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 Try  71 '  \  \  'X'-V"^'V '-iV-'V ���  !f  v 7  f Secre( Cove . ����� ..  x\  "4-  CONTROVERSY rages following i'urt^r  attempts by the Royal Vancouver  Yacht. Club fo establish docking facilities  in the Secret Cove area by means of a  lease-switch deal apparently approved by  the Lands Branch  in Victoria.  The yacht club group applied for  foreshore lease early this year with a  similar proposal for the short arm of"  Secret Cove across from Buccaneer Marina. This brought forth storm of protest  letters from concerned residents and  boat users pointing to the limited docking available and possible, pollution. As  a consequence the Regional Board registered objection, lhe planning committee pointing out that anchorage is available in other arms of Sechelt Cove.  Early in June rumours began to fly  lo theN affect that the Yacht Club was  negotiating a lease transfer in the long  arm at the south-east end of Secret Co.ve.  A brief was then submitted to the Board  by property owners and residents of Secret Cove outlining objections to such  a scheme.  The brief stated that the south-east  arm has a 75' of entrance width and at  low tide dries about half of the total  length. The pollution hazard is even  greater   than   with   the   earlier   proposal.  Prior objections to such pollution are  increasingly valid. In an area zoned residential a major yacht club moorage  creates sewage pollution���noise pollution  from generators ^and outboards. It also  presents a danger to oyster and clam  population.  Further, it is understood, the original  lease held by Mr. Robert Gibson was recently granted water lease for personal  moorage. Now a 350' dock has been constructed.  The matter has been taken up by the  Regional Board following arrival of a  lease transfer application for the property involved from Robert Gibson to the  Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. Attached  to the lease was consent of the Deputy  Minister of Lands:' '  Letter from the Board to the Deputy  _ f-l_       , ���. i i *  * n   . ���-. J  [ i Is  s> ' 2-   < & j   a   y. /-J  _.   ..���fc.V.yn.>A...ijll.....flI * A J..A. 1< P |rJ^  CONCESSION  Gibsons Athletic Association has been  given permission to operate a concession  at the gOVernrhent~w'har��~July 29th for  the purpose of raising funds for sports  activities. Council has also awarded the  group $200 toward its' swim program.  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  Eh'c_tiiries by'letter nave been pouring  into the Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce from many provinces by people seeking information on holiday accommodation, properties for * sale, jobs,  hunting, fishing and climatic conditions.  Such enquiries have doubled over last  year.  HIGHEST GROWTH  , Latest census figures reveal that British-Columbia has the highest growth rate  of any province at 1(3,6 per cent. Population-wise it had the highest increase of  all provinces but Ontario. Report from  ,.-,-,,Statistics.,-Canada, states "British, Colum-,-  bia is bursting out all over". '  RECOVERING  Long-time clerk to Secholt" village  council, Ted Rayner, is reported to be  recovering satisfactorily ln St. Mary's  Hospital where he was. rushed lust-week*-  ����,ond^.wilh1��wh��.UJs.^.uutd.erstloodwto��Ji����yo���  been a heart attack, His many friends  wish him well;  Minister drew attention to the fact such  an .outstation in the long narrow arm  of Secret Cove where limited tidalaction  occurs can result in a pollution, hazard.  It is feared a high concentration of large  ���craft moored in the arm will result in  an undesirable level of domestic and engine wastes in the water.  Further, in the Board's view, an out-  station is a semi-commercial type of  operation, and use of the lease would  not be consistent with the upland zoning. The parcel is zoned R. II which precludes tourist accommodation uses, campsites etc. It is noted that this was one  of the Board's initial objections to the  lease   application  of  the  Yacht  Club.  Reply from the Deputy Minister revealed the fact that not only has he approved��� the -tease ���transfer���but���aet-ua-Hy���  suggested  it  to  the  Club.  As a result of the letter from Mr 7  Smith, a meeting was held last week attended by " planner Ed Cuylits, Board  director Cliff Thorold, Mayor Ben Lang,  Mr. Norm Hoffar, Mr. Robert Thatcher  and Mr. Clarke Simpkins. During discussion, comment was made that while a  lease normally takes some months to go  through, this specific transfer was completed within a month? Also, that if  facilities are to be provided on the uplands it is noted that a subdivision application was earlier turned down due to  unsatisfactory perculation. As a result  _, ���see page A-8  Miss Sea Cavalcade  gets Victoria tour  MISS Gibsons Sea CaValcade, the attractive Miss Shirley Hoehne, was the  guest of Honourable Isabel P. Dawson,  MLA, Mackenzie Riding, in Victoria, for  two  days.  While in Victoria, Shirley met many  people, including Hon. Ken Kiernan,  " Minister of Recreation and 'Conservation,  and Travel Industry, Hon. Wesley Black,  Provincial Secretary, and Minister of  Highways, Hon. James R. Chabot, Minister of  Labour.  She received a copy of 'This is British  Columbia-^Our Natural Heritage' from  Hon.   Ken  Kiernan.  Shirley was received at the office of  the Mayor in Victoria, by Acting-Mayor  Christie and received from him a mom-  ento bearing the coat-of-arms of the city.  . During her two-day visit, she visited  the Wax Museum, the Undersea Gardens,  the Provincial Museum, the Legislative  Buildings,   including   a   number   of   De  serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthoms Landing, Gibsons/Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9,  2nd Class Mall  Registration No. I 1.42  V   **\ *      '"-  A  JJnion    i&&r   Label  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  WEDNESDAY, JULY 19,  1972  Personal   Interest  Minister pf Lands and Forests, Hon. sought to have the property taken  Ray Wilhston, accompanied by MLA * over as a public park rather than  Hon., Isabel Dawson paid a visit to- see it go into private use. Asking  Cooper's Green at Redrooffs last price is understood to be $150,000.  Friday, July 14th in order to assess The two ministers are seen on the  worth of the 3 acre parcel as a pub-" site with owner Jim Cooper,  lie parksite. Many local people have "  Firemen get weary  of hoax fire alarms  TWO fire alarms in Sechelt brought out  the volunteer fire-brigade in the early  hours of Saturday morning.  partmenlal   offices:   Sne   spent   a' short"  time   in   the  Commerce   Division  of   the  Camosun   College   Vocational     Training  Centre, and while there, also visited the  Provincial  Lending  Library.  .The Empress Hotel was the,setting  for lunch on Monday, and the Cherry  Bank Hotel patrons applauded her during  dinner on Monday evening, when she  graciously passed out pieces of cake to  those present.  Before returning to Gibsons on Tuesday, Shirley had lunch at the Douglas  Building   cafeteria.  -Growing interest  The first alarm  which turned out to  he _ h_a_ was turned jn at about 3 a.m..  Soames Point park plan  considered by government  PROPOSALS for a three acre waterfront  park at Soames Point which would  prove of great advantage to very many  residents in the area has given rise to  the inevitable cries of protest.  A small group of permanent residents  have been joined by a few part time  residents, all of whom appear to think  such a recreation area would prove some  kind  of detriment.  "' The property in' question was acquired a few years ago i'or development as  a moteUresor,lftpi'ojcct,,,.ypices5r>yer  in  horror,  certain" meriibers of1 tlie  Regional  Board  were   approached   and,   in'  Annual sidewalk booksale  scheduled Saturday 29th  POPULAR  sidewalk   summer booksale  held annually in Sechelt by the L,A.  , to,.Guides ,and,Brownies will, be held on  Saturday,; July  29th.  More books are required unci anyone  ...Wishing.,lo...contribute  lo  the. success, of.   .due eourse, the nroperty wus zoned res-|  the  event  may   leave   their   books   at   . idenliul,'   One   director   commended   lho*  Kruse, Drug Store. protestors  for   tho   fine  briof   they   hud  This  year  homo-baking  will also  bo    presented und in turn the group was el'-j  featured and contributions ol' home-buk-    i'usivcin its thanks for the fine coopera-'.  ,Jngwway���,,*}eJe.fL.ttUho,^^  of tho sale. Proceeds go towards Guide The, proporty owner bus recently sug-  und Brownie activities. gesled that ho would be prepured to turn,  .the land* over to locul authorities for* use ���  us,^,u public park providing unolhor proporty ' of   compurublo   vukio   bo   clouded  ovor lo him ln exchange,  Many ��local     residents,   Chamber   of  Commerce   und  approval in  has  become  ing them are very stable in that they  have obtained the properties for many  years. The same owners have developed  the area into a cohesive unit, supplying  their own floats, water and facilities. A  park would devide this unit. The District  must decide whether to upgrade the area  as residential or allow it to deteriorate.  It would also destroy the quiet enjoyment of properties in the vicinity. Further, the property is extremely expensive  i'or the District even though it might  be financed by a swup. There are alter-  ntttiv6'''siles"available wldeh'would serve  equally well und where access could bo  obtained lo a suitable beach. There are  'access l'ouds'lo'SoamdK which arc overgrown but could be cleurccl oul at Utile  cost,  ., ... Other Idlers have como from permanent residents of the urea supporting the  proposals. Ono points out "I personully  think the proposal is a good one, there  is. no-other property us beautiful and ,.q  well. sitputod and���avuilablo", The writer', Mrs. Shirley Mucoy, roforijlng to  Homo communis by protestors said "Thoy  are vory concerned wllh the noise, row-  this is the second false- alarm in recent  weeks which called firemen into the Indian Village, in the early morning hours.  The second alarm on Saturday morning went just after tired firemen had  returned to their homes._This time a  vacant house on the Sechelt Reserve was  ablaze. A third alarm went about 10 a.m.  Saturday morning when a small blaze  broke out again in the rubble. There was  no damage except to the empty cottage  which was gutted.  Further airport grant  announced by Minister  SMALL community airports continue to  get grants toward improvements or  FolS*ructioh7TIatesT~rslhe' community~of  iNakUsp, B.C. which has been awarded  the sum of $40,000 as the federal contribution toward construction of a new runway. . \ ��� ��� '  , Announcing this latest grant, Transport Minister Don Jamieson states the  financial aid is provided under the federal government's new policy of \ assistance to municipal airport construction Oor  improvement  projects.  Municipality of Nakusp plans to construct a" gravel runway 2,300 feet long  and 75 feet wide to serve the area's  needs.  Three others obtaining such grants  mentioned last week were: McBride, B.C.  $40,000; Mackenzie B.C. $100,000; Vale-  mount,   B.C.^IO.O.OO.  It  is Understood  the  local  municipals .  ties  are  making  a   grant  application  for  the airport at Wilson  Creek.  Summer hobby classes  for Secheli-Gibsons  DEPENDING   on   public   response,   summer   hobby   recreation   classes   will  commence  in  Gibsons  and  Sechelt  July  31st.  The classes are open to young people  grades four and up and apart from a one-  dollar   registration   fee   there   will   be   no  charge but people are required to supply  their  own materials.  All those interested should telephone  the school board's administrative office,  886-2225.  The classes will be held  through the  co-operation .* of    Sunshine    Coast    Arts.  Council which will supply instructors on  a voluntary basis,  and the school board  will   furnish  accommodation.  Registration takes place July 31st in  the basement of Sechelt Elementary  School, old building, and in the basement  of Elphinstone Secondary School in Gibsons. Weather permitting some of the  classes will be held outdoors.   Instruction  will  be  offered  in  paint���  ing, clay modelling and puppetry on  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from  10 a.m. to 12 p.m'.  Commencing on an experimental basis, success' ot* the program and possible  future exjbansion will depend on public  interest.  It would be appreciated if those wishing to participate" would phone 88(i-2225  so "that the Arts Council can arrange for  sufficient instructors to be on hand.  Garbage disposal .. . . /  FerryAuthorityManager  protests double payment  ���"FOLLOWING--1 Mayor  Wally  Peterson's  suggestion  that    nothing    should  be  done to discourage tho overnight docking  of twp ferries ut Lungdale terminal.,.the  'Regional   Bourd   agreed     to   arrange   a  "mooting" with "'the" fei,ry*,'aiithoi'lty "repre-**  sontallvo to discuss gurbugo disposal,   .Discussion arose at tho Juno, Regional,  Bourd meeting whon secretary Cljurlos  Gooding feud a letter from B.C, Ferries  general manager M, F, Aldous, stating  ihal.  it   soemed' Incongruous    that  B,C,  i-ee   und   Council .have   indicated dyism otc, ,thut might go on thoro, y/hy Ferries bo tided tu make a contribution jU)St ompLpys  il in principle, tho^oglonal Board should ' tho  good   group' of  children   ul towurcls  tho gurbago dump,  Tho  lottor' rales twwlv-l  joino involved and,  It is  undui^ ,pSoi^nusPuliit and other rosldonts of the  ' sui'd, "Wcpny a foe for disposal of our bagcvUtJd,,Al  '  ''���   ! ", -7"-1     ?'',;     Htood lho provincial government  Is also Sunshlno Coast have to do without bo- gurbago und  1  genuinely  fool  that our tiopoHitTV  -   , '*���*'<  ',' 'i7U'7<' \.r ���'   ��� '"?!     Ihloroslod, Meanwhile, letters from' sup- cause of u few, Comparison Is mado as responsibility should, end with tho pay- ,nn,HQ \n (  i   (,��'.��>,   i^,,-^\\. .i *>ltU   "porters and oppononts'.havo. boon ,ui'iHv"lu wliuQmpp'onslE  ���' jibi'T',ilv;/-Ji-l'*'t*V. *V%tfM_$     Ing ul tho Bourd officii couvor parks. Thoro ls no comparison, bo- lho eompuny  handling' the gurbago  for OVER-RU  Tho Times learned lust weekend' Hint  it is likely lho mailer will bo * taken, above  tho local -lovol, for. lho government' has  iiuUcatod koon Interest and In looking  into  ultarnutlvo  crown    lands   for  os  sicles���a completely difToront government any costs that may' bo Incurred In dis-  runs Ihoso. parks", posal, I am howovor sending lho fllo of  has suggested a letter bo sunt the Parks Wopiu'lmont -for tholr conslclomllon".  Branch  to dolormln'e  how Iho proporly Director   West    suggested    that   tho  garbago  collector   und' the  B.C. Ferries  representative,  GARBAGE DUMPS  .. Reporting for tho garbage committee,  ^directoj^SIado,^  should  be  fenced  according  lo  the  requirements In tho Pollution Control Act,  ; he wondered whut would -be lho liability  In ease of un accident, *  Director  Slade   who  recently   visltod  Powell River said ho wus very impressed  with   lho   Incineration   operation   which  ono mun and, which Indue-  two and a half bins of gur-  loavlng a five .per cont ash  deposit,""Mr^Sludo said lho groutost ox-  olcctrlolty, which, runs lho funs,,  RULED     Alter I'lvo months of decisions, hearings*' and new decisions, formal application lo ro/.ono, property across from tho  Wakoflold Inn to rosldohtlal in "order  that a motol complex bo constructed was  dlmngu,   An , appraiser -Is .understood , to*'...-Couid"l^  N.1!1'J.ty.  *U"��PA*RypU,_ by t!i9,,,,,.I3ou|x|__jom^  Ono objector writes "Wo now under. ; Qt i,uul|  no ),uk1' previously Hinted  for  ���.���4.SlUlKl.���UUU4~U��.;)M'OinutOlWWlK)4~lH',H����.0UUH0  qulla a lot of concern In this uron In lho    thai opinion of residents of the area bo  , P��Hl,.~nftH-^omQ-wU^^  sohomos,  "lhls  scheme,  however,   would     ,-oeolvod     regarding   development   and  gronlly  bonofltbls ��� ptuikot-bobk ul 71 a-" ,���,ninioIUun:o1 of (ho Min.       expense'of everyone'Olsoi'imd* most pav-*'   Ilcularly at lho expense of'-Uio rosldniiln  of * iSuumos  urea",   Afltir drawing  coin-  piu'lwmsJnHwoon Incidents, that (icmiung-  Jy.���ovc!iredJn���North .Vancouver llicwrll-, ���  or,  li\..sG,  NnnHi.n "of  (inuilliirihH,  ihIiIh'  "We 1\r�� all in, favour of parks lit tho ,  'rue Honso of lho words I'ml Ihoso should  Include arous capable of HiipporUng fill"'  typos  of  rooroulhii.    Including   plnylng  but Mayor Potorson foil that the Bourd  HShouldvstarWwith-tho.oontrauUl'oiwgurbugo  collection, Mr, Gooding pointed out thut  lhe1 Authority is. not liable to -taxation,  11   wuh  finally   agreed  lo arrange  a  "hYo'oriit'ii between th'o' Regional lioiirdrtho  &t West Sechelt  Good iiowh como at last Board moot.  who opposed lho proloctTl'ho Highways  Dopurtmont' hup soon I'll fo ��� raja'al lho  proposal as Incompatible with' Ihe Con-  tmllod Access Highways  Act,*  <���-*-*  /rho,,J.Jourd,Iluul.no,allornuUvo liul. to  move lhat no further action bo lakon ul,  Ihltt, time.    ,  Rougji seas capsize canoe  local men fescue^ qcci|pants  i'ioldii, ploni'e''i.i'onii, und possibly iiwllji-    C01MBIJNJ'3I*>��� oIToVIh or Wbul ��Whoir ros-   'lluv Citldwoll hiiniiV, iho young www ro.  i ntlng, pools, ,Buoh' ureas euu,suppoi't' iu.|)-]        ''    ' "   '  '    ���"-���������������������'���-���������'���'     ......i...- ....... ../.., i i -m.. * nm,-..������  orvlslim,  ���������in  io   tlnum.'i.   l'uliil   hi on   wouli  si oa  villi  ,    '     , Chmnbor Pro|oct  ftochQll and   District' Chanibor   ot   cliolt- lnlot, Tho ramp-wafi* planned  1     OommovQd bout rnmp ot, Porpolno   two yoni't* ogo but completion. woh  Bay wi\,  completed mm wook and, delayed by ronfipn of considerable,  ���  wuh noon put to good ,\\m by tho In-   con'OHpontlonoe botwoon tl\o Cham-  - croafilnM numbers;of bonlin�� -I'iuih   bon and varloiiH ijovurnnionlal'tlo-  �� taking ndvanlnHooi' Ibo H��>otl I'IhIiIuh ��� purtmyntH Involvod, u -   .  ' mo! /uiliii Kfinnlo wntoi'H' oi' Uio So- .  il  >bo  notlniii; nioro.lliaii n nurlvnlii .nirintv Ir��nn  no i.'rSpoiloiu'n ul Morlli Viun'iinvrr, nnd  hvuiiio-u llinru hVlliv side of Imlh \v_>  doi'ils.iuul  lho- t.*oi.\iminlly''','    ���' ������  Auolhor prolostnr, 1), '"Winder Hmllh,  of Ymiconvor nn,d n property owner at  Souoiu(.��l,ulntr~^tutoM���t!l��.w��iUd���t-'f'->Hrut6  i'l!LILWJH^Wb'd^U��ilv,ls��J)tW.Jiil,^l(UV.b��l...  sort of |}iirk*ls plannud, and whulrSoi'l  of control will bo exorcised over Its iiho  to asiiuro thai it, will not coulllcl wllh  the una of the 'surrounding ri'iihloi.llid  proporty, Until some sulliifuclory niimir-  aucii Is ohliiluod, 1 IVel obliged lo go on,  record us opposing llils ro-^oiilng,"  ' ;Aiming it Hut, of nbJoiMlmur tu lho  iwirlrnubiulilt.-d by,Mr, iSnillh woroi Thu  area Is uuw i'ot,IUunthd und people o\Vn-  ,    identii ruMultud in ,tHo7roi*.iJUM ill' two    ptirtcil to ,be Mv.TCuviuVUlo.mul' Ml'.' Kddla  young nion, Ihrown Into Iho wider when , Ikiuchor   frmn   Viiticoiivor  rolulod   how  Ad-Briefs  1       11  point  the way  lu'ii\,v nous on | is I/oil tholr cunno on 'riiou-    llioy ciimo to ho util In llib'lteiivy \V6n-  dnv I'v.'iilioi ilulv   I Wlii ���.,,.,,.Ihur.-.'J'liov...sol. out from llorsehhou  Bay  "^iT^CaliiwiilTrrnHiiairrFu^  aged to liumeh u huut,,gol through Ihu    when, rough wnlor forced  Ihom, to hind  drlflwond  cut  lonso, hy -the  high ioasr^7u Sunday  y>��y��  In Today's ^Classified  rosouou  tho men and  lowed  Iho minuo    By   Tuefldny   U>ey��� woro  gelling   pretty  to siifoty. Rurl Fdurnley n.lH0 IflUiWhnd-hlH ,1'csIIcsn nnd with Hochelt just across tho ��� ,  ,Uow^loMlug~Qwv^wiu-lT-��w��nvpiiv��ay.-��^  lnoldenl onco agahir points lo the    for lb  *44H -���nUK'WWWVWHUWWWWWBIWWIMWAp,  'JOU.Y \]\C\\i."}'liTul'"i'uunil baby' wulkor,  $10,  Liiuiva   luiunond rlnu,  $(10," Cost  Tlui  need lor somo "typo ofresctio craft In lho  urea as lhls, Is Just ond lu a series of lhls  typo of mishap, \Vhon tho canoe wim  soon h'> overturn, Oumnm l'hl pcrnonidly  iilm-Uul the1 1ICMI". while Mr, Caldwell  and Mr, C.rueH'.Mi'Hi'i'liod for a sullnblo  ���ljunl; Kvciitually- thoy usoil Mr, -(Inirgo  MiiIMiowm' boa I und i.)r, Uorrlng's inolnr,  While drying uiU before a Jon iiru hi  sMmMi*t1mmtW*klm4��MmM '.*"!��*.^4*r��*f ��m  Nor'West Hay, U'hoy wore woll ociuhiped,  1 rough woalho,r whlcli marooned Ihom on  lho  Island,  Tuoy  had , llfo Jackets   und  'huiig onto lho ennoo')iul II. could 'invo"  boon u dlfforonl  story If Ihoy hud not  boon   spoiled   hofiiro ,dui'K,  'TlinnUI'iil. for tho ofl'orls and hos|)llul-  tly vitl.md.Hl them, lho young limn sluy-  cd uvtrM'ii'glil' at thu Cu/.y Courl, bofuru  relijiriiiug. b�� Vtuicouyer,    ,    ,, '  94*>n4twi4nn*wwMvvwm4Vi4444iw*wm4NnttHn**m^^  .(10,000 roodors)^  * T|mbn Clcmlfioda qo' ItMTO \h. homo* .','.  hot on lovVps. bt roots or In culvorU.  * Tlmon Claiii,|||u(^ aro lovvcoi.|_ hluh'Poluoay  Bn|ou tonics, '      ,       ,,      ���   \      .  * Phono, linos/ opon Sunday; ctasaJilfM ,  005-9654 SocliGlr, 006-2121 Gibson..,  mmttoMftW��i0**  *W*Wf*��!l"S#��!rt|Ul  ��HllAiW��>t*����W-��MWft"flM��M^6WB��H>��W^^  I" \
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Around Gibsohs
_^by Marlon Charman, 886-9862
Ml,:. v7iri'l \'.,<\i*', a-.-7. :t<^rl hy . Mi"'.
I.iuiii,- t'nrko, was Im-.tP:-. . al a lnr'-
ctrtlTiu'iius slii)W-ei\,\l'oi' lir'ulo-i'Uvt M-i^s
Niii'ri'.v Le Warne. The special chair for
UvT :;rrcst erf honor -was- decorated -with
jjj-r-r.-r streamers and ^he basket contain-
in.: i lu- 'gifts was gaily ornamented also
in uieen. All enjoyed participating in
gar~.es and contests. Winners were awarded at inn-live prizes. Present were Mrs.
l.i Warne, Mrs. Oarl.y, Phyllis (".uiney,
M.r'"ai'el [\«- Warne, Kay, l.ull.-i, Diana
'[?,..,,l.HI T*'lo McSavanev. K.-.tlwr My-'i",
ai-.i l\bi t_.ni rl' J.>ltir...in Unable lo attend
,\,i .ending gill*-, were Mr;. McKenzie
a;,.I   Mr--..   Walerhouse.
,\ family reunion was held at lhe
h.riiii- nf Len and Gladic Coates on July
9. when their six children .and families,
including IS grandchildren, all got together for the first time in seven  years.
Lois, Robert, Ray and Dinah live in
Gibsons, Anne in Mission and Linda
came clown from Edmonton.       ■
There were 26 family members present as well as Dorothy -and Verdun
Swinney and son Colin, and Dorothy's
fa4her Ace Lefler, a former Gibsons resident now  living in Quesnel.
The weather wasn't too co-operative
bu! rain held off long enough for the picnic dinner on tbe lawn back -of Peninsula
Plumbing, complete with a wiener roast
for lhe ■children and lhe snappin... of
camera shuttois lo record the happy occasion.
Putjc A-2 The Prnin-fttta Times V/rdnesday.   July  19,   197?
_„_._ ,     .__.       ^ .   ■   ■ .      ^
Gibsons editorial cqrnmenl . . . y \
THE CONGESTED terminals and long
line-ups at built ends of the Peninsula arc no longer situations Jhat we
on the Sunshine Coast, -huii'id sit ha<\k
:iiid ' take- for ...raiii-'d a : . part of our
uiuiiir-r   i oni inr*
The  \'\ C.   i.-'i-iry  Atilli.u ilv  r. no doul>l
1','eil aw.iie ol wllli I i !;oill,; oil .'.uui i*.
piulj-iUy |M\ii.!.; lhe ma.In \.unc con-
.: iiit-ral i-oii i'.ut i:oirirlfiation isn't enough.
The ■itualion i*. not bin;*, le*'.*7lhaii deplor-
alilc and  :u*i ion  i.. needed  now!
The Horseshoe Bay lo Langdale run
i. a prime example of chaotic hilarity.
If you have a .\vk sense--of humour. Ihal
is. The weekends are bad enough bid
when three and four hour waits become
a common occurrence through the week,
it  must present a strange picture through
day a tourist told us of his arriving at
Earl's Cove af 1 p.m. .and wa*- told he
might got on the ferry scheduled to leave
there around !:.U) might, if all went
well 'flu* >.iie-.t on the I'eniii-ulj didn't
wait, 'in■.It-a.'l he came back to Cil..*ons
an.I    let   ot i    '.team    here.
We have alwac ' ft 11 the employee'-.,
wi.n kiln-; on the Sun dune (\*a*.i pi>i lion
oi I >a f-'rer-tu'-; llet I wt-r,* ih,-- most ron-
eenial in the pro-, mee. Bvil lately, sli.-.-'.ht
irritations have ;-.h<wvn up. And Who can
blame them'.' Irrilaled passengers certainly aroiVt goini', to pass pleasantries
As is heard around Victoria quite
Qften, "Just say the Premier smiled."
It   is   good   that   someone   can.
the eyes ol "the visitor.
And   the  Earl's  Cove   to   Saltery   Bay
schedule   isn't   much   better.   Last   Tues-
Token of Appreciation
A plaque in. appreciation of support cliett, Barrie Reeves, of Gibsons
given the Kinsmen Club of Gibsons Building Supplies and Kin Bob ■Do-
"was presented to Gibsons Building—dyk. Th& K'msirren club used the new
Supplies (1971) Ltd. Friday evening premises of the company for their
by members of the local group7 beer garden held in conjunction with
Shown are Kin Gordon Plowes, Kin the Sea Cavalcade.
"Haig   Maxwell,   Dick   and   Ann  Fit-
Gibsons The Peaceful ...
A bridal shower honorine, Miss Linda
Williams was arranged by Miss Debbie
Marsh at her home on I'Y'uluy evening.
Mauve and pink streamers antl wedding
bells enhanced the scene. A large basket
decorated in the same colors continued
the prettily wrapped presents. Games
and contests provided entertainment and
amusement. Jjrttending were Mrs. Wil-
iams.. Mrs. "Husby, mother of the bride
and groom-elect respectively. Shannon
Murphy, Wendy MacDonald. Susan Mayo,
Susan Dodman, Dian Prevost, Conne MacDonald, Diana Fisher, Col len Procknow.
Ginne Alsager, Trish Cramer. Sandy Bennett and Mrs. Marsh. Unable to attend
ul sending a gift was Darlene Law-son.
Delectable refreshments were enjoyed.
Born al Roberts Creek, son of tbe
late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Charman. David
John Charman lived for a time in West
Vancouver where he attended I lolly burn
School. He came to Gibsons al the age
of I 1 and attended school here. When
le was IH be joined lhe RCN-KK. lie
later obtained a commercial troller and
fished in the waters up coast around
Cortez Island  and   Rivers Inlet.
He .was fond of music and played
accordian for dances that were held at
Dave had many friends and was well-
thought of. He had been in hospital from
PLEASURE .plays, a   large   rale   in   oi^r     time to time over the past several years
'    lives. In fact, we are all seeking plea- 'but   continued   to   live   on   his   boat.   On
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From the pulpit
—by Pastor Gerry Foster,
Gibsons Pentecostal Church
@enenn Mapzine sior
stirs outside f
A STONY appearing July 1 in the Weekend Mnga/iuo, which is. included in
n number of daily newspapers across the
country, has apparently whetted u few
appoliieR,'nccnrdlng' to ■letters 'received by
the (libsons and "-District Chamber of
 The nrtielo, written   by   si a IT" writer
'Paul Grescou, outlined a lew .small towns
where   one   could   still   "gel   away   from
ll   all,"   and   Gibsons  and   the   Sunshine
Coast    was    Included     One   letter   from
"Having rend lhe article on Gibsons
■In-tho July I Issue of Weekend Miign1-
/in.- by I'nul (lreHcoei il soundi. very in-
tereiding and has whelled my nppelile
to Know more a*. I will be relui^ig in llio
near   future "
"■•The propei'llve resident aslunl I'or In-
formal Ion, j'o.ul eslulo, cuid ul' living, ,.,|i-„
and nlsu wauled heuriiig hoti* lln-./iuiii-
puny meiilloned In tin1 inagu/iiH' urllrli'
about.. the   pro-lab . house.'i.
'■■"I  Hv'oH "liV' VilnY'uiivi'i* prior In chin
Inn oiihi,
1   would
v''ll!-v.'.". ■■ ■ - ..-..■   .      ...--,.....  ..i. ...,- ,.,.    ,
Aniithor   loiter,   I'runi   n   Willi.wdiilo,
■ Onl.   renldenl   Hiild   llio   nrllclo   was,   "ol'
yreal interest." lie also wanted further
inl'iirmulw-rn on Gibsons, as wall as a
copy of the local newspaper,
Still  another  piece  of  correspondence
"(.-'111110'"'from l"Yellowl-.:in'l'e7N!W!T, l,i;
The  interested party  said  he .and  his
■ fat.lily  are _y.slt.lng, the  area   in  August
and plan to fake up residence in B.C,
The vIlliiRO office, too, has been nc\-t
tiiiK letters from other parts of Canada
containing questions on Gibsons nnd dls-
sure in one form or another. It can be
defined as a pleased feeling, a sensu.il
satisfaction. Obviously there are a variety of ways in which one receives pleasure, and today we have more ways than
ever before. (And surprisingly people are
suffering from boredom!). The Playboy
philosophy says, enjoy, enjoy! Sex, boo/.u,
dope, ears, clothes are things- in which
people seek pleasure. We are, in fad,
worshipping   pleasure.
Now, there is nothing wrong with
pleasure—hut there arc morals to consider, I don't deny there are pleasures
lo he had  in many immoral ways, There
July 2 -he suffered a heart attack ancl
passed away at Powell River. Rev. David
Brown conducted the funei;al service in
Mrs. Beryl Williams and family are
here from Edgewood to attend the wedding on Saturday of Miss Linda Williams
and David Husby,
Miss Dorothy Reid from Chilliwack is
vi.siting in Gibsons. Miss Reid, who is a
public health nurse, was previously here,
Mrs. Fred J. Holland has 'returned
from spending two and one-half weeks
atSpurwocK,,She.Jrayelled., by,, plane ..(,(},,
cleflnltely^ire'pleasures In sill, But this ;- cranbrook where' he was hie! hV her son-
is  contrary   to  God's   will   for  our   lives.     _n._0Wi  Gill  Yocklowitv.. "
Furthermore,  you   have  pfobably  "done        ' John and Elnorn Bunynn nltendod tho
youi-'tliing-'for   «'-ilmo;then   become  stampede at'Wllliums Lake   visltecf Herb
bored,  and   now  on   to  another   pleauri
—seeking happening,
Cut all sizes, timber planks— 2x6 construction grade,
random length-                b.m.
3 Bedroom  1148 sq.  ft.
All lumber N.H.A. accepted. &4| ^/fbif^
Complete package       JL § w w
Delivered tp your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.
Tlie, ,B,l,blo says  tluit Moses  one  day
and Colleen Winn at Broeklehurst, slop-
pod by to see Wally and Peg Graham
noan Vernon  and  saw  Mrs,   Ruth  Mac-
The iii-lick' carried an interesting nutation that Gibsons, on the Sunshine Coast,
has ronsidornbly less rui'nl'nll thivii" Vlfn-.
couver, Tho slalemcnl, althouKh true,
could be considered doubtful by local
residents nl'tor last  week's downpours,
Cor respond cure from' out. of .province
locations In not. uneoinmnn In the local
Climnl.or ,of Coiiu'hc)r..el., I'llus,',ull|uiuitU
there Ih no doubl Ihal Ihe Weekend
Muga/lne   story   aroused   more   Inlcrosl
lhlt|).,,.U!-IU»l.—,„«..5-.fr—«.-..*     ., ■,   .--.    .44  ,.J    -,,      , .
A/inodMiiiiiihoi'Dl' lelloi's urn .received
Iln> lull.'-.-, euiiliiiued, "but. fool '"""''ll. V'1'-'!'..'"'"'I i.r.i! .imnwii.-.j-'il, iiii .f|i.l.U'lt!.V
ike   n   Minullor   town   lo   a   big     »'- PohmIIiI.- by  the Cliniiiber,
In  his life concluded  tlml  \\ wnnjbetler     Donald, Going on to Sinflelcl the J3.nj.iy-
lorary pleasurns of sin, Why throw your    De Deckers, nil former local people, "'
"o,, away   for   something   that   Is   only  Mr,,andvMin^Nolson .Moore, after lioll-
Iransllory. I want to tell you that God has
pleasures for you, many of ihom, And
IIiIh is how lie puis ll, ."In my presenilis filllnC'«H-T)f",|oy;"111 my rlghljuind there
are   iileasureu   forever'nore,"
'   'K^'fVhKlr'H iilaliil' "Tlu>
I'ul, only where II  In id",
troubles nol
claying on Vancouver Island, went by
boat to Prince Rupert, where they visited
friends at Terrace, saw I'Yed and Pear'
Peenoy al Prince George, wen I to Mount
Rpbfion, vImIUkI Mr, Moore's, brother nl
Now Denver, While lit Penlletun ,lhoy
vlfillocl the Hon SwiibcyH, who are former
Gibsons people,
Number two and btr.
bevel siding ... p.m.
210 Ib. roofing sq. butt—
Q,,1 flUQ£
colours   _ ~  ■'JLWO^FflJ'
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While  Pino  Is  lhe  Inl'Ir-iU' (Hinjf^r  In
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j e^ffM(iiw«i(iB*«»«(fl4 w«ii«i*i*<wtat^-Wi&*A(i I
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(140 lbs.) -easy to handle.
THEN . ..
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for men. Stacks, Belts, Shirts
(sport or dress), Suits, ,
Coats, Jackets, otc.
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l^Teten 7A L^amioti OAo,
.-r-Cork soled (canyas uppers) shoes >„4,,...,,..,,. .„,,„
Tank Tops (Regular to $8,95)
Shrinks (YalMos to $7.95)
JEANS white and nayy flares ((Regular $7,50)
PANT SUITS (Regular $49.00)
Pant Toppors, fortrol and jorsoy, etc.
"-.Permuda and short-shorts        "
$3,95 to $6.95
      ; :$4,99-
$25.00 and $35.00
$2,95 and $5.95
.—Cotton sloopwoar nigluio sets,;
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some* cotton and fortrol    	
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11    »    '   ,.   ' *r..-.,\l  .^.w^.wf.-^  ^^r^-'^r*���  '���^7%;'^--V>.*^ ^  v  ) i... ; ,. ... _ -,, . _ _; '7/7 7. ������'.'.'���'���L.'.'.'.'.'-'.'-'.'.-l-l-.-T.x   v  ^::-::v:'x':':':'ivA-:*.'4'i'^77':'-*'''''^/  ''''  ��� V  T-,ePe���insul(.Tirt,e5    .����. Gibsons TOPS hold  Wall-to-wall fishermen . . .  5,000 fish derby  lated August 12-13  IF PAST years are any indication, Gibsons and district residents can look  forward to wall-to-wall fishermen out  on the saltchuck nearby, come the weekend of August 12 and 13.  That is when the biggest fishing contest on earth; the $25,000\ salmon derby,  gets underway for the fifth consecutive  year. It's --the official World Salmon  Championships, also known as the British  Columbia Salmon Derby.   weigh-in crew,, headed by Barry Clark  of radio station CKLG, includes Jack  Anaka, L. Finnbogason,. Joe Grey arid  Vern  Ingram.      ���*.  More than 25 per cent of the prize  winners last year came from Washington State alone, with over 2,000 entries  trailering in their own boats.  *" There are no restrictions on the .size  or typex of boat used, type or number of  registered contestants aboard.   Wednesday, July  19,  1972   Anavets Corner  \ ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force  unit 357  by  Adam McBride  GREETINGS:���  Having just been asked to leave the-  hospital, and. coincidentally, the city of  Vancouver, I am ondfe more free to do as  I decide. I've decided on welfare.  As you know, after the removal of  twox badly misshapen armpits,I was fitted with an orthoepedic support. Although it fits both armpits snugly, I was  a little ieai-y of all the lacey trimmings ?  on it. My worst fears were confirmed  when I read the trade name "Cross your  heart" stamped on one of the straps.  I would like to thank all the guys who  sent "get well" cards. The one from Stanx  Anderson said, "Happy Birthday, Grandma"! But as he explained, there was  a half price sale of cards on at Douglas'  Store.  fourth birthday party  A MOST impressive-and inspiring meeting was  held  July  6  when the  Gibsons-BC 578*TOPS club celebrated their  fourth   birthday. .  A nautical theme was represented in  k^r.n.ng with the recent Sea Cavalcade*  Awards were given to the best loser of  the month and ladies ^who had eight  week consecutive losses. The past executive was honored by receiving charms.  The highlight of the" garden party  luncheon, was to see one of our KOPS  graduate. The KOPS alumni presented  her with a long stemmed rose and her  diploma. After he* graciously walked  ^through the arch of pine boughs and  flowers. The chapter queen dressed in  white, complete with cape and crown,  read a tribute to KOPS. The ceremony  was taken to heart by all and members  are even more determined to Take Off  Pounds Sensibly.  Busman's   Holiday  This  sign  struck  our  photographer    lector Bob Kelly. But the hard-work-  as  having  humorous    connotations,    ing congenial Mr. Kelly assured us  The   reason?   It is  hanging  on  the    it was no joke,  garage owned  by local  refuse  col-  Rqiding union offices . . .  oike action deplored  LOCAL 297 IBPS and PMW at Port  Mellon sent a strong letter to Hon.  James R. Chabot, Minister of Labour in  Victoria, deploring the recent action  taken by the provincial government causing the offices of unions in the province  of British Columbia to be raided by the  police in order to obtain evidence of  contravention of bill 33.  The letter, signed by union secretary  F. Allnutt, said such action can be only  construed as evidence of how far dwe  have gone down the road to a police  state.  "Workers of world fought for many  years, are in fact still fighting," the letter reads, "to establish and defend the  basic principle of the right to strike."  It pointed out that organized labour  in Canada has fought long and hard to  establish a system of wage negotiations  without   compulsion. -  "The workers' right to' strike is inherent in such a system, just as that  system is inherent in our so-called Democratic,   Free   Enterprise   society."  "Many of the same men who the  government are now attempting to com  pel, by police state tactics, to obey an  unpopular and unjust law, defended that  society ,on the battlefield. The courage  that served them so well then, will not  fail them now.  A new generation is moving to the  fore, anxious to test their mettle and  prove that they too can stand firm when  the chips are down. Organized labour,  will not sit still and watch amounts to  cur basic freedoms being subverted -and  squashed by an unholy alliance of big  business  and  politics."  "Of just such alliances," the letter  continued, "are dictatorships born. Organized labour has traditionally been the  working man's defence against the awesome power of government and business,  it remains so today, each new attempt  to suppress labour's rights emphasizes the  expanding rather than lessening need for  labour  militancy."  In conclusion, the letter that was sent  to members of parliament and the Attorney-General, reiterated that the local  union deplores the government of British  Columbia's action in causing the offices  of legitimate trade unions to be raided."  The only world championship event  to take'place annually in Vancouver, in  any sport, according to The Derby News,  it has become famous in five short years,  not only because of the huge number of  contestants, but also for the fact that  someone takes home $25,000 just for  catching the largest salmon in the two-  day  contest.     ,  More than 10,000 fishing enthusiasts,  experts and beginners, oldtimers and  youngsters, fished last summer. Quite a  lew more are expected for the 1972  event.  And some Gibsons residents like to  tell of being I able to walk across to  Keates Island on the boats, the traffic  is so heavy.  Entries   this  year  have  already   been-  received   from   Japan,  Hawaii,   Australia,  Switzerland,   Belgium,  Denmark,  Mexico  and  many other countries.  A new event has been, added. The  World Team Salmon Championship will  be contested for the first time, by invitation only. Teams will consist of two  fishermen each, winners being the first  to see their names go on a huge new  trophy provided by Daiwa International  of   Japan;      -    ;  -~   A major change in the derby this  year, although it's not expected to ease  the congestion around Gibsons much,  sees the addition of an area on Vancouver Island, Saanich Inlet and Cowichan  Bay.  Walter   Lucy   and   partner 'Ken   Holland, both of Coquitlam, won first prize"  last year  with  their 34-pound  spring.  .    Registration  locally -may be  obtained  at  Super-Valu.  When a potential- winner is caught,  it is rushed lo the nearest weigh-in station, as, in case of ties, the.first fish  entered wins. At the scales there are  forms to be filled in and questions to  be answered. Smitty's Marina in Gibsons is this area's weigh-in station.  The  Second prize is a $7,500 Double Eagle  cruiser. Two outstanding major prizes  are the Datsun pickup with its Okanagan  camper, worth over $4,000 and the Neo-  nex Holidair travel trailer worth $3,000.  Other, major prize's include CP Air  jet trips; Zenith color TV sets, stereo,  power tools, snowmobile, vacation cottage  kit  and   outboard  motors.  Additional ferry  urged by council  GIBSONS village council members agree  that additional ferry service between  Horseshoe Bay and Langdale is necessary  during the summer months, and have  written B.C. Ferry Authority urging that  action   be  taken.  The   letter  called  for  an  unscheduled  ferry   run   to   be   established,   thus   alleviating unnecessary traffic tie-ups at the'  terminals.  "The council feel that the employment of a third crew to operate such  an unscheduled service could greatly relieve the congestion that regularly occurs  during the.,sumnier months,!': the request  read.  Announce  changeover at  Hopkins Landing Store  A CHANGE in ownership at the Hopkins  Landing General Store was announced effective July   1.  The new owners, Mr. and Mrs. George  Morgan,- took over' from Mr. and Mrs.  Morrison and welcome Sunshine Coast  residents to drop in and visH at anytime.  In addi'ion to the store, George and  Betty Morgan wi'l also look after the  post   office   and   the   government   wharf.  The Morgans formerly resided on  Texada Island where Mr. Morgan was  employed with Texada Mines.  I hope you are, as I am, looking for-  ward to winning the "Biggie" at the  $500 Jackpot Bingo on Saturday. July  22 (8 pm), at Robert's Creek Community Hall. Even if you miss the jackpot  there are still the other 19 games at $20  a go. If you need tickets, phone Ed  Rhodes, or get them at the door. Of  course, other cards can be purchased inside the hall, as well.  The motion was entertained as to  allowing all persons, male or female, who  are in receipt of Old Age Pension benefits, to join the club at the nominal  initiation fee of $3 per year.   -  This amount was proposed for two  reasons. One: every unit of Army, Navy  and Airforce Veterans in Canada pays  a head tax yearly of $3 per member. So  for all practical purposes, the $3 initiation is simply transferred from "one hand  to the other "inasmuch as no gain or  profit to the Unit goes. Although we  gain nothing on the initiation of yearly  dues of Old Age Pension recipients, neither does it cost the unit anything. But  reason number two is the "pro" side of  the issue. We, the unit, gain valuable  members, and altruistic-ally, can offer a  good get together pot for the codgers who  care to' join us7 Don't kid yourself about  age. I played for an "old age pensioner's  party" one night that was, (according to  the young "director" in charge) to end  at 11 pm, and the music was to be  placid, (i.e. waltzes, slow fox trots, etc.),  because the."'older ones" tired easily. I  was told at 2 am by a guy 78-years old  if I didn't play another polka, I would  get punched .out! I played it. The only  reason the dance finished at 2 a.m was  because most" of the "old codgers" had  to catch a chartered bus at 6 am for a  hit and  run .raid" on  Reno!  Ed Rhodes, by the way, is now an  integral part of the B.C. Ferry System.  As usual with any job where you have  placed an application,' you  are  liable  to  ���see   page   B-5  wmmmmum.......... rnrtnnnrinnnrm  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt -885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings.'  Fine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique   items, "local  artists   pointings.  4**w*ww*iwiwMwmMWamMmimiiHiiiwwMiWMiiiiMWMMW���  forget the fuss  .  leave the work to us  TAKE OUT  ORDERS  A  SPECIALTY  THE SMILE  IS FREE  (Across from High School)  Phone 886-7828 Gibsons  YOUR  DOLLAR  tfUYS  MORE  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE  MID-SUMMER  WESTFAIR ASSOCIATE  GIBSONS  YOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  MORE  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE  WE RESERVE  THE RIGHT  TO  LIMIT  QUANTITIES  PRICES  EFFECTIVE:  THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  JULY 20-21-22  iBifcr^W&^fcVl'felln.lW.VJlWl'aWji^riyM^  Bathroom Tissue  Cashmere   4 rolls  Coffee  Coffee Break (regular)  1 lb. pkg. .  Danish Bacon  Dak,  ......1Mb. tins .���.������,.������,,,., ,���,,���,.,���,...,,.  ORANGE  CRYSJALS BREAKFAST  Nabob '��� fP1 ���       ___Q_*~"  Twin Pak7777r777777^77'AW;��'-Jrv'  SALMON  Pink - Queen Charlotte Brand.  8 ok, *tt ���_ t_C  lb.  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CALIFORNIA BEEFSTEAK  4MMI0ES  d^iMi_l^7y  LB.  fl4<   !' f ��  ORANGE JUICE  York.  12 OX. ���.:,   I   I i  I   2 lor 89  ���  -CHAISE-LOUNGE-  Refl,  10.95 7." - W����*w  PYREX WARE by Coming  I I'  I I' '"'      I"1   :3-49  6 cup pare  Ron, 6195  :BflRBECUE  6 cup ion pot.  .I'cj), 3.SO   .i.  B1AZ  ^VJliJX\l*>Jr4^^i* I Rp^STARTER"  Introductory i6QC  ?P��?.!<1;7'::7.7 7 c:::"::rr::: !'**3f���...  ill t   JL _l ���     ._J^   .    .      . fl Z __L ______________jl_____^___mt,t^_*t>*>-  .���l!._l 6 ox,~packagcu-  '!< Chicken Loaf  .  ���*  Pickle and Pimento  i1 7      -  "H  Bologna ��� > ,/  ALSO BTOES   B.C, Grown,  CABBAGE  local   , ,     ,fci,   '7       lb.  GRANNY���'���^��__^���..  n2 Ib, pkgs.   *p  dmmmmmitrmi***,  I...  SMITH   ��        :...    Ih.  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Ptig.'- A-4  Tin- Pf-nJniMiIa Times  -    ��� ' ' 7    \  Wr<lnrs<iftyr July  19,  197*2  V  er -b-uFOpeaii'-tour  ^;;:;^fe*^:'^  THE   ,J.    17' Stewarts   arc--home   after   a    'Tht-i'..* wits a panoramic,view of the wbo-le  wonderful  7x   weeks on  the continent     country   laid ,oul   like   a -u'iatu   map.  and    lhe    Rriti^h    Isles.    They    travelled"  throni-'.h   live   different   count rios   in   Europe, nnJ ���"���Tiiosvd iliern all.' '*���  m*4.     n, i fr��  ���Mr,      *&&$ .J  ��� ' ' ' r I i'i r'   1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I I ll  The i,vr,ather didn't cooperate too well, .-  e:];...-i i.-iiiv in L .Kerne. Switzerland. All  then- Ii \ e_- ihev had looked forward to  ...aiP the Alps but unfortunately the  two day-, there were :o overcast that they  didn't see a mountain even though they  went up 1(1,000 feet in cable ears They  saw -.*. mm-li insueb a short lime thai  they felt (bey couldn't absorb one more  castle qr ealhedral. On their bus were 17  Canadians,   11   Australians,  12  South  Af-       ^ U11V:I,   ������ ..^,.   ricans,    two    New   Zealanders    and    two .   y0u_.1^ieSir,freezes.'''"jollv   clever   dedue-     k    \  from  Sineapore,   ranging   in   age  from   a^  \[on    ..0n   snowmobiling:   ���'Snowinobilint;     fc   _  ���'*-<*.      * J*  9.3-year-old   gentleman   to   a-   14-year-old      *,. a winter Sp0rt." Really? No wonder we     *      * ''?*<>>���* ?*_*,  girl   from  South   Africa.   It  was  amazing     dun-t  see snowmobiles  out   on   tlie water      "    _, a  B     U      It!  (By Jack   Mills)  I.ML"  Yon   gel   *, our < ..rjr.   i.f     llaV r-  a  Sal-'  I )a7   that   efi!.-rliii  iittie liundl.u..!-.   loi'  ������.air-   Iimmk   ihal   w<-   tie.'   <>e   iu'\|>.n -*i ���-  are   lihellini.   oul- -^t...tl���t-lnl-la-i^T- -lui--' >if-i-t~--  ously, Mr. I'.enii.'U. y.ni can't be Tin*  publication caine lliru.ugli' the mail lasl  week. Take a look at some of the gems  it offers. On freezing,: "Frostbite is when  A-  \'  IDEAL  FOR   FIREPLACE   OR  STOVE  PROMPT DELIVERY       x  \   1-5  f40V  .   �� *   I f . "*" -       m "����������� "V ' "T^^^   ._      . .*_.    .      ___}ft_tt    ^^____tS__ff__   M-.J,J,.\.  how   many   young   couple  were   with  the     th(.r-;e clavs. Thanks, Mr. B. your c-erlainly      \  tour.  The StRwarts thought there would be  mostly olilcr folk like* themselves, but  im such Ihing. Tlit-v toured all the places  filmed in "Sound of Music" in Sal/.burg,  in Vienna, wool to the 1 'iirsalom, found  by h'raiif-f.--, .lo-.epb the second in 170:' P'a-*-"  and- listened l>> Straw*'.:*. Waltzes played by  expei t.-,, a*', wet! S- listening to the ni.r,1  gloiuu-, ���.111p,111���___ ui the Bhie (b'Otlo, Venice The scenery adl through Europe has  tu be seen to b.- believed. Stewart*, made  a liost of friend*', and were .any to r.ay  goodbye,  They did Ihe uminl sirditseeing in London but would have liked more lime  there.  In   the  small   town   of Lingfield,  Sur-  cnlightenc-d its there. On Seat belts:  "Seatbelts are for your safety.'.''Aw, come  off it, everyone knows they make dandy  bottle openers. On poisons: "li you suspect someone has been- poisoned, this is  an emergency." Tsk. Tsk. do tell' On  las.'.-': "I'liildren should never be  .MVi-ii |.la*.tic ba..s to play with/' (..'nine  on. I'leein, they're cheaper ihan hand  grenade*, (hi the bal..y :.ittei" When the  babv-liter aii'i'w. for ibe fu.l tune,, lei  her'and the child be t..-.ether for a lew  miiioie*," T-'.n't lhat cute And then what"  On play hazards,: "Boys love clmilViiiy.  1rees: somegirls do too." Sounds like an  X rated   script   to   us.  On campers: "Camper travel has open-  end up a whole new way of life for Canadians."   And   il   sure   put   B.C.   Ferries  I  3  I  r��7  ��� - �����-" *" " *^?r**_ ���.1 iS*'*  li f~ t-^*��i l&r-i��rw'999i��mM fttmnft  enn  DANCING  9:30 to  1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  inad  SATURDAY,  JULY  22nd   JOIN THE FUN   Highway   101     ���     Cover  Charge  886-2472  wwniwwnfywwwtfuwM  Use'Times' Adbriefs to Sell. Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  rey.   they   went   into   a   beautiful   church     into  one  helluva   turmoil.   The   book   hath at has'been there for 1,000 years. They     a   message.   But   unfortunately   the   mes-  had   1he   pleasure   of   meeting   the   vicar     sage     has   been   relayed     before.   Many  and were indeed surprised when he said  he   had   cousins   in   Canada   in   a    little  place    called    Roberts    Creek.    A    small  A   Busy   Building  times. Safety books, however, are a good    Rocords kopt nl the flibsons Tourist    well over a 50 per cent increase m  thing   for   Mr.   Bennett   tc5   have   around  these clavs,  what   with an election  loom-  world!  Mr. and Mrs. Stewart had a few days  in Bristol', visited Devon before going to  Kettering in he Mid lands-to visit friends  who took them through small English  tiiwiis 'hat would not h(- seen from bus  or train. They also .went lo Stralford-On-  Avon  and  Cambridge.  They  saw  the  Karl  ing he'll certainly need them.  And it's good to see your AN'AVF.TS  columnist back on his feet again. Adam  McBride, w^uim we bave known only a  short while, has been in and out of the  hospital more times lately than we can  count, but somehow the jolly goodwill  ambassador of the ANAVKTS group still  manages to remain his cheerful kooky  of Spencer'-, castle wiih its millions of r.rU- _\n(- spoakins; of goodwill ainbas-.  pound;, woilh of exquisite paintings and sa.|..rSi surely our own legion could do a  china. In Kdiubiirgh on June I, Jim and ~|'*||P ..(.iter public relations job, coiild-  Wynne observed their 441 h wedding an- ,,-, they. Yes, mam, 1 am a member of  niversary, and lell tbe next day for a  week long bus lour of northern Scotland, the bighbeht of their holiday. The  scenery, the flowers, the hospitality of  the Scots,  is a joy  lo behold. They  were  isureau in the Sunnycrest Plaza show    tourist  traffic so far this year.  A booming season . . .  �� ��      M 9 -  ___  ord numoers  ASK   the  louris'l   booth  receptionists, the Hie  ring  of  the  cash  register.  merchant-,, the ferry employees and According to information received  lho park-* officials, and in all probability (,,,,,, |-,(. r'ibsons |ounsi bureau located  you will gel the same leply -the .influx' ;i, Sunnycresl I'la/a, Ihe number of per-  nl' -.i-itois and I in i lists, on Ihe Sunshine S()IL ..,._.-, j,,^ information has more than  Coast so far this summer is setting rec- doubled over lasl year. For the. few days  ords. the booth was opened in June, 100 custo-  Naturally. very  few records are avail- mers  were  serviced   this   year   compared  3 cards for $3  ROBERTS  CREEK  COMMUNITY  HALL  July 22- 8 p��m.  19  GAMES   $20 LAST GAME   $50Q  >Ofe: PRIZES!  4>"  that  group,  but  good public relations does  not   burl   anyone    and   as   my    friend   at  t'other  paper said  of  the  Sea  Cavalcade,  '"free   publicity"   is  yours   for   the   asking.  Say it isn't so. One of our local clergy-  three davs at  Inverness taking  trips out     men  entered  church  last  Sunday  with  a  _...,,   .-..., .       .  from there. After tha thev spent a week bandage on his chin. As he entered the able to substantiate the assumption but In to for the same period in IBl\. Ana  in Auchterarder. Jim's home town, where pulpit he explained the wound by say- there are three del'iniK- sources that pro- so lar m July 291 persons have made in-  old acquaintances were renewed making ing, "I had my mind on my sermon and vide substantial' proof. One is the tourist (-nines,- compared to 70 tor the same  a relaxing climax to a good holiday. They cut myself shaving." Who was it that bureau where yearly records are kept' on period last year. Visitors from ashlar  new home from Prestwick and coming was heard leaving the church muttering, the numbor of visitors making queries. away as Toronto, Texas, New Mexico  Canada   it   was   on   one   of   those      "The   pastor   should   have   had   his   mind      Anoiher   is   con,ei sation   and   the   third,     and   even   foreign   countries  have  signed  35 000   feet       on  his shaving and cut the sermon." perhads   the  most   important   lo some,   is     their names in the guest book made av  across  dear   bright   days   when   al  Bui still lots to do 7 * .  RIfter 18 months on-off work  i'   .'....������. *���   i\ ",      ,    i i  ,     ,'������:.-        , , , t '  ketch is rounding into shape  ailable, but lhe majority are from tbe  stales of Washington and California and  our  own   province.  Conversation these days, is directed toward the number of people in the area.  One mere-haul said he at first . thought  everyone here after the July - weekend  had stayed over from llio Sea Cavalcade,  mt il was obvious it wasjus't the' beginning  uf  a   booming  season,  Another  store  owner  said   it   is   much  >ut   did   not   hesit'ale  to  r  get   loo  much   belter"  a   road   lo   the   I'eiiin-  ix-li' yon to son Bi'llisli  I   then   wondered   how  l'_ I li ore; is  no  lu'cosi-t ...  n't   got over  here llio  nl Ion is now," ho added,  /.'iK-iit^v it.. -W -. iv*i'\*-- - '-'���i__ ���Krt-f.    ��� iiiw.-f   now,  un  u-n-ornnttvo  but   lo spend  .-    v. ���     .' 'J Ono clniRgiMl  sulci  i!  appeiu'cnl  biiHior  fiffiwwWSPL'P -mtVhi. 7ho' iniM'en^ hblhe  Ifiiii-iHl   Ihule .is  H  While nolhlng oll'leliil bus been lumi'd  If]    from l.VC, l'ViT,y'Authority ul'l'lclitlfi, ensu-  M   ul* 'cipiivoi'sation  with omployocm int  lho  'Still   Lots* to   Do MofHo'slioo  Hay  to  UuiKdtik,, run  would  Al'lcr   11"   months   of   what   he   culls     Indlculo it nmrKwl IneroiiHo in furry lr(il'-  (Mi'ol'l'  work,   I'Yniik   Mnillliwullu ol'    ri" fun ,,,}0n ,,vl,l,,n' Mlll('" ll,n Julv lnt  (absoiiM Hiiii iniH ��iiin�� ������� mi io <!,�� on ^s;;;;,,,,-,. Ih(1"1()(lill ������������.,���, !,������,.,.���������,'  lllM-in- 001   Uilell   he   IH    HlUljMK   ll    . w|ih ...H.-.,rr-a|\..lH...I*.ll'. conllnueH*lo.(..P  his hnokyai'd on <��o\vt-r I'olnl Hoiul.    ,lW(M, qm.H||(l���Hi |UIM(| (Uii mnpii, hroehureH  'riu7l'MM��-7VOM.sul oilers un linproisslv.!    ���,u| oihuivfmi Jlfondnro  mul woK-onio  There's No Job  Too Big For Us!  THE  MODERN  APPROACH  TO  YOUR  HOME  OR  BUSINESS  It Costs Less Than You Think  BULLDOZING  -  EXCAVATING  -  ROADWORK  GRAVEL AND  SAND  we go  ANYWHERE  FREE ESTIMATES  igBBBBO-  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  730 E. KEITH, NORTH VANCOUVER  S " <-    J3  ONSBUIL  ES(I971  .WIU'iN..nMt.,'il l^...ii��ilH|��lJutxJiwJLJllmlik^  l-'innk   Mmllliwiiile   Ilium   lo   miy   IiIh     will huvo n |.ronn woluhl ol' ')*",I)0II poiimlH,  'IIVlooi   keteli. Hhould   be   i-.-mly   I'oi'   IiIh     pi'obnhly ll|-shU,!r Ihiiii moid woodon IhiiiIh  .U.XlJlUlrV7,,^i,.i, ....i.^.^^w^rf.,,,,,.....,,..,.I,.,.,,...,,��,,, ,>,,.., .,,,.,l,,^t!l^JIlwl^JIj.t'^^la7i��w^,��r.,..,.^  ,slf_hl  for UH)S(.7goin|.f In unci oul of    vIhIIoph to llio (IHwoivh aron���' hv isroitl.    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Piumiii{iG*"n",'Li AihI'oI' ootu'm'.nlou/i wllh  I'l'iinrrlln" of when iho hoiu will ho , him ifios Iuk wlfo Pnl mul iwo ohllilron,  eoniplf-ioil. ii i', nn liijproHHlvo;nlf.ht for^HOVon-yotii'-olfl M^tylok;-nnd nlno-yottr-old  HioMi ii -   H,  Im,|  nut  nl'  lho  (llbrtnnt.    .lo-Anno,  hot It  mIikIoiiIii id   (IIIihoiin   I'llo-  lliirbuiii- in cn numUtry 3oh(,)ol,  'I'lieve-il Im   Ii ..In I'nnl, lO-lnoll (|l"��fl Wo  llllkod   Fl'(ll)k   how  nn   Idoii   in  tin-  nnd l" cn | mi I. ii or tiiiTylniVllOO khIIoiih of   tlortnlciv inioh n fdnnnilc projooi  In cotu  ���  ftiol  und ,iju,i ,,,mw\i\  iniuntHy ,uf, witttsi',, .'colyod, ..'v..        7.7,.... ....,,',:.,  ...7..'n��!* ' ..���N."ll,h"..��ullliiH. dow!n,tholuol ., . , "Mvoryon'o hiot nomo^ornokp^t Idoun,"  _  oupiioliv In I nil iiiill.-i.n," Knmk ikIiIn, "��f7 " no qulpH, "Ihlii Ih nilno." lilon, ihn'yho- ���  l��l*  (ill, .It.  in  ii ���.iiilbonl'!'"  .-....���,.  ...ut'dllkpot H'h imt(l.-v,  ...,.,.���   ��� __*,_. ^1������^__���_ 1���_���.^,_X\_. 1 , .  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" ���"������ .���". " * :""  A CARPETS    A TltES ' * LINOLEUMS ���  HOURS} .  Closed Monday* Open 9 aim. - 6 p.m.v- Friday NlgfitTII 9 p.m.  IV  I^M^frjSFfl'rf  Our:6lrci:i|d Opening  Saturday, July 22  , ,.-���.,....  mifmmr.  886-2642  OllSlSlli   (I'ByiJV^TD,  Sunshine Coast Highway Noxt To Sunnycrost Plaxa  ��� i  (  t^w*vttwwflptww^wteyw->>w*^^w��ii^^  1 ; 1  iS 1  Zffjw/ffff/fjr/'/M  m^^mimmmiH.  \ v  ���it-  1    \  ���     I     r  '    1   ' _a���  qtefi.  \  ���    .-Vlr'l     ,      ,'l  \  \  V  .-ll* .*�����,  *  I. **  in.   . - .    ..-,  *' /r'%, sf-r* v ���"- *-" f-V . ' w  *&��.  mrk-^7:0  ��� ' .  * r "  Hatfmoon Bay Happenings  , 1 : __ _V ���_ _ -. __r_v.._^_  A FIF.MTNDF.R tTi:Vt Srilnrday. Julv ?'7w\  is U.f\ < 1 alp of two iinpi.riant meetings -at the Welcome P.eacb Hall* 7 p.m..  is tbe tirne'of tbe anniiaKgeneraI meeting  of tbe Welcome Beach Water Board lo  be followed at 8 p m. by the annual  general meeting of me Welcome Beach  Community Association.  Retiring officer^ of the Community Association have given 'much time and  thought to their reports of the year's  activities anXl a Nominalini; Committee  haY afler considerable negotiatm-., prepared . a slate of officers for V.iibmi*.siim  to the meeting,!'*) even if you have  house guests, please 'try to make time  to attpnd  this meeting.  COUNTRY  FAIR  Preparations for the* Jubilee 'Redroofl's  Country Fan\wcnt ahead despite many  days of anxiety about the weather, but  Saturday dawned fair, with a bright sun  shining from a cloudless sky and a  pleasant breeze "keeping temperature  comfort aids. . _.  ���by  Mary Tinkley   4  winner  of  ihe  much   coveted   cedar  chest  v.'.i-.    Mi* ,    Mildred    F.ra-er   of    l.iirn.il.y,,  -.while Mrs. Leona  Pap.o of Redrooffs won-  the   hamper  ancl  Mrs.   Mabe-I   Aikenhead__  of Welcome Woods won a ceramics dish.  The  water melon,  weighing 23   lb,   5  oz.  was.  won   by   Lyle   Stillick   with   a   close',  guess   of  23   lb.  4  oz.   The   doll   'Astrid",  wiih a complete wardrobe made by Mrs.  'Keith Comyn, was won by Chris Dalton,  while   Valerie     Ladner     won   "Theresa"  dres.--.eil  by  Mrs. Q.   Burrows  in a knitted  ontlit.    Bonnie   Wizard   was   the   winner  rif  the elou'ii  uami-id Jiiley  made by   Mrs.  t*'.d.   ('..ol,    The   cake   ruffle   was   worthy  Kelly   Ahd'eTSon   ol   Wood fibre, - a .happy  ciiiicidence for Kelly was celebrating her  v  l'.th   birtbilay.  The  ubiklren  who   landed  tlie bi:.; tish In the l-'ishpond. were Christian   Mickey   of   California,   Ki.hvard   Ladner,   Margaret   Connor and  Jamie  Hilton.  The members of the Auxiliary express  thanks to all who helped in any  way  to  make  the  Fair such  an  unqualified success��� to Loren Shaw (if West Sechelt who  made the cedar chest: to Alan Jacques of  The Peninsula Times Page A-5-  Wednesday,  July 19,  1972  come ai'i occasion I'or a family reunion of  the l-'i-'a* er fa'riiily and again this year,  Mi*.. Oliver I'etil wa brr. Ie-v.-N at a turkey  dinner attended l.y 777 members of the  l-Yaser clan. Her guests were bee three  brothers, -fttH���from Eureka," Jim from  Madeira Park, Alex from B'urnaby with  their wives," her ' sfsTer, XiT'"TrTomsdn" <k  New Westminster with husband' Scotty,  Mr. and Mrs. Milt Lonneberg, Mrs. Helen  Manson, Mrs. Anne Burden with daughter Megan. Carol and Bill Fraser and  Mrs. Mary Anne Harney, all of West ,So-  Mielt and Sandy Taylor.and family from  Surrey.  Sechelt  Legion  Branch 140  Anticipation  U used to hp the lucky-dip bran tub    of eager anlicipalion wondering what.    Fair wait to see what four year old  but on the roasl il is the Fish Pond    they are going lo catch   Two little    Tammi McFndden lands,  thai keeps the \ounqsteis in a state    \ isitois   to    the   Rediooffs   Count ly  Conutry   Fair  Popularity of the Redrooffs Country  Fair increases every year and summer visitors just love the White Elephant table where, .they might just ,  find what they forgot to bring with  them for a camping holiday and for  the youngsters there 'are always  some colourful toys.    *  Closing date extended  for River Rats contest  THE Honourable W. K. Kiernan, Minister of Recreation and Conservation today announced on behalf of the Contest  organizers,. Harold .Morilees and Bert  Price, MLAs I'or Vanconvcr-Burrard, that,  tho (leadline for onirics in the British  Co I'u mbi ti R a in "������ Con test - wou 1 d ������ bo "��� exteti d -���:  ed lo October 15th, 1972,  "The uiuiMiial and prolonged period of  hff.h wnlor ' on. our   streams��� "this .year  hiimporod  lhe olonn-up operations,"  said    jt1  Mr.   Kiernan,   "and   consequenlly   I'owor'   ^  onirics than expoi.tc.cl were roee'ived,"  T*he   rules   require   socondary   school  mal wnlor level at'lenst 1,000 foot of salmon or sloolhynd ���Hp��wiuny-.,Hti'uum-..l��\nk;-.  propi'fjiji nn essay on this import unco of  iho Nli'onm to lho flshln/r. industry;'and  sit forth In n furl hor essay what ho pr  sho feeds could bo dune to eonsorvo snl-  ..,m,on or sleolhqud pop.ilutlon'H. ��� >  Prb.pH. Inchiilo. rqun,d-*.t,rlp tlokola to  London, 'oourlofly AIR CANADA; round-  trip tickets to "Mexico City, (,-oui-l.osy CI"  By opening time, with 'a good crowd  collected around all the stalls, Keith  Comyn, resident of the Welcome Beach  Community Association introduced Mrs.  Elsie Holgale, a charter member of the  Asspciatioh, an. enthusiastic worker for  the community over many years, a pioneer and tbe daughter oi'va long line of  pioneers. In fact, said Mr. Comyn, one of  her precedessors was a signatory to the  American Declaration of Independence,  which dates her family as North American' pioneers as early  as   177(1.  Mrs. Holgale said she was proud to  have the honour of opening Ibis Silver  Jubilee Fair because 197.2 was tbe 2r*>th  birthday oi' the Welcome Beach Community Association, There were very few  of tbe charter members left, she said, iii  addition to herself only Mr. and Mr.  Fritz Leuchte as' far as she knew. She  spoke of the early days of the Association and the growth and development  since the,building of the Welcome Beach  Hall in 1958 and its extension as a 1971  Centennial project.  After the Fair had been declared  open, there was a rush of business at all  stalls. As usual the home baking was tlie  first to be sold ovit, - but business remained brisk in hot dogs, white elephants and gifts. Bingo was called by Bi.ll  Fraser Jo a full.house and the Children's  Corner kept the young ones happy with  a most successful fishpond and guessing  contests.  An interesting event of the afternoon  was a decorated bicycle parade organized by the Halfmoon Bay Hecreation  Commission, Prizes were won by Margaret Connor for the best decorated bicycle, to Stephanie Murphy for tbe entry  showing most originality and to Mary  Connor for the most comic entry which  included  a lifesize  clown.  There was a breathless hush of excitement when preparations were made for  the  drawing  of raffle prizes.  The  lucky  Redrooffs who loaned and set up the  most effective loud speaker system; to  Jim Cooper for the use of the resort  grounds: to the team of men who set up  tables and benches and cleared " the  grounds after the Fair: and to all who  donated home baking and articles for the  various stalls.  Workers at tbe Fair were assisted by  a number of friends from outside the  area, 'including Mrs. Olga llynek from  Cortes Island, the Doug, Anderson family  from Wood fibre and Mrs. Peggy Verge  of Vancouver who assisted her hostess, ��  Mrs. Bill Palhint in running the Fishpond. Tbe two youngest helpers at the  l-'-nr were Sheila and Louise Murphy  who  were  in  charge  of  the  watermelon.  REWNION  The Will' Hansen home at Redrooffs is  the scene of a happy reunion, with the  arrival .from Denmark of Will's mother,  Mrs. Gretha Hansen and Anne's mother,  Mrs.  Maria  Brodensen.  Freddy and Tina are having a wonderful time being spoiled by their two  grandmothers who hadn't seen them  since Will" and his family left Denmark  three years ago. Mrs. Hansen and Mrs.  Brodensen will fly back to their homes  in South Jutland oh August  1st.  Spending a vacation as the guests of  Mrs. Owen F.dmunds are her sister Norma with husband Jim Fuerstenberg of  Saskatoon. It was Jim's first visit, to the  coast and he surprised himself and everybody else by landing a fine 18 pound  ��� spring  on   bis  first   fishing trip.  VISITORS  Visiting old friends around Halfmoon  Bay recenlly was Mrs. W. H. Clarke who  was accompanied by her niece, Mrs. John  Reston. Mrs. Clarke first visited Redrooffs as far back as 1915 and her late  husband built the first home in Welcome  Beach, the present Faulafer property.  The   Redrooffs   Country   Fair   has   be-  egion  Hall, Seghelt-  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT S p.m.    v  JACKPOT $125  $10 DOOR PRIZE  m*mm^mm^^f*,v*^nn*^n____________i%giah\_+__nnir_TUt^^  It's Leap Year  Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  **"      W',th  Us  WELCH'S  5���S*   CHOCOLATES \  100%  Waterproof  Watches  by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2421  Mystery  C'lnmii'viitinn,   iiUonllon  1,0," ITov.lnelnl Munmmi,,  -CJ�� 1 mi nb I ��r������-���- * "-.--  r .lohiv nuciuoy,   surprise -packages from the Fl,shpoml ������������  , Vk'lorlu, I'iHilHh   at Uoili'oofl's Fair wuh n lilgiiUKlvl, ol'   . thoJjoUjUijUjrXJSud hjIL.   �������^,;*~ �����.1. .rn-iii..-!��� '. I ii i  .-.������������������ '��� ������������ wl ��������'��� ���minim mmmmr mi ���"������"���'���'������ w�����>������ip ������!���" ���������"���"������������. ������������ >���.. - ,  do so many  B^��>*��i��iw^4iiffffW^^ ��� i���pi^HM^^g^-i-tiwir iniinwnwr-iiniliTiniil Hif fli Tririiiinwrn jpfc 'imtwrnii m  coin laundries use Speed Queen?  Pqet's Corner  ~*"Your contributions mo Invited , |  ''"'"    ;'   s'RNTrN��L',,:''/' ''  by Chorylo.Ann E, Jny  t*<**��*mu���i.t.,��n***,mtv9ifl>t~4\'��<4~Pt��*~ .Mw,r^^^~n^,^m^r���^,�����.m.Anm~f~>~'~*~ttt't,4��4.n  HlKh above Howo Sound'Hhoro  Hl/.h nhovo tho troo Hhrouclod. I'oi'oh! floor  TtlflQH h lonoly fioallnol.  PlovolnH tho |)HRht nurtimor bluo Ay  Noiu1 whoro monclow Iiu'Kh miu! hou uuIIh  fly  Because: (1) 'They arc so dependable    ,-Sinncirihp flum-diiyi'ofiho sunrtiinQ  (2) So simple to me   (3) }f'asb so clem   '     "m' \  y   ' r    ��� Drosnocl In nhndon of bluo iuk! purplo  iHiiut^.MMiiiMiiiiiM'WMii'wiiiiMiiiiiiiiwiiiitiiniiiiMi  \A/U>r   rlrtn'-f   YOII- YlolOv  ,sr7,jJtU^vlfT*^^ J uV-.^.��������"jLRlPl)lnHl(i"fl���i)lHnclH. Jonoly_ nnd  _;  7'; }AmL^hf^ buy the Washer'   ������ Aimuimnrkof nmm^ ,-v/.; .. -  ,'' (7\i7\\\W\7 n .       i       .  ..  MVi#''h^M^..Si. d uM <U  WWWi' ' i" M \WUwJ____m  %\U\if>it'>.  (,;,��. I"  proved in  thousands of  , , my^Awmm qoin ,aundries  fM9._   t h>W,rr*��wJ . i , i '^..UrM yy*P    iti'^'tWiir'i'I  Mlehdd upon hor honuljoufl fiu'o  Whoro Hti'onmn (uifl wild wnlorfnllti rnco  Tho flcnrR of wlndanncl rnliifl nnd mim,'  .'��   .-'V :'      :i.'   r,*..','!':,1. i MBnOMMM  ****-- r^Wl>^Wi<^>f|4^l^^  "Holtl uniVmiijoHllo In tho piilo of'ovcning  Wurmpd' by fiunn "nnd coolod hy rnlnn  of HonnonlnK  -Hlflo-thlrmonuniPnHo'rnoihRrniih'ii'or  Hidden fl^ep wllhin l��cr vnllcy.i nnd hills  Aihohiiiit lho Juiced allffn, rooks nnd'      I'lllH ,       , .   .  TiWriiw-iTnmiiyff"nf,-nmi"w,"imnF ���ilio'ippur  1^1    t, Oil' ���i*!*^!1 (JBRWfcJW    Q^*** &*l&m fty**  YOUR SpEEP QUEEN.PEAUER  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Cowrlo Street, SotMl*;      " '   Phono 885-2171  ���V  Whoro roiimlnn wlldllfo will ncviu* couho,  All thQHn In lho Hholior of tho Hontlnal,  ElphlnntonQ,   ' .._,,.���...  Rurroundod by tho nonrlnj; ConMnl Rnnno  In n' land Whoro liomdy Ih not.idl'nhKo N  Uln��n hlnh ���ohovt)  llnyvp7-Hound'H, .whoro,..  Ilb(b iibovo lho Iroo iihrmulod--I'tiVimt flnoi��,  Tho itnnllnid, Mcnml 'Rlpl\ln��lono7,   ���    ,.  ^mmm������^WWM00t V  ��,  ��� ��� ���    :    i  *    \ - - ������    \ ���  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July 19, 1972  \    \   -'  r  \  REAL  ESTATE (Cont.)  The PENiNsui.Av^iw��e4  SecrVelt-Phone 885-9654  Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  Classified  ASSIGNMENT  sale "1 .-hi acre  ���property   on   tin  foment  Provfncia-I-  nu'renirn' -  line.,. IVesb  7-feplv Bo*  Times;   Bo:  of    lease     lor  of waterfront  East   stiiii'<!> of  C b a i i n cT,    s u' jj eel     TiT  FOR  RENT  (Continued)  10'x l(i'   KNIGHT  mobile  home  Sunshine   Coast -Traill'i*  Park.  I'lionp ;ia(i-7ii i. y.~>-:i_  HELP WANTER.  LADY  work  -J72.   Sr  .iiiicd   Jor   part-time  .,   mulel.   Write   Box  ���7 7, c. \���^2.3.1  HELP WANTED (cont.)  RELIABLE   girls   required   \o,  wcHk t-lirough summer month.;.   App'y  in   person ��� t,o   Pen\  -Go\:ei*iniieni       n.--  . ���:,  chain-' (7   shore-  .\iialer... on   or'-ip: ri v.-  7)4.  .co   Peninsula  ;   :U0,   Sechelt,   13 C,  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt. -B.C  Established 1963  PERSONAL  Member, Audit Bureaa  Of Circulations  March 31.   1972  grps.r��irculaHon-327-5--   .  Paid Circulation 2421  AsNhled with  the Audit   Bureau  ot Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briets 112 words)   .  One   Insertion     $1.00  Three Insertions   $2.00  fvtrn   linp^  14   words)   ..... 20c_  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous  r-  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,  Thursdays.   Wilson  Creek   Gommiun-���  ity   Hall.   Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn   , ���4 ^   WISH   to   contact,   Latter   Day  Saints members.  Phone'^885-  ,or   886-2546 67-HR-.t-fn  WELL    treed    'anw;  Must    sell    cheap  'Phone  8.W-9H1.1.  view    lot.  for    cash.  57-34  CQAST CQNFFRAeTING  Building - All types.  Hoofing   -   Duaroid   Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  Painting -  Int.,  Ext. -  Res.  &  Commercial  SECHELT: Sparkling new 3  bedroom white siding bung-  a'ow. close to stores, benches.  Panelled LR features large  cobblestone fireplace. DR has  buffet recess and storage cabinets. Lovoly- citation cabinet  kitchen. ..W.-.W throughout. At-  1 ached���garage and���workshop.  Sheltered ' patio. Garden in  lawn. .Auto, oil heat, washer,  dryer, fridge, stove, included  in price.of $25,40"0 with $1'.,000  clown. To view ca'l Mr. Rear,  835-9372. 71-34  WANTED TO RENT  3   ;57I)i:OOM   liou-c   icu^red,  Scchc'lt   area,' by   rcsjounsibie  fai'm'v.   Excellent   t;--iu!..t   guar-  \ anteed.   %'.-,:,-DtiT.i   or    885-9989.  62-36  TO llEWI." or lease v# or 4  bedroom house, basement or  family room. Will respond to  .ab' offers bv Sept. .1. .-Mrs.  Carol Yandell, c/o Mrs. C. .  Dav,  Box   1,  Gibsons.      401-34  LA BO I  creti  ClIIH-'i'l  LOC-A'  quir,  and- t*  in all i  Lire, fa  885-9Gi;i.  tecf for  .'. 7S  wanted   tor  cot)  ���V   Phone   Morrie's  ,-   8.15-9413. 60-34  i in -"ri'uciion firm re-  *..r'l i ir.ie dispatcher  ';i.'(*per. Experienced  ...*s (;f office pioced-'  iar with area. Phone  39-34  \---4rjimfarrf--prive*-i*n7---S>5t4TCHT"  70-34  WORK WANTED  MOBILE HOMES  2-4-x-CrO-  111 N E Coast Credit  is  now accepting  ap-  ���.   I'or   a   clerk.   Duties,  phic both by dictation  and   shorthand,   sim-  ;keeping   machine   and  440 sq.  ft.  of 'gtntt-���  living.   2    bedrooms,   2  arge   family room, large  and    cupboards.    Built  Furnish ���*%  tastes. 'This  -,   I OUS  baths,"  closets  in   China   Cabinet  your own persona  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box  Numbers    . .  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Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject to recourse in law  . : j   "In  the  event of a  typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a Wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper.  Advertising   is  merely  an   offer  to   sell,  and    may   be   withdrawn   at    any  time."���(Supreme Court .decision).  Advertising    is   accepted    on    the  rendition   that,   in   the   event   of  biographical   error,   that   portion  ot the advertising space occupied  t>y   the   erroneous   item,   together  with reasonable allowance for sig-  nuure,   will   not   be   charged   for,  b*J>   the balance of the advertisement will  be  paid  for  at the ap-  ' pneubte 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  nourly    rate    for    the    additional  work.  * -  BIRTHS  Concrete   -   basemenTs   -   sidewalks - sea &~Telaming walls.  vloor   covering   -   insulation.  Phone 886-7320  8056-tfn  IF your're new in town, and  plan lo -reside here permanently, phone us your name  and address, tell us where you  moved from, and we'll send  you The Times for a month,  with our compliments and a  warm welcome. Phone 885-  9654,  The  Times. tfn-nc  REAL  ESTATE  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-1 ike   160 acres.  near  Secret Cove  Well elevated property, some  ocean views, trails and light  timber. Lane access from highway at only $67,500. Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C. '  8733-tfn  ~PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 after  5:30 p.m. Write Box 708,  Gibsons, B.C. 9050-tfn  FOR   RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-23,85.  7815-tfn  FURNISHED 3 bedroom on  4V2 acres at Roberts Creek.  $140 mon. Responsible adults  with references. Write to F.  Jovick, Roberts Creek or  phone 886-7382 weekends  only   Available   August    20th..  9184-34  1200   SQ.   FT.   space   suitable  for   contractor   or   .   .    .    In  the  Village  of  Sechelt.   Phone  885-9606. 14-35  SEMI-furnished     house     with  view on  1  acre lot on Cochrane    Rd-    Responsible    adubs  onlv.   Phone   883-2424.       53-34  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  '.   .   ,   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Bost Wishes to tho happy  .���":'paronta.'".";':*v,'--,,''."|.""-n'""  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ACiiilCULTUIlAL       Advisory  l-'nrm open for clcmoi'.struliun  of small  I'rull iiiuiui..em(.*nl,  11  .n.in, to 4 p.m. every Saturday.  4.-,SiinHhiiie.-���C(j(ml.������..HlgbwnyT-  Rubdil.s  Crock,   l-Yuu  Advisory  Survli'o   ltlt(i-2.r)l)2, *  -U.l-'M  CARD OF THANKS  IIKI.ATIVI-'H ii|' lho Ink. Dnv  id ('hnriiiiiii wish In convoy  lit.-ni'll'pll ihim.<H lor c*tird,s,  Ho worn and kind .(ixproHHliiiiH  ol' Hytiipnlh.v A Hpecliil thank  ymi In Ib'v Unvlil Brown who  i-oiKliicli-il iho linn-nil Miu'vla-,  ���     '    '      ,' ,      , 4itt-!j,|  DAVIS    BAY:    Large    cleared  lot      afydoerr rDl, -  lot, ready for building. Panoramic view.  Only  $6,800.  GIBSONS:   One   level "ar    '  quiet   residential   area   close  to shops, schools and churches.  Charming     Post     and     Beam  home. 3 large bedrooms, cozy  living room has fireplace and  W-W. Corah, kitchen and. dining features colored counter  top range and wall oven.  Bright utility adjoining. Vanity bath with enclosed tub.  Carport and storage. Full  price $25,000.  Only $4,500 for fine view lot  (ilYxllO', on sewer, Area of  new   homes.  MOBILE HOME FANCIERS:  Here is a dandy, already set  up on concrete slab ancl with  spaoious extension, Only 2  years old, Nive level lot 05'x  ��� 33K*. Terms on $21,500,  Sonic  excellent   buys  in.view  0.1)0, ..und   up,  ONE   bedroom   suite,   al!   utilities.    West    Sechelt,    available   August   1st.   885-9044.  63-34  PERMANENT tenants wanted  for older 2 bedroom winterized cottage, GranfTiams. Furnished or unfurnished, available August 1, Elderly couple  only. $75 month. References  required,   Box   739A,   Gibsons.  412-34  IF. your're new in town, and  plan to reside here permanently, phone us your name  ancl address, tell 'us where you  moved from, and we'll send  you The Times for a month,  with our compliments and a  warm welcome. Phone 885-  9654, The Times. tfn-nc  is   the   best   basic   unit  on  the  Peninsula.   We   have   paid   t he-  double ferry charges. Pat this  line home on'your own foundation and be eligible I'or Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed. No agents. Phone  885-2153 after 6 p.m. c/o Box  739, Peninsula Times, Gibsons,  B.C. 8164-tfn  BOATS & ENGINES  BETH MORRIS*  ' YACHT SALES  LTD.    7  617  Bidwell  Ave.  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  - Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact    Capt.    M.    Higgs  Box   374  Gibsons,   B.C.   -   886-7424  8173-tfn  17   FT.   6   IN.   Fibreform   deep  V    with    115    Mercury   OB  Good    condition.    Phone    885-  2455. 51-34  9 FT.  PLYWOOD  cartop boat  ancl   4   hp   McCul.och   motor.  Oysiter    Bay,    Madeira    Park.  Phone   883-2395. 50-34  BOAT    trailer    for    17'    boat.  5'_.    hp    Johnson    outboard  motor,   $125.   886-"7883.  417-34  [2 4'FIBREGLASS   hull  boat  with trailer. $150. Good condition.  886-9974. 416-34  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  LANGDALE LOTS���Look these over, they are selling  fast.-Prices $3500 to $5000.  bui'djny.Jo  $16,000  pay  on la,_)cis,c.ii  heat  all   you  oil age  oi,, A-oil  NEW, CONVENIENT, NHA BUILT���Roomy house  fully modern on a quiet street convenient to amenities.  Delightfully planned, ideal for a large family. F.P..  $39,000.00 on terms.'  Well built, comfortable 0 T home on large highway  frontage. $14,500 on easy terms'. Adjacent acreage  available' for investmont',"$45007' '""'"' " ; ; ��� *���;>.*  K. BUTLER REALTY  .  LTD.  -ALLr  'TYHES-INSU'ltANeia-  GlbHoriH, B.C.  Pliono HHO-2000    '  Four-pjex or commercial lot in,the center ...p'j. Ihq yil:  Iqge, Sower available, $8800, *  Strategic    curnrncrcial    lots   on    highway,    95x150,  .-I.  M KM 13 Ell  MULTII'LE   blSTING  SlfilWlCIi"  :.<!  WANTIUD^-'Ai'I'ouho   wllh   or-  without    i.iuull    lioinc,    Full  di'liud:*,    pliuiHU,    lin.s    IIII    c/o  ~*~li(!N-   .110,    Punliirudu    TlmoH,  SoehPlI, ���     ��� ��� ��� UI'l-37'  T WOULD like lo ilinnk  I'rlcinlii loi' ihulr kind o.s-  IjroMHioiui , ill' H,Vllipi|ll),V, flow*  i'I'h, and dominium in lho IVC,  CuiKJur liihtiliiln, SpiRilid  -I'lTrnrlrK���tn���t:)r���MT(hR(Trrr~M-lT  itiuT Mi'H7 Phil HlovoiiHon, Mr;  nnd Mrn, lion Mrjiwun nnd  und .Miu   Vic  lllnl,   t>,  **lfl'*9i|-  'SltllVII "VViitoi'l'i'unl  nii In,     Clowor  liouso    I'or  Qur  ���'iilnl  Mi  ���Wynn-Hrarlloyr  immiiKJi' ���.���-homo, 11, bodrouhiH,  ini'Mo nl tic, I'li'oplaco; fit) I'I, on  blm'klnp   iiIho   lalio,   ulono   lo  T'VOTyririTTnT-iyiovq-r I ph t I n-, a 11 -  "('"ii in |j    airnlhii'o, Low clown'.  Ijuymunl,     try     yoiiiu     I'M1.  $11",11111)   tornm   to   mi'H   cloar  -tlrlw"i��iTrB'"��^iM��r-,--Hi'i*84-  JOHN BREEN LTD.  ci ulor I luilunir  Tcjl: Bt53-2/9'!  ,    l*M;NDER HARliOUR MARINA  -"���Goo(l'businosrproposirion*wltlTvvlnror*lncome"  riK|t,|iroa**chqngo"  -Jtiat   $60,000  I  dowp,  NI.AR  OCEANi  \l\  lojitV I  -Owner-  VY.lt 117-120,000  kiii' 200. Ii, 'fniiii.  Thh'"Mimi \nulc:i Iu��iil  lul  wulcr,   IJccniiilully  irrnit.���'-Wnlor' und r|iowor r.ivo  '" ��� '! '��� nbln "A vrry ijooil buy cil :.>/"J00,! "*   Ami m ��->?n.  -^WAil>llKI'KON,lwAeKlrAt)l?r--  100' wl,Hv,iv,.l.vk,,r.hiniijU..Giioil locul  RURAL���Modern 2 bedroom,  largo utility and  rec.  room;W-*W"carpels,   Large' lot.   F.P.- $22.900--willv  $8,000 clown,  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT -- Landscaped  acre with natural pond U5' level boach -3 bud room  homo, Fi'roplaGQ ahd v. w carpets. Ulillly room. Bring*  your offers "on $52,000 F, P.  GRANTH6MS LANDING3JPB.LAND RLN'IALS���  A good business ror someone,'Enquire for lull details',  TWO HOUSES on small acreage- on Lowor Road, One  ,2.bdrm,,...brand now, the ojhor,A _bdrm,..Is. Jor .roiilpl  revenue,  You can soo lho'ocean  loo,  See Ihlb,  lo  jlppjxiciflJjUl-i26JJfii '.   WATERFRONT is nol Iho only loaluro ol thl& 3 bdrm,  spacious homo, overlooking Howe Sound, a wall F.P,,  *nw'ios7**QlTTff  ,mako .lhls house on,Geargla..Halahla tloslrablo, F,P,  1MB,500 on $15,000 down,  "���.OAD-���-I aero cii iulviro aporlnionl property  looking ��� l-lowo    Sound,    hl/.o    IQO'x^O',    F P,  SCHOOL  ovorlooklnrj  $12,500  luii, Mnijni-  lici.'iil view, '..Kcollant vnluo at Ills'),000,  ',���'''-WI!EK^|v^:D"1:l1DI:AWAY'���''^,*  tt-  VIEW LOT  Splonclkl viuw ol llio Haibour���Wcilurcintl  -      Uil lino���H.P, V)li00.  powor lo  I Ni:i:i; LiiiTlNGS     .     ,  . CullJijinUuuiiuiiailJ il/.y.t.C.MlKiui:.)  m,9i,k.m. <Uw-JMfa*^4^i  -WATEKFRONT���'50-11,- ol-comm'orclal-lond ��� m-the--  ,, cent rooj Gibsons, roady.lor dovolopmunl or huklmg,*  F.P. $ll,0007Try $3,000clown oh lhls.  ROBERTS CKE^<^^"lTrSiT3r?ronl,  70'��I20',  ' llflhlly irotKl, accosn.'lo ocaqn, vory, i-lobhublu, |:;P,  ���}.b,ooo, * ������-.''- ,-���"    *.* .*..." ��������� .*��� .7- ...lf . ..,,,  \VAvri Ui-koNt ''"iL^in\VM"TJu"inTrT,'iTir iiiY)"'Ti:rry'yYM^mij,,:  ���|jcau l Uil LGQai.|:| I u.��,!.i.u l,tr.(t]uok,l��4tw.| mil \ I i-hj-mhUh \ H.fw*  llonuii-Hi ,I7P,, $1 1,1)00,  SHAW ROAD*1 Gibsons, lho lusl'lol  I know o| lor'  SUNS  "Ullir:  p'icati. :  sfc.no^!.  rn achi'"  pie b...  office  lief   writin.:    to     sunshine  Credit   l.'nion,   Box   375,  elt,* B.C    Position   open  in  An,.;ust.  Mirhine   oc-prations,   re-  ���!lor.     Applications     in  "Coasi  Seeh-  early  43-34  WOMAN    to   belp   with   cafe^,  and.   household    duties    for  room   and    board   and    small  wage.   Some   cafe   experience  necesM.ry-"'Ph-.  885^9311.   44-34  Fleetwood Logging Co, Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment  Transportation daily from  Port Ah .���Hon to camp and return. Interested parties ��� call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for Mr Nab Creek or w#ite to  Box lit). Port Mellon; B.C.-All  enquiries, a'flention Tony Dur-  alia D" olione 885-24-35, Attention  W.  Bradshaw.  ' '34  TYPEWRITERS,   addiirg  mac-   ,  hines, repairs and  sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn   . i_ _,   PEERL-ESS TREE'  SE'RVICES    .  Topping - falling danger trees  -  limbing -<$or view.  Prompt^ experienced,   insured  work.  -Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn   '  FURNACE    installations    and  burner    service.    Free    estimates.  Ph.  886-7111. 36-ti'n  4JYISTOGK    -\  HALF  Arab  Pinto  mare  with*^  papers,   Ex.   for   trail   rides;  good in games, beautiful.-Also-���  3/4 Arab yearling filly, papers,  beautiful and  friendly.  Phone  886-2717. 9-tfn ���  V2     ARAB,  . children's  Vz     pony    mare,  horse,   13   hands,  $125."% Arab filly, yearling,  grey, mature, $150. Ph. 886-  2051. 34-34  REGISTERED   quarter - horse'  mare.    Well    trained,    good  blood   line,   $300.   Phone   886-  2373. 75-34  REAL ESTATE  7   Box 769  SECHELT,  B.C.  ��� ESTATES LTD..,...^, 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR   WATERFRONT   LOTS,   VIEW   LOTS   AND  GOOD HOMES . ;'";' .  CALL SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND, 885-2241  DAVIES  BAY J/IEW  LOT  Ready to build on.  Lot 70*155.  Fully serviced.  Only a couple of  blocks to good beach. F.P. only $5,500.00. Call Len or Suzanne  Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  195'  OF CHOICE WATERFRONT  Very large private lot, nicely treed, with Arbutus, evergreens  and native junipers. Facing south. LOTS OF POTENTIAL.  Paved road and services. Great fishing area. Asking only $19,000.  One of a  kind.  Act  now.   Call  Suzanne Van  Egmond   885-2241  or   885-9683. '  INVESTMENT  ivcsl  now and  yet   good   returns.  5  acres  partially cleared  with  nail   dwelling   on   it.   For   only   $10,000.00,   terms.   Call   Len   or  Suzanne Van Egmond 885-224 I or 885-9683.  WATERFRONT HOME���HALFMOON  BAY  A real charming A frame. 2 Bedrooms. Bathroom. Office or den.  Nice compact kitchen. Built in stove. Nice bright dining area.  Wall to wall carpet. Fireplace, \_ basement. Protected moorage.  Southern exposure. Arbutus trees. Close to general store. Asking  only $35,000.00.  To view call  Suzanne Van  Egmond  885-2241  or   885-9683,  SELMA PARK  Lovely modern 3 bedroom home. 1380 sq. ft, With a nice stone  feature wall, ori large landscaped lot, stone retaining walls,  The most OUTSTANDING vlow, Only a couple blocks to beach,  Workshop 14x14, Asking only $29,900.00 Call Suzanne Van  Egmond 885-2241  or 885-9683.  WATERFRONT RESTAURANT  LICENSED BANQUET ROOM  Rcblaurdjil & Dining Room situated In lho heart of Socholt; overlooking Trail Bay, Lgvoly view lor dining ploasuro. Newly renovated business promises, licensed, wall equipped, Parcal of land  comprising' 2 lols; waiorfront 1007 200; sldo st, 100x125  ���.approx...Blclg,4..40x70;-Nowroof;**pliimblnorwlrlna;'1lvlno'*q  included, Polonlicil to gross $75,000 yearly solas, Owners operating rest au ran I section only, duo lo health, Ownora willing to consider all -offers,' Call Lon dr ��� Suzanne' Van Egmond 885-2241  or  885-9683 ovos,  READY TO MOVE INTO COUNTRY LIVING  ;i cholca acros, nicoly landi,capad, . car oaragq, Can bo royonuo  Modern,? bodrporn homo,' W/W carpel, largo kllchon, Silling on  producing 1152-sci, fh bullcllnrj ready for* finishing &*largo  healed building; plus loin ol oxiras, Musi hall���owners laavlno-  Iho country, Call loi nioio detail:.,, Su/.anno Van Eamoncl.  885-2241    or.. 88JJ.9683..      .  '��� $13,500 FULL PRICE* *  hochell  Village;   2  bodroomii,   kllchon,   living  room,  ullllly ancl  louiifky������ room, 'Carport', Walking distance lo' shops'and beach,1  ProHohlly renlod al  $100 por month, Toiinn, Call Jack or Stan  Ancloriion, 000-22/11 or ovos, 885-2305 or 885-2053,  HALFMOON BAY  �����'t ^��i090wLl'ii.flJ*',l*)E'''  ��� LQ.7wqlor.|.fOQ.|, Qkkjrjii  iipptfflWlippiBWlwi^^  pl.ng conlro, 800 fiq, It. nico tilzo fpr ivllrumoni, All  u.nowJiousQ-jQrP9,.F,R..41*6.pi90,wlih45,000 iluwn;      ;  with flroplaco  Ma 18, Uai'oo hunporch, onclouod hcroonii, l.ar..n kllchon wllh  cllnlng"aroa, noclroomti l*1x1o find l>lxl2,' Vahlly* bolh.'1 l.nrna  ulllliy laiindiy room, Auio, yil hoi waloi hocii, Thin ho|no could  Im . bodroulii wllh voiy lllllo olfml Gcuano 8, i,hop 20a32,  rpmonirll"nr,'Drlvi>way to bonrh (or boal Inunchlnn, Lot could  ho fiUbdlvldod, Room lor ..avoiiil uinlal bulldlnoH on properly,  ('���(irclnn, antl Icii.di.cni.o in uxcollonl r.nndition, P.P. $52,500; lormu  uvnllnlilo. Call Jack nr Sinn Andorhon, fl'"5-22^| or oyok,  ' 085:2053 or 085.2385,  .���.���If.   11^-i   1-'(��*�����*��� tl T  ',  SECHEUT INLET-7170' 'WATERFRONT  I,a, acron l"V��l Ir.uud pi��noity, Small mruan1!, Idoal ronorl nllo  londy for dovolopmonl, I-,P, $22,S00,00, linny lormu, Call Stan  Aiidoi^M H!'l>-2241 or dlriKit.^Ufl-.Uli-l-l, l;you, co||ac;|, Q0!3.2aQ!j, ���  "   :': ' '���- KOI3l:RTS CREIiK ' ���.,--., 77;,,  '!:iiii'Vli*acl viow Intnr Kr-dily inliinliT'|iii,'llll)i' I1  Coll li'ii'b'i-jr 'SU'ill'   Aiuldltion, JJtiyi, IIHb_,!.!-) I, bol,, HflS)-^J!i,} (.ij;_fl0li:4JUl��,  ^kkt^Mm��'*.mmmmmm4iv*mmtm��i44mmmm*4m94ii^^  '7 LISTINGS���WANTlp-  K.  A.   Cio;.by ,iiU6,?,UVU"-  J.",    '  ,    ;.    j, Vluwi  UULi-TiJUO  Whllu ' UU6-2,ArlLTsi  I^ImwwwJ^ 4m,  , VIILW RAVI'NlvLOT  Yi-.ii' Iol.ilHI . (illU(ill)l,, An(iii)>., , (inu uuio, L'iiiivIi.u, . Wuiil iSiit'linll  1.|(),LH)l), Tm mi,, Cull JncK in Si un Andnihiin llll!i.224l or uvu>.  , .   -      ���            dJBb..2,4J��b.��r. U0b-U0U3,    <* ���  ^���;;���v^������l;l^a��;���'Si'pga������^la^Ala^li^^i^,'  -m.���f.,.t|��0(N��,( H |WI f*r. ^  mA.  VOhlflV' Vlow   Ul,   Pully   wnvlcad, 'hloplnoi   Konio' truoH   Inti  cloarod' ,fnr btilldlnii, I1.!1, li^ftOO, Call Sinn nr Jack And��i'i����n  nOIi-22/l 1 i��p ovm., flnB.205.1 ��r 0BS.23B!),,  I ltli.||   niiw  lul. I-.I', !|>  I      '  SELMA PARK  indium!!, r''iilidiii.|..,  nl'H.llli,  liilliiiri.,  Cli'iimd,   Iihimi  iji.'Ahii AihImi'.oh Mil!   Illi'i '.'Ml!  J.hlllJ. Cull Jin I, pi/Ami AihImi'.ou Mll!i :\_i\\-f i.vuii,   i.'i.i/jriiii'i :',iM��i.'  PENDER HARBOUR and E  MADEIRA- PARK  .v.~..  ��-4  Builf 1965. this 2 BR home has basement with space for extra  bedrooms or rec room, electric heat, landscaped lot with fruit  trees. A few hundred ft. to school   stores ond  marina.  $32,000.  BARGAIN  HARBOUR WATERFRONT *  400'   waterfront���attractively   landscaped,    has   60'xl2'   deluxe  TinobTle l^troi^^  v ways. $45,000.  RUBY "LAKE COTTAGE  Semi-furnished,   water   <ind    hydro.    119'    waterfront   and   float.  $21,000.  157 ACRES_WITH TIMBck  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.  WATERFRQNT ACREAGE���EGMONT  Over  7  acres,  approx.   560"  waterfront.   A  good  portion  is  level  and   would   be   an   excellent   location   for   a   mobile   home   park.  Paved   Maple   Road   runs  through   property.   Full   price   $50,000  with $25,000 down.  GARDEN  BAY WATERFRONT  *4\  On  125 ft. choice waterfront, this  1,700 sq. ft. 3 BR home was  built   in    1970,   has   built-in   dishwasher,   shag   carpets,   granite  fireplace,   circular staircase,   sundeck,   paved  driveway,   etc.,   etc.  Priced at $39,000. ������  - ^  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots from $8,000 to $13,000.. View lot from $4,500.  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx, 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.   101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres, nicely  troed  land with approx.   350'  Choice Water-  ti ont. Asking $40,000.00.  VIEW HOME ON   12 ACRES  1460   sq.   ft.,   2   BR   well   built   home   with   basement.   Revenue  possibilities  from  older  buildings  on  property.   Asking   $39,750.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to $6,000 with good terms.  WATERFRONT LOTS  ���75 ft.   $16,500      - 90 ft. ._  $18,500  135 ft  $19,000 88 ft   $18,500  25.0 ft. lease lot���$12,000  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  Madeira   Park-^-Gently   sloping,   nicely   treed   lot.   $6J50C|   cash,  4 B.R. VIEW HOME  Near Madeira Park, and on large view lot. Oil furnace, balcony,  immediate possession. $14,700.  WATERFRONT SECLUSION  150 ft. choice waterfront on  Francis Peninsula,  over  half aero,  ,   with one room cabin, $18,000,  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On  approx,   %   acre  level   lot  near Madeira   Park.   Has electric  heating, flroplaco, storage and carport.. Full prlce$21(000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  ONE.THIRD OF FISHER ISLAND  350' watorlront, Famous Loo Bay, Pondor Harbour,  Bost salmon  fishing aroa. lixcollcnt moorago for largo boat, P..P. $16,500 with  Ms cash.  i*.4aL^-tf^u.^i..L,.^v^.-.B^^^J^.-.^^,-^->.^j-^im^l^vVrki..--^rr.r^.;if^r-^��h.r^.��.D..,^--rf4.u,..^M-u^?..j.i-.l^f '," ,-Li. ,.!.., . -.i.^." ii t^l^l.rlJ^rji &iittiri.-,,-^^flL^r. ��i. &^i<te.._i_t____^&,*!*���t:rtir^i:#-.iltow���..XI_..i��-.toti'*.-.j,.} it*  ,EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice vluw  lots pn 72  lot subdivision,   Prlco;,  fiom  $5,000  lo  $9,000, Soma cloarod ready for building,  acreage With waTerfront-~.$45,ooo "  Appro��, 550 fl. waiorfront wllh nearly 10 acros of real nlca land,  fruli lroos,.,flrasa,arild.,nat'ura|,Jro1c5.,���Oldor,.hou5Q--rCould bo mado  ���    livable, And coMlcbposslbly bo dlvlclodlnto 4 parcols, ������   -, "  "���-      approx,^75^t7av^erfront  Gardun |3ay���oyer one acre, Deep, sheltered mooraaq, Full price  ������".���"   ! v.....   $26,000,with' $13,000 down,'   '     "  NEAR MADe"|RA PARK  3 BR {.plll lavol on'Hwy, 101'^noorly*"."acros'. 150'"'Wolaffront;  Good lam|ly homo with qoocl aardanlng aroa, Priced al $32,000,  ���VYATERFRONT"eOTTAGE"'~"^^  90 ft, waiorfront an Pranclii Penlni-ula, vlow of Malatiplna Slralla(  '"Willi 1 bqdibom' year"roiiiid' coltooo,' Asklria pried ^28,000 with  $0,000 down   Lag6on~r6ad  . very ijnod bulldlnib l����l��. Easy walking dlalnnro lo iichoul and  tilbiou nt Madeira Pork. $6,000 oach~--$ 1,000 down.  ��� v-1"* ���'���'- IRVINE'StItANDIng---���-.-  3  hoimoH ovorlookino  Uoo  Uay. and oloito lo  Marina,  Prlcod  at  1    $13,000, $15,000 and $25,000,  GROUP INVESTMENT  "D.I., "'40'i)5''hd'. "*1 ��J<i off foil," noddy   |   mllo of ciood wol'inlrunl,  ,.,So''v��'i'a|,'iJiovd|.',hop,clia,.( ciook, 3 tiogd bldfih,. pluu moichuiltabU)  i]ii^iii(i|jlll'j��l!ii'i'^rj||(]|i| hii)ii|i InvoMiniJiil, l-hlbO.ODI',     ,  "~ -GARDEN I3AV  TtUraTuvTv, BinK-iinoTTrirt^^  iiiilldin:!-.,   Vmy   Initio   IhiikiiiioiiI   wllh   nil|>ni|.   i,|iu|>   f,(nic.n,   -nc,  ujuin   und   uhlia , ll\.,. ,l3u(,uilllully   lundtiuipud   wllli   lii.lipund,  $35,000,  ^M'fiivyrAiho^viowrjonCwoiorfrdnulotaJnah^ciW  REALTY HD,  ' ��� MaUoIra, Paris ���P.C  ���'" Phnnn��� I'nndor��� Mnihnur nn37?nn-  ._  _s  %  ���i  i  ..-:,!,.:-���.  ��,   4  '( .*/. *,,4    4   ��t  .     if    ,   /  >    .    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WINDSOR   20. Ontario:
li"!J7L   m"   s;dLWl'lk   i>iS-v?,c-        GOOD  HEALTH   FOOD
preleraMy     w i t h     training c-r^nr
v.'lueJs.   Phone   8«K-2f>44. , b I OKb
49-34     Sechelt I58,r)-90(i3
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i7..   .:__., Sechelt,"Tnj.
THREE-quarter   Arab   24   vr.
stallion,    $250.    H..17   Dats'un
-JJltliLfit'dan, p.i.oil-i nnnin-*, ro*i-
dition,   newly   painted    i'nodtp
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l-m-y.   ■ Tu4keiH-    liea-dei';
Ho'blV.tt.   Lord   of    ih'.'    II
Woodsmen   of   the AVest..
pie    of    tbe    Deer   and    i
more.   Plus   tremendous   r
lion   of Canadian^.   Drop
News   Books   &   Stationer,
the  Times  office.   Sechelt
8S93-tfn ' mother   and   paps,    i27   each.
at nrDuT,177 7— '■-•'■''     Fieetwiiri.'l      hlack     an,I
AI.DERWOOD,   cut   to   order, whitP TV  $f,u   Monarch \\7it.--r
I'll,,:,,-  h'.!i.-,-2',.l)4   if   no   reply pnrnp   and   motor   $'.1A' 4   eie-
phone   t:;-:r.-93'.'i;.             8637-tfn mr-nt rarwe $p.n   Kitchen table
ci'.p.,,     "'                      """"* and   4   chairs   $°.f..   f'hiklren'.*;
...SLLMI)   y.Mir dimmer   profit- ■■pwt_HtWf_  ^^^.^
al'ly  with   tho  hep  ol   of,,H ai.ti_.|PR..   offers   will   be
l.oiiks   I mm   News,   Books   and
Estate of 'Marian FET.iMi:
deceased, late ol _<>< i--"i
Sechelt,    B.C.
19(i9 PONTIAC Safari Station
-Wa-gem—Dc4ti vo—rrl 1—prnvct^in -
eluding windows, tinted glHss-
ail around, eight track stereo,
two way tail gate, low mileage. This vehicle is in absolutely f 1 aw 1 o s s condition.
-Priced at ouly^ $2.(100.00. Finn,
no ol'IVrs. I'l7 K;-5:'.-;!4:W after
<i   pt". 917,7 t l'n.
lilt;:: CHEV Cnrvair ?. donr se-
** dan, .'Mind e. unlit u-n $2.70.
Phone    J*;;..'", 9:\.7   alter   fi ' p.mi.
- r.r. :u
19r.3   EOHI)    ■-,    ton    pi, k u"p.
(..•ml    iiinniii!-,   (irdci*.    Tires
poor.    Closest     offer    tn    S200.
Phono  rSHri-9l',01. (',7-3-1
Stat inncry; Kerh ell.      " "Ctond"
l-'oocl Nalurally $3.95; Pacific
Ha rd nn- -(revised) .S4.50; Grow
It and Cook It. $1.25. Sunset
Hobby Books in abundance,
82.50. Good—ctiTrcfren's ""paperbacks just 50c. Learning With
Mother Ladybird series. 69c.
Good selection of Canadiana
and Government handbooks.
.Phone  385-9054. 25-34
Paint— Fibreglass-— Hope—
Canvas---Boat   Hardware
Compressed   air  service
(1971)  LTD.'
Phone   KM;-!,,3.13.   Gibsons,   B.C.
I..'*1)    IKlDCK   Seneca.    F.xeel-
Viil -niiMiir, $100.   Plume  ,5!t(>-
:727. 403-35
1-971    YAMAHA    00,    $225    or
best   of for.   Phono   t',35-9l-)75.
sjdei-cHl,  Phpi)c«8R(»:
xJOLLY    Jumper    and    round
baby    walker    $10.    Ladies
diamond   ring   $G0.   Cost   $150,
TTave~~rGceipt.   Phone   835-9801/
DRY type - Soft drink cooler.
Phone   886-7453. 8183-34
CARTOP roof rack, all fiberglass, large cargo space,
built-in gas tank. Fits 19.60-65
Chev or CMC pick-up. 885-
2842. " 68-34
1 DOUBLE bed and mattress.
$15. One C. war .old size
crib, $10. 1 G.E." floor po-isher.
vorv good condition, $50. Ph.
885'2364. 33-34
CONSOL tabic ev. cond. $50.
CMiisholine original radio <!v
phonograph cmnb, .cabinet,
model $50. Two antique copper tubs $15 each.'Pboni* 8f?Ki-
9544. 42-34
Creditors and others ha\ i*':.
Vjairns against the said.. .ev.,no
ai'e luM-eby rec|ii(rc>d lo si
them dulv verified, to 'he
rard Street. Vancouver.!, B C,
berore tlie 9th day 'of Augu-i.
1972, after w-Mch* date  lire a~-
per  gallon   mileage.   NeiT King   c^id    up at Standard Motors are some of
in   Hi?    r.iifiiaby-l'otiuitiain,    IW.   70  miles on  I:■(',") gallons  in hi^ flhe   sleek   high   powered   Corvettes.
Sport  Asroc.ation  Rally  held    .Toyota   T'cn-ona   but   a   V'olkswagetW-Careful  driving  and  going  easy  on
'.  Co'-vo'lo Club was wc
?<*lo.i      in   in;
I   So     **'
sets of the said Estate will iv
distributed, having regard mi'y
to clainis that ha\'e been rc-
9148-pub.   June  28.  .Inly   5.   12.
19;   1972,
h*; ,l ;:'it.:-:day  w'th drivers jtrying ev
c:y Irlclvin the book.to get, maximum
was  expected to beat this.  Gassing    the gas pedal was the challenge.
11)64 HEAUMOMMt-'-ryb, 2 dr.
sedan.   Auto,   custom   radio,
luggage   rack.   Superior  condition.  885-9762. (i'i-34
1962   FORD   pick-up   for   sale.
.Phono   885-2183. 47-34
1908   M.G.   -   B.   Wire   wheels,
pondoue   cover.   Good    condition.   For sale.   Phone   Brian
al   -.85-941(1. 46-34
1961   Hll/LMAN  four dooT.   for
sale,    fair    condition.     Phone
r,Kii-7092. 43-3-1
1971   SATF.LiTP.   Sebring.   12.-
000   miles.   e\"C(>l!enl   shape.
Phone    !-;:;5-2'1.84. -15 36
FOli SALK     1963  Alpine Sunbeam      cnnverl ible.      P.rand
new   radial   I ires,  $(i!>0.   Phone
880-2051. 35-34
BFATTY   washer,   spin   dryer.
Looks   and   runs   like   new.
$100 or best  offer. Phone 835-
9339. ' 58-36
iU-iO-34, '2 WORKSHOP cupfwa-rdfr-an-d-
2    locker    type    cupboards,
rom $5 up. 886-2352 evenings.
40 hp Mercury outboard with
contro's $315
15' Chris Craft .Cathedral with
50  hp elec. outboard $1395
5 cu-"ft. Refrigerator, demonstrator.   110   volt $99
■I'  hp   Fvinrude,   as   new   $190
I960 F.vinrudo outboard. 100
h.p w.ith controls,, just, re-
ccnditiiined $795
COMPLETE     beauty     shop
equipment.   Good   condition,
reasonably   priced.   883-2533.
5  SHEETS   Vi" wallboard.  4'x
107 886-2141, "' 00-34
1970   HONDA,   750   cc.   Excell.
condition,  7,000 miles $1,450.
Fur    quick    sale.    886-7204   or
886-2078   after   5:30   p.m.
Ponder' llai hour
Phone   iiJi3-226(i
TV,    ALSO    near    new    crib
mattress.     Double    bed    and
mattress.  886-2441. 74 34
15 FOOT Travel Trailer,  12 ft.
moulded   plywood   boat    for
sale.  Phone  833-2252.        40-34
Member of the Multiple Listing  Service
Office 885-2235
From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012
Modern 2 bedroom home with well landscaped grounds on quiet
residential street. Has revenue from 1 bedroom suite in basement,
fully self contained and furnished. Cable T.V. up ancl clown
requires $13,000 down and a balance of $167 per month on
F.P.   $32,500.00.  CALL BOB  KENT 885-9461   eves,
WATFRFRONT HOMES--3 CHOICES—No's 2623, 2581, 2584
While il lasts your choice ol THREE Waterfront homos, different
locations, views and prices, bom $25,500 lo $29,500, wiih terms,
I can recommend any ot those-(hroo, each has own special lea-
lures Lei any ol our sales slab help you to select ono. 2 and 3
bedrooms, I'a, 2 nnd 7 miles bom Villnar. Call PITER SMITH
■" 885-9463'ovos;v=''--'■"'""",::"-•'-■■'■--*-v-:,*•;-" ..■•■■.•.T..„4,.-,...,. -,:-—,■,,,,
ON4§--year   old   ducks,   cross
Peking     and     Mallards,     3
males   and   3   females.   Phone'
885-2353. 41-34
RUBBER   stamps^ of   all   des-
eriptions   may   be   obtained
■at The Times.. Phone 885-9654.
Quick service on- all orders.
Sunshine Coast
There are only, eighteen lots
available . in    Re d roofs.
Only  eighteen  opportunities
for   some   lucky   family   n>
find    (he    perfect    summer
Redroofs    P slates    is    two
hours away from the city in
a    beautiful    wooded    area
dial's close lo I lie water.
The   lots   are   I a rue.   every-
lliiim is neiir. and prices start
as low as $J2M) willi $325
Phone today.
683-8411 (24 hours)
No, 2520
-Three* rental - cot logos-In - cjoocl fishing area, Groat potent N. <"L .
multiple} clwellint} In  luluro,  Hydio,  phone and wnlor  In. CALL:
JACK WARN 886-2681   ovosk ^_
GIBSONS. ki ,    ,    No, 2539
Complete  privacy,   Outstandlnrj   vlow,   Now  two  bedroom  homo,
""fully W
dock Fullv oloclrlc lour piece Delta I ml broom IlKluros. Basement
wllh gracla, onlrqnco. Ipr .sloraop, ..l-ovol parklnriRpaco Concroto
nopllc tnnk and lame"llolrl, Full mice $22 000 lorm4, Vendor
anxious lo soil, CALL; C, R, GATIOCOI.E 886 7015 ovos,
3 bedroom valuo-lor your monoy homo, Situalocl to lako advantarjo
o( y|ow up f'oipoiso bay ond low level access lo boot Inn, Colonial
slylo frcliil, fuH'bnsoinonb on millo plmnblnn, 2 llreplocos, panolacl'
1 fonliiro walk.', w/w cnrnollnn.■ --cinto. oil hoal and hoi water, Undor-
* ()round noroo,., oil QUALITY CONSTRUCTION, Rill prlco
1,39,500 00 wilh nl leicl 1.10,00" 00 lo hnqdle CALL: 11011
KENT B8!"-946l ovoi.
GARDEN BEAUTIRS-.-Z.CHOICnS,... Np,'> 9356 and 259B
Each 2 bodrnom,' fireplace  over 1 arm, ancl nonr 6 ncrnti, prlmo
lor dovoloplnn,  PIKoronl  localities closo lo hnochon,  dloros, yol    ,
offorlnn privacy nnd'irnoa^Ollorvonrl■ lormT™"?(kl!°(*'.S1'#,",'"
prlco., nf $27,000 end $33,000, C<v.h lolUt.. CALL: PETtR SMITH
00^ 9/163 ove'-i, __   __  ^
 pratt'road ' , ' '. " n"""'Nn;*?.P21	
Pliiononl larmlna aroa, good fioll,»roalonnl walor, ll,.* nc, zonod
WARN 0fl6-?.6fll, ___^   ^
60 fl  iloiiiliVian" lodSa"Wcitorfrnnl-lotr2*hprironmr-fijlly-insnlaiof,-
yonr rniinrJ';hnmorHn^doallC'hldo^wQy^olllnol«PJ.ai,i,.|oyoL.groundj
Smnll oardon (iron fiullnbln Inr riMlrrimanl, Homo Ih compacl
c.iMom'|ilnnno«l l» uilli/o nil "l«"-«- Wnl«r rnlo-; only . 2J) 00
annum, '.w.M.piim pni.uininlc vlow CALL HOH KI.MI BRb 94A1
ovon, '
A [<y\. AND ? ACKF PAUC.r.l,*' No. 2ol0
. Vlow Inn, 2 pblcntlol vlow, 'oil wllhin 8 Inlniiip.drlvo in Vlllono, '
prlcod Irum 1.15,0-00 l» $'6,000 loin.-i oil.     II"' 2 ncro wuu.lod
parco h miclUil/lKit InVao one. Iwlroom cabin, dxcollont■■jummur
\m. or Improvo lu yonr around. Hydro and phono! base bimltih.
Iiio'i   Firm "nrlco  $11,7*00 00  wllh  half  cnnh,- ■ CALLi- PE1EU
'SMITH 0B5.9.463 'W*-*.;^.^.^..^^^ '-,.   7„ .  .'    .7
I IIUlXRnST AVR—-ClinSONS '    >•«       vlw.,.;^ir-..w.No1Ui2BB9
.Kwnny lomily hoino qlqno.,lo nil cnnimunliy fncllltloT nncl imnn-
— nnrt o I Inn —--TI ii'(io« I 'ocli titit ntt-^l I ii OUloll ~llQ 11 .-~l.l ll 17- U LlCO^^-rYi/li w' <Vu W M.^,
\.!vm!CALLi JACK WARN iU*6.2oBI,
Multiple Listings Service Box 238, Gibsons
GIBSONS: 3 B.R. home, large L.R. with unique fireplace, D.R.'and well designed kitchen, Handy In
shopping, schools and theatre. Nearly V? acre corner
lot. Home also contains a one B.R, self. .contained
furnished suite. Stove, frig, -freezer and drapes are In
:,remain.with house.XP.-,,$4l-,000.wiHrrpnly7|" 15,000	
' clown. An excellent home AND revenue too.
GIBSONS RURAL: A short distance from.Gibsons, 3
level lots, previously cleared, now lightly overgrown.
Each lot is 63x264 ft, All lots front on paved road,
These lots are a good holding investment, F,P. $3,000
ROB£RTS*CREEK: A 3'4 acre, .level lot, on quiet
secluded street, Close'"'-to"' sandy boach, Community
water connection in, Potential view. F.P. $6,000,
Easy terms.
building lots,, close to good swimming boach, On
paved rood, wator connbctlon, phono anc\ Hydro available, Lots havo boon sol.Kllvcly cleared. F,P, $5,600
each.   '    7     '   '
SOAMES POINT: 3 bedroom homo, wllh panoramic
vlow, on Marino Drive, Very closo to an excellent
beach :and handy to Longdate .porry, IMowly decorated
Interior.   A, O  heal',  A/E   hot  water,   220  wiling.
J M/YiED I ATE qccupancy, A pleasgnt' .f arfftJDf?, h.9.n)9 '.'?
a,, good aroa, An oxcollbnt buy al $15,500, Of (cm r.
Box 153,'Socholf   f     ' Phono 005-2235
Or Call Toll Froo from th'o Groalor Vancouvor Aroa
- ' ,':,;.ZRrtiih 201?. ; •■
.....       ..    .,.  ',,. (R.&O.E.)..  *-..' ,.  ,' *.
ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2;60 Acros of vory attractive, lovol land, woll troocl,* Has 200 ft, frontafio
on pavocl,road, Hydro, phono and community walor
all availablo..Potential»vlow property,..Only a -short
dlf-ijanco from boach, Zoned Rosldonllal, F,P. $14,0^)0
on, Lowqr Road, from $3,500 up, B,T.,ickkI u'ntl /ill
utilities. • '      ■     ■
GIBSONS—HIUCREST AVE,: Brand now homo on a
choice'vlow parMIko loti Owner will finish and paint'
to purchasers tasto, 7,7     , '-77'....2,. 7'
' GIPSONS l!R: WATERFRONT^Vory fioclticldcl oxoci
scapod lot fronted by safa sandy boach,
v,   .
HOPKINS LDG.j Vory attractive two bod, homo with
basement on lovoly vlow, lot .Now' shag carpets otc. All...„
Member Vancouver Real Estate Board
Phono 886-2248 . ■       Notary Pnbllc
Vlnco Prewar,, 886-9358 - Wally Peterson, 886-2877
Ron McSavanay,; 886-9656
, ,, , "    '   ;Dok ,23p, Glbfions, B,C.    7.  ",.
Residential  -  Commercial  -  Recreational
All  types of real  estate financing including builders
loans.   Fast  appraisal  service.
Phane 926-3256
Two parcels on-N.W. end of Sakinaw Lake.  12 acres;
$20,000 per parcel.  Phone  112-254-1060.
% Write: Advertiser, c o Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.
LIKE A  PARK:  Here's a perfect spot for retirement
... A lot right on Oyster Lagoon. It's $6,000 ask with
$1,000 down.
WATFRFRONT:   100' frontage. Lot is level vvith tall
trees  &   Southern .exposure  on   Bargain   Harbour. .A
honey at $13,000.
WATFRFRONT:  (JUST LISTFD)  Extra large lot with
protected  moorage  and   sunnv  exposure.   Old   home
with  large  rooms   is   included.  This   just  won't   last
■. al $.25,000 ... TERMS'
WATERFRONT RESORT—MARINA SITE: 270' protected moorage on over 4 acres at Madeira Park. Has
been selectively cleared for camp sites & buildings.
$50,000 (JUST LISTED)..
Call  Jock  Hermon  at  Pender  Harbour
-   (883-2745)* 24 hours .
Students ot secondary schools throughout British
Columbia were recently given lhe opportunity lo express
their views on the abuse ot drugs and alcohol. This was
done through an advertising contest sponsored by lhe
Provincial Government's Council on Drugs, Alcohol and
Tobacco. Below is Ihe winning adveilisc-ment in the. al.--
qoiy ol alcohol abuse, as r.elecled by a student pan*-1 of
judges. A $1000 cash pii/e, for use by their school, Hugh
MeRoberls Jr. .Secondary .School, Richmond, was le-
ceiyed by Heather Middlemass, Maury Peterinan .iiul
Christine Middlemass, the team which created tho
»W»#t^*i**»«i«|W ^v  V  \-~  _.  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July  19,  1972     -  2*_ . _  M O ft E     A B O. U I     .  . \  ��� Foreshore lease transfer  �� �� ���from page A-l  of the meeting, it. is planned to submit a  letter of  the findings to the Board.  Letter from the Deputy Minister read  at  lust  Board meeting stated:  x Acknowledgment is m^de of your letter of June 15, 1972 registering an objec- "  tion to the assignment of Lease No.  23828 to the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club  and your concern with the use oj' this  foreshore in Secret Cove by the Yacht  Club.  This Department approved a foreshore  lease covering  Lot 3215  which  is   in  the  long aim at   the southeast end of Secret  Cove,   for   boat   docking   purposes.   More  recently the Royal Vancou-ver Yacht Club  made   application   in   the   small   arm   of  Secret \ Cove  which   lies   to ,the   north  of  Lots 4551  and 4552 for a fbreshore lease  area  for boat  moorage  purposes. As you  are  aware  there   was  considerable   oppo-  sition   to   this   application    frdm   nearby  property owners and also from the owner  of- the marina who is in business in this  small   cove.   The   members   of  the   "V^c-rd  Club making this application were aware  of   this   opposition   and   they   approached  the  Department   to  discuss   the  situation  and   it   was   suggested   to   them   that   inasmuch as their application was positioned   in   a   relatively   small   and   somewhat  congested    arm   of   Secret   Cov.e    where  there was  a   lesser   tidal   flushing   action  daily than was to be found in  the more  easterly  and  much  larger  arm  of Secret  Cove,   perhaps     the   Yacht   Club   could  make   some   arrangement   with   Mr.   Gibson   which   would   permit   club   members  lo   make   use   of   Lot   3215.   The * Yacht  Club members apparently considered this  suggestion   and   decided   to   act   upon   it  and   the .r.esntt-ts   that   the   Department  has assigned Lot 3215 lo the name of the  Koyal  Vancouver   Yacht   Club.   The   foreshore  application   which   the   Club   made  in   Ihe  smaller  arm   of   Secret  Cove   has  been   withdrawn.  The application of Mr. Gibson for the  area now surveyed as Lot 3215 for boat  docking purposes was referred lo your  Regional District for comment and as  your file will indicate your District had  no objection to the application. I would  respectfully point out that in assigning  this lease from Mr. Gibson to the Yacht  Club that there has been no change in  the purpose and the use remains the  same, as approved by your Board. The  reference to the objection which is made  in the third paragraph of your letter  refers to the application of the Yacht  Club to apply for a lease in the small  arm of Secret Cove, this being the application which has now been withdrawn.  When this Department was dealing  with the application in the small cove  area the Yacht Club wrote the Department and commented upon the fact that  your District had apparently advised the  Club that at a Regional meeting discussion indicated 12 letters had been received ��� ll lor and U against the application. At this time the Club' advised the  \)i'piir,iiu'nt lhat they were very con-  scion.--, of Hie p.-s.-'ils-ilily of pollution and  said that iu connection wiih tlicit- other  stations Ihcy had provided shore toilet  facilities and Ihal Ibis would be their  intention in this case. We feel sure that  this situation will prevail in this case  and thut the Club will -icld the same  thing In the larger arm of Secret Cove.  We have noted that you anticipate that  there will be a "high concentration of  huge craft moored in the narrow arm",  however we would respectfully .suggest  to you that Hie size ol Lot 3215 will in  itself limit the number of boats which  ���������; etui* bo* bei-fhecl-'cur: IjilM- leufiolvojclv: "������-'��� "  X   ���  X  Boating, enthusiasls  on European cruise  NOT yet caught up on his sleep after returning, to Sechelt from^Eui'ope by jet,  Mr, Gordon Hall received a warm welcome home when he was one of the ^volunteer firemen called. out by three alarms  on  Saturday  morning.  Checking on details'-of the fire, it was  discovered that Mr. Hall has had a very  interesting time, ��te and' Mr. Norman  Johnson of Gibsons had flown to Finland  to ^iek.- up -Mr. Johnson's new 35_. foot  motor-sailer -built in   Finland.  With Mr. Hall as navigator the vessel  christened "Canuck" navigated the Baltic  Sea,   the   Kiel   Canal   and  cruised   off  jlwyillllWIIWIIIWIIUIIIIIiyillllWIIHIIIIIIIWWIIWMIiMMWIWIW^  \  Lee  Ann's  GIFT  SHOP  Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2698  ������     -^Ci-ysraT  "*^Limogcsr   *   English   Bone  China  Pauline Johnson and Welch's Candies--  *   Hand  Made  Arts  and  Crafts  *   Cards  and  Gift* Wrap  wiMywiyyyyiiiiMliywwiwwwiliMyMlHlMilMywMMiwiMwlww.  the coast ot Ho land and Belgium before  crossing over to England and up the  Thames to tie, up just 200 yards from  Tower Bridge.  Levin-g Mr. Johnson with his new vessel,   MrV'Hall   flew "back   to   Vancouver.  The Canuck should arrive in Gibsons  in  about  one  year's  time for Mr.  John-  TOTEM  CLUB  son plans to make a leisurely cruise  through the French Canals tovthe Mediterranean, across the Atlantic to the  Caribbean, through the Panama Canal  and up the West Coast to eventually arrive in Gibsons.  Jackpot $300  $75 TO  GO  ir   DOOR   PRIZE   *  *^^�����.wH**����gMf*^���w*#<��^��^wwii��%��m#i��mwijwMi#w���-�����**��w^^"  Vjse^imes Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  Contemplation  Gerhard   Juchum's    of "The Spear Fisherman" and "The  Lovers'- both donated to and rejected  by Vancouver Parks Board. The first  now stands guard over the harbour  at Port Hardy and the other has been  accepted at Port Alice on Vancouver Island.  Romanian   born  first sculpture to arrive on the Suhshine Coast is attracting a lot of  attention in the garden of West Sechelt resident Mr. George Sim. Model for the sculpture was Mr. Sim's  son Bill. Mr. Juchum is the creator  Romanian born . . .  Controversial sculptor  gains local recognition  Miin.y people feel "guilly" about things  Ihcy slum Id n't fool 'gull ly about; fir order"  to .shut out feelings of guilt about things  they should feel guilty about.  THIRD  ANNUAL  GARDEN statuary on the Sechelt Peninsula is not uncommon but usually  lakes the form of gnomes, little animals,  or fountains. West Sechelt came up with  something a little different when Mr.  Bill Sim commissioned a sculpture of  I i i m ,'s (��� 11' lor his parents Mr. and Mrs.  Cicurge  Siiii   of  Wesl   Sechelt.  The figure of a young man seated in  (|iiiet contemplation is fashioned from  reinforced black concrete' by lhe .M-youi'  old Romanian born sculptor who made  the daily press headlines when he donated two of his .sculptures to the city ot  Vancouver.  Recently featured in "Spotlight" Mr.  Juchum who now has more work than  he c'an handle said he does* not sculpt  for li living but rather for the art of il,  .,, lie,, already.,, hu.,.��������.,.'. u,1 l,-ti,me,,job,.and,, hii-.,,  ' sculptures arc just a 'hobby. His work has  been exhibited at Meduiseh (Romania).  Berlin, I'Yankfui't and Gicsisc^ us well as,  in his 'new home, Vancouver whore ion of  his pieces were displayed through lho  courtesy of the Playhouse Thealre Company,  .�����..,*,CI(iiiiiiiig4��,ihiit-l.lu)-.iiuKlui,iv*-c)rii-is��'()\'(!i'"  mul done, lhe sculptor boheves thai pimple  uxpucl   nun I plu io   lo  be   real,   lioniifjl  and 'i'oTloi,-!  the' world lis It caiV be seen  anil  touched,  Speaking   about   some   puople's   reac  tion to nude figures. Mr. Juchum says  "It is unfortunate that a child's first  experience with the .nude is generally  through   pornography,  not  as  art".  Besides being an artist, Mr. Juchum  who served apprenticeship under scul-  pliesN Trude Vandory, is a graduate of  the University of (hesscn, Wesl Germany and majored in Biology, Chemistry, Zoology and Science at. the Justus  Lieb'ig University. lie came to Vancouver in October lOltti and since that time  'has  created  sixty-two  major' pieces.  The two statues' donated...U> lhe City  ol' Vancouver were not accepted but were  accepted at Port Hardy and Port Alice on  Vancouver   Island.  Huntingregulations  synopsis ready soon  DR. J. Hatter, Director, Fish and Wildlife  Branch, announced today that the  1972 Hunting Regulations synopsis is in  final printing and should be . available  from all government agents and licence  issuers throughout the province in the  next   few  days  .  The format of the regulations synopsis has been radically revised to simplify ils use. Regulations and other related  information are grouped according to area  to minimize confusion between the nine  Fish and Wildlife Branch regions: a *de-  tailed regional map is included in each.  "It was our intention to make the summary both easier to use and suitable  for the more detailed management plans  expected in the near future", said Dr.  Hatter.  Every   society   honors   its     live   con  forniists ancl ils dead troublemakers.  JOHNSON  Outboard           Sales & Service   OMC Parts and Accessories  885-2812  Seehelt Home Service  Box 636  f " '     Sunshine Coast'" Hwy,  Secholt, B.C,  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  WEST SECHELT  Now Accepting  Reservations  ^��l" :rSECl-UDED LOCATION ��� r< '  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD * - "WEST SECHELT  next to school  885-2375  ,li.,iu)>.l.ir u*y I-*��<f-��.il����:i$:f *ifi*ie- ft���. *m>  ��*W��^W^W��f����t^WClwWffi4(*1^  '       I  imtiwwn^MwmMMi  Garden Bay Road  Pender Harbour,  _ Jrf Jyerofs .  Sat., July 29   l.l;00...q.m.   kSiv-Evernts-  Suinu, July 30  10i30 a.m.  Gold Cup Jumping  Cnlt^Riding*  Stoor Riding  Western Games  BARN DANCE  Saturday, 9 p.m.  ^mwtwmt*.'<iwim��*iM<'m*i��M*>m��tii!t9'i>r#4+t*.  7    "M'li'A'l.UMtNG'  The ��  ^Ww ^kflr ^ fl ^| Pi P R WW n Pf ^4t PI W ^f H   ^4dF 4)0  ,7..  |"or Inlormallon contact  Donna' Sherwood,  197QQ-55A Ave, Lanfjlay, ,U.C\   Phono  112-534.8079   '' *" R.C.W.H.A   A|��|*ioy��<I ' - ~{  mmmm  AUTHORIZED  DEALER  nr.vji*, .7*7  TRAIL BAY  HARDWARE  LTD.  Trail  Bay Centre,  Sochelt Phono 885^828  CE SALE  PRICES-EFFECTIVE*NOW-UNTimui:Y"*29*  |ftflflWMVWf|MWW^WWyW<IW^  HUNDREDS  OF  COLORS  TO CHOOSE  FROM .  INTERIOR LATEX FLAT  GALLONS  R��fl, $10,25  QUARTS���  Ron. $3.30  SALE/anch 7  INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL  '   Ron, $11,25 .,.'.���...���..,..,, SAkE, Qofl������7DP;  ..QUARTS��� '���  '    f%   mOk\  Rofl. $3,50  , ���.  SALE, oacli <���*����� / *  Parkay, 2 Ib.  TOMATOES H��*ts,i4o,..   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SAU, cudi *�����;** ^  w,s" ���-    -:-���-.���.-. j,..2.79:  1"^). $3.60  !���"���', ,7 SAkC, 'ont;  sufmmfi  m.md&tomm  |..���, i..., Jii.iiiimiiii na��i�� rrrjirrr. iiii. r.��wl. tttm..mmm^mm.,m��mmtm��,t��m,,mf*m^m^~m-t,mmm, ...��T., r,^,,^ . i .- if. f .   r ��� .~r , .,  I EXTERIOR-LATEX-ONE (fOAT HOUSE PAINT   SPECIAL.. '.XQt8S    GALLON  '****^M i<$$t%'m����tmemmmmm>&mm  -r f r- '  /���  f'\  ffltVr  \Vq RosorYQ    Tho Right To  *^uimirQ(nmtifiisir  PRICES  EFFECTIVE:  ���^���^"Thursclny;  Friday,,  Saturday,  July 20, 21, 22  w��9i��wypfl iswwwW"    "Mm  WtfW".  ^m>*^&n*m>*&P%rfi^  S&V^N.GrYOmM-OAE.  Sechelt Super Market  COWRIE STREET  mm  885-9416  mm  ��)8��Sriii8*(f4*(  4^^mmmff��igi  P  nfmr.FTrT  w��  ���  II-'   1    I  {***,*   -M*"*'*W  ..*     !,*...'.**'*,.  !l 'I,-, ���*���   *.   <   -r   .   t>  \  Pages  1-8  'V'-CO-iV jT-     .  '.77 , 7, *^g^f\7f*" "  7-aphic   Industrie:  ji-';"/:ce-  mei sysie  creating great activity  WfZ   '- -*     JfJ 7   &���  tvi- ���**   / F # jX  _^^_mSss.   {///       _.\  TAKE-over  of  the  West  Sechelt  water- ductile has been laid in Sechelt to serve  works   by   the   Regional   District   is Hackett  Street.'  ���^j*     proceeding   very   smoothly   according-  to Water   Committee     chairman'    Lome  Board secretary treasurer  Charie-s���Good-���Wolverton���iti���his���report���recijiuiiiended  ing  who  at   last  meeting  of   the  Board that  land charges  for  newly  developing  commented on the activity in the water areas only(  be increased  by  $5  per  an-  supply and distribution function. num.   Present   minimum   charge   is   $40  Mr. Gooding, in his report, said that Per annum,  improvements, to the system in the Sechelt area generated some leaks "and  breaks in the" old line. However, there is  a continuous and growing demand for information on coiiiifclctions, extensions and  m__aimi^m____m___tmmmmn^  PIONEER  Chain Saws  Sales - Service & Accessories  Axes and  Handles, Wedges    -  and Cans and  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS  Sechelt Home Service  885-2812  Box 636 Sechelt, B.C.  IM!  I   Fii-���"-".T;'.7T���i  ���'  subdivisions.  He added  that  the "small"  '-'.^-^ *;,.��     works   crew   under  superintendent   Gor-  $__&"*  ������"���3     don   Dixon   has   been   hard   pressed   at  times to cover demands of routine work,  Roll-Call system construction and emergency calls  Sponsored this year by the Sunshine    to Davis Bay area. Instructor is Mrs.    siasts at Selma Park where classes   from  the  area between  Langdale  and  Coast Lions Club, swim classes are    Susanne Evanetz pictured on right    are held at the breakwater. West Secnelt. '  well underway in the Halfmoon Bay    with some of the young swim enthu- ' .-     .      .  Total connections to end of June were  ..--*������  .. 7.....^y~7~     53  plus  42   new  users.  Budget  estimate  - ; . "*"l*  -      ' anticipated  60 connections. for  the year.  ���'�� ^*^ _~*^*>-v ������*���':"'.������. ���*���'      ���   ^n ^h's reP��rt, the works superintend-  -**"*   a6s:""r     ' -��� i     ent  advised   that  the  new  storage   tank  at Langdale has been completed. Produc-  iP_���-"j     tion   from   the   well,   however,   has   not  '"���"TT"    ^ _v_j     prove(j  as  high  as  expected.   Consulting  "���"     engineers  are  conducting  tests  to  deter-  ���v.    mine   cause.  ,--    fS"?^w^<" '^ New   reservoir   at   Gower   Point   has  " ' SP^''. ^lso been completed, It is hoped that  it  .'_��--*���"*"" "' !> will eliminate* water shortages experi-  ,j_.\ - ��� "' "'" ��� enced last year, but due to wet summer  'j .      _���.'-���     thus* far  no  dry  spell  has  prevailed   to  ���'        . ��� "   ��� J    test the adequacy.  S3 Due   to   the   large  size   of   the   main  greater pressures have been made possible for both Gower Point and West  Sechelt areas. A pressure reducing valve  has   been   installed  on   the  Seehelt   side  to ._pi;otect._JLh^..oId__iWQpd     stave lines..,.,.  Bursts'continue on the Sechelt lines and  one 4" wood stave on Wharf Road was  found to have burst early in June. This  was believed tb have been leaking for  a considerable time and was probably  responsible for low pressures in West  Sechelt,  Some 3,375 feet of 6" ductile has been~  laid   to   a   subdivision   at   West   Sechelt,  for Suncoast Developments Ltd. This will  serve  42 lots.  A further  850 feet  of  6"  SCHEDULE CHANGE  HORESHOE  BAY-LANGDAUE  Effective Friday, July 21  additional connections  from Powell River as follows:  FRIDAYS AND  SUNDAYS  ONLY:  Through connection from Powell River departing  Saltery Bay at 7:30 p.m.  Additional  Sailings:  From Langdale���11:00 p.m.      From  Horseshoe Bay���12- midnight   ADJUSTMENT TO  LANGDALE  SAILING���  Friday,  Saturday and  Sunday 4:30 p.m.  departure  to read 5 p.m.  >������" ' **W��r     "'*'   ^'V"C^��'     ^^V'<$*J\_ Breathless  >.     **��Nfc- >   .j:^l W*   <*..    *   XVT^vfr-*' ^-^i* nunc in hiuidx   f..r tin- mU-nnwIialti  fee*   r%r__�� ** . *'-*' *'"-        ,V��   '    * * "^ xC**^.vVjMfc3Siii "*vl111 ",i��-��"-"-s   iii.sinu-ti'ii   i.>  Mi-.s.  D     ^w * ��� *     *�����������   _S2* _       ,, ��� *2^*^r fcjflra   i.-  i. ..i  i.  o ,,...w^  *w ?H . ��: *  -  lv .i.ii-l/.   I'jili.iKi. I'l-mi'-i   SiiL-ni :uid  llH'ii'-d learn tin- I'.iuu-k ol   lumping  llll'i     llll'     V <lli I      V lllllilll  t     ciiinpli 1 t*I\   -uljiiu1! _i*il  )i-i (<ining  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post- Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and  Saturdays  1<D a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  Have   YOU noticed  the sudden activity  on our roads?  MAYBE there's an  ELECTION  coming!   SUppORx  DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  'll'V^iM  '    Warm-up  Getting limboi'od-up for  tholr half   and Sherry Young do callislhcnlcs  hour swim   iu&trudlon wllh    Mrs.   on tho heijch boloro" taking a dip in  lSvanotz, Valeria Tail, Margo Wilson   cool water.     ... .  *M|  Submorgod >  Learning, about 7 buoyancy   In the   Swhninorn are, encouraged to wor,k  ,wator, boglmwra itt tho swim ch\HKes   In palrn ami cIuhhuh end with safety  fill Iheh" luiiga  before finding out   rule Inntrucllon,'  how long, thoy caii^Klay.iiUbuiorgod. ; '       ,���,/.,,'"  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming even.ts is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  Phone Peninsula Times direct for free  listings, specifying  "Date  Pad". Please note that soace is limited and some advance dates may   have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  July   19���8  p.m.   Parents  Without  Partners  Meeting   Coffee,   Conversation.  Phone 885-2830.  July  19���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall.  Bingo.  July 20-���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Bingo.  July 21���8 p.m. Sechelt  Indian Hall. Bingo.  July  21���8  p.m.  sharp.   Roberts  Creek  Hall.   ANAVETS  Giant   $500  Bingo. -    .  July 29-;���10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sechelt sidewalk. L. A. to Guides and Brownies  Summer Book and Bake Sale.  July 29���From   11   a.m.  Roalcogor Ranch, Garden   Bay Road.  Rodeo.  July 30���'-From  10:30 a.m. Roalcogor Ranch, Garden Bay Road. Rodeo.  -��� July  3Q���Parents   without   partners.   Boat   trip   to   Thormanby   Island,  weather permitting.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  [ Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  i ,i  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235  ���U..  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  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John A ikins  <(iTytftrarVtfytfMWMWWWt>WW��MPWaWgty'*MT*��l*lgKVagCgV����1FtfMVWt^*W*gMT^  ��^T  6&  C*!8!*^  .��>��,  unknown   bHielv   ���!���.���-  pii.'ul   disliiii  11 it*   Sun*.lii<u-  ii-,   )ii,U'iii7il  ""ROM   an   .'ilmoM  ���\ ,l>"��p('il    .i!\.l    wiili-lv  <i|'   jn-.I   .i   11*-.��    \r.ijs   ;ii'7i  ( n.i-.i    I*.   i.i*>*.ll\    h'.ili/n'i  ;i\  .i  |U)|iiil.il   loin i'.i   nit n.i   ;r, "c.ali  y .if  e.i*i*s   iiijsmm*    in.'II*. 1st'   in   l-uuist    ll,ltll.7  ��� ��� I > i \\ 111   ln-hi  Ml     IVll-Ici  M    lOIII ISII)  I lrii|uiur  Nf\v  mini  of view  IV  ilfu-lopmenK  mi Mm.I-.-m.i I'..iiK (.MfiKii l'.'.t\ .in,t Irvine. I ���.'indiii':'. .l-J.ifl\ iiu.1i. ak* (lie ne-  nu-nJi'n|s |Mli ill).il I'I lli-il UIiKjiir (lr.-  iiii'l.   Sri n*i .('u-,'-   inn   is   i-iK'.Miitf,   and  h 7 Hmli'rMt-M-.i7 ''VHI -.-"-h-ii. -fHii'-t-iviilr+i'  inilii.sliN has Mht'MtK inav'ised hy. mou-  ihnn Ih'ulv per cent o\er lasl \car wiih  a proportional--' increase in United Stales  ��� tourist traffic. Sum total ol" which is  that the district tias much to offer providing adequate services ami lacililies  are   provided.  Perhaps one ol the greatest tailings  at the present time, as it has been during past wars, is that of inadequacy of  lhe Icrrv system between ���-Langdale and  Horseshoe Ha\. lo give credit where  due. large sums have been spent on  terminal improvements and sonic increases have been established in sailings  1o and fro. unfortunately the demand  has  continued   lo exceed  supply.  Roads have long been, a sorry problem but have nol proved a significant  deterrent lo visitors, Right now the  .situation is even worse, with road construction under way. yet tourist traffic  is increasing. One can therefore only  ponder the situation once we have first  class highways, now no- more than two  or three ye"7rs7'i\vTiy? ��� ~" "   Clearly���major ��� improvements are  becoming a dire necessity with the ferry system, for after all. il docs represent a blood-line to most residents on  the  Sunshine  Coast.  The time was when we lacked the  right type of hotel-motel and trailer-  camping accommodation. This is changing .'tiicklv for during recent years some  very excellent lacililies have been established. New hotels, motels, marinas and  commercial campsites have, been put  in. Government campsites have been  improved and added to. Latest being the  beautiful-75 site waterfront park at'Porpoise Bay, nol ye,!; officially opened  but  almost  ready.  Without  doubt  the greatest  area  of  1'ijsjJ.ni*. wiih  Mtiiuls   as us fme  lishmg  becomes   w.idelv    knoAvn.  Sechelt is sic;ulil\ taking its place  as the residential ami shopping huh and  even though village population is still  less lhanJiOO the total population over--  a six; mile radius is well over 2.000.  A g a i n ��� subdivisions arc blossoming  forth, a substantial shopping centre coni-  P'letcd eighteen months ago has proved  an ovcrv, he Inline success and has, in  no way, taken away from the older  shopping area. In fact, that too has  continued  to prosper.  Village of Gibsons with a population approaching 2.000 is fast reaching  town  statu*,  as  il  continues lo  flourish.  Hi'ihway. reconstruction was impera-  livc luii increased, ferry sailings also  are of the utmost importance and renewed agitation* is urged at this lime.  Chambers o( Commerce and o I h e r  groups have continued to push for a better system but thus far, changes have  always proved laborious and ineffectual.  We would suggest the time has arrived for a strong and concerted effort  by all responsible organizations in the  district. Chambers of Commerce should  seek support from councils, Regional  Board and other groups, service clubs  etc. Lveryone is aware of the painfully  long line-ups and waiting periods both  at Horseshoe Bay and Langdale. It goes  on each year and each year the peak  periods   arc  extended. ���-^   'Again, the squeaking wheel gathers  the grease, it is only -when the cry becomes sufficiently loud antl long -that  action will ensue. We have the terminals,  we will have the road and, most certainly, we have the traffic. It is now  up to all concerned to raise the strongest  of protests regarding what is a totally  inadequate ferry system upon which  our future depends.  .X  ggaiasisggi^s^^  1  is  1  I  1  \  To- coincide  with  Port   Mftll.ftn~~P.iy 'Day.   comniencing  July 'iSth* we will be open from 4:00 p.r��7 to 5:30 p.m.  on" alternate  Tuesdays.  Extended  hours  will  not  be provi  7Thur$days in  future.  I   NOTE  1  i  ^_______m____��_w_^_m^  ded  \  on  *f  ROYAL BANK of CANADA *  Gibsons,,  B.C.  BANK of MONTREAL  Gibsons-  B.C.  READERS' R  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times.  A  nom-de-plume,  may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the  writer.  Evangelical   or  Bible  believing   Churches  such   as    i'or   example    the    Pentecostal  The Good Life  Editor,  The Times  Sir: some months ago an announcement was made in the Times that personnel from Manpower would be making  regular visits to Sechelt to assist uneirw  pl6yed employables of the area to find  work.  Very recently we had occasion to enquire when the next visit was due. This  was in order to help a young friend  who had been on welfare. We were told  that the gentleman from Manpower had  last been on" the Peninsula in April and  it was-unknown when he would be back.  Is this- the proper proceedure to get  people off lhe welfare rolls and into  jjjj>&r.-j.md.jxoJ^^  Church.  We read in the local paper and also  in the "Topic" a part of the Anglican  Toronto paper; the Canadian Churchman,  an act carried out hy a group of young  people called a 24 hour FAST, supposedly  a  religious   observance.  In point of actual fact this so called  fast could not be spiritually offered, to  God unless accompanied by much fervent, and soul searching prayer, of considerable duration and deep sacrifice.  The- Fast���as- described -performed- at the  Anglican Church, Gibsons, could have  been nothing more than ' an abstaining  form three meals, sleeping the night, and  enjoying a. good .breakfast the next A.M.  ay  PRESIDFNT Richard Nixon was elected to office by the American people basically on the assurances that he  would do two major things-���end the  war in Viet Nam and rid the streets of  thujas  and  criminals.  In both inslances lie has failed dismally, lhe absurd, war conlinues de-  spile American might and superior  weapons- while crime in Ihe United  Stales has increased considerably since  the   Nixon   adiuinisiialion   look   control.  We do nol suggest things would  have been any belter had" Hubert Humphrey been elected to office. And ���  heaven help Ihal country if Ihe present  wave of stupidity should sweep a person such as (ieorge Me(iovern into  control, lhe present Mcdovein slar-  ,.,,lnii>lv;,is,,,.onl>;,,...io,u,.;,iytiii^iheuii.-r-vil7,.,UiLj..  Trudeau mania which swepl another  permissive into power. This eounlry has  suffered- ever  since.1    ,* �����������������  Our western society, based on lhe  free enterprise system, is lhe besl in  Ihe world. There is���as vol���no holler  lions of dollars of taxpayers' money to  weirdos to do their thing? Then the outcry by groups when the police crack a  couple of empty skulls while protecting  the public and properly from rampaging  hoodlums.  .Strange though it "seems, large numbers of ordinary people actually support  Ihis insanity. Many people holding public office support this formula for cle-  mocralic collapse. When .we elect leaders who practice such philosophies, then  we are headed in one direction only���  loial disintegration o<i the principles  upon which a ureal country was established.  During a lecture lo lhe Institute of  Legal Lxeculi.Yes in London, Lngland,  a High Court judge lisleil what he  said   he   finds   lo  be   eight   propositions   for "������ today's''"'' 'pi.* riifi i As' i vo"'' ���'siVo io t y?" '"''T li'bsc"  are:  {I) I renounce- thhjyieked yvorM unci  ail ils evil works, bill il owes me ti living of idleness while 1 do my thing  and il inusl give me all ils bl-nefils.  Only fools work,  CONCERNED  First loud party  Editor,   The   Times  Sir: Last Thursday night a house party was held at Davis Bay. The party was  not rowdy. The music wtos loud, perhaps"  too loud for my generation. Someone saw  fit to lodge a complaint. An RCMP officer came to our door after subduing the  music and asked if we had lodged the  complaint. No Way! This is the first louder than usual party we have had in Davis  Bay in the nine years we have lived  here. One in 450 weeks. How often is too  often?  Young people thrive on loud music.  In our day we had house parties, once  a week. Every single Saturday night. Our  music was just as loud���loud polkas, loud,,  J'ox trots, loud square dances. We too  blew our minds on loud music. Our parent's knew whgre. we \xere. Later we  knew where' our kids were. All the  neighbors knew where their kids were  too. No police officers ever knocked at  our doors, No one complained. We had  one hell of a good time. Let them havo  their music ancl their parties, It beats  using the Davis Bay hill as a race track  every nighl around midnight by young  sporlsenr ancj^motorcyclo drivers. This  1ypc of noise is for real and it .could kill,  Soimewhero in the generation gap  there is a missing link. Is it a crime to  .''bo young or is!it a crime to be old. Cnn  wo find this link?  The officer did bis duly���I envy him  While I am not sure I believe that  then- was some money connected with it  some way   or  other.  Any way of putting on a "FAST" as  was reported in any manner other than  in deep Spiritual Fellowship in Christ, as  is truly-meant'in--the Bible, is simply a  form of "Playi-ng Church". ,  W. ALAN NICHOLSON  Cosy Corner, Gibsons  s_________m  tumnter   VUorkskop  FOR STUDENTS GRADE 4 AND UP  Joint  Sponsorship of  SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL  AND THE SCHOOL BOARD  j^   j-^auitinq  ������^Ar   Ctn  y  WoJeid  lira  dn  ^-PLACES: Gibsons and Sechelt  TIMES: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, \0a.m. to 12 noon  REGISTRATION FEE: $1.00 STARTING JULY 31st, 1972  Interested Parties Phone 886-2225  HALLMARK   Editions,   beautifully   illustrated,   at   Miss   Bee's,   Wharf   Road,  Sechelt.  lint  K^oho , MARINA  MARINEWAYS.  BOATS TO 50'  MERCURY  Outboard Sales and Service  'MERC  CRUISER'  Sales atid Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  Monday to Saturday  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2248  ly/ncle   vJ lick J  i        Getting into  The Swim  with  JAIMTZEN  FOR MEN and BOYS  IN THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHELT  Davis  Buy  11,  GREGORY  ululc we huvc  i. pmiiu-  1,-llisl  move-    hl)WCVC|.   l)Uldlil   il)im.cS    (,r   olTciuls    mH��'> ?(J ,T|mef  lil**fWl*��ii|��Wr'(��!  nielli llieiv is no Mjj.il -oi an csoutis  ���"li'i ennimuhKl conlrbllod Wninlri-.-s',"' YV-l,  I lie Nli'iiiijU! uspocl is Ihal while ihosI  responsible \ico\i\. aiv well awaiv Ihal  litis is iIk- insidious inflik-iKv behind the  cuiivnl iiiuvM in its vnriuuh bums., Only  loo ninny ni'V propniv.,1 lo"|.',o iil^ii),1, wild ,  lhe permissive eoikvpl, "  'I here is somelliinn .lil'li-iill lo nn-  . iloi'M.iiulTluboii|,,.|lK!<..pivhvni ,(|���v ulliiinle-  <)l'"K(ip(K)rr; I'Oi"'ihinie'iiillviils who oinikl"  but will nol work, Hk- leitllieilxHldeu  criminals, reltiMillon of law enl'oiveineni  , -unit mlnilniNiratlon, iiilomptK lo lejj,nl|/,i)  so-called   so I'I   ilmps,   payment   of   mil-  THE PjBNINSUJLA^Vflte*  M^w-wto^itiibllnhoU^Woiln^mlnyri'nl'rScclifelt^  On H.C'n SiiiiHhlno Count  - - by .-,..,:   Powell River Nown Town Orlor  Nvoholl Tlmen-1,l<l,        HoK13.l0ftSwhcll#"��,Cl-  iSulwrlpilon RiiIch: (In mlvnnce)  JLociu, $fi por your, Uuyoiul 3,1 mlkm, $7.  .    ,   ,   U.S.A.,,.II'^Qvu.'noiin,,,$10. ,.,44..~  Serving-thtt. tirca'froiml'prt'McllotrWRgmQm -  ,   (Uow'o.Soiihd.to.JerYlxJnlc.)  ..oilior.s;. anyone.... who, .objects is,.��. fascist,  racist  -pi}.-.. *  o   (2) bveryotu \\\r .mjiliority is corrupt,  ilislionesi, or selfish; wc alone are pure.  (������I) If anyone in authority seems lo  be kiiul to you, remember 1 Ii tit he-it.  nclinjj,nol from litimnnity or, justice but  ���from fear and u j.'.uilly conscience.  IM  What   we  waul   is rij^ltl   mul  we  '.ire Tlr-Ju to use force to peril; hitting!.^  innocent lliird pnrlies in peril is often"  the**best-wiiy lo get ll.  ((.) If we arc not |lven whnl wc want  wc are ohlllleil to bike' lb Thd Utility rire7  thorn: from whom we, bike lor their sol- ,  I'ishness in htivlnp ll, mul llieir incom-  "jVele'ii'ee lifnot pivve'niinjfus"I'roiiiliilsliig  ll, We are all entitled to yield lo temp-.  ii ��� '    , i r *  CI)  I'Vom wlntt  little we havo scon  iiboul a prosecution on television nnd In  the papers, we know at once, fur better *  lluiii nn,\ judpe and jury who heard It  nil', whiii "is the riplit verdict rind the  rlplM sentence,  (K) The lew you know nnd tho less  you huve al slnke lhe belter (nullified "  voiTTre"fo"decTdedluTvll.iri(> iTiul"every-"  ihlnp,  8JtQP���picrYMgjBh��xph.  lur, The Times  Sir: An Internationally known Evangelist oncH) atilcl nt. n lnrgo mooting' liV'Vnn-'  cuuvor tho .following three words ns bo  optMK'd ��� his address--"Stop Plnylng  Clnireh". This stntftment It. would .seem  Ih vory iipplionblo lo much thut goos on  hi'somo of our Orlhbclox Churches , In  lhe- inimo of "ftollRlous wor,shIp tadtty, ���  I ilu nol. Ihlnk It could bo said of "tho  ^Jrwf/jrm/mirmm  * ltM JIM'S LODGE I  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining Room Lounge  Hooted Swimming Pool ���  g Saunas, Boat House  g*R,R��*Ho,<^1<wHalfmooii'MPay^*DiGr*>  | Socrot Coyo# Socholt ��  I'      "" Ms^z&z" ��  ���mum i ip m iiiiipii-ii im'mim nmg^mmimm^  J0LIY ROGER  "'W  k���ri-i^v. Gt^ti. tteti .  INN  AT SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Hooted Pool ond Sauna  VI- . ,..i A    i  Availablo  '^lStW*>'^*'*<*#*���'f*<W,'^^      #KW��^. i��l  DEPOSIMHEQfflNO-ACCOUNT���  Interest calculated ancl credited quarterly on Minimum Quarterly Balance  .of. .$.100 or, moro, .Chequein^,privilege.,,,  ....;,.,.:  ..,,..,.,   ".,  :..,,'���,...,,.,    .*,-,. 7'.,'  0ME7VEAR TERMDEPbSIT  Minimum deposit .$500,,Withdrawable on clomand,  If withdrawn prior*,to  one year, Interest at'5%, InlrOrestcalcid  THREEYEARTERMDEPOSIT  'Minimum Deposit $1000, Non-redeemable till end of form.  Interest cal-  CLllafeCi  QnnUQ||^------''        -------��-��---�����-��l..�� ^.l^mmmmKmmm^mmmrmm9mm9mm  FIVE YEAR TERM DEPOSIT  Minimum deposit $1000, Non-rocleemablo till end of term, Interest calculated  annually.  Basic Credit Union Account, Annual Dividends Life insured  )to maximum $Z000 (sonic age and health limitations?).  R R    1  HALFMOON RAY, B;C,  Plione 885 9998  MM  Use~One~brMore^  (7^ Systematic Savings  ::&Llif&JnswQd^ ������J.,..���...?..;..v .......!V....  j(3)Jnvestment Income-Short J.erm^or Long.J.erm,  (4) All-Deposits Fully Guaranteed  WHARF AT COWRIE  P.O. BOX 375  SECHELT �� PHONE 885-9551  t  MM  mm  i. ft"**' .  w��  ii  i  v  T  ���.I   i \  \  w  I  V  \  Wednesday, .Jul* 19,  1972  The Peninsula Times  Eage B-3  \     .  "^Dept.  of'.. Education,  At Edmdhion  \  .Trustees ...Convention  attended by local, delegate'  istration   and   the  said the president.  Speaking on Canadian Unity of trustees, the convention "agreed in principle  to work for one united Canadian Association encompassing separate school boards  and -.independent school boards. It was  felt that all school boards have a great  deal   in  common.  Single parents group hosis Vancouver club  PENINSULA  'Parents  Without. Partners'     ed   in   such   activities  as  boating,   swim-  hosted   members    of   the * Vancouver . ming, water skiing, etc.. and ao/er-y fine  Chapter   of   the' organization   last"  week-\ time was enjoyed "by all.  end for a camping vacation at  the Poi-7  OBJECTIVES     of   Education,   was     the     that  theme for the Canadian School Trus- '  tees   Association     Convention     held   recently in Edmonton.  Attending as a Branch delegate, trustee AgnesTLab^ is., .president of .  the "South Coast Branch, found that many  areas for concern which occupy thev attention of the local school board are reflected in school boards across Canada.  Reporting on the convention at a Te--���  philosophy   and  education  must  be  trustees"   major  concern. '  The teacher is the key but his role in  the system should be determined by  trustees   working   with   teachers,   admin-  Between the snow-clad peaks, mammoth glaciers and crystal lakes of Canada's Selkirk ahd Rocky mountains, is  the world's .largest, most spectadular  chain of national parks���seven in all.  poise Bay Campsite.  About fifty parents and children joined the Sechelt parents *arid children for"  a boat trip on P(^t>oise Bay. This was  followed with a -Chili supper, wiener  roast and sing-song around the camp-  fire   . .   \  During the  visit,  members  participaV  ... To acfd to success of the event beautiful sunshine predominated.  Valley    Tow Rite'  TRAILER HITCHES  TRAILER  BRAKES  Other ex-ehanges between the groups  are now planned for the future and any  singly parents interested in joining the  organization are invited to phon6 885-  9568. ' '     ���  Coffee and conversation each Wednesday at 8 p.m. For information call 885-  2830.  \  MIRRORS  available'  Sechelt Home  Sunshine Coast Highway  885-2812  cent school board meeting Mrs. Labonte  said   that   all  provinces   are   facing   the  kame difficulty���-not enough money, and  the question was asked "Are we  being  realistic in expectations for our schools?"  One   speaker   whose   topic   was   "Tomorrow's Objectives in Education" stated  that there is a lack of direction for, teachers.  That   U us lees'  chief  criteria  for  id-  entii'ying   strength   and   weaknesses   had  been   pupil-teacher   ratios,   books,   space  and   tabs.   "We  do  not   know   what  they  hope to accomplish", he said.  Reference was also made to the public's dissatisfaction with education and it  was felt that parents must have a voice  in education as-it is their parental and  democratic right. Also that objectives  should reflect public desires.  OBJECTIVES  t Possible objectives which it was felt  trustees should seriously consider, included���involve 'the public in educational  process; develop in the student the skills  of learning and instil a desire to learn;  strong emphasis on citizenship; better-  evaluation and placement of teachers ana  use to their maximum effectiveness; provide an. atmosphere where-children can  learn; evaluate and review planned district programs.  In summing up, trustees should be  w���ell informed and up-to-date on modern  trends. Provide leadership even in the  face of diversity. Strive for communication at all levels. Evaluate programs.  To quote, "Trustees should be in a  continuing state of constructive discontent".  RESPONSIBILITY  Trustees have relinquished responsibility to educators, said president of the  National Association Rev. D. R. McLennan, who expressed concern for the future of trusteeship. The vital issue was  given   as   local   control   and   it- was   felt  \  ""5s  unshine Coast Business Director  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res.  886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (con.)     ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  ART  SUPPLIES  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  (oower PointvRoad  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 1 1 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p^m.  PASTOR:  GERRY FOSTER  Phone:  886-7107  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  For .details; of summer, services; at  Sechelt,' Redrooffs, Pender Harbour  and Egmont please phone:  885-9793 ~' 885-2133       885-9673    ~    885-2320  i^t f^i-ft.. HjvjW^**  PENDER-HARBOUR  FUU, GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9i45 A.M.  CHURCH SERYICE���11 i00 A.M.  pastor Roy. Walter S. Ackroy'd  Madeira Park���i'883-2374 ;  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Cowrie  Street -  Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & tiring >  dealer for Duncan's Ceramjc products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICES    SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Paits and Tires  Phone 885-2812  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   -   Heat    Exchangers   -   Repair   -  Cleaning - Rccoring  DAILY AFTER 6 P.M.���ALL DAY WEEKENDS  4/10, MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes the difference.  Your Chrysler Dealer for Sales and Service  REPAIR SHOP  Parking and Moorage Available  TILLICUM BAY MARINA  Colin and Evelyn McKinnon  Jim and Iris Miller  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  885-2100  .,-. BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH-���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  Secholt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a,m.-3 p,m,  Fri. 10 a.rri.-6 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  ��*-����~GIBr!bnsr^  Fri. 10 a,m.-6 p.m.  ,.���p���- i '��  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibson's area and the Peninsulo  Phone 884-5315  Box 166. Port Mellon. B.C. '  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CHARTER BOATS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving, 2 boats- to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina  Cruiser. Guides available.   Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424   or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  Residential - Commercial  Wiring  Phone 886-7816  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone  Day or Eve. 885-2062  FUEL  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE   Marine  Wnys  tn AT)'           Box  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  7 - Garden  Bay,  B.C.  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  Pender Harbour - 883-2513   HARBOUR SUPPLIES  NURSERY  c  p.  ,ANADIAN      J   ROPANE  GAS & CHL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable ant"  economical  Cooking,  Heating and Hot  Watei  FREE  ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and  Dolphin  -  Sechelt,   B.C  BLASTING  SUNSHINF77COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School���i IOiOO a,m.  Church florvUo ������ Uil5 a.m.  Evonlna Sorvlco 7l30 p.m.   ,   PASTOR REV, S.GASSGLLS   PavU Pay Road" and ArhMtun  (2 Mock* "p from Highway)  Tho United Church if Canada  SERVICES        ���  Sr, -John'* Unltod: Cliiifch - Dayli Pay  Sunday Sorylcos - 9l30 n,m.  Robert* CrooK Unltod  Sunday Sorvlcos - 2)30; p,m.  ,*_������.__.. Gibson* United Church ���....-,,.����.  ,   Sunday Sorylcos - ) 1115 a.m,  Port MoJIon United  Sunday Services - 7130 p,m  ���    (2nd ap'Mlh'Sunday'*) ..��� '  , MlnUtry  Rov. Jim Wllllnrmtyl �� fllfaom  8B6'Z333  l^t��M^^^W^lJM^I��^^.���JMiW^^^^JJBSI*^,  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE        ���  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  TED;S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  Tod Donloy ���      883-2734  !���"' ���'" ������������������������� ���immiw f mn mm nwi��������� .m ��� ���.������ ���������1myi]n.wnWMP��Mii.ii. '"'"Il'infli  "������"���  WATER SURREY SERVICES  --"--r'-^FoKExperf-B I ast  FREE ESTIMATES  CHIMNEY  CLEANING  VACUUM CLEANING   *  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Pill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box  89, Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2274 ,.  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall ancl Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  E  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 1183-2663  Madeira  Park,  B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER   7'ybur" ���   IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 -  Hopkins  Landing  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilize  Berry Plants .- Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying toi  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  Francis Peninsula  ot  FURNACES  LTD.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel.- .Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  685-9666,  Box   172, Sechelt,  B.C.  ,    PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing- Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  .���lltdW-iA^.lrirtriiijrH �� fr*il'!ii:i>*tli|  Cleqnng - Road Building  Tree Topping 7 Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R,R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C,  P,Y. Seryicos Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enqujrias to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eyes, B86-7375  ��� Olllco Hours 8:30 a,m, to 4:30 p.m.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  iHMIMVIlMAr*1'''  Baptist, Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MwrnoM ond Trail, Soc'iclr  , Sunday School  10:00 a.m. '  Morning Worship 11:15-a.m.  "CALYARY-BAPTIST" CH URCH  Park Road, Glbionn  , Mamlnfj.Worshlp ,9:30 a.m..  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evonlnp l'cilovv��hlp7;Q0 |>.m,  ,886.2158  *    Rov. J, ErFGrriSi Interim "Potior" *""  ��� , 006.7776   uu ii nrir    "m       '������������'    "���������������   * T*"^���'���'"*  Phono 885-2304 L, C. Emorson  If No Answer Laava Mos-saoo at  88S.?3?,6  R,R, 1, SoclioH> B,C,  ,BuiLPERsir.ziir.i:i::' '   ".  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  POR ALL TYPES OT BASEMENTS  EASY-ERECTION-AND-STRIPPING  'Complain InMrticllona ProvlUotl  FISHER FORM RENTALS,   ���  886:9951 7     ..''".  ~TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTdT^  CUSTOM H0MI5 9 PRR.FAD HOMES  llloh Quality .7 > Reaw>n<>l>lo Prlco*   '-  Muy 'o'PQLKaoo^WH^flVbcr'ir'VoijriiOlf, or qui  our piolo&ilonol holp,  ^GAROEM^nAY,..n,Ctu^Phan�����E��Aa.���flB3>272a   t ' '' ���  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Rullrllnn Storo  For All Your Ijtulldlno Noorh . .  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seavlew �� Phoha 886-2642,  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  "    PORT MELLON lobCE'S COVE'  Toll 886-2938,0* 085-9973  Call Uii For Your Disposal Noads,  Containers Avallabla,  ELECTBICIAMS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Raaldantlalv Industrial and -Marine Wiring  Eloctrlg Heat-Lino Work      -    '  '"TO-':*'*"''"-*w PhWcn886-7244  ����iwi*((����iH*s*'  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Raulilaniial and Commprclal, Malnta|]ancQ nnd  *���     Daslon, 2. Hour'Aiisworlnq Sorvlco.  "���'FREE "ESTIMATES  Doli LomliQif       886-7605 Ed Dolln��ky  . , Wynaaort f\o(irl.Stin��lilno Contt lllphwny..  Box 860 - Glbjionsi  '��� I'nnrlcr | lathour  McCANN ELECTRIC  "     WIRING OF Att'TYPES   Rrrsiilontlnl��'Indtiiitrlal ���'ComniorrIol  ���^i-^w*AII-.w��iK-au��rontce<i.dFrce.��^lnwtc*-^r^��  Joe McConn, Box 157. Madolra Park  "   Phofio 803-9913" "*   *  ^r��m��fflrJ1t*��'h- !-  jim Mckenzie,  ; electrical contractor  , Residential Wlrlpg and Ma|or  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885^9978  Box 387, Secbclt; B.C.'  PARKINSON'S HEATING  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk interest  Ten years tp Day  For tree estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appllonces  HAIRDRESSERS   ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  ��� Next tb the Co-op Store  Gibson* 886-232,  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert: Hair-Styling  Cowrie St., Phont  ..Sechelt, VB,C.,,... ,,,, ,������ 885-281 &,  HEATING & SHEET METAL  /,  ���  * ���, r��������� : ,-tn���- ,  HALL- SHEET-METAL &  HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone $85-9606  Box  164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  '   OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ������ 10 Year's To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS    ���PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  StM*    .     IRPN WORKS  -"  WROUGHT'IRON RAILINGS   ������  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  '     IRON WORK  ~��~ Phono 006.7029 -000.7036 - 006-7220"-  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE        ';   :  ' '  -i " ' i ���"'������   i    '��� i  '�����'-���  Welcome to Tho Floorslilne Coast  H6VYE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE   "  Sptsclalists In Cleaning - Floor Wnxino  .   Sprqy Butting "Window Cleaning  ���  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phoiia 686-7131 '^' Gjbiionf^ B.C.  JOHNSON'S "'  DUIUDIISQ MAINTf,NANC"l  Spnciaiirinp mi      *  I'opoi llangino, Iritorioi A F;��tPrior rjacointinp  �� tRua,.LIoonlrio(.,AIL'vP<��.o1.Bulldinfl^^>�����.  Mainionanro, Flopr ipMollaiion  , Window Cloanlno  , PMON�� 805.97 I ��AFTBR ^ r.M,  Pa* M2 . 5��ch��l|, D.C.  i -i ��� ���      i  11   _________;____^.....   .... - -   MACHINE  SHOP  1^��^m^4mm^m,^^9Hi9Kmmmm9m^mm��mm^mmK9HmmmmmmmKm99m4a9mmm4mmmm��'mmmmKm9m9m^  At th�� Sign of thi Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERYICE LTD.  FRANK   E.   DECKER,   OPTOMETRIST  Bai  Block - Gibson*  Every Wednesday  886-2248  painting & decorating  calvin:s1painting &���,  DECORATING  P.O.  Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING  AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C  SEASIDE  PLUMBING  Gibsons  Pluinbinp - Piperitting �� StearnHtttno  Hot Water Heoting - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone  886-70)7  oi  886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S   PLUMBING 48.   HEATING  LTD.  Govt, Certified Plumber    ���    24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD,  Sales and Service ��� 806-9533  Evoryth.l.ng...fpr,,the.,.p.p-;Jit.?ypursolfar  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 - 806-7872  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  ,��.���,,PLUMBING.'.HYDRONIC<HEATING"  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't, Certified Plumber, , , ,,  Phono 883-2720  Box 63 Madolro Park, B.C  mmmmmmmmmwmwmmm9mm9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9mmm9mmm9mmmi  RENTALS  A. C, Rentals  Tools and Equipment       ���   -.  Garden Bay; B.C.      Phpnq 883-2585  ,..-... ^--~,����reNT-*' iT-"^T^--: ���-'-'- ������'- ��� -=-.-- --  THE RENTAL SHOP  nt David Bay  "  "Wq"Roht or Soil Almoiil Eviirylliiiiii" "  Typovrrltoru ��� Ulohllno-PlqntB ��� Tdloviblpiin  Rolo THIaru ��� Comant MlAara�� Lawo.Rakoa  ���Mpchanlc'rTools*''  Machlno Shop ���. Arc and Acty Woldlno  Stool r]ot)rlcot|no ��� Morlno Woyi  ,   ,    AHtomotlvo and Marine Ropoln,   . .,'  Standard) Marino Station  rhop* 006.772)        Ran, nil6.9?i6, a06.9-jl2ft  PHONE 88*5.2840 -- 2. HOUR SERVICE  "'"-,    ' AFTER H0TJRS 883-2131 '7  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  "APPU ANCES~ -" HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  THE TOGGERY  ��� -   todies' nnrt Children's W��or   Op*n ".9 doyi'o Wffftl.      ' ���  Cowrlp  St��p��t.  Sochicll  "TilffBuSMW^^  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C  CALL STAN HILSTAD���  'x    about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES _  ^���*'^BERNINA " ���": ' '~'  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph, 886-7525  SPORTING  GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used   Large & Small  885-9832 Sech*n  SURVEYORS  ROY   8. V/AGENAAK  B.C-  Land Surveyors  Marine  Building  - Porpoise  Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Cpast Highway  Bo�� 13, Gibsom, B.C. j Phone 8-36-Z70Q  SALES AND SERVlCt '  All Brands Available  Monday; to Saturdayi 8i30 o.mv; to 5:U0 p.nn. *  Friday, evening by appointment only.  TOWING  * "'Scowi ��� Log��  SECHELT  TOWING 6V SAJ-VA^S  Heavy Equipmerit Moving & Log Towiria  "-'",, ^,.,v,i-.,U''-.HIGGSr"*"-v.r'".:.'>-*-.'-.- -  Phone 885"9425,  TRANSFER  LEN WRAT'S TRANSFER  Household Movino, Packino, Storagm  PacKlng Matprlols For *>^l��  ,    ', ',' Membof"ot!Allioii*yar�� Lino-*,   2\  Canada's No, I Movera  -Phone 886��2664f R.R. 1; Glbsonn, B,C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES    *" " ' Gibsons 886-2172         7 -  DAILY SjJRVICt FROM VANCOUVER  wwlaiiiirtii^  FurhltMro to any whoro in, Canada,  Qonoral Frelflht, Uw-bprt an��r heavy  haulim  T.V.  and  RADIO ,  ,  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.   ��� "ADMIRAL-���.* afiCTROHOMI: ���  ,   and    ZENITH,    DEALERS,    Gordon Ollvof   -   Ed Nlchplson  In'Tho Heart Of Downrpvyn Sochoh  Box 799, Socholt' 7.     ,. 885*98)6  CLOSkD ON MONDAYS*   -  ��� iiiwiimii�� iiiiimiliiMn.il Bmn.i,, MW"HWi��iiwnm i .��m .m  mrMOtSTERY  iu��amf43j4rtTifi  'In this spaco will  - *                    '        '  ������. f '������ ��� ��� **-*���*'"-1"*i�����'���'*'   roach nearly  10,000 pooplo'  Low cost - Mlah power  ftfeL^iR CUSTOM  UI'MOLSHBt  r,,,..," .., 7 AND DRAPERIES7  Re\iphols(oiina �� fwtvl-no ��� (Corpp|fltn|Piaprt)  Sorvico i Sample*'��riown'in rh�� homo  'hono 086-2050  ��mmmi>**m4***mmimmi9i^m0mm*m4m9mm*i9*imiA4m0m4*mA4mi  I t i  '������ ������������������ -B.a-IS-A;-:-M':������  BEAUTIFUL PiACE  ; DONT MESS IT UP     :  . u*��  B^HMWWWftwWBWriW^^  wi^��ft)8iiwaff.^^  wwwwvUwt) 7  w  Page B-4  7  The Peninsiila^Times  Wednesday, July 19,  1972  Sechelt News Notes  S.Bs.  -MR.- A-N-D- MRS:  Bs-rnie -Duval  were -de-  li��h"t'e'd with a visit from "two aunts of  Mrsx   Duval   from .Scotland^. .Mrs.   Fred..  Morrison  of Perth* and Mrs. Robert Reid  * of Scone visited over here on a six; week  trip I" Ih'' west cnast- They visited Seat-  lie  (,\,.r t,> Victoria whero they took in all  the    ,/iit--.,  Butchart   Gardens,  Beaconhill  high tea at the Empress Hotel. In  ltv-er tiiey. .W-��i��--��5.eQli��d_. h>'_vaiiQUs _  and nephews to all the  attractive  i,i be found around that  beauuuu  were spent with the Duval?  licir home in Selma Park iinfortunate-  was7 auTing~an unusual rainy speTT  .which led Mrs. Morrison to remark it was  like Perth���only in Novemlber not Jv.y\  Understand they, had a hilarious time  anyway.        , ���  A grand union was held in Kerrisdale  at Mr. Jack Rea's- eldest brother of Mrs.  Mayyrp,   Duval.   Now   they   are   off   to  from   Redwood,   California.'  Hay's"cousin  Lynn  Newman  and  his   wife  and. family  ���of three are spend-ing  their holidays  here  from   Calgary.   Alberta.  Repel it ir ni  rnanence  ihal  Finding this lit He nook "in..'the Ree-  reali'onCentre parksite at Roberts  Creek was sheer delight i'or-two  young visitors from the North Shore  whose parents expressed the opinion  Discovery  that the trails following the creek  are far superior to'Lighthouse Park  on the Lower Mainland. An inere'as-  intj number of residents and visitors  with   its  bridges  which cross Clack Creek in four dlf-  ereut  places.  are  discovering  the'park  Japanese      style    wooden  CLEAR  YOUR OWN  LjW 1     ���   o    ���  USED  CHAIN SAWS  PRICED TO  CLEAR  MACHETES  GOOD ASSORTMENT  of AXES and WEDGES  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  Dental Topics  Scientific Team and. the  Mummies  A   CANADIAN  dental   scientist   working  wiih an American scientific team  which has been studying skull and dental  dovelopment of ancient Nubians in Egypt  since 19Gf> recently made some valuable  discoveries.  Commissioned hy Iho Egyptian gov-  ornmenl to help identify some unknown  mummies in the Cairo Museum Dr. Arthur Storey of Toronto and his University  of Michigan col leagues curried out investigations with the use of x-ray photographs.  The  group \yns able  to, identify   two  ancient   queens  by a  mathematical  comparison of  I be x-rays und  those of  their  sous and. daughters whu4hum,sulyes, woi'u-..,  preserved as royal  mummies.  Their si tidies showed that (he ancient.'  Nubians, had  fow_. cavities,  but. a  great...  don I  of  tooth   wear   (from   coarse   food),  gum   disease   and   a   calculus     (furfur)  buildup,  Tho  team  also discovered  what   was  ..��buliovt'cl���tu���.bu,.a4.jiiuii)mH!iocL,,.botly,,.of.^ii���  queen's   Infant   was   really   that   of   an  ndoloscont  baboon-^-porhaps    burled    In  place of ibo Infant who was spared;���  --Canadian Dental Annuel ul lon  Tranquility  Pleasant place at any time but more  so in the summer is the longest of  the rustic bridges which cross Clack  ('reek close to the waterfall in the  Recreation Centre Park. Designed  by the Recreation Centre Committee, the trail's construction was carefully supervised by Mr. Gordon Hall  and' all materials were taken from  the park. Dependent upon another  tfrant from the federal government  issued under the Canada Works Pro-  r i <a inmo, is' 1 h o ' n ex t. ph a s'e wh i eh  will include a frail over to Roberts  Creek which also, runs through the  beautiful property donated to the  people by the provincial government  after arranging a land-swap with  .rVIaelVIillan Jiloedel Company -Ltd.  .Show me a married couple who foonat  that they've never bacf an argument and  I'll show you a pair of lovebirds com-  plele  wllh   blrclbrnlns.  Kelowna   and   then   back   to   Seattle   to  catch their plane to New-York aiid on to* .  Pre-wick.  Mrs. Ermin Robertson entertained two  friends from West Vancouver for a couple of days, Mrs. Jean Bromley and Mrs.  Margaret  Jlolden.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Griffiths and daughter Arlene toured Vancouver Island  for a week. Found it a little damp but  had  fun.  Visiting at Wilson Creek for a few  days were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hughes and  daughter Amber, from Surrey with Mrs.  Hughes parents Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Nygren.  Earl Hughes' band the "Tumbleweed  Connections" are enjoying a month's vacation from the Longhorn room at the  "Dell" where they have been packing in  tlie crowds. Earl dearly loves to play and  delighted local residents when he played  at, the Peninsula Drive-in, and the Legion.  WORTH WAITtNG  The  wheels  grind  slowly  On  and  on,  if they finally grind out. a park for us at  "Cooper's   Green"   we   won't   mind   the  vwait too much.  ���������-���������������  VISITING ~* J  The C Rer's have been arriving and  departing al the Ray Newman's in rotation as if il was planned.  C. P. Smith and family from California were here to enjoy Charlie Brook-  man's derby. Their young son who lost  two fish which could have been top  weight for the day plus it was thought  he had hold of an octopus.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beeson from Phoenix, Oregon, yes, that is Oregon. Mr.  and Mrs. Walter Dutcher and family hailed from Sparks, Nevada. \  Latest arrivals are Bill and Pat Brown  Potatoes have long been regarded as one of the staples  of our daily diet . . . but tew people appreciate the special qualities of this versatile food. From a nutritional  standpoint, they rate highly: Potatoes are a good source  of potassium, vitamin C. mineral salts and iron. And,  contrary to popular belief, they are not fattening (a 5V?.-  oz. adult serving contains about 105 calories). What's  more, potatoes are one of our great food bargains, costing .only...pejini.es. per. pound. Here in British Columbia,  we enjoy cr?l excellent supply .of home-grown potatoes  all year 'round. With growing areas in the Fraser Valley,  the interior "dry belt" and Vancouver Island, there's a  consistent supply of top quality potatoes for eveiy purpose. 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J .  ���i , . .,,   --/-:-,-,  ���.,���.,i.����.J^,.r,..,.��,-  . 7 t.    ft--  7 >'  i'i* '    ', ". i   j  ��>'.'  i i /  ��� . 11  ill   M   'V '   '���     V \  ^kjjjWW^'*?'  \  >r_z .r^^r^R??  ���* -��iP A*     , .    �� l        y��i. + !*]_   ��i*,"ii*Jr   *����� il  IT*"^^*"--v  '�������*  1*- I  V'. -���-'  /  S'  ir  "'    AL  MJ./  a , wr  f-i  T  PaulSt. Pierre  ���-Letter from  Parliament Hill  OTTAWA���TI' parting is a sweet sorrow,  so it was in tho Commonwealth Room  when MPs and Senators gathered for a  formal farewell to Harold Winch, New*  Democratic Party Member for East Vancouver, a man of 39 jrears continuous service in the B.C. Legislature and the national  Parliament.  Mr. Winch announced some time ago  that he would not contest another election. So have many other MPs, but none  of such long service. The Commonwealth.  Parliamentary Association, and Speaker  Lucien Lamoureux arranged a special  farewell for this MP. The room was  crowded.  To British Columbians who took an  interest in the complicated business of  politics, the name Harold Winch was as  well known as that of hockey or movie  stars, To some it was anathema. During  the Hungry Thirties he was an active unionist and ardent, socialist. He terrified-  dinosaur capitalists and even occasionally caused a twinge of alarm among ordinary   defenceless   people.  Twice he was almost. Premier of British Columbia. In 1941, the crown was  snatched from his hands by a coalition  of Liberals and Conservatives. In 1952  the same prize eluded him due to a complicated voting system which had been  introduced for that election with the purpose of keeping him out of office.  Sihce 1953, he was elected to the federal Parliament from his old home territory of East Vancouver and thereafter  re-elected as regularly as elections could  be  called.  There is not room in this small column  to list, the details of his service in the  House of Commons and its commjittees,  or in Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, of which he is senior member.  Neither is it, appropriate here and now  to attempt to penetrate his philosophic  thought or consider how it. changed in  this or thai, direction over the decades.  It's probably sufficient, to nolo that,  whatever the opinions, be expressed, he  was able to speak oul (if the strength of  a recognized integrity .and when be  spoke, 1he men of all parties listened.  He became less active? in recent, years.  Ho has had a serious illness ancl althqugh  ho looks tanned and trim he is far from  being' as woll as people on Parliament  llill would prefer,  ,., ::r.So*.anvid,,iho .smoke and tho clinkinfi���.  of glasses and the warm speeches by Mr,  Speaker and Senator Grosshart I hero was  sorrow in the Comirnonwenllh... Room -this   ni|.',hl, But. as I say, it was sweet sorrow,  because it was graced with -humor, provided  by  Harold,  Ho replied to the speeches, still flght.-  ���lng*��-iho",Rpeech'"'lmpe(limenit��-whlclrls'"Rlm-'**'  liar to that of King Gporgo VI. Ho talked  -, .;.quHc:-p,fa(.niy^  crlbed the time lhat he died on lho op-'  emllng lublo,  "1( was a cardiac' arrest. When thoy  brought mo back, 1 said: 'Why did you  bring mo back again'" I can'l smuko (auy  moro, T Vian'! ^Irlnk'.'sfhiy'jHorb,"'   "    '���  "Thoy said to1 mo 'Yofn'o 'ii politician.  You'll Ihlnli -up -somo now vice'."  Ilo promise-..,/!!' It'll ns abmil llio vice,  XCw,.i!ihIVi^ .*'     ,    i  Whon   thin   Parliament   ends  ho   will  follbw llio odui'r-io advocated by Vollnlro,  Ho will' go home and  loud his garden,  ��� Ho will' lioni Insert, ancl long romom'borocl.  i  CHANGING ~CHANGEIJ3SS 'LAKES   ��� Tho Grout Ijakos*aro tho largest group  of lakes In the world and tho biggest  body   o,f  fresh  wnlor,  covoiHng  00,000 '  ���*Hn'lJflrR"*nilt<?fr') n-" nrf a cern^ieno*.! ��j Ic^n-d rn I�����i  n .JOO.OO') square'mile aron, flowing fo  lhe*son at tho raUrof*iMO.OOO cubic foot  n second.  As I see it.  \ We can Work   In riiiiiL lh<  nda.'s    I'ir^t    .'itizciH.    \Vc*  ''   iiKiintain   ;i   ���m'i-.jI   cullure.  \  iif C'aiv    The Peninsula Times Pago B-5  1,1 !i> /'v\ Wednesday July 19,  1972  -7-  \  MORE    ABOUT...  ��� ANAVETS corner  -,,*-*������-=-���- ���from page A-3  be phoned for work at very short-notice.  Ed was phoned ancl asked to meet a  ferry at t> am. Coming fully awake instantly, he put on his government hat,  laid to attention in bed and after saluting, asked what the guy would be dressed like.  He has twice reported the theft of the  peak of his cap, but as it was pointed out  to him, he manages to put it on backwards occasionally which, actually, gives,  the whole boat a. sort of Barney Old-  field "In'dy 500" feeling. Anyway, give  the guy "E" for effort, because he is the  only deck control, personnel who has  managed to park a Volkswagen in the  stairwell.  John Topham, our service officer, who  looks after sick unit members, ironically  has been the first person in the unit  fo be sick. He phoned me for help, and  I told him to contact the service officer  whose phone number I gave him. He  has phoned back, and told me he has  been phoning the service officer for three  days but always gets a busy signal but  it's okay, because he is better now  anyway.  I have not had the pleasure of meeting the replacement for Cpl. Biggeman  yet, aIIhough I had to report to him by  phone as part of my hospital release. He  mentioned in passing that, while standing - comfortably at. ease one. day last  week, he has caught unawares by the  approach (downwind) of a shoeless,  mutili. Iiii'sutc, arfipiilnlo ' but, slightly  wonk-eyed member of the local "do il-to-  youi'soli"' generation  Sired  Long  Distance  Understood to be the first on the  Sunshine Coast, this fine bull calf  90 lb at birth, was- the -result of artificial insemination. Father, a beautiful Charolais bull weighs 2405 lbs and.  is on a farm in Calgary. Mother and  son are owned by Ches. Day who  farms at the end of Lockyear Road,  Robert Creek. The artificial insemination is being done through the  Howe Sound Farmers Institute with  the obect of improving stock at minimum cost.  fellow was addressing him, because there  was a nose sticking out of. the hair. When  he asked the Corporal what the badge  (crossed pistols) on his sleeve was for,  the Corporal said, "I got that for gunnery". The young fellow said, "Hey, Man!  That's wild! All they gave me was a  needle in my arm!" ���   ��� -.*      -v��� *.*.  Well, hope to see you all at the Bingo  Biggie on the, 21st. You add $500 to all  the sick time .you have been saving up  and you are "right on". So, good night  to all, especially to Mrs. Weasel, my sister, who feels that because of the very  name of the game (chest), and all the  overtones of chauvinism it. produces, it  should be changed to Bosom. There are  two terminations to a game of chess  (chest), Mate or Stale. What, marvellous potentials lurk there! Stale Bosom,  Bosom Mate, and on, and on, and on,..  by   John   Parucratz  Progressive Ton*''r-rYnlive' Candidate  f.'.r  Const  Chilcotin  A NEW START  IS "NEEDED  STATISTICS don't begin to loll ' tiho  story^ Even jf the facts are neatly  tabulated, the "plight "of over 2f)0,Q00  Canadian native peoples may go unnoticed. Average life expectancy is just  over 40 years. Income is less than $3,Q00  I'or the majority in this group. Ilousini*  is such that 7f>r" of home;; havo iu>  sewers or septic tanks. Education".' Over  GU'r   of the Indian student:, fail lo reach  grade  8. .. ,-*x  ���  '  What do these figures mean'l Perhaps  housing conditions and incomes can be  compared with those of other Canadian::.  P>ut when it conies to measuring human  -misery���oiL ho pi ess ties;-, there -i-s- no --iropur  yardstick. ,S.uch "is Ihe case of Canada's  native  peoples.  Survival and a way of life are at  stake. And we ��. dabble with statistics.  Narrow legal definitions of equality don't  help much ei'ther. Even the notion that  all Indians really want is the chance to  belong to "our" society is far too simplistic. =  I would propose a much broader objective. We have to work towards securing the position, rights and culture  of Canada's Indians. This can only be  accomplished by continual consultation  with native organizations. Little is done  when negotiations with the government  deteriorate to open hostility on both  sides. Confrontation politics only serves  to rub salt into the wounds.  A new start is needed. Let's honestly examine and settle fairly all outstanding disputes involving treaty rights  and claims. Let's provide immediate  financial assistance to improve housing  and health care. This goes for Non-Status  Indians, too. We need to introduce legal  reforms and changes in official attitudes.  This is to ensure that native people receive justice under the law.  ��� Long term solutions through . education can be developed. We need curricula and teaching programmes that  speak to the way of life of the native  peoples. Fish Lake Camp in the Chilcotin was a good example. Here Indians  were trained to help themselves���taught  by qualified native peoples., It is not  clear why the government shut it down.  Long term development of Indian lands  is another possibility. Again, training  programs could be conducted with full  participation of  the  native people.  One approach that has potential, in '  my opinion, is organizing purchasing or  marketing cooperatives. This legal entity  has been used very successfully by the  most independent lot of people in Canada���the farmers and ranchers. It not  only provides greater control both in  buying and selling for co-op members,  but it teaches business know-how and  management skills. I can see Indians  starting food co-ops as an example. Initial assistance might be required, but  soon there could be full participation  by the native people.  Statistics   only   measure   history.   In  the in-between time we  can  give hope.  ,r~v  A family history of heart disease can  bo. jurnod-to..... advantage, -It's   a   siuiml  to watch heart attack' r^isk  factors that.  you can control with your doctor's help;  ri^:C(^porat:knew7.tstantly'that the *diet.4Smoldng*,and..,high,.,blood:.prcRsi,re.;,  Our new  ft.  radio-ftde  oneo!  onthe  I  i ml')*.** <*nS��iH �����!*!*, W5**i A-.'*'-  W* ,1m{'P1*WM>'MftHM*H4<i4'�� > * rMVfl  PENDER HARBOUR  HARBOUR  Francis Peninsula Road and Highway 101  PHONE 883-2513  ''''i/Vl'"  I i i, ''A''1'1 .  IJ i^Y'iity . W*'  t,Hy^��i  'jiftiyi,ity$%7,7^  io< 7,<  i) i,,S ,"  ',>���!. |V7(7p  , Ii11\ V / r1* JM'ft  Frost Free Refrigerators by INCUS  1' ',' ���      '' '        * ,. 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Install*-  reception for no|sy locations, It can be tion charges vary depending on ���tho  wp*i��W��  TIMEO DRYER  ���f��\nd*thQre*l3fca*cho|ce��of*h^ndaet*or-w^  microphone, 7 '  It's tough - designed for,the most  rugged conditions but when \\ needs  For more Information, call our Market  Ing Department. Soon,   *f-��l**t'��*(^^  m<iHi(mm^��^m^<fmmii^mmmmm^^  X  mmtttfrnfomw  immmmmmmmm  <imm*ymm**mm  I     I    l<  mmxftmmmwm  mmmmtmmfim&t  mt&fpm'a.'WMmto  S    *    *    *   ��     .     _    *    A \ Vfr  Y  ..  \  \  \^  Page B-6  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, July 19,  1972  v :  '    -\   .'  ��-t*  \  ��� *' ^    _i>    ��*"���  *>  *��  ^  <*r,  \  ^2%  <ic   '  O   "  "nl*.  *4_     4t    ^'  ..,.;,���, %    % >  ,9^fr(i^*?��^se��Mi^^ f'^jJPS,^'*^'J)3.^^|jir;*!j#  T"  \  \  \  m  \      \  \  \ ,  1   ���  " ���")  5*  e eadu wa  u wau  To keep up with your community activities, read  The Times. And for shopping, you'll save steps  and time if you look through The Times advertisements first before you start running around  after the best bargains! Times Classified will Rent,  Buy, Sell, Swap, Inform for ybu .'"'.". . af low cost  and with the largest circulation of any paper on  ffie lower Sunshine Coast!  i*lti(M ���.h *M '(.-*���* WlWWHiCl u  ,, ,.,!..     ,,  ..,,-..���       ...CM'.  0  l��III^W-t*W.IW��^MWWIW^^  |*WMMWf��MUMWMMI^^  1*  * -   ~CL     ^  t-V-  4     /*<  ^*��PWti^iWimMi(*tiHlf'l^*i^'*i*'i!i* ^ .��WiV^l-lw����!��'irtW'����'rW^  tt"����to (rfl>1t''W,��^,WH^-tiF^��^  iii!   (    tt*ff*   f.^*'-'^':��  ^W_~^T���p"> ,_(��l#44-,  . ,���   ,  C^ *<% .4 .        ���. '  m^Me��M)��Mw^MM����r^4itfMmMi^rUinMrriilw^��"lri��rw^  w&Iril����SX!II|,.i ��� M,m 4.  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W.-tlnosday,   July  19,   1972    The Peninsula Titmis    Page B-7  ���ew'concept, in strike procedures      *  ffered- by -MacKenzi-6 Liberal -candidate "     ^  7\ ?*.'!������'.,"'." ro u'i. pi * in ������ strike |>roc*edures  ih.r liiuirl, it inst i^aU d, offer more  'd .:," '.v-'m ���virvj, ���ma-rv on strike and en-  :n!i*;!��������� i.*'.u'!y . e'.l'ement, was suggested  ),��� ';7 7e P.'.iney. p: ovinrial liberal can-  1,1.1'..*   Ir*;-   M:,u*l,*.ei'..'ie   liitiiu;.  ��� Mi,- ii*..,,'. lY'i* the riir-w cuiir-epl," the  ";) v.-i: n'i.1 .and,.late iiaid, "i-i i\ ln'ddhark  : >.   \\j  c'   ..'id   '.il.ii'u':   hv   even, one   in-  '.. .!  m  ih-'   :..-.������itiLitiiiii-,   tioni     the  University of Washington . . .  Sunshine School teachers  undertake special course  SCHOOL children may be on holiday hut  in many instances their teachers'are  hard at work upgrading and updating  their teaching- melhods. Such is the case  with Mrs. Gladys Legh of the Sunshine  School in Gibsons and Mrs. Phyllis Knutson of Madeira Park.  Report  from the British.Columbia Association   of  Instructors   ol'   the  Mentally  Walter Safety says,  "Think, don't sink!  Be water wisel Learn  and practise water  ���afety every day.**  w��Mim_MU___mimumm  The Bcayview  Dining Room  Pender Harbour Hotel  Madeira Park ��� 883-2377  XYYYYVW/ , ,'t .-. n-mYNVr'YYV^Yn'YVm'YymVi'^'yr'Y-m^V  A licensed Dining Lounge  featuring a comprehensive menu  for your dining pleasure.  The Bayview Specialties:  "SURF AND TURF"  (Lobstettail and Filet Mignon)  AND T-BONE STEAKS  Retarded, stales, tlinl both teachers are  intensively involved voluntarily in a programme, sponsored by the Instructors  Association at the Experimental Education Unit, Child Development and Mental  Retardation Centre, University of Washington. Seattle.  This" year's programme is primarily  "Precision Teaching" and follows through  past and present training in behavior  modification techniques. Under the guidance of principal Dr. Dale Gentry and  people like Don Miller and Larry Rosier, those taking the course are reminded  that they are associated with the primary  business of training people, thereby preparing persons to be as self-sufficient as  possible and to relate to the world.around  them in an acceptable way.  It is assumed that all men know that  this is a great responsibility and that  rather than -guess or assume the results  of their efforts, measurement is required.  On their return to their schools, teachers  will have improved their knowledge of  melhods of measuring.  The course is in conjunction with the!  arranged continuing review of UBC con-  sultant-~prinun-ily Robert Poutt, Assistant Professor, Diploma Programme in  Mental   Retardation.  Sunshine School in Gibsons will be  entering its' third year of operation this  fall with a full enrollment. Also administered by the Seehelt and District Retarded Children's Association is the class  at Madeira Park which is held in the  Elementary School. Both classes have  been made possible through the generosity of individuals and organizations on  .the Sunshine Coast together with cooperation of the School Board and administration   staff.  This new symbol  stands fof  something special  ^"T"'*iiiteiWJ',^>*w*Vfc^f:t*'V^ A  ;V|'-'" -:."V^"Vt  ..- . JN*/      :'  -��� - J-    .���'��� * ,  >/ ^*<_'-     ''  ' 7 < VV^^Ov  .      - J:'-    V .':..,"*'  I wHwv^et&vl&tvtwmH*.*'..  Wo believe there's aomothlng special pbout tho  quality of foodffflrown rip hero In 'British' Oolum-'  bla7 To JonaK up that bailor ��anclibiio|p you  roooflnlzo 13,0, food producta�� we're Introducing  o now "homo-nrown" 13.0. nymbol, You'll bo ooolng  it on nlnna, Iqbol** Rnd oartona-and^ierovor It  'npponrsryoiroan'boaure you're'neltlng Bgonwlna*  0,0,' produol, You'll .qlsprsoo, tho.nymbol, In a  provfnoo-wlclo advortl'iSlna''onmp'nlflh for BA*  flrpwn producta, l,ook for tho new "homo-arewfl"  13,0, symbol and glva your support to our agrh  cultural Industry,'   , " ,:   .   V " *\  'GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE  -      OF BRITISH COMJQfJPI^,, ���  ,.<.. " i:  'DopnnmontaftridiiMrl^'PoVQloRment,'  TrnUt)���and Commoroo  Hon, Wnldo M.SKUiinfla, Minister  ^ popndmont bfAarlouUiiro ���   >  Hon, Cyril M.ShoKord.MlnlBtor  i��.  Reconstruction  Looking towards Sechelt" from'Malt-  moon  Bay   end  of  Trout   Lake.   Mm*  newly   constructed  portion  of  M.'Ji-  ���'���.7 .,'t-r  tn  Un* jji'i.-.,ir.ir*ni   ul   lho  company.  In 'uv'"i',T'Tir"'f)T\r.:''ii":.ilTy. XnTFhFTn-.'ing   lai'-AT,"  ,>��� rii   ire  hrililiii:-.  li.icU   rpvpnur- thai   labor  l*i. iiiu-i'4.   holt,  'lur   iI.self   and   the   com-  1';-'.ny.  and   l.ibor  continues  operating."  He said llf.it durin�� tlu> period of  ]ux\ con;rac1 ncroliations. all monies,  including the revenues of the company  concerned, could, .be. placed,.,-.in escrow  by a third party mediator named by  e.ihcr the 'government or labor.- manage-  ph m7   l^ing   a   theory   of   giving   up   a  sav there would lie no corporate revenues \  in the usuat-'business sense, but everyone,"  including the. labor i'o^cc. staff, and even  the minister would receive only a portion of his regular wages if a strike was  called   under   his   scheme.  Outlining the advantage," nf such \a  ]ii'.r|i(, al, oilier than 'he t?-\ppndiencv of  7i. -nir.-menl, the Liberal candidate claimed ilu* u'nii;er Wi'idtt rcc-ue mwe riiuaey  Ihan In-, normal I'tnlce pa\ would offer  :\i iTt^TlTPTPfnrp���ht�� writ tId i^���abie--t-t+--p&y  his rent, as. Well a- lei-d and clothe his  family. The company would-.he able'to.  partially maintain itsobligations as well..  He stressed that neither price nor-  wage increases should be allowed by legislation to exceed ihe average increase  in  the  annual gross  national  product.  "Labor legislation in Canada and the  provinces must be introduced lo allow-  Canadian      members      of      international  lias to justify i-, not "only'to his employer,  but  also  lo  all   society.\   ... .    ..   ' ....  "On lhe other hand," he continued,  'xiusiness raises, its,- prices, withqut 'virtually any such controls. Traditionally,  the market concept controlled prices, but  in an increasing number of instances, due  to large monopolies and cartel.*, this is  i'i.i hifij-er me care." \  "Therefore," he concluded, "companies too should be made t*o justify their  prirF"��� "tnTTFitsPr. In their ntrrnn employees  or, lacking 1 iiat. to some form of government   committee."  wav 1UL has been raised consuU;r-  abiy witb bad curves eliminatnl.  Clearing also gi\es a scenic view of  the Straits coming clown Half moon  Bay Mill. The road is. presently clu.-.-  ed to traffic which is re-routed aloit;;  Rettroot'l's Uoad.  Cancer facts  THE DISTRIBUTION  by  silos of cancer  cases in men and women is shown m  Canada are as follows7  The distribution of 100 cancer cases  ���women: breast 23., cervix 11, uterus-  ovary .10, lung 3. skin 15, other 7, mouth  2, leukemia-Hodgkin's  6,   urinary   organs  3, intestine and rectum 17. s.tomach 3.  The distribution of 100 cancer -cases  -���men: lung 14, stomach tt, mouth ti,  leukemia-Hodgkin's 7. other .. intestine  and rectum 17, urinary organs !) prostate  12,  skin   20.  Twenty-five years ago the-death rates  for cancer were approximately equal in  men and women. Since then, the rise  in mortality in men C2.-.*,'. is due mainK  lo vapidly increasing .cancer of lhe lun^  ���a  largely  preventable 'disease.  The decline in women ('.'',) ir. due  chiefly to a reduction in morUt-lily I'mui  cancer  of  the  uterus  (Pamphlets and information about  cancer can be obtained by writing tu:  B.C. and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer Society, ... West Eight Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C.)  [���U'leentagu ol salaries,���wages an  ,!i!'���s. Mr. Blaney said thai if 25 per cent  ol funds were held back and the strike  \va>. se111 e-TTm I wir~\\ri;ek"s, then all inmr  ies would  \\t returned.  After ihe two-week period, perhaps  ail per cent could be lu-ld in escrow and  if it were nol settled by the end of the  third week, only half of that would be  iviurned to both the employee and the  company.  "In other words," he said.-"tho quicker the issue is sotlled. the more money  would be returned to all concerned.  "I basically feel the strike as an  industrial weapon is based on traditional  concepts," he added. "What we have to  do is take a real deep look at 4changing  the   mechanics  of  striking."   ���"*"���  He pointed out that the original idea  of striking was to withdraw labor and  pose an economic threat on industry and  felt this objective could be obtained without imposing hardships on society if his  concept of a strike were introduced.  "We must provide protection for both  employee and employer," Blaney. said,  stressing that 'negotiations are important.  "Most of the problems with labor-  management re la l ions are due to the fact  thai labor is not respected 'by other seg-  ' merits of society neither are they (labor)  consulted by government or management  in any serious endeavor to solve labor-  managomenl   problems.  Referring lo the supposition lhat his  concept be applred to a working force  such   as   civil   servants,  Mr.   Blaney   did  tl���earn-���unions, to more freely decide whether 01  not Uiev wish to stay with the internal-  ions or create their own unions.  '^-miTmrbt-q^uPthe international union  today (aerording7cri--b��constilution'l has  a right to belong to llte~^tu>doi\ of his  choice, but in fact is menacingly harras-  M-d when agitating for more Canadian  control."  He said he wanted to make clear he  is not suggesting banning international  unions but, "we should create the right  and freedom to become Canadian unions  if they so desire."  Blaney pointed put that whenever a  union man is seeking a wage increase he  GIBSONS,  B.C  ANNOUNCES .   .   .  WE  WILL  BE  CLOSED  FOR  BUSINESS  FROM  JULY  23  TO AUGUST 6th  FOR  HOLIDAYS.  I  I  I  I  I  1  P  MW4ntmmm_w-_*immm_mmM____mm_m_mm___mm ������ umm_m\mmmMwmm_mm^a__  fT Swanskinle ^rnn X^aharet   Tt  OPEN  FRIDAY 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m.  and SATURDAY 9:30 p.m.-l   a.m.  Respectable Dtess   fjfju6lc lUj   dtlevOVeen  C��ver g-h?.?.?  DINING  ROOM  OPEN  DAILY  8 a.m.-2 p.m. and 6 p.m.-?  Sundays':''8~a7'm7-2^  |7"r7o"uF"cHARc6a^ Nf W YORK SIRLOIN, \  i                         FILET MIGNON STEAK. \  L . -��� 1  Garden Bay Phone 883-2512  unfcd  For nearly 8 years now we have been serving, to  the best of our ability, the people of the Sunshine Coast  from Port Mellon to Egmont.  We are now retiring and we wish to sincerely thank  all our customers for Iheir friendship and patronage  during our years here.  It has been our pleasure to serve you. We have  been most fortunate to have several people serve both  us and Our. customers so well over the years as they  assisted us in the store, Especially we would like 1o  thank'Mrs; Parish -who, has; taken .-.over,.* for.us while we,  were oh holidays or away on buying expeditions.  We hope that all our customers will continue to  shop at the Store and invite you to meet the new owner  Mr, John Bunyan, whp will be taking over August  1st,  ......Wcj'tislliD^  To all our friends and cuslomoiT, wo wish the bost'  ' of bvorylhlng for lho futnro,     GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  7 AI.MA GILMORF, and Al-I-X GILMORE .  Sechelt  Fqce  Lift  Long needed toeo-lU'twns glvon So*  ohqH.la&t. wuojk with a. subKtnntlal  paying p*"ogmn> to sidewalks. i\ number of short roads;"and the parking"  area fronting tho Post Off lev and  Jj.Uj"U'flflSS,J^  Paving, aro soon on tho loot log of  sidewalk paving along Oowrio.SI root,  EXPERIENCED  3lHSRIliyiiechanic  ���WELDING  ���TIRE REPAIR  * ���,  TUNE-UP SPECIAL  V-8:   $30  Paita included  6 Cyls   $22  farts, included  Halfmoon  Bay  v�� InGll  885-93111  - DEAR SIR and/or MADAM;  On my doctor's advice I am closing clown TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES as  of July 31st, 1972, On "August 1st; I am taklncy over Ihtf business on Cowrie  Street Jn Socholt known ns ^Gllmoro's Varfoly and opomting under the now  namo of JOHN I3UNYAN VARIETY & ENTERPRISES, After a short'period of  ,. ro-organl?.lng I wilt bo alj.k to offer service on small appliances only, on a  carry "in/carry out baslfi, "qs well as llio survlcoa given by "Mr, w\<.\ Mi's.  .Gllmoro oyer Clio pasl, several years'and J wlBh fhom'heci|ih, Happiness and  (, onloymoni In I heir now retirement,  '   ' ���  ' Yours truly .   -  JOHti BUNYAN 7  f **(W%��I  'i ft**-, t i. t *t��.*  't#;r  If ���    ,       I      ���* *   !       ��  'I    .       1 -\  t' 7 j  Page B-8        ^    The Peninsuld Times ^Wednesday, July 19,  1972  x  Be Wise ..* Buy  . . , the washer proved in  x thousands of coin laundries.       \  . ' '     -   \  YOUR SPEED QUEEK DEALER  \  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2171  =1  ��� ���9*mm_m_m��m_w____________________w_m_m_mmm _, -"-^f(*""p--^-iwwnwwmirr*���"--"��"'�������������������'**!';��� ��� -mm������ mmw-'  Sunshine Coast Local  eight Housing Councillors in the field. In  many i-as����-  -hpsp ppnple have been able  ssh. Non-Status Indians  seeking job opportunities  ON JULY 10, 1972 three of the executive  members of the newly formed Sunshine Coast local of the British Columbia  Association of Non-Status Indians visited  the provincial headquarters of their association   in   Vancouver.  Sunshine Coast local president Ben  Prest, publicity director Eric Schmidbauer, and board member Andy Prest met  with Provincial Executive Director Len  Maraclc at the BCANSI offices at 1027  West   Broadway.  Although " the 'main purpose of the  tiip was to obtain more detailed information, regarding; Hie objectives and  function of the BCANSI, ' some specific  problems   were   discussed.  Ben Prest' questioned Maraclc about  the possibility of the BCANSI helping to  piace Non-Status Indians in permanent  employment, and perhaps getting some of  these .people, off lhe'welfare rolls.  While unemployment, is not a serious  problem for most non-Status Indians of  tin- Sunshine Coast, it is one of the most  serious   problems    throughout   the   prov  ince  Many .iicm-*��laUis Indians, especially in  the more remote parts of B.C., live in  poverty because they do not know how  to go about finding jobs. When this, is  coupled with a general lack of education  it often leads to the hopelessness and'  squalor that we hear and read about.  Ben Prest, on' his own initiative, is  now sending letters oij. enquiry to some  of the major forest companies. He thinks  that there is a good possibility that many  of these people could be placed in logging jobs.  Ben hopes that if, the result of his  poll is' positive BCANSI will hire a full  time employment director, and that helping its members get jobs becomes one of  the   major   objectives.  The BCANSI was formed under the  Societies Act in March 19U8, but il was  not until April, 1972 lhat they moved  into the modern headquarters on Broadway, At Jatest count 5,200 non-status Indians, oul of the more than (50,000 in  the province, now belong to the organization, and it is one of the fastest growing  societies   in   British   Columbia.  The BCANSI now has eleven full time  Human    Resource     officers,   as   well   as  lo motivate the off-reserve Indians in.  helping themselves and improve their'  circumstances.  ' These field officers are all rion-status  Indians and they are dedicated to the betterment of their race. They are given'  extensive training in community development, on the problems of drug and alcohol abuse, and in motivating people,  before  they  are  sent  into  the  field.  Very often these .field officers can  succeed where university trained social  workers fail, because they have the trust  of their people.  The Sunshine Coast local of the BCANSI is still in its infancy, but it is there  to help the people of the Sechelt Peninsula help themselves. Many people have  already expressed interest in its aims  and objectives, and more members are  certainly welcome and needed. But this  organization, while urging members to  come lo it with their problems, also  needs people who do not need help but  who have something to contribute to  the betterment of their fellow man. There  is much work to be done, and room for  many new ideas.  Anyone   wishing   more  information   is  invited  to  call  Ben  Prest  at  886-9329"or'  Imelda  Schmidbauer  at   88(5-2918.  ^Summertime  With every berth filled at Secret  Cove, vessels had to find other an-  chorale last week when the choppy  weather kept more than sixty vessels awaiting a break in the weather. Vessels included small run-abouts, trimarans, house-boats and  sleek yachts. Many of the Vancouver  owners had returned to town when  the poor weather persisted for most,  of the week.  I TWILIGHT THEATRE  ��Gibsons 886-2827^  S*j All Shows at 8 p.m.. and in Color S  4*J$ ������ ^  ^        THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, fe  J�� July 20-21-22 ^  I WALT  DISNEY'S |  |   SONG  OF  THE  SOUTH   |  B : b  >ew&ge ��r  rafer  CALL THE  .\  MAGNETIC   Photo   Albums   and   beautiful  baby  books  al Miss  Bee's,  What!  Road, Sechelt.  I  SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY  July 23-24-25  ACADEMY  AWARD  WINNER-  BEST  FOREIGN  FILM  VITTORid DE SICA'S  THE  GARDEN  OF  THE  FINZI-CONTIN1S  i  I  tjiMumtmmMMMmfflMafffjamnik  DEALERS FOR:  SEPTIC TANKS,  HOME  AEROBIC TREATMENT  PLANTS   .   .  COMMERCIAL AND   INDUSTRIAL  SYSTEMS  rc�� ifioi  Sechelf  LIMITED  ors of  Sechelt  Phone 885-9464  RUPERT  BRAND  FROZEN   FOODS  F1SH-OTd-CHIPS"TCod"  PERCH  COD FILLETS  PARTY STARTERS"a0,    45c       SMEtTS,^;  Goldon Batter  16 ox,  16  OK,  Salad Oil  Now Sixo, 48 ok.  f*t��l\  ^Jvimi   (Jur   (Oaherii  ..... .../>....  ...... *'...  _____________  Aborted Flavors .���  $129  PRICES  EFFECTIVE:  THURSDAY,  JULY  20 TO  -SATURDAY,  JULY 22  �� * K lif: * J"* *< T * ���* "*  ^if^MSW^ip^W^^  f*gt*m WW Hy~MMf HM  Phono 8Q5-2028  885-9812 Moat Dopt. 885-9823 Bakory  Wo Reserve The Right To .Uml. Quantities ,. , ..���    .    �� , ,  ,���.,..,  it   ���" ' "  I ! t ( ' ' i ' . ..I'i. 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