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 %��*���..   \  \  X  Y  Efforts aooreciated...  x  \<  mm  ��� �����  CAMPAIGNING on  the  Sunshine  Coast'  ���last week, Mackenzie Riding's MLA.,  Hon Isabel\Dawson received an enthusiastic ovation from her Sechelt audience,  in appreciation of the work she has done  for senior citzens in the proving.  Mrs. Dawson said that she commenced  .work in this field in 1967 and found by  means of a questionnaire that senior  citizens required someone to give them  information. In 1968 the first seminar for  elderly citizens was held in Victoria with  45 counsellors' from throughout the province in attendance. There are now 66  counsellors in the province givingx senior  citizens a direct line to the provincial  government. This is the only programme  of its kind in the world, said Mrs. Dawson. The counsellors are themselves senior   citizens   who   work   on   a   volunteer  basis but get xfn expense account.  Through them, senior citizens are able  to obtain first hand information on  services and grants available to .elderly  people.  POPULAR PROVINCE  Because of its. climate, British Columbia attracts retired people and fourteen  per cent of the increase in B.C.'s population is made up of retired people, said  Mrs. Dawson who predicted that 'in two  years time the special care program w.ill  be as big as the housing program which  has provided 12,000 units in the province  for senior citizens.  Information about services for elderly  citizens is published in the booklet "Time  for Living" available from the Queen's  Printer,. Victoria, or from Division of  Aging, 411  Dunsmuir St.,  Vancouver.  The booklet states that a single person claiming the $82,88 old age security,  plus $67.12 guaranteed income supplement, plus $41.10 Provincial Supplementary. Allowance equal to $191.10 or $337.20  for married couples is permitted to: Have  cash assets of $500 (single); $1,000 (married). Own their own home. Own an automobile. Have certain others assets such  as life insurance, $1,000 single or $2,000  married.  War veteran allowance recipients are  also eligible for the supplementary allowance where their income does not  presently provide up to $191.10 single or  $337.20  if  married.  In addition there are health care  benefits, free to those in receipt of the  supplementary allowance, plus the renter's grant of $50 per annum or the  home owners grant of $185 for 1972.  HEARING AIDS  Four years ago, Mrs. Dawson began  an investigation of problems with hearing aids which led to the legislation introduced  last year. This will benefit all  people with hearing problems. A seven  member Hearing Aid Board has been set  up which deals with registering," licencing, bonding and regulating sales and  service ������. provided by  hearing-aid dealers.  Mrs. Dawson also informed people  that one of the best qualified doctors in  North America has been appointed to the  position of Director of Speech and Hearing. Under his guidance a mobile assessment unit will travel the Province with  a fully qualified audiologist on hand tb  diagnose   hearing   problems.  Also available is a g o o d quality  pocket-model hearing aid obtainable  through any licensed dealer at a cost  of $50. Mrs. Dawson said ^this model may  not suit everyone but- there is a guarantee that the full price will be refunded  if it is unsatisfactory.    Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsdps, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender\Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing?. Earl\Cove, Egmont  TT-V  \  \  V     2nd Class Mail7  Registration No. 1142  7 i  Unlop    *|S��>   Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Still continuing her work in this field,  Mrs. Dawson has been invited to attend  a World Conference at Copenhagen in  Denmark. Although this conference is  for professional people, Mrs. Dawson received the ��� invitation in recognition of-  the  work  she  has  done.  Local police capture  penitentiary escapee  ABOUT twenty RCMP officers took part  in the successful search for an escapee  from the B.C. Penitentiary when it was  learned last Thursday he was on the  Sunshine   Coast.  Ted Eugene McConnell of Selma Park,  serving a nine year prison term for armed  bank robbery in Langley, escaped custody while being escorted to a doctor in  Coquitlam Wednesday August 9th.  Police of the Sechelt and Gibsons de-^  tachments were joined by four officers  from Vancouver in an extensive search  for McConnell who, it was feared, might  be armed.  ��� Acting on a tip that he might be in  a house-on Beach Avenue, Roberts Creek,  officers took up strategic positions in the  area while others approached the home.  McConnell dived through a window  when police entered but was apprehended  shortly afterwards by police officers waiting on the beach.  On his escape McConnell was wearing  prison clothes. When caught he was wearing blue jeans and had been in process  of dying his hair red when police entered the house.  It is understood other charges are under consideration in relation to the incident.  Volurhe 9, No  38 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1972  Secret Gove lease  battle still rages  by Doug Wheeler....  Sunshine Coast "zings"  with bustling tourism  INDICATIONS are that the Sunshine  Coast is rapidly coming into its own  as a popular tourist mecca. Each year  sees an increase in the number of visitors  to the district and while new hotels,  lodges and resorts, have provided additional accommodation and facilities���demand has by no means been met.  It was estimated that influx of visitors to this area increased last year by  30 c/( over .1970. This year it has not  reached that figure due to limitation of  ferry accommodation which is no different to last year.  Tourist   booths   at   both   Gibsons   and  CLARIFICATION  Certain members of the local Liberal  group are known to have staled that a  donatiqn of $100 has been made to their  party ������< funds ... by an   executive   member  of the Powell River News, Town Crier  Peninsula Times Ltd. No such donation  in-cash or'kind'has ;been:;made: by; own-;;H!pianation:  Following the hot spell cumulating in  the. weekend of August 5-6th,. the Regional District -Water Authority- -had-to  take urgent action to curtail sprinkling  and to provide water to the extremities  of Its system at Gower Point and West  Seehelt. This was done by notifying all  Xydl"SH'61fbrclwarid"po  guest? Get together will commence about sponse was apparent when pressures rose  ��� ,7:30,..p.m.,.,Saturday August ,19th. at the ,,., and  service maintained    in  the  higher  Socholt  Legion   Hall    with    Hon.   Dan    elevations of the utility  Campbell as her guest.  ers or executives to this -cause.  MINISTERS VISIT  Hon. Isabel Dawson will hold a public meeting Monday August 21st- in the  Elphinstone auditorium and will bo accompanied  by  Hon,  Los  "Peterson,' Hon.  SIGN VANDALS ���     ���*  , Election campaign ai^nti," erected on  behalf of Hon. Isabel Dawson have booiv  pulled down and damuged shortly after  erection, particularly ln tho Glb��onn area.  Ono of hor workers poses tho question  Temporary ban...  Excessive sprinkling hits  water resources  all others on odd numbered days. Langdale, where-this rule was not applicable,  had a similar regulation. Had these very  generous provisions for sprinkling been  accepted and followed, there would not  have been a water shortage and it would  not have been necessary to stop sprinkling.   It was obvious..from the ..water consumption which rose to over seven times  normal consumption, that water was being wasted" mainly? in 'continuous, sprinkling of lawns and gardens. Whije the intake from Chapman Creek and the flow  from the' Sechelt reservoir into the utility  was maintained at full capacity, the service ' linos throughout the lower parts of  the system were being drawn upon at  an execessiye rule, thus reducing tho  *"flow��to"the*extremitlesiand"higher*aroafii''  It is regrettable that undor the circumstances .where ;. sufficient water -....In  available for everyone for ordinary domestic purposes witn a good margin ovor  which would allow lho watering of gardens that It should be necessary to can-  col. the sprinkling,, privileges. Howoyor,  to ensure that all users. would, rocoivo  water this acjtion' had to ;lio' taken.  Tho UQglon.nl Board "Wator Commlttou  DUE to a prolonged dry spell and insistence by many water users to ignore sprinkling regulations, water pressure dropped in some areas of the ��� Regional water system causing shortages.  As a result a ban was temporarily placed  upon sprinkling at any time.  Secretary-treasurer Qhgrles Gooding  announced, last weekend thai, .response,  was .such that conditions immediately  improved. He submits the following ex-  Tho Regional District system is engineered and designed to provide a domestic water supply and fire protection  and there Is ample wator available lor  this purpose, When the annual water  bills were distributed, users were advised  of the sprinkling regulations for the current year and later advertisements wore  Sechelt report increasing interest with  visitors from across Canada, the United  States, Europe and Britain, signing the  guest  book..  Mrs. Dorothy Chadwick of the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce Tourist Bureau  reports that from June 30th up to last  weekend, a total of almost 700 enquiries  have been made. Most requests for information involve camp-sites, motel and  hotel accommodation. Others seek boat  rentals, cafes etc. Many from the lower  mainland admitted having never been  on the Sunshine Coast before but indicated intentions of returning.  Mrs. Chadwick points out that while  the provincial campsite at Porpoise Bay  is not yet officially open, campers have  been permitted to make use of the facilities. .Most pf the seventyr-five campsites are now completed* roads are. good,  tables and benches are set up but, it is  understood, water is nol yet hooked-up.  A magnificent job has been made of the  ' beach area providing fine picnic areas  among tlie trees while the actual beach  has been graded and sand added. During recent weeks the park has been used  extensively with campers and tents from  across  Canada  and   the  USA.  ���  Most active centre of tourism has been  the Pender Harbour area where almost  all resort operators have been working  to.capacity, Egmont, which just a short  lime ago was virtually a ghost town, has  become revitalized and has become a  ������>hiYe^.of^^ctiyity.v.;Sp'Mt90,-;-.;has,-beea''-'-,the  situation at all established' resorts and  marinas in the area.  One of our larger resort owners told  ���see page A-8  Calgary kiiow=how^��  brings big fish  BIG salmon may have been landed ln  tho weekend salmon derby, but there  was none to boat tho oho caught by  Frank Gibson of Cul'gory fishing of ��. Troll.,  Islands, 'Using frozen horrlag , b��ltj ���tl>o'  notion started for "the' Calgary visitor'  around   I):If)   p.m,   and   ondqd   with   a  Closed Access  Access road to our most popular fishing area, Sergeants Bay, has been  cut off by property owner Art Angel  who told the Times last week he has  become fed up with people using the  private road and repaying the courtesy by dumping, re fuse,, causing  fires and general abuse. It is understood a public access is gazetted and  pressure is to be put on the Highways Department to open it up.  Meanwhile, the large Cat effectively  stops transportation to or from the  Bay.      ���  CONTROVERSY      continues    regarding  transfer   of   a   lease   at   Secret   Cove  from  a  private  individual  to  the  Royal  Vancouver Yacht Club which has resulted. .  In a strong protests by property owners  in the area and other concerned people.  Regional Board has takerf the matter  up and representation has been made to  the   Department   of   Lands.   Hon.   Isabel  Dawson has promised her support to the  protests and Hon Ray Williston has flown  -evep-the area for closer investigation of  the  situation. ��  Letter from A. F. Smith, asst. dirfebf3r  of lands, to Commodore W. E. Simpson  of the yacht club states, in part: "The  Hon. the Minister, Mr. Williston, has received a number of strong protests objecting to this lease. One of the protest-  ants was the Regional District Of the-  Sunshine Coast. In the main, protests  centre on an anticipated increase in boat  traffic leading to congestion in the easterly arm of Secret Cove, and on pollution  problems.  "Boat traffic generated should be no  greater than that expected when Mr.  Gibsons held the iease since the size of  the forseshore leasehold area has not  been altered. I-n this regard it has been  pointed out to the Regional District that  the original application of Mr. Gibsons  was for the same purpose and was approved by the District. With respect to  pollution objectors may, if they wish,  register comment with the Regional District or Health Authorities. For our part  we intend to-keep, an eye on the situation   this  summer.  "We note that in writing to your  former application in the smaller arm of  Secret Cove your vice-commodore stated  it was your intention' to provide shore-  toilet facilities. We assume you will still  be intending to do this in conjunction  with the leasehold recently assigned to  your Club".  It is noted that a previous application for subdividing the property involved was rejected on grounds of unsatisfactory perculation relating to sewage disposal.  Heavy work load...  Regional Board office  suffers staff problems  INDICATIONS are that staff increases'  . are ljkefy' in tlie Regional Board office  at Davis Bay. At last board meeting  Secretary Treasurer Charles Gooding reported that a problem exists with the  overall work load: It has reached a stage  where additional help is necessary.  Greatest area of need would appear  that of building inspector and planning,  particularly during holiday period when,  crue to technical nature of the work involved, it is not possible for other staff  members  to adequately fill the gap.  So difficult has the ��� situation become  that the Building Inspector has been un-  supjpiy have encountered problems. This,  says Mr. Gooding, is due to excessive  sprinkliing by people, who ignore regulations and persist in sprinkling all day. and  every day. Consequently it was announ-_  ced last week that during the current dry  spell no sprinkling will be permitted.  Any zoning and planning bylaws 'established by the board are always advertised and publicised in (the .local  press. However, it is invariable sometime  afterwards that protests are made by  members of the public.  Planner Ed-Cuylits in his report said  he  has held  meetings  with various ad-  ableto���.,take..,.his...vacation which, he had    visory groups including; Area D Advisory  sste'd' at this' iirne7    "*'"" 'Plahnihg'' Commissio  specifically requested  Director Frank West expressed the  view that 7 the report, covering .the, staff  situation was very, constructive and  something for board members' to think  about,       i  Building inspector Fred Reyburn, In  Commission,' Roberts Creek Community  Association, citizens of Secret Covq and  Trustee'sTot "the; "'Garden' Bay" Waterworks.  Various Issues related lo planning and  development of the area wore discussed.  At  those meetings,  many  interesting  hiR��rcport,*revcalcd^  "lho public al large has been uparthctle  to planning, A request in tho local papers,  last winter for comments regarding plan-   ning resulted In not u single reply" hq  said.  iW^^WjMitKS  values for July 1972 amounted to  000 as compared to |41(1,700 for the suiho  h iriontii lasl yeiir7 However, total number  of permits w'ero down with 14 single family dwellings ln July 1072 and 20 in 1071.  Wator Superintendent Gordon Dixon  reported that lho booster ptwip serving  Rosamund' Road Jacks sufficient capacity  < to provide adequate water for that area.  This, ho said, was duo to tho fact several  now customers woro added this year, A  Extreme hazard...  __���.���.���. _. ^ .  Skookumchuck faftaiilies  , bring warning irom RCMP  SEUG'EANT llili Snuridowjlor llio .Socholt court ho wuh on��� duly Uio night, of lho  1 RCM11 DotauhmoiH warns against una offence, Ho observed Larson urinating on  of small bouts attempting to ho thniimh tho h.oph, loading lo tho car park area  tho Sl.noluimclu.ek' Narrows; At running from lho hotel, Whan ..approached ,by  --tide It-is* air extreme -hniinrcl-for-vtamiolH ���tho. Corporal,- Larson became ubunlvu and  of uny ttl/,o. , ...     ,  Tho   warning   follows   Iw'o ' I'utulllloH  Which occurred Sunday mul Monday ol'  last,   wool.,  each   Involving  small   orul't,  V\v.\ wuh lho dontli of n Vancouver youth  wjio  drowned  whon  I.  ohikio,  lu. WlVll.ll  hi) wan ono ol' Ihnjo ni.i.up)in|n. cupid/cd,  '���Anollior full oil Monday 7th i.unu. ul'tor  .a small j.oul. was HWimipod by, a whirl-  "loftftirDiMipii'iviirworo-MnirKrconirnnd-  . her hoo. Konulo Milton Cook, lined 22,  .Mi'H. Cool; wuh 'hwopI lo imfoiy on .nil.  Inland but despite a search by KCJVll",  '���volunlcei'H antl aircraft, hor mm In still  JlllBalnu���.uiidLprcaunicdaloiKlwB��ut,��luw.iiH���  HtlU continuing up lo IuhI weekend,  gnipp'lod with hltnl As a eonMKiuonco tho  officers' shirt was ripped off, Two other  KCMP officers happened to' bo near-by  and uiislHtod In arresting tho youth,   <  In court lailrHun entered a "miljly"  j>Ion In (ilmi'Mou ol' uu indecent act and  "usuuullliiK " pnllvo olTU'iT," ' For con,.  iiilllliiH uu Indocont. act, lig wan flood  .���.lilt) and I'or iinmiull ol' a pollen ul'l'lcm1,  .lUfur.llior.JlilUHl.*.  POLICE COURT  An  EHmnnt   youth, 'Gary  "'"1'odi.rk'k  Aa Mho roiiifll. of u motor vehicle |.,o  cldout lust April, Hulph Houwmont, aucnl  ���H nf ���I'urniahy also appeared bol'oro th6  Judj<o lust week and ontorod a "nul!ly"  ploa lo a cluu'Ko of Impaired driving  "���Ho"*^vnii-'fln��7d--$400-��Rnd-fl\��Bi��ended--i,��'om  .drlvluH Jor-ii.. perUh7o17three.inonlhs,  HOTnODDEJTts'  A numlw of  tho locnl  hot-rod  ulo  ���*J��*��a*fpiKa��(|Val ^��f  Ks<iulinnirn Ml.A and Dcmity Spunk-  or of" Uu. 'llouiso, Mr, llorh Hruch  Uu-Hon (wad1 in ' appeared Worn JurtflQ    men- l��*vo l����t tholr driving privileges  Clmrlw, MUtolHtoad IiihC' Wodneiiduy An-    '""���   ��"'"''��   '"��'u   "l'0^   bol'm'''   '��"��'- 1">'��K-  *!""Ml, (HI), lo imnw.il' two char/urn arfttluit    HCMP, pnlrolM   nro  directum   tholr  nt��  , ,    Twenty  Years ��  20 yearn utfo, Pictured  "ul..Pondor Diana Homford and Hon lnabol Daw  Harbour, wlllr Mr, Hruch Ih c|mlr- hou about to hIiowIIiq fllni on Uril  ilofi) was the youngest, MLA when   man or the campaign 'mcjollnj? Mr, tali Columbia's progress In- twonly   Harbour lioiei,  lie first took u sbat In the Legislature   John Haddock, Times correspondent years,      .   �� ���   * \ Gorpomi Alan <iu Bt, iicmy told thu  f-i'i.in   on   Incident ' uulHldo   lho   Pondor  lo'ntlwiijo thin current practice follow  luu a luuuhur. ol! coiiiplulntu from concerned ,'on'dunU., *  PNE imnsportation  advert, clarified'  BJE'CtiEtT^K^tSiCJrnnBporl would like lu '  point out that tho additional run to  Vancouver! and 'return during tho Pnc��"  Ifle National Exhibition c|ooh not includo  Rorylco from tho Vancouver depot to tho  Exhibition  groundH,.  Somo pooplo mlK-road thq udvortlao-  mont which run-Uml woo|;,.arid Ih again >  running   ln   thltt   wooK'h ,1hhuo    of   tho  TlmuH,  '���i,'o^^pcopio"v\MHhing"wto���'Rot'*i'rom,"tiio^  bun dopol  to tho  groundM, I'l.C Hydro  biiMon   are  Vunnlng ' additional-  nervlco'  along  lho, lluntlngH St., routo  which'. In  JuhI  thruo' blooM from  tho SM.T dopol  lp Vancouver, ,"- "  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  -In-Today'.-Classified:-*���-���  'MfMwwwwaww iwinflnnniwMwwwyMUVUNmuwHwuui  MAHOUAri��".. ',wl.��  budn    and-. dronhur,  1'latl'onn rocluir, OverHtufl'cd chair.,  '*''*,*Ha��wva��a����nnnfwvin��yin��w����i��v����wa��n��a��aav������ninon��aMnirwi��i  {10,000' readci*),~w*���^"~^^'*~TO*"w^^  ��� Tlmos Classlfloda go INTO tho homo�� , .  t not on towns, strooia or In culvorti,  ��� Tlmos Clcualfloda aro |ow-co��t, l.lglvpdiency  6aloa tonic*.     '  ���,    ,    l    ,,,,.,���,,,,,,  ��� Ptiond Unci open, Sunday; olatslHod  005-9654 Sechelt, 006-2121 Gibjon��.  ^���^|f>#SlltfI*iflll��l^l  , I        i  ���V  1   '   \  ,    \ t v\  \  Page A-2 7 The Peninsula Times ' V/ejnesday, August 16, 1972 v     Capital drain  t>MMM^W>��t��W^^a4444aW^i>jMiM��W*a)��MQl������'����aWa^  The PENiNsiuji^JJiww^  \  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  \ ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler, Publisher  Ma��vifafaManfaMfiM��afa{afl��vpvnMa4'*aM)pff��%|nnp9ffion��a^  NDP Leader Barrett blasts  Worthy   cause blighted  ACTION  hy  senior citizens across the  country to puisne the worthy cause  of   adequate   pensions   has   gained   momentum  under the "Pens.oneK for Ar-'  tion 'Now'Vonimhlec'   Until ihev. banded  together anil made clear the fact their  block of votes will go to the political  party most likely to improve their lot,  they were treated as non-entities by the  government we presently have in Ottawa. v  Much of the support this organization has gained has been due to its non-  political party affiliation. From the out-  ��� set���it- was inailc clear ils voting support-  would be entirely dependent upon where  assurances of an increase in pensions  came from. N  ���Unfortunately, the man who until  now has worked so diligently I'or the  group, Tom Alsbury, has virtually  blown the whole operation. Intentionally or not, a news release, complete with  picture, from the Teachers' Political Action Committee indicated a merger between the Teachers* and Tom Alsbury  head of the Pensioners for Action Now  committee.  The whole release is craftily composed for while it amplifies the fact that  Alsbury is head of the pensioners group  it states he has announced his personal  support for the teachers organization.  It continues by explaining aims of the  Teachers Political Action* Committee is  to change the educational policies of the  Social Credit government, by bringing  about  its defeat.  Sufficient be it to say that "Mr.  Alsbury is a former teacher and also a  one-time CCV member. Therefore it is  quite obvious the direction of his political leanings.  As an  individual  it  is his  right lo lean whichever way he choses  and, as the teachers release slates, he  ha\ announced hi-, pe'r-.una) support lor  their cause.  The picture' tells a different  tale.  It  shows A Mnny together with the' u>-  ��� chairman of the teacher's group and  slates: "rom Alsbury, head of the Pensioners for Action Now committee and  G. Onstad, co-chairman of the ���Teacher's Political Action committee held a  press conference in Vancouver, August'  4th to release news of their merger in  the fight for a better deal from the pro-  (ly^rnnvprLt "  NEW   Democratic     Party   Leader   Dave  Barrett   charges   that   private   car   insurance   is   draining   investment   capital  from  the  province: -    .  ''One of the most insidious aspects  of private car insurance is the loss of  regenerated capital that goes into  insurance companies outride B.C. in the  form of' prof in"' Mr. Barrett said in'a  statement   recently.  "The   present   government   should  tell  B.C   liti:en-,  where  these  profits are be-  .lo.l, luiw much in \yi\g invested  providing money  to  the citizens  of B.C.  -i\l h a t  the  quality  of life  can  be  im-  i i'>ved.  The profits exported by the present  government   should     be   put   into   such"  ihmgs us a guaranteed minimum monthly  iiiojiiie   of  $200  for   senior   citizens   and  ihe   lowering   of   the  retirement   age   to  Mr. .Barrett, said miners  in particular  11..old   he  allowed   to   relire   on * decent  | ir'lr.Hll.S. .  From this it would seem to Clearly  suggest that Alsbury is acting on behalf  of the pensioners' organization. This we  strongly doubt and would be inclined to  suspect a little more subterfuge in order  to drag the pensioners name into a nasty  little  anti-government campaign.  \Ve would previously support our  senior'citizens' move for better pensions  at the federal level but fail completely  to understand such an attack against  the present Social Credit administration. To the best of our knowledge there  is not another province in the country  that has done so much on behalf of pensioners and, indeed., still planning more  improvements.  We do not believe Tom Alsbury deliberately dragged the pensioners into his  merger with the teacher's "oust the government" group. Rather, it would appear, he has proved himself gullible and.  somewhat misguided. Certainly, general  sympathy for the pensioners would be  lost should it prove they have embarked  upon what is; considered a left-wing  path. Already the action of Mr. Alsbury has done little to further their  cause.  m{;  111\  here in B.C. and how much is leaving  ���tho province. People have a right to know  what private insurance is casting them  in   investment   capital." 7 ���  Mr. Barrett also attacked the government- for allowing the companies to retain the money saved by the industry  when no-fault insurance was introduced.  "The introduction of no-fault insurance creates a tremendous saving for  auto insurance companies in the settle-  wment   of  claims,"   he  said.  "The companies are not passing these  savings  on  to   the  drivers."  Instead of insurance premiums decreasing, he said, the government has permitted the insurance companies to boost  premiums by 28'A in the past three  years.  Mr. Barrett said the NDP advocates  the adoption of a public car insurance  scheme combining the best facets of  plans in effect in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. These plans are saving drivers  money,   he  said.  Mr. Barrett also said profits from resource industries should be returned to  the provincial economy. "We are selling  our coal with only a token royalty and  there is no royalty whatsoever on copper." he said.  "These and other resources should, be  lie said the number of people employed in the mining industry had stayed  approximately the same since 1952 while  mining   profits   have     been     increasing  -.ieadily.  "In 1952 vthe mining industry employed 18,250 people and the industry made  S134,(i06,i323,  he  said.  in 1970 the industry employed 16.690  people and made 352 million in profit.  "In 1972, he said, the industry will  employ an estimated .-18,000 people and  make 500 million in profit. I think it's  nine we had some MLA7s who could force  the huge majority of the Socreds to be-  uiii redistributing these profits to the  benefit  of all citizens," said Mr. Barrett.  NOTICE  To residents of Pender Harbour,  Egmont   and   Earl's'Cove%   John  Breen is pleased to announce he  has   been   appointed   Agent   for  the Commercial Union Assurance  Group   and   will   be   pleased   to  quote on all inusrance needs, including  life.  Phone JOHN  BREEN  883-2794   (24 hours)  ������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������^���������������������-M. -��-^���������������^������.����^^���������^^���^ff^r^nniinfifU|ftnjtIi-  Political change a   myth  DEPUTY House Speaker and member  2 I'or Esquimalt Herb Bruch, speaking  recently at Madeira Park, exposed the  superficiality of the teachers who are  presently protesting the attempt by government to cut down inflation.  It seems, among other things, there  arc those in the teaching fraternity who  have strongly objected to the six and  a half per cent ceiling on annual salary  increases. It is not strictly a ceiling for  it is permissible to go to the people  should the increase be considered inadequate. The paying public * Would  then be the judge.  Without comment on Ihe present  high.+saku"ies enjoyed by Ihe teachers as  a" whole, perhaps the mosi significant  aspect, outlined by Mr. Bruch, was that  of std'ety of tenure. Industry with ils  ever increasing and spiralling demands  for higher salaries, shorter working  hours and additional fringe benel'ils will  ultimately price itself out of work. When  this day comes, and it is drawing very  close, everything will not come to a  hall. Life always carries Cm and certainly  hospitals,, lay/v.enl'qreoiTveiU!.and education "will continue.  And so, while large numbers ol'  workers line up for .unemployment  money, teachers, police and hospital  workers will continue to enjoy well-  paid employment, So loo will oilier departments of public service,  Tlierel'oreV * "airy * ^iigVt"stioiT"i'��f "\iist  , crimination is little more than a case ol'  lho   proverbial  "Red     Hcrring'7   Such  cries   are   clearly   politically   motivated,  inspired by ihe usual radical hard core,  and have virtually no claim to sincerity,  Strangely enough, the .political path  ��� JoH'owed by "the opponents ol' t|nii-inl'lit-  lioii is'predominantly socialistic!' Tlwiv-"  lore, it would seem, ihe very people who  so ari|eiulyJ,���seek-a,,.socialisi-.governinenii  ��� nre, In large -purl; "those snine people'  who,are- continually    demanding    vnsi  salary increases, e  .    ,71 hese demands are sleiullly eripplln  industry,  the  export  market  w'"    ' j  mutely ".be   a   lost   cause,   and   already  "��� more ������mul- more home products arc Im'-- -  ported,   Aware ol'  tIiIh  ominous  situaiion  the  provincial  government   i\\.mv~  Tiinfcnirthrow  lain groups am ��� blinded  by Hie dollar  sign,  regardless"of tomorrow, remedial  ��� act lon Is be Ing Inken,-���--     ��� ���<������������������ ���  - ��� ������  -  Qtilienntiiriilly this Is nm welcomed  by exponents of the "massive grab" mul  as a eonsei|iienee Ihey decide lhe time  has arrived to put  in another -govern-  Miicnir-prcfcrnblv^ffoclnllst^W'hni^llicy*  lull to consider Is the I'aei. dial imy yov-  emmelil  will  tiltlinalely  be: forced  lo  "Kl,opi  similar restrictive  measures,   ln��,  deed, pi(nsl record of socialism' hits n|-  ways Iuhhv Ohedl' (lomlhitlion, dleiulor-  -Hh.lp anil restriction,  II' anyone Is sulV  .��>**'''>4i4mmtm*m*mt*mimT0fim*imnn9m*444Mmmyimfm44nn9  ficicntly gullible to think such a government will be an improvement on twenty  years of progressive development under  Social Credit rule, then disenchantment  has yet to come. It might never come  in this province for the general public  has long made clear its repuganancc for  a socialist regime.  Our present administration is by no  means perfect, mistakes have been made  and we have no doubt there have been  occasional instances of corruption in  some quarters. It would be true to say  that no government anywhere in'the  world is free from questionable practices. The question to be faced up to by  the public is "which party does the  most for the people regardless of the  fact each and every one has a few bad  apples".  Considered from this aspect, there  is no doubl, in the final analysis top  honours go to the Bennett government.  One thing is certain, no province in  Canada has ever had a man with the  ability aWl financial genious, of \V. A.  C. Bennett and ii will be a very long  lime before another of his calibre conies  "'along".".'"''  This is critical fire weather, Tempor-  '"riturii'H  itiV higli,  liu"n'ii'dilie.s  low.  Warm  winds aro again drying out our forests,  One cureless net wllh I'lro In this weather  mould   moan   (ll.sa.ster,   Bo   careful   with  SPECIAL ��� ONE WESK ONLY  VITAMIN E, 200 I.U. - 200 caps. _ _ _ _ _ _ 7_ _ _ _ _ $11.00  VITAMIN E, 200 I.U.-100 caps 7_ $5.95  VITAMIN E, 100 I.U.-.100 caps. $3.95  C - ALFALFA and CELERY - 100 tablets $2.50  (aid to ease pain  from Arth'ritis and  Rheumatism)  Good Health Food Store  Cowrie Street, Sechelt Phone 885-9063  mnf^_m_n_r__w_r_��_fw_r_rwww_i9Wt��_^  S^INLKING RESTRICTIONS  Madeira  Park Users  Due to the extremely dry conditions it is necesary to apply sprinkling  restrictions effective immediately:  1. All residents from Canoe Pass to the end of Francis Peninsula ���  sprinkle on odd calendar days,  2. Residents in Ihe balance of Madeira Park area���sprinkle pn even  calendar clays.  3.rTym:Qff��qll'SprinR|er&:Qn-lho.-s.oupdjng-'-oMhe'f.lRE^.SIRENS.v!'  THE TRUSTEES OF THE  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR  WATERWORKS DISTRICT  pllna  ulii-  ���Ff"  LGt S QGt TOCJ6tnGr.a Jur.t.hQWournyvn buolnsfls,  onmmtmlly builds rtnddiwblopB |�� vilnlly.lmiwl'nnt lo mo and to my nlnff 'at  tho Roynl Bank. Wo'ro horo to Ijoip you wllh your lix.il financing  nnrl;J}t*\nlte.n^  ,So whether you're involved ,wHli.proiDorly.,c.lovolopiTK-��ni, bond and slook  "fading, payrollBorvlacaeopwhalpvor-you'll fi'nd  t!\atwoiindoralandyourproblorriband'    '    ���' l"   ' !'    '"'*'"������' '' ��� ''  talk your Inngungo. If you'vo got  ' iaplan wocein lielpmal<o  It happen,  ��� __  I,.    Published. W^tncfKlnys nl ScchoIt7 ,  on H.G/h SwWiIno Conn*  ' -���' '' by ���   ���.S,cclicU71'Jnics���l.iil..!.w��^..����-4,-��.  J*jQV3|0">ScviicltJ..C,  Subscription Rhtcs! (In mlvnrtco)  ILobfti, ^''pcfywK'nbyoWlJ5"mlloii( $7,  '     '       U.S.A.,.$!>.,OvaHei',N# $10.  S.rvl.R ll\ti nrra from Port Mellon to Ritn\ant   (Ho\\>a.tmiidt^Jleni*,Inlet) . _t ,  *"mam|imwaan- -  Community Corner  Ann.   19���7.30 run, Socholt Union Hall, pitollc  "nu'nlliifi yvllh liinliol Dawwin oriel Don;*Campl>6  Ann, I9/-.-B p.m. Wllhon Ciouk Community Jlnll,,  nivmi Club nnnunl rjonornl mooting;'  *'  Ann, 21---10 o.m, lb 3 p.irii, Oponlna ol now  Roynl.I^anls brnuch,In Mo'Mrn I'arK.  Alio. 23---B ci.m, 5/v\T Dopol, fionlor clllswiii chnr   (��[.Jiiifijcflvos (or PNl;,  ^^^li*\mimr^^��iitmtf^m>t*'*i'*^wwmf #i��h��1i�� ^MM^Viitk Ajw��-^h-w  Sorvlng Hrltlah Columbia  Sooholt "' "'"   Tolophono; 085-2201 ���  wmtmmmnmmmMmmnmmimmnnmnnMw*  Sunshine Coast Regional  Diffrkf  A By-law to establish a specificied area within Electoral Area C of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District for the purpose of providing garbage  collection and disposal  service.  WHEREAS t^he Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  has been requested to extend -the service of Garbage Collection to Jhe  communities of Sqndy  Hook and Tuwanek;  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board is empowered, with respect te-that  part of the Regional District not within a city, district, town, or village  to undertake any work or service under the provisions of PartXVI of  the "Municipal  Act";  AND WHEREAS this service is presently being provided in adjacent  areas;  NOW THEREFORE the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regiona  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows:  The Regional F3oarcl is hereby empowered and authorized:  1. To establish in Electoral Area C a specified area defined as follows  and to be known as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection  and Disposal Specified Area" and such area shgll be comprised of that  tract-of land hereinafter described:  Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1558, Group 1, New Westminster District, being a point on the highwater mark of Porpoise Bay  in Sechelt Inlety"Orrthe easterly shore thereof; thence-- in-e-genefol  northerly,direction alQng saTd" highwater markr+o the^orthwesr^Srfier  of Lot 3259; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of said Lot  3259 to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 3259, 1410 and 6715 to the southeast corner  of said Lot 6715; thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast  corner of Lot 4683; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of  Lots 4683 and 4687 to the southeast corner of said Lot 4687; thence  easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of  Lot 1557 to the southeast corner thereof; thence easterly, southerly,  and westerly along the northerly, easterly and southerly boundaries of  Lot 1558 to the aforesaid southwesterly corner thereof being the point  "of commencement.  2. To undertake and carry out or cause to be carried but and provide  the service of garbage collection and disposal in and for the said specified area and do all things necessary in connection therewith.  3. The entire cost of providing the service of garbage collection and disposal shall be borne by thje owners of land in the said specified area  and a sum sufficient therefore shall be levied and raised in the manner-  prescribed in the "Municipal Act" in each year commencing with the  year 1973, for usch period of time as is necessary, on all /Iqnds and  improvements, on the basis of assessment as fixed for taxation for  school purposes, excluding property that is tqxable for school purposes  only by special Act, within the said specified area.  4. The specified area established by -this By-law mgy be merged with  any other specified area or areas for the same purpose whether con-  ��� tiguous or not, in the manner provided in section 619(3) of the Municipal Act.  5. This By-law may be cited as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage  'Collection and Disposal Specified Area Establishmehr By-law'No   72,  1972."  *  /���  ffimt  READ A FIRST TIME this 27th day of July, 1972  READ A SECOND TIME this 27th day of July, 1972  READ A THIRD TIME this 27th dayof July, 1972  Approyocl by the Inspector of MuniclpallHos this 2nd clayof August,  1972"   ' .       ' ' '7  7TAKE NOTICE that the qlpova Is a true qppy^of .the By-law qu'ttorlzln.g  the, submission of a question therein set forth for the dsSfent pf the   .elwteraofihe^^  the vote pf pwnor-olectprs of the Specified Areq will be taken at the  v between the hpwrs pf 8:00 p'ctock In the forenoon and 8:00 p'clpck In  ���'ihcrqftGrn<>9n"'qnc|-.^ Returning  Officer for the purpose of taking ancl recording tho yolo of tho electors.'  paled Secholt, this 4th day of August, 4,^7!?,  >^"*M<�����ifW&tw��!fpfie***��^^ ����� >  CHARLES F. GOODHMG  iitSecretqry  NOTE  Thl* notice applies^ only Jo those ownor-olactprs of San'^y, Hook/  TuwancH and adjoining qtoq* wfiosq property Ho�� within tho boundaries defined In fho By-low. Approval of tho By-|ow would p^v|d^  mw^��i^*#*hjmw"  (���������'nvYV '*"">  CHARUS F, GOODING  ',:,,' 7     Secretary  ft  *mmmm>i)imii>s&imt  >mmmmmm^m��*fetim  *tr  > ��� ,,< tf i ��� y fi. i  ' r . ' ' \, X  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p,m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Qower Point Road .  PENDER HARBOUR   FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  t; Yh  ^A  S' HIGHT  x  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and not  necessarily  those of The Times.  A  nom-de-j>kime may be used for publication, but all originals must be 'signed by the writer.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School.: 9:45 a.m.  4>unday-SetvieesH-l-orm7;-7 p.mr  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:'30 p.m.  PASTOR:  GERRYx 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    ���    885-2133  N��85-9673    ���    885-2320   *  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m..  Church Service ��� 11:15 aan.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and -Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The  United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church ��� Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons -.886-2333  494��imiut9��ivmmmimi>mmnivu9mmtmmmmmmmmi>miiiimmtii>i94v  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School   10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  885-9668  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  886-2158  , Rev, J, E. Harris., Interim Pastor  886-7776  H����MflMMMWIMUMMftMWMWIfl^  1  Rely On Us  liiTlit  Sfones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  It)il$9p2i/ear  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  100% Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C, 885-2421  rmi��n_nn49im4m99n9i4494nittv9i^^  is  Local hazard  - Editor-;   The   Tiriies,  . Sir: Following is copy bi a letter submitted by myself to Hon. Isabel Dawson,  the Department of Highways and other  bodies. Perhaps its publication will help  draw attention to the situation involved:  I would like to bring to your atten-  \ tion a hazardous situation which exists  orr the Sunshine Coast. There are many  side roads -where - the visibility���is���zero  as the driver of a car attempts to gain  access to the^"KigRway77 particulSrly_"oh  Lower Roberts Creek Road.  Recently I was involved in an accident when driving onto Lower Robr  erts Creek Road from Laburnum Road,  which resulted s\ in damage of approximately $800 to each of the two cars involved. Fortunately, there was no physical injury or loss of life, but I am concerned aboujt the possibility of a similar  accident   occurring   again.  I understand the Department of Highways is responsible for cutting brush six  feet back from the highway but in this  instance the brush was overhanging to  the edge of the highway, completely obliterating the view. The constable who attended the accident admitted in court  that he had to proceed onto the highway in order to see oncoming traffic. It  is also my understanding that it would  be an act of trespass for anyone other  than the Department" of Highways to  clear the brush from their right-of-way,  although since the accident several unnamed persons have done just that. We,  and several of our neighbors, have repeatedly asked the Department of Highways to take some action in this regard  but have had no cooperation from them.  Also, since Laburnum Road was relocated in the proper place by the Department of Highways, in 1947, they have  consistently refused any request for  maintenance service. It is a government  road and as taxpayers, we naturally resent thisi particularly as the government  roads on either side of us, namely, Met-  caKe Road and Bayview .Road, .are  maintained by the Department of Highways. As the road had become almost  impassable, last summer we had no alternative but to hire a bulldozer to grade  the road, at our own expense, at a cost  of close to $100.  I would also like to bring to your attention that Lower Roberts Creek Road  is being used as a speedway, to which  I am sure any family living on that road  would willingly testify. Many of them  have expressed fear for the lives of their  children who must walk on that road.  I would appreciate your advice on how  we may go about requesting police patrol.  Any help you can give us to rectify the  above dangerous situations would be  aprpeciated.  .    MARY   G.   FELLOWS  Many years ahead *  Editor,-'The Times,  Sir: Cartoonists have a lot of fun  depicting Mr. Bennett as an old, old  man. Perhaps they should be reminded  of the most notable administrator of all  time���Moses, who did not commence his  great work until he was 80 years old,  and continued on the job until his 120th  year, when he handed over to Joshua,  and it was' said of him then, that "his  eye was not dim, nor his natural force  abated". I believe that Mr. Bennett has  a great many more good years ahead  of him, and that B.C. will benefit by  them,  E, W. ABRAHAM  Free press  ���..Editor, The Times,-.   ���.-���.-,... -.v    Sir: On behalf of the teachers of the  province I would like lo thank you for  the coverage your newspaper lius given  educational mattery during the past yonr,  *-4������Probably**no **ono��>'UndorHtandH'" better  than wcoKly cdltorn how difficult it Ls  to interpret. eclucationtU oventn und Ls-  .sucs'to' ��/community in '"a way'thut "thoy  1 are cattily uncloratoocl. Yot timo and  again, at. our pirns clippings .show, the  weekly now.spapor hau, presented oven  the most complex Itwuo fairly and Hquar-  cly to the people ol' a community, always  hi:a lively, Intci-eHting Htyle,    ,;.  While teacher.1) may npt alwayn agree  with, the stand you have taken, wo know  that yoifmaro*.wiUlng.4o���prlnt |Our sldo  of the fitory-^su'ehifi thdcsficncQ of free  .proHfi., ,.,.. ,.,..���,    ���,.���.���,, ,���  You might bo lnloroHtod In tho formation ,o( the TqachorH', Political., Action  Committee,  This  cbmmltloQ Hhould  not  be confused \with the BCTF; it is an  independent, voluntary group of teachers  formed to take an active part in the upcoming provincial election. ��  ��� The group has been remarkably successful in raising funds by Nway of voluntary donations from teachers around  the province. We fully expect, therefore,  that through this committee teachers will  be making their influence felt In this  election.           ADAM   ROBERTSON,  President,  B.C,  Teachers'  Federation  MPs pensions  Editor, The Times, N  Sir: $13,5.00.00 a year after 25 years  and. then for  life.  $3,780.00  after  6  years  in  Ottawa.  No   contributions.  No Means Test.  No age requirement.  No effort was made to project what  all this would cost the country (the taxpayer���you   and   me).  This cozy little pension was arranged  for themselves in 1970. In 1972 they gave  the Senior Citizens an increase of $2.88  making a grand total of $82.88.  Their little pension starts at $315.00  per month and increases each year until  it reaches  $1,125.00  a month.  Who pays for it? The Canadian taxpayer,  who else?  But on Election Day the Canadian  voters, the taxpayers will have their say,  and they will not forget or overlook* our  Canadian senior  citizens.  OTTO NORDLING  Broken promises  Editor,   The  Times,  Sir:  Your editorial  "Changes  will  be  Minimal"   the Times   August   2nd   issue.  How true all the promises made by the  would-be politicians until they are elected and then nothing but broken pro-'  mises.  I have seen the various groups on  the Sunshine Coast in the years I have ���  lived here, Liberals, CCF now NDP and.  other groups promise all kinds of goodies  to the gullible electors and no doubt  many of the electors will fall by the  wayside and take a chance on the goodies  promised by various parties in the running. '  There is no need to take a chance on  the government we have at present, and  will have for many years to come, as  they have at least shown what they can  do to give us the best we have had in  roads, ferries, home owner grant on  our taxes, and supplement on our old  age  security.  What  more  do  you  want.  ���      W.  J.  MA-YNE  Report was coniidential  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Your recent'editorial leaves no  ofdubt as to who has been reprimanded  and I am seriously debating making  known the f-ull and true, facts of my report rather than endure the snide remarks to which I am now subjected. To  clarify matters, I am at a complete  loss as to the reasons for the reprimand.  My submission was not in contravention  to the Municipal Act, nor bylaw number  47. ,  However, rriy repoit addressed to the  e Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, August 16, 1972  (���'liairman. of the service committee was  marked "confidential" and it is not >my  wish at this time to domment further,  excoj|t as herein, until the service com-  i-TITTee and the Board have had" a. chance  i'i effectively  deal_with. my  submission.--  My report was based on statistics in  'lie lower mainland municipalities jwhere .  salary differentials ..between various officers, on the average, follow a. certain  basic trend. These municipalities have  .salary scales established after many years  of operational service and are the most  reliable in the province for setting salary -  differentials between officers with specific responsibilities. My submission is  factual and should be of some assistance  to the, service .committee and the Board  when' reviewing my case.  I feel I haye unknowingly been discriminated, and the intent of my submission was to assist the service committee  xin recommending remedial steps. This  was my first written submission to the  committee providing data to support my  request. .  I have been assigned all treasury  duties for the Regional District and the  Hospital Regional District, as well as assistant secretary. It would seem only  fair that my salaries should reflect those  responsibilities. Since joining the staff of  the Regional District I have fulfilled my  duties honestly and conscientiously, and  as far as I know ha'Ve fiever incurred  any complaints from my superior, elected  representatives or the public.  Gibsons G.   E.  GIRARD  Open letter  Editor,  The  Times,  Sir: Following is a copy of a letter to  Highways Minister Hon. Wesley Black  in regards to the 'proposed Gibsons bypass: ' 7  After a careful initial investigation of  the proposal for a highway bypass  through Gibsons���Route A���as announced in today's Peninsula Times and Coast  News, and after speaking with concerned  and well-informed persons in the community, I urge you in the strongest terms  to postpone the initiating of this project  until you further investigate the possible  alternatives���particularly Route C-���as  proposed by the Regional District planner.  It   would   appear   that   the   majority  df the citizens in this area are strongly"  opposed to the Route A proposal,  as is  the Regional Board.  To proceed  with  the  construction  as  announced   without   further   consultation  with these people would be a most flagrant denial of the democratic processes.  DON   LOCKSTEAD,  NDP  Candidate,  Mackenzie  Riding  \  CONGRATULATIONS  and  BEST WISHES  TO THE STAFF OF  A. C RENTALS Ltd. & BUILDSNG SUPPLY  NICK'S ELECTRIC  \1  Ruby Lake  Phone 883-2516  l'    *> '���  if.1  ��t< t  +*'  L��7 7>"'      |l  V  LARGE  VARIETY, OF  STEAKS fOn &AIIBECUB  ��� ,i ��� - >.y .  ���    ���    .i . i  ���    . n, .   :    .  see  GLYNN TRACY  Gordon Bay Storo - 883-2253  "Fine Meats "for Fin? .People."  Harbour Supplies join in celebrating the Grand Opening  of our neighbor store A. C. Rentals Ltd. cfe Building Supply  Stfurda^ with'3^  *7t$>v'  ��� *#9ifB*hifrfl'W>ut*����^ (*f  Pole lamps  BEDROOM FIXTURES  Rog, 1,95  NOW .'....  LAMP SHADES  Rog, 4.50  NOW..,  2.95  ALSO 15%  OFF  ON  ALL OTHER  FIXTURES  Swag Lamps  Veg, 19.95  NOW  Mufti* mm*9*.f*w*  14.95  BATHROOM FIXTURES  R,��9. 5,95 '," '_&72gkt��:  NOW         TiAjfjl  LAMP SHADES  Reg, 7.95  NOW ......  mw#+bw*m��-M _-*?.'���..-*m**��**.��i  HARBPUR SUPPLIES  Sunshlno Coast Highway and Francis Ponlnsula Rd.  MAPEIRA PARK ~ PHONE 883^2513  OUR CONGRATULATIONS  TO  A. C. RENTALS Ltd. & BUILDING SUPPLY  UPON A  SUCCESSFUL  GRAND  OPENING  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Madeira. Park  Phone 883-2513   "I  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  CAN IDB SERVE YOU?  MR. T. R. TOPHAM,  One of our representatives  will be at  SUNNYCREST MOTEL, GIBSONS  9-11:30 a.m., AUGUST 23rd,  BELLA BELLA MOTEL, SECHELT  i:D0 - 3:00 p.m., AUGUST 23rd     , '     ,  If you require a term loan for a new or  existing business, you are invited to discuss your needs with him. An appointment can be arranged by telephoning  886-9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561   (Sechelt)  ��!&_ INDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BAM  TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES  145 West 15th Street  North Vancouver, B.C.  ome  and   IIVleet the jj;rolki  MADEIRA  PARK  ENTALS LTD. & BUILDI  SUPPLY  PHONE  883-2585  Sunshine   Coast   Highway   and   Francis   Peninsula   Road  FOR OUR  warn  'penina  SATURDAY, AUG.  19  COME    IM    AMP    HAVE    SOME    COFFEE    AIMP    DON UTS   WITH    US  Prefinished MAHOGANY  4'x8' sheet %  _%7_%  reduced to, sheet".  %%J&W  JhereJwillL.be a demonstration on the  application of STRETCH Liquid Plastic  for coating outside floors, patios, etc.  8 standard colors.  ,4* [Ul ui>.*^f. *!__$ yt_ _nt!��n.<4^ i ;i,8 ^k��* i.i *il&#MW  _ st(W ^sfcfite-sirt^W'viwyit^ (?�����*"'.*..# ���uMa&.m. i��*>  iii j(i|i ((Siifj^,^^,,^  5/16" ASPENITE  Recommended for exterior use,  4'x8' sheets, sheet   3.95  M  mm-  ififtn  IKMJmh  VAIlV1',  MoorGard  LOW LUSTRE f-ATEX  HOUSE PAINT  ��� Easy 'brushing���.,  quick drying.  , ��� Resists blistering,  ..^Npn-UicllnGPolorastiiy  cloun & bright.  w  SPRINGFIELD ASH and  REMINGTON  OAK  1 t  Prefinished Embossed Panels, fits on 16" centra  studs���less,cutting waste���a  beautiful pah'ol, 32"x96", ONLY  ��49  'linMoofd  hi. \  SWL  'ffl  m  ^'r^t__________.'_i___t_i.  ���$10;95M  pqr gallon  MOORE'S��  House Paint  ^EXTERIOR GLOSS FINISH  ��� * For 'Wood sldlnc? ^^^'*i^^^^ik'**M**u*'*^  . clbora^trlm. . ... ...,  ��� Covora most surfneaa  Inppocont.... .  ��� Longdating durability S<  oMwIpntgloBO retention,  Come in and see the large  selection of Tools and  ipment we have to  ront  $10.95  por .gallon  ���VWlMtt|i4*l^h%l('ii����liS l  Come in and meet the Benjamin Mooro  Paint Representative -7~^ '"'ho' will offer  assistance   in   solving   your   decorating  '   '   "    ,;���',',' problems*   : '   ,"  I ��wftw**P**it �����*����**��*  MOORTONE SPECIAL  Interior""or,"7 EH^o'rlor   tntox   Pnliit  Valucis up to 8.45, ��� _    ' |f  |CC  4w-��-wTi nteds,to*yd�� pcolor'Tequlrements^"^*-*  Wo Personally Rocommond  This* Good Ouallty Paint  A���Builderis^Hardware-  x Power Tools  *��� Plastic Gutter  ��,"A"!, Hand Tools  i>'n" W  m*mmmm&mm*w  msmwmmmm, mtmmtmm.  ,,,,..    ,i ,  t i *  1   I ,��l>  ���*    *t     t   f     t    d    It   ^     t   I*     I   l.H   I jkajM _>,,__..*  A   *._* A jt�� il    <���_,.__ M i jr.  X  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Aug; 16, 1972  ���kiaaU ^'+^Mmit*)i4&y&*��*9^&__mi_aih'*v_i  IheP  Sechelt - Phone 88S 96S4  PeninsulA^w^    Gibsons - Phonk 8,86-2121  Classified  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established. 1963  BIRTHS  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31,  1972*  ~�� Gross Circulation i_lb  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with fhe Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)      ,,  One   Insertion ���$1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) ���. 20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers ��� _   10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication, date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Death-:, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriom, Marriage, and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  ond 20c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Area $(S.OO yr.  Outside Local Area . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. $9.00 yr.  Overseas   ___ $10.00   yr.  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   .   ,   is   pleased   to   sponsor \thi��  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  , parents.  CARDS OF THANKS  We .wi.s'lt���In   I haul;���am., many  REAL ESTATE (font.)    v  I.KArTTFlU,   Ii^hM   I,,i.,   l,v.7lv  V |.->V       H.n->r-     S.MIII.I.     l.H      t-,1  1'nnii.i^i-   ������:    ii.i   I'.i.    All   ��� H \ li'p-  I * I ia .i ii -  :::;:i ������inn Ui:.^:i  H-pT. :.    N   ���  West  Sechelt      .    \  Cleared   -   Ready   tn  build  $$4500   firm.       \  H: -B.  GORDON  AGENCIES LTD.  Bo.; 123. Sechelt  Phone 83^-2013  \ ' 10  FOR RENT (continued)  Htlp V/osr.ted: female  .TMA'l.I  7     t;.l\a,  I " ',' '       '  i.uil|��li-  lirili .J91.  Mil     11 I i-  i'i: _i  'ilr.p..m   furnished  W     carpe,     car-  N  i.'il.sons.    Order  'liU'-r.    gent    only  ��� A1_J_v,  V    l-ii-?hi   nffiep   rlfanijtjj,  in e\ ennii/v.   Phnne Sr/.:".-  \ ~ J 9 97! 9  HOUSE for rent - large rooms,  fireplace. 220 wiring. Suit  couple or couple with baby.  $125 month. Write Advertiser  Box 170. c/o The Times", Box  310,- Sechelt.  R.C. 176-38  Mil ^IIKI.S     helT'7. kind     anc'l  ,;,n;il.le   #ir|   I'or   Vanci'i-iiver  -,7��-\\\- - 7> children age 5 mon-  11)  13    vears.  886-2578.  References.  242-38  WORK WANTED  $lh. WATERFRONT, comfortable ?. bedroom furnished  cottage': Sept.- 4 to June 20.  I..ea��e. 1st and last month'?  rent. Damage deposit. Reference;  please   Ph.  112-433-3610  183-38  vrKWRITERS,   adding   mac-  iniii?::, repairs and sales. Ph.  .".o-Til l- ,7-tfn  ,R7��|.  Picl:-up  & Dal  hjiiv   Service   between  hit  ��������i;r.  Special  Citizens,  Local   Area   _  Canada      Single Copies ���.   .$3.50  $4.00  _15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing ir>  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of. a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at.any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  N/iographical error, that portion  ot the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b'-tt the balance of the adverlise-  .���r.��nt will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  producljon, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  H '������       I '  COMING EVENTS  ACR1C111 /|TJ R AI,- A.d vlsory  '-Furin open I'or demonstration ol' Raspberry Pruning, 11  a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, August II). Sunshine Coast Highway, Roberts Creek. Free Advisory Sorvico, Phone Hllll-  ���,'2ri|fiJ;r.".'."r."'^  -"���"���:<   IMM-M  OWITUARY  friends for the flowers, and  cards sent in sympathy in -the  loss of our son Richard. A  special thanks to Father Fitzgerald and the Sisters of the  Child Jesus.���Paul and Edna  Johnson   and   Family.  211-38  WE WISH to express our  thanks to the Ladies of Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospilal - Miss Chris Ward,  Mrs. Hazel Evans, Mrs. Vnna  Clayton, Mrs. Mary Redman.,  Mrs. I'cgK.v Connor and Mrs.  Dorothy Stockwell, a-i.so lhe  nurses of the Extended Care  Ward, for a very enjoyablv  biithdav parlv I'or both of ns  - -Mr. and Mr7 (Iv W.) Ed and  Amy   Lam be. 214-38  A kindly lhank-you to all who  sent me 'flowers and who  wished me well, charing my  Hospital and during my convalescence, and to those who  have helped me in many ways  ���Florence Wiren. 227-38  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ATTENTION Senior Citizens-  Emory Scott has been selected by Branch 69, Senior Citizens Association, Sechelt, and  has been appointed by your  Government- to act as your  counsellor in this area. If you  need help or advice, on any  problem,, p'pnse contact me  bv mail or phone. Mv addres.s  .is, R.R. 2, Gibsons, 'R.C. Mv  phone number is ��� 886-291G. T  am available to help in any  way I can. Even to just a  friendly visit, if you wish. I  am of your own age group,  and have also had problems,  so, mav be of help to you.  Your confidence will be respected.   Signed   Emory   Scott.  449-3!)  MR. and Mrs. Bruce Carey of  Gibsons are pleased - to announce the engagement of  their younger daughter Gloria  Rose to Mr. Tom F. Blain,  youngest son of Mr. and Mrs:  Lovne B. Blain of Victoria.  Wedding will be held at Gibsons United Church on September 10 at (2) two o'clock  in  tho afternoon. 8*203-38  POTENTIAL     view  ���Davis  Ray.  72  i'i,  \   _:..:>  All   services   available.   Phone  885-2122,   ' n 178-39  SECLUDED 5 acres. 2 large  houses and other outbuilding, W-W carpet in both  houses, 2 creeks, never short  of water. All kinds of fruit  trees, ocean view, on good  paved road, close to Gibsons.  Ph.  886-2983.- 8207-38  GOWER POINT: Outstanding  buy in acicii',!'. Rctler I ban  Hi acres wiih .total of l.Kllli'  road I'ronl. Exci-llenl sub-division   potential.  READY to move into - brand  new Iiiiiiii' consist int; of'  charming- I. shaped dining -���  Jiving room,- feature wall of  walnut, fireplace and glass  door to deck. Modern cabinet  kitchen and breakfast area. 3  lovely bedrooms, master ensure, 4 piece vanity bath. W-.  W. cathedral entrance. Full  bsmt., has roughed in bathroom and can be finished as  in-law suite, A-oil heat. Details  and  price on  request.  ONE of the finer lots at Langdale.     Only    $4,500.00,     full  price.  HERE'S  ment  landscaped   lot  location. 2 nice  MADEIRA   Pari  Jiumsked-  ii and r-eiider RanJiourAPh.  - i'i6. L  JW6-40  i ���.  BOATS & ENGINES (ConU  11 -POOT s orange   hydro-plane,  black      uphoP.lery,    -. nearly  new,   a. 125-or  otter.'  886-',560. ���  '   "<*    '     ..      438-38   . . ^ :   fit)   UP   Electric  start   Mercury.  outboard.     Controls,     tanks,  $350.   886-7753. ~"    '439-38  ������   BETH MORRIS'  YACHT-SALES LTD.  617  Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  -and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  a"    beautiful    rotire-  lonie   on   attractively  in.   convenient  iedrooms, van-  modern waterfront . honie, 2  bedroom basement. A-oil heat.  Caret a ke for 6 months from  Sept. 1st for small rent. Reliable adults please. Phono  883-2567. .229-39  PENDER'Harbour   ���   Waterfront cottage, float-, Aug. 20-  27th  and   from   Sept.  3rd.   Ph  883-2341. 233-38  HALFMOON Bay ��� SmaU  furnished house close to  water, available Sept. to June,  Couple on Is*. Phone 112-263-  r.l..i7. 234-38  DAVIS diay���Warm  furnished  all   elec.    1    bedroom   house,  suit    quiet   lady   or   working  couple.   Ph.   885-9740.      221-38  POP RENT: Davis Bay waterfront, two bedroom house.  Available Sept. 1st. References required, annual lease for  suitable tenants. Preferably no  children or animals, $175 per  month.  Ph. 885-9469.      222-tfn*  WANTED TO RENT  RESPONSIBLE    couple    with  child,    wish   to   rent   small  house   for   winter,   or   permanently. Phone 886-7291. 450-40  HELP WANTED  ll RNaCE     installations     and  hurner    service.    Free    esti-  iiiiiii-s.   Ph.  886-7111. 36-tfn  .    PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  -  limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  M.miLK Homo 8' x 3f>'. This  neal compact home in good  condition. CSA approved,  newly painted, complete with  ���sieve, frig and other furniture.  17 P. .$2,700. Phone 885-9369  evenings. 231-38  PERSONAL  WILCOX ���  Passed  owav  on  August I), 11)72, Muriel WII-.  cox of Roberts. Crook, B,C���  hgocl 49 yours. Survived by  ������hor��son"Kolvlnriil"*li'omc,;iip'r~  mulhcjr, Mrs, Kill Hi Pwclgol;  three brothers. Kon not Ii Pad-  Rot of .Saskatoon; Loreln Pud-'  roI ol' Roglna Kiul Cool| Piul-  (,',(.''1 of Miami, Florida; one  Hlslor, Mrn, W. L, (Irlj,) Lom-  moim of Aitiui, Sunk. Rov. J.  WlllUurwuii eoinliu'lod Un,, M��r-  vl'oo In tlie' lliii'Voy Funoi'nl  Homo, UlbHuiiH, on Monday,  Aii/{i.kI 14111. liilciiiieiil Hen.  vlow  Coinolnry UHII-'HI  DORAY -Suddenly on N\\\7  -���UHl (I,: '('"Mi, J oh u Klohard  Doruy of, (llhsnnii, n,C��� lined  'M ,,yuiirn,7Sni'vJv(iil by IiIhIov-  ".liuj'wll'd Mii'ry, IiIh I'lithiii'' Mi'7  Kflwiircl Durny ol' Mbiilreal, 'A  " bn.lli.ii'H, Victor (Pud) and  X^ooniird holh ul'' Va neon vet'! y  hIhIuin, Nancy of Muni run I and  Norma  of LouIhvIIIo,  KoiiHic-  ��k,V,,��Uuv,���17~Luluiui'.���uuiuluuUHb  tho ruiKTiil nuiHH In Si, Mnry'it  C-JdliQUr, Churvh...on Woilnc?!:  clny, AiihiihI ,() nl'liiaO ji.m, In-  tonnonl..... Hoavluw .. Conuiloryi  Jli|rv��.v Piine.rnl llunie, dim.'-,  lorn, j*H7.an'  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thurs-  days, Wilson  Creek  Commun-  ily   Hull.   Ph.   HafJ-9327. '  8fl.r>7--tfn  HAIIA'l  Eail.li,  informal chats,  ��a.r).9B��8. aau-2()7u.     liia-trn.  WISH   to  contact   Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or  880-2540. 6700-t.fn  COAST CONTRACTING  "������:���;--��� r^'Bu|ifljn'g ��"'A1 l"'iypefli""'���"���'''"���'"'":  Roofing  - Duaroid  Shingles   Shakes,.-.... Aluminum  Painting,- Int., Ext,. - .Res. &  '  Commerciul  Concroto  -  basomonls  -  slde-  ���w.ftlks,-^HQn-.��St���i'.��tH,lnlngmwftlls,,���  'ffluor covering - irmulntlon.  Phone 886-7320 '  BOnn-ifn  ily bath'. Spaciuus view living room, cipen'lo dining room.  Features built-in China ami  Linen cupboards. .Full bsmt.,  has completed rec room, utility, cold roiiiii and furnace  room. .Hot water beat, mateh-  ing garage, Excellent terms  on   $29,5110.110.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8    250-38  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creelc  Community     J fall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  FOR vacationers during August, a self contained furnished basemen! suite in (lib-  sons. Close lo wharf, stores  and beacheA. $50 per week.  Also   boat,   rental   if   desired.  Phone   886-7:57'!.  oo-irn  HA BY SITTER  wanted,  elderly   person,   from   9   a.m.   -   5  p.m. Monday to Friday. Phone  885-9707. 225-38  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment  LOG   TRUCK  DRIVER  GRADER   MAN  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  FALLERS  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur.-  alia or phone 885-2435," after  (i p.m. Attention W. Bradshaw.   185-37  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   wait-  resses   wanted   full   or   part  lime.  Live in or out. Call the  Jolly  '-Roger   Inn   885-9998  179-tfn  WANTED  ROOM  and  board  wanted  for  2 boys  (ages  11  and  12)  I'or  the    school    term.    $200    per  month.   Pender   Harbour area  only.  Phono 883-2234.    2211-40  REAL ESTATE  P1DNDRR  Harbour  wnlorl'ronl ,  Iol,   HlmUorod,   (loop,   vory t  iioeo.HHl'ble to wnlor mnklng  II I  kloul I'or n yonr round whnrf,  Wi.tiT^oloctii'lttlly * nnd�� rond,  $l7.fi()l), "��� Phono  ' ll.l(i"7."7'l    oi:  wrlli. box 7011, C!ll)Monn,  0202-tifh  Bequiiful Recreailonal  Park-llko 160 acros   near '   Secret Coye  *Woirolflvnioci-prop,oittyrf!oirio'*  odimn  vlown,  trnlln  unci  llMht,  I|mhor, I-nno nccoftH from hlRh-  wny ia only,, ..$07,000,. Somo  loi'iiiH, o/o I.~>ok' MO, Ponlij.i.ul.V  'TliuorRoohollTB.C,   'fl733iirri'  \\''~J7>r*y.  LTD,  $qkJ$.% Gibsons, B.C. ��� ,Y.an, Plroci: 685-3133   "SCRYING ..THE SUNSHINE.COAST"   M;xclu3lvo;,Agonl5'     ,   7 ,  Glbnonr,' Gnnd wdlorfrdnt lot with small collage on  gooc| Uoacli, Ronlii yoqr round, Torrllie.Investment lor..  ,0.   only $1o(000,  I   Granthams: Unbollovalilo bargain, On boclroom homo  on fantastic view lot, Clear title, Good garden. Only  ^iQQOrWm^Qt^d'olnlng^^  ,^2.,9QQ.��l:jwrchasG��an  7   "     ';���'        prices,  ) ��'"���'��� /" ��� ��  Calirtdfrla Girard, ', ' '   " .  MacGrejgor, Pacific Realty Ltd,  , 926-5586,(Yan.) or 886-72^ or 886-7760,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  i   NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  i  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  4' ' *    .  Aldershaw Road, Almost new 2 bedropm home with  W-W carpets and room, for, 3rd bedroom, Good .slzo..  utility room. Front porch ancl HT driveway, FP $22,900  Wllh only $8,000 down,  Whore rjo you find an acre of landscaped waiorfront  property with 145' of le,ye| beach, good boat mooring  and close lo.transportation and stores, Also a 3 beck  room homo with large windows overlooking the wdlor  ancl islands, Hopkins Landing! Asking price $59,000,  Try your offors on cash or terms, '  Close to beach and nicoly treed are these 3 half aero  lots in Gower Point area, $5,000 and.$6,000.  1,68 acres with all services and cl6so to Gibsons Vll-   |ag<??. .!SI.9QJ.y.M rped .qnc|...lQyo.l...$5.9|50...Torms. Qval-lablo.  Offors on cash,  ��JML^^Ql4ji3.0��iQ,hastG n��Road-.and��Gr1qndvlow*fRoac|^  Good water supply, $4,500, Terms'or cash.  Lovoly 2 boclroom homo on Govt,'loaso lot closo lo  Gibsons. Ylow and elbso to good beach,'Woll worth  ^ho qsKlng price of $13,000.  Uangclalo: Several good sko loiTwIth vlow, All services. Prices,from. $3,500 and up, Let ���������us showynn  r���._r���,���Qrounj^|n���||1|g,-n|C0-.,ar0Qr���._,-.r^^-^,r  Glen Road In the Ylllago, 2 bedroom stilcco .houso  wllh boaullful view, Sloping lot, Mi basement lor stor-  "'" agor-FP $15,000, Good terms or Mi down,  Comotory Road; ZYi acres' with a View for $5,500,  Chaster Roach' Flat loi,all cioarocl; sultpblo for mo-  bile homo, Good holding.proporly, ,$3,700 only,  8,6 acros of good holding proporty for $12,000,  Ylow lot In Gibsons, All "Underground services, 50'x  ......... 150', Cloarod and ready, to build on, $4)400,  ���ee**synDfcw*mo,t30OT  Contact   Capt.   M,   Hi^gs  Box   374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfrv  15 FT. K & C boat, two 40 MP  - Evinrude motors. All extras.  For Sale Phone 885-2385.  209-38  BOATS & E  NGINES  14   FOOT   plywood, boat   with  35   HP   outboard.    Ace   design -'$400.   Phone   883-9933.  190-39  FOR  Sale���-17'  boat  and  trailer.  Phone 885-9958.      230-38  WATERFRONT  -PEiER HARBOUR  AM  SAKINAW LAKE  Two parcels on N.W. end of Sakinaw Lake. 12 acres; ���  $20,000 per parcel. Phone  112-254-1060.  Write: Advertiser, c/o Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  X  20 FOOT cruiser, 90 HP'Johnson.      First     $1800     jaRes.  Torms or smaller trade. See at  Tillicuni  Ray  Marina.   .22(i-tfnv  11)70 - 17 ft. K& C 120 IIP  OMC inboard, ..- outboard,  hardtop, camper back, trim-  tabs, O-B brackets, speedometer, lire ext., complete with  trailer, excellent. condition,  used one season, $3,750. Phone  883-2750. 235-38  CARS & TRUCKS  CAR top camper, can be used  on    truck.    Propane    stove,  lamp, sink. Sleeps 4. $550. 886-  7753. 437-38  FOR  SALE���1966   Ford   Gala-  xie 500,  fully  auto.,  4 door,  radio.   $1100.   Phone   885-2632.  241-38  HARBOUR and EGMONT  SAKINAW" LAKE  fmsdmam*  ^Nlc^lrtreGd-and'-W^^^  / WSTINGS~- WANTED   ���. ,���, ,__������    i  K, A,'Crosby 886-2098 -J.  E. White  886-2933  ,      J, Vlsaor. 885-2300 ,  iiwn ���nmwwM tiwwwiaww ���iiiw.y n imimmmmwmmmm. wmtmm t mmmmmmmmmmmmmm*  ���REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service Box 238, Gibsons  WILSON CREEK: Ideal one bed. retirement home  or just the place ro spend the summer. Extra large  lot with a garden of Eden tucked- away amongst the  trees in the back. FP only $18,000. Close to sandy  beach.  DAVIS BAY: Your choice of two lots, fully serviced,  terrific view, close to shopping ancl excellent beach.  Particulars upon  request.  HOPKINS LDG: Very, attractive two bed, home with  basement on lovely view lot. New shag carpet, eta-  All yours for only $20,000.  GIBSONS: Hillcrest, Brand new home on a choice view  park-like lot. Owner will finish >to purchaser's taste.  ���''ROBERTS''GREEKrLowerW  Cheryl Ann Park Dev. Buy now and save disappoint-      .....44, ��� ment......... .,.,.,...4,... .,,   ���GIBSONS: 3 BR home, large LR, wHh unique fireplace, DR and well designed kitchen, Handy to shopping, schools and theatre, Nearly 1/2 acre corner lot,  '''Hdm^'" a I sr* has"la To  suite. Stove, fridge, freezer ancl drapes aro to remain  with house, FP $38,000 with $15;000 clown.A lovely  home with revenue also,  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK RQ^D: Two ideal building  lots, close ��io good swimming beach, On paved road,  water connection/phone and hydro all available, Lots  have been'selectively cleared, FP $5,600 each,  ROBERTS CREEK; 2,60 acres of yory allTpcllvo, lovol  iSirBpyvelPF^ebd; Has 200 ft. frontage orvipaved road ���  , qnd depth of well over 500 ft, Hydro,, phono ancl com-,  munity wator aro all avalldble, Potential view property/ only a .short" distance from beach. Zoned reslden-' ������  tlal. FP $14,000, OFFERS.   GIBSONS RURAL; A4shont,cl|stanco.. from -Gibsons,- 2   IqyoI Jots, previously cloarod, now lightly overgrown.  Each lot Is 63x264 ft,-All lots on paved road; Those  -lotraro^^^  ,,, , Alsp...fe9d|o!nlng.cornorJot..aL!|53,5b0...FP,   , ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 6Q0,fL.of road frontage,  two and throo quarter acres of. lovol, treed land,.Very  sultablo for Subdivision or recreational homo. Closo lo  waterfront and golf course. Only $13,500, Offors and  ���    - 'terms, ...,,.  KEATS ISLAND: Lovol semi ^yIow lot. Access on main  ftpd. Community wator lo proporty, also hydro ancl  phono, Lot sl7,o 75x1 ��0. PP $2,500, An excollont lot   -������" ~ ; ot" a vary roasonciblo prlco,  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A largo.block of proporly, cqi>  trajly Ioc'qtcd,,, overlooking Gibsons, harbour,  l^oally  situated for apartment block or other commercial use, ^  .Accoso^from-two-tJiroois^Sowor-llno-now^lnstqllQd  This Is. qn excollont commercial proporty In a stral-  eglcallyldcyaloplng aroa, Full particulars on roquost,  1  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board'  LISTINGS WANTED  Vlnco Prewor, 886-9359.- Wally'Peterson/ 886-2877  Ron McSavanoy, 886-9656' /  , Box 238, Glbwnn, B|C.  Deluxe 4 BR home in a beautiful sevrting--*-has l^Tfrlake frontage,  5.3  acres,   road  access  from  Hwy.   101,  float,   hydro.   $60,000.  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL���PLUS A BOAT  Small brick and cement block home���needs some finishing inside,  but already has a beautiful  rock faced fireplace,  bathroom with  shower,  electricity and  water. Covered patio.   Includes   1 _'  fibre-^  glass Sangstercraft  boat with  40  hp Merc.  Good  value  here  at  $12,000.  Adjoining  lot available for  $6,500.  GARDEN  BAY  Attractive 3  BR home,  dble.  plumbing,  fireplace,  sundeck.  Very  large basement.   Beautifully  landscaped.   $35,000.  BROOKS COVE���HALFMOON BAY  One year old^ 3  BR winterized  Panabode home���full  bathroom,  sundeck. Stove,  frig, furniture, dishes, bedding, e,tc. all included.  Approx. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  GIBSONS  2.choice   commercial   lots���right   across   Hwy.,   101    from-'Twin  Creek Building Supplies. $10,000 each.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very largepark-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced-from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  im^n^mimm'  > ii  -n^  mmw&tmmiwm  t       .  ��fMW��W j|a%**aB*  ti  WATERFRONT LOTS   $16,500 90 ft.  250 ft. lease lot���$12,000 88 ft.  75 ft.  $18,500  $18,500  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT  400'   waterfront���attractively   landscaped,   has   60'x12'   deluxe  mobile home, unfinished  1,400 sq. ft. building, float and marine  ways. $45,000.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-furnished,   water   and   hydro.    119'   waterfront   and   float.  $19,000.  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.  9.86 ACRES  At Hotel Lake, near Irvine's Landing. $12,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT^      -  Over 7 acres, approx.  560' waterfront. A good portion" is level  and   would   be   on   excellent   location   for  a   mobile  home  park..  Paved   Maple  Road  runs through  property.   Full  price   $50,000  with $25,000 down.  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped  lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred   ft.  to  school,  stores and  marina.  Washer,  dryer,   range  and fridge included, in price df $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl   Cove���marina,   motel   or  subdivision   site   adjoining   ferr\  terminal.   Approx.   51   acres  with   approx.   850   ft.   waterfront.  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres, nicely treed  land with approx.  350' Choice Waterfront. Asking $40,000.00.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  7^yr. ������.��,-������;: - -. -,-GERRANS-BAY'v��� ���       ���      ���.y.-  1 50' choice waterfront on Francis Peninsula, over half acre, With  one   room   cabin,   Wator  access  only.   $13,000.  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On approx.  %  acre level  lot near Madeira  Park. Has electric  heating, flroplaco, storage ancl carport,. Full prlco $21,000.  ,^w^.>-���^,>^���u-^./^OBIIiE"HOME^SITES"'*w���'' ---*--"''������--'-���'"-���-���  Several lots available,  REVENUE PROPERTY��� IRVINE'S LANDING'"'"  ?. homes for $26 00Q with good terms, Laroo 'tot  with vlow of  i.oo s Bay, closo to marina and Gov't wliort.  earlTcove  A low lots still ovollnblo on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  "-"  '   " " ''"'" "   '��� ' " '  $4/000.   '"  " '    " '' "    '   '   "���'     "  MADEIRA PARK  Cholco7^ow,vlotfi on 72 lot subdivision, Prices from $5,000 to  ."|.y,UQ0, Some cleared ready for bulldlnrj.  ACREAGE WITH' WAJERFRONTr-$45/000  Appro*, 550 f t("��� waterfronVvirllh'- nearly 10 acres r>f, real 'nico land,  fruit troos, Gross and natural troos. Older houso���could bo mode  livable, Ancl could ppsslbly bo dlvldod Into'4 parcols.  APPROX.'l75~FT. WATERFRONT  Gordon Bay���oyer one aero, Deep  sheltered mooraao, Full price        ,       ���NEAR-MADiSrVPARK        -     ���  3 PR split loval on Hwy. 101���nearly   . acros, 150', waterfront.  Good family homo wllh pood pardoning aroa. Priced at ,.$32,000,  157 ACRES WITH TIMbftK  Pi'o3678' wllh a conaldorablo amount of morchantablo timber,  hos approx. 550 ft,o| waterfront on Mlxal Lako.' road & creek  ...throiiQh. property, and.an,. old Jiouso^whlch* could- be rebuilt.-Full-  Prlco $50,000 with 1^000 down.  V. ACRE^JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madolro Park���Gnntly sloplnp, nlcoly trood lot, $6,(300 cash,  777:77 ."'7:.      , PENDER "HARBOUR  ^���-ApprPX," 33 ncros on approx,  1,000 fi, waiarfronl���suliahla for  >-��~~,r,.":i  v.. poiislblo. Mobilo Homo ParkvTpaSiOOO, '   '"   '  gaISen-bay^estates-^  l,6| ?,9���npp'roh, 60' watorlront with  l>l' Irailer,  f 16,500  Many other vlow qnd wcjiorfront lots In thof ondor Harbour ma,  7 K! % H H 2-7 H y M ^'.7";p: WS**^;.' H 277 ^toL't ^^^  ^C:>.^^^,7  REALTY UP.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Ponclor Harbour B83-2233 sV ** ��  \    AUTOS & TRUCKS (Gout.)     BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY     LIVESTOCK (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  ..]9f��    PKUGEOT   .com:  .with  HT mot," radio, 2 -.now tiVes,.  .si:i  rack   and  chains:   Pit HHv'  ^ ^T-Jl-1. .146-33  j    1960 DODGE sedan, also' |!).m  GMC   truck. 885-2853,---  151-38  19 65    PONTIAC    Parisienne  convertible.   New   top,   good  running  order.   $900    Ph    885-  938'B._   .. 157-v18  1966 FARGO v2 ton with ov-  . erheads, low mileage, very  good cond. $975. Phone 8B3-  23)8.   ��� 164-39  1965 MORRIS .1100. N>w tire'.,  ���  battery, plugs etc. Very economical, $22b.  Phone !i80-7858.  �� 219-38.  1957 FORD 4 door 6 standard.  Good trans. $75. Phone 886-  7858. x ^  220-38  MOTORCYCLES  55cc SUZUKI,  good condition.  Must sell,  $100.  Phone  886-  2122. 243-38  'SMALL ��� business   for   sale   in  ���Set-belt area. Write Box  148,  c-o   The Times, 7Bs>:   310, ^e-  ehel.i '      , v -    -        \48-33  .GROCERV-" '���'������'���'���������  CONFECTIONERY  FOR SALE  Well    established    good    year  round  business. Waterfront  property  Contact Village Store,  Gibspns ��� 886-7460  8206-38  MARE, good riding and garnet v ELECTROLUX :���-  Sales;  Ser-  td uooil- home.  Phone        vice  and  Supplies. \New  rft-  ��� 244-33    preventative.   Phone' 836-2989.  horse,  886-2834.  PEtS  7  tOST"  FREE  -   2   female  grey  tabby  \kittens." Phone   886-7816.  329-38  LVa   YEAR old  German  Shepherd and 1 male pup free to  country home. Phone 886-7671.  217-38  WANTID TO BUY  USED   Avon   bottles,   c^ns   -  Coleman   Stove.   Phone   835-  9401 Evt's. r 2TW  .hJ.hR '-�����<>.���?<'}?����� iriac'A' jw't'al  i'ireplace. Swedish steei. (run  $63. Complete 13* ft. - 7 inch  metalbestos chimney, $94.  Hawes, Redrooffs .Road, Near  Welcome Beach Comrhunity  Hall; Halfmoon Bay,v B.C.  7 N    215-39  f.M> HP Gale outboard .._ $120 \  22'   Art-Craft,   Oldsmob'ila  '  powered   ..      $4700  \ ,      ' '   '  5  cu.  ft.  Refrigerator,  demon-   sffator,   lio. vol l  WEST   Sechelt   area   -   small  seal    point,    male    Siamese,  answers   to.   Charlie.   Reward.  Phone  885-9654.      ^        175-39  LIVESTOCK "  REG.     quarter    horse *" mare.  Well  trained.  Reg.  Yearling  filly,     halter,   broke.     Phone  FOR SALE  886-2088.  130-38  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES iTD.  E:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith; 2012  ROBERTS CREEK, PARK AVENUE No.  12-2643  Comfortable two bedroorrj cottage dn tretd^ one acre lot, only a  short'walk to popular safe beach. Hydro, phone and water services. Basic furnishings including electric range and fridge go  with tbe sale. Although the cottage requires some finishing it  is occupied the year round. Immediate possession. F.P. -$13,500  down payment $6,000j0,0 or reasonable offers. CALL: C. R.  GAfHERCOLE 886-701$.  SECHELT VILLAGE' No. 2604  Charming log home in excellent condition, with more recent  addition of frame kitchen and bedroom. On large level lot, walk  to shops and salt water. Owners leaving, will consider offers on  asking price of $16,500. To view CALL: PETER SMITH 885-9463  eves.  AIRPORT ROAD No. 162455  4 bedroom home .nestled .amongst .a background of trees and outdoor Bar-B-Q. Short distance to fine beach. Recent remodelling  of this full basement home. CALL: BOB 885-9461  eves or office  885-2235.  ���ACREAGE HOME .    No. 2556  Lovely old world garden around very nice 2 bedroom bungalow,  with total of nearly 6 acres which can be divided into two parcels.  Owner asks $33,000 with half cash/offers considered. Wonderful  opportunity for seclusion in a fast growing area, close to beach.  CALL:  PETER SMITH  885-9463  eves.  SELMA PARK LEASE PROPERTY     . No. 172642  Buy this four bedroom house on lease property situated within  the breakwater. Close to Legion premises on Highway 101. Ideal  for the boating family. Advantageous location for Gulf and Isldhd  view and a fireplace too���low price for year round or weekends.  Only $9,500 cash. CALL BOB KENT OR PETER SMITH 885-2235.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT No. 2623  Clean unspoiled beach property, protected bay, clartis, oysters, fishing, swimming from your own float. Facing "west to the sunet.  Has very good near new 2 bedroom home. A delight to show. Asking $26,750. Don't overlook bank' finance.   PETER SMITH 885-  9463 eves.  SECHELT SEMI WATERFRONT No. 192423  Executive type 3 bedroom full basement home located near wharf  and marina facilities. Luxuriously appointed throughout, features  warm penelling and wall to wall rugs except kitchen and bath.  Landscaped grounds only a stones throw from waterfront, Term*  available on full price of $38,0.00 or CALL BOB KENT TO VIEW  THIS FINE HOME 885-9461  or 885-2235.    .  GULF OF GEORGIA VIEW No. 2653  LOOK 2 bedroom post and beam, nearly new, many extras, elec.  heat, fireplace, carport, drapes, tools, etc., a gorgeous view, and  LOOK at tho value���$19,000 full price. CALL PETER SMITH,  '885-9463 eves.           SECHELT VIEW, LOT ,���..., s.���,, ,,,,. , , No, 202609  Fine potential for thlscldse-ro-the-sea village residential lot, Corner  lot facing on two paved roads, ust steps to wharf and boating, FP  $6,250. CALL BOB KENT 885-2235.  DAVIS BAY No. 2644  Finance your retirement with this duplex on excellent view lot just  a block from tho beach at Davis Bay, East suite has 2 bedrooms  and 910 square feet, Full prlco $38,000, For detail*'and appoint-  REPROOFFS WATERFRONT No. 2633  WanLqulot and seclusion���here It Is on a 100 foot frontage lot  on the walor, property woll treed, the cottage not visible from tho  road. Cottage completed oulsldo, unfinished Inside, Low Invest-  mont summor usa, or complete for permanency, Asking .all cash,  total prlco of $14,500, Como and seo, CALL.PETER SMITH OR  DON HADDEN 885-9504.  IF   IT'S    suits���it's   Morgans. '  8135-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  ALDERWOOD, cut to order.  ** Phone 885-2304 if no reply  phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn  APPLES,   grown   locally.   Ph.  885-2456. 200-39  USED Viscount wringer wash*  er.   Bost   Offer.   Phone   885-  2024. 205-338  ENTERPRISE    Propane    Gas*  stove, $125.  Propane clothes  drver, $10Q.  Both  A-l  condition.   Phone   112-596-0428.  207-38  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas^-Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  SHOCKING because its true  and happened in Vancouver  ���Simma Holt's, "The Devil's  Butler", a book which everyone should read, $6.95. Also  at News, Books & Stationery,  Sechelt books from the  Queen's Printer - B.C. Pilot  $5.00; People of.Light & Dark,  $2.50; Northern Cookbook - a  wonderful gilt for $6.00; Voyageurs of the Air, $10; Canadian Mother & Child, 75r;  Healthful. Eating, 50c; Rock  & Mineral Collecting in .Canada. Fine selection of children's books for gift giving and  classic paperbacks for youngsters, start them on the right  reading track. Phone 885-9654  We may just have the book  you  want. 208-38  RUBBER   stamps   of   all  descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  3 SPEED Raleigh - New Hudson  ladies   bike,   completely  equiped,  near   new.   Cost  $94,  sell'  for   $69.   Phone   885-9427.  213-40  -   . ���_.  . ��� ��� 7  ���  POWER winch, ideal for boat  ramp etc., manufactured in  Vancouver, ball bearings - all,  shafts, 3 speed trans., 250 foot  % cable, powered by 8 HP  heavy duty Briggs and Strat-  ton motor. Very good condition. Ph. 886-2581. 232-38  15' Chris Craft Cathedral  with 50 HP electric  outboard  $1395  MADEIRA MARINA  'Pender   Harbour  Phone 883-2266  'COWERS AREA" ' ' '���"---"���     ��� ^���-    No; 2622-  Qulol ocean sldo llvlnn on "no through road" 200' lot, no possibility of neighbors behind. 2 bedroom ranch houso, dining room,  flrcpfaco;~Qafqgorguost*house^  template rollromonl lo lho SuiismhV Coast ploaso' enqulro.' CALL  .......,, ���,,,.., ,,,.��� ...JACK,WARN 886-2681. ,.,.,..,,.,. ,. .��� ^  GIBSONS "'URAL No, 2655  4,9 'acros, road access, wator from well, 400' cabin,, woodsoy soil -  Inn, no electricity as yot. $10,500, CALL JACK WARN 886-2681.  "'GIBSONS       "' "���" ' " "* " "" .-��o. 2559  5Q'k265' property, two year homo closo to shopping centre and  schools. 1200' floor space, 3 bodrooms, A-O furnace. At today's  *coiit9^aJl)tiy~ah'$25i400-tormsrCALUJACK��WARN��886.268,l,.��  BUSINESS AND PROPERTY  No. 192650  Located on tho waiorfront as Sechelt's only, vlow restaurant  Wllh dining ancl wining facllltloi.,  lacing Wands.and Gulf of  Georgia, PLUS living quarters, lo bootl  ���M  Building has 2800 square loot, sltuatodon largo land area  with, plenty.of. room,(or_fuii4ro,oxpqQsjbp7Thlvbuslness has  virtually unlimited horizons for tho onorgotlc operator.  Nowly remodelled dining and work'area feature modern, up:to-  data furnishings ancl oqulpmont, laid omI lo handle tho toko-out  traclq as well,       ��� ,  This, Is a winner In this fltoqdlly  (Ij  area, Requires only $25,000,  pay for a  CALL BOB  growing business ancl resort  jaroly what you could expect  to pay for a homo) a'�� down payment, Balanco on easy terms.  L.l.  ������ KK|v|x OR PETER SMITI-), OFFICE, 805-2235   ',  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE,  ���  .  AGENCIES LTD.  Pox 155, Secholt , Phona.883-2235  Or Call Toll Free from tho Greater Vancouver Areq  ZEnith 2012  ,   , (E.8AE,)   ���   _ _ _,_  MAHOGANY   twin "beds   and  dresser.     Platform     rocker.  Overstuffed   chair.   Make   offers.   Phone 885-2664.      218-38  21   INCH  Consol  model  b&w  T.V. set, 4 yrs. picture tube,  1 yr.  old.  Phone  885-2351.  212-38  2 GOLF bags with 12 good  clubs. Gentleman's $25. Lady's  $15.   Phone   885-9066  daytime.  224-38  McCLARY Enterprise comb,  oil, electric range $125 or  best offer. Tape Recorder, 1971  Honda 70, best offer or trade  boat and motor. Phone 885-  9564, 240-38  OIL  Furnace  Airco,  for   sale,  also    Enterprise     oil     cook  stove/ Phone 886-7671.    216-38  FOR LETTERHEADS, envei-  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact, the Times office at Sechelt or phone 885-9654.  LEGAL NOTICES  Wednesday, August!6, 1972 The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Depending on driver...  Points on driving license  stay one to five years  ")W long do points stay on your driv-     equipment offences and t'  er's  license?  If  vou were to  commit     ation of antique, novel, o  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HYDRO AND  POWER  AUTHORITY  Invites Tenders for Supply  and erection of a Vehicle Storage  Building  at" Sechelt,  B.C.  Reference No. CQ 7142  Closing   Date:   September   5.,  1972.  Sealed tenders clearly marked  as above-referenced will be  received in Room 1056, B.C..  Hydro and Power Authority  Building, 970 Burrard Street,  Vancouver 1, B.C. until 11:00  A.M. -local time, September 5,  1972.  Details    may    be    obtained  from  the   Purchasing   Department,  10th  floor,  970  Burrard.  Street,    Vancouver    1,    B.C.,  telephone 683-8711, Locnl 2577.  Pub. August. 10, 1972.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  >      SEGHELT, B.C.  _���,ESTATES LTD.*-���       ���l.,,??,5"^?'il  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  CREEK FRONT ACRE ��� PLUS  Older 2 bedroom home, Auto heat and hot water, View of Gulf.  M'i.  basement- Handy  location  oh the highway,   Roberts  Crook  area,  Asking only  $14,90.0. Call  Jack or Stan  Anderson,  cloys   --. ������������ --SELMA" PARK- --<������'''������<,- ��� ���  Near now 2 borlroorn homo on treed leaso lot, Auto, heat and  hoi wator. Ideal rotlromont homo. FP $ 13,000.. Call Jack or Sinn  Andorson. Days 885-22(41,  Eves, 885-2053 or 885-2385.  *   ��� .-   DAVIS BAY VIEW  ...Unfinished homo on  largo  100x200 trood ylow property, Ideal  (or hartdyman, Floors, plbq, and heating not In, Insulated, drywcill  finished,  Flroplaco,  codar siding exterior,  DurolcJ  roof,  Approx  900 sq,. fl. $15,QQQ,FP.Xall;Jack,or.;Stan,Andcrson, days.805;  ��� ��� -    224V7l;W885-2053'or-885"2385.  ' SELMA PARK VIEW LOTS  Sorvlco,, Pavod street, Only K25Q. FP���Cqll Jack or Stan Anclor-  ,   son 885.2241  or ovos, 885-2053 or 885-2385.  HOW long do points stay on your driver's license? If you were to commit  an offence today, according to Powell  River RCMP, and got three points or  less; they would be deducted one year  from today.  If you were to commit an offence  today which carried six points, according  to a government pamphlet, the points  would remain on your record for three  years. Points for criminal code offences  and driving while under suspension remain on your driving" "record for five  years or* longer if a bad driving record  persists.  According to the pamphlet, a warning  letter is sent when the driver accumulates six oi* more points. The superintendent of motor vehicles says in this  letter that any further offences may  result in  a  license  suspension.  When a person accumulates nine or  more points, he is given the opportunity,  the pamphlet says, of showing just cause  why his license should not be suspended.  He may request a hearing which included  a review of his driving license. On the  basis of this hearing, the superintendent  of motor vehicles decides whether or not  to suspend the driver's license or place  him on probation. A suspension may be  from one month to three years depending  on the. mature of the offences cqmmit-  ledj.  A driver may have two points put on  his driver's license, the pamphlet states,  for the Motor Vehicle Act offence of  disobeying a peace officer, disobeying a  traffic control device, failing to stop at.  a traffic control light, driving over newly  painte'd markings or signs, changing lanes  illegally, passing on the right, disobeying  a traffic signal or sign, failing to signal  a turn, no proper signalling equipment,  failing to yield right of way, emerging  from an alley, without care, failing to  exercise ditty to a pedestrian, failing Jo  stop at a controlled railway crossing,  commercial vehicle failing to stop at a  railway crossing;; improperly parked've-;  hide, failing to exercise due caution in  backing up, improper seating on a motor  cycle, coasting vehicle, with gears "in neutral, failing to maintain a proper following distance behind firo engine, driving  over n fire hose, driving on sidewalk,  opening door when unsafe, illegally do-  -posi ting--articles���on-<highwayr��"numbei'"  plate  offences,   lamp    offences,  othqr  equipment offences and the illegal operation of antique, novel, or oversized vehicles, ^^/^-x  Three points go along with convictions for failing to obey driver's license  restrictions, speeding in . construction  zone, disobeying flagman, driving too  sl.owly, speeding, speeding in playground  or school zone, failing to stop on meeting or overtaking school bus, failing to  drive on tlie right (except passing), passing when meeting oncoming vehicle,  passing on double -solid line, failing --to-  drive safely when overtaking or being  overtaken, passing when unsafe, following too closely, driving against highway  division barrier, improper entry to controlled access highway, improper turn in  intersection, failing to stop when emergency vehicle approaches, failing to  yield right of way to pedestrian, failing  to stop properly at a stop sign, moving  a- vehicle on a highway when unsafe to  do so, misuse of high beams and loud  or unnecessary noise from a motor vehicle.  Driving without due care an attention  means six points go oh your driving  records.  Automatic suspensions and* ten points  go along with the motor vehicle act offences of driving without insurance and  driving while right to obtain a license  is  suspended.  Ten points and the resulting suspension go along with the criminal code offences of causing death by criminal negligence, causing injury by criminal negligence, criminal negligence, failing to remain at the scene oi' an accident, dan  gerous driving, driving while -impaired*  failing to provide a breath sample, driving with a blood alcohol reading in excess of 08 per cent and driving while  under  suspension.  THERE   are   some   now   Local    Artists'  Paintings   displayed *itl> Miss'"' Bee's,"  Wharf Road, Sechelt.  Spreading the Message  There must ��� be a message there  somewhere! But biggest concern of  Vic Franski's is that the election  campaign sign will be left in peace.  Vandals have, as usual, been active  already on a number of signs erected on behalf of Hon. Isabel Dawson.  Vic is assisted by Robert Johnson,  a young native Indian who has been  helping Mrs. Dawson during her tour  through the riding.  A Dependable  Vote Dawson  'She's Real People"  6 YEARS' EXPERIENCE  .   In YOUR Interests!  ���Mackenzie   Social   Credit  Association  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  Chiropractor ,  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  ,.1Q��a.m;,"svto-5;15*p,m?"-*  For Rafts,  Docks, Boathouses  Houseboats . . .  Styrofoam BB Brand  Buoyancy Billets  ��� Safe * Lightweight  1c Easy to Handle    v  ��� Durable  It  takes only   1   cubic  foot  of  Sty rof oam BB Brand plastic foam  to float 55 lbs.  Block 10"x20^x 108"  $27.00 at  MADEIRA  MARINA  AT PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 883-2266  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreqtlonal  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans,.Fast^appraisal seirYlcp.,  ACADIAN AAPRTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE ifo'VE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C  ."���'" ' PBw79$(JrM5o "     ,., ^ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY   GIBSONS FUN LAND  Pool, Gamos, coffea, Going concern, Icloal for soml-rollrod, Handy  ���wmionrcicKino^  Stan Anctarfion 885.2241 or ayea,, 885*2053 or 085-2385.  EXECUTIVE RETIREMENT    ,  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT  Tpworlng firs, Ultimata In privacy, Outstanding vlow, 1,600 r,c|  ft, plus cloned sgndecks, 2 Igo, bdrms, on main floor, 20  rm(, f'place,, nop. din, .rm., buffet kllchon, guest ��io1( on Iowor  lovol,   dlj|o,  carport, paved   prlyalo driveway,  This  properly  r-  ���"unlqiio ond'must l>o "seen, FP $47,500; terms, Call Jack oi" Sforr  Ant|or��on 885-2241 or ovos, 8B5-2053 or 885.2305,  Hv.  GOLF COURSE ROGATION.  10,59 acros on Sunshlno Coasl highway, directly across from 3P  green, Trncrl Bo,,ihorn slope. Walor ayoll,. from yoar round Mr.1"11*  FP $29,500. Call Jack or Slan Andorwn 805.224) a} even WIS-.  ,      , 2053 or 885-2305,  10 Lovol Acros Plus���42x72 comonl block li'arh, Aluminum hop  roof. Storage lor 100 ton. Gibsons orca, on paved rood and com���  munlty water, FP $25,000, Call Jack or Stan Andernon 885*2241  or ovos, 885-2053 or ,885-2305,  JOHN BREEN LTD.    ���   Real Estate���&,.Insurance     Ponder Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  f135**Of^W^Tr!RFRONT-   YACHTSMEN  ^Charming -2 bdrm 4'A'*FTam��ninrtta1'ln^  Ireoi, Sunny and bright, Looking out onto Merry Island and Welcome Pass. Protected moorage, Handy kitchen with built-in Movo.  Fireplace, WAV.carpet, large bathroom, don or office, Sundeck,  on two sides to cotcn tho morning sunrlw ana evening sunsol, i1'*  basnmont, Must bo scon Inside to bo appreciated, Coll Un or  'Su��anne Van Egmond 005-2241, homo 005.9oB3 nr direct In'in  Vancouver MU9��5544,  ANNOUNCEMENT  John Breen Is 'pleased to 'announce that he������ has  added Insurance to his portfolio to sorYolhorosI"  events of the Ponder?Harbour,*Egmont5and Earl's  Cove areas, For froo quotes on Firo, Auto, Pleasure  Boats or Life, please phono.  oslVloh"wlthw^J'ritop;r'lncom'orOwno'rrrQ'qqires"chango.  �� Just $60,000 FP, ,vm,M20,0P0 down.  SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT���Nlwiy,frood, good, location, wator and power available, Only 100 paces from  beach,_ FP; $7,000 with\V% down.  OCEANFRONT���Approx, /|0*67wl7h older house, Good  ^locatlon^mognlflcenr'y|ewrE^CQllQnrvaluoar-!li34;000"  . HIDEAWAY���40 acres of natural bushland���Equal  ��� dlstancb between 3 lakos, Secluded and private, Just  -1125,000 FP,  PENDER HARBOUR  LOVELY SETTING; A park-like lot on Oyster Lagoon, It's hydro  ond water .serviced ancl only $1,000 cash required to asking prlco  of $6,000, Try your offer.  WATERFRONT;  100' fronrlogo on Barbaih Harbour wltli" sunny,  soulhorn'oxposuro and beautiful vlow; Build amongst tall ovorr ���  greens on this lovol lot'���It's |ust a ho'noy at $13,000,  WATERFRONT: 180' of protected de,op moorage with nice boach  and old,' rambling H^MtQacl.r.l'.'S'ScfoKlrTclwdos, vjow lot across  road, Soulhom oxposuro and serviced,, A real buy at $25,000���  some "terrns,  WATERFRONTi Approximately 275' of deep protected wator with  nice sandy boach on oyer 4 acres in Madeira Park, Has been soli ;.  octIvcly cleared for camp sights and motel, Perfect spot for olthbr"  that purpose or?? Well worth asking price of $50;QQQ ancl should   ,..,.,.���, ., ..���������., ., bo ..soon.,,...,.,..,,, ,������:.���,,..(, ..���������,,..���.,,. ,���.,���., .���.,.���,,  WATERFRONTi Tho two most beautiful waterfront lots In Gar-  don Day Estates, each havo a boach. Oho Is not for sale, but tho  ������othor/^loMOptlBlKOur^signKlfr^nrnRhonovfor^oppolntmonUorwIuBtaM  drivo In, havo a look and_ call mo for particulars,   '    .   ���" Call Jock Hermon at Pender Harbour   ���  (883-2745) 24 hours  ������ CHARLES ENGLISH' LTD,  beach;750' on highway, Ideal for'Marlna, Hatel*/Vu>  tel or what have you,, Or, Ideal for condominium for  ;���'���������.   4 or 5-families, FP $49,900.  , I NEED LISTINGS   '  Call John Breon at 883-2794 (24 hours)  I  PENDER HARBOUR  View Lots, ��� Easy Torms  Mobilo Homos Permitted   '  Ytfiir choice while Ihoy lost I Fully serviced, view lots arifyWloIra  Park, close lo boach, and. safe.moorage. Outstanding values, In  this fabulous  fishing and  boating  area,   Priced  from   $4,950,  with very easy terms, Cqll now and take your pick,  ' ''"'"soM&Wht ���     .  '  ���.Fully.:sQrvlcort��vlowjQts,clQSQ,jQ���&afa^^^  moorage, Ideal lor year-round or,recreational living, Realistically '  priced at $3,750, each,  robf^tTcreek area  Call ui far your PCfeciao requirements In thin nrca-^wo have  �����tevif rfl'MpBfC* -It^oM^sb t ^nlf M roW*-~Mew -, proper t ,��*~w�� 11 wwa t or �����  ^J^���,^...^^������-���^������^���,���. avallnb|o.  X  , I'., , ���   ,'  "*IWWnynBBI^WaiaW����|  Frank Lewis - 886'9900 (pbsons)  .   FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons     ��� ��� ��� '    Coquitlam   ���  ��� In w  p.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL ^LACE  DON'T MESS IT UP!  "BIKES HAZARD TO-BLIND  The bicycle is'a hazard to blind people if left lying on the sidewalk.^'Unsuspecting blind persons can trip" and  fall otfer it, resulting" in( unnecessary injury,. Lean your bike upri-ght again.st a  7 wall or tree' when not' in usu ' advises\  Tne Canadian National Institute* for-the  Blind.   Practice   bicycle   safety   on   side-  Page A-6  ^wfmrsmmm  Sf"  I  I  i  i  1  I  SPECIAL NO?!  TO ALL RATEPAYERS  at  SANDY HOOK - TUWANE  TILLICUM BAY  GET OUT  AND VOTE  I  I  i  !  I  1  I  1  I  |! For Garbage Pickup in the above Areas ||  *: _   W|LL  BE  AT 5^  i  I  i:  mmmmmm    i iiijiim ������ i vwFm^mmm  icum  Bay Marine  Resort  AY AUGUST 26  8  SI  i  I  I  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  -LTD.  Phone Peninsula Times direct, for free  listings,  specifying  "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  llfflMilUMllMnflMUIl^^  iiBain��riMMHmilM*  Aug.   16���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Aug.   16���8   p.m.   Gibsons.   Parents  without   Partners   meeting.   Phone  886-2675.  Aug.   17���8 .p.m.   Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Bingo.  Aug.   18���8  p.m.  Sechelt  Indian   Hall.  Bingo.  Aug.   19���8  p.m.   Wilson  Creek Community .Hall.   Elves Club.   Annual  General   Meeting.   ���  Aug. 19���7:30 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Public Meeting. Speakers Hon.  Isabel   Dawson  and   Hon.   Dan   Campbell.  Aug.   21���7:30   p.m.   Elphinstone   Secondary   School,   Gibsons.   Public  meeting. Speakers Hon. Isabel Dawson and Hon. Les Peterson.  Aug. 23���8 a.m. !j>MT Depot, senior citizens charter bus leaves for PNE.  Aug. 26���8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tillicum Bay Resort Polls open for garbage  collection plebiscite, Sandy Hook - Tuwanek area.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  | Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  from   the   Greater  Vancouver   Area  ZEnith.,2021  Phone 885-2235  Or  call   Toll   Free  ma  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, August-16, 197^  Siinshine Coast local..*  ^MEMBERSHIP -in     the   Sunshine   Coast -  local of the British Columbia Association of Non-Status Indians doubled at\a  meeting in the Sechelt Indian band offices  August '10,   1972.  The meeting was called, exactly one  month after the Sunshine Coast local was  founded to discuss what objectives should  be stressed at a Provincial Council of  Presidents in Vancouver August 19, 20  and 21. And to give the new members  an opportunity to take part in the operation of the local, and to decide dn the  future plans of the club. \  President Ben Prest was instructed to  find out. at the. President's Council, if it  would be possible for field workers to  live in the area of their operations, and  to ask that field workers be -selected from  the area they are to represent. It was felt  that if this were done the full time staff  members of the BCANSI would be more  aware of the problems that exist within  their  areas.  At present a great majority of the  BGANSI staff officers come from- one or  two locals. No doubt this is because the  Association's founding members all resided in Vancouver but it is hoped that  in future, as. the organization continues to  expand, there will be a wider'provincial  representation.  One of the problems that the Sunshine Coast local has been trying to deal  with during the past month, is the eviction from his rented hpuse ��� of Andy  Prest. He has five children and it is difficult to find suitable housing for a large  family on the Sechelt Peninsula. Prest is  steadily employed and has been living  in his present home for the past two  years.  A little over a month ago the house  was sold and Prest was asked to vacate  the premises by the middle of August,  because the purchaser's son was to occupy the house. Although Sunshine Coast  local members have been trying to find  a place to live for Andy and his family,  at the time of the meeting nothing suitable had been found. The local now intends to find out if advantage ��an be  taken of the much publicized Provincial  Home Owner's Assistance Act, and if so,  whether Andy can get a 2nd mortgage  loan so that he may buy a house.  Unfortunately, although the Provincial  Headquarters of the BCANSI was contacted several times about .this matter,  they have not been able to advise Andy  Prest as their housing officers have been  busy elsewhere.  Eleven   members  at   the  meeting  expressed interest in taking a public speaking  course  this  fall.  This  resulted  from  a   suggestion   that   while   Indians   often  have very good ideas, they are reluctant  to   voice   the   ideas.   A   public   speaking  course  might  help  to  instill  confidence,  and   enable   the   Sunshine   Coast     local  members to better articulate their views^  Ben Prest was lo contact Mr. Han naif5  of the School Board lo see whether such  a course could  be  included in the adult  education  program  this fall.  The Sunshine Coast local has received  literature and application forms about  the First Citizens' Fund. Exerpts were  read at the meeting, and the membership advised that if they had worthwhile  projects in mind there might be funding  available from Victoria to finance them.  This Fund was specifically set up by the  provincial government lo help the Incliun  people. It should be used for worthwhile  cultural, educational, and economic projects,  .   Wayne, Clark... was,,, instructed, _, by the  mem'borhip   to write to attorney general  Les Peterson in Victoria and advise hi in   not, to. give u charter tp  the  Klu  Klujc  Klun. The Klan has recently applied I'm'  charier   under   the Societies   Act,  While   tho   Sunshine   Const   Local   nf  \  the BCANSI is all in favW of ethnic or  racial organizations, it -is against all  racist or discriminatory olubs. It is on  this basis that Mr. Peterson will be asked to deny charter to the Klan.  In one month membership in the Sun-y  shine Coast Ioeafhas doubled. One member is on the Credit Committee of the  Coyote Credit Union, another on its  Board of Directors. Next week Ben Prest  will be attending the President's Council. The club is doing everything it can  to assist its members wherever possible.  Prest now has three letters from different  firms in the forest industry, stating that  they would ,be happy to work with the  BCANSI in giving employment to members, wherever and whenever possible.  The club may still be small, but it is  active in- its objective to create^ more  and better opportunities for non-status  Indians, and to make positive contributions to the community. Anyone desiring  further information please contact Ben  Prest at 886-93297  Sewage or Waste Wafer  -roplems Curtailing Your ���  * LAND USE!  * DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM!  * EXPANSION PLANS!  coul  can to US  prove beneficial  irsof Sechelt Ltd.  Sechelt  885-9464  He Lev  Your Social Credit Candidate  ��> i.  V. , , 7<uh,'.  'H,1  j��. k. Iii. i, >../.,  . . ,7  l|)i/*'wT'  "She'  peof  I'd like a date with Y00  SATURDAY, Aug, 19 - 7:30 p.m.  SECHELT LEGION HALL  .Hon... Isabel Dawson  '��$*��#*��tw��*i<!��r^  Hon.  Pan Campbell, Minister of Municipal Affairs  Come and Bring Your Questions  j.., >���~��^�����������i ii 11,, .I i ������^  MONDAY^ Aug- 2} �� 8 p.m.  ELPHIWSTOME  SCHOOL  Hph. 'Isabel PpV9.$on  Hon.  Loslio Potor son, Attorney  General  Hon.  Cyril Shelford, Minister of Agriculture  Isabel  ""���^      im      p""  For All Your General  Home Repair  from  Cellar to Roof  call  COR ZUIDEMA  885-2135  PAINT   SALE  I sf line Shake & Siding Velva Guard, 16 colors, gal. 6.95  Interior and Exterior Latex, gal. 6.50  Interior Semi-gloss, gal. _ .-'--. - -' 7.95  FULL  LINE  OF  ACCESSORIES  FOR THE  PAINTER  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHEJ-T  Now Accepting  Reservations  SECLUDED LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  next to school  885-2375  * We have a lull line of NEW and USED FURNITURE in  stock - for example - Wagon Wheel Bunk Beds with  mattresses ________ - 179.95  * Full line ot LADIES' HANDBAGS from Mexico, reg. 6.95  SALE___ _._ 2.50  * LADIES' PANTY HOSE. reg. 99c SALE _ _  _ _ 59c  TRUCK  LOADS  OF   FREEZERS  ALL  BELOW COST!  &ati_m  Ltd.  BENNER FURNITURE Co.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Sechelt Phone 885-2058  "T  *rt*rt9f**\  ������>  '���I  n*.  ..*>���������  **__   i^*.'  '**��� ?\a**f  ��� \     ,���> i   ,,.���,��'   i    ,,, i    ;,' JBL'<  towards making the best  i��,V*|!lVs^j,-l��sl)ii**,��*!��IW*S^!j">  jam in the county.  t's so easy with, Certo" the natural fruit  pectin,and'B.C'. Fruit. "     ,  �� ���Certp makes your. jams,, jelliesand   reserves taste so muqh better, because you  oihferQnly^QneiTiinuterlfegooGl-to^novv---  ��� l*MM!��H��tW#^MS*iW%m(itW*Wm  the-fruit's fresh Jlavour^oesp't.gel boiled  away. You can alsowget a bigger y,ie|d.and    ",  a perfect set. :..,,.  Get a good start op the season, Clip the  coupon and buy your Ceilo. now.  w^^��*����t<rt<f^ws��i*Wl:W^,  *��sl��>W*ji��*t��((��, 1��1w��rMW�� '^M<i^n��<*t^*fW^^  Save iVonlhc purchase of  one package on bottle of,  (jcrlo pectin when .you give th  coupon to>our dealer.  /"KM*  ,.  Mil  fVfAl l.r*, fl��iriM,.|,l rr,f,(|i, | urillfVl  imlni'iii I'1' i 'ih|l'i' I ii Hu liv *   iil.iM |il i  ��� ',]*> Irn inmHinfi rm hIi'M vpu in'nmh n  \iti^\\f'w i iiMnrpfir rtr.r wii'tiri in i'ii iwirn'  |i| ||i/| ,iiu|if,M lillni  An, pllirl .i|i|il|i ,i|mi|  ���'f.nnHiiitlnMimifl ti\m<nirt.tmi<\,nt\i.<\im[  oviftn'n n Ml'ri*4clrtrt in (iMififli I nnfh limilnrtlhm  Viiiilm\tiiriiii|iliArhsiihiniiiirii)iD vmIIwriirl ,  ...irwiiunM.Ail.ui'aiiMiimaiiliiii.iiiiii Im irrlniliinlrio''���-,.  llpi'Mmn ihni>.iij.i nynl (I'l^iiil I fMli liiimWl ! nr  iriicMHiiiifiiiiiiiiiliii limnhiiim^, Imiiinil, P.O.  Urn 4WU1. Ui*4|i| iu����_ ti U, ,  nil  \ ���-Maekcn*lo Social Crctllt Association  mmftMMi^__m_____m mimummfmmimmm .1-^,1^  % pm*^ (WW |m| ,������*> P**^ fwwn F*l f**) C1** fm^ '���"���'t '"'"I (*"* "*" p"'i*'  'I-11 ,'i  ,1    ' tiidauniflih^u.clrDiiiTwiuumiiBU,  ��i>liBMWWiiWWWffw  t  >m*m4wm<itymmm  (" V  A  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  AT A coffee party at the Welcome ReaoM  flail pn August '?, the llonouraht'ef  Isabel P. Dawson, Minister without Portfolio, announced that she was expecting  confirmation in the next few days that  the B.C. Government had made arrangements to acquire the part of Mr. Jim  Cooper's property known- as Cooper's  Green.  .There was an unexpected development at the meeting when three residents  of Gibsons brought up t-he matter of the  re-routing of the highway at Gibsons.  Vhey had heard, they" said, that a final  decision had now been made to follow  the lower route as originally designed  by tlie "bept. of Highways anil they  claimed that this was strictly against the  wishes of the people as indicated by a  recent petition. Mrs. Dawson replied that  she was not an engineer, so she had  accepted the recommendation of those  qualified to judge what would ,vbe the  best route, taking everything into consideration. She agreed that she had approved the lower route. She reminded  the  Gibsons  residents  that   the  meeting  7      ���by Mary Tinkley  A  had been called specifically  for the p$o- ���  pie of Halfmoon Bay ar\c7Redrooffs and  asked them to bring any further discussion regarding the highway to the meeting which was scheduled for Gibsons on  August 21st.  Mrs. Dawson was accompanied by an  Indian boy*, Robert Johnson from Bam-  field on the west coast of Vancouver Island, who was working with the Parks  Branch but was spending his vacation  acting as chauffeur and projectionist to-  Mrs. Dawson. He showed a film on  British Columbia's development under  Social  Credit   Government.  IN BRIEF  Mr. and Mrs. Blackie Petit, who are  both members of big families, recently  enjoyed an 11-day trip made up entirely  of family visits. They first visited their  daughter. Heather Blincston at Squamish;  then on to New Westminster for a visit  With Mrs. Petit's sister, Lil -Thomson; to  Chilliwack for a visit with Blackie's  sister, Mrs. Dale Kindred and to Merrit  for a visit with her brother, Marcel Petit.  \  a They spent three days at Quesnel where  Blnckie ha? another,brother and another  sifter, then returned to 'New Westminster  in tim'e for lister I,il Thomson's birth-  rlay party; ThV weather wan grand^-and  quite  hot  throaghuut   U\etr.j..  Gvandomther-of the weel7i�� Mrs. Jim  Cooper   whose   guests   are     her   grandchildren, Jaime Hilton from Victoria and  Dyan   Montgomery,   and   Jaime's   friehd,\  Pa'm Stringer.  Another lucky ��� grandmother is Mrs.  Virg Garnet whose... guest is her 6-year  old grand-daughter, Jill Botting of Seat-  7 tie. Jill's grandmother drove her up from  Seattle but she will be flying home alone  this  week.  Guests of Mrs. Eva Lyons last week  were her two. nieces, Airs. Bruce Crutch-  field of Quebec with daughter' Jane, and  Mrs. Crutchlieltl's sister, Mrs. Kay Coleridge of Vancouver.  Visiting her father, Ed. Edmunds last,  weekend was Marion Foley of Squamish  with husband Doug and daughter Kathy.  ���' \  A  V/efoesday, August 16, 1972      The Peninsyifq \iines Page A-7  -'...UH  U .IJJ i i.    l.'jV'aU-���-���J.JEU-'U  "..J    'IM ,"jH,..MIJi  -Ste-P  PILL FOR PIGEONS  Victoria will soon begin experimental  use of a chemically treated corn which,  when eaten, will temporarily sterilize pigeons a.nd so cut down the reproduction  rate.  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon     ,  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons!-, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY $1 1.25 gal.  Cowrie Street - Sechelt - 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deafer for Duncan's Ceramic producta  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERYICE  i      Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  BUILPING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Storo  Fpr All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic qnd textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166. Port Mellon. B.C.  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslempnt Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET  MAKERS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS'  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  .KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All  Prefinished  Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS   (Cont.)  P.V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375  Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and  Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks -  Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PAUL'S MASONRY  "STONE  IS THE GAME  PAUL IS THE NAME"  Also fireplaces,  slate patios and  barbecues  Phone 886-7220 eves. 6-9 p.m.  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS   ^  ESSO OIL. FURNACES.  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to pay  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  ROOFING AND FLOORING  OPTOMETRIST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Dispjosal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  RADIATOR SHOP  Tqke  the   HEAT  QFF   Your   Engine  Cooling  S.ystenit Repairs, .Autos -Trucks .- Tractors -  Oil  Coolers  -   Heat   Exchangers  -   Repair   -  ' Cleaning - Recoring  DAILY AFTER 6*PiM.'���ALL DAY WEEKENDS  4/10 MILE WEST or FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Expprionco mqkcs the difference.  CHARTER  BOATS  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH-rPhono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS-.  Sechelt; TMoa.-Thwrs, 10 Q.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. lOq.nvG p.m.; Sat. JO q.m.-3 p.m,  ,., Gibsons;,iWon.-Thurs, 1Q a,m.-3 p.m,  Fri, IQ 9,m.-6, p.m.,  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  a^REE ESTIMATE  ,f  FRED DONLEY  Pcndor Harbour - 883-2403  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  GUIDESERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee'Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY CLEANING  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoyes and Chjmjieys  Calf 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  ELECTRICIANS  CONTRACTORS  TED'S BLASTING  uthmt^vit  ALLWORK FULLY JNSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Ted Donley 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting'  Phono 8851-2304 L..C. Emcrion  If Nq Answor Leave Message, at  005-9326  ..',   R.R. 1, SeoKelt, B.C.;  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  .'.',..;'".   ..,:J.'..>TDr...il.;,,.';;;.;'..;.,....'.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, .Drain Rock, etc,  , Box 89, Madeira Park   Phone 883-2274  c a1"        "���.   .. .  i  COAST DRYWALL  'Drywall and Textured ceilings i,^  *�� '        Free Estimate  ........  Phono 886-7643  ��DOUBLE-R-TRUCKI^G  Sand ��� Gravol qnd, F  BUILDERS  rC0N(2R.ETE"F0RM"*RENTALS^  '    FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  ' BASY.ERECTION AND STRIPPING  CpmpW, In^rMcjIoni Provide*  ���FISHER*FORM-RENTALS���  TRICQN DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  CttfSTPM HOJtytS,; PRR.pABHO.NiM     ,  <   Hlqh Quality ,. v Reasonable Price*   .  Buy; q Packaa,* qnd! .erect It ypwrwlf, w a��t  . ,'  .,, .,. ... .our1 proffliilonal help.,.,......v,��� .\,,,,  GARPIN lAYi B.<fi - !*�������<��� .m* IM^IW  Light Clearing and..Excavating  Phone 886-7109 after 5 p.m.  T^T mTsWAN?QN LTD.  READ,Y-MIX ep|**WG  ��� Sand and Gravol t- Backhoes .���������..������,,������,.  ...     ~���     pi^i^ m r^pqVqtlons,  OFFICE, IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Cox 172, Sechelt, B.C.  - |    ,.   ii   7        i' ��� '��� -   ���   ������ ���'        '-���     ;     i ��� ������   PHpNE 885-9550  RON'S CQHTRAgtlNQ  1    Clparlno-^caYatlonii�� Road BMlldlnji  Grading - Fill - Rood Gravol - Crushed Rack  ThomiT"S^oh~oir8B5"?55b"  R 8.S BACKHOE  RR No, '1, Madeira' Park, B..CJ,  Wr-Rout����ou���Phono��883-2302  W<*"<"lm "lo^please^  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work      Phone 886-7244  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Eleotriciqns  Phone Dpy of Eve. 885-2062  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential and Commercial. Maintenance and  Design, 24 Hour Answering Service.   ; ,.,.,, ..FREE,,ESTIMATES, _:,,,������,   Bob Lambert       886-7605 Ed Dolinsky  Wyngaert Road-Sunshino Coast Highway  Box 860 -Gibsons  Ponder Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  JooMcCann, Boh 157, Madeira Pqrk  Phone 883-9913  1 ��� . ���"."  %  JIM McKENZIE  ���ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repqjrs  7 PHONE 885^978  Box 387, Shelly B.C.  ���**���"��� |1    )         |    INI      I    I   I . . ... | I'    ���   -"t  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  �������^.���,���Contractin9,*and���,Enginooring��~��~.  Residential - Commercial Wiring  Phono 886-7016  FMEIL ' '  , % ,���  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. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET  METAL  8c  HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORK  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE, ESTIMATES,,, *, ,    ,.  JANITOR SERVICE  p.  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  , ,,, RUG,SHAMPOOING,,   .'.'Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'^  0UILDINQ MAINTENANCE  ;     ��� l Specialising, In;  Paper Hanalrtfy (nferlqr fia Extorlor docoratlnfl,  Ruq Qleq^nfl^AII types of Building  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning   PHONE 085-��71*^ AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 '.<-, Sacfailt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP        r     ""  At th�� Sign ��f tht ChflYiwi  ,      HILL'S MACHINE SHPP  8, MARINR SERYICE LTD,  Machine Shop ^ Arc qnd Aery Welding  "w^^SteolTabrkdtlnfl*c^MarlnrWays*^^  Automotive and Marine Repair*  Standard Marino Station  Phon. 886*7721  ,!��������. 886.11^56, 886,9326  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  PLUMBING AMD 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 - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - 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-^.SECHpLiT, B.C.'  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service���' 886-9533  Everything for the Po-.lt*Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES, ,,  ���    ^., ... lcn,Co^o��.'886-7i>85.���.,,..-...wWwi-TO  Ray Coolcs 886-9533 - 886-7872  PENDER HARBOUR  PMJMBINQ & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYPRQNIC HEAT1NQ  NEW WORK qnd SERVICE;, WQRK  Goy't. CertlflecJ PlMmber,  Phono 883-2720  Bqx 43 7        Mq^jelrq Pqrk; B.C.  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 Make*  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new ond  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 SecheH  SURVEYORS "  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt> B>C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highway  B��x 13; Glbsont, B.C. - Phon�� 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  .   ,     (J All Brands Available   . v  Monday to Saturday 8:30 p.m. to 5:3fO p,m,  Friday evening by appointment only.  TQWING  RENTALS  MARINE SERVICES  ANADIAN     r ROPANB  GAS &, OIL LTD  Serylnfl tb�� Sunshlnq Coq��t with rollabilo and  economical Cpoklna, Hoqtlnq and Hot WatoK  FREE ESTIMATES   Phone 685-2360  Wharf qnd Dolphin - Secholt, B.C.  *r*'  ".qnd Clearing - Road,. Bulling ,  Tree Topping 7"SelQgtlve Logging  7      pETE DUBOIS  Tolophonp 883:2417  R.R. 1, Madeira P��|fk, B.^  RNIE^WIDMAN-  for" all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO PEAUR  :Ph��nrW^6#3*  ��Mqd��lwi4ParkrB,Cr  Your Chrysler Doalor for Salos and "jorvlco,  . Parking and Moqraao AY9llalj,��  TII^UGUM BAY MARINA  ..Colin and Eyolyn McKlnnon  Jim and Iris* MHIor  CAST P0RP0ISR RAY ROAD, SRCHELI  885-2100  A, C. Rontqls  '������v. fools and Equipment    '   '  Garden Bay, C.C. Phono 803-2585  "~~ "RENT IT AT''  -----^TH^R^HTA^SHOI1--*----'  .    ��� at Payl�� Bay  "Wi Ront oF Soli Almost EYorythino''  Typawrltoro - Lighting Plants ��Tolovlslons  Roto Tlllora - Co'mont Mlxora - Lo,wn Rakoa  . H     ' Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 888-28^8 ^ 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS {",85.2151  Scowl ~-r Logt  SECHELT TOWING 8. SAL^AO*  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log towing  L. HIGGS  Phqne7885-<9425    .  TRANSFER  RETAIL STORES  For. Ypur Fmo| Suppllt�����,1,  '7 ,,DANNV WHEEUR , ,  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  986-9663 - HopMn* Unding  CLAYTON WELDING 8. MARINE  -Marino-Ways- to~42'-  -Bottom Ropolrs  883-2535  Boh 7 * Gar^oi^ Bay, B.C.  MOVING-and-STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  7   Housohold Moving, Ppcklng, Sjoraga  ,    Packlna Malcrlalu for Sola  Membor of Allied Van Llnf��,  Canada'* No.  I  Movers  Ph*HV* 88^2664/RR 1, GIMant/B.C.  C 8, S HARDWARE  SECHELT, ��,C.  APPLIANCES "HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 8859713  ^"^^fHrf6��GeRY  Ladles' ana* Children's Wear  Opon six days a week  Phone 885-2063  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES      '  Gibson* 886-2172 t  '.   DAILY SERViCE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT TENINSULA  " Furnlturo toianywhorei In Canada.     '  General Freight, Low-be4 nnd heavy hauling  ���JSfW"  T.V. nnd RADIO  WPH��i*#  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALE*  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���   EUECTRQH0M6  qnd   XEMITH    REALERS  Gorcjpn Oliver**"    Ed Nicholson  In The Heart*-Of*Downto\yn"Soc^elt'  BpK 799, Sechalf ,    885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS    .....,,..���,  UPHOLSTERY  ���Kr  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ANP DRAPERIES  ^RfMpho|��torlng��--RMtYllrig^^O>mplet��*Prnr^  ���   Sorvlcn��Sample ��thoYirn lp, \b* homo >  PKpno 886-2Q5Q  *_^wm<tum-*->^9vm4^^9itit^in9^f^iwmi9tit'jmlyitn44< 'ww^wa  Cowrlo Strpct. Sochelt  Pcndor Harbour - 883^2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical.-   Plumbing - Appllqncea  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  Ko, Bo* 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at"Francis Ponlhwla'  TJSiTTRIS  *4��  i   ' t I  mlMmtmmiimim^mtmMtmmwm  T  I  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  ,    10,0001 PWUfe"  .mmtammtom*m*^mm49m**r>*tm&  ._._... i 7.  V  v  Pagg A-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 16, 1972  ���V -v \  Jl  News Notis  X  ���by Peggy Connor  SECHELT was saddened to hear of the     and   Mrs.   Peter   Reinkordt   of   Lincoln  "death of young Bichard  Louie Johivy Nebraska. Mrs. Luxton is a Vancouverite  - -    ���       ���  Edna Johnson. He '        ""        '"'"'"  son, son of Paul and  was killed1 last week when the truck, in  which he was a passenger, left the highway. Richard was upgrading his education, completing a course irj electronic's  in Vancouver and doing very well in it.  Mrs. Elnora Bunyan's mother* Mrs.  Jane Ward, came up from Coquitlam for  the new venture of Mr. John Bunyan  and daughter Susan; taking over Gil-  more's Variety Store. Mrs. Ward stayed  on for  a visit.  I^ere from Aschaffburg, Germany is  Charlie Humm's sister and her, husband  Mr. and Mrs. Anton'and Kadi Rady. Last  week they were trying their luck^ fishing  and this week the Humm's will take  them on tour of Vancouver Island. With  Charlie and Margaret for guides they  will enoy themselves very much on their  four weeks here.  They found Air Canada the friendliest .  Airlines  they   had  travelled   on.    v  Mrs. Clampitt, who has moved into  the new Senior Citizen's Housing addition had her first guest in her new home;  her sister Mrs. ����W. M. Patterson from  Vancouver.  The Dave Hay ward's of West Sechelt  have had their nephew David Hayward  and his wife Betty visiting, from England. As this was their first to Canada  Dave and Eva wanted to show them as  much fo B.C. as three week's charter  would allow.  They went from Victoria up to Parks-  ville after a week in Sechelt. The Hay-  wards drove them up to. Smithers via  the Fraser Canyon highway to meet a  -cousin- they had never seen, Len Hayward. Returned through Prince George  and Yellowhead then on to Kamloops to __  meet another cousin. They arrived home  at Sechelt for a few days more after  travelling approximately 2,100 miles. The  weather co-operated beautifully and they  were thrilled with the beauty and vast-  ncss of the province, but decided the  place to be best  was Sechelt.  Newcomers to Davis Bay are Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Hemstalk, from Duncan, with  their three children Rocky 14, Vicky 12,  and Danny 5. Tom's, sister Jean lives at  Halfmoon   Bay,  Mrs.   Bob  Trousdell.  Mrs. Reuben Strbsheim is enjoying  a visit from her mother Mrs. Kercher  from Surrey who brought a niece of  the Slroshein's with her, Miss Brenda  Lee Kercher. Also at the Stroshein's is  Mrs. Stroshein's. sister Mrs. Jean Ferris  from Edmonton and her son Rickey.  Grand-daughter Karina is up with her  parents'Jerry and.Miona Mielke from  Surrey.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayne have had  many summer guests including. Miss Bessie Jamieson and Miss Ella Jamieson of  Vancouver, also Mr. and Mrs. Alf Shaw,  Mrs. Shaw is a sister to Mr. Mayne, Mr.  and Mrs. Will*Read all from Vancouver.  Reverend D. Kenny, Chaplain at Mount  St. Joseph's Hospital Vancouver, also enjoyed  a little holiday.  Sunday Aug. (jth Mr. ancl Mrs. Mayne  entertained rolulivcs and friends at Casa-  Martiiicz Hestaurant at Davis Bay. Mr.  Jose Martinez provided a wonderful dinner for twelve. Dining with the Maynes'  were Mrs. Agnes Robinson, Miss Leslie  Robinson, Mr. Norman Gravel all' of  Victoria, Mrs, Dorothy Miniato of Oak-  villi;, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Eva ns,'  Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gross, of Sechelt and  Mr, and Mrs, Hoss Johnson of Vancouver. Al'ler the dinner all adjourned to  the summer home of Mrs, Dorothy Miti- ''  into who along wiih her children David  and Barbura will be leaving for ,Oak-  ' villo/ in ii few d'uyis aftor .spending' most  of the .summer in Seehelt.  Guests, at Ray Newman's Duvjs Buy  '  have been his rhollior Mrs! H, Newman"'  Train   North   Vuneouvor   nnd   her   sister  Mrs, Mary MacLeod who is out hero on  u, two-months visit from Glasgow, Seot-  J'ililLfe MjK'LoodJui^bconJcGnlawy.-.  down  lo PoHlund   Ihon "to" Victoria,' for  the circle lour up to Comox unci.over lo  . .'"(.wall River and lo Sochelt. She'declares  Hie Sunshine Const highway is almost  nn si-onlc us lho road lo tho Isles high  pniiM! I'rtiin u Weol!  A new rusiclonl lo Davis Bay, Mrs,  Lultio Luxluii, wus hnppy to sliow oft  llui bounty nf hor now lowiUm. to visitors  ���'"Iron. Nohniskn: hor Mother'Mrs, I, Rein-"  konll, her mud Miss W, Froohllng of  Omiiluijinil hor brother unci his wife Mr,  ^/////W/UU/UU////////////////////^  who moved to Toronto but is happy to  be back in B.C. with her son Eric 14,  and daughter Barbara who is 9.  Despite the big Derby in Howe Sound,  popular fishing spots off Thormanby Island .had" their usual number of boats,,  but less fish. Guess they took off for  the Derby to lie and laugh at the bottom at all the eager fishermen overhead.  Lack of foresight by the Department  of Fisheries is losing the ling cod in the  B.C. water's: Scuba diving is a great sport,  xbut when the government allows commercial fishermen to spearfish as many  as they want it\doesn't take long for  the holes and ledges where these fish  hang out to be fished out. This has already happened in Pender Harbour, part  of Egmont and Secret Cove. A real massacre took place there, now Halfmoon  Bay is being worked over. All because  the federal government has no law to  say   they  cannot  spearfish  commercially.  The same is happening to the oyster  beds, there are quite a few on the Peninsula but gradually they are being cleaned out. People are not the only ones,  the starfish take their toll too. Why not  a closed season, when a bed is getting  low, giving it a chance to replete -itself?  Dental Topics  DENTAL SAFETY ADVICE  Accidents to the teeth and mouth are  much, much too common.  Children suffer most from accidents  which cause, broken front teeth and possible injuries to the neck and jaws. A  "fractured tooth will be a perplexing problem for the child and his parents. An  untreated fractured tooth may not only  cause a child a great deal of physical pain  but a great deal of psychological pain  may also be produced as well.  Dental injuries can be eliminated if  children are taught to follow some simple  advice:  ���When diving into a swimming pool  never fool around by diving near others.  Never push or shove when around a pool.  ���When bicycling, be careful on wet  roads  and  leaves.  ���Use seat belts when riding in a car.  ���Never push or shove someone when  that someone is using a water fountain.  ���In contacf sports like hockey, football or basketball mouthguards should be  used.���Canadian Dental Association.  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  Madeira   Park  X "-"none 883-2698  * CVystal     *   Limoges  * English   Bone  China  * Pauline Johnson and Welch's Candies  *   Hand  Made  Arts  and  Crafts  ' *   Cards and Gift Wrap  MORE   ���ABOUT...  ��� Bustling tourism  ���from page Al  the Times "It is clear to us that Premier  Bennett's advertising in the United States  has paid off for we have been inundated with American visitors this year".  Another states "We have those here in  the Harbour who would discredit the  tourist industry but without it Pender  would   be   nothing".  All do not welcome the major industry  of tourism as revealed by one Sechelt  businessman who bluntly says "all the  campers leave in the district "is excrement  ancl garbage, certainly spend almost nothing".  In Gibsons, Mayor Wally Peterson  sees it as an industry to be encouraged  and has pointed out that it is very likely  the Port Mellon mill will not always be  in operation. Should it close down then  Gibsons will have to, depend to large  extent upon tourism.  Introduction  Meeting with the Sechelt Homemak- right is Mrs  ers Club and later at a public meeting in St. Hilda's Hall last week,  Hon Isabel Dawson introduced- Mr.  Robert Johnson of Bamfield who will  be working on a parks project survey  in British    Columbia,  pictured    on  Stella. Johnson, president of the Homemakers Club and  Mrs.  Ada Dawe.  \ �� ymmmmmm_w_wmmam_w_wjmmmmmrmMmjmmm^msm_mmMK��tMKm-W_wim___r w��  BATON S��  i  \*��ffMMawMMfMmmmiMmiMiuml_\  CLASSES  Register at 886-2767  Mrs.  Pat  Muryn  Lessons $10 per month  for 1' hour a week  ���SB  'COPTER HUNTING BAN  Recommedantions from the B.C.-Wildlife Federation to the Department of Recreation and Conservation to ban the use  of helicopters in hunting brought results.  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AUG 171972  Rehabilitation programme  to help impaired drivers  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  INGO  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8p.mF  JACKPOT $125  TO GO    ���...     s\  $10 DOOR PRIZE  Mobile  Unit  Impressive-looking ariray of Dept.  .of Highways equipment parked overnight in Sechelt last week, was not  for blacktopipng the new highway.  The mobile unit complete with camper had been preparing cold-mix  which does not harden on standing  and is used for patching. It is expected that the re-constructed highway will be blacktopped in September.  Walter Safety says,  "Think, don't sinkl  Be water wise I Learn  and practise water  safety every day.**  THEY have one man rule  of your welfare right���  WE want JOBS not more  welfare regulations.  SUPPORT  DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  ���****  For Information Call  48^7430  I*'  ,J7$, 7."  -.{��������.;.  ifivrifui^-"-"  rt\,%,..  2   ' ���'   '/  "_7 T^J^X^^fp^Tff' ���'���;..  Canada Summer Games  Society launches draw .7.  1973 CAM AD A. Summer Games Society  has organized a Lucky Draw to raise  fjinds for the Games, and amateur sports,  recreation, and service organizations  throughout British Columbia.  The Canada Games in August of 1973  will be hosted by New Westminster-Bur-,  naby. Approximately, 300Q athletes representing all ten provinces and the two  .territories will compete in 16 sports. It  will be the largest sports event ever  to be held in this province.  Sports and recreation programs . can  provide meaningful, healthy ways for  young people to express themselves.  But there aren't always enough sports  and recreation programs to go around.  It takes money. Money. The one item  on  which  there's  never   a   sale.  Your organization can help provide  this  money;  and  here's  how . ..  The   1973   Canada   Summer   Games���  -.that's the,.-giant,amateur,.sppjg||^pectac-..,  ular   to   be   held   in   New   We^Jtiinster-  Burnaby   in   August" of   next   year���has  come up with a fund-raising bargain.  It's a Canada Games Lucky Draw.  Any sports, recreation or service club in  British Columbia can sell tickets. The  local club makes 50%"commission -off  the top.  The Canada Games pays for all expenses out of its 50 </f. Net profit is used  to help put on the Games, the legacy of  which will benefit all British Columbians.  The first prize in the Draw is a Free  Tour : of'Europe for Two plus $1,500 to  spend! There are many other great  prizes. s  Help  give  the young people of your  community   something, satisfying- to   do,1' i  Phone us at 521-1973, or write to:  Can-*.  -��dfcGai^es7;^  PILOT rehabilitation programme for  persons who have been convicted'of  impaired driving has been developed by  the Family Court Committee in . Salmon  Ann, Attorney-General Les Peterson announced today. '     .  The Family Court Committee wants to  direct impaired drivers to a clinic to  make them aware of the serious ponse-  quences of this sort of behaviour. An objective i�� to identify the problem drinkers and direct them to rehabilitative  programmes.  The programme has received the support of the Council on Drugs, Alcohol  and Tobacco which has agreed to fund  the Salmon Arm programme for a requested three month trial period.  Mr. Peterson said.this is the first proj-  'ect of this nature for'���which-^n^iftg-has  been requested. Its success will provide  a guide for similar projects in.other communities of the province. "It is an example of how local Family Court Committee can work towards solutuions of  ���difficult community problems," Mr. Peterson said. "The project will be under the  direction of the provincial court judge  in Salmon Arm.  Impaired driving now results in a  mandatory suspension of a driver's licence. Persons convicted of a first offence are suspended for one month and  those convicted of a second or subsequent  offence are suspended for at. least six  months. .  Mr. Peterson said too many drivers  convicted of second or subsequent Offence have serious problems with alcohol  which need to be dealt with before driving privileges are restored.  The Salmon Arm project will serve  as a useful resource in  coping with the  problem of the conviction repeaters, he  added. .  "Word of the programme being undertaken in Salmon Arm Will be welcomed  by organizations concerned with alcohol  abuse", said Mr, Peterson. "It follows  "a method of approach given much publicity, by the British Columbia Automov  bile  Association. x  "If it achieves the anticipated .results  it will be expanded into other communities*', Mr. Peterson concluded.  MM and MUSIC  With a \ Difference  Whalley Revival Team  visits  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  \  Gower.Point Road7Gibsons  Friday, Aug.   18, 8 p.m.  WE WELCOME YOU  wmnflmiMiiiMiiiiiiiiTO^  r^-  it  The Bayview  Dining Room  | 4   Pender Harbour Hotel  Madeira Park ��� 883-2377  \tywnn ,,-.,, rrrynrAYmyyyymyyyyyYmYYyyyyYYyvYyy.  A licensed Dining Lounge  featuring a cornprehenflve menu  for your dining pleasure.  The Bayview Specialties: ^  "SURF AND TURF"  (Lobstertail ond Filet Mignon)  / AND.J#QNE STEAKS  ���V  liyiflllfU��l����l��MM����  s&ym^  WfUMMMMa  OF CANADA  ' I ' ; ,     a     * I  eaJare in Z^nhouKcina  tcict  f M^ittif't-i***t��� WM.nwfl^ii^f��� ftw:*WM'.S--  ol-our-  '     .������''"������'"        7'"  -Z ,;'    im  j\       J/^%    " ���"���������*���'������'     ���y.---��--m--m-'"- ���- ������*-  fe# xt4��w&j in l^endev^Marboar  emn  (WintrW! 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Congested Waterways  jfThe area of the Gibsons wharf gave  k  &  nautical  of  Marine   .-    impression  ["������'���Drive on a busy weekend as boaters  t^Saind .anglers by the hundreds poured  lifinto the district to take part, in the  ��- :��� ���   r  World's largest Salmon Derby. From  all reports, most of the larger fisli  caught were taken from waters  around Vancouver Island.  erience * not necessary...  Gibsons rugby club  looking for players  IF YOU have been thinking of playing  rugby but perhaps don't feel you are  capable enough���take heart and head for  Elphinstone Secondary School field Wednesday, August 16 at 6:30 p.m.  That's when the Gibsons Rugby Club  will hold-.its first practise. The first few  drills will be a combination of light workouts and conditioning with some instruction  on  basic  fundamentals.  Anyone who. would like to play but  feels handicapped by a lack of knowledge or experience oi" the game is most  welcome to come out and talk or run  around with some of last year's overweight   but inspired   players.  The rugby season is usually played in  twio halves; October to. December and  then February to April. The games are  played on  Saturday at  1:30 p.m.  Any high school student interested in  playing rugby should also attend these  practises. Potential players or club supporters who would like additional information are asked to phone Orv Mos-  crop, 886-9464 or Garry Gray, 886-7392 or  Bob Crosby, 886-7874.  Brenda Weinhandl  graduates in nursing  AFTER completing three years nurses'  training at St. Paul's Hospital in  Vancouver. Miss BreVida Weinhandle was  among those who graduated ebirlier this  month. Graduation ceremonies took place  at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.  Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William  Weinhandl, Dan and Mark, Brenda's mat- ���>  ernal grandmother, Mrs. Arnold from  Ontario, uncle and aunt William and  Shirley, ^rnQldy.David ahd- Karen from  Sim'i, Cal., vfrere present for the ceremony.  Friends from Gibsons attending were  Mrs. Ethel Barnes, Edna Husby, Colleen  Procknow, Sandy Page, Toni Kirkland,  Clay and Nancy Carby, Gerry Wood,  Sechelt and' Jeannie Davidson, Maple  Ridge.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  WE live in a country that offers each of  us freedom. We have freedom of  speech, freedom of worship, political freedom, etc. Yet I suggest we are not free.  Not; if we believe what ( Christ says regarding freedpm. He points out that^nq"*  one is free. The Womens' Lib. group can  protest and try all their lives, but they  will never achieve complete and true  liberation.  And that is because we are in spiritual  bondage, the bondage of sin and error,  Think of some of the habits to which you  are chained; you want to shake them but  you cannot. What about the finger of  your conscience���oh, how you wish to ho  freed from certain guilt. And then somo  are so enslaved that their conscience is  seared; not realizing their hopeless state,  Scripture says: "every one who comimils   sin, is a servant of sin,".,So..this,, includes.  ���'���  US   (ill,'   ' ���������..���'...;..   ,������,.<���.  But yet  there is hope. There Is glor-  God sots you free you are truly free, Only  that freedom He gives enables you tb experience complete liberation. By surrendering .your will to God's will right-now  JhpJiUrd^k^  be  lilted, mid you will exclaim. 'ChrlM  has sol me freer  \  Around Gibsons  ���by Maiipi^Charman, 886-9862  THIS correspondent\has heard of members- of at least- five local-, families  holidaying at Canim Lake this season.  Twenty-five miles east of���Highway 97,  tins large body of water 25 miles long  plunges dramatically 78 feet into a scenic.  jvniv,.' carved by tha�� weight of the water.  Tli.'iv is good rainbow trout fishing  al..>\f ;��'id below the falls.. Enjoying a  r,.|;i\ii.g  vacation   at  Canim  Lake  for  a  n Ih was Mrs. Evelyn Berdahl with her  gn.iml-ilaiigh'ter Lee^and son Pierre. Nor-  ni;ui   Bi-rdahl    was   up   there   for   three  w.'t'k*. Holidaying at Canim Lake for six,  days were Mrs, Nanette Eldred and Jay-  annc. ^  Guests of Mrs. Alice Hardman recently were Mrs. David Waterhouse from  /Vancouver who is a nurse at Shaughnes-  sv. and her sister, Miss Joan McDermott  who is a nurse from Dalymbte, Sligo  County, Ireland. It was Miss McDermott's  first visit to Canada and she especially  enjoyed her time here on the coast. \  Mrs.. Ella Hicks from Vancouver vacationed in Gibsons at the home of. Mr.  ami Mrs.  Ross GibsonY .  Visiting; her sister Mrs. J. L. Myers,  lh���;!.Hands, was Mrs. .A. Logan from  Ndi'tli   Vancouver. N  Mrs. Heather Geohagen from Williams  Luke  was   visiting   relatives   and   friends  lll'IT.  K ii r m e f Gibsons residents Mrs.  George T. Smith from West Vancouver  was at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. W-.  Alan Nicholson for several days.  A very interesting three day reunion  held in Vancouver for personnel of HM-  CS Uganda (a light cruiser which took  part in an attack on Japan in the Second  World War) was attended by people from  all across Canada from Lunnenburg to  Victoria. Among present were-Mr.--and -  .'Mrs. F. Ross Gibson from Gibsons.  Mr. Gibson had been on the Uganda  on a South American trip around Cape  Morn. There was much enjoyment in  meeting.old friends renewing acquaintances and reminiscing.  Summer  visitors  here from   Oakland,  Ca.l..  earlier   were   Bert  Harding's   sister .  and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Taylor.  Group one of the Senior Coed (Grade  10 - 12) left yesterday "after a happy and  rewarding six days on Keats Island Baptist Camp, where Coed 8 and 9th Grade  campers are being welcomed today.  Several local people report deer in  their   gardens.  Former Gibsons residents Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Parker from Prince George are  here on  vacation.  At the home of Mr. and Mrs, R. Chamberlin, Hopkins Landing, for a week are  their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and  Mrs. David Painter, Cheryl and Brenda  from Duncan.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshall and Mary-  Ellen have returned from a two-week  visit with Mrs. Marshall's "sister Miss  MacDonald of Nelson at her summer  cabin at Procer where all enjoyed a pleasant vacation.  -,. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Derby had their  nephews Brian Sundmark from Canoe  visiting last week.  David   Szabo   from   Richmond   visited  \  Page B-2 The Peninsula. Times  Wednesday, August 16, 1972  .        -  his  mother Mrs.  Dorothy  Szabo recently.  CurrenTFy- aP popular   CO Cm   of  entertaining by  local  hostesses is" the evening  outdoor barbecue dinner party.  Returning Saturday to his home at  Wolverton, England, was Brian Harris  who had visited his aunt and uncle Mr.  and Mrs. P. Sluis for a month. Others? enjoying summer hospitality at -the Sluis  lipme were Chris Smith from Courtenay,  Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Nanaimo, and Mrs.  Dorothy   Willey,   Port   Coqiiitlam.  At (he beautiful home of Mis. JF. A.  Jones ''Waratah" Sykljne Drive, on Saturday afternoon a delightful party was  attended by about 30 ladies, who availed  themselves of the opportunity to meet  Hon. Isabel Dawson. Mrs. Dawson spoke  and there was a question period. Mrs. F.  J. Wyngaert convened ihe delectable refreshments. Mrs. Mike Hauka and Mrs.  Don Hauke poured, Miss Dorothy Fraser  served. Special guests were Mrs.\ Dor^  MacKinlay from West Vancouver; Mrs.  Inman, a reme*dial teacher from Victoria,  and Mrs. Ernie Carlson of Roberts Creek.  Jon Nimmo has gone to Faro, Yukon.  Development of a huge mining project  has opened the area. Mrs. Nimmo, Stacey  and Trevor will be joining Mr. Nimmo.  in a month or so. There are other former  Gibsons residents up there, including Mr.  and  Mrs.   Wayne  Swanson.  Visiting the Frank Wyngaerts and the  Roy Nygrens were Mr. and Mrs. Harold  Lehman from Edmonton, Alberta, and  Mr. and Mrs. Ron Breon from White  Rock.  ggfiggsESS  MEN WANTED  ���CATTLE.'    AND .. \\  LIVESTOCK  BUYERS  We want men in this area.  Train to buy cattle, sheep  and hogs.  We will train qualified men  with some livestock experience. . For local ^interview,  write today with your background. Include your full  address and phone number.  CATTLE BUYERS, ING.  4420 Madison  Kansas City, Mo. 64111  draining Calllt andJI.nilock Su_4r*  VS.-'*"  In Melbourne/Australia, city officials  have approved the construction of roofs  over al! the area's water reservoirs in order to protect the city water supply from  air pollution fallout.  USE    TIMES    ADBRIEFS  >fiiiiiiiiiinii:iiun]iiiiiiiii!i!!iiiiiiiii!iiiiniiiiisi;iih.  ���\  NEVENS  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  7EMITH  *  Zfcm 1 n  R  R.C.A.  1  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  * *     *     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  * *       *       *  ���  Ph. 886-2280              Gibsons, B.C.  t                .   *"                                                                                    "  ^'iiMllilllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllliilllllllilllSIIir  YOUR PROVINCIAL LIBERAL  CANDIDATE ASKS  ERI0USLY, now...  if THEY reallv cared  rwmmtitmmiwmmmMr/rtu  'FLOATS'  I DOCKS ��� RAFTS        with  KADfHITF Polystyrene  NvItVM IK    Floatation Billets  fvlan&oiniille  86,GpYlnchy,,St,, 985-7101  :   NORTH VANCOUVER     ''  forget the fuss  the work to us  OUT ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  Why did the Socreds, to a  man, vote down a pension  increase last February?  (is it because they could best use a pension  increase at election time?)  How come there are hospitals  in B.Ci that have had to shut  down badly ^^Kfy J^Ihcjs^  ���l';.;.-.^"jii''E.."s/y\i.LE;.is;free.:...'..-'[.  BEN'S DRIVE IN  1 i        (Acrou from High School) ��  Phono 886-7828           Gibsons  I  Bost in the Navy  John Sinclair proved lo ho tho best,   was made' Friday hy  ;MrsV J, *E.  4n,.t|)q UopkliiH Liuullnu uuvy as ho,   Egan m lho snlllpK .club mot to seo,  ���wof* awardod ��tho trophy for tho host   tho flnalo of sailing season for 1978.  toll round  sailor, Tho  presentation      ��������� ,4^,, i  "������^���w*��ti.��t.��.M^  abciret  DANCING  ?;30 to |;30 a.ni.  T/zza^vai7ofib7e"  Dance to the  REN-KINGS  PENINSULA HOTEL  Coyer Charge   '-+>    0Q6-2472  ^Wi1��WW*a<a��wwvtaMfW��wa������a��aiwta��aa.����Mi��waa��  ..... '  T^gre'-TNcTJo^  Tck> ���B.igI|i5��M5'I:  THE M0PERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR  HOMITOR"*  BUSINESS  It Cosfs less Than You Think  BULLDOZING :7 EXCAVATING ~ ROADWORK  GRAVEL ANP SAND  ���v&n__ tfyttmA&w&t f*n&(> ptti>t&tJ$M<*ptm  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd  How come some heart  patients have to go to  Montreal for treatment?  How come, unemployment is  higher in B.C. than in the  rest of Canada?  FREE-ESTIMATE  ^���wtY*^*WWMM'1^^  W)5 GO  m nn KRITH, NORTIfi VANqOUVIR  AU WORK  GUARANTEED  AND HE INTENDS TO DO  SOMETHING ABOUT !?!  ... ,(V��*i������i <���  ���w-H  *n^m��m^i  wt^��WfflWHaW^^  ��fll*isi>wi��  ��� <        (   ,  ' ?^>jAt*W-"-?**"<'  K- .-  ��� -'i*.-.a(.*���'-Jf**fi ���:  I ' -��^'   ���    i,  ***,<��.*  r ..      .      ���'���n'ft^w.j'jjS.'ii;  ^' �� v , �� j- .��.**��. <_4_ *yM  Sailors   Graduate  Friday. morning meant graduation ter the early morning get together  day for members of the Hopkins at the waterfront, the aspirant sail-  Landing Sailing Club as this year's ors spent the_day_atthe marine park  yachting season came to an end. Af-    on Keats Island.  Finding lhe winners wasn't an easv task  X'"'7^,7*"7��^,^,^"^,!,^*!,W?iay^^  i I i.i' i 'i.i I wrrwwawarfwa  .v,V,%v,y;,V,VA%%v.v.v.v.-.v,v.v.v.v.v.v.v|y.  latMM  <MMnma������JMa��ia.a��HM>j��a��uaja��laiMMMMMMliMM������ma<wa  PSSST...  (By Jack Mills)  wwm��m9m9t9i*mm0wm99rmmM4  THE Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club's annual -boat draw was an uhqualifiecTsuc-  cess, but the task of contacting the winners of the three prizes wasn't quite so  simple.  A spokesman for the group said his  organizations had all the names and  phone numbers but up until Sunday  night had not been able to notify the  winners.  Winner of the boat and motor was W.  Woodin of Vancouver. W. A. Laird., Port  Mellon,   took   second   prize,   which   was  '^()0 c'*sh 0L7LlriP. 1�� Reno--:.Third prize,  a jacket donated by Nygren Sales, was  won by Carl-Peterson -ef-Seehelfcr���  The pancake supper held at the wharf  Saturday night saw a good turnout, as  did the Betty McHardy Dancers, performing a  variety  of Ethnic Dances.  Pablo Picasso is without, quetsion the  richest  painter who  ever lived.  In   1967  on of his  paintings  sold  for. more  than  $500,000���believed to....be. .the .highest^price;.  ever paid for a work by a living artist.  Dancers Perform  Members    of the  Betty    McHardy Gibsons Saturday night ih a present-  Jancers-wenCto  ines and numbers at the wharf in Coast Kiwanis Club.  sait.tf **��-��! ��(S,.*i,>��*(-J.=*M!l.ttH.J> _.'  ONE of this riding's candidates in the  forthcoming election is running  around with a smile three and four-fifths  long these days. He found out it's against  the provincial elections act for a candidate to buy others drinks. It's the first  time in his life he's been made a legal  cheapskate, and we can imagine he is  taking full advantage of the situation.  And speaking of elections, and what  else is there to talk about these days,  .here, are a few itejps that just may interest you. Candidates in? tKiif riding re:  quire a minimum of 50 signatures on  their nomination papers. This means, 'or  at least should mean, each candidate is  probably going to be assured of 50 votes.  Some consolation, huh?  No candidate at any election shall  during the time that he is a candidate  make any special, contribution or donation for any purpose," and' it is an offence for any person to solicit any such  contribution or donation from any candidate during that time that he, is a ca'ndi:  -date; _ "���"'���"��� ���-���"'-" *������ ���������'*-.'-'���"* '  And of course, -the old, spell about  campaigning on . election day., No candidate or any other' person shall furnish  or supply any ribbon or other mark of  .distinction, v_iiylt)x..,,Jntenli....���that1.v.1the.,, samq,,.  should bo used within any electoral .district on the day of election by such person or any other; This also includes flags,  ensigns and we Imagine such things as  liumpqi^tic^^  to be driving someone to the, polls come  election day, It ls humbly suggested your  ���cor-be free' of' all political propaganda:  Thorp is exactly two weeks to go  before lho votes i\re counted7 And from  the way things havo been shaping up so  far wo wouldn't want to bet a plug nickel  , oiMimkcoven tho slightest; prediction pf  77;tho ���outcome., But ono .thing's:-for hutq  --It should  provo InloroHthig,  wm����(!4t��4,4<* * 4,��a,n,,w  I  i  'i  7  i.ftm-r^$fy*XW'WW-Mmffl*i  ;..,.,'. ���H...,<4  "'"V  ...... V���..W^ v.* W-  "'"' "V"   I   *  rf-  (  1 "  " '1 '  ���A.iF(W*<(#,.rtfiM  U^Vna^rtal^iif"!*.;*  thSt-p*!*  fatm*!. il |a J-M* A*(* ��* |'�� i W  1  Gi'azliig���,Dlvlsiorti,4,of^tliol.B,C,.,vli1orost  Sorvlco'wiwlll,4''post'wx��,*n'umbor',,'6f,'','XonGocr  , Crown firming urons this fall on un ox-  porlmbnlnj busk Tho purposo will po to'  distinguish Crown lime's, open to,croiuioii-  i" ists Mm private<'Hindi..'   ^f  C/VST WEEK Ql^ S^tE  At Helen's  Wltfi^PfciAts^olR  Sweaters and Fortrel  Slip-on PANTS  at*  i      i   'n i.  wte.ett.&mtwwim'p&ttyim  18% lower than Alberta  21% lower than Saskatchewan  39% lower than Manitoba  T886-9941  elen J f'*jto6l>uoH&  mptrnwrnmrnvw^  PRIVE WITH  CONFIDENCE  a sqfoear stqrts with good brakes n  wrARE'wow 'rauiippEpr-"'  TO TURN '���  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS    *  i    .  H   ,l '    .   j       '       HU. 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Wednesday, August 16, 1972
Cancer facts.
Detection of Cancer
■EARLY~deTection   forms  "the   basis   of
successful treatment. There are a few
general rules" you ~ should"'" leTtrn' which
will help you throughout your life.
As >Yiu become "older, visits to your
family doctor should  become  regular.
Report promptly I" your doctor any
unusual IwV'i'.Unj-;, discharge, swelling or
discomfort ol" any kiu.1', or changes in
noiiruil   body   fund ions.
Practise  cancer  prevention,  aiuh keep
FORESTS TINpEH DRY
Canadian     Korestry     Association     of .
British Columbikj^eminds that forests are
becoming tinder dry. Extra care is needed   now  to   make  certain'no  fire  has  a
e|iance to start. Guard  every  spark,  use   \
-your ashtray.   -        . __..        '  . ... 7
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\Y.  Woodin of Vanrouvor.
A. Laird of Port -wfthkin
won the dip b> Reno. Third pri/.e, a
jackel, was won by Oul. I'eterson
of Serhcll.
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Anavets Corner Escapee picked up
—Gibsons Army, Navy and
Air Force Unit 357
by Adam McBride
'   Stories  of  War   Heroes   No^ 3
ALWAYS in the front rank of our Unit,
—(-because of the size of his feet^is a
much respected local businessman whose
real name, as far as 1 know, is Richard
.kinnwsky.
Hick, a veritable' nevcr-stop worker,
Was nol always like this. As he explained
in me, until he was old enough to take
a sociable drink, be was a quiet, placid
person. .Hut when he was seven, he con-
'lacloil Ihal dread Prairie farmer's disease
known as '•The Had- Batch Syndrome".
Willi' tears itr his eyes he. tells of the
exhausting task of trying to "get a rope"
on his poor (del grandmother as she performed incredible cartwheels, backflips
and a crude form of the Cree Scalp dance
after "being volunteered" to "taste the
batch".
I saw Dick's birth certificate and I'll
tell you. if you want to see something
you won't believe, ask him to show it to
you.
Richard Janowski. a true son of the
prairies, was not one to be satisfied with
the day by day life of the average farmer. He came out with the brilliant idea
of planting not straight corn, but an
brand of popping corn!  He fig-
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Accomplished  Skier
B.C.   Liberal   Leader  David  Ander- interior.  Anderson,   a   former legal
son, it former Olympic rower, is also adviser to the Canadian delegation
.an  accomplished  water skier,71'his to.the international .control commis-
pioturc wtt.s taken on Okanagan Lake sion in Viet Nam, learned his' water
during a campaign swing through the skiing on the Saigon River.
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ured «jut that instead of having to pick
and shuck all the crop as others did, he
could' relax and as the popping corn popped, he would simply pick it, as you do
cotton. Unfortunately, one severely hot
day, all four thousands, .acres of the corn,
popped at'once and all thfe horses: antl
cows in the district thought it was snow
and  froze to death.
Faced with an enormous law suit,
Dick and his ever-eager grandmother
made the seven month trip North io
Saskatoon where, alter purchasing a
large, strong hand-net and a few gallons of the local "squeczins", they went
into show business. Because of the su- ,
porior potency of the local mash, (.lio*
damage clonp to. the local opera house by
his granny whilst performing outdid lhe
remuneration paid them. Securing a gaud
••".'tab' for -his vgrandli^othpiv in the-nsbenUis
I mines, ancl telling her to breathe as little ns possible,  Richard sel  off to make
. his mark on the world,. Duo to tho ,fai:l...
thill   the   correspondence   course   school.
Ing ho  hud received  was  In  BnnUi,  oil
he could  mlike wns his murk,
KnlllnU in wiih n group of Molls. (This
««iiiinio™Mo1iH,'*jl.«undiM'HtiHulr,-C()iTic,H««l'i'<iii\>
tho Bi'IUhIi milium hUiUoikhI in Suskalpun
having the habit, of culling everyone
''Hollo," Mdtoy'M),' ho niid his "ihd6mlm7
lnblo coinponloiis oiiIImIocI tu it onvulrv
reglmonl which wan recruiting to fill
viK'tuu.lurt in tho ranks from lho Bitlilo
nT Hnloclu., Tnio lo lhe 1'iinhlon of lhiwc
d",YH, roglmonis worp nnmocl nl'torn por-
sou (l,o,! Lord Slrufhcoiiti HoVso, Pi'lnvo
AIIu.I'1'h Hoi'ho, etc), Kldmrd'tf r'oghiu'ni
wiih culled "McC'TOgor'H Hoim." bacnuwi
«,s Dk-k oxpJaln<xl,» the. hoi'nu wnfiowiutti
II bo n 'M"r;,'MoaroflorrAR'v!|i')l'o,,'v^h'i'h"'\",lnii|i
wnllIng HhI. I'or thu JJoi'ho, Mr. Junownky
IniiiHl'iiiTutl lo lho Hoglmonlnl Bond oi
llio ftnnkiiU!lu)wiu;i, Light Homo, Dotul li.il
uh u Proiu-'l) lioi'n jilityoiV Hlc-lutnl i'oiin.l
II ImpoMHlhk) Id blow lho hon'i, Hloor Ihu
Ikii'hc. and mIiiIT IiIh olhur hand In the
boll of lliolVonch iKii'if'Mrt plti5'd'rn of Hun
lnnlrumei)l nro wont lo tb*, fiiul'i'liiu _
lui'H't iirnry mink In llio horn, ho did (inlu,
■"^IITTnill'Wn^^
lip flipped ovor ihu moulhploco, muiHlt.u
ii novoi'O blowliiK'lr whlcilv'voRultotl In n
Inrgo cloiibki hernia.,
, Wheij. Iho lime I'or notion cumo nil
iiIhJH pnlrolri or hqvvi. iniuiomivoi'H wore
(lli-ioonllniio.* ))_vi\mq el' Mr, .lnnowiiky'.i
eoiiHlnnl HcrcimiH ol' iidmiiIhIi on llio I mi
at Roberts Creek
THOUGH the joint efforts of RCMP from
both Gibsons and Sechelit detachments,
an escapee from the B.C. Penitentiary at
New Westminster was returned to custody  last week.
""" Ted Eugene McConnell was apprehended as he was found on the beach. He
had escaped from the penitentiary Aug-
usl 9.
A police spokesman said the man had
Ijooii serving eight years for armed rob-
ben
tin!', horse. Being discharged as physically over age, Dick.'s unusual walking gait
caught the eye of a very beautiful young
lady called Elna, who having made a fortune by selling bronze stay rods to absolutely keep ' crocodiles out of the. wheat
crops, (it's true, there never was a crocodile seen 'in Saskatchewan) married
Richard and brought him to our lovely
town  lo restart  his  life anew.
If over there is a guy who sells goods
for a fair price and with prairie charm,
ii is Mr. Dick Janowsky from, ah—ask
him to show you his birth certificate.
You won't believe it!
Come on down on the long weekend
(Sepl. 2nd) and dance away your cares
at Kobert's Creek Community Hall. Or,
heller still, come on Saturday, Sept. lGth
for another Anavets giant $500 bingo!
Src you all there!
yourself informed oT progress in this area
of cancer research.
Take advantage of the educational
services of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Most communities have a Unit of the
Society which sponsors lectures and film
showings, distributes literature and is
always prepared to answer questions.
Avoid home remedies for puzzling
symptoms, and don't be taken in by
"miracle cures", trick diets or other forms
of  quackery.     '      .
Pamphlets and information about cancer can be'obtained ' by writing to: B.C.
and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer
Society, _i.C> West Eighth Avenue, yan-
ouyer 9, B.C..
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There are only eighteen lots
available in Redroofs
Estates.
Only eighteen opportunities
fpr some lucky family to
find the perfect summer
place.
Redroofs Estates is two
hours away from the city in
a beautiful wooded area
that's close to the water.
The lots are 4. large, everything is near.and prices start
as low as $3250 with $325
down.
Phone today.
683-8411 (24 hours)
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.     P.O. BOX 213
Haflmark-Coutts   cards   and   wrappings.
Fine   English   china   cups   and   saucers.
(Boutique  items,  local  artists  paintings.
Bowls of juicy, fresh blueberries with sugar and cream
.succulent blueberry jams and jellies ... steaming hot
blueberry pies, muffins and pancakes. Now's the time to
stock' up on farm-ripened blueberries for this whole)
wonderful range of taste delights. Buy enough to savor
fresh ... enough for jams and other prepared dishes ...
and enough to freeze for year-round dining enjoyment.
The Lower Mainland of B.C. boasts some of the finest
blueberry-growing areas anywhere - and the peak harvest season is right now. For new ways to enjoy blueberries, obtain our collection of B.C. berry recipes. It's
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From June 30th to last  weekend about 700 visitors had dropped in for advice, brochures and  general discussion about the area.  Hon Isabel Dawson...  Campaigning MLA assisted  by enthusiastic jomig^mde  TRAVELLING with Hon. Isabel Dawson  on her campaign tour of the Mackenzie Hiding, is Mr. Robert Johnson, a  young man from Bamfield on the West  coast  o!   Vancouver  Island.  Mr. Johnson first met Mrs. Dawson  while studying at Victoria Vocational  College where he took a course in commerce. When Mrs. Dawson visited Indian  Reservations in the province with regard  to the First Citizen Fund projects, Robert who is a native Indian,' went with  her.  Now employed with the Parks Branch  in Victoria, Mr. Johnson will again be  visiting    Indian   Bands   in   the   province  To residents of Pender Harbour,  Egmont   and   Earl's   Cove.   John  Breen is pleased to announce he  has   been   appointed   Agent   for  the Commercial Union Assurance  Group   and   will   be   pleased   to  quote on all insurance needs, including    life.  Phone  JOHN  BREEN  883-2794  (24 hours)  with   regard     to   the   establishment     of'  parks.   This   will   be   a   two-year     programme.  ^ Speaking about her work with young  Indian people, Mrs. Dawson said that  it was while she was in Sechelt during  a May Day parade, when the Mission  Bands-and the Sechelt Residence Band  performed in a tattoo, that she felt more  people should have the opportunity to  see what these youngsters could do.  Now an annual event, the Musical  Tattoo involves more than three hundred young Indian students from aH parts  of the province. In 1974 it is planned to  attend the World's Fair in Brussells and  while overseas the Tattoo will visit other  parts of Europe and Great Britain. This  is financed from the provincial government's   First   Citizen's   Fund.  Mrs. Dawson said the next project  will be to encourage Indian choirs with  a view to establishing an Indian Choir  Festival.  The $25 million First Citizen's Fund  was established in 1969, with annual interest earnings used for the cultural, educational and economic advancement of  British Columbia Indians; To date over  $3 million has been paid out of earnings  with grants used for a wide variety of  projects approved by the Indian people  themselves.  I "*""*"""*"**"'"w*>*,"M"w��a't*����'��Ma����MMM��jijajaaM>n��>^  Royal  Canadian  Legion  SECHELT LEGION  HALL  Saturday, September 9th  Doors open 8 p.m. ��� Dancing 9 p.m. to    1a.m.  Music by  "NUTQNES"  I..^..^..u-,^,,,,,,,.^.,^,^,,.,,,,,.,^^,,^,Admission 2.50��,.*..���.*.*.Refreshments.-.-4..........,.,����.��.��..,��.����4,����.�����..,��  TWO  17  year old girls, Kal'fiy  Davie of  Halfmoon   Bay   and   Nancy   Wylie   of  Fender Harbour have-just returned home  after  a  1.0,000 mile  trip,  hitchhiking across Canada and  back.  They started out  on  June  25 and  almost immediately  after leaving the Surrey home of relatives.  they hitched Na ride with a truck driver  . which took them  as far as Kelowna.  \     They fourrfeyed through Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick  and  r-Jova  Scotia  to- Cavendish  on  Prince Edward Island, the most easterly  point of-4 their trip.  On the return journey, they visited  the Gaspe Peninsula and Perce Rock and  travelled as far north as The Pas in  northern Manitoba and Barrhead. 50  miles northwest of Edmonton where they  stayed for three days visiting relatives.  They thoroughly enjoyed their trip  and have certainly seen more of Can-  . ada than most of us expect to do in a  lifetime.  The girls had no trouble in getting  rides. Truck drivers, travelling salesmen  and all kinds of people whose work took  them on lonely cross-country drives,  were only too glad to have-somebody to  talk to. brighten the long hours of driv-   ing.  They found Quebec the most friendly  province. Arriving in Levis, on the south  bank of the St. Lawrence one night, they  had trouble in finding, tbe youth hostel  and asked for information from a youth.  The next thing they knew was that a  mobile radio van broadcast a message  that two girls from Vancouver were  wanting a ride to the youth hostel. In 3  remarkably short time, a car arrived and^  took them to the hostel.,  The Pas, Manitoba, was, in their ex-  ���penenc^ntie-fTieTidlreslrl^jvn they visit- "  ed. A couple picked them up about 100  miles from the town, and on arriving  in The Pas, took them to their home for  coffee. Then, finding the girls planned  to stay with relatives 30 miles outside  town, they arranged transportation for  them fo the home of their relatives.  Kathy and Nancy stayed -at -youth  hostels which are numerous across Canada. They range from almost palatial  buildings to fairly crude accommodation.  One of the best hostels they used was at  Regina .where the rooms were carpeted  and there was a TV and a National Film  Board movie programme each night from  7-9 pm.  At Wawa on Lake Superior, which  was named by the Indians in imitation  of the cry of the Canada goose, they slept  in tents which they found cold, and the  hostel meals were poor. The hostel at  Quebec City is an old Bastille, still with  heavily barred windows and rather  crude.  Just across the St. Lawrence at Levis,  there is a hostel which is a beautiful  building, complete with swimming pool.  At Fredericton, N.B., the hostel is part  of a seven storey building of which io\kv  floors are reserved for university students. Hostels are subsidized by "the government and charges are extremply_ reasonable, in some cases as little as 50  cents a night for bed and twbmcdls. .  One night the girls camped in a very  beautiful spot by Lake Superior. Another  time they arrived at 9 o'clock at night in  Wadena, Sask. but couldn't find a place  to  spend   the ,night.   They   went   to  the  police   station,   but    there   was   nobody     ���   about. After a 2-hour wait���and still' $0  ��� sign of  a  policeman���they  went to..ih%..,.,,,���,..,,  church,   but   the  doors   v^eve   locked,   so  eventually they climped into their sleep-  - ing bags and,settled ;down-for the night' ��� ��� -  in the churchyard. ���  Our two travellers met many Intern  csting people> in the hostels- and along ��� -������ >  the route, There were young people Crorn  England, France, Germany, Australia and ��� v  even a youth from Japan, hitchhiking  across 'Canada just as they were doing.  ���"*Some,*of^them*were'*obviously^clillclreni����^*"  of   welbto-do-famllieH,   but.   there were ���  others like the girl who had left home  at 14 and, had been hitchhiking around  Canada ever since. \   .  Kathy Davie started *her trip with  $230 and despite the fact that she spent  about4 $100 on clothes, she returned home  six weeks later with $20. She telephoned  home to her parents about three times  a week, reversing the charges, of course,'  For Kathy and Nancy, the trip has  been a wonderful adventure and they  are already planning to repeat it next  year. Throughout the six week's journey,  they met no problems they were unable  to cope with. They admit they used discretion about accepting rides, but on  the whple they found people friendly and  helpful and there were only two or three  occasions when they felt it wise not to  accept an offered lift. They were, however, strongly recommended not to attempt to hitchhike in the United States  where, they were warned, it is dangerous  \o get into a strange  car.  New 1073 c/w 14" bar, reg. 149.95,  SPECIAL  ������A.  Shop at the  134*95  U  27!  home of the Good Guys and Save  NNew 2073 c/w 16" rollernose bar, reg. 164.95  SPECIAL _    3071 c/w 24" bar, super quiet transistor ignition,  full wrap^andle, reg. 262.95 SPECIAL    3270 c/w 32" rollernose bear, full wrap handle,  reg. 305.95 SPECIAL .:.' ,   at the traffic  light  ! SERVICI  ���    885 2812     -  HAVE you  ever done  a 2,800  piece Jig  Saw Puzzle? Try one from Miss Bee's,  Wharf Road, "Sechelt. -  ��  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 a.m.  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *  DURING  THE  PNE  August 19 to September 4, 1972  S. M. T. Coach Lines will serve the residents of Pender  Harbour   by   supplying   the   following   additional   bus  service.  Ar.  MADEIRA PARK STORE 7:15 a.m.  HALFMOON BAY     7:35 a.m.  SECHELT   7:55 a.m.  VANCOUVER   ......77.777...A(y:30a7m7  ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO THE  SECHELT  PENINSULA  Bet   she's   telling   him  about those new school  shoes she got a  UNCLE MICK'S  Lv.  VANCOUVER     4:00 p.m.  GIBSONS  6:00 p.m.  Ar.  SECHELT       6:35 p.m.  THIS SERVICE WILL BE  DAILY -  EXCEPT SUNDAY  OACHU  rV  *~~l^fa__*7a^f"  HANDYMAN FIX-IT TIPS  <<mmwiimmMuuwuuiiuuiiuuwuu>  NYGREN  SALES j  (1971)  LTD,  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 886-9303  THE FUN OF FURNITURE REFINISHING  Part  II  Aflor 'soled Intl your kll' and before you being lo paint,' romambor  (hu!.Q,hHoao!.liont�� lioni lho Canatlian Palnl Manw(aduror& Association,  Follow Iho labcil directions caralully lor hatl&faclory .rasults, Do &uro  thp'warK.ar.oa Is woll covorod and protected (rom spatter ond splashes, And  protect yourself -7- wear old clolhos,  Always remove at.  much  hardware qt,  possible before you  booth  to  paint, II 'you mount 'drawer pull 67 knobs' and* i4th6r "clocorallV'o" plodos on  cardboard, you can uosily wray paint or ondmol Ihom. Use masklna .tape  o cover any hardware Ihal can't bo rom6voc,|,v'il, ,f��� *\- ,v  When onamolllnrj, iazz-un that aid piece wllh flaring shades of mu&larc  yellow,.brJn'UJMrriuoiso .blno<..,9r,.,chlnRso..roc|1:,.i ,.,...,   ������ ��� ,... ', v.   |( you nm niilKiuinu- ami thin lu by  lor  Ihe mot.)  popular a(  tha,  lelliilhhi.h, Iry'thohu ..ufjuoul lunti when applylnn. the loner.  Use a Mill bristle blush an old toothbrush Is lino���and dip llio  .iristles into the loner, Then "spring" Ihe brush wllh your linger to llirqw  a limn spray ol loner over Iho undorcoallna  On Hal surfaces such as table  ' taps, leave the center llfihtand qradually dceperi-the color from th center  ���-nutwordrOr*w|th��moWlnq��*arKUw  with a hmairan'jIquliHi brush,' 'Allot���'lolllru, It  set,  wipe off  i|ie  raised  This sim'uialoa tjio boai"lllfu| lilghlloh'fi found online' antiques!  , NoKt VYqqK  Im>4t4imm49)mil9m*499m**m*mi99n4mtm*l4m9*9m9imm9m499m9094mimm  IHWMUIMIIIUIMMMWIIlMUUWUUWn  Morgan's  Men's Wear  ���������'��������� '      -'���'��� ���������   D  G/yV,G. Work Clothes  Work G.ov6i  SRCHELT, P.C,  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Your  Gl'^don Paints  DOaler.r  ��(ft*i��*��!tPSI^��W*!S)J*��l"��  IMMA  PLUMBING ��� HEATING 2    I  CHIMNEY CLEANING ��� ROOFING  ^4..,��,,..,...���..���.Solou.&JSorvlco^m���w^��^.r,  ^BBWi"""""""l    W*~HB>""""r ^k^a^W^       ^���^k^a^^l^    V>^a^   ^PH^I ^t^ -,    vi  B6ry?8rSkholtrB.Or^Cowtr8r^88"����a*!0asi*  mmnwwaa ��M��ai��a��aa wwai�� waaawnwna nana����������� aaailwaawiwf aa m m m m ��� I  Two Locations  to ��ohro  Sunshine Coast  Highway  "���GIBSONS"  886*2291  ,     SECHELT  _885-220B,_  A'phone can be a trifftiack home,  .. .yS^/.......  tiaaaHawanwiaaiMnaananiiaianaaiaHwm^'  -If?'  Rornornbor tho last lima you placod a  long distance, phono call homo. ���  Romombor iho foollnn ol nnllolpallon  wnncl4tliQjln5liPUpy.wJ.iQn.y.0M��9PJ<li.  "HlDpddyl"  Romombor howyoit wont through tho  conversation bit by bit Bavourlna It lor  hour8JfltQr?,.���,,,......-.4..,���ia,,���,.,..,..,.4,.,,, ���..  nomqmboi?  A^plx>rBis^lmtywmal<&ih^  mw^mfm^m^mim  mm***mmvmm*wi  li^mii^mmmmemmm  TS  RED  BEHIND         ________ mm*    fln.ii  ROOSTER DRIVE-IN  Dnvia Bay 7, Phono 8??:2?4?  Mmwm^mm��i^mm \  Government agency^...  ���i      ��  ires ei  Tranquility v  Every day s e e s improvements to    are  some  inconveniences,  everyone there'is a noticeable increase in the  the 75'campsite Provincial Park at ^ has nothing but praise for.:this new- number of young people travelling  Porpoise Bay, besides the campsites    est campsite and on a weekend most by bicycle with light camping equip-  itrere are spacious���parlmrg    areas    ol the sites are occupied.- This year ment"         :"  close to the beach. Although  there  ��� ' 7��*      _*   ~    * _ *   '  ,-,��'���*: y '-   '  ;~  *V      -     >   r  4  ^ 5*     "  a. v +*  ��>���-  *��� *   **?��     - -"a* **���*_��,  '>_:.  Lf~- *-*;;��� iSr-.*',���'..-.ye  NIT l.r;nler Davo Barrett is presently  ��� ���ii!i|ui.>niii!', thioui'liout (lie province  u".ii'i; iniriu'tour" areas of industry a& a  spinui ,,;,i,1 I'm- noliticai attack, in many  hisi.ui.v ^ni, litile ioretliought or Ukeji-  Ivon.l i,i ii.ait;;e. Among' them is that  ol" ...il" hiMiiance,- an industry he would  dearly hlu- lo bring under fjovWnmcn.  conln.l. .  Hepoii Trorh the British Columbia  Automobile Insurance Board suggests  that auto-insurance rates-are as equitable  in the province as is possible. It states:  \. "People, in B.C. determine their own  automobile insurance rates. The job of  -the B.C. Automobile Insurance- Board is  simply t��� (.nsure that rates are equitable  for With the public and the insurance  industry."  I'i .1. F. K. English, Chairman of the  Boaiil. -mid today That this government  ageiu\\ is doing exactly what it is supposed to ii,, according to the British Columbia Insurance  Act.  All aiito insurance companies set  rates o_ Uu> basis ol* their own experience, mul the Green Book. The latter is  a statistical document which compiles  data on, an rrnruislry-wide���basis. It m=~  eludes information on premium and payments for auto accidents and other insured losses.  It Rives the'sum total of the cost of  public auto insurance claims for each  year. Increased insurance rates reflect  rising numbers of auto accidents and related ousts.  Established in 1971 as- a result of recommendations of the Royal Commission  on Automobile Insurance, the Board's  responsibility is "to order adjustment of  ...the 'ales for automobile insurance ..when=..  ever it is found that any such rates are  excessive, inadequate, unfairly discriminatory, or otherwise unreasonable."  Only two other provinces in Canada  ���Nova Si'oth and Albeita ha\e such  Boards. All  three   act   as   watchdogs  on  tho insurance industry..in order to protect the public and maintain a competitive  auto   insurance   industry.  Throughout the yean insurance companies in ftf. s ui) mit all proposed  changes in automobile insurance tb the  Board. Routine adjustments, whether  thev -involve -a change in definition of  an insurance term, or altect rates, are  ��� evaluated by the Board actuary and staff  and submitted with recommendations for  Board decision. Changes may then be  disallowed, challenged or approved.  Each year, when .the Green Book is  issued, companies evaluate their rates  and propose the general adjustments that  they feel are necessary. In reaching a  decision, the Board uses and interprets,  information available to the industry, as  well as its own actuarial analyses.  In all cases, the Board has established  guidelines on the basis of this information ami uses these in reaching decisions.  For example, submission  received recen-  '   '        \  The Peninsula "Times       \   Page B-7  Wednesday, August 16, V972  *~~~ ~ * - \\     - ~~~'  tly for an increase in comprehensive auto  insurance coverage wer$ cut back, be-\  cau\se the Board realized that the industry was usingx national trend figures and  not giving adequate recognition to a  -levelling-off-of claims in B.C.  Responding to recent publicity about  rate-increase1- in the province, W. H. Day,  Secretary of the Board, said that "it is  meaningless to talk of over-ail percentage  increases." \  "In seme cases," he said^ "there is an  increase because of rising accident and  related costs. For example, average third  part^ liability .claim...settlement..in B.C.  has risen from $400 in 1961 to $748 "in  1970."   .    "In other cases, rates remain unchanged ' or are reduced on the basis of  an improved record of claims7n a particular  group."  Day emphasized that "there are no  negotiations on rate changes. The regulators ' simply do not, make deals with  the regulated, or allow private discussions  on  these  matters." s  A. "Walk for Wildlife" involving B.C.  Wildlife Federation clubs across the province is being considered to mark National Wildlife Week next spring.  Announcement  DR. T. WEBB and DR. R.  wish to announce that their Secfieff office will be closed  until their new office in the new Bank of Montreal  building is completed.  ��* t .  *   V ���  '. .-��� **'Ar*fts-   *   *.���*:.  :v"    . '  ' * 4 . ^^V  .    J*1      4   .. t  MA.4     I    rf^��4.JbM        "i..  ���IS  *���   -<��.  ^"'^F'Il  Boating  Sechelt really has something to offer    to catch crabs and cod and some- Pop  takes  the  boat    back    to the  visitors now, with its new Provincial    times salmon. The sandy beach is campsite via  the  Sechelt Chamber  Government Campsite,  visitors  are    convenient for dropping off the fresh^ of Commerce ramp, the campfire is  finding the Sechelt Inlet a good place    ly caught seafood and by the time glowing and supper is ready-  'r'H _ '���  Exercise Books  , "���iVlE'  Ink -j- 73.  Pogs ���4 ��  _���    ;."-t. '     ,  ��4^.   <.<*>' ���.   , ,    ., ,^     ���      .j, .,,\-S_f,h-i4iil^____W___ niiiMHH^I     "i"-"���  "'ft- \.l\-. ..'.'.���    ..-:, -������   j ���" -.��-, s-..- ���:���- :.i 1 'r; ^S%_____W^*7^KK___%.-.:' --y^.^- .?*���*������ h .'fits  . �������"***'   ���- ,..-,     ���.''������..-  ��� ':���* _     .*!"���; -t    '-"���u.*^r*2 ^_____w8m^____^'^\L'fi^*'J'-^. :'*.' * ������������ .Jpv  ��������� -k  '..^. ���:.���-' ���      '),l .     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Pen'cilP^kfiH  iWiJ'i  Sandy Boach  Liberal coating of snnd mnkQs, tho  Provincial Government's Cnmpsllo  Honch nl PoriJolse Hny n plonsnnl  place for chlHli'on to' play nnd- when  Ihoy.aot Urod of the isnml there is  unnd castles aro..Jeanno ..QoffIn..nn*L,  Lalnle Mexandei1 of Vancouver who  nriy thoroughly   enjoying   Clio new  earansltowhlchiR Iclonl for n family,  holiday from lho Wfi city.  ��� FlRUroriflRtiRfl*by"SW1 I'mlcBhCnnnrtn In-  picntriiiiiiniiriiwnhw^  !������� CnhnclnUui'liiK-tliO'l'Irntfoiii' diohI-Iih  of thin your miiy' bo'diiwii^ from'"llio ooi'"  i'onpc|)idlng norl,od Inst your, Tho 1ot.nl lo  thq.QiiQ'or-Api'll m\H 52,01I),<I(KV, compnrcd'  wlUi'2,n7"l,132lni07l; ^   y       '    '  . .   '      ��� ' ������������ ���        ' ������  '  '������ ��� ������"������������i-.. ���' ���������'   "���   ������   ' .: ...   ���        l.  The VISAGE RESTAURANT  ,.COWRIE.,SJl|l^Tr(,���,SECMEI,Xu,, ,, .., ���,:,,.,.   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I        II    H, ,   ., ���,_ '<8,88"9,811'<7  li'll/rl^^ft:  1Jl"llllll,lli,"|l|l|l|lLI' j(*w|  Sargent I  Ml2^' [I.  . ,1 '  WESTERN S  l!1  ; i ii m i,  7 naiTjii'  iif,Bn  yl Iii Po'fl.^mnt.-iif ill  lICWTwh^ii  'MEI^S,  ���731 SETSji  ,,-���pi-im  !7,7   !i|,,|,|i  j,,,, lariii.iiiiv.i,;;!! ihiiijiiiiMwiiriJ  ^tiLlmr, in, iii��|ii��iwiirj���i  ,i7###��1IJi!|ii;iiii;i1,il|1iiihiif  ���''*'||llllllillW|IP��P|ll|lll'| ||lff|l   1|  ipferitil Crayon^  b_sssssns!s\\\Mi t^'l.17   *  jCdoadiona '  ,�� 1 l| ,2\,n ,r ,t  JilHilh' i 77  f**w !l OOc l?^T' 119  'Iriuu'' tSrit9^o'i'SBIII MilG  I  IMISil  %l  'MildWrl'i  lip   Jil Willi ilillliniiiiIii , .i    m___m__m__m  i^-!H.if,^,ftfiA..itiiVt^i HSH ifefeW/i^ftflJit^^^sHiifewoijiiunM  illllfliliiilf,   ill'  w   em^MWffi^  ^MjuK  J ^MajSMantf ^t^*W^'l'^��W!��,#*��1SB��'��*''WSIaW  il  GIBSONS  WESTERN  DRUGS  SUNNrCREST SHOPPING C^TRe,.,  '213  i      I  IllllillliiillifttJlftiiiiiii  %��a��o(w^ j^^6Mt^^|^tt^��^��^'^^  !iiillli1!i!Tilllli1lilllIIIIIIill'  SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  TRAIIL, BAY SHOPPING CENTRE  886-9833  ^B*tira^s>Wta*WiW!W:��wiW^^ KjffiJ wWV��*WiW*tW��^WJflSVM��**W*i  ikmm  i4ww����M>*iwm��ii��h  ^HVE-MUSIC^-  >��� -|.',M.',r,'  FOR YOUR DINING, AND pANCING PL^SURP,  Provided by  ii.'J.C  l-mi'-W^WWgW'W^'Ml'n^^  ' '       '   ') I     "    I        7  Na  r^DHiiP   >  T*  Wto����!(����SWH��W^  POPULAR COUNTRY AND WESTERN;GROUP  t ���   .'     ���',      i . i' . > >i'      i    ..     i��   .. i i.1.i, i '..,>.'<'.  "Ifnl'lli'tW  ��.-,�� II  PINING 11 A.M. to 8 p.m.  CABARET 9 P.M. to 1:30 A.M.  nor* C_\*y/t7ji  i ,'   ��   H       (  la ^JJ){  enm&u  *Hwy7"*"SochoIi  onn^  SMORGASBORD  Chinese anil  Western Dishes  5:30 p.m. to 81QO p.m.  Saturday and Sunday  PIZZA  Soryod In Pining Room  Saturday on^Sunday:  iMii^oHiurauy^anaiQunuuya*^  I      V  WITH AiVim TRIMM'N0   ,,  '"     f  <W��4WMa1WaS)|M#^^  A  ' /���,; i"  X,  ���<WWw��w��^%fe4mW?^^  *   - ii'   V ���s\,\  l-i,        11     #���       V  V at  V-\  ' V  A'  4  \  v\'   \  10th annua report  A    .    7  ydio.  ,ealthyptofit  B.C. HYDRO ��� achieved! a net income of  $16,755,890    during    thev year    ended  March 31, 1972, according to the utility'^  tenth annual report:  The  figure  was  up slightly  from  the  previous   year's   jj.16.1   million   despiitc   a  10.9 per cent increase in the cost'of providing services. '  V 4  Hydro's annual report showed gross  revenue of $305.9 million���up 1Q.5 par  cent from 1970-71���and costs of $289.2  million.  Largest cost item was interest and other costs on debl, which rose 9.9 per cent  during the year to $97.7 million. Contributing to this increase was the transfer  to active service of new plant and acquisitions of4 property.  However, the largest rate of cost increase occurred in salaries, wages and  employee benefits, which rose 16.6 per  cent to $67.5 million. The report says  this increase reflects higher rates of pay  and improved .pensions for superannuated  employees, but that comparison is distorted by the impact of a transportation  strike on the 1970-71 figure.  Other major cost items included $52.9  million for plant depreciation, $51 million   for  materials   and   services  and  $20  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  million, in grants, school taxes and water  rentals  charged  to operating  expenses.  Included in the year's costs was $3.2  million attributable lo the January storms  which adversely affected ' Hydro operations, damaging equipment and triggering a week-long power supply crisis. These  costs included labor and materials to re-  -fcair transmission and distribution lines,  power purchased from other utilities, and  additional. thermal generation needed  when supply from major hydro-electric  generating plants was interrupted.     ,\  Major portion of Hydro's gross revenues, came from sales of electricity,  wliich totalled $211.4 million",-up 9.6 per  cent .from 1970-71. Of this amount, $84.9  million was received from residential  customers (up 8,5 per cent) and $126.5  million from industrial, commercial and  other customers (up 10.3 per cent).  Colder-than-normal winter temperatures contributed to an increase in revenues from sales of gas, which rose 8.9  per cent to $51.7 million.  Urban   and   interurban   transportation  "accounted   for~~$*24.1���Inttliorrr sn~increase-  Wildlife branch warns  agairistjnosquilo spr^y  FOLLOWING reports of public concern  ��� over the use "of"Malathion to counter  mosquitoes irt the Fraser Valley, a spokesman lou the >Fish and Wildlife Branch-  of flic 'Department of Recreation and  Conservation stated that considerable  care must be takeh in the use of this  substance because of.its possible adverse  effects on fish and wildlife.  The action of private property, owners  in resisting tbe use of chemicals on their  land provides a benefit in that it assists  the process of safe-guarding wildlife,by  providing reservoirs of benef-i'eia-1���insect-  life and' non-resistant varieties of the  pesK In California where the practice'qf  spraying was universally adopted, mosquitoes have now become resistant to  all sprays.     ' ^ ,  ���sit was noted that an.urgent pVoblem  of mosquito control exists and confidence  was expressed in the ability of the Fraser Valley Mosquito' Control Board * to  use scientific methods. The methods used  could include aerial spraying where'nec-  essary, but only following, proper definition orthe problem and consultation with  the Provincial Interdepartmental Pesticide  Committee.  Personal protection by means of repellents and screens on windows and doors  was regarded as the best immediate solu-  lion   to   mosquito  infestations.  \  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 16, 1972  . : V���^ ��� . _  The, Rhyming Philosopher  Harry W: Fletcher   .  BRAINWASH      \_..7  x . ....  Wc  bear  today  with   much   alarm   about  polluted   air,  ;mi.l water which can dp us harm from rivers  everywhere; we're warned about the food  *  we eat  in cltoits to arouse our scrutiny of milk and.  meat   from   discontented   cows.  They're working pnlthe motor car lo purify  "iis "Breath"   and lessen  in  particular  our  chance  of sudden  death.  With  danger-  in a mountain stream, antl fruit we thought  so-pure,  our hope to outlive  poisoning .  seems   somewhat  premature.  Bui   more's  the   danger  in' the   fact   that  our  polluted thought has most pervertedly been  ^tacked   by   hatreds   we've   been   Caught;  a foreign name or faith or face was  something   to   despise,   until   the   total  human   race  was   poisoned   by   these   lies.  The time has come  in  every  way  to  work  toward the.se ends; that people everywhere  today ar,e our potential friends; and all  can live in harmony with neither fear  nor hate, to end distrust and bigotry  before "it gets too late!  " 'V       "'   ���������      "M"   \   \ .a.   ���'������    .:'������'������,   i "ST"^*" '       '       '   '    ���������'"*-     ;' '��  '"'        ""7"~"X;~ ��� .7" s  v        .           ,       .     \        ���  ������  ��� , ���   ��� \ . .        ��� .  dumber of telephones on increase al Pender  AN   expansion   of   B.C.   Telephone   Com-     X      The   number   of   telephone's 9 served  pany's   central -bff'ce   in  Pender  Har-     from -ihe  Pender  Harbour  central   office  bour   and   an ^ddition   to   the   switching     has   increased --&ne-*��<^-4.n~-^h��--JasL-_5^  equipment will be completed by the end.    years. - -���---. ^   ���  of this year, the company announced to- *  ���       N  day. VISITORS TO PARKS  N Contract for the constructiom has been Attendance at. Canada's national parks  '* awarded to Hodgson King & Marble Ltd., N increased  7.1  per cent  iri the fiscal year  for $17,000. 1971-1972.   The   number   of   visitors  from  The   addition   will   accommodate   in-     April   1,   1971.   to   March   31,   1972,   was  creased -switching equipment required to     14,459,778. The figure for the correspond-  irieet .future   service  dem,ands. " ing period \ 1970-71  was  13,599,924.        \  QUALBTY AT  BARGAIN  PRICES  Seklne 10 spd. Bikes, reg. 109.95 AA  ��K    1  SPECIAL ._���___,,,,._, jrjFo^JP     [  14'Starcroft Aluminum Boat, used, ��i9Jl&��&  "teg. $600. SPECIAL                      _          7 .   ^figtlil  2 gallon Metal Gas Cans A   ^ff  ONLY ... &%&!_��  5 gallon Metal Gas Cans                ��� A    A fB  ONLY  ���_i..���:_..._���...-, 4��43  Shop at the home of the Good Guys and Save  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  at the traffic light    ���    885-281 i  s-s-af:  Lfi  _.  -v*-  ;i  t  _,  PF  "���".  S3  All Shows At 8 b.m. And. In Color  Friday, Saturday, Sum, Aug.  18, 19, 20  James Garner  in  SKIN  GAME  General  WARNING:     Some     swearing���R.    W.  AAacDonald,   B.C.   Director.  Tues., Wed., Thursday, Aug. 22, 23, 24  Vaness Redgrave, Oliver Reed in  Ken "Russell's'technicolor film of  THE  DEVILS  WARNING: Religious Documentary.  Terrifying and Brutal.  B.C.   Directors.  No Admittance tn  persons undor 18.  of. 13.3 per cent from-1970-71. The increase resulted in part from increased  service on. the cross-water bus services  between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island but the comparison is distorted by the impact of (he transportation  strike in early 1971 on the previous year's  revenues.  Revenues from rail freight operations  .were. $ 10.2'million., up 27.7 per cent. The  increase reflects diversion of freight traffic from United States west coast ports  because of a longshoremen's strike there.  Hydro's report notes that responsibility  for managing the rail operations was  transferred to .British Columbia Railway  Company at the end of the 1971-72 fiscal year.  Think when "you drive. Always put  out matches and cigarettes in the ashtray. Remember, only you can prevent  forest  fires.  Keep B.C.  green and clean.  DOCTORS  NEEDED  Lesotho, in Southern Africa, has a  desperate shortage of doctors. The newly  independent kingdom would be grateful  to receive appftfations from Canadian  medical doctors to practice in their country. Contact USC headquarters, 56 Sparks  Street, Ottawa  KIP 5BI.  A Dependable  Vote Dawson  'She's   Real   People" .  6 YEARS4 EXPERIENCE  In YOUR Interests!  ���Mackenzie Social Credit  Association  ��  fiJ��YEiWsBi  BLOW-OUT!  *��G 19-SEPT4  Organization of American  States display PLUS free  Grandstand Admission to  thoroughbred racing!  Children's Days, Aug 21 & 28:  children admitted free to  6 p.m. Golden Age Day;   Aug..23: 65 and older admitted  ���free to 6. p.m.  BUY A PNE PRIZE PROGRAM  Don't miss it! The West's  largest fair r 17 fun-filled days!  Thrill to the nightly parade of  100 pipers, a fabulous 9-acre  midway, exotic foods,  fascinating exhibits and the  %Tjpef~staifs"oflh'e%ntertairi- "���"  ment world! It's a bargain!  Adult grounds admission,  $1.50; students and teens, $1;  children, 250. Open 10:30 a.m.  to midnight.  FREE FOR ALL! Once you're  on the grounds, see free  features like the Festival of  Forestry, daredevil Human  Kites, the daily auto Demolition  Derby, Miss PNE Pageant  "(Aug: 21-22), B.C: Pipe: Band -  Championships (Aug. 26),  all-new Horticultural, Home  Arts & Hobby, Livestock shows,  Eskimo carving exhibit,  Leonardo da Vinci models,  FOR $1.00TThree chances on  the "Car-a-Day" giveaway and  the grand prize fully furnished  $50,000 home!  GIANT PNE PARADE!  10 a.m. Aug. 19, downtown.  IC  National  Exhibition  w*m  WMMMMMMMMMMMa  GROUND BEEF 7.MB       69c  WIENERS' .mt��� 59*  SAUU(NS����1�� W  SLAB BACON sees _.'  69*  .��iiii..,,Trau  .wiiiiiiWiife'W  mmm  . Ii ii !|! pijii! 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