publications' and the two Vancouver daily newspapers. Also a copy to Hon. Isabel Dawson.  The contests are therefore published  without comment!  "Ever since 1968 this Association has  been urging you to establish a properly  equipped medical clinic at Pender Harbour, Although you have shown interest  from time to time always there seemed to  be obstacles in the way. When B,C.H.I.S.  told us the financial situation did, not permit the construction of a clinic we offered  to build and equip the clinic ourselves  provided; B.C.H.I.S." would operate'it.  "Then on November 21, 1971 at a  Speqial General Meeting of the .Pender  Harbour and Disiriet'Ratep^ei-s Association with over 300 members and guests in  attendance you did state that you would  do everything in your power to see that  _ Ponder ,^Hw-lK)urwg��lw  '"Wlieir'que.^  structure and equipment required for  such a clinic you made it clear, that the.  clinic would havo to bo constructed to  proper requirements and that, it would  havo to bo completely equipped. You did  Indicate lhat, you would havo to discuss  ��� tjio mailer with the officials, of, B.CIU.S.  ���and with tho Regional Hospjlal 'Board,'Wo  know that to date'you have riot discussed  this mailer with tho Regional Hospital  Board.  to   close  it  down   when  it   serves   then-  purpose.  "Mr. Loffmark, we have devoted years  uf effoll Ho having a properly~~equipped  medical clinic established at Pender Harbour and operated by B.CH.I.S. The Regional Hospital Board has also urged you  to establish such a clinic.  "It is evident from your press interview that you have failed us in this matter and lhat you are playing politics with  the lives, of the people of the Pender Harbour and  Egmont District.  "We believe your behavior in this instance is an outrage and an abuse of your  responsibility as a Minister of the Crown.  We demand that you keep faith with us  and establish.a properly constructed fully  equipped, Medical Clinic"  Board of Directors,  Pender Harbour and District  Ratepayers Association.    -  7FOLLOW1NG is ahastily contrived sche-  due of visits to , local areas by Hon.  Isabel Dawson during her election campaign. It is possible some changes might  be~ made during the" coming" week" but  later events will be confirmed in next  week's Times.  Thursday August 3. All day in the  Egmont area. Proposed coffee party and  film showing, 8 p.m. location to be announced.  Friday August 4. Garden Bay and Ir.  vines Landing, all day. Coffee and film  at 8 p.m.'Loeation to be arranged.  Saturday August 5. Madeira Park, all  day. Coffee Party and film, 8 p.m. Legion  Hall.  Sunday August 6. Tea Party for Pender Senior Citizens, 2 p.m.  Monday August' 7. Redrooffs - Halfmoon Bay, all day. Evening coffee party  and film.  Tuesday August 8. Sechelt, all day.  Indian Village in morning. Business meets  in afternoon, Senior Citizens evening cot-  fee and film^sTiowihg.  Wednesday August 9. Wilson Creek -  Selma Park, all day. Garden Party, luncheon or tea. Film at 7:30 p.m.  Thursday August 10. Roberts Creek.  Morning coffee party, film. In afternoon  will be either Granthams or Hopkins.  Afternoon tea or evening coffee and film,  Further events, meetings etc, will be  published in next weeks Times at which  time it is expected further information  and more explicit details will be available.  Protest quashed .  Regional Board Chairman  adopts stronger attitude  .KilM&Hwl iHMtfiatr'llifa. i*fii..;i i! f. W?�� sjtf%i.  IIJSGIONAL Board Chairman Harry Al-  "    mond   made   clear   tho   fact   a)7 last  -Board meeting��� that he has the peroga-  11 vo lo strike a, committee as ho sees  fit. Therefore, despite strong previous objections by Directors West and Tyner,  a building advisory commlttoo has boon  formed  a'W wil'  meet as  Is  necessary,.  .,���'Fi|rlhoi', ho 'will ..continue' to use lils per-  ogallvo as Board Chairman,  Chairman Almond did pohjt put thai  ���������, hor had���, agreed ,��� to..... ono �� concession r�� the  ..oat. *;1vii-Jvt*'vai-'Ji. . *.v./j  thai you had announced in tho loglslat  uro iho formation of the Medical Manpower CoriimllloQ unc| usltod tho members  to meet with representatives of the Ponder Harbour and District Hutopnyors Association at Madeira Park, Although wo  have rqpoatodlyroquestud the Soorelary  of tho Commlttoo to arrange for this meeting it has not boon done,  "-^MOn"nTune��27rll)7ii*tho,-Dlrectorfl*'ofJ'thl��  Association greatly concerned by tho clo-  luy','" wrote ���-to you restating the urgent  need of this clinic and asking, I'or a report of "prokrass7'Your i'oply of .July ll,  i072,*+!iir(M>v'"iopinioiir'w��(.?''ojcti'om(|)y*or-  fonslve when you nuu'wly staled Ihul you  had roi'iilvcd oUi''Wor and noted ils  contents, Also.on Juno..l'7,.lt)7!4,,wo,wrolu,  to ..the,,' S��cruturMy���,of��.Medlcul*,Munpowoi,���  requesting, an' opportunity to discuss lho  mutter with Uiom, Thoy ropllbcV that thoy  mul boon Instructed to suspend their of-  lorth in |hls niultor as the Dopiu'tniont  \Vas <;urr,Yli)M.i>ii (IImhihhIoiih wllh a Van-  ���iiiUV,),'' tlooloi', wim' wus liihirtinU'.l in  uiiluhlii.hluj; In Pender Harbour,  ���  '"Tiro I'eiiiiifiuin Tiiiion of .inly n, nm*  n.pori.ii an inlnrvlnw, yon nave Uinti on  lhoi*iiubl|ri;|-ol'-tlif)-pi,iiposcd'-e||rilo-at-Pnn-  .lor Harbour unci you arequolcd nn huv-  ..tT, tiald that there Is po intention of psta-  , - a-, i .���     I.    ii   i .i       hllrihinn ���. luivommonl doctor and cllhln  nAiB"     '-'        ,0|(! '     '"' hH ,-inilu"1'*'---��d that the requirements ,nf tho ollnlu,  pan lancet. . and'1nrloi:ation-wllV-lw-enllr��l.y...al lho  ttltfelWOT  ""~~ ~~"  ���TlllaHiOlntrVIW^CaBff^irapponrfi^lllat  you   have'abandoned   the   Idea   of   the  Board policy that compalluts havo to bo  In writing, Mayor Lang informed "it was  '*'������"-"���-������-���'���*���������������' ���<"-"��� ''"'-"������u^soo"*'pago''"A��6"  Chamber informed  on ferry repest  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce, presently,ln summer recess, ls  L��vW,LfS  'Glbsohr'Councir'se^  IMPAIRED  William'Kenneth Sliorldun ,'ugod nbout  firty, of Sochelt, was fined $!'("'. alter  )leadliiK guilty hi a charge of lmpalrod  driving,. Breathalyzer showed a reading  ol' ,l!il per oonl alcohol, l'W driving with  no Insurance>he was fined'an additional  .|..!liU,  (.r'hu'rgcii aroriO an the result of an si>  ..rg_4 ^^'ldc;tiUiUUn���cui,)y-.hQiu{LoLUundiiy^.iHily.  1 ��� '',!) at Went Modioli, hthorldan was drlvii.fl  out to tho highway down Mason Koud,  shut across the highway and ended up In  Anti-climax  Urn1 dronim of caU'-rldliifi. .nlmMcrod   mi; Hnlunlny; lol'l Suiull Jillulk wllh  in Mm Hi'Mt.' nllumpt whon thin IIUlo   mi unihnn'aHtiud Mi'h. u. Iho cnll'-hnn-  calf JumI fhilly "vfuNOiI lo yo-opcriilo   Ulor comcn to lonU'u hand. "  durh'tl Pcwlor llurbour'ti junior rodeo  ____.   -"���  * 'J*-**-  *'Ml'a^��'*-H*'in*-^^li'<iwt����w<.i*��UMmp>Wlll(li  THte chAllans  "^nrnflioy"Avitoicruoinrn*��o(i:2n"'or*Roh  oris Crook, choched by RCMP for or-  ratio driving, was found to havo no auto  Inmu'anco and pn drivers liconco, Mc altio  drove throu/di a slop sl^u without slop-  pliiH.   ' , '  ��� Pur driving  without' lunuiance Luhb  was flood  $��l>0,   (.'or  having  no di'lvcrs  establishment of a proporly constructed  and'property equipped' clinic at, Ponder  Harbour, Von have turned this much  Howled and vlfal raclllly over to private  Intercuts' lo lie developed an limy i.eo III,  'I'o provide what faellKy and equipment  licence ,'Zl) and uuolhur ij'''') for falhn'u to    they may chouno- of uporaflnu  It upon  slop at a (Hon nljjn, such days and hours as they ned I'll-���and  members.,It, was, apparently, indicated at .mont from Horseshoe Bay to LunRdulo.  a special mootliiK demanded" by West Copy, of tho letter to General Manager  that 11 would bo out of, order to, have of, B',C,, Worries, Monty, Aldous y/m sub-  momboi's "of tho public on sdeh a 'com-'' mlttod to the Sboholt'Chumbor and slatos:  mltloo, Thoro was no mention of the fact ' ,,Jh 1�� HURgostod by tho Counell of this  thai a I'ormor dlroclor Is presently on a    vl"'"f'(* \1'"1 " '' ih����ns of alleviating the  'u'<)nVnilt'toe''"''H'iijVp()Hoclly'' iii 'an   advisory Huniinoj' ferry traffic oh llio IIorsosHoo'  capacity. Bay-Lan��d(do run, an unscheduled acjdl-  Mayor J3en Lnnu sidd he would like J!"'1"1 ion'y nm l)t5 e��lublishod,  io1 ccaiKiwulalo  tho   Cladrman   on   tho  I'ostraluf ho exercised.,durlna.,lho���.spoolul   incOtlnH "one dlreillor appeared to lake  it upon hlmselMoruii the mooting and  I ,n\ust, conunenf ��� on vthe-,,..j^reat��patience  you showed", he said, Wo added that tho  Idea of a bulldlnH advisory comimlttuo,  suHnested by ih<} ehalrman.Os an oxcol-  lent one, "I hopejl conllnues".       _  ""'OhUIiiIiTh reasons' hv formfnlT" the"  eommltteo, the Chairman said It Is thu  I'iHlit of everyone lo In, HiVon a permit  for bnlldbu. provU|lng thoy comply with  bylaws ami roKulnflons, However, there  huvo boon accusalloun nf lueqidtleu which  In mil a ootid IKInit, Therefore, ho feels If  jii'cninary (o have au,.ndvliiory uuiiiiiilLiuu  to work with tho biilldluu luniuHilor when  JJJiVl^K^^^'WUiil.volvcd.J.'McQU'naM-.  of (liiii cuiHinlltco will he eilllod as fro-  quently as 1 see fit," ha added.   '  ���Mayors Pelorson and-Liui({ iiRrood and  told him hu most certainly dues mil have  ,,}R ."NJL ,UPl7i:y,.Yia,'..0,f,.,.th��,���Hoard.,avurythnu,  ie~ wl��Jn?*-to-cnl ^'"B^^ch*7^"n^cottTIf(^m"^**J''���""  ��^���MayoJU���La��K��nl��u-o��|)lttlncd-th��\t*lt''ln"'  po.ley   of  council   that  any   complaints  have to bo made luawrllln-q to eouncll,  nol Just verbally to individual aldermen,  As an iiximiplu���jh, sald-~l|, Is no,|jood  la.'oplt* f>i)ln|t up  to Director Wesl'^vllh  complaints, He hhould loll then*  lu put.  II In wrllln'W'llu-n Ihu Hoard will deal  With lho midler,  Dlrecur Tyriur said Jt has alwayw been  'TitrTsomroi r'f6"5ir tifitnifjrompioyr  mont of a thh'd crew to operate sueh an  unschoclulocr Horvlco could'Kroiniy relieve  the con��osllonHud. regularly occurs dur.  ing the i-umuw.r months,  " "Wo"'n'Hk''"1 .Kill you Jnuk inlu the feasibility of lhls suMostion. and that we  mlnhl hear from you at an early dato,"  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  In Todafs Chssifi'cil'i-  'I'O HNTIV-M JiMlMlu -~ Sale of fun.lture,'  ... ...,.ijPpllaiuuis..iU)U..taola..���..,..r..rr  lvwwi>Mvvvvywwwwwwvvwwwan��wi��iwtwan��wvi����n��wi����w����n>>rMl  ��A^> ^M"       ���***�����*>'����**    4^MW*BK��H^��r?��^H^����^��^i^��^riw��WHV.-����4-p4* ��*,��.* w.*H,H~*tv.. >^��i ...Ml  ��� Tlmos Closalfloflu roach ovor 2,300 homoi  (10,000 roadors), '   .  ���,Tlmoa Closialfloda do JNTO tho hom�� ; j '  1 not on lowiifc, btiooio or In culvorla, ,      ;>,  ��� i Tlmos ClnvaWofla ura lov/^costj hlph'potoncy  ,6n|nr, ton|cB|l,     ,    ,  ;^(   ; ,|N;, ������,..,���,;, .,  ��� Phono lino* open Sumloy/rclonifled  ��k*����aH��#MWlWi!m��;ia!.  i*tf*me**wM*HRK  *rtM<##��1W*'ty4m*sif*i  t*rpiimi4^t*49^^^*^^v9^-mfiifiiai��  wsyami*!^ wiaity lawrWWiW*,'frw'y ��<W�� www��w  1i***t����iM(U.JV��^��*  MWittM^w/utttnrHMMMnjMt*  HDBWWl'IrtWlWhsS rtHMl"l��*WiW!  "����J*wt-  i*J��*t9m*4>  I w*  \  vixi^ttiiasifvmtuffitinttivmstsirjr.  \  ���   -    -y 2 . \  The Peninsula^^^*^  TTO^  -am ___   __\ _%___  "1 may be wronc, but I shall not be so wroriv as to jail to .\<iv what t belu'Vr to he r.t>hi"  ���John A ikins  Doi-fil.AS ���j. W1IFFI.F.R, /"h/'/AWkT  MnTO|umnnnnnnnmm<My.........MM��������iiwi^^  \  \  \  *Ph&7'  \  Regional Districts   Studied  B.C. CHAMBER of Commerce has in-  dk-ak-d of prob-kMiis involving Regional Dis.nets and action has. now been  imiiule.1 t>> die Associjted Chambers oi  tlie l.o-Ac.r Mainland to study lhe busi-  n*".', of regional government. Object.  wonl��l appear to be to become thoroughly  familiar wiih Regional legislation, procedures antl powers and also measures  available to the individual component for  redress of seeming wrongs.*- Or, attainment of programs which are in their  own best interests. L  With  this aim in mind, the Asso-  dated Chambers of the Lower Mainland  cent incseases. Those in the so called  higher echelon received increases of nine  per cent, twelve per cent und fourteen  percent. These' latter all enjoying verv  iii^h pay packet1*, to start with.".  " "Perhaps one-of the most important  issues to be challenged is the fact diat  individual Board members (Directors)'  enjoy far too much 'autonomy. Whether  this is merely a local situation we do not  know. Wc do, however, strongly suspect it to be so.  We have pointed out in the past  that most localized situations are left to  the  attention of the director  involved.  t.3s^s___^-^ *-"  JT jflraftr***  *    ; -     ..\��' ,  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/August 2, 1972  " -         ���      ��� ���        ^  \  x \ UNI  THE  OCRED  MIKE  BLANEY      '--������  Your   Provincio  I   Liberal  Candidate  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHELT   M0iW_jAC7QSp��iB& t_.__  Reservations  SECLUDED LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  v next to school  885-2375  Wise-  Ml  suggests to member Chambers that they  forward an account of any problem they  feel exists. With knowledge gained from  the study, it is hoped to offer assistance  where required.  To quote the Chairman of this newly formed committee; "As was expected,  the new level of Government called  Regional District Administration is  proving lo have many built-inproblems  for its individual members.  "These problems are proving to be  difficult to solve or adjust because of  the nature of the senior body, it consisting of groups of otherwise practically  autonomous units".  There are indeed many complexities  facing both members of the Board and  members of the public. There is much  wrong with the internal workings of the  Board as readers and those. who have  attended meetings will be well aware.  As an example; it is extremely  strange lhat a director facing keen competition at the polls announces he will  nol seek office, then when the people of  that area elect a representative of their  choice. Mr. l-.x. member is appointed as  a member at large. Councils and school  hoard do not carry on in this manner  but seemingly the Regional Board does  in some cases!  We arc interested in the latest story.  Be it a lease application or renewal, rezoning application or one of a number of  situations calling-for special study, the  matter invariably ���is left for study and  recommendation of one man.  True the Board as a whole makes  the final decision but it is practically unknown for other members to go against  a colleagues recommendation in his own  area. Should any one director have dictatorial propensities"'and be backed by  a group, then it could prove unfortunate  lor anyone not in his good books. v  Our democratic system is not expected to work this way and neither are  regional boards but - such autonomy  does exist. It is a poor situation and  should be top of the list for remedial  action.  We have recently witnessed the absurd situation which followed a simple  application for rezoning. After a period  of five months which included indecision,  public hearing, protests and final approval by the Board, the whole proposal  was wiped out by a "No" from the Highways Department. The five months of  time wasting, heated arguments and  many meetings could have been avoided  had the Department be approached for  a decision in the first place.  The Associated Chambers of Commerce of the Lower Mainland will exe-  cule   a   great   public. service   should   it  Reminiscent of the "old days" when  cruise boats^ttse1f~to bring holiday-  makers  to' the Sunshine.  Coast,  the  Day Trippers  charter vessel Xanadu pulls away  from Davis Bay wharf after a brief  stop-over for day trippers from Van  couver.   Watching  from   the  pilings  is one of our local divers.  EADES1S' RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, mid  not necessarily  those of The Times.  A  nom-dt'-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  I want to I*:now is where I can trade some  Ejection promises  Editor, The Times  Sir: Elections are in the wind again.  That"s our sometime "participatory democracy" during which time voters are  cajoled. and carrotied' into placing their  X alongside this name or.that. -  They'll promise everything to everybody - then proceed to take everything  from everybody so government can do all  if correct,'of latest salary increases for,  staff. We have been given to'understand  that three staff personal in the lower  salary bracket were  awarded seven  per  prove successful in injecting some sem-  blence of sanity into this cumbersome  and very costly form of local government.  Changes Will  Be Minimal  DURING the few weeks leading up to  the provincial election August 30,  1972 the people of British Columbia will  be treated to a banner waving, drum-  thumping parade of seasoned and would-  be politicians, all treading the trail of  devious promises.  All will extol their own virtues as  well as those of their party - invariably  "the next provincial government".. Scandal and hastily stirred mud will be hurled at opposing .candidates and political  parties with careless abandon. Soul stirring speeches will awaken us from blissful ignorance and inspire a new awareness Ml' the atrocities'.wc have suffered,  could sul'ler or will suffer should the  wrong parly be elected to office. And,  all-iiHill, we have- before us loiir weeks  of star-studded three-ring circus.  I'tirly io enter lhe centre ring was    invective,  impossible  promises  and  Liberal   Party" Louder  David   Anderson'" suiting platitudes,  who sel the ball rolling on what should Although,   we   would   suggest,   the  have been a humorous vein. "We will    final result is a forgone conclusion it is  form the next government with what 1    interesting to note from public polls and  ^ ~ licTpo -* \v i 11 - Itc a -m n j <ir it y ^govcrrii mont'*��� ti c������ r��cl i o ���'i til k ��� hWo ws *-1 Ii n t -1 lio��� 1"U>n t i ng --voio  told an interviewer! Mr,. Anderson's sin-    changes, in  varying directions,   Former  shown himself to be the "jolly joker" of  the pack with considerable criticism but  no solutions. Unlike David Anderson,  he has so far failed to forcast election results.  In the Social Credit ranks it is  clearly unncssssary to make wild statements candidates have only to relate  achievement to date of the government  with the assurance that it will continue.  Considering conditions of twenty years  ago, ihe progressive accomplishments  are undeniable.  Oratory will ensue fast and furiously as Ihe campaign progresses. Seasoned  campaigners will complete with enthusiastic new candidates and indifferent  token runners who haven't a hope anyway. From it all we will be deluged with,  a vast accumulation of hot air, vicious  i li  the  things   we  didn't   ask   for  and   don't  want!  For some four years citizens have been  saying things .couldn't go on this day.  They didn't. They got worse! Prime Minister won! to Moscow. Before then, we  were very uninformed about what went  on in the U.S.S.K. Now we're much better  uninformed! Although we did discover  that we're not Americans. The P.M. said  lhat government has no business in tbe  nations bedrooms. Then why did he sel  up a Department ol urban attains? He"  talked a   lot   about  Trade  Relations.  Whi/l,  Poet's Corner  ���rYour contributions are invited  -    SOUL  POLLUTION  by Pam Gross  Soul-guarder  in the shadows "���;.���'  Slipping ���   ��� '*  Through   the   gleaming   word���noose;  Soul-guarder���that's  what   I am.  my brothel"  of mine!  -They tell me Trudeau has done a lot  for youth. I'd say the kids' have done us  for a good few million too. Of course, it  was done in the name ot education and  that's a fu.ndernehta.1. right. The trouble  is, too many of them want ail the "fun"-  without any of ''de mental!'.'.  Sour  grapes?  No  sir.  That's  just  my  last pint "of blood^Tnrinrway to OTfawa-:-  in  lieu  of  the shirt  -  which  I   lost   last  vcar  PATRICIA  YOUNG  y  love  eerily, in n.j.king the slntemeiu made Hie  whole comment ludicrous.  The Conservative Lender Demi Warren has shown a liltle restraint but is the  one most likely to make inroads onto  llie Social:Ovdll stronghold,       ,.  NDI" Lender Dnvo'llnrrcMt has long  44tnmnt^n4tnmptinnfy.m'tnttnmi%$utnnn)��n��utn'nnn^^  I'iiIiIIhIkhI WctlncHdiiyB ut Sechelt,        '*  ,,, . on,l",(^'(�� t-SuiiNliIno Count  by  I'owoll Klvor Nown Town Crier  f"uc)|o|t Tlmon JUil,  ' ' 0ox 310 - Sooliolt, li.C.  Siibucrlpllpn Haton! (la advance)  ��IJoclVl^^P()wpor'7cnr^Royon(^35���mllc3^!y7a'^ll^���^"^''^  U.S.A., $P. Ovoi'hoiih, $10,  Servianthe areafrom7 Port Mellon to Msmont  ,,  JUowe,tSotindjoJm'h Inlet)  NDPs, say this .time they; wil,l yole Con  .servuilsm and a few Social Creditors are  vow allegiance to Social Credit or Conservatives and it few Social Creditors are  deserting for greener pastures! It would  therefore seem that there is no decisive  swing from orio party lo. .mother,   Polities are unpredictable at Hie best  of limes (ml right now we would suggest  11 i e ro"7'!w i U'7- lifc7., 1 i til o7rolnt iigc7".Vn 7!l lie"77t> ti'l=7  eoitio, Premier Bennett will go buck with  a slightly'rcdiieed ninjofily, so will \W  NDP. Liberals will lose some mid gain  'others ending up with about tho sumo  as last time und tin iidvunye will be made,  by the Conservatives who wllh an Im-  pressive sli.te should "(it lbiisio!raW level'  with lhe LihorulN. With the heavy cloud  A)l7,aiiil��,llberallsni-eniiiuuuttlhR.J'roin-,lb-J.  federal government, ll is quite possible  the proviiielul party will ovou drop u lew.  seats, ,  ; ��� Time alone will tell but one thing  appears certain - ll will be an Interesting  election anil mosl assuredly - an active  ,.. Man, ,on phono; . "The head, .|f 1h��.  household, lan't In, TIiIh'Ih tlui elialrnian  of tho ,1'und-ralHlnK uommltloa,",  Tell me friend,' to  And  hale  myself,  Because  I  am  the  sickness'  Spawned  From  that   brother's  murd'rer.  Toll, me friend, to feed my belly  Because you can always  .Shut your eye,s to the sounds  Of a starving soul  Toll me' friend, not  In follow lhe crowd;  Come   with   you,  Through   your  unvn   and   silver  garden;  ���And;, wear .v'luivc.ftiwnt,)!' -tlmrn:*.,,.  . " : *-  And   learn  lo sing  the  words  Without  lhe meaning;  ---And-above -nil,..���--,.- ��� '* ���'-������-. ��� -  Be on individual.  Toll me friend, to love no lovers*;  You'll only gel hurl,  JusLshyL^  Closet ol  the mind,  So you eunnol hear  ���The strumming ofsthO'Common*chord;  no  MARINA  Ourb  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  rd Sales and Service  CRUISER'  Sales and Service  Mechanics On Duty  Monday to Saturday  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2248  THE STAFF OF SUNCOAST ESTATES LTD.  ���wish to express their appreciation for the confidence shown in them by  '   their clientele in this area���as a result'of which they have  JS0LD $^ MILLION^WORT14-OF-SUNS+IH>I��-�����AST-   REAL ESTATE IN THE FIRST HALF OF 1972.  .ESTATES LTD.,  Box 769, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2241  Dealer &  Builder of  WESTWOOD  HOMES  MEET THE  SOCRED  HIS NAME IS  HE IS  30 YEARS OLD  HE IS DIFFERENT  AND HE IS YOUR  ? '  ,**  p.  Provincial tibernl Candidate  m*4^mMmHv*eMm��h     vl*IW^W��IIW,r��at, ^mdWwMM!    ^>��aV~~��#liWLa^^  The Bayview  Pining Room  Ponder Harbour Hold  Mfldnlra Park ��� BB3.W77 ,..-  mwyvn mi 11 n mwmyyvmmnyxxirmmwifvwymi  '/^'jJconiKKl Dining l-oiibao  "foryoMrtlinina'plftQwror-'"  The flayWew Specialties?  7    "SURF ANP TURF"-  \  (Utaurtall and Pilot Mlfinon)  AND T-BplSE; STEAKS  |"U"'"UB""" Mi MMa""aa""''i"l"P4a""UPMaW  FOR MACKENZIE RIDING  (which includes the entire Sunshine Coast)  A HE BELIEVES THE GIVEAWAY OF OUR NATURAL ^SOURCES (5 A R/POFF.  PENSIONER ��� YOUTH ���THE UNEMPLOYEP ��� THE SILENT MAJORITY ��� MIKE  BLANEY  WILL  WORK  TO  ACHIEVE  THI5IH BIGHTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,  f.  MBCHAE  ,..*  UNSotred"  886-7436  7f  ���w*  j^h*.  \  v  , 7 '^  I   \   \  \  \  \  \  .. M,y..     . > r./^w.'4,'  I    '- V.N'  ���  \  TV*  i  Half  moon  emng$.  \  .    .t   ���   . ' -r-by* Mary Tinkley     . '      ._.    .. ��� ..        \  REMt'NnER   iliat   next   Saturday,  August of Y?hatham,\ Ontario.  Mh,   lhe   annual   general .meeting   of Ouests from Chicago-visiting th*>'Virg.  Area   B   Ratepayers   Association "will   be -Garnet's  are  Mrs.   Mary   Salem   and   her  held   at   the   Welcome   Beach   Hall   at   8 \son Christopher.' '  _-^,   c"""1   ���-��*~-" -*   =-'   ���  *       * Terry  O'Malley  of Penticton  and  his  pTffi. Several; matters" pf special interest  to residents will be on the agenda'and  all members are urged to attend. New  Ynembers -will  be  welc&me.  FARBWELla  A farwell party in honor of Mrs. Stan  'Moffat was held at the home Mrs. Ted  Surtees on July 26, when Mrs. Surtees  presented to Mrs. , Moffat on behalf of  the ladies present and some who were  -TiTratrrer to attend, "in" engraved stainless  step] fruit bowl, with good wishes for  happiness   in  her  new  home.  Mrs. Moffat -has lived in Halfmoon  Bay for the past 25 years. She came  here as a Scottish war bride ih 1947 and  her first home was a cabin on the Redrooffs Resort. For the past five years she  has been custodian of the Halfmoon Bay  School and among the guests honoring  her were throe teachers, Mrs. Surtees.  Mrs. Mary Mellis and Mrs. Miriam Davie  and the former school secretary Mrs M  Tinkley.  v The Moffat family will be moving to  Sechelt this-week to a home on the Porpoise Bay Road which they have bought  from Mr. Reg Smears and Miss Maud  Peterson.  SPORTS  DAY  Redrooffs Beach and Country Club  held ils annual sports day at tlie Gap,  Buccaneer Bay last. Saturday, when a  good crowd, including a number of small  children turned up to enjoy a perfect  day on the fine stretch of sandy beach  left by a low tide.  Treasure hunts kept ever, the youngest toddlers busily occupied. In the 3 and  under class, SM. Dalton was the winner,  with Ricky Merrin and Cameron Dix tying for second place. The Ross family  carried off all the honors in the 4-8 class,  wjth Camilla and Wendy Ross tying for  first place in the girl's hunt and Lance  Ross being declared winner of the bays'  hunt.  Andrea Merrin came first in a race  for children 3.and under and Robbie Mc-  Pherson Jr. was winner in a race for the  4-5 year olds. The men's race in the 40  years and under class, was won by Hugh  Ladner.  Great excitement accompanied the  egg-throwing contest, in which the team  of Chris. Walton' and  John Winton  suc-  sons were On a camping trip in .the area  last week. Terry is the husband of the  former Joan MacDougall who was a resident of Halfrnoon Bay for*- many years.  Spendipg.a few days visiting Mrs, Roy  Hy.lgate iast week was her daughter, Beth-  Bath with husband Don and son Robbie.  "flaey were on their way north in their  trjrnaran to settle in the Queen Charlotte  Ifs'lands.   where   Don  Bath   hopes   to   get  work at the naval base. He recently retired from thp Canadian Navy.  ..The Fritz Leuchte home .at Welcome  Beach is bursting at the seams with nine  guests, Including their daughter Anne-  niaiiie Hickey of California and their son'  Nicholas of Vancouver with their families.  Mr_s. H. C. Macpherson of Victoria is  the guest of her brother, Ross Conquest  and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and dau-  -ghter Norma of New Westminster are at  Welcome -Beach visiting Mrs. Smart's mother, Mrs. Mary Walker and her1 sister,  Mrs.  Cliff Connor.  VACATIONING  At this time of year most residents  are content to stay at home, entertaining  their guests, enjoying the swimming, or  making vain attempts to protect their  gardens from the ravages of the deer  which have doubtless been driven down  by the work on  the highway.  However,  The Peninsula Tribes Pag^  Wednesday, August 2, 197\  A-3  -���,������  For All Your'(general  Home  Repair  from Cellar lo Roof  call  COR ZU1DEMA  885-2135  CROCHETED SHRINKS  10% OFF  cessfully battJed to hold the title which  they won last year. After so much excitement and activity, both participants  and spectators were ready for a swim and  the ice cream cones which were distributed  to everybody  on the beach.  Appreciation was ej^pressed to Robbie MacPherson for organizing such a  successful event.  VISITORS  Halfmoon ,Bay is becoming quite a  cosmopolitan place for guests from; many  parts of the world are being entertained  here.  William Andrews of London, England  has been taking in the sights of B.C. with  a tour of the interior,, accompanied by  his sister, Mrs. Doris Franklyn of Vancouver. They were iii Redrooffs last week  for a vi��li with .Mrs. Stella Claydon who  was also entertaining" her son Raymond  with his wife and son Phillip frpm Vancouver.  Mrs, Bill Clark  ancl her two sisters, ���  Mrs. Winnie Coffin and Miss��� Lee Hawkins l'rorn  Vancouver, met, for the first,  time tl;ieir English cousin, Margaret. Bay-  " .'"'ley''���' i of '*���'''Far'co'Uon'r' NortHamplbn,  accompanied by  h'er husband Stan. Thoy  all*  had  a  great get-together  at the Clark,  borne at Halfmoon Bay. It' was the7Bay-"  "toy's  first   visit  to   Canada.  Owen. ""Jd-  munds was  good 6nough  to take  Stan  Bayley fishing, and while he didn't man-  ,1.,!���'agQ,Jo..J^  spectacular scenery.  Visitors from  Brighton,  England are  Mi', arid Mrs. Victor Chapman, on a- visit  *   to   Mrs.   Chapman's  sister,   Mrs.   Freda  R,hoado,s at, hor Frances Avenue cottage,  who  like the aroa  so miuoh  that  thoy  would llko to stay indefinitely.,One day  ,   Ihoy explored , Ponder Harbour, ,bu,t on  '������' their return to the cottago, fo.und they  did not havo their flight bag which contained tholr camera,and binoculars, Mr,  * Gbapipn^cliroYe back to Madc-Irn Park ,  where lib "last, remembered using th'o ca-  <    mora > and wna delighted tofind tbnt tho  bag had boon handed In, to the ."tClVlT.  , , Mr, and Mrs. Chapman aro most grateful  to tho finder and aro'convinced that this  Is ono of tho friendliest and nicest places ���  ,,, tlioyhflvo.ovoiv, visited Thoy. will surely.,  bo back ono of thoso days.  A charming IB-yoar old, ,vif"ltor from  ***-HDenmnrlHn*Hnnne*BJerr^^  land, Who is tbq guest, of tho Franl; .Tor-  '"flonflons, Twannp is most happy to* have *  lho chance lo talk lilnullsh, in which sho  Is quite prol'lclont, She h��H, studied tho'  tnn/ii.ngQ at nolio'ol for oluhl. years,  Mrs, Bevt "Pbtornon at hoi> Illedroofff.  got I ago has, as gnosis, hor mother, Mrs,  . A, Taylor of Toronto and hor sister and  "'^'brotheriln-lflWrMrrond'-MrsrHrBllfjh';'  ' ftm a.n.i.fii.^piii.-ia^Jliiiiii ^u���n^w���w��^ | ���-i>ipaal.wip^^.|^ia...taiiili.liiaii.fiii|ia..i*iii)iiaawiiiwiw��^ " <  |*f.*VM��q.TMMM����|^^ '  t&tS+*9 Am a%"       i  H| j.  BEAUTIFUL Pt ACE  a lew residents have managed to get  away on trips. One of these' lucky ones  ip Mrs. Jean McNeil who is flying to  Scotland this week for a visit to the Isle  of Barra, one of the southern islands.of  the Outer Hebrides.  This will be.her first return to the  land of her birth since she left there as  a girl in 1.924'. During her absence, her  daughter's fiance, David McNeal will  stay at the McNeil home. Miss Florence  McNeil is teaching at UBC summer  school.  Another resident who has been enjoying a well-earned holiday is Mrs. Bill  Harpnick. She and her daughter Janet  ^acoompanied her friends Trudy and John  Reichel on a trip to California, driving  down, by the coastal- route, visiting -Disneyland and returning by way of the  Mojave Desert for a visit at the Reichel  home at   Revelstoke.  Mrs. Pat Ness was in Powell River  last week tocvisit her daughter, Beverley  Silvey following 9urgery in Powell River  hospital.  One of the most suocessful fishermen  lebekahTLodge 82  Annual Smorgasbord;  SUNJjHINE  Rfibelcati. Lodge 82, held  its  -apr-Wl Smorgasbord Supper this'year  at. the 'borne ' df 'Brother. 2m. .'Sister* ~H.  Reiter, Gibsons. -Past NobJe Grand, Sister Marjar:et Wise accompanied 'by ' her  daughter Gail arid "son Donald attended..  Sister Wise now .resides in -Vancouver.-  Forty-two members enjoyed' ah excellent meal to the^aecotti'p'ahymentofvb'ack-  ground - music -inl the beautiful grounds of  the."Reiter hpme: .As is'the custom in  Oddfellowship, an \ atmosphere of - happiness prevailed.      ,7  League Champions  Pictured', before enjoying a waterfront beach party at Mission Point  are th e Wilson Creek Raiders who  won tlie Gifesons Shell Service Station  Trophy in competition^ with four  -otttet-igtt'ls' teams. Pictured* from left  4 - f!|| g ���  UlMSOCRED  MIKE BM^fY  Your  Provincial  Liberal. "Candidate*  !L  ��S DOUBLE KNIT ORLONS ||i  35*  -���#  In 38 colors.  SS ONLY ...:....'.  oz  OL U  arn  am  ��5 Sechelt  885-9305 !S  WgggMgi��i/Mi/IiIigiiff/��gi����ggggIgI/i^  Each B.C. cow produces almost 12,000  pounds of milk a year���far higher than  the Canadian average.  in front: Colleen* Casey, Brenda  Clarke, Captain Susan Dixon, Cathy  Oike, Shelly Betts and Jean Berry.  Centre: Laura Hooker, May Pearson, Kim.-Benner, Janet Mactavish,  Carla Paetkau, Jean Betts and Elaine  Mactavish. Back: Coach Carl Kohuch, Lee-Ann Nestman, Coach Terry Kwasne, Laurie Tyson, Sheila  Betts and President of Gibsons Athletic Association Mr. Larry Labonte  who presented the team with the  trophy.  in. the area  last week  was  Mrs. Clarke  Simpkins  who  landed  two  nice  springs,  18 and 22 pounders, off Epsome Point after    unsuccessful    attempts    in    fishing '  grounds further afield.  PHONE MATE  AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE  ANSWERS: PHQNE 24 HOURS  ~^~      RECORDS  INCOMING CALLS  For Demonstration: Phone 885-9816  e ��r Waste Wafer  Curtailing Your ���  * PROFIT PICTURES  * UNO USE!  * DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM!  �� EXPANSION PLANS!  A call to US  . could prove beneficial  Standard Motors of Secfielflfi  Sechelt  885-9464  ?$*'-;;;:,.;. .;-. . %:?.v    "^;- v*p??w-T* 1  - W94^r:..: ������    ,.. ���.���...���.������."*.:    .��w|-,. ... v,...  r,T^���  mtfctMtf*'  7&-  ^^S>^-*^wr"  lid  e .^77/uAe on  _'���!_  ���<%  .|s%.  r^  THE BIGGEST CLOTHING & FOOTWEAR SALE   l��i[' ii ', 'Ml" i '       ''<ii t B  'IIIm 1  'Uh       ^W   WCm] ��$%_' MtrnW ' I'l'l'iii '    " i   'i i  ,  nlM>^Ml^M'*na^IIB^n<,l^llllll'IIH^><aiMlal>a"BIMaa'MaHM^l^M^'~l^tf' Hp* 44V^4<^^ H w-* HI ���'��� H Hi ���    ..J.N^^w^H'in.. H~J "J^M|n*4 H^&k mmmmmmmmmmmmm^mdmmmm.~^mmmmmmi^^^^m^^^mmm*mm*F~^immmymmmmmmmmmmmt'.  I ,-#l|i4W^*s��t��H^(.1[!*H*.^t*tWsi*mi*  WOMi'5  SHOP  ['$  mn's  ^Shoes  UNCLE MICK  ws  & BOYS'  SHOP  S  C��suq| Summ  M  Shirts  h'Tlantxon  ��"'s md Boys  er  sporfr  Lon  r>  9cQnd Short  Sloe  vo  Co��d��toV  )oo����* ��  'Nl',,  PP  7*>m^  :     Men's Qhd Boysf  rioat  oncf  er  Cdofi  *'' ���"���'������P|"v''*'  ���I' .1  SAVE 50% - 30% - 20% -10%  ALL SALES FINAL .NO ALTERATIONS ;  for tho  Family  I -iMWY'l*��^a(l^*��wWi^!i��liW  f*mi/*��ie4*t^iiii#i^l>!t^^ 1  ��**\&r~  ����4  Sho  f��**WB^W|��WI|tlJWiif^^ yi^B!M^ti^*^��B��^>��^-M^����*J^f*^ "H*^ .1"  Men  es  I "***��^BmH.1^^��IWfSWWMi.^^  s and  Boy,  '1,1-  ������"    2 STORES TO SERVE YOU     TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE   '.','���  ,   pouWo  iCnU* ^  Cotton ,1,  i   ',yi,,\  ii h  .Mow  *> and  sho  ��oyn  'JJ  fKnawWiwnw  es  I t^��iM>^��w��^M��>f^��->^^ m 1  DON'T MESS It UP1  1 *v7  1 ���^M*WW��W*Bafa!.'WWWWrll.i'Ml  DEEP FRIED CHICKEN  FROM OUR NEW FiAYOUR CRI?P PR6$SURE  ���"' w^Lnwmi WBBM i^H^-A^^^'AI^^^  i-^\��^i��a^i(!^i-v*w^t* ���  885-2311  COOKER. 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' _     ���  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Aug. 2/1972  REAL ESTATE  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  jwjmwMMimtiMmiaiaanMaiMaitimmainanaw  \\  ���,     _ _ Sechelt - Phone^85-9654  The PENINSULA jdtfteb    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  civile.. AD-BRIEFS  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  ENGAGEMENTS  Member, Audit Bursa*  of Circulations  March 31,  1972   . '  Gross^ Circlilaf ioir327 5"  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion    $1.00  Three Insertions ���$2.00  E^tro lir��><- U worHc) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers - ,    10c extra ,  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader  advertising   35c  '' per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam.  Marriage and  Engagement  ' notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and   20c   per   line   after   that.   4  -words per line    Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9-00  yr.  MR. AND MRS. James E.  Akeson of West Seidell,  . B.C. are pleased to announce  the engagement of their daughter, Adrienne Frances to  Mr. Wolfgang "Buchhorn, son  Of   Mr.   and���Mrs:���Erwin   R.  WANTED ��� Acreage " with or  without small home. Full  details please. Box 38 c/o  Box 310, Peninsula Times,  Sechelt.  38-y,  ASSIGNMENT"'"of "lease���for  sale 1.45\acres of waterfront  property on the East shore of  Egmont Channel, subject to  Provincial " Government requirements. 3 chains of shoreline, fresh water On property.  Reply Box 54, c-o Peninsula  Times,  Box  310,  Sechelt,  B.C.  '   54-36  ���~~ ' 7 ~~  PENDER Harbour ���' New  small ��� fireproof house on  large M, $12,000 FP with  terms. A. R. \5impldrj&__Bj3^..  106, Madeira-, Park. Tel. 883-  9901. 92-36  \  FOR RENT (Continued)  SMALL   2   bedroom, furnished  cottage,    W-W    carpe,    carport,   outside *\Gibsons>   Older  couple    or    older   gent    only.  WANTED TO RENT  COUPLE    require   cottage    or  small   house   to   rent   Sept.  ��� 1st.   Prefer   large  lot  or  acreage.   Waterfront.   Phone    112-  ' 886-29X3*7"  - 428-3^<-��334-?66.6=,  PENDER Harbour waterfront  - Lot. - Sheltered,, deep,- very  accessible to water making it -  ideal for a year-round wharf.  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 afterx  5:30 pirn. Write Box 708,  Gibsons, B.C. 9050-tfn  Buchhdrn of Gibsons, B.C.  154-36  IN MEMORIAM  Beautiful Recreational  Park-1 ike  160 acres     ...near���----   FOR   SALE���Gibsons,   1   bedroom^ home,   beautiful   view  of sea and mountainsr $11,000.  886-7657. 108-37  IN LOVING MEMORY of Edwin John Black of Davis  "Bay, B.C. Passed to rest July  1971 "Your flowers bloom",.  ���Wife Bessie, daughter, Eve-  lyne   . * 132-36  Secret Cove  Well elevated property, some  ocean views, trails and light  timber: Lane access from highway at 6Nnly $67,500. Some  terms, c/o Box 310> Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.  __8733-tfn  SECLUDED 5 acres, 2 large  houses and other outbuildings, W-W carpet in both  houses, 2 creeks, never short  of water. All kinds of fruit  trees, Ocean view, on good  paved rdad  close  to  Gibsons.  PERMANENT tenants wanted  for older 2 bedroom winterized cottage. Granhams. Furnished* or unfurnished, available August 1. $75* month. Re-,  ferences required. Phone 886-  7003 or write Box 739A Gibsons. 442-36  BEAUTIFULLY appointed 3-  bdrm waterfront home,  West Sechelt, double carport,  workshop, ortice and den. Reu-  sonable tenants only. Phone  885-2042. . 1*~�� oc  HELP RANTED  138-36  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  requires a part-time janitor  for one and one and a half  hours per day at Halfmoon  Bay Elementary School; commencing September 5th, 1972.  Salary $3.61 per hour increasing to $3.79 per hour after  3 months. Apply in writing  giving full particulars to:J. S.  Metzler, Secretary-freasW.  School District No. ' 46, Box  220,   Gibsons,   B.C. 124-36  886-2983.  429-36  Overseas  .$10.00   yr.  .$3.50  $4.00   15e  Special Citizens,  Local  Area      Canada   Single Copies   Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a* photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized, reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or. services  may not be sold and llie difleiem-e  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  biographical error, that portion  or the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b-j*. the balance of the advertise-  ..'���wnt will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  nourlyQ rate for the additional  work.  pi..,. .     , ������  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   ,   .   is   pleased  to  sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement*  spaco,   and  extends Bost Wishes to tho happy  ":':"'','���������""' '���.vv:portniil:","'''''''''-',"'''*":'"':;.1''���''''  COMING EVENTS  IN LOVING memory of our  father who passed away  July 28, 1971. Gone but never forgotten���Pa and Janet  Malyea. 142-36  OfilTUARY        STROSHEIN   -   On   Tuesday,  July    25 th,    1972,   Kathleen  Stroshein, aged 5 years passed  away   in   Vancouver   General  Hospital    Surjoved by    her  mother and father, Diane and  Henry Stroshein and sister  Ellaih. In lieu of flowers and  cards, donations may be made  to B.C. Cancer Institute, 2656  Heather,  Vancouver,  B.C.  123-36  HAINING���Passed away on  July 22, 1972, Beatrice  (Bea) Haining of Gibsons.  Survived by her loving hus-  badn Jim, 2 sisters, Mrs.  Pearl Anderson; Robson, B.C.  and Mrs. Dorothy Muskett,  Delta, B.C. 3 brothers, Stanley Dans, Honeymoon Bay,  B.C. Elmer Dans, Kamloops,  and Tyrell Dans, Robson. One  aunt, Miss Pearl Cribben, Slo-  can Park, B.C. Rev. J. Williamson Conducted the funeral service in the Harvey  Funeral Home on Thursday,  July 27. Cremation. In lieu of  flowers donations - may be  made to the OES. Cancer  Fund;���care���of���-Mrs:���Doris-  LOT  IN   Gibsons   subdivision.  Among new homes, close to  everything.    Phone     886-7424.  430-36  NEW one bedroom home in  Roberts Creek, (full price,  $1 ef^OO'.'" Lbw' "dmvn payment  and mortgage available to responsible    party.    886-7626    Or  886-7560. 444-36   1   GIBSONS: On fine view lot  in centre of town. 3 .bdrms.,  lge. living room, cab. kitchen,  W-W. Be sure to see this one  at   only  $17,500.  Situated in private parklike  setting near beach. Charming  5 room basement home. Spacious living room features fireplace and opens to large private deck. Modern cab. kitchen with adjoining breakfast  room. 2 love'y bedrooms. 2  baths. Completed rec. room.  Hobby room and large dry  storage area. A-oil heat and  a i r conditioner. Excellent  terms  on  $31,500.   Full   price.  Prime Georgia view location with fabulous view, $6,600  GOWER POINT: 820 square  feet frame construction for  sheer pleasure in living. 2  nice bdrms. View living room  has fireplace and W-W carpet. Modern Crestwood kitchen. Utility or storage room.  Attached    carport.   3   ft_dry  SMALL cottage located on Vz  acre lot. Full price $10,000.  No down payment required if  one is capable of providing,  handyman duties in a new  subdivision.  886-7626.      444-36  IN LANGDALE, split level 4  bedroom home, fireplace,  panoramic view, carport. Full  price $24,000. 886-7896 or 886-  7700. 441-36  3.96   ACRES,    potential   view,  Til'icum   Bay   area,   $8,500.  Call  M. -H#mslre/  155-36  VIEW   lot   in   West   Sechelt,  60'xl58\   Water,   power   and  phone, $4500.  Phone 885-2087.  97-37  NEW   2-3   bedroom   hoiise   on  ocean  view lot.  Conveniently    located;    quiet    neighborhood.   Ph.   885-2134. 83-37  DUPLEX, 1 bdrm., utilities included,   Davis   Bay.   Single  lady,  $105   per  month.   Phone  885-9022. 156-36  ATTRACTIVE     large     house,  electric    heat,   for   xent    at  Wilson Creek. Phone 885-2014. ,  159-36  ALERT PENSIONER wanted  for odd jobs. Living quarters supplied.' Some renuinera-  tion. Sechelt area. Phone 885-  2100 120-36  WANTED   ���   carpenter     for  one  or 2. days.  Light work.  Phone   885-9589.  149-36  Attractive 2 BR home,   large granite fireplace, dble.  plumbing,  sundeck.   Very   large   basement   with   carport, * shop   space,   rec.  room.,   and   extra   BR.    Beautifully   landscaped   with   fishpond.  X $35,000.  FOR RENT  Drummond,  Gibsons.       144-36  PEDER'SEN���On July 25, 1972  Mandius (Mike) Pedersen  of Gibsons, aged 78 years.  Survived by his loving wife  Anne and many relatives in  Norway. Rev. J. Williamson  conducted the service in the  Harvey Funeral Home on Saturday, July 29.  Cremation.  145-36  PERSONAL  -   Advisory  demonstra-  PoUito culture,  11  a.m.  AGR1CULTURAL-  Farm   opon   I'or  tion of  to A |).mA Sulurdny, August _,  ���SuiiHlvlii#|C()il,s(*-HlghwiiyrRo-*  horlM    Crook,    Froo    uclvisjiory  Hui-vitfu. Phono i)U(!-2(~02.   -��������� '"<i;"3-:"(i  CARD OF THANKS  "THANK    YOU  ���\yllUH0     Clll'l)  "      I. I)      I ll 0 .   V  and kliulnoMfH  iiI.UhI im nil d\ii'lnn lho IIIIiohhh  mul piiHHlnfj of Iilclwln John  liliiuk of "DiivIh Buy, B, C,  July, 11)71, Mrn, UohhIu Bluul;  ���    unci cl.wKlitei* Kvclynn. 1''."-.'<)  ' i~Yy"Qul*i)' "niui" ut ~ui.mir7,i'i  my 1'i'IoiuIh for' lliolr UioumIi-  II'uIIihinm and cm rein of nym-  piithy tlui'lnfl my borqHvomont  In lho Iohh of my wlfo Boii,  it Iho Io lho HlnIT of SI, Mury'H  ,.,.��� JHUmpUul, ,��� unnodiilly.   JN u r. o  Hoi'Hiniu. mul Di\ InuUii, Don-  atlonii Ii] lluu of I'Ujwoi'b may  bo   mini   to   OMH,   oil" Doi'in  *DlfuW1lWclr*"~''  llnlnliiM,  aiiMfflTr^mr  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek  Community  Hall.  Ph.  885-9327.  8657-tfn  FOR    LETTERHEADS,    envelopes,    statements,   .invoices  and   all   commercial   printing,"  contact, the Times office at Se-  �� chelt or phone 885 9654.  WISH  to contact  Latter Day  Saints members, Phone 885-  2175 or 886-2546. 6766-tfn  COAST CONTRACTING  Building - All types.   Roofing - Duaroid  Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  Painting - Int., Ext. -Res. &  "*""""*'**     '^Ciommoi^ifir'^***^"**^^���^  Conurotu  - buHemo.1,18 - nidc-  "whIUh - soa"& retaining walls.  Jtfi'loor covering - Innulutlun.  Phono 886-7320  ll()l)(l"lfn  IF yovi o now In town, and  plan lo 1-Qnldo lioro por.man-  oiUly, phono uh your name  nndncldreHs. tel| UH-whoro you  1 movo,d���"���^r'dm;''���'f',nl1c^:,���wo,ll���'',,8Pl^(l,  ypu Tho TlmoH.for u month,  with our uompllmontH and u  warm   wolooimp,   Phono   .)(��">��  :0(IH' Tho Tlftca, !; '    iiivno  wTlTl7~bulld unbln on yum-  land |n oxohan��o for rlidH lo  occupy for a Tow yo'Ki'H'," Call  -ov wrlUi��A,..Mm,uo,lh,Hl CUmorul  Delivery,  CUbrionn, 1)80-7(12(1.  crawl space. Large corner, lot.  Level walk to PO and shops.  $21,500  full  price.  Terms?'  GIBSONS: Top value for  the family man is this charming 4 bdrm. home. Spacious  living room has lovely cut  stone fireplace and large view  windows. Dining room, convenient kitchen, utility. Lge.  finished rec room. Entrance  foyer. Double" plumb. Attached garage. Few steps to nice  beach and park. Offers neat-  Si 5,000 down. Try yours and  be pleasantly surprised.  In   arpa   of   new   homes,   a  fine view lot.''Only $'4,500 fop.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  436-36  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  IF your're new in town, and  plan to reside here permanently, phone us your name  and address, tell us where you  moved from, and we'll send  you The Times for a month,  with our compliments and a  warm welcome. Phone 885-  9654, The Times. tfn-nc  FOR vacationers during August, a self contained furnished basement suite in Gibsons. Close to wharf, stores  and beaches. $50 per week.  Also boat rental if desired.  Phone 886-7374. 90-tfn  SELMA Park, ocean front,  furnished 2 bedrooms, electric heating. Sept. 1st to June  30th. $135 per month includes  water. Phone 885-2637.  118tfn  FURNISHED    home,    2    bed-  rooms,    study,    at    Garden  Bay.   Responsible   adults   with  references.  Ph,  883-9963.  117-36  NEAR beach, Roberts Creek,-  new 2 bedroom house, W-W  carpet, stove, fridge, wired for  washer and dryer. Available  Sopt, 1st till next July. Ph.  886-2019 or 985-4767.   '    135-36  LARGE office in Harris Block,  Gibsons.   Phone  886-2861.  420-36  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - 'Commercial'"- Recrea  All types of real 'estate financing including builders  loans, Fast appraisal service.  -�������������ACAD|���AN-���MORTGAGE-CORP^l:TDr',----���"-���  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C,  '     ������"-���   ���"' Phono 926-3256  Will WISll Ur-uxproHH our nln-  t'oro"UianltH to our frlondu  and .luilKliboi'H ioi7 tholr. *JUud*\  norm and Hympulhy In lho Iohh  of our luilo.vud Molhui1 and  Urandinolhor Hpuclal Ihanl.H  lo tho VFD  for Uiojr-proiupl  ��� - act lon,- AIm) - Mpuolttl��4han!tf,-4o  Huv, -llm WillMmifion for h'lti  "' oonwi'llnH wordii"i'h'd'" prhyori-i," "phonu  Tho Girard Kamlly,       4!)'���;'('   mont,  mil tlui (jonvonlonco. of, roiij-.  dontH of lho Pondor H��p-  bour, \~lalfmoon Bay and 8��-  cho|l, iu'ui��,(Dr,f,,.I, ^al.Jj'prry  will" bo holding im animal  ull,.Uj at tlw Four-O-HllHhl  KonnolH, Franooti Avonuo,  Halfmoon Bay ovoryrWodnoii-  ENGLISH LID.  . .REAL ESTATTE AND INSURANCE  .NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B'.C, 886.2481  clM,v��fromi.l.p.m.#to-'l,p,m. com-,, ���  '     ,JVttK��Wl' vl"nd.  Ploa'HO  monoinH  11115-04(11)  I'ori'triJpolni,-  i n: i -: u j  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY   :' '" "LTD;" ,   '  "SERVING TI IU 5UJSSHINE;,COAST"      ,     '  GIBSONS RURAL���10 lovor-'pcroa"With"3'113clrm.*-"WQ|I;*���'  rarbldorhomorComp^^^  F;Pr^25;000,00��Tcrmsr*--^----^^^  KING SIZE VIEW LOT���Lgngdalo���.Cloarod.   100'  R,F, by*150' cloQprtho YlQW,ls.forltsuro,Only4$6500,  F.P,  ���Pi'n-n ������ iii ������������������� ii ii ii' a i ��������� ia.ii ii 'an i ������ ii ii ^  ^LangclalQ-Lol's-^LoolHhesQ*oYQ'<f*thoy*'pre��selllng��4;asi'r**^   13850.^5000^ .:__________2__,.'...   , Fourplox or commorcial lot In (the contar of tho Vlllqga,  .,,Sower,availablo, $8800,,   .,,,,',,     ,.',,,.    ,  W.ii a mil i..alWaMmi-1-aawl.a* lalmiila ������.1liiiaii|,>������.M-ww *  Rural���Modern 2 bedroom, Jargo utility ancl  roc,  room, W/W carpets. Largo -lot,  F.P,  $22,900 with  $ 8000, clown. _ ��� ,     ;��� 1_ ,_. _. _ ��� ,,  ^iri yi ������, ���"  ������   ���  " Roborts ,CrooK ��� lots���soml-watorfrant, baach accosa,*  '70^120('lightly tried.  I )i ��m.��� mm*** iifMiwai an ii ������ affa.au an *m�� fUjwwtj  Village Ijomo���2 bedroom, flroplaco, somo vlow (ram  Ihlu attract Ivb homopncJMlot iitioot,' '   ^V^-t-F-fW'^ta.-W-*'  .GRANTHAMS-  -nl Bdrm,���PLUS 2 Vlow Lots  !f��ll,900',00-~OFFr:RS,    7','i  -Only  Thi'oo Uoclruum���Ruiql Jioiuo on ?7A Mtias. o|  pro|jorty, Woll mqlntcilnod ln;imo, !|i2l,b00,  VKIW  . , .pjiJIj.l.Lorilo, Glicmh  ���,���J. iw l.'i>,'.1,���MacGi'ai|t'i7 Pualllc, Kqulty L'lcJ,v,.,',>.,,..',i ,,1,7,    iiM*jimMiftj>i*yi^fc ��w       "  "���'"  l��w��wi��w��<wtt��'iW  Wffimtn mat*  ,.1^^9'^/^m^^.  JOHN BREEN LTD.  Pender HarbdUr  Tel:  883-2794  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6V_ acres with 500' of  beach; 750' on high���Ideal for Marina, Hotel/Motel,,  or what have you���Or, ideal for condominimum for 4  or 5 families���F.P. $49,900.  7EW^A*'l':tRFI^W'~^ ���Good   lo  cation���Water and power available���Only 100 paces  from-beach-^F.P. $7000 with V_ down.  OCEAN FRONT���Approx.   400'   with  older   house���  Good location���Magnificent view���Excellent value at  $34,000.  PENDER  HARBOUR MARINA���Good business proposition with winter income���Owner requires change  ���Just $60,000 F.P. with $20,000 down.  VIEW LOT���Splendid view of the Harbour���Water  and power to lot line���F.P. $6500.  WEEKEND HIDEAWAY���Excellent lake lot ��� Very  nice trees with little undergrowth���Water from lake  ���F.P. $5600.  BROOKS COVE���HALFMOON  BAY  One year old,  3  BR winterized   Panabode home���full  bathroom,-  sundeck. Stove, frig, furniture, dislms, bedding, t:l(-. oil included.  Approx. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  Deluxe 4 BR home in a beautiful setting���has 165 ft. lake frontage,  5.3  acres,  road  access  from   Hwy.   101,   float,   hydro.   $60,000.  7 WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT  Over 7  acres,  approx.  560' waterfront.  A good "portion  is Jevel  and   would, be   an   excellent   location   for  a   mobile   home   park.  Paved   Maple   Road   runs  through   property.   Full   price   $50,000  with $25,000 down.  MADEIRA PARK  Built 1965, this 2 BR home has basement with space for extra  bedrooms or  rec  room,  electric   heat,   landscaped   lot  with   fruit  trees. A few hundred ft. to school, stores and marina.  $32,000.  I  NEED LISTINGS  Call John Breen at 883-2794 (24 hours)  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONT  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this  1,700 sq. ft. 3 BR home was  built   in   1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   carpets,   granite  fireplace, circular staircase, sundeck,  paved driveway, etc.,  etc.  Priced at $39,000. -  GIBSONS  2   choice   commercial   lots���right   across   Hwy.    101    from   Twin  Creek Building Supplies. $10,000 each.  VIEW LOTS-^-GARDEN BAY       . ..  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  EWART McMYNlM  REALTY AND  Multiple Listings Service  INSURANCE  Box 238, Gibsons  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE���.60 Acres of very attractive, level Ipnd, well treed. Has 200 ft. frontage  on paved road. Hydro, phone and community water  all available. Potential view property, only a short  distance from beach. Zoned residential. F.P. $14,000  OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK���Four and one half secluded acres.  Two streams through property, can be reached by  trail only. Good view on meadow land. Log building,  could be completed. F.P. $10,600.  GIBSONS RURAL���One level acre of country living  with a good garden. Nearly new Post and Beam home  newly decorated. Electric heat, cement patio. Water  is drawn from a clear spring well. Priced for immediate sale at only $15,000.  ROBERTS pREEK���A7**4 acre level.vlot, on a quiet  secluded street. Close to sandy beach, Community  water connection in. Potential view. F.P. $6,00Q. Easy  terms!' ""' *"' ""' , "" '""" ""'"' *"'""  SOAMES POINT���3 B.R. panoramic view1 home on  Marine Drive, Ne,wly decorated interior, Very close.to  *"��� an excellent��beach*and4iandy*to-Langdale-ferry.��A/O-  heat, A/E hot water, 220 wiring.  IMMEDIATE oc*  , cupancy. A pleasant family home -ln-a.most desirable-  area, F.P, $15,500, OFFERS.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3/a aero park-like Jot closo to  beach, school, P.O., stord' otc, yot very secluded. F,P.  ''  $7,000, 7 .;   , ���,;��� ,    ���   , ,.,  WATERFRONT LOTS  75 ft.    $16,500 90 ft.    $18,500  135 ft.  $19,000 88 ft. ^  $18,500  -,  : 250 ftJeaseJot��� $12,000 ���. ,  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT  400'   waterfront���attractively   landscaped,   has   60'xl2'   deluxe  mobile home, unfinished  1,400 sq. ft. building, float and marine  ways. $45,000.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-furnished,   water   and   hydro.    119'   waterfront  and   float*.  $21,000.  9.o6 ACRES  At Hotel Lake, near Irvine's Landing, $12,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoinfng ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres, nicely treed land with approx.  350' Choice Waterfront; Asking $40,000.00.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  GIBSONS���Revenue  Homo,  Very attractive 3  bed,  homo on Sargent Rd. with rented suite In basement,  " P.P. $33;500, Offers.        '  "GIBSONS SEMIrRURAL���New 2. bad, home on MilI-  crost Avo, Vory quiet safe aroa for chlldron. Can bo  finished to purchasers taste or purchaser can comploto  at his leisure,1 Look lit over and make your offer.       '  GIBSONS'HEALTHFOOD STORE���$6,000 Includes  all flxturosj clolIvory-truck and bakery outlet,  ~PENDERTIARBOR~WaWfra^  _.qprQS-Wlth.flPproK.,6Q^  Highway, Doop-wator moorago behind Harness Island.   F.'Pf$78;9Qo: ������" "*" r       '/"' ' ~ "','  WATERFRONT SECLUSION  150 ft. choice waterfront on Francis Peninsula, over half acre,  with,pne roomxablp.418,000.  NEAR~ NEW 2 BR HOME  On-approx.  %  acre level lot near Madeira Park.  Has electric  heating, flroplaco, storage and carport,,. Full prlco $21,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots .available.  -Onq-bod, homo on an extra-largo  Road allowance on back of prop,  WILSON CREEK-  flat Iot'80'x300'.  J.$73}*,00QXJ_  JPAVIS I3AY-7-2 vory attractive lots prlcad to sail,  REVENUE PROPERTY���IRVINE'S,LANDING  .2 l^pmov for.-126,000, with good .terms, Largo lot,.wllh, ,v,loW .of  Loo's Bay, closo to marina and Gov't wharf. .'���  EARL COVE  A lew lots Mill availablo on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  ',..;,    $4,000,   ".���.:,���:.'..., -> ������2\u,2,,2 MADEIRA PARK ���   " - ���' ��� '' '���:-' ::;-  Choice vlow lots on 72 lot subdivision, Prices from $5,000 to  $9,000. Some cloarod ready for building,'  ACREAGE WITH "WATERFRONT���$45,000  '   '  Approx; 550 ft. waterfront with;nearly iQ acros of real nice land, '  fruit troos, arqsu and natural traos, Older houso���could bo mqdo  -i     livable, And could possibly be divided Into A parcels,'    7 7  .   t ���  ���        ' ,        ."    ,     ' ���   '   '  ' ' . .    , ���  '  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT '  GardonUay-���oyer ono acre, Doop.sholtorpd'moorage, Full price  . $26,000, with $13,000 down.  Rural aci'cwijo Irani :|i8!.i00 (13 acroi.),  Now 2 bedroom homo, vory attractive W/W cnipoir,;  flroplaco,  carpot,   Loaso  land  at, $120  por  yoor,  it 17 P.OC) , ,      .  -^���U   |. 4 4 a %af \0 W if*w4-aiH*!i^*mtvvw*ix^-*it*t*��mriwvit^ m ;wto<c^.^8^ivwN'^^"B"=���**. i,rtia.*ruer~-i>wirif.'dwifi*t^t***,'r**!i��. k  Royonuo DuplQK on quiet viow lot, Ono unit 'two bod-  room other unit, 3 bedroom, $33,250 Torms,$12,00Q  ���down.'/ " ���- 7,.'.���,, ���. ,,..,..���A  ���,,...,'���,.,.,,������  .  APARTMENT FOR RENT���3 bedroom complotaty  rqcloc^rqtptl, Wr to'W, cqi'lJal. Flruplacq, Colilor  vliilon availablo; Glow to schoal'-nntl tiliopplno, $ 175'  par' nidn;"'l,ncluclliiQ hoat;Trldga and ranporPhana  .886-2240, ,      ���  LARGI; 2 'BED,���|Jujly furnlbhod tiummor cotlaao  on tho wcilor In Glbsona I3ay area, Availablo Aiifj''  Ja}, $50 por woak or,$ 175 par mo, Phono 886-22-48,  N EAR-MAPEI'RA*PARK-  3 DR bplll lovol on Hwy, 101���nearly   . acros,  ISO' waterfront,  ���" Good family homawltlr good 0ardonlno'aroa.Prlco(r'a| $32,000,  WATERFRONT,COTTAGE' ' *' '  90 ft, waterfront Oh Francis.Peninsula, vlow of Malaspina Strain.,  with I barlroom yoar rountl cottaoo, Asking price $28,000 with  $Q,000 clown,  *-'t*-*l!"*IV-4    -* \ 1  I -Vlt *^J*rf~^^l��C^* K��  *feilfti!*,��f  LISTINGS���WANTIID  ,��W ^*W*|H�� **W*1*t |��tWH f  , tl',|<(-A;,.Cr(osby  886-2098,. J., p.. Whlto  98&293!i  7i^iM^1 "' ; r^'Vl��.^i;,U8l>.2pOO^    .��-/,,,,,v;K;*.,,  .. ���,Mifiiiiftiwtiiiy>fiiiiiyf#HWfWfi;i|<M"'w  /ytam&erTYqncouvar Raal *-EsTatQ"0oard'  Phono 88'6-2248l,,i   '   , Notary Public  ''������"-��'';:   'v ������' L|STING^;WANTI;D '  "'���Vlnco Provyor, 8^6-9359 - .Wally ,Pp|oruoh, 886^877,  "    .  yRun McSavunoy, U86-9656,   "',)",'.''���     ,  \^k  ?Ati_:  Uox ��� 238,' OlbnoiiJi;' ��;C;r  I  3 BR FURNISHfiD IjOME^IRVINE'S LANDING  On largo vlow lot oyorlboklng-.too-DayriC'loM to marina and Gov't  wharf, $23,000,   i.57...acR60yPt^^ '  D.l,, 367*0, with a-,con��|clorablo-omounl o| morohoniahlo timber,  hrm apnro��, p\)$ ft, ol wnlnrllpnt on Mlxal l.ako, lonrl fi, crook  thioucjli |J!O|J0ily,and,aii old, Iiqiji��<kwhich, coukl  jo rebtii t, hill  pi lew $130,000 WIIM2MO0 dciwii.  Va, AqRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD     ���  Marlolio  Poik���^Gontly blowing,, likely troed' lot,-,.<|i6fB00- cash.  Uii^^^MiyfiiVliaViwtiBig^ jian^i,;ifft>ll,tii)i,i^l,a^,;,i,''���u.,.  ^MQny^othe^vlow.ond.wolerfrontJoUJn.tll^.Ponder-Hprl^Mr'a^  ^^ La Ln 1    ,   a!3 aLm /*% BJ^ hj  Madolra Park, ,|3,C,  V" "���",. Phono,,1,?nd,or;l'lc|rbour"BB3:2233'1  ^f'^^wW^l^W    riVmmfai_v_J_��__ ^ t"r' '  ' '   'i| ' i ''iTi in'i' V .'7i .j"/. rfi ^rHt-ni-m-Viij.'nr'-f  mta4Mmim_toilvfam*m*m>&m  *m*mmHw4#.  *hmmmm*im*9��fmm  i nn '  ,>,,..���.!  M \  w  HELP WANTED (cont)  WORK, WANTED  BUSINESS ^OPPORTUNITY      BOATS & ENGINES (cont,)    LIVESTOCK (Cdhfinaed) POR SALE (Confrinued)  The Peninsula Times,, Wednesday, Aug. 2, 1972 Page A-5  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  '    Loggers  seeking  employ me n-t  Transportation ilails from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435, 'Attention \V.  Bradshaw.       ' 34  SAWYER    to    operate    small  portable    sawmill    in    Gib-  *.von7.   Average   volume   about  ...i00 LJf i.1  uHV  "Ft  ���one SS6-7o2ti.  443-36  "RYPEJWR ITERS,   adding   machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfh  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  -  limbing  for  view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109       -  9032-tfn  FURNACE -��� installations    and   burner���servicer���Free���ooti-  5MALI. , business   for   sa\e   in  Sechelt are.a. Write Box.. 148,--  p-o   The   Tinies.   Box   310,   S.e-  <���ht.lt . \4iU2S  ��4-A= :  JtARN MONEY  IN  SPARE TIME  Men or Women to re-stock  and collect money from New  Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area.  No selling. To qualify, must  have car, references, "$TOO0 00  to $3000.00 cash. Seven to  twelve hours weekly can net  excellent income. More full  time  ~_l_ ...estahiiSR .yQ.1vr_7r.aulP  .\  11 -EOQTr orange   hydro-plane,  black      upholstery,    - nearly  new,   $125 ���or  offer.   BBfi-75fitf.  A,... ^,_v ' 4HB-3R  50  IIP   Flertri.-  start   Mercury  outboard.     (7...tU*.>ls,     tanks,  $350.   88G-7753. 439-38  5'->  HP Johnson outboard motor with gas tank. $125. vPh'.  886-7883 434-36  l.'l-'G      quarter     horse    Ynare.  Well   named, fieg.   Yeariirrg���  bliv.     'halter     brol:e.      Phyne  .: .-���(������ -'Mip.K. -��. "   ���>*���- 1 ?,.'.' ?,'A  PETS  ���7'V  21 FT. CABX.N CRUISER,  Volvo power, extras, head,  deplh sounder, all in good  condition, offers. Phone * 885-  9023 , 128-36  I'l'PS   for   sale,   medium   size,  ti   weeks    old.    Phone    885-  9373^     . 150-36  WANTED TO  BUY  (.MOD  SECOND hand  freezer  wanted.    Phone 865 7.d?3  129-26  marine" accessories  Pdin'i - FV-.regldss��� Rope���  __0'anv as���Boat" rjardware    ���  Conipressed   air   service  NYGftEN SALES"  \ (1971) LTD.  Phone -886-9303,  Gibsons.   B.C.  KITCHEN      CABINET     com-  lete    with   double   stainless  steel   sink   and   ^niceties;   lazy  ������n':an.     doors,     casings     and  windows'.   Phone   833-2596  121-36  FOR SALE (Continued)  \  mates.  Ph.  886-7111.  36-tfh  MATURE salesman required  immediately. Capable o f  servicing Electrolux "equipment. We will train if necessary. Good opportunity for  responsibility man. Car essential. Ph. 879-6871, Ask for Mr.  Henderson. 160-36  LOST  WEST Sechelt area, small seal  point,    male   Siamese,    answers  to  Charlie.  Reward.  Ph.  .885-9654. 107-36  Help Wanted, female  FOUND  HAIR    stylist    or    apprentice.  Continental    Coiffures,    Sechelt. Ph.  885-2339. ! 152-36  ATTRACTIVE  black  &  white  .kitten     found     in    Sechelt.  May  have it   bv   phoning. 885-  9975. " 139-36  For personal  interview  write:  including  phone   hUTnber.  B.V.   Distributors  Limited  Dept. "A"  1117   Tecumseh   Road,   East,  WINDSOR 20,  Ontario, -  37-34  MOBILE HOMES  MONDAY    Homes���1    owner.  CAft!, &  TRUCKS-"  1971   SATEI.TTE   Sebring,   12,-  (K'..0   miles,   excellent   shape.  Phone   885-2-1 [J-1. '    45 BO  ..���JJXD���get-o-f���b-aj-b-ali-s wanted.���liill.   SI7UFT, 125,���cc    road_  QATIADTAN reprints now in  '' paperback���"Woodsmen of  the Wed" first pnVj4isherI~in"  iHOfl, exiting, story wrirfeii  by M. A. Grainger, worth every penny of $1.50. Notes from  the Century Before $1.25.  Roughing It In The Bush by  Susanna., Moodie. I Married  the Klondike by Laura Ber-  ton. Watch for new Canadiana  soon to be released. Our selection is pleasing visitors and  might please you. News Bopks  &: Stationery in the Tiiftes  E ock,   Sechelt.   8S5-S6-54.  "136-36  Phone   8B5-9816.  137-36  FOR  SALE  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  LIKE A  PARK:   Here's a perfect  spot   for  retirement  ... A  lot  "���-������-ricM'on-e^fer^oon.;'Tt,s^6':b00 ask with $1,000 down.  WATERFRONT:    100'   frontage.   Lot   is   level   with   tall   trees   &  Southern  exposure  on   Bargain   Harbour. ���>A   honey   at   $13,000.  WATERFRONT:   (JUST  LISTED).   Extra   large  lot  with   protected  moorage   and   sunny   exposure.   Old   home   with   large   rooms   is  included. This just won't last at $25,000 . . . TERMS!  WATERFRONT RESORT���MARINA SITE:  270'  protected moorage on over 4 acres ot Madeira Park. Has been selectively cleared  for camp sites & buildings. $50,000 (JUST LISTED).  Call  Jock  Hermon at Pender Harbour  (883-2745) 24 hours  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  PHONE  Office 885-2235  m'm     From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  DAVIS BAY No! 2543  Water  view   lot   facing   west,   extending   from   Highway   101   to  Grppr  RonH nt  rear   Tlip vipw cannot   be spoiled.   66x187,   level  -'-"  ��    *- ��� M'JMI.1 "-��� ��   ������'II   . 1    I  Mi T   l\-   TT ^ Vf t  II   I v '  -*�����*���" "-"��� **- *���- ���   ���    ��� 4 ��� -     ���__  ground. Water and Hydro, easy access from rear. Close to finest-  beach on the Coast. Financing possible on full price of $5,950.  CALL:  BOB KENT 885-9461  or PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY No. 2631  Large view lot 70x149 located just steps to fine beach and boat  launching. Cleared with selective maDles etc." left, full price only  $5500.00. CALL: BOB KENT 885-9461 or ���885-2235.  HIGH VIEW���WATERFRONT LOTS DAVIS BAY No. 2567  Facing west. Owner stated he will "rough in" road over both lots  to building area approximately halfway down the lots/thence  path to beach. To be sold together as one sale. Full price $28,000.  CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463 or DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT No. 2581  Completely, beautifully renovated 3 bedroom waterfront home  with 60 ft. beach facing south to Trail Islands. The kitchen will  delight the housewife, built for efficiency and beauty. Fridge and  freezer combination ancl electric range with sale. Full price  $29,500.00. Terms. CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  SECHELT VILLAGE No, 2423  Deluxe home situated to view the waters of Sechelt Inlet. Large  master bedroom with ensulte coloured vanity plumbing. Two other  bedrooms feature paneled walls and wall to wall as well as foyer  ancl living room, Extensive first class Crostwood cabinetry all ovor  full cement basement F.P. $38,000,00. CALL BOH KENT TO  VITW 885-9461  or 885-2235, ...  ,,WEST SECHELT���NICKERSON ROAD _,,... ',          Largo oho bedroom cottage, with also large kilchen-llvin'g area,  plumbing In, water not provided, wells In area. All basic furnish-  Inqs wllh sale, 150' frontage on 2 acres, nicely wooded, land  ���'slopes'to'soLith and east;' Full* price $11,500,00* with $5,730.00  down, balance at 8 Ws%, $100,89 per month, CALL: PETER,USMITH  885-9463 evos.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ' No, 2633  ���-Want qiilerrand'seclusion���here.lt.ls-on,a.��100'*foot*frontaoQ,.lot.  on Iho wplor, properly woll trood, lhe cottage not visible from tho  road, Cottage completed oulsldo, unfinished Inside, Law Invo&t-  rhont summor iiso, or complete (or permanency.*"Asking all cash,  toial prlco of $14,500.00, cortm ancl hoo, CALL: DON HADDEN1  685-9504 ovor,  10'x50\ 2 bedroom, Kit  Sierra trailer, 8 years o!d.  Moved to your ' location vand  blocking supplied. Financing  available, $4500. To see, phone  886-2618. 99 38  SUNDANCE  TRAILER COURT  Available now, one only space  for   trailer.   Permanent   tenant  preferred. Phone 885-2842.  '"6  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection, of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  Box  374  Gibsons,' B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  12    FT.    HOURSTON    BOAT  with 10 h.p. motor and trailer,   in   top   shape.   Phone   886-  2995   after  (i  p.m. 119-30  -��    FT.    ROWBOAT,    no    oars  1971    SUPER    Beetle,    loaded  with  options.   Offers.   Phone  883-9954 (Pender Harbour) after 6 p.m. i v 18-37  1961   VOLKSWAGEN  window  van.   8400   miles   on  original  niutur.  Pliuinj  885-2897.  IV   IT'S   suits���it's    Morgans.  8.J5-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  FREEZER  meats���if   you   are  interested  in  bulk  purchase  of freezer  meats from a local  supplier write advertiser. Box  bike, LTf;iiii hi.., with helmet,  :U4uii   firm.   Phone   :r.S!v2631.  140-36  TO, SETTLE   Estate   ���   Sa.e  of  furniture .appliances and  tools.   Phone  886-9865.    127-36  1    GANGWAY   in   good   condition   $200.   Phone  883-2396  125-36  102-tfn  1966   -CHEV    station    wagon,  $890.   Phone   885-2464,    885-  9905. 81-37  64   CI IE VIE   11   station   wagon  .$450  Phone 886-9865    126-36  94.   c-o   Times,   Box   310,   Sechelt,  B.C. l 94-37  PIONEER'    chain     saw,     20"  blade,   $75.   Phone.  886-7,03.  440-38     2861  ONE! Hoover tyke .waSh-ai;,* almost     hew,    Saftyo r-'p^e^  $100.   Also   full  set   .plumbing,  fixtures,   offers?    Phone   885-  218,3. 141-37  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.  Phone 885-2304 -. if no reply  phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn  TWO  PONIES   (half arabian)  one     registered     t^yo     and  three-year-old.     Phone   -88tr  F��^ SALE (��ontWd)7  .BEAJT-Y- washer,* span -dryer.  Looks   and^mns   like   new.  $100 or best  offer. Phone 8Bf*���  ���0339. 58-36 \  22'   Art-Craft,   Oldsmobile   powered      _A   $4700  15' Chris Craft Cathedral with  50 hp elec. outboard $1395  5  cu.  ft.  Refrigerator,  demonstrator, 110 volt  ..... $99.  4 hp Evinrude,   as new $190.  40 hp Mercury outboard with  controls   -...-. 7\$315  Pander liarbour  '���-Phone 88"3-2266  36  427'-36  9m*miumiu>tiiMjmn*4iii^^  B.C.   IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  *     *���'     JF  DON'T MESS   IT UP   mftim0*mmmmimmm0m9m0994Mamm999m94mmmm  CAR top camper, can he used  on    truck.     Propane    stove,  lamp, r.ink. Sleeps 4. $550. 886-  775I1. *    . 437-38  1959 FARGO, scrips.700 dump  truck,   5  yd.   stool   box.   Can  be inspected at School" Board  Maintenance Shop, Gibsons,  Highest or anv lender not necessarily accepted. Address tenders marked "Dump Truck'7  to Secretary Treasurer, Box  220, Gibsons, B.C. Closing  date 12 o'clock noon, Mondav,  August   14,   1972. 143-36  1969    PEUGEOT    cojiv     with  HT roof, .radio, 2 snow tires.  ski  rack   and  chains.   Ph. *BR5-  9314. 146-38  1964 BEAUMONT 6 cyl. 2 dr.  sedan,   auto.,   custom,   radio,  luggage  rack,   superior  condi-  tioii.  Phone  885-9762.       147-37  1960 DODGE sodan. also   1957  CMC   truck.   885-2853.  151-3R  GARDEN BAY ESTATES,  Pender Harbour  OFFER  SPECTACULAR  VIEW  LOTS  AT  GARDEN  BAY, RIGHT IN THE HEART OF PENDER HARBOUR.  These lots are fully serviced with   water, hydro, telephone and paved  roads.  The development is located adjacent to a general  store, marina, post office, hotel and other facilities.  An ideal location for your recreational or retirement  home.  I. REALTY Ll  65,50 ,E. Hastings St., Burnaby 2, B.C.  $3(1.   Phono   880-1)876  after 6  p.m. 122-36  FOR SALE 14ft. plywood boat  18   h.p.   Johnson   outboard.  Real   nice Phone  883-2575.  1.34-36  15' CUSTOM built travel trailer. ' Good condition, sleeps  4, propane stove, ice box, floor  furnace, curge brakes, spare  wheel jacks, mirrors, -floures-  eeiit light. Phone 886-2196.  435-36  19 65    PONTIAC    Parisienne  convertible.   New   top.   good  runniiH*   order.   $900.   Ph.   885-  ism. ���"^ ; isy-aR  '58 INTERNATIONAL pick up  with canopy, $250. Phone 885-,  9869. 158-36  LIVESTOCK  HALF Arab Pinto mare with  papers, Ex. for trail rides;  good in games, beautiful. Also  ���% Arab yearling filly, papers,  beautiful and friendly. Phone  886-2717. 9-tfn*  I  ON  SAKINAW LAKE  Two parcels on N.W end of Sakinaw Lake.. 12 acres;   $20,000 per.'parcel, Phone 112-254-1060.  Write: Advertiser, c/o Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  LOTS ARE RICED FROM $7,1  AS LITTLE AS 10 PER CENT  DIRECTIONS:  Only 50 miles from Langdale, take the Garden Bay  turn off and follow the road down to Lloyds Store.  Site sales office open every day.  OR FOR. INFORMATION WRITE:  1597   SARGENT RD.���GIBSONS      ������ ���  Immac. kept 2 Bdrm (could, easily be 3 BdrrnJ home with newly  finished' Rec.  Rm. in-psmt. Loc. on fully lnc|scpd fantqstic  180  degree view Jot^^ or trade.  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Very  well   maintained   2   Bdrm.   home   with   lovely  garden   qnd  numerous fruit trees on approx.   1  acre of privacy.  WATERFRONT CABINS  2 Bdrrp .O/f cottqge on 80' of level sandy beach only $22,500 or  3 Rm*   -4  yr.  old cabin oh TOO'  W.F.  oh Sechelt   Irilet-^Askirig  -$14,000. CASH really talks on this-one!   HANDYMAN SPECIAL  Use it as a summer retreat or Speculate! This older.home is loc.  across from- a waterfront park on 50'xllO' view lot���ONLY  $8800 F.P.  :.N BAY ESTATES,  BOX 33, GARDEN BAY, B.C.  ' Phone 8832724  AN EXCELLENT BUY  Is this well kept 2 Bdrm. Bsmt. stucco on 98'xl48' view lot. Price  includes furnishings, appliances, stove, fridge, W & D and 2 deep  freezers are less than 4 yrs. old. Only $21,500 F.P. Try your  Dn. Pymt.  REDROOFF'S ROAD  2 Bdrm. semi Post & Beam cottage only 5 yrs. old and loc. on  approx. Wa Act. Extra lot could be subdivided off. ONLY $15,900  F.P. with terms avail.  LG. SEMI-W.F. VIEW LOT���This 113'xl85' treed lot on the  Lower Rd. at Roberts Creek MUST'BE SOLD! Buy it and subdivide.  Make your offers to $6750 F.P.  ���  G KNOWLES     ^  291-2881  (or leqve messages locally at 886-2052)  SECHELT  No. 2586  bUILI'lULI * '"���"��� ���"*,"���*  Across (mm Civic PgrK wllh v-\ow of monnlqlnj. Control location  oiv'Dolphln Si root,"Aroa-of oil nfiw homo'i on wofor, hyjlroi PW' '  crtblo TV, Full prim only $5500.00,"CALLi. BOB, 865-2235 or  over, 885- 9*161,  VIIIAGR 1OCATION*   '        ' "   N��< .2,5.513  ."oniill'ul f'bbrlroom'homri wllh "nnn -horirnom Inlaw suite,1 ioll  cnntalnod, .Coloured pluniblnnlho'iQhoul,, "loclrlc liooil|i(i ond  riroplacp In, Llvlna room, Lovoly kllchm^wjifc "P?'010 i'jl1^0^  Tormn qrranoocl on lull prf�� SiW.tJWT CALL: BOB KENT  885-9461 of bfflco 805-2235,"-    ! '         "Iy7'"-      '","���'  SEGHELT INVESTMENT" ,������'     ,    No, 2546  ,1.Oldor3���bocli*OQm.homo eliowlno npod rpUlftl,,Ronton yo9,|;..rpwnf ���������  Clone   lo  nhopa  and  iichoql,   Esllmolocl  value   of   lot  only,   In  $6,000,00, Vendor iflconnldorlno on Incronao In lls|qc| prpo o   ,  $ 10.90OJ50' qctoow, try $5,900 down balanco will bo carilod al  "$50,f0 mom  or offIco 885.2235,  WEST SRCHFLT ^��' ^ '  '9 borlroomfl~~yon '9 'boilfoomn on oVor an aero of vlow proporly,'  NlCfllylanclRcopod1 with -slato -potlo In -bock,. Main flooMeaturoni 3  Iwdroomn, fourplbco balh, flroplaco, hardwood loom, N! bath n  bosomont' tonothor wllh 6 bwlroomn Individually .oqulppocl wllh  hnnd baslnt), Auto gan hoi walor hoallnq Ihrouahoul. Con-  vonlonlly Idwlbtl jo awlrnmlna,V fKhlnq ond boot lawncliinn, Ro-  "qulros $8(000*WWrpd^monf*on-fnlhprlcov��^  ���nppointmmii.pnly. CALLi 13013 KENT Q8B-2235 or ovoh 885.9461,  GOWER POINT WATERFRONT No, 2596  4 Iwlioom colonial niyln quality built homo, Tar,tqfully doslanod  for comlorl and cohynnlonco. You miifll vlow thin homo to appro-  clout Iho coro.and nllnnllonlhnl hos boon;plvon tOni��"iqn ��rlo .*  and oxiorlor to make ihlu a homo pnd. no| Jusl q hohro, S||iiat0f|,  on q"rm|o| siiwl wllh tiniwcollofl vlnw of 500, lalands and moun-  lalnfi, Woll Innclscniiod aroHhclB,' rinblly malritn nod, _Garago; with *  work aroa.  %A8,000 lull prlco   I��� '^  ��� 7 '   .'.. ASK.FOR FREE CATALOGUE,OF RlIAL ESTATE    ��� ,  .   REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ^S*^Effr7M"ES*lTD��iS^    Vancouver Direct Lino MU5-5544  Sod |4S dt'our Off Ico across from tho Secholt Bus Depot  Pncoast  VIEW RAVINE LOT  Yonr round stream,  Approx, ono aero,  Serviced,  WnM  Sechelt.  ���JlO.SpOlornv., Call (Jtacis Anderson 885-2241 or,oves, BB5:?.053.  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTS   *  Laroo loin wllh beautiful vlow of iho ocean and Island'., Ready lo  build on,.Fiom only $5,20O.00,,!Ca|I.Lon or Su/onno Vm."E-ymond,  1 *   ��� ���       ��� 8813-2241 or'885-9683,       ���..���������.  F'W'TwWJWJiw^.^wyi^AJwsw^WI'  AGENCIES LTP,  "popi 155, Secholt  :' ' " ��� Phono 805r2?35  Or Cqll Toll Trca from tho Grbator Vancouver Aroa  ,     , Zenith 20,1?,,      .   , i     ,     ,  (l-.&O.E.)  DAVIS BAY VIEW���RETIREMENT INVESTMENT  3 .,Boclroom��� unfihlshod homo on . qxlra laroo lot, Heatllalor���.,,.(Ire-,  place. Insulated*, wired, comont foundation, Ideal for handyman,  Eull Prlco 1(114,750,00, Call Jack Anderson 885-2241  or ovo��,  885-2053,       '   4C  -   VIEW-PLUS! DAVIS BAY  ��3H3edroomH'.lly*fwrnlshBd��famlly*ho  ntorob Bysitom', Color T,V,,' deep froozo, ale, otc, W/w carpot,  the works, Nico ,prlVatporoundfl,, centrally.localod,,]., block lo.  boach, Priced lo sell, Py appointment only, Call John I, Black,  " -" ���;        885-22-41 or 886-7316.   ' ������  4,...,...,.,.���,,  MACLEODS  AUTHORIZED  DEALER  TRAIL BAY HARDWARE LTD.  Trail  Bay Centre;- Sechelt  htiiij��)**.ifil^((?����is*j!^i-.ifSS��i.^(sl,i4,h��it>r.'tfi*^.>^?AK$wt-r#,*ml..$,ii?ite,.. ffitViliwiMf^ftHai���* .f jt'��ui.tftS'*_\.  Phone 885-9828  I i<^^l'ifF��,t4i^,l��,*tWtnlti4tl��'����4<-'<fc'!>  t .  9f*4tm  2 DAYS ONLY  THURSPAY and FRIDAY,  August 3 and 4  Buy One Advertised Item ot Regular Price-Buy Another of the Sqme Item for only Ic.  wmmmm**<ww***Himmmmm  mm9mmnmmmmmmm  ORAL ANTISEPTIC & TOOTHPASTE  BOATS, BOATS, ETC,  A fantantle opportunity to oo Into your own Inislnnsn���tackle,  boats, tales & remain, Woll established-���owner wlbhnn out, other  ���Jnloreis|s.���Good .Inventory,,Locajed,,In,Sechell Vlllano, Torm'n.nrn  excollont, Ono of Its kind on this coast, Call John 17 Block,  885-2241 or 886-7316,  HALFMOON BAY���   APPROX,  1/8 ACRES PRIVATE. WATERPRQNT  Largo Bomi-bunnalow,' 2. bedrooms-op main floor, Room for *"  'moro upatalra, Aulo, oil hot walor hoot, flroplaco, family kltchon,  ���������o)��tm'iloo'rMqMnda7l&',Mtlllty-,rmiy'''iorflo-,garaQa/--lan��:lBCQpo<'-gnrdon  lot oyer 100' watprfront, wharvou and floaU, A unlquo properly,  ���n,n.^."2,500^torm5..'��.CQlUJQCk���Ahdornon_885;22A.l.��or��.OYQ^  ,   , ��� 885-2053,  SECHpLT INUET���APPROX; 170' WATERFRONT  1,6 acres |oyo|  Irepd proporly,  nmall, at roam.   Ideal  ronort ��lto  ���.ready for development,  F,P.   $22,500.  Easy  terms,  Call  collect  !U^Tr7^roiwivr^^    Wnn^'W^^yffliWiui'.i.'at^irtsW't;*'* <ijt*tfwwnMI|PiW^WW<*^'> WW* ^m  EXECUTIVE RETIREMENT���  WATERFRONT, W��� SECHELT \. .  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GIUETTR 11 o��, FOAMYSHAVE  CREAM���rog, 1,13 ���,   EPGE SHAVE GEL-- A �����.-  rog, 77c .,.,���7.,,'..��'."...'�����.���.,i��>  MENNEN SKIN BR^CIR-^  t^n. + tf* 9��tn,*i\_.*#.  (���������� ai*��(��, ap **H" WW ��ll��H��|it *������������� >���������������    '  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmm  2 'or 26-  mmmmmmttimmm ,  wii����f*t   fi ,\'in *  MfcN 5 pRtVCi>     Regular 1,35  2'��'136  SAVING  YOU MORE  'j,.t...j  m^mtmt'im  MlMlUMHM i*lfrllltlHW9��*M*9  m***&f<#w*wmmmmm  ij.  mtmim^m��^1^mti^m0,0tttttmmmmimt  ��^MMtw.tm��t,*um.t^M  -J,U  I' I.I /���   ,\  \  Sidewalk   Store  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  'Vi/ednesday, August 2, 1972  MORE"'"A'BO"U"T  .  . . -  --      -  ������ ^Board chairman \  \       ���from page A-l  not  (hal  way  at   the special   meeting,   it  was all hearsay*!'. Mayor Peterson  agreed  and   suggested   that   when   such   written  complaints   are   made,   a   copy   must  be\  provided  to \the  director \involved.  SUPREME   COURT  Violation of the building\code has  been singled out for stern measures despite the fact construction wqs obviousty  permitted lo reach completion over a  period of a year or so.  Little information was made available at the open meeting of the Board  but Director Tyner brought out the fact  that the building is at Madeira Park.' He  said thai: normally when a violation has  been committed, it is customary to proceed with action through provincial or  at most���county court. "In this case we  have a recommendation that it be dragged into Supreme Court. This could cost  Dental Topics  FACTS  FAVOUR  FLUORIDATION  RESIDENTS, in many communities have  ��� ��� been asked- to vote on the issue" of  adding fluorides./to the water supply.  Comments are often heard from people  who are, or should be, in the know. Most  ut the time factual information is made,  available. Occasionally, however, false informations may sway a community against  adding fluorides to its water supply. The  loser in this case is the community/  Since 1874 fluorides hav* been recommended because they give "hardness  and lasting quality to the enamel of. the  teeth and so protect against decay".  In 1937 the U.S. Public Health Service began large-scale studies which have  shown that when the water supply contains fiuoride there is much less tooth  decay. Countless subsequent' studies confirmed thex truth of these findings time  and again. In 1945 Canada's Brantford  and some American cities pioneered by  v supplementing the Fluoride content V  their water supply. Today in Canada  more than seven million people in 400  communities  drink  fluoridate  watPr   in  ymmmi%*%M\mmmAymm*mmnmmm*wmmmmauRm���*^  AMUMWWIMWIHP  Rely On Us  fdrExpertf  WATCH  Stones  &  Fine Gilts  A  Specialty  With  Us  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100%  Waterproof  Watches by RjQLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  Sechelt summer booksale organized ing events. With the increased num-  by the L.A. to Guides and 1"SrowirreS""*" b&r "of visitors this year, the side-  is one ot the most popular fund-iais-    walk stoie did a tremendous business    this year was the bake-sale   - uj_ ^ ��� tT ���   ��� "   --���-���*        *-9-*rm i_��_ii^ij.t* LU3t  and had plenty of interesting books    the Board up to $1,500 xand the accused  available for sale. Added attraction   Party.a. similar amounL Further to that,  he might  also  get  a   heavy  fine  of  perhaps up to $2,500 should he lose the case.  "In light of this I would protest such  action,"  he  said.  Chairman Almond commented that  the Inspector had suggested an injunction  be taken out. Director Bert Slade said  it was difficult to decide on action until  all details are known to the Board. He  said he understands the person involved  says he was not informed of the violations.  Director .West suggested the matter  be turned over to the newly formed buili-  ding commit-ee for investigation and recommendations. It was therefore agreed  to  turn  over to  the  committee.  Building committee comprises: Chairman, Almond and directors Thorold,* Wolverton,  Peterson.  the U.S.  the figure is  83 million people  in   5,000  communities. v  The cost of adding fluorides to a  community's drinking water is-negligible  ���about eight to twelve cents per person  per year depending on the compound  used.  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt,  B.C. 885-2421  For   Quick   Results   Use   Times   Adbriefs  The four main breeds of cows in  British Columbia are the Holstein-Fre-  sian, the Ayrshire, the Jersey and the  Guernsey. -.- '-.  .Man to gift adviser: "You don't know  my wife. It's not the thought that counts  ���it's the gift behind  it."  \ LOUD JIM'S L0DGC I  1  Contentment  Activity at Sechelt's sidewalk book- sorbed in his purchase. Mrs. Paula  stall holds Natan Gibsons' attention Gibbons was co-ordinator for the  while  brother Robbie  is deeply ab-    event Which raised just over $200.  Around The Harbour  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Al'TKJl   ii   two   wci-k   holiday   from   lhe  P'i|).t. it's gonil lo hp back. I hope you  .missed   the   column,   nnd   tlicit   you   aro  luivinj.1, a wonderful .summer.  Saturday, August 5^ at il p.m., �� Tea  will lio hold al Iho Legion Hall with the  Hun. Isabel Dawson preffCnt and Herb  Wood as -guesl speaker. A film will be  shown. All residents are welcome lo  attend. ' '        '  CAPITAL CHARGE  '"'���"���'S'rti'jI-lV"PeiulerTliirboilr'" 'WiiTo works  Uislriol, .1 unc 'ill, 11)72 passed a by-law In  fix Capital Charge on parcels ul' land  within the District .'The new by-law rends:  Whereas il Is considered thut due lo  llio luliiro and ���ct/ni-imiinu development  of. land williln I.I iu District llirounh .sub.  dividing, il will he nooesNiiry jiM�� J^ului'O  "iiiiio"* r i'iT~" i rir-"*" ni srn ri"**" (Tr^Tv i rri"/jo'*^rT'Hn7i ��","*"  renew plpeluum or olnwo  loo [in  to etmuro  .ali., ml.Hiiiiilu   vvaloi!   mipply   within, lho*  Diiilricl; and  Wlu'ivii'i It Is ciiiisldi'i'i'il Unit tho con Is  ol' lho suid ."ilfiiucd main*., ronowiils and  luii|>|ii'i,\ olo, shall lio lioino by imrsoiis  niilMl'tvidlnu lam| wllhin Hut Un.irlcl; ,  Tlio Ti'iihU.oh ol" tlui Sn'ilh Pjdulor Uw-  hour Wiilol'Woi'kH Dlnli'ii'l 'ENACT AS  FULLUWS:  '!>   In  iiddltitni  tn  ||h<  provisions  ul'  , \ \\vw\\mw��Kimm2^m$:w-w:MZ  1 nl llio Dliililel, uiioli ufiil 'ovory sub.  . (Ilvklor 'mIhiII piiy u enpltnl clmi'fio of  Two Uiiik'i-chI Dullan, ($21)0,00), pur lul.  in ..hln,. prupunud miIkIIvIhIoii. prior |.o,>||,  1'*' " by' llio' Ti'iiHtociH of  Iho  ImlriM  ii|ipi'uv(i(l  WIhIi-M.  j ^Hl .ViSIJ t'.uiij^ til iimmip.%���,vijIUiwVo*,!, undur   min M.y-Iiiw i.hall ho ilopotutod in n Npui'1,,1  bunk   iiwmini,  Mopuiuto   I'mm   nil   ()tiu,i*  ^pooiul hunk iiooiiuiiIh plus nil IdUipohI oi"  3!!:i.'l1,,!l'"'...i.|i'!,i,!:!��,l.l.,nliHll,.|.Hi.nUiHl)Mi'H(|(l only   fill' lho purpuMct. i,ul mil iihu\i< upon ol>-  ���mli.li.H ..prior iipprovnl or-Uic"Comptroller"  ol' ^Y'��� ��� */V-*<*��*M��-l-11��,^\v.*'J ,...,���  til) 'IIiIh My-luw muy ho oiUnl an thu  "Cupllnl novolupimml Clmi'Ho U.vluw,"     '  FLOAJCn COATS  ��� llUuwloi'.wml-vviimKrn-liir-llu'-piif-l-'fiHir'"  wcokn nro; mIn, ltuimi Anlhwii.v ul' Worth  JJumiiby will) hor niilmi.n <-uu-h ol' 27'��  piiiiiulH lu Loon Muy; Mrn. Inubul (Hunvlllu  oi Hlchniiiiul who noiiod u ill) pomulor ul  nunlH Piiliu, Mt��,���.C"U,u. '"milip, ,ul. UUili.  liuiml wllh a lll|iH pnuiidnr mid Mm. A, CI,  '"l."'n "I   Minimi,  Alhoilii* whu  IiiikIhI   _  -by Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  21 pounder in the mouth of the harbour.  Tho competition I'or floater coals started July 1st and will continue until the  Labour Day weekend. Waller Johnson,  owner of the rod and white live bait  barge in front of the Indian Islands is  ��� ofl'eri-nu a floater u week to the fisherman, landing the biggest salmon catch of  the week using herring bait.bought from  his bait barge. Each contest starts each  Saturday   a.m.   and   closes   Friday   night.  Although ,thah\,has been the occasional���..���  rumour fishing" has been slack,' the  big  ones are out there, In the past two weeks,  Jack. Calbndth ��� of .Surrey .caught ,.��.���,. 23.,,  pounder;  Boyd  Ford  of California,  a 25  pounder;   Kon   Salmoto,   Surrey,   u   23Vis  pounder;   Richard   Smith,   Vancouver,  22  pounder; Clary Thompson of Pender* Hor-  Jmui:,^'".Li).<wiH.lo.i;;���Julut-Gor!lon,���u���34*uiKl^  ',!() pounder;  (larry  Derlugu, 20  pounder;  Uus' llunmin, part owner nf'tlio Gurdun  Hay I Intel, a 2'l '/a puuiulcr,"    '    '  *  Many  nf  Ihusu  fish   were  caught  in  lionl ol  lhe Indian Islands.  YOUNG VISITORS  '���'lllouii youngsters, ages ,.10 .��..!'". i'roni ,  lindorprivllodgccl homes In Uurnuby will  ho onjoyTng a weekend, in Pondor Harbour  August '1, The children ulh Uvo In u low  roiiUil   luninliig   project   und   uro   being  7]wTglTr"lo'il)'ij. Uui'ljour by-'Mr7li'i,6d Vun  Dolfl of Richmond who touches them ul  Sunday ".School. Mr. Vun Doll't urrnnged  lhe weolunul through Mrs, Nun Uu'hou of  Pondor llurlKuir,  {������,  Many locul pooplo who honed of tho  youngiiti.i'K coming  visit huvo geuolotisly ���  ., (lonaUid, pluM,, oukut. uik7 inonotury glftH,*  Clnlnoi'H has dnnnlod ton poundH of woln-  oi'si Mothiii* Hubbued, ovor 100 buns; Mil-  -��duli'a.>Piu'k-..nluru,��.U���puunclw*.baoon*iuKU,4-  do/un oggH nnd Poncloe Hneboue Htoeo, u  ,. mm of..Hol't cleUiltH, Funds,'of ipl 11" huvo,  boon   riH.ulvoil   lo   help   puy   expoiiHOn,  Hpacon for four loniHlulvohOQii offorod  by t'lnnlv Gough of C��dnr Grove Cnmp-1  silo, ���  Piogi'iiiuini. for tho group includes a  wniiu.i' roi.nl  tholr night of urrivnl, Fri-,  day, August 4. Saturday they leave at 10  a.m. for a hike to the Skookumchuk Rapids and a picnic. At 3 p.m. they will  return for a swim and supper, then in the  evening there will be a singsong and  games. Sujiday there will be and early  swim, 9'.:U) a.m. Sunday School services  for all children at the campsite' and at  11 a.m tho youngsters will bo taken on '  a harbor tour in five boats by live local  'adults:'Corporal Alan de St. ltemy, Fred  Crosby, John Haddock, Barbara Slachos-  ki, ancl Doug Turner. Alter returning, the  group will have lunch then be on their  way home.  SLASH FIRE  Six  acres  of slash,  about  (i  miles  up  Jervis   Inlet,   burst   into   flames   Wednesday,  July   2(i   about   .WO   p.m.   Cause   of  the fire is unknown.  .  One   bulldozer   from . O,   B,   Logging*  .,,,1.Compnny.,,,und...,a.,l'ieo.,.U,uek....lVonv.4the1i.loB":--  "'ging'cnm'p plus I'lro pumps from tho Forestry  wore used  lo extinguish tho blaze,   Fourteen men from .the camp,,,who.,, hud-  just put. in a 10 hour shift, were called  out to fight the fire on tho steep sidohlll  which burned I'or 2 days. Four men from  the forestry also pitched In to help, Tho  ���J^.o^W.u,v>..UJ)i.ui.iiod^wlthinJLihourH..an(l-.  completely under control willun 12 in |<|  hours, Friday a.m. all lull fipol fires wore  ���out und Saturday lho uroiv was still 'h'n."  dor sui'voillancu, Tho camp cookhouse iu-  mained open  for  Ihu duration to mipply  sandwiches and coffee,  ���  ;  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space fo/- Quests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available  *R''Rr("T  HALFMOON  BAY, BX,  Phone 885-9998  THE'  UNSOCRED  .,.^KR,.PLANEY  Your Provincial  Liberal, Cnmlidn.a ,  wwrwwn in. 11 miim9m9*i9mmmwTmr.wi*mi*99immwm9m*if9ym**m*9mmmi m ��rwiA*pi.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE PAD 7  .���J!1'3Jrco romlndor of coming ovonts Is a sorvlco of SECHELT AGENCIES  n   ii)   ��on(5 Poninsu,a T|m������ direct for froo ll^tlnps, spoclfylna "Pate  ad , I'Iqosq notp that bnoca Is limited and somo qdvanco dates (may  havo to wait tholr turn; aUo that this Is a "romlndor" listings only and  " cannot always carry fMil dotalls.,  M*niwuwuJ__m��m**t)i_^^  Aim   ��-B pm  Sucheh h-umn hlull, I3Iihid.  Aug, 3'- 8pm  Poinlui I l,iil���,ur donimMniiy I'loll, lllngo,  AiiguM -1*~*fl inn, Satliuh iM.'iionHpll,'|3|ngo,  Aug, li���fl p,m, Wolrtinm'liPtK.h Hall, Aioa 13 Koiopayoih A1.1.11, Annual  Mooting niul film;liun ul  olficors,,  Aug,-Of���7i30-p,m, Lenten M-lall, Madeira Park,  Introductory locliiro '  *^��*K fJWWM�� 1M3HWW1  r��K��(0iiMn>*(��W��tffli.*-)3, f*(f!#l��iJW^fW��-aiWi*rJW��(tW(��Mtrt I  "lu'riiifniiir 1  TrtaniCGiidenluI Meditation   -  c.3 'aught,. by    '  ��� ���.  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Or call  Toll   Froo  from  tho  Greater, Vancouver Area*  ���ZErilth..202V  MMMM-  .,..1  77  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  885-9416  We  Reserve The  Right to Limit  Quantities  PRICES   EFFECTIVE:  Thursday,  Friday,  Saturday, August  3,  4  and  5  A-OIME  >'  MEAT  CK STEAKS  Canada.pood, Canada Choice  Ib.  I��  ced Cookei  Macaroni and Cheese,  pickld and  Pimento,  Chicken Loaf, 6 oz. pkg.  i **^j.|t,&*��|(SWiiSN^.w,d��" S  PRODUCE  WATERMELON wh*isr  LOCAL CELERY  BUNCH CARROTS  GREEN GRAPES seedless  nAKuflRlrifc 1 ib, p^Jit    f,.^  It, ,,  . ,'i.U l|   H  .WME-KERNELCORN.Habob/  ��� _2,<��Q%e  PINK SALMON 7  Gold Soal,  Nabo^  24 oz.  C00KIEKr!"^st  ,  Mhm'i i '   --(,  10 oz.  ��)��0  V||||aLlLI ,I"|MVIHIiw|iP���. 16 oz. ���f.*!. ,  TpMA*ro-$AucE~^r;r  TOMATO PASTE 1^,.  DLErAvrl    JaYox;128oz.  r^iw^d      IWF   Vft|    |irlii   ,i   i,(,n^    ���Mill ->lt(*��   4 ftt  BAGGIES '****-*  ��^mt*4t����mi9f.-4,nr.f*4.pmfH��fvmn\ir.p'  t,   IB.fll.,.1-1   tt|l   fK<f  .1.1 9,1. i' Hi-'Uf.^ n^.m��.r>f  , 1  ,��^;v-ig-;;;jiV-;;)l,-;i*,\;.��jl^ti^Wii-.  4   89c  ,      .   1  >^*fQr~$m^_r��*����.  49c  *zJm  72.��or'4J>'C  ' 2 ���- 49c  \  far TO*" '  *^k^^^   m9/K^p  \ ���  f��r 39  40'��  ;������.:  '<"��� 1.00  89c  3<lm_''  )_mt_  >J7  ...., ....^  I ^,*!,hw*,&-*,.���i-^,^  '     ���    '     '     J    -     I  .      <        ,.���  1    -,. ' ,.    -( \ *        i    ' ; '   , \  Jjecture on meditation Madeira Park Aug. 9  the United States have started practicing  X.M. in 'the  last six years. It takes four  ���Mfi    4 1972  ^  l -IU  >p '.\ Z����  naustr'iQG  STUDENTS International Meditation So-  7 cicty will be offering an introductory  .lecture, on transcendental meditation in  the Legion Hall,, Madeira Park on Wednesday, AugusfSth, at 7:30 p.m.  Literature on this technique which is  attracting the attention of medical science  \as. woll as laymen, claims that through its  practice, the body "reaches, a state of deep  ��� rest while -the mind remains alert and  reaches a state of pure' awareness.  Studies would indicate that transcendental meditation offers a natural way  to combat the pressures of modern living.  It afsp offers an alternative to t?hose who  - seek escape through the use of hallucinatory drugs.  The Students' International Meditation  Society  estimates  that  90,000  persons  in  .ZOJ.J-.  or five training lessons to learn the Ma-  harishi's technf^tTt and regular practitioners spend 15 tp 20 minutes in meditation twice a day. Neophytes are told to  cut oar drags tor'- fifte^rr~days before  training begins. Studies hkve shown a  remarkable decrease iii The use 6F drugsr  cigarettes and alcohol by those practising  transcendental meditation.  V  \. .    '  ������  ._,e :������/���:. co  THE  UIMSOCRED ,  MIKE BLANEY  Your   Provincial   Liberal   Candidate  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2698  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English  Bone China  * Pauline Johnson and Welch's Candies  *   Hand Made Arts and Crafts  *   Cards and Gift Wrap  ****a'*'aMfiMMf��fvafiMmwtfi#a��iMnfififaMtMaMa��aMfafifaMMfifiMM  I  UL &  eainnina  Art Show  Tourists jin Sechelt last Saturday, was an out-door art display in the  the outdoor book-sale and just across spacious garden where local artist  found plenty to interest them with Mrs. Chas Murray is setting up an  the road at Jacques Antiques there    attractive display...  The P  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, August 2, 1972  Pages 1-8  Mayor attacked . . .  ftccusations  ;dance was placed on th  lowing letter by all but one member,  Frank West, of the Regional Board at its  last regular meeting and consequently no  action was taken regarding the accusations made, other that a letter seeking  latest information on the Bypass.  Letter from the Planning Commission  of Mr. Wests Area E,- to the Board states;  The Area E planning advisory commission has held an emergency meeting  to consider appropriate action, after we  received a report that Mayor W. Peterson, has. stopped the Highways Department with the'help of our MLA, Mrs". I.  Dawson, from proceeding with the approved relocation of Highway 101 on  location "C". We also learned that Mr.  Peterson is expecting word from Mrs.  Dawson any day now instructing the  Highways Department to revert to the  original location "A" which was emphatically rejected by the residents of the  Village of Gibsons and surrounding area.  "We have written to Mrs, Dawson as  per attached copy* in the hope that she  will..take���.the .'.wishes, of,,her constituents  into consideration. We also ask the Regional District to obtain some additional  vexplanation ;from�� one .of7their .own* dir-v;  ectoi's why duly passed resolutions can be  upset that easily by some off hand negol-  "iations, behind���the,.backs., of everyone ,,...  . "Past experience has shown that occasionally statements by the mayor should  be taken with some reservation, However,  this issue is much too grave to he taken  ���.lightlyriOur... people, hore,,tako*un, extremely,dim vlaw and strongly protest that our  directors  can  play  fast and  loose  with  ��d���the   high  had agreed on route "C".  2. If mayor Peterson re-opened the  whole location question behind the back  of the Region, did he do so on his own  initiative or was he authorized by a  resolution of council? ,  3. If the mayor was authorized by  council, when was the resolution passed?  Was it passed in open meeting and was  a record kept? If so, what does the re-  Cord show? .  4. If council passed a resolution, did  council have the authority to pass such a  resolution on a matter  which is putside  . their jurisdiction as- the 'location C is  entirely outside the boundaries of the  village?  5. Did all persons, who went with the  mayor on his trips to Victoria, hold elect-  "^ed or appointed office with" .the municipality,, were they under formal contract  as consultants? If any person riot so qualified went with the mayor, did this person  take part or was present in the discus-  siqns with any minister or official about  " highway location or cut-offs? If so, what  was this person's interest or involvement?  .,,;���,,."Unfortunately,,,we are convinced .that  the mayor never intended to deal with  tho cut-off locations, so it would be com  guard against pollution.  v "If the protection of watershed had  really been in the minds of mayor and  council they certainly should have mentioned the matter in council after they received the .letter from the highways department. They should have protested  loudly arid requested the Region to discuss the matter further. "There Trias- been  no communication from council and-not  a word has appeared in their minutes.  "In the past Mr. Peterson has used the  excuse of expediency to favor route 'A'.  His latest actions show that this is not  his real motive as route 'C was accepted  by the department of highways and they  were prepared to proceed with surveys  and engineering * studies -until Mr.Peterson interfered.  "In conclusion  we protest once  more  most   vigorously   about   the   secrecy   and  the peculiar methods the mayor is in the  habit of using when our welfare is con  cerned. We had  as   everyone  ar-tmctU���ma.  iness,   which   in   the  ment's own words,  was  and could never meet the true needs of  the residents, inside or outside the village.  We  all still wonder which requirements  it, was supposed to meet!  "It appears now that we have to go  through the same exercise again and once.,  more smoke out the secret dealings and  to make sure that we are not taken for  a ride once more! Any passive acceptance  of such  dealings  can  only  increase  dis  of our   j   ot of Ljold   S^ale ...  I  i  i  i  sis  FRIDAY, AUGUST 4 ONLY TIL 9:00 P.M.  5j 100% polyester material. Assorted  ��  colors,  Reg. 5.98 yd.       A    MM  ^;  Special  yd. )*44  ���*$!  100% Texmade cotton. Washable.  ��! Reg. 1.69 yd  |j- Spec iol ������_..;_._:..__ JJ.yds'.  ils*  sS Crimpelene. Machine washable.  |i Re9-  5.98 yd. 3>    MM  |   Special  _: yd. ^��6��6��  |! Men's 100% Nylon Socks.  Reg. 1.00. ~ |     MQ  Special   .-::*.���������= ��g-.prv-J^lfly-  Revolving Tool Caddy.  Compare at 2.98.  Special  ---���  Lady Patricia Hair Spray.  Imperial  Size ....' i ___  for  Pheasant Dresses.  Regular 8.00.  Special   -....  2 V*- 2��44   Size6"0: ��� 2 for" 1*44-  Long sleeve- sailor tops.  Regular 10.00.  Special    Men's After Shave by Landers.  Copies of Brand Names. J  You won't *8k ^    MM  believe it. .__.__,. �� for &e&j|&��  South Maid  Crochet,Cotton., . ��� ._  2 balls for   ^   One only 10-speed bike.  ^   Gold.  fej Spec i a  ft;  id the greatest difficulties, fej u        Damoged Blankets^  remembers,   to   get   infor-     jgj  K,    ,  tho original "tw-oasn" bus-     Esi ^�� lay-Q'  7444  aal-^by^ass^'-bus---��� g*  INU iay-a-ways.   highways'   depart-      S| Special   each  s  never a by-pass      SJ  SOUVENIRS���  Si Aluminum trays:  normally sell  IS' at 1.50. m_ _     .  I  is  ��j Spec i a  2 fo^ 1.44  Grey Camp Blankets. Heavy.  Regular price 5.98. A    MM  Special ..... :..-...... 4��44  Children's Sandals.  -Now selling at  1.8&- ^    MM  Friday          JL��44  Ladies' and Misses' Runners.  Sizes 5-10. Reg. 1.89.  Friday only   Hot Pant Dresses.  Regular 9.00.  Special   _    Matching Shorts.  JRegular 4,5a __,__,  Special     ���_.  Striped Terry T-Shirts.  Regular at 2.79.  Special ���.   3.44  4*44  2,24  i  !  i  i  144 1  f-Shirts.  ~5.00 value.  Special    JLt44  T-Shirts.  4.00 and 4.50 value.  Special , .   A00��P>W  for protection against persons who act  without regard to the common benefit of  the community,  "The actions of mayor Peterson and  his group in this whole affair have led to  much speculation and rumor as to the  motives-qf these people., We call upon Mr.  Peterson for his stand on this matter as  we have never had more than passive  emotional excuses for ftis silpport of  .route..'A',.,, , ,   "On behalf of the ratepayers we represent and whose welfare and aspitations  is our; sole concern we ask the Board? to,  make every effort in putting u stop to-''aW  these secret deals and apparent 'conflict  ^i for fun.  Jl'.Only   ��a for JLe44  i  , plcloly, .uselpssto, request, information, of of interest7situations,,  their exact location, which after all still  is in the regional district,  "Of courso wo know all about the rod  herring  of  protection  pf   the  watershed*  ,,,W'l!c!iJsJhm^  petition to route 'C, However, wc know  that there Is no wnlon-shod, but only some  lawfully' passed" resolutions or llio 'voters ��� -wells involved, 'The ��� village has stripped  land next to this waloi'Hhed and removed  largo quantities df grovel apparently  without, any 111 effect to lho watershed, A  road built farther away Is very unlikely  lo.huyq.any greater Impact on thane wcIIh  and mori'surcs could easily bo taken' to  and their representatives t,o bestow soma  rewards secretly to their favorites,  ','Tho   mayor's   visits   to   Victoria   in  colnpany of some of the pooplo, who arc  reported as having gone with him. leave,  some* doubt. ,about (the,, 'propriety,... and,,  should bo clarified,  Wo think we are entitled to Homo  open and full.unsw.or'a,.i,or the,benefit of  .,,11 people vitally'concerned:  1( ,In .tholr cIlHOUsHlorm did mayor PuL-  urson and IiIh parly restrict 'ihomHQlviw  to lho cut-offH only or- did Uioy ro to  V&torln with the intont lo fidcrptly, ro-'  open tha total'' 'location'. all'iQiigh  thoy,  wdro all fully1 aware thai the mutter woh'  Blako G. Aldorson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Dulldlno Socholt  Phono 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  .  10 a.m. to 5:]5 p.m.  We would like to have this matter  clurifiod and ��� settled in order that the  Dept, of Highways may proceed with the  Gibsons by-pass at-the earliest possible  ,!,convonionce.*.After��..ull,.��lt��ls..our,��und*.oul,-  chlldrcn's welfare which ls of paramount  importance hi theseMmallors nnd not thut  of our politicians"nnd"thelr' friends!�� ��� ������  Valley ; Tow Rite  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER BRAKES  MIRRORS  ,,   '    ,7,availablo    "    ," ,  Sechelt Home Service  Sun-shlno Coast Highway  ,   7 885-2812  si Towels  I  Floral bra and bikini sets. One size  fits all. Now selling 1.00 a set.  Regular 1.99.       1 ~f    MM  Special   ��������� ��, for &9441  Ladies' Briefs. One size. Pink,-yellow,, blue ar^d white.  Reg. 77c pair.  Special  ____  for  Ladies'   t>enim  Skirts.   Sizes   8-16.  Reg. 5.98. 9   MM  Friday   Special    '-'*$$*%&_}',  Girls' G.W.G. Hot Pants.  Sizes'8^14, Reg. 6.98.  Friday ?.   Q-Tips. ,  .��Va!ue^?2.|.f,^vr^.|r,^J  Special       Jfpkgs. ^@6^i^  -Ladybird items on special. 8-14.  ��. ,, _ _,.     _ Pheasant tops.  j"!! Unwrapped Phentex  w   Yarn. ^    MM     Reg' 5,0��'  3 bqlls for   "... ��8A&|' ' Special;"  Hot Pants (ono only).  ^   ^1^1 -Regular 5,50f  || Esmond     Blankets    72x84.     60f7  ^| polyester,  40%   rayon.  Gold,  blue,  || green, ��d. ^^'^J^  for the beginner or just  Jlll<s44  STATIONERY ITEMS���  |{  Photo albums, color markers, phone  |{., index, magnifying glass.  I"  Many  Sj more  2 f-r lo44  ^5 Sleeping Bags.  |S Adult Size.  I ,Eacb...  Everyday  4e44  8  ,.w-*.1-*��� -t-tp.  for*-.  8.44  1.44  W# ������ .��� ft**!'- ��*!��i*t*��liVilMl-��!����  i Wrapped Phentex Yarn.  ^"���3^5*027 "���*���*,"��� ���'-���"������  2 balls for  Specla  2.44  2.44  Girls' 8-14 Jackets.  Reg,  10.98.  Special -...���.._....   G^G, Hot *ants.  ���Reg; 6.95.  Special _���__.    Stretch Nylon Striped Tops.  Regular 4.88.  Special   Skirts,. cotton knit, stripes,.  Regular 2.99.       \  Special  7..���  Howick Denim Shorts.  Regular 4.99.  ������ Spec i a[';'^ir;.:y^i.^i^z:^.  Tank Tops, terry cloth,  Regular2.99.        '*  Special   I  1  4.441  Magnasonic    multi    band   battery |i  -olectrictradio. Leatherxarrying case*|l5  and handle. ' ^ ^  .Regular 27.88.,,       ^A;'AA;R  special.., ZPeWIIJ  ' ��  ow  �����im4^m��%\wmi��mikm^mm  mw#^mm*&!m��m  I  O-OLIP*  HIGHWAY 101  uj <^ane i^eAiauram  (Ft  ..   ���      '      ...,  RIGHT ON rtUBY UKE ���  10 MIN. DRIVE FRO^ EARL'S COYE FERRY  '":'    ������      now:6pkM���'���.   ���    "   ������  AH^YeapRoui|d*T^rr^W��th^Banquet  ^t ^V^kH       ^Ih,-*',     ��.,.*.(��-.     M,    l|(1.   Wli    ,1,1,   irv       >t .    r^l. I ���   -���      iMHif 'lt��   '(^fr*'tf**(     (.      i>f   *       T  "I     t      llrlt      ,  W (^^ ^^ W " * W f. ^0 A*       H ^W n ^*| W ^a** l"|    \W ^Ht ^^^k^^^ M0 H ^^ p. H w  4frf?aiftfv4lhtmsm**!tm  LJrt^ ^aiK^hecidUies  ^DEEP^FRIED^GHiCKEN  '���, FRESH IQCAL SEA JFOOP  * TRY..OURlHP/y|EMADRPAKfNQ  ,r,������..  ^Jlilrij.plir^tiii.liWTOWW  4-WJSUw,  n n *^ "fc>* H ^ %&  ���v. wmtyn'^mtmw  9 o.m. to 11 p.m, Sunday-Thursdny  ., 9 a.m. til..1 n.m. Fridiiy nnd Saturday  Phone : 8839628  aaMmpMaiaana  aatawMMDa.  e  QW  *������W��f^iSi*^^4#WB||qlBfM��(>(��1t�� I  '.',.'        7  DRAWS  \  ���"T^^f^H^tWMWWWflt WW *>**,  jBHHB^BIW^^  I  ._m*_��4*.__%__^m~*~Mt-.  it'    '   7 '   ,   '   \     '     '  PD1 *W EC>r v  KBZCD  I I  YOU Rig 11 @ E C3 0 [2 liJ-D^LE��  "T  arieta  1 TRAI^BJ\Y^E(^fRE0 SEcrilElf PHOWE 886-233B  �� ,   - "-1 #���*'�����'  l��hHp-*,. W-" *-���*  4   ' l^mmmmmm����99mm0^fK^m^H^  �����J��1!����. ���AHUM 11��< ���* I ��nt a << m*).  mwbmm*ii  wpatttiiW^^  m,l��*>w!&i'*M^^  "Jf  #N��tW^W>%tl^^  T  4^mm*m4mm^mmbmim*>.i  s\r     ' \7  2,    ��� ���  W^WrtW-^WWOW#ftffW<W��^  t'  -. ��� ����m  a "Hi* ix   ,'"'  ���,i.i,   ,.  i,*     i.i...,*  t .     /, '     .,,,-��,    'f,'  ,, j  , u ' ��� I  ,        iit,       44   {*.14,H 1*144,^44*.   ��.,*%   ^f,1 + ,jSto^f��^Y^,4^44^*?i,4-f���^1-^^t*^'^, Vs  \   \.  'V  V  x  \  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy and  Air Force  Unit 357  by Adam McBride \  Famous Soldiers and Bailies Series Story  \  Page  1*^2 The ^Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 2, 1972  THi  UNSbCRED'  MIKE  BLANEY  Your   Provincial   Liberal   Candidate  T"  Mggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg*  �� 'FLOATS1 I  | DOCKS  No.   1 .  As he crouched behind what cover he  could find, the only light he had left to  see hy was shinning directly into his'  eyes. Starkly outlined on the skyline were  at least two hundred mounted Sioux; the  finest light cavalry in the world. How  many limes had he found himself alone  or with dead and dying companions; star-  *^*ix��*S��W*    �� **   ,*f.     r>&��  ^v"  n*  *.*"  The Whaler's Village  Shown is the new entrance to the ' fellowship ground is Rob ���Ben-tall. Mr.  Keetes Island Baptist Camp. Har- and Mrs. Rob. McQueen look after  bour Master for the .popular summer    the camp on a year-round basis.  ;T^^>;fe7  rc* * ^***'-*^��s^rr - - * -*si*^Nte"* ? v>--4/ i\  ^e^  . ""p* "V   ���**       ,       ***�����*   *'-x *���; t **' *  .��     i t  The Camp  Pool ' ' f  Although it's part of the saltchuck* of Gibsons and now of Burnaby, is  the camp pool is a popular place the waterfront director at the camp,  these days. Maureen Owen, formerly  Tho nautical tlWmo'is all"iiai'l ol'the  Baptist Camp at Keotos Island and  The Mariner's Inn Us no exception.  mm  The Mariner's Inn  They'call Laura Rental, (nhovo) The  Bar Hag, but it's easy to s.-c it is nil  in good' fun.  ing in awe at these warriors of the plains,  who. to show their utter contempt for  his single "handed defence, simply walked  their multi-colored horses up and down  the crest of the ridge before him; perfect targets and yet just a little too far  to be reached with a pistol shot. His ril'li-  lay between him and the closes of the  braves.' He was afoot and checking hi>  handgun, found three bullets in it. His  canteen was empty, he had lost his war-  bag, so it amounted to one thing; a  choice by the Sioux as to how they intended to finish  this pitiful, little drama.  , He knew he could' count on no help  whatsoever from the chance passing of  a cavalry patrol. As he lay and waited  for some sign or indication of what the  Sioux war party intended to do, he tried  to think back over all the Indian lore and  religious superstition that he had memorized over the years* he had spent in  this country. The Apache struck as silently as the tarantula. The Blackfeet always worked themselves into a rage of  bloody frenzy before they charged. The  Eastern tribes. Seneca, Iroquois and Seminole sent death oil feathered shafts from  behind cover.  Then he remembered! The Sioux, like  the C'heiokees, never attacked or fought  after sunset! To die after dark precluded  any chance of being seen by Anitamak,  the great Cod who watched over all  plains warriors as a united family. He  never left his campfir.e, which was the  sun, and when a warrior killed in battle  arose and stood before the (Jod of War  he must loudly proclaim his name and  deeds and be seen by Anitamak so the  Chief of all the heavens for warriors  could accept him. When the .War God put  out his campfire, the sun, what good was  there to be killed and wander endlessly  looking for the sun?*  Suddenly, from *the throng of milling  Sioux, there rode out a single magnifi-  cient warrior on a pure white pony!  Davie cocked the pistol in his hand and  watched warily as the Souix Chief, in all  ���his feathered ulory, walked his horse  calmly toward the lone besieged white  soldier. Thirty feet from Davie, he stopped, plunged his war lance into the  ground and with a mixture of gutteral  English and hand und sign language, let  Davie know thai the outcome of the.  drama would be decided between only  two warriors.  Himself and Davie!  Whirling   his   pony,   the   Souix   chief  galloped back to his war party, dismounted, and  taking a  wicked   looking  knife  from   his   belt,   started   trolling   toward  Davie!' The  sun  wns  nlmosl   behind   the'  ridge!   Desperately,   Davie   searched   for  sunie.plun; tuiy plah that would Keep the.  cttgci. Sioux Chief at bay unliTsundown.  Bui  he knew in his heart as tho Indian  jeadei7ne��red���,fhe,,uprighl lance that .was,.,  to  bo  tho  meeting' place,  lhat  he  must  mutch   this   unctmy'.s   courage   with   his  own, He know lhe skill and .sav.ugci'y of  his opponunU Ho also knew -It' ho could  ln.t,,w,y,��uquk!.i^  enlire war purly, by a rule followed since  llmo begun, would leiivo him unhurmocl,  mid' rnllwl" lliH'r'doli'd olilol'-silently molt*  i.wi.y!  Sliindini! up, so all could nee, lluvlo  throw his id.N-giui nulilo, und drawing  iIh skinning knife, slurlod .moving I'or-  wui'd luwiird' lho liuico nnd > whuiuvor  full) hud,d(.oroo|l for hliul Allliougl, his  hourl pounded und Ills lips und I brunt  wi'ro dry us dim!, Duvlo I If tod his knll'o  OiV..lvirih-*aKl..��lu��uio*|,.JComo.-.��odwH��*���ltJ^  Last Look  Take a good look, the old public library will still be around,"but-, not at  its old site across from the post office.   The   Sunshine- Coast  Kiwanis  rhih hqyfr pirrphasprl thp hnilding and  will move it sometime this week to  the property being developed for the  senior citizens home.  Impaired driver  gets 14 days jail  A   GIBSONS  man'was  sentenced  to   U  RAFTS        with  P Polystyrene  b    Floatation  Billets  i-w lan&onviite  j-^ia_\tic6   cJLtd.  86 Gavinchy St., 985-7101  NORTH. VANCOUVER  I  ?ggggggggggggggggggggggg**9gggggggggggggg__\  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  GUESTS at the Cedars Motel for a few  days were Mrs. Kate McBride from  Langley: and her sister Mrs.; Ethel Herbert from Vancouver, mother^ and aunt  of Adam McBride. They ��� are' delighted  with our town and hope to return often.  Commendations are due two. boys, identified to this- correspondent only as  -Tom and Dennis, who were seen recently  at (Armours) the municipal beach, working very hard rernoving driftwood���everything they could lift-���from the bathing area ancl throwing it up behind the  logs.  They also helped a gentleman who  was picking up papers and rubbish a-  ronnd the swings.  Mrs. lVarle Treth-jwey visited her son  and daughter-in-law, Don and Joanne  Trethewey. and family and Richmond,  where they are now permanently situated having recently moved from Nashwaa-  ksis, NB. Their daughter Lesley celebrated her third birthday and was happy to  have her paternal grandmother present  for th-j occasion.  Rev. Brian J. With, his wife Vera  and sons Alan and Toni. from Cranbrook  days in jail last week after he was  found   guilty  of  irhpaired  driving.  Stephen Clarence Littlejohn was convicted in provincial court and was charged as a repeat  offender.   *  His driving privileges were also-suspended  for a period of six months.  Ie'cream. first  achieved .popularity as  .a favorite of royalty in the 17th century.  TOTEM CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN  HALL  Jackpot$300  $75 TO GO  *  DOOR  PRIZE *  forget the fuss  .  leave the work to us  TAKE  OUT ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE IS FREE  nv^%0*f^^ui^^tttM*^nftmtmn09Mt0*fvn*v��0*t*&%tt0m-*^��t*0i^t��^  (Across fFbm''High''-S'clibol)~"'v'''-+'''''  Phone 886-7828 Gibsons  had a pleasant vacation here visiting  friends.  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Parkins were their son-in-law and daughter,  Mr. and Mrs. H. Schmidt, and Lisa from  Prince George.  Robert "Anderson from Durham, England, is visiting his father Thomas Anderson, Pine Road.  Ferries have  changed schedule  A CHANGE in the R.C, Ferries schedule,  which took place earlier last month,  has apparently been unnoticed by some  residents of the Sunshine Coast,, who still  do not realize additional sailings have  been made,  On the Horseshoe Ray to Langdale  run the new limes on both Friday and  Sunday nights cnll for vessels leaving  Horseshoe Bay al 10 p.m, and .12 imich  night, Previously the last ferry lel'l there  at   10:10 p.m.  ������'���"''"'���'''���Thcy,"'-''h'ew'^  Horseshoe    Buy    (Sunday    und    Friday  nights only) is lho  11 p.m. sailing.'  "'��� There" are" no   changes   on   the' Emi  Cove  to Saltery, Bay  sailings,  Three   additional   sailings   have   been  added   to   the   department pi'   highways  ^u'vlce^ hi'iwei,'!! Pnwll "Ivor an([ Comox,  Liberals schedule  meet Thursday nighl  tllF, Runshino Const U born I AhmucIiiIIuii  will hold ir "KQnon.l mpollivii nl Iho  Ponliimiln ,Dlnlng*^looni In,Socholt tomorrow nlglil (Tluii'iuloy, Augunt !') ul 7:;i()  p.m,  '���-Tl-io^meetiiigv,'Wl\lelV'>vlll'klp|-:tol'f.dhe  jmnnn r>nMinr"i"**ttr""**,"'t ���������*��� ������������������  DANCING  9:30 to  1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  CtP���L Dance to the  ive ^entertainment  SATURDAY.  AUGUST 5th  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway  101     ���    Cover Charge    ���    886-2472  -f-\-9_n_-f_fm%mg^%__f_f_f%W9-\jn__^  A hot lidr voi<^o broke" t lio 'sill 1 hi��HH of"' ccVmpa Irp f biv "t h<V" MriokonzioJ1^ id I'iV^' "pro-  tliO.-HiiiiHul with ti  luud, fumlllur hollow;  'YOU'LL   OBIT   IT   ALRIGHT?   DAVIE,  , MY BOY IF YOU DON'T TURN THAT  nnASTrab t,v, off and get out  , HERE FOR YOUR SUPPER 11"  .'  The ANAVETS HIiiho Wnn. n tremon-  " (l()Ufi'"��uc''60HH" ��iMl',^',1l]i()ii]iir'i;iVd1Y'"Lii'oli  mm Hod 'on only Iwoniy ono Vory l.nppy   ,'  winnow,  llio foul  nf uh imui luHo Holm.'G  ,  aWwkpoi. .HInun ovory  month   from   now  'oii!"Ti*Uo"lo'"my word, hitv'inH wci'ii it Mill'*'  fto, 1 .kap.t  thu ii'upoy, (ijiao.OO); uUIhiuhI,V.*.  ,  niyvyllV him, u|)|><-(l llio hoard jdJioniu.hy,,,,  10 llolliiw ii  wook, Oli  woll,' ,vou  cnn'l:  Win 'out till. Hoo you id tho noxt ANA-  VI'lTfl niiw). nnd would tlui powoiw uh��  liiff-rnlMlnii I'or   I'Ihro 'innrkors-plonKO "  col,l(?ci"ihPnn*"(ill*\vlH,!rlhpy"'tcnver��Pcni)Rn  UuuL no���tiliuoH.,nr.HOM1,on ..iluii, ulnlii, I  huvo hnnn tnklhn oxtromolypnlnful oioc  li'lcal ('oiiUii'IkIum HiiiHory to luwo who  I .ll.fHiHlit woro four wnrlH romovod fnuu  IkiIwooii niy tiiioh. .,,..     .  ��� Tnkiioiirn anfl Hnh'ri y$x V'^'H-  -v,lnclnl,,QloollonI.-, Is. opon lo ihu. public  nnd nil Ihtorontwl powonn nro lnvltod nnd  urged to nllQiul,   ..,  "Purilior lnformn'tIon mny'bo bbinihe'd  by plionlni, ati��-743a..  OF  DflSfBNCTI&N  '     TO   FIT   EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  ^r&E^**flA"i|'flt*l^^"l  KENDeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD,  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway **"at Wyngaert Ro;ad, Gibsons  Phono 886-7112 ���'      ;  ""^CARPETS���-"��� TILES    A LINOLEUMS  ���..���'.,.,,,*i.;,....,,       ,'1.,,4...,.;.,���������, riOURS:...*,,.;���,,,,,,.,,,.:,,...,..,..���,,,,, .,..'.���,...,  Clo^od Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.ni,  The nvoi'iifio ('luindliui In  1071 ^iiihu-  miHl���ii*"ioliih()f--l*41'--��p()iin'r|n^(il'~'(ill"(ltilt'y  produoo, InchulliiH U*ir> iiouudii of iluii  milk.        ��� 777 "    ...  ���" -     ���   ; ��� ���"���     ���irrrrrrrr'p'nipi'ir)rrrrirrn'inn~rrrfnrmrn ��� ~~���nrmn~iTimiTiinif mnirim ����>ii.j,.ji  Tho Sports Shoppo I ,  It'A.not a storo as tho name may sug- Camp, Dl��n*io CllnglngflmUh of Dwr-  lical, l)\tl ft Imildlnu |o .storo equip-, naby Htaml,s.outHldo lho..now., .slmcL-  incut, at ,tho . Konlos Island Baptist , uro.   >,,,,., , . .,., ..  ������.BlM>M��WW����l��^  'MISS'BEE'S-  CARTOIFT SHOP  Wharf Bond - Sechelt - 083-9066  P.O. BOX 313 ���  ��� -���.>.. i i  Hqllmark-Coutti cord* pin4 wrapping!,,  fine IRaiallfh china ��np�� and nnMcon,  PoHtlqua Itemif \osta{ ��mlHr palntlngi,  *t*tn*~*t^nnrmmm,l.���.lim*i*%l^tt4t_mH*trtrtn.t.miri.m*  ' I ��� I       I __1 I IIII    -.   .III.. ���������!�����   mi Ml.lllll���   Mil���   ������[... .miW    ���.������������MM    ��� I        I. .., |]  J.   I  ||     ������    .. , ' ���'          "***~*4'"-"44"44."44*-"-,.W,.^.��,.M^���^......^^^ ,   EJ____t"    ^"fjH*1^^ j^w"**li^^fc Bk. 4, Wt    B  . M��"��WWtMife��W!W����^WW<*l^^|sl[W"^^  yrW/mv. I ��|U������fl^*W*I.MWHf' M��#i(lte��w*  OfSI EVERY CATALOGUE  ITEM THAT BEGINS WITH THE NUMBER  11_38 ��� 41v���44 ond 46 IN 4 GREAT CATALOGUES  "���SPRING^Np~SUMM  SUMMER SALE - MORE FOR LESS  JL.  'ytt^t.tlnt^tiitf'im  AJ.  THESE~I3IG~SAVINGS APPLY-TO -  WP"t��S'nNEA'R'm*z^L*AVtES^HOW-  ���:';.���..   ������ While Present Stock Lasts ,,  SALE ENDS AUGUST 19t|V  Phone 886-7515 EATON'S BUY LINE  riSm____^fmuffaF/m  "Pt��*t|||,-i  mm*.mfmm  I  mmm*mi*��*wamm  ,4���m. 7 .&*..  \  Wednesday, August 2, 1972\        The Peninsula Times Page B-3  l'''-''-''-''-''1'''''''-''���''"40&m_W&  V:-.  rVW.  Xfcl^���^^������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^VTV���v,v,^v,^^���,^^^,v,^.^^.^^.^.^^.v^.^^^.^,���,^,���,^^���>x^^^:���x���^:���^^^^^:^���:^:^:^:^:^^:^:^:^:^:^:^:^:^:^^  *>#"  A Few Years Ago ... v  This picture, courtesy Mrs. Telford of    changed since then ���not even the  Gibsons, was taken in 1933 and from    styles,  all appearances,  not too much has  ��iiMUM����MiaMMiiMii����aaMa��i.iii��MM��iMMiiiaii��tMMi��aii��i<iiiiuiiiiitMi��aiiMiiMaa^^  sss  (By Jack Mills)  <<iaiffin��iiwfaivan��aii.afaiitiii>MiiMMifwafa*i��figaHtaiifi*iiWifiia��iWfwafi>af^  Mr. .and. .Mrs.'.A&n. Hemstreet  -Photo by Dennis Gray,  Gibsons. Roberts Creek couple . . .  Mlowink-Hemstreet wed  of St. Hilda's  by  Marion  Charman  REV. David Brown officiated at the  double ring ceremony at St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt, uniting in marriage Miss Evelyn Hollowink and Alan  Kenzie  Hemstreet.     The bride is the daughter of Mrs. M.  J. Hollowink of Gibsons and the groom  is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Hemstreet of Robrts  Creek.  The demure bride wore a beautiful  white full length gown of satin-backed  shantung en train. The cap of her long  white veil was daintily trimmed with  pearls. She carried a pretty bouquet of  red roses. She was given in marriage by  Thomas Anderson.  Matron of honor was the bride's twin  sister, Mrs. Marilyn Laing. ,in arC empire  style floor length frock of mauye georgette, with long sleeves, lining and crepe  sash. Her flowers were pink roses and  white carnations. Miss Sandra Hemstreet,  the groom's sister, was bridesmaid. Her  dress was mintina georgette fashioned  similarly to that of the matron of honor,  Sandra's flowers were yellow roses, and  white ' carnations. The feathered' carnations worn in the hair of both attendants matched their bouquets.  Harry, jLaing w,as best man, .Usher  was Bruce Morris.'  Standards of mixed flowers graced the  -church.''7 Altar .flowers^'were" red" arid:  w'lite,  Mrs.   Hayward,   organist,   played, the  nuptial music.  For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hol*-  lowink was attired in deep pink brocade  floor length madarin style dress; her  corsage was pink roses with silver ribbon.   Mrs:���Hemstreet���ehos���a���blue���and  Summer  CLEARANCE SALE  ���Wittw-siy^ro.^wM^WJ^itfflV.* C ^3 fl |  I fl 1/ i^f Si*ia|>^^,|^i'w*"'M5IM',^***i^',;'i^'*t"1^'"'j  MANY fine selections just  ��� ���" :"^idr your* ~���  k  Gibsons  at  3U  ion&  886-9941  white   dress    and   matching   coat,   with  which she wore a pink rose corsage.  The reception attended by 85 people  was held in St. Hilda's parish hall.  Guests were seated at beautifully appointed tables. Vases of colorful flowers  were attractive. Grace was said by Dick  Clayton. Mrs. Margo St. Germaine of  Elkford, B.C., who catered the delicious  luncheon was assisted by Tammy St. Germaine and Miss Dale Lbvestrom from  Grand Forks. In' charge of the guest book  was Miss Yvonne St. Germaine at a small  table with a [bride and umbrella and  dainty floral arrangements.  George St. Germaine was master of  ceremonies. Toast was proposed by Richard Hollowink from Fernie.  The head table was tastefully decorated with flowers, pink and white streamers and . wedding bells. The three-tier  wedding cake was intricately iced in all  white and topped by a miniature bride  and groom.  The bride's bouquet was caught by  Mis^'Cindy*Slan&;ay' and "Jamiie "St. Germaine caught the garter.  ,,,,�����For,,trayelling.;.the bride, changed^to -a  chic two piece pink dress and long vest.  The honeymoon was a motoring trip to  .itheTKootenay,, area., ,.,,'..,'.-. ������,���.  ,.,.,,,.  The happy young couple have taken  up residence at Mahalta Rivor on Vancouver Isknd.  '   Other  out  of  town   guests 'included  HE'S JUST too much for T.V. that Premier of ours. Months and months of  behind the scene planning have gone into  his campaign before he finally announced  the date. The next day or two he came  out with his 20 years of achievement, 37  page episode that looks like it took a lot  of preparation. (Not by the contents, mind  you, but by the number of pages). So  the case in point is our sojourn on the  BeeCee ferries t'other day. Two of us  wanted* a copy~of the new schedule which--������  showed the additional sailings from that  side of the world over to this side of the  world. 'Would you be satisfied with one?"  the cute little tourist counsellor asked us,  "we don't have too many left."  And regardless of what the old die-  hards say���you have to go "along: with the  feeling that Da Preem is definitely fight- -  ing for his political life this time around  ���and for our money he is going to lose  it!  There  is  just  too ^much  talk  around  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  DO you know Jesus? Notice the questr  ion is not asking if you know about Him;  many know about Him but yet to really  meet Him. I feel constrained to ask you  this .important question and to, share a  little of what it is to know the Lord  Jesus Christ.  Firstly it is to know God. Jesus said,  "I and the Father are ,one," And then to  know Jesus is to know joy and peace and  happiness. It is to know the meaning to  ' life. Your searching, your wandering is  oyer when you come to Christ,  Knowing Jesus is the difference between night and day, You see for the  " first time* in your life as; Heaven ly, sun-  shine floods your heart and soul. You  wjll wonder why you settled for second  best all your life, why you ignored God's  voice for so many years, Oh, how I want  you to consider this thought toduy, Nothing is so vital  in  life as this  question,  that* people don't know who to vote for  right now but one thing seems to enter  the conversation, "as long as we get him  out of Victoria."  They told us we were out of our  cotton pickin' minds when we passed  along the word that we were going to  don the ole fishing apparel, take along a  bottle of diet pepsi and enter the Sun  fishing derby. Too bad we didn't listen  to them. Man, that has to be something  else out there. Next- year we're going  listen.  This one came out of the Van Province, but it's just too good to pass up.  Shows big pictures of cheerful little  Mounties, complete with red coats et al,  standing at attention ih the window of a  store in Gastown. The."'souvenir of "Can'-'  ada status certainly were representative-  of Canada. Except for one thing���they  all had slanted eyes. Clever Province  writer captioned picture, "Ah so, Canada,  we stand on guard for thee."  Or as the little boy.said to his companion:  "Her necks dirty."  7  "Her does?"  Or as the other little boy said to his  buddy after watching the girl jog around  the  block: >  >. 'My she has big breaths."  '  "Yeth."  And   the' greatest   reason  for   knowing  ,Mrs,'.**'Morrl's.-a nd������^  Violet Potts,   Ytt*?c<"iwer;  Mr.   and   Mrs. ,  Now we ntwe not bcen talking ubout   ,Jo!''7C)��yton)^Quesnel;_Mrs, Shoila Hoi- Joining a'ichurch, or .being confirmed or  fl'lowlnk, Fernie; Bob and Juckio Burnett 'g0ing through some ritual, This docs not  and* Dunne,   Ladner;.. Ernes   Boudroou, hHVo much to do with "knowing" Jesus,  Surrey; Fred and Miranda Boudroau and Ilomombor Ho Is as closo to you as your  Arlctlo,  Campbell It'var  and Mrs.  Jim heart's cry. Tell Him you want to got to  'Bbkory Nanaimo.   '    . know Him today.  ^lllllllllllllllllll!lll!Hlllllllll!llll|llllllllllHHH?i^  NEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for;  ZENITH  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  ���       >h       Hh        *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  Phi 886-2280 -*��� ������QlbMns,  iHI  Sunshine Coast  There aro only eighteen lots  avniliiblo   in   Rod roofs  Estates.      ...-.,,.-..  pnjy^ eighteen .opportunities^  "Tor some* luek'y  fi'fmiljPlo"'  I'i ml   tho   perfect   summer  , plinco,,, .,,..,...,.....,, ,.,.��� ,.,.,������ ,.,,���..  Redroofs Estates is two  hours away from iho city In  a beautiful wooded area  that's closo to lho wator.  Tho lots i|io large, everything Is near, and prices start  un low n�� $32-50 with,$3245  "down."   ������"���������������,���������'!"''  RedRoofs  Estates  !%yw today.      *'  6��3-H'lll (24.lioi.ra) ,     ,  UHI.WRVINC1'  Ri.iM,TY i;n>,        72-1  ^  A  uy Direct from the Mill  Cut all sizes, timber planks��� 2x6 construction 9'ade, �� %_\*__^S_\  random length \. 1���1 __. b.m.        & m_VQ  PRE-CUT  HOMES       3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.  All lumber N.H.A. accepted.  Complete package ���.���  Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  $1700  Number two and btr.  bevel siding p.m.  $165  210 Ib. roofing sq. butt���-  colours   _ J1U��2p3  Surrey  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  9815 Robson St. 588-5441  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE  MODERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR  HOME OR  BUSINESS  It Costs Less Than You Think  BULLDOZING - EXCAVATING - ROADWORK  GRAVEL AND  SAND  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd.  FREE ESTIMATES  WE GO  ANYWHERE  I 988-7766 |  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  730 E. KEITH, NORTH ...VANCOUVER,  GET ON THE  (come on over to the other side)  .iTM^rf-i&tinwo-SiJi^i-*^  I  NEED  *��UR  HELP  MIKE BLANEY  Provincial QlieraI, Candidate  ��� t-b ^w^ilwri.-v  'K-iMu^wmy* A-*!*-*  . >. Btlaajt*  CALL 886-7436  THERE- WILL BE A GENERAL PROVINCIAL LIBERAL  MEETING  FOR MACKENZIE RIDING AT THE  ^  M newcomers; o^  ���  ' ��4��> .      . .     ..      ......    * ,   ...,,,,.,,'.,  ^^PS!'l!j"Ji!L'l!J'l'TLJJ-1,'^.^,Z^r^!!!!!!^^Jl'^.^^i~ '"',' 7'" '" l"i I ,' ���" ' ,M| ' ,".'  I . ' i  llllllllll  I       '     .    , |.       .  ir B.C, I - With - ono. last- year,  I  .added this yonr tho  JUT ' active ski -boats, w  .    Ski Boats ,      , ,   '.. ,     ... ���  uand-a -now- ono >.-welcomo.��tJuoBtB��on���tho-Edgbwator^  camp boasts two'   Fortune, John JSdinoiulson and Dave  which aro used lo    Bontnll aro ski directors.  t*i-  ;;':'���;;���';,;        DAN WHEEI^R  your USSO Ayout iimiouiicoji tlmt  Mw*iM��wimM|^^  ^^^^T^HN COTfliT^^  *.      > I      . ,,    t        , ,        *  "> lias Joined his team as'V fully quallltoil  "y2i7,J^ho'Me COMFORT.MerMo7tmmu '���'"  i$mmpfit*f,  xHtMmmwtoiiimiiw  'w&^isitmmmkw^  a<  h I...K  t *f', l'��tt  .i J'W7  ^7!y(''7f,7727^  . , ,       i ,''.',��� Ki/. ',7 ,7\7 ti; NO  i' l7r, 2 f17��777l7.7^v7";��Mlji77Sf  '   1 ' J '    I        '        'l|     <      l���'|     , IM 'I      I,  mm  JOHN IS LOOKING FORWARD TO BEING OF SERVICE  TO dUR MANY, FURNApE OIL CUSTOMERS.  .      I    .' ,    ', I     i i'i! ,        I ' '     ' ''l    ���',  i   ,  ' II I       I       'l       .'     ' \ I  For FREE furnaco' estimates and domostic hot wator  t :;,\ tanks ploaso call7886*9663,        i -1r* ���  *j7iii4  With MANY BARGAINS in BOTH STORES'  I , ,1.1 I ,'       , I I I    ��� , , II I 'I .11 I . I.I, ���        I   4.-41        I    I        I     |l I        .       , .       , I I  Such as DRESSES and PANTSUITS at  *y^},v7'M.��  iwwitoiwJ' 721 M^mWfA-. _f/m*_��*_��"__\ M/W'*&w^_&'t^^  ti  Sunnycrest Plaza  Gibsons 7 886-9543  trail Bay Centre  I j I     , l' M  elt ^,885-9818  M^'mI,  I��� WP^^m WI|W W P*iF" "^ "^ WPPPPWBBPfn  ��a��a��p..t��ia��ai��aa��i|.M��)atwW|iawM.w����H��>w��aw����aap  -.*, '�� 7*77   ������  \  \  X  Expansion to continue says bank  s grow  in consumer credit  CONSUMER credU has experienced tremendous Rn>wll7in' recent years and  ii: im ������\.'sinf;l.v icplarini; Currency as lhe  mean- I..*, whirl* lhe a\>*i'Uf_j,p (.'an-jdiuii  acquii.* many g.-.od*' aiid *-;er\ i*,*es, .xyr.  the Coii'iii'ieieiai LeUM' ot Canadian Imperial Baii'L 01  Cummer.', e.  "lin- Ir-ner (...jiit���-. i,iii Jtiai  tlii-: rate of  f,l'��i\\tli   i ail   Iji-  P\|j'r*ilPit   Ii i^'i'Piillfai"*.   With  iiiiTPasinf, deiiinnd:'. heing made nn the  many souices ul' |H*r.s(jiial.Ci.'i.'di..Lu\ail--j|.>je  I'rom bunks, crodit unions, consumer loan  companies;   relirH���^t-nrr^���nil - coinpunie*^  and others. ' "~      ~  One ol' the factors contributing to the  marked   growth" in   consumer   credit   has  Paul St. Pierre  ���Letter from Parliament Hill  OTTAWA���Willi   every   wage   and   price  increase, there is increased pressure in  Canada   for   government    imposed, wage  and price controls.  We may he driven to this desperate  measure, If so, it will be a sorry day for  Canada and one we will live to long regret when a new and immensely powerful bureaucracy descends upon the citizenry,   ordering   their   lives   and   poking  degree-  ..m  tnto   their   private   affairs   to   a~  which   Canadians   formerly   would  accept  only -under   the   extraordinary   conditions  of war.  It seems to me that wage and price  controls cannot be temporary. An experiment of a few months, a year or even  two years, delays them. Business *and  labour may be curbed for the life of the  control period, but both can look forward  tu the magic date when controls cease and  all the pent-up pressures for money are  a&ain loosed.  In this feeling of fear and distaste  for wnye and price control, I had hardly  expected to find myself in the company  of one of I lie noted conservatives of the  United States. But so it seems to be.  The following quotations are from a  speech of the late Republican Senalor  Robert A, Taft of Taft-Hartley bill fame.  They  were made during the  lflfiOs.  "II we impose compulsory arbitration,  or if we give the Clovernmenl power to  fix wages at which men musl work I'or  another year or for two years to come, I  do not see how in the end we can escape  a collective economy.  "If we give the Clovernmenl power to  1fix..:,\vi.)K*.'h���. l...(lv���iu)l...,syc,,,li.ov/.,.!.wo.���cun ,lnku  from  'the ('Joveriiment   the "power  to  fix-  price*    ,md if the (iovernment fixes wages  ..and pnn?;*.,,, wo soon  .r.ciu.1....,the point,  when-*- all mdu-iry is under Government  i-onh'i.1. and finally there is n complete  -���in-i.'i11,-.->i nn   uf nm* economy,  I   .iVii'.-l   -.i-ry   strongly   that   so ��� fur  us  J"7lJ.iiL7!i7,^  *. Ii ��� I'i    at ii-lnpl ���    lo    give    |(|    ||k>    CloVCI'l)  mem  'hi-  power finally to fix the w'rtgos  of. any num. ������     ���������   *7n u.c do so eonnllliitlrmall,y? Gun  ''"*'' *iV to all lhe pcopk> (-|' ihe United  Si.lie-,, Vmi n11isi work nl wages fixed  Ihr   (io-,1'1 Mini'lil"1  1 Hunk it us u long .slop from I'rco-  duni rind a |���nji ni0p *'mm (J, !',,(,(, ���ocinuom.Y  '������ in'Hive the Ciovoriiinent Hiich n righl,'  . Today people seem lo think thut  "II   Uml   im  noei'NMiiry  In  dn  In   in  I'ul'bUI  "lUl'INi," fix." m\i(\��> ii'nd eiimpol moii7|uI  ���'iiiillniie working, wllluiul ('nimlilonUlon  nl the Immiiii nntl -'OnKlllulii.mirpi'olili.mH  Involved  in thai  priieesH ,  , ,"  Oleuiii'Mo, If iSoiiiitor. Tnl't. woro Htlll  iillve mul nejjvi! Iii lho ll.fi, Si.nnlo lo-  tiny, ll might lie that ho would luivo heori  ... .(ll'.I.YUIlJ.i IIH!,,ciiiiuIuhIoii Unit .Hiuih. eiirliM  upon freedom are iwionlliil. lilven iim I  nnd older iiumiiIk>i*n of UihiiuIiVn Ulilh Par-  ^,iUJil!,'tj,,UJ,i.m,V^lju��.,iiu~.d uLv.an.-JJ u Uoi io����y u i  'ml    I'Hi'Upe   Hie   oinlnoiiM   lun��   nf   ||im  Aiii(;j'ieiH.i,i..rii'nii|iir'ti \viirclM1..,.j��r���-l'all \.  I'Hoe   and   wam>   cuiiIi'iiIh  n  hliulNlnlil,'twn or ihroo  Monrrt ��ifloi7lliolrhiirodii(til(m, ���  * m in  NOTR ��� Piirlliimont'ii   fourth 'mphhIim  w.��'iM.!��!l !!lLW.!.Ul'Ll..Wim IhivpIhh miiiiu uk  iV,i,iii"Oo.(,l'i'Ui'.t-imMt���(;idiciiiin,^ai,,��a  tlion, I rcltiriicil in oiinwi, |��� (.|(,lm M1)  '���"line iicnk work and' at tlmo of writing  mn iihoiii lu lake n ���!������., ||(,n(|,',(V"; ))ui,lim  m i.c'cnmpmiylu/, |i)xliiri.nl    ,    , MHolioll  Hlmi'i) on  an  oIllalHl "\MNit h. Chl,n,; M.v olTko In Ol-  u|)orallonul   (UirtnH   ��l#  lOj'fl (llK^lUt  \}fi lUldl'OH"  ri ....       ���        ��� -wi'i'd, MP, Pnrlluiiuint  lIMlldtlwiH, Oltnwu  been the steady expansion and increased  .stability, of personal incomes since World  War II. The period of almost* nrunlerrup-  li-il |'i ii'iperil y and ci mipaial \\ <-ly high  f-rtif iii. > men I eoaliled .,,n ;innei ���'. to bus'  ..n rre,.tit cniideni d.jt they would l.,e  lib'te ),.>��� rr-pay from future parnirig*: The  ��i...Y\tii h-.v: Ul;..�� t-.fc-��-ii iiiteji-itipj by a.  ������.haiji irr in iic'-i-'onjl >--.periatinii*, aiid  demand*', jor what w.-i e once eonsidered  luxury items. The ..W_l.i:.L7JJ.!.!..0.s. s;t_al_istics__  whiel'i show nearly $12.7 billion of con-  st-im&i*���tuoidiLwiis outstanding at the end  ���of���V9Tb=aTr���amount ���ef|i-H-va-l-en4- of -24-56���  per ceril of that ycar7s total personaj^dis-  posable   income. *>  The rapid upsurge in the use of credit  has to some extent outpaced consumer  Education. Despite the general healthy  state of consumer credit in Canada, and  the fact that Canadians for the most part  use credit wisely, a small minority lend  to nver-oxipnd.-dheniselvcs. To this small  group can be added'I hose who suffer .unforeseen changes in circumstance, such as  illness or loss of employment. In recent  years, ae.enios devoted, solely' to aiding  the over-extended debtor have been established in inanv Canadian cities, finan-  .ced in part by the banking industry Ad- .  ditionully, t;oveininonts and various consumer- credit grantors are now offering  programs of consumer education in personal financial management and the proper use of credit.  Viewed generally, credit is a prime  catalyst in the movement of goods in a  consumer-oriented economy such as Canada's, the Commercial Letter points out.  As consumer credit has expanded, it has  tended to even out the fluctuations in economic activity, increasing the total level  of purchases possible at any particular  time and widening both the range and  quantity of goods and services available  for consumption. This rising demand for  consumer goods lias contributed to expansion of production facilities, which in turn  produces employment.  Installment credit, the chief component of consumer credit, has also grown  significantly in the past lwo decades. Although credit users as a whole"represent"  a broad cross-section of Canada's income  and occupational groups, the main users  of consumer credit are family units, es-'  pecially  those in younger age groups.  "Parallel with the evolution of the  family cycle, the peak period in the use  of  consumer  crpdit   ncrnrs   amongst   those  the  Junior volunteers are doing a tremendous job at St. Mary's Hospital  helping with tasks and cheering  patients  with  their .happy  manner.  Volunteers,  Busy .filling ice-water bottles are  Karen Spencer and Pam Sommerfield who were on duty from 8:*8D  a.m.'until 12:30"p.m. when this pic  ture was taken. Many of the volunteers are keen to continue with the  work even when school starts again.  Aren't  You Glad  We Saw  That Ad  for Uncle Mick's  Dandy Sale!  in tne late thirties with a gradual diminishing in requirements thereafter," the  letter states. "It would appear that most  borrowers use redit to augment income  during the years of heaviest family responsibility in anticipation of lessened ex-  pen ses���a-nd���higher���earnings���in ��� later���  years."  Through credit cards issued or honored by oil companies, airlines, hotels, restaurants and many other business, a great  many individuals have become regular  users of credit facilities purely as a  means of convenience, when making,  purchases or travelling. Since they pay  their accounts promptly, they do hoi incur  interest  charges.  Public policy should aim to broaden  competition in the credit-granting industry and to improve operating efficiency  if borrowers are to be ensured the lowest  possible credit  rates.  "It should' also encourage the provision of information that will en'able users  of consumer credit to make wise use of  credit and to be aware that there are cost  differences between the varipus sources  available," the publication asserts. In order to make rational decisions, the borrower, must Know,i the. full cost, of credit,-  it  adds.  Consumer credit in its many forms has  become so nvuuh .a7wny..���oL.lll'e.. for lho  modern   consumer   that   it   is   takerr   for  granted,  Tho  letter  cautions  that   while  every effort must be made to ensure tho  effective  functioning  of  Ihe  market   for  riyjllwin..���c;o.nsii.moi:^c.i,ecllt.lm^.un*eqvin U.c f Toi'-UhI iou Ul..  be extended lo provide those oduaillonul  facilities that will ensure lhat the user of.  consumer credit Is llsniaster und not ibr  Ncrvanl,"  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  offers  PER ANNUM  QUARTERLY ON 1 YEAR  RETURN  TO YOU  FOR  1   YEAR  6.13 5<7o  Bashful  Pretending to be bashful but, really    the    pediatrics    ward.    About    one  enjoying  the  attention  he's- getting    dozen  volunteers from  Sechelt. and  from junior volunteer  Karen S.pen-.... Gibsons areas are working on a rota  cer, this little fellow fully approves . basis during the school holidays. '  the introduction of senior students in  CURRENT  COMPETITIVE  OFFERS  OMPAR  ��CALL:  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UN  Phone 885-9551  P.O.   Box  375.  Wharf Street,  Sechelt  UA-irt-VI M#X&>':.tW-*T&. JiV  ���W  THE  UIVSOCRED  MIKE BLANEY  Your  Provincial   Liborol  Candidate  wonder  would  how  look  ^MVM>naMut��wa��nawvan��AA��4MwwiMavvmwaJWuuvvvwifMVf'  MIGHTY MITES  Classified AdBrlofs reach more than       2;5QQ homes every week.  Use   them    for   steady,    low-cost  .aclvorllslng40'lalMo-10?OOO.pQop|o  THE TIMES  005-9654 (Socl.c.0       086-2121 (Gibsons)  f4_  AllMllMl, I  Mllll 11  Al'fuli'H   Mliil-iii'i'  il  tnwit Tomivlim  niimmor porloil, 1,'ni  nod |(7 Pmil 'Bf"n  iiILIJiHili!H40SaMtoli  JOHNSON  Outboard  ^Sol��t*<lrS��irYlco*  OMC'Partrand'AGCoaqorlei  886^812  Sechelt Home Service  '" 7"Box'636 * ���;������-"������"������:;'  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Secholt; B.C;,   ������'"   I (    I .(  It  m-nf4)^m^mmfm^mmm^��m^mmm  DY0  i he  A__ _VH0* _G*_9-Ht  ARSCO  ��� Tweil^y years ago a vigorous in human and economic affairs,  grass-roofs politicatmovement Now, we're faced with another  began in jfchis province... a mover        challenge., .another choice between,  ment born of���disenchantment with., , ;the,progressive policies of a true  (fr  oldrlinepblitical'-machineis ma;  ^H��**#lMi*^t��KS��Mil������Wft  .1*..  ,'i  ll  LARGE���"WA RIE'T'Y,m"Of:^^'  -STEAKS-FOR-BARBECUR���  SCO  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Storo �� 803-2253  "Flno Meats for Flno pooplo"   movement1 that auickly gained    7  support from ordinary, everyday,  people IhroughoutBritish Co lumbia.  '-���Today,"��oo^  .   grass-roots^people'smovement;...  representing no special interest  "^-"^grbupS'and'dedicated-tothe welfare-  of; the individual. With your  support, we've made great strides  '4ree ienterpri8e*party-and*th6-  stifling ponies of state socialism.  Keep tlie good years coming by  helping us wage a strong,  successful election campaign.  Send your dom^  Free Enterprise  ', -.vancoMver.ai, nx* '���:   1 ##��*f<��i��M^W)>Mftl<l��^>N!jH��W^ ^  ��**i^��W��i��^*l��^"l��S'MlMI[*Wlwll fimwf ��W��f ��W#Mttf|P 11**  Hk__M&__*____m%_Mll��*^^  T ��vORKSI  ' ""JpiWitl foi? )jy ttw "0.0, J?i;oo EntoxjpKfea KducftWonM yOwk Jpim-^i,  "i '  totmmmmmmi  ^r*  �� j,  ... ^,,,  mmm*mtm��*Mm***>m*  ���iim \  ��� J >* -  7    -, '*.. .ym*^^l Aril J*&'     < ���    VBkW.tf'��h> .  Challenges ftarrett  ���\ ���  Deputy - Minister replies]  denies IIlmT]^  \      7\  Twill be only (oo pleased to swenr undpr  oath that you .had nothing -whatever \o  do with any part, of the production '__  "Twenl'V  Great' Years".  \  Juniors  ���Whipper-m, Dave Macey checks in where local riders completed Vwi'th  junior riders i'or Roalcogor Ranch's experienced youngsters from Lower  Junior   Rodeo   held   last   Saturday    Mainland  The Rodeo conducted uri-  "hl.r  3 ��  ��� _\        * _______r*V___  """Ir       **     c^k-*  *< ��� * *    ���*.��� *,  * ** + . *  7,^  >*#^ss3y*&* *<���  Scurrying  Young Pender Harbour rider:Rose-    o^7fweek-erid; rodeo, --but "the poriy  mary Malcolm puts her po^y(nto..the..!, firida^the. going, tough in the churned-,  test in the Scurry event -s^^E^^ii6^}^m6A^atir^' the barrel turn7  We!! Cleared"   .  ,  Taking part >in the scurry race,. Rob- .lariel -entries, Tripping, que .pole-set  '.oris Crock rldor Nina Christmas did .'Niin^a .back t.6 third place' at. Roal-  yory woll to toko third place despite- cj^gor's rodeo,  keen, competition,from Lower Main11::.;. ���,;���..  der B.C.W.H.A. rules attracted a  record number of entries and-spectators.  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, August 2, 19/2  Safe Motoring  MOUNTAIN lodges and campsites among  green trees and lofty peaks are summer   destinations   ior   many   automobile  travelers.  Driving in the mountains can be one  pf the real joys of owning an automobile, says R. J. Hastings, president of the  B.C. Automobile Association. "But moun-r  tain driving draws upon most of the  experience a motorist has, and occasionally places new tests on skills,"  he says.  , For. example,...the Jong downhill .grades;   .  frequently found along mountain roads  require special handling. Steep downgrades cause automobiles to gain speed  too quickly in "high" or "drive" gears,  and constant heavy braking can burn  out  brakes.  Long downhill grades are best begun -  at reduced speed and in a lower gear or  range���"second" or "low"���so that the  engine can assist the brakes in control- ��  ling speed gain. Light pressure is applied to the brakes, also to control speed.  On especially long grades brakes become hot and the driver can experience  mild "brake fade." Braking efficiency is  reduced, but slightly increased pressure  on the brake pedal helps to overcome  the   difficulty.  Do not turn off the ignition on long  . grades..-for more braking/'drag'' frcpn thj^,.  engine. Air and gasoline continue Ho Be  pulled through the carburetor, but not  burned. Gasoline works past the pistons  and into the oil in the-crankca.se. Engine  damage can result ns the gas thins hib-.  ricating oil.  Mountain drivers must be careful to  stay on the right half of the roadway.  There is the same amount of space between the. center line and the shoulder  _flI..mQsL mountain roads as there is on ...  other roads. Mountain roads always seem  narrower because of the immense vistas  , surrounding.them-.and this affects,nearly ..-���  all  motorists new  to higTi-nHitu.de driving. '  "'" "* A ���few:"; titlier 7 ips' fdr" moiJihl hih d riving enthusiasts:  .,,^7-AlwaySj ^set.^ the__irhand   brake  wlion  parking, even on "level""parking arous.  Some ground which is not, really  level  can appear "to  bo to n driver  who  has  boon handling steep grades.  M|Wj3aKebp^0wruU��ga��^tunU.<��.Sei<viuou.iit.u>��Mu,  Lions,.ore   less   numtrmm   in   mountains .  than' anywhere else, .und  uphill'driving  consumes mpro fuGl,"1 ..���,.....���.���,,���.,.���...-,-,.,,-  . ���Check, lho radiator ofton, Wator boils  nl a lower .temperature at high lUtltuclos,  Never mid winter to a hot radiator, however, Let the engine run for a wlillo nf-  tor stopping, then add 'lukewarm' water  .slowly, wliilo the engine idles,- y,  ���On winding mountain roads, tho driver should leave -scenery watching lo his  passengers, keeping strictly alert 'to lho ',  driving task, He can make porlodlo stops  along tho journey to take In the counlry-'  Hide himself,  \  /VCCUSATLONS- on a television show by  xNDP leader Dave Barrett against Department of Travel Industry\Deputy Minister Ron Worley did not go unchallenged  nnd an open reply to BarreW from Worley states: \  "How very thoughtful of you the other day to read-rne,Min Hour Glas.-:, a pub-  ���in* Ipc'Iukp on the Civil Servant as an pu-  inieli. It dues ,^ive me the opportunity,  A^I+u4i-4-jla.ap.piiejd^tti^..ut..iClli.iiii.. the record straight and raising some teeny-weeny doubts about lhe soundness of your so  righteous   indignation.  ."By the way, what _d.id you say?' May  I summarize? Didn't it go something like  this?  "Someone (Mr. Worley?)1' put together  a very naughty film Twenty Great Years  in British Columbia in which, oh dreadful thought, the benefits of free enterprise are extolled. That film was by Mr.  Worley, a Deputy Minister1, delivered to  he CBC because the Premier told him  to. How very wicked of the Premier to  have anything to do with such a propaganda film: how evil of him to tell Mr.  Worley to deliver it; and how very, very  shameful and immoral of Mr. Worley to  obey because Mr. Worley as a civil servant paid out of the public purse shouldn't  evei\ever go along with what the Government tells him to do because that is  patronage, don't you see!"  "My dear Mr. Barrett, must you always be so very wrong in fact and logic?  "You are wrong, Mr. Barrett, I did not  put together "Twenty Great Years in British Columbia" but, may I ask, is everything which doesn't happen to please you  propaganda and anything which does  not?  "You are.wrong, Mr. Barrett, I did not  deliver the film to the CBC.  "You are right, Mr. Barrett, I am paid  out of the public purse, but isn't your  Assistant (Deputy Minister) Mr. John  Wood, also paid from the public purse?  And aren't you his politic master even  although "you don't pay his wages out of  your own pocket? Come now, Mr. Barrett, aren't politics the applied art of  government and aren't  civil servants the  arm of government jusf Has"MrI WoSd Is  yours?   Where  have  you  been   recently?  Have   you   given   up   reading   your   CP  Snow?      -������ " \ "    '  "I don't mind a little friendly criticism, although I do think that ^hen the  critic is factually and philosophically  wrong, he\might have the. gave to apologize." N  ��� Mr. Worley's denial of association with  Ihe film ir. supported by a letter to Worley from Mr, 17 M. Parry of Lew Parry  Film Productions Ltd. who was responsible for Ihejirudiic^jon. _-x_-  Parry slates; '''Concerning allegations  by the press and radio, I very much regret the news reporting, quoting me to  link your name with the production of  "Twenty Great Years". Because, as we  both well know, there is no truth in such  ' *,  allegations.  , "My stand is clearly one of denial.  Aside from' my tWo_ appointments with  the Premier, which you apparently made  at his request, I can conscientiously say  you had nothing whatever to do with the  film; its concept, writang, production, nor  its finance. I alone, am fully responsible  for the film, and am on the credits to  that effect.  "If it would serve any useful purpose,  . i.        ��� -*   ���         �� ���   .  .    ���' .     "'   '  '���'������-���       ���< ��� ���* ���,���'���'"_  \-X    ^  \               ..        tHf--    '           '     'X     '  ortisc*dft��c> "���'"���''���   MIKE  BLANEY  Your   Provincial   Liberal  Candidate  \  i^gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggj_fgggg��  I     * Home  I  mg  * Breakfast  Special - 99c      |  HALFMOON BAY CAFE |  Now under the new &  management of  Mr.  and Mrs.  Kieselback.  885-9311  X  1  rggggggggggggggggggJrgggggggggggggggggggggS-  THEY created chaotic  Regional  Government  ^m___&'i>S--s ���"> ��� h  WE Will review the  Regional Board  concept.  SUPPORT  DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  For Information Call  486-7430  ����__ ">!"'   <��� *, ���  .      ��*V"-.      '-4- ''J. I*'   '"*     * ' fjf  ���A. I  "       ' , 4  , v '4    Jy     * \ '  .^"7.y>'.y.   '���** ���  ''~A^wt72 y i^B-  J^spitijy^ft4^  ABOUT  BRITISH COLUMBIA COURTESY CARDS FOR SENIORS  I   t#ifftl>ii*>lttlWt$&..?tky.\'\*'  Re.cdntly, our Premier, the Hon. W. A. C. Bennett, announced the very  popular Courtesy Cards lor Seniors program. To date our Department has mailed  out oyer 55,000 cards. ^  Any person 65 years or older living in British Columbia is eligible. The  card entitles the holder to reduced B.C. Hydro bus fares. It also serves as a  convenient method of identifying.the owner to those entertainment, recreation,  motel, hotel and travel firms whioh extend special rates and fares from time to  time to senior citizens.  If you haven't already applied, please complete "and mail the attached  application to us.  Because we've had a  addresses, some-of you have riot received your card, If you've mailed .in an  application, and after, ten days you have not,received youir card, .please complete ,,  and mail another application. ""   ''  Please complete your application carefully, Be, sure to give your full name, ���  old age security number or enclose proof of ago, and correct address including  yoiir city.  ,, Believe mc, I wantyou to hnvc your Card to use and enjoy, but, wc nccdyour  correct Information so my stuff can get on with the' job of serving you quickly and  efficiently.  Yours sincerely,  t.*  ,.��i*J4V<lifSl,-,W.W.lM-'.i  Now bonutiiul 'Ldvo"'"Cnrclu nt MW  Rocs, ���Wharf KoncV'Soaholt, !  t P, A-, Clnglai'dl,  Minister * of RohribiifHutkm  and Social Improvement  ,.\. :.*<*7  HOMELITE  '"'SXt 922   FALLErt'S  SPECIAL  $269.95  30" Attachments  Cut  Your Own  Lumber With Ah  ALASKA JUNIOR  SAWMILL   Adaptable'to all  Chain Saris  _ r\r_     nrnirii ���   '  Rldo him cowboy yollod tho proV5f'"'hS left ia't U\b first opportunity whon  but this youtiR cnlf-ridor wnsn't nt t\\\ t-ihQ--9kHtlflh cnlf swept closo lo tho  happy with hlfl frisky mount which -.roll(��t   ���*���   CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrlo Street, Secholt  885-9626  !     MAIL TO  BRITISH  COLUMBIA COURTESY CARD FOR SENIORS  wtawtwi  ��*Wfw  9^���-*p:or-RoK"ii*2610r"Vancouvor-*,3r,BTCr  Application for "CoMrtosy Card for Seniors".  (Mnta;   Inlmmcitlon rocorclod holovy will ho troqtod conflcluntlnlly,)  PLEASE PRINT  Mr. (    ) "  Mra, (    )   .  ..  .   . , Miss, (_,),  Name in Full   FlrstNamo  mt^mmmum  Mailing Addrosss    Apt,. No,  Residence Address; Sanric as aboyo (    ) oir  '!'  Pirtb"wciato:'M':r':'..'    ,     ...+"v'" '" \~ZZ7.".  Middle Nome  Street Add riqss  Last Name  City  *1W ��>(H^��*��l"����t"*��i'H*w��*'*'*  .Month.  "��� I**  5J*pno  JX,oatm  'ri*��Wb* WuBM j^^fflHf^f*SHr*��^"��^ii  ,, ,      , r    |mr,r-lp|.r-|  Old Ago Security Ponslon mmba. 9^r L-J t,J \__J L.J-.J l_l 1     1  '* ^QtaOLyQM.do.not'jrocaft  (Ills application���thlt ovldoneo will bo rnlurnad to yon,  I .Ifoiroby declare the above  Information tp bo correct;  ���MMa����ma4a4|aiff��tRa''tM<*MMNNMpahMMiaanMMmMBai  SlgnatMro of applicant:   , -      ,4.,,        .' ..4..    !,.,���.        J.   I.' ��      ',..,,,,,.,.  Pate; ....  H|)ff^fal��f AM��n)pfft*>�� Wrf ������� WT��*��1 -���������("�� (��<||��Pt'f ���������x������������� ��j ���� f*l* �������������� ^  ' ���*l.j. iw ���!���:;���*���'  ���������� )  %#ajhW#W(��W/**-^t V*  lUJ^iniwi-iffhVww-.t^Jyt'Wt  W*|IB*��|WiBMa*M�� ��**#��*  ����T����Ias^HM��(WMItI��WN����^W*r����������f��^^  iWteWiianWi 'Ja Ukm>4f+<l  ���m?*ittyiw4m\itmx9_  *nfiWm  mmumm^mmm  M$  .**!*'*'��'!����� |! 1  '    'i 1  i ��� > ^lnBH9 n*'ii7   ,��>  |���,   .7j  *���'***"i -"~" ������Mi  aWy*WW^Ivl*��Wa<#Wti>^��^^  f.   t i   _>   *.   -w    I     f      ���>-����, V  \  Davis Anderson 7. .  B.C Liberal Pcyrty Leader  seeks\ proviiice leadership  MBERAL   Party   Leader, in   B.C.   David  Anderson in a prepared election statement said  last week;' "  I want to g�� on record today with the  flat out statement that Our party can and  will bring the ' quality of leadership to  this province that has faded away from  the Social Credit Party.  I'm determined now to challenge Mr.  Bennett and his party ... not for a few  Ljcidingsjiere and there, bu_t_for leadership  of this province and for a majority government. As the public knows, we are facing a crucial political battle in this province. It may be the most important in  our brief history.  The people of this province trusted  Mr. Bennett when they put him in power  many, years ago and for the rAost part,  their trust was rewarded in effective  leadership.  ��� Mr   Rpnnp.t   ig ft   g'ViPwH  pnlitiHan   and  Wilson Creek Orioles who topped the  Bronco League this season, gather  round while Captain Gordie Waters  makes a farewell presentation to  Manager Bryan Hocking who leaves  Going Away  this week for Richmond.- After a good  season the team lost their coach  George Humphrey and now their  manager, both R.C.M.P. officers who  have been transferred and will be  missed .for they worked with Scouts  and the ball team, during their stay  in Sechelt.  a mari who has made a contribution to  this province but surely this is the time  for him to step aside for new approaches  and new  ideas.  There is a time for everyone to step  down or step aside.  September, 1972 is that time for Mr.  Bennett.  Those who really respect and admire  Mr. Bennett's past accomplishments  should think about two other Canadian  Leaders who were put back in harness  once too often. I refer to John Diefen-  baker and Louis St. Laurent, . . . the  only major flaw in their leadership . . .  the only lasting scar on their almost impeccable careers in public life was and  remains the unfortunate fact that neither  of them were. allowed to step aside with  dignity - and, like Mr. Bennett, neither  of them believed their time had come.  And lets not forget Joey Smallwood,  third member of that trio!  Mr. Bennett proved my point last  week when he termed my prediction that  he would step down as "a foolish statement from an inexperienced leader" . . .  well, this inexperienced leader is quite  prepared to pit the resources of the Liberal Party against a tired leader and his  antiquated ministers:  Mr. Bennett has been slow in moving  his government into the Twentieth  tury and he hasn't yet facec  of the Seventies.*, I don't blame"~him foi)  over-reacting to ^qv prediction or~7"~3n  "after the election retirement" ... it  jmust  have  hit  a  nerve  in   a   man  who  am confident that as Leader of the Government of British Columbia, I can, and  I will, represent a desirable alternative.  ' I say this today and predict victory  for the Liberal Party in British Colum-  ,bia in 1972. The feasibility of this victory, is clear and to the point . it represents a five per cent switch from uncertain or disgrunted Socred votes, to Liberal . . . and only a three per cent swithch  to Liberal from the less radical wing of  rthe-NrDrft ���-  -We've put people at the center of our ,;  concern and we intend to keep them,  there but I must caution you, victory may  well be a now or never proposition. If  you really want to see social change, the  time for declaring your interest is now.  The percentages that allow for change  of government do not remain static. In  1972, the thr;ee and five per cent vote to  Liberal from-the N.D.P. and Social Cre-  dil are both creditable and defensible in  terms of research. This me^ns your vote ,  is now very important because you can  make the difference. Your Vote is powerful today. However, by the time the ne?ct  election is upon us,  these statistics may  Page B-6 , The Peninsula Timqs  Wednesday, August 2, 1972  well be meaningless history.  Thats why I claim its a now or never.  proposition and believe me, ypur indivi^  "dual vote has real meaning in this election. Only a fraction of those who say they  won't vote because Mr. Beonett wilAget  in anyway, can ac'tr .Hy bring about a  change 4in' governmei., oy supporting a  Liberal   candidate  in   1972.  '���   Licensed  Dining-Lounge  Garden  Bay -883-2512  This week's special:  FULL COURSE  CHICKEN  DINNER  3.50  (Except Sat.,, and  Sun.  night)  CABARET  Friday and Saturday  ^7ith  Live Music  knows  the  voters  are  uneasy  arid   very  likely to reject him this time around.  In this regard, I believe there exists  an unfortunate similarity or parallel in  the career pattern of the distinguished  men I have named, but more important, I  THE  UNSOCRED  MIKE BLANEY  Your   Provincial   Liberal   Candidate  FENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNI0M  has Funds Available for:  1st MORTGAGES  *\\  ��� up to 75% of appraised value or purchase price.  ��� 10V2% per annum.   ,  ��� life insured (where eligible) up to $10,000.  ��� up to 20 years to repay.  ��� 5 year renewal clause.  ��� prepayment without bonus or penalty,  ��� Credit "Union  membership;   $1.00 entrance  fee   and   initial  deposit of $5.00 to shares.  2nd MORTGAGES  ��� 12% per annum.  ��� up to 10 years to repay.  CALL IN Oft PHONE:  Madeira Park   -   883-2236  oe6  Vs to 'A OFF  SALE  STARTS  AUGUST  2nd  *    i        .  - ������ -  mi I,  ������-������ ������.,���,,..I������  SELF-SERVICE .  WBGARD'S SHOE STORE  SECHELT ,        V PHONE 885-9345  All Stars  All star players in the Bronco League  played four good games to take  second place in the Richmond Zone  play-offs.    Pictured   with   Manager  Bryan  Hocking; Business . Manager  Glenn Phillips and Coach Les English are: Gordon Waters, Raymond  Dube; Brent Liiieker;'' Rick'"Lawsbni  Terry  Rodway  and  Mike  English.  Front: -^eith  Comeau, Craig  Rod  way, Gary Guelph, Ricky August,  Brent Rottluff and Brian Partridge,  Walter Safety onyt,  "Knoel'pr sltMowlna  cnnoo, If upset, HANG  ON to tho oanoe until  Holp arrive*.'"  om  ...  . . -tiWVSv i*     *   1  HOME HANDYMAN FIX4T TIPS  A PPM A  __r BT ____*&&  WHMinMIUUUUUUUWIUUUUMIIAMM.  MVWUHUUHMUtAMHIMUmUUiaUMMtlUV  NYGREN  SALES  (1971)  LTD,  i*Youf*BAPCO����PA!NT-  PEALER to GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 806.9303  Quality Housq' and Marino  Point,  >��^M*iW<IJi*��iWW<W^^  '��<irM��fMVMin*tftaT^^  FIX UP THE FURNITURE   7""7 "Part" II  II o plocu ul UirnlU.ro In ticiatchud or d��nU)d, you may wluh to da  T  sW^^KW**  BUILDING SUPPLIES  No. 1 Top Lina Paint  Interior/Extorter  r���RdgrJ8;95*'0al,"~���*  TljpMNShllNP.  ���"iffln*'"!""^^  and hardwaro utoratt for handling minor damano, For oxamplo, colorlna  ci'oybiia wlilclV'clos'oly mat to  till In BcrciichoM, Just rub llio crayon Into tho scratclv wlpo away tho qhcqbr,  antl ��hon, polish tho ontlro* surtQCo,.* I(,thq (urnlturo I*tbadly,.stained,  hcralchocl or doniocl, It may bo'ifocoteary lo call a pralosalonal rallnlshar.  Spillod alcohol, olhor liquid.*, or wnlor rlnqt> Irom glasson may mar  n llnlfilvunloss blotted dry with an'absorbent'cloth. Then apply wax or  "p'o||MfoForih"ol5'nlffoTiTrfa'co~ifa'^  A'low'itlmplo'DO'S aiid DONT'S lo koop InI mind I     * ' 7"  DO hood iho mnnulnuuipr'f'.nnd daalar's instructions  l��r  proper  furnlU.'ro' enr'o,  PONT nitn'tioll-pulNilinj IIdoi vyoK on fuin'lluio,, ,  DO dub! lumituio rciiulorly������lilt  lamps*, oi>hlf��y��i und olhm ul'H'UtJ,  ,, ,      DON,I, vm'I uny ul  lho qluud joiiilfc on, UiMtllwo.    ,  DO nil) Willi lhe i|iiiiM nl lho wood whfin duMinn, |>uli'*hliHI, en wumnij  .ww^wpONM-UMn-HHliUpffn'ot^  llioin, (bantu MitiUii uvmpuundi. und vinyl lilntu may Muln or',uol(,��)/,! luiiuluib  iinUhcw.)     .  Morgan's  Men's Wear  G.W.G. V\fork Clotho��  Work Gloyc*  SECHELT, B.C.  rwtnivrmnntiw^nminntwm  f��w��w<��i��mf��nwwv%W'*ii^^  ���VOMyH-iHJ**!**^  Sales S, Sorvlco  IKIL ���  BIRD  ItUl!  05-2021     ,,  Do* 790, Secholt, D.C, - Covr��lo St - O03-30��l  Itfwm.*trt��m*m��'mt'<'i**tfli�����'�� . ����iwy��������iww��amwtrm,  ^tmmn44��t*>mJnnt\nn4tninin444Vi\4tn4t��0wmt>l  TWIN^CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  ,  Your  Gllddon Paints  Docilar,.  Two Location*  to, iehro<>  you  ���,, i�� ( .  ^n��liln<u.Coa&i  Highway  ' j GIDSONS      JB86.XS9V  t i i  ���(P IS ^* |  P W pal   f  885.2208  ^p������mmwwaMta^Bffliaj^^  APPLIANCES  r,i i i  ANGES  EffS  DRYERS  li*wtt��tevHrtl^ifcjl^iS'&t* fc��.*Slfi'*ito#'ti*SfeteHii.^JsW^.^^IfjKiS;*,Wit. Ston&f. *j*ft��*ii. fofrf.wwQff.llfi>.Jii..ftlhm^'lhfM.  .��*&,���$ V^L*^Vftan Jr,h  f  lete  ll  election  Of  ���iSi  'f  . -���*  ���^_  as  h  H  hi  1  3  it  si  by ADMIRAL  SEEHPHEM-rAl:Lr*AT<  Hwnwwwiww  SUNSHINE COAST T.V  !Bfi4l*WiM*^WM*'!f*nH^W'*��wV n  Cowrie Street, Secholt ��� Phone 885-9816  'Ui,    ,1 .  m^mt^mmtm  ���A  ���   , i ,.  "i'i"  KcrKlll CK A1 UK j  FREEZERS  ��WtriB>55r^gg!ggTg��ag^^  3llJE"PI"JllUEJ  S3! ^ ikl>#1 "i *M J_\ %��#  ���ffiWIffiMHW^aWWm'ja!^ \\  ���\  ^ \  By Eric Schmidbhuer . .  on-Stdtus I  w  \  1*  Indian is  A N* -H STATES Indian is n per-.un whu  :ilth<*ui;h i'.onct.ii'nll.N :\n\l -vitlluialU ;m  Indian, is. nut registered as sWh hy the  department of Indian Affairs' of tlie Federal Government. The Federal Government, through the Indian Act, has laid  down certain definite rules for defining ,  who is, and who is not. an Indian. This  rae.*3 hy legislation act has given rise to  ma^iy F.tran^e casrs where).y a person wi-Jh  n.-i Indian blor.il whatsoever, may Ipgally  ),. classed as an Indian; whereas legally  a i'till-L.lof.dPd Indian may he cliksed as  white. \  There are three main factors lhaL determine the elassdicalion of an Indian as  non-status.    1,   Initially,   there  were  many, Indians  living   in   extreme   isolation,   who   were  simply  nev#r registered. These were the  first  non-status Indians,  included  in  this-  groufJ are the Metis or half-breeds\of the  Prairie Provinces.  7 2. Secondly, the Indian Act provides  that a female, Indian who marries a person not registered as an Indian has her  name   automatically   remm-pH   fmm   -i-ho  lir.'-n re: iniiv.il .le- I'm' ciViilm;',  "I people thai are ili'.'.i;;ii./h  ���static   Indians.   Tlievi   ha\ e.   J'i.  pan,  leA.-ls  \Uo . (.'.i7m\i  I ,|.N lll'/l"  iui lhe niu.l  >een completely ignored by ail  government and governmental  agencies. Various factors have combined  lo deny them\aceess to the social, educational, and health benefits that are available to other citizens.     \  The.    P. 0.    Association    of    nou -.taniF:  Indian  .is  a  new   organisation,  and   was  ol'^uiliVoil In \irl inlhitr the needs of 'ihe  noiysuuns Indian 1.1'.i British Crilum-hia  N who, iiieidentalls', number slightly in ex-  \(V^, ul' Ihe registered liulian*., It has hefii  reengni.'t'd thai :vny- upward *-.<n'iq 1 or  r*roii,iirui- a.haiu-e w'dl_ he furthcoming,  (Hi!> Diri'ii^h I!),* ti.rgaiii. ed ei!,.,! , .J :���"..'  v.oii Niatu.s  Indian  liniisel)'.  Membership in the B.C.A.N.S.I, is  open" to non-registered Indians who are  of at least one-qu-arter native Indian ancestry. The spouse of a regular member  may also he accepted for regular membership, even if he or she may be non-  Indian. Associate rriem.beiT.hips are allmv-  pd   hut   the.v  cannot  vote  on  Association  The  Pcn.insula Times  Page B-7  .ik<,  \  "**  ^Saw^^^***-;''  Wednesday, August 2, 1972  the>'  can    -,erve    on  U>.  Lu* me..;,    ailh.Hi'.di  i ..iviiniltee*,.  '���.''.v*   v'.'.t V"' l'\ t.,('   NUo   -V *.iwi:ituiu ,-*.:*  ������v.>vuU\ '.uailcrship- and   direction, for 4..7'  Indian   people   who.- are   not   eligible   for  assistance   under   Federal' .program's, ^nd.  wiio are handicapped due to lack of ibdu-'  cation and a poor\sdcio-economic position.  Anyone desiring' further information  about the B.C.A.pi.S.I:,, or wishing lo join  lhe Sunshine Coasl local,- |\lease contact  H<-n Pi est at 886 9'A2,, or irnelda Schmid-  t.aiier al   8s6-2918.  C. E, WAGNER D.P.ivB, x  Podiatrist���Foot Specialist will beln Bella Beach Motel  (formerly  Vic's/ at  Davis Bay  August   14  instead  of  7.   .     >. "'-    '   "   '       "  August  \  Appointments  made  for  August 7   will" be  accepted  on  August  For appointments  phone  886-7005  after 6:00 p.m.  14.  oast Business  rector  ACCOUNTANTS  W^  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Indian registry, thereby becoming xa non-      Tel  status Indian.  In the case of a male Indian, however,  should he marry a person who is not s wm^m  registered as an Indian, he not only retains his rights but also has his wife  registered as* an Indian; a glaring example of descrimination because of sex, in  contravention of the Canadian Bill of  Bights. x  ���3. The Indian Act has a provision  whereby an Indian may voluntarily become enfranchised. Upon signing the proper 'document and receiving a small sum  of money, as his share of the Band Funds;  the person is told that he or she is now  legally _ member of the white race and  is led.to believe that they may now share  in the "good life" that is enjoyed"by the  rest of society.  However, it soon becomes painfully  eyident that in most cases, rather than  having advanced, the enfranchised person has dropped to an even lower niche  in the social scale. Not only does he still  retain all of the problems that he had as  an Indian, but he finds that he must now  do without the help that is available to  his registered relatives. In addition to  this, he finds that all of his sons and  daughters,, regardless of their ages or  their wishes, have automatically been  stricken  from  the   registry.  11 has been reliably reported that the  various Indian Agencies have, in the  past, been assigned quotas, as to the  number of enfranchisements thai were  expected   by   the  Department   of   Indian  -^Af-fek-s-���    These then are the factors that have  Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Hbrris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ART  SUPPLIES   DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Croft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY $1 1.25 gal.  Cowrie Street - Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  Free  Estimates ���>-* Fast Service  G & W  DRYWALL  ~ Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula  Phone 884:5315  Bo��  166. Port Mellon:) B.C  AUTO   SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas  Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP   StMONTZmn3 ���  9___  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTQR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone:  886-7107  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  RADIATOR SHOP  Take the HEAT OFF Your Engine Cooling  System Repairs. Autos - Trucks - Troctors -  Oil   Coolers   -   Heat    Exchangers   -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Recoring  DAILY AFTER 6 P.M.���ALL DAY WEEKENDS  4/10 MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes the difference.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN  YOU  NEED  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  GIVE  US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CHARTER JSO^TS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira  Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24'  Catalina  Cruiser.  Guides available.   Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-22*42  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE    SERVICE  REASONABLE  RATES  Phone:  Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2-424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential  Wiri  Appliance  PHONE 8  Box 387,  [g and Major  e pairs  -9978  Sechelt,  B.C.  BLAIR  ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial  Wiring  Phone 886-7816  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified  Electricians  Phone  Day or Eve. 885-2062  MACHINE  SHOP  At the 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  Phone 886.7721 Res   886-9956. 886-932*  MARINE  SERVICES    CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street^ Sechelt  Pender Harbour - 883-2513      -  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  ot Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  FUEL  c  p.  ANADIAN      PROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving 4the Sunshine Coast with  reliable ana  economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot  Water  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf  and   Dolphin   -  Sechelt,   B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed (pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  f-Rh  L.SS  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  C^^ODLICTS  THE ANGLICAN {HURCH  OF CANADA  Fot" details of summer services at  Sechelt, Redrooffs; Pender harbour  and Egmont please phone:   ,..'..,.885-9793   ���    885-2133   ,885-9673    ���    885-2320  ^PENDER���HARBOUR^  FULL GOSPEL  JABERNACLF  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERYICE���.11:00 A.M.  ,,  ���   Pastor Roy. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park " B83r2374  Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Service  REPAIR SHOP  Parking and Moorage Available  TILLICUM BAY MARINA  Colin and Evelyn McKinnon  Jim and Iris Miller  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  885-2100  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS;  Sochelt: Tues.-Thurs, 10 a.m,-3 p.m. "'  Fri, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.: Sat, 10 a.m.-3 p,m.  Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.,  Frt. 10 a,m.-6 p.m.  BLASTING  SUNSHINEXOAST,  GOSPECCmRCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���. IO5OO o,m,  Church Service ~ 1 1115 a.m.,  Eyonlnq Sorvlco 7i3Q p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CAjSSELLS  Povli Pay RAad^and A'tWu*  (2 bloeki up from Hlflhwny),  Tho United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John't Unltod Church - Payl�� Bay  Sunday Sorvlqos - 9)30 fl.ri),  Robert* Crook United  Sunday Services - 2i30 p,m,  1    '    Glbion* United Church  ���-��������-" SuncioyServlces-s-ltr* 5 a,m,������  Port Mellon United  Sunday Sorvlcos - 7l3Q p,m  , (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Mlnlitry  n     .  Rev, Wm Williamson - Gibson* - 006-2333  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  , FREE ESTIMA] fcS  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  H   '     ' ' ���    ���     ���       ,    1  TED'S-BPVSTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donloy 893-2734  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box 89, Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE '  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,   Box   172,  Sechelt,   B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations;- Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  ^Land^Ci  Tree Topping" - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED        .'  AND REPAIRED '���  All Work Guaranteed >?  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs    '  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021 '  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting    ,  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  <  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins. Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  * No clown payment - Bank interest  ��� ���__ Ten years to oav  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS   ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next ro the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  _��. SECHELT.��BEAUTY-SAL0NL-�����  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  . '     Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Sti, Phone  PAINTING  & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  [ PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  1B1RNJI0A7  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2818  ,ww��a��a��wa������VMaifaww��aw������w����Ma������Ma��aiaiww��a��a��>wawMWWWwwMa  Baptist Churcli Services  BETHEL~BAPTIST~CHURCH  Mermaid ahd Troll; Socholf  Sunday School 10;00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11115 a.m  B05-966B  *��l9--*4d*ii*Ym9m*i��^^ ^t*W VV  CALYARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Road, Glbioni  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School! 0:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m,  066.2150  Rev. J. E, Harrlt, Intorlm Pnitor  806-7776  FREE  Phono 885-2304 L. C, Emerson   If No Answer Loqvo Mossaoo at,  B85-9326  R.R. 1, Sochelt, B.C.  BUILDERS , ,, ,  TCORCRETE* FORM" RENTALS^  FOR'ALL" TYPES OF' BASEMENTS  RASY ERFjCTION ANP STRIPPING  .^Complnin jnslrucilono ProvlcJ��rl  FISHER FORM RENTALS'  886-9951  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  -7-CUST0M HOMES ���PRE-FAD-HOMES   High Quality . . . Reasonable Prlcos  Buy a Package,and erect It yoursolf, Pr.fl��t.  our professional holp.  GARDEN BAY, D.C, v Phont Rrw, BB3-27W  "BUIUDINO-SUPPMES"  ��� '< ��    P;Y, Services Ltd.    ,   /  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries loj  Dispatcher at 005-9030, ovca. 886-7375  Offlpo Hours 8:3;P a'.m, lov|!30 p,m,        *  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  7','       Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  -,...  ,...-,.;..'... Walks...�� Driveways ,  Froo Estimates Phono 885.9413  DISPOSAL SERVICES     "*  SERVICES LTP. ��'  PbRT MECCON lo OLE'S GOVE  Toll 986-2930 or 885-9V73  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.  Whon Renovating Or Spring Cloanlno.  ,,���.Contaln��3r�� Availablo,...���,-,^,.1��.^,..  ���*'*I''l).,9-*r'*vt  ELECTRICIANS  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Oulldlno Stor��  For All Your BuiIdlna. Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTP-  1653 Seavlew.f Phono 886-2642,  ,  ���, "*."* v;        ', 7  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring',"  Electric Hoat - Mno Work  Phono 886-7244  ^������.������������_.>��wm,,w^,whwww,��www,w>,.BiMii,i,,.i, '*  ���_���.BE.ELECTRIG-UTD^^-^^;  RnnMonllal and Commorclal, Malnlenniirn nnd  De��lfln, 24 Hour Answering Sfrrvlcc,   FREE' ESTIMATES '  Dob, Lambert       886-7605 N Pollniky  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domest1c"��VG���  Telcphono 885-9606  Pox 164, Secholt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING   OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS,,     Nothlnp Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  1 Lljjht Plumblno  ���i*���* Roy*Blan"he"^=*'*-883*24M^---M-  IROIMWORKS  i  Box 860 �� Gibsons  Ponder Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALU TYPES  Rofiklentlai ��� Induslrlal^Commercial  All woik qi^aranlccd - Frea osilmoiP!.  Jo�� McCtinn, Don 157, Madolfa Park  Phono 883-9913  wit****  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRpN WORKS  WROUGHT. IRON RAILINGS .  ,���AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL,^  ' IRON WORK  Phono 806-7029 - BB6-7036 . 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  ��� ,    ,i        i ��� ' ���";     i    Welcome, to Tho Flobrshlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  ^-^^jANITQR-SKRVIGri^-^T^  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamflttlno  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  ���    Repairs - Alterations - New. Installations ? >��  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  ),,.���;,., ..LTD.,...        ��� , ���   Govt. Certified Plumber   ���;   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825���, SECHELT, B.C.  "PENINSULA PLUMBING" LTPr*  Sales and Sorvlco ��� 886-9533  ' 'I'verylhlhg for lho Dd-lt-YoMrr.olfer      ""'"'  Conlioct & Renovations  'FREE ESTIMATES  Lon Coates 886.7685  Ray Coates 886.9533 ��� 886.7872   .  '... .... "7 PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  ,; NEW WORKlandlSERyiCEy.QW. " '���"���'  Gov't. 'Certified Plumber  Phone 883-2720  Box 63 ,   ���   Madeira Park, B.C,  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS _  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-752!  SPORTING GOODS "  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  .RshiDa Supplies - Boats new and  <  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 Sechi  '  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay j  Sechelt, B.C. )  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  <  TIRES  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  ��� '   I1   '   '������    '���'.���' 7t)  COASTAL TIRES ^   Sunshine-Coast'Highway'"' "' ";"'"i -  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.. Phono 886-2700,  l{  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Availablo 7J  tMonday to Saturday,8i30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m..'..  Friday evening by appointment only.  ���������aaMaBMMUaanMaaaaaMaMBMFf*..  TOWING  Scowl ���- Logt  SECHELT TOWING 8, SALVAC*  , :'���'       ', ,..'LTD.v       '��� ���7,   ;,���  .Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing     '  L, HIGGS ,<  ,, U_ ... Phono. 885-9425, _ .^ .���. 2.  TRANSFER  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  , Spray Buffing ��,Window Cloanlnq ,,  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-71317, Glbjiont,: B.C..  -JOHNSON'S"  mAfm*lm��>mmmtis*  * BUILDING MAINTKNANCB  7   Specializing In;  - Paper Hanging; Interior & Exterior decoratlno,  Riia Cleaning, All typwi of Building  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning, ,  ��� PHONI BB5.9718 AFTSR 4 P.M,  .- .   , Bt* 642 . 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Furniture to anywhore In Cana'do,����'���  General Frolflht., Law-bed ��� and heavy haullnfl  l-aw-ww���aM�����aa^M.M��aaa��  T.V * niiicl RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST f.V. SALES  8. SERYICE LTD.  ADMIRAU   !Z'  ELECTROHOME '  Gordon Ollvof  '-    Ed Nlcholaop  In Tho Heart Of Downtown -Sechelt  Box 799, Sochelt 885-9816  "CLOSED" ON "MONDAYS ":   <��lw��n��w  Your Business Card  ,..,, Jn this space, will,.      reach nearly 10,000 peoplol  Low cost �� Hlah, poorer  UPHOLSTERY  *   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ANP DRAPERIES  R��upholit��rlri0 - Reityilng ��. Completa Qwprr,  Servlco��Sampjes ihown In tho homo <  ���<��-��**.i��^*.  m  ' Phono 8ff��5��205O  ���'..i,..,,.,77.\^r.m,H...^mn,,^���m,^,.���m  m0 A,  nsr*  \  Dave Barrett . . .  P leader proposes  arm land preservation  Sechelt News Notes  ���by  Peggy  Connor  PRESERVING   farm   land   in   the   Fra.ser  Valley  is  an integral  pai-t of protecting  B.C's environment,  rJew   Democratic.  Party leader Dave Barrett said Thursday  July 27.  "The \NDP would require an evaluation of the environmental impact of such  developments as the conversion of farm  land   into residential   land,"   Barrett  said.  "New Democratic Party MLAs will  work hard to introduce a land zoning  program that will protect agricultural  land and prevent it being subdivided for  industrial and residential use."  He said the NDP favors giving financial assistance lo independent farmers  who are on the verge of selling their land  to real estate speculators.  ln oilier environmental matters, Barret! attacked the Social Credit government   for proposing  the construction of a  day of operation.    "Things���like  copper   smelters   provider  jobs that are badly needed in our province but the Social Credit government  is negligent in ignoring--the environmental aspects of the proposed smelter," said  Barrett.  Barrett ai.sb advocated the formation  of an environmental reparation fund  which would be used to cover the costs  of cleaning up ecu-disasters such as oil  spills.  "We can't afford lo haggle about bureaucratic details when the environment  is being ravaged," said Barrett.  "When the NDP caucus returned from  meetings with Washington State legislators we1 told the Social Credit government  that Washington was ready to- co-operate  on joint pollution control of oil spills but  tlie Socreds refused to take action.  smeller with a "high-stack" device in lhe  Cariboo. The high stack is supposed to  remove pollutants  from  discharges.  "1 learned from Alberta's Environment  Minix'ler, Bill Yurko, that the high stack  process is an ineffective means of controlling pollution," said Barrett.  "The Alberta government is successfully demanding that between 95 and 99  per cent of sulphur emissions from natural gas operations be recovered.  "We can demand the same high level  of sulphur recovery here in B.C., and we  must demand such measures from indus-  Iry if we are to regain control of our  environment."  Barrett said the NDP favors the construction of the copper smelter in the  Cariboo urea but it must have adequate  pollution controls installed from the first  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and  Handles, Wedges  and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  885-2812  Box 636 Sechelt, B.C.  "finally when an oil spill did occur a  few months ago the present government  was forced to do something about preparing for oil spills.  "The present government is a government that must be forced to act. It says  'Why ruin a good promise by doing  something.' "  Barrett asked voters to help force the  government into action by electing more  NDP MLAs who will fight for the needs  of B.C.  BC Safety Council's  motorcycle training  WHEELS on  tarmac will  be  heard  once  more at Boundary Bay on Sunday,  August 6 when, by special arrangement,  the mothballed airport comes alive for  the B.C. Safety Council's Motorcycle  Training   Course.  This Novice Course, conducted by seasoned instructors using motorcycles supplied by lhe Council, will run for seven  consecutive   Sundays.  Participants must be sixteen years old  and have learner's permi.ts and helmets.  Cost of the 25 hour course is $30.  For full details call the B.C. Safety  Council 684-1351.  FISH story of the week ha.-, to involve  ... lhe two young fellows who went fishing in a small boat .off Trail Islands: The  bait was a rriuch u'secT dead herring that  ���had been in and out�� of the freezer several-times then, put o,n the hook backwards. Rob Bredefeld was sure" he had  a dogfish so reeled it in quickly and to  the amazement of Rob and his partner  Scott Henderson, in came a 22 pound Red  spring salmon netted in a broken net.  ^VISITORS  Two visitors from England on a first  trip here and very favorably impressed  are* Mr. Archie Williarhs' sisters. Miss  Adelaide Williams and Mrs. Helen Race  from Alton, Hampshire, England. They  enjoyed their flight here, and are well on  their way to ��� six weeks holiday.  Not really holidaying at the Williams  are daughter Margaret and' her husband'  John Webb and their four children. They  are in lhe process of moving down here  from Tahsis, Mr. Webb is an Industrial,  Arts teacher and will be teaching at  -feffi   was   Mr.   and   Mrs  null    their   son   Qraham  Allen, here to visit  and his wife  Dianne  Former Sechelt residents, Mrs. Elaine  Benz \^.i'h daughter Barbara from_..Altus,  Oklahoma came up with Mrs. Benz' son  Jack Bishop and his wife Ann, who reside in North Vancouver, to visit the  Cliff Connor's and the Jack Andersons.  E.'ainc's husband Frank is busys flying,  crop dusting r?�� Oklahoma.  Mrs. Paula Chi&bons has her sister  Judy and husband Raja Kowalchuck visiting with their two sons Ray and Mathew  from Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Lome Wigard are down  from Port Alice with their sons Gunnar  and David for a month's ^holiday part of  which they will spend in Sechelt' at  Lome's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar  Wigard. A visi.t to relatives at Enderby is  the other part of'their plan.  It was a great day for fishing when  Capt. Gordon Jones and wife Myheera  took their friends the Bryants from Seat  Page "8-8 The Peninsula Times"  Wednesday, August 2, 1972  ticipating   public   for   donation   of   books  or buying of same. ��  \ Credit goes lo the GUI Guides Misses  Barbara and Beverly Jackson and Barbara IVifson whir not only worked from  11 to- 4 p.m. but made the interesting  posters advertising the sale._"'"  Sechelt    Brownie    Pack   Brown    Owl  Mrs. Paula Gibbons convenoi\ along with  ^Mrs.   Charlotte   Jackson   worked   pricing  ^ and setting up. Along with Mrs. Donalda  x Sigouin the three ending Yip working all  day   to  4  p.m.  Helpers  on  the��: morning  shift -were  Mrs.   Diane  Youn��   and   Mrs.  Kay  Nelson, with Mrs.  Eleanor  Hatfield  aiding in the setting up of the tables.  Thanks   people   we  will   appreciate   a  repeat performance next year.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  886^827  Gibsons  All Shows At 8 p.m. And In Color  No  Admittance  t��  Misss Bees Card and Gift Shop is now  open on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m,  Wharf Road, Sechelt.  \Thursdoy - Friday - Saturday  August3, 4, 5  THE  OMEGA  MAN  CHARLTON HESTON  One of the last men left on this earth in  this vScien'ce  Fiction. MATURE  Sunday ��� Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday  August 6, 7^ 8, 9  How to Succeed with Sex  also  ZETA ONE  persons under  10.  WARNING: Much Nudity and Simulated  Sex Activity.  Never discharge sewage or waste into  any   fresh water  course..  Elphinstone come  Mrs. Lily Dunlop is leaving Sechelt,  this willing talented \worker for many  organizations will not be lost to the area  as she will be living at Hopkins Landing;  Her new residence overlooks the first  home she and her husband had on the  Sunshine Coast.  Off to Ottawa is Karen Spencer of  Davis Bay, illness of her sister-in-law  Judy prompted brother Terry to call on  Karen to help look after their two youngsters 4 and 1 year olds. Karen will be  away for two weeks on this her first  venture out of the province.  Friends visiting the Herb Ebachs' at  Davis Bay are Mr. and Mrs. Ted  Sigouin and their three children from  Haney.  At Mr. and Mrs. Ed Messriers home,  now at Wilson Creek, are-their nephew  and his wife, Dennis^and Arliene Mclvpr  and three, children from Calgary.  Two Messner daughters have also been  home for a visit'. Mrs. Christene Dotzel  with son Lyle from Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Polreis. Anna  heim, Saskatchewan..  The world shrinks! Mr. and Mrs. gill  and Madeline Grose of Roberts Creek  are enjoying a visit from old friends from'  London, England Mr. and Mrs. Doug  Brown. _ ,  The Brown's came over on a Charter  flight and were pleased to meet another  couple who were coming to Sechelt. This  tie out with Cliff. Gordon wan  the  king  fisher of the day catching a 27 and a 22  -pounder, the rest of the party had good  catches -of springs and cohoes.  Last year Mr. Mack and Bessie Baba  of   Roberts   Creek   went   on   holiday   to  ���Japan where they must have talked up  the beauties of B.C. for this year they  have had many visitors from Tokyo and  other parts of Japan come to see f"br  themselves.  BIRTHDAY  The Extended Care Lounge at St.  Mary's Hospital, was where Mrs. "Alexandra Beck celebrated her birthday on  July 28. The Jiostesses for the evening  were members of the Pender Harbour  Auxiliary, Mrs. Eunice Porteous, Mrs.  Sally Robinson, Mrs. Hazel Dietz and one  of" the Junior Volunteers from Halfmoon  Bay Miss Els Zuidema.  Mrs. Beck's daughter, Mrs. Eileen Girard, produced a beautifully decorated  cake from the family who were well represented there.  GUIDES'  SALE  The public who so kindly bought out  (heir excess books and the members who  did likewise besides bringing home-made  goodies for sale will be delighted to hear  the Guides Bake and Book sale was a  tremendous success realizing a profit of  $200.35.  A big thank you to Mr. Bernel Gordon for letting them set up in front of his  office in Sechelt. Thanks  to all the par-  B.C. SALAD DAYS  ARE HERE!  A great salad calls for fresh, crispy salad greens - and  right now you can enjoy an abundant supply of our own  garden-fresh B.C. produce. Head lettuce, romain, endive  and other choice leafy greens . . . hothouse tomatoes  ... green onions . .. radishes ;.. cucumbers. Ready to  combine in your favorite salads throughout the warm  weather months ahead. Our great farming areas of the  Fraser Valley and Okanagan yield some of the finest  garden produce in North America - and the peak growing season is now underway. Take advantage of the  fresh, nourishing goodness of these fine foods today.  For a variety of delightful salad ideas, write:  ^��*^b.G. FOOD INFORMATION  * GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  %  I  I  I  I  55:  1  i  fJMMM0WMrMJJW_TM_Y_r_r_Ti  SMART GIRLS SHOP AT  "ciruuins  cJLihe  5 Flavors,  48 ox   HI-C FRUIT DRINKS  MALKINS TOMATO JUICE ..so,  j| for fl&wiJ   39c  FREan CREAM BISCUITS a-;     Jfor 1,00  CASHMERE BATHROOM TISSUE 4s       43*  COFFEE BREAK COFFEE, .brpKS7       r^j>c  mvim\wm'^:7i.7Z.iH7W  KELLOGG'S COM FLAKES 16 ���,    .... $9*  ROBIN HOOD FLOUR     ;     20-. 1.59  SliNRYPE APPLE PIE FILLING 1,0,   .,29*  FROZOFROZEN FRENCH FRIES 4Pl!S:2 .of69c  (ORNISH GAME HENS  20 to   24 oz.    Each  NEW  ZEALAND  lAMBLEGS  BOLOGN  By Tho, Piece  ���.,.���,,  lb  Pickle 8. Pimanto  Macaroni & Choose  Chicken Loaf .,.���.������ pkg.  RUPERT-FROZEN-FISH-&-CHIPS  20 ox.  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