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Array \  Ni4>*  ^Vf  \  \\  \  V  ��� . 4    ��� ** \ ��� ' ��� *  Somewhat upset? . . .  ��� ^ . . ^ .^ ,4. , ^  West raises big outcry!  challenges vBoard Chairman  CHALLENGING Chairman of the Regional Board, Mr. Hairy Almond's right  to form a Building Committee/Director  Frank West said at last week's Board  meeting that he doubted whether the  chairman can create committees without  agreement of the board.  Staling*, that he felt the Building Committee was wrong in concept, We^st later  said that he would not support it and he  cannot live with it. Director Tyner agreed  stating that he would not accept any of  the   committee's   recommendations   with-.  out scrutiny and would refuse to anyway until such time the. board member  responsible was in control.  ���*-<��o discover what was so ominous  about the building committee. The Times  reporter contacted Mr. Almond, who said  that no authority had been delegated this  committee whatsoever. ....It_was._. formed  simply to discuss the many problems  which the building inspector encounters  and to sort out any differences. Such a  committee is even more, necessary because of the new uniform building code  which will affect the whole province.  The building committee is * comprised  of Regional Board directors Harry Almond, Cliff Thorold, Lome Wolverton,  Mayor Wally Peterson who represents  the Village of Gibsons on the Regional  Board, Building Inspector Fred Reyburn,  Mr. Poison of Roberts Creek who is a  retired architect, arid- Mr; Morris Girard'  who is a plumber-  Referring to this committee, West said  that out of the seven members, four have  not got thp function, by this��, he meant  that only directors representing electoral  areas can vote on planning matters. Even  worse said West, "five have a vested interest in  building  inspection."  REPORT  IGNORED  Explaining  why   he  felt   the  building  committee���was���necessary,���chairman A1-  Servlng the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopfcins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Crfeek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bdy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. I 142  Union   ��^>!��   Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST,  Volume 9, No. 32 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1972  f?ime4  r  r  NEW SERVICE  Hon. Isabel Dawson announces that,  she has received from the Department  of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement that a social worker and stenographer will be established on a full time  basis  in Sechelt.  -Location and,-commencement .o��. this.  service will be made known shortly.  Meanwhile, the question of increased  service for the Gibsons area is also under study and consideration.  NO  INCREASE  The Times has not increased in price  to 20c. The amount published on last  week's paper was a typographical error.  The incident was quickly pointed out  by a buffoon to many of our sales outlets and caused a little inconvenience.  Our apologies and���again���price stays at  15c.     SUBDIVISION  Council of Seehelt at last regular  meeting approved request to subdivide  a further portion of property at West  Porpoise Bay by Osborne Logging. Nine  mond cited the recent incident when a  permit for a mobile home had been refused because it did not have the CSA  seal of approval. Later the board passed  a miotion permitting a permit to be issued  without finding out why it had been refused by the building inspector. If the  building*1 inspector had been unfair then  this should have been dealt with, said ������**. -  Almond.  In reply, West said this complaint had  been dealt with in sub-committee. At  the regular meeting in May there was  unariimous agreement that tjie "permit  should be issued. Director Lome Wolverton pointed out that it was not unanimous as he was away at the time.  GRIEVANCE  Director Tyner said that he feels thai  the building committee was set up to  side-track complaints of constituents who  petition the board for relief from grievance which is rarely of a technical  nature." There are a numiber of people  on the committee who are not responsible to electors" said Tyner, who added  he would not approve the building bylaw until he was satisfied it is fairly administered.  Director West offered the same sentiments  saying  that the  committee, would  "take the heat off the building inspector  who can shove the responsibility onto the  committee and subsequently to the-board  making  it  responsible  for   technical   details whan it should only be responsible  for policy".'   .West said he might ieel the building-  committee did a first class job but would  the same  impression  be in the  mind  of  the taxpayer or the  man whose  licence ���  has been refused.  On the matter of giving advice on the  Building Code and changes in Legislation, West said he feels the cornmdttee is  only interested in building and not interested in the taxpayer. If a director has  to deal with a complaint over a licence,  he can't deal with it fairly because he  has an interest in it. West added that he  cannot agree with the terms of reference  ���and-ealleeHI-er���a-speeial-beard-^neeting-to-  Nine year old dies  in mini-bike mishap  NINE year old Rami Clarke of Porpoise  Bay was killed instantly last Monday,. June 26th when he rode -a.powered  mini-bike into the bath ot a scnooi bus.  No blame is attached to the driver James  Dixon who had no opportunity to avoid  the youngster as he drove from a side  lane into the path of the bus. x  The  son  of  Ray  and Gladys  Clarke,  Rami -has a twin brother Michael.  Extra Health Inspector  operating trqm Gibsons  COAST-Garibaldi Health Unit is pleased.,  to announce that an additional Health  Inspector has been approved for: the ^Peninsula area.  The hew Inspector is expected to arrive August 1, 1972, and his office will be  located in the Health Unit building, 1474  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons.  Mr. Peter Bell, Senior Public Health  Inspector will continue to* supervise the  Peninsula area from Powell River. However, commencing in August, applications  for private sewage disposal, and other  heahn unit matters,should be directed to  the Gibsons office.  Fish   Story  Surprise visitor who presented prizes Saturday evening. It took  at Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary Fishing Derby wds the Hon.  Ralph Loffmark pictured with Derby  Convenor Joy Philip and 1st prize  winner Lyle Alexander who found  there's many a slip twixt th^catch  and the scales when his 24 lb 8 oz  a skin-  diver to retrieve the fish and there  were enough witnesses to substantiate the claim which made Mr.  Alexander a very happy man. TThe  crafty fish was safely incarcerated  in ice when the winner received his  $100  prize,   from    the   Minister  of  Remarks challenaed  salmon slipped' from his fingers*9to" "Health who is~a long-time"friend of  slide   between  the   ramp    and  the    Mr. Alexander,  wharf-deck as he rushed to the scales  Hon, Ralph Loiimark , . .  VacatiGning Health Minister  discusses Pender Clinic  Coast Chilcotin member  pil^  PLEASANT   surprise     for     the   Pender  Harbour    Ladies     Auxiliary    to    St.  be attended only by directors who have a  voice or vote on building in "the Regional  District (this excludes the two village  representatives).  ...adjdii-j.onal   lots.. are. . involved.   Easgr&gnt    UNIvraSAL _.���.. ^   _ ....^. .     ^-    . .  -'������       ���   " ���    ...:.���.-.4--t    *.-.    a _<_L'.. __-.._._   - "^Wesf'Slso called for a Iook at ���'building  Mary's Hospital, operating a fishing derby last weekend, was the unexpected arrival of Health Minister Ralph Loffmark.  Mr. Loffmark, up on a fishing visit  with-his friends* Art Alexander and RosS ,  trict. He will be meeting this week with  Doctor  Brand   to   discuss   final   pertinent  APPEARANCE as a guest speaker by  MP Paul St. Pierre at the June Dinner meeting of the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce would hardly be  termed a success from the point of view  of St. Pierre.  Some seventy members and guests  attended the meeting held. last Wednesday, June 28th at the Peninsula Dining  Lounge. To many it was the first time-  they had seen their representative at a  public   function..  of  introduced by vi?cee president George  details and providing agreement is reach- Flay, gt. Pierre told his audience that  ed then the way will be clear for estab- his j0b as Member of Parliament involves  lishment of a new clinic. .      much   diplomacy,   long   hours   and   hard  A house has already been located for     0ften d\x\\ work. He has, however, travel-  Dr.  Brand  who  has. indicated  readiness     \eA   extensively   in  connection  with  the  .-A-TlA     ' I*':-J-- A^-,.i ���u~'-..*,iiu.U*u;^ v.���,  probably  have  to  answer  a  number  questions  first",  he  stated.  Drawing a comparison between wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill  and today's Conservative Prime Minister Edward Heath, St. Pierre said. Mr.  Churchill was a man who believed in  "hands across the water". Mr. Heath, on  the other hand, tends to favour unity  with Europe. He stressed the fact that  he was not reflecting hostility to the  British action, in fact "if I was British  I would vote for such a move". He explained that "the move will result in a  much better and prosperous Britain  which ultimately will , prove of advantage to Canada.  As to the United States  and Canada  forming a Common Market, this he does  was also approved for .underground  power line and water to a boat harbour  ���part of the subdivision.  inspection as it is now. He said the Buildr  ���see page  A-7  .mediately  agreed  to  preWThe  awards'* She   new   Guudm^ ernrn^nt. ���*��*. meaffotal assimilation of the p^rCa-  New oremises  Legion Branch 140 Sechelt  prepares to call for bids  to winners. Weigh-in was at the Irvines  Landing wharf and the minister was  soon renewing old acquaintances and  making   new   ones.  Although strictly on a vacation, Mr.  Loffmark followed up his Derby participation with a visit to the Madeira Park  site of a proposed shopping centre. His  interest was inspection of a suggested  location for a medical clinic which,, after  careful study, he indicated would be satisfactory. However, he did suggest the  location , need not necessarily; be permanent.  In an interview with The Times, the  TENPERS* will soon be. called, for,. Royal year ..payable and are, an excellent invest7,  Canadian  Legion  Branch   140's  spac-     ment.  ious new premises in Sechelt, Once   the   new   Legion   premisses   are ,.,,�����     ** .    .  *   Latest bulletin'7br'e^  the Branch is pleased to'announce arrival     will be used for activities for the youth     Brand ol Vancouver is very interested in  of the district,  of the final plans for the new building to  be erected on Wharf Road in Secholt,���--"������-1-  The 7800<sq. fl. building will comprise  lounge- accomodation,' games area and an  auditorium with catering facilities for  250 people It is also hoped 16 provide a  STEADY GROWTH  ' This building is thu culmination of  steady* growth of the Legion in Secholt,  Halfmoon*Bay and Wilson Crook areas.  the area. Ho is well qualified, is on the   .  ,stall', of TVancou vol: , General, Hospital ,ancl,   his wife is a registered nurse. Should he  agree to take up practice in Pender Hyr- j;  bour lie will decide on Ills requirements  as far as a clinic is concerned and will  "-"uiric^  sldered  to  bo  idea),  close  to  Sechelt's     '" ��    ~"'~  ,, shopping \imd business area and yet, wlH  not create a traffic problem as parking ls  assured for approximately 80 cars.  As soon as the plans have lho approval  of���tho Fire Marshall, tenders will bo called for .structure of the new building and  1   SMb-traiio contractors'* will very definitely  ��������������� bo local tradesmen,   * ���  PUBLIC OFFER  w��^^MoHL��i,ccqnl--l.��ppy^.not(,,���fl,tulc8r.lho��  ���'������bulloUh,*t','Js'-A'ith��t,'HhQii'SUpoi,lntQnclenV,',ol''!  Brokers has declaredthai, llio debentures  required for financing can bo sold to tho  tjanoral public, Whoso arc available In  .flOO; 1,15500; and' -151,000 aqnomlnatlons,  bearing lntorcal at 7 l/_ per oon,t' annum,  Thoy aro flvo yoar callable by lot and ton  lur Branch members, 10 honorary, members and 52 fraternal affiliate members,  There is room for 20 more affiliate members and' room for every veteran In the  district who wishos to Join tho Legion.  Tho Ladles Auxiliary too would welcome blood relatives of cx-sorvlcomeo  so that they couldoxpand*their activities,  ...The constitution of the Royal 'Canadian Legion ls" being changed so that  shortly, sons and daughters of veterans  tion.  Muin factor involved al this timo is  agreement''between" the doctor .and Mr.  , Loffmark for while there, Is no Intention of establishing a government doctor  and clinic, it will probably be necessary  to Hubr-jjjkllzo both clinic and salary until  self-supporting, ,,,.',  Of, greatest, Importance, pointed ���oiit  lho minister, is support by local residents  for it is not easy  to determine at tills  the minister made clear the fact that  requirements and location will be entirely at discretion of the doctor.  St. Mary's Hospital  shares administrator  ST. MARY'S Hospital in Sechelt is sharing with Lions Gate Hospital the  1 services of administrator Mr. J. E. Bragg.  Making this* announcement at last week's  brief  meeting   of   the  Regional  Hospital  District, chairman Frank West said the  "airri'ls-1,6- reduce* the*,'*pi'esehT',acficit'ahd"  cul down on general administrative costs.  Mr/West said the appointment which  ifuii experiment had' been' made by the    'MarkQl^Mia**^  Hospital Board with approval of BCH1S       '   '- ! '   -   "-- "*������"���������        ���  and  BCHA,  It  is  hoped   thai  over  tho  months, considerable savings can be made.  by   using   the   purchasing   facilities   of  j^j^Qy^r H5sipital'"W*baiir,b'jyihB,"of*'  supplies,   ���> Anothor,��� advantage, .,suld,.,,,.'Mr,.���:,VYQHt,,.  would bo to get St, Mary's Hospital payroll on data processing attached to Lions  Gate  Hospital.   This   would   relievo .the  colossal  amount  of  work ' at the year's  end,  He drew attention to the fact that  during the past two years a great shake-  up has been taking place throughout the  world. "It is still spinning and when it  finally settles down I would not attempt  to forecast, at this time, what the future  will hold", he said.  However, all is not lost for according  to Mr. St. Pierre' "Canada today is a  very happy country", He said that unemployment is a major problem but in  March   1972  some  8,000,000  people were  actually working. We also have a lower.  inflation rate than anywhere in the Western world. "That is the good news", he  added, . "\  Bulk of St. Pierre's comments dealt  with   Britain's  entry   into   the   Common  os I decisions tho British Government has  over had to make, "it is impossible lo  say just how important a decision It was",  ' he s'tiid. "Many Canadians fail lo realize  "just"-'howclose -Europe**has-been-to -con-.  federation,'As of January 1st next, 'people from Italy, Germany, Norway, Denmark, France, and all within the' Com.  mon market will havo free entry Into  Britain and tho Job market, no passports or questions asked, Canadians, however, will havo lo produce passports and  ircia|iwboeon)Q,��� regular,, niomb.ors  gradual"Injection ��� of��youtlv"into.<Loglniv  projects It,Is anticipated,that tho contrl-,  b'ltloh' to (jpoi in unity well-being will be  greatly enlarged, In 1071 approximately  $5,000 wan' contributed''to"uomrnunlty a|-'  fairs by Brunch NO and Its .httrd-wbrklng  Ladles Auxiliary.  - to>--attend���������� local'olln|c,Ho n��lcl> 1i1h, cla-1  purtmanl does not believe In oxertlnn  (idvornmoiUal oohti'ols'ovQr a doctor bill  prefers to have thorn practice os Indfvl-  duals'lwUhout. strings; It was therefore,  ot l'lrsl Jmpprtanco to I'Jnd a,, liultablv  physician prepared to looato In tho din-  *'  ^^^^4^  777' mi ,,.l  ,,  I,   ,,l ,'l.t'fr I ���'" 7'i         '   j    I  y I,     11,   I IU     I,|'*iMI I1   KM   . .1 .   ,     , i 7.,.   ,i I ii,  <n.i  ii.    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He added that he does  not think Canada' will ever become as  prosperous a country as the United  States, neither will it become a big military power. "The U.S.A. is friendly toward us but last August proved that  Uncle Sam is not all that interested  either", he pointed out.  St. Pierre failed dismally to effectively  reply,to a number..of. questions from..,the   floor. Ono included a request for information as to what benefit had been gained  fromrlast 'year's5Opportunities for'TYoUlh  fiasco. Specifically one lo a group al  Roberts Creek which, has since left the  area, St. PioTre replied that the group '  has loft because a further grant this  year wus turned down, This, he thought,  wus a commendable action I  Another' guest'questioned' St, Pierre's  ��vaguei',slatistlcs'iregarding*unemployment'M  and told him,that when he quotes per**  contuges be should state "the percentage,  of what", Ho was referring to a remark  by tho MP that unemployment ln Switzerland lias increased by a certain percentage. "It could be that unemployment  In thai country  has  Increased  from  25  lo GO which would bo  100%  but ebri- 7,  , sidorlng   population  of  Switzerland  ox- ,  coeds  five  million   lhat   100%   Increase  would   still   moan   nothing".  .   -Anotiier-gucst*accused*"SlnPlcrro��of''  'cllBWMIbp^orftiotr'b^  able , to  cross, borders lu Jijuropo with- v  out ch6ck; "I would Huggost that state-  .mont was Incorrect and you simply ��ald ,  It in order to 'discredit the United Statos".  ho told him, ,.. ,  At conclusion of tho mooting, SI. 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W(f*^7?���H*:^,^       W**M ** 'jli,*tf"i!"��f,M-wfW��r "l*��"f  ��� *.if,��f,t,\,     Kjfjon.   >Jr^   nt t 4>��f   i Hwiy.    , it n#w m 4*&it tn   i ^.  mm^f'Mmm^x.^y"'"''""'   ' ~L~~~  .   i  ift|>r*iUf��  ,.,,  M iiU<,li( .Uilii  Ii, I   .  tqtoMWrsnm.  ,       I   I   Hl'r H'l'jl  ��'  \1 It']'   ,t      '    '  mil",!!  I    I'll  ��IU.fcuTttJra*W����<.rM!M4&T,,!.4 I  ���ft ,'Ai' 2 7 J 77 . 'ii,, ,i M'i, M-;7m/ .i iii',,��i^.,','*7���,!,'i.,,'i   \'i 7 ;,,;''**,' '-"'<  I   '   i M 7 .      ,   !���' ii" ''    ,'  " J'    ,  i'i, ��� >smm  ���*^ft��nii|rt.*rt  ryy^rV^v>y��fV'  ' ' t ��� 7<f7'  n ' i in ..yi t ^ rt  .!', ''."i!* '���'��� ''   ���"      '  I.'1 '., I' *i,'i, i.'i   "���   . .'���   ....    '/.'  ��s[n  fefrowing concern '.'���".'  Board:  harassment of trail users  i'UBuc.���iooip��m,.conU'ovprHy.,p^pntly :tri\U�������u l!?��i,B��^J7 y^Eili!10.,  ranlng al Redrooffs, led director GUM    trull. ,,'     ,    41     n   .     .,,������..  Thorold'to comment that il in  hardly        1 )tavo wril^on to the Dopt, qi ll'Klv*    i-riuht for Doonlo uslna the footoath  to    W"y�� <!�� 1 luic*w l'"�� lw(l11 lfl *malntalnod    ln��s ol tho present Liberal party. Asked  bo harassed.by proporty owners and Hi.lT^^^TyT.hom, iUHr^S01^^"0^1''01^.-..?    $.. ...?_..7?J!!n^?mAn Jt llQ ��PP��'0.VQc( of  jooted,to .verbal, abuse,,.,, ,..���,���..'..���... <���...,..,  ItopovllnR uir the matter at lasl Tliurs-  day's1 EoRionalUonrd mootinK held In-lho  . Board 'Offlee ul Davis Buy, 'director .U'hor-  old n<U(l ll hnn lUrwuly been ��hpqwI Hint  tlie footpalli Is a ihwhbhIkoU ancl .-.awtled  tra'l, seven Coo", wide with a brldMa which  iH/hialntalnoil  by   Hie   Do)iartinont   'of  HlKlvwuyH, '"' *" """ ""*  ���, Thorold said |io visited-lho .trail and  In aiiu./od al Ibo' luimboi* of people who  use It, Wlderly people nuve lime by uiilim  lhlr~tlMd'l'~l)olw��otvr,Quu|H]l,*J.M���.QW),HlL..JU  Uulfmoun liny moro hikMkihIcIch said the  dlreuUir,  ll'-kuepii  thorn .off; lluv bimy  ^TKHrffl^ manyofMHiMralls and roads,  j   rlotterbo ilunl lo the pupui'Linuiit, of illnh-  sWw'7!wayii7aHlUi��ii::ihat-:;,buih7QndH of the foot-',  notified of the situation as tho subject tha direction this Kovornmont Is taking?  "irumiBlnTffitfo^^^  plorro' "'QPhed that 'ho considers If  in this area, and this controvovsy should to, be tho correct, path,    ho s|oppcd," ,       , ,  HISTORY ' "  . .Tunt    one  year    ano,   the   HoiUonal  building lnspuulor und the Itoglonal high"   .  *wuyH. englneor,4'ecolved���coples, oLlho. fol-w,  lowli��n loiter nonl from live dlHlrlol en-  Hlnoor,"lo Mrs, mil Clarkoof B& J  Store,  ilall'miM.n  Hay,' |     '  1   "Thank you for your loi tor of .Uihu-,  rlttHfl^lrr^lll-^Mwufl^TwilUH-lUCUUll/it.  lorcd trail and Ihe-maJurHy of Ihe tralT  Is iil'iown on the nltiuihed plan, ���Unrortun-  '       y   '   rM1  il'  'l   T  ,.;i 7W ^  '7 7 ,i  "*Mm4%��' 9m%0.ytn ^  n<fMrr.��if.V^jW,t.  i,*fM4rt^,, ^.fi   ���  M\P��llv be mai'ked and lhat any contentions  be doslKnatod and clearly marked,  f4a/oltu,u|.iuUby7SuuUoiulLiilL|.hu.llluhw'ay^  Aol, l,o, |)ubliu money Is haln.{ spent, oil  tho trail,, ' '  ' iu.)In not nui' lnlontlon Uv ��llow��pro'  party ownorH to moyo the, irall, however, there is tlui problem Of pollolhM.  rnrownnnirBlricirT,D,Trifl3n*iinrt*b^^  "*Alno'ConcBrninR*thih*mnitcrftho*IlowiM-~1hQ-f��und��tlo  'ecelved a letter from Mr, CI, T, London,    knew, l ,*    "|,'"���    '      /��  Ad-Brie($  point���-  the way  lo action!  In Today's C/assifiqd.v-  "qunNii;Yi,niTar.iivrifn7ii"Hiriv"e7$.i()rc!^  Jewel p.,, , in ��r and urates for wood,,  $40., V.hed \ut_i.17 full size';, bed iamp7  luoludod, 1)1115. ",,��� ',. j  '���*Timo^cie5siftodsn,ooch^Wor7;56r;"'homor  (10,000 roodor*)..  f ��t*��5*��*��t}f'P��M*-|t^*.t*,,****,5W.*M*  'I***Vs^H��*',^tf**��W***JW^^  ���*��� t^'y-n if ����<  r(MttHW ft***t"H  Tomlorw will Hoon hu united i'or bulla-   jui lU'tlHt'H hnpi'CHHloii, rr|uv nlto oh   Iioh npprovucl lliu plnnH, H will bo ull  ., Ann lloytUCmuulluu.Luiiloa, nmmW   Wlmrf ljUmd -In Socholl   Iuih' boou   nyHtoma~ao,( Ul   , 140's now promlsoH pictured horo in  .clonroU, und.onco tliu firb hmrslnm       ,   , ,    ,      , , ;  i  i,  #9w^nn|^^  .  president of Iho Area �� llatopayecti Htal- ,       An a result we had  thu problem of  'IiiK "1 am writing this letter to you to, what to* do al'lor lho fact, W��j,'wore forced  '���iulvlmi -of ��� ai.^muiilorahh....J,c��iiii���voiw lo compromise and, accept'a  nuw  trail  which him ilnvelopual'alioul a portion of behlnd/ilii iKvW-hoitnijr������    lh/i pulflle Irnll .bolV'on lU-droofl's ,and        Au/iixlnllmi Jitlnl^wityvJ|r li'all nmnot  ��� lliill'iiuiqi). Uayf. wllli TilislruelloiiH beliui Om ohy.yd,to Ihu pubJlu o^i'opl..by, ��nV.oll��.,  ureuled by fioine luumiownerfj boHldo the ,     _/ ' �����eo pngo A��0  '..'.'.     ��� ..... v.  Tlmos Classlfloda" qo' INTO ,tho homp<. ,   '  not on Iqwns/ nirocta or In;culYort��l '  ',    '  ��� Tlmos'Clqs5|.lods aro*low'cost/hlgh'-p'oliDricy'  ��� soloa tonics.,       , ���; | _������ ��� ^\   ��� ���   _   <{^  * Pliono llipiqii 'open Sunday; clq��8i||M*  005-9654 Socholt/ 0fl6-2l?1 ;Gib9om,  M  -  m^f^irmtmmm  m^0mmf>m^m^mim  ^P  ��  &***�� Wm i>wpwi>cwtfcwi?wi  i|||th��  ?��-(OtW����-��*��ri��l*f�����iM. ���  ��� k  if yitwpmm^^y'i'i''''  y-  'l"ifH0flft<l^im<  . Page jftr-2  Tbe Peninsula Timd  Wednesday, July, 5. 1975  The Peninsula^^we*  "J may be wrong, but I shall not be so wruhg as\fu full to say what I believe to he right."  ��� ' ���John Atkins  Done,i as (i. Win l i l n, l'iilili\lirr  I rMMWW*fWWWMMlPM��W����lPMlPWI*MIPMlWgl*lfini'Wfl>l<PlPWWlAPW����Wl*Mlflfl��PWl��Ml����PtW    ��\_  Heferenfliim On   Horizon  AITIlO'HiH a referendum lor ;i ref-  M.alioti renin* uus volrd oul curlier  Ill's \t*;ir Ih ������ vi*i\ milill inarj'iii, l)re  i itiniiiiiiri' in-hind (Jn* \clifiiit' 'hau? by  no means abandon.'.I shjp, iruu.li ha*;  ht'u-n a-.yonipli-.lif.i.l ^iiar.   Siib*;ianlial donations and 'federal  i'lanls have en.ihk-d the very aeliw  _ii\uip \lo cany oul a wonderful job of  development' ;i7 the property gazetted  for the' Centre. This development includes trails, rustic bridges over creeks  and waterfalls, barbecue pits, .picnic  tables etc. It is. in fact, a pleasant place  to relTrx for. a few hours in natiara1~~5ur-~  roundings. Take the family and meander  through beautiful unspoilt forest, admire  cascading waterfalls and enjoy a meal  cooked over' a wood fire (wood supplied). The rustic wooden bridges against the backdrop of waterfalls truly  presents a "Disneyland" setting which  already is 'attracting increasing numbers  of visitors seeking relaxation in tranquil  surroundings.  In other words, the committee has  provided the district with an excellent  facility now 'worth .many thousands of  dollars, one which would, be worth millions if I oca led* in lhe Vancouver area,  - Instigators of Ihe project have put in  many hours of time and endeavour in  order to bring it to reality and .although  they have only succeeded in pari, thus  far, they deserve great' credit. Certainly  there has been no monetary gain, indeed.  I heir onlv compensation has been  sntis-  l.nlion.   Satisfaction of avheivemenl.  ll is plaune-Tjo ursin po to the  people later on I his year vuih hopes that  \nllkieiil support will come from areas  which   lasi   lime  icjetled  the  On I re on  a very marginal vole. Considerable calculating will be required between now  and lhat lime for much has jo be considered. Cost will -.be the prevailing factor and it would be difficult lo. lower  the original figure to any appreciable  degree when it is considered that salaries  and material costs have soared during  recent months:  One of the great concerns now is���  assuming all areas, excluding -Pender  Harbour, give the go-ahead, or even  should one other area also opt }out���  would it still be possible to proceed at  no more than a 3 mill rate? This time  the committee will have to be much  more explicit.  Guile clearly, from lhe first Referendum, very many residents favour  such a Centre.' It has also proved abundantly clear thai much of the protest  propaganda put out by opponents last  time was misleading, mischievous and  often  incorrect.  When the time comes, the people  will vote according to their convictions.  Should they vote "yes" then the Sunshine Coast will assuredly have a facility to be proud of.  \  Sales & Service  OMC Parts and Accessories  885-2812  Sechelt Home Service  Box 636  Sunshine Coast   Hwy,  Sechelt,  B.C.  There were more than 8,000 fore* t  fires in Canada in 1971 compared to the  previous: 10-year average of 6,867.  immm9M_*MyrmM*mM9i*uvv_vv*atu_w*i0mmGM_nm*in*^.r  New executive .-of the Sunshine Coast  Lions (Seehelt) was installed at a  well-attended .function. Saturday,  June, 24th, Youngest, president .since  the club was chartered eight;years  ago, Bob Scales,  is also an active  Sunshine Coast Lions  executive member of the Sechelt a��d  District Chamber of. Commerce.  From left ��toht: Jack Gibhs vice  president, Garry Foxal ��� secretary,  Hob Scales; .'Neii^Campbell vice president 7 Reai-7 from left   Barne Tail  director, Kjeld Hansen director, Irvine Benner tail Twister, Ray Stock-  well director, Gerry McDonald treasurer, Terry Rodway director, Vern  Mae-del Lion tamer.  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *       I  Much To-DV   About Flags  LAST week was���it seem.s���designated "Canada Week" and to commemorate the occasion the local Chnmber  of'Commerce had suggested flying of  flags by whoever fell so inclined.  Although nol criticizing the suggestion, a local man has drawn our attention to the 'fact thai very few people  have a'clue as to how, when and why.  flags are flown. In general, he was of  the opinion thai lhe average flyer o\'  flags has little or no respect for their  significance.  Well! No-one can possibly be versed  in everything and rather regretfully we  were forced to admit that history and  etiquette of flag flying, waving and worshipping, was by no means one of our  slrongpo'ints either. It is, however, a si-,  tuation we have remedied to some extent and trust our newly acquired but  still scant knowledge might have some  benefit to the uninitiated.  There are, of course, books written  on the subject of flags, their origin and  significance, therefore wc will content  ourselves with a few of the rudiments  of the noble art.  ll  appears a knowledge of the. cti-  ���MmUWWMWllllUlflMII^^  The Peninsulatyned.  Published Wednesdays nt Secholt  on li.C.'s Sunshine Coast  "'��� "'"'^    ' hy       "  Powell River News Town Crior      Sechelt,Times Ltd -    Box 310 -Secholt, B.C.  Subscription Rntes: (in ndvnnco)  Lociu, $6 per year, Beyond 35 miles, p.  U.S.A., $9. Ovornons, $10.  ,Sm'//iJ'7/i'r��  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  . i     PP WPPPMI��PW.I��.iP>PPPP��PPlP��PM'MW��P��PPPlrPPP��<riP�����P���PM��*l1P|PPPMPMPPl>HPpPWPH . -  queue of flag usage  is  a necessity for  such   is   the   emotion   roused   in   some  people by misuse or insult* ing "."treatment'"  that  international  incidents are not  un-.  known to have erupted.  Generally speaking, it is usual to  hoist a flag at a convenient hour of  the morning and lower it at sunset,  usually with due ceremony. As a gesture  of mourning it should be first raised  right up then lowered to half-mast or  sufficiently  to  make  its  meaning clear.  To fly flags of different countries  all should be flown at the same level in  order to avoid the implication that one  country might be inferior to another. It is  also customary, in such cases, to ensure  the same size if possible. These rules naturally apply to peace time. Most countries, however, do give their own flag  slight precedence over those of foreigners.  To "dip" the flag is to give a ceremonial salute. At sea, the ensign is dipped; it is slightly lowered then���lest it  be mistaken for a sign of mourning���  is at once rehoistcd.  If flying both Canadian and provincial flags, the .Canadian' flag is. to  lhe left of those facing them. The same  would apply to flying of Canadian and  American flags but would naturally be  reversed in the United States.  Of prime importance, and certainly  io ayoid���bloodshed.,and worse, .is,,ihe  need lo hiake sure "the flag ik'riot (ip-  side   down.   With   some  the  design   is  12' ALUMS MUM  BOATS - $325  Into Younger Hands  Installation of the new executive of  the Sunshine Coast Lions Club June  24th proved a well-attended affair  with Lions from Pender Harbour and  Gibsons attending, the Sechelt event.  Also present were guests from the  Lower Mainland. Past president Les  English hands, over the reigns of office to the club's youngest chairman  yet���Bob Scales. Looking on with approval is Ray Sheward, International  Counsellor District 19 A (right) and  on. the left���Gary Ham of the Mount  -Seymour club.  For  Quick  Results  Use  Times  Adbriefs'  ALUMINUM  BOATS - $245  ��   COMPLETE LINE  OF  1972 MERCURY  OufBOARDS'"  PRINCE'S  CRAB TRAPS  $12.95  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street. Sechelt  885-9626  READERS'RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are-the opinions' of readers, 'and- not necessarily those of The Times. A  noin-da-plnine may be used for publication, but all oiininals infts't he signed by the writer.  ���and  sufficient guide;. Some .unfortunately are  easily reversed by those not*'familiar  with them, As our informant says "it is  best nol lo fly a flag at all .rather than  inc'orreetly".  Speakers aro like sunsets, moro brilliant, when thoy,gof, down to,,earth ,,.  ^    t���mm���mmmmmmmmmm���mmmmmmn���mmm���r, _^ ^  �� | "So hard to choose | ys^m__K fi.���'"���' ^ 5  when they BOTH  dress at  UNCUS  MICK'S"  Uncle  ick $  f"^    '������^ W^^ ^^^ 9^K^  Men's Shop  ��� Trail, Bay Contro ����� Socholt  Appreciated  Editor, Tho Times,   .Sir:., Your eo-oparnt,|on.t in,...providing.  coverage of our various events during  the past year has been very nuieh appreciated,  Wo   look   forward   to   continuing  this  .Jibmioj,^  It,   K: SCALES,  Secretary  Pensioner's progress  Editor, The Times,  Sir: PouslonerH for Ac!lon Now havo  rcKU'ulted ovor 1(1,01)0 Mllllanl Mombors  from  Whlt'ehoi'sq,  Yukon,  Tho  Land  o  . Robort Soiivlob In Labrador City,' Now*  foundlnnd, tho stamping grounds of ,looy  Smullwood the Lltllo follow who brought  lho I'm mod IhIiukI Into Conl'odonillon, iuh  turned ���NowftoR- Into Cnnndlmis, ".  Thin Action ('roup ban ono and only  ono' objooflvo ln mind"*'*niVd  thai   In  i'o  got Iho basin pension for nil Honlor  Citizens Inoroasod to* i[iir>() pop monlh,  No "nnd(i"-"butH" or "l/n" that In what  thoy aro clotormlnod lo do and lho bnl-   Uo will. Jionlliuio until,, lho,., last ballot.  'win boon east In llio noxl federal olo.,*-  Hon, Tho Canadian voters aro going to  ,iniuko,^>,lhlii.^v.lcl.oi.\v-^pi)Hrtlblu��^thoy��-��,\vril  olool tho, man and women lo lho Canu-  dlmvJlouH0..of Commons, who will oarry  owl tholr wlshos,  LottoWtolho F,d 11 Vi i'H, b<l I t.br la Ih, press  rnlonflOH,' ltncttfi nncl Ty nov/fioriHtii', lulor-'  vIovvh, opon IIiioh, arid panols is iho hand  writing  on ��� tho  wall,  thai  our  senior  c'l.U/.onn   al.   Innl,   lu'o.bulnH   recognized,  8....-Their.,monsngo,hau.boon.loudly.and clour-���  5    ly onuiKiliitod l,o ovory proHpootlvn oandl-  5 "daUV In Mho noxt olootlnn, Tho Canadian  5    voters aro Indicating  U.-U  tho  numbor  S ��� una olootlon Ishuo   will 'bo   Iho Honlor ���  olilKni.rt,  ihoy aro going  to '.onmo  firs,!, ���  Tho'y'aru' ,nu), uniting  for 'favours���Just  ^A��^U'y^U)(f4��iiflmalJuuLjdabUully-^  , llit-lni,.   Today 1(1,00(1 dotormlnod Canadians  nrQ.npimklivi-uut.iind.oaoh-cluy-.thlH.num-  boi�� in inwmiilng iuid by tho tlmo olui'-' ���  Hon day.rolls around |l will bo in tho  hundreds- pf thnjiflrmclfl, Tho moniutgo to"4  our wonderful noulor oltl/,onn lit; 'VKoop  up M)W fighting (Hplrll and good ohoor"  i) the pi:ospj3(c1.fv(j pollt'icai.candidates "get tho message or you may join  the large Army of unemployed".  ��.���- -.-��-���"������ - <���.--.��� OOTO'-NORDUNG  Be Wise:.. Buy  SPEED QUEEN.  ��� ��� .the washer proved in  thousands of coin laundries.  ���     YOUR SPEED QUEEN DEALER  ARKERS HARDWARE tTD.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2171  ^itimrMrMfMrnff/M/fMnmmMri/fMmmfianMrnriiitttiirft/frmi/mmmrnm  jji,,  ��pl��KQ**CrAWarfiOp|w-p;cr  CHIROPRACTOR  fonO'fleo PulWInnS��eholt  Phono OOB-2333    ,  Wednesdays and Saturday*  to 5:T5 p,m.  ���mftfnvmw*  \i.   i N  ���*\  V f.  V"  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE-OF  REAL  ESTATE  AGENCIES  LTD.  box 128, Sechelt Phone 885-2235**  Or Call Toll FreeJTorn the Greater^ Vancouver Area  ' ZEnith 2012 "     ;  v  (E.&6.EJ '    '    -  *��"'*   ....  _______^_r_��__^^i_:  .v -i  _ _- "****'  ���l_9_^______'  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 2423  3- bedroom, value-for-your money home. Situated to take advantage of view up Porpoise Bay and low level access to boating.  Colonial style front, full basement, en suite plumbing, 2 fireplaces, paneled feature walls, w/w carpeting, auto, oil heat, and  hot water. Underground garage, all QUALITY CONSTRUCTION.  Full   price   $39,500.00;   with   at   least   $10,000.00   to   handle.  SECHELT VILLAGE No! 2555  Modern 2 bedroom home with well landscaped grounds on quiet  residential street. Has revenue Irom 1 bedroom suite in basement,  fully self-contained and furnished. Cable T.V. up and down.  Requires $13,000 down and a balance of $167 per month on  F.P. $32,500.00. Call Bob Kent, 885-9461 eves.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT . '���       No, 2581  Completely, beautifully renovated 3 bedroom waterfront homo  ���with 60' bciach 'facln'g Soul|V lo;'Trdl(*rIslahcls,'��� Tho kitcliQnvVl'fl  doiight th'o' liowsowifo; bulit' for efficiency and beauty. Fridge and  Iroo^or combination and electric range with nolo, F,P. $29,500,00;  tortus." Call Tatar, Smith/ 885-9463 ovos,    7"  , *,    ,   ,,  *   '  ���NORWEST...PAY-ROAD ���' '  "'    '    '    ,, .���,      Nb..;23b6'\  Lot  110'xl0Q'x233'x2Q0' frontn on paved road,. Closo'to Socholt,  Good larop bulldjng  lot, .Full price  lj.6,000,00,   Dqyyr^_pqyrnan| of  $1,000,00 cash*"and' balance$75, 'por.''iiiohlh" "at" 9%' "wltli" 5'"yoa'r"  payout  clause, or try your oflars  lor cash,  Calli  PETER SMITH  865-9463, eves,  *H��  ���UwapMMi  SELMA PAkK'   '-No,'2399  ^IOhlly'MrQad,','lot''iOO'xl3S'r'gontlo'''WoMoriv''"Mopo;-'',-qulot'>'afon,  C|barlno����\voMldr-.-.bo^mlnlmQl^-$5500iOO:��<iillr!;prlcol-wvylth.��.43,000,00  down; 8*4% ln|orost wllh 5 year payout, $53,10 month.'CALL:  PETER SMITH Qq5,9463 eves, .    , ,  rSST^MBSW ���VW&tKWWmitH'i  r DAVIS BAY'(Arbutus" Drivo) "T"  rf-mrn  c*u ��**���??/-.*- ���  Largo'/clbafc-d. potential view lot faces ,WoM on Mack, lopped road,  Water and Hydro, Quid area* ol now homos, Slzo 72'x270',  $5,000,00 lull prlco with $2,000,00 dawn, CAULl PETER'SMITH  005-9463 oven, ���   ���       '  *��,A,..,~-l��~-.~t~  Wednesday. July 5, 1972  The Peninsula Times  DAVIS BAY  Poge A-3.  \  No. 2388  WATERFRONT' LOt  View lot 100'x220' overlooking ocean at Davis Bay. Situated pt  end of quiet street. Nearly level, nice choice of trees but easy to clear.  $6,200.00 full price. CALL:  DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  The finest wqterfront vacant lot available in ..the .Davis Bay area.  So close to easv boat access ond to stores. Over 60'feet of frontage  on thns sear a�� well as Highway 101. Only $13,900' full price.  -Enquiries to BOB  KENT 885-946'!   eves.  SELMA PARK (Lease)  No. 2360  Ideal post and beam family home. 3 bedroom with a possible 4th  View of water from living room. Only steps"*to swimming and boat  launch. Lot 50'xlOO' located on Highway 101. $19 300 00 full  xprice with $10,000.00 down. CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463  eves. v  . '  WEST SHORE OF SECHELT INLET *        ,-, No. 2407  Approx. 200' of nice shoreline.situated on the only sheltered bay7n  the area. Small fisherman's shack on property and year'round stream  approx. 60 feet away. Still ,n natural state,. approx. 2 acres^  Between Carlson and Piper Point on West Shore of. Seehelt Inlet.  Ideal hide-away homesite lease. Full price $*! 0,000 00 CALL* BOB  KENT 885-9461  eves. Present Lease $30/Vear.  GOWER ROAD  "No. 2520  Three rental cottages in good fishing area. Great** potential for  multiple dwelling in future Hydro, phone and water in. CALL: JACK  WARN 886-2681 eves.  PRATT ROAD  Pleasant farming area, good soil, regional water 8.3 ac. zoned R. II.  Trailers permitted. Good holding property or present development.  House'rented but discount as assist. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681  eves. . .���. '4  No. 2521  GIBSONS  No. 2539  SARGEANT BAY  No. 2359  Partial view lot with 47' road frontage; other sides 1 42'xl 64'x228'.  Level, hydro and telephone available. Beach access $5 500 00  full price. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681   eves ���<���    '-  Complete^privacy. Outstanding ^ieta.vNew two bedraorr*. home, fully  insulated^ Spacious high beamed living room���kitchen. Large deck.  Fully electric four piece Delta bathroom fixtures. Basement - with  grade entrance. Level parking space. Concrete septic tank and large  field. Full price $22,000 terms. Vendor anxious to sell. CALL: C. R.  GATHERCOLE 886-7015.  GIBSONS CENTRE  No. 2430  MADEIRA PARK  No. 2542  Immaculate 2 bedroom home, centrally located with splendid, view.  Ample storage space in basement in addition to large finished  room with .grade entrance. Purchase .price includes electric range,  garbage burner and fridge. Lot size 160'xl 35'x85' Full price  $21,000.00. CALL:  C.  R.  GATHERCOLE 886-2785.  Famous gateway to Pender Harbour sportsmans paradise of- Sunshine  Coast. Commercial type lot, note low price. $6,000. $2,000 down.  Only what you would expect to pay-for a residential view lot.  CALL: BOB KENT 885-9461  eves.      .     ' ���  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT  No. 2436  DAVIS BAY  No. 2543  Recreational waterfront lot on Ruby Lake 1/16 mile off Highway 101.  Faces West on water, 1 037 lake frontage on unspoiled lake, restrictive covenant on development'will retain for private uses, commercial is prohibited from ore;a. Safe swimming arid boating. Full  price $11,000.00; try your cash offer. Terms considered CALL:  PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  GRANTHAMS (Reed Road)  Remodelled 4 bedroom 1 V2 storey dwelling on new, full high basement, auto, oil furnace, 220V wiring. All on 50'xlOO' view lot.  $16,500.00 full price with $4,000.00 down. CALL: C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785.  Water View lot facing west, extending  Road at rear.  The  view cannot  be  Water and Hydro, easy access from,  the Coast,  Financing possible on  full priSe of  $5,950.  CALL:   BOB  KENT 885-9461 eves or PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  from Highway   101   to Greer  oiled.   66x1 87, -level  ground.  Close to finest beach cn  MISSION POINT  No. '254"4  VILLAGE LOTS  No. 2562  Level lots mostly cleared but with several trees remaining centrally  located. Full price $6,000.00 each���offers. CALL: BOB KENT  885-9461 eves. '7  Furnished 3 room cottagee, 66 ft. to access to flat .beach."Suitable  year round use, or just summer.   Hydro ond water.  Good  lease  lot.  Terms  available   on   full  price   of   $4,900. CALL:   PETER   SMITH  885-9463 eves.                      -. , ���������*�����  SELMA, PARK No. 2545  ��� ���. **  Solid 2 bedroom .home, rfeW kitchen and bathroom, an excellent  starter home for young family, or retired couple. Close to store,  transporation and beach. Full price $14,000, let us assist you with  financing. CALL:  PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  GOWER POINT WATERFRONT No.-i2596  4 bedroom colonial style quality built home. Designed for comfort  and convenience. You must view trjjs home to appreciate the  care and attention that has been given to both interior' and  exterior. Situated on quiet: street with view of sea, islands arid  mountains. Garage and work, area; landscaped grounds F P  $48,000.00; terms negotiable. Call Jack Warn, 886-258]' eves,  or Charles Gotheroole, 886-2785.  WILSON CREEK (MoCulldugh Rd.)  No" 2458"  TROUT LAKE RD.���HALFMOON - BAY  -No. 2554   .,-4^4  3 bedroom home featuring REAL PRIVACY with a commanding  view of the Georgia Straits. Cozy fireplace picture' window. 1400 sq.  ft. of home with garage and shed; all on 1.36 acres just off Highway  101. "City" water, hydro and phone. A really quiet , residential  area extremely well situated for enjoyable retirement CALL:  BOB KENT 885-9461 ves.  5.4 ACRES OF FOREST No. 2462  300'   road   frontage   across   from    lake   and   minutes   to   seafront.  $13,500.00. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681 eves.  Beautiful homesite cradled in a ring of rock bluffs With view to  ocean. Four and a half acres, well treed with water from constant  spring. CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681   eves.  HILLCREST AVE.���GIBSONS  No. 2559  Roomy family home close to all community facilities ond transportation. Three bedrooms through ha 11:^FuM price $24>500.00 terms.  CALL: JACK WARN 086-2681 eves.  WILSON CREEK  No. 2455  GRANDVIEW LOTS (Gibsons)  ...No. 2463  Large view lots, close to beach ahd park. Water to be Laid on by  Vendor. Good fishing area. Gentle Southern slope. $4500.00'each.  CALL: JACK WARN 886-2681 eves.  4 bedrooms, large kitchen, full basement. Big lot 135'xl40', short  walk to beach area. Gentle, sloping grounds to the South. Recently  remodelled, requires some' finishing. Ha's good water supRly. Full  price $19,600. Terms. Offers considered. CALL: BOB KENT  885-9461  eves.  Call your faverite "salesman and list  your property for sale with the best,  WEST SECHELT WATERVIEW No. 2598 II  Gardeners fulfillment, over 1 acre lot, 132' frontage. 2 bedroom 1  home with exotic garden, 2 greenhouses,-elec. heat, carport ..and  workshop. 2nd growth trees at rear. Ranch rock heatilator type  fireplace and auto, oil furnace. Southern exposure with view  of Gulf and Trail Islands. F.P. $27,000.00; terms. Call Peter  Smith,  885-9463  eves.  .... I r  WEST SECHELT INVESTMENT No, 2466  Approx, 33 acres of primarily gentle* slopo-to-Southward lands, off  Nlckorson Road, Presently zoned for 5 aero blocks, T'lls Is fop tho  man or group looking woll forward to tho future development of the  arca.-Tho4ull*prlce'lsonly*$29j500,OOahd,'foatures?$6000!00,*down'-  at7%, Our Vendor Is open to payments stipulating only tho term ol  15 years. CALL; BOB KENT 885-9461 ovos.  SECHELT INVESTMENT  No, 2546  Y_ ACRE ANP VIEW  Present   rental  shows an  excollont   return  upon  tho  Investment  of  $6000 down payment,  tho balance to be carried��� at  7%, Central  J$!ia9P )99��t^  front, Old, but warm, facing south ^his 3  bedroom h,omo Is rented  tho year round, Flat lovol lot Is ready for landscaping ovon without  tho house* you couldn't, buy tho, lot .albnq, for muchJoss than half,.tha,,  asking prlco of $10,900. CALL: I30fy KENT 885-9461 ovos,  No, 2474  ���*��s..  2 dwellings on ��a aero lot handy lo Gibsons with a splendid vlow,  Comfortable 2 bodraom homo, Largo Jiving room with ceramic llio  .flroplaco, - bright. Kltchon, basement' arid auto, 6|| furnaco,  second  2 bedroom ,^^ao?l'l[2j:,1-tqvohM<'1'* Fu|1 Prlco7$3,5,000,00,, torms,  CALLi C, R, GATHERCOLE 886-2785,  HALL ROAD���ROBERTS CREEK  No. 2556  2 BEDRCK)M;yiEW:;^oalo}'  No, 2/18/1  2 bacroom hpmo on 59'x20r lease lot. Expanslvu vlow lo Toxada  Island with benefit of breakwater protection, Prima aroa lor holiday  ^2!2Pfflr*'jLV4v.l?l\lCE $7m wl,h 19-rma or $6600,00 cash, CALLi  .JACK WARN 806-2681  eyes, .     " > *���  ,,,J!:!RJMI.NG..A.REA,: ,,, , ...��� ,���,,,. , .��� : ���.������.,.,��� mq-^bq.  Largo 3 bedroom homo advantageously, located,,Vlow to Wost from  PaVla Bay |o Trail Islands; gets all tho sun. you want, Closo ,to boaima  ����ana*nnoat'<*��8andy<��beach.*taGorne^  ^.^L availablo.  Pull  prlco ,$22,QQO cash. CAM,!rfOb  KENT   005-9461, ayes,, ���,.,.,,. ',;������,.���������,. ,..��� , ,���. ,���,..,��� I.,,,..... ,,,���..,,���.., ,.,,.,.  ,Charming .Burigqlow Jn largo developed garden* with lovely,;flower  bods, apd many, fruit troos, Bdlaijca, of approxlmqloly ,5,8 acros |s  2nd growth fir and cedar, ancl li'omo alder. 2 bpdrooms, living room  with excellent stone fireplace, Separate dining jmd kltchon, largo  bathroom, Zoned rural, to bo ra-zonod this year, probably R2, Asking  $33;000 with haU caiK'Aa/o^CQ^  also good development 'posslblllly. CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9/163  ovos,  ,-vH.���-  SECHELT VILL/l^ptr ; .    ''    ''   '    No72604  Very nico log. homo,* (ft.good condition; nas.lonasi;"addition, with  siding exterior. Warm '&' snUgv with 'hoatllator -typo flroplaco,  Guest Collage, Garden, Walk lo shops and salt chuck at Porpolso  Bay or tho front on Georgia Strait, (frail Peter, Smith, 885-9463  ovos,  REDROOFFS AND' SOUTHWOOD  No, 2358  PORPOISE BAY  No. 2605  Lovol lot wllh partial vlow In mcroalioiial aroa on Redrooffs Road,  "Has *small cabin* sullablo lor -workshop or* camping; Hydro,* 'phoney  ���and busline on blacktop road, Zoned R2, mobilo homou permit tod,  Askli.g $5,900, CALL: dON HAPPEN 805-9501 ovos,  Lovol waiorlron! |ol�� lp yi|,laga o| Socholt, nlcoly, treed Jocafocl an  ' '|,.iloi sfrool."Each' lot has ovor"75' level  frojitago, oxctillont ylow  up Socholl lnlot. In area pi quality homos, Full prlco each, $13,500,00,  approx, onq third down. CALL: ANY SALESMAN 005-2235.  mw.mmmmif��mtmm$^  i^mttmum  OVERANACREI COUNTRY LIVING!:  ���-ii%, No, 256.6  CENTRE OF VILLAGE  No, 2488  No,-'2398���~  Ronlod-io-othem  accommodation   al   handy  location.   Situated   on  doublp lot;  consists of  2  homes  rented  year round,  Good  bai,m  lor,starting your own business! or adding  lo It.  Cash uooaks���try  ,.$22,000.00,. .CALL; JOB. KENT. 005-946 Laves ! '   __ L  , Forested |ot> with excollont view potential facing on payed road with  , Hydro ayallahlp, Just a���8hor,ti..walk hy roadiito, voryv nico beach and  ,oasy boat launching, Lot,'slzo 100' foot oh Reprooffs Road x 504  loot deep, Qulot rosldpntlnl aroa wllh roal wuntry atmospharp.  Full price qnly $5500,00, CALL: DOB KENT 005-9461 ovos,  SELMA "PARK-^WATER1 VIEW" "~   '",,rNora<sb'i$"  BoautlfuTlrood'lot 100x200,'dogwood tr-aos, broom shrubs, cqdar  and '���flrr'lpvolyi gardoni VIq^y 9f Gulf tHroUghall glassed front and  6Ida "of gracious UVIno room,' TWo bedrooms, an excellent kltchon)  a/pll furnaco, $5,000,00 down blus Gov't 2nd mortg. $2,500,00  puts you In, CALL: PETER SMITH 005-9463 avos..  hllGI-LVIEW���WATTRFRONT LOTS PAVIS DAY  .vtKtV.    ,t-j"iw-i 4-**rtrtn-Jv4S*pv'i,  No, 2567  ���SECLUDED 9,90 ACRES  No, 2/191  Almost'10 ados of wooded puMwqi>, vary,,secluded vol convonlonl  to shopping,,|roiihpo'rlalIon ond beaches, Full prlco $14,900,00, uy  liadoa'or lornii., CALLi JACI> WARN 006-2601'ovou,   ,        ,   .  Facing woitl, Owner sialoa ho will "rough In" road ovor both loth  lo building aroa approximately halfway clown lho lots, thenco path  lev boach, To bo hold logalhor an ono halo, Full,prlco $20,000,00,  CALLi PETER SMITH 005-9463 or PON HAPPEN 005-9504 ovou,  SECHELT���HACKET ST.   No, 2593  'ARKLIKi: .!Vi ACRI.S  V  Excollont' |ovo| cloarod lot In area af qood homos, Near stores and  hchool, $5,750 oii |armt or $5250,00 cash, CALL; C.R, GATHER*  'COLE 006-2705    ,    ,.'...   , ,,,'   '������ '   .   I     , I .     , ,  ;_  J r  hi. 'i'i'".'  ori luii-of-dnlryf anti -'wl ll r 169'-1 rontancrorl" bladcioiri o ririr riffiiw  '             "    'nil   nrlua   $0500,00,1)0,   CALLi��� MCK,,\VARN   it   and  wafer,  806-2601 eve:.,  ii     ��� ,          SiLLMA PARK! haclic.li.  49 loot ol bnNl wolnrlmnl In nroo, i?��3 badrooin homo nil ronovalnd,  i foYiariiiiruntninirnfirni to7aTi^  with bolo, nliro' 12' r.llnkor bnul, A>,kliii| $2I>,500 loi us'hnlp wllh  f||iaiicn.,CALL! VW.\_ SM1111 'Bna-9-163 oyes.  ,.l   -.  .,' I   it |, ( rl  A"l*(<��__fW^*_. -^-  __>*_.���   K*\_ ���__���"__, -*ltl*al.^l9t*-__"V''tk'*^_.'*-_?_*-*_'v,**^,**'U^^  SIO'Ok.T^El; CArALOGUUr.OH, REAli/KSTATi  1     " .     ' I v .      ,     ,    .        , I I i  *Yf< ��" sf-**"���"  SELMA PARK COHA.GE  INo, 2b0.i  5ELMA PARK  Nlcoly  flnlhhod  retlrontonl  homo ol  modosl  com  on  \ca_a  loi  In  SQlmfl*PnrKrMQrfiropinco7niriloon^^^ ancrfrkl^r  Included, CALL: DON HAPPEN 805-71.0-4 Wvost  ,     w      ' , '    v  -T-jr'-  No, 2507  CHOICE LEVEL WATERFRONT  Ntv 21)09  ,,3���oxcellont.lot��,oii.ruiio|,,ft|fco|it.,���euclu��lpio.JOOx.li,5,���2��oio,���clcaififL  oondor will clear Ihn third loi II ��lo��lr<icl, Wator lino Is cloua, vondur1  vvlll Install lino to Iota, for lull'price of  $5,500 each, or with no  water lino InMnllod,' full prlco of $5,200 oach, Good vlow potential.  To vlow CALL; PETER SMITH ��"85-946,-. ovos,  60' ll, dominion laaso waterfront   lot,  2 bedroom,  fully Insulated,  ....yaawauncMiornn,...In-,Idoallc hldo-pway-soM|hQrFin|*"|aYornroiinrl."  .   dmall nfirdon moo -.uliahlo lor rollmmfint, Homo Is rnropoxt cuMcm  plqiiucd ' Id  ulllll/o  nil, i.put��,   Walor, talon  only   $25,00  anminv  , bsvuoplnu punoromlc vlaw. CALL:  UOU  KENT 005-9461   ovos,  . lWB.ro���CBEEK_LO.T-  ..L-. No,. 2597  lr(rt��,**����* ffe *W|*��  iS***  3,  lovpllrrrrl lot 167V,3"10' h|i|iiok, I'/i ciunV.in/i.iilal Miool closo'to  Gull Courso, Hydro and phoiin alidad, lull prlco $5,500, CALLi  PON HAUPLN Bf|flrJ"504 ��vc��. -.        > .' ���   ���'���  AGENCIES LTD.,��|  Box. 128, Spqholt���.._���'���...���. ��� 7.'..,.. , Phone,88p-?23$  OrCall'Toll Froo frqm;tho.Greato'r YancoqVor Area  .7 77   .'.'....!...... /.ZEnltb.2012-:,.77'...v -' T~~S  , ������ ���..* ��� ;' ��� ���"',<E-.&6;e.>v\'���  ���'���  ft  y*W*BW��*>Wrfew^^  i. 1    7 i ..'.'     'it. \ 4*0  V^  \  f��W,  f>->  A  Page A-4 ThavPenirmilq Timet, Wednesday, July 5, 1972 s'��gA   gcfATi  RIAL ESTATE tCont.)  FOR RENT (Continued)  <>aisK&i_rj^^&��i��ii^*icittanctt&i&iasttz^^  Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  ThePENINSULA^Jdttm    Gibson?- Phone 886-212T,  Classified  ^^ili^fWM^vvv^ffJlfv^i^fV^^ww^nfv^w>vvwvwwPr-lMw^^|vvwlHfvvv^fl^ff^��w^#^fww^fvwl��w*liW^*wln*��>^  Published Wednesdays by  Lowell River News Town Crier  x   Sechelt Times Ltd,  at .Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  OBITUARY (Continued)  \  Member, Audit Bureaa  of Circulations  Sept. 3071971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of-Circulation, subject to audit.  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Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  houdy rate for the additional  work.  �� ��� ',      - .....  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ...   is   pleased  to  sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Bost Wishes ,to tho happy  parents.  TO RON nnd Dayle Slobort on  ���Iimp 171 h- ot Lions Onto  Tlospllnl, n (ImiKliliT, Ti'uci  1 (Online, 7 lhn. II oz. �� Mister  for  Konclii. '   Mill)-32  -0��ITUARY"--������-,-^'-----"  COOKlj* ���- iiciwurtl Krnnck  M;B.F,��� P. Eiim��� of Socholt,  on Sunday Juno 2"Hh, 1972,  Born London, I-lnR'jincI, 27111  Aukiii.1, lfill".. Leaves his wire,  Kll/.nboth, I slsli-r in F,iif_luti<i  unci numonuM luipliown unci  nloooH 'in l'i'iii.ltind, Irolnnd  mul 'CJrfi'nnrliv' A momoi'litl service wiih held nl rtl, lllldn'M  Cluirofi, SoelioH, 2 p.m, r-'ildny  Jiinn 30, "ArrnnRCDit-'mniirnii"  Ah   llu.'  Moinoi'iil' F.ui'loiy 'ol'  . , 1,1,1.',   nnd .Ji'ii'Ml. . Meiiiui'Uil Hei'-  JONES, Kth^l,- of ClihKonr..  BO*, pa.ssecl away at xSl.  Paat'a Hospital Vancouver,  E C , on June 24, \.'._, aged br>  years. Survived by her loving  husband. Lionel, 3 brother-  and 1 sister Memorial service to be arranged. Crernai-  ion Tn lieu ot blowers it i--.  .'inggpsted that memorial donations he made to Kingdom..  Hall, R.R.I, Sechelt, B.C. Arrangements through lho Memorial Society of B.C. and First  Memorial Services,-Ltd.  9178-3*2  RADYMSKI ��� On June 30,  1972, Richard Kadymski ol  Sechelt, aged 44 years. Survived by three sons- Richard,  Gary and Tim of Sechelt;; 2  daughters, Laurie and Mari-  I.M.-; his parents* Mr. and Mrs.  L'. Kadymski and a brother  Carl all of Vancouver. Rev .1.  Williamson eond-uelerl the Memorial Serviee in the Harvey  Funeral Urnn? on Tuer.day,  July 4th. Cremation. Flowers  gratefully declined. 9-1..).'. _'?.  CLARKE���Suddenly on June  26.' 1972, Raymi Clarke of  Sechelt, B.C., aged nine year-*,.  Survived by his loving parents, Ray and Gladys Clarke  of Sochelt, one sister Sandra  and twin brother Michael  Rev. Samuel Cassells jconcluc-  ted the service in Harvey Funeral Home June 30 al 2 p.m.  Interment in. Seaview Cemetery. 9201-32  CARD OF THANKS  SPECIAL thanks to Mr. Sonny Benner; Bruce Redman;  Orv Moscrip; Earl Tyson and  Condon Dixon for umpiring  the Wilson Creek Girls Softball team. Also to the mothers  ancl fathers who provided  transportation. S/incerelv ���  Mrs.   Pat   Porter. 9191-32  PENDER Harbour waterfront  Int. Sheltered,, deep, very  .������ecps-.ihl.-. In water making it  idval' for a v7ar round wharf. _  ���$17.M0." PTiohe 88(1-7374" after"  5:30 p.m.' Write Box 708,  Gibsons,  B.C7 "   "'"       9'0'50-ifri"  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like   160 acres  near  'Secret Cove  Well elevated- property, some  ocean views, trails and light  timber 'Lane access from highway at only' $67,5Uu* Some  terms, e/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sec-hell, B.C.*     K733-tt'n  COTTAGE overlooking the  sea - Bright and modern  with basement, sundeck and  auto oil furnace for year-  round    living.    One    acre    of  * wooded    land    goes    with    it.  -v-N��ar���Pender���Harbour.���Fer-  _i_  GIBSONS  -   I   bedroom,   view  home,   $M,0li(i.    Phone   886-  Tfifn. -* j     9143-33  LARGE  tool's  good down  payment \vill take  $14,500.  Ph.   883-2706..   9140-33  EWART McMYNN  RFALTY &, INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  ox  Gibsons,   B.C.  I WISH sincerely lo I bank  friends for I heir kind expressions of sympathy and for  the beautiful floral offerings  in our recent bereavement in  losing a dear husband and  father. Special" thanks to Rev.  Jim Williamson for his consoling words and also I'or Ihe  wonderful help by the RCMP.  ���Beverly   and   Jim   Brandon.  .9200-32  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre. Walkabout, Wed., - Sat., July 5 -  H. "What's the Matter With  Helen?" Sim. - Tues., July 9 -  II. Warning Very gory murder scenes. Wed. 12-Sat. 15,  Kidnapped.   Phone   11110-2827.  8181-32  GIBSONS 2 BEDRM HOME ���  Sargent Rd. Lovely l-ilrl'e retirement home on a panoramic  view lot. Shed and garden at  rear    F.P'.   $13,900.  GIBSONS BAY AREA: Waterfront: 3 bed. fully furnished summer cottage on extra-  large flat lot to safe beach.  Lot in grass and fruit trees.  Immediate possession. This  may be ju.st what you are  looking  for.  GIBSONS   WATERFRONT  HOME: Here is a home anyone would be proud of. Also  guest cottage arid garage-  workshop "on his beautifully  landscaped lot. Stream through loi and all flat to safe sandy beach. All this can be  vours for $42,00(1. (LU.* Lease  iand).-   .  ROBERTS CREEK 5 ACRE  FARM: 4 bedroom home outbuildings, large strawberry  and raspberry patches and all  in new fruit- trees and veg.  yard-en. Stream through prop.  Whether its a bobby farm,  self-supporting farm or just  a country hide-away you are  looking for don't overlook  this. Full asking price $30,000.  SECHELT: Small Acreage:  Very attractive complelly  renovated 3 bed. home just  one mile from village. Real  seclusion.   $25,000.  SOAMES POINT: Three B.R.  extensive view home on  Marine Drive. Newly decorated interior. Very close to an  excellent beach and handy to  Langdale ferry, A-O.heat, A-  E hot water, .20 wirrng. Immediate occupancy. A pleasant family homo in a very desirable area. F.P. $ir,,.r>0<). Offer's.  Tot.   80   x   2fi8',   Red-  Road.   Potential  view  -on    payed    road,    power   andf  phone available.  $3950.   Phone  885-9654. 8534-tfn  DAVIS BAY: Large cleared  - lot with panoramic view  over ' Geoigia Strait, serviced.  ���..Hie.-;   lo $��j,auu.  GIBSONS: Situated on .1 level'  acie ui qii.iet residential area.  .Shop-, school; arid churches  iiPaMj). (.'Lai fiung. Po-at and  Brain Rancher :i bedroom*;,  NpaeiudS livinji i(_i.iifi Wltli  heatilator fireplace and W-'W.  Bright kitchen and dining.  Counter-top range and wall  oven. Adjoining utility. Van-  itybath has enclosed tub. Carport and storage room. Terms  on $25,000.  Better than 1 acre has $237' on  blacktop  road.  Small  building  sitting  on  blocks.  All  offers   near   $9,500.  considered.  Be the first to see this new  listing of a'fine 2 bedroom  basement horns?. Large "Li"  shaped living room plus bright  dining room, cab. kitchen.  Full basement with forced air  furnace. Lot nicely landscaped. Garage. 2 blocks 1o shops  etc.   Only   $21,000.  COWER POINT: Retire in  comfort iu this charming  little waterfront home consisting of i'O/y liv-ing room with  fireplace, and open to dining  area. Step-saver cab. kitchen.  Through hall to private rear  garden. Utility and A-oil furnace^, in % basement. Cathedral entrance plus entran-cevto  L.R. "via sundeck. Matching  garage. $26,500 with cash to  6 per cent agreement.  In area of fine new homes at  Hopkins   Landing.    70'   serviced   building   lot    for   only  $fi.(>00.  INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY: Block of 5 lots with terrific view to Horseshoe Bay.  All services. Blacktop front  and back. Close to ferry, store,  P.O. and excellent beach. Only  $32,500  for the  block.  BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  INSURANCE  I rh_.NT.SHED    3    bedroom    on  ���I l.-_-acr.e5.._aL Roberts Creek..  *,Hi)   innn.   Responsible   adult".  w ijIt references, '-_Wr.it e   tTT"l*ir���  J,r\ iok, Roberts Creek or  phone 886-7382 weekends  nitv   Available   August   20th.  9i84-34  K)'x4.r  KNIGHT mobile home  Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park.  Phone  830-7111. 8185-34  MOBILE HOMES  >,ii'>BU.,E   home   35   x   ?7   good  , ..iidition,  parlically  furnish-  ,-.l   you,  Ph.  885-9064.  9161-33  :��� l" *. f;i) - 1440 sq, ft. of gracious living. 2 bedrooms, .2  kiihs, lai'KO family room, large  <��� Insets*, and   cupboards.    Built  .in China Cabinet. Furnish to  your own personal tastes. This  is the loest basic unit on the  Peninsula.  We  have  paid . the  ���d-oti-blc ferry efaafges^���Put���this-  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Contg  WANTED 1968 or 6*9 Chrysler  . New Xorlier or "3t)fl", cash.  Phone   Hi!.", ll!'.'/:'.. 9164-33  195')     PLYMOUTH     2     door.  Hardtop,    mechanically    A-l  shape,  body  fair, $125.  Phone  886-9984. 9136-32  IMMACULATE   1970   Lotus   2  plus 2, low mileage, 130 mph  at   25  mpg.  $3300.  Phone  886-  2005. ' ' 9193 32  1071 F250 Camper special A\T.,  P S , PTi, diiaf'lanksf-equip-  ped with JO^2 Kldora��b camper Completely self contained including shower. Ph. 885-  9062 9194-32  ���k  van,  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  V        Residential  -  Commercial -  Recredtiohal  All types of real estate-financing including builders    loans.  FasL-J3.ppJja^jal^��ryjce.. ,  \     ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP.  LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  v       . "    Phone 926-3256  I jtti"     FOR D    F.ronoline  $1850.  Phone 88-fv-flOfH  9203-32  \  line home on your own foundation and be eligible for Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-2153 after (i p.m. c/o Box  739. Peninsula Times, Gib-  ....ii... "lU... - 81G4-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  USED jet pump and tank for  domestic    well    use.    Phone  -3Bi>U827-or  886-95681���8T8XP32  WORK WANTED  BOATS & ENGINES  K.  ALL  TYPES  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  ANNOUNCEMENTS  IF YOIJ are concerned  about  someone    with   a    drinking  problem   .   .   .   ea  HHil-23>TO,     flfifl-7235  9409.  .  Al-Anon  or     885-  9121-32.  1ERS0MAK���  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK  KOAL): Two ideal building  lots, close lo good swimming-  beach, On paved road, water  connection, phone and hydro  available. Lois have been  selectively cleared,' F.P. $5,(100  each,  UOBEHTS  CREEK: 000  I'I,  of  road  frontage. Two  &  three  quni'ter   ucre.s. of ������ lavel, .treed  properly.    Very    suitable    for  ,        ,, sub-division     or,  recreational  ^^Std-urday.   Sun-    ll0|VHV gloHe to wulorltont. and  Hitfhwny, Roberts    C(()|,'    Course,  TKKMS.  GIBSONS     VILLAGE:     Well  eslnblishecl',  cent rally  AGRICULTURAL-   Advisory   Farm open  for ^lemonstrat.-  ions  of  General   Management  of   Small   Fruits.   11   a.m.   to  <{  p,m,  evei  ' shine "Const  Cruel*;,   Free  advisory  service  Phone 8B'"-2"02. 111.12-32  Only     $13,500.  local-  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8179-31  ���WILL TRADE ��� 34' Diesel  Displacement. Built in Egmont by Griffith. Cedar planked over oak ribs. Ford. 6  Diesel F.W. colled, 220 fuel,  command bridge, dual controls, sound hull, good motor-  inside needs work. Value  $12,950. Trade as lull or part  payment waterfront Pender,  Sechelt, Inlet, Egmont. Phone  C.  Whitcomb, 1)21-7459.  9112-32  WANTED TO RENT  2-3   BDRM.   residence   in   or  near   Sechelt,   Approx,   $100  monthly,,   References. Phone  '885-2826.        ' ,   9131-32  CABIN wanted July IB - 29,  1972 Ihel, Sunshine Coast oil  or close lo bench,  Unl'virn. or  furnished   .Phone 112-041-2001,  �� 9180-32  II  FOOT runabout with trailer and 10 H.P, electric start-_  ini-i    1970   'outboard    Chrysler'"  uinior   for   sale.    Phone    885-  :i',72. 915G-33  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617  Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  .Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact    Capt.    M.    Iliggs  Box   374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  11 FOOT plywood boat, trailer, 40 IIP Evinrude. Hols-  claw tandem boat trailer and  I! ft. plywood skiff. Phone  !;.I3 2252. ' 9188-32  2 - 12' FIBREGLASS boats,  ,$75 and $200. One as new. Ph.  3113-2344. 9177-32  10 FOOT boat plywood, fibre-  glassed lo seam's, windshield, remote controls. 9.8  Mercury motor. Phone 886-  2327. 9190-32  FOR SALE���18*6" cabin crui-  ser Volvo equipped. Needs  some work. $500 cash firm.  This is a real bargain. Phone  885-9602. 9192-32  10 FOOT fibreglass  boat with  5  HP  motor,   both   for  $350.  Phone 880-7710. 9195-32  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  -  limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,'  irisured  work.  Phone 885-2109  , 9032-tfn  BUSINESS  machine repair  &  service.   Phone  886-2728.  7993-tfn  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing  contact tbe Times office at Sechelt or  phone 885-9654. .  HELP WANTED  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment  Transportation daily from Port  Mellon to camp and return.  Interested parties call Vancouver Radio Telephone for  iVtci-Jab Creek or write to Box  110. Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony  Duralia. 9065-tfn  Help Wanted, female  ASSISTANT    cook    required,  apply Lord Jim's Lodge. Ph.  885-2232. 9181-32  PETS  FREE ��� Purebred German  short haired Pointer female,  2 year's, good with children.  Prefer home wiih acreage.  Phone   880-2084. 9179-32  (i HP .Johnson outboard motor,  top   condition.    Phone     385-  91)83. 9197-32  CARS & TRUCKS  THREE male puppies, Lab  cross German Shepherd to  give away to good homes, 9  month old fema|e com.pletly  trained, extremely good natu-  recl, sleeps outside, Phone 88(i-  9537.' 9175-32  1903 CHEVY TT, two dr. hard  top with radio, $275 or nearest   reasimible   lifer.   Ph.   885-  2131. 9171-33  1900(   FORD    for    sale,    new  r"J,'trahsmisf.ioh7 'fjoocl'MTi'e's "'a'i'ifV''  ' radio;   Phone   11115-2853   after  (i p.m.       9130-32  1909 PONTIAC Safari slntTon  -Wagon Doluxo, nil power including windows, tin tod. glass  all around, eight track stereo,  TWO    pretty  want    good  880-7710.  fluffy,   kittens  homes,    Phone  9190-32  FLUFFY pari. Persian kittens,  ^b black and 2-grey, free to  kind   homos,' Phono   885-2080.  ,   9204-32  LIVESTOCK  WISH lo contact Latter Day  ���Saints..members, Phono 885-  mil or fifffi-2i>4(l. 6700-tfn  AU:0H0L1CS "Anonymous"^**  Meetings   11:30   p,m���   Tlu.ru-  du.VN,  Wilson Creek  Commun  ity-Hull,   Ph.  l""R"fl3"S7.  .ed,.Bcuu."yJGar.qi..jr^  pod.   An   ideal   husband   nnd "  "      '   wife   operation.   Encjulre   for  further   particulars,  I-IQUSF, WANTED: 3 bedroom  homo     on     small     acreage,  $20,000  eiish,  should   puss  for  V.L.A,  Would  lake occupancy   In eurly AiikuhL ,   ^,,   FOR RENT  homo wanted in Secholt lor  branch office of Const Animal  Clinic for iwo'aftornoon,**, n  week, wllh assinlnnco possibly*  Included, Reply by riuill lo  Box   733,  Gibsons,        ^11)11-32  age. This voliiclo \. in ubso-  h'-ffely I' 1�� w 1 e h s condition,  Priced at only $2,000.00, Firm,  no offers. Ph. 805-2*139 after  0-p.m. 9185-1 fn,  3 PONIES with saddles. Prefer to sell together but will  .,eoii.sidur,.,��Hepu,rAloly,��J:fh,fc,!'83-lw  2417. 0152-33  FOR ,SALE-rNow...,.H��n>p��.hlrp..  pulloli., I) weeks old, Phone  81)5-9(135, 0200-32  I fn  vlcon Lid  01112-32  'I.ONGI'IHT'DAY.-'' by Uniro,  'I'o   Jennie    wllli   lhe   lli.lil  brown liftu*   'l'|H'.,li||lnc/il,i.|||,v.,..liv.lll Jlllie  I hey   nny,  Tho  tiboileiil   |n  December,  They  did  nol  come  lo me  innnilini;    .  --You eiinie n rlny, with me  It,) Nlny, nnd I'llleil my life wllli  iiiuiihit-'i",   Thp"l(iTi|(ost(Uiy��*��yntt wove  nwny, lho very ncxl doy tiller,  1)1117-32  COAST CONTRACTING  Bulldlii)! - All lypoM.  llnolinil - nuni'old Shlnkloii  ���   .��� SliaJveM - Aluminum  "T'alnllni! - Inir.'lQxI. - lien. &'  C-iimm'oi'i'liil  ToncroW,."���"inWrnonlH - nlrto-  wnlkfi - turn & retalnlm-l widlii.  -lill(miwuavuduu��jULi)fl]iUiUli^^  ���   ��� ��� ���,      Member   .  Vnneouvor  Ileal li'itlnle Board  ,      . rilONR 118(1-2218   - .  ������ i ���    ���       ,  Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  VlncePrewor..,,.     886-?35?  Wally Peterson     8Q6-2877  Ron McSayanpy   886-9656  "'rioic "tfi'fi, cuiiHoiiH; ii;g,  11111*1-32  ���'SiNWW 2 mt.' fiirnlHhed buiiKn-"  low^Pei'lielt,   2   yonr   lease  Sept,  ^K   Adults,    Hel'oroncoH.  PhflllO   llfir)-l)872��� DHI9-33'  HALIh for mul ���.Wllnyn Creek  Ooiiminnlly    llull, " Contm.l,  TVli'M, Diim.o AntlerHoi) Illin-iiSlim.   '���-" ' ":���'   '""'" ' ' 78in-ffn  DAVIS  Buy-   utno,.. $oo*  Auiiuiil   18   ���  885.0740,  -nil  oleclrlc  col-  ..weiiK, ��� Available.  Soph   !l,   Phone  l)20f)-32  CH6RLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  ���    (i   NOTARY PUBLIC ;AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C,    886-2481  PIiono 886-7320  'iidnd-ifn  **  USE  TIMES  APBRIEFS  ��#wi^(*��*a��f��rtrt*1*ip'^^  '>"  101iREEN:l:TDr-  Render Harbour  Tol: 883.2794  .LA,KL:,ERONXAGE..-.  '6556 R7HcistliigrSr;r'Biirnqby 2; B.C.  WATF.RPRONT COTTAGr;  If yoi/r'o n hondymoiv who wants fiO It, of lovol   .o.i\y bonrh  -you'll-buy ih'ira'-Mrmr cotrarjol Only ^?,Sf)0r~ ��� ���  ACRn'AGE���^00- Dn��� "'���" "  " *  Appiox, !i Acn, In ruiol Glbwnn, Try your offon MUST 111; SOLDI  V'  Nicely  Imqcl * loh���Wowld maKo. excellen  ���-.-������- '      ���       rolroat-^Only !|��5600,00 F,P  ^I^LOXS"  llenl   wookbnd  Full  vlow of Pondor Harbour���Roth havo walor���  ,      , r\p_ -(.6500,00 each, ,      .   *,    .      WATOFRONf'T^iiAGE  ��Appro>tr^00i--->OI<Je r-hoMt��o����^^od4oiMtion'~Magc��i  ������������llc��3nt-vl��)w����6xcollo  ,.    SEMI-WATERFRONT  i Excellent lot���50 pqcies from boach���Nlcply trcecl-  Accoss (ram blacktop���Water and power avallablo-  ������������" --A-r*al-flood buy at $7300,00 F,Ri   I nitedTistings     "  CdllJoJ.n BT06n*at 883-279/1 {2. hoiirr.)  LOG CAHIN  ��J.tiipatnyTJiuUUiorthdt4Uu^.bllu��yquJjul,ldw'^  Idraa vlow lot,- Only !H9SQ F.P,    PnNDER'l-IARlibUR     '        "' ^'"  n3'Kl36' boiiirW.F. vlow lot'In Oytilpr',"Ihy,' Thlfi bnntily H level  and ,nic��ly lujudl Only RQ0Q f,P,,wllli uootl'lornin avdll,,   NEW, CONVENIENT���NHA built, roomy house In  a 'quiet street  In Gibsons villago/ one %blocV,fr6iri >  amonllles. Split  level  design,  just  the place for a  largo family, Sower hookup.available,,Could bo yours ..,.  for only $6,000 down ancl $39,000 F.P.  *HAtF7\*N7\rRE*^fiOT^  Joyoly homo on Gower:fip|.nt, Roacl, pig, ||y|pg pom wlth  F,P,, two bodrooms etc, and one moro bedroom, kltchon ancj,bdihroom I?bl6w;'E^ironiolyy/oll built,'many  ' extras, $42,'50d on lorrri".,  BUILDING LOTS���ahywhoro���ask unl  RED'HOT SPECIAL!  /'  DUy thin ;opF|rpx.-,...'/i..,'Qc,...-Rorril.'.W,F4.7Vlqvy,.,lot. that can l>o sttli.  dlvldocll Ltd me Miow you how tornako mpnoy, Loc, nr, Rabeiin  Crook, '  liNTliRESTED IN WrVRNUHP ""'  "'"   '"'  'TJTinTltVT'ttp^  ���vhondlt*^ Appr-OM,."! ">.%-r��tMfn4ori.your4,lnv����tm  1 hnvo occesn lo an unlimited numlx?i! of. "CASH BUYERS" In  Vonconvor who may WANT YOUR PROPERTYl Block Rro-i, \.  the only Company imlng' the Sunshlno Coait, that can offer a  giiarantood Trodu Plan and' Interest'FREE Monoy, Enqulfo today  on howl can nniht you tomolll   ���   - ���  *, y,.L,,-��� ���������>*���> ������ > pp...,.*, ��� ,*>**  (_;, KNOWLES      '    ,  ,298-0541 ,or 291-2881,  GIBSONS VILCAGE*WATERFrtONT'=.-Slwcl lot witlr  '. lovoly beach, L-^rgo homo With beamed colling living  room, flroplaco and sundeck overlooking Keats Is,  qnd Salmon Rock, Bring your offors for $35,000, __  ~*'XHere��� Oirei v<Sry fow' lafis ovciTTol^To^lTTnSovvQr*"PoTHv 1F1I3  size and price, Consider 1Q0'*260' with1'nice troos for  $5,000,011^,.  ���  ^..P, ..,...,��� PP.P.PPJ. !������!.��� II ,  ...l.l.�� ���!-,  'I ^  *-374L:- Hlghway-*fronlagor^2Viracros(^Goul(.l-bo-aub-t  divided  for Investment, Substantial O.T.  house on  one side, $18,000 on "arms.   7 ,   .' ,  2 bedroom, rotlromont homo on largo North Road lot  In Village $16,500,  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  *   IRVINES LANDING  3 BR horrife, large view lot, close to marina and-boat launching.  Overlooking   famous   Lee   Bay   fishing   grounds.   $13,000   with  $6,500 down. ..  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONT  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this 1,7*00 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.  APPROX.152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots   but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  $13,000 down.  NEW PAINT���NEW REDUCED PRICE  150 ft. Waterfront, nearly 4 acres on Highway 101 near Madeira  Park. 3 bedroom home with carport, oil furnace, oak floors, fire-  pllace, partial basement: Price now reduced to $32,000.  ',   WATERFRONT COTTAGE  90 ft. waterfront on Francis Peninsula, view of Malaspina Straits,  with   1   bedroom year round cottage. Asking  price  $28,000 with  $8,000 down.  MADEIRA PARK  Very nice  2 BR home with  lots of  room  in basement for extra  bedrooms. Lovely garden with fruit trees. $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  10.1. 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.  VIEW HdME ON   12 ACRES  1460  sq.   ft.,  2   BR   well   built  home  with   basement.   Reevenue  possibilities  from  older /buildings on  property.   Asking   $39,750.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  75 ft. __���-_  135 ft  $19,000  295 ft.���$16,000  WATERFRONT LOTS  $16,500 90 ft.   .. $18,500  88 ft.   $18,500  250 ft. lease lot���$12,000  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira   Park���Gentj^sloping,   nicely  treed   lot.. $6,500   cash.  4 B.R. VIEW HOME ���  Near Madeira Park, and on large view lot, Oil furnace, balcony,  immediate possession. $14,700.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  ONE THIRD OF FISHER ISLAND  350' waterfront, Famous Lee Bay, Pender Harbour. Best salmon  fishing area, Excellent moorage for large boat. F.P. $16,500 with    _ V_ cash. . - -  .  EARL COVE    '  ��� A' few lots st 111 aval labl'a bhi tht s 3 0 lot subdlvlsloh7 Priced from1  ' $4000.   ��1   "���:��� , ������ - MAD��IRA"'PARK- ' ": ��� " ��� '"! "   Choice view lots on 72 lot subdivision.  Prices from $5,000 to  $9,000, Some cleared ready for building,  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$45,000  "Appro*r550vfrrwatetffori^  fruit trees, grass and natural trees. Older house���could bo made  llvqble, And coujdiposstb|y.,be;dlJYl*ded.lotQ,.*^.pqrcels,;... ,.'*,,.v,.,.  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay-^-over ono acre. Deep, sheltered rjnoorage. Full price  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  400 FJ. WATERFRONT���.BARGAIN HARBOUR   ,  71,400 aci.��ft,  unfinished  bldg,,  6W*\V  doluxo  mobile  homo,  Landscaped, float ond marine .ways, Asking $53,000,  % \   LAGOON ROAD  . viry flood hullclinav,-lot8.>i',>l?a8y^'Wa'lklnja" dtB^dncor,;to'''schoo| and  hinio', cn McHloIro Park, $6,000 aaq.1-.-41,000 down,  ,  IRVINisIXNDING  ���2 BR furnlr-hod homo on lamo.'vlow lot. Closo to marina, hoat  laiinchlno and laniouo Loo I3ay lishlnn nrourids,  $15,000 wllh  ���  ^TjrSQQ down. *  '   WAterMoWt 'seclusion ^;    *  150 It, cholco wotbrfront- on Fran'cJls Ponnlsula, oyor half acre,  ^���������-���-��~,m,^..wltlv.ono.rQQm.cabln,-.$ia,OOOr  -GRANTHAMS-UANDING-STORlrqnclTentql'biialnesrrr  A qood buRlneas for someone, Enquire ro clotolls,  Cgll In and pick up your frco Brochure of Proportlos. '  listings^Wanted        '  K. K - Crosby, aB6.2098~"rOvhlte  886^2935  '    t    " ���    ' J.'Vlssor 885.23Q0 , ���   ���   ,    NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME   On approx,' % aero lovol loi noar Madnlra Park, Han eslBctrlfi  hoatlno, flroplaco, siorarjo and ciarport,, Pull prlca*|?,l,00C|.'  FURNISHED HbMSKVlNES LANPING "  V(��[y ^,ortc,,>l�� 3 0'R- HG" liomo on larba loi, Good (jardenlnfj,  anil, CIClio 10 marina and hog I lai-inchlnn, $J5S,000' with terma,  -157 AGRES*WITt-hTIMbhHr **' ���"  p,L. 3670, with a connidorabla amount of merchantable timber,  hal approx. 550 ft. of. wqtnrfront on Mlxal Lako. road fi, crook  fhrpuph proporty end an old house, which could bo rcl)M|lt, Full  prlco $50,000' wlth_$?.D7000 down.  - ..,---, ',."..'f^'  ������y.l.M��w��M��BBsr.l:r."r.'..  :;ruby lake    .   ;;  I If ft. waterfront wllh float ahd furnished cottnno, Comploto  with  n-innlna  walor, bathroom and  norvlcml  with hydro,   Full'  _priw$g.,000 wllh fornw,   ------:--���GARDEN'BAY��� ^���"'^  Altractlyo 2 0I\ homo,, largo oranlla .llreplaco, dl>lo, plumblno,  Giindock,. Vory largo baiamom wllh carport, shop Bpgcq, rec  room   and   extra   BR,   Beautifully   land coped'1wllh   list pond  I^^^�����^W��fri"^l��^rt^'l^�����^^f*^p(. H*Jbt<fft^���i**J-4S~J-e.  MVUMf���t*j   ���.  Many nthor vlow ond waterfront lots In tho ponder Harbour aroa  ommmm  REALTY LTD,  Model ro Pbrk, B.C.  Phono Pendor Harbour 883-2233 ,  *  tV&~*OS19lr t^_ ^f;t|^��J-. h  -J(<T  If FOR SALE  4'xl5'  SWIMMING  pump  ami. ri-llr-r.  7453.   after   5  pool,   C/W  I'llOlif i'.fiii-  .   m.        Hlt;7-V.  -.2   SETS   of   trolling "Rurdip��.  Offers.   Phone   8ar.-0(i()l.  9129-3,2  FOR SALE (CoiH-iiuied) v  (jVUNl'IY 1'i.rco-draCf' oilstnvo,  $ I" f'i.irk.1* -jewel pot 'bunv-  rr and gratPs for wand, $-10. 1  head board, lull _?.e; fipd lamp  mrliule.l, $lf). Phone- 333-99-16.  \\       9180-33  DRY type - Soft drink cooler  Phone   886-7453. 8183-34  \  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans  8.15-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  ���     '   '    *, 8893-tfn  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   ord  Phone   885-2304   if   no   reply  phone  88.5-9326. 8637-tfn  971    YAMAHA   60,    $225    or  best   offer.   Phone^ 885-9975.  9183-34  TIO   glass   sliding  door.   6'  ���x (i'll)", $80. Phone 885-9089.  9176-32  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9'fif>4.  Quick service on all orders.  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  EX    rvnt^l   Hondas   for   sale,  90';    niid   ,70's   going   cheap.  Sunshine Rentals $85-2843.  9199-32  In"   Chris  Craft,  Glass  Cathe-  - (lr.il hull,  $950.  5 c*u. ft. Refrigerator,��� Demonstrator, 110 volt.. .....:. $99:  1968 Evinrude outboard,** 100  HP w-controls, just: reconditioned ....--. ,...   $795.   MA-PR R A MARINA_  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.      x  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons,  B.C.  -\   __._..._,,_,,..._,,,,,_.._. , _  ._     . J|m  t|  FOR SALE (Continued)  DROP into Ne\^ Books &  " "Slaticinery, ftporTelt to ^see  oiip of the b\ggesl ' selections  of Canadiana," .including "brinks  piihlisheil in Victoria by  Gray's and in Vancouver by-  Mitchell -Pvess. N?w * titles:  Growing Herbs for -the Kitchen; Kamloops Cattlemen;  Paddle-wheels On the Frontier  and Wagon Road North b^  Art Downs; Pig War Isands  by David Richardson. From  Mitchell, the ever popular  Ghost Towns of R.C; Wild--  erness Welfare; The Salmon  People and many more all  .Canadian hooks. R7'M. ���Patterson hooks now in paperback: Rufl'ao Head and Pin-  lay's River; also Grey Owl  hooks. Beatrix Potter and A.  A. Milne and a fine selection  of children's books; hobby;  cook; garden; reference;Hrav-  elVMin be found in the Times  blocVv-in Sechelt. We cann6t  stock i^very book but we do  offer a good selection.-Phone  _885=965-<U^ __912G=3i-  LEGAL   NOTICES  (cont'd)  X"  S_ FORM  No.   IN  LAND   ACT  NOTICE OF  INTENTION  TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situated, in Porpoise Bay, Sechelt,  B.C.  Take nolice lhat Tyee' Airways Limited of Sechelt, B.C.,  occupation Airways' Operator,  intends to apply i'or a lease-of  lhe  following described  lands:  Commencing af. a post planted at tlie,..North West corner,  of tho 4.0 acre parcel CPlan  M3174) of Sechelt IR No. 2  being H.W.M. of Porpoise  Bay; thence - West- 500 feet;  -thenee-Soo4Jv-2QQ-ieet; thence  Pender* Ifarbour  Phone   883-2266  32  1.EGAL NOTICES  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELt; B.C.  ��� ESTATES LTDrtapBHT. 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-554.4  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  *���  WATERFRONT - MARINE SITE - GARDEN BAY  294' of Waterfront, 1.6 acres, water lease, 1.1 acre. Floats and  Marine ways, shops, 2 -bedrm. home with bsmt. ste. S.W, exposure. Wind free. Protected moorage. Real value, $45,000.00.  F.P.  terms  at  7%.   Call   Jack  or  Stan  Anderson   885-2241   or  885-2385.  WATERFRONT ��� SECHELT VILLAGE  84'   Waterfront   lot   in   Village   of   Sechelt.   4   Blks.   to- store.  Sandy beach. Mqrina only steps away. Nicely treed. F.P. $12,500  with   terms.   CallJack   or   Stan   Anderson   885-2241    or   eves.  885-2053 or 885-2385.   DAVIS-BAY' : ���--���-  ���  70x159   View    Lot.   Fully   serviced.    Sloping.    Some, trees   but  cleared  for  building.   F.P.   $5,500.   Call   Stan   or  Jack Anderson  885-2241 or eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  SELMA PARK  Near new 2 bedroom home. Sundeck   Electric .Furnace.-Cleared,  lease lot.  F.P.   $13,500.   Call  Jack or Stan  Anderson  885-2241  ���Eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  SECHELT  Waterfront treed lot. Level safe beach. Only 3 blocks to shops,  services available.  Marina only steps away.   F.P.   $12,500.  Call  Jack  or Stan  Anderosn   885-2241   or   885-2053   or "885-2385.  SECHELT VILLAGE  2 Bedrooms, Living Room. Utility, Laundry Room. Attached Carport, walk to shops and beach. F.P.  $.13,500. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson 885-2241 or 885-2053 or 885-2385 eves.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of Marian FERRIE,  deceased, late of Box 606,  Sechelt,   B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified,, to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE. 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 17 B.C.,  lief ore the 9th day of August,  1972, after which date the assets of the said Estate will be  distributed, having regard only  to claims that have been received.  CLINTON   W.   FOOTE,  PUBLIC  TRUSTEE        9148-pub. June 28. July 5, 12,  19; 1972.  East 500 feet; mor-e or less;  thence North along H.W.M. to  point of commencement 7 and  containing .2.3 acres, more or  less.  The' purpose for which the  disposition is required is  facilities for operation of Airways,  floats,  hangar,  wharf.  TYEE* AIRWAYS LIMITED  D.   J.   ROY���B.C.L.S,  Dated June 19'.  1972.  91-39-pub. June 28, July 5. 72.  B.C.   I�� A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T  MESS  IT UP  ?  ROBERTS CREEK  Serviced View Lots. Ready to-build $4,-400 F;P.,Call Jack or Stan*  Anderson. Days 885-2241. Eves. 885-2053 or'885-2385.  VIEW. RAVINE'LOT'  Year   round   stream.   Approx.   one   acre, ��� Service.   West   Sechelt  $10,500, Terms. Call Jack or.Stan Anderson*885-2241 or Eves.  '885-2385 or-885-2053. ���    7  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  LIKE A PARK: Here's a perfect spot for your summer  r.:home. AJoUight mister Lagoon. It's $6,000 with  ���"$.",600 downT" '          ------  WATERFRONT:   Original   evergreens   and   beautiful  view on this level lot with sunny exposure on Bargain  Harbour. $13,000.  LAKEFRONT  ACREAGE:   District/Lot, 3993���118  acres. Has 1200' on.Gbrden'Bay Lake and 2000' on  Mixal Lake. Owner will cut in half and sell separately  at $1,000 per acre.  VIEW ESTATE: 1500 sq.���ft. rancher as new. Has 2  bedrooms, high, roughed in basement. H.W. heat,  double plumbing, fireplace and with most of the furnishings-included. Sits oh 12 ocean-view acres with over  1300' highway frontage. Income possibilities from 2  cabins and a well stocked machine shop on property.  $39,750.00 on very good terms.  SPECIAL FOR KIDS! Here's a nice 4 bedroom post &  beam  home with. lovely view over water.   It's been  completely re-finished and has an acre of woods to  play in. This is a good buy at $ 14,700.00.  Call" Jock Hermon at Pender Harbour ���  (883-2745) 24 hours ,'.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Good Sports . ��� ..  Usually it is grade 4 students who  take Highest aggregate paints in  sports during Davis Bay's four-grade  school sports day but this year Lisa  English-in grade 3 and Peter Goodwin in grade 2 won the cups presented ahnually to one boy and one  girl. ' Competition was really - keen  this year with many students accumulating points and everyone enjoying themselves including the refreshments provided by Wilson Creek  Community. Association. ���  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday, July 5, T972  An Irishman  Goes Fishing  Last Day  Halfmoon Bay-School closed for the  summer with a party for* everyone  and special awards, for Sherry Jorgenson and Wayne Leo with highest  , ag|regate-in s-ports and on the right,  an academic award for Elaine Tom  for- conscientious work throughout  the year. Mrs. Mary Tinkley made  the presentations.  The Meed:  Make no mistake about it, British Colum-?  bla Is a great place to live, But that doesn't  mean there are no crimes here. Or that  ,noone<getshur' as, aresult of,prime,  Last year In the Province, hundreds of  people wereln|ured and some were Wiled  . through crimes ranging ffom robbery and,  assault to rape andklanapping.  Up to now, these people had nowhere to  turn for help except the Law Enforcement Officers Assistance Compensation  Act, This allpwed victims of criminal acts  lo'"claim"cbmpen8atlon" provided *they *  were assisting a police officer,  M*WiW*f ��KN*tf? (���KPDWfflfi  ����I��WIIWIW  77; ^���77'6y.:Ml..;77-.,;:.LL y.  B'':������ MH_\'"'7'77'77:'.y.'.'."���!*������'������ 777'sl'7-.'-7_4 tm'������''"7-,-7"!..'':l:'-77../,i  y^ff^flftflflBflfl^gmflgj ���'���::77^'-'7:77  77"-77,7"7v;7;7"7- '' 7777 '.7*,rvJ-V;- ''���"7. ������-,- -7.,r -.��� .~7.;v M~~~ -^;-"-^:^:**: ���--������-���^������--������v-.-'../���������������-. .--;.���: .,���-.:,   .���:...-..7'-'.4,, -;..���: ������,..-.      ��� --7 ������-���.�� .���-;���:��:. ^'i.F^r 7^  7.7777,77  We tape voaa Buewer E^eefi it  '-...-�������� Vf-.':���������:::..;-:"'--  .v*. :��������;���:������������'.-.--''"V .-.--, HI ���;,.:-,'v^,:-       ������-,- l^;v..'..:---v:-7; "..--���-- .* -,., ���';.:-..-i-----.:73tKitiSlli..Vf--.-^*-V.'.i-      ���������-,���'������.<!' '; ..\y,:;; .::.^M;.xrW^.X;Jili_V'riis  As of July 1 st anyone who Is Injured as a  result of any one ol 39 separate offences  listed under the Criminal Code may claim  compensation. Lump sum payments  range from $100 to $15,000, Payments  onn also be made In1 Installments to a '  maximum of the Interest earned on a  capital sum of $60,000 In any ono year.  If, Iho victim or dependent la nn Infant,  .Jhemonoymaybo held in trust, All coitI-  . pensatlon to victims will bo paid out of  a fund provltlocJ by your Provincial  Government.  Xto�� AtflmBnAsttprsattBon:  By having tho WorKrnen'a Compensation  Board of British Colombia administer the  law, more help and far faster help will be  p6a|3lbloi'Beyond money, the WCB has  lhe facilities and services to help . crime  victim through rehabilitation! A victim  mwirclno, orulohoo, nrliflolal limbs and  oth.vr aid from tho WCB,  . TO�� Protection:    .  When ho Introduced the program, Attor-  noy-Qonorfll Leslie R, Ppieraon do-  Borlhod It t.9 "Tho moat gpnoroua of Its  kind In Canada", Thq Criminal Injurloo   - Compensation law also does avyay with ,  ^tlmrMlflRf JruftVflllafl fl'mllnr.proqrnma ^  olsQwhero, For .example, an appllcnntv  ����won't be required to attend a formal hoar-.  Infl unloss ho or Bho wants ono, Instead,  onoftlopr o( tho WCB will mnka tho >,  '"WW  ��� act on lilo focommondallon,  ' Ahoiiior Important .dlffortnooi compon"  7 eatlon lor tho vlotlma of crlmoa can bo  i nwardod whoihor or not thoro la a prooo-   aution for nn offonao or a conviction.  And. thin compensation lo payable ro-  ��OTgarclloB8��o1��.lho���placQ..o|..r,Q3|donCQ..,Of���  tho applicant,  That's tho program In fl nutshell, It pro-  1 vldos Bocurlty Hint no oomploto aocloty  . ohoulcl bo without,  ���>  by  Brendan  Gilen  FISHING  off  the  Canada's  West  Coast  is as legendary as, say, getting drunk  at the "Munich Beei; Festival" or in my  case, "kissing the Blarney Stone". So  while out here I was not going to pass  up an opoprtunity to go after the "King  of the fish" the Pacific salmon which  abound in the waters off this coast.  It was one- of those typically early  summer evenings very common tb the  West Coast. Heavy low lying clouds  drifting slowly inland, little wind and  a mugginess in the air.  The wake kicked up behind as "Skipper" Don slowly reversed the Clegmar  from her mooring in Buccaneer Marina.  With the experience of practice he gently  directed the bow down passage and headed for the open sea,  Soon we left the confines of Secret  Cove,'"to gain momentum in open water.  Innumerable dead heads floated near our  course. Occasionally one would be indicated by a red flag but most drifted less  conspicuously.  Before us now, the dark green hulk  of .Texada,Island lying low in tho water.  From the" Island's edge the land rises  steeply to needle pointed peaks now  hugged by the, sulking clouds, Occasional  fishermen were to be seen,' silhouetted  against, the far horizon. Beyond "Epsom  Point marker light we.cut, engines, considering it a good spot to start.. Grabbed  ��,,our,,.rodsa,andN^  for tea. This evening we were using livo  horrlng and after urging them to work  ���hard���and-"���Ignore���a 11���othera-excopt���the-  wlley salmon, wo unceremoniously plunked  thorn  In  tho brackish  brown-ocean.  Tho ocimHlonal dog fish wan caught,  only to be returned to tho aea with alarming ferocity on our part., While our, herring. w,orked oiToi'tlOHs, wg 7sat yti deck,  drunk ton, romlnhiolng ovor pant. days*,  of flnh lout and caught, Somehow ��� the  enrcs .of ,the .world Hoonied far away,  from uh, Wo |)obh(.cl and * rolled with  Iho tide, lh(,< walor ..ontly lapping bow  and Hk'i'n,  ,,.,.., I, wuh In lho proopt}M..,or..flnlahlng a  cttp of'ton whon HonrioU'lhf. big bit, my  lino, M first a numbor of pulft in qulofe  fiiiucpHHlon.  then outraccd  tho lino,  rod  " Up* bonding "h light ly rind reel "a pi ifiUhtf,* ,7'"  fclWlnj]. my hand  undor the rool to  ���MUM^VwUlUpPMllUrMMMjIliuM  CniMINAL, INJUniBS COMPENSATION A0T  Han, p.o��I/���� fl, <"nr��r��o/), Q.O,  Athr.a.Oonmiilottha '���  <rfOYliKoot0tHl��t\QolwN��  down, I tried to rool In, only to bend tho  rod,nottr.broakliiH,point,.,Tho.(,'ttlolv wont,  to my loft,, now out moro than 000 fool.' '  Qrodually I worked the line loMlralnlng  point,, turning,the i'lHh towards.tho boat. , ���  Hlowly 1 reeled. St tip I lho rod bont moro.,  ltoloiwlng tho promuu'o out ll nm attain,,  Again tho rool raced,  ^AtfidnJ.jnc.roHRt.d,lho_ (i_,_-,g' \u ^ ,ny  knnckloH wrapped In lho prot-OHs' by \ho~""  fipinnlnn:rcorknob, Slower it,pulled,' but,  now for tho I'Ii-hI, llmo I mw'my quurry.  iijviTinunrTniPi^^  7  tki  pi,lpl.,ll)ll!|IHHl.'lI   7'1!  MM  .JIKPM4.NMMpm��.  could make out llio aplondld form of a  ni>i'ln.{ ftalmon, '  . 1 reeled In keeping constant pronnt'iro,  NoaronouHb now.for Jack lo grub, with  the net, Hi. tried, bin inlaned, Back undor  nJ-lia.bQi\UnBnlQ,:iJ)unB.on.thQ.Rlorji,.nQai'  qiiough now, out, with lho not, ,11,'h ,on  top, undor the flnh���a big ono. Into tho  * not and'henye Into tho boat, My flrnl  aprlnfi nnlmonl  fioyo'nd un tho nun  wan plnylnu  ltn  ^ftnnrncrfor'iiiruayrTo^rirwonidiiiiT  .boyond*tho��horlr,orif��nd-thc*'llr.ht-WouM>  dlmm, Por anotlior dny the* cuvlulii' would  ClOMO, ,    I  The oloudn n1lll hvinrj nhowt tho peaks  of Tcixwln Inlnntl, and the mnuutnliiri Inland wort) all but bare of pnow, Tho hllln  nnd volloyn and high mountiili'w that took  .on Huuh a bandnt��in�� look whon lho nun  nhono, now look all but .dull mounds  bill, tomorrow tho nun would lOiluo i��...aln,  ��V-  1wt��*rt*vift(:jJt-*-pif'-|*ig��^W  .U,  ���v  *_& AMtArw I i**fiw*1A*��H(i**ji>*iW��)*asii^  r  ���jriMiwWufWumaM  ". t-t,lh,M,tltf4f.\*: \  Pinto   Trophy  Madeira Marina Trophy left Pender .mighty proud of their young players  Harbour this year for Wilson Creek are, from left: manager Gordon  where it is held by the Crickets and  Dixon,   co-captain   Larry   Page   and  coach  Glenn  Phillips.  The Crickets  Tops in the .Pinto League this year Rod Clarke, Cliff Martin and Randy  are the Wilson Creek Crickets pic- Tyson. Front: Mike Anderson, Wilf  lured here with coach Glenn Phillips. Nestman, Captain Wayne Goeson,  from- left   back   row:   Larry   Page,  George Bailey and Peter Nestman.  Missing from "picture are Chris Fisher, Ken Whyte and Peter Clarke.  ^  Page A-6 The Peninsula "Times  Wednesday, July 5, 1972  Halfmoon Bky  Happenings  ' ~7- ���by Mary Tinkley  VISITORS poured into the Halfmoon Ipy  area and filled most homes and cottages in time to enjoy last" weekend's  sunshine. Many complained of delays up  to four howrs waiting for ferries.  ' Some people who , were heading for  Powell River arrived too late to connect  with the last Jervis Inlet Ferry and  found it almost impossible to get a motel.  Two of them, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Sands,  former residents of Halfmoon Bay, took  the opportunity of an overnight visit  with theirv old neighbours, Richard and  Jean Laird, and proceeded on their journey to Powell River next morning.  Many of the parents who have brought  their   children   to   spend   the   sunrumer   at  Bronco Trophy  Wilson  Creek    teams    topped  both    Playing an exhibition game at  Pinto and Bronco Leagues this sea-    recently Orioles proved their  son and Mr. Bruce Redman was very    ing power by taking a 9-8 win  happy to present the Redman Trophy    the Hope team.  to Orioles Captain Gordie Walters.  Pender Harbour . . .  1 <���.  dive group pursueing  ���  resident Dr.  DR. Malcolm Brand visited Pender Harbour June 24th weekend for the second time recently. The Hon. Isabel Dawson brought Dr. Brand up initially at  the request of the Hon. Ralph Loffmark  to survey the possibilities of setting up  a medical clinic and establishing a practice here.  On his most recent visit here, Dr.  Brand with his wife requested the opportunity to meet with some of the Pender Harbour people and to see more of  the area.  Al Campbell of Tyee Airways took  Dr. Brapd on a 15-minute complementary  sight-seeing flight.  Later Dr. Brand met with twenty-five  residents representing most local organizations to discuss the wishes of the  people and to answer questions. The  meeting was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Ross  McQuitty. The residents in many instances expressed their emphatic desire  to  again  have  a  resident  Doctor  in  the  area.  Dr. Brand was favorably impressed  with Pender Harbour but stated the final  decision would have to be made after a  second meeting with the Hon, Loffmark  to discuss financial "arrangements. Mr,  Loffmark has been investigating salaried  or subsidized positions for Doctors in  order to service smaller communities  which' could not otherwise 'support a'  doctor.  ind dime  1,000 and 1,900 during the summer-  months.        '  Dr. Brand stated his initial encounter  with the Pender Harbour situation happened "fortuitously" and his interest  grew from there.  Dr. Brand met with the doctcs in  Sechelt four weeks ago and was assured  of their full professional co-operation  and privileges at the Sechelt and District  Hospital. For surgery, referrals would  necessarily be made to Sechelt or Vancouver.  The meeting with the Hon. Ralph  Loffmark is expected to take place today,  July 5.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  LAST fall an airplane skyjacker tried  a new twist by demanding a' large  ransom and then parachuting with his  loot. D. B. Cooper stunned the country  with his daring feat, Many people considered him a national hero. A Portland company marketed T-shirts glamorizing the piracy. This sympathetic and  half-hearted admiration attitude 'toward  the criminal is indicative, of, the, permissiveness, of our age,  As   an   article   in   Christianity   today  their Redroofs cottages are anxious about  the amount of traffic on the Redroofs  Road; which is usually just a quiet backwater. It seems that this is a condition  which we are going to suffer throughout  the summer for the blacktoppirig of the  highway is not scheduled until September.  This  is  the  time when  grandmothers  are the most popular people in the area.  How  glad the  children  are  to  be back,  and  how  difficult  it is for  grandmother  to  keep  baking  supplies  ahead  of  their  Hope    healthy   appetites.   A   grandmother   who  play-    is already on the job is Mrs. Eva Lyons  over    whose grandchildren  Neville, Frank and  Linda  arrived   from  Montreal  last  week  accompanied  by  the  parents,  Rusty^aM77"       Marilyn Russell.  Kathy Fairfield, accompanied by her  friend, Douglas Nims, drove through the  night from Penticton to spend a few days  with her grandmother, Mrs. Janet Allen.  Under observation in St. Mary's Hospital is Alf Young of Eureka.  COUNTRY   FAIR  The posters announcing the Country  Fair at Cooper's Green on July 15 which  are displayed at Halfmioon" Bay and along  the Redroofs Road are the work of the  students of Halfmoon Bay Elementary  School whose ages range from 6 to 9.  The winner of the beautiful cedar chest  will be drawn at the Fair, and if you  don't already ,have tickets, they are* obtainable at the Halfmoon Bay Post Office, at Parker's Hardware in Sechelt or  from any member of the L.A. to the Welcome Beach Community Association.  Tickets are 25 cents each or 3 for 50 cents.  NEW ARRIVAL  New and very proud grandparents.  are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Churchill of Welcome Beach. They have just received  word of the safe arrival of their first  grandchild, John Douglas, a red-haired  boy born to their son Douglas and his  wife  in Toronto.  The optimist already sees the scar  over the wound; the pessimist still sees  the wound underneath the scar.  ?-U��lly ,ha   ^  N0V,0m,bT   0f   X.]\J^-     loose from its moorings and drifting in  Loffmark had promised he would movq    d   , wm,ld  in-     ��,ch cvil men\rQ  Tjeayen ancl oa^^o. ��ce.ihat Pende. ..caUe(,���good..ana UVe,.,.good guys*. ,are called 'pigs'," How true that statement really  la. The prophet. Isaiah addressed himself lo a genovation much like our own.  Ho wurncd: "Woo-to those''who call evil'  t{ood'*und'*K<)od*"evll*ri,��who'��put^darkness��*'  i'or light t\iid light for darkness, who ,put  .bUtor,. lor sweet find ...swept,  i'or  b'tUir,"  'UivfoiHuiuitely tlie7,chui'cii. is not Tni-; '  mune to tho Hubtlo influences ol' porrnis-  slvo psychology, and some groups huvo  fallen I'or It, culling this gurbngo tho  'now morality', It's as' 'old us tho hllJn'  "Hc-tuully, and is only 'HUgai'-cdatod' today.  Wo must remember, that the Bible warns,  uh to ubtUitln from n.ayory form of evil,  Also to "ubbor thut 'which Is ov.l; cleave  lo Uml which ..Is.good." *   ���������-  Orloloa  Tho Oi'IoIuh has ulwaya boon a nnmo   Simmons,, Gary lionnur- Bobby Dl��-  lo bo rowpootud, In bitHubull and U,\Ih   on, Brian Phillips; David Olnrko nnd  your  lho loam  loppod [lio  Bronco   Mlko' Engllah, Mining aro Loonard  Loaguo winning tlui Rodman Trophy.    Pago, Billy Charlton and Wayno Goo-   IMcMiirocI .fi't^J J��H J*i'iu.h_ Bryan   son. Wilson Crook wound up'tho son-,  1 lodKlli'A7~���'I'tTiyrw'MiVl'~^l^Til>pjli ^CjlorilTo   Bt>n oVi l^riiTUiiy UiJJt' wllh'full gunW  Waltoi'ts, Wuyiio Phllllpa uricf "rian-' with parent)**; .followolF liy a wlonor  Harbour gets a medical clinic,  Presently Ponder Harbour ls serviced  with makeshift clinic which operates tww  afternoons n week, The clinic, opon Tuea-  duy^und^TtokU:^  aesthetically pleasing to patients und  many people bypass Its w��o by going directly to f-iecholt or 'Vancouver; Another  complaint of Home ���rosldenli. In tho difficulty of making arrangements to see  tho same Doctor ouch lime und the awkwardness of seeing a different ono ouch  Visit.   .....   ���,,���-,���*.���������      t ,, -,     ..,-      .,,",���>.:,  In'." cpmpa^ni^U.Q .ellnlo  In ���. Madeira  Park to'othor established"ollnlcH lho following comparison bus been made, The  l.lghoHl estimate of patient visits lo the  , Ponder   Harbour  clinic' In  rooonl -yearn  wiih   M"()l', ovor  a  period  ol'  onu your;  that" Ih iipprbxlmnlaly five 'pntlonlH n day.  , Tli'u figure of courso oxoludOH the num-  bcx761' patients who by-pasH the clinic.  OlbbVullnlcH huvo nhown uh muny uh UK  "' to !i0 vIhIIih u day to ono doctor, '  'Aron�� "A"i the. Ponder. ljtu* hour .urea  hiw shown iv 5*1% groutoi* growth rtUo  'than any whoro on the SmiHhlno Count,  'Aron^popidMtlon��lHwnow����08tlmutod^nt��������  3,(500,to 4,000 with nn InorouHQ to between  "Better go down.to  UNCLE MICK'S  They know all there is to  know about footwear/'  *.  j����t������������������������������^  0^mmmWmm4mmWMmmmmm*mwmmi*mmmMmmmmmmmmmwMmmmmMmm  The Bqyvieyv  mW^J_ ',. HiJ ~~j_| ����r.i"r, '���CM," A.  I'nii.lor llniliimr Hutu I  7, MflilPlr* I'arK ��� 003-2377  fftftftr,iriimi)"Ti*i'i'i-i'* "i'i'i'i'i'i'I'i��� i-rni" 4 it) It/itff  A llci.nt.nd Plnlna LoniVga  li.uliiiina fi comiinihonuivi. menu  ii your dlfilncj |iloaiiiito,  Mr,MW.W,'<l.\.t"''/<-l'^^^."rM.MH|H i.UtM-U,.,!.,' ll.H'.M,  The Bayfiow Spoc/a/f/os;  '      "SURF AND TURF" '  (Lu|.:,|(j||iill und ril<i| Minium)  '    , .AND ,T.I30NI; SYl"AI<5  ly|ll��Tfl��MMIMI��M����^  Sewage or Waste  " ^lieF-   Problems  CALL THE  OLVEI  ��� fn_4, "ttww termiw*#&w4&wtw-  ,,],;,       _ ' ; DEALERS  FOR:     * (   *     *  SEPTIC TAWKS,  HOME AEROBIC TREATMEIMT  COMMERCIAL AND  INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS  ^r^tT^rT^r;i:i;j,.iiii;.B'i....i.^iLir-^ajiii i..1.iiLi.rijl'ly i.'.i.i .'miiri^nwnjmHUlJ 1 lllll I    I      1.7  ||      -���    n '  -For Demonstration��Cqll-���--5  M  :-;886,2696^��aS��  WWH(fflH.l-*��  t  I       ���  W. K. ANSACALL J.TD,  OUK REPRESENTATIVE WILL PE IN THE AREA JULY 7lh  .1 1 .      , '  faBidCBrcl Ivlotors-of  Sechelt  MIVIITEb  Socholt,  |    ,'    4  ,,       -    r_-  Plipno iin����*��4C?4  ���t-  ��_ '  it  1   '.',  7.V,.:'...]  i  * \  i  K  i .1   ,. ��_, ,���  .,  J   I    r   .   .,�� ^    ;.     * ,r    i, \  Ik,  \  \  Safe Motoring  RF.r'REATION-.-- pnnipnwyiv^frV    boat"  trailer   to   mrAnr   hnm\- -is   often   the  -most  dangerous   traffic   io   Le   l-oii-nd   on  the nsH-inrV**-. highway,, -I'lul   Farmer,  F.x-  ccufive. Director   of   tho   Canada   Safely  Council said today.  "It's not dangerous through design,  1ml   through   neglect,"   he  explained.  "Boat trailers are a perfect example-,"  he said.. "People run them for years without even checking the air pressure in the  tiiT-s or greasing the wheel'bearings."  House trailers have an added danger.  Tiine'*-: always an extra suitcase, possibly  ., minibike, ramping tools, and several  other bushels ot odds and ends'thrown  into the trailer and the tires sometimes  end up' supporting double the, weight.  ti,ey   were  built  for.  This danger combined with the spp&d  at Which siic-h vehicles are often lowed,  creates a potentially explosive situation,  said Mr. Farmer.  "Many people seem-to think that because  a  trailer  is  behind  a  car,  it  can  do no damage if something goes wrong.  "Bui if a  lire blows, or a bearing seizes���  il   can  cause  your  car   to  fishtail  right .  oif the highway."  When planning a vacation this year,'  Mr. Farmer ~said, you would be wise to  set aside some time to check on the safety  ot anything you intend to tow���as well  as checking out the car itself. ^  "Surveys and studies show that mechanical malfunctions are directly responsible for nearly 10 per cent of traffic  accidents. There are about 500,000 accidents each year on Canadian roads,  more than 175,000 persons are injured  and more than 5,000 die":  "Because of this, the Canada Safety  Council would like to see compulsory  'iT.ol-.or vehicle inspections in each provs*-.-  nice," Phil Farmer says. Inspections are  compulsory in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and British  Columbia. Partial. systems exist in Ontario and Quebec and a pilot project is  operating in Manitoba.  To fill the gap, the Council each year  undertakes a safety check campaign \vith'  an increasing number of garages across  the country. The" council provides the  garages with a check list that can .be  filled -out - by, a mechanic in a.few .min-..  uies, yet gives a good idea of the condition of a car.  Besides this, the Council has a simpler  10-point diagnosis that a motorist can  carry out at the wheel of his car. It foc-  usses his intention on various possible  danger points such as a sinking brake  pedal or  excessive  play  in. the steering.  MOPE     ABOUT   ...  ���' West raises outcry  ���from page A-l  ing Bylaw must apply to everyone. As it  is now, one may be forced to collosal  expense and another "who doesn't give  a damn"  gets away  with  everything.  "I  W-edhjBsdti.y, J-% 5, 1972  The Peninsula Times  \page 'A-4P1  Why- d^ .����' m^niy.  Min iWtndrtts .urn.  ��peed Queen?  '"   ������"V.&.jI  The)i are so dependable  (2)  So simple to use    (3)  Wash so clean  Why don't YOU  buy the Washer  proved in  thousands of  coin  ...and save on  repair bills  *        Jlf��4'rl*4* + jIU, __.   ,       1-   * ** *_ */. _,        *�� .  Around The Harbour  ���by  Diana  Bomford���phone 883-2440  A DISAPPOINTING number of people  turned out last Wednesday at the  Legion Hall to meet Paul St.- Pierre,  liberal MP from Coast Chilcotin aiding.  Mr. St. Pierre answered questions from  Youth Grants to Prison Reform and'was  available to meet 'the public' for two  hours from 3 p.m. to 5 pith.  '������"**-" ��� r-r : -   IN   COURT.  .Two juveniles appeared in court in  Pender Harbour this'week beinif'charged  under, the Government Liquor Act.' A  $25..fine was charged to each offender.  Warrant fpr the arrest of a third person,  also" a juvenile,. is out alter he. failed to  appear  in  court. .  WORKSHOP  Pender Harbour resident and teacher  of..the- Special.,C lass at .Madeira .Park  school, Mrs. Phyllis Knutson is being  sponsored by the Sechelt and District  Retarded Children's .Association so that  she may attend a special teachers' workshop in Seattle, Washington. The course  is at the Child Development and Mental  Retardation Centre and- the program  generally involves "performance measurement as a basis for improving classroom instruction." Mrs. Knutson will be  there with Mrs. Gladys Legh from Gibsons from July 5 to July. 14.  Mrs. Knutson started teaching the  special class when teachers at the school  noticed the necessity for such a class in  December of 1971, During the past school  term, the special class was held in the  won't   support   it"   emphasised   Director   "library and in the fall, when a full day  West.  Mayor Wally Peterson - commented  that Gibsops Village has always had a  ist*% building bylaw and a building committee  ppV/#which works well but his voice was  p|p|drowned in*. West's cry "Point of order!"  wWl Director Slade said he feels that the  ffliffpublic is not being given the opportunity  lo appeal, their case. He said "There  should have been an appeal'for Williams  (ot, (owner of the trailer whose permit was  %  mi  fat first refused) and he felt that this  pmif would have been the. function of the  B building committee when it was  schedule will -be required, plans are to  have the class held in the library during  the morning and transfer to the kindergarten room for the afternoon. Investigation of the possibility of building a  special classroom is still underway. The  special class had four children in it to  start but by the end of the. term there  were two. Special screening tests are  done before a child is taken out of a  normal classroom .situation,, and put- inlo  the .special class,  struck."  SHUTS  SHOP  Napoleon   Avila   Desbiens  and  his  committee which I "appointed has"ho'thing  to  do wWi  complaints   from   the  public    Francis   Peninsula   Road.   M.r,   Desbiens,  only,,,!  huildir  ferring to tlie Williams case he said the    P1'11"   l()  l<"'l*   B-C.,   "ion   visit   relatives  builcling,4Cominitteo,,could have,betm ,in- '"P-,^!^ of .  formed of the reasons for permit refusal    70-  snvs shfi    w',l,1r1  ""   in  a,in  n"m"  and one married daughter residing in  B.C., and one married daughter living in  Windsor   Ontario.  Mrs. Desbiens was born, at St. Leon,  Quebec in 1902. The couple met and were  rnarried in Quebec in 1920. Mr. Desbiens  was a' logger at the _lime. Because of  health problems with his lungs, Mr. Des-  ~>biens and his wife moved- lo Venufli "In  1943. Here they started* a hot dog stand.  This stand became famous inv Vernon  arid.was open from 7 am until 2 am the  following day, often seven days a -week.  Seven thousand soldiers stationed at a  training camp there kept the stand operating, also a scout jamboree with 1,500  scouts* kept them busy and crowds of  -people during Stampede Week patronized  , the stand. Hot dogs  went for  10c,  ham-  .,burgers 15c.. and fish..:and.,.chip.s.,.35.c...to,-._.$.l,.,  depending on the size of the order. Cold  weather . forced them to close I'or the  months of December and January.'  Among their patrons was W. A. C.  Bennett who then owned the National  Theatre in Vernon.  After three years in operation" they  sold the hot dog business and six acres  of land, which they had earlier purchased, two miles out of Vernon, and  bought a sawmill at Mable Lake. While  Mr. Desbiens ran the sawmill, Mrs. Desbiens worked for a while at a cafe at  Lundy,  17 miles out of Vernon.  In 1953, again in hopes that a different  climate would be conductive to better  health and because of a desire to live by  the sea, the Desbiens moved to Pender  Harbour, bringing the "best part of the  sawmill" with them.  While her husband operated the sawmill, Mrs. Desbiens worked as cook at  St. Mary's Hospital which was then situated in Garden, Bay and is now the  Sunshine Inn. She was the first cook at  the hospital and worked there for two  years then found it too hard to continue  and cook for the sawmill crew as well.  The next two summers, Mrs, Desbiens  worked in the cabins nt Lowe's and::Larson's Marinas which have since changed  hands.  Mr, Desbiens then decided to try his  went  Labour   Saver  Known as a Hydra-Mower, this privately, owned and operated machine  i.s seen in the Redrooffs area cutting  down and chipping bush and small  trees along Hydro power lines. The  machine takes down everything in  its path up to a diameter of eight  inches and wilt cover an area of fifteen feet by six miles-in ten hours;  An area estimated7.to take a work  crew with two power saws a full  week or: mote.   ���-.   7. 7, '.7.  Sitsigiessnieia's Specials  with her' husband but being'a. victim. of  sea sigknessTspon- tufii-ed7.$o7gardening  at home. Tn'-i��66,.7t,life-eoix_^le biiilt Green  Acres- store ajitf; have* beer.7operat.ihg-.-lt  since. During7his fishing-; '^xp^ri-sncer':MiiT7  Desbiens .fished .mostly, -for. cod ajid 'marketed it mainly at Murdock'^i 7(Indian  Islands Marina recently destroyed by  fire). .;  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Desbiens  have enjoyed  ':liVing.'4ifere'='B^  liked Vernon best, "it has a nicer climate,  not so much rain."  Alter their holiday which will begin  when summer visitors are gone, Mr. and  Mrs. Desbiens will continue to reside at  "Green   Acres".  SECpHBLT - VANCOUVER  "   ^iZ.00 0nieJPilay  ,$_1.$-4>��;7*Return:.-.- Monday through Thursday  SECHELT - NANAIMO  $10,00 One Way  PENDER  HARBOUR - VANCOUVER  $16.00 One Way  Walter Safety says,  "r>neel or sit low in a  canoe. If upset, HANG  ON to the oaribe until  help arrives."  wm  Mir ways  IjLWJT.EO  Phones: Seehelt 885-2214  Vancouver 685-4922 - Nanaimo 753-2041  Pender Harbour ZEnith 6416  P.O. Box 640, Sechelt, B.C.  |S^t^^[^[^_^^_^^^BBK^^^^a^  Chairman Almond said "the building    wife, Bertha Yvonne are closing up shop Mr, Desbiens then decided to tr;  >mmiltee which I appointed has ���ho'thing at their'grocery store "Green Acres" oii  '"and' at,'fishing- so-Mrs. Desbiens-  wWi   complaints   from   the  public    Francto   Peninsula   Road.   M.r,   Desbiens,  k).,vdeal,,wil.h,���.pro,l)loir|H ���wWch the,.,JBH7.!,?J:4>wol.l,..J!KlflfiR,..Jn 1,895,v,1iqh jusl  ng  insp'octbr comes' up with".  Ro-    sold his fishing'hbnt and the couple now  i!  I  FRIDAY ONLY TIL 9:00 P.M.  :'w'6tri'V'''lil-;e'''y(.rJsee''''"6Veiy  70,7says*'she  part .of B.C."  The home baking which Mrs. -Desbiens  was well-l,uiown I'or will be qon'lnued by  J)ei^laiightfii>ln-luw1.FMttj!lene),r..wbo.��hvos  Just two doors south of the store;' theio  II. whs 'finally, decided Mint n meeting ���. Is �� "Sign in front of her homo, The bak-  of Mib dlrcctiovs he'colled as rebbmmond-    'nK^'S  od by WohI. and that the, board's legal ad-    prlyntp   ordqrs    can ,,bo .placed, , Cakes,  visor he present,     . bread, buns, cinnamon rolls, donuts ancl  ,���, ��� , l)liM|iday .cakes, can bo^ordoved,  F6r Quick ReaultB Ubo Times AdbKiefp        The Desbiens have three married sons  and strnighlened the maltor out before  legal action was taken.  Director West ��� commented * lhat ho  \vouldr;,.i.l,Ho,,..]ike��^U)��.know*4lho..r,ons<in-*why.  some permits wore tflveh.  Bh  f.'  Despiens Hot Dogs  Ladies'  Blazer Sweaters  Whitb-''ani'':;Navi'7:Siic"38''!';d^      ���'���'"��� ' '"  9.98 Value. ^    Afc  How Aboilt     "������|��*B-  5  Si  I  Men's, and Boys' Joggers  Whil-e with 4 stripes.  Compare at $9. AAA  cicar7out 777777.1 .-���".;.:.'.:;���"���i����|'*l  Souvenir Wall  Plaques  Rcgiilar,..,'9l5G..,i *,,'        ,  ,,!,,.,. ...  Agift fora %  .    t9AA  friend, , ���������   tor ������fl��"V  Aluminum Souvenir  Serving Trays *  Regular f9 '     ''_\  1,49 :...<�����.- for ������   '     I   ii i i   Ladies' Wooden  'ExerclsP'Shbes  ;Witfi heofs.  Comparo this ono.;.;..,......  Phentex Yarn  Unwrapped 3,25 ox, ball  'Awt',' "'���. "������"������ 5|  I Toilet   Tissue   4 rollspor pkg.  Kleenex Dinner Napkins  ���q.kw-v Royalle Paper Towels  Any,3  for**  balls  ��!������  Plientex.^arri  80*. halls, ���  Asst. colors, ���  Rog. 1.99    each  1*44  3  Piece  C6?(c^dinate7Sets  Panty-hoso - Brief - Pra,  Groat gift. Rog, 1,97 '       ^  ���*(.i' '\ ir i' i i ������������  1.44  Q;-Tips; -������������':y.  Many usosi  ,* *4 for m �����"'j"p'"'j"r  Mattel-Hot Wheel  Accessories  Up"to��l;,65*ya|MO^T**,j��r'  Clear Out    ,i- !  Queen Size  painty',;,: Hose..  Hero  again   1.44  ^3tOWIy;",?:w,Twl l  Ladies'  Dresses  Regular Special 12,77,  Joyce and Susy say    v       ,  as long as 'thoy last .......  ,\ ��������  Sunshine Coast  Whereabouts  ..Send one to <*B  a friend, ..��  L-P Records  Specially,  marked       "Gait'; ,Yariil.7,;  Poigo, gold,    ' *%  green, arid orange **���  ' l"W*^W^'  Ladies'  Donim Shirts  RogMiaV**',9P i\,.i:^y: i lf4*44  Lawn Chairs  Relax In the Su-r),  While thoy last 7   4.44  Now' rocroh'ilori' conlro 'Wolilrid ,|Wo"Dpomtlna" from noon until JO'p.m," Ww'thnn Hint of lho norm'nl fo'ny  llod Hori.vlor, Pnvifi Any In lhtf-"MU wHh-f, ro-cqi^b, tho noise lovol.moa- traffic stpoom, the rocordinK jmkon  Uo-Indyil^go-cart^ti'odc^upouvlaed^^  ,^i��^*0^1<^W3Ci"l^PIH"wt>iVMlt��^"lO^"^  m'nkoi'fl,and, roflkloniH.lotfi of fun.  Kiddies' Wicker  Basket Chairs ���  .Clear*  Out   .  f TWwtattMWwpt-^***^ n  2*44  Pra and Bikini  Set  Pretty j**''Protty-.:.'Color����-i'!'i"��'��-i-N'~1-  Regular Yalue 1.99.  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'"    ^_  A ipQclal purchaso ��r  for  144  Pnnt Tops, Blouses -  and Fancy Blouses     *  Speelal _.  .              :���.., ^���*l.*|'  COME ON IN  XOTS OF IN ST0RE   - "'SPECIALSy-   f#|MW| W****f^***����*t4������� �����WpMW*W��I1B*����    ������H|WWpMPWW,|   ���'W  July Its Clean Up mpovli*  lExcMfft t|io mess, qnd take  ( adyantaga of tha sayings,  TRAlt BAY CENTRI5, SECHlLT     PHONE 8BB^33B  ii^i^^  Beer Glasses  15 ox, fixe,  Pkg. of 6  Artificial Fruit  Me'^ ' "   <__>  .29e.-��..��.,. .       . 1W  Plastic Drapes  Regular 1,09 on, ,, ..m  STEDIVIAIVIS  $1.44 DAY  1st Friday every month  BE^r,,;.,,r,,,,;,-l,,..,r ..,.,.-  RED ROOSTER DRIVE-IN  ..  .,��... ���r,,    .p^vjg*.* Bfty ._,��Phono ��� 885^2848 *r*\ -A * - - * ?: ���,  "* *ul \* )<��H^4��f(����f ^tM^rM**1  m^^*vmwm*s  t. ! f   n  ���       1        y I  ,     tn i,        }*   i,       S'      fv>t��* M��*   Jr'rf ��   C.f. ,fi   I    n    fl p  ..       *      , i \) I       * *.l*ttM    t*    UvfM4i.it   I*   '*    fat.    .    J   -.  ', *��,H|>  >��    !  v   1 ���        ��� ���     -1    '    *   '<       *  > *-i  * * M 's  Ufam?*  1    '���' '>  'i  7 t  ******       l,?i,JlWyifi#-,tt,!fel \\  \  \.  w  \   , ' v ���  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednes'day, July 5, 1972  By Diana Bpmford . . .     .  7 \ \  , Madeira ^Elementary School  . wejl attended Awards Day"  ���LAST day of school and Awards Day  was, held for Madeira Park Elementary school students Wednesday, June 28.  Mr. Vern Wishlove, principal of the  school lold a gathering of about seventy  parents and the congregation of 200 students how-great the enthusiasm of the.  students had been through the year and  how good it was to see them progress  so favorably. To the grade sevens who  will be graduating to the high school  next term, Mi*. Wishlove expressed his  wishes for their future success and stated  1) Academic, Jeremy Thompson, 2) achievement, Kari Morrison,^ 3) artist,  Karen Stiglitz. Grade 2-3: Miss Mackenzie 1) Academic, Wendy Lee, 2) achievement, Calvin Nelson, 3) artist) Tammy  Daley, 4) service, Hazel Reid. Grade 3-4:  Mr. Bulm.er 1) Academic, Riccoh Talen-  to and Anne Crowther, 2) achievement,  Glen Brown, 3) artist, Terry Reid, 4)  service, Elsie Kingston. Grade 4-,5: Miis  McKee   1)   Academic,   Lhevinne   Talento,  2) achievement, Bobby Kobus, 3) artist,  Doug   Lloyd,   4)   servicer Keiley   Reid,..  they would be missed in the elementary v Grxade 6: Mrs. Silvey, Miss Davidson,  1)  school. Academic,  Russell  Cameron  and  Sharon  The  awards  given  out  were   divided  into   many   categories   which   generally _ ���     ,    ���   ���,     ,TT. , , _.    .  were:   Athletic,   Grade   Seven     Honour i����f���nV,2���|eJ!;4 *����� _^f'^J?  *?Z  Roll,   Library,   High-School     Assistants-  M*>BE   ABOUT...*  ���^Regional Board meeting  ���from  page  A-l  ' \  notice showing this intention placed in  a local newspaper, askmg for any objections to the proposal.  .We would appreciate it if you could  Jet us know if there is anybody else who  obstructs the trail, so we can act -sooner,."  PUZZLED.  Director West asked how could the  owner of Block V.D.L. 1638 get a building permit? Secretary Charles Gooding'  said at lhat time the trail was not shown  on the plan in the Regional Board office  and  they  were  not  aware -of  it,  that  is  why the permit- was approved   ' Director Thorold said that since this  house was built, devious things have  been done to.cause re-routing of the trail,  "We should know who obstructs the  trail and inform the Highways Dept.",  commented West.  McKay, 2) achievement, Nancy Cameron,  3) artist, Cathy Lloyd, 4) service,. Debbiev  demic, Robby Tait, 2) achievement, Dave  ^^PtfaTi^nH ^^r^^z^ gffff,^**8*Krist*Larson-4) service'  of Madeira Park Elementary School    but somehow the young fellow front    course but ���our view is he just hap-  will be continuing their schooling at    ���right does not really look ready for    pens to like cameras.  Service,  and  Room Awards.  Riccoh Talento, a super chessman and  only in grade three received a special  award, a chess, game with wooden chessmen, for his undefeated efforts at playing  the game during the term. In a game with  Mr. Wishlove, Riccoh kept the principal  thinking all the way. Riccoh. apparently  was thrilled with his prize as he played  six games before he went home.  Winners of the Athletic Awards were:  Senior  Grade Andy Peters, Donald Brown, Roddy Tait,  This group of senior award winners    Pender Harbour High School this fall    high school. We could be wrong ot    Martin Knutson, Henry Sundquist, Mark   &..-��'_    .   ��� ,       .���_,...,     _.._ _-.--,-���. i.u.   ->- r���7t������, *��������<     ���,���.o���  w ���,r mow i��  h. . m��f han.     siadey,   Dave  Hyatt,  Lome  Reid,   Ricky  Merkel, Kerry Ward, Carey Paul, Sheila  Harris, Kristi Larson, Colleen Newick,  Tammy Brown, Tanya Campbell, Delaine  Gerick, Genie Paul, Linda Dubois, Geraldine Bilcik, Kelly Mair, Deidre Kammerle. ,  Honourable Mention for their athletic  endeavours went to Russell Cameron, Ernie Kingston, Frank Roosen, Derald  Scoular, Todd Mair, Brian Scoular, Ross  Fillion, Elaine Antilla, Kelly Lawrence,  Leah Silvey, Yvonne Campbell, Cathy  Brown. On the grade seven Honour roll  were Roddy Tait, and Sheila Harris.  ...... For their,>york and. assistance to.Miss.,  Marilyn McKee in the library at noon  hours, awards were given to Merridith  Porter, Nancy Cameron, Dianna Iverson,  Linda Christian.  Awards for high-school assistants to  the elementary school in basketball and  for school service went to Lorraine Bilcik,  June Crosby and Joanne Kingston.  School Service Award for being "Girl  Friday" went to Bobbi Reid. Bobbi was  commended for her telephone answering  service in the absence or unavailability of  the secretary, Mrs. Doreen Lee, or the  principal, Mr. Wishlove, and for her efficiency at running errands. Service  award for picking up school mail went  to Linda Christian; and for care and  distribution of sports equipment to Ivan  Nelson, Ernie Kingston, ��� and Glen Crich-  ton.  Room Awards are as follows, kindergarten: Mrs. Silvey 1) Academic, Rogene  Talento, 2) achievement, Steven Prescen-  sky, 3) artist, Annette Silvey, 4) service,  Leanne Tremblay. Grade 1: Mrs. Talento  ��� - -There is still much -research to be  done in discovering and dealing with  the - causes  of  mental  retardation.   .  Lee Ann's  GIFT  SHOP  -Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2698  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English   Bone China  Pauline Johnson and-WelchVGandies  *   Hand  Made  Arts and Crpfts  *   Cards and  Gift Wrap  MEAT  STEAI  Whole,  Bone-in'  $129  ibroa:  Canada Choice, Canada Good  CUrls appear to predominate in this  group of award winners of the Madeira Park Elcmqntary Intermediate.  Intermediate Grade  Grade. All were highly commended    Awards  Day  prior  to  relaxing for  for their endeavors at last week's    summer recess.  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into 'more homes' than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Socholt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  t.if&>.Wm4_4i_'A-  R0ALC0G0R RANCH  THIRD ANNUAL  ���.p|..rHi  Garden Bay Road  Pender Harbour  Jt\ Events  Sat., July 29  11.00 a,m,  Sr. Events  Sum., July 30  California  RODUCE  _l  LOWE  "MJt'H**  ICE  .'IbT.  (*5S* j-rBnv'tWaW" i lr*4lt!li-��M*i'Mr*  Sunkist, Valencia .  am  ��� -H- ��� ,*��� "���-  WqjK��ri��iwH#rtir��itp$ WyU&fMM^wtoiWWtwfi,  I *vH*M!P*'t*elM**"'"',��***"t  Primary Grndo ,  AH'proud of lliolr.nclilovomonlH Ihiwo   IiIkI* prutou. from tholr. principal Mi'.,  ���fiwnfcf;wl��noi'n of-ll')u.-MjuUoii.uJ^u^  ItSlomantury prliiuiry grudo rpwclvcd   i.oroinonkwItittt ���Wo.l.NWtTny,.-���KujulJC.  r'lUP.PI in  ��iw����)^'.p'|lit,milll M'P'WIWIjtlH'llfp.^  Quoluiionu. in,wiIUiih). ura roijuoutcd l,ur lho lollowlpa;���  1. Painting upcclllcd uiuuti In St. Muiy'u l-louphul Uaiionjonl  ���  area,  '  Details can be obtained from tho Director of HospHql, Services, '  ST, MARY'S, HOSPITAL  J1,0, lio* ,670/ S.K.hol'l,,IJ,C.  �����iwiw<i|��iiiiiiih<.��iiw"i ywiMi|lpiiru��iifi|iiiinliwMi��iwi����i|iili"iiii��iwi����ii��ii'lwwi'fiW<lH|i>i||��l!l'|WN|i><w|iil'iriv  AYERS       \  - --���-���- WEST SECHEIT *  ���;���Now*-Accepting*  ,   Reservations  ' SI-CLUDliP LOCATIQN   '  ALL, SERVICES - GROWING  MASON-ROAP-.WEST. SECHELT  next to sch��ol  10,30 a.m,  Gold Cup Jumping  .,  Cult Riding    i(   ,   ,  Western Games   BARN DANCE  iMARG ARIN E *, :k*��ft :r::i "jeL  'PBAS'mow :...:...:.: ::   APPLE   PRINK   SUNRYPE, 40 ox,   WHOi,E; TOivlATOES   hunts,ia��� ���*.���  ImACHES   ardmona' hauves or SI.ICEP, <  |t^l4*r4W^^PW.PTsr4W^P4\^^WP^..^ytf��wWffr(pal,flp%OXirrj^ypf��.^a,p.ipp#p.p^rpp  V'i'        -' '.' >r  MBRACLE WHIP  kraft, n ox.:::  .'Mini puddbngs nbt;b;t_;.*:��.��. 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'                        .��                               ���                                ,  ' "S, I                                                            1                          ,,  '" ' *      .',' ,  ���    ,   "      ,���������*"������      ���" -      ~  ,���    '<\    V>,\\;<  �� -*���*'���**  f\ A  Sp.  1S^'  JUl  he Peninsula jJme^  Wednesday, July 5, 1972  Vi'j-t   Ae3t  b*-?.   ���  Vancouver   1�����  Jfaphic  V si .   a  industries  Pages 1^-8  o or* vice  named  ���   ���   ���  niuutfuuwuwBwtauiiMMUMtrwaiuwuwM^^  Yacht Club land transfer  deliberate subterfuge cry  Drivers' licences  new look July 4th  DRIVERS'   licences  in  British  Columbia  will have a new look starting July 4.  All licences issued or renewed after  Lhat date will include a coloured photograph  of  the   holder.  In announcing the change Attorney-  General Leslie Peterson said that it has  been introduced primarily "to make identification easier and to assist the enforcement agencies ih making'sure that  the licence is being used by the person  entitled  to use  it.  "The new format is recognition of the  l!act-that,-a,driver's,,licence-.has become,.al-_  most a universal form of identification,"  he said. "The licence will be useful as a  positive means of identification in connection with driving, but for other purposes as well."  Peterson noted that British Columbia  was the first province to introduce this  new legislation in Canada, but suggested  that others will follow as its convenience  and usefulness is proven.  The new licences will contain standard personal information and the photograph, but will be reduced to credit  card size. Photographs will be taken at  local motor licence offices at the time  of application. An interim licence will  be issued at that time for use during the  processing period. There will be no extra  charge"  with  the  new  syterri.  persons nqw holding a driver's licence  arc- ,not" required to "change tp the new  format before the renewal* date shown  on their current licence, although'4 they  may obtain a duplicate licence in the new  format if-they wish. Cost of this duplicate, liuence will be $2.00  Decorative  archways    and  quisi'te array of - floral. exhibits made  Sechelt Garden Club's Summer Show  at outstanding success. Garden Club  At St. Hilda s Hall . . 9  Flower   Show  an  ex-    members served tea7 and made t^te  public very welcome to the first competitive show of the year.  BRIEF bearing several pages of signatures, protesting the transfer of a private lease in the long narrow arm of  Secret Cove- to the Royal Vancouver  Yacht Club, was presented at last week's  .meeting of tlie Sunshine Coast Regional  Districts  Commenting   on   the   transfer,  Mayor  Ben Lang of Sechelt said it was deliberate  subterfuge  and  the^  Regional  Board  had been deliberately bypassed. s  Ou the basis of pollution and congestion, the Regional Board had turned down  a  previous   RVYC  application  for  lease.  "~i     Reporting on the plHnraTignccwimittee~  ^meeting   director   Jim   Tyner     said   the  ��� Committee   noted   that  a   lease  held   by  Mr.   Robert   Gibson     was   assigned   on  'May   26,   1972   to   the   Royal   Vancouver  . Yacht Club..:Jt.....wtas . nated. that..,, the,., or-,,  iginal application of the Yacht Club had  now been withdrawn.  The Committee reiterated its stand  that this assignment merely transfers  the problem of congestion ahd pollution  to another portion of the cove. It was also  noted   that   the   Gibson   lease   was   for  private moorage and th'eN assignment  changed the character of the lease to  a  semi-commercial,  semi-public  use.  It was  recommended  that  the  Lands  Branch be advised of this change of use -  and that the Board  should receive legal  advice concerning this change of use.  The Committee, also noted that they  had not the privilege of commenting on  the renewal ,of the Gibson lease and  recommended the Pollution Control  Branch be again requested to comment  on the problem of pollution.  ;_- The Board further recommended that  the sub-planning committee give the mat-  ter further study arid call in other people as needed. When all the information  has been gathered a special meeting of  the Board will be called.  Waller Safety says,  "Tell your mother and  father ���hat you want  to ieuin to swim NOW."  100% Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  s  �����  Annual Garden Club show  provided keen competition  TRELLISED arches featuring climbing  plants and hanging baskets, pleasantly surprised the many garden enthusiasts who visited Sechelt Garden Club's  Spring Flower Show.  "^'Tieia^Tri^St: Hng.g-��Hgi1v-tl41e'ev^t-  was opened by Mr, E. W. Booth of the  Bank of Montreal .which provided to the  silver tray awarded the grand aggregate  winner. Judges were Mrs. Ann Kurluk,  Mr. John Kirkland and Mr. DavecDoig,  and show manager was Mr. Eric Neilsen.  Now with many years experience behind them, garden club members exhibited exquisite blooms and flowering  plants and competition was keen with  just two points separating high aggregate winner Mrs. Greta Jorgensen with  29 points and Mrs. Janet Allen with 27.  President of the Garden Club Mr.  Frank Read presented the silver tray to  Mrs. Jorgensen. High points winner in  the cut flowers was Janet Allen and Mr.  Gunner Hanson came first-in the potted  plants; African violets and hanging bas-  -���ket.:,, categories, .. ,  , 7ln the childrens-section, the 'Sutherland 'family had really worked on the  wild flower collection with Moiru Sutherland taking first prize.  ft"S1sJ* ���_ .taWwt***'  New Compensation Act  best in North America  BRITISH   Columbia's   new   Criminal   injuries   Compensation   Act   went   into  effect on July 17 *_  ���The Act;* whiclr was  guideu through ���  the last session of the provincial legislature by the'Honourable Leslie R^Peter-  . s&n'.'"''Q,'G'."'' is'considered-"the  ous   ��ncl   comprehensive  of   Its   type   in,  Novthi, America, Tho Act  provides  com-  "''i;)6iisnUon for' "Victims of  39   diffcrohf"'  typos" of crimes of violence ranging from  abduction to common assault, administering pol.spiv or turning in. a false alarm. ,���  In   the  curo  of  death,   compensation   is  .ht-fltn JitstoiH �� 1. 9>,.Mlt'm'k#!''itWto.l*t   9 =*tr'����i^lfH* | + ._n 11 srawflr- Y<cffl*��Mb ���*"" i--���HU-ftt-i'T-t(S'T>"|'ifWIli,.^tr*i;��i"iJil��t^rsV'  provided to tho victim s dependants.  Bonol'lta take many  forms,  including *  1 itmp.;., hurn  puymonIs irom ,, $ 100 < up ��� to* i  ���til5,000,  periodic payments ovor months  or yoiu'R,  modloul  oxponKO.s,  burial  ox-  poiiHos, rehabilitation  treatment ijtncl job  oounn'olllntf. ,  AdmhilHtrutlon of lho" Act Is handled  ���by the ���Wo'i'kmon'H Compensation Board,  Tho funds required   for tho  plan  come'  from tho provincial  Kovornmonl.  ��� vTht) WCB luin  llio authority  to pay  ;c$h_l6ht.uUon 'to a   victim  of ,��. orinto,  ovon  though  no  prosecution  or  convlo  ���lion hufi taken pined, ' "  'Tho now legislation repcato the Lew  Mnf.oruomonl, ,,OMloorH'> AhhIhUuk-q Com-  ���paiiHHllon Act, Vvhloh wuh punned tu 1000'  to provide aompontmtlon to oUIwoiih Who  .wore -injhrcd,. whllciwHlHllnf., the .police,  TIioho who uhhIhI police officers. In clonllnfl  with crime are now covered under tho ���  Book loin doHorlhintf tho honoi'ltfl' iw-  .unublo.uiKlpr.thdrCrlinlnwl'liiJurloH.iCom--  poniiutlon Act are iwnllahlo nl nil WOB  offices, pollco Hlntionn, lioHpltnln and other  Kovoi-nment nflencieu,��� '. *    l,  RESULTS  Vase of annuals, Janet Allen, Marg.  De Hart. Sweet peas, Eric Neilsen. Delphiniums, Frank Read. Peonies, Greta  Jorgensen, J. Allen, O, Marshall. Pansies,  L.   Hanson.   Violas,   O.   Marshall.   Roses,  M. De Hart, G. Jorgensen. Roses, G. Jor-    .  gensen. Bowl roses, Josie Reid. Japanese"  iris,   J.   Allen.   Iris,   J,   Allen,   F.   Read.  Lupins,- Ena Harrold. Day  lillies,  J.  Al-  len^**Liliumf-'J;'-.Allen^rFlowering^-*shr,ub^^i  Ena   Harrold,   J.   Allen,   F.   Read.  -Gut.'7  flowers,   L.  Hanson,  E.   Neilsen.   Basket;,  of   flowers,   G.   Jorgensen,   J.   Allen,   E.  Harrold.   Dining   table   arrangement,   M.. .  De Hart, E. Harrold, J. Allen. Floral ar-';'.  rangement,   E.   Harrold,   L.   Hanson,   E.  Neilsen,-Miniature ararngement,  G.- Jor���*-  gensen, J. Allen, N. Waites.  POTTED    PLANTS '  Foliage plant, G. Jorgensen, F. Read,  Josie Reid. Flowering plant, G. Jorgensen, F. Read, L. Hanson. Fern, G. Jorgensen, L. Hanson. African violet, L. Hanson, Hazel Ellis, G. .Jorgensen and J.  Allen. Cactus, V. Read, F. Read. Gloxinia,  J. Allen. Succulent collection, F. Read,  G. Jorgensen. Novelty arrangement, N.  Waites, E. Harrold. Tuberous begonias,  .L. Hanson, J. Allen. -Pendula .begonias,**;  L.--Han*>oh. 'Fibrous'''''1ieig5'aiiifS,"������"'Ahn,"Hilfiv''';','  met Multiflbia begonias, L. Hanson.  Dish Garden, E. Harrold, N.. 7W a,i i.e.s.  Fuchsia upright, G. Jorgensen. Fuchsia  trailing, F. Read, L. Hanson. Fuchsia  standard, L. Hanson.  Lucky prize winners were: Mrs. Jack  McNutt, door prize; Mrs. Gillie Macleod,  flower, arrangement and B. Stone, hamper.        ......,,��,..    ', ,   ..-,-.. ..-*:,   '-f,_.  tti   ���  i.  Mil BAY HARDWARE LTD.  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Farewells and awards prevalent  at elementary school closing  CLOSING    exercises    brought    the   Gibsons   pupils   together   on   June   28   to  applaud   lhe   award   winners   in   service,  sports, and school achievement-.  The pupils and teachers were honored  by a brief visit to their assembly by Paul  St. Pierre, M.P., and the chairman of the  school board. Mrs. Sheila Kitson. Mr. St.  Pierre received a rousing ovation when  he was introduced and another when he  said  B.C. was the besl  province.  Tho Ladies Auxiliary to Branch 100,  the Koyal Canadian Legion has offered a  book prize for the oast nine years to the  Grade 7 pupils who makes the most progress in the school year. The winner this  year was Michael Kampman. The hook  award and a certificate of merit were  presented-to Michael by Mrs. G. Lee for  lhe Auxiliary. Michael also won a gold  Merit pin for his 'consistent, service  throughout the year in posting house  scores on the bulletin board and hoisting  the flag every day that school was in.  Pupils who served in the library or  on the cross-walk patrol, or in the school  newspaper were awarded gold pins, Canada pins, or bars according to the extent  of their, service.  Awards  winners  wore:  CROSSWALK   PATROL  D. .J. Hauka, Brad Quarry, Rick De-  Long, James Sallis, David Wilson, Bruce  Brandon, Dawn Blakeman, Janet MacKay, Terry Verhulsl, Beth LePage, Michelle Phillips, Cathy While, Margaret Duncan, Ruth McPhedran, Want Ranniiger,  . Ruth Madison, Heather Duncan, Denise  Strom, Cathy Forsyth, Kim Littlojohn.  LIBRARY  Richard Chniller, Stephanie Gibson,  D, J. Hauka, Sieve Jackson; Mike Kampman, Beth LePage, Burbitru Meredith,  ..Jtimes SulliH,,,Kfdliy,J?.e,Y!VioLir, Jim ,Mc-  Ewali, Cheryl Pon fold.' Terry VerhulHt,  Jennifer   Blake,   John   McConnell,   Brian  Pi*!'!ridge,   Louise Y/IImmv l*-<,i'ctUi Hm--,  rison, Joanne BValhwalte, Victoria Cruice,  Nancy Duncan, Michael Dulenu, Jacqueline Gaines, Gary llormnun, Karl Johnson, Lena Jonas,  .-��,�����ro.nIiu.adillliuj\.��U)m.lhiH-,i.wuriLu��ul��,.iHipiU  received a tickel lo Uu* Wall DLsuey show  al lhe Twilight Theatre and a I run I "cuui'l-  "v.y of Ih'o propriolorn, Mr. and Mrn.  BoolJjroyd,  Sports nwurds wen) to Colleen Kiirue/.,  ftonior   glrlts'   I nick   and   I'iold   chump,   lo  Ryan 1'annil. m-nlor boyn, and to Maureen  Foray Hi mul Dmvy CUkmiUhh*. Junior truck  , ��� i!humt|��loiiH,   'I'lio  winning   houno   hy���. n  wide margin was Red House, the wirijner  for the second year in a row.  The school was honored with a gift  of a dictionary for the library by Mrs.  Metcalfe in memory of her husband Capt.  H. B. Metcalfe. Mrs. L. LePage presented  the dictionary on behalf of Mrs. Metcalfe, to Mrs. D. Fuller the Librarian of  the school.  School' volunteers aides were guests  if the school al lunch on June 29. Mothers  who have helped in. the library, in the  lunch milk program, and in classrooms  throughout a good part of the year are  deserving of high praise for their continued  service.  Goodbyes have been said, mnny very  tearfully, to departing teachers. The  school's best wishes, both pupils and  teachers, go with Mrs. L. Campbell off  to teach in Williams Lake, with Mr..Donnelly, off to' Madeira Park School, and  with Mr. Horvath, who goes lo Prince  George. And with Miss Pat Craig and  Mrs. J. Aelbers who are going back to  University, and with Mrs. Dahl, Mrs.  Green and Mrs. Skidmore who are leaving teaching at least  for the time being.  Golfers hold  exec, tourney  AS A result of the presidents���vice-presidents tournament held June 4 in which  the vice-presidents' .-earn won, the 12 best  players took part in. a Calcutta Sweep  Stakes at the local golf club June 11.  Those taking part were Bert Sim, Ken  Gallier, Andy Gray, Charlie Mittlesteadt,  George Bpser, Joe Kampman, Lome Gregory, Bob dimming, Roy Taylor, Bernie  Parker, Wolf Reiche and Bob McCallum.  Winners were Charlie Mittlesteadt,  with a second place tie going to Wolf  Reiche, Lome Gregory, Bob McCallum  and Roy Taylor.  At the Junior-Senior tournament held  June 25, low net team winners were  Charlie Mittelsteadt and Richard DeLong.  Low gross team winners were Jim Munro and Bill Snedden, jr.  Low gross junior winner was Bill  Snedden, jr., and George Boser was the  low gross senior winner while Gary  Davis captured the low net junior winner. Low net senior winner was George  Boser.  Other prizes went to: Roy Boser and  Bev Jackson (hidden high on number  three); Scott Jackson, (hidden high on  number eight); Tim Frizzell (hole in one  on number eight June 24). It was, incidentally, Mr. Frizzell's first time out on  the   local   greens.  The painting, donated by Lou McPhedran and drawn at the auction June  10, was won by John Eleanor Gritt of  Gibsons.  Gibsons court news  Assaulting an officer  results in 15 days jail  ^L_^m%mW9lmm9mm%mkJU4*&KkmWj&m%mLmmmBmm  WHAT!  NOT AVAILABLE?  Soo,'"''  efxm'd Camion*  For Your  FREE SPIRIT  18 Hour Girdle and Bra  ���by Play tax  Gibsons  ��� r * I-..-'-  886-9941  , ��� , , , > , , , , , , , , , r , i i , , , , , , , , , i , ,  A   NORTH Vancouver man   was  charged  in  Gibsons ' cwurl   last   week   with   assaulting  a   peace  officer  and  was   fined  $;���!()() or,  in default,  If) days in jail,  The fine levied against Andrew Sean _  Thompson of North Vancouver was payable   forthwith   and   as  u   result   lho   ��<������  fused was escorted  to* the  Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre.  The charge arose as n remill of n  complaint received about an intoxicated  ��"porsnn'~ln,~lhO'~\M(MnlVy'*"f)l,","llio"TwlllRht'���"  Thonlre. Thompson was arroHlod and re-  lurnod lo thoCilbminn RCMP ol'l'lcn, where  he luwiulled  Uu) UiTOhllllg nlTleor.  Ronald .John Pliai'e of Gibsons wuh  (*l]iir..|od wllh driving without Insiirunco  and wuh lined !)>'"("���() or In detail l|, !l() (Iu.vh,  Ho' wuh (iIho fiiiod $00 for driving without  u di'lvory liconco unci n -furl hor ifiS!" * for  driving a defective motor vohlelo. I'MiTon  rWeiV ordorod payable forthwith nnd i\. o  ��� result"'lho iicrunRrt,,'W,f'^,"vt'f|corlocl U> llio  ���Lower Mainland VJeglonnr Corroj'llnnn'v  Contro I'or a tornvol' A_ days,  Roborl  William liltdabrnok of Secholt  won ohargad for ..wIiir a' minor In pomoh*.-  Hlon of liquor and for ('mining n cIIhIiii'-  bunco by iiHlng.obMcono lunguugo, Ho wuh   I'lnud���1.">.)..uiK.tl'lV). fh'HhiMninU, and 4100on  lho  hucoikI   eounl,  Three portionn woro cliurgod nnd con-  ��y.l<lU)d*u uduiulhu��.Lug.Sal vaHO-rogii Int Ioiih  antl woro I'lnotl ijilOO oach,  ..., ,J"obui*t,...8ovon ' ...lardlno   wuhohar.qod  wllh falling lo Hlnnip lorn, forlhwltli, on  was David Davis White. David Joseph  Reaudoin was charged with log salvaging  without a permit.  DentalTopics  Student   Dental   Health Program  A WELL directed program of preventive  dontlslry saved parents ovor a quorler  of a million dollars  lasl  year In  direct.  dental expenses.  ������. ,.,I i u,l iRir).. lho .Bourcl-ti f-l-Ieal I h, i n Elobl--..  coke  (a  Metropolitan  Toronto  Borough)  started  a  dentu)  public  health   program  oncompassln'H 50,000 sludehts In  its olo-  nuMitary school sysUnn.  The  program  Is  preventive only,  No  t real mont, apart from llio. applieallon of,  I'luorldo, Is .given, ln 11)71, (111% of the  children had no envillos in their tooth���1  a reduction of H% In tho rule of tooth do��  oay In one your tho equivalent of saving  puronts ^70,000 In djiyi'l gonial oxponses,,  - ��� 'I'Vio i rtIi;opior^of; |1io"program Dr, Sa-:  muol OrooiV esillhatetrlohg torin suvlngs  lo parents achlovud by other purls of Iho;  program as ifiH'l.*.) for pointing of fluor-,  ,Jc,|o,,un,,smnll ohlldron'fl leqth; ifHt^lO'l fqiv  tho l)nish-lh,s~-flitoi,ldo toolhpuslo Hint  Irf "sOll'-admlnlHlorod by older children  and i^KVHflj'or, t|.Q,.��ducat'onal eoniiw.-.  iVonl-loeluros on tho oaro of leoih given<  lo  tfll.OOO older  chlldrun.  U.li,mQrwu,iii-,Hakl�����tlio,��.pi'ograin��.glvoH^'-.li\.  lotal value of ififiBlM.'.) In roturn I'or an  .timiialJnulgpi. of,.$o-i,()oo.'j..,.,,. , .,,  ���Canadian Dontul Assoolatlon  bys Adam\ McBride  (JKEETINQS!  Well, the Anavetsx Jamboree on the  24th sure brought out some hidden talent!  The Public Relations Officer, (a fancy  name for scroungerl FA Rhodes sure  mu-'.t have coveted a lot of territory selling lickets! Three people came in late  in lhe evening and explained their plane  hur.1 been delayed at Edmonton. Some  r.ilier guy came in with snowshoes on  aiul warded to know where he could tie  up his dogs. 1 guess we'll never know  who the guy was dressed in a Pirsl World  World   War  yankee  uniform.  Ed Rhodes, who looked after the taking of tickets at the door, complained  bitterly about people buying tickets and  th^n not showing up. But it was just a  little mistake. Ed had set the ticket  taker's table up at the fire esciipe door  at the back end of the hall and of course  everybody (ne"arly everybody) came in  the front door.  The music by the Sunshine Ramblers  was terrific and the crowd one of the  happiest I have ever had the pleasure of  serving. In'my estimation no one drank  too much except .one fellow who came  over to the bar screaming about a snake  on his table. Because of the danger of  snake bite, I gave him a big shot of  snake bite cure, and getting all my courage up, I sent my wife over to kill the  snake, which fortunately turned oul to  he a garlic ring that had fallen off someone's snack plate. Because of the, very  dark lighting effects in the hall, my wife  severely mutilated the garlic ring, making  it  very  difficult,  to  re-sell.  I myself acted as bartender and believe me, I've never worked- so hard  in my life. We ran out of ice water for  mixer( and when I hollered for more,  Velma Rhodes, a real worker, came up  with a big white pitcher full from some?  where!. After I had used it up (in about  five minutes) I asked her where she  got it. She said she had found three beetles of soda water or something in a box,  and had just poured them into the pitcher with some ice. T smelted the empty  hottlets, and it was Vodka. This is probably the reason that I'or the next two .  hours, although I could hear people calling their orders for drinks, all I could  see was a hand coming up with a ticket  ���J'rrma- below the other side of the bar  every time a customer ordered. I'd like  lo thank Syd from Seaview Market in  lioherts Creek for saving the day on  pop  for  mixer.  My wife, Joan, who sold tickets for  drinks, was once again propositioned by  Harry Juby about taking off for Mexico,  but the plan went sour when Joan  wouldn't  elope with  the  drink  receipts!  Mike   Deleiko   sure   was   a   welcome  face, and although he hasn't been feeling  too  well   lately,   nothing   can   keep, that '  guy down!  As Tar as trying lo tend bar, it would  have been impossible without Mrs. Ed  Rhodes and a guy who never fails us;  ��� Albert Danroth. Albert also acted as.  bouncer and said that at the first bad  word or temper tantrum, out the person  goes. He only had occasion to turf one  guy out but I got back in through lhe  washroom   window.  Gordie Dewar and John Chadwick are  to be thanked very much, although I've  repeatedly told Gordie the drinks are to  be poured by the jigger and not to let.  the customers drink directly from, tho  bottles,  The ANAVETS dance, because of thew  :   turnout,rhos given us enough'capital lb  go ahead with the first of our five hundred dollar Blngos! To all those who made"  this- possible, I ngqln ' thank   you.; But  not withstanding the good music, the  happy Crowd, or ull iho pooplo who  helped, t,he whole thing was a ringy  dinger success because of tho hard, hard  work ����� o f - o n e *��� in n n'rEd*Rh od os! *"' **-''"*'-*���������*'���"<*-*�����  See you ut tho next Anavels shlndlng!  RECENT revival of the controversial  Point property-4bat-is bringing out the  ���pros and cons of the real estate becoming  a provincial park was tossed aroundagain  at last week's regular meeting bf the  Gibsons ands District Chamber of Commerce.  Chamber president Mike Blaney "said  the ii,alt,-r ha*. ie.*e.-..-*d a loi ol publu-iiy  lately', "rather nnfavoranie publicity from  the pi.,i.nt ol  llii.-. Cbaiiibr-r.'' \  He Raid he per.-'orully felt* that some  kind of pai I. in that area i-. a i-ood idea.'  Winston Robinson said he didn't think,  at this point, thai the Chamber should go  on record as being in favor or against it.  A motion to establish a committee to  study the feasibility of a park in the  Soames Point area was later changed to*  the Gibsons area on Xhe, suggestion of  other members. Fred Cruice said he*'  would  like to  see  the  Chamber  get  in-  that the new boat ramp is 7" operation  and much better use of the new ramp  can be made. One Chamber member said  hot-rodders have found the new venture  to their liking. It was suggested tha<t local  RCMP be asked to patrol the boat launching area periodically in an effort to  curl,  the, hoici'iidding antics.  .'\\. Chandler of Commerce is now  1,,,-iking lor a new secretary, ^as the present one, Alls. Shirlee Janowsky, will be  leaving the area shortly. There were no  voliinteei'* al th.--'meet ing and consequently Ihe group will advertise for a new  secret a it.  volved IiT a study of theTuse of lands in  Howe Sound.  In other business, Alderman Robinson  said the municipal beach is being cleaned  up and it would definitely be cleaned up  by July  1. ,  It was reported that Ken Goddard had  been named as an executive member on  the provincial Chamber of Commerce.  The president reported that the sign  at Langdale had been re-painted.  Mr.   Robinson   also   told   tho   meeting  For all your real estate needs on the  Sunshine Coast.  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Kilty Paris, Tho  At enrpot company: "Floor yonr wlfo1' K'lf!?8' Mlfl8 'VmnyQvf.iMix.tf Frank  .h   n   now   am-not" !    ���V'"U"I"0I".Y>  with a now oarpot  I  PRE-CUT HOMES      3 Bedroom 1148 sq. ft.  All lumber H.H,A. accepted.  Dcliycrod to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coasti  .MMWWM.MI5S. BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road * Sochoh - 005.9066  P.O. POX ��13  Hallmark-Cou|l�� 7car��ls and wropplng*.  Fine ~~npl|*~t dilna cupi and laucori,  pontlqiio Itomn, local artl��t�� painting*.  Tho choir, undor tho vory ahlo dlroc-  Hon of Mrn,J.y ..yoynon,...��(\vo .beautiful    ,  -!-?"r*lte^-iJte^P*^lnL-JiMmboi-fl���Oui'   Hp-i Ir GroiH and My Qod nnrt 1.  1 Tho^rtbflWfifl^for'tho'l'-'ybunfl' pooplo  woh from yho flrot RplHtlo of, Paul do  Timothy, Thoro wiw'n colohratlon of tho"  Holy Communion,  Wlndom comcR with hko, hut rtooim't  do anyhody much /tood7fllnco hlimlllty  tondfi to net,in nt about tho name tlmo,  ��� _-Businossmon, requiring . torm-IdQns���.for,���souncl���������  business purposos nro Invltod ^o discuss, tholr  noeds nt tho IDB, office rocontly oponod in  North Voncouvbi*,,��IPB con land to almost nil  typpfi' of buslnosB-mnnufnoturlnn, tourism,  ���^l^Jm3PloialQjn4d��i:Qtall^ ngrlcid-  boycl siding . . p.m. "J|03        colour^ '���...,.���..  TtX oibrraof inort07^011^=^  DRY ALDER WOOD FOR SALE  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  9015RobsonSt.  588-5441  j_ -  IPEAL FOR FIREPLACE OR STOVE  PROMPT DELIVER*  !      PHONE 896-7292  turo, profosaionnl sorvicos-, otc,  LAsJirtP-LPMLbookiot.^.  mmmm  OEmOPMMBM  IVIanagpr-R, W- Qr^y  " 11B Wfifit ,TBIIT?C/NortlTOhobuv5rB1cr   ToL;p8Q��6G71         v  W!^(r|WS��|nS  rt  mmm^mmmwm  K  I  Wmmww  y \  1 '7|     "       \        ^a*��u����vfa*w#  t"  ^  Wednesday,. July 5, 1972  The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  ^rrX,!"v','1,*<'��w  ^wa.v  A:  #i$ffi^Mili$^&ffl��  Come in and see^"The Little Village  Girl" .figurines from vDenmarJ*r ��� Miss  TBee's Wharf ftoad, Sechelt.  >(!iiiiiiiinniiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii��'WK     ���.ft.-.-.-.-.**.-  At least in principle . . .  legion building for suites  {approved by village council  \\  AT THE regular meeting of village council held June 19, members approved  in principle the request to remodel the  present legion building so that the premises can be divided into suites.  Alderman Winston Robinson question-.  ed   the  report   from   Hokhold   Engineering, who gave their approval of" the project, but mayor Walter Peterson said he  was with the inspecting official and felt  future,  be advising you  as  to my  decision."  Clerk David Johnstqn said he thinks  the village may have found a dog catcher  but added, "but it 7s very difficult to  find a pouijd."  NEVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD     *:  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *  *  Ph. 886-2280  Gibsons, B.C.  Shared  Interest  Taking precious time out from his  own fish-rig trip in Pender Harbour,  Hon. Ralph Loffmark, Minister of  Health was only too happy to* present the Hospital Auxiliary Fishing  Derby prizes and is pictured with  Mark Sladey who caught the third  largest cod. Asked if he was hav  ing any luck fishing, the Minister  replied, "I haven't had a chance to  get my line in the water yet'7 Commenting on the fact that proceeds  from the derby go towards patients'  comfort, Mr. Loffmark said it is  good that those in good health are  thinking of others less fortunate.  Letter makes it clear  ���   ��� ��������  Parents' Auxiliary  A LETTER written by Mrs. Melba Baker,  president of the* Parents' Auxiliary to  the Roberts Creek School, addressed to  the board of school trustees of School  District No. 46, makes it clear that the  group is not associated with those recently presenting petitions.  The following is a copy of Mrs. Bak-  &msnmmmmmffMmMUMmMMMi_\  %  I  1  COMPLETE  DETAILS  OF THE  SEA  CAVALCADE  WILL APPEAR  IIM  NEXT WEEK'S  PAPER  ?fmMMMMmmmmmmm*mMi&  er's letter:  Board Of School Trustees,  Dear Sirs: I have just learned of two  petitions  which were recently presented  to the School Board by some groups of.  parents from the Roberts. Creek area.  As president of the Parents' Auxiliary  to the Roberts Creek School I wish to  disassociate this group from the petition  regarding the administration of the principal Mr. MacTavish. The parents involved  have never attended a meeting, are not  members of the Auxiliary nor was our  advice  sought  on  this  matter.  Regarding the petition involving Mrs.  Wallender, although members of the  Auxiliary are sympathetic to the retention of this teacher on the grounds that  she is competent to teach 1TA which we  consider an asset, and she seems to enjoy  good relations with the children, another important factor especially in the  first grade, we as a group felt that we  are not in a position to actively support  this petition.  As to the funds held in trust for the  purchase of school playground equipment, we understand that until preparatory work is done by the maintenance  staff i.e. bulldozing and some clearing,  we cannot proceed with any of our plans.  Any assistance you can give to expedite  this, matter will be,most appreciated, by.  the Parents' Auxiliary. Some of our children have already progressed to the High  School! ���  MELBA BAKER, president  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  WHEN   the   B.C.   Old   Age   Pensioners  Organization convention was held at  Campbell River for four days recently,  among those attending were William  Haley,-first vice-president and Mrs. Nora  Haley, the latter on this occasion acted  as a delegate for the Horseshoe - Bay  Branch O.A.P. The Haleys enjoyed meeting many old friends.. 180 voting delegates attended as well as many visitors.  Much business was taken "care of. Hon.  Dan Campbell, Hon. Isabel Dawson and  Tom  Alsbury-were  present. ---���  Mr. and Mrs. Haley enjoyed a bus  trip* to the picturesque old Strathcona  Lodge, Buttle Lake, etc.  Rev. J. Williamson and Mrs. N. Moore  attended June presbytery meeting which  was held in St. David's United Church,  Pemberton. Miss Marnie Tumbridge, on  furlough from Japan, was a very interesting  speaker.  Dr. Terence Webb and Mrs. Webb  have the former's mother, Mrs.' Phyllis  Webb, from England visiting them "for  six weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Richards  have returned from a two-week vacation during which they visited friends  at Vancouver, Chilliwack and Cultus  Lake.  Johtl Charman was at Golden over the  holiday  weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. George Scott of Chamberlin Road. have their daughter and  grandchildren from Petawawa, Out,,  staying with  them for  a month.  the report was an accurate one.  Alderman v Charles Mandelkau asked,  "will there be any fireproofing between  each  apartment?" >v  "Oh no," answered the mayor, "there  never is."  Alderman Gerald Dixon said  he had  ' "to do it"  when he  had  additions built  to his building.  Alderman Pixon added, "I suppose it  is okay���it's the type of development  that's not going to add to the community  ���probably  second  rate." "  Commented Aid. Robinson, "I'd go  along with it too, as long as it looks fairly nice. We don't want it just thrown  up into eight ramshackle type apartments."  Mayor Peterson added, "I think the  Legion was very fortunate to have somebody come along and buy the place."  In other business, Industrial Seaboard  Co. of Vancouver was awarded the contract to supply and instal the marine out-  ful system in connection with the sewers  for a price of $32,023.40. Other bids on  the project ranged from Dillingham Corporation's $39,502 to Hallcraft Construction Ltd's $71,402 to a $139,725 submitted by Standard" General "Construction'"1'  Ltd.  Hon. P. A. Gaglardi, Minister of Reha-  - bilitation and Social Improvement, wrote  council   acknowledging   its   enquiry   into  the feasibility of placing a resident welfare worker in this area.  "you will be interested in knowing  this matter is under study at the present time,?' he wrote, "and I will, in the  Organic  foods^i?o>  __m2mmss___\.  STRAWBERRIES  FRESH  DAILY  12 oz.  baskets  Reg.  1.70 Value  CASHEW SESAME BUTTER  SESAME TAH AN I  16 oz. jar    mP   baskets     * ���"MW-- OR  ORGANIC APPLE CIDER  Certified, 32 fl. oz. . '.   Phone 885-9063  % ib��. loOO  J, ��JO  1.15  Ljood ~jrooa -3/<  ore  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C. - Box 776  RUBBER TIRED SKIDDER  AND D6 CAT  OR WILL  PURCHASE TIMBER  RIGHTS  FOR CASH  Phone Collect TED HILL  Days 681-4181 - Eves. 929-2408  ^orijwritezjGen.^  | 'FLOATS'. I  >S>   n/'Vk'C DACTC ....hi _\\  \ DOCKS ��� RAFTS  I  with  Polystyrene  Floatation  Billets  If II [an A onville  adlicd   rJLld.  I  >iiiism/ni/iiiiijnfiiiiitgttiiffnmrsil_\  86 Gavinchy St., 985-7101  NORTH VANCOUVER  r*S  Sunshine Coast  There arc only eighteen lots  available   in    Redroofs  li.slalCH.  _ Onlyaeighteen opportunities  "To? "Nome" IfielTy " family"Ii)  find   lho   perfeel   summer  ......place... .,.-.......���-,., ..���.,,.   Redroofs    Eslalcs   is    Iwo  houi'N away from tho city in  a   homillful   wooded   area  that'll close lo lho water,  The loi/i. nro.  hum, every-. .  > .1i|'.ig''ti nc1\h Wifli^iWs-'kliWt''.'^*  n,s low..iup.^pMO With $325  down, '  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!   (Less when on contract)  . i,_�� T^W.:Wt*lt��Ws*S*��i[Wi ��*SrJ*.apTi-*p -W' '*".  vM-tWlk''  I'hono today.  083-8411 (241  imi-X-IRVIN"  REALTY LTD.  m  Your advertising in this  space ^..^yy.l.l.l...,,... reach.,. ^_.riearly.  2,500 homes" (over 9,000  people), each week. It's the  most   economical   way   to  7<V*.,tec^W 'm'6^MjJhir1^ qfitoUNM *  ,'. people because Times ads    ������'��  go into more homes than   any  other newspaper, produced' in this area.  THE TIMES  005-9654 (Socholt) ,     006-7244 (Gibsons)  )**>'*  There's No Job  Too Big For Us1.  THE  MODERN  APPROACH.  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STRAWBERRIES  Rod, rlpo strawborrios from tho rich'growing areas of  the lower mainland aro now at the peak ol freshness and *  ^f!e^Y,or^���..^J.o.adyJ,OLy.purJam.l|y,Jo��.p-r,|oyJ.n,8trawberfy���.  shortcaKo and other delights, B.C. strawberries are also  an excbllent freezer product, available under several  brand*names at your loqal food store, And of course;  jams made from B.C, strawberries have been a favorlto  sandwich spread for many years, n'dlphiy lli our own  pcovlnoo, but aoross Canada, Ypu oan enjoy these processed produots throughout the year - but tho tlmo for  fiosh B,C, strawberries Is right nowl  v: ��� For'fl'6ol1abll'6n"'l<i'f' B'iC. bo'rrV'i'oolpesjiv/rlteJiv/ ' ���'���'"'' v> ���" ���  ^#^0^  ^^^  ��� GOVERNMENT OF BRITIS|H COLUMBIA  A, ParllarhoritBullcllngs,Victoria,B.C.  ^  ��*W��*|S*-W*S,  l��S��!��>tt(��    "*M fW��^#��7iW^.*tWIMtp4BMW*��B^  YOUR  BUYS  MOItE  .'  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Sechelt News Notes
\
-by  Peggy  Connor
LAST Thursday Mis- Ch.m Ward and
her fripiui Mis*-, K.iIpm Curl,-* nf Vancouver roturui'd lumio al'lPi* :> weeks hull-
day, overseas. Starting wiili 7 days in
London,- England, continued on for several 7 days tours, one to Devon-Cornwall
area, then to Belgium, Holland, Germany
Luxemburg, ■ France. B-ack up the yves't
Coast of England over to Edinburgh for
a -4 day stay then down the East Coast lo
London where they were h-rtimaU- lo spe'-
7 live shows. The- Ft* I Up.; IVr^p and
Moulin Rou__ev in i'.in-, The Musical
•ihme With the Wind' in London was
wonderful.
The weathpr was: cold at fivsl hu1
gradually got up to Til hpt'oiv they U-1'1.
.On tlie trip horn,, they had a four hour
stop in Iceland vvucie it was _ chilly 40
degrees.
Regent Palace, their main stopping
place at Picadilly Circus was nice. It had
one drawback,- it contained 1100 roomp,
few'with a private bathroom, that room
was way down the end of the hall, of
course.
visiting with their son and his wife Mr.
and Mi .7 Build Pparniey, of -West V.e-
chplt.  ' ■   ' *  '
' Mr. Alan Wood's brother Bob Wood
and wife Audrey, from Powell River,
spent the weekend at the Wood's hoit,e
in West Sechelt.
New residents for Selma Park, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry and Ermin Robertson,
were invited last week' by lhe North
Vancouver Council and Staff lo a dinner*
V
aiid dance parly held■-_I  "VipV in "Mot-Hi
Vancouver   in   honor   of   Mr.   Roberts'.*..***
. I.fi .rears service' as elpeii*ical inspector
and his retirement-* this7 year. Also for
Mr. Eon aid. G. Gibb. city clerk who retired  this year.
_ _Ueadtai.te  guests  were  Mayor  Tom.
Reid,  Alderman  liertje  Todd,  Master   of
Ceremonies    Mr..   Andy   Gray   and. wife
Jean, the Robertsons and the Gibbs. Pre-\
sentations   of   gifts   were   made   to   both
couples. \
Robertsons son Michael flew iri from
Calgary for the occasion then stayed a
few days at , Selma Park. Miss Susan
Robertson     attended     from     Vancouver.
\,
\
,iinr;<v.-' crvn  TV-ler r",i<: ininlVIc.   to nf I-^nf 1.
,\"
The    Sunshine    Coast 'Welcomes
1 lit
l.iil.erlsous wlvo already have "made many
lin-i.il*. and showed a,willingness to take
I'-Hi'i _in__the eomrrrunity life"1
BROWNIES    \ ;X
The last" Sunday in' Julie''Brown. Owl
M*-:.. I'aula Gibbons antl Tawny Owl Mrs..
17il Nestman. took the Sechelt Brownie
Park for an outing: at the Recreation
Centre's park at Roberts CfeekN 13 Brownies "turned up, Mrs. Maureen Hall went
along to assist- the leaders.
This park is a beautiful spot just to
be in and the girls had a grand tinip and
luiu-p   trips   will   be   planned   for   irjN the
The Peninsula Times Page B-5
•Wedn^doy. July 5, 1972
fall. One- girl fell in t-he "Week, and one
burnt a finger- from toasting rnarshme'i-
lows but those were ..the only casualties
of the day.    ,.
Books and magazines still being collected for the Guide and Brownies Book
sale July 29th, Mrs. Paula* Gibbon 885-
9470 for information,
Hasty Notes with' Canadian Historical
Drawings, at Miss Bee's, Wharf Road,
Sechelt.
Valley    Tow Rite
mihr HITCHES
TRAILER  BRAKES
MIRRORS
N available
Sechelt "Home Service
Sunshine Coast Highway
885-2812
r-
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ACCOUNTANTS
W.  Philip Gordon
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Miss Ward.and her friend had planned"
a  long time  for  a  trip such  as  this  and
they   were   not   disappointed.   Thoroughly
enjoyed   themselves,   met   a   lot   of-fine
people, came home tired but satisfied.
Miss Shirley Cook is home after an
enjoyable visit, at her cousin's, Sidney
Whyte,  in Campbell  River.
Porpoise Bay  was'kind  to the fisher-*-
men this weekend, Manfred Cook caught
a   Hi pounder,   Butch  Ono-a  2(i  pounder,
Ray Stockwell  18 pounds:
Ray was particulary pleased wiih his
as he bad his, father-in-law along, who
wasn't to keen a fisherman. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Cowan, parents of Mrs. Ray Stockwell,
plan on a week's visit, home is North
Vancouver.
Haney is where Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Fearnley call home,  right now they are
GLAD TIDINGS
TABERNACLE
Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.
PASTOR NANCY DYKES
Cower Point Road
GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL
Highway and Martin Road
Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Services: 1 1 a.m.; 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.-
Friday: Youth Service—7:30 p.m.
PASTOR:  GERRY FOSTER
Phone:  886-7107
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH
OF CANADA
For details of summer services at
Sechelt, Redrooffs, Pender Harbour
and Egmont please phone:
885-9793    —    8857ZT33""
885-9673    —    885-2320
PENDER. HARBOUR
FULL GOSPEL
TABERNACLE
SUNDAY SCH60L AND BIBLE CLASS
9:45 A.M.»
CHURCH SERVICE—11:00 A.M.
Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd
Madeira park"— 883-2374
SUNSHINE WAST
GOSPEL CHURCH
*   (Undenominational)"   '"'
Sunday School —IOjOO a.m.
Church Service —-11:15 a.m.
,     Evening Sorvlco 7:30 p.m.
Payli Bay Road and Arbutus
(2 blocks up from Highway)
Tho United Chtir<?h of Canada
SERYICES
St. John's United Church - Payli Pay
, .7.,..,..Sunday Services . 9,.,30,o,rri,,,' 7
Roberts Crook United
Sunday Sprvlcos - 2:30 p.m.
Gibsons United Church
' ■'■    Sunday SerYlceis-i I! 15 a.m.
Port Mellon United
Sunday Services -. 7:30 p,m
t  (2nd and 4th Sundays)
'Ministry 7: ,   ,
Roy. Jim Williamson,- .Gibsons - B86-2333
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PETHErPKPTIST'CHURCH
Mermaid and Trail, Socholt
.-Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:15 o.m.
885-9668
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
,  . :    Park Road, Gibsons ,
r«*^Mornln9 Worship 9:30 aim.
Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  .,
' Evening Fellowship'7:00'p,m.
fl*#..»,.**>IW'f»»*lH,»4«1>f■*".»», .H*«ftM,^l»l»«t>4(-ttrl|,W,i*ll,|,ri,4'ir4r-i**,fJH*^PP**B   I ■»•#.****.  |   *-«»*   ^..B    4P4rih.qp    > . ipp   ,
806-2158
*    Roy, J, 13, Harrli, Interim-PnMor
606-7776
Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res.\ 886-7567
Harris Block,, Gibsons,  B.C%
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Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft
Supplies
CUSTOM MADE LAMPS
Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.
Resin ONLY 10.98 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.
AUTO  SERVICES
SECHELT HOME SERVICE
Atlas Parts and tires
Phone 885-2812
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AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING
STEAM CLEANING
COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP
SIMONIZING
Esslemont Equipment Services
Phone 886-2784
Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.
RADIATOR SHOP   '
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Systerh Repairs. Autos - Trucks - Tractors -
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Louis at 886-7126
Experience makes the difference.
Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Service
REPAIR SHOP
Parking and Moorage Available
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Colin and Evelyn McKinnon
Jim and Iris Miller   ■
EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT
885-2100
BANKS	
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
SECHELT BRANCH—Phono 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886.2201
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Fri, 10 a,m,-o p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.'-S p.m.
Gibsons: Mon,-Thurs. 10 a,m.-3 p.m,
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8B5-9326
R.R. 1; Sechelt.  B.C.
BUILDERS
CONCRETE .FORM RENTALS
* ■ FOR- ALU '-TYPES OF BASEMENTS....
EASY ERECTION ANP,STRIPPING
'Complete Innlrucilons Proylclod
FISHER FORM RENTALS
— -886-WT
For All YoMr IRenoYQtlon,
Alterations or Finishing Work
call
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For All Your Building Needs
GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.
1653 -Seaview - Phone .886-2642 .
Free Estimates - Fast Service
G & W DRYWALL
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.
Phone 884-5315
Box 166. Part Mellon. B.C.
TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES
DIAl
Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288
WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES
GIVE US A CALL '
FREE ESTIMATES
CHARTER  BOATS
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, 883-2242
Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347
Len Larson's
GUIDE   SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
Phone: Home, 883-2410
Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424 -
or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698
CHIMNEY  CLEANING
VACUUM CLEANING
Stoves and Chimneys
Call 886-2834 |gfter 5 p.m.
ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)
BLAIR ELECTRICAL
Contracting and  Engineering
—Residential  - Corrrmercial  Wiring"
Phone 886-7816
Residential - Commercial - Industrial
SIM ELECTRIC LTD.
Gov't Certified Electricians
Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062
FUEL
MARINE  SERVICES	
CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE
Marine Ways to 42'
 Bottom—Repairs—'	
883-2535
Box 7 - Garden  Bay, B.C.
NURSERY
p,
V^ANADIAN      (PROPANE
GAS & OIL LTD
Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and
economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.
FREE ESTIMATES
- Phone 885-2360
Wharf and  Dolphin - Sechelt.  B.C.
ERNIE WlDMAN
for all your ■•
SSO PRODUCTS
IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER
Phone 883^2663
Madeira  Park, B.C.
For Your Fuel Supplies
DANNY WHEELER
  your   .      .
IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT
886-9663 - Hopkins Landing
CONTRACTO
COAST BACK
RUCKING
Fill, Cement-Grayel, Drain Rock, etc,
Box 89, Madeira Patk
Phone 883-2274
COAST DRYWALL
Drywall and Textured ceilings
Free Estimate
Phone 886-7643
 , ! 7 : 1	
L & H SWANSON LTD.
  READY.-MJX CONCRETE,	
Sand and Gravel - Bqckhoes
Ditching - Excavations
OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK
M^6j6JmBjwJ^
PHONE 885-9550
RON'S CONTRACTING
Claqrlng - Excavations - Road Building
Grading - Fill » Road Gravel - Crushed Rock
Phone: Sechelt 885-9550
Land Clearing 7 Road Building
Tree Topping - Selective Logging
PETE DUBOIS
Telephone 883-2417
R.R.1 1, Madeira Park, B.C.
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P.V. Sorvicos Ltd7
LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR
■ - ' ■■•"' Dlrocl allonqulrlpsto!    "
Dispatcher at 005-9030, oyos, 806.7375
Off lea Hours 8i30 a,m, to 4|30 p,it»„
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TRICON PEVELOPMENTS LTD.
CUSTOM "■'■OMES - tRCFAO HOMES
High Quality ,;, 7Rea$onoblo Prlco*
Buy a, Packaoo ond eroct It yoursolf. or get
,,. our profoisi'pnal holp. .. ,
flARPEN BAY, J",C,'. Ph-tnt Kyw, 91*47*1
DISPOSAL SERVICES
SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL
,     SERVICES LTD.
PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE
Toll 886-2938 or 005.9973
Call Us For .Your Disposal Needs,
When Renovailng Or.Sprlna .Cleaning.
 *"• Containers Avolloble,
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
RETAIL STORES  (cont.)
Pender Harbour - 883-2513
HARBOUR SUPPLIES
OPTOMETRIST
FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST
Bal Block - Gibsons
Every Wednesday
886.2248
PAINTING  &  DECORATING
CALVIN'S PAINTING &
DECORATING
P.O.   Box 94,  Sechelt,  B.C.
Phone 885-2107
FURNACES
PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.
GIBSONS
ESSO OIL FURNACES
No down payment - Bank interest
Ten years to Day
For free estimate—Coll .886-2728
Complete Jine of appliances *
HAIRDRESSERS
ELECTRICIANS
ACTOM ELECTRIC LTD.
Residential - Industrial and. Marino Wlrlna
1    ' Electric Heat - Mn« Worlj.
Phono 886-.7?44
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Rosldpnilal, and, Commercial, Maintenance ..and
i      Design, 24 Hour Answering Service,
FRCF, ESTIMATES
Pob p.aml»ort 006.7605 '       Ed Oollniky
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ELECTRICAL C0MTRACTOR
Residential Wiring and Major
Appliance Repairs
pHONE 885-9978
>   -Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.
ANN'S COIFFURES
in the Bal Block
Next to the Co-op Store
Gibsons 886-2322
SECHELT BEAUTY SALON
Dianne Allen, Proprietor
,  Expert Hair Styling ,
Cowrie St., Phone
Sechelt, B.C. -885-2318,
HEATING & SHEET METAL
HALL SHEET METAL
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box 164, Secholt, B.C.
OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING
Oil, FIRED WATER HEATERS
Nothing Down'—t 10 Years To Pay
Lloht Plumblno
T „   .,, Roy, Blanche, — ,883-2401, ., „„
IRONWORKS 'r~~m'
PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS
 WROUGHT, IRON .RAILINGS	
AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORK
.-^•na.eB6.*t9#~^^
FREE ESTIMATES ,
JANITOR SgRVICr?-        T^
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Welcome to The Floorshlno Coast
HOWE SOUND
„    JANITOR SERVICE
■"■>• * -Specialists in C'ean"nfl"ffFI<&? Waxing""":"
, Sprqv "luffing «,Window,Cloanlno
■   RUG SHAMPOQING	
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT
WATER HEATING
All Makes - All Work Guaranteed
COASTLINE SERVICES
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
SEASIDE PLUMBING
Gibsons
Plumbing -JPipefitting - Steamfittingi
Hot Water'Hearing - Pipe Lagging
FREE ESTIMATES
Phone 886-7017 ot 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 LTD.
Sales and Service — 886-9533
Everything for lhe Do-It-Yourselfor
Contract: &V Renovations
FREE ESTIMATES
Len Coates 886-7685
Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872
PENDER HARBOUR ~~
PLUMBING & HEATING
_ JLUMBING - HYDRONIQHEATIN.G,„„«.«
NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK
Gov't, Certified fjumber
^.., phone 883-2720
Box 63 Madeira Park, B.C,
tlectrical   ^   Plumbing   -   Appliances
TVs - Furniture arid Carpets
P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101
at Francis Peninsula
ROOFING AND  FLOORING
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
 BERNINA.^.-	
Sales and Service To All Makes
RENTALS
Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525
SPORTING GOODS
CLIFF'S BOATS
& ACCESSORIES LTD.
Fishing Supplies - Boats new and
Used . . . Large & Small
885-9832 Sec-v-H
SURVEYORS
RENTALS
A. C, Rentals
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THE RENTAL SHOP
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■■■•■/•   'fWo. Ront or Soil Almost Evorythlno"
/ Typewriters - Llghtlnp Plants - Televisions
Roto Tlllora r Comont Mlxors - Lawn Rakos
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Phono 886-7131 -Gibson*, B,C;
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BUILDING MAINTENANCI
Spqclallxlna Ini,   ,
Popor Honolno/ Interior 8, Extorlor decoratlno
Rug Cloanlno, All typos of Bulldlna •
_ ^MalntohahcoT' FimjrimtQllatfonT^ 4*-**~~
Window Cloanlng,'
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Unx <S42 - S«cMt, B,C,
MACHINE SHOP
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At thu Slon of tK«i Chovron
HILl'S MACHINE SHOP 7
& MARINE SERYICE LTD,
Machine. Shop —. Arc'and Acty Woldlpfl
Stool Fobrlcatlnp —. Morlno Wflyn,.   ,
1    Adtomotlvo ana Marino Ropalrn '
Standard Marino Station
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PHONE 88S-2Q48 — 24 HOUR SERVICE*
,.  ;, AFTER HOURS 805-21S*    ■„
■RETAIL STORES   '■ ■- '  -  '■
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,., „»,.,-,SECHELT*..B.C.,,,.  . *, ,.
--' APPLIANCES^HARDWARE-
HOfy\E FURNISHINGS
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_ THE TOGGERV
, ,   Ladles'' and Children's (Wear
Opon<»lx days o wook
, * Phono 885-2063 ,
ROY & WAGENAAR
B.C* Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B.C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
TIRES
COASTAL TIRES
Sunshine Coast Highway
Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700
SALES AND SERVICE
All Brands Available-
Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p,m.
Friday evening by appointment brily. v' v
.TOWING,; , „„*, ..,,, „. 7.1,,,, ,,;,„
Scows —- Logs
SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAC*   .
 '■  LTD."	
Heavy Equipment Moving ft, Log Towing
L. HIGGS
Phone 885-9425
TRANSFER
LEN WRAY/S TRANSFER
Household Moving, Packing, Storofld
Packing Materials For Solo
,„,„.„ ,..,„Member of.Allied Van Llnoi,,.,..... -,
1 Canada's No, 1 Movers    ', '
Phone 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gibsons, B,C
SUNSHINE TRANSPORT
WAREHOUSES
,.,., ..Gibsons 886-2172    ,
DAILY'SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER
SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA,
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T,V. and RADIO '
SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES
fi, SERYICE LTD.
.j.™ Admiral kTr " electrohom*, J_
and   ZENITH    DEALERS '
Gordon Oliver   «    Ed Nicholson
In Tha Hoart Of Downtown Sechelt
Box 7?9, Sechelt 885-9816
CLOSED ON MONDAYS   ,,
TYPEWRITER REPAIRS
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i_^^mm'mim.4m ^m^H^f^Mmmm^ *} HI V '  . il' \     -.-������������.  *"<'     '"��   *.*    -,..  'V  \.  ���riSf*-  -V.  \  \  *"  ' &&t  fc-t            '        .  i , ^mrfrrffT  \ *  *  ��   -���           *'    <  \��  *  J   "      "�����-  '         '.  ^i  1  V  *    *  '*."  .                   t  *\\  i  i,, -  page B-6  The Peninsula Times  if  '���.���j  ' I    o>*    IP-  Etc  wednesdoy, July s, 1972 _ "Heritage of Canada  local man takes tour  Many athletic awards were presented during. Sechelt Elementary  School's  final   assembly A with   gold  medal  outstanding   atMete    awards  ^"Gold  Medals ,       _..  eo'ng to. from left: Kelly Bodnarek,. top  place  with   Kelly;   Cathy  Oike,  Senior Boy; Darren Joe, Junior Boy; Senior Girl; and Jennifer Mactavish,  Stewart Craigan; Senior Boy sharing Junior Girl.  AMONGST the many thousands of appli- *  .cations received frorfo. the senior citizens ' throughout the "country ���- for this  special tour to Ottawa, Mr. Ed. Lowe of  Gibsons was the Vicky 'one from this  area. He received t. 7''one call, from CP  -Air at 7 p.m. one e\ jiing that they had  a can-eellation booking for him if he could  get into" Vancouver to fly out at 9 a.m.  T.he next morning- This he managed to  do and was one of the 120 seniors on  the trip starting June 15th. He said that  the participants were from all the provinces from the Yukon to Prince Edward  Island.   The -a^rangements-w&re--:very- good-arid...  the side tours most interesting, particularly the cruise that went around and  into the Thousand Islands. The tour to  "Man and His World" was cancelled due  to the civic workers' strike in Montreal.  One of his personal highlights was meeting the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House  of Commons who turned out to be "An  Old Boss", and he very much enjoyed ...  the chat they had together. Mr. Lowe  also   presented   himself  at  the  office  of  Good  Fellow  -Turning-tiie--tables^ori--their--P-opiilar    o-tfrier   award���he . has-7e-V��H-woifc-^a  principal   Mr.   Sam   Reid,   students    third place sports ribbon. Providing  presented him with a "good princi-    the   drum-roll are  Robert Joe  and  paFs award" which he says he will    Ricky August,  proudly   display   next   to the   only  -.���'.���*. -y  ' ���-������ * ��� ���-jV'if*.v-?  .���*.,' :���.;. > * ,p*: *ii��i}< *_&���  ;v  >- .f_i./i<f-.  . 4-1'  K _>. T ���"**  * e**" c * ��� *  *"* < c C  ��? ^ ��  * i ��� tf tt ��������  First awarded in l%7 by Father  Power ot the Student Residence, Sec-hell,   Elementary   School's   achieve-  Achievement  ment trophy is shared this year by  Barbara Wilson and Michael Pearson. In making the presentation prin  cipal W. L.'Reid said this is awarded  for academic standing ancl citizenship.  **Q �� * o    "' '  _*** _ _. ��� _  Bouquet  Not accustomed to delivering floral warm thanks of students and staff to  bouquets, Sechelt Elementary School secretary. Mrs. Mary Rayner, ever  teacher and physical education sup- patient and ever obliging throughout  er visor Mr. Jim Gray expresses the    the busy school years. ^  Facing expansion . . . ��  Redrooffs Waterworks Dist.  finds road works expensive  Mr. Paul St. Pi^fnTand received "a"^wafm  reception from him.  Since the scheme^was being worked  on a- "populatlbri-basis'", "about" eighty  people from British Columbia have been  chosen over the six tours, and it is hoped  that, as this pilot plan seemed to have  attracted so much atttention, the grant  and planning arrangements will -be considerably enlarged.  Cancer facts  WHILE cancer is found in all countries  and in all peoples, there are puzzling  differences in the incidence and types  of cancer in different countries and population groups.  For example, Japan records a very  high incidence of cancer of the stomach,  ���and has a low rate of breast cancer as  compared to Canada.  Jewish women have a very low rate  of cancer of the reproductive organs, but  they seem to be more prone to lung cancer (especially if they smoke) than do  members of other cultural groups in the  same community.  """' These geographical and social differences in cancer sites help scientists to  narrow the search for the causes of cancer.  Much work is being done to analyze  dietary habits and other environmental  -actors to try to tie these in with cancer  incidence. The field of study is known as  epidemiology.  I  Dining Room Lounge  Heated Swimming Pool  Saunas, Boat House  i  Appreciation  CHAIRMAN Dennis Hunt presided at  the , annual general meeting of the  Owners of Redrooffs Waterworks District  last Saturday. Stuart Lefeaux, in moving the adoption of the financial report,  considered it a very satisfactory report  indicating  good "management,  Don Gill's, secretary-manager, in his  report on the condition of the works, described the damage which had been do'ne  to the system by the yvork on the highway. There had been five breaks in the  section of pipe under the highway and  its .8-inch ,casing,had been.destroyod but  hud been replaced by the Highways Dc-*  purlment, Blasting had been very heuvy .  and eypn pipe which.wuH. not on the right  of way had been damaged by flying  rock, Tho Intake pipe had been damaged and had lo bo replaced, With the  raising ol' the roud^stx feet, tho I'll I hud  bubpSldecUpuahliig^up^.thQjw.W.OAil^Q^U.18..  hike   which, in   turn   hud   Increased   lho  lovol of th'o lako by 1 Ms foot,  It wuh estimated that damage to llio  .system by tho. Department of Highways.  had no'far Involved llio Dinli'lct In ox-  'poison of approximately $1(100 in "wages  und rdplaoomonlH. Tho U-uhLooh woro negotiating" with tho Department regarding  recompense), ,- , .        ' ���,  Mr, Gill's pointed out that ropall'Od  pipe In not. uh ofl'lclont uh now plpo, ho-  Ing* mororllkoly��to blow at tho.oonnoe-  tlbiia' tiriclor' pi'osRUrcs,  The system,,said Mr, Glllis, wan now  supplying wator lo 110 liners, an lnurouso  lot   subdivision   they   were   planning   to  ..develop on Lhe Redrooffs Road. They had  already   been   granted   rights   to   draw  water from Trout Lake. They would be  willing  to engage  an  engineer and pay  all   costs   in   installing   a   six-inch  pipe  from Trout Lake to the- Redrooffs Road.  The Redrooffs Waterworks District could  hook on  to this supply  if, in return,  it  would take over the maintenance of the  water supply to the new subdivision. The  trustees had given careful..cohsideration  to  this  proposal and  could see no reason why the offer should not be accepted,  There 'were still' a few'" q'ue'atiohsvto-be'  worked out, but  they felt that such an  agreement would eliminate about' 70 percent of'the 'present problems' aiKl would  put tho District in a much  bettor position  to sot up a  permanent  pipe along  the ltodroul'fs Road, _...,',   lions   McAllister     moved   *a'" vote   of  "flKin j^���,,,,| j .��g,���,) YuKt^o^'uiKl "1" x p r e Sso'cni p*"*  prociatlon of tho work done during tho  ... ptust .year, A warm vote of. thank,s,!,waH  given to Bob Cunningham who had maintained tho Hyutom undor extreme dll'fl-  cullloH, working HomelhnoH from 12 tcjh  1(1 bourn i\ day,  Ko-oloulod an lruntoou for 1-year turmH  wore Mqhhi'h, Hunt' ilnd Foster, wlille  'Robol't Pago wuh elected for a ��� three-  year lorm,  �� R.R. No. 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. ��  ^ Secret Cove, Sechelt ^  �� 885-2232 |  JOLLY ROGER  IN��  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATfON  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  4*  ^.ttinktimiii-tm/i"'.'  1  i  Year Round Moorage  ^Available     ,7*  HALFMOON  BAYf B.C.  Phone 885-9998  Expressing  Uiu UuihkH .of mwle, .�����.  ulokon ot appreciation t,o Mr. ,flo.b.ort,, sakl ho luul.nuvOr, mut nipro, polite   of.Hoyon, ovor, hwt year. stopiii/.Dr-awora  and 7 'Htuilonts, Socholt Hhulenl. coun- ' Boo,  Secholt 'Motor  TimspoiU l)UH    and conalderato HtucloiTtB. The pro-   '^|Xmu^^^  ell secretary Donna lialliburn (left)  and p resident l)onnir Why te pre'sohi  driver who tool; thorn on recent 1'lolcl   sontatlon. was made during awards   ,K!coHf.ar,v to allow Homo of iho waior lo  trips to���>uneoWor:,irr6i)ly''Mi,r3'o^  day:" '     '    '     ' bypaHR iho"Htorlllzora to maintain pi-oh.  * '    Huro and al Much tlmos wmv. should take  Hueh   procautlonH  as* thoy  doom  iiqcob-  Mr, Hunt roporlod that lho IruHtooH  had1 boon approached hy MaoMlllaiv ancl  Qloodol ,1'OKardlna water for a now IM)  <frt4^,i^fl(r��,hw*r^ilW|*w|HfWi*r)r��'-  11  I,  r ���  KL  .��-��,��,jril|,l ,,r_|   I. |  .r^Ni^#*#p*r)lr*rWfi*ftwl  M" VI' '       '1   I '     r   '  ���!  tW4    r, irtnlirri.l'  I , ���     i    I I,  hflrowoll        (l  ��SnyliiR 1'arewoll to (t't'om lefl) Miss   prerfent, parting K'n�� from the Ht,u��. B.C. IS A ' ��  (luor'nin"iSlmmoiw iiiurMlKH"~"UTOmirr*dwt��' a��u\ nlnfl'7'OvovcomQiby., flur-. v,:: B_6AUTIPUL*'Pi-APP-"��--  '���Ahiiow \vh(i are 'leaving tho tu'liool   prise MIhh ,Amiu~\v Ih/ndi'n'lrli.H thu     (    w*wwyw ���r^'vugr y  dlMtrlct:' IIiIh .year, /,Socholt    idndonl   lovoly liulliu* hasKut >yovou by Mr��.  council-   prosldoiit   anil HHocl'oliiry,. iMar,^ Jaokuon,  ......       .   ,   ..  Donna Wliyto and jDomm Hathburn   '  v   ' <*���-���',,' ��� ���  DON'T MESS,IT UPl1  . ,i       ���    ,        , **,'.  m��p��ipnrumpmp��M������^u^.||-^1-11-npn-r|-irr|f)r)>|W^|)>  f0r~"Froozor^Boof^ond  ""Froezor^Packs*-  \ '  GLYNfsl TltACY  Gordon Bay Storo �� 883-2253  "("inor-Moals -'lor.Piuoi Pooph,".  i.  mmnm*p��*m*fm,  l-*M*.^MW&����W*&ttlW4*tmfMwmwt,.*  ,.*,.  I "I"  r1"."'^  -i$_ i i  I  It,  '���1  pf  J.  _  1  Assisting in tlve~ ribbon cutting ceremony which officially opened the new  wing of Greene Court in Sechelt., are  from left: Mrs. Mary4 Tinkley, secretary of  the  Sunshine  Coast  Senior  Realization  Citizens Housing-Societjrr Hon. Isabel Dawson, Minister without Portfolio; Mrs. Madge Hansen,: widow of  Laurits P. Hansen who was Senior  -eitizens-GounseHor and who helped  pioneer the project together with  Canon A. 1). Greene, president of  the Housing Society.  Directors  Opening of the new wing of Greene    Hansen,  Court iii Sechelt saw all the.'-directors  prosont tor the happy occasion, from  left: Mrs.'Marie-KiFtH, Mrs.Madge   The Peninsula Times^ Page B-7  Mr.   Harold   Nelson,   Mrs. 7  Wednesday, July 5, 1972  Mary Walker, Mrs.  I.-.-"... .."- y^'m^^^^i^m^^^^:^___^i^4'^  J* 4 .������!  ___a\_S   - ���*-���rn   5  .  F  5  A  \  i  V  7  Ada Dawe, Mrs.  Ren Firth, architect Mr. J. Carl-  berg, Mr. Hugh Duff, RCMP Constable Clarence Lovenuk, Hon. Isabel Dawson, Mr. Don Hadden, Mr.  Norm. Hurley, Mr. Frodo .lorgen-  sen, Mr. A. T. IX. Campbell; Canon  Alan Greene and Mrs. Mary Tinkley.  Fellow about summer home: "It's a  wonderful location. It must be���all those  mosquitoes   couldn't   be   wrong!'"  I    ���  l;7  jwsatvi ,/-������ :..������*'���-'.-'������'������'������  |7-'7'7^7i*v::.���-: ������������ ���  ^���Lffl'JL  j SO  \Jur   J^reartu   (^onaratulauons  ON THE OPENING OF THE SMART  NEW ADDITION id THE SENIOR  CITIZENS', HOUSING COMPLEX   ..  AT GREEN COURT.  WE   SUPPLIED AND  INSTALLED  ALL THE  HEATING AND  LIGHTING  FIXTURES  SIMELECTRIC L  Greene Court   ���  Providing   little   dream  homes  for facing the camera. Ten double units  our   senior   citizens, Greene   Cqprt were opened in 1968 and only half  with its spacious lawns, paved walks of them are pictured here. Road to  and flower gardens, held its second Greene Court has now been paved  official  opening  recently  when  the and flowering plum trees planted on  new fourteen single-unit wing    ^as either side by a  thoughtful Village  opened.  The  new  wing  is  pictured Council,  on the right, showing half the units  Isabel cuts ribbon �� .  Greene Court extension  officially opened by MLA  Sechelt - 885-2171  Extends congratulations to the  Senior Citizens' Housing Society on the successful opening of their latest addition to  Greene Court.  We supplied the GIBSON  FRIDGES AND STOVES, as well  as the SPEED QUEEN  Washers and Dryers.  Sechelt -  Phone 885-2062  ,7*7..,';,  l^onqraluiciti  Q.vXl'Q. J*i$".>$<il.t&V��43rfr#-*tf f&W'^LftiityP. $  1CK Senior Citizens' Housing Society and' Richard Gaines, General Contractor on the opening of the new1*addition to Green Court. It was a  r pleasure to be associated with such a worthwhile project.  ^f'vyyiyWtm  1   ._. t     r\'_.   _L____W_* _���*_!________ i     *        . ���__V_M__W_f ' '       *    ���      '���    t      MM       I       ._ '     I  _.        _        V  We supplied and  installed all  the plumbing  Seaside  Plumbing  GIBSONS  ON JUNE 25Ih, between a cloudy, rain-  threatening morning ancl an evening  when the threat Jaeeame a realily, tho  sky cleared and lho .sun shone brightly  to bless the olTiciul opening of the 14 now  units of senior olt.iv.ons' homos at Qroono  Court.  ,.' On thQ,.plcpR��pt,,,fii:.flSfli.,lnyir'.iil,,,s  erl on three sides1 hy '"coltages,'nn'rl wiih  the scarlet dress of RCMP Constable  . C|��renoo(Loyenuk londing (i |)i;i^hf splasli  of colour to the 'scene," lho t-lonoiiraliio  Isabel P. Dawson out the ribbon symbolizing tho oponln... of, tho now units,  The MLA said sho had opened many  faro, Pensions, Housing, etc. ���  Canon Alan Greene] president' of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society since its inception said that the  tenants  of  the  original   homes   built  in  1908 had boon'cbnlondod nnd'happy and  he' hoped   the  tenants  moving   into  the  ,���no:w���,unUs,:,.w.ould ,be,,.U,st, .,,.,, as. Jinppy.,,. He,,,  thanked   ail ' 1ho.se   who Willi  gifts  arid  services   had   helped   to   make   possible  Jl.o adclttion���()f 14, units, ...,,..*. ...,,.,..  Tho Rev, D, Popple led a prayer of  dedication and asked God's blessing on  llio homos and all those who lived In  thorn;  w,���lioimisJV)r,,,Henioi7.c)Ui^  oularly oncourugod lo opon .an extension    (]WwMm 0,< iiu7Sut,|(jly, Mr. J. Cnrlborg  - ��,"���'J1'0-10!'1 J". ���_.l,,U1'  yT['. ,MH0,  Sht\ .;or...Ciu'lh?i^,,I.qck��oi).���PnilnQrHKJ.he..Qr��?l..l.-.,..  VPed    [AJi&heL.  andLongvalutatifi  OlttV  e&   ana \^oncji\  ;:    to tlie,Senior.QtizeW::H^..W\^ociety"'at ;,  Green Court upon their recent opening of the new,  additiqnol accommodation in Sechelt . .' .  .,,...,,  ���**-  Snim0$ Const met uMf  LIMITED  "GENERArCONTRAGTOR-  pdlnlecl oul'that  tho provlnolnl gnvorn  mont  was paying onoMhircl of  Iho con  struction cosls of lho now nulls and this  was part of it Iromonduun programing being   launchod   hy   Iho   B,C,   govoniinonl,  During the,past yonr, 2.0(H) units of senior  oill/.on.s' Ihuwh had lioon oomplolod, .and  nt lho prosont tlmo, 11,0(10 inorb unlls woro  In Iho planning slago or actually undor  construction,, She  ojiprgHiiod^HatlsfacUiin.,,  lhat "pooplo In commiinllrloH ��� woriv huITI- ���  clcnlly   Intoi'iisiod   to  work, lo  provide  housing for pldorlyAjiltwins, but sho said  it wiih nol enough to build tho homos mul  just put thO'lonhnlfj1 In "thorn, OTilor pon�� ,  |)lo did not want In ho put on tljo shelf  aikI"'forgotten,, Thoy llkod lo ho a purl  of tho* community 'and   ��oo  community  activity going on. Sho foil lho ronld��nln  of Qroono Court  wore particularly for*  *"ttmnl.o��lhHhln*ro(ippotrJ'>elnK**r)Rhirnoro,sr"  from HacUotl Park and adjacqnt to tho  -school-** playground,-**'- - **--��� ���:*.-.,..���-,...:.���:.��� ,.t ���  In roply to a quostlon, Mrs, Dawson  oxplalnM thai ati Mlnlslor without Porl-  follo,r fiho wos'frco lo work with nil do-  partmonts which affoolort sonlor cltlzonn  and In tholr lntorosl, sho workod'rfloHoly  uwllh,���lho, DoparlmjjntH, oLJIonlih.  WoU  tools of the now units, Mayor and Mrs,  Bon Long, and delegates from tho Vlilago  Council, Branch 140 Canadian Legion, tho  Sunshino Coast Lions Club and Iho Anglican  Church   Womoii* of Cortes  Island,  L^onara/uiati  ond  To the Senior Citizens1 Housing Society on the  opening of Green Court's additional  accommodation'"'".'".  .  We  Supplied all  the Floor-coverings  KEN DeVRIES  ���***FLO��RG��ViERSNGS-LTD;���  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaort Road. Gibsons  Phono 886-7112  ��� CARPETS    A TILES    * LINOLEUMS  'if;. ilm-l$.��&,lnp~b&iiln! Wittt  =��sft&s  V  H0MEHANDYMA  it w  *��������MMMl<MMMWm��W����IWMWMWMMMlitMi��Mt'  WYQREW SALES  (1971) LTD.  Your TO��co paint  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Whflrf n 886-9303  Quality Houso ond Marino  Point;   ��<WM10������MMM>WWl��MWMi|lW<V��l>f��m>����W>,P��  MAWNEWAIfS���  POATS TO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Saloj and Sorvlfo  'MERC CRUISER'  Solos and Sorvlco  S**lfW(^w^sW8B  2 Mechanics (On Duty     Monday',to Saturday  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2248  -!����  WpVWMMWMVHMWMMMMWMWWMMWPIWW  SECHELT  DUILDINQ SOPPMES  No. 1 Top Lino Paint  ���Interior/Exterior������,  Rqg, 8,95 gal,  VARNISHING OLD FURNITURE..,.,,,���,  , i     ,        ,        ' <    7 i      ' ' '  ,,      , Port I  \ " ���             '       '  After all your tlmo and effort of scraping, sanding ancl  ���rdpalringf��don��t*buy����a��d^  Manufacturers Association rocommonds that you use a hard  drying furniture typo which Is resistant to walor and other'  liquids, A smooth hard finish rocjuIrqs a least two coals, wllh  UIGHT sanding between qach. After sanding, always clean  tho surface with a llnt-froo cloth. Never work In a dusty  location or apply varnish when tho air Is humid or cold, 'j'   '  , Usoa good quality |t>rMsH irii'pafQlldlW6ko87',Cross-sti,6Ka'  Immediately by brushing at right angles, Finally, wllh an  ALMOST PRY brush, work hnrallel tothfl.jjraln for a uniform  finish. ���  l��Wl.����^>M.��.W��*IWM,M��W��M����WIMI"  ._____._*. , ��� .���������     Morgan's  Men'sWear  TO SERVE  THE SUNSHINE  COAST  MY  BIRD  fMWMVWMMWllMWWVWWMWlWW��WwVflW>WTl  Part II next weak  jHHWMt��M1*lil��t^^  PLUMBING ��� HEATING    '   *  CHIMNEY CLEANING ��� RO0FING  Pok 798, Scthctt, B.C,��. Cowrln St �� 883-35021  wppppppppwptPMwwwwwwvwTfWW^Wf ^y^p|IMT?**??T!l????T'Ty??!y^!!w,^, ?4**xt4y*4t*Y*miMm4*wimi4��mi**��*m  TWIN  CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Your  Glldden Paints  ,Dea|Qr���  Two Locations  yo^  Sunshine Coast  Highway  GIBSONS  886-2291  SECHELT  885-2288  ���  n*.  #^*A-��*i    v* iH ff  V      t.      �����!���*��    *"*   ���       .tf    ���*  I I, >  X  ,    I   , . -it  w*mi!��wm&p��tow  W>W��8l��*aWi��WBi^^ n    \  tjr <}.  "���*T7'1J  \     > v-  ��*ir  \  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  v    Wednesday, July 5, 1972  \*  ibout.  a       *&_       ��� aXSa---tA ��id  JOHN  PANKRATZ  As I see it . . .  YOUNG PEOPLE THINK  "WHY  not shut down our borders���stop  .economic   growth���and     enjoy     what  we've got?" asked a youthful citizen dur-  ing a  recent^-high school���visit-    Good, question, somewhat^ idealistic  hut clearly a plea lo slow down the  ec7n6"mi~77at"i*ace7~Human  s��tTsl'5etltrn=  fulfilment���that's   what  it i.s_a  My okd rancher friend who never  stopped working a day in his life could  certainly simplify the" problem. "Spiri-  -ftra4-j.ia-lttes^-^ou-stiy^ -T-here-'s���aH- -k-ind-s-  uf 'em' in a bit of honest labour, never  hurt a man yet".  But that is the point. We all want a  belter world, a better life and somehow  wo always get bogged down in the mechanic's. That is one reason I look, to our  first voters for some help. No, I don't  expect crisp new answers, just a clearer  distillation of the problems.--That would  be a good start.  Unlike their parents and grandparents  who were driven by the big bad wolf, today's youth is given that rare opportunity  to think about the big picture. Never  has our nation produced a better schooled���-I didn't say trained���a better fed  and a wider read group of young people. Not only that, they have learned the  devilish trick of spotting a phoney and  not letting on. Sure, they are willing to  be entertained by a heaven-on-earth politician, maybe even accept a handout,  ���but the "mea^of the issue is what really  hits  home.  That's why I have boundless faith  in the future. Our youth" wants a chance  to connect, a chance to earn their self  respect. They want to be involved now in  those basic decisions that will have a  direct bearing on their sanity when they  too begin to spread at the middle.  Who are the first voters? I'm talking  about the thousands of young Canadians  who are between the ages of 18 to 24,  including the youngest voters to ever  ���*> cast a national ballot in Canada. Statistics Canada tells us that in the federal  riding of Coast Chilcotin alone, we had  7688 first voters on June, 1971. That's  almost 20 per cent of the total eligible  voters!  Serious business this casting a ballot.  A potent weapon first voters. After all,  it's  your  election.  Double ring ceremony .*.  \ \  Chapman, Lawrence wedded  in Gibsons United Church  TALL standards of white gladioli and  chrysanthemums decorated* G-ibsons  United Church for the recent wedding  which limited in marriage Clare Ann  Lawrence and Fraser Kenneth Chapman.*  The bride is the youngest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lawrence of West  Sechelt, and the groom is the youVigest  son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chapman of  Toronto,   Ontario.  Rev. Jim Williamson officiated at the  double ring ceremony which took place  at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 3rd, Organist  was Mae Freer. Cushion chrysanthemums with white satin bows made attractive pew-markers.  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride wore,a floor length gown of white  satin enriched with pearl beading and  white lace daisies. Her veil of white  Venetian lace cascaded to the floor en-  Jxain  and_^she_.wore_.a���single  strand   of  wore a pink dress and coat with matching pink beading and white accessories.  She  wore a white gardenia.  Miss Lynn St. Jean, maid of honour,  caught the bridal bouquet and the garter  was caught by Mr. Brian Higginson.  For travelling to Calgary where the  happy couple spent their honeymoon, the  bride wore a yellow jersey hot-pant outfit trimmed with navy with navy coloured coat and accessories and white gardenia  corsage.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Chapman have  taken Up residence in West Sechelt.  Out-of-town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs-. Pratt; Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence;  Mr. and Mi's. J. Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs.  R. Miiner; Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones; Miss  S. Ballance; Mr. W. Chapman, Miss S.  McKitrick, Miss J. Denholm, Mr. M. Austin, Miss C. Moynes and escort of Vancouver,   Mr.   and   .Mrs..--R,-- Lawrence   of  -pearls, ��� a   gift   from   her   mother   and   a���Auburn,  Washington, Mr.  R.  McLean  of  charm bracelet, a gift from her fiance.  She carried a bouquet of pink sweetheart  roses    white "gardenias   and   stephanotis.  Mr. and Mrs.  F.  K. Chapman  ���photo by Dennis Gray  Regional planner meets Community Association  Woods such as cedar and tamarack  arc resistant, to decay while others such  as popular and balsam rot quickly.  SUNSHINE   INN   DINING   ROOM -  Our Specialty ��� Charcoal Broiled Steak,  Served Monday through Saturday, 6 p.m. to 1 a.  Smorgasbord - Sunday evenings - 6-10 p.m.  OPEN  DAILY  Garden  Bay  883-2512  se  THIRTY people attended the monthly  meeting of the Roberts Creek Community Association on Wednesday evening, June 21. Members were agreeably  surprised to find that the wall panelling  had been completed since, last meeting  and the hall now has a clean smart appearance. This work was accomplished  by volunteer effort on Uie part of some  of the members under the direction of  Mr. H. Gregory.  Guest speaker for the evening was Mr.  E. R. Cuylits, planning director for the  Regional District He outlined the necessity for long range planning  in a deve  loping area such as the Sunshine Coast  to prevent hit-or-miss commercial areas  springing up and spoiling desirable residential areas. Also he showed with the  use of maps the desirability of encourg-  ing residential areas to develop in a  concentrated area so that utilities could  be provided with the least expense possible. Mr. Cuylits_also answered questions  regarding" trie policy of the Regional  Board in regard t,o route of H'way 101.  It was decided to have a meeting in  July and invite any summer vacationers  who might be interested to attend. Date  of meeting to be July 19.  T3rfdal aTtendants7were Miss Lynn St.  Jean, maid pf honour; Miss Linda Hayward and Miss Susan McKitrick, bridesmaids, , wearing floor length gowns of  aqua chalet crepe in empire style with  pearl beading accenting the empire-line.  They wore white cushion.mums in their '  hair and carried bouquets featuring the  same flower with pink sweetheart roses  and" stephanotis.  Best man was Mr. Donald Chapman  with Mr. Brian Higginson and Mr. George  Wood as ushers.  Guests gathered at the Casa Martinez  for the reception where the tables were  centered with pink sweetheart roses. Arrangements of white cushion mums and  pink roses decorated the bridal table  which was centered with the three tiered  wedding cake decorated with silver leaves and aqua flowers.  Mr. Pratt, a long-time friend of the  family proposed the toast to the bride;  Mr. Donald Chapman brother of the  groom proposed the toast to the bridesmaids. Master of ceremonies was Mr.  George Hopkins.  Mrs.  Lawrerice7 mother  of  trie  bride,7  chose   to   wear   an   aqua   blue  sleeveless  dress accented with white and blue beading,  with matching blue accessories and  white gardenia corsage.  Mrs. Chapman, mother of the groom,  ti.���Washington,  Powell River, Mr. and Mrs. H. Melendy  of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. L. Chapman  of   Toronto,   Mrs.   B.   Davidson,   Mrs.   P.  Roskovich of Vancouver.  The Rhyming Philosopher   : , i , :   Harry  W.  Fletcher  CONFORMITY  "Good   heavens,   what   will   people   think!  A baby boy  should  riot wear pink!"  We  used  to hear  our  grandpa  yell,  "Don't   be   profane,   it  sounds   like   hell!"  Before poor father stepped outdoors  To merely do his daily chores.  He" had  lo  wear his  coat   and shoes  Because our neighbors "spread the news!"  And-this to mc was never clear:  We lived in constant dread, for fear  Miz Grundy spied  a speck  of dirt,  So mother  scrubbed  until   it  hurt.  And to this day our children must  Wear what the others do, or bust*.  They're   long-haired   boys   and   girls   in   jeans  Which spells  conformity for teens.   Our pioneers weren't  made that  way:  They  said:   "To  heck   what   people   say."  Most   senseless   phrase   of  voice   or   ink  Is   wailing,  "What  will   people  think!"  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