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The Peninsula Times Aug 23, 1972

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Array \.  \  V  _v  V  Mayor retaliates . . .  iihway issue  HIGHWAYS Department, which for some  years has sought to establish a Gibsons bypass route acceptable to the area  as a whole,' has finally \ taken a stand  against continued opposition and finalized  its plans. Unfortunately, singled out y for  personal attack, for reasons best known\  to his opponents, has been Mayor Wally  JEeteraon.   who   has   -participated   in   the  mat'ter on behalf of Council and for the  interests of Gibsons Village.  Mayor has submitted the  statement to the Times making clear  the political overtones dragged into the  issue which have delayed the project at  least two years, as did similar protests  against the Gibsons sewer - system.- The  Mayor states:-  "Some sources are working full time  in .the Gibsons area" to distort one sin-  glenssue���the location' of about one mile  of proposed - highway���into complete  dominance over all other issues. All manner of .tangled verbiage is being concocted to rouse the voters' emotional bias  into .a state of mass hysteria over this  one detail.  "A political candidate appeals to the  pxisting government to reconsider tn^/7  location of this proposed highway. A\y  casual visitor, who returns after an absence of forty-five years, fails to notice  paved roads, electricity, or tap-water���  none of which existed when her family  lived here���but she does observe that the  government is building an invisible highway because of the advice of one person.  An editorial in a local weekly newspaper  can find no other topic with which to  ply its readers with" seeming"truth"and  feigned  sincerity.  "Essentially, what the voter is being  told by all of these related sources is that  the  majority  of  Gibsons  municipal  and  district water users "insist on locating a  proposed highway along Route C, that  is, through their own water reserve.  "In a brochure authorized by his  party, the political candidate who advocates the imminent possible pollution of  the Gibsons water reserve states-as one  of his paramount aims "Establishment  lmd*lmfofcemeht of specific and- stpifigent"  Serving thexSunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to 'Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins LancKng, Granthams Landing, Gibsons. Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma lPark,'Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hfb., Madeira Park, Garden Boy, lryine's.._Landmg, Earl Cove, Egmont  ,   2nd Class Mall  Registration No. 1142,  7 .   \  Union    ^a*-    Lobeh  This Issue 16 Pqg^s ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION Of ANY PAPER ON TIJE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume^, No. 39 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1972  yx ^regulations to control air, water and -soil  following pollution." Would this candidate - Gare���to  explain to his prospective voters which  -platform he proposes to follow if elected;  his, letter to the present minister of highways, <Jr his brochure?. Must he write to  the Hr/horable Wesley Black when he  mosT~~assu��edly believes that his" own  party can decide the location of ^this mile  of highway after August 30?  "We must assume1 of course that the  prodigal daughter wrote her article entirely by coincidence and entirely with-'  out prompting. Would this little old lady  favor a highway through, say, the Vancouver Metropolitan water reserve because she was told that-the Vancouver  water users wanted one there?  Ir  :'     ���  <  ������ :���.'���:'  ' >    '     j     :   ���   .   r .1  '���-..'��� a * j  WRONG PLACE  Commenting in last week's Times on  the growth of the Sunshine Coast as a  bustling .tourist mecca, we referred to  Egmont as a community which only a  short time ago was a ghost town but  is now a "hive of activity". We actually  meant Irvines Landing where new facilities have proved a great attraction.  SQUATTERS  It has been learned from the Village  Office that individuals squatting on property at the end of Boulevard are in no  way   related  to  the  property   owner.  A  "The editorial deserves less sympathy  ~^~*that the letter from fee conftls^d~ppliticai  candidate or the unsolicited article from  the returned former Gibsonite. The editor  knows facts which these amateur thinkers do not know; but he chooses to  ignore or to garble them. A glance around  should show him that water can. be polluted, yet he advocates the running of  water from a highway embankment into  the homes and schools of -his community.  "Valuable arable land would be destroyed by this mile,, or road, so the  editorial says; yet the editor.knows that  this land has not been "farmed tor twenty  years, if at all, and that its ultimate  destiny is either road-bed or building  site.  "As to the "virgin wilderness" of  Route C, an examination, of land titles  will show that the intact condition of this  egress is-- as doubtful as are the - many  other virtues it is claimed to possess.  "The Gibsons municipal watershed .  reaches from a line west from Reid Road  to the top of Mt. Elphinstone. It also  includes rights on Chaster and Amanda  Creeks. The Provincial Water Branch, a  non-political civil service body df experts, exists for the purpose of protecting  and allocating our fresh water resources.  Both the Water Branch and the Pollution Control Board have stated that no  highway is to be allowed through the  Gibsons municipal water reserve. Now  the voter is being asked to depose a government which has accepted the advice  of these protective services in favor of  one  which  would  overrule  them.  "The  Department   of  Highways    has  taken   great   care   to   alter   its   western  Suggest cancellation  of Secret Cove lease  GRQUP. of concrned residents of the Secret   Cove   area, met*'*rmtTi'~H6n;7rBan"'~'  Campbell during his visit to Sechelt last  Saturday, August 19 where he appeared  to speak on behalf of Hon. Isabel Dawson. "  The group headed by Mr. Don Pye  presented the Minister. ..of Municipal Affairs with, a short brief outlining the pollution hazard threatened by transfer of  a private lease in the long narrow  arm  of Secret Cove to the Royal Vancouver  Yacht Club.  The Minister agreed to investigate the  situation after Hon. Isabel Dawson told  the group that she has recommended to  Hon. Ray Williston that the lease be  cancelled.  The   group's  brief  stated:  The   attached  item in the  Peninsula  ,Flying  Club Acquisition  Flying club, with its headquarters at  the Municipal Airport at Wilson  Creek, last week took possession of  a two-place Cessna 150. The 1966 aircraft was bought by club members  4n joint ownership after-a long search  for a plane suitable for their needs  and within the right price range.  After looking into available planes  in the United States and across Can  ada, the ideal model was located at  Pitt Meadows and by strange coincidence turned out to be the former  property of club president Harold  Estebrook. Club members from left  are: -Joanne-Postlethwaite,^Frank,  Leitner, Peter Bandi, Jim Postle-  thwaite, Bill Bryson, Andy Vander-  horn, Jack Clement, Shiela Tait,  Harold Estebrook.  Imaginative scheme . . .  Hon. Dan Campbell reveals  secondary industry project  PARTNERSHIP with the people, is the  pledge of the Social Credit Government, said Minister of Municipal Affairs,  Hon. Dan Campbell speaking in Sechelt  way    reiateu   lu   lug   piuijcitv    uwuci.   n      ikx_.ni.    uiecu    care    uu    aner   us   western        ..-.,,-, ^ ,     ������,���-.- ���   ���_  recent bush  fire  there  led Jo enquiries     portion** Route A so thatit'-wou^ss    Times-tJUly: 5   1972,; ^fly,.and^ c^arbr    on Satugay evening.  ,-, ���i r,^����T> i.^vJi,i.A.^,^��:j^j   ������_���   ���_-::<'���____���_    ...':?_���",���__���__������_..-t f..'-.:.i.!.:<L.     ronnris-<ho nrnhlem, created bv the Lianas       '^The Tiorne Acduisi  by. council and RCMP hav^beeh''notified  accordingly.  QUICK RETURN  Bennie Billie of Sechelt arrested for  causing a disturbance while drunk August 17th was released early August 18th  and ordered to appear in court at 10  a,m. He was picked up again shortly after that time and again charged���causing  a disturbance while drunk. He finally  appeared before the Judge on the 19th  and was sent to jail for two months,  30 M.H.P. LIMIT   At the request of Hon. Isabel Dawson  a water" source, avoid homesites" which  would have been affected by the original  route, and also give tra'vellers a viable  access to the village of Gibsons. Every  by-pass creates a loss pf business in direct  proportion to its distance from business  centers. Not only the Gibsons Council,  but also the Sechelt Municipal Council,  the Gibsons and Sechelt Chambers of  Commerce, as well as local businesses,  have accepted Route A as the most generally  viable  course.  "The local editor, from his past pol  ....      .  . _:_       .  .   ''-1 .  reports:the problem ci'eated by theLands"  Department,;   Water   Lease   Division,   in  granting a transfer of an. existing private  lease to a large yacht club.  This was done in contravention of a  previous application that was rejected by  the Regional Planning Board and the  Lands Department.  The issue centres around the hazards  of pollution and ��� congestion in, a .small  drying arm of Secret Cove.  Additionally the authority and judgment of the Regional Planning ?oard has  itical"exm:^onsr"^ems"^^\^^{^en been..completely, ignored,onceJheir prig,  a- strange bedfellow in the candidate he 'nal recommendation. Was^ made against  has adopted. In fact, like Loki,'the wick-  '^The'TIciintS" Acquisition grant has been  a direct partnership with the people, and  what brings mQre stability to tlie family  unit than the family home, said the  Minister. Since 1969 one hundred thousand people in B.C. have been helped towards home-ownership by that one grant  alone., and that represents a lot of stability.-.  Mr. Campbell pointed, put. that Social  Credit has positive programmes and is  proud of its record that once a committment is made, it is not withdrawn but  expanded.,..,.;  ��.���� ,vVv   ,._ ���  ���M  Speaking of the future, Mr7Campbell  a new' lease. The Lands Department has    explained a new programme which will  Zellerbach is phasing out the pulp industry, Mr. Campbell said, "this is as  much my responsibility as Mrs. Dawson's." He believes in this area's importance in making the middle coast of B.C.  .-a viable .part of. the province.        '  The Minister ..of Municipal Affairs also  referred to 'the formation of instant  towns and municipalities in the province  which .brought decent homes, hospitalization and education to people working in  resource industries rather than having  people  live in company towns,  Children's Fish Derby  final day August 26  SCHOOL re-opening may be just around  -.vi.-^.the.-^cor.ner,..._but_..betw.een^r^then.j.an4r   now, there is one big treat in store for  children under twelve who live, or are  on holiday in the area from Sechelt to  Wilson  Creek.  It will be out with the life-jackets and  fishing   rods   and   onto   the   Davis   Bay  -wharf,- next  Saturday,   August 26th-. -for- ���  the final day of the Children's Fishing  Derby organized by Mr. Charlie Brookman and his hard-working committee.  There are lots of nice prizes . to be  won including the unclaimed Gold Medal  for the landing of a killer whale, which  nobody won in June so Mr. Brookman  is keeping the contest open.  The derby commences at 11 a.m. with  a break for the pie-eating contest around  noon and lots of goodies such as icecream, pop and candy, then back to_ the  rods to land that"big fish which has to  beat the 15 lb cod landed by Charlene  Baldwin in June, to make-anyone else  eligible ' for the Charlie Brookman''" trophy. The contest ends for the summer  at 4 p.m. when prizes and the trophy  will be awarded on the lawn of Bella  Beach  Motel.  '  __  Mayor investigates ...;......  Residential boaters pose  the Department of'Highways:,has'placedr7e^^  30 m.p.h. signs from Selma Park through  Davis Bays, The previous 40 m.p.h. signs  ��� ,l " will go back -this- fall" until "the -next  summer., season, Stop signs aro also to  bo erected at intersection of side roads  at Davis Bay.  archer to shoot his innocent mistletoe  arrow at Baldur, he has merely taken  advantage of the���"presence' of this7candidate, and of the visiting former resident,  to cast his barbs. In the process, he has  struck, not only his mysteriously habit.ual,  supposed enemy, but also a person whom  lease to allow the applicant yacht club  a means of circumventing the wishes of  residents;" the judgment ��� and recommendation of the Regional Board; existing residential zoning; plus the oh tho spot examination ancl recommendations of your  ���fellow minlsier, Mrs.' Isabel P. Dawson,  province.'" People .'with -ideas' :in manufacturing need a little incentive to use  those, ideas. To ,help thorn .through the  most difficult first years, the Provincial  Government will form, a Crown Corpora-  lion known as the British Columbia Development Corporation with a fund  ot  problem al Porpoise Bay  MAYOR Ben "Lang is to ��� investigate a  situation at tho Porpoise Bay wharf  regarding vessels berthed for lengthy  periods and serving as living quarters.  There ard,.no sanitation facilities for hab-  o��jj^w,->��u ciwiiiv   wm tw.TJU a jjurHon wnom    Tciiuw iiMiu^iur,  xyjus.' abmwui j.-, wmwbuii.    l,Tl~'r"7i'u    ~a Vi       t nnrni 'will ho at the     'i'nero aro ,no samuuion tannines i,or rnxw   ,     ...   ,.,..  h��t   a     ]      ,.       ..... _ - .... . i   . niitn   rvf   rtnrt   rtttv   f>f��n1.   InlfM'GHl   111   U1U   111 Bl�� . "  rebuffed by 1X.A.  ANOTHER, vindictive attempt to c'In-  , credit Hon. Isabel Dawson w��h made  by means of a ropprt, in last Saturday's ,  .'Issue of'the Vancouver Sun, in which the  MLA was accused of making the decision'  im to route of tho proposed highway relocation at Gibsons. .   '   ,,,        . '" .  'From lho report/ which published the  Views of a few .opponents, it was clour  politics wore being played over th'o roud  u which  alrondy  has been  delayed  some (i  yoam A delegation led. by regional board*  chairman Harry Ahpond  is clalitiod lp  .,,havo,,6onortoYlo|orin to discuss tho rd��  colfitly ' 'uniibiincii��cl"i'buto wltliJ'J'i^lKliwi��yfl''  Department officials. ..',>���  part, as his MLA, in bringing good things  ,,,, to ,tho community ho now,, seems to want  to destroy,"  Board���we solicit your' vigorous assist  anco in,.correcting a grley,quRlterror.,.an.,the  part of the Lands Department staff.  RCMP kept busy . .  es  calm pi Sunshine Coast  rate of ono per cent Interest in the first"  year; two pel' cent in tho'second year  und so on but nevoivexeecdlng1 tho prime.  Interest r��to, IVlr. Campbell said thut by  tho tlmo most people qualify for a normal bank loan, tho business Is well established, This ono helps tho Individual to  fjot started,  .��� ��� ���. ...\ ���,  ,  ..��.���, ,,,,. .,,...;,,,  .,.,: This' is a partnership with the oi'di^  nary porsoii, nuld Mr. Campbell not wim  multi-national corporations who arc well  . able ..,16 .obtain" funds Jhrough normal  chunnolsi. Giving an example, Mr, Campbell rof erred' to a distillery in lho Olum  result,  '!,>,, Aid, Ted Qsbarno said, hehas.noticed,  an increasing number of boats ticlng up  at tho wharf and staying on permanently,  People are living in many of them and,  he said, ho is quite suro few have any  toilet faclUllos, Those that havo also pose  "a problem! of I pollution In the bay. ITur-  ther, visitors to the aroa frequently have  nq space to tie up and havo to move  away again.  ' 4M". Nelson agrepdZbut   added that,  motor vehlolos-alsb pose a problem by  tho second charge of i>on-cnpltnl murder  in two weeks, Local RCMP had recently  ���Jv*Gurnoy^lonfl��tlmo��obJooto��w^  pror'osod'route, Is reported to Ivjvo stated  i"Ofl'lch\lH'.-'''ridiculed that the.Department,  would hi.vojpri'jfoi'rpd to conduct further,.  studies before finalizing thin route'1'but  K*  ..'..*        I _ .   i    . ... . I'  .. 1 _ :'   '   ��   _        I    . I     7 t .  .    '���  USUAL qulot atmosphere of Secholt and    still investigating,  ', District was 'broken, last, week with   .'        ^(,   ^      ,;' |   _,��� ,  Gunnar Ferdinand "Wldmun, aged '10  a plea of "not  o  tho  ohorged with  "hit and run".  '    ...  S'oi-goant 13111 Saiuido'rH.of.tho Booholl,     " Wldm'an was  nrreH.tod near Socholt,  Detachment  Mr, Rayno.i  dealt, with,. the, death ���by, burning of,,a u9.LP.9fL.^  child at West Porpoise Bay when they   ' fiullty"  v/hon  bo  appeared  before  wore galled to a homo 'at ltoboi-ts Crook     .V^gQ ]^ ffr,Woy In,Socholt,ohorged  were pressured-into*hfcquiclv*dcM^ Drivoy,  rtMrs, Dawson nnd >HighVynVs   Minister    HKOd 41 was found to havoVbeen 'slWt.  Wesley Black,"  ,���3X 6 *Uw hSio *   April,HOlh,following informal^ laid h,v Governments  sharlg   >����...,.���_,  Leslie CS ,�� young glrUwho had been  punhonKor of wages and salu'les, Jhta  i ^   omed  bi^CM^ on' a bicycle that had been ...truck by "classrooms wllhout walls',    id hm (  cdn  arts Ciook. last lucsday AU   . ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ pQ|ih)> ()|. cn)ployol,H m.��� t)n|y u,��� willing to Iraln  miln Road, Rider,of tbe bike, eleven yotw ,voun�� people thin way.  old Kathleen Blctk' was taken' to hoHpltiU G E NIU S  lit n t      t * . i ' *    ... - ->- ���  ligari wblch, he said, received federal nld;''parking on tho wharf for long" periods of  "they dipped into tho taxpayers1 pocket    tlmo.  When,thoy could have used normal phan<- .;' Mayor Lang suggested ho would ln-  nols of flnanco'V said Mr. Campbell, ' v6s,tlguto Ihq matter In order to ascertain  YOUTH legalityT)f tho situation and what stops   'SpGaklrig-bf olhoi"ways to train ypung "^""llm'Kkt take to remedy it. , ���   ,  people, Mr, Campbell suld.,th^t on the    CAMPER9  fetefe Gordon  drew  attention  "Sidr^mberinmiiiuod'bFtho^Pw^  '"   ,lK1   ^'y1110'^'   out near the public^ beach  ipa at the  the sidewalk-area, .It. was^ further sug-!>^  gosted that the RCMP be asked to keep  an eyo open for offenders.  Building inspector Harry Gregory reported that he had inspected an old  *building�� brought-into��tho**vlllage����some  years ago for rcnovallon as a home, A  completion date had boon sot at the  'time'and' assurances given that it would  bo of good appearance, 7     . .  The Inspector said tho building instill  unfinished but the owners havo promised to complete 11, within tho next  week or so; It ' appears tlroy have to  movo In',ribxt. inonlli, 'HO has ,'llVorefore'  given them ono month in1 order t,p corn-  plofo the job. ��� '",.�����.  Mayor Langrtsuggested>��tho,.matter bo  kept on���;Jianduindro strict'check made  to ensure  the, regulations' are complied  with. .���',������.'  j"i*j��fl*S��t ��� f ffAii.Vfi'-'jj^iti^ls'  B.C. is o  beautiful place  mrfV  r*mm��immwt$mMW*w>��>*te  Roitd,^Robbrts Ci^ok^^aflrTucsdixy\Au-  Mrs,'Dawson asked to comment on the ���  -" reporlr told-thO'Tlmcnr'Mhcaepeoplonro-  ,   nlmpiy playing iJollllcs, There ,1s no truth .  in Iholr ollogailons, a decision was reached, by. the Department and as 1 do. not  profess to be an engineer 1 have to1 go  ,,   along with,Its "findings, it, would  liuvo.  been to my advantage,., id. this tlmo, to  havo passed llio'mallei' over until- after  the olcotlon, but ��� It is not my policy to  ,   beooino Involved ln subterfuge,"  Tn7P"T>rnrcl Ifiaio^Drtii^i^nnicRtonri^wiir)--'  thus  fai'  appcni'i,  to  have  avoided  the  Taken''to 31, Mary's, hospital, Duvlo  wan on "(the operating table. until (MO  p,m,��� nt���which-timo-ho - died,,- Sheeting  took.place about,noon that day.  ' Raynor Brupnmol, aged (13 wuh arrested and charged with,non-capital murder,  lie appeared before .ludgo Charles 'Mlt>  tolstoadt next day and i was reriuuidod  I'o tho Lower Mainland'Regional Corrou-  llnn  Centre  ponding,  appoaranca , for * a  trlnl'dnlo,!  ���  ' ���'         ' ���  .   Davlo... Hruniiiioll'ri Mtepsou, Is uiidor-  "lllW'irriO'"l)nva"booirllvlijR-lirn''trMlJcr-on  the Bruinmoll  proporly;' l'olji.o  conflse  end of Boulevardi 116' wondered 11" It  mlidH liave beet) caused by campers, ln  tho area.  Mayor ^ Lang replied that, ho'' under-  stunds it "was at i\ snuill campslto on  prlvnto proporly In ,ihat nrqu "If such Ih  Donft mess  it up  0-  < *  with   facial   lacerations,  hbr    passongoi'        Mr. Campbell Hald that In British Ool,    ,  ........... ... ,   ���--..������,   - ���      ,,,      .  ____<_  eight year "old Correon'Brown was un-    umbla thorc, is no mystery about -how the* -thQrcoBo.rtlion^wo-wlU^h^yo ;to  takb    IJ Dy'infr  "-Kvldonco by 1ho girlH wuh that limy  woro oul for a' ride on the bicycle ul  about 7 p.m,. April liDMi when u pli'k'iip  truck came around a bend on Uh wrum.  side'and'Hlriick them. TluV'drlvcr fiill-'d  lo litop, Kathleen wan'Injured' abdut Hu1  heiid bill Correon was unhurt and i.l'l"  to glvo'il 'doHoi'lptloii ,01" lho voliiolo,  ���  PolUio ovldonco togothor with that, ul'  *nnaliWfi".T.yn^  from tho ImieU driven liy'WIdmau innlol  There Is only one mnirco and that In fvopu,^.ciunplnH.JiVj!l.o��ylll��"Bo"..4,Ho. |��diled Unit  ^lj()����^��Mfy<.tt1W*������^l*J'01%f(l^?  #^4> Wm(��wiM��fl^.&��=fMw< '  lhe laxpayors aiid this money Is, managed  on behalf of the taxpayers, Premier W.  A;..pnJ3oiuioU Is a real geulurt' In lho  moniigi|ment, of-this money, and all tho  proijrmftmoH result, .from managing l'ln-  unoo properly, Thin Im tho only part nr  Canada which bikes evory single nleklo  the niiUtor has boon discussed .previously With the property owner \vho plated  It, \vitH merely a young rolatlvo; camping  out "however, from,tlmo to tlmo It,hcohih  a gung moves lu",-ho added,  It, was ngrood tho sanitary inspector  Hi Id f j re eh lof be ��� asked to report on * the",  the, way  io action!  and spends it all on services' to pooplo,, situation but   first���Mayor Lang will  fln'd~Onmpbclirwho~wldodH.hto��lH^^  Bunslilnu ,Coanl,. was seemingly dragged, uied.u ,303 rlClo'itnd Invest Igallonh are_   irtVliunmlnaH^fiMMutiiQ imdiv damagoil    ti����w1 level.  i..i .   ii mi..i    i...i    i     i."ft I I .... "i ...i ii....    ii...    I....I.i.,..,i . . .     �� . ."        . .   .      ' ���' r >������ '��'in  ��'  reverse of what is linppunlng'��l. tb�� Nu-  Jh^Xodayii^Classifiodi'nMjL  ttt��\_,,r��.n.i "VwmiwMuuHWWHwiMmitM,  into lho ooiifllet but In an interview a  the Times ol'flen, when banding in copy  ��.oLju JeUei^UoJiiud^enLla JhaJ 11 uhwoy it  MlnlHtor, 11 was clear he know almost,  ^iloiruril^  sjioaklng from one side of the fence.  . 'An ono of'our prominent citizens ttold  the Thpos "when supporters of a certain  ��� political parly sink,sufficiently "ow'tlial  they use thn rund situation lo discredit  a hard working and oauoloiitlouH MLA  like Mrs, Dawson, Hindoo nm only Irust  thut party novor mtnlns power",'  continuing regarding the' incident.  .BREAK. AND ENTRY  .iluyulo, Also Uml the girls had boon on      , Jn Brills".    Columbia, every i  ulngla  the correct1 side of tho highway whrn    ��.ucUlo,la. Uidgolted or noes into sorvieu  Aftor   a   short,   chase,   Sergeant  iffll  "SinuHVonrapprblTerrid  who had,Jusl, left tho PonliiHlda Drive-  In   at 4:30 a.m,  August  17th  after  ho  ���had forced an ontry and.Molcn goods,'   The' culprit, .Touch I in V.\\\\, a|)ponred  before .lodge Mittelsteadt the following  day and was sentenced lo three, months  In Jnll, Two others are wiHpeiMcd of being  Involved in tho break-in and pollco are  ^truelt,  ���fe��������WM����al*����  eliminated by tlie recent ono way  Defence offered was Unit Wldman'liiul    Hold lhat"i|n51nilIIornuirgono~mioTpra  for llio neon id.'emphasized Campbell who    been ollm  ^nnii'id.innkiiroiTiii^  owner, Falling, sueh co<oporallon council'  W,M!Sn7SKlntLlot frontlnr   A,��co ��11 Hunnca for.^lo,. 1)0,000,.I1TU... 7   Much of tne nuio congesuon rionung'      *\nn   a1k   Eiiiiiini-Unfiiicnik��!��.���� *7r ���  Post Offlco.and business  area has  . JW A^��^ ,  the  tho youngsters and therefore' had no run*  son to stop; ';   '  , Found guilty" as 'charged, be wuh smil-  ;oneed i to one day liv Jail, fined IpOO and  suNpoiided.froni driving for Ijiree nHfiillin.  oiitalde working hours, A seeond I'lini'ii"  of driving wllh a��� blood eitfiiunt of ni.nu  thun ,013 ulcohol w��u . dropped,     '  tho province.  aupponT  Supporting Hon..Isabel nivwwm'.p'her  campaign In this rifling, Mr, Campbell  riidd ho hud worked eloi.ely wllh Mrn,  Di.wnuiri.ii ministers ot govurnnumt ami  In tlui houidng field,  along the, sidewalk areo of the paving,  Another problem Is caused by parking  In front of llio bai-ber shop ut such.an  anglo thai adjacent cars have difficulty  tn backing out, ...     ���*,  11-wan agreed lhat. a no-parking area  be markedJ'ronlhig tlie 'Wber shop und    fl|  l��o>wvw>��an>an>afa��wivi��ywa��vw<wawa*>��a>w'a��a��>��ai����y>a>��awa>iata<aai  ���rTTmflrcifl4^nMirTr8och"ovflr7;500*hbm">:  < 10,000. r��ad��ra^,4-.��~^.j��.��,��^����.f wT^4^��^,��s��w������k.  ��� Tlmoa, CloMlflod* oo INTO tho hom��i. .  not on lawns; *troet�� or In culvortt,  ��� Tlmos Clnsslflodi orb low'cbstVhlgh'-pqlency','"-  wb��Wb*  Solon tonic*,'   (  ���' l      ������>������" '<��� ���"��� ' �� ���*  ��� Ptiono linot opon Sunday; cldi|Uied  j_.__-_   _.���____,   _* *   ><*%   ��,*    ___i_i   __ _.t__\__;' j*7:& *)",   ,  iuiwrhiy'to OevAu FuUb wbvfru Crown,   ulw "Wo Parking i.lgna ^bo puintjid on  ���^WaVla^lWintW^^  1%  H �����  ~,��i  P*"*!  * .i   r.-l<.t*  %���H *>��*=Hpt*.^ ihiiu.w ffc* ��*s (*4i^*t*i^'-j'4f  f  ;x  ** i  '���r:M0^t \  \  \  \  ���\  -.���V  Fgge A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August- 23, 1972  ^��w*''*����raW**l.W��'P��>WMWMt��^^  T^ E PENINSlJJJiy^^  \  "/ 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  ^>��aft��Vwa��a#a��>��vwa������wyifitvwan<a��a��in��}nmai��iwa��irinw*��^^  ^\  Letters-to the ��diior are the opinions of readers,  and not necessarily those of "the Times.  A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, tno all originals must be sighed fry thyyri'ter.  How  Soosi   We Forget  ONE more week and the electorate will  be called upon to determine the  political and economic future of this  province. Again the decision to be made  is    pi parly .-IpfmpH���finftialism    with ils_  ever, at 71 he has far more ability and  acumen-than most men of hall" his age.  Because he is constantly attacked and  harassed by some segments al'jlie media,  public   people    rind    n.rasinnal   groups,  mania for state control, anti free-enterprise and restrictive fetters���or Social  Credit. y*  There is m> denying the massive  stridbs-j^a^eAince the Bennett government took over the reins ot* a sadly neg--  lected administration twenty years ago.  The accomplishments aVe many and  varied. It has proved a vital and progressive government with the interest of  the people as a whole at heart.  Unfortunately such accomplishments  are soon forgotten. We scream for paved  roads, senior citizens" housing, extra  ferries, increased pensions, park-sites  and many other facilities. To boot we  get such concessions 7is home owners  grants. Medical Services Plan, Home  Acquisition Plan, etc. These are all  established projects of the present government but very few people are actually  prepared to give credit where due! Instead, very mafiy seem prepared to go  along with the pitiful bleatings of opposition ��� parties who perpetuate the age  old cliche "it is time for a change, they  have been in too long".   This must surely be the most asinine  of comments under the circumstances.  It is like having a winning number at  roulette and, saying "we have been winning too long maybe we should have a  change'7  To analogize even further: Should  a new manager immediately improve a  run down business and continue to  prove himself an outstanding success for  two decades, it would be the height of  folly and stupidity to replace him with  a person of questionable ability simply  because "he has been with the company  too  long".  Premier W. A. C. Bennett is at an  age when most men have retired. How-  does not necessarily mean he h~, at fault.  The simple fact is that, these individuals-  and bodies have axes of their own to  grind.  Politics is a dirty game, lacking,  principle and fair play, and however  good, honest and diligent a person might  be, be is always wide open to scurrilous  attacPS by opposition members. We have  little doubt as to the integrity and ability of W. A. C. Bennett. He will never  be replaced by anyone of his calibre, yet,  probably no premier has ever had to  endure the unmittigated accusations, lies  and insults he has had to weather during his twenty years of progressive r,ule.  It is generally conceded that the  Social Credit government will be returned to office. In all probabilities with a  slightly smaller majority. This will be-  accomplished only if all its supporters  get out and vote. Apathy and over confidence by the voters has resulted in  disastrous consequences in the p^ist and  this time it is more important- than ever  that all votes possible be registered.  Particularly here on the local level. Our  member. Hon, Isabel Dawson, fully dc-  serves all possible support. Her success  last time was marginal and while there  are a number of vocal socialists out to  replace her this time-,-It-Should be borae-  in mind that an NDP representing us  as a member of the opposition is as bad  as having no representative at all.  Mrs. Dawson has never ceased working for her riding and regardless of opposition charges, she has done a tremendous amount of work for very many  worthy causes. The opportunity to register appreciation will be open to all  her friends and supporters next Wednesday, August 30th and, again, we  would emphasize the fact that each and  every  vote  will count.  Costly-parties  Editor,   The'Times,  Sir: According to Department of External Affair.* .figures, -the Liberal Government spentxover one million, eleven  thousand und fifty seven dollars on parties,, {������nli'i'l.iimni-i.l and "baspitality" jfa^v-  inj'Mhi- lied year piwlint'. March 3.l.sl,  11177  TIip-x included partipn in 105 overseas  wnba-v.^: at a rcct ot $';UG,5(J'4. $24,579  v..a* ..ppry  an  parher  for diplomats visit-  ing Canada which included the arrogant  "all .French" concert and banquet. on  Dominion Day, July 1st. Wine, liquor  and ehainpat'.ne at this little "do" cost  taxpayers $2.M0. Another $327,574 was  spent on "hospitality;' for visiting heads  of state, international conferences, cultural visitors and members of the foreign  press.  In view of, our continuing Marie An-  torhette attitude, one might be tempted  to suggest another Opportunities For  Youth Gran!���this time to collect scraps  from Government bhhquet tables for  distribution to our Old Age Pensioners.  Or isn't that a far-out enough project?  PATRICIA YOUNG  Candidate and You  Editor.  The  Times,  Sir:   The   Greek   philosophers   taught  Hi at the--ffmr-��^>-4o-44.^o  LillU  . (   l'..>r  .���ntial  not counting the\ thousands of tourists  who now use the road, especially on the  circular route which is so widely adver-  ;ised by our B.C. Government Tourist  Bureau. In the next ten or so years/tak-  in_; everything into consideration, think  .it the number of cars which will'be us-  nii',  this highway. '  ���      ,  11    would   seem   reasonable   that   we  h..uld conserve all available flat, arrable.  for  residential  use  instead  of. using  a fast moto&way, and*-driving pot-  residents   ttrom   TtiB   siUYOundlng  area  because of  the  noise and fumes  of  u-t  moving heavy  traffic.  As the presently proposed highway  would go for a considerable way through  the Village of Gibsons it will not be a  true cut-off, which spoils the original  idea. It would also travel -through an area which could easily be included in the  village in the next few years.  Thank vou, very much.  (Mrs.) W. Y. HIGGS  The person counts  Editor,  The Times,  Sir: From my experience of having  lived in five provinces in 'Canada and  having observed members of both federal  and provincial parliaments, many of  whom in all parties have been personal  friends, I have developed a certain cri't-  ci'ia   I'or  su^-y-pff^e^otcrers.  "because if governments did anything a-  bout tlie firsl two, they Wi-rd*. lose the  votPs nf the working,.man, and with, the  third, the votes of women. Be^cF's what,  man's heart does nor increase two beats  a\ being served by a shapely lady?"  I ��� said, "Mr, Barrett \aid that many  pensioners have to live on tea and toast  at the end of- each month." "That does  not sound like a satisfying diet," "says  Schnig. "But if pensioners got huge increases per month, that' would be one  tiling less for oppositions^ to.scream a-  bout. Every government has to keep an  ace up their sleeve, so that in case they  l^ot beaten, they can, in turn, use the tea  and  toast  motif to good account."-  "Personally," I said, ,"self .and wife do  very nicely on what we get. Besides' toast  crumbs stick in our throats, .make us  wugh,  and aggravate nur breathlessness  _\  SPECIAL, Sale of Exclusive 'Silk Scarves  Sechelt.  We never expected to end our lives getting this much, without doing a tap of  work for it.".  "But you don't pay rent," says Schnig.  "True," I said, "but the water rate, taxes, .  upkeep, ��� repairs,   power   and   heat   come  to very nearly as much as paying rent."  "Traitor," said Schnig,"11 and swept out  of the place, without even paying for my .,  beer.  J.  S.  BROWNING  LARGE  VARIETY  OF  STEAKS FOR BARBECUE  see  GLYNN TRACY  Garden  Bay Store - 883-2253  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  fairs of state was a danger to society present something valuable in the exercise  of the individual franchise to elect members to govern the province. To the  Greeks, it was a duty���to us it is a privilege as well as a duty. We have a much  more democratic system than in those  far off days.  -As a citizen, it is my privilege to sui^-  The first ; qualification is the availability of the members at all times. This  goes along with.the willingness to accept  suggestions and to answer queries. Nowhere, have I seen this better exemplified that in tlie case of Isabel Dawson,  our   present  member.  The second is the ability to get things  This new sym  stands for  something special  vey the slate of candidates and vote for  the one whom I think will represent me  in the best way. Personally, having  known   members   in   both     federal   and  Who Pays  For The Goodies?  ���honestly- |wmiso��ii'~no~  & dumiind., .ne*^ pen- slarts hnndlng m{ lhc mimmnis ^ ;;;:;l/a!j,iS,|;!;i;!j^ilc:i!;,lt r  ii economic  .nu...nu!. ,lS  not  ��  mugioinn  canublc  ol   pulling ���ny |���i(.umu developed,  nimmo  out   it  grout  cietu     countless  billions  of dollars  I'rom  thin ai h.,. m.,.w,>,,t iim., n,,,,-,. m,lui i���, .,  -��W��(vItS*'W*j, ���*Ti!M*iWt��|i*ttW,i>'*' *^*V  IT IS interesting to note that most of  the active groups seeking a socialist  government are those with increased  financial benefits as their goal. It might  be said that this is a goal we all aspire  to in one way and another but generally  have sufficient intelligence to appreciate  the fact that no government or country  is able to provide a bottomless pit  of "grab"  bags.  Private industry will bend to wage  demands only as long as the market  will permit. The time inevitably arrives  when it is simply a question of holding  the line or closing down and this is a  sit nation-Cast approaching on the American continent as more and more contracts are lost to foreign markets.  It would lire re fore seem obvious that  here in IJr.ilish Columbia, where conditions sire far more favourable than any  other  province,   a  socialist   government  or either of the also runners have no  hope '.'of .(permitting salaries .to rise even  higher and remain solvent, The greatest  problem we are facing lodny 's l'1'"1 of  avarice. Any  politicnl  party    itt finning  power on the premise it approves such  demands   will   prove   cither  stupid   or  downright deceitful. No responsible pol  ������itieian-could'  ceiling" to wage  slops l)eypnd  to maintain an economic balance  It is iml'oriimulo but u grout clcnl  of emotionalism has been injected into  ihose of the voting public who either  . are unaware of the true situation,or nro  prepared '..lo ,accept t^rything- ul face  value,  As an example we have n large nuifl"  ber of teachers-working to remove lhe  l5u,niiI?^;^<Vver'iiiiiehr'''si"iiiply because annual wage increases have'been'restricted to (>'/���} per cent. This, on face value,  would appear (llscrlmlniuioivwlicn com-  pared to Industrial wago iricrcases.  There arc, however, ill few circumstances the general' public isprobably  unaware off;  For starters, leachers in  this province  I'or their first, ten years  which, on it provluciul uveriigo, is iibpui  3  per eonl, This ihen Is considerably  higher than (iM> per cent!   Further,-,' while some of* our* senior  citizens elsewhere lnivo been led Into  thinking thoy have n common cause  wllh the lonelier group out to .overthrow  the.goycrnitientrthey.��tiro��inntyyo^ntir^ly���  MEN WANTED  ..CAT XLS  ANP ,  LIVESTOCK  ISUYEKS  K ���     i  Wrytanriwin-thlrnrciir  Trnln to puy cflUlo, fthoop  end hogs.  Wo "Will "train quhllflocl riWri!  with SQirm llvostock experience, For loco) Interview, 1  wrtwrt9d��Y -wJf b'Tow" pack* I  jroun����^|n��lud(a��.yoMr^fwll,j  address nnd phono number,  CAJ7H ,BUYPRS, INC.   W*o MfflUon  KunmiClty, Mo, C4111  VifMy CMlU imJ^tnihih /a*H||rr)i  different  ball games,  miles  apart!  For the information of our pensioners and the very many families which  still exist on $5,000 per year or less,  we submit a run down of the salaries  paid to teachers on the Sunshine Coast  ���for a .ten-month period.  We have two earning over $20,000  in   salaries   and   allowances    Two  over  $18,000,   eight   between   $15,000   and  $18,000, fifty earning between $10,000  ,and  $15,000, 41   between  $7,000  and  $10,000, and bottom of the totem pole  ���two earning slightly less than $7,000.  On top of litis are various side benefits  plus, of greatest  importance, safely of  tenure., As past .examples have revealed,  it is virtually impossible to fire a teacher.   Regardless  of  industrial  strife  and  economics, education must continue, and  despile  the  complaints  that   MV.   Bennett   is   anti-education,   let   il   be  eon-  provincial parliaments in five provinces  where I have lived, I have established  certain criteria for candidates. I might  add that although many members of all  parties have been personal friends, I still  seek the person rather than the party.  The first" note of importance for candidates is to he available at all times,  lo be willing to receive suggestions and  to   answer  queries.  The second is the ability to get things  done in the constituency which has elected the member, whether in government   Or   in   opposition.  The third is lhe continuous dispelling  of information regarding changes, improvements and sometimes revocations of  existing   situations.  These three considerations will shape  my thinking and consequent voting action. I have a feeling that many people  accept these qualifications of an individual, though I realize that there are always some who vote for the party regardless of the worth of the candidate  personally. I could never accept this^-and  as a result have voted many different  ways.  In the coming election, is there any  alternative to the person who has fulfilled these three criteria notes in the  last six years? You are important. You  must decide in the vote you ought to  give. '  '   '     Rev. Dr. MINTO SWAN  Conserve Now  Editor, Tlie Times  Sir: May 1 have the privilege of expressing a few ideas through your newspaper.   ������   ���   ������  done -and here again this quality has  been very apparent. I know this from the  early days of senior citizens' housing,  when I was much involved in this proj-  ect. ���  There seems to be nn angle which tho  sidered that the greatest proportion of people, lotorostud hi, tho Gibsons nil-off  taxation .goes 'to education.' This is not ' luivo not sei-iously''.considered.  necessarily a bad thing, providing standards of education justify  it but--thcrc  niosi cortainly has lo be a limit 'somewhere along the line,  We can but consider the affect on  taxation  if Mr.  Dave  Barrett gets his  The Socholt Peninsula and the const-  1 ilie from Snltory Buy through Powell;  Illvci', tAind'nnd up lo Bliss Landing is  tho only nroa on tho mainland west const  of British Columbia which is easily accessible to tho public, The remainder of.  As a.citizen who .has, been much more  interested in the individual rather than  the political party, I would certainly have  to commend Mrs. Bawson.  Rev. Dr. MINTC/BWAN  Ask Schhiggleiritz  Editor. The Times  Sir: The business of politics is gettmg  1o lie more and more a continuous criticism and vilifying of the government "in  silu". To clarify the situation I consulted  Schnigglefritz. ���������������'  I said, "Schnig, are all governments  really as bad as opposition parties make  them  out to be?"  "No, not really," he .said, "but oppositions usually do not have any constructive ideas to foist on the public, so they  have to vilify the: other fellows. Take unemployment for instance, which is an everlasting club to beat governments with.  Everyone screams 6 per cent unemployed. No one ever looks on the bright side  and says 94 per cent, are working. And  yet, if they did miraculously cure unem- -  ploy ment, it would be tough luck on oppositions .not to have that to scream a-  bout."  "What then do you think are the causes of unemployment?" I said. "Three  principle causes," says Schnig. "The  higher wages, the more the automation,  tlie less the men employed. The more the  strikes, the higher the wages, the less the  Willingness of investors to start new in-  dusiries. Women do the work of men;  men-used to work in banks, offices, shops,  otc,   Now   how  many   do  you   see?   Not  1 mnny."     ���������.-���    "And  what could bo done .about this  ,, state of affairs,7 I,said.  ''Absolutely'"'; nothing.,"    says    Schnig,  My j  is not a magician capable of pulling  countless billions of dollars from thin  air. ,1'ven ,he admits llia.il Premier Bennett is a financial geniuus, Therefore,  the simplei fact is lhat ir lie is to improve  things, then it can only bo lit Ihe great-.'  ly .increased  expense of the taxpayer.  *H#MW*M"WW*Mlf����WUWUWl��*W^  r published .\\"cdnc.fldny?i nl Sechelt  ori fl.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  Ro\ycH River Mow Town Crlor���   ScclieR Times Mel.  i, Box 310-Secholt, B.C.  ���""������Silblwp^  i   JLocai, $6 per yonr, Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U,S,A,, $9, Overseas, $10.  Serving tlw areaIrotjfi'PBt Mellon to Egmont  (t{o\Hr Sound jayervls Inlet)  ��ra^y,��w����t.Maj<��iw��M.y;��.��v^��f��*aW��Mafa��a��v��a��a����i����aa��a��a����M����aawl  ,    ." ��� "I1* I     I .Ill"'  ' ",   any hceomu dovolopod,  Al tIk* primont tlmo llioro must dc a  minimum of .'10,0(10 rwldonls IjoIwoimi  I'or! Mellon and lillss Funding, all of  ��� ,whom, use Iho Sunshine, Const hlghwny,  In 110 or' 15 ytHU'M.illnu. -this poiuilullou  nuild onslly b<i doubled In numbor, I'on-  |)lo have miud pensions now and are nl-  .wayH, looUlnt|-l'<>iv.p|o��.saiit, places to live  In t'OtlroibontrT think that nur void oHlnh-  I'lrniH wllFiitlost to thai, Wo cannot, couni  so much on miiiondury Indimlry im thoic  Is the problem, and.cxponso of iho foi'-  (rlen, and also hoi lho wide choleo of employable pooplo hero such im Ihuro Is In  Survey and similar districts In tho Fnifwr  Valley, "]v " '��� -  Thoreforo, it would scorn vory foolish  lo sacrifice uood .I'osldonllul land tiueh us  Is proposed for Tloulp A pf lho Gibsons  by-pass,, fu'1 M"*".. .IhpufliindN  of  ii'iuisluni  pooplo who i'Qgulnily usu tint highway on  tholr way to tholr homos fni'lhor up lho  const, iriioro nro ���uppvo'dmatoly 25,000 nf  I hew people nt, the' present time; thin in  plqns tc your desires ��� Specialist  inw"Gec1ar-'HornesrGothlc-~Arches;  Saunas. Homes remodeled ���-  Nothing too small.  885-9066 - 525-1315  B<jx 78��, Sechelt $�����  We believe there's something special about tha  quality of foods grown right herein British Columbia. To back up that belief - and to help you  recognize B.C. food products - we're introducing  a new "home-grown" B.C. symbol. You'll be seeing  It on signs, Iabel6 and cartons - and wherever it  appears, you can be sure you're getting a genuine  B.C. (product. YPb'H |'so spe the .symbol in a  province-wide advertising campaign for B.C.-  grown produots. Look for the new "home-grown"  B.C. symbol and give your support to our agricultural industry. .,.  GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  **        ��� "���  ���      -' ��� '  Department of Industrial Development,  TradQ.,and.Commerce.  Hon. Waldo M; Sklllings, Minister  Department of Agriculture  Hon. Cyril M. Shelford, Minister  I  ���^mmsftft^xm&'fifi^fi^  49 WMW(faiy����Wlip��fe��i��M��|aw)  UPAGUE  BOWLING  . '.,. STARTS  SEPTEMBER 2nd  ALL BOV/LERS SHOULD  START FORMING THEIR  .LEAGUES NOW , .  ���||IBWWl��ilB*MrPSJ^H!!M^^ ��� '* +1  A SPECIAL INVITATION TO SENIOR CITIZENS TO  FQRM A LEAGUE ,, ���   '  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY     385-2311  II! , i  LET'C -' AA A ���liT'C  T|jjP:' wc THP  ^#!WW��ftM^WlW^^  wwiiiBMaiWjiawJmi^^  ��wbBt^��^>w#^^^ft��^  ANDERSON YEARS  ..*.  David Anderson  HAWtTgn^en^f-i.r.  David Anderson, leader ?f ffffi-Liberal,Pja,rtyJnM.C:,,Is deeply, concerned about the  envlronmentt-^HIS'perponal^  effectively stalled $he b/ulldfnp ojf��� flfo: Alaska pipeline.  If���fie cares this much  about the land, think what 'fie ,cm do fpr people. You veto f/i>r David Anderson  for Premier "of British Columbia when you yot& f/prJi/Hke Blaney.  vi.  VOTE LIBERAL  liKM'TC  ..'  f_  Mlko Blaney  MACKENZIE  ���*��V|  . 11;-1-7^"yif',M.|..jl.��� ,i,i|i ,(|1.^fr^Jjt'WJ1  ,!)*J.i.'H|.7i;7"it 7,'7'f7,il,.|i/t,i'v;i|^i  ''��� 7   ',' 'i'i '��� }' 'iiV'11*'111  '''i- !' i  ,* 77 t 'vi,;,)  il  "I  :j|V'HiVJH71"'''*''''-' ��������� nirvi'i  ,.W_iMiiltii. i,0 y ^U i-l(|,  a,,, 4Hh,t>;ti,7, ;> 'i|iwli't(j|W-.��K^iiil��  ��� -i'ip.4 I'i,  in \ti.\< to-7  Points scheme revised  for speeding offences  MARGINAL speeding violators will receive fewer penalty points and excessive speeding violators will be assessed  more point's in a revision of the NMotor  Vehicl^Act_re_gula_Uqns,_announced today  by   Attorney-General   Les   Peterson.  The present penalty assessment is 3  points for all speeding violations and  when a driver accumulates 'nine points  he is required tp take a defensive driving course or face a licence suspension,  Mr. Peterson said.  Under the revised plan people exceeding the speed limit by*,, 10 mph or  less will receive two penalty points; over  10 mph, but hot mow: than 20 mph, three  penalty points and more than 20 mph,  the penalty will be four points.  Mr. Peterson said the rate of deleting  points from a driving record will .also  be increased to four points a year compared to the present three points.  "These refinements of * point assessments;" Mr. . Peterson said, will more  closely reflect the severity of the inffab-  tion."  He said the new regulations will go  into effect  this fall.  ^zzzzz^^i  *x*> *Wii  ?��?SP*w**�� s\ till  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  (Sower Point Road  "V  "V^"  V  .-V    . -?7N;  A   ,'  Wednesday, August 23, 1972 The Peninsula Times  Page A  V  QUALITY AT BARGAIN  PRICES  Sekine 10 spd. Bikes, reg. 109.95  SPECIAL .������ _���������_���__:_,____.;.__.  -14' Stareraff Aluminum Boat, used,  Reg. $600. SPECIAL , ______  2 gallon Metal Gas Cans  ONLY __���  7... ....    ��l   \ 4 " ���  5 gallon Metal Gas Cans  ONLY _____ ..  \  #��  Shop atlhe-^^ of the Good Guys and Save  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  at the traffic light    ���    885-2812    ,  PENDER HARBOUR  ���    '   a   ���     FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  ���. Madeira Pork ��� 883.2374   GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  _JV^TOR:_GERRY FOSTER,  "'Phonef 886-7107  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  'Rt,C4_NAJDA^^  >:or details of summer services at  Sechelt, Redrooffs, Pender Harbour  and Egmont please phone:  885-9793    ���    885-2133  885-9673    ���    885-2320  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday.School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  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.nf,  Gibsons' United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a,m,  "��� ' Port'Mello^United^^^'fi'r''?1'"?-::'  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m,  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  '" Ministry        ^,,,,,^,,^,  Rov. J|m Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Final   Preparations  Built ior all weather living, the catamaran "Oyana" is virtually fool  proof with no potential hazard overlooked and is an example of first  class workmanship. The family who  chose to remain nameless are seen  making last minute preparations  prror-tn���leaving for Sointuia," "nor tlr  of Vancouver Island where they will  spend the winter prior, to a voyag  o warmer climates down south.  _fmmm"mm^'9rim_rmMv_wMwmw_w_w_wmwmwmmw_w-MvmmwmrMrarMWMr_wMWMWmmn_4_  dffMmeaMgffs_via__vMMM__yrMMMMMMit^  IS  By Appointment Only  Phone 883-2602  ROALCOGOR RANCH  GARDEN BAY ROAD  PENDER HARBOUR  ^uii/iittigttfuigMjrfffffr^gffursgffMJt/F  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This-free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Timesv direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad'!r"PleasBT-nore_trrat_Si3aTeiT5_ irifntednan^~sonre_^^vanc^~aatesArlria7~  have to wait their turn; also that this is (."reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  MHUHHHHIHI  Aug. 23���8 a.m. SMT Depot, senior citizens charter bus leaves for PNE.  Aug. 23���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Aug. 24���1 p.m.-9 p.m. Seaside Plqza, Gibsons. Advance poll. Provincial  Election.  Aug. 24���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall. Bingo.  Aug. 25���1   p.m.-9 p.m. Seaside Plaza, Gibsons.  Advance poll.  Provincial Election-. ���  Aug. 25���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  Aug. 25���7:30 p.m.  Halfmoon Bay. P.W.P. Coffee and Conversation.  Phone 885-2396. .'.������.'  Aug. 26���8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tillicum Bay Resort Polls open for garbage  collection plebiscite, Sandy Hook - Tuwanek area. "  Aug. 26���11 a.m.-4 p.m. Dayis Bay wharf. Children's Fishing Derby..  Aug. 26���1   p.m.-9 p.m. Seaside Plazaj-Glbsohs. Advance-pdlrProvincial Election.'  Aug. 30���DON'T FORGET TO VOTE. PROVINCIAL ELECTION DAY.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  j Multiple   Listing  Service  Vancouver Real Estate  ��*=*44-, Board .^^-.y^iji  REAL ESTATE     .  INSURANCES  Phone 885-2235  Or  call  foil   Free  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  from   the   Greater  Vancouver  Area  ZEnith_2021  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Unusual Arrival  Catamaran with a different.look was  the source of considerable interest  when it pulled in to the Porpoise Bay  wharf recently during a cruise in  local-waters; Builtvover a period of  several years'toy its owner, a former  Safe Motoring  IF A large flying insect! enters, the cm'  in which you're traveling, try to "keep  "ypur,'cool."'''''"'''':V'lt," -.������"<�����������"'"'" ���'.'-'���"-;'- ->-"���*- -  That's the advice of the B,Q, Automo-  7',i'  ��naMWiMfaMnfinn<a<afin>u��nnnn<af��niM<<ui<wana��nn<wwHf<Miaw>  Bapf/sL'C/iurch, Services.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  7,        Mermaid and Trail, Socholt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  885-9668  cA^i^jto^^RSfl'S  v:  L  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening.Fellowship 7:00 "pm  886.2158  Rov, J, E. Harris, Intorlm Pastor  886-7776  employee,,at,;Qce^  ha" is 40'X207 It has fully equipped sands of motorists have' followed "-natural  living quarters in one hull and sleep-' , impulses   and   panicked    under  similur  ,ing quarters in the other,with.a,cen-?, circumstances,,. CQpsequently,���imany.6f  tre  wheel    house.  The high    split- them wound up in traffic accidents,  sprung mast ds tensioned for added ,   insects-especiaiiy of the stinging vur-  strength and  stability.  Apart from M���-*��� known to frighten most poc-  ���sails,  tlie  vessel is powered toy a ple'7chlld.ren ln. particular. This fright  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  (R.S:B:C:i96d CHaptSF306;W6CChapter45)  vV61vow6'wffiotoi?r  .'I/..H)'  NOTICE  ;$7JirQK . Wwrdnco j'of /altrktods'^;;',:  PJtoino your Resident Ajgiont  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  canMturn,,into,��iT)lndless��.hyHtcria^8houlcl��U4-  porson find himself ...suddenly entrapped  with a flitting bug in such close quartos  a. air automobile's interior.77 '!  ., Rather, than attempting to "swat lho  interloper, which might succeed only in  ���Halting tho bug aggressive, BCAA roc-  I *fV$si(..H a?jmi&$s><��*m*; MMfrU i A fees  GENERAL ELECTION  AyM^T3Q,1^72  ��s^w^^*tWi#?''M.^"i,6��w*��r Hll i.^:*^iM-^t:^*w^^f4iU.f*.*'*=*^!*';'4*!wi!r< t*  'Mion,  pussengors    and    driver    should  McMy oxit through lho door oi- cIooim  nwoy from llio road   ��� Tho doors should bo, Jcft opon until  lho lnsoot has found1 lis own way out,  This usually doosn'l lake long as "it Ia  JubI as horrified by> th'o oxporlonco uh  its' accidental travoUng compnnloiiH.  |'';l;m!,il'j!i.,",,3 \ 'if >,'7;rn*r.T,n:7.  r.>.'   ft      '������'��� i'       I'      f    'i     |���    ���       ' t      ''  :i,.', -.,-. ,    ', "v.,',... i- .i��,l <.-'..,'..     -   ��� ���   .nl  S����j��ftMAjrv .^^^'l^'ft^jfc ' '':  ���E;'  ft*  y mMihiMK^*,-!  w  ;    EASY SUMMER LIVING   .  BEAVEK HOMES  VmW i-l'FiPl^T \    ' "factory liomos, Our fully llluslralod  VA*-,'4>y-Mii,^..\\is;   ,     arranoo flnanclno lalloracl to your b  Now You Can Stop Wishing  ancl Own That Droam House  ffl_  M  ���7$k  Sue how much,moro you can got for your monayl'Doavor'  has o cornploto soloctlon of 1-13 boclroom proclslon built  factory homos, Our fully lllustralod color booklet shows  '  r'nceds'ond'Wo'con':  budaai, ,. . ,  tl  m  Dlhcovar lor'yQii^olf |iiht how oqiiy.lt |u'|t> own q now  Uoavo'r homo, Coll us. lodoy, It't. on Invafilrnaiit. In .'your  fomlly'�� lulura-r-cind ,q happy oxporlonco,  P^AVER  ,  SorYlna Canndlnos  |or oyor.60 years '  , wltli contldonca  "OA  .HnitVt^^t  Uollvoiy'li.' Immodlatoly mjihI you'io  ilvlnu In your,now homo bofoio you  Isnow It, Tlw�� I' n ',ocal roproaontP-  ,tlvQjiuquLpi;qqwwhoJ<npw8jio7bull;l-  Ino roaulqllona'anfl wllr, porhonalUo  ^BEAVER  BEAVER HOMES>- Pox 248, Surrey, B.C,  Knclonod U 50c (or my 197* llomoi Proclturos  NAME. ,  STREET,  H>��-*Jae#J����*W��*^t5  i    iv>j  CITY    ;.   PHON Ewm/u  j Qwnw,a*|ot*'YF.S",(**,')**N NO^"1-) ���  ^Aolauro Homos      ( <)  Conventional  {���)'   l'T-23-3  J7T  $'  z_  MlE^ESaMi'tllM  0;��.V';'��.  ill illiMA  .mi  Drizzle or dazzle,  It's rainwear  MIATw^.to.��Woar��*ln����.tlio.��rjilii-����.-  UiIh HprlngV Tho m\mo mow  .colorful ,00111,,.tout or.loppoi- ���  you  wG��r .in  tho  wind  mul  tho nun. ���  ' "Allrvrenllior In "tho wnlcli-  wordj'-nnrl tho now Hllhouol-  tofl'of lho Hoation aro Hlylod  to. go nnywhoro, anyllmo,  ���<���"- Look1*- for-'-smocks'-In�����U���*  longthH,     Chlnono . ihandiu-ln  collnra Mid quilting, naval ol\   '  flcoi-H* ,coatH,N Nhuiililur   ptnln .  uml dfbppod hIouyois und lunn  .cuiilti'uul. mi1 lho hltm tu ihivoi-  ���im.jri. flronii��H- nnd iikh'tti,  0,r,   at   thn ' othop  oxIitiui\  'lihnrl., HhlrtiHiiiln   aiul  'mniii'li  ' '  topn vviirij wllh wohthor m.li��-  ���tnnfpnttisr*���------���7^ ��  '    Tho    nowoKt   .falirl'u:    "nMS'  ' clothni'---polyurolhanott,    uluiir,  , pliiHltu   uo|i(atl   tUniihaiiiii   In  groat   big   t��bloc)oth   ohfU'lui,  ��Ciaiivu��,*8CQrj,u��lMjr_ftncU.��hi��u-���  aro  uIho   yory   much  ou   lb"  Heona,- along with cotton pt��|>-  IIiih, ' clonlniH and ruggotl flux-  on weaves.  1 Tho colorn; ntupllghl yollow, -  bright -rod   and  Kolly, h*'",0'"�� -  iih woll iim pulo naulrulu, navy  nnd blade.   ���    >  ADVANCE PO  Take notice that ap Advance Poll will bo hold for registered voters who have  reason to believe that they will be^ unable to attend a polling place oji  -WednosdayrAugust��30r1972.-lf"-ypu-are��unable-to��attend"an-'Advance-PolMn^  your own Electoral Plstrlct you-may attend, any other Advance Poll In tho  Prince. .  ��� _ \       ���   I. 11  i\m        '      ,',.>,        :,'   ���Thursday,* August 24; 1972.::;::^:  Friday, August 25,1972....:.���  Saturday, August 26,1972   1 t       t  IMUllWq |M��tWN>MlWINp  ,1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p;m,   ���1:00 p.m!. to 9:00 p.m.  ���1;00p.m��to9:0Qp,m.  BiMAw^j   ���>#.���.l#|f   1-��I^P.J|*  PLACE  tioasjdo Pln~car 1b38 Qowor Point Road, Gfbaons      /  Provincial Court Houso, 62^t3 Walnut St., Powoll Rivor  ",' r.''  ,    ._  ,AMo^lMlnntonni,JRoturningjO^^  District .��� '  ; '  '' i '',���'  1 ��m. iWti*��WlgWW^*itmiiHWM  ^  wJirtw-jiwi  iWaWHWiOl*"*  ^0^ml,��4V"*4"VIUI4ftll_t  C' ������ ���.  * ���lamina***'***  ajrttlMWartimiHWWHWaWrfl ftUUKmil^t^tt^itlmt^m  i < '   _*_.*. <tl_ I n )i\ w   .^  \  \  \  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 1972  ��ft��-afi-nwji*._nga_?<w*��C-r-.r^^  Wdtti  mSm**SlmS%niriMkAm^mmtih&**fV**t*^ ,i  REAL ESTATE .(corff..)  _i_  -V-  Sechelt - Phone 885-96S4  The PENlKSULA'yWa    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  ET?Q  Classified  wwin��fanw��affagagagaa*nnwhna^iMaiwaiwaiiiwi��Hfaiitl.a*ati����*i��>awgiia<iw��aiwa^��*waiag^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  dt Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  \  OBITUARY  -. <;���  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31.  1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion    $1.00  Three Insertions __$2.00  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 notH_aid^by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  ,riam, Marriage and Engagement  "notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  wards per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events tqke  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rotes���  By Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outsido Local Area . $7.00 yr.  U.S.A.   _ $9.00 yr.  RLATCHFORD���Suddenly on  August 13, 1972, Barry Bonnet Blatchford- aged K> years.  Third son af Bud and May  Blatchford of Montrose, B C,  Survived by his pvarent-V.V.ister  Dena of kilio and--brothers,  Dennis.of\Roberts Creek, Norman of Vancouver; and Marten and Robert Montrose: Private   family   service.      252-39  IN MEMORIAM  IN memory of my late Father,  Mr. Ed Black who died last  year. "Father Knew Best".���  David J. .Black, Prince George  B.C. 248-39  CARDS OF THANKS v  A kindly thank-you to all who  sent me flowers and who  wished me* well, during my  stay ' in Vancouver General  Hospital' and during', my convalescence, and to those who  have helped me in many ways  -Florence VViren.  -39  PERSONAL  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local  Area  _  Canada      Single Copies  .$10.00   yr.  _$3.S0  $4.00   15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  ond other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely on offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at arty  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  V/.iOgraphical error, that portion  or the advertising space occupied  t>y the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b"j\ the balance of the advertise-  ,T.��nt will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  4.-~-r-W-i-",- ��� , j  COMING EVENTS  DANCE Bongie al Ihe Roberts  Creole 1 In 11. Sutiiiduv, August 26 - ��::i() p.m. KolYesh-  monts. Recorded music "il. will  sound  lika  they're  on   Klugo,".  ��2(l"i-3l)  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   .  ��  ii   pleased   to  sponsor  Hit*  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Bost Wishes to tho happy  parent..  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ATIwrtOisFsonlor ��� CIUy.en.R-  Emory Scot I  \u\.   boon noIce -  tod by Brunch CIO. "Senior Cll��  Jzt'iiM AH.s.H-lullmi, St.'t'hi'll, mid  Iuih   boon  appoint.nl  hy  your  CtovoriHyttml   to  ru-i,   un  your  wimNe-llor In thin wren. If yon  ��� wod  help nr wlvleo, on tiny  problt'im,   plwum.   conttu'l    im-  by mull ur pliuii.\ Ivl.y ndtlrosn  ���1m,,K,U,,-''i,.C1U).soiih1   1J.O,   My  phono niiml.i.i' In* IIHH-tfliKl,  r  nm  uvnilublo  lu  help  In  nny  wi,.y  1   cun,  Even 'to 'J'uhI   ii  I'l'londly xvIhII,' If  you   wlnli.  1  inn  of your'own  ftj'o Kfotip,  mid  liuvn iilso hud  ))i'oi)U>niHl  mo,   muy   b(.��  of hull)  lo- yon,  Yum'  cpnl'lddiii-o  \ylll ,b��.,.ix'".  Kpiu'led,  Slunod  Emory   Si'ott,  'MO-:*')  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays,  Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-9568,  886-2078.       168-tfn  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or 886-2546. 6766-tfn  REAL ESTATE  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, . very  accessible to water makr _  ideal fpr a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  write box  708, Gibsons.  8202-t,fn  BEAUTIFUL treed  lot, lovely  view,   Howe   Sound,   194   ft.  frontage  x  76  ft. All services.  Phone 885-2010. 1'65-39  POTENTIAL     view     lot     in  Davis  Bay,  72   ft.  x ,265  ft.  All   services   available.  Phone  88.5-2122. 178-39  LOT  West Sechelt  Cleared  -  Ready  to build  $$4500   firm.  H.  B. GORDON  AGENCIES 'LTD.  Box 123, Sechelt  Phone 885-2013  GEORGIA View lot  witli pan-  oi'anpc   \iew\tip   lhe   Simn..!.'  Only $6,f.li.l.       x      '  R'RAND-new 5 rfcm full basement home, c/ose (o schools  -and shopping. A lovely family  home. The ground level bsmt.  has roughed in 2nd bath. -Tas-.  teful'y decorated throughout.  W-W on living and dining  room.   A-oil   heat.   $24,500   FP.  GRANTHAMS: Three side by  ^ side view lots. Unobstructed  view, $6,000 with low do win  payment.  GIBSONS: BrW spanking  new and built by a specialist.. Full bsrnt. home consisting of 3 bdrms., master en-  suite. Spacious hving room  feature?, .granite fireplace and  open to dining room. Glass  door t�� (leek. Large modern  kitchen and breakfast area.  Vanity bath, W-W carpet liv-  ing-dining room through' bedrooms and hall, front entry  and steps. Lower Level suitable for in-law suite with  . bathroom roughed in._. Sliding  glass door to patio. Attached  carport. A-oil heat. Be sure to  see this on. Details on request.  NEWLY LISTED: Near new  home consisting lge. "L"*  shaped living - dining room  with fireplace and view windows. Family size kitchen,  vanity bath. Pull basement  feature's completed rec. room.  Lge. 'utility area with, washroom. Furnace room and large  "cold" room. Economical hot  water heat. Grounds altrac-  t.ively landscaped ancl fenced.  Matching garage. Immediate  occupancy. $29,500 and terms  can be arranged to suit.  PROCRASTINATION IS COSTLY^ Let us show you this  charming 5 room basement  home now. Situated on 2 tastefully landscaped lots close  to beach, etc. Access to large  private sundeck from spacious  liv.-din. room. Roman tile fireplace. Bright cab. kitchen  with adjoining breakfast area.  2 lovely bedrooms feature  lgrpge closets. Completed rec  /room, hobby room. Lge. airy  storage area. Utility ancl toilet  rfi?_k"e""up the bsmt area arid  has ground level entrance. A-  oil heat. A real buy at only  $31,500 and attractive terms  are offered.  LISTINGS NEEDED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE'  8216-39  FOR RENT (continued)  . _..\......   MADF.IR.CPaYk ��� furnished  modern waterfront home, 2  bedroom basement'. A-oll heat,  Careiake lur G months frqm  Sept 1st for small rent. Reliable adults please. Phone  883-2567. 229-39  FOR RENT: Davis Bay water-,  front, two bedroom house.  Available Sept. 1st'. References required1, annual lease for  suitable tenants. Preferably no  children or animals, $175 per  month.  Ph. 885-9469.   .   222-tfn  ^ [LP WANTED (conh)      \  fir-ptwooc^ Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggtfrs keeking  "ernploymerit  LOG   TRUCK  DRIVER  GRADER   MAN  11F. AVY - DUTY MECHANIC  \     FALLERS  Transportation daily from  p, it Mellon to camp and re-  nun.    Interested    parties    call  WORK WANTED (Corit.)  FOR RENT  38  WATERFRONT lot for sole in  Gibsons.  Phone ��86-20()i).  t 281-41  V1KW lot In West Sec-hell', (iO'x  15B',    Water,    power    and  phone.  $4500.  Phone  805-2087,  285-41  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall,     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  FOR vacationers during August, a self contained furnished basement suite- ih Gibsons. Close to wharf, stores  and beaches. $50 per week.  Also boat rental if desired.  Phone   800-7374 90-lfn  ���WATERFRONT I bdrm hmwT,  near Gibsons. References required,   1st   nnd   Inst   month's  rent $130. 080-299II.        0219-39  SELMA PARK ��� House for  rent., large rooms, fireplace,  ^20 wiring. Suit couple or  couple \with baby. Will lease.  Available Sept. 1st, $125  mfinth. Phone 112-291-7962 or  write Advertiser, Box 274, c-o  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C,  274-39  2 BEDROOM cottage,  furnished, semi-waterfront, all elec.  heat.  Available  Sept.   1,  $125.  month. Phone 886.-7316.  284-39  ��>MALL modern apartment,  parking, heat, light, cablevis-  ion, centre of Gibsons. Suit 1  or 2 persons. Rent $120 month.  886-2833 .before 5:30  p.m. (  8213-39  NEW one bedroom suite for  -    rent.  Phone  805-9044.  266-39  WANTED TO RENT  RESPONSIBLE    couple    with  child,    wish    to    rent    small  house   for   winter,   or   permanently. Phone 886-7291. 450-40  TWO bedroom home wanted  to rent in the vicinity north  of Sechelt to Earl's Cove, during the period Nov. 15 - May  5. Family of four with references. Rental period would  coincide with our fishing resort operation in northern B.C.  Prefer waterfront property.  Please contact Bob Wickwire,  Box   2214,   Smithers,   B.C.  269-40  REASONABLE       accommodation     wanted     for     mother,  child   13. in   Sechelt.   Ph.  885-  9934, room 3. 276-39  QUIET married couple require  small   cottage.   No   children,  886-9301   heween   6-8   p.m.  8212-39  YOUNG couple require 2 bdm  cabin, fireplace, shower and  fairly secluded, waterfront  preferred. Call collect before  noon,   112-879-1325. 265-39  3-4   BEDROOM  house,  preferably in Gibsons area. Ph.  806-2716'.   ^ 8209-39  RETURNING to Gibsons in  September, responsible couple presently operating children's summer camp on Gam-  bier Island wish to find suitable winter residence preferably near waterfront. References available (experienced  at winterizing and refinishing  summer cottages). K. Klasen,  Box  643,  Gibsons. 8211-39  V.iiu-ouver Radio Telephone  i,M Mi-Nab Creek or write Lo  (������.. 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  ,.,v|i.unes, attention Tony Dur-  _!._. or phone 885-2435, after  i, ,, jTi.. Attention. W. Bradshaw.  '*        ' 185-37  WANTED  U<)OM and boaVd wanted for  :'. hoys (ages 11 and 12) for  i lu> school term. $200 per  month. Pender \Harbour area  only.  Phone 883-2234.    228-40  _. V( , 1   WANTED���da|Uy ' transportation   from   West   Sechelt   to  Gibsons,    leaving   7    a.m.   for  month   of   September.   Phone  UH5-2328 after 6 p.m.        250-40  c  Help Wonted, female  jiAILY   light   office   cleaning;  etc.  in evenings.  Phone 885-  :'":;.-.. 199-39  HELP WANTED  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   waitresses   wauled   full   or   part  time. Livo in or out, Call the  Jolly   Roger   Inn   885-91)98.  179-lfn  LOVELY ocean view lot, Gower Point. Cleared I'or build-  'In'R.  Select ive trees rear, "73'x '  20(1'.  806-7329  or" 11-290-2359,  0215-41  FOR  sale  by   owner, "Gower  ^Poln'tpview"'lotr*npproxj��~%'*��  acre. Phono 88(1-9390,    8210-39  "WANTED���By' private   party,  waiorfront  lot without buildings.   Will   pay   cash,   Wrltw  , AdvorllHOr,     Box    247,     The  Tiim-M, Box  310, Secholt,  B.C.  ���       , 247-41  UGautiful Recreqtionql     '  ,   pqrk-llke ,160 acros  near  ������ '���   Secret Cove      ''  \yell njovalcd property, flomo  ' ocean vlowa, trolls and light  tlmbor, Liuio accom from highway at only $(17,500, Somo  lornlfli (Vo Box 310, Ponlnauln  TlrnoH, Hool.'.U, B,C,    8783-lfn  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY" PUBIiIC-AHD APPRAISAbS��-  Glbsons, B.C.        886-2181  JOHN-BREEN Ll  - ���      .1  Real Estate & Insurance  Ponclor Harbour - Egmont - Earl's ,Cov,o  I"1"' Ill nam HHilifi.i������������III I j  | | I II..HIIH .1 ���...i.���.Wi. ���a������-a���    Ill I   ^  OCEANFRONT���Approx,-400' with older house; Good  HIDEAWAY���40 fords' of nctturq| bufihlancl���Equal,  'cllr.ianco bolwoon 3 lakes, Socluclocl and private, JMStv  . . $25,000 FP.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���-6V?. acre4S wllh 500' of  boach; 750' on highway, Ideal 1or Marina, Hotel-Mo*  tel or what have you. Or, Ideal for condominium for,  �� >l ��5p 5 TcirfTIIICfi7FP"?49j900r���~"      "7~  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA-���XSood business prop.  oslllop with winter Income, Owner requires change.  Jusl $60,000 FP wllh \2Q.000 down.  LANGDALE SPLIT LEVEL ������ On view lot.  A woll  planned house, fireplace in living room, three bedrooms, and one more in basement, 'You could move  ���'In-for-tcis little as $4000 down on a. full  price ol  $25,500.  GOWER^POINT7ROAD^VJow waiorfront. Four loir.  (aoulcl bo five), VA acres in ,qll ,with liveable OT  house, Good potential  lor future development.  ....,,..���... v.,..- ,.....$46,000, ,.,. ...,. ,,,.,,..,, ..,,.  *''"'"'"1 " '���'������'������"l i-'--"��� ������' '���   ^ '���' e  HWY. 101���3 bedrooms and 2 guest colfagos on this  2 acre small; holding 3 blocks from shopping center.  Stucco one-level homo has many features, Garage,  rfiarn^CprrQl. F.P. $40,000. on terms,  -SEMI-WATERFRONT-LOT���NlcolrtrQtK)rQ^-l^-"  atlon, wator and power available, Only 100 pacos from  beach. FP $7)p00iwlth ^ .down.  I NEED LISTINGS  Call John Droon al 883-2794 (24 hours)  F(>R' .'ROOF shingling and  re-  ���  , Aparrs,"'contact   885-9333'.  v -     ���     '        246-39  ��� \ ^    '  FURNACE   "installations    and  burner    service.    Free,   estimates.  Ph.  886-7111.        36-ffn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger frees  -  lirtibing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.   ���    .'.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfh  MOBILE HOMES  1   BEDROOM  trailer  for  sale,  8'x2'8\ $1,600  full  price.  Ph..  886-2647. 256-41  MOBILE Home 8' x 35', this  neat compact home in good  condition. CSA approved,  newly painted, complete with  stove, fridge and other furniture. F.P. $2,700. Phone 885-  9369 eves. 259-39  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  17    FT.    TRAILER    for    sale,  many     accessories.     Phone  883-2336.  278-41  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  KK(i-7in. 7-tfn  PARCEL  Pick-up & Delivery.  Daily   Service   between   Sechelt and Pender Harbour. Ph.  (183-2706. 206-40  CARS & TRUCKS  1966 FARGO  V_  ton with overheads,   low   mileage,   very  good   cond.   $975.   Phone   883-  2318. J64-39  1964 TWO door Beaumont sedan, one owner car in ex.  condition; radio, w.w., automatic transmission $600. Ph.  885-9762. 280-39  ER  ON  SAKINAW -LAKE  Two parcels on N.W7 end of Sakinaw Lake. 12 acres;  $20;000 per parcel. Phone  112-254-1060.  Write: Advertiser, c/o Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ��� ESTATES LTD.ww, 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU.5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  GOLF COURSE LOCATION  10.59 acres on Sunshine Coast highway, directly across from 3D  green. Treed southern slope. Water avail., from year round stream.  FP $29,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241  or eves 885-  2053 or 885-2385.  HA BY h'UK'i- winded for Selma  Purl,     iii'on,     purl-Hint'     in  Sept.. Mnluro and rc-liiibl... Ph.  Hl,f>-21'"(l h(ilwc.��n-(J and II ovos.  2!>:,-:��i)  BOARD HORSES  l-ey^J Acres Plus���42*72 cement block barn. Aluminum hop  rqol. Sioraqe lor 100 lon. Gibsons area, on paved road and community water. FP $25,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241  Or.eves.  885-2053 or 885-23857  YACHTSMEN���135' OF WATERFRONT  Charming 2 bdrm 'A' Frame, situated in a delightful .spot. Arbutus  trees. Sunny and bright. Looking out on to Merry Island and Welcome Pass, Prolccted moorago, Handy kilchen wiih built-in stove,  Fireplace, WW carpet, large bathroom, den or office. Sundeck  on two sides lo calch Iho morning sunrise and evening sunset, Vt  abasement,- M,u,i?t bo seen Inside to; bo appreciated,'Gall; Len or  Suzanne Von Fnmond 885-2241, home 885-9683 or direct from  Vancouvor MU5-5544,  CABIN AND 2.2 ACRES  Subdlvldablo, soon to have regional water���mostly cleared.  F.P.  $|6,5Q0, Call Stan or Jack Andorson, days ,885-2541 or eves,,  885-2385 or 885-2053.  VIEW LOT ��� SELMA PARK  84'xl30', Highway  10,1  location���all serviced, $550Q F.P; Call  .Jack or  Slan Andorson,  days 885-2241   or ovos,'885-2053  or  885 2385,  -w  REED ROAD AND NORTH ROAD���2 Bdrm, homo on  acreage, good family residence, has garago, workshop,  carport, F.P. $18,000.  ��� ���   ������'!���'��� laaaim.M n��^  GIBSONS VILLAGE���2 Bdrm, homo on vlow lot, Glon  Road, Flroplaco, auto, oil heal, good rotlromont oi  _ starjoj; h^^^^^  CI030 to Gibsons Is this qlmosf now 2 Bedroom homo,  Vory woll finished with largo utility and rctom lor  3rd hodroom or roc, rpom, Largo lot and hardtop  driveway, F.P. $22,950.wllh good torms.   ...  'WATERFRONT���50 ft, right near lho main wharf",  1 Real potent lalhoro, F, P, $ 11,500 wltli oxcollont' tormft,  'WoToTfro'nrarHopk^  tractive home, Fireplace and,sliding doors overlooking  sea and Islands,  145' of level\baach 'and a lond-  seppod aero for $50,000, Offers?  m30NrcRra<^  .mobile homo installed, $15,750 on forms,  LISTiNdi^WANTED  1 ACRE  ,   .  ]20'-FLAT LEVEL WATERFRONT  Halfmoon,Bay localoln���-woll built olderdiomoj boalsl^od, 2 cqr  .flaraao, 2 |>odroomti and room lur expansion,  Uandscapocl. (".P,  .fla15,.0a0, Cnl| Slon or Jaclv Andorson, clays 885-2241  or oVa.i,  .. 885-2385 or,885,2053.-   VIEW-PLUS!- DAVIS BAY      '   .--.   . .  3 bqrlroom, hilly lurnKluid lamlly homo, Roc, room, bar, pqtlps,  (��I.O.rf��,.,Bys!��m, colpr T'.V��� doop Ifoozo,, o|c, otq, W/W .carpet,  thd works. NIcoprlvalonroundK, centrally lopntod;   1  block to  hopqli, Pr|cocl lo rail, By appointment qnly.'-Call John U Black.  885-2241 or 886-73)6, ,  BOATS, BOATS, ETC,  hocitsTlalor, 8. rontolt., Woll omabllshod���-owner wishes out, other"  Interests. Good Inventory. Located In Socholt Village, Terms ore  ���oxcolionlv Ono -of Its kind on lhls coctatr Call John L, Rlcick  ,.��..    , ,, . 085-2241 or,fl06.7316.    , .   .     .7  "    "    ' '. CREEK FRONT ACRE ��� PIUS }   "  Older 2 hodmom homo, AmIo hoat and hoi wqlor, Vlow of Gulf,  Ya  iKViompnt,  Handy  locnl lon  on  Iho hlohway,   Roberta Crook  aroa.-Anklno only t-M.900, Coll Jock' or Ston Andorson, dfiyi.  ���885.224)- or ryesr88Si'2p93> op-a83'3389r���-���*-���������  "- >��ai��f��rtt��� if^rJ )"-���  SELMA PARK   '  Noor now 2 hodroom homo on trood looao lot, Auto, Jioot- ond  ho| water, Ideal roilromenlHiomo, pf1 $)3;00O, Coll Jock or Slan  Anderson,  Dnyn Q8S<22'1I.  I'voi; 083.2053 or 889-238S.  PENDER-HARBOUR and EGMONT  v;       ' ���    7v     .--, ���  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL���PLUS A BoAt ^x  MADEIRA PARK  - :      ,---���---  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 12' 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,, etc. all included.  Approx. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  . SAKINAW LAKE  Deluxe 4 BR home in a beautiful setting���has 165 ft. lake frontage,  5.3  acres,   road  access  from  Hwy.   101,Afloat,   hydro.   $60,000.  K. A. Crosby  886-2098 - J.  E. Whllo  886.29.13  J. Vlssor 885-2300-  DAVIS BAY VIEW, ,  UnflnUhod homo on larno 100x200 irnpd vlow proporty, Idoal  fpr hondymon, Floors, plbrj, and heoMng not InrlmMlated, drywq i  finished, Flroplaco, codqr nfdlna "��l<��rior, Duraftl - roof, Approx,  909 8q. ft. "flS.OOO PP..Call Jack or Stan Andorson. dayn 085-'  . :  TiAXMwx 885-2053 or 885-2385. .  ,   .  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTS    '  -Scrylc*rf^vcd-^mfrr0nlrH/25^,-FP,<QlNqck-'0r5t'0irAnct(:  j��n.6W.224Lor__��v��w.aB5.20W__ot_;flpS.238a  IX i  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY   GIBSONS FUN LANC),   ':  Pool, Gomni, coffeo, GoIiki rorinorn, lde.nl lor floml-rotlrnil, Hancly  locotion, Closo' to Gov't whoil, Only $7,500 ri\' Coll Jack or  StanAnd��n.on 885-2241 or oyoi, 885-2053'or 085-2385,  L  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Lot'-29���approx.   60'   waterfront   with  good   beach,   14'   trailer,  driveway and small building site cleared: $16,500.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT  Oyer 7 pcres/approx.  560' waterfront.. A good  portion; is level  and, would  be  an  excellent   location  for  a.mobile  home. park.  Paved "Maple 7Koad  runs through  property.' "Full 'price- $5TJ;000  _. ���_L_    - -���    with $25,000 down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  $4,O00.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on 72  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $5,000 to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$45,000  Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly 10 acres of real nice land,  fruit trees, grass and natural trees. Older house���could be made  livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.  APPROX. 275 FT^ WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full price  $26,000. with $13,000 down.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  3 BR split level on Hwy.  101���nearly 4 acres,  150' waterfront.  Good family home with good gardening area. Priced at $32,000.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBtR  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake, road & creek  through property and an old house which could be rebuilt. Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  Va ACRE^-JOHNSTONE road  Madeira  Park-���Gently sloping,  nicely treed   lot.  $6,500  cash.  PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 33 acres on approx.   1,800 ft. waterfront���suitable for  possible Mobile Home Park.  $85,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  4 BR semi-furnished older home on appro*. 55 ft. low waterfront  lot. $31,660i.  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped Tot" with fruit trees. A few  hundred fl. to school, stores dnd marina. Washer, dryer, range  and fridge Included In price of $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl, Cove���-marina,, rnptel  or  subdivision   site   adjoining   ferry  terminal.  Approx,   51   acres  with  approx.   850  ft.   waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy. 101, Full price $75,000 with $30,OOQ down.  SAKINAW LAKE  .,.��,,|38 acres;"nicely*treedHand*wltrrapproxr350'*Cholce-Water-���*"-.  front, Asking $40,000,00.  "' ' " "���"'"" ;^E^6Wt'tbfs','''''''';'' ".'""" ''  Waiorfront tots���$ 11,000 to $13,000.  GERRANS BAY  ���150' choice waterfront on Francis Peninsula, oyer half'aero, with  ....ena joojn  cabin,',,, VYoto't.dccofls, only.,  !fi.]3,000.7     ;7 '.  NEAR NEW 2 BR TfOME  ,On approx.,."1^,acrp.lovol.dot-near.,Madeira Park,-Has-electric  1     huatlno; flroolace; nlorafio and carport,,"Full prlco $21,000. '  MOBILE HOME SITES    '  ,       , Seyora' Jots dyaHable.  VIEW LOTS-rGARDEN BAY  Vory largo parfyllkQ lots overlooking Pender Harbour, Priced from  $5)000 to $6,000 with good terms,  _wiwjmYX/^.4*WI%l*I^  vtrt&mitmto  75 ft  $16,500  250 ft, loose |ot--$ 12,000 "  90 ft  $18,500  88 ft ..$18,500  BARGAIN HARBOUR'WATERFRONT      "  400'  wqlorfront���atlractlvoly  landscaped,  has'60'��.]?,' dolwxa"  mobilo homo, noflnlshod 1,400 pq, ft, bulldlna, float and marlno  , wayn, $45,000,  ...._ v ���__ RUPY-.LAK^CaTTAGE^ -~r'~~ ���  Sumlrfurnlfiliod,  walur and ��� hydro,, 1197 waterfront   and  float,..  $19,000,     ' .-      .    .  ��� I n        .ii  WATERFRONT COTTAGE  '           90 ft, waterfront on'Francis Peninsula, vlow of Malaspina Straltn/  wllh I bedroom yoor round cottage; Asking'prlco $28,000 with'  */��� $8,000 down.  .IRVINE'S, LANDING    ,     '    ,  ~3-PR-homa-on-a-tarfl.rviowioTO          marina and Govt, wharf.'$ 13,000.  ,    .'   ,    '  ..i 11   . \  Many other, vlbw and waterfront lots In tho Pondor Harbour aroa,1  7 jtmSB-BI-'-h.' 7'::"-y.- 7-v7-7^:^-'"���-'H'" ������:;vr.,-7''"7-7.:-'jgjaaia^ 7'---7>^:v':^v7->-'7..'v;      7-'-.'''!-'"-. ���-'��:^;7--,'77���. 7-.:;:V;aj =.y^---"-v-;^  ;. mL'77: B! m 77.. m -.7: B 7H77^^|^' M y~: ff^'-' Q ,"S' Ey 7-^Mf;.;','  REAUTY LTD. \  Madeira .Park; B.C.".      ,   .  Phono Ponclor, Harbour' 8B3-2233  \ V  \.  'X  \ \  AUTOS & TRUCKS (CdnU    BOATS & ENGINES,(Cont.)    LEGAL NOTICES  __m_mm__m___.  V  \  19o2nn?ATMUNT,^��2   for   *5ale- ' 13'    .ENTERPRISE     sailboat,  d,U00  mites.  Phone  C'lohol-m complete,     with    trailer.    A  Fails raUio after 4 p.m. .' very  last, exciting boat," $600.  273:39 Phone  886-72957"'             245-41  1967    DATSUN.   1300    model, '                  '  ^$600,   good   running   'condi-  TTon. Phone 886-7577.      272-39  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY     LIVESTOCK (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued) The.Peninsula Times/Wednesday, Aug. 23. 1972 Pfrge A*5  1969 CAMARRQ S/S 350 convertible for sale. Phone 886-  2373 eves. - 268-41  1966 FORD Galaxie 500, fully  auto,, 4 door, radio, for sale  $1100.  Phpne 885-2632. '  '  270-41  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  -'617 Bidwell Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines. x  Good  Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs  14 FOOT plywood boat  with  35   HP   outboard.   Ace   design $400.- Phone  883-9933.  190-39  -~    Gibsons.  Box 374  B.d.   .   886-7424  8l7.3a.tfn.  \     ----- -     ��_S3R��W     .^  FORM No. 1.  LAND  ACT  \  NOTICE. OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION  OF  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of New Westminster and situated directly North of 7237  and the road allowance, (Reference Plan 6815) Group 1,  New Westminster.  WANTED TO BUY  Take notice that. Mrs. Gwen  Colby of 825 Lillian St., Co-  q u i tl^rm;    B:Cr^ trecnpatioir  GROCERY- ;      '  CONFECTIONERY  FOR SALE  Well    established    good,   year  round business. Waterfront.  .  property  Contact Village*Store,  Gibsons ��� 886-7460  - 8206-38  EARN MONEYn IN  SPARE TIME  KMen   or   Women   to   re-stock  and  collect money from New  -T-4_p   high   quality   cnin-nper-  i'lIK  ��� R    quarter  >p-ir  old.   $200.  Aral*, ' Zt.  Phone 886-  7J71-39  A.  l-r-' h7 PONY ��� very well  . '���'���iilt, spirited', and agile,  junior champion' at R.R. Rodeo, .S200. Ph. 883-2602.     260-41  HI   h.   BUCKSKIN���very   fast  and   agile,   top   games   project;   extremely   handy,   $300.  Phone  883-2602. 261-41  PETS  F-'UKK to good home, part Lab-  rador,   part    Shepherd.   Female. Phone 886-9537.  288-39,  20 FOOT cruiser, 90 HP John-  , son. First' $1800 takes.  Terms- or smaller trade. See at  Tillicum Bay Marina.    226-tfn  FOR   SALE,   17   ft., boat   and  trailer. Phone 885-9558  263-39   , , , ><=-  WANTED���approx, 10  ft.x "50  ft. trailer, insulated with oil  heat. Phone 885-9427.     28?-39  WANTEb,    single    beef   with  mattress in fairly good condition.  Phone  886-7677.  287-39  Member of the Multiple Listing  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  Service  IE:  'Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  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 requires some finishing. Full price only  $19,600. CALL: BOB 885-9461 eves, or off ice 885-2235.  SECHELT VILLAGE REVENUE HOMES - No. 2634  Just $6,500 jJown-^o-TDurchase -twarTeveriue" tromes," plus"'"offtce  buildtngeasilyconvertedto 2 bedroom home. All on 2 lots, quiet  -street in Villager-So���a-home plus-revet-vue-r-pay off balance  at-  $170 month, total price is $20,000. To view call any salesman  or PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  SELMA PARK . No. 2656  One of the finest view lots high up in Selma Park has a new 2  bedroom mobile home all ready for occupancy. It has been approved by C.S.A., the Building Inspector and the Bank. Lot size  16,540 sq. ft. Full Price $17,9,00. To view CALL: DON HADDEN  - -,-4._, - J- 885.-9504.7 --..: .^.....~..- :   SECHELT���HACKET STREET    ��� No. 2593  Excellent  level  cleared   lot  in  area of  good  homes,   Near stores  and school. $5,750.00 on terms, or $5250.00 cash. CALL: C. R.  GATHERCOLE 886-2785 eves.  GOWER ROAD. No. 2520  Three  rental cottages in good  fishing  area.  Great  potential   for  multiple dwelling  in future.' Hydro,  phone and  water in. CALL:  JACK WARN 886-2681.  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 Island  view and a fireplace too���low price for year round or weekends.  Only $9,500 cash. CALL BOB KENT OR PETER SMITH 885-2235.  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT LOT No. 2436  103 feet private beach on this unspbiled'lake of clear water. Swim,  fish, boat in quiet waters, prime for children. Asking $11,000  offers  and   terms.   CALL  ANY   SALESMAN   or  PETER   SMITH  885-9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY No. 2644  Finance your retirement with this duplex on excellent view lot just  a block from the beach at Davis Bay. Each suite has 2 bedrooms  and 910' square feet. Full price $38,000-. For details arid appointments CALL DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  PRATT ROAD No. 2521  Pleasant farming area,.good soil, regional water 8,3 pc. Zoned  R M. Trqiler's permitted. Good holding proporly or present development, House rented but 'discount as asset. CALL: JACK WARN  . 886-2681,  SECHELT SEMI WATEltFRONT'     ��� No, -192423  Executive type 3 bedroom lull basement home located near wharf  and marina facilities, Luxuriously appointed throughout, feqtures  wdrrrf'penellin'g'and'wall 'tb.wall'ru^s.'exceptrtkltchenriflrid'bath.  Landscaped grounds only a stones thrbw from wqterfroht, Terms  available on full price of $38,000 pr CALL BOB KENT TO VIEW   ., ���,. , THIS FINE. HOME .885-946.... or, 885-?235.   SELMA PARK ' , ' ,        No. 2,360  Busy family home close to Village and beach, 3 bedrooms, separate  dining, living rooms, fireplace and automatic oil furnace, and. all  .pn.qaeJJoox^  $ 10/000 down, $2,500 of this can |-<- Government 2nd Mortgage.  Good  terms on ..balance,  CAU-!  ANY  SALESMAN  or  PETER   ���,,',,,4 ���..,,,.��� .7, ,SMITH,'895.St463,.ovo8,.(..��� ,,,���,,,..,,.,,,,,,,, ,���.v,  HIGH���VIEW���WATERFRONT LOTS, DAVIS BAY No, 2567  Pacing west, Ownor'slatos ho will "rpgflh In" road oyer bqth lots  to building area approximately halfway down tho lots, thence path  to boach, To. bo sold together as One solo, Full prlco $28,00Q,OO.  CAUiV'PITO SMITH  885.9463' Pr 0QN HADPEIS 885-9504  ,  ,    .:.,.,���    ..  ,.���..  ,,... ���,.,. :,���,,,.,   ���   ,     ��� ,,,.. OVOSi .,��� .-,.���444..   .,.-������,,    .   ..:,.���.,.!.  ..-.  COWER POINT WATERFRONT ,     .���,..., N��. 2596  4 U(droom7colonlaUtylo.,quql!ty^  lor comfor"ihancl���'convenlenc^?W���Vou��mM8^vlqw��1hl8.>.homo to appro-,  elate the caro qnc| qvtont'on lliqt lias boon given to both Interior  and oxtorlbr to mako lhls a horrioand. npriwst q house. ���-Situated  on a qulot street with unpolled vlow of sea, Islands.and mow-  tolna, Well landscaped grodnds, easily maintained.,;Garagp vvhh  ���WorK''area, $48,000' full prlco, forms negotiable. CAWi JACK  WARN 886-2591 oves orfil R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785.  ,,,,^ ^^,^t.^..,p^.,,,4 ,,,.,,��� ,,���,,������.,,,.,,���,���. , ,,.������.. NO(v2Q2609""  Flno potontlal for this claso-to-tho-soa vlllapo rosldontlal lot, Corner  lot facing onitvyp pavocl roads, Junt steps to wharf, ancl boatlna. M".  4*$Y;250rCAi:rBOBwKENT-88*5��2235r  No. 192650  BUSINESS.AND.PROPERTY ,     ,r   ,  |,ocqtec|'onnl;t'? waterfront'as Sechelt's - only.vlovy, restaurant,  wllh dining and wining facilities,, faclno Islands and Gulf of  Gooroltt, PI-US living quarters, to bootl  Bulldlna- has '2S001'square foot, situated' on^ largo land area  ��� wMh- plorlty-bf *'iwm^or*fMtMW��o��panslon,rThlft:��,pu8ines8 .has,  virtually .aiillmllecj, horlifo^i, foritho onoraol c oporqior,  Nowly remodcllod clhlnfl anfl worlvarea foouro modern, up-to-  dato furnishings and equipment, laid out to handle tho lako-out  "trade as well.' "' "'"   "'   7  "   .-""' "������ i "'���  This-Is'a winner In this steadily growing,business and resort  area, Requires1 only $25,000, ((woly what you -comW oxpocl  to pdy for a homo as down pay men^Balance on ��a_8��^r���m'<  < itAiBOB* MENTOR PETER SMITH, OFFICE, MWm,.   ASK F0R.FRPE CATALOGUE OF MAI* liS  It^qawi^lft* ��� 'Amm maw >mrt  .'B(w1,l85;So9holt,..(.'^ ,.Ph��ne885"2235  Or Call Toll Froo from tho Grcqror Vqncc-uvor Aroa  ZEnith 2012  ������  (E.8,O.E.)' ,     '    ,'   //    .���  i   i  4,.-     I .  I      't 'I |  tjausewife, intends to gpply  ior an additional area of t\ie  following described lands:  Commencing at a post plant-v  ed OLD Wt.' 1 P. of 52707  thenee N. W. along road allowance; thence N up boundary of 6219 for 147.16 ft.;  thence directly E. to boundary  of 5270; thence S. along boundary of 5270; and containing  less- than 1 acite.  The purpose for which . the  disposition is required is well  and garden.  Gwendolyn Ellen  Colby  Dated August  15, ��� 1972.  8217-pub. Aug. 23, 30, 1972   ; ! _r__  ���.. ..-,- -.������(.  PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH  coLtrtoA  "CHANGE' OF   NAME   ACT"  (Section 6)  NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION  FOR   CHANGE   OF   NAME  NOTICE is hereby given  that an application will be  "made to the Director of Vital  Statistics for a change of  name, pursuant to the provisions of the "Change of  Name Act," by me:-  Elizabeth Anne Raw in  Roberts Creek, in the Province of British Columbia, as  follows:- .  . To change my name from  Elizabeth Anne Raw to Elizabeth Anne Hawken.  Dated this 14 day of August,  A.D.  1972.  ELIZABETH  ANNE  RAW  251-pub. August 23, 1972.  USE   TIMES   ADBRIEFS  ated dispensers in your area.  No selling. To. qualify, must  "have car,-references; $1000.00  to $3000.00 cash. Seven to  twelve hours weekly can ��� net  excellent income. Mores full  time. We estahlish-your route.  For personal interview write:  including  phone  number.  B.V.   Distributors Limited  Dept. 'LA"  1117   Tecumseh  Road,  East,  WINDSOR 20, Ontario.  39;  LOST   '     -  WEST   Sechelt   area   -   small  seal   point,   male   Siamese,  answers -to   Gharlier- Reward..  Phone  885-9654. 175-39.  LOST   in   Sechelt,   part   Persian brown kitten with white  paws  and  yellow flea  collar.  Phone   885-2406   after   5   p.m.  277-39  WHITE   fibreglass     dinghy  from    Soames    Point.    886-  7626.    - 8218-39  17"  TV  and  aerial, good1 condition,,-, $25   or   offers> 885-,  2637.    ���   ���   ����� '   ., 275-39  ��� , ; -, _. -V���  BOY'S ' 3   speed   Mustang   bicycle.    Also    electric^   iron.  .886-7501. 279-39  ��� __      .        .  15' Chris Craft Cathedral with  50   hp  elec.   outboard, $1395  22'  Art-Craft,   Oldsmobile  powered  -  $4700v.  5   cu.   ft.   Refrigerator,   demo.  110  volt $99  5V-.   hp  Gale  outboard .. $120  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender Harbour   _ilK!iLfi__aa_L--2-i6j6   FOR SALE (Continued) FOR _��AU (Continiied)  FISHING tackle, single barrel  shotgun; TV (needs' repair);  old Indian baskets v'heavy 16a-  -ther \2|.nd ieather working  tools; tent pegs ^nd ropes.  Phone 885-2463. 286-39  BACif-To-School special Roy-  al Mf^curv tynewriters - 3  only $65 each. Royal Appollo  electric carriage just $125.  Special reduction on,, Olivetti  electric adding machine, brand  new $170. Also in stock 1972  Olympia typewriter $149.50.  NewE, Books and Stationery,  Sechelt in the Times block.  Phone,885-9654.   ..        .254-3'K  OIL> fired   kitchen -, stove,   op  pump, 2 space heaters, 886-  2833 before -5:^0. p.m.    8214-39  AiRCO"oil   furnace- Hi 'saler  90,000  BTU,  $150.  Also Enterprise   oil   cook   stove,' $75.  886-7671.  282-41  \  FOR SALE  39  LIVESTOCK  APPI,ES, grown locally. Ph.  ���JWS-2456. 200-39  EL^TROLUX ��� Sales;  Ser-  vice and Supplies.  New  representative.  Phone  886-2989.        236-40  TO BE released August 26  and on sale at News Books  and Stationery, Sechelt. Reprinted edition of Rich Hob-  sorfs "Grass Beyond the Mountains". True adventure in  British Columbia that surpasses the most thrilling wild  west fiction. $6.95. Phone 885-  M>4. v 262-39  90- oo HONDA. Easily converted to trail bike. $150. Ph. 886-  7'U. 267-39  HOUSE for sale or rent. W-at-  er'ITonf  view.    Phone    885-  2134. '    y    7       264-41  MARINE .ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass-^-Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware   Compressed air service   SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.    258-tfn  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTP.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  -GGM-B���propane-^nd-oil-range-  and propane 20 gallon hot  water tank, plus valves, fittings and two. tanks for $75.  Phone 886-2593. after 5. p.m.  249-39  \ ' :   NOW in paperback���Pitman's  College, Typewriting; Shorthand and Book-keeping. Complete set of Gerald Durrellfs  books in paperback. Visual  Geography series���just about  every country in the world,  get them before prices increase from $1.25'to $1.45. For  children's books check with us  ���News, Books & Stationery,  Times Block, Sechelt; Phone  885-9654. 255-39  UNBELIEVABLE But True���  at The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt���See the^ew Olympic  Electric AddinjfMachine, Just  $99.50. Limited number avail*  able. Ph. 885-9654.  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  8115-9330. Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  ALDERWOOD,   cut   to   order.  Phone ��� 885-2304 if no reply  phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn  Ybur  litter  is just as dirty  asanybody  Be sure to use a  iter container  Sunshine Coast  There are only eighteen lots  available in Redroofs  Estates.  Only eighteen opportunities  for 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 large, everything is near, and prices start  as ldw as $3250 with $325  down.  RedRoofs  Phone today.  683-8411 (24 hours)  BELL-IRVING  REALTY LTD.  72-1  NOT TO PLAV  WITH MATCHES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercidl - Recreational  All typesi of real ...estate _Jj"nancin^  loans. Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  SOCIAL CREDIT  HEADQUARTERS  Ph. 886-7621  sr- -  &M rilVINV 'OBIS? flfIf  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT:   180' lovely beach with deep protected moorage  and sunny exposure. Charming old house at waters edge. Over 1 h_  acres view property. $25,000 terms.  WATERFRONT: 275' deep protected moorage on over 4 acres in  heart of Madeira  Park. Selectively cleared  leaving  camp sites,  roads   and   building   sites.   A   beautiful   resort   type   property.  $50,000 with poss. terms. .���������,.  WATERFRONT:" 100' protected waterfront with lovely view into  bargain Harbour. This lot is a real buy at %\ 3,OQ0i  3 BEDROOM HOME (or 2 & den) right in Madeira Park.  1300  sq. ft. pf living area in this 2 year old, low maintepqnee cedar  home. Within 3 minutes walk of all shops, and has good moorage  directly across street, $21,500,      .         JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Time)  CHARLES. ENGLISH LIMITED ' <?  REALTY AND INSURANCE    7  Multiple Listings Service po* 2t3��, C3lt>sons  GIBSONSrHILLCREST AYErr^'WilloWdale'^'Wbedr-  brqnd, new home op a 268' view lot. "OPEN HOUSE"  from 4 p.m;1 ito 8 p.m. Aug; 25th and 12 nopn to 6  p.m, Aug. 26th. Come.qnd took It over. .  QlBSONS BAY AREA: 3 beg1, home on a very select  one acre lot. On all services, on the flat, aj| cleared  HOPKINS LDQ.; Very attractive 2 i?ed. retirement  home,013Jorge view lot looking up Howe Sound, F.P.  $ 1 ^^OOpPrlng all offors.    ���WILSON''CREEK: Hore Is thqt one bod,, cottage that  ,you have, been looking for for, that summer home or  for retirement. Only $18,000.  t pAYis 'j^y;%9^  on Artiwtus St. Very nlce^^q^^ tjuilcling up  qnd yet close to beach ar^cl all utilities,'   ," ;  nmmmtoHmtwtotmi.  ��Um  1 >  ROBERTS CREEK: Level lot, size 1,60 qcre. Partially  cleqred, Road frontage on Beqch-AVej Is 160 ft,-Water,  Hydro and Phono available, Close to store and transportation., frP,  $12,300. Terms may, be, qrranged.  GRANTHAMS: Small home with the absolute, views.  Two bodrooms, AVO furnace. Beautifully Iqndscapod  Jot:and,de|lghvtfully.'i(o]shedJnterlor.,Thls.propo'rly,Js,,  offered for only $16,500 with half cosh, bal.'on  easy terms,   ��', < I1-  SO/MAES, POINT! Two, fqlrly ^yqli,,y|Gw |o|s, qqch  66k192 -ft, Fronted by road qllowance, Just above  MqrlnS' Prlvo. ;C|o?o to forry terminal, transportation,  and good beach. Good holding or.Investment property.  F.P, $2,250 cqch. '*  "*^^"W,*,_l**a*V*_'V**l'rt*('**_ri,"l"*l W*_*M*'*^***'^'w*'w't**��� j,wi��*��'W��*��ny*"'t��-WaiwAjmiH-#aHrtaH***��fciMn-t it*nr*v9i��iwwa<��<4_*H+*,i_ a.nMa^i^ii-wrai��'jwI'it  KEATS ISLAND; 1-oyg| semi, vlow. lot..Acqo^s on main  road, Community water-to property alsp Hydro oprl  Phone, Lot size 75x150 ft.YF,P. $2,5Qp, ha,'excollont  lot ot a very reosonqble price;     '  Phono 99^248 . .7   Motary Public      LISTINGS WANTED  Vlnco Prower, 886-9359 - Wqil'y Potorsion, 88^-207?  ������   Ron McSqvanoy, 886-,9656 7 7 ,  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  1   I        ' T " ��� mi'  PROVINCIAI. ELECTIONS ACT  NOTICE TO ABSENTEE VOTERS  If you are a temporary resident of this area, but are registered as a Provincial  voter in another polling division or in another electoral district of thfc Province,  you may vote " absentee" as follows:^���  Apply on poljing-day.; at the pollihg-statlon^established- for tWs area,-for '  a special (absentee) ballot.  You will be required to take an affidavit that you are  a registered voter, aiid if ;1you ���'are '"registered ��� ih' MotHei^electorial "diMct^ym'timt  l^now the name of that district.  In your affidavit give the address at which you are  registered, but in signing the p^  If you are registered in another polling divjsio^ of this electoral district,  ,,,you,may<>vote,for..t^  mxx.% an ordinary ballot.   Your marked ballot will be sealedUn., an envelope  which will not be opened until your^ name has been found on tlie voters list for'  jsomjj polling division of. this electoral district; if your name is not found, the  envelope will not be opened and your ballot will not be counted.  If you are registered in another electoral district) the procedure is the sam0,  except that you will be ^iven a special bSH6t?'on' whiclx you must write the name of  the candidate* for whom you wish to vote, because there will be no printed ballots  at the poll for other electoral districts! You will be given a list of the candidates  running in Jhe district in which you claip to be registered; therefore,? yow must  know the name of that district. jBeforo final, cpunt, Jhe seaM  will bo mailed to tho Returning ^Officer for the district in whiclv you claim to bo   regjiste^  envelope will not bo opened and your ^ '*"'"   Mi&i (.ft'a&iljVtefi ii *p ii *.��i<iwtti imt^i.i-M'<.  IH,   ���  * ri7XT<2rngyr>1[ l^^i^CTxO I kilt st*J^vV H X^Iirrcv'C-s^spr^l f is i:^^ J^^t:lxcj^]p <3l 11 n js"*<3I t V3t 3 to in s^s^ n cX-Ic3?i<3 ��E*-jpi acto-x* -a irr����! ja-  in the 1 Province, and in many cases will bo aWo to locate your, electoral district;  by looking up the polling.division or local place-name coirrcspgnding to your  'address,   ' - ������-  t  It is not cnouglitb give "Vancouver * or" Victoria" as your electoral district,  ~.becausc4ti^ involved Jn each city, JTho poll officials ���.,  'will have a small map of each city Showing electoral districts. If you aro registered  in Vancouver or Victoria but are unsure" oi; your electoral, dtyrtc^ Jpcato ypu?  nddress on the map.  *.t~*4s* b,-*- -m I  1. ��.<t*u, wi'-.-* *^~>  ��-��t|l^f- 1.   "  ',..!'������ 1.   ,.  Therefore, to bo sure your absentee ballot will not bo wasted, know the proper  namo of tho electoral distriqt JiV wliichyou aro rejgistcrcd as"�� Provincial vvtw*  rcfii^l)Cfttion:tt8^muni0ipalTVOte^liRs^Q-bearing,9n4ho:casc,^^  ftitmi\*<**dmmj.  , tt,  GHim BlMOTO^Ah OFFICER,  ���MfMtrtwma.  1     ���  In these  In Victoria^ nna In ccrtnln Vancouver elcctonjl districts, two members m olcctcil, m* voiPM m.��mri  1.11  mm  m   '   _������ ';'  ���"'  ,      '  n4r��iaa��vM)iyif4w<irn4r,lM!nw  _s  Vi- .  ^_m��mm^mmimimm  iifetetw-^wwaawj^^  X  ���4 ,h  IMHWUN'W#��<��^  mmmimmtmfmmmmi&mMi^ \  NX  ?=4^;  Page A-6\ The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23, 1972  Tycoon sho\sfting into telephone:  "Did  you hear what 1 .toid? 1 .said 'This ).-  ._awy B. J.n_s, inu\ Vm \w \^porta.tvt  to  talk   *o a  recording.7"   N 7  v7  \  w  19477J972... .  Sechelt Chamber schedules  25th Anniversary Banquet  ile Home Park  WEST SECHELT  Now Accepting  Reservations  '. SECLUDED LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD -WEST SEGHELT  i next to school  885-2375  .SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce this year celebrates its tWenty-  fifth_ anniversary  with a night of entertainment scheduled for October  14th.  Commemorating its twenty-first^ anniversary September .1968 with a grand  banque\ and first class variety sho,w, the  Chamber decided the event had been  such a success that it was agreed to ma"k^  it an annual function. Last j^ear it was  combined at a later date with the annual  installation...night due-Jxi-JLUiforseen. cir-  cumstances which ruled out the September event. However, plans are for a return to the grand slam which has had to  be arranged for October 14th in the Sechelt Legion Hall.  Mrs. Pat Murphy is entertainment  chairman and is arranging live entertainment which will be followed by late-  night dancing. Tickets will be available  shortly in limited quantity and further  details will be announced during the  coming   weeks. -,  HOT RODDERS N X  'RCMP Sergeant Bill~Saun"d"erg' attended a special executive meeting of the  Chamber last week" following concern  expressed -- by members regarding the  continued menace of youthful, hot-rod-  dixrs up and down the main street.  Sergeant   Saunders   said   that   a   few  offenders have already lost their driving^  privileges,   others . are   expected   to   lose'  theirs   shortly   and   a   known   group ��� has  been .warned   of   the   consequences   if  -rattghVMeara*h4l���--p&Uce ar,e maintaining.,  in creased patrols in order to apprehend  the  culprits.  Many complaints have been registered  in the Chamber, at Council and with the  RCMP Detachment4 following the danger-,  ous antics of a group of smart alecs who  have been using Cowrie Street" as a  drag strip.  *���  SERGEANT'S   BAY  Consideration was given the suggestion  that   the   Chamber   takes   action   to  se,l.; establishment of a beach  access to  StM7'anus Bay from the Rediooffs Road,  It  \7a    pointed out in  last week's TimeV,  th;i.. '���'   private ,lane,  previously   nsed   by  the p\biii\ hasvbeen  blocked off by the  ���-OV.I:-.'. 't,!' Property between the roadvand  tlu.-i-i-ach.   .  v A  road  is  understood, to  be  gazetted..  I,,,,    .uil   probably   involve   considerable  VV(I.|.   in  order lo   open-it   up.  Chamber  nKr!!ic:s   suggested   the   Highways   De-  pai 'niunJL be   approached   but   chairman  . jyi,,; ;:ai. Thompson said he would first  di.-x/js.- the matter with the local Rod  and '-���-in Club with the object of .seeking advice and possibly support.  Property owner, Mr. Art Angel, told  Hu- Times he has allowed the public use  0i 7i.< lane during the past Nbut has become fed-up with refuse dumping and  {joni'ial   abuse   of   the   privilege   he   has  pt..!-iiii-ii,ed"tijt!iir Tlrerelore,' h'e has et-  fu-iiveiy blocked the lane off to the public , -.'"���.'  mnnir"""M***"''*"""n"Tfinnnnni  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  _m&\__i_i&&%3ss w^^'^\%'jy^:^MM.-  ^l^____\___W__Wi\ Members ^,riends  #l?l    x of the Lynn Valley \  and xMooc/yv///e Park  Women's  Auxiliaries  extend then- sincere  appreciation  to the  ..  Honorable  ISABEL  P.   DAWSON  Minister Without Portfolio  ��� "������ '7 *'���*  M>*  DQN'T MESS IT UP  ^lUMHWinnnrmmn- M������-���_���_���_���.������_���_-���-^-���-���-���f-1a-|fy-airM-r-.  ISABEL DAWSON  for her ettorts and  accomplishments on  behalf of the elderly  citizens ot British  Columbia.  .-��  unshine Coast Business Directory  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ART  SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts-& Craft  ' Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes \h Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  ..Resin ONLY $11.25. gal,         Cowrie  Street -  Sechelt  -  885-9817  ,     READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653  Seaview --Phone 886-2642���  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166. Port Mellon. B,C~T^  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.  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to oay  For free estimates���-Call 581-6136 collect  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  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   B1RK.IN ��� Beach Ave\, Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  -STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  _' ' : :  RADIATOR SHOP ,  Take   the   HEAT   OFF   Your   Engine   Cooling  System' Repairs.  Autos -'Trucks -'Tractors -  Oil   Coolers   -   Hoat    Exchangers   -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Rccorlng  'DAILY AFTER 6 P.M.���aCLDAY WEEKENDS  4/10 MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes tho difference.  BANKS  CHARTER  BOATS   CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira.Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  oh the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24'  Carolina  Cruiser.  Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, CliffConnor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 8S3-2424  or Leo Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Hoino 886-2201  '"        HOURS'.  Socholt! Tuos.-Thurs, 10 a.m.-3 p,m,  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  , Gibbons} Mon.-Thurs. 10 p,m,-.3 p,m,  "       Fri. 10 q.m.-6-p.m.  CHIMNEY CLEANING  VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  BLASTING  COtifROllED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  ���     FREE ESTIMATE     .....  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour -883-2403  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ..',  '.       ���'LTD.....,.' '"7,7. ;,:77.,'���  Fill, Cernqnl^ave", Drqin Rock, etc,  /    "* -Box PVMaJelia, Park  Phorto 88&W74  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 886-7454 ��� eves. 886-2809  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phone 8867244  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Eleptricians  Phone Day or Eve. 885-2062  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential and Commercial, 'MalntonQhce-ancI  Deslgn, 24 Hour Answorlng Service,  FREE. ^ESTIMATES   Bob Lambert       886-7605 Ed Dolinsky  Wyngaert Road-Sunshino Coast Highway  ,Box 860 - Gibsons.  Pondor Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL, TYPES      ���  Residential - IraduslriQl- CORTmorclol  All work guaraWecd - prQ0 ostlmatos  Joo McCann, Pox 157, Madeira Park  '"'    ' '"���'* Phcwa ��83-9913 *  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - $hrubs - 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  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  & HEATING  Pomestic - 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   ,., ,. ,     IRON WORK ,, .-, ,..  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  FRANK ��.  DECKER. OPTOMETRIST  Bal Black - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your*  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  - Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES _  BERNINA  Sales and Service To. All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  mm��tfmw4mmM!lwmmmiww<*mw  TED'S BLASTING  C0AST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured sellings  Froo Estimate  Phoiio886-7643  m^mmmm*m  ALL WORK FULLY INSUI-U.D  Pa��omunla - Drlvo-Way,* - Soptk Tank*. ,.,,...  Stumps ��� Pitch Unas  ("nil I'm A Prtjo ni,|1malG:JAiiy.'TI'riio" '"   TI'DI-'iOMLLY Ponder Horbou'r" 883-27 34  WATER SURYEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  �� Phono 885-2304 L. C, Emorson  ll No Anuwor Looya Moimciq at  8BB.W26  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.  ���DOUBLE-R-TRUCKING-  Sand, -"^ Grayol ciodj pi 11, ���   Light Clearing and Excavating  Phono ��� 886-7109 aftor 5 p.m.  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL, CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885,9978  Box 387,- Socholt, B.C.  Welcome to .The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  ,��.������. Specialists In .Cleaning - Floor -Woxlno ����.���.,  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  ~__ JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  .���,.. ,;,;.:���,���.,.,,,..  Sp^qlall^lnqjp; ;   , v,,.    ,  Pclpor rjanolno, Interior A Exterior decoratlno*  1    Ruq Clednlno. All types of Bulldlna  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning  , PHONE 085-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, D.C.  MACHINE SHOP  MH Jia.naiwiiaaaiiiaihaiaaiiniiiaiiainia  BUILDERS  "CONCRETG"FORM~RENTALS"  roR Ai-i 'iyim;s oi* haskmi-nts  IIASY URECTION ANP STRIPfllNQ  Complolo ln��lructlon�� PravUlod .  ~~FISHER��FORM~RENTALS~~  886-9951  L & H SWANSON LTD.  REApY-Mlfl CONfRliTE  . -^^^^nd^ntl JSravel^RpcKbow.v^,.,,.,. ���  Ditching��Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER' BLOCK  885-9666,  Bo*  172, Socholt,  B.C.   I"      ',mm.,mm.m���  .i.-~--��...q,.,.i.���.���,,,.  i |j     ^     %  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clonrlnci - Excnvatlorjfi. Rood Bulldlna  Grading ��� Fill - Rood Gravol -Ciu���hod Rock  -^-~Ph7>nQ~TSiD'ch'Qlr885;9550'  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  ^^^Contracting^qrjd^EnalnQQriino������-^  Residential  , Commorclal Wiring  ^..Pljono 88^7816^;^  FUEIL ;     '���  ��� "'  ��� V^ ANADIAN    T ROPANR  -  ���    GAS &. OIU L,TD     ,  Serving the Swrishlno Coast Vrllli rollablo on<l  economical Cooking, Hooting ond Mqt Water,  FRUG ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Socholt, B.C.  At tho Sign of the CheYron  HILL'S MACMIMESHOf  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ���- Arc and Acty'Woldlng  ��*��������^SteeltFabrlC9tlhfl��a����.Marlno��Waya����������^  AMtbmotlvo and Marino Repair*  .Standard Marine Station  Phon. 886.77X1        R����. OBfi-^Sft, 006-9326  P AI MT IM G  &  D JE CO RATI M G  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AMP  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 7.98 -Sechelt, B.C..  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  ���   ' ��� " %  Plumbing - Pipefittlng - Steamfittino  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^Ser^lco  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ^ECHELT^JSjC^^^^  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.   .Sales.and. Seryjee ���^886*9^33 _ .^ .._  Everything for the Do-lt-yoursolfor  Contract & Renovations  PREE ESTIMATES  Lon Coates 886-7685  ������������������ Rfly Coates 886-9533��- 886-7872��r��-��*  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUiv\BIN(5 & HEAtlNG  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't, Certified Plumber  ��������>��� 6'. r' V' ::7Phdne>' ti83-2720": rtfr'���*'���?,���.  Box 63        ''     : '"������'' ''���������" Madeira' Park, B.C,  RENTALS .- .  1 I      ������,������-���������   * r -���- *���  .    A. C. Rontals  Tools and Equipment  Sunshine- Coast Highway ana!  Francis Ponlnsula Road  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  ���l |   ;.;-���     ........a.���    ,U<m .     I     ' I ' 4 . ,  SPORTING GOODS   CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies..-. Boats new and  Used^, . Large & Small  885-9832 Sech*H  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoisfe Ba>  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  .All Brahms Available    '  Monday to^ Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING : ,27,,,,.. i,.~^..  Scows ���'��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVA(4  ' '  lTD'  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towlna'  L, HI6GS  Phone 885-9425  T.V. and RADIO  .Hm^��H_lnkt^^^';^.*4iWK.^W.^;kV-'vit*l(^'  SUNSHINE COAST TV. SALES  8. SERVICE LTD.  ApMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOME  and   ZENITH    DEALERS  ���' Gortloh70(iY*er7,/ ��� ��� m:, Nifchbl^;^  In The .Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799, Sechelt 885-9816  . CLOSED,ON-MONDAYS.   ���  ,.<).'.      ..  ,���  'ly-'.'y  "RENT IT lATf  i ���,  MARINE SERVICES  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES �� PRE-FAD HOMES  '��� High.Quality ( t , Roouonahlo Prlcas,  Buy a Package and oioct It yourself, or got  ,   our piolouolonal help, ,.'    .    .,  GARPSH DAY, B,C, - Phon�� Sy����. 883-27*3  R & S BACKHOE  WW No,' 1, Madeira Park,. B.C,  W, Rousseau���Phone, 003-2302 ������  ^We-alm'��to�� ploaao'.^--��������  Land Cloarlng'- Road, Building  Troo'Topping �� Selective Logging  PETE DUPOIS  Tplophono 883-2417  E.I  lRNIE^VYJD/vVAN  for all your  "      ImSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DE/SUER  Phono 083-2663���  ���Madolrd-Parkr P.Ca  Your Chrysler Dealer for Solos and Service  ' REPAIR SHOP .  , parking ancl Mooragq,AYotldbto  TILLICUM PAY MARINA  ���"   i    Colfn nnd l;vo|yi. McKlnnon  ' ; Jim eii'nl hi" Miliar  ���EAST PORPOIlilMJAY ROAP, 5L"C||EL1  885-2100  ��f��WW ��*B***W*  >w��v"swMKH*f��<*jW4*Ma^WMnMswtr4tiw��  l**ia*��i*��*t^*tWH(MNi'jf����**  yr  i^.j|>ty<Mil|W*^^.i^��Mli<����nS8Ma^"B  For Youjr, Fuel Supplies  PANNY WHF.nLER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGKNT  806-9663 " Hopklni Landing  HawM(waaH��iaWH^^-'*��M>iWlW��iirteW rtwaW^iW W wa*tBtMatiwWMiwy^PwfcHw.��aiw(��<iatfi^ warn  ^LAYtC-N WIPING 8. MARINE  -/v\9rliio-Ways4o-;42L:_u.-<.  '   ���     PoMom Repaid  883-2535  >  Pox 7,," Gordon Pay* PaC,  ���MOVIMG:.andwSTORAGE  J.EN WRAY'S TRANSFER      ���  * ' -iriouholiold Movlnn, PficklnqrSlorhoo  .'"., Packlno.Mnlorlnl!; For.Sola  ,  1    Mamlirr ���"! 'aWo.I Vuu Unn��, ���  V     ��� 'CoikhIo'b.No,  1 .Mnvnm '���,     x  Pliino 0B6-2664, RR l/Gibao^ P.C,  at Payli Day  '���"" "Wo Ront or Soil'Almosr Evarythlno"   >���  Typowrltors - Lighting'Plants - TaloYlslona  '   Roto Tlllora - Comont Mixers - Lawn Rakos  '   ���       Mechanic's Tools ���,  PHONE 005-2848 -^ M HOUR SERVICH  AFTER HOURS 805-215)  RETAIIT STORES**" ���  C 8. S HARDWARE  SECHELT, D.Ci  ..    APPLIANCES -' HARDWARE  "HOME FURNISHINGS,    * '  Phone 885-9/13  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR" CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND, DRAPERIES  Roupholstarlng - Restyling - Complnto Draprr)  Sorvlco - Samplos shown In' tho homo  ./'���I   Phono 886-2050  M)tfimtmild#<tW)tV)**h*^ W*J>.iiwiuiJi��wmit**a--<��h-ia-t*-n   *  mi-. v     --   i   I \      "��� .a.  p   . ���, USE. THIS    .,  ^BUSINESS PIRECT9RY  TO REACH  1  10,000 PEOPLE ���  :";THrtlMES;^85:9654"^""-   THE-TOGGERY  Ladles! and Children's Wear  "Open Mx days aweoKV'' "7 '"  ' Phono 885-^063  ���w-���~^"*-"C��wrlo���"StroetrrSecheH  ,m. 11   111 1   in       7      ������        1   1    I        i.i|iiiiiiiuiii 111.in .��m ' "   ���.  Ponder Hial-bour - 883-2513  HARPOUR SUPPMES ^  Elaclrkal  -   Plumbing  ��' Appllqricb?  ��� TVs ��� Furniture and Carpets    <  P.O, Pox 158 Modolra Park, Hwy 101  gt Francls'PQnlnsula v*7"*   A, Dependable  9WS  .\  tr    *,  ^iw��W*s��iw  "She*1.   Real   Peon/ft^  '1 1  6 YEARS' EXPERIENCED  In YOUR IntoroitsI  . . 7 4'7      ,'      "     ,�� 7 '    .  ��� ;��-^MqcKun��|o Social Credit  ,7���ii7,2>,2<, ,,. j , ,'     An'soclallon  *w*4*n ******wt+wM** *wt ��s*#tt t**9-f��_ f. n * 1* .  [���WiUlHHHyHmiW lhlf.aWil.iMii. |�� .Ian.  t  tf.t ^* Ki'V-t } fi* *-.������ ri  ^^IIW^HffyWitlMiiatlWTWKeW'Tya 1 ��^K^*��*aWaflWWjlftl  "I   .'  sWBW*rn>tof*if*iti*)Wfr*l9W��'<0Wni!|.j&-)  MtrtatfMiMtnaalHi MT��<mH��**��t��i  mmmmi&fyti  ���f-f  tm'mwmp'mt.mtMmm  T  wt*m*�����#*tH*ttwMmmmm#��mm��m  \ >i > a t A t \t  t    '��4i$fr%*,t,,�� ,t ���)   *  ,i  ��  ',  .. 1 '  ''il'   ' ,JPfel        s  fvV^B^f-iijWlfe?^^ "'*'  The Peninsula Times PagexA-7  Wednesday, August 23, 19J2X  Speediag penalty  regulation-revised-'  MARGINAL speeding violators will receive f^wer penalty points and exces-  Mve .speeding violators will be assessed  more points in a revision of the Motor  Veluck- Act" regulations, announces At-  luhi.-y General Les Peterson.  Tlie present, penalty -assessment is,  I iii hi- points tor all speeding violations  i>ii.i u'hen a driver accumulates nine'  l-��.'iii.������ lie is required to' take a defensive  dl u i1im__ nnrcn    ,->r   forn   i   iJPPnfP   Sllg.pnn.  ") '    SUB1S  1 _A  \      ��� . .  A By-law to,establish a specificied area within electoral Area C of the  Sunshine. Cdast Regional District for the purpose of .providing garbage  collection and disposal service.  '   V ' ��� -  \  WHEREAS, the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District    ��  has been requested to extend the service of Garbage Collection to the  communities of Sandy Hook.and Tuwanek;- .  ,_  \  Progress  Pender Harbour's growth is reflect- opened on Monday. The Royal Bank "money houses" in the area include  ed in tiie establishment of another pictured on the left is in the former toe Bank of Montreal and the Pender  bank at Madeira Park where a Government Liquor Store, which lias Harbour and District Credit Unipn;  branch of the Royal Bank of Canada   amoved to ��� lai%eiv7:fC|^arters^7^)3ieg ^ locale rt on tin   ihjit  sion. Peterson s-aid.  Ihder the revised plan people exceed-  i"i'. the speed limit by 10. mph or less  will receive two- penalty, points: over 10  i ipli. but not-more than 20 mph, three  penalty points and more, than 20 mph,  '"the penalty will be four Doints.  Peterson said the rate of deleting  points from a driving record will also be  increased to four points a year compared  to the present three points.  "These refinements of point assessments," he said, will more closely reflect  the severity of the infraction." The new  regulations   will   go   into  effect  this   fall.  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board is empowered, with respect to that  NEW  Shipment   of   Hedy   Hill   Costume  ' .Ti'welrv   at   Miss   Bee's,   Wharf   Road,  Sechelt.  BRAIN STIMULATOR  A team of scientists at the Stanford  Research Institute in California has taken  the first steps toward the development of  a mechanical substitute for the functions  of the brain that direct the movement of  the arms and legs. When further refined,  the  device,  callod  a  Programmed���Brain  Stimulator, may help millions of persons  paralyzed by strokes to regain use of  their limbs.  ���Sjis-Tr'" ���-.-7 f ^��*i  aijS"^S35_S��-  ��f.-r,  ��� 'if-___J^!_._i.    -S(f-  ������ �����-���"���.-,.--*��   '  AroundTheHarbour  RANK of Montreal, Madeira Park is now  operating under new continuous hours.  Monday to Friday it is open from 10 am.  to 3 p.m. Friday only it is open from 10  a.m.  to  .   p.m.  FREAK MISHAP  Damage is excess of $200 was done to  car driven by Jo Benjafield Tuesday,  August 15 following an unusual incident.  Mrs. Benjafield was driving in to Garden Bay approaching the shell station at  which tinte a horse and rider were coming from the opposite direction. The horse's bridle broke and the horse apparently  charged into the drivers side of the car  damaging both side 'door's. Th"e":fldef;*Sah-  dy Elliott was thrown off but is reported  unhurt. The. horse, called "Punch" is from  the Roalcogor ranch.  LEAVING AREA  Bill and Elna Warnock, long time residents of Pender Harbour, have now left  to take up residency in Prince Rupert.  Bill and Eliria lived here since Ihey were  married twenty-five years ago,  Bill is i\ fisherman and although away  n lot he found time to be active in civic  affairs nnd to be on the Credit Union  Insurancei Board for twenty years, ElVi'u  was  active  in  many  community  efforts.  ... A very ..outgoing,.nncl friendly, person, she  always found time to help out whon needed. Elna wns active In the community  club, an, associate member of. tho,hospital  auxiliary, instrumental; in starting the  library club; she played In, the adult  band, developed a hobby pT ceramics and  taught'this' art to'interested" elementary  .-..sl.udontH��durlng-tho��noon��hour-at'Madoirn  Pari, school, El mi's, ceramics are availablo at various oul lots lp. the Harboi|i'.  A tea was" libicl' I'orTRln "i\2 'by" tlie '"'lib's-"  pltali auxiliary recently at which ..sho was  pi'osonlocl wllli llio silvoi' hospital auxiliary spoon,  At a 'Molng away parly flponsprod by  tho', band,,.El'n'ft was prcisbnloclwltli a act  nf wall" liaiit,'ln��s, Kiilslur t,Mrls on'������bln'nlc  volvot, Typically, Eiiui,, who Uiiniidil, tho  parly Uu) oiiil of tho year wind-up, ar��  7'1 y wK^tl^rixhM^^  "''Individually' doeornibri   for   oiii.h   baiicl  ' inonvboiv '! '        -r>" ���  Tho WarnockH nppiu'ontly aro not ton-  . vln�� jho, IJtirbiniivpqnnanontly bl'il plan  lo como b'aok to rptlrp. Moaawlillo, wo  liopo ihoy onjpy .tlioii1 'iiow onvlroiimonl,  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440  and wish them all the best.  FIRE DEPT.  Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire Department has transferred its old fire truck  out onto Francis Peninsula to afford better fire protection there. The truck will  be housed at the residence of two volunteer firemen, Wilbur and Joey Rousseau  on Warnock Road. Distribution of the fire  trucks now leaves two in Garden Bay,,  one in Madeira Park, and one on Francis  Peninsula.  New  Centre  Mecca! .for...builders,, and..hornerte-:,  nishers tn the Pender Harbour area  is the new shopping centre at the  Frances Peninsulla intersection where  A.CV Rentals & Building Supplies has  now joined Harbour Supplies. Well  stocked lumber yard is constantly  being supplied by the big Tnterriat-  tional truck which travels to Vancouver and for local services there  two small delivery trucks and a  high, powered forleLift. Rentals include power tools, saws, generators,  decorating, building and concrete  equipment together with jacks and  plumbing tools.  A Dependable  Vote  Dawson  "She's Real People'  6 YEARS' EXPERIENCE  In YOUR Interests!  ���Mackenzie  Social   Credit  Association  part of the Regional District not within a city, district, town, or village   |j  to undertake any work or service under the provisions of Part XVI of  the "Municipal Act"; ; <��� '���  AND WHEREAS this service is presently being" provided  in adjacent  areas;        ' ' x -7  i  NOW THEREFORE the Regional .Board of ithe Sunshine Coast Regiondl   \  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows:  The Regional Board is hereby empowered and authorized:  1. To establish in Electoral Area C a specified area1 defined as follows  and to be known as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection  and Disposal Specified Area" and such area shall -be comprised of that  tract of land hereinafter described: *  Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1558, Group 1, New West-  minster District, being a point on the highwater mark of Porpoise Bay  in Sechelt  Inlet, on  the easterly shore thereof;  thence in a general  northerly direction along said highwater mark to the northwest corner  of Lot 3259; ither.ee 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..J?ojJn^PjLesa_gif_._  Lots 4683 and 4687 to the southeast corner of said Lot -4687; thence  easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of-  Lot  1 557 to the southeast corner thereof; thence easterly, southerly,  and westerly along the northerly, easterly and southerly boundaries pf  Lot 1558 to the aforesaid southwesterly corner thereof being the point  of commencement.  2. To undertake and carry out or cause to be carried out 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 the 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 such period of time as is necessary, on all lands and  improvements, on the basis of assessment as fixed for taxation for  school purposes, excluding property that is taxable for school purposes  only by special Act, within the said specified prea.  j        ,.  4. The specified area established by this By-law may be merged with  any other specified area or areas for the same purpose whether contiguous 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 ond Disposal Specified Area Establishment By-law No. 72,    ,  READ A'PIRST'TIME this 27th day of July, 1972  ;h4 if-,tH'.''rftVh^tfw&ifc fa. ****&wi. 4t^M"^,y^.��irt"ii^*��>^��w'iW'^*v^M-i^.|if *&*. tn^-."^^.-'*  'Hiii f ihi. If i btWilWr I ���.^,^nMi iii.J &��w<M**iHf4ti>^H&W  i����)#i��^^**U!.��iW*;^i^ltf^*rMij>iM*S��lM|.W^"i4il Bfl .���fct*^����#fflu>*i*tiSl.Srf*t  READ A SECOND TIME this 27ith .day of July, 1972  READ A THIRD TIME this 27th day of July," ,;V972*  A|?pr^od by the Inspector-of Municipalities* thlis 2nd day of August,  1972.  TAKE NOTICE lhat the above Is a true copy of the By-law authorizing  the submission of a question therein set forth far. the .assent of tho  electors of the SpecifiedArea therein defined arid ^  the vote of owner-electors of the Specified Area will be taken at the  Tllllcum Bay Marine Resort'on Saturday,-the 26th day of August, 1972/  between the hours of 8:00 o'clock,Ih tho forenoon and,8:00 o'clock In !  the-af|ernoon*and4hat-Mfi��G.4wEHGl"^rdtHas��beon��appolntod��Roturnlng^  Officer for tho purpose of taking ond recording the yote of the electors,  $ YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS  YOUR CABINET MINISTER  AT VICTORIA . 7. WORKING  M^&fnT**1!!'1C^ff_ir  /;  /ih/^kmziE social credit association  ' '     ' I ' I      ,        1  T?  ttfmfm  ���n  /I I  ���v  Doted Secholt, this 4th day pf August/ 1972,  ��� W<jt*i*^ WJ��(4(IWN����'<^ '**W#t*W ftt��Hw^S(^iW*Wi*��*')W t#W��te*f*<  ,CHAWS^F.,.','G<^>PJI,N^J''  "7 * 7^'-;;SpQ��^t<3fy r  I   h#����y*��M#*M5!|*St,S*^ (ff*Mti��  NOTE  I    11  *\ ���  \ I  This notico appllos only to tKoao ownor-oloctor* of Sandj^aok/ ;  *"Tuwanok and adjoining areas whoso prop*^^ ,boMn"  ', dailoa defined in tloJ.y-l.aw, Approyal of ^p, By-lp^ wouldnipir<>y|do;,  for the pxtonlslpn ojF tlio exiting parbapo colloctlpn ��qrylcG In that  area.  ' ',���.:,: 'jrtyirWj;.  )f   *    Vn,.|  (        |. t        i1?)  |H,   I    j,  XI    Ml  I , .,  ....   ,r  i  m^^m^iviurmmim^.  mmmmmm>m^m^>i-  i>��|#lWS��i^^  WpMBBWtliWil^^  vg^m&mm*q*imimM*m. Flying  No newcomer to the Sechelt area,  Minister of Municipal Affairs, Hon.  Dan Campbell flew into the Municipal Airport at Wilson Creek last Saturday to speak on behalf of Hon.  Isabel Dawson. Mr. Campbell had to  leave the same evening in order to  Visit  speak in his own Constituency,  Courtenay. Darkness was already  falling as he boarded the twin engin-  ed aircraft where he is seen with old  acquaintance Doug Wheeler, left,  and Hon. Isabel Dawson.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23, 1972  minster. He was holding three fives, and  a Jack when  the  five  of  the  Jack  suit  turned up, giving him a count of 29.  COOPER'S   GREEN  Mrs. Cliff Connqr recently wrote to  the B.C. government asking how negotiations were proceeding with regard to  Cooper's Green. She received a reply  from the Hon. J. Williston dated August  OZ-^UUi-ag���that   the  B.C.   government  is  ��1.  yMf//////i////��//m S&f  _sn  ANNUAL Fishing derhy of the Redrooffs  Beach und country club was convened  last Saturday by Steve Taylor, who, with  the help of his wife Judy, brought to it  a great deal of thought, preparation and  initiative. Being an engineer, he designed  and built a simple and effective weighing machine and introduced . several innovations which are likely to become  part of the annual event.  All the salmon checked in were cohoe,  with the biggest, caught by Carl Renix,  weighing 4 lb. 9 oz. which won him the  Stoker Cup, presented by Mrs. Wendy  McDonald. Prize for the ladies' largest  salmon was won by Mrs. Chris Dalton,  and Stuart Lefeaux won a prize for the  men's   second   largest ��� salmon.  Never had so many small children  turned up at the weigh-in, clutching their  catches, or the tiniest ones carrying jars  of bullheads. Jonty Bogardus won a fishing rod for the largest salmon in the  12 and under class, with Tina Collinson  a close runner-up.. In the 6 and under  class, the smallest bullhead was checked  in by Johnny Dalton who was overwhelmed to find himself the proud owner  of  an   aquarium.  An intriguing event proved lo be a  hidden prize for the most fish caught  per 1000 pounds of fisherman, and to  Stove Taylor's consternation, he himself  proved In bo the winner alter all the  calculations were completed. There arc  rumours along the beach that this gifted  young engineer is inventing a calculating  machine for next year's derby. One of'the  innovations introduced by Judy Taylor  was the making of prints of the prize-  winning fish using the Japanese sumi  .method..  FISH  REPORT  ,..,,,...,i"*ishiiig, was,tjpolty last \ycokend with .,,  some''' fishermen' gott'u'g  thoir  limit,  and  others  being skunked. The charter  boat  from Secret ���,Coyp,Marina went out i\t.,..  5 ii,m, booked for an nil-clay charter,  but returned al 8 a.m, when all members  of the party hud their limit. On the other  hand, Bill Sexton, one of the most sue-  ^cghhI ,iiJJ ls,h..iU'Ji'.",ti ru .uJ.uji, g ,���,,th<L Jjcmeh,...  brought buck his parly In the "Juno  Bug" empty handed, Tl)ls wns particularly cUfiuppolntlng��� hocniiso Mr," SoxlonV  gueslH wore IiIh nice... Burluini from Vienna with hor husband Krllz Irrgung, I'Yllr,  had landed n IV pound uprlng while lho  KucikI nf his fulhor-lii-luw ul Yuciilnh and  hcipud to gut im even bigger ono ut liecl-  roul'i'a, ,        11     (    t        . ,.7.'  WIESKNTATION  Thi! piano which  hint  inum  prcM.iih'.l  ��� In-the KxlondPil Cm'CUtfCTrRt. M,���yH  llimpiliil  in  Iho  mimo ul'  lho  llnlfmoon  ���Hay   Auxiliary,   is   notnnlly   tho   gift   of  Mrn, Voni Hnlllh, Tho plane* Ih pnrUiuili.rly  .Mwoplahlo...beemmo  lho, patlontH  In  lho  Extonclod Giro Ward have recently I'orrh-  ocl u bniid, unci Ihoy huvo written lo ox-  .,���., prow   t.iulr, gridUuvU)   itad plimnuru ut    I  tho.gll'l,  , Two   roHl'doiUn   of   tho   (iron,   roHllnf.  vim)  I'n HI.  Mury'H  H,inplli,l  nro Cimon   A^ii.cin?��i)��..iin(LMi,,.,JiSi,nlojV?1mo,^  ���<��� When |.ho Hindu ���r t.|u, Uodniorfn  ���"������woiu'Ii-iiiuI Cmmlry ClubtournnmqntH  ^vorojiold, rewiitly, swhincrH wore* Snlly  OnrleM'rJohii Hoy to, wllh Pon Morrlii-  \ikI,y Buylo ruifftorti i|p,  ���by Mary Tinkley  REUNIONS 7 ^  Mrs. Eva Lyons, accompanied by her  son, Richard Laird and her grandchildren, Neville, Frank and Linda Russell  were in Langley last week to attend a  family reunion at the home of her brother,   Bill   Ramsay.  There were 44 members of the Ramsay family present and they came from  as far off as Quebec City, Ottawa, Montreal and Seattle. At a smorsgasbord supper which was part of the reunion celebrations, one of the most popular dishes  was a smoked salmon, the gift of Mrs.  Lyons'  neighbour,  Mr.  Reg.  Dierks.  There was another family reunion at  Christina Lake near Trail, recently, when  Mrs. Ruby Warne, accompanied by her  son and daughter-in-law. Jimmy and  Florence Weir and her grandson Ricky,  spent a .week at the lake cottage of her  brother, Darrow Casey. The temperature  was around 102 and Mrs. Warne found  it too hot to travel around visiting her  many relatives, but she had visits from  her brother George Casey of Trail and  her niece, Darlene Smith from Kimber-  ley. She swam every day and reports that  the water was lukewarm.  HAZARD  The Redrooffs Road is hazardous  enough at the present time with heavy  traffic and huge trailers straddling the  white line because they cannot take the  curves, but. two drivers last week had a  narrow escape, from another hazard. They  were approaching from opposite direc-.  tions near the Joe Paine property when  an old alder fell across the road right  between the two cars, falling over the  power lines and setting them on fire,  but doing no damage to'the cars. Power  was restored after an outage of about an  hour.  may  giving careful consideration to the possibility of acquiring Cooper's Green for  a public park.  It is now nearly four months since  the public hearing of the Regional Board  regarding Jim Cooper's application for  the rezoning of this area, as Residential  I. At that time, in deference to strong  public opinion that the area should be  preserved as a public park, Mr. Cooper  agreed to delay any action for nwo"  months to give the Regional Board time  to negotiate with the government on the  matter.  It   seems   that   Cooper's   Green  even yet be lost for posterity.  VISITORS  Visitors from farra\yay places still  come to Halfmoon Bay to enjoy our fine  climate and scenery. A visitor from England is Mrs. Rhoda Newstead of Manchester, who is the guest of her daughter,  Mrs. K. Soothill of Vancouver at the  McKenzie cottage. This is Mrs. New-  stead's third visit to B.C. and she likes  it so much that she would gladly settle  here is she could persuade her husband  to come.  Guests of Mrs. Roy Holgate have been  her granddaughter, Elaine Wiebe, with  husband Dave and children Robbie and  Lori. They drove from their home in Wfh-~  nipeg, camping in their collapsible tent  en route.  At the Cliff Connors have been Cliff's  sister, Mrs. Peggy Bird of Winnipeg with  daughter, Helen Bird and hjs sister-in-  law, Mrs. Jim Connor of Vancouver.  Guests at the Pat Murphy home are'  Mrs. Eileen Mark of Edmonton with  children Bobby and Dallas.'  Spending a vacation with Mrs. Mary  Walker have been her granddaughter  Gerry Stephenson of Sourls, Manitoba  and Mrs. Ethel McPhee . pf New Westminster.  ��5_����  si  1*8.!  i<S_i  Gov't  Inspected,  Country Style  MOKED  RK PICNIC  LB.  ii  I  BERRY CUP  I  I  Mrs.  Will man's  39  6's  il  N  11  ^j��^_g��ae��0!^_��i^^ js  Strawberries  i  15 oz.  79  Libby's  SPAGHETTI  14 oz.  i  4 ' 89  ^ffffiffffffffffifffff^^^  I  S  S  I  s  8  I  Ii  S  Sfil  i  PROTECT ENVIRONMENT  Cool, green and beautiful. That's  the  British Columbia we enjoy, the environment'- wo' love.  But when  a Iorost fire  runs wild, that can all bo changed in a  matter of hours. Let's protect our environment, The woods are dry,, Undor dry.  Al   the  Claronco T,  Randall  collage.    13�� "ireful with fire, Snuff out that clg-  Mr.   Randall  was  playing  cribbage  with     ��rQlto, Douse your campfiro with plenty  his guest, Stewart Qraham of Now West-     ��'' wator, Kcop 13,C, green and clean,  CRIBBAGE  The few clays of cold wet weather  last week brought oul packs'of cards  in many cottages and, everything from  Snap to Bridge was played along tho  beach.  NEW  FOR '72  PIONEER CHAIN  SAWS  Now 1073 c/w 14" bar, rog. 149,95  SPECIAL..:   New 2073 c/w 16" rollernose bar, reg. 164.95*-"  SPECIAL..' ,! iz.  3071 c/w 24" bar, super quiet transistor ignition,  full wrap handlo, rag.< 262,95 SPECIAL 7  ������.  3270 c/w 32" rollernose boar, full wrap handle,  ���"rog. 305.95:''sPEciAL'::::::::::::::::::::::::::ir::;:.:  t  WM g.-l����...���-ti��a*a���.ati��.|lla^ '���'��'j|fflflij|^  >nop at the home of the Good Guys  [SECHELT HOME SERVICE  , at the traffic light   ���*    885-2812  5 _  Xl��EirEftWs^IG  11 ' ll1.!*,')!  BLOW-OUT!  T��w��a(w'��aiw*��^WaBWinft  Ornnnlzntlon of Amorlonn  stalon dloplny PLpa iroa.  Qinnclolnncl Admlnolon U>  ihorouQiiUrod-mQlnal  Chlldron'a Pnyn, Ann H1 �� 20:  children ��dmlUod,(roo lo:,...  o p,m, Qoldon Aflo Dny,  Am. 23i QB.nnd oldor admitted  PUY A PNG pnize PnOQUAW  FOR $1,001 TliroQ otwnooQ an  tho 'lOAr-d-Dny" nlvonwiiy mid  Ilia nrmid piUo.fully lumluliod  Nabob1  FftMCY  APPLESAUCE  ___.  '-"'14,^oz�����"*:' ^/",^" ������ "V'.v.w^,,,.,  i  <*$*��^W��** J^jH��^��m# W"(4����#l��fl!*i!M^ J  I 44.1  *f!Fjt^W^t#4H'^Wl��WB(E1'MB **��W��H|P''  French Maid  DISHWASHING  ���\-CTCBJrC8JT  ��1  ,.     I  11,11    , J'  .  ,   ms  , if  ,#l^wi^wi!#i**^sm^^i*��w,*^ A  I ^jini^^^wwOMt^viiaBiJftftA i^s^^*t��M^jFWfflii*j%��f��ftNt^^  .BU  pon'lrnHIllThoWhst'n      ,   VMK'P'on'AUlOnooyou'ra ,^60,000 liomol  ��t9wW��^*7^MtHH4aKl^^y��l���-oirilw^^  "QIANT'PNir'PAnAnin  awwii^^  "'���'"������ "-"- '���-'~ KIIqo, lho dnlly nulo1 Domollilo'ri  Porby, Ml" PNG Pnnbnnt,  (Auflrgl-BShP.O, Plpo ��nnd  mldwny, oxotlo fooda,  fouqinnilnp oxhlbltn nnd tho  a.jpor����|nra ol lho ontotlaln-  mont worldl li'i? a bnronlnl  Adull tjroundn ndmlnalon,   ,  $1,B0| oludonin flnd laoim, $|;  ohlldrnn, 2��f), Opon |tpo i\,m  to midnight,    ,. ,  Chnmplonah pa (Aua, PR)  nlhnqw Hqilloullurnfi.lloiT  mo  Ailn i\ Hobby, hlvonlook nhowo,  IJiiklmo omvlnn hhlbii, ' ���  ),oon��rdo d�� Vlnol inodold!  Pacific  National  Exhibition  FRESH  ^mt4^m$mmmmmm^mmm  1  I  i  &*^,*HI.*|li��J.I.V-iia-ri)*1?< f.  ^s*p|(t^*��s^*^^l*��t^e^*)���(>!(**���  n_mm&��i  4.  ��i" \  \  Hon. '-Ray WHhston . . .  > \  \  :,    f UG  A , \  rv.  ���������'��.��� 3*. ...77iia.i;.^:i .Graphic'IndustrT-f  .���7v4 \fi7_3 t    ot,  ��� 7 a r, C o a / sj .:���   .  .-V 4 Ki :  '  %  xHt e.  , ,��jerv._ce  \  HONOURABLE Ray ^Williston, Minister  of Lands, Forests and Water Resources  in the British Columbia government,  speaking at a meeting "held in .the Com7  munity Hall, Gillies Bay, Texada Island,  told Island residents that they were  indeed fotrunate having Isabel v Dawson  as their MLA.  Ho said that Mrs. .Dawson was known  arming hor colleagues as one of the hard-     gt  ferry link J,o the area so that communication with Various northern points, and  the": lower mairlland' can be implemented.  Surveying is now v taking place, he  said, for >a forestry road link from the  Owikenpv region ;to south Bentneck \and,  when completed, will provide a means  of bringing logs out of the area"; thus  safeguarding      important     .spawning  minds  of t.hp Rivers  Inlet  area.  '  nnmuMtnnnnnr_imt_nnnnnfmr"m^'-m^^m*mmm���������'���'��y����^  '  TOTEM CLUB  est working MLA's in the Legislature,  and that much of what has been accomplished in the Mackenzie riding was  due io her persistency in bringing to the  attentidn of the government and its departments the, .needs_.,.and  problems  par  ticularly pertinent to her riding.  The Minister went on to kay that over  the next two years the government' had  a number of plans for further development oi' the Mackenzie area and that it  was  oi'  vital   importance   to  establish  a  Mrs, Dawson pointed* out to the residents: of. Texada that through their* cooperation, and bringing to her attention  the needs of their area, she had been  able to bring a number of improvements  to the area, such as, the Texada Queen  which provides a'TerrjTIink from the ls-  'land to, the' Mainland, the acquisition of  land for a new fire hall at Vananda, land  for a small boat marina, blacktopping of  side roads, as well as other much needed  services, including commuters tickets.  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  *  DOOR  PRIZE *  IJW_>l>Ma)Wll_al_W>ltfl_aWMl#��l-W-t%W-t^^  The E  "ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, August 23, 1972  Halimooh Bay meet . . .  Liberal candidate seeks  . ��� .. .  Ia"b��u* peace^not^bclttie  Windfall  Weekend hot-spell. had most people  searching for a cool ��� drink> but seeing a dog wandering around with can  in-his mouth is a Httle unusual and  even more odd was that this can was   .  Poges 1-8    labelled  "pizza  sauce'\   guess" this-|  smart fellow  was    off  to find the.4  pizza! ������.."'  until .the  financing  of  new   government-  expenditures is  restricted  to' the growth  in   provincial  revenues,   "Freeze   Ta3.es". _  Until  a  comprehensive  program  for  environment: protections--is-instituted..-.^���&s^i  Mike Blaney wants to see a new era in .  THE public was invited to a coffee par-   "for the ambitions of youth and the ihsec- labor-management  relations,   government  ty at Welcome Beach Hall in Halfmoon     urity of age. auto    insurance.    Liveable    pensions .for  Bay to hear Mike Blaney, Liberal candi- Blaney  says  he  knows  it  is   easy  to pensioners. Removal of school taxes from  date for the Mackenzie riding Tuesday,    make promises, but "as your Liberal can- property, "Education is an investment in-  Aug. 15. . didate also knows it isn't quite so easy people^ not property." No one oh welfare^  Mr. "Blaney  stated  that "he  wants  to'   to keep them and .therefore does'not in- who is capable of working.'AM  do his share in. replacing industrial war-     tend to go   out on the proverbial politi- cept  in total education. An end to gov-.. ���  fare with labor peace. He wants to create    rise'in housing costs and the giving away eminent misuse pf public funds,  economic ahd political stability  in place     ciari's limb to shower you with gifts of       " Mr.  Blaney   was  accompanied by  his.  of an uncertain future. He is concerned     words that may never be fulfilled." wife.   The young couple reside  in  Gibr  ���'������ ��� ��� However, he did promise one import- sons where Mr. Blaney is at present pres-  ant- thing,  "Hard work with a new and ident of Gibsons and District Chamber of  different approach to old problems."       7 Commerce.   The   Chamber  is   at  present  The gathering was quite informal with working towards getting a public park at  questions freely, asked and answered.  B.' Soame's   Point���this   was  his   answer  in.  C. Ferries was discussed and it was a- regards to public parks and he personally,  greed that a better solutioh must be found, feels there is a great need for more of;  He   expressed   great   concern  for   the them.  ���;27^^,772^^^^27^2o^^J^'^'':'' -7' ������''���"������"'."   '? '*"'"' ���.'"i-'"^  \   \  Blake C Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  TO -a.m." to^SsI 5 p.m.  77;7;>Satisi^tion   to   hinK.wlll   not  come" For  Qiiick Results V& Times- Adbriefs  ^;^Vj!i7Yi,-.t'y:7:..'^;77..: .::77;', ..,77^:7,^ .,;��� .'  :-...7. ;.2.i>.**-,.. 77'..,, 7 ���'���:   ������.:,}'7. 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'll''," '", 'l  if ,7 r'M^i^wril'iA'r.#*.',!���. ,;i.'��,. -i'>;fi��*v,*.^'V V^' \  V  \  A  \ 1  X  \  \  yNqWmfa^^  U_. rl_     I'.jff.JViii  Mr.  and Mrs.  Nancy Ann Lis Warne and Clayton  Bruce Carby were united in marriage at a double ring ceremony  performed by Rev. Brown at St. Bar-  Double ring ceremony 7 . ,  \  Page B*2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23, 1972  DRIVE WITH  \  a  But what apartment? . . .  residonti  memf  TWENTY-ONK residents "~-of���tlte-ABEsT  Road-Scliool Road area signed a petition strongly opposing the building of  an apartment block in their area.; The  petition was presented to village counciL  V&F>.    *_ ������ ���   - ��� "v  Clayton-, Carby  tholomew's  Anglican  CShurcli.   Gibsons, August 5 at 7 p.m.  ���photo by Peninsula Photographers  LeWarne-Carbywed  at St. Bartholomews  members at the la��t regular meeting.  -     But counciL members apparently don't  know  wTiat  the petition  is  for.  "We have not received an application  for the building of an apartment in that  urea," mayor Walter Peterson said.  The text of the petition said, "when  building our homes here, we understood  it to be zoned private residence only.  Nanirally we will object to rezoning this  .uva."  A   spokesman     for   the   group   asked -  council   members   it'  the   village  planner  ��� makes the decisions.  "lie- just makes recommendations, we  make tlie decisions," Mnayor Peterson,  said. '    '      ";  He did say earlier that nothing eould  be done about it anyhow until the village  receives a. copy ol' its new zoning bylaw  from Victoria.  Clerk  David Johnson  said the bylaw  was   submitted   to   the   Department     of  Municipal   Affairs   around     the   first   of  �����* July  and  to  date nothing  has  been received back.  "Does this mean that all apartment  projects will be held up until the new  bylaw is received?" one of the- petitioners  asked.  "Only is it doesn't conform. with our  future plans," said Mayor Peterson.  Another spokesman for the group said,  "that other apartment has given, us _ a  bad  flavour'in. our mouths."  "Thai apartment behind Mrs. Labonte is a good example of poor planning," added Alderman'Jerry Dixon. "It  is overdeveloped."  17e~~PiTlTllcTtibrary  board7~with  another^  $f>.)0   to   be   paid   aU a   later   date.   The  hoard had already received, a $500 grant,  and Alderman Ted Hume suggested that  the  total payment  of  $1,000  in  a  lump  From, the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  ONE of the saddest situations of neglect  is   the   person   or   family   possessing   a  JB ible-w-i t .h-di��t^)ivit.^To-hav��-~a-copy-ot-  sum   could   perhaps   hinder   the   board's  chances of getting more money from the.  government.  New column to appear  in Times next week  A NEW and much asked for column will  appear  in  The  Peninsula Times next  week.  The colujnn, entitled "Ask Angela  Take", will answer al) personal problems  ihal'you care to-write in about.  Please address all. mail to "Ask Angela  Take", care of- Peninsula Times, Box 7.39.  Gibsons. This colurrin is .directed . to all  those-who feel an impartial, expert opi-n-  ion may help them solve their problem,  regardless of it's nature. As the column  is syndicated, the finest reference to  medical, legal and religious advice is  available. I will do my very best to help  all who write to me.  Sincerely,   Miss   ANGELA   TAKE  the Book of books and not read it. Almost every week in this column I quote  the Bible because there is no other  book like  it.    >.���   ��� ��������������  a safe car starts with good brakes Q  WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED B  JO TURN B  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS    B  B  New   equipment \to  compliment g  our Service Policy. B  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS  7   i  TURNID B  HBLLTOP MOTORS *���  'Sunshine Coast Highway  886-7343  on a ��� i  Gibsons B  ��� b ��� nsi  It is no ordinary volume, but is living and operative, a guide, a source of  encouragement and help, a book which  teaches man his responsibility to God and  to his fellow man. It must be read slowly  and seriously realizing it contains special  revelation.  ��� What do some well-known figures  ���think of the Bible? Sir Isaac Newton  said, "There are rnore sure marks of authenticity in tbe Bible than in any profane history." Napoleon said: "The Bible  is no mere book, but living being with  a power that conquers all that oppose it."  A. former U.S. president, Woodrow Wilson, said: "A man has deprived himself  of the best there is.an -the world who  has deprived himself of a knowledge of  the Bible." The poet Lord Tennyson said:  "Bible reading is an education in itself-"  If you have never seriously read the  Bible, or have neglected it through the  years I would highly recommend it. 'John  Bacon said: "What can I do with respect  to  the  next  world   without  my   Bible?"  Disenchanted Socreds  Liberal candidate claims  major competition is NDP  NANCY   Ann     LeWarne     and   Clayton  Bruce Carby were united in marriage  at a double-ring ceremony performed by  Rev. Brown at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons, August 5 at 7 p.m.  The bride is the youngest daughter  of Mr.'Vnd Mrs. Howard LeWarne, Gibsons, and the groom is a sort of Mr. and  Mrs.  Ernest Carby of  Sechelt.  The bride was given in marriage by  her father.  Organist  was Mr. Haley.  The church was decorated with white  and yellow daisies on the altar and hy-  drageas in baskets at tbe front.  Shannon Gregory was best man. U.sh-  ers were Ed LeWarne, brother of the  bride, and Everett Carby, brother ot the  groom.  The bride wore a floor-length, satin  dress with train, lace over satin bodice  wjlh long sleeve's and high collar. Her  bouquet wns made up of red rose buds  and white cariuilions in cascade bouquet.  Maid of honor was Uendn Stroshein;  while Brenda Weinhandl was briclesmuid.  The maid of honor wore a pink floral  floor length gown nnd the bridesmaid  wore ,u blue , floral floor length gown.  Each carried cascade bouquets of white  daisies,  ��� A' vecopUoiv was'held alUie'iRobei'is  Creek Hull. W. Weinluindl proposed tho  Uuist  to Iho  bride.   The bride's mother "wore" a green  dross wllh white rosebud corsage and  white accessories, while the groom's mo-  - liter wore u blue dross with while rose  ���j!!~!L.!i_?J^  ""**" Mr1i7Piun"eTiiTsii(>l(i()n und Mrs, Judy  Dodyk were servers.  . For her going away outfit, the bride  wore a maroon mini dress with white  orchid corsage and white accessories. The  newlyweds will reside- at 1718 Seaview  Road, Gibsons.  Out-of-town guests included Mr. and  Mrs. E. Carby, Mr. and Mrs. S. Gregory,  Kelowna; Mr. and Mrs. A. Roberts, Port  Coquitlam; Mrs. A. Fletcher, Richmond;  Mr. and Mrs. David Fletcher, Surrey and  Mr. and Mrs. R. Zain, Cranbrook.  In other council business an application by the Water Rights Branch of the  Department of Lands, Forests and Water  resources, seeking water lights on find  Creek was approved, "providing the  water is taken out below where the village takes its water." The application  was made on behalf of George land  Marion E. Charman of RR 2, Gibsons.  The recommendation was for a license  for 500 gallons a day of "water for domestic use.  A   grant   of   $500   was   approved   for  Jamie Mandelkau . . .  England reviewers  praise Gibsons writer  BACK TO  SCHOOL  Cords, Sweaters,  Fall Jackets  At  :?::  Gibsons �� 886-9941  FORMER Gibsons resident Jamie Man-  ��� delkau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles  Mandelkau, Gibsons, appears to be making a name for himself among England's  literary critics with his first novel, "Harmony Farm."  Mr. Mandelkau, who is now livings in  London, came out  last, year with "But-  'tons: The^'Making of "a "Presi-deiit,"'  Writes one critic: "Jamie Mandelkau  Thus also yyritten extensively,,for the un-  dbrgrouil'cl press and spent a Vol of time in  California, so his credentials as a commentator on lhe Inlernutional Alternative  Society scene  must be presumed  to  be  JlBl"^^^  put off by this Introduction, lot. us hasten  to sny Mint Harmony Farm isn't, at all n  bad.pleco of work,"   ��������������� r ���  Tho columnist goon on to say lhat.  one ls loft with the suspicion. I licit, ilud  it boon more difficult, tho outcome might  have boon moro humiinly recognizable,  less, J'unulfully contrivedi nnd linrmony  Furm �������� moro IntoroHjIrw hook,'.|��nn,. Tin-  nlly, It "Is, Bui thoi'o'"to chnrni 'tlioro as'  woll as soil' I ruin lge wo, '  -,,.,,.,''''l1' ^'i>Hl��.v7rin)OH,jlofigi'lh(,H.Mi',��l^nn-.  , ddlkiiu us I'un lionoiil, poreoptlvo wi'llor,"  Quotes   lho   Sunday   ToUwuph.   "...  '  whoi-ons nil those thi'oo wrltorti 'tiro highly  sophisticated In tholr una of tho medium,  ;i.llimio,vMnttrlolkmi :bri|V(5H to'hls'J'lrst, novel  Harmony Farm, the clear-eyed, unself-  conscious, vision of some American primitive painter. The strange innocence is  ideally suited to his depiction of a remote  rural community in the heart of America,  the' chosen retreat of a former hippie'  couple in their flight from big city life."  , "The kind of writer who can,, without.  irony, refer'''tb'' Mother Nature or Mr,  Sun," the Telegraph continues, "Mr. Mandelkau has npnietheloHs, used his oddly  cramped;"'often naive" stylo, to produce a  parable of rare originality."  Christopher Wordsworth writes: "...  Harmony Farm Is not without pith, A  ,,l.p��iiLJ)f,,,e.XThipplos)��4,wll.li.BubywJ��meH,��are.  endeavoring to load the good life in llio  farm-bolt; no television, drugs or butcher's mentr and ' when Augio agrees UJ  .huvo his locks. shorn In Dun Miller's  barbershop 1.1 's a big day for the com,  munlly,"  The 24-yo��r-old Mandelkau was In  .this; uro�� for about eight weeks. In the  spring;,before, .���oU.Vnli'g ,U> Ipuglan,d,  Ho still writes I'or lho 'underground  press and slick magazines such as, "Men  Only.",      7      .     .    ,   .   ,���..���,w���.fc�����,,  'til's the eriulvaU.nl of our Playboy,"  ,sald Mrs. MJUKloll.au,, who,, Incidentally,  will be going to li"ngland m([ Scotland  In Seplomhoi- and Is "reu'ly looking for-  ���Ward to ll," :   ' '7,  MIKE Blaney, Liberal candidate for Mackenzie riding,  is convinced his  major  eompetion in the forthcoming election  is  the NDP.  Blaney said there is strong disenchantment with the Socreds and maintains  there is no way the Socreds can win this  riding, even with the multi-million dollar, taxpayer assisted campaign and last-  minute gifts to the electorate.  Blaney did indicate concern with the  trend in politics today for people to accept party platform information via television and other mass media rather than  attending meetings where the true attitude and competency of the candidate is  revealed.  - People expect- to see compaign ads  and signs, according to the Liberal candidate! they think you are not in the  race if you don't do it.  "That is why I do St," he said, "but as  far as I am concerned, advertisements,  etc., are useless |trappings. Advertifje-  meiits merely paint a rosy picture, they  don't, answer questions."  Blaney  spent  Ihe  past, week   in  this  area   and   is   now   in   the  Beila   Coola  -  Ocean'Falls-district, after which he will'  go   to   Texada   Island   and   then   Powell  ,, River,  The previous week was spcnl  in the  Powell River area where he claims, "the  ^ocred.s, .were, .visibly,, .shaken,..... by. his  strong support."  The  Liberal  candidate's' objective  is  lo meet, as many people u's possible at,  coffee  parties  and   meetings,  since  tho  ��Madfenzie4ilding��l.s. too ppreacVout* for "a  complete door lo door campaign,  forget the fuss  . . . leave the work to us  TAKE OUT ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE IS FREE      ���  BEN'S DRIVE IN  ..(Across from High School)  Phone 886-7828  Gibsons  I  ��� ' ��� | i r      '   '-        ���"      11      9^^^^^m^^mi^^^m^m^.____i^__m_________mU__^^^K^,m  ,MMMMMMi,>,l~MMMMMMM,M'MM,",M����*^^  " ���- rtnnnnnnnnwuuiniunur  civet  Best in Live Entertainment  DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  SATURDAY, AUGUST 26  JOIN THE FUN  PENBNSULA HOTEL  Highway  101     ���-    Cover Charge    ���    886-2472  X 'FLOATS' S  S DOCKS ��� RAFTS       with 5  !  DOCKS ��� RAFTS       with  Polystyrene  K0R0LITE  cw&onuille  it.  Floatation Billets g  IC6   oCft*/.  86 Gavlnchy 'St., 985-7101  n        . 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AUGUST^ 24,125, J*6_  S^��lWm^Mtt��i*T��^MWNi-HWf^^  Tiny Alaska���Sea Hayon  SHRIMP  Froxon-^-Frasor Vale  HASH BROWN POTATOES  ,2'll>.'pkg.7t .'...���: 77  ,:..���.. ..I.:l      | ,  29*  CHUCK STEAKS  WI5.RESERVEjrHE,,R|GHT*.TO, LIMIT QUANTITIES s  TOMATO CATSUP  Ubby's, 11 o^. bottle ���..���.,  BftMtaf^ptMIWiM^  .1 ���      .      \  49  Bofter Pwy    ,v ;  BEANS with PORK  14 ox, tins essla..  3 fa*   JL  Cnnndn Choice  Cnnnda Good  FULL CUT  I       4  t      ���     '  IPjitlKi'  mmmttmvm  TOMATO 4UICE  Malkins, 48 ox. tin  'jy,'��'1 ^��^Pi  -Bettor Buys?  White oi' Yellew  PAPERTOWELS  Cala BLEACH  i Wfff    "�����!    1"9     *#ii*myp\*i4.nnr*n**nnr*iy***m  I WWt^��H��ffi��Wtl^^  MtS��WN***#W*^to^  ^-CoffoQ-Brpak          COFFEE  All Purpose,  *Mby��pkg  CANTALOUPE  CARROTS  '     'mat  ion, 33  47*  SHOULDER STEAK  SHORT RIBS  %f||#MIPW    fin*t��<iN  *W*ftmif *. m>. wwm���>*��M��� 9*mt  lb,  89  VI, .   . i.    'i  \: ���'  n | Lean and meaty for braising  | or  or barbcciio...,..,.,,..,.,..  lb. jjjp,  Malkins PINEAPPLE  Crushed, Sliced,  Tidbits,  WBSWWwA'maWpl.^^  l)WWHlgSWt��tMiBW^^  W��JWWWWI��ff��W^t^^  y  ,   ,   ���      ..  t fl r   j     I . ~.   ,   .   *  M%W������WWM>W��^^ \  ^%x.s....%. ��0mmMt\  44f*wen  ���.!"���  ' \ '-  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy and  Air Force  Unit 357  oy Adam McBride  GREETINGS! 7"  This week's columi^ -is just a potfull^.  of Pourri. Our Unit Colors have arrived!*  It is a beautiful banner! They also sent  the flagpole but explained that the reason the flagpole had been sawed into  six inch lengths was to make it easier  to post. Up till now we have been using  the banner of a friendly local organization whose club or unit colors are very  similar to our own. When the flag was  carried outside in the mist, or at night  when most of our members seem to be'  more inclined to appear, the flag is very  nice. But in the sunlight of daytime or  under the bright lights nf a mpeting hall  it is disconcerting to see the words "Blood  and- Fire!" which are emblazoned on the  borrowed banner. When the Union Jack  is flanked by two other banners: one the  -^Bloed-and. Fir^Vthe other one boldly  marked "Cloverdale Chicken Pluckers x  Association", one is hard pressed' to keep  an air of reverent sedateness upon the  proceedings.  v  \  Clerk on holidays . . .  er un  QNE Gibsons taxpayer made it perfectly  clear   to   council   in   writing   that   he  was not happy with a tax penalty assessed  him as  a result of  late  payment  of  taxes.      :    :     ��� % ��� ' :       '���    ~~    "  The man said he was at the municipal  hall to straighten the matter out ori Friday, July 28 ahd, "with three employees  sitting  thpre   whn���coy-Id���mrt���assist   my  test,   and  maintained   that* his  payment  was  not late.  "Other matters that have been before       (    .-\%*?;^;^.V^/>  council   in   my   interest,"   he' concluded,       /    \';7;>'_;.��,.-\7 *  -��� ���*      ' ��� - ��� ^ k_____'.   "'.��.��,*����*""  Tiave not been attended to very prom-  ptly. This I will at a later date bring  again to council.  Clerk  David  Johnston said   hp has  to  Wednesday, August 23, 1972  The Peninsula Times  T  \  Page B-3  ��� i  Gibsons Editorial Comment  \   ��� \  Or is it the same?  \  IT WOULD require enormous naivete to  suppose ��� that   votes   in   elections   are  sought only through the merits and policies of candidates and parties.  It was not thus in the past. Charles  Dickens, describing the famous Eataris-  will election in Pickwick Papers (written  1837), has a politician rejoice in the  "masterly strojke of poliqy" by which  his party had "opened all the public  houses in the place, and left our adversary  .' \  coffee, etc, in larger type than \ an op-:  portunity to "talk with the candidate?"  "What the Dickens have we come to?",  one migM ask. ' 7      7.   ,���������:    .. 7!,,  5  ' "i 7  Graduate Nurse.  Miss Brenda Weinhandl, daughter of  nothing but beer shops."  Ninenteenth century Canada was not  free from such "masterly strokes of pol-  The young but strong and mean man  to whom we sublet our shower stall as  sleeping quarters for the Salmon Derby  still refuses to leave. As he is apparently  here on a visiting visa from Yugoslavia,  and speaks no English, I think some unscrupulous scroundel in Vancouver must  have got hold of him because he claims  he paid his $25,000 and intends to stay  until the Salmon Derby (which he was  told was Canada's greatest horse race)  is run. Twice, (by borrowing a sound  effects record of hoof beats off a neighbor), we have lured him out far enough  into the kitchen to grab him, but being very thin from malnutrition and ra-  . ther slippery from the continual dripping  of our leaky shower he has darted back  into the biffy.  The Ladies Auxiliary of Unit 357 Anavets will be in action, running all aspects  of the kitchen for the upcoming Anavets giant $500 bingo on Sept. 16th. Their  own individual organization is being set  up now, so any gal who is interested,  just, phone Mrs. W. (Georgine) Nasadyk  at  886-9387!  'As far as the bingo itself is concerned,  one rather quaint member suggested we  cut the price of cards in half, but make  everyone play with one eye closed Ooh-  Boy!  If by chance you are walking along  lower Marine Drive anywhere between  the Bus stop and as far as Cosy Corners,  be very careful if you have a small child  or a pet with you! Drivers (who usually  have stayed for "one more" before they  start for the ferry) come along this section of road which, as it is within Gibsons environment, has NO SIGNS of any  speed regulations nor warnings of a playground or children's beach area! I have  personally picked up and removed from  the road, four dogs and a small cat who  have been killed by people who go by  here at speeds up to 40 to,50.miles an  hour. The only sign that denotes children may be running around is stuck  oif the shoulder of the road well into  the bushes and overgrowth. Possibly  after some little "tad" comes running up  from the beach and prances unthinkingly  (asi they usually do) out on to the road  and is knocked seventy or eighty feet  through the air, some form of warning  for motorists may be posted.       ��� ���  If, by chance, you care to try a different kind of grocery store, I suggest  you  visit the amazing store set  up by  . ...TOP ��_.,.y.9��ng. People on , Hall Road   .lust west of the main intqrsection of  Roberts Creek Village. Even if you buy  nothing,, you neve?., leave: there without  ^  cr    d!m     and H Wa��� feeling from lhis  ��� The decision on the rezoning of bur  ��KhSrt"0f th<7Highway apparently was  shelved" for three weeks    for further  discussions because the .completely com-  ��� prehensivo brief submitted by our Unit  ��w(p]usMa��rather*'cnuderbu^  dimensional drawing of theproposed ar-  won-by "lho Iteglorinl Planning Board!  Considering lhQ,iaQi th(U the Q(Jf.     �������  twill ties are rented), tho proposed rec-  ronUonnl park, |,0: Bk_mnB- ruik ot ,  ,- ���.(**. commercial venture inasmuch as It is  of P|T��rlurn h' *'P' nc"i1,ssi0�� tov'tho' use  fi�� ��� M111Uq? l?r TkQ U self-support-  ing), a Masonic Hall which Is a private  ." ?,!i8unl8f.tloncMPClrFopumo,- support  -   "wmBQlvoflJ'^h'd^-iRobW   CrookV own '  vary nigh   of q.o wt|Qk   (commercially)  , wo ,,i,U  vvithln ,,an  aroa. that-sooi ,to  '"Willy,,,to  provide  exactly ��� yrfbnt.- 'tudy -  IS? \T2mi\ihti iQmon *'�� �� W��t  to   wo id    "   >      m BnMV l0 n,19W uh  Aiionay Ihoro is rathov odd,  ,Vk---A',,---QV,*^.uUQ'" for, Heoroallon, io ���  Outside Uxmi Bowling,  billiar4���'A  cribbaBo,wlilfltr'social events 0 "S  ovw Mtmx��.��ro.o.kod for, plun n dS  .J ,?'"?" wore Jald out In ui.  now failed' <o appear at: (ho ]����_ /0110  ���UUlnH^Maybc it wiil ��how\r��Ul��  i ^  ,' .AimvotH wan iiovoi- churloretl lo lit.  '"."iiiiiw Uml mim,   L,,|K, ,11,,,,..,,,  ���ft A^a1"" ���mAi vi%  case, referred me" to Mr. Johnston, who  was on holidays." ���  "In all the dealings I have had at  present and in the past,'' the letter read,  "when someone is on vacation all matters have to go forward���it is not fair  that one should be so indespendable."  He said he paid the amount  in pro-  go by the postmark and the  letter with  the return was dated  past the deadline.   ,  "We   can't   make   any   exception     with  him," the clerk commented'.  In other council businessi a plan for  a subdivision application from William  Davis, Franklin Road, \was tentatively  accepted until a more detailed plan became available.  Shadow Parliament . . .  Pensioners For Action Now  plan own election campaign  BOX  35338  P.O.  Station  "E"  Telephone  873-1155.  "Pensioners for Action Now" today  announces its own election campaign to  choose "M.P.P.'s" (Members of Pensioners'  Parliament).  This proposed, new "shadow" Parliament of Pensioners will have an MP in  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  ARNOLD and Beverley Wiren from Sa-  7skatoon) Sask., also_ Mrs.._Wke^!s mother Mrs. Kermode from Vernon were  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wiljo Wiren.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Myers and  Mr. and Mrs. John Walker for two weeks  were Mr. and Mrs. O. Myers from Calgary who celebrated their 44th l wedding  anniversary when their daughter Ann  Walker entertained at a turkey dinner in  their honor.  Born to Pastor and Mrs. Gerry Foster,  their first child on August 1 at St. Mary's  Hospital, a baby daughter. Valeri Joan,  8 lbs. 12 oz.  Miss Esther Olsen from Vancouver  and David Fraser from Surrey were  guests at the N. Berdahl home over the  weekend.  Mr. and Mrs. Brent Marshall and family from Edmonton were guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Huxley Marshall. Brent had  been speaker at a teen-iime camp in  Northern Alberta  this summer.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Alan Nicholson were  in Washington for a few days recently.  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Birkin and family of Roberts Creek have returned from  a six-week motoring holiday. Crossing  Canada they visited relatives at Lake  Winnipeg, going on to see relatives of  Mrs. Flo Hicks at Cobourg, Ont., then to  Georgian Bay.' '  The Birkins followed the Cabot Trail  up Cape Breton Island where the beautiful scenery reminds one of parts of Scpt-  ..land... ,���..���......���.���. ..,, ,. .,, 7,,;.,....  At Prince Edward Island they visited  each riding to win public and candidate  support for better pensions.  The MPP's first-duty will be to arrange all-candidate, meetings to get a  commitment .from each regarding the  policy on pensions he will support in the  first session of the new parliament after  the election.  Similar commitments are being obtained from all national party leaders,  which they undertake to introduce, whether government or opposition; at the first  session.  Already, NDP Leader David Lewis,  and Leader of the Opposition, PC Bob  Stanfield, have publicly committed their  parties'"at*'Pension^    Pension policy is to get firm verbal,  written, radio and TV statements that  preclude "weasling" afterward. Pensioners will not this time be put off with  vague promises, which can be shelved  the day after the election.  The 1.8 million senior citizens pensioners in Canada, make up 13 per cent of the  eligible voters. With the support of the  near-pensioners (those between 50 and  64) and many young people, and families  of pensioners, there is a potential block  of 20 to 25 per cent of the voters. Such  a block could easily swing the election  in many ridings.  An Ottawa newsman has pointed out  that of their 155 seats, the Liberal Government won 51 by a slim margin of 10  per cent of the votes���30, by only 5 per  cent, and other seats by a mere I per cent  or 2 per cent. Six cabinet ministers won  their seats by less than a 10 per cent  margin, three by less than 2 per cent  and Bud Olson, Agriculture Minister, by  8/10ths of 1 per cent, or a 106 vote edge,  in the 25,000 votes cast in his riding.  Senior Citizens are aroused, angry,  and active at last, in their own- interests.  They have decided to act on PM Tm-  deau's "participatory Democracy" suggestion by voting for candidates who  agree to vote for better pensions.  ATTENTION���Senior Citizens Aasoci-  ation���Labor .iCoun^ls���Church.., Ga-oups  and Other Friends ''of"Pensioners.  The above News Release is being sent  Mr. and Mrs. William Weinhandl of  Gibsons, recently gratuated. from St.  Pauls Hospital School of Nursing in  Vancouver.  Blaney says Bennett  promoting NDP fear  PREMIER Bennett is again appealing to  the negative attitude of the voters,  according to Mike Blaney, Liberal candidate for Mackenzie riding.  "He is desperately promoting fear of  the NDP to cover the flagrant shortcomings of his own Social Credit policy,"  Blaney said. "He is asking the voter to  vote for him, not on the merits of his  own party, but on the basis that if you  don't the NDP will be elected."^  "This is not a healthy approach for  the voter to follow," he added, "as it is  not conducive to the discussion of the  positive policies that must be introduced  into this election.  The Liberal candidate said he is convinced the voter has much more intelligence than Bennett gives them credit  for and will not fall for his slick Madison Avenue charades.  "The Liberals in B.C. have an excellent chance of winning this ��� election,"  he  said,   "and   they   will   do   it   on   the  basis . of . their own-���policies���which���are-1  positive and provide a real viable alternative to the deceitful patronizing policies of the Socreds."  Blaney urged the voters to investigate  the policies of the three candidates in  this riding by attending meetings or  phoning in their questions. He also urged  the voters to make their own decisions  and vote for the candidate who most  closely satisfies their expectations.  "Do not vote for a party, any party,  just because you are against another,"  he added. "That is a .negative'vote and  can only result in continued refusal to  adopt the innovative new policies needed  to meet the aspirations, of an enlightened  generation." N  icy.." In-1874, speaking against the secret ballot, an MP told the Commons that  "election cannot be carried without  money. Under an open system of voting  you can readily ascertain .whether the  voter has deceived you. Under vote by  ballot, an elector may take your money  and vote as he  likes,"  Few politicians could be equally candid  today  but what is   one  to  think kof  r candidates   such   as   those   in. our  next  provincial   election   at   the   end   of   this  month who advertise meetings with free  NEVENS  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer vfor:  ZENITH  R.C.A.  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  * *     *     *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  * *      #      ���  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE MODERN  APPROACH  TO YOUR  HOME OR  BUSINESS  If Costs Less Than You Think  BULLDOZING - EXCAVATING - ROADWORK  ^���^"^GRAVEI_T^NDn^  SCANDIA BLACKTOP Ltd  WE GO  ANYWHERE  FREE ESTIMATES  98877661  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  730 E. KEITH, NORTH VANCOUVER  the  Anne   of   Green   Gables   and   from     ,      ,.   ..     _._  ,.  thevrol.lng.:WUs.;Viewe^^  farms and gardens  In Quebec the Birkins found it inter  We. earnestly request your help in calling  a meeting in your constituency to soled  esting to travel the byways and see'small ^^TNL^r-so.he m&y get--on-with-All-  towns. They toured Montreal and rode Candi<we meetings. Send us your MPP'b  tho subway, namo and Address as soon as possible.  ,  Going   into .the  United States , thoy.  ,.,.  ,.,.,...������r , ,,,..,,  . ,, ,   passed througlv Maine, "Vermont, New included the visitbrs, being most friendly  I^mpsl.irerNew-Yorl.;nhe��  of  Illinois,  Wisconsin,    Minnesota    and Sympathy   is   extended   to   tho   sor-  Worth, Dakota ��� Into, Canada,,,, Crossing ;tho. vowing wife, and, parents |Of> Bruce Dun-  Rockies they travelled off tho main road    ami, formerly of Jlopkins Landing, who ,  to Mlctto Hot Springs and made .  side   "passed away recdnUy, His parents, Mr,  trip to picturesque Mellgne Lake, Return-    Und Mrs. Al Duncan, are populur former  ing by Rogers Pass the vacationers wore             " "   -  aware of the variety of,scenery and vast-  ness of 'our country, ��� ,'  Although thov weather wa,s indifferent  tho  travellers, had  a, happy   trip,   Ono  Incident  tho Birkins especially  remember was when" ttioy.werarw'rt largo gamp '  In  Michigan where a big  bonfire  ana  1  <v-  you vote for  i��   v ���    *^7_-JiiB*afc-j1,t''    '      H."<  proprietors of the Hopkins Landing Store.  Mr. and Mrs.R, Bruckott and Avici  have returned, from the' Gulf; Islands,  Randl Brackett spent tho summer with*  relatives up tho Alaska Highway. Pun '  Beckett is back from a holiday up north.  . 7*Mr7.,nnd7,Mrfi," ,Q,obrgo ,Marshall' antl  family from Now Wdstminfjtor oi'o vncn-  hayrldo was being, hold and people thoro    Honing hero for tholr annual visit,  " ��nn.����|.��.  Miss bee's  CARDirGIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Socholt�� 805.9066  "      7        P.O. BOX 213  Hollmar't.CoMtU  cardi   and  wrapplnni,  Flno  Bnfllhh  china  cup.  and  nwrn1.  Doutlquo Itomi, local orHili palnMnp-.  ��� d>   \  lr.<i.VM*"r��i-i|.<H. (Vprinlwiilbd NhuWaAlMa  i^it^itiWijSwifsuMMifj itepttuit,. vnm  BCTrtRKEY  is a great cut-up  ��iH<^Mi��^^^**��-Btt# mnw  ���.  j ����(< * -i  Mnny pooplo aim think of turhoy oniy.ln.tw'mB of lho ���  mncinl'loont whole hire) on tho holiday lahlo, But thin la ',  only pnil oftlio (tloiyof iuiKoy,lod��y, B.O, lioinomaKoia''  mo cllnooyoilnfl tijat Unkcy oonmonto nro not only thillty ���  hut tilled with ponnlhllllloB lor ovoiyrlny monltlmo \\\\a; It  tahoq'only a nlioit tlmo to out h wholri tiir'Koy Into di\jm-  Btlokn,'thlnhfl, hronotB mid othor ploaorr,- poilontfor ���'  baihoouon find o^ioroloo; TuiKoy In (rlonl (or loncluo  :oooklnp,Joo^.Dlmply.Qubn,i!and.d(p.|n-llflht-bott6r,LArid�����  . thntVonly a boolnnlna,' Tuikoylo a yoar>iaund food  7lavorllO'.i. .an economical, and highly vnVlod way to  cn|6y n nutrltloua moat courso, For tho cdmplotoBtaiy7  on n,o,��Qiown turkay, Inoludlno a variety ol dollQiniul  .    roolpoa, wrlto:' \      ��� ��� ,   ��� .  ���ty9'ti#mt>**t>��te*T*>*to>��*  tfMMmfr _sr FOOD INFORMATION  .OUAV  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  *%V  Porllamont Dullcllnoa, Ylolorln, B.C.    .  il*  W��>m!!rf��**Wft��W!ii  Jt li$i wi( <H&W St'+WhjifWSfipV"**  Blaney  (Your Mackenzie Riding Liberar Candidate)  \   -'^"Wf h \     f,$<_.[.{���<J*.  1 (���  'Mmtlj   I^F* 4*.4_*i ft  . tfVl* H*1*** '(B"   "  |^|a.ilWaMW��^allfi#t^  you hardly know Him?  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The Peninsula Times
by Don Morberg
MACKENZIE'S     all-candidates     meeting
was a very tame affair. The fire and
brimstone of past political meetings didn't_
"exist in Dwight . Hall as Liberal Mike
'B-aney, NDP, Don Lockstead and Social
Credit incumbent Isabel Dawson look
the platform Thursday to explain \their
party's policies and field questions." Attended by 30Q people, the meeting was
sponsored by Local 76:
Luck of the draw had Don Lockstead
speaking first. Like the others, he was
given 20 minutes to speak and then a
five minute relmtlal.
-    Xdcl-Cslead    cTuTTiTied" several    cliangcs
that an NDP government would put into
effect.  These  included a Hansard  in  the
legislature,   government   palct   out   insur
ance,     limited
"thoughtful changes" in' education, and
removal Of school taxes from homeowners.
He chastized the present government
for ignoring regional boards and ratepayers' groups and pointed out NDP policies
on labor including the proposed removal
of  "restrictive  labor regulation."
He talked about the NDP Indian affairs policy, the NDP programs on pollution conlrol, secondary industry and
guaranteed $200 monthly income.
In summing up, Lockstead added,
"we offer an alternative to a government
which has lost contact with the people.
We will put the emphasis where il should
be. on the needs of the people."
Liberal* Mike Blaney said, "I don't
feel the NDP or the Socreds are capable
of accepting new ideas and new solutions
to old problems. We have problems that
are increasing in complexity and the people don.'t want the same old hackneyed
political  expressions  for answers."
Blaney   expressed  concern  over  "polarized   politics.   This  creates  an   aura   of •
confrontation    politics,"    he    said,    "ahd
that's not  the Way to create positive legislation."  .    ,
"We need to decide," he said, "what
progress is. We' have to decide our objective.1.. Let',s take a real deep look at ...
ourselves and decide what we want. The
Liberals have platforms, but I hey are objectives,  'not   promises." ,
Isabel Dawson stated: "It has been my
endeavour to represent you to the best of
my ability in a positive and forthright
manner. I have always worked in your
Mrs. Dawson outlined the projects
which have been carried out in the district since she was first elected in 1966.
They included commuter passes on the
ferries, the Artaban Training centre, the
group living home, Myrtle Rock Park,
the ferry terminal, Texada ferry, new
provincial building, Lois River bridge,
new construction on Highway 101 presently being carried out, financial help to
school UNESCO, Powell River Regals,
Highland Laddies and the Vancouver
Symphony   Orchestra  performance.
"I ask for your support," she said, "to
continue to work for you people here in
the Mackenzie riding."
In rebuttal, Lockstead referred to the
list. Mrs. Dawson had given and said,
"These are lhe jobs of the MLA, I expect
lo be doing these things if elected.
They're part of the Job. It is the function
of government to provide mads antl bridges."
Blaney's rebuttal was short and centred around new philosophies for government. .   .   .
Mirs. Dawson, in her rebuttal, expanded on the government's senior citizen pol-
' icy; 'callingr'.l:i;r','U.e*'''Wost.'-''t)'r6gi,e'ssive''*]n'
the western world.'
The first question from tho floor wets
directed at "Mike Blaney and c6hceiMi,ed;
construction of dams,
"I can promise you," Blnney answered, "that if the Liberals were elected,
there'll he no Plnod!tng"ol' the Skagit ypN
or prostitution (if natural' resources."
LqcKhUxhI answered a quest'on l.hm.1
the NDP and regional boards saying, "Originally the NpP members voted I'or 1ho
concept to y'vo people the opportunity to
m'anufjb their own local (U'l'ftlrs, Since
• then something has hnppoono." to lho ro-"
gional  boards. They're being dictated to
Vom  above.  I believe  the  boards  are  a,
good Idea, but the board's idea must coh-~~
form to the wishes of the people in the
region- and  not" people   in ^ Victoria."    .
All the candidates were asked about
financial aid for separate schools and the
answers went like this: Lockstead:"some'
aid for private schools." Blaney: "firmly
committed to 60 per cent^of the cost of
administration, teachers and text books."
" Dawson: "would like to see the best possible education, but without duplication
"of services because that leads to escalation of expenses.".
-— On -Hve-sa-le-of-B-.GH-and-to -non-Can— ttLTn.^' s--u.it "bur "WlTirtV'^TTnptn't^rrrr-fe
adians answers were: Lockstead: "would ,|H. waV they're interpreted. Both- paries
oppose sale of crown lands to foreigners, c.al1 say they want better ferry service,
and-would have* long term leases-for-Gan——|,t:; better ferry-service to ua. means no-t
stejd had finished answering his numer-
oii- questions. "I hope this isn't an indica-
■■fir.'ir of-tbe-straw ■vate^~"_Te said.        ~
, " The first question was about the gift
Ui\ We consider the gift tax a double
t;i\" he said, "and'■ would get rid of it.
On ihat subject, I consider all the pro-
v,,„ ul tax'laws as archaic as hell. They
:,n i,ei-,d an overhaul."
i he second question was, "If the NDP
l„,i„ I,--, are .outdated, then why are the
l..i,.iul policies taken almost word for
v,,ul from.the NDP policies?",
he   policies     may   be     the   same,"
Wednesday, August 23, 1972
election     expenditures,     adians only^ Blaney: "no one, other than
Canadian Citizens or landed^ immigrants
should own so much as one square foot
of Canada." Dawson: "no crown land "sold
to foreign ownership. This law has now
been passed. It is on the books in the
house." This reply brought a round of
laughter  from  the audience.
All candidates agreed that recycling
was pari of B.C.'s future. Blaney said he
was in favor of government assisted research and government assisted education  on  recycling."
On government run auto insurance,
IiOckstead said an Nf)P study showed it
would ,save about 22 per cent on insurance cost. "Much of the insurance premium is 'used for administration cost
and much of it, is  leaving Canada."
Mrs. Dawson was asked why government officials have government run insurance and the cost of it.
"The drivers who use government car
insurance are a pretty select group," she
said and the audience reacted with roars
of laughter. "But I don't know the cost."
All candidates came out in support
of the development of secondary industry
in B.C. Lockstead said that secondary
industries must be developed, but^not at
the risk of the environment. Blaney
agreed with him and Mrs. Dawson added
that the B.C. development corporation
had been set up to loan money to companies wanting to start secondary industry  in R.C.
At that point, meeting moderator Joe
Kane from Local 70 handed the candidates written questions which members
of. the audience had handed in. . Each
candidate was .given the questions- and
given  time  to  study  them.
Lockstead was the first to speak. The
first question concerned the frequency
of elections. "If the NDP were in power,
I'.believe we would hold elections about
every four years, or if we were defeated
in the house, there would be an election."
He was also asked to define "socially
acceptable public works" as outlined in
the NDP policy. This he defined as projects to aid segments of the public, such
as senior  citizens.
Lockstead  was  asked  if he had  ever
nmre. cheaper ferries, but less traffic and
more  commuters."
the cost level will be kept at an equal
level. How can you expect intelligent
people to accept three and four per cent
increases when they see prices going up
ten-per cent aod-more?"
Blaney got the last word in the meeting oh the same question. He said, "We
have fo assess our priorities. This legislation is discriminatory. We' would remove
education taxes from property. Education is a people, not a property thing. I
hate the spectre of wage and price controls. I would rather-restrict wages, prices
ancl. profits to a level the same as the
increase in the gross national productivity. That would also help to stabilize the
dollar and mal-fe." it more- attractive ""orF
the' export market. That would mean
that businesses could budget ahead and
-exports-would-bt? easier to noil."	
Rulk of the questions, went to Isabel
Dawson. One asked why,, the Socreds
vnteel down proposed pension increases
.'or the elderly -last  February.
That was a bill from the opposition," Mrs. Dawson said, "and bills which
i,.quire money expenditures are the pre-
im'ative of the party in power. Besides,
I .iidn't like tlie part of the bill which
■ i.itcd that the recipient had to be living
IM Canada for six months. My feeling
wa . ihal a retired person should be free
t,i live anywhere' he wants after retirement." -
Asked about her salary, Mrs. Dawson
replied' that her living allowance and
indemnity as an MLA was $10,000 and
she received an additional $6,500 for being a member  of the cabinet.
In reply to another question, she said
ihal she believed in free collective bargaining and she was open to suggestions
en" how situations where "people., are actually endangered by the loss of public
service through a strike should be handled. "There is no completely satisfactory solution," she said.
After she fielded her questions, the
floor was thrown open to questions again.
One woman asked Mrs. Dawson why
if crown land cannot be purchased by
non-Canadians, why could it . be. leased„„
for ;H) years.
"I've never heard this 99 year figure,"
Mrs. Dawson said, "I would like to check
on  this 99 year  figure."
In answer to another questions, Blaney said, "Bill 33 is the most backward
legislation since horse and buggy day's:"'"'
On this same subject, Dawson said, "if
you give me a practical solution, I will
discuss it with you. I believe there must
be a solution. Acts can be amended. Give
me a realistic approach to the situation."
The Moran Dam question sparked
these replies from the candidates. Lockstead: "I'm opposed to it one the basis
of ecology. It will seriously hurt .the
salmon spawning grounds which are the
best in  the world." Blaney:  "We simply
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been  as   plant   supervisor,  threatened   toV will  not  build  it.   Premier  Bennett says
fire a union leader for refusing to cross
a   picket   line.   Lockstead   answered  that.
in   the  three  and   a   half  years   that  he
had   been  a  plant  supervisor,  there  had
only   been, one picket   line,  that one  put
up  by   the striking  tow   boat  operators.
"And   nt   that  time,"   he said,  "not  only
did no one cross the picket line to load,
even  the  supervisory  c|kl  ]\q\  cross   the
line. We were prepared to lose our jobs
before we'd scab."
Blaney held his lwo written questions
up  I'or the audience,. to see after Lock-
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he will   not  build   it,   but   then   he  said
he would  not  take  over  B.C.   Electric."
Dawson: "I haven't heard we were going to build the Moran Dam. We're all
following courses to preserve our resources."
Asked about ceilings on bargaining
limits, Lockstead said, "There has to be
a mutual responsibility in bargaining
which we're not getting now. The government sets limits, but then exceeds the
limits in other areas.. It's important for
...the. government to show the people that
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.L-.L \  ��f    ���        ���   .���^mml4^f'^-'  V  \'  SI  \\  -\  Sechelt News  Wednesday, August 23,1972   ' ���    The Peninsula Times * Page B-5  MR. AND- 4--Mrs. Harry Robertson ot  '.Selma Park were down to the big; city  to \ay goodbye to - their son Peter and  his iriend'Doug-Conway, both of North  Vancouver, who were' flying over- to  Frankfurt, Germany on\lhe start of a  year's tour, of Europe. While there the  boys \vilj take in the Olympic Games at  Munich. v  Also down, to see uncle Peter off were  nephews Scott, Todd and Peter, his sister Susan and brother ^Michael and girlfriend Mary Jane Campbell. ,  Miss Shirley Cook took Adrian Ake-  son completely \ry surprise with a bridal  shower at the Cooky's Home in West Sechelt. Adrian was. only stopping by f��r >a.  minute on her way swimming so was ai-  tired in blue jeans and casual top. This  was on Aug. 9 and ��� present/but not 'n  hlue jeans, were friends Lori Bowman,.  Kit Moffat, Sharon Doyle, Wendy Walker, Maria L,e^sk, tteattr..' Jasmar; Ter-  esa Himmel, Carol Hurcus, ~IyIrs7J. Ake-  son, Mrs. E. BuchhorrtSgf Gibsons, Mrs.  Ma Cook. Ladies unabl^to attend but  their gifts were there incwfled Adrian's  grandmother Mrs. Baren, Miss Linda  Clayton,  Miss  Barbara   Abrams.  The lucky man who will share in the  ���by Peggy Connor ���  by Caroline Newsham, Kim Bryson,."^.va  Ban..i,  Gail '-ThnmasT  Dorraine   Pearson^"  Ann C'rei('htons ^  Tlie  Brownies  presented  Tawny  Owl  Mrs   Korrjnne Martin  with  a  gift  of  a  lovely   ^ase.   The   pack   appreciate   the^  work  Mrs.,Martin  has  done.  .Now  they1  need   another   Tawny   Owl     for   Wilson,.  Crevk!  Anyone so  interested please call  Mis   Joan  Newsham  885-2098.  F.11n.llment of new brownies by their  in..ie:te<l mothers for Sechelt pr Wilson  Cii'.-k please phone District Guider Mrs.  Di.i.ald'a Sigouin 885-9763.  THEY would legalize scabs  Witl^ Bill  88,  Mr. and Mrs.  Lome Taylor  ceremony unites  ^senior citizens  DESTINY   changed   plans    at   a   recent  '   farewell party in Vancouver, resulting  in   t\vo; senior,   citizens;  becoming   bride  and -groom in a happy family ceremony  ^��i��MM����Mda<ai����MMaiy��������i��a<a<v>JM-aM��JO��<a����a<vw>J��<Ma������������w��i��ijy  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  Madeirq Park'  Phone 883-2698  *  Crystal    .*��� Liinofies .  '  *  English  Bone China  * Pauline Johnson and Welch's Candies  *   Hand Made Arts and Crafts  *   Cards and Gift Wrap  ___________w***ii*wmim4nnmm**wm*9mnmf<*9nniit*i*. !  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  ,.,.. For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident- Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  at. St. Hilda's Church in Sechelt..  The party held in Vancouver was ��� to  say farewell to- Mrs. .B'rarices , Louise  King'don, who was leaving to lake up  residence at Greene Court i,n Sechelt.  Parting from his friend was too much  for widower Lome Taylor of Stevestcvn,  and on Saturday, August. l&th,. 197-2 .thp  two friends .were, united- in 'maJ.Krr.Qny  by  Candn  Minto  Swan.  Mrs. Eva' Hayward /was qrgaiiist. at  the quiet pererrtpny where the. bride .was  given in marriage by her son-in-law Mr.  Harry; Jenkins. '���-���,.        -  The reception was. held -at ."Devonia",  Da_yis .Bay,, the home of Mrs. Lorne Taylor's, daughter and so"n-in-law, Mr. and  .Mrs. Harry Jenkins. Making the event  even more; memorable was the wonderful reception prepared by Mrs. Betty  Williams and her two sisters-in-law,. Miss  Adelaide Williams and Mrs. Helen Race,  recently arrived on a visit from England,  also Mrs. Williams' daughter, Mrs. Margaret" Webb" ancTMrs. Eva Hayward.  Family guests were Mrs. Lome Taylor's grandson, Paul Jenkins from College  Militaire * Royal, St. Jean," Quebec7 "Mr.  and Mi-s. W. R. Wedge and Miss Doreen  Wedge, daughter and family of the bride  from Ligonier, Pennsylvania; and sister  of the groom, Mrs: Ruby Law from Victoria.  Upon their return from a honeymoon  in Winnipeg, Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Taylor  will take up residence in Davis Bay.  In  tailor's shop:  "Suits  measured  in  your home. All areas ccrvered.".  |  TO ALL RATEPAYERS  k  at  SANDY HOOK -  TILLICUM BAY  i  1  l  AND VOTE  For Garbage Pick-up in the above Areas  VOTING WILL BE AT  ��^W��'^4i".tp^i=M^M^^W."*:*"'^ii'-!i^*^*v'.  _"i(*1��W(.*ft|iffiiite^I,i?"iMJf1lJi(A ^uNiv. f tte^wltrt * if,*.;��f#*i^ I  Tillicum Bay Marine Resort  SATURDAY AUGUST ?$   8 a.m.   to   8 p.m.    ������'������^���'���^���^���^'^  'M.  l6vely gifts received by Adrian is Wolfgang Buckhorn of Gibsons.  Home after two weeks cruising around  our coastal waters are Don and Hazel  Hadden. Living aboard their 26' cabin  cruiser "Bunty" affectionately nicknamed  "The Beasty" the Hadden's were up to  Desolation Sound. Stuart Island, hit some  rough weathej- ��o ,pulled into the Gorge  Harbour on Cortez Island and lingered  there for a few days.  Stopping at Campbell River to pick  up Don's son David who showed them  some choice fishing spots around Cortez  Island. To show his appreciation Don  caught his limit. Their 45 year old-vessel has lots. of character and since its  purchase 5 years ago the Haddens have  been adding some of their own to it,  shining 'it up and outfitting it to Power  Squadron standards. A good many good  years left in old Bunty yet.  VISITORS  Mrs. Don Hadden has had her mother-  in-law Mrs. Woodham of Sooke, visiting  here with her sister Mrs. Kitty Thompson  qf^Porlland., .Qregom _,_This was ,a .good...  time for a family reunion with Mrs. Hadden's daughter Mrs. Jim Bell (Joy) and  her daughter April coming from Edmonton and another daughter Dianne (Mrs.  Elderton with children May and David,  from  North  Vancouver.  Visitors at Mrs. E. Lambe's at Lambe's  Cove, West Sechelt, are Mr. and Mrs.  Sveen and Mrs. Sveen's mother Mrs. As-  kilstead of Vancouver. Mr. Sveen who  is the owner of Midway Industries in  Vancouver was delighted with his fishing partner Mr. Manfred Cook who took  him out where the fish were. They lim-.  ited out with salmon and, to the delight  of this Norwegian  visitor, rock cod.  Mrs. Lambe hosted her visitors and  the cook family, Manfred Marian and  Shirley, at the Village Cafe for dinner.  Cousins of Mrs. Alice French dropped,  in for a visit Mrs. Betty Twigg of West  Vancouver, Mrs. Gladys Thomson of  North Vancouver and friend Mrs. Mary  Reynolds and her two daughters of West  Vancouver.  VACATING  It was two week's holiday in Nanni-  mo for Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rodway and  daughters Lori, Lynda and Kathy. Terry  Rodway and cousjh Scott and Craig are  spending three weeks at hockey school in  Nanaimo and uncle Terry Rodway's two  younger sons Brad and Keith are in hoo  ....key. school for two weeks. -���������- .-- -  Home for the month of August, is  Mrs. Karen Jensen staying with her parents the Herb Stbckwells. Karen is teaching in the Nanaimo School District, and  will  be  at  the  Davis   Road  School   in  *< I_adysmlth7 '"' ���-������������"����������� *" "---'-�������� ���������������-���--   BEACH PARTY  The 1st Wilson Creek Brownies held  �� beach party Aug; 13 oYi* JackRon's lovely  *.*beach,'-al���Wllaon^Creei.,*��-The*'Brownios����*  came to enjoy the 'goodies prepared by  tholr leaders, Brown Owl Mrs, Joan  ' Ndwsharh^ Tawny Owl ' Mr,s7 Korrinno  Martin, Fairy GodmotJ.or Mrs, J u n o  Sheridan, The carefully placed small I'lro  cooked delicious hot dogs,  District Quldor Donalda Sigouin gnvo  'HP/ her   Sunday   to  pin. the .followlnfl  .���,( Radges on the 1st WUsoiv Creek Brownlom  . Cooks badgp Cindy Clark, World Frloiul-  ' ship,  w'\lch  ';��kos, some  doing  to  u<>l,  r plus-thplr- three year, stars wore earned  GOLDEN  WEDDING  Mi and Mrs7 Aubrey Cobleigh hon-  'or.vi Mrs. Cobleigh's father and mother  JVk. aiid_7Mrs. -Cyril Hughes of Selma  P'.ir'k, on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary, 'w^ith a buffet supper  at their home in Selma Park Aug. 19th.  The following day it was open houso held.  for friends to drop in and wish them-  continued   happiness. ���  Grandchildren present were Jill,  Bruce and Heather Cobleigh and Leslie  and her husband Walter Bussanich and  sons   Richard ' and   James,   from   Prince  Rupert.  Other   out-of-town   guests   were,   Mr.  and Mrs. Lorne Lewthwaite of Victoria;  Mr. and  Mrs.' WilliamCopan  and  Scott  ol Mount Lake Terrace, Washington; Mr.  and Mrs. Gerald Busch Auburn Washington ai}d  their son  Todd;  Mr.  and Mrs^.  Kevin Shannon and three daughters. Terrace, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Person, Smith-  ers; Mrs. William Kurtz, Parksville; Mrs.  Ke^ Lewthwaite came up from Vancouver  bringing   her   guests   from   England  with   her   Penelope   Dickson   and   Mrs.  Nut ley. Paul Lewthwaite, Vancouver, Mr.  and Mrs. G. H. Trapp, Haney. Also from  Vancouver  were  Mrs.   R.   V.  Clark  and  Robin, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pallot, Mr.  and  Mrs. Wm. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dun-  dop, Mr. and Mrs. G. Clark, Mr. and Mrs.  Clark   Owen   and   grandla'ughter   Sandy,  Miss Dorothy  Trapp  and    Miss    Nancy  Tuline;  Mrs.  B.  Willock.  Seehelt  guests  for the buffet were Miss Mary  LePage,  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shields.  Open   house   guests   from  Vancouver  were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott and their  two  children   Troy   Kimberley,   Mrs.   P.  Delainey   Mr, and Mrs. >, A. ..Kiowa ty. and-,  Wendy. '  Messages came, from Mrs. Hughes'  nephew Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Irene  Trapp in- Ontario and Roy Lewthwaite in  San   Jose.  Mr. ancl Mrs. Hughes havs spent their  lives around the Vancouver area moving  to Parksville, then to Selma Park in  1964.  COOPER'S GREEN  A letter has been received from Honorable Minister Ray Williston advising  the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission that they are "seriously considering Cooper's Green for acquisition under  provisions of the Green Belt Protection  Fund Act." Now you have heard as.much  as I. .-...  We believe workers deserve  job security. Let me know  what YQIJ think.  SUPPORT  DON LOCKSTEAD  ��� * ��� ��� ��� <,  NIW/pIMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  .*.*��  4*  3  w��t.  For Information Call  48677430  W^Af * *******  "\SkL'  /  'J  ���3U     V  i  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  # PAINT SALE ���  I st line Shake & Siding Velva Guard, 16 colors;, gal. 6.95  Interior and Exterior Latex, gal. ___-, 6.50  Interior Semi-gloss, gah  _ __________ 7%95  FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES FOR THE PAINTER  ��� We have a full line of NEW and USED FURNlTIM;in  stock - for example - Wagon Wheel Bunk Reds with  mattresses  179.95  ir 8 Track Car and Home Stereos, Radios, Record Players,  e^ 1\F we//"c^ c^  adapters.  TRUCK  ALL BELOW COST!  I  BENNER FURNITURE Co. Ltd.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Sechelt Phone 885-2058  f_VUUI_Vjri____T^^  '    .....      I  Your Recreation Centre  UIMMUW  jv.ti4Mimj.tin  ���&H<m<4p u*wi��{rti> *i#i  A)Pti:At;HOME  in the  p��'4**W>����W����HFW*l*��*��',Wi  ��w*^��^prtt>fWt*^|'-M(^ f  Our Second* Federdl Grant is being spent  .      i , , . i  ''    .     " '  Almost $30,000 in wages Kas been paid  ACCOMPLISHED  IN THIS MAGNIFICENT  B  f,  tK^ 11 '*f-tW H V,��*^i(.)im��KfewV��l>i  _    -_- _ I'**    I*  ilderness  M*#MKjf*fcMB^  .rJWULn-  W^Wtl^l��W!jlW|tWt|W  m^<*ifmH��w*<>lmgimmHwym.%m  fiw*��wuij<* >t^#mp*t>&*fi*<.-&&44>twtv**��^^Miww��it'iMW��*v I  I ��w��>flWWVl'it^WI��iie*��4�� &*_   i -WW**  ^SECOIMD GRANT WAS OFFERED BY THE  qQVI^RWIViRWT BECAUSE THE PROJECT HAS  p'T .".  f *^tott#��fcAWtt&'tr.')  **bw  I ' '-III ,    t I F I I I  mmm%__-__mimmmm%Wm_mmm^^  ____.  (..-  **mmmbtoh*ttmmmmm  ^f^��M������4M����pB|llMW*i'W��tw(twW��� aa^^WaFP^^4��MHw����*��w��M**  FOR YOUR PINING  ,    ,   ��� ���',   ' ,,, ,     provided by   ' /,    , ^ ',.     '  t uintii  m:  POPULAR GOUNTRif ANP WESTERN GROUP.  I,  atimiiinun  mm  DINING It A.M. to 8 p.m.  7. ,.......i [   7^./        * ���_��� *"       ______ *'       ' __  /        ___. ''   '  CABARET 9 P.M. tx> 1:30 A.M  1      ' , t ' i  Sunshirio Const  Hwy - Sochelt  enirutu  inina  i     7  ('  ouutae  SMORGASBORD  ^T^CKSneso tSm  Western Dishes  . i' .," ,i, ,,,' ,�� ,  5:30 p,m, to PsOO p.m.  ^S(itHirctayr��ncl'*SHnday��  Saturclay ..ond��. Sunday:  HALF A SPfMNGj CHIGKRM  WfTH Aii THE TRIMMINGS  *(. ^  ,<!.! .��-.!  ii����WHap#i(*��,rtlilf<<ll��*.f,ij|(>pi"p(*��1i-^/f'i tn With Mrs. Helen Christian and Mr.  Jack Barrett in charge of Pender's  first building supply and tool rental  establishment at the Francis Penin-  Friendly Service  sula intersection, there is always a  friendly reception and the coffee is  not just for special occasions.  Mr.  Barrett has more than twenty years  experience to back up his advice to  the home builder.  Two openings . . .  Pender Harbour expanding  with new business outlets  si.i>  Me? I m voting for  UNCLE MICK'S     X  he stands for  GUALITir FOOTWEAR"  Dental Topics  TWO dental* scientists have found that  . the use of high-pressure chambers,  like those used to treat the bends which  deep sea divers frequently get, may be  effective in treating patients with aft infection in their lower jaw.  Reporting their findings to an inter-  . national meeting of dental researchers  .last month, they said that six' patients  with a lower jaw infection were placed  in hyperbui'ic...,chambers,..,a.l,.-twioi.4,.atrnor..������,���  spheres of pressure using 100 per cent  oxygon  for  two  hours each  clay  for 30  ..to .GO days. , ,.,.,,���..,,. ...,:, ,  ..  The cliseuso in, these patients had not  responded lo conventional treatment  ovor a period of several months. In the  ' hyperbaric chambers, oxygon supplied to  �����! ho ���cIlKcased-l issue-was "increased��t.o-neni'��'  sutiiriiUoii levels, thus promoting moro  riipicl   holding   and   more  elimination  of  "' doiuf'l)0ii(7 ���������������'--" "���������'-'���' '"' ������"��� ������"';"  The rosoiirohorH said lhat this new  uho I'or llio chambers may opon lho way  lo research In lho treatment, of many  ouhuh nf inl'lumma^ory and dogonoriUlvo  cUhoiihoh , of' .tho bohoH,.'.'".''.'.."7.,   ,      .  , 7',  Well Stocked "2"  Paint department of A.C. Rentals  and Building Supply brings to the  Harbour, big city service', and is  just one department of the well-  equipped store which has just about '  everything the builder requires including labor-saving equipment for  rental and expert advice from the  staff,   MISSION ACCOMPLISHED  In 1958, the Unitarian Service Com-  'mltt'ee'rnade ^n investment of $10,000 to  support training of 'midwives in tho Gaza  Strip. The program has .been so successful that now, 14 years la*t'er,'the area has  ,a sufficient number of trained midwives  for its needs.  PENDER   HARBOUR   with   pix   EXPAN  PENDER Harbour area took a giant step  forward during the past week with  lhe opening of its first building supply  establishment and a new branch of the  Royal  Bank  of Canada.  Located at the Frances Peninsula intersection, A. C7 Rentals and Building  Supply is. in close proximity to Harbour  Supplies making this area the centre for  anything to do. with house construction  and furnishings.  ' A. C. Rentals Ltd. commenced operation in Garden Bay last October. Owned  by Art and Helen Christian, the business  has expanded to include not only rentals  but one of the most comprehensive stocks  of building supplies to be found on the  Sunshine  Coast.  Manager of the new store is Mr. Jack  .Barrett who has a wealth of experience  in the business* for he owned and operated Coe Lumber on West Broadway,  Vancouver from 1949 until 1971. Mr.'Barrett and his wife Margaret now live in  Garden Bay. Mr. Art Christian is himself  a Builder and. the combination of experience in the building and. supply field  should spell success for this new enterprise.  Helping Mr. and Mrs. Christian in the  business will be their sons Lee, Dave and  Steven and their daughters Susan and  Linda.  Operating six days a week from Monday to Saturday, the new store will be  open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. the extra  hours   service   will   accommodate   people  travelling to and from work.  The official opening was held last Saturday with tremendous bargains throughout the store plus the added bonus of  coffee and Mrs. Desbiens' freshly baked  doughnuts.  Happy  Helpers  No time for summer holiday boredom for Linda Christian and her  friend from Vancouver, Valerie Buw-  lan doing a real job of work, counting out strap ties and snap-in form  ties for sale at Linda's parents' new  store where they are learning a  whole new vocabulary l of building  supply terminology.  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times,  Wednesday, August 23,71972  .v  y.    ��*���-. -  hpWMpMWii ��'  .'*i!.��K*.*  ui*n4tninnttu.^9.ftmtjmiiftmtit9.iii  30" ELECTRIC RANGE.  ^Itttftl^fttt A_V*^.  Large   oven   window7 rotisserie   with  pilot    light,    plug    out    elements,    2  appliances   outlets,   in   Harvest   Gold  for  $329,00  WIDE SELECTION  OF  APPLIANCES  ON  DISPLAY .  .  .  ���_\WKm_lg_X__^_XSR  f  it*Hnm_i w��tuut_m mwwwww*m  I'  l.X_  ,_a��avi��r  * ww  .~,i  HARBOUR  SUPPLIES  Sunshine Coast Highway and Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2513  i_-ma.%iHitli^f.i#Ardil&*.  Walter Safety anya,  "Investigate condition*  BEFORE entering lho  water, and always swim  with a buddy,'*  Your Eyes. A Pacific  eunsot  A  /. _  -   ,���,p���,,That'8 whatyou'vo got  to lose.  at Have .  ft to lose?  Your Hoarlng. A bird at  your window. The laughter,  of children. A good ]ok.e.  Your baby's first word.  That's what you've got  to lose. . ,..  HOME HANDYMAN FIX-IT  CmMm49444mrmfi^nf<fnnn4vnmmnmm9mnt%>i  i  NYGIJEM SALES  v(1?>i)������UTrp,.,. 1.  Your PAPCO PAINT .  ..DEALER .in GIBSONS-  THE FUN OF FURNITURE  - REF6N6SHBNG ...__ ,.,  Port III  On tho Wharf  Quality  006.9303  fauna quel  Marine,  Paint.  ����"^l'ornp!mo*rQsr��o^  Jhlng lit Included. aHcopi ,.||)o art rnqlwrlcil which cqn bo found in booM,  pbt-lwiu, magoAanota,. gi;au(lnn-carc|�� and-moclarn prints, .Alh yow- havo to do  lu kaop your ayoti opon lor a design that tiullh you, and Ills tho'object you/ro  -     -    I worklnn on,' ' '"'"""'"������"--��"-���-�� . >���"-. -r- ������ >..������.^-.-.y. �����.., ..-..   ���  Point " Im  1' .'"in..      ,. ��� Onc'oTyoviVo,i-o|ocl<i(htho'prppor,'plcturo;'Mt'''mu��fjbo"x'arofHllyicut'Out,'-i:  ^r,^www������wt��Mai>��vwwf��a��oma��^S nnd aluod lo tho cloon, dry fiurloco, Whon Iho nluo hos dried, bogln to  varnl&h, In ducoupapjng l(hli�� Mop roqulros ttoyaral'daya to eamplota but only  mlnuUm ol netual work, Wllh tho -additional coolh ol vornlsh your handle  work comes ollvo ancl tokos on an amazinn Ihroo-rllmonfilonar'offocl,' How  vmnny.cpqisof-Yarnlsh-Mioiildi.onipplled?^  piulviibioiiulh havo appliacl ah���niiflny���..��ia.fl0..coal|a.,       ������,..  Alter nil your woik, don't ruin Iho ol loci wllh nlr bubbloa In'Iho  YUii.ii-1,, Nnyiii ullr vornlhhl Whon you, locid lho IhudIv do no. drop, tho  I Mist Inu oci'dhs iho rim of iho con, Thhi uium.i, liny air huhhloit lo loiin undor  lho Up.) ul lho h^liilloi),, Voiniiih hhould ho ','llowod on," wmklno horn un  iunli.|ii<hd lo ci llnihliod uion,. Ihubhinu Uu,!., uml luiih,mukai. n Mi muy und  H.wy����.nu,.o uiiimII bul-hlo.. to lurni. ���    > >  ,, OiM.,yuu'vo Iriwil .tiny mho ul lho iii|ii.ii.hinu lulu, you, will Innl you  huso un iniilinU uml uklll lur uillMic. cimiliun you uovor know o��|ii|oiff��  Morgan's  Men's Wear  G.WiGrWffrk^Cldth'ir  "WorK GIoyos  Your Hnnda, A Qamo  , of uoftball,    ��'  Duttonlhrj your shirt,  Tying your lacoa,  Pruahlno your tooth.  That's what your  Qot lo loao.  ���-&-. 5*^1 �����*.'.mfe$-fa^~&&'ttyrtrt'%.i!i��$mtw4J-%':' I  -"- >  \ -Jf,,.:  ��� * _yff."''.:��� ���> --- ���'"-���-: %:-f- ������>'���; .a-t -. ^ ^nM. fe'-Ui.  4> I  M;A f. Ui7. ' -.7-$-;-; " k'i 77':..  Si'':"-'-*.  '"'l^t^*��r��'-.r:!4f  ������L�� '������   '   "7i  ���rViH7   :.-i7,:--S  "W.,.W1  SECHELT  (V  tifi  I *'���"���!������  IBUILPING SUPPLIES  Ko, 1 Top, Lino Paint  "^1 nRFW Eh roll��r~*"  Rog, 8,95 gal.  ,i',TO StRVE  1W SUNSHINE  COAST *  w-^^'WWW'l-J^^  .  t<   (#W1W��fWt*W'i**>'Ila"^^  -THE-END-  fHHpmfWWMiwmiipnmtwiGmmtiivynnmmAitnn^  ,.   IJUUMBINQ ^ l;ltiATIiSG  CI-HMNGY CLEANINQ ��� RO-PING  -Salot'tSa-SorvIca*  .i|f,..i  i ti   i    *  *      t      *        ���, ' fi i t     ,  Pox 790, So-half, B.C. - Cowrla Sf7 005-2021  fi*m*i*m<vnnni9n>wwm4inim*t*im*m��m0.iM^  i    I ', . ^    .77  ', '   , ,,,  TWINCREEK  'BUliWNQ   SUPPLIES  Your  GlldcJon Palnlti  poaior..',  Two Location!  IfoTiQlRro*  , .,;,yow,ll':,���,  Sunshine Gpasl1  ���"���Highway"  i   v#9>MiW#��*'V.**t. Unr  Your Uqa. A brisk  " walkonthoboaoh.'1  Apamooftonnlaa ���  Qolnoup^lalra,'  Golna clownatnlra,  A blbyolo rldo.  ThaVowhntyou'vo  7" -- "-QOttOlOSO.T"  GIDSONS  886-2291  "sechelt  085-2280  **mUyyp��  7 ���  \  nftornoon  ���of;flnrdenlnoi  Qottina"  >l  Tlmvuwhnt  you'vofloltalQao,  )��(SM(|i��������Wi*��^ "iWWWst^fettWficswfflWH*!!* S<^friW��*��r��0"t*lH^*",��^��t*W^  P*p I  Y-our Llfo.  ���Tho ontlro rout of your life,  ������' - ��� Thnt'nwhntyou'vb ���".  ; * aotto'/otjo, i  Yon havo a lot to loao.  TftntfnnwyTWt*^  ��Woar-protoo|lvo oqulpmontrHava a 8��fa ottttudo,*-**-"  Havo n enfo |||o,"   '  compensanori  BoaRD?Mi?,n, ���;.  oyriu wuitb, ohnifirmn ,   ���  .  . ,p  fit',,   .  ��� .  p,7,f7 ,  '. 'i i',i i  7i"-  ���i ,i,, .< i \ i �� i  * (p i i i * \  V ,  \7  Private school bonanza .  'Ilfcy  in edncal  9 ��� . \  W  WITH education taking thg Vast proportion of taxes,. the present provincial  government of XB.Q. has had to take a  firm stand against allowing the situaiion to run out of hand. x  "Indications are that 7I.il.eral Partv  Leader David Anderson would be prepared to increase tlie educational -burden  to new.and even greater levels. Not only  does he favour removing tlie ceiling on"  teachers' salary increase demands but has  stated  his  party  would  pay 6 095.   of the  I LORD JIM'S [QDGE-4  cost spiral  operating costs of private schools in the  province.       ,. "  Report from the Federation of Independent School Associations states:  "David Anderson is to be congratulated for his poNcy statement that the  Liberal Party would pay 60% of the  operating costs of the Independent schools  ih the province," according to Dr; Waller, President of the Federation of Independent School Associations in B.C.,  while he drew attention to the.fact that  the 4mtial���results^ of a candidates' poll  carried put since -April indicates that  "among candidates of all parties, recogni-  tion   of  thpse  srVinnlg^jg- favnnrpd. hyvfnnr���  1  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Heated Swimming Pool  Saunas,  Boat House  ^ R.R.  No.  1   Halfmoon  Bay, B.C. ^  fc Secret Cove, Sechelt 1��  | 885-2232 |  �����:out--^)f---fhre,----and-^finano-al-;'su_.port."-b_/-  three out of live.  He went on to say, "Ii makes nonsense  out of Premier Bennett's 'one unalterable policy' and demonstrates that a large  majority of our future -legislators see the  fairness and benefits of offering educational alternatives to the people of the  province." ,  I  ;  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT  SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  Year Round Moorage  Available _ _ _  R.R.   1  HALFMOON  BAYf_B.C.  Phone 885-9998  JMMMIil_��_B_��_MMMi-MUiiU*MMMMMMUl^  CARIBOU JEAN  Sizes 28-36  Flare - Dutch Front  Reg. $10.95  SPECIAL  *4.99  Be,  UL.y.  at>n (/-Jam.  Sechelt - 885-9305  4  In outlining . the benefits of educational alternatives, Dr. Waller pointed out  that parents and students will be encouraged to seek out for themselves the  school that best fills their needs instead  of blindly submitting to attendance zone  directives.  Benefits to teachers will be that they  will have more than one avenue of employment open to them, enabling them to  choose or even establish schools that  would allow them to give their best to  students who would come to them by  choice, without coercion, or unnecessary  restrictions imposed by influences and  pressures of superiors that are not like-  minded. It would allow teachers to be  true  professionals.  Summing up, Dr. Waller said:  "Schools, both independent and public,  would be stimulated to provide the best  educational programme they can devise  in response to the wishes and demands of  parents, students and teachers. Surely  such diversity is a far healthier situation  in a democracy than an outworn mono-  polyistic attitude. The FISA is concerned  with the education of all children of the  province and we do not represent a spec-,  ial interest or pressure group. We know  at. first hand the potential benefits of  such system and wish all our fellow citizens to" have'the chance to participate  in the benefits without unfair financial  stress."  Upon questioning, Dr. Waller re-emphasized the FISA's non-partisan stand  politically: IThe FISA will not recommend the election, or the defeat of any  candidate. We will publish the candir-  dates' views on Independent schools, and  let the voter decide."  Dr. Waller spoke to a group of FISA  workers in Burnaby during the weekend.  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low in a  canoe. If upset, HANQ  ON to the can oo until  help arrWes."  7 7 Nursery  LbdKing for    mischief while    their and Mrs. Jacobson of West Sechelt.    yet three weeks old; the games they  mother is taking a nap, these little The piglets who are mighty hard to    play are a^source of amusement to  pigs aVe part of a twelve litter fam.- photograph  are    a  cross    between    neighborhood children.  Hy being raised successfully by. Mt. Landrace and Yorkshire and are not  Wk     &'________' Hffijjffl UMMM     BM��M  KEEP  HOMEOW  ir-ftt  GROWIN  WASTEWATER  COMMERCIAL  BIO-PURE  HOUSEHOLD  CROMAGLASS  call  Standard Motors off Sechelt Ltd  Sechelt,  Phone 885-9464  *���&  '���I  WiftM m y'SWw'kiiM$ &W.  Property taxescontitiue %'rise iri  communities across the country... but here  in -British Columbia, there's relief for the,  'home-ownerattax4ime..RelieforiginatecL���  by your Social Credit-Government ��� relief  that gives British Columbians the lowest  taxes on homes in Canada.  65 years and over, it how arnounts to S235,    thanks t,o the $50 senior citizens supplement, added this year............  HHH^hisJs.substanUaLtaxrrelie��.bya.!inyMMH  standards,,, and it's only possible because-  this Government has consistently practiced  sound financial management; the sort of  management that provides benefits of  ��*VS*# (*iftttstev"1  14 . Ifirtlat i .*  . *WhS*m4.   Jt>SlWSy^Vpfctp-Ji 1*I.li&'��'. *!H>'-"*t'iM'tW&l-fyfiilyi'iW  Since its introduction in 1957, the  Home-ownerJGrant has increased steadily -      every kind to all the people of British  ffom $28 thatifirst year t^a current level;     , Columbia ;..���;  of .1185 annually, For hdme-Whers ageel''  "  For a Free Ride to  the Polls Next Week  Wtii^"""""^!"^^  ' ' ' - II   "" PHONE:*  77.' '"'.  Texada Island.   ���   .   ���.   ���   .   486��7677  Pfivtt/f3*!!  I_iv<__~r " ���' "'���''"'���'   '"���'"  483l"3465 *'  *BI"* %_w ff %tmf P P'*-* P^ m W %^P��iWMt*w�� ��� JiK��sM^���^mws^w"*w#ts^WjwwmM^ <tit_ _#&&##&* m-     t%2s2mit4tm t *.-***X_hs�� i   +** /   vep&tf***  'Halfmoon'Bay ",".  :  ���   ���   .   8859437  Sechelf.   ���   .   .   .   .   .   .   885-2058  Roberts Creek.   .   ���   .   ���   ���   886-2463  ���V7HPSUH9     ���'    r     ���      V '���      ��� 7,1      ***"��* i--w^^  In   -������������������� _ ��� ^MM    E  T       __7. . _r  L1  h*. v.,  H< Qfi August 30ih^ show you support  the Horrie-o\-/ner Grant by voting for the  Government headed by Fremter^qn^ett. 7  ._*________. /^.,.,t* ;Be S||re wws  vote for your Social Credit  ffiW*WK^��WWa^.WW^^  m#i\imwmMMmimii#��  __' C  a 1 >tf  ���_5.  W * < 1  ��*Im>  ^r^w1^4mw^r*^��^,M^W|B^��*l��^,^^���^  Wt**^^fS^��^^ H<^"W*t^ow��^^  ���".  ��i  , , . ...'.).' '^i.^v    I f        1    7, , ' > 1     1 ' 1      *'      1 �� i i '     ' 1   \ ' > ,  Miim_imnft9W4&mpiim  \:. i,  #^$m4*mtt9mmtmmmiii**  m*fw  tWB��w��^^-yta9>^^  I  jt, \  7-   Vr$*t^'  'V  ,\.  X  \  \  Bella Coola Indians v  _io_\or second Minister  Page B-8  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, Augusf 23, 1972  \  Students cheated . . ^  AT A meeting in Bella _Coola ..xecerrtly���  with Hon. Isabel ��� Dawson, Minister  of RecreatiorTand x Conservation, fton.  Ken Kiernan outlined steps being, taken  by his government to assist in development of the Bella Coola area.  NFol lowing   the   meeting,   the   minister  was honoured by the elders of the Bella  Coola Indian Band, being given the name  Oomhid, which means wealth and prosperity,   and  strength.  Mr. Kiernan received . a miniature  wood carving of the Bella Coola totem  as a momento.of the ceremony. He shares,  with Hon. Isabel Dawson, the honour of  kinship in the Bella Coola Band. Mrs.  Dawson was named to the band, two  years ago, being given the name Anam-  Tea^���r~g3?eRap-^ows.  claim education downgraded  FOLLOWING editorialized v statement  was unsi-gnec^ but handed in to the  Times office last Sunday by Mrs. Doris  Fuller, Elementary School-Librarian. The  political overtones are obvious but The  Times columns are open to viewpoints of  all politically  motivated  groups:  Teachers of the Sechelt Teachers' Association are becoming alarmed over the  down-grading of education in this school  district which will prohibit most students  from receiving a quality education.  With no appreciable drop in enrollment, teaching staffs are being cut at the  -gjjplaiu.u.L.1.,���which   means   onewho   is  "increasing   in .ffie   k'iV6'wtedl^affd~'~gg0t--  she is doing for our people.  elementary level. This meant."- more stud-  ment.  For the past four years the teachers  have noted tbe steady eating-away of the  educational standards in this school^ district. Gone from the district are the school  psychologist, 4'ull-time director of adult  education, elementary school music supervisor, subsidized.adult education, elementary school vice-principals. Cuts have  been made in secretarial help" in the'  schools- as well as administrative time  for the principals. Classrooms sit empty  because of cuts in teaching staffs and  through cuts in the variety of courses'"  offered. ���  A Dependable  a  Vote  Dawson  She's   Real   People"  6 YEARS' EXPERIENCE  In YOUR Interests!  ���Mackenzie Socidl  Credit  Association  -"enLs will be'crowded ml  Increases in the classroom enrollment  due to staff cuts have been reported from  Sechelt __and Gibsons elementary schools.  Classrooms, will now have up to thirty-  nine (39) Students each in ^grades 1 thru  "��� 7. Teachers have long been aware that  this is an intolerable educational level  and that it is not possible for students  to- learn under these conditions.  Many parents have already expressed  a legitimate concern over the lack of individual attention their children are receiving in our schools, especially where  specific learning difficulties are involved.  During the past three years Sechelt  Elementary School has been cut by _xk  teachers, but this was compensated for in  part by shifting the Indian residential;  students from Halfmoon Bay to Gibsons.  This, of course, resulted in hardship to  those students as well as increased bussing costs to the district. Gibsons Elementary School has been cut by two teachers in two years with no drop in enroll-  equipment tha^t needs frequent repair,  and a backlog of maintenance jobs to be  done   because   of   increased   work   loads.  In addition, this school district has  been hindered financially from making  future plans in the educational needs of  the community; and has been forced to  make patch-work, stop-gap policies which  in4he long run increase costs.  But the highest cost, the teachers  know, is borne by the students who are  being cheated and denied the kind of  education they could have.  The teachers, therefore, are seeking  to inform the parents and public of the  dangers to quality education in this  school district and of the harmful effect  the results will have on*the children.  The American Academy of Allergy  has recently stated, "There is no evidence  of allergy or intolerance to fluorides as  used in the fluoridation of community  water supplies."  ..'7'-  SECHELT  ack to School fashions  Wisard Shoe Store  885-9345  After 25 years of fluoridation' 'being  tested in Canada, B.C. has very few communities benefitting from fluoridated  water.   Only   8.3'/,-    ofTB.C.'s   population  P��iM��ilH  TWILIGHT \WM  -.    All Shows At 8 p.Nm. 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