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 /*_  _\V  \  w  ">  Against bylaws...  _\  NSULA  USE OF trailers or campers is not permitted in Village' of Sechelt even over-s  night. Alderman Bernel Gordon brought  to light the fact that campers have been  making overnight stays within the village "It is against our Bylaws and further, there are two provincial pai'ksites  and a commercial site just outside the  village" he said:  Mayor Lang said he has . heard such-  violations are taking place. He said Bylaws do exist and should be enforced.  "There might be some argument should  friends or relatives be permitted to set  up their camper at a private residence  and have use of house facilities but,  again, we could take action should neighbours have cause to register a complaint".  It was noted that regardless of circumstances, bylaws do exist whereby  trailers and campers are definitely ��not  permitted for occupancy within village  limits.  BENCH PROJECTS  Council members expressed the view  that benches constructed by local young  people under a- federal grant are well  made and already serving useful purpose.  Also picnic tables made by member"? of  the local Lions club set up in suitable  locations iri the community.  Planters, forming part of the benches,  will be Koked after by the Sechelt Garden Club but a'club memberhas advised  planting will be best carried out toward  spring.  FUTURE* PARKS  PLANS for proposed development of the  300 acre Crown property, made available  for future park use, are still required before council gets full title. A plan of sorts  was presented some months ago, prepared  \  by . Alderman. Bernel Gordon, and was  promptly rejected as inadequate by the  Lands Branch.  Mayor Lang in turn wrote the Minister outlining proposed developmentsand7  indicated a rather more explicit plan  would be forthcoming in diie course.  Little or nothing appears to have taken  place since but a letter read at last week's  reguiar���meetin-g--gf-f-e-red-assistanee-in pre���  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, I rvineV Landing,. Earl Cove, Egmonf  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  \  2rtd Class Mdll  Registration.No, 11424  N V  Union   "SBSkv'- Label,      \  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  Volume 9, No 37 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1?72  ****  paring stich a plan,  -���-���W-i-itte-H���o-p���hehalf of two men claiming to be local residents, the letter indicated they were well experienced in  recreational development. They had read  of the situation regarding the proposed  park land in vhe T^imes and offered their  professional "services  to  council.  Mayor Lang said he was not familier  with-either name and  had attempted  to  *?4me4  T.  L:  1  J  find out who they were, but to no avail.  Alderman Norm Watson said it is his  opinion the project has been kicked  around for a long time. "We have been  instructed to submit a proper plan so  why not find out what these two people  have to offer".  It was agreed that Aid. Gordon contact  the two and obtain pertinent details^ Mayor Lang added that he was recently in  conversation with. Hon. Ken Keirnan,  Minister Recreation and Conservation,  and .he had said he will be more than  pleased to have members of his department assist council. They are presently  tied up with other committments but will  be readily available later on.  Boating fatality  in Skookumchupk  BOATING accident Sunday morning took  the life of a teenager who drowned  when a canoe capsized in the Skookum-  chuck rapids. The youth, understood to  be Jeffrey Clark of the Vancouver area,  was one of three in the canoe which was  accompanied by- "ai second canoe also carrying three people. All were wearing  life jackets and the companions of the  dead boy escaped the clutches of the  rapids.  The boy was brought to Porpoise Bay  by boat and conveyed to St. Mary's Hospital by Cunningham's  Ambulance.  FURTHER GRANT  Further grant under the local Initiative Program to the Recreation Centre  project at Roberts Creek has been approved by the Federal Government.  Latest amount is for $8,700 of which  $4,034 has already been received. Total -  grants awarded the Centre to-date  amount to $28,007. Foreman Richard  Dooley now has six students working on  the park area full time.  EXTRA FETCRY  Letter to B.C. Ferry Authority suggesting ,an unscheduled additional ferry  run between Langdale and Horseshoe  Bay, operated by a third crew, has been  forwarded by Council of Gibsons. Both  Regional Board and Sechelt Council have  given support to the request.  RESIGNATION  School Board of Trustees has been in  recess for the. summer months and resume in September. Meanwhile, it is  learned, chairman Sheila Kitson has submitted her resignation to the administrator. Once submitted to the clerk, the  'MuhicipalTA'^  irrevocable.  -REMINDER ���-��� ��� "��������� - ���  '"--:  Senior Citizens entering the colour  photo contest aro reminded  that entries  Takes legal advise...  Council takes firm stand  on subdivision proposals  Bypass   Route  Finalized  Hon. Isabel Dawson announces this  .-week. final decision by the Highways  Department on the proposed Gibsons  bypass. Basically the original route,  as proposed before elements of the  Regional Board raised objections,  but with some changes to please  property owners previously involved.  Dept. Highways plan...  rA^mirATrnMc. j-       A-pf      <- .   .���, ���  , New route now joins the highway at  COMPLICATIONS     regarding     different     should   accept   the   remainder.   :He   also     tho    uonr,,   Unari-   .iniarcor��-finn   frnm  subdivision   proposal at   West   Por-     argued that corfhrilcou ^iotlegWtfop-   "^   Hen7   Road   intersection   from  poise Bay  led to some disension at last     thl applicants subdividing. " ^ere only additional change Will be  It was agreed that such is the *__*M,. ^mination of the hazardous S-bend.  it   will   be   necessary   for   the   ifppjkanre  lo come up with a new proposal, Mayor  Lang   cut   further   argument    short   by  commenting that the lawyer has advised  Highway route finalized  after considerable study  regular meeting of Sechelt Council, how  ever, members took a firm stand and rejected one but approved the second.  One application involved  part of  the  former Hyde property.  In  order to pro  ceed with submitted plan, the applicants     against it, also council has indicated its  indicated  agreement  to  dedicate   an  ac- -���..-..     ...    cess    road to the Village. At a previous  meeting the proposal had been discussed  Sprinkling cancelled  until further notice  HON. Isabel Dawson has announced that  a final decision has been made concerning  (he nev/ highvyay route from Langdale Ferry Terminal through Gibsons.  At a meeting.with Department of Highway officials,  the problem   as   to  which  severely restrict any extension of the  water system. The route would cost -considerably more -than the lower route  originally proposed by. the Department  of Highways.  Estimates place the additional cost at  views and that should be sufficient.  Council  agreed 'and  moved   that  the    DUE TO failure by  the. public  to corn-  route would best; serve the interest of the about $200.00.  community as a whole, was discussed. The lower route proposed by the Dept.  The upper route was considered to be, would on the other hand, provide excel-  principally a true bypass of the Village lent access to - the community by. con-  and neighbouring community of Gibsons, structing intersections on North Road at  but tabled pending legal advice. Council  at that time felt it would be responsible  for building the road should it accept the  dedicated   access.  Last week a letter from the municipal- lawyer ' warned' that "council 'would,  indeed be responsible for construction of  the  road  and,  in turn,  warned against  approval of  the  application  undei such  circumstances.  Aid, Ted Osborne said he had already  application be rejected. ply' with  sprinkling  regulations,   pres-    and would isolate them by cutting off all two points, Park r\oad and Henry Road  Another application involving proper- sure  has dropped  in  many  area   of  the    access except the one at North Road. It This  would   ensure  that  both local  and  ty nearby, was to split a five acre block regionall water system, therefor the reg-     would also pass through  the water sys- through traffic would be well served. The .  into two. It was (explained that the pro- ional board has been forced to prohibit    tern above the reservoir which would in- route  would' be  constructed for  2   lane  perty  is already served  by  a road  and sprinkling   at   any   time   until   further ��� evitably raise problems  of  risks of pol- traffic   initially   but   sufficient   right-of-  ( k council,,has_no vqlid,reason to refuse^ the    notice.^     '  v^ , ^.m n    , lutlon of tfreewater supply, It would way..,w,ould..���be,..purchased,���to,,provide for  1   ' nnnlinnHnn       Wmirnvoi' :    nnlv     nno     liniisft   .'���J���'. I ��� '���^ ' ��� _____.__���������������������������������������������������������   .   ���   <���.,(...._   ^   i_���_  ���;^n   jLl_v     n  i,...t..i..    n      ,  application,   However,   only   one   house  per   portion   would   be   permitted   and    t7rrrHrY_r\r\t.   "Rrrtr  should   any   .further   subdividing  be   re-    ��U��moon   DU.y.. .  quested  then tho question of roads etc,  .must be in Ihejiands of the judges by    constructed part,of the road, to facilitate  the .end of August, For information call    access to his own subdivision, he had con-  ^MrrDave'^aywardrSecholt;" " -�����������'-'structcd *" this' "himself  b"utwf61l**c3tfncir  would bo involved.  Another subdivision under develop-  ont behind Hackett Park is nearlng com-  pletion��Hnd,,sur,voyora��Iloy,tand,��WgoiuuuL...  wrote stating roads ahd lanes arc now  cleared and scrubbed. Thoy sought council approval.  Mayor Lang said it In now a question  of Ihe roads and lanes mooting Village requirements, also drainugc,  Aid,, Osborne drew attention lo "Ibo  fuel lhat 10'' culverts are Inadequate "it  definitely calls' for 24" pipes otherwise  we will gel trouble later on" ho added,  It, was dqcldec" that alderman Osborne  nnd Nelson ��� investigate tho'1 situation and  report, at next meeting,  LIBRARY  Land development proposal  under~close-Board scrutiny-  REGIONAL Board sub-planning committee is lo thoroughly Investigate an  application to develop land al Halfmoon  Bay under a Land Use Contract, Under  this scheme, the Board could permit a  development   under,   specific   conditions  would, be erected dlscrimlnatoly, trails  would be provided but no hunting "Permitted and no commercial development  of the beach allowodi  Ulrcctor   Cliff   Thorold   and   former  director 'C, Gilker of Roberts Creek  to  which  normally  would   not  conform  lo    golhor with the Planner mot with  tho  existing regulations. Qiico such a contract    applicant's to discuss tho proposals, As a  onsoquoneo  tho  commlttoo  has  rooom-  ls approved, the developer would bo  restricted, lo .lho terms .of the . contract  until such time'a ohahgo Is��� . rofjuoslod,  Approval would I hen bo up to the tfoard,  mended, to the board'.Ihal a detailed de  scrlptlon be obtained ��� of the powers, responsibilities, and legal'status oi' tho proposed development corporation.  Further, tho developments should bo  Applicants   aro  Dr,   and   l\lrs,   Bates  Secholt, library,,built as a Centennial    who   previously   Indicated   a   desire   lo , .      ,  project,'already has a leaking roof which    develop  their  proporty  In  Huch  a ' way such Ihal. if required in tho future, fur  has to bo renewed. Ono tender for thu    thai the natural environment would bo"t' Ihor subdivision could occur.  Job, has been received but It waH suggested    retained,   This   would   exclude   normal .       Tho committee also  nplcd  Ihal  pro  others' bo obtained first.                         '   y'oadn and all commercial projects'. Homos  Hon.*~Isabel~Daw$on~*"r.~  Pender medical clinic plans  "Finalized" announces M.L.A  a future 4 lane'mall type of facility, Such  a facility would not be  a freeway  and   would   not divide,the j eomimunity.into.......  two parts, but would rather servo as a  central core route serving the futuro  development oil both sides, This would  not be the-case on the upper route, which  .��,��� because,��. of ������lho,��,steep,* terrain - could-not���  bo accessed.  An amendment, to the voriginali .route,,  chosen by Iho'Department would place  In,*,-Junction of Iho now routo with existing Highway 101 near Henry Road, culling oul Iho proposed lino along Russell  Road, This would eliminate lho tola,!  length by" 1 Va in.lies,  ��� Tho existing' Highway" 101" "Would  bo'  improved by culling across' the S bond  ancl   Improving   the   curve ��� at   Roberts  Creel*;' Road, .This /Intersection would bo ���'  redesigned,  This   amendment   would   reduce   the '.  numbor of properties affcclcd.  A   possible  problem ��� of ��� sal'cKuardln'j,'  children   along   lhe  highway   would   be  dealt with by provided frontage or pro-  soo pa'go A>3   toalod"asphalt walkways, ' '"" '""   It, was considered Ihal Iho balance of  was ln favour of tho revised lower routo  as or.lglnally designed by tho.Dqpt. of-  Highways ahd It wan therefore been decided to proceed wllh this,  lit jtWlVfHM*��U��3��&*t I.  -�� rf-*t�� linn*1- ���"   * ���*��* . ** 1"  ��� SPJAAKINC* at.,Madeira Park last Batur. .written on   behalf   of   llio   MlnlHlor.   It  ' day, Hon,  Isabtil Dawson  aniiomiwl Mains!  that. a. vory, ,woll  qualified  Doctor  has ,  "Wo have boon much uncouranod by  baun aecopled to establish a practice In tho. pnmpiicl of i) Vancouver doi'lni' conV  ..tho Ponder Harbour arua, To obtain,, llio |n(. to.pnu-tlru) In lho Ponder Harbour���  , mirvlcos.of a capable doolor wan of prior Madeira Park area. To ��n��lnl him livloc-  ' )inporlam'.v and  afloi' no<-(nllaliimt. wllli allnu  llu'ru, 1  havo lndicaled  Ihal   llio  lion, I'nlph linfl'inni'k, It him boon uniwil provincial     mivpn.inoi.l    In    '|'r<<piu'od,  Ihal. tho IWMU. will uuhi.ldli.o liolh dor- amour, other .tlilnrii.. lo awihit, him ln the  (oi  cuhh ways and,, munnn, fpr planning, con-  al ruction and financing of an appropriate  medical facility, Such a plan havliiH boon  Implemented ml��hl well become a pilot  project for Iho Huklanco, of other com-  Uiunllloi* wllh nlinllar nonlM-    .  1 Ml nil, 1 aluo add Ihal, nnlwllhiiland-  Inn 'i nuiulior ul' I'litcmpcirnto iilatoiu'cittii  appi'iuihi,! hi lho pront*. and attributed to  Ad-Briefs  p0jnf  Ihe way  16 action!  -��"���.-���'��� ��������������  In Today's Classified;- ,,  ���loi'-Hi,d-fMolll!lpn--fnr~M"-pe^ ���lndlvldtitiiH*"spci,l|:^  yearn, The inaltor> will ,lh(M�� be reviewed    halua   lined   by   llio  tfeeholl   doclorn.   I     hour, neither 1  nor any other member    MoOLAHY  KuiorpYlso' o'uuli,  i,ll>o|nuli;~n  and considered on tho nltuntion at thai    have also asked the doctor 1<> oxamlpu    of, U)l.."'or 'any other department;pf tho        rauuo,, I"!!"*, or best offer. T  time.'    K ' ,        ono of  Iho  loiicl.orau.o luiUdlh|in owned   "u.uvurnm<inl him, lo my knowled/jo, made    order, lD'/l ihuul i VI), bout offer  Tho. oxlntlnn ullnlu al,Madelra l'urk   ���'l>y thu Hcbool Hoard but ho advlson mo    any arran^omu'nln conoornliiH tho.location    boat and motor,���  ape, moor trade   ���     ,- ,- -  ..- r - ���  iconic  ..          will be ullll/,od on a temporary basis wllh    lhat lllltl  bulldlnU  would _beLJinmUlahlcsJiii' jillo (>f .a .proposed medical ellnjo^jn^  TlmpipfiVfttnijt!c?iRn provlclod, Meanwhile \X\a   for Ills purpose, tho render Harbour-Madeira Park area,  ���Jimiim  '      . Approciatocl  I'lnccd  In Hlnuly  luctUlon  ��t Trail   Sorfidtuit'H Hay enjoying n ijuiut rest  liny   .Cuiilru l�� ���Socholt,  UiIh   OPY    on n hoi, tiny,' Slxtoou of Uio rim-tlc    ]j''h��>,vo worked;with Mr, Ja.ffniark on  IjroJiTt-cuilnr boneh nioutR wltli'tli'o ��� bohchos linvu boon plnccrl Ml, various   io,,or|)\Xhii haTbee^iubinlueT'^  approval of Mr. S, II, Glllbanks of   locations in,ana around Secholt, .._...  >dociov*wlll'-dctcrmlne~hli.;7cq[ulrorriRntii  aii far as a new hulldlnK, oqulpmonl and  'ouallon aro e��mcorncd, Conntrtu:tlon will  then lako place uh noon an all dctidln arc  flnidl/.od, /    ,  Mr. DawHon nald hIio hau boon hiipp.v  i.ttmtttttrvvwtPWtMbwynw.tto-.'GV- rf*awwt^��^fcwwfWM^j^i<^!fW����aiwtiW*��*i  Those are arraiiKementH of a temporary nature, Wo would hope lhat an  early atari mlitht ha made on, lho con-  slruuliop 'of a medical clinic for Iho purposes of thai,.community,, .17'  1 would  propose  Ihal, loproHOulaliveH  a    of your hcuinual IlimpUul Dlalrlel, moot,  wllh roproMoiUnllvoH ol lhe Hrlllsh Col  ���****tHt��W��V-JL.wWl  4  Ijlonal Board chairman, Harry Almond,    Umhia Hospital Insurance (Service to dln-  "Wo"hi\vo,'tnkQirtho"-vlQW*ihnrwhDn*"  some of the |)relhnlnarloH have been settled! Ihe persons bout nulled to determine  lho needs of the nrcn wero the doctor  .Involved anil your Uoh;Ioi,��1 Hospital Din*  Irlcl, woi'klnu in oo-opni'allon with tho  officers of the Rrltiah Columbia Hospital  Insurance Horvice, 11 Is this slop Ihal  1 am now proposing to, you,trioaso lot uh  have yomwlowHi"  ^.  ~9'<'i'**<***ifi*tm*>i*v*n*4vmi*miii9mimr*mimrmiinnmmmww'*  -���"Tlnies1 Classifiecis*'roach'OYor'2;500-homq��'-  (10,000 roaclors),  ��� Tlmos Classifieds ao'lNTO tho homw , ,'  not on lawns, stroots or In culvorts."   *,'' ���   ',���,Times Classifieds aro Iqw-cosl, hlahTpptancy^  bo 103 tonics,'      ; ' ,       ���,      >>.,  .,  ���Phono linos open Sunday; cja��i if led  f I'fiifiiiipiiiiiim^i'ii.fi'TfiW'f f'l'MittiiiniVitt 1  t"MWiW��(��i-Ti\  1  "ft" ^  Page A-2 The Pernjnsula Times  Wednps'dqy, August 9,  1972  \ .  y************��*mmm*m��ma*0m*t****��mm0m&____%_t__\  .-->-  "\  The Peninsula^Jmieb  \  ���\  "l^ptay be wrcfng'.but I shall not-be"so wrong as to fait lo say what J  \        Dougl^SsG. Wuiiiii.Mi, I'uhlislwr  \ .  believe to be right."  ���John A i kins  is  CIIAlRrn hy .Piroclof l'rank \\\M,  the Si-rvi.c ('.Minnillcc of'the Sunshine C.msi Revionul Boaul would appear to \\-.i\. 'son tew bar sinister tner-  lones, p.irli. ularly to tlnvse who abhor  petty diet ntorrni admmir/irnTive "Tnnnoirn-  vei's in puNie ser\aee.  Al last regular meeting of lhe hoard  it was slated that a member ol the stall'  had been reprimanded for protesting  nature of recent staff increases. This apparently arose from awarding of salaries on a somewhat unusual scale. As  pointed out in last week's Times, three  members at the lower wage level received increases ol 7 per cent. I hose in the  higher salary level were increased by u.  12 and 14 percent. The rich get richer  and the poor remain poor?. Finance  Chairman  is  Mr. J'rank  West.  For having the audacity to protest  this seemingly inequitable method of  salary increases, a stall member was reprimanded. Naughty Naughts!  An even more questionable recommendation came from this committee  July 27th. Indeed, so absorb- was il that  some members of (lie board expressed  amazement and chuckles broke out from"  members of the public present.  Latest suggestion was that policy  be drawn up which would exclude relatives of, stall' members and, in" fact,  members of a household of which there  is a board staff member from sitting as  a  director  of   the   Regional   Board.   In  traey.  other worids - ihe people of an area  would nol be penmlletj to el.vl a re pre-  sriilalive lo lhe hoard if lie, OR SHI.,  has a rel.iliu- on lhe staff, <>r is lhe member of a household of which :i member  lias a" posiiloiv on The si^lTrThl^" I aitct~~  r'esii ielion would, oi course, eliminate a  person not related to. a .stall niendvr  front silliiig on  lhe board.  One can but ponder the underlying  reasons for such an unusual suggestion.  It surely could not be that there is fear  in certain quarters of a person being,.,  elected who could prove a thorn in the  side? Certainly., if such is the case then  we would have a situation involving per-  motive. On the other hand, a clear  of  discrimination   could   prove   an  PIONEER  CHAIN  SAWS  New 1073 e/w 14" bar, reg. 149.95  SPECIAL       a      \ --- :..:,-,-���-   New 2073 c/w 16" rollernose bar, reg. 164.95  SPECIAL :\\  3071 c/w 24" bpr, super quiet transistor ignition,  full wrap handle, reg. 262.95 SPECIAL _.-  3270 c/w 32" rollernose bear, full wrap handle,  reg. 305,95 SPECIAL   _. -    -^-   of4he4#b  SECHELT HOME SEUVSCE  at the traffic light    ���-    885-2812  Going "Fishing    6  Pictured handing over the keys of his wife Alma will be missed from  Gilmore's Variety Shop to View own- the business community ^yhich they  er Mr. John Bunyan, pictured on have served faithfully for eight  right is Mr. Alex Gilmore who can    years.   Helping   Mr.   Bunyan  in  his  sonat  case  issue.  Bascicallv, reasons I'or this strange  policy bear some semblenee, of validity,  providing the matter is reversed. In fact  ihe question of board members exerting  influence' in order lo provide a job for  a iel.ii-i\e is taken care of in lhe Municipal Act, and is not permissible. In reverse the whole thing becomes laughable,  even ludicrous, I'or it is absurd to suggest the people oi an area cannot elect  the representative of their choice simply  because he or she has a sixth cousin -  twice removed - working as a janitor on  the ,board! Next we shall have policy  excluding anyone silling as a director  because he went to school with a friend  of a person who is acquainted with the  hoard  refuse collector.  now really try for one of those big  salmon which have been evading  him  for so long.   Mr.   ("ilmorc  and  new    undertaking  Susan.  is  his    daughter  UEK' RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, unci not necessarily  those of  The Times.  A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication,-' but all originals must be signed by the writer.  academies of education.  Pathetically and  New on lhe Hit Parade  tspirants  1*1 INNING  true  to  form  our  to political fame arc trotting through  the riding condemning, accusing and  promising with all the superficial ardor  and false sincerity for which politicians  have  long been  renowned.  While superfluous rhetoric flows  like cheap wine al a skid-row convention the verbal wining and dining has  changed course lo a marked degree. No  i-aics paJ the curly lo  of baby blue eyes or vow allegiance to  the trade unions. Indeed not! times  have changed���doting parents no longer  dote and the present day worker is too  smart   to   fall   for   hypocritical     back-  _��_9_m_________mmmmmm_mmmm_9_9^nnnnfyftnnginntynt^^  The Peninsula^#e*  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Locai, $6 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A., $9. Overseas, $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  new target for pol-  are   two  groups  which  were   virtually  electoral weight  -mmm_m^*%r%mlm����t*m9mmmmmmm0U0^mm'vmmimmtm  Did  You Know  There Is A  Plan  For The New  World Era  For All Mankind?  BAHA'I FIRESIDES  885-9568 886-2078  llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIUIIUUIUUIt!  BERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET LTD,  lurmorly 1:&M  Complete   Lino   of   Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  -"������'���'��� OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Pernio and Pat Shalagan  _  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii?  scratching.  . I'mcrging as the  ideal   subterfuge  until quite recently were virtually ignored as carriers of electoral weight -on  the balance of "Yea" and "Nay". The  native Indians and our senior citizens!  Since election to power of the Ottawa  fabian socialist, both groups have grown  to   appreciate   the   necessity   for   unity.  of the weapon if now commands. Each  represents a solid block of votes which,  4if used effectively, could pitch any candidate* into the slot for which he is best  suited.  AIT parties are obviously well aware  of this new transition and to their collection of well-worn hit records all have  added two new releases "Native Indian  Rhapsody" and "The Senior Citizen  Rock".  Lower clown the hit parade arc the  NDP specials "Auto Insurance Lullaby"  and "Jingle Bcll-B.C. Tel". Then there  is that current Liberal hit "We Don't  Know Trudeau" which is strictly restricted lo the provinces. Indications are  that old time Liberals hope lo use it,  by special permission, during the next  federal  election.  The Conservative contribution "A  New World Awaits"' is gaining in popularity but critics feel it will hit the top  in about four years at which time, it is  speculated, wc will be listening lo "The  ....Socred, Lamcnf, .���,.,,..������.,..������  ' Well! to' be sure, the old ailing Juke  Box is stocked to capacity but, with  .fOw.,exceptions,, old time favourites dating back lo lhe beginning of musical  wax,  Three weeks remain I'or the parlici-  pants of this massive- consortium lo lout,  and  down-right   lie,  their  way   to  the  - ballot  box,  Up to this  time  there  has  been liltlc or i)o indication of enthusiasm  from nn enlightened, public, (ieneni! nl-  liludc is rather one of ttpnihy uml boredom  which could  well   be  piken  ns  a  sign  of s.uii,sl'iicijon  wit 11   iho  piivsunl  Social Credit government.      ���"���'"#  I'.von  opposition members  are  prepared to admit Ihal no governineiil hits  done,'.more  I'or ,Ihe ' province thnh  Ihe  llennell   govcriimenl,   Mosl   people   of  (he province are aware' of litis fuel ami  probably rigidly and sincerely see lililq  Half progress  Editor, The Peninsula Times  Sir:���Your leading editorial of. July If),  1972  has been .bothering me.  Surely the chief attraction of the Sunshine Coast as a "tourist mecra" or as a  home is the very fact that we do have an  "inadequate ferry system" and thus  fewer ears, fewer trucks and buses, fewer  people and less pollution than say, Vancouver or other urban areas.  The permanent residents of the Sunshine Coast whom I have met. almost  without, exception, are of a calibre well  able to prosper in any part of this country. If bustling activity, increased industry and so on are important to the, I am  sure they would not he long in the area  and would join the mad rush of the modern  city.  My vole would go to those who recommend less easy access to motor traffic'and who put less stress on prospeiious  subdivisions,���rapid���population���increase  tragically, their formula for enlightenment is so badly disoriented from the  biological' and evolutionary pattern of  the human species, that the taxpayers'  money seems to. be used for producing  un insecurity within the child and adult  mind, that is without precedent. The  manifestations of the population explos,-  inii and the position of insecurity we  have arrived at develops the frustration  syndrome beyond any hope of control,  without great  violence.  Most of our society drown frustration  with drugs. To deal with the issues is  obviously too greal a task, as we find  il too'd'ufficult to sort out from a mountain of facts, just what the real issues are.  Success is mistakenly measured by the  amount of money a man can accumulate.  'Phis accumulation is now being done  llnougl, the destruction of the things  that maintain our freedom'and organic  environment. We pave the earth to build  THEY have cancelled  bargaining rights with  ���'���   $*���$?, v4'-;., -  Bill  3  WE would repeal Bill 3  Let me know what YOU  think.  SUPPORT  DON LOCKSTEAD  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  CANDIDATE  For Information Call  486-7430  V. W. DUKE  need for chiinge whon it how iiclmihislni-  llon is nn  unknown. c|iminity���purlieu-  lui'ly hitsetl o npiisl records,   ,  When ihe I'lmii votes are In, oounlod,  cheeked  nnd  reoheekecl,  there  reinnlns  ���8imilUlouhuion*YooiillHi~w)IM^^  Bennetl   reletisiny   his  new   till   "Here  -Wo-Are" ���Again".-',", ������ ��� ���- < ���   and the accelerated pace.  Human rights  Editor, The Peninsula Times  Sir: We are interested in the facility  of terminological expressions in the English language denoting similar actions  from opposite points of view. e.g. " inalienable human rights" and "fascist  pigs".  A chap who throws a stone and (or)  bottle at a policeman is said by some to  be exercising his ''inalienable human  rights", but if the policeman hits Him  with a slick, he is said to be a "fascist  pig". A wealth of difference in description, but the actions are similar.  And again, one craft-union pickets  another craft-union and prevents them  from working, that is said to be "inalienable human rights". But the cabinet minister" who says "Lay off it and get lot  them work", is said to a "fascist pig", (I  am .not criticizing an honest, to goodness  strike). The actions are .similar, but the  verbal descriptions thereof arc not,  "Cultural   heritage"   is   an   expression  ������'vwlilch'\lias'''Tcbm,e':'OU,t"reccntl.y'in-'',Mri-'''M'c'-'-'.'  Govern'* campaign, W-e had not heard il  since Mr,  Aberharl's .If).'!) election  campaign in Alberta: Our bucolic minds did  not quite grasp the full moaning of "cultural   heritage",   but   bpetuiso   it   entailed  ,t>!"r> pot* month for everybody wo were all  for it. At that  tirrio wc woro getting  17  ���^c'o'ntR^a"*biish'r,l���'ror"nur,"whont7*'nboiil"]"  cont  a pound  live-weight for our out lie  ������:und.. hog,s, and ,f) cents a...d.p/.cn...for e-gryi,  which wo mixed up with lho skim milk  for ohr culvoH  Into  an  oggnogg,   So   we  were nearly nil for "cultural heritage",  Incidentally,    lho    S.C.    Government  liirned mil  lo he a Itnwd one, oven II' ^ve  ' novm- liut bur tuilliiritrhni'llitfjo,'antl hd  Iiiih Mr, HonCU'H, ������������,���������-  llul like the chap In David Copper-  I'lold whu could mil keep "Kln|( Chni'len  I si's bend ont of \\\. wrltlniw", I'lywp in  hrliifl In unlllloH, So wo I'oud that Paul  llollyor has turned hlmflwll1 Into a Con-  HorvaUvo - with tho name manic- wand an  lm lurked loading Hoaman ln'o corporltlH?  Some of lho opinions, oxprafwod above  may not ho In lino with modern thought,  Bill thqi'o Ih a HtrcaH of ciuc��,rnoHH In ,.m,v  family origins,, o.ji, Onw of my unclon  y atov miiHlni'd with  parking lois and toxii? canyon dwelling  places. Our march toward so-called progress is a Death March to the grave.  The mad bureaucrats we elect, first  take away our freedom with taxes and  then destroy the organic environment,  piously proclaiming that: "the law must  apply to everybody' meanwhile they continue breaking the moral law of maintaining the balance of nature. What kind  of administration can we expect from,  such men?  The democratic process enables us to  vote for and against someone. By some  opportunists loop hole, we only vote for  some offices. It is essential that we exercise the full democratic right to vote  against candidates, thus reducing ,the  possibility of "goons" manipulating our  lives because they wore put in office by  a majority votes, ��,  DAN CARR,  R.R.  2, Gibsons.  Host a convict  Editor, The Peninsula Times  Sir:���Your current editorial in which  you slam the present Ottawa aclministrat-  , ion Is loss than generous as if yon recall  the Liberals did offer lho Pensioners a  golden opportunity to make themselves  a little extra dough, -���'���-  But, ungratefully they blew it! And  this "Opportunity I'or Seniors" was so  simple in It's demands.  .lust playing host "to a Jail bird!  Vv'  ,fn-  hiihltunl  1 bin marrnii-  fl. BROWNING  .J.UJ,, l,���Soehelt,  Sewage or Waste Water  Problems Curtailing^YourTT  ��� PROFIT PICTURE!  ��� 2 A'iMit>Jum2:.222..22:2: ..2.  * DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM!  ^EXPA^SION-prAiNIS!  W      ^ ^alH��fl   ^^ ^   "%��#    , *W_W  "%kW  ^duldhTirchferjieiiBlfftcial;  Standard Moflors of Sechelf ltd,  Sochelt  885.9464  iiuuMtacasara  Zfrr.-j;;.M\:9;  Curb destruction  iMHniVThr Ponlnnulr Times ���  Bin Snmollmo wllhin  tho Immodliito  futuro wo aro, uolnu to havo lo curb tlie (  ...nuinlacid doalrucllon of our,organic en-l  .,,,vlronn\��iiti��Mvo��roautlon*^ot*tho��ouol()Ky..  (txploHloi't (if |wo ynai'H atfo H<H>nir. Jn have  Mlo|)pfid tip' ilio iiourn'tilH' aiid paychoHln of  lho pi'odalurH, lo ,a nlatu wham lwo of  nyr.mont bolovwl boaiily npntH haVu boon  alnjoMf Ifitally rulnod,   ,  Thoflrnl. and montohvlntiH ono In Ihe  ���'" wniorfHll' nn Chnpmnn'Crool;, loi{f(od innl  nhilllatml,'Tho nocondi'the dolilghtftil buy  ,, approximately lwo mllon nm't') of Puchoit  roiHlH^WnnlrMfl^  I'oviirlnK lho delicate wctwiyHtomn of Dm  :.;7|nrsp.h9rffiv:7wiwr9:;:itp,m .^uwniniipr, ��� \w,\  lioini blind to lho bounty nnd rccrciiUonnl  pulunllal of that. HorHPOtiH placo,   ^iMauJb!L-iMiL'��iaIU!jlU!fl I1U.0UC wlule  iioclely are Valium tlml can be connldoreil  "^nniiiinitriPRirihwritVfinitQrh^ircronvoiifiir  lho very ihlnitn Ihi^t havo ni'ifitiduvd lhe  oi'Rnnle cycle for mllllonn of yonn., Tim  [{ronton1! of thoao polluter*, ana huninom;.  mon.wf. Hoot Into ({jovornmo|ij, nnd hnc���  onucrfdlc officii, In lho hope Ihal one  | -dny wa wll) two poaeo and hnrinoiiv  [   Ihroiijih their leylfilallon, and ronlrul n[  Maybe it'S tlW mtmnhm:  of lho good Ihlngs'in life aricl whore Ihoy InyolvG'rnQriGy, my slnff nnd I rVfllio���'  Roynl Bnnk can help rrmkB IL happen. Among our many services  wo hnvo a varlolyof flexible borrowing plans, lhat give yon cosh ovon hoforo  ���you go out to buylhlngs7That way you likely gou belter buylnq  ,  ,prloe,,ancl pay less, Interest; And that's Jusl ono . ...   . , .'" .  way wo oan help your plans along, fund   ..6oon0r..lhan,.you,thfnk,lQl,6 8��t.1 .., ,.   *        ��� .  togother and talk over your^  ���~mpneydTiRller9r��----��*^--  Community Corner  OpfiNINQ,"OpNi Our noyr Pransh In Madeira Park  AiiciM'ii  10���-fl |>,m, Pondor'lioihoiir Comtnunlly  Cliihllinan,  Auauitl 10���Socholt liicllnn dcind Council Offlcot.-r-'  IJGANSI-Mnnilnn. "  .l^!M!!il���.Xfcl^.i30 i'-m' f1"'"/1|B WUhoui pari  iio'r��',Plciilc, CoopeiH Grrmn, Rorlrouffh,  IfvGlth MUttyji Manpgor  K0YAbBANl<c  Serving British Columbia,  Saoholl'  '  T6lophoncv. a0B-S^O1  warn  ^a*aWWWW����aiA(9��MBii  -ft"  *tU  SiH��fc-MWMW��awliMH  ���J1-  9^Mvt^mmmmi^mmi^imm  w��mii^W%y)itt��wpi*<^w^^  X  '.,. '   '"-I V  \  '��*.#��� **������ *~ *--.  ��*?���%' ��i*Xs����^��".^5  *>  ���\  -\  ^7,::  'j'\v--.  jobor program...  NDP Leader Dave Barrett  '.���<������ .' 7 .......  outlines eightpbint plan  \  NEW Democratic Party leader Dave Barrett _has unveiled an eight-point labor  program   designed   to   heal. ^B.C.'s   labor-  management  wounds.  Speaking   at  a   business   luncheon  in  M-he   Hotel   Vancouver ^Tuesday,   BaiTett '  said  the  province has been 4wracked  by,  vindictive     labor-management   \ relations"  which have developed from Sodial Credit^  party's unrealistic labor laws/  ;_  "We   desperately   need   an   improve*  ment   iri  B.C.'s . labor-management   relations,"   said . Barrett.   "Twenty   years   of  eon*i'orrtatiurr~is~too muclTT '"  "The New Democratic Party MLAs  are committed to fighting for the following eight principles:  "One: an end to compulsory government intervention and a return to^ mutual  responsibility; x  "Two: replacement of the Mediation  Commission  groups of unions participate in joint bargaining; i  "Eight: set up the government as a  model employer that will accord full  bargaining "rights, opportunities for employee involvement in decision-making  .and generally develop an atmosphere of  respect and confidence between workers  and employers." s ' ...   .  7    Barrett .said  the  present  government  \of  B.C.  has  "completely   alienated  labor  and is in the process of alienating, management."  "The huge majority of the Social  Credit-party- has resulted"'iri worn-out  policies," said Barrett. "The Social Credit  government believes it should never ruin  a good promise by doing something so  the people of B.C. must force government into making improvements*"  He said the government could be forced into action by increasing the ranks  of the NDP MLAs in the opposition.  For further information' - John Twigg  or Garth .Brown 253-7521.  Wednesday, August 9, 1972 The Peninsula7^.��� pQge A 3  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  A BEACH party organized by. the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission last  week at the Pat Murphy property was  attended by about twenty teenagers.  They swam and danced; they enjoyed a  sing-song around a small campfire to  music played -by Hanne Bjerre on her  guitar and they cooked hamburgers on  the Murphy barbecue. Norman Belanger,  the convenor, expressed appreciation to  Mrs. Pat Murphy for the use of her home  and facilities.^  RESCUED  Bill Pallant set out for Gibsons in his  boat on July 30 with the avowed intention   of,, winning   a   boat   in   the- Howe-  Sound  fishing  derby.  Instead  he  almost  lost the boat he already had.  At the end of a disappointing day of  fishing, he put his companion ashore at  Gibsons and was heading for home at  about 8:30 p.m. through a fairly choppy  sea.   Off   Roberts   Creek   he   hit   a   log  For All Your General  Home Repair  from Cellar to Roof  call  COR ZUIDEMA  885-2135  ���by Mary Tinkley  which made a hole in his boat.  Realising that it was just a matter of  time before the boat sank, he had the  forethought to tie his small spare engine  to the boat with a piece of rope.  When the boat capsized he managed  to climb on to the bow which was still  above water. With the sea quite rough  and the light beginning to fail, most  wise fishermen were safely at home and  Bill had quite a while to hang on and  meditate.  At last a boat came in sight of him  and the owner, R. R. Hensick of North  Vancouver stopped and came to the rescue. He was anxious to, get his wife and  two boys safely home to Vancouver before darkness made conditions worse, so  he took BilJ aboard and put him ashore  at Roberts Creek, leaving the sunken  boat. Bill telephoned Sechelt Towing and  Salvage who managed to find the boat  and towed it back to Halfmoon. Bay.   BtH-  is   congratulating���himself   that  though the boat is in poor shape, he did  at least manage to save both his engines.  VACATIONERS  Charlie Coatham and Mrs. Mabel Aik-  enhead are home after a two-week tour  of the interior of British Columbia. They  visited Williams Lake, Barkerville and  Quesnel and fished for Kamloops trout  in Loon Lake near Clinton. Stopping for  a visit - at Boston Bar, they crossed to  North  Bend by the aerial ferry.  Special   Award  Mrs. Florrie Clayton and Mr. Richard Clayton of Shop Easy were not  looking for "laurels" when they recently donated window space for an  Independent Order of Odd Fellows  display. However they did receive a  laurel plant and certificate of appreciation for this service, last week.  Saying "thank you" (from left) is  District Deputy Grand Master Ivan  T. Smith to Mrs. Clayton and Mr.  Clayton. On right are Past Grand,  Jack Bdundy and Noble Grand of  Sunshine Coast Lodge No. 76 Frank  Walker.  MORE     ABO UT   ...  ��� Land development  ���from  page A-l  visions should be made -for public assess  to the waterfront which could be a 66'  esplanade with a road allowance or a  park area to one side of the development. It was also suggested the. apphcatr  ion be kept under consideration and that  this additional information be provided.  Finally  that  the  Planner obtain  a  map  "by individual mediation  who have the power to make recommendations  for settlements;  "Three: modernize the Labor Relations board by making it a full-time body  consisting of people recommended , by  labor and management, and all decisions  to be made in writing;  "Four: consult with both labor and  .j. management sides through an established  consultative procedure before implementing new labor legislation;  "Five: implement a minimum wage of  $2.50 per hour throughout B.C. to help  establish an atmosphere of economic security to go along with job and business  security. The $2.50 minimum wage would  also protect honest businesses from competition by cut-rate employers;  "Six: permit collective bargaining for  all employees in the province, including  agricultural workers and workers accorded professional status;  "Seven: provide government assistance in streamlining collective bargaining  by   helping   groups   of   businesses   and  imhm����...m.....���nnnnnnamatnnauaauuaj  0AITC1ED  INVEST  IN  YOUR  COMMUNITY  Your CREDIT UNION Uses your funds to promote local home building,  purchase of appliances, even your holidays.  shoeing  the   status   of  all   public  road"-  ways and trails in the area.  WHARF LIGHTING  Request that lighting systems be installed at government wharfs in the Pender Harbour area gained little support  from the Department of Transport. Harbour and Wharves Administrator C. E.  Brooks replied that as no revenue is being  received from any qf the wharves involved, his department would be unable  to accept the financial liability for oper-  TOTEM CLUB  GO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ��� DOOR PRIZE *  You earn interest at rates as good or better than  available elsewhere.  Your CREDIT UNION  contributes substantial  sums in wages, taxes  and supplies to the local economy.  The Provincial Share and Deposit Guarantee Fund protects the Shares  and deposits of all individuals in every Credit Union in British Columbia.  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION is geared to serve all the residents  . of the Sunshine Coast with  1. Life Insured Savings.  -   2. High interest earning  investment plans.  3. Interest earning chequeing accounts.  4. Money orders.  5. Attractive Life Insurance Plans.  "  6. Charter flights available.  Drop in and discuss YOUR financial problems���Investment, Savings,  ���. or Borrowing, with our staff.  We are open Tuesday to Saturday from  10:00 a.m.  to 4:00 p.m.  Our office is located on Wharf at Cowrie  in SECHELT  Our mail address is P.O. Box 375, SECHELT, B.C.  OUR PHONE NUMBER IS 885-9551  Spending   the  summer  vacation   with,* ation   and  maintenance  of  Jichtiiif?   sv��  NOTICE  To residents oft Pender Harbour,  Egmont   and   Earl's  Cove.   John  iBreen is pleased to announce he  has   been   appointed   Agent   for  the Commercial Union Assurance  Group   and   will   be   pleased  to  'quote"oh"all Ihusrahce heeds, including  life. i  Phone JOHN  BREEIM  883-2794  (24 hours)  the Archie Rutherfords are their twin  nieces, Dana and Doreen Spence of Vancouver.  A lively part of the Redrooffs area  this summer is Duck Rock Beach where  all cottages are. full and life goes with  a swing.  At the Jack Temples arc their grandchildren, Bonnie, Brenda, Brian and Bobby ��� with their parents Eddie^ and Leigh  Stewart of Williams Lake,  At the McPhalen cottage are" Bill  Corson and his family, while his mother,  Mrs. Dv M.. Corson, is. a guest at the  Tinkley home. Her sister, Miss Hilda  Ross is a guest of her brother, Don Ross.  ,    Carry a litterbag in your boat, car or  plane.  ,  iil^U-i^islt'^^^"  of CANADA  ��aw����M����Mi����iMWV��iv��v��n��Mm����n��WMW��www    iitLrtllCLl      rHUMwwiav��n<iofMWMtnn<��<��fHMt'a��<><vam'HMW(i  7      Is pleased to announce 'a' display  ...,:.... ,,.....,.���������..'. 2,2 .. , , , ��� ���   , ���     '��� , .    ���     ; ,i  of Paintings by' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray  VV>i*4%**ttu%x%nru^ruuinnan4Wfmntv*<n*uu%tuvwuvut4init^^  ;''' '*;'      ;: display witc be '';:;'  v      10 a.m. to 6 p.m: FRIDAY, AUGUST 11th  10 aim   to 3 p.m, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th  terns if installed.  Mayor Ben Lang expressed the view  that if the wharves are government facilities then the department should be responsible for lighting.  Director Jim Tyner explained that  they are government wharves but mostly with private extensions,  Mayor Lang suggested the board has  "  clearly   been   dealing   with   the   wrong ���  official.  Director Tyner also commented on refuse , pick-up. facilities lacking at the  wharves. Administrator Charles Gooding  said he has contacted the collector and  ���understands' the 'matter ?has. now beeh're-  solved.  AMBULANCE SERVICE  Letter on behalf of the Sechelt, Senior  Citizens Branch (if) regarding need for a  free   ambulance   service   throughout   the  '���district was read out, ���  ^JMny-��'-LuniJfcreculloU-,lho��l��cUlliat~ho���  had brought up the mmo matter at last  meeting of tho board. He added that ho  ia presently flwaiUngcoHt of operation  ilgures ond bUUhUcb from-.the Cunningham Ambulance Sorvlco,  "Both  villages  .contribute to ambwlaneo sorvlco" but* in a  way. I huppoho the whole system 1H In-  ��� equitable.'!  ���,   , ,. ,,. ,, ,,.,,.  It was ipovecl tho , mutter., bo tabled  ponding a brcak-down of g'osIm ancl flu-  nre;i of ambulance norvleo,  ���  At MlflH Bqo'h you may' have any purl  cjha.so' from any .store gift wrapped froo  of charge - JuhI buy your paper and rib-  ��� l>on from'MlHH Boo and Hho will'do llio  wrapping, Wharf, Road, Sooholt,  ������.���������;  ���m^^^f  < ft a '   ' t-       '    ' ***'(' 111  lm^ir^  I iVsiWWWWSM"***!* I  frCr"*" i K A to? -��. ��vn  -EA-SY~SUMMER*MV1NG*  BEAVER HOMES  Mow You Can Stop Wishing  and Own That Dream House  Drizzle or dazzle,  Jt1s~xamwecir*~~mm  WHAT  to woiu-Jn  tho ,rain  thin Hpi'liifi? Tho Mimu now  colorful coal, tont or toppor  you wear In '��� tho wind and  lho Hun,  All-woiilhor In thu watchword, and, tho now  Hllhouot-  |Vr  .��>  iBEAVER  Serving Canaille w��  Jor.oYcr..��5P.y��n.r��  will, contldoncp  I a..itnw*wwmm*tK.  , I  Dullvuiy   \.   Immodlalaly 'and   you're  living. In your now homo boloro you  Hcno'w"itrTh'oT"Q"irq~i6��arfoprosiintn--"  ��,..���/�� In-your orog who know* tho build**  Ina regulations apd will personalise  your needs,  ���    .      ^    lk , t, ,ln    ,      rtfil     w *�����;  miii, mo  now  Hiinouai-  'Soo'how'much niorp you can aotifor your monaylDoQVor   \M    \w  ���>  ti)Q H(1���Htm m.G H,viQ,i  ��� has a comploto-solectlon'of*]*S*bcdraofn*preclaloin"bullt-t^^rT,"-'*���:.?.Zulf_^nZ^r^_vl   l  laqtory h9rna��,���Our,.JMlly���IHu��li;fltod.,cp|or..hooklot���shows  moro lhan 50 homos to tjuli, your InoQds qnd wo can  arranoo l|nonclno lallorod lo your IhkIqoI, '       ,  Dlncovor lor youriioll |uh| how uahy II Ik to own a now  Donvor homo, Coll tif> today, It'n on liiYciMiw.nl In your  fomlly'tt luturo���and a happy oxporlcnco, ���   ���  i m m m rf r* m m nr* mm pirmimm mm m m n m r* Tinmm^HmriHmmwtmmimmimmmmimmtxr*  BEAVER HOMES .��� Box 248rSurrayf B.C.  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(Hialtid    hIijuI,uiuh_Jii  /<ro��r 131k   lableololh   cluit'lui,  -CnnvnRr*'corflucKott"*An"(V"'J(!liino'"  aro ��� alno  very' muoh  on   Urn  i ncono. alouR with cotton pop-  linn, drmlma nndniRROd flnx-  ��n wo'uyoH, ,'      ,     .        '  Tho colore-, HlopllRhi, yollow,  hrlRhl   rod  and   kolly  jiroon,  ���:��n woll m pnlo noiuralH, n��vy  unci black,  Woncly steps Inlo new fqshion lhls fall wllh tho yory  popular plalcl sGorsuckor jacket, single' breasted clos-  ���Ing with now wldo lapels, To complo'tQhdr outfit she*  . wearB'f-cQ,nitrastlrtgvhlflh1*WQlsted^p'Q'nfs,''^lth tho now  w|t|o cuffs, qnd 100% washable turtle ,nock swoalar.  , I1*.  _ IHoathor-���.>/^illi,l:all,.comes Jho���,na,w���,'smockJook ,in.a ,L  wool and polyestor( blond seersucker, The bodice, Is  splcccl up with a cotton oyolot fnsof lhat matches that ���  of thesloovos.,Rod rlck-rqqljt trim and a rod detqchqble  tie finishes It off, lirq variety of plaids those mod  . smock drosses ralall q| $19.95 ,.     '  A cotton gingham smock dress, suitable with pants or  alone Is Thorosa's cholcp. Accented with white cuffs  ancl collpr"arid small pucker pockets* these garments  come in rod(black and mauve chock' at $7,98, Her  white fortrel pants feature split.knees and flare leg  in sizes 9-15 at just ,$9,95.    ^ Pa. ct"Hp^  . an    ���  Something now on,the.fashion scone,Is the cycle suit.  Hero wo soo'Suzanne modelling ono In heavy c.pttorv\  clonlm. Tho battle stylo. Jacket comploto In motal but"  tons Is tvvo toned as are tho split knee flare pants..  Sizes, range from 7-15 and retails at $19.95,  [  IliJliMiJIDIlUHWiillP!  mmmm  mmmm  TTicsiQara^^  acrivlngdaily al your. Slodnidn Dccilor Store 'featuring "POT  OF GOLD" specials for Iho month of August wllh prizes such  "^rfHcTfon spoQ<n>i"c7cl^  pocket size Kodak Comoro, trqnslstor radio,'Tlmox watch,  so Join In iho savings. Win prlzos and help us win bur POT  OF GOLD during this Canada W|do conlost,  Yoim ^EyBaBEfaaiaa peAl^r  Sochelt  anetu  ',. -.   (/  Trail Bay Contro  nnmw1***!  flmwaJ^HViSW1 t��fi*i|��SWU  BB5-2335  *-^JW^%ja;^ivjy��yir<i��'-��*itJH*a*��<*iri  wHPajM#aww>>B i*M>jtfwwa?��fiWiM  rt*��fw*mi!iYSMf lesiiifrwiW is����awi.at,.  KHgAtefttMi \  \  ���\  V  \\  \  w  V  fyoge A*4 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1972  <*J**WM**tf*MWaHJTtfM^  rp     n ' v ^ Sechelt - Phone 885:9654  lHEFEmNSULA J4i?m��  (3ibson*c Phone 886-2111  Classified  Published Wednesdays "by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  PERSONAL (Continued)  Member, Audit Bureda  of Circulations   x  March 31,  1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175  or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  REAL ESTATE  WANTED ��� Acreage . with   or  without,   small    home.    Full  details    please, ' Box x 3K    c/o  Bhx     310,    Peninsula     Times,  . SechaU       38^37-  REAL ESTATE (cont)  \ - -   .  FOR   SAl'.E���Gibson-:.    1    1,^1-  li'lCilll     I'nll'lih       l"if'-c(lltl!lil    .',  lrr\\  '.til   .'.eJj.JU.i.'l lnli'iiiil.illr      $11.0(111  liUli ',i;:,', io�� :t'.  POTENTIAL      vii'w" '   lot   -hi  Davis   Bay. .72   ft.   n   2(55   ft.  All   services   available.   Phot  88'5-2122. .    178-3J   V- :   FOR  RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hail      Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  FOR "vacationers duruig Aug^.  ust, a self contained -furnished ba.'.-.cment suite in Gibsons. Close ' to 'wharf, stores  and    beaches.    $M)'   per    w eek.  Wanted  wORK WANTED  Mo|b  .bile Vic  omes  (Continued)  for  wahted  rinaii'   enp-  ai^a-   Phone  \ m-_?-  , rh-WRI'TERS,   adding  nun- , repairs and. safes  i, ,i n  mac-  . Ph.  7-tfn  1+ELP WANTED  Fleetwood Logging Co  \ Loggers seeking  employrYtent  T.OG  TRifCfv  u_.  7  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES      ���  'lopping - falling danger trees  - limbing for view.  Pi ornpt,   experienced, ^insured  work.  HEA.V"  DRIVER  -MAN  DijTV MECHANIC  _ All t;RS  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  (This rate does not apply to  commercial  Box Numbers  Ad-Briefs)  10c extra  Beautiful  Recreational  Park-like  160 acres  ,v near  Secret*" Cove '  Weir elevated���property,  some  Also    boat    rental  Phone  88(1-7374.  u  desired.  90-tfn  Transportation daily f-rom  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vujieoityt-r S^adu, Telephone  for  M/Nab L"rjeiilv_._L!r_JA'J,ite la  i i kNaCE    installations    and  i.urner    service.    Free    estimates.  Ph.  886-7111. 36-t.fn  MOBILE HOMES  SELMA Park, ocean front,  furnished 2 bedrooms, electric heating. Sept. 1st to June  30th. "$135 per month includes  water. Phone 885-2637.  , 11-Stfn  Box 1/10.v Port Mellon, B.C. Ail  encfiaries, attenuon Tony Dur-  alia (or phone 1585-24357 after  6 p.mTAUention W. Bradshaw.  185-37  BABY sitter wanted in Wilson  Creek  area.  Phone 885-2475  l!-)70 12 x 64' Broadmore W-W  carpet front room, hall and  2 bedrooms.; wall oven, count-  ertop\stove, fridge, oilfurna.ee.  20x7 aluminum canopy, metal  ... tooLshed, skirted. Phone 886-'  9810.   ' 203-37  MONDAY ' Homes.���1 owner,  ' 10750', 2\. bedroom, ' KiT\  SiPi^a trailer, 8' years' did..  : Moved to your location and  blocking supplied, ��� Financing  available, $4500. To see, phone  886-2618. ...      y   99-38.;  BOATS & ENGINES       ~~  , -,__ : i������: ,   -\   .  BETH MORRIS  YACHT SALES LTD.  617 Bidwell Aye. ��� ������  Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts ancj  Engines.  Good   Listings  Wanted  ;     Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs ,  SAKINAW LAI<P  Box   374  NGibsons,   B.C.X -   886-7424  8173-tfn  1%   HP  EVINRUDE for  sale,  $110.  Used  one  season.  Ph,  885-2490. '     161-37  DeluxeXBk hortie in a beautiful setting���has 165 ft  lake frontage,  5'3"acres,  road access fr^m H^v.   101,  float,  h,dro   $60,000.  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL���PLUS A BOAT  -^mall-bfiek^end-eement-bl.x-l^hom.3^needs^.^  but already has a beautiful  rock faced fireplace, bathroom  with  shower, electricity and  water.  Covered patio.   Includes T2' Tfibre-  glass Sangstercraft  boat with  40  hp  Merc.  Good  value  here  at  $12,000.  Adjoining   lot available for  $6,500.  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up, to . A lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Event:, take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:  Local Areo ���.> $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  _ $7.00  yr.  U.S.A.  $9.00 yr.  Overseas $10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   Conada       Single Copies , ���  Copyright   and/or   property  ocean views, trails and light  timber. Lane access from high-  Way ^ at only $67,500. Some  terms, c/o Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Seehelt, B.C.      8733-tfn  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered,, deep, very  accessible to water making if  ideal for a year round wharf.  $17,500. Phone 880-7374 after  5:30 p.m. Write Box 708,  Gibsons,  B.C. 9050-11'n  3..%   ACHES,    potential    view.  TiMicum    Bay    area,   $8,500.  Call M. Hemstreet at 886-2535.  18(5-37  alter   3:30   p.m.  171-37  SMALL 2 bedroom furnished  collage. WW carpe, cur-  purl, .mtsido Gibsons. Older  couple or older t'.eiit onlv.  8Hti 2983, - ���!?.�� 38  HOUSE for |-ent large room-;,  lireplnee. :.::'.(l U'u'ilie, Suit,  eutip.e oi' couple wiih baby.  $12:. month. Write Advertiser.  Box 170 c/o The Times, Box  310. Seeiiell,  BC 170-38  I.ARGK furnished siule, close  to waller and store. Available to responsible people  only. Abstainers-, mm smokers.  Ph.   885-2809. 181-37  $3.50  $4.00  __15c  rights  subsists  in  all  display  advertising  with   exceptional  services available.  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged lo lhe newspaper. Advef-���  rising 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  NiiOgraphical error, that portion  at the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b\i\ the balance of the advertise-  .....nt will be paid for at the ap-  pncuble rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled beforfl  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rale for lhe additional  work.  H  ' , i i ,'i?  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT'  WESTERN DRUGS  ...   is   pleased  to   sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents,  MATiG' nnd Dave' HoclfiiiVs' tiro  pleased hi announce) Ihu arrival   of u  son  Michiiel  Colin,  8 lbs.,-1  07.,, on July -20, 1972,  170-37-  LARGE   loi  view.  Al  $6,500.  FOR those Wanting a family  home in a rural setting we  offer 1 acre with fine 'Ranch-  er" consisting 3 largo brirmS.,  spacious . living room with  kitchen features counter-lop  range and wall oven in colour.'  Utility, 'vanity bath has enclosed lub. Attached carport  and storage room. Try your  offer  near  $25,000.  $110 WATERFRONT, comfortable 2 bedroom furnished  collages. Sept. 4 to June 20.  Lease. 1st and last month's  rent. Damage deposit. References please. Ph. 112-433-3610.   '103-38  CARETAKERS required for  Green Bay in Agamemnon  Channel. 213 acres paradise  with good accomodation. Free  rent tor taking care of property.   Ph   883 -''A?... 172-37  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   wait.  iesses   wanted   full   or   part  time   Livv  in or out. Call  the  Jollv   Borer   Inn   885 9998.    -  179-tfn  Help Wanted, female  DAILY   light   office   cleaning,  etc. in evenings.  Phone 885-  2235, 199-39  CLERK-STENOGRAPHER  Dept. of Rehab. & Social Improvement, Sechelt, Post Oi-  C.cc   Bldg     To   carry    out. alL  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  LTD.  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C. ���Van.  Direct:  68^-3133  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  WATERFRONT:   Gibsons,  50'  w-f  lot with cottage,  rents year round. Lovely setting on good beach. Terrific  investment.   FP $16,000.  Must be sold: Brand new, 4 bdrm. horhe, large lot,  lovely view, complete with w-w carpet, etc. Full basement, Going! Going! for only $32,500. Easy financing.  GARDEN  BAY  Attractive 3  BR home,  dble.  plumbing,  fireplace, sundeck.- Very  i    ���      ~. T    _   '.    7^1   77     i _' j ._     ffoc nrtrt  large basement.   Beautifully  landscaped.   $35,000.  BROOKS COVE-^HALFMOON BAY  One year old, 3  BR winterized  Panabode home-���full  bathroom,  sundeck. Stove, frig, furniture, dishes, bedding, etc. all included.  Xpprox. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  GIBSONS  2   choice   commercial   lots���right   across   Hwy.   101    from   Twin  Creek Building.Supplies.' $1 0,000 each.  Call:  Lorrie Girard,  MacGregor Pacific Realty Ltd.  926-5586 (Van.) or 886-7244 or 886-7760  TRAILED  trailer      No  Coasl    Trailer  for     renl.     Apply  ii.     32,     Sunshine  Park.   Gibsons.  184-37  SHADOW  boat for  for  the  lure,, a  derhv.  beautiful  88(77872.  445-37  NEWLY   LISTED:   Near  home     consisting     lge.  shaped      living-dining  with  fireplace  and   view  dows.  v'a n+t-v-  Family    size  -bath."   Full  new  "L"  room  win-  kitchen.  -basemerrt-  WANTED TO RENT  RESPONSIBLE     family     seek  furnished    house   from   Se^t-  tom'her to November; Ph���^^^  COMING EVENTS  ** TV" A '^IT^,,1,^,l,*C*fl,'^'''>'" 1 **!*'*��* ���*! l'v|T.4W.WS||��iWl,(.l.v:J--|����I|l..��.    ��.,l.llwW:|Jr  BACK to .Hobool sale al  Morgan's, stui'tH AukumI  Kith.  ... , ,.... ,.,.,..",..; ,.17.4.-37  PERSONAL  features completed rec. room. 9095.  Lge. utility area with washroom. Furnace room and large  "cold" room. Economical hot  water heat. Grounds attractively landscaped and fenced.  Matching garage. Immediate  occupancy. $29,500. and terms  can be arranged to suit.  RETIRING? Be sure to see  ���this little 4 room gem. Good  location. 2 bdrms., cab. kitchen and charming living room  with fireplace. Attached carport with slorago.ond Full  price  only   $17,500.   terms   loo.  IN   PRESTIGE   AREA:   Modern l'osl & Beam waterfront  home. The spacious open  plan  living area has cul stone fireplace,   ceiling   to    floor    view  windows, sliding glass door to  private   sundeck   from    living  room, " com,    kitchen,    breakfast area overlooking the rear  rock   garden.    Mahogany   ancl  Avocado   decor   and   features  matching   built-ins.   3   bdrms.,  V o'lmiito,  Vanity  4  po, ba'lh-  ���I'oom.  Large  unfinished   bsml.  and   separate   utility.,   Pos.ses-  "sion'oh $18.00t)i clowiV,     "7���������"'���  GOWKR   POINT   ROAD:   1120   ,squure..,l'u(.'V,,1'nur.e .oon.stni.c;  lion for sheer pleasure in living, 2 nice bdrms,, view living  room has fireplace and W-W  eurpcl, Modern Client wixxl  kitchen Ulllily or nlorugo  '���vonm~A 11 nchecl-cttr port r- 3- f 1 ~-  dry crawl .space, Large corner  lot, Level walk to I'.O. and  ' Mhops! ���������"$211'B0I)," full     price.  tiiia-'  189-37  clerical and stenographic  work, in a single stenographer  District Office. Good typing  and shorthand; tree years' office experience is required,  however, recent graduates are  invited ,t.o make application.  Starting salary up to $447 depending on experience. COMPETITION No. 72:9f)3A. Obtain 'applications from the  CIVII, SF.RVLQ'. COMMISSION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, 411 Dunsmuir Street.  -VANCOUVER, and return IMMEDIATELY. 37  Member of the Multiple Tlistihg Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal  service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY No's 2554 and 2067  CHECK THIS: Buy two of three, live in one, operate 2nd. Equipped  campsite over V_ acre, showers, etc. $3,500. 3 room furnished  cottage, steps to campsite and beach access, $4,900.. Furnished  duplex on flat beach, steps to campsite, $7,200. One third down  on any of these lease prODerties with good terms, puts you in operation.   CALL   PETER   SMITH   885-2235   or   885-9463   eves.  PENDER HARBOUR No. 362542  View lot at Madeira Park.  Short walk to Govt, wharf ahd shops.  1 40 ft. frontage on paved road. On water system and hydro only.  $2,000 down. CALL BOB KENT 885-9461  eves.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL  ESTATE AND  INSURANCE'  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   U;3U   p.ni,,   TIhu'h-  dnyH. Wilson Crook Comriiuu-  lty Hnll.-Ph. W93277"  Mir>7-.|l'n  BAHA'I:''Fci|tlvr,tivrnminl,dutl(!,  8*10.001)8/80(1.2078,'"''   Ifill-ll'n  COAST CONTRACTING  Biflldlng - All typon,  Roofing ��� Diiiirold  HhlnglPfi  HhnltoH - ���Aluminum    '������  PnlntliH,{ - Int., EM. - Huh, &_  _______     Cpimmirulid  "i't'l'IIIH.  K.  ALL  BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  TYPES   INSURANCE ;  CUbflonH, B.C.  Phono 880.SJ00O  MEMBER'     i 7  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  <1<17-')7  VIEW   Iol,   In   Wont   Soel.oll,  UO'xlfill',  "Wi-lor,   pnwor  und  pliuno, lli'lOdO., ,plum�� Mbr'AMl.  , 07-H7  Grant harm Landing: If you have $3200 you can own  this stucco 2 bedroom home^wjvh 2 lots. Unobstructed  ''''sweeping vl^  ingroom,   FP $15,000 only.  Selma Park:  Now 2 bedroom home. Very tastefully  decorated, Fireplace in livingroom, Good size kitchen-  >. utility room, Large workshop and carport, Concrete  ���,/!r Lffi^,9.y ^, P.o,,��� 5.9^  Waterfront: Selma Park, Government Lease lot with  60' of waterfr'ont on'lovely beach. Sheltered mooring  and lovely viow. 3 bedroom home with extra suite ancl  bathroom  in basement,   Ideal   lor two  families.   FP  $11900,  , i ��di.^___j���, ,1  GIBSONS No. 2559  A couple of blocks to schools and shopping centre on quiet road.  Spacious three bedroom home with large lot, some view of ocean.  Full price $25,000 terms. CALL JACK WARN 886-2681.  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very-large-park-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to-$6,000 with good terms.  75:ft   _  -135 ft.  WATERFRONT LOTS  $16,500 90 ft.  _��� $-19,000 88 ft.  . 250*fr.. lease-lot��� $12,000  .'$18,500  . $18,500  WEST SECHELT GARDEN SPECIAL No. 2598  This lovely south exposure oroperty, with^ g��.��d 2 bedroom home,  has a most beautiful garden, greenhouses, covered patio, with  exotic shrubs, bulbs, etc. both native and imported. DON'T LOOK  if you aren't a gardener, but to the gardener, I guarantee surprises  and enjoyment." Asking price $27,000' with $18,000 down, short  term balance. CALL PETER SMITH 885-2235 or 885:9463 eves.  REDROOFFS AREA No, 262566  Forested lot. With over an acre for that "Country Atmosphere".  100 ft, frontage on paved road. Just a short walk for easy, access  to beach and'boating! Full price only $5,500, CALL BOB KENT              ,     885:9461  eyes.  GIBSONS RURAL No, 2520  'Half'dcre'on ihe Gbwo'r Esplah^  glonal wdler, phone and hydro, A summer cottage qnd two rentals  for $25,000 with all the bonoftls of waterfront, with terms. CALL  ..  JACK WARN. 886-2681.      ���...,���  -ti  Concroto  - biMuinonln - tilclo-  - will lfin - Mini ,.& ruUilnlntt wullii,  (floor covui'lnu .... himiUitlun,  Phone 886-7320 '  UOIHMfn  NEW  M  bod room  hmino  on  *^nfiFwn*^l^F*lotrCon'VPnipni  lv    ItHjuUuJ;   cjiilot   nolKhb.).'-  ���hntjci.-I'll, m"i)-ai34,----".'��.fla-a7'.  lU'lAUTlKUlVirocfd-loi, iiivuly  Vll-'W,:.lldWO,t'uUIHl��� .lD'l    11.  ri'iiniiifu.) X' 7(1 ft. Ml Hoi'vii-uH.  V\ww llllB.KOK), HII.-30  .pENDER-HApBOUR������ ���>-  UOYPLY SRTTINQv A pork-llKr? loi on Oyitor l-onoon, ii'm hydro  ond wrjloi doivlcinl nwd only 1.1,000 nv,l, rmiulii'd lf> oildno |iiini  ol  46,001),   hy your nllor,  WATnUPRONTi UK)' IronKmn on llnihulii linrhnin wllh minny  iiliulhoiirnAiiti'.iiii.'"qi'iil honiilllnl vlosv" I'ull.j amonQfii' toll (fvnr-  7.,,  . oi��)oiih un.llili.Jiiviil lot. "Id. Juiil (i |u)iit'y.(M.. I'I 3,0.00..,....,,...,.,  WAjliUI'HONIi ll'O'.ul pryiwi,iud t|yi;pjiHwiogii vvllh nic�� I'VHch,  nnd old, lainlilnm humiihlrciil, I 5 nrruii mr.ludnu view Iol acron-i  Pfl'li-f'^Hthrni -'"IW'^hmj ond *.'*rv|rc7i.,--A ��� rr��q| Iniy at ��� Mli.OOO���>���         llMllltii ,  II0II1P  WATL'RFRONTj..Approx^aloly 27S' ojdcop protected wotor wllh  nlctmnnrly honClron oyer 4ncrPi in Mfidclro I'orkv Hai boon ����!���  uctlyoly cfoorwl lor camp unlit* ond motol, Porloct -vpot (or ollhnr  llimpiirpofioor?? Woll Worth osldng prlco of p0,000 and shonkl  *WATKRFRONT.*��Tl^lMr^iw��*wiMWMM^  ilen Pny CMoloa, each hovo fl boach', Ono Is not for mIo, bul'tho  ,bihor,'lot 10, 1*1 Our slan i�� on, Phone lor oppoinlmonl or Jn.il  "   .     clriyojn, hnvi? n'loolv and coll mo (or pnrllciilarn.  Call JocK Mormon at PQiiclor Harbqur  (883-27^5) 'ZA haw.  CHARLES ENGL  "i ��-  /,  ISI-I LTD,  ,Char>ler Ropcl: On 2'Vs'acros nice flat land'with ylow, .  ,3 bedroom full" basomonl, spacious family libmo, FP  $21,500,  ��� Walbrfronl. Gibsons VIIIckjo, 50 fl,, qoorl waterfront,  Commarcial or., house, good ..mooiago,. ..FR $) 1.-0Q0,  Lower Road; 2 bedroom rwyt bungalow plus rovonuo,  I bedroom homo, on'761 acres; FP $26,1807  Waiorfront: <ioworl><)M^OO>^i77Goocl building silo,  good beach, all sorvicosFP $11 ;500.  Soml-Watorfronl; Gower Point 100x264, lovoly sloping  and, somo viow, short distance lo boach. All services,   .., , I-..,.,...., $6,000, ,..,    Sargonl Road: 3 bedroom large house, with 180'clo-  groevlGw of the world/ also has. 2-bedroom'suite In ,  Iqwor section, wonderful opportunity lor revenue, FP  $33,250, good torms,  ..-School J^oqdi-An^acro-'lnr'hcr��yillago/-sounds7lrnpos--  i,lblu but bun.' il it,, for luluro apgrlmonl ,hllo, today's  '   prlc'o $12,500,  WalorfronL h only pari of Iho feature of lhls lovely  ���������home overlook Inn Howe Sound 3 bodronmn/foaturlnp  on sulloj)lumblr>0/ wall f'lroplqcoj nocludod courtyard  ,..jonirancu.. FP $4S,JiQ0 on good torjns of $ 1500 clown.  al  $5,000' o(ich,3 lofl,  Gower Polnl Road: View walerfmnl, 2Yn acras In four  lofs (pplpntlal five) wllh house, all .cloarod, Terrific  DAVIS BAY No, 2644  Finance, your rotlromont with this duplex on excollont ylow lot  usl  a  block  from  tho beach  at  Davis  Bay.   EacV suite  has  2  ���"bcclrooms'and*,910"square'-feet'rFull'prlce''438;000rFor-detalls'"  and appolntmonl CALL DON HADDON 885-9504 ovos,  SELMA P/\R l< LOTS      '"  '   Kjo's 2587 & 2399  2 oxcollont  lots oach   100x135, qulol  aroa of now homos,  ono  cloarod, ono partly so, Wllh wator to proporty ll.no, ono at $6,000,  other at $5,500 lorms on either. CALL PETER SMITH 885-2235  or 885-9463 oves,  WEST SECHELT' ' 77.77 ���..'..  , No, 26h ,  Laifjo, well hull) (NHA nionrlarfls) 9 hodroom homo, situated/on  oyor an aero of vlow proporly with own driveway off highway  lQI,tClQsoJo,rQad,accos'i,1fQrJ^  $38,000 wllh $8/000'down,, CALL BOH .KENT ovos7885,9461,  GOWER AREA' ''     '   ' "No, 2622  Qulol country living on 200' w|clo |ol, |ur(| across road to ocean,  Boqutflul bardon' soltlnff, oo'ocl'sly.qclhdm'r' and gitost;house or  roniol. For particulars CALL 'JACK WARN 886-2681.  SELMA PARK   ��� ���  ��� No, 2649  Special largo vlow lot 1 block back from highway at Solma Park,  VVator, hydro qnd phono on road, Full prlco $6,000, CALL DON  .DAVIS BAY LOT .   ... No, 2398  Lorgo 72x278 foot (61, potpiillal vtow,'cloairdcl, Q'rie of the larger Iota in area, Aaklng,$5,500.with $2,000 down,.5.year term,  CALL PETER SMITH. 88S>?,23"5 or a85.?463 ovon,  .^|G���VIEW^LOTH^-Langcln1p^l|br1lvl"lon^100'><150'',  cleared with frul't trees  Only $6500, but act now!  , ' ust.ngV-Wanted  K,  A.  Crosby B8fi-?.09B - J,  E, White  886-2935  . .     J, Vl!.->or 885-2300  SECHELT VILLAGE " ,    No, 2555  Lovoly 2 hodroom homo, Control location with sqlf contained ono  bedroom sulto as In-law or revenue with separate ontranco, Asking  -$6,000 down,-C/SLL-DOD-KENT-FOR-APPOINTMENT-TO-VIEW.-  Evnn, fln5.94.61.  RBDROOFFS WATERFRONT. No, 2633  Want qulol and Raclusloiv���horo It In on a )0Q' fopt front9go lot  on tho vyotor proporly.w'ill trwl, iliocptiago nof v|b|I)|i? frorrttljp,  mad, Cottage .complnloc!'; outMdo, Mnflnlfhod Inslclo, Low Inyost*  ment summer uW, or comploto far permanency, Asking all cash,  total r��rlpp,o(. $14,500, Como and see,' CALL PETER .SMITH 88B-.  '   9'U�� or DON HADDEN 885-950,4,  ASK FOR PRI;U CATALOGUE OF REAL K5TATR  AGENCIES LTD,  Box, 155, Secholt Phono 885-2235  Or Call Toll Froo, from the Greater N/qncouver Ar��a  ZEnith 2012 '''     <   '  (E.&O.E.)   '  BARGAIN HARBOUR, WATERFRONT  400'   wqtorfron*���attractively   landscaped;   has   60'xl?'   deluye  mobile home, unfinished  1,400 sq. ft. building, float and marine  ways. $45,000.  ruby Lake cottage  Semi-furnished,   water   and   hydro.    119'   waterfront   and   float.   $2J,0;OQ   9.86 ACRES     .  At Hotel Lake, near Irvine's Landing. $12,000.  GARDEN  BAY WATERFRONT HOME  On   125'  choice waterfront.   Built in   1970  this 3   BR home has  built-in    dishwfcisher,    shag    carpets',    sundeck,    paved    drivewayr-  $39*,0,0O  WATERFRONT 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.  MADEIRA PARK  2  BR home on attractive landscaped  lot with fruit.trees. A few  hundred  ft. to school,  stores and  marina,  Washer,  dryer,   range  and fridge included  in price of  $32,000.  MARINA SITE  Earl  Cove���marina,   motel   or  subdivision   site   adjoining, ferr^  terminal.   Approx.   51   acres  with   approx.   850   ft.   waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000-down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13,8 acres, nicely treed land with approx.  350' Choice Waterfront. Asking $40,000,00..  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  ( GERRANS BAY  150' choice waterfront on Francis Peninsula, over half acre, with  one   room   cabin.   Water   occess  only,   $13,000.  ';,;,'"'"v; :tr'';v''vNEAR' new'2 br hSm'e:'"''"'"^T��� "'���''  On approx.  %  acrejeyel  lot near Madeira Park.  Has electric  heating, fireplace, storage and carport.. Full price $21 ;000;  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  ~-REVENUE��PROPERTY^IRVINE'S"LANDING"'������  2 homes for $26,000 with good terms, Large lot with view of       Loo's Boy, close to marina and .Gov't. - wharf.,..-,.- ,���.,...,.-.....  EARL COVE  A f<iw lots still availablo on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000,     -  ".'    .MADEIRA PAfcK   ���  '   '  "Cholco-vlow lots on 72 lot subdivision, Prlcon'from $5,000 to  $9,000, Somo cleared rocjdy for bulldlna,  AGREAGE:WimM^ '7  Approx. &50, f|, watprlrpnl wllh.nearly 10 acros of real nlcq land,  1 fruit troos, nmas and natural Irdos. Older housd���-coulcl bo'made-  livable. And could possibly bo divided Into 4 parcels,  ,     .-���.''--,     I-   ,  ���-     -'''v.. :,-,'���  -Jf)\   '.' .     ,'"."���'- PT ! <-.^l    -"v.-   -.1     ''     .       :'*,':,   i��l    -  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���ovor one aero, Poop, sheltered moorage. Full prlco  ,.        .,$26,000. with ,$13,000 down ���,,,,  ,     I |  ,     ���l' >  NEAR MAPEIRA PARK '    '  -^���PR?Rp|IMoyel-'on-Hwyr^ ^  P09CI (qipHy homo with qcxkI nardolilno aroa. Priced at $32,000,  WATER FRONT - COrTAGE   90 ft, waterfront onFranclsPonlnaulai view,of Malaspina Straits,  With I beclroom year round cottano, Asklna price $28,000 with  ,   $8,000 down,  . 3.JR^RNI^ED^HOME���IRyilvlE'S'.LANDING..  Ori iortio vlnw* lot ovnrlooklna Loo Day, Close lo morlna and Gov't'  wharf..$25,00Q. , T  ' -      .157 ACRES VrTTH TiWek      .      '  P.L, 3670, with a conBldorablo amount of morchantoblo tlmbor,  h9"WPi7*�� B50'.fc.'��\ vyatorfront on Mlxal Lako, rodd fl, c'rpok  throuQlv property and an old houso which could U  ? ,   prlco ^SO.OOq vylth |25,000down.  jo rebuilt. Full  ���.%���ACREr-JOHNSTONE.ROAD.  Madeira Park���-Gently sloplnn,, nlcoly trocd lot, $6,500 cosh!  Many other view and waterfront Jpu In 1ho Ponder Harbour area,  IIIiMmSMPSI^i  REALTY LTP.  , r  Madolra Park, B.C.    ,  Phono, Pendor Harbour 883-2233  _/,  r  trtTM'^-w  ��teJt) a"Kli<iMWIai��<l'llHl  '{"V -.X . "  \\  \  <\  \  \  V  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    AUTOS & TRUCKS (ConC.J  \  11-FOOT   orange   hydro-plane,  black      upholster v,      nearly  new, "$125   or  offer!  88(1-7560.  -   "_-���__   ��� __ ,        438-38  14   FOOT   plywood   boat   wiih  35 "HP   outboard.. Ac.e_.de-  sign  $400.   Phone   883-9933.  19Q-39  FOR    SALE    14   ft.    plywood  boat,* 18   HP   Johnson   outboard.  Real  nice.   Phone   883-  2575. 195-37  50  HJ\ Electric start  Mercury  outboard.     Controls,    tanks,  '$350.  8S6-7753. 439-38  CARS & TRUCKS    .  1971    SUPER    Beetle,* loaded  with  options.  Offers.  Phone  883-9954 (Pender Harbour") af-  1 9'fi,!.-    PONTIAC    PaHsipnnr  convertible.   Iww.iop,   j.;ood  'running   m;der.  $i)i.n. ��� Ph.  i'.ttf.-  9588. -A       157-38  19H7    DATSUN    1300    in^l-el.  $600,   doocI   running., eondil-  ion. *Ph. ^86-7577. 194-37  19.65   PARISI.ENNE   2   dr   HT,  pewer    steering   and    radio,  $650.   Ph.   886-9537. 198-37  1963   RAMBLER  station  wagon, t>ood jnochanical  conditio^. $250.,Ph. '880-9537.    197-37  1960   BUICK   convertible,   radio, new tires, lots of extras.  Phone 835-9739.      N 162-37  1966 FARGO   ._  toh wuh overheads,   low   mileage,   verv  good   cond.   $975.   Phone   883-  2318. ���������-���-���----.��� 164-39  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  v>      - --  -\   -  -  SMALL   hnsincss7Nfui-   sale   in  Sechelt area   Write Bov MM,  c-o   Tl^e   Tinier,   Box   310    Se-  rhel.t ��� 14-S-38.  FOR SALE (Continued)  comb.  LOST  WEST   Sechelt��� aVea   -- small  seal    point,    male    Siamese,  answers   to   Charlie.   Reward.  Phone   885-9654. 175-39  Pl.v-  WHITE.   square    ended  wood   dingy.   Kol.prts.'Creole  area. Please call '886-7316.  \   - '    ������      202-37  .   - . ' \.     ���  FOUND  PAIR of  girl'-:  or- Iadv7   glas-  -,   e.as-  OwiVr  ter 6 p.m.  78-37  ses  on   School   Road.   Ov  mav claim at  Peninsula Tunes  -nfHTvr1-Gt1.su lis: ��� ^Ifr^ir  i\tcC'i,AI.Y     Knterprise  oil - cli'i tin- i':iiij..t�� $\'.!7.i nr  h.'.-l ol'l'pr. Tape recorder. 1971  llTuida ',U, }-iP--| otter or trade  Tihat.���rfn.l" motor. Phone T.f.fi-  9.):..(... ,       7 11)1-37  5  cu.   ft.   Refrigerator,  demonstrator,. HO volt   , $99.  '22'   Art-Craft,   Oldsmobile   powered           ...   $4700  5 hp Gale outboard $120.  15' Chris Craft Cathedral with  fit)' hp elec. outboard $13-95  4   hp   Evinrude,   as  new   $190.  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender Harbour  Phone 8ri.l-22.i6  37  Around The Harbour  Tfj.e feiyinsul,? Times Page A-5  \^%dnesday, August 9, 1972  Diana   Bomford���^phone 883-2440    r7hy Danny P<Mers; 2nd prize, Mac,o. an&  'V  \  I"   Ml',   were   nn   a   routine   patrol   this  u.-ck   in   Crecn   Bay   wht^n   a   hidden  sl^li  lull  of stolen  properties  from near-  "by campsites was spotted. The skiff was  towed  back  to Render Hai-bour.'On  re-  the area where the skiff had '   zens eligible "for several special services:  an income supplement,  a $5.00  bus pass  1961  VOLKSWAGEN  window  van.  8400  miles  on  original  motor. Phone 885-2897.  \102-tfn  1966    CHEV    station    wagon,  $890    Phone   885-2464,   885-  PETS  9305.  81-37  FREE to good homes, six kittens, 3 white, 3 blac^c. Phone  885-9927.     , 180-37  TWO   v darling    female     grey  'fluffy   kittens,   fiee.   Phone  FOR SALE  IF   IT'S   .suits���it's   Morgans.  8135-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  l!)t>7    FORD    Kcorinliiie    truck.  I'or sale.  Hilling  lawnmower.  Phone   885-9054. 196-37  LAZY   Boy    chair,   torquoise,  $10.   Ph.  885-9974. 182-37  turning to  been tied up, R.C.M.P. saw and apprentice) three culprits. Other stolen good�� were  found at their residences. Names are  beiufi withheld  pending investigation.  Sechelt Motor Transport wtilil be'providing transportation to the Pacific National . Inhibition on the "PNE Special"  the weeks of August 19 to September 4.  SILT, coachlines. schetiule.'as follows  ic daily  except  on Sunday:    " 7  Leave Madeira  Park Store  7:15  a.m.;  -U-H-Hmriiffi^Bay   7!3n"7a7mTP^eehelt--Tf65-  hlems.  Mrs.'Dawson explained her specialty  was Working with el<terly\ citizens, Indians, and young offenders. A senior citizens card is available making senior citi-  CAR top camper, can be used  on    truck.    Propane    stove,  lamp, sink. Sleeps 4. $550. 886-  7753. 437-38  1969    PEUGEOT   conV.    with  HT roof, radio, 2 snow tires;  .skiv rack  and chains.  Ph.  885-  886-7816.  201-37  LIVESTOCK  9314.  146-38  1964 BEAUMONT 6 cyl. 2 dr.  sedan,   auto.,   custom,   radio,  luggage  rack,   superior  condition. Phone 885-9762.      147-37  1960 DODGE sedan, also  1957  GMC  truck.  885-2853.  151-38  HALF Arab Pinto mare witl^  papers, Ex. for trail rides;  good in games, beautiful. Also  '.'a. Arab yearling filly, papers,  beautiful and friendly. Phone  886-2717.- 9-tl'n  REG,    quarter    horse     mare.  Well   trained.  Reg.  Yearling  filly      halter     broke.     Phone  886-2088. 130-38  THREE quarter Arab 2V_ year  old.  $200   Phone 886-7577.  193-37  PENDER HARBOUR  View Lots ��� Easy Terms  Mobile Homes Permitted  -��ew-choice while they last!  Fully serviced, view lots at Madeira  Park,  close  to  beach   and  safe  moorage.  Outstagding  values  in  this   fabulous   fishing   and   boating   area.   Priced   from   $4,950.  with very easy terms. Call now and take your pick.  SOAMES POINT  Fully serviced view  lots close to safe swimming beach and boat  moorage.  Ideal for year-round or recreational living. Realistically  Call   us   for  your acreage   requirements   in   this  area���we   have  priced  at  $3,750.  each.  ROBERTS CREEK AREA  several   parcel   of   highly   desirable   view   properties   with   water  available.  Frank 'Lewis - 886,-9900  (Gibsons)"  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons  Coquitlam  FREEZER meats���if you arc  interested in bulk purchase  of freezer meats from a local  supplier write advertiser. Box  ���94, c-o Times, Box 310, Sechelt. B.C. 94-37  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Pai nt���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons,  B.C.  ALDERWOOD,   cut   tp   order.  Phone  885-2304  if. no  reply  phone  885-9326. 8637-tfn  DO-IT-YOURSELF books real-  ly save money. News Books  & Stationery has- them all,  from B.C. Divorce Guide  (never sold one yet) to How  To Catch Salmon. Especially  useful - B.C. Incorporation  Guide. Real Estate Guide.  Small Claims Procedure. Wills  and Probate Procedure. How  to fix your Ford; Chev; Volkswagen. Carpentry, Plumbing,  House Wiring, -Build a Boat in  Your Backyard, Sunset Hobby  and cook books. Just in -  Sailing Alone Around The  World by Captain Joshua  Slocum (reprint). The Bog  People fascinating reading,  $2.50. Phone 885-9654, Sechelt.   : ���-         173-37  WRINGERy   washer   and   tent  trailer  for  sale.   Phone  885-  Arrive Vancouver 10:30 a.m.  The regular bus .sc-heduie can be used  for the return trip home to Madeira Park.,  HON. ISABEL DAWSON  Mrs. Dawson assured the fifteen ladies  2122  177-37  APPLES,   thrown  885-2456.  locally.   Ph.  200-39  FOR ��ALE ��� Hobart electric  welder 180 amps, and accessories, like new, or trade  for 10 - 20 11.1*. outboard in  good cond.  Phone1 885-9530.  187-37  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be   obtained  at. The Times. Phone 885-9054.  Quick service on all orders.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.*   ;-&tat^-itdj^-U 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across, from the Sechelt Bus Depot  .��� i.-.M .i I..II���.i... I.        i     ���...I     ,    M        ��� ,1,1 ti .ii-  ���  VIEW-PLUS! DAVIS BAY  3 bedroom, fully furnished family home. Rec. room, bar, patios,  stereo system, color T,V., deep freeze, etc., etc. W/W carpet,  the works. Nice private grounds, centrally located, I block to  beach. Priced to sell. By appointment only. Call John L. Black,  885-2241 or 886-7316. ,  BOATS, BOATS; ETC.  A fantastic opportunity to go  into your own business���tackle,  .,boats,,sales,&, rentals, Well,established���owner,wishes,oyt,.o^her!i:.  Interests, Good 'Inventory. Located lrV Sechelt Village. Terms are  excellent. One of its ,klnd on this coast. Call John L.  Black,  885-2241 or 886-7316.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  10,80 acres. Large older homo, Frontage on Lower Road and Joe  Road. Community wator on 6,4 acres, Selective cleared. Orchard  ���and'"Garden;"* Gentle'southern*sloper-Ideal- for*development,-FP��  $37,500, Cash reuqlred, Call Jack or S|an Anclorson,,. days 885-  224)  or ovos. 885-2385 or 885-2053.  GOLF COURSE ACREAGE  10.59 acres, Trailer Park site, 639' frontage an highway, Gonllo  southern slopo, Nlcoly treed, Gazetted Road on north sldo of pro-  \ party, Could bo subdivided, $29,500 ,FP, Call Jack or Slan Andor-  ���Borf, days'8^5-2241, Eves, 885.2053 or 885-2385,,  21 INCH propane gas stove.  22 ft. extension ladder. Folding clothes dryer. Hanging  clothes dryer. Life jacket for  water skiing. Gas heater. Vibrator sander. 1 pair sander  discs.  Ph.  885-9635. 192-37  OLDER   table   model    Singer  machine,    $25.    Phone    886-  2625. 167-37  MODERN     chesterfield     suite  for   sale,   gold   color,   $135.  Phone  885-2316.^ 163-37  20 FT. wooden extension ladder  for sale.  Excellent  condition.. Ph.  885-9730. 166-37  Sunshine Coast  There are only eighteen lots  available in Redroofs  F.siales.  Only eighteen opportunities  for some lucky family to  Tfiml���t-he���perfect���summer-  place.  Redroofs Estates is two  hours away from the city in  a beautiful wooded area  that's close to the water.  The lots are large, everything is near, and prices start  as low as $3250 with $325  down.  RedRoofs  Estates  Phone today.  683-8411 (24 hours)  BELL-IRVING  REALTY LTD. 72-1  present that in spite of untoward pub-  licity Doctor Malcolm Brand will be residing in the area and practicing temporarily from the old medical clinic September 15. Improvements such as a better  access road to the clinic will be provided  and, when Dr. Brand is more familiar  with the area, a decision where tlie new  clinic will hp built and what type of  ilmic will be built, will be made by the  doctor in cooperation with the Regional  Hospital  District and B.C.H.I.S.  Mrs. Dawson told those at the luncheon, the doctor will be subsidized by the  Provincial Government for a peried of  at least two years when the financial  end of the situation will be reviewed to  ascertain if further subsidy is necessary  to provide the continuing service. Dr.  Brand, will have fuM priviledges at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  On the Canoe Pass bridge, Mrs. Dawson stated the materials for a new bridge  have been here.for sometime but after  inquiring from the- Dept. of Highways,  she was told the reason for its delay in  construction is that they are awaiting arrival of a "special highway crew" to do  the job. Plans are to put up a temporary  bridge while the road is feeing, straight- ,  ened and a new bridge constructed.  Some residents voiced objections to  lhe long line-ups wailing for ferry services. Mrs. Dawson agreed the auxiliary  ferry could be put to further use and has  already suggested it be done.  ^  The  evening^ of  Saturday,  August  5,  twice a year, from October 1 through, to  April, travel in the- province is facilitated  ny reduced rates in specified rn-otels,  hotels and restaurants and for meals in  particular. The B.C. Railway has offered  a 25 per cent reduced rate nor senior  citizens with the card. Fishing licences  have been reduced to $1. A "drop-in"  center has been established' where elderly  citizens can drop in for tea and cookies.  The center is-Tun by senior citizens.  A booklet.''time for living" with these  benefit,', for elderly citizens is available  from  the B.C.  government.  Mrs. Dawson mentioned tl\e native  childrens musical 'Tattoo" which -was  started foirr years ago. In 1974 "Tattoo"  will be visiting the Worlds Fair in Brus-  sels. ' -���   Flag Race: 1st prize: Upset Comet o.  nnd r. hy Earl Underbill; 2nd prize,  Topper o. and r. r>y Earl Underhill.--  x Reining: 1st prize, Rangier o. and r.  by Doug White; 2nd prize, Upset Comet  o. and r. by Earl Underhill.  Opening Jumping Class ($50.00 1st  prize): (A) 1st prize, 'The Saint o. and r.  by Kevin Anderson; 2nd prize, Mac o.  and r. ' by Diane "White. (B) 1st prize,  Mac o. and r. by Diane White; 2nd prize,  Epic o.  and r. by Harvey Leffler.  Pale Bending: 1st prize, Royal Dress  o. and r. by Danny Peters; 2nd prize,  Yeller owend by Lee White, ridden by  Kathy White.  Senior  Scurry:   1st  prize.   Prince  rid-  :T  DAVIS BAY���RETIREMENT INVESTMENT  '3 bedroom unfinlnlibcl homo on extra larna lot, Hcatllalor flroplaco, Insulalifd, wired, cement foundation, Idoal for handyman.  Full prlco only $15,000. Call Jack or Stan Andorson, 085-224 I  or ovos, 885-2053 qr 885-2385,  '    SELMA PARK HEW VIEW FJOME '  On Irood lot closo to store and boach, Now undor construction,  PPonlyv'$22,850rGall Jack or Stan Andorson, daya-8B5"2Z41.  twos, 885-2053 or 885-2385.  iRcranrcRECT  Sprylcocl trc.ccl lots, Pavpd.road,,C|oso to boach, FP $4,2BO. Call  Jack or  Stan  Ahdorson, 'days  885-224),   Evys,   885-2053  or  885-2385,  ROBERTS CREEK  Largo tropd crpok froiit lot, payed quiet struct, FP $6��?5Q. Call  Jack, or  Stan  Anderson, dayH, 885-22'. 1.   Gym.   885-2053  or  YACHTSMEN-^135' OF WATERFRONT  Chqrmlnn. 2 bodroom "A" Framo, olluatod In 9 do|lpht,ful spot.  Arbulus iroos, sunny and bright, M?oklna owl onto Marry lalnrjd  and, Wolcpmp Pass,..Protoctod moorago, Handy, kltchon wllh  built-in Movo, Flroplaco.. W-W, enrpot, Inrgo bathroom, d?n Or  pffIco, Sundeck,on two'sides to catch tho morrtlno *un,opd ��tin>  Mh-,.%...Uawrjjpnl, Mm\,bo.,soon .ln��ldfl.lo.l��,flRProc.lntod, Call_  Lon or Su/onno Van l-nmond nfflctj 005-22/11? homo 885-9683  Direct  lino from Vancouvor MUSob'M.  .WATERFRONT RESTAURANT        ,    ,  ��� ��� LICENCED BANQUET ROOM  Tako advantagp of I hi', good opportunity to, livo on tho walor.  front, plus mnko'a fantantlc living,  Fully equipped, cftmploloW  ���~TonQYmcdrsTiunt^  pousosslon, Call now for Lon or Su/anno Von, EgrooiA ainco  885.2241) hdrno 8B5.?683, Direct lino from ypncpuvfr   ���     7. , ,M<J5-5B4|.    14 ACRES OF VIEW  14 cholco acrps ovorlpoklng P.orp'olso ("077-0 nreQ'' Inventrriont,  Closo to Marina ond boach ncc����;'Thl�� won't" air. , . ewn6*--  Len'or Su/anno Van Comond, office 883-22-11,' homo 885-9603,  .  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service Box 238, Gibsons  WILSON  CREEK:   Ideal  one  bed,   retirement  home '  or just the place to spend the summer. Extra large  ��� lot with,a garden,of,,Eden4uckedayvay amongst,the,,,  trees In the back. FP only $18,000. Close to sandy  beach.  DAVIS BAY: Your choice of two lots, fully serviced,  terrific view, close to shopping and excellent beach.  Particulars upon request.  *��� p) 0 p |< l |>q 5" C DG f1 y ^ fy ��� 01 t^tTac f i W"1; wo' * 15gcI 7" lifcime"' \V i th""  basement on lovely view lot, New shag carpet, etc.  ��� ������'"���-���'���       All"yours for only $20,000.  GIBSONS: Hillcrest. Brand now home on a choice view  pork-like lot. Owner will finish io purchaser's taste.  ROBERTS CREEK: Lower Rcl'.'-Still two .lots left In the  Cheryl Ann Park'Dev.' Buy now and save disappointment',  GIBSONS: 3,BR',borne, largo LR( with unique flroplaco, DR and well designed kitchen. Handy to shop-'  ping, schools' and theatre, Nearly /?, aero-cornor lot,  Home, also has a one BR self-contained, furnished  suite: Stove, fridge, freezer and drapes are to remain  with house, FP $38,000 with $15,000 down. A lovely   ,,, .homo, with. roYonMo alsQ,, ,.   , .,,,  .,,   ......  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: Two Ideal building  ��|ot'S|��olo3e4o*goQd*swlnnmlng*|3oach^On��povGd-roQd/--i  wator connection, phono qnd hydro all availablo, Lola  have boon selectively cleared, FP $5,600 each.  ROBERTS CREEk:i2.60 acres of very attractive; level  land, woll troocl, Has 200 ft, frontage- on payed road  and depth of woll over 500 ft, Hydro, phono qnd community wator are all available. Potential vlow prop-  -orty^only.a short dlstancb.from boach,-Zoned rosjdon-,,.  , ,    tlal. FP 31,1/1,000. OFFERS.   ,  6I.PS0NS RURAL;, A short'distance,from Gibsons, 2  lovol lots, previously cleared, now lightly overgrown.  Each lot Is 63x264 ft, All lots on paved road, These  7 lots aro a good holcjlng investmbhivFR $3,000 each.  ...    Alsotho adjoining cornor. Iol al, $3,500 FP.    ,  -RQPHH!LCRE��^^  two and throo quarter acres of lovol, trood land, Voryt  ��� suitable for subdivision or recreational home, Close to'  ' watorfront" arid golf course;1 Only $13,500. Offors and  -   '  I'crms,  Mrs. Dawson and Deputy Speaker of the  House, Mr. Herb Brook met with Pender  Harbour residents in the Legion Hall to  discuss past "fr*accomplishments, present  undertakings and future plans of the  Social Credit party.  . Plans for the medical clinic were reiterated. Mrs. Dawson sighted the development of Skookumchuk Rapids Park,  establishment of the connecting hard top  road between Irvine's Landing and Garden Bay (Sinclair Bay Road), removal of  the bad curve in the road to Lloyd's store  in Garden Bay, improvements being made  to Highway 101 to provide a good highway from Langdale to Earl's Cove, and  establishment df a local "milk" shop in  Madeira  Park.  Dept. of Heallth has ordered a full survey into pollution at Secret Cove,  Province wide, Mrs. Dawson pointed  out the Home Acquisition Grants available to new home owners, subject to having lived in B.C. for a specified period  of time, an annual elderly citizens renters  grant of $!)0.Q0, a Hearing Air Regulations Act which was. brought .into effect  recently with a low cost $50.00 hearing  aid that has been made, servicable to  some.^PJans^!areftd''":have'''a'V!n^olJne-^assess-''  ment Unit travoliling throughout the province to assess people with hearing pro-  ..,,.j........ .,...��� ��,,,. .....,,.���.���... ..,,���,-^   ,..���  A point brought up from the floor was  that there-are no public facilities available for bus passengers or people, tying  up to the government dock. Although the  dock is under federal jurisdiction, Mr.  Brook said the government would probably build the facility if the community  could  arrange to  look after it.  ; The  meeting  closed  with   a   film   on  progress in B.C*" under the Social Credit  government.  RODEO  Results of the Rodeo at the Roalcogor  Ranch Saturday, July 29 and Sunday  July 30 are as follows. Abbreviations o.  and- e. means owned and exhibited, o.  and r. means owned and ridden.  Foal Showing (under 2 years): '��� 1st.  prize, Spring Dancer o. and e. by Valerie  Reid; ?nd prize, Philly o. and Je. by Leon  Pendleton.  Halter classes (mares): 1st prize,  Pride o. and e. by Mary Hamilton; 2nd  prize. Freckles o. and e. by Ed Klassen.  (geldings): 1st prize, Eaddy o. and e. by  Dr. G. H. McKee; 2nd prize, Indio owned  by Dave Tattrie, exhibited by Nina  Christmas.  Costume Class, only one horse entered, Freckles o. and e. by, Ed; Kliassen.       Best Turned Out Horse and Rider: 1st  prize, Prince o. and e. by Diane Peters;  2nd prize, Flicka o, and e. by Theresa  Minis.  Barrels (18 and under): 1st prize, Am-  blin' Sam owned by ^George White, rid-  den by Chris White; 2ffrd prize. Tic Tac  owned by Freddie Hamilton, ridden by  Mary Hamilton.  Scurry Race (16 and under): 1st prize,  Prince o. and r. by Diane Peters; 2nd  prize, Tie Tac o. and r. Freddie Hamilton.  Pole Bending: 1st prize, Prince o. and  r. by Diane Peters; 2nd prize, Tic Tac  o. and r. by Freddie Hamilton.  Stake Race (18 years and under): 1st  prize, Yeller o. and r. by Lee Wlhite; 2nd  prize, Kitty o. and r. by Nina Christmas.  1 Keyhole (18 years and under): 1st  prize, Lil Dude Derdin, o. and r. by Norm  Green; 2nd prize, Tic Tac o. and r. by  Freddie Hamilton. .  Lemon Race (1,6 and under): 1st prize,  Punch owned by Dr. Gordon McKee ridden by Bert Fillion; 2nd prize, Cheyenne  o. and r. by Mokie Sterloff,  Calf Riding: 1st prize, Bert Fillion;  2nd prize, Tom Stanway.  Junir High Points Trophy for 18 an  under went to Bert Fillion with ten  points and Junior High Pq'nts Trophy  for 16 and under went to Diane Peters  with. 5 points.'....,,  Sunday, Senior Events,  Best Turned Out Horse and Rider: 1st  prize; Harvey; Leffler'. oh' Epic;'' 2nd-"prize,  Dl\ Gordon McKee on Kaddy.  Barrels: 1st prize, Royal Dress o. and  don by  Eric Minis; 2nd  prize,  Yeller o.  and. r.'by Lee White.  Keyhole: 1st prize,, Prince ridden, by  Eric Mirus; 2nd; prize, Topper o. and r.  by  Earl Underhill,  Stake Race: 1st prize, Upset Comet o.  and r. by Earl Underhill; 2nd'prize, Shu  fli boy o. and r, by Kathy White. "  Steer Riding was cancelled s because  all the steers were milk cows.  Calf Roping:'1st prize, Rangier ridden  by Diane White; 2nd . prize, Topper o,  and r. by Earl Underhill.  Senior High Points "Brophy:  1st prize,  went to Earl Underhill of Suney with 16  points;   2nd  prize   went  to  Diane   White  with a total  of  13 points.  After the Rodeo, Danny Peter's horse,  Royal Dress kicked up a fuss in the trailer for some unknown reason and cut the  bottom side if is hock peeling the skin  back. Luckily no tendons were cut but  the horse will not be ridden for a month.  LARGE' VARIBTy7 OF  STEAKS FOR BARBECUE  see,  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  1BBK  Pender Harbour  OFFER SPECTACULAR VIEW LOTS AT GARDEN  BAY, l^lGNf INTHE'HeX^TOF PENDER HARBOUR.  These lots are fully serviced with  water, hydro, tele-  phono and payed road's,  *'' ' ��� '     ' ...       -  The development Is located adjacent to o general  store, ma rtna,, post of flee, J-|otQl/,and other f acl 111 les.f  An I deallocation fpr your recreational or retirement  homo.  ��tt<**��cw=* i^aavr��.4ft9*te, ->���  Phono 886.2248 ��� , Notary Public  , ',   .'listings Wanted ;  Vlnce Prowcr, 886-9359 - Wally Peterson, 8R6-2877  Ron McSavanoy, 886-9656    ���  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C,,'      ",,' .,    ,  WITH7AS7LI1TLE AS 710  ON  L  Two parcels on N.W.'end of Sakinaw Lake, 12 acres;  7   ,$20,000 per<pqrce\ Phone 112-254-1Q6Q. 7  Write": "Advertiser, c/o Box 310, Sechelt, B.C   !  '   DIRECTIONS;'  Only 50 mjlos from Lanaclakv take the Garden, Bay  turn off ahd follow lhe rood down to Lloyds Storo.  1        Slto solos offlco opon 'every day.  JOHN BREEN LTD;  ��� Real, Estate & Insurance      ,  Ponder Harbour �� Egmont ���* Earl's Cpvo  OR FOR INFORMATION WRITE:  BOX 3?, GARDEN BAY, B.C.  Phone 883-2724  ANNOUNCEMENT  John Breqn Is "pleased to dhhouiico that" hb has  added Insurance to his portfolio to servo the resl-1  dents of the periderm Harbour; Egrnont .and EorlV  Coye areas, For free quotes on Fire, Auto, Pleasure  Boats or Life, please phono.  ,������-1���������  i  HIDEAWAY���f|0 pcros of natural bushlancl���Equal  dlslahco botwooh 3 |^ just.  $25,000 FP.   WATERFRONT /\CRiAG^m^acws,y.\[h 500' pf  beach; 750' on highway, Ideal for.Marlna, Hotel-Motel or what have yoli, Or1, Mqpl 'fpr'condominium for  4 "of 5 families, FP $49,900'.  ^PENDER"l:IARBOUR~MAR:lNA=Goocrbasinosrf5ropr-  psltlon with winter Income. Qwnor requires change.  *J"'""���"  "Just $60,000 FP wlthii20,000 down.      ;   '  SEMI-WATERFROi^fl-Ot^Nlcdy treed, gopd 16c-  "TatlonTwarerTtnrtpcr^cravaflqbiffrOnlylOO'pocqs'Trom"  _. --^keqCrirpp.$7.Q0onfV.t^  OCEANFRONT^Appro^Too'wUh older house. Good  location, magnificent yIcw, Excellent value at $34,QQQ  I NEED LISTINGS  Call John Breon at' 883-2794 (24 hours)   .  unm*** *��K*5#iWw* !��sw*i  T  iWWawlwM  /  i��lwwf<>a^^gw<OTWW*W��W��ttW*^  J:  i- \
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Summer Workshop ■ • ' r>      <-
"Sechelt Elementary  School's    gaily    Summer Workshop' where young peo-    teer members ol the Sunshine- Coast
painted  "Dustbin"  made a holiday    pie are pictured being instructed in    Arts Council,
atmosphere    setting    for    Sechelt's    the art of making colleages b/volun-
Busy   People
Providing an added interest during    are Mrs. Fran Ovens and Mrs. Helen    Donald Dombroski and Mike Virta-
long summer holiday,  the  summer    McConnachie  pictured    with,   from    nen. The boys chose clay modelling
workshop was well received by many    left: Grant Clayton, John Sutherland,    and papier mache work,
young people   Instructors at Sechelt
Summer workshops
prove successful       *
"miXHSTRATlON ot noma fifty of ho
,, HtudonlH I'l'ir tho i.Siiiiiinor^y^''ll'H''l"(,l''1.
bold in ClllwoiVa "nnd Suuli6ll« Hliouldo bo
fuil'I'U'lunt oiu'ouruKotncnt I'or an I'lirly
Htai't' on pliinnlni-, i'i 1'mnor proKi'iiiiimo for
noxl n,nmmoi',
Ntnv, In   Its ' Hucontl' wook ' lho  Iriiil "
workshop win Hi'lu'diilinl lor lluoo yviH.'kr.
thin Mumnu'i'. II In IioIiih itnidiA'tod undor
I ho Joint H|)nt,Hoi'Rhlp of tho School Hoard
and llio HiiiiNhino Ciiaul ArlH Council,
limti'MUtoi'H    mo  idl   violmil.u'i'H    and
Council, CImwhih aro Imlnu, hold In Huclmlt
Kloiru.nini'y .School front 10 a.in'-l'i"noon
on   Monduyn,,, WudnuwU.vn   and   Frklayit,.
Al   l ill.mum ahonl   Unity  ynui)«Hluirn, iv-
nlHlitruil  wiih "'llio  po'llory  cIuhhoh  bolnn
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I'lidilocn   vounu  paopk»   taking   laul   Krl-
day'n v\i\__ mul more wnnr InU'ivfltnl If
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that   im   w\\\   ilrop-iu   purll.'lpallou   wan
dlM'ouiancd, 'I'lin $1  ivHlnlrallon fee only
covered lhe coiii  ol  iidvt'i'tlnlii|( iho -pro.
l-,rnpinip ' ;    , •
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'lii'.iiiy' yoinin|Vi>ii|,1'> aiivltiii7 I'o jmi'Ui'l-
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mi voluntcni in'i|p null ilmch.ci'adll Iti.duo
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Ini-i (heir tlmo and nhurliiu, Hmli' nklllr.,
Many   niothorrr naprnnnod   n   wIIHiih-
that  iK!.st yaar'n micccmh will depend  on
") Clay   Modelling
II, Is only tlioir second lesson "but
already those ,«ugor' young students
Jiavo ola'y nidcjcils ready to l?o firqcl:;
I'Yom lel't"nro:' Penny ■ Barrett, .Janet
Clayton, .Jennifer Muctavlsh, Valerie
Taltt Vicki Bonner,. R la 1 n o Mite-
lavisliTKini Benhor, Aharon Mull and
Juiinil'ur Oyons,
Posters prohibited
ori phone; power poles
Uo'h not tjio kind that can he trim,
lio Wliriimvo. yoiffoi' iindthoi'l
'.Titst onn/ofnho'phllnndorlnR' moH
A rovlnifpai't-tlmo lovor,
ALL political partloH ilVu boliiH ank«d by
wawan.lj I ^(m.JMAIQ | UlUll Uu.n.V.' U M U tt U y.~»»U 0!JL»feJ,l.V.
Hydro to rofraln from ultachlhit i'onUh'h
lo i«l(j}|h()nQ iiiHlpuwor, pu|oh clttrlnicthQ
oni'i'ont "provincial election campalftn.
I'nut on. on pokm (JontiUuilo a ha/.ai'd to
llnuinciuwhM. in»u numljoi'.of Ii)hUui«w( In
the pant, huvo been noi'lounly lnjur.oij bo
uaiwo. their wlimblnn npura have nllppud
on lho iMiriln, n»lln und nliiplvn. 3,,  \\}\u\{   m (|»,ar, before you do
■Snfoly^'rtlfOotoi'R for O.C,  ToUiplioiur   sbmudiliift you will mci forovor,
-compKn>^nna^,Wiyd»^ f(ri'noi"tho"iiaVd—~"
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Pdge A-6 The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, August 9, T972
Sunshine Coast local...
——^ ; —yr~.—■'-—   . ^
- Noxi-Siatus' Indians' groiip
at joint meet.
was for all the people."
Following Barnes's statements a member of the Native Indian Women's Association, organizers ~_i the meeting, apologized to those present. She said they
were aware of the scheduled political
seminar, but they had not realized that
"the meeting, would become a political
rally for the NDP, ,
At 4:30 p.m., the first annual general
meeting of the Coyote Credit Union was
called tb order. Len Merac^ executive
director of the BCANSI, explained the
function of the Credit Union to the members. He stated that the Coyote Credit
Union was founded so that native Indians, nbn-status and registered alike,
would have a financial institution of their
own. It was hoped that this would give
Indians some control over their financial
Fishing around
—by  Don  Rqdcliffe
1 i
Poet's Corner
—■by J, Bonthum
Onco 1 had a perfect dream
That some day-you nnd I
'Would travel thin world1 an onci
Uunouth tho widu« blue Hky.. ,,
Our vowN,wc)i'o,nalcli pur planH woro inadu
Bid , HoiiHKino ".cuinio' botwooh, '"'. '
,And nciw my liopon of happln«»n
Are as they had note boon,
 -"-I•-• >• >w-  ■ ■,,  1..- ....•,.,. -	
BEN Prest, president . o| the Sunshine
Coast local, of the British Columbia
Association of Non-Status Indians, headed a delegation to a joint meeting of
the lower mainland locals, at the Vancouver Indian Centre, on Sunday, July
30, 1972. Among t>hose that went were:
Evelyn Prest, Rose and Wayne Clark,
and  Eric Schmidbauer.
Kitty Maracle, provincial publicity
director of the BCANSI, optined the nieet-
ing wlflnr""talk-abbXTTThe" native Indian
Woman's place in society. Her major topic was about the great disrespect that is
shown Indian women, by both the white
and  Indian males.
. "Even though I am not legally classified as ah Indian," said Mrs. Maracle,
"I am proud to be ah Indian woman.
Very proud—to—be-a woman, an Indian
"A young Indian girl grows up fighting the male idea, both Indian and'white,
that she is available for the taking. Often she gives up the struggle and loses
her respect. We must continue to fight,
and try to change our stereotyped image,
even though' this may be difficult to do
at times.
"Indian women are shown a large
amount of disrespect; often this is our
own fault. -We must first learn to respect
ourselves, only then will we gain the
esteem of others.
"We are the mothers; it is our job
to teach our children to respect each
other, and be.proud of their Indian heritage. We must teach them that they are
worthwhile human beings, and that it is
their right to be treated, and judged,
according to their actions, and not according to the colour of their skin, or
ethnic origin. Our children must learn
to respect not only themselves, but also
other people. They must learn to hold
their heads high and walk proud."
Mrs. Maracle also said that native
Indians should continue to organize
themselves; to form organizations such
"'as the B.C. Native Indian Women's Association, a newly formed .non-status Indian group. "But we should unite with
registered Indian groups, such as the
Indian Homemakers' Association. Wherever possible we should have one organization rather than small splinter groups,"
she said.
"And we who are successful must
reach out and help those that find the
going more difficult. If we turn away
in shame from thofee who need our help,
then we are much worse off than they,"
she said.
Mrs. Maracle's address was followed
by a "political seminar", presented by
Bill Wilson, of the BCANSI citizenship
training department.
Wilson pointed out that in the last
provincial elections, Social Credit's Hon.
Isabel Dawson won her Mackenzie riding
seal by a very narrow margin. There
are about 4,500 Indians in this riding; if
they voted in a block they might well
be able lo elect the candidate of their
choice. The same holds true in thirteen
other ridings throughout British Columbia. .    „,
"It's absolutely necessary that we get
registered, and then vote intelligently,"
said Wilson. "I can't tell anyone how to
vote, but the important thing is that
everyone vote."
Emory    Barnes   former    professional
football player and past president of .the -
Association for the Advancement of Coloured   People,   an   NDP     candidate   for
emotional  talk,
"I've been a member of groups like
this In the past," said Barrio.s, "but I've "
finally realized that wc can't got anywhere unless wo luko political action.
All the talk and meetings ln tho world
won't holp, unions wo get out and vote.
when wc elect ono, and wo "won't olcot
,.one, unless wo all volo,"  , „,--.,.,,„ ,.,,..
"I'm forty-two yours old." ho ,sakl.
MIvo been mibjoctod to political n.nno-
ouvorliiKH hIiico I wan a kid, I'm un NDP
candidate becauHo' to mo ' UiIh [. war
We'ro through playlpg ganioa, People
wouldn't havo lo-fight, for hoiiHlngj education, jobs, and- decency If the government
affairs. Application has been made for
affiliation with the B.C. Central Credit
Union. '
As of July 30, 1972 the Coyote Credit
Union had only sixty-two members] a
membership campaign is now in progress.
It is hqped„ that growth will be as rapid
as has the growth in membership of the
BCANSI. Wayne Clark, of the Sunshine
Coast local, suggested that Indian bands
and organizations be contacted, and invited to invest some of their funds with
the  new  Credit Union.
Although the Sunshine Coast local is
still the smallest local in the BCANSI,
its presence was felt during- the election
of officers. That the attendance of the
five Sunshine Coast members was influential in the elections was clearly
shown by Eric Schmidbauer's election to
the Board of Directors, for. a one-year
term, and Ben Prest's election to the
Credit Committee for a three-year term.
Mrs. Theresa Miller, human resource officer for this area, was also placed on
the Credit Committee, for a two-year
Because of increasing interest in local
BCANSI affairs, the scheduled September meeting has been moved up to-Thurs-
day, August 10, at the Sechelt Indian
band's hall. Anyone interested is invited
to attend. Please call Ben Prest at 886-
9329 for further details.
BCANSI. has arranged a political
forum which should be of interest to
all Indian people. It is hoped to uave
the leaders of all four political parties
and a committment has been received
from all parties except Social Credit.
The meeting to take place at 2 p.m.
on August 21st at the Vancouver Indian
Centre, 3rd and Vine, will give candidates an opportunity to explain their policy towards Indian people. It will' also
provide an opportunity for asking questions.
There are now fifty-five Locals of
BCANSI in tlie province of B.C. and all
presidents will be attending a training
programme and orientation course in
Vancouver   August   19th   and   20th.
Local Association president is Mr.
Ben Prest.
\"WHEN you're hot you're hot", and that's^
-- just-'how-it is "at"Epsom, Lasqueti,
Sangster, Texada and Pirate Rock. Cohos
are in, in good numbers and good size
for this time,of the year, averaging about
8 lbs. There is a ^■-'•■jd run of northern
cohos down and th<_y are up to 12 lbs
already  and really .tough  lo handle.
Quite a few boats have^been coming
in  this  past week  to  Buccaneer  Marina
with all aboard limiting, usuallyx in 3 or
4 hours fishing. Live bait still seems the
best for  my  money, . but  take  plenty  as
they hit fast and strip a lot of hooks before you  even  get a  chance to  pitk up
, your rod. There doesn't seem to be any
""belter  time""~ToT fishing. Change"oFlldes"
seem   to   bring   more   fish   but   they   are
there all day and the fishing, doesn't seem
to be too affected by either time or tide.
I took a party out to Epsom this morning  at  6:30 a.m. and by  10:30  we had
eight in the boat and had lost five that
were  actually on ahd  running. "We only
—took  two dozen herringsi  used  them  all
and  actually caught the'last  two ..which
were both northern coho and hit at the
same time  on  dead herring.
keeping it alive especially now that the
water is getting warmer. Either buy yourself a little pump or have a submersible
bait box hanging over the stern. One
good tip is to keep bait in a green plastic
garbage bag inside a box or bucket, evidently they use up too much energy
when in anything white and dark green
will keep them alive much longer. I saw
two dozen herring brought by car from
Gibsons to Secret Cove this way and
they were all alive and still frisky when
they got here.
The famous Hardy Longstone reel is
alas going the way of all good things and
the company is evidently going to mass
produce a much cheaper item. If you
can pick up one of the originals, do so,
they are expensive but are one of the
finest reels ever made. Good luck, good
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Stones &
Fine Gifts
A Specialty
With Us
It's hap Year
TOO%  Waterproof
Watches by ROLEX
(If Crystal and Crown Intact)
New "Peanuts" Booklets at Miss Bee's,
Wharf Road,  Sechelt,
Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421
^Minnniinnfwiffwiinnfftinivtt^^ *\
Sekine 10 spd. Bikes, reg. 109.95 **£*  *fc£«
..SPECIAL ,^.,w,,.t.^WWi^,wsww...t -.-,.-.4.  .,., ^9_9m9_M
14' Stare raft Aluminum Boat, used,
Reg. $600, SPECIAL _...„„	
2 gallon Metal Gas Cans
5 gallon Metal Gas Cans
at the traffic light    —    885-2812 . ' V   ■
I ih(ii»tatt«iV4*f"(S«*!«Si*ij*i'
Whoro did 1 fall; whnl did 1 do     ■
To nwiko you turn from mo,
You yom' UbortyY
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v..<Pa'rfr I)
Old furnlU.ro. can quickly and qanlly ^ccHyo q na\t,lan»a,oni J||a(i\y|t|]
"ono of "I lio"'now "paint Kits novv"'o'vallablo' 'lor'1 an I iq'Uiha,' 'ianQmalino,'" marblo-"
*lnn, and clqcoupaging. To - maho-'tho .wholo procqsr.- simpler, everything
Quallr/Howso ond Marine
Dnlnt f
HuUillorirt prohibit. pimtorH nnd"olboi' for.
ul|{n ntluohmunU. on utility  |>oImh.
"Wo roquuril tlui uHbIhUukki of nil nun-
IMlnno.'i. In inulUnn our'oinployuim md..
on ,(ho July1 t|i|vllra-t,o!'H huUI,"
HhnUoi'mlnlrounvi nro nil l huvo «
Ol" di'unmH thai niudo my llfu coniplolo,
Hhottorwl driHimM (ii'ouiidino lies
i.JK.; nhnrdi. of jiinhh luMinth my f«<v '
is pfmsed7/07qnnounco7t/)Q addition
to his staff     	
Wnltor Snfoty emya, ,
•'Toll your mother and
Inlhor that you want-
to I'pttrn to #,wlm NOW/*,
RW     Allon
B.C7"Tdnd' Surveyor.
Powell IMvur, B,CP
47£QtD Jtiyco Arciiuo,
No. 1 Top Lino Paint
'Interior/ Exlorior
1 im ..
"I minimal 1
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With lho now Kits, you; don't«hava to romoya or »crapo oil tho qlcl
llnluh, A slmplo onco-ovor with Bandpapar glvo» tha necessary toolh for tha
1   < 1 . 1 r 1
Croata your own distinctive mood with Iho rollnlhhlng kit you choose,
Antiquing bmooosU a warm atmosphoro, ■ whllo qnamoUna l» quite |o**y
and modorn, The now marblulitlng kit makos II possible- to apply a simulated
morblo-likq finish lo1 furniture^ Thoiv qomploto tho "'wholo'' of foci wllh n
.docoupago, kit, DocouiVauIng '4m.'tho oil 'of, docoiatl'rig! liurlacoi pormanonlly
..yyllll IKipor. cu|oiil>,ond;yqii)||.h,,Thiouulli.jupoalfld appl|ca||uiw;ul,,yarnli.h
thu ohjucl uml Ihu orlwuik buw^m unw,
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A" ��*Hf..��^Sr.U ttr..  Wpdnpscldy,  August  9,   1972  X  The Peninsula Times  Page1 A-7  Speaker pifen. choice... M x  Trudeau swinger,  ocialism or stability  CALLING for common sense in the pub  lie sector, Deputy Speaker of the Leg-  i lalmo, Mr. 'Herb Bruch said at Pender  llarLonr last Saturday. "Are we going to  \.rc\i our stability, take ar chance on one  ���i fierie'-- y...ung swingers or are \ve  ...in?' 1.i \ry the heavy hand of so.-iaU;m7  T\fr. Bruch who was campaigning for  "7iii.il Credit candidate Isabel Dawson,  w.i-'.'talkingabout the biggest problem in  I'��� i i- i-.11 Columbia, Canada and the World  ���l-m-l-av ��� i nHtvt-ioH.   Commenting on the G'���> per cent limit  -���lvsalary increases for people paid out of  the public purse, Mr. Bruch said, this  government has dared to be different in  stemming inflation and stopping ij^s ravages. ; .  The policy  among  people  today  is  to..  l��iab   everything they ca_u while they  Team Work  Working wiih power tools, hand tools  and their own youthful energy and  resourcefullness Scott Henderson and  Dave Hobson are busy in the workshop preparing cedar slabs for sanding and varnishing. Rental of power  tools has been an expensive part of  the operation.  can \get it. and who is doing' anything  about it? queried Mr. Bruch.  The B.C. Government did a Purvey  ainl found out that by 1980, Health. Wel-  fai'o and Education will take the whole  budget.  The Federal Government also took a  survey and found that by 2000 based, on  tl'k- past live years figures, Health, Welfare and Education will take the whole  ..'.n.ss national product.  Action must be taken said Bruch, and  the B.C. Government took action by  placing the 6M-: per cent limit on salaries  paid out of the public purse.  TEACHERS ,  Teachers a erthe exception said Bruch  who pointed out that if they are not satisfied wi'th the increase they can go directly  to the voters in the area through referendum   and   if  the   public   thinks   they   aire  worth more they" will get it.  Teachers say this is discrimination,  but if workers price themselves out of ihe  manket then that market comes to a halt.  Mr. Bruch said that teachers' salaries  a\erage Iii Sim); more than an M.L.A.  w'ct'2 in ?oiae school districts there are as  many as 13 teachers getting-.salaries "of-  I-'iUiOO, said Bruch who pointed out that  (I1.- per cent of &20.000 \. $1,300 and at  that rate, in ten year:; time thpso salaries  jvvuuJd���he-doi-ibCtM-lT :   We must take a good serious look at  what we are doing to ourselves before we  get into a slate of chaos, said the Deputy Speaker. .  Referring  to strike action,  Mr.  Bruch  said   tl-UH   I.W.A.   could   have   had   what  they settled for, without a strike.   Seme people are  ton busy  fighting a  7 F^r Rafti,  >ocks>  Boc��fhouses  Houseboats . . .  Styrofoam  BB  Brand  Buoyancy  Billets  * ^efe * Ughfweight  i.  Easy to Handle  Tt Durable    -7   " '���  it   takes, only   1   cubic   foot   of  Sfyrofoam BB Brand plastic foam  to float Si lbs.  i  "Block tO"x2O7Vf0fr  $27.00 at  MARINA  political battle, said, Bruch, who added  'hat he is sorrv to see teachers blinded fo  reality. The lio 1 icy with, soiwo groups  seems to be, "L will not serve, I will  defy".  Phone 883-2266  For   Quick  Results   Use   Times   Adbriefs  QFY project...  Elphinstone students show  some grants well utilized  Ss7/s//jW/f//fM^^  TRAIL  RIDES  By Appointment Only  Phone 883-2602  ROALCOGOR RANCH  GARDEN BAY ROAD  ,    PENDER HARBOUR  ATTRACTIVE rustic scats which made  their appearance in the Village dr  Sechelt last week, have been creating a  great deal of interest with many people  wondering \vho made them.  The sixteen cedar seats with cunningly devised planter backs were designed  and built by Elphinstone students, Scott  Henderson, William Passmore, Eric Nelson and Dave Hobson who were awarded  a Federal Government Opportunities for  Youth  grant.   .  Working in the garden of Mr. and  Mrs. W. J. Henderson's home in Sechelt  the young men plan to build thirty-five  rustic seats, but work has been slowed  up somewhat by difficulty in obtaining  cedar planks.  The solidly built seats will be tangible evidence of the O.F.Y. project, illustrating the ideas, improvisation and  work which is keeping the lads busy  durihg the summer holiday. But. besides  the satisfaction Of, making something  which is both practical, useful and attractive,- the hoys hoye gained firsthand  business experience,  PLANNING  With  the support of Sechelt  Village  nAnru   Prniprt Council,  the  boys  made, application   for       Dencn   rru|ecr       lh'e-!p'4;3B0-~pfrji-hr and  were   very  happy  Preparing solid bases for  the rustic     when   it   received   Federal   Government  benches; ><Wilb^  T        .       ' ;  "' '"'.r'T,'        7^     '.    "    started right In on the proieel which roan experienced craftsman with six-    qulred  sJopplnfi around  Iocnl >suwmin,  J,eenbenclie^for vcedar, planks,   bargaining, wiUibusI  each  one an  improvement    on  its  precedesspr. Local   sawmills "have  been very co-operative, in providing  4imbeivfor,��.tlie-project.  efforts. Older people seemed especially  appreciative even though the grant seemed a lot. of money lo them.  One gentleman, himself a carpenter  who was enjoying the comfort of the  bench at Trail Bay Shopping Centre,  carefully assessed the work involved and  .the benefit to the young workers and the  community and decided this O.F.Y. project was worthwhile.  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go ihto more homes than any  other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  Hand Made,  Decorative  ON  SALE AT  DALl,IS  STUDIOS  ,ampA  Gras'Swag, reg. 49.98*- SPECIAL ~7 ...���..... i   7739:9.*,  Diamond 3 her Swag, reg. 59.98 ��� SPECIAI  45.98  Black Spanish Aspana, Tiffany Panels, reg. 79.98, ��� NOW 65.95  Diamond Swag Flameglow, reg. 49.98 ��� SPECIAL ���-���.���r--39;98-  others to choose from - you select the color, have  it made to order for you - or do it yourself  held daily, Tues. thru "Sat. - only $1.00 per hour  fui Birdseye Maple, Burl Tabletops, unfinished,  odd shapes & sizes on display. Make them into  ly, rich table to grace your home - 25% OFF!  What have - ���  you go* to lose?  ���if skiWWtSii-iK* ntts^^fn^t****--"^^ r w-i-  vmgMwm��MMmmffff*m*fjrM��im/r  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pout Office Bufldlng Socholt  Phono 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  SSHC  PENMR HARBOURCREDITUNION  > H,  :t iw*.      i       \ It l il     It �� ..|M       tfl,    ��   , *   M   .   ,  i       ,7   r.     .   t       u      ,i    ���  t t,    . j.   , , ,| ���    �� M " " ' '   > *< *   ��� .    ,     .    n  ti .1  r\  hasJFuii4s Availgble for;  1st Mortgages  ^   Lip lp 75% of appraised vnluo or purchase 'prlco,     > < ���     .. ..  ���.    10]/a% por arihum.  , ,    ll fo insured (whoro olldlblo) up lo .T.10,000,'"      -  ' ���  '9-9 up to 20 years to ropo^,    '     * 7 ���  ���   ,-     '      ���"   ���     '���"���*'  r���, 5 year ronowal clauso, , ��� ,   "'  '������.��� prepayment wllhoul bonufl or penally, .  ���      '^ Cfoclll Union membership;'$1.00 entrance foo qnd Inlllal ,  , (loposir of ^ipQ lo-Rharos, , ,   ,     ' ,    ,  nessmen for lho bost cllscrtiint. Carol'ul  administration waa necessary nnd. lho  young craftsmen have been working to  a schedule. They estimate that tholr earn-.  iw>'.uwllLw:naw^  Will  JPnssmoro  who  Ls   from   r"ol>or|n  Creek,  Dnvo Hobson  from  Gibsons  and  Scott Henderson nnd' Eric TNolsdh; ��� both   '  from  Socholt havo  boon  hard  al'work  during tho past few1 weeks, but lho VII-  Imko only roallsod, what was Imppenlni!  wlien lhr(?(> varnlshod benches appoarod,  i^ont ly placed In I'ronl of the Senior ClK  I/,oi.h. llmiNlnK, othoi'H, aro,' lo'ealod ,'al woll   ,'.  ohoson plaoos In Iho'VUIago and aro vory  much   approolafod,   Senior   olll/ons   who  u^wlalltJ'rom���9i!peno*CoiirUto*,ll,o,.l?ofj|,,QlV��.,������.  ^ IMoo, !11ncl ^llioy oi��u l*linvo ��� IMMK|unrit ronlR^^^^^v^^^'^  ^..iiJonKj/ho, routo.   .���.,,:���,..���, ,.....i...,,,..,.....,,.......  .  (Muny pooplo hnyo holpocl In th'o pro  .ject ^.providing cedar ulabs, cIIhcoliiiI  ���  rate's,'   t.rnnHpbrt��|.lon.'aiid   somo  advice,  h.,��jholt .Gardpn Club has offered lo plant  ��nd  maintain'' tho plaiwfrs  which hoido  pooplo hn'vo 'mlfl{akon"'foV garbiVgo dis'"'  Pohi\1 receptacles"  Almoflt ovory ono Iho Times,qunnttoh-  ed-about t,l)o projQot, Ihpughl It n good  ..Won W>, oomntondocl the lads on tholr  Who Moods All This?  Your Eyes. A PQclflo  sunsqt. A good book  A qorria of golf.  -v-',",v*"*,",*Achlld,pr,mi|-  That's what you'v<- u t  to lose.  r  >  ������i  Your Hearing. A bird at  .< or window. The laughter  <-f(h|idren.Agood)Qke. '���  "*ioin baby'a first word.  I h.u   .vhat you'vq got  tu IJ .o,  I, ,Hvti'^ati^f.i'4'i^-'W.^fi.'^_i4ii i*iJ*iri^H^''M,^  ���fc-iWite ii(,:wisftt(rS*'*l��f(.��rt  2nd MORTGAGES   \ ��� ,  _.____*>*U____��.yUlllVa*r.  TV^^porannum.'  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Tlwi'tj what y9uV9.  aottolOBO.>-ir.Mv��   ^4 .1 . :   RMWSWWWBUWWewNWSWe  I   )��, n,,tl.        '       ....  ', ,1   ' h  \  TTvTI  You huvo a lot (o lo*.*  McWolylfnralQrW^^   Woarprotoollvo'flC|ul|MT)0ntrHRvO'fte^o^ttltucl9,--u  Have a aalo llio,1  momemerfe  compensation  QYomwnimwrro^',  ^M^^m^mmv^mfm^mt^mtmwt^t^H.im^��mm^^,l'tmtii*flti  i^mtm>wmlwmmmm*&**��&pt  mt^vtt^t#m4m  ^*,,^t* ,������^�� ,���  * i  l'  I  |'l . 'it.^H'Hl"'''*' V"  <l<   t., ,,  ,   t  flt  Jw*4��  t  HByt#wa^t#��oiWwtiwWw  i   I   ,  rjfcr  .t, ��� \  *3J*^S' �����.<�� .<....  x\  V  \  "V  Hostility gtows.I.  Page A-8  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, August 9,  1972  \  Vdncmiver yacht club attac  REPRESENTING     a   number    of Secret' under" way lor the area. Residents undei'\  V  Cove residents, Mr. Don Pye asked_  - Han.-Isabel DawKon to have the. transfer  of a private lease at Secret Cove ,to the  Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, rescinded.  Describing the transfer as ' "infamous,  and the most dastardly trick I have ever  seen", Mr. Pye on two occasions asked  Mrs. Dawson to have the transfer rescinded.  The^ request was made at Mast Saturday's campaign meeting at Pender Harbour attended by Hon. Isabel Dawson  ancl Deputy Speaker of the House Mr.  Herb  Bruch. ' '   " '  stand, this is a combined effort by federal, provincial and\ regional authorities  to guide future use and development of  the area." Any "change or expansion of  existing leases should await findings of  such survey.      ���. _  Victoria's suggestion that this particular arm'of Secret Cove is larger or better able to sustain flushing of human  sewage does not agree with local opinions and observation of actual results.  Local members of the medical grofession  Mrs. Dawson* said that "she could not  make any promises but that she had  shown Lands, Forests ��� and Water Re-  ' sources Minister Hon Ray Williston, the  area in question and had not yet received  the Minister's report on the matter.  Group of concerned residents- of Secret Cove have submitted the following  brief to the Regional Board, It states:  are quite concerned  about current  levels  of pollution  in .all parts of Secret Cove.  From"!ahcl^Tnaps~and litgbtiTte^r hoto-���-  survey the conclusion about size of the  South East arm of Secret Cove is understandable. Reference to marine charts,  however, shows that the Gibson lease is  in an arm that dries about 607c of its  length at low tide���that it ,bas an, entrance only 75' wide���that it has an ad-  ditionul tw.olve or fifteen residential lots  volved;   arc, unanimous   in   objecting   to  large groups of live-aboard ykchts beingv  accommodated in a small residential arm  of a cove  that has adequate commercial  marinas already functioning. ,  Residents and many other yachtsmen  see no need whatever for establishing  private club dockage and outstations in  the two small arms of Secret Cove.  As Vou enter Secret Cove by water,  and less than one mile from its entrance,  the provincial government has invested  large   sums   .i-n���Smuggler's���Cove,   as���a���  We appreciated the invitation to meet  with your area "B" Advisory Committee,  chaired by Mr. C. Thorold, and welcome  the opportunity to set out the views expressed at that meeting about the transfer of Water Lease No. 3215 to Royal  Vancouver Yacht Club of Vancouver.  B.C.  Your file indicates water lease to Mr.  R. Gibson was issued in July 1971- covering boat moorage for himself and four  co-owners of 400 feet of water frontage  land in the South East arm of Secret  Cove. No obection was raised by your  Board to this lease for personal usage  by five people. In reality/the placing of  eight piles and the building of a 350  foot dock took place in 1969. There was  some concern in the neighbourhood about  the size of the dock, and someone asked  Mr. R. Gibson to apply for permission  to have these piles, and presumably to  obtain a water lease lo cover, which was  issued in July 1971, two years after the  -facl. _ :   Also, application was made lo the  Regional District lo subdivide Ihe 400  feci into five 80 foot lots, which was  turned down alter percolation tests for  sewage  purposes.  When the RVYC's proposed water  lease abbulling D.L. No. 4552 was not  ��� granted, the Lands Department effected  tiansfer of Lease No. 3215 (issued for  boat moorage to Mr. R. Gibson) to the  RVYC for use as an ,out station or club  marina���a quasi commercial' group usage  ��� not in accord with zoning regulations  for the area, and nol in accord with the  original personal use intent of the lease  to Mr.   Gibson.  Residents' were not informed and no  local publication was made of the fact  that this transfer was to be made. Prior  lease transfers in Secret Cove have required public hearings and sufficient  notice to residents.  All levels of government are aware  a special usage and tidal action survey is  east of the water lease. Local opinion  is that flushing action on this arm, plus  over 3000 feet of drying flats and its  very narrow entrance, ensure pollution  of an abominable nature from additional  large boat moorage.  The further suggestion that there is  little real change in boat usage by reason  of dock size limitation overlooks the  change in use of five previous owners  to a club having more than 400 boats  and nerly 1000 members as possible users.  Additionally, the practice of rafting,  or tying alongside, makes possible such  gatherings as 50 boats at one time, as  in Silva Bay outstation of the RVYC, and  a similar station at Centre Bay, Gambier  Island. Both stations incidentally, are located  on  islands.  ,On July 1st, 1972, despite heavy  winds 12 boats tied up overnight at the  Water Lease No. 32.15. On July 8th ���  August (ith. 1972, a special cruise is coming in overnight from the RVYC, and  according lo a newspaper item, 20 boats  have registered by July 8th���and in fact,  30 to 40 boats may be expected.  Another water lease exists immediately West of the Gibson Lease, in the  name of one or several yachtsmen of the  West Vancouver Yacht Club. While currently dormant, the pattern may develop  in the same way. Like the RVYC-WVYC  turned down the initial proposal to develop a station in Secret Cove, and interested individuals bought real estate  after the turn down. As the situation becomes more favourable, and the demand  becomes greater, the ownership is transferred, and local residents and property  owners are left with problems of pollution, excessive congestion and violation  of zoning in a recognized residential area.  Most residents, enjoy boats, all enjoy  water usage. Many have or are planning  their- personal little floats, and yacht  clubs tare frequently family friends. All  residents  who are  not  commercially  in-  Marine Park.  Smuggler's     Cove,     and     commercial  ~m a r i n asrrenr tirlte~carE~ot ~alt-yaeh t-o vm*-  ers-visiting   this   area.   The   Commercial  Marine is located .in do'ep water, and can  adequately serve 60 to 80 boats.  The \Jolly   Roger  'Hotel"Ms   a" large  dock  for  boat  visitors,   the   nearby   Buccaneer   Marina   of   John   Mercer   serves  Bucca.neer   traffic,   as   well   as   other   re-.  :htsmeiv and���casual   bpat���and-  ,lelayeel,   land- values   and   taxation .income to government will be reduced.  In our collective opinion the Land  Department has made a grave error in  11 ansferring a personal moorage lease to  group Usage to the largest yacht club in  British Columbia, and in the process,  violating your own zoning regulations.  We ask, with all respect, that you have  lli^s lease transfer withdrawn, and that  residential zoning regulations- be en-  lorced. 7      ���    .   Qn behalf of residents of Secret fcove  ��� irea��\  Answers your phone 2.4  hours  \ v   V -  Records  Alf Incoming Calls  ALL  FOR  LESS  THAN   $200.  For Demonstration:  Phone 885-9816  gular���ysct  trailer  boat traffic.  Looking ahead five or ten years, we  can foresee steady growth in permanent  homes, "weekend cottages and yacht traffic. If health and sewage requirements*  do not alfBw 400 feet of residential land  to be subdivided into five building lots,  does it make any sense to tolerate periodic visits of 10 to 20 floating residences  (yachts) to the same location, that cannot support five 'individual residences on  the  land? .  Victoria's suggestion that-shore toilets  are possible or will be used is impracticable, and in actual practice is seldom used elsewhere.  In a year or more, the 10 to 20 users  by water becomes 30 to 40, and the lease  adjoining to the West,, the WVYC will  similarly   explode.  Land    residents    face     stringent   and  costly   regulations   to   meet    today's   requirements for sewage. If we condone unlimited  marine  usage  of  the same  area, -  land expansion and development will be  Walter Safety says,  ' \Kneel or stHowin a���  canqe^Jf upset, HANG  ON to the oanoe until  '���help arrives."  The Bayview  Dining Room  Pender Harbour Hotel    ,  Madeira Park ��� 883-2377  wyvYYVW i ,t .. TryVYyyyyYyYy^vyYYVYYyyyyyyyyYyvYyYyyyyyyY,  A licensed Dining Lounge  featuring a compreheniSve menu  for your dining pleasure.  The Bayview Specialties:  "SURF AND TURF"  (Lobstertail ond Filet Mignon)  AND T-BONE STEAKS  wwiMitmxmamimmMnim/timraiw^^   CAiNADA MAMPO��/EK ,._.  Is pleased to announce the schedule of vistis to the Sunshine Coast  AUGUST 9,   10, 23,  arid  24  SEPTEMBER   13,  14,  27 and  28  OCTOBER   11,   12,  25  and  26  Office Located ���- 1779 Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  PHONE 886-2722  Available to  Employers and Clients on  the  2nd and 4th  Wednesday and Thursday  ot each month.  The orchard-fresh flavor of  B.C. TREE FRUITS  The orchard valleys of British Columbia enjoy a long and  productive growing season which yields a rich variety of  tree-ripened fruit:'Juicy fedcher'rie  and apricots . . .succulent pears and plums . . . plus  several varieties of apples, including world-famous B.C.  Mcintosh and Delicious. These choice fresh fruits make  nourishing and popular snacks - so keep enough on  hand for your family's daily use. B.C. tree fruits are also  delightful in a wide variety of dessert dishes - -.- . and  they're ideal forborne canning. For arcollection of appetizing recipes using B.C. tree fruits, write:  #J2?<*v  B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  Robin Hood, 20 lb. bag  Uf       j. t W ������ <*,*       * ���  <M^tww��ww^��*��*wmwiw**����  <*r>tt ��������>���*�� fM*"f>��^*i, <frt*�� !���"(��������+�����'��*����  ,,. t. v.  4       ' ,Wf.<-,      , 4, 4,44 ,4*1 |i, I*        ,       , .  ,.-.���... ��ap^��i <���*,������ .i,,^,^, i  ,'l        ,  (yf(<fl?<ffj/Cliff    , f |Jft    MMIMHMHIM M|IMIMMMmiMMHMMMI  ���m&m&to$mieifflm^  ', *t*W'  mmmmmm^mmtlm  'I       IV. 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Board director blasts  water pump ex]  Western   Style  Regular competitor in all B.CT West- -2 when she walked off with first place roped by Mrs. White pictured here  erri Horsemanship Assn. events, Di   in the calf-roping event. Within sec- at Roalcogor's  recent   weekend  White of- Haney^-showed sortie pro-    onds, the calf was caught and neatly rodeo,  fessional   cowboys   a  thing  or  two .                          ,  Hold working\ MLA...  Calf-Roping  Conducted under BCWHA rules,  Roalcogor weekend rodeo at Garden  Bay attracted a record number of  spectators who " enjoyed the fine  horsemanship which included * Gold  Cup' jumping as well as. Western  game's. Pictured is one of the cowboys '' in the calf -roping.' competition.  ly.  %,  ..liACJKENZIB^Ridihg's    Social    Credit    tion, of being .able, to., give more service ;,_���__...._,,_���..���,..,,,.   .,;, ,.,   '   '''Mt A'Hon'Kabel Dawsok   Minister    to' the  people., The  blacktop roads  and "! BUFFALO JOVAX  ... -    ��� ���   ..  M.L.A., Hon. Isabel ^awson, Mimsiei *       aliow Jn ^^ ftreas The buffal0( whlch was almost com.  Without   Portfolio  received . high  com-    JQ. ��      modem amenities. In, the last 12    pletely decimated around the turn of the  "m^ Br'','CQntufy7rio'w"humb0i,-'',some''2OlOOO-'-anim-  Leglalature Mi'. Hurb Bruch at last Sat-    aside for'tho people.    - ��� als.  They  exist in   private  herds,  zoos,  urday' campaign mooting at Pender Har-   '     rorries iu,q p��ying their way but the    and in M&(i purks where thcy vwm ^  hour,     "'""" "'" ''"" '    '"'"" B.C, Ferry"SystchV"is not, Here on the  loncc'ln the House, Mr, Bruch said that ���'������above what it can economically oarry,  ,  Mrs,. Dawson In ono of the lies I, wild ha,rd-���.,,,, M..'Ti1Qr.igovornmcint.��'-ia---.prepm,od1-.'to1.'��ub''���.--�����  ost working M.L.A.'b that British Colum- ^nicUso' to' givo pooplo bettor service, said  bia has over seen or hadi Sho has worked'' Brudh who drew attention' lo tho decision  not only for tho people in her ��constl|,-    t,0 HubtdcUficFu doctor in tho Pondor Har-  uoney but for people In tho Province and    bour area.  the���,Dominion  of Canada, Many of the       , t ,��,:.., ,'.',-....-,,.  , things 7sho   has7 workqd , on   arc  being . RESOURCES        ,   ,7     7 . > '  copied in oilier parts Of tlio^omhijon; Al u    Umo whQn Lot^Q17oC ^0'bp-   ���  said Bruch'who added' tha   Mrs,, Daw-    pofllUon M    D���vo B��rr,QU..ww. Rousing  son Is modest ubout her ��ohlQvomoo^,^^ihe*governmen^of^ivlnfi��away..U8.|ialural,,  ��� ���" Mr,"Bruch said that tho prlnclp^''1^ "  tho  opposition ��� In   this, campaign ,1s,,:to>, -was saying that'B-C,,has tho highest tax, .  crltlclzq and belittle, on rospufco Industry  ln Canada, Bruch  ;',, Commenting, on,the, op^  uusnllona i,hat lho' govornmont has boon, v In ��� tiaoa,! It cannot luko my more nnd ;  -In offlco too long, Bruch sold, whon you ,. ,w'iQn���BuiTaU ,makeB this acuusallon "hp  .Jjutfo^'yu'Mca.tt^^  who In doing �� good Job, ls It wlso to dis-   .dustry wuh tuxed uny W��hor than lho  mlHs him, and replace him wllh someone ��� money  would   havo  to, como, from  the ,t  ^xiaw.��und,unU,Lod,,��*�����^,,*^^  Tho jjoverninpnl has not, always boon  *7     DIRECTOR   Bert   Slade   has. questioned  -���the  actions   of   the   Regional  District  engineers   in. "'"-regard''to   an   emergency  water pump installed at Rosamund Road,  "Gibsons, which-he-claiii^s^h^s-proved-in^  adequate after a short'period of time,  "A   couple   of   additional   connections,  to the water system and the pump is far  too small to be effective. I would think-  it is lime  we.  sought the  advise  of different  engineers  for  they   recommended  the existing pump and I consider it wrong  that we should be-pa  advise"  he said.  Director Frank West argued that the  pump was put In as an emergency measures on a three to four year basis "it is  simply that the area has grown faster  than:,^,\anticipa^e<TiV  Director Slade pursued, the fact that  installation of an expensive piece of  equipment that becomes inadequate in  ' such a short time merely because of two  or. three new connections is, ih fact, poor  business and unfair to the taxpayers.. It  was therefore moved the matter be turned  over to the water committee for a report.  SUBDIVISION  Charles" English Ltd. wrote the board  outlining plans for a 43 lot subdivision at  Langdale, presently, under development.  It was stated that lots will shortly be  placed on the market and, it is -anticipated, . continuation of the present Langdale residentintial will be maintained  with fine homes soon under construction.  Unfortunately,   the   present   Glibsons  Fire Protection area ends at the border  of the new subdivision, therefore it was  requested that the boundary be extended  , to include the new development.  On the suggestion of Director West it  s^was...mo.ved^1the,��-,letter���be,rc?.refere.e.dJ.J_tjOL..th^r  joint fire protection committtee for that  area and Fire Chief Dick Ranniger asked  for a report on the proposal.  SOAMES POINT  Letter from Mr. H. Harris sought in-��  formation as to board plans for a public  meeting re'gaTdihg the proposed park at"  Soames Point. Mayor Ben Lang said he  understands there is a possibility, that a  public hearing, will be held.  Director Jim Tyner explained that the  matter is-still in the hands of the advisory committee. Chairman Harry Almond  added that following a report from the  committee it will then be up to the board  to decide whether a public hearing should  be held.  *    Difectof West said that he favors hold-  .'ing a public  hearing whatever  the out-  ;���cbme.                                    '....-���-������ ..-  . y TMayjpxrisang muved thai ja "public h'ear-  ^'ingibe arranged during August in order  ���i|th'aj!" summer  residents -would  have  the    ���  #opportunity-"'tb'participate.         .������:-;<    ���������������  Planner Ed Cuylits pointed out that at  this time a number of Parks Board people are on vacation and it will be necessary to assertaih their views first. Mayor  Lang said he would therefore withdraw  'his. motion,           APPEAL  Mayor Lang stated he had been asked  to seek information on behalf of property  owners of land across from, the,,,Wake-,  field Inn. The board had finally approved  the property for ,v motel construction but  had -since "been "Overruled; by'thetHigh,-.'  ways Department which rejected the proposals.  '"' Mayor Lang was advised-that'the mat-'  tor is now out of the hands of the board  but that the developers could appeal the  decision of the Department.  . v   Lee Ann's^  GIFT SHOP  Madeira" Park  Phone 883-2698  * Crystal     *   Limoges  * English  Bone China  * Pauline Johnson on(J Welch's Candies  *   Hand  Made Arts and  Crafts  .    *  Cards and Gift Wrap  .waawvw��fvtfifi#aAfiftnnnf��famtftfaamrififififiMf��fa*triMWifWVVtA  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct- for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that SDace is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that thisis a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  Aug.   9���7:30  p.m.   Legion   Hall,   Madeira   Park.   Introductory  lecture  ���    -transcendental Meditation:  ' ^  August  9���7  p.m.   Selma   Park.   Parents  Without   Partners,   Arts  and  Crafts.   Phone  885-9568.  August -9���8 p.m.  Sechelt Legion Hall.  Bingo. X"  ���August TO���8 p.m.'"Pendey-'Harbou(-'-Communi'ty''CIObV'''Birigo.''' '���'���;;"��"',!' ���^"SI  August  10-���Sechelt  Indian  Band Council Offices.  BCANSI  meeting.  August  II-t-8 p.m.  Sechelt Indian  Hall.  Bingo.'  August   13-���12:3.0   p.m.   Parents   Without   Partners   Picnic.   Cooper's  Green,   Redrooffs.  August  16���8 p.m. Gibsons, PWP meeting.  Conversation and Coffee.  Phone  886-2675.  August 19^-8 p.m. Wilson Creek Community Hall. Elves Club, Annual  General   Meeting.  August 21���Public meeting, Gibsons with Hon. Isabel Dawson and Hon.  Les  Peterspn. *        . ....  August 23���8 a.m. SMT Senior Citizens bus leaves for PNE.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  I Multiple   Listing ' Service.  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  .-Phone-885-2235.^.^^  Or call   Toll   Free   fVoni  the   Greater  Vancouver Areatf|  ZEoith_2021 7*  m  ���A'i-tfj.tP'.^M ^iV>��^r��Jrw6'wrfj;i^y tXtT^^iti. t*. ^Jr/mi (J?�� ;..i  ���,ii_\:ii^ii^^.^.i.'i.\ ���  i*(^l(iM>��*(.>*��H*fl|it,*JMlW r* *fflWt��(1>*Ai.i| * f .|*!��lf t*l*l     .,   ..,      ANNOUNCING  ���  Ron Thomas  formerly with Parkinson's Heating  Now Serving itio EMire Sunshine Coast  as ��  '���'M  ::���R. D. THOMAS ^���;p,  for> Ojl, Electric and Gas, Furnaces  ,     INSTALLATION and SERVICE  ,  CALL 886-7111 FOR FREE ESTIMATES  P.O. Pox 398, Gibsons  .Od!KU��CU?i iV^i-W*  poi'foot nnd ��� hau nmdo ��omc mlHlnkon In  SO yoiu'H, m.\' I'I Ih  not pofmlblo  to huU,  o'V(M7(>i)q' but wlion you'look, ut \yhul Ih "'  lu.pponlnR "In  B.C.   nnd"conlpnrq .with',',"  other provlncop, bnvo Imd u Rood Rovorn-'  n\.\\i und Rood norvloo in Iho IuhI, twonly'  yoiu'H. .       ',."'. -        .  ,~�� lL.ltho-iRoyoi'nmonlwwufl.-.plDRnnntI".itr7  could bo duld tjiovu In tbno J'oi> cIuuiro, ���  but thin  Rovummont  Is  phyulcully, und,  i'lnnnolully   ubjo   lo   duvol��p   now  pro-  Rrnmnios, ,]  6E3HVIPE '"   ��� ���  7 This Rovo'i'Miimnl. hi now ln llio'pu:.l-7  lllll,ll, -111 ,*  4^  le L^onti  iimfnek^^faoe^i^ale K^onltnueb  '"'���y3 TO W*. OFF  SECHELT  WIGARD'S SHOE STORE   ���������' V   'i i   '   '   *    SELF-SERVICE   ,i���^ ��� ������  885-9345  \  I Ml  I  I i'i  A sotting' In the shade of the dogwood ftoo Is completed by-Marilyn and.  Wendy modelllrigfour, now hostoss wear for.fall,'Marilyn In. hqr gown 'Of  ��iWO-tone'styllhgHhe-top>of*100%��dcota.te.and;itho��sklrtdinV  to 100% polyostor flborflll, Wendy models ono of our bonnlo plaid'Host  oss skirts and bolero ensembles teamed up'with a nylon sklritjy^ knit''.  'swoator.' P.S^.Wo hold ajlicopywrlghts'to Wendy's musical /composition)',;  your '/^mmmm^n dealer  L^amppell A    Uarietu  Trail Pay Contro, So^hoU  i'i,  ,i   nmnaii wiih mi annul in i  885-2335  mmmmmmmmmmmm  mtmtfmmmmmb  *Hwfi inmptwwhm^...  r    I f|"    .\ i  tteWMtttoaww^^iH^ tftithmmmm >m*nii  ��� i      �� - * ii  m��*       pi -i   t��     ^i*"     i i   F(OR  ���   LIVE MUSIC ���;*;  DJNING ANb DANCING PLEASURE  .   ,|..,l  ^Provided^hY'  b^**^^*88^^^  "TS4IT HTliniMIVC"  POPULAR COUNTRY AND WESTERN QROUP  Wr^ & '4|f t,   *��.a    ti >     t^tt.4.    * >>*,,(**.   *l��tf i     iff   (.(*     , I I ii    K< 'I     *,��(��' ,H l|f I   *  ~blN.ING*~11^A7Mt^f6-9^P;IVi7  CABARET 9 P:M. fro�� l:$b A.M.  y i *    i ,  rr-Trl-r---rT--^^-^���-^K ���-r'.--.^-^^^.r|.n-nf[. 1 -ti-j^i^]--|i"'--^|(piW|n-|riT rjjm j \\jm  003^Z73ll  'WW^ftiailftJwPteJ^l^kS ^W 99^4 f. m^jmm 9 ��� H P ^aW-BlW*. ^ff ff^ Pi^l flaff W^  Hwy �� Socliblt  >9as***pi  4i   *   (4    *     \.i_ I* 'M It  11 j|)ltl|ii|iH| ttl IH nililWn  Wm M f.  <4_.   f 49 ,*vf   jV   ii    f'r'-'M/t ��**   #I<W,4#*J   <  (>enmdu(A -ijcdJimnM^ i^^i^upi ;i  l7tf',(  \i.'<> vj n , r < ,' l.i,��-rAf|.]">''|m>rtl1^Wl|Wi1"'|r.1 ___>_'  t*.\M^ftmiii.&ll.mt*imit%i>*>i+~mimi<*9*^'^^  CHINESE  SMORGASBORD  __m mit��Ii 1.iBHitmrr,ifhnallB,n, tfT*inflHBtfWT��d*M*a^ it] i ma iMaaHHirt *i1,rw ifctnwLKi,vatff..anfiiliii aatt-./.ti^  Saturday qnd Sunday  Served in Dining Room  |   I'i   t,[44    ,,,-,,      ,,)!,  ,11',  SaturdayJarict SM^clWy::   PRIME RIB ROAST  w. ,  <s> 'i ^ 7 w  )l(ll]H.I��|ll|Hlr"��)WI��'  l_<9* k�� *i|��^T#tirt��>^4i^ita#yw j��.  iWSiWMW^W.^^  II ��|��M|IIIIH'I <^LA l^��^> af��^(llimi��|M|Hlr"* tw.^1�� I f"��. i'|ti��V*"Hfyi.i,d'*jH�� MM fWlatl.ll HlmMlfltT"!!!!! W'  '.7 wh'AluthbW^  fP^Mf1^^ -y   (  ^lauwaaww^intawwa^jwijawi  f ill, '.< /  \  -)  \  X  ^  V\  Cv  --  ���. il   .  ^Mru"'.'.*j.''*.".^  ������:<v-:^:.%%!.:.s::;>:-:<-:-:-x-j^  ;.;.;/.;.;.;.'.;.:.:.;.::yy:^gjj|||^||y.:.;.;^ Xv.-j��"f"H"S~"��8|.:.;:v^^  Around Gibsons  ~~Z77by Mari&n Charman, 886-9862  11.AY   rLOCRfHART   SHOWF.R %  I r WAS  in lu.ih.r uf Kkiy  l..ukhnrt_ lli:.t *  " \~Vendy Fiedler- was hostess "ut "the  home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn  Tracy.    v  The pretty decorations were yellow  and white flowers and streamers. Many  beautiful ancl useful presents were re-,  chived from Mrs. Dorothy MacKenzie,  \1k. Betty Flockhart. T.ois MncKeiv/ie,  ( Ui i-i Lepasie, Colleen Procknow. Shirley  V i :��>', Maria Fr.erii icks, Marily Malye-a,  I lua'liplrner, Sharon Krause, Val Boyes,  Mildred Tracy and Patn Swaiv-nn.  Not attenl.ng hut --.ending gift-, were  |>,ane Rf-rclahl and. Karen Stanley. The  ( ening conchi.ded wiih the serving of  \t-ry  delirious   refrrslnnents.  Attractive pink and white bells ancl  an umbrella- decorated with pink and  white flowers were features of the delightful surprise shower at the home of  Mrs. Lynda Hickman, .also in honor of  Miss Flockhart. Guests present; at this  pleasant evening social time were Mrs.  lyra-lene    MarFarlnne, Mrs. Lilo Blick-  Page B-2  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, August 9, 1972  \ \ ���  Parking, parking, parking  errasse  w  The recently completed boat ramp  in Gibsons gets a lot of use come  heck or high  water and when this  Come  Heck  or  High  Water  shot was taken it was the latter. The  truck had already come quite a distance in before tlie camera caught  it.  Other objects d'art  in the area  are unnamed.  Cites massive publicity costs...  \?b  Bennett's tactics as cruel  PREMIER Bennett has been extremely  ^successful in creating the illusion the-  Socreds care for people, according to  Mike Blaney, Liberal candidate for Mackenzie riding.  "He has accomplished this by token  gestures being given massive publicity  through the media and paid for by the  taxpayers' money," Blaney said. "If they  had spent these taxpayers' millions directly on the people they said they were  helping, (instead of advertising^ those  people would be far better off."  The  Liberal   candidate  said   the   Socreds  would   rather  create  the illusion  of  assist a nee for their own political gain.  "It   is cruel,"  he commented.  Blaney pointed out that if the Socreds  really care for people there would be no  spending  thousands   of   dollars   advertising   senior   citizens   identification   cards  nnd   no .necessity   to   register   to  receive  them,  .   He   said   the   cards   could   simply   be  placed   in   the   envelope   containing   the  'monthly   pension   cheque,   That   way   all  eligible persons would  receive  the curds  nt  no cost to tho taxpayer and no pensioner incup{ihlj> of registering would be  musHod,,, ,,....,.���...���,. ���������,.���.,.���.���....  "If Ihoy roolly cared," he conlinued,  "why did the Socrods, to a man, vote  down u .pension ineronso insl. February?"..,.,  It it because thoy could best use a pension ut election lime? Horo in n bintant  case of putting their party first und using  people for political gnin."  ,�����_,���,���] Iu -u l.s(.)���aHUod,-il���thoy..Tually��c,ar6,..how~��  como there nro hospitals in B.C. who  have had |o shut down badly needed  bod'H', howcomo somo Henri'"patients"' have  tu go to Mont rou I for treat mont; how  conw there Is no $1 per day chronic enro  I'.irilillcjs und how come unuiriplo\imon. Is  I win- mm hlyh lu BC. oh Iho rest of (,'nn-  WlnY '       ��� ��� ������'     ,'   ���  "How   come,"    Blaney   ngiilii  'naked,"  "lIuniMinds of our dollars woro upon I nil-  v.-Tiinlnii llio I'm'I a now Workmen's Com-  the right time.  "But7 he said, "he has been in power  far too long and has run out of new  policies to meet the needs of today's  problems.".  "That is why .we now have massive  charades instead of visable, new policies.  I would suggest the electorate is wise  to his cruel game and is fed up with  being used."  He then cited another issue���the question of regional districts. He said the concept of regional districts is " basically  sound, but, "unfortunately Bennett did  not create them for more effective regional government."  "He set them up primarily to siphon  off local criticism,' Blaney said. "Now,  instead of directing criticism at Victoria  for local problems, the regional district  is made the fall-guy.  "This is obvious when ypu see how  little capacity was given toTthe district to  deal with local problems. They want to  run to Victoria at every turn, yet it is  their heads on the block, not those people  in  Victoria."  He said another good reason for establishment of the districts was to use them  for absorption Of a large portion of the  provincial dept. Bennett reduces Victoria's liability by increasing that of the  regional districts.  "It is his way of Juggling figures,"  Blaney said, "and has the result of limiting the borrowing power of these districts  for local improvements."  "At the same time," he concluded,  "regional districts must be made to appreciate the limited autonomy of the  areas which make it up. We cannot have  persons using the regional districts as a  power base to further their personal objectives,"  -L  ..,,,V,,Mi,;.,r  horn,   Miss   Darcy   Gregory,   Miss   Ciana  Watson.  Mi*. Joan  Quarry,  Mrs.   Doreen,  Stewart,  Miss, Sandra Hansen, Mrs. Joan  'Host land, Mrs. Dorothy MacKenzie.  Those not attending but sending gifts  were Mrs. Myrtle Wood, Mrs, Sheila  Tail. Mrs. Christine Anderson, Miss Esther Carey and Miss Betty Flockhart.  Another shower was held at the home  7.1   Mis.   Margaret   Mackenzie  at   Soames  point on the evening of July 6.  Those in attendance included Mrs.  Beity Flockharl, Mrs. W. Booth, Mrs.  Margaret Gill, Mrs. Loise Hume, Mrs.  Ivy Fiedler, Miss Elaine Mackenzie, Miss  F.iiiily Fraser, Mrs. Dorothy Fraser,  Mrs. Ella Duncan, Mrs. Mary McKay,  Miss Lois MacKenzie, Mrs. Elsie Willis,  Mrs. Ann Sneddon, Mrs. Marion Alsager,  Mrs. Tilly Knbwles, Mrs. Mueller and  Mis.  Gwen  Davies.  Those not attending but sending gifts  were Mrs. K. Gollier, Mrs. Pat Greig,  Mrs. Pearl Hume and Mrs.'Lois McLean.  AL.  DAVIDSON  PASSES  Alexander Maitland Davidson passed  away at Shaughnessy Hospital on July  17. He was in the CASCRDD Corps of the  Canadian Army. It was after 33 years  service with the Vancouver fire department that the deceased retired as-district  cluef. Memorial service was held in Rose  .Chapel of Forest Lawn Funeral Directors  <>u July 21. Rev. F. G. St. Denis officiating. ���  Six days after the demise of her husband, Beatrice McGregor. Wavidson passed away peacefully at North Shore Private Nursing Home on July 23. Born in  Aberdeen, Scotland in 1888 she came to  Vancouver in 1910 and had lived at 2841  Franklin Street for 51 years. The funeral  service wa.s held at Royal Oak and Canada Way on July -25. Friends from Gibsons attended. The late Mr. and Mrs.  Davidson are known here, having been  visitors" to Gibsons many times when  their son Alex Davidson resided here for  years before moving  to H.aney.  PERSONALS  Mr. and Mrs. David Nystrom of Hopkins Landing earlier this summer enjoyed a month's vacation overseas. They  visited relatives and friends in England;  travelled in the central and southern  part of that country and spent a week  in London. They were warmly received  and found that even strangers were kind  and would stop to talk and tell about local  places. The Nystroms saw many interesting   cathedrals,   parks,   museums,   etc.  Mrs. Nystrom weiit to the large beautifully kept war cemetery in Belgium  where she saw the grave of her late  brother.. .  Mr. and Mrs. William Haley, Mrs.  Mike I-Wuika and Mrs, F. J. Wyngaert  attended ".the 'Social Credit nominat'llig  meeting in St. David's Hall at Westview.  Hon, Isabel Dawson was chosen candidate- for -MacKenzie. ��� riding,' < :  Mrs, Jennie Davidson, Zona and Lou- ���  rola from Mnple Ridge, visited relulives  and  friends here reconlly,  -w������tienvo����-your'~plonlc-*slte--nnd"'enmpsllO"-  clean for lho next group.  YOU can lead a car to Gibsons, but you  can't make it park. Or perhaps you  could if you could find a place to put it,  especially in the lower \ section of the  \ illsige. -  The anilp parking shortage came up  again at last week's regular council, meeting, when Alderman Jerry Dixon referred  to additional- vehicles CBC and its staff  have.  "I don't think it's fair to the people,"  he said.  Alderman Winston Robinsqn said the  entrance to the wharf is usuia'lly plugged  while, Aid. Charles Mandelkau added  that, "they do have a problem as they  have to have vehicles close at hand."   "You   could   build  a   $10,000   parking  lot," he continued, "and still have plenty  of caVs left over without spaces to park,"  Mayor Walter Peterson claimed he had  never seen it so busy around Gibsons as  this year, ancf referred to the almost continual congestion at the B.C. Ferries terminal.  Alderman Robinson suggested making  a study of the area. x  "We've talked about it for a while, we  should- do7^omething  about   it,"   he said.  Mr.   Dixon   agreed   and   said   village  council owed it to the people in business  to see what could be done.  "One fellow in business asked me,  'what the hell are you guys trying to_do'  "the mayor commented, "if we warit parking for our businesses we will find it."  "One of the things they say," said Mr.  Mandelkau, "is do what you can for us  but don't bother us for money."  Clerk-treasurer David Johnston will  contact members of the CBC and see*  what can be done to get their cars off  the street.  In other business, a letter from the  Gibsons TOPS 578 let it be known that  the group would, "gladly relinquish our  hot dog booth for both d<?,rbys, to the  Gibsons Athletic Association, as they are  a community association:" '  ~"        "  "We do feel however," the letter further read, "that council could have informed us that they had given the Athletic Association permission to use the  wharf. Instead we read of this in our local  newspaper."    '  Both the mayor and clerk agreed that  they were not quite sure what was meant  by the piece of correspondence, ancl Mayor Peterson felt there was room for both  booths during the big derby.  It was agreed to write a letter to the  local TOPS group suggesting the booth  could be set up on pmale property.  Lelters of thanks were read from the  Gibsons Athletic Association and the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade.        .��  AGRICULTURAL  ADVISORY  FARM  Open for demonstration of  HERB GARDENING  11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Every Saturday  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek.  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Liberal candidate Mike Blaney told  representatives of a district Ratepayers'  Association that, he, had no definite stand  on the proposed Gibsons bypass route.  v "Although I will >^ay���and this is  "Wily my personal opinion," the candidate added, "that as president of the  Chamber of Commerce I did go along  with route A."  "However," he continued, "I would  certainly be pleased to attend a meeting  of your group and discuss this rriatter/"  He said he was not fully aware of the  pros and cons of any suggested route and  admitted that he would support the group  should their case prove the best altefcna-  tive. . ^   Following the meeting a Liberal organization campaign was outlined for  the riding.  *X~_  WW"!Wg'WLUJ.UlW.'??ffia!lMiJ.iJ.U l.l.l l.l 11 aw  __\%M.w_ifcMm  :�����:.  ��� * a'.*.'m*.*,* ^*.*_*.'_*.'.*_*_*.*_* _9    9 _9    ���"���   ���    ���   ���**"���*���*��*���    ���'���*��''���*���*���"���.*���"���*���*���    ���%%*��'��,��",��*��*��*��*��"��%*��*��^V*��"��%*��*��   ������*����*���*���   **���****"���    ���    ���    ��    ���   ���    ���*���    ���    ��� *���*���"���%*���"'���" ���*���*���* ��*���*��*���'  ','.  AJ.*  '   '  '  *  *^.W.W.a  a  .  a li _ _'   ���  ��   ���  ���  ���   ������������,���   i^__    ���  '__. ���  ���   *  ���  9:9 ���  ��� ���  ���  ���'��  ��\��  ���  ������*���*������������������������*,�������������������� 9 ___.___��___.    9 __.   ___    __m   ._m  a  ���  ���     *__w^^^m . .^_wk   _m^__t. �� ��(^5 ������bUlUXlJh " ��� *jOL* _WV ������������������ ��� ��� ��\�� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���     ��� ��� ���# ��������������������� rm ^> 09. �� ^M**f*^r*i.* *  i$8$7^^  Mr. ansTMis. Corlett...  Former Gibsons residents  \       ���' '      \ '���     ���  ' \ '   '      '     ��� -"     - ��� ' 7  celebrate golden wedding  ���N*.  MR.   AND   Mrs.   John. Corlett,   old-time^  residents of Gibsons Who now live at"  Haney, celebrated their golden wedding  anniversary on Monday of last week.  From   Gibsons   those     attending   the  festivities were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fisher,  Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fisher and family, Mr.  and Mrs. Nelson Winegarden from Powell  River.  Among   thbse   present   were   Mrs.   M.  Crick, formerly of Gibsons; Mr. and Mrs.  John���Corlett,���ji^���Kevin���and���Jennifer,  Delta; Mrs. Jim Corlett, Greg -and Lincoln, Haney.< A grand-daughter of the  honored  couple,  Anita Pattenaude,  flew  \frorn Winnipeg for the happy occasion.  ��� Mrs'.  J. "Tetie of Hammond :had arranged for'a buffet supper at her home  for her parents' 50th anniversary.     .,.'  There was a handsome two-tier "wedding cake with gold candles. The weather  was beautiful, the toast to the guests of  honor and the cutting of the Cake took  rjlace in the garden. Mr. and Mrs. Corlett  received many gifts, flowers and cards.  They were also presented with - a green  ���tree on which money had been fastenedr-  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  'Gibsons Pentecostal Church  IN PSALM 51 we read the words: "Behold, I was brought forih in iniquity,  and in sin did my mother conceive me."  This was the testimony of a king, one  of whom God declared:, "He is a man  after my own heart." Yet D.avid acknowledged that he was totally depraved.  This is; an important teaching of  Scripture, but .unfortunately denied by  many. It is also extremely imperative for  every individual to recognize his or her  original sin. We, as depraved human beings, not only sin throughout our lifetime  but-are in our very nature sinners.- As  it has been said, 'the fountain of our life  is polluted as well as its streams.'  Pollution is a big problem today; air,  water and noise pollution are serious and  we are attempting to combat and overcome them, fiut let us recognize the pollution of human nature through sjin.  This is basic to every problem on earth  and thank God there is a cure in Jesus  Christ. But before the cure can be applied you must realize that as a descendant of Adam you are totally depraved  arid cannot pull yourself up by your own  bootstraps no matter how hard you try.  Jesus said: "You must be born again".  And you can by admitting your polluted  state and trusting in Him.  Guest from  Tokyo  Shown is Salvation Army Capt. Lome    Gapt.   and  Mrs  Dixon and his wife with Capt. Eiko  Matsumoto, who is nearing the end  of a one-year tour of Corps in England,   United  States    and  Canada.  On highway bypass...  Dixon came from  Winnipeg before being stationed in  Vancouver. Their permanent summer home is the local Camp Sunrise,  iffirinnnnnitn^niiniitiMinnnnnnniinnin"~~*~**""M^"**M"MM"MMMMMMM*MMMMM*''1  (By Jack Mills)  Mfwifinfi0ifinMvv*vvvifwwtfVW~*n>M  Jim Corlett, who is working at Stewart,  Yukon Territories, telephoned his parT  ents. Congratulatory telegrams were received from Prime Minister Trudeau,  ^Premier Bennett, MLA Mussallem and  Lt. Gov. Nicholson.  Mrs. Winnifred Tyson of Gibsons,who  was unable to attend, was among those  sending a. gift. Mrs. Tyson's daughter,  Mrs. G. (Sharon) Norgard, who was away  on holidays, was among those sending  telegrams* to the Corletts.  Gibson mayor brands  letter as "asinine"  Canada, in 1948, took the lead in ait-  mail with the decision that where it  would speed delivery, all first class mail  to a certain weight should go by air  "I   THOUGHT  it  was  more  or   less   an  asinine letter."  The speaker was Gibsons mayor Walter Peterson at last" week's" regular village  council meeting and the letter referred*-  to was one submitted by the Area E.  Planning Commission to the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board recently.  Among other things, the letter accused  the mayor of secret dealings and conspiracy with Hon. Isabel Dawson, MLA to  change the route of the proposed" bypass  road.  "Charlie (Alderman Charles Mandelkau) and I did get out to the last regional  board meeting," the mayor told council  members, "but there wasn't too much  business there. They are still quite sure  they want to see the highway run through  our watershed and up the mountain."  In   his   comments   on   the   letter,   Mr.  Peterson said the contents. of the correspondence  accused  council of making se-  ' cre't trips lb Victoria. ���    . -     �����  "I  don't think we  kept  it a  secret in  any   way,"   he   said,   "we   weie   invited  over there and we went."  Aid.  Mandelkau  added,   "I  was  very  perturbed   at   the   amount   of   so-called  secrecy, wes the village of- Gibsons j 'had.  taken upon ourselves to supposedly have  enacted."  In other council business, Mayor Peterson termed, "a little bit ridiculous," a  .letter sent to the village by the district  engineer, department of highways, in  which a request was made for Gibson's 50  per cent participation in the installation  of a storm drainage system in the highway ditch fronting Elphinstone Secondary  School.  The letter said that curbs, gutters and  storm drains on arterial highways within  organized territory are a joint responsibility. Estimated cost for 1050 lineal feet of  storm drain is $8,000.  "Where they got off the rails, I don't  know, "Mayor Peterson commented.  "There's no way we could get this in our  budget anyhow." Council had.previously  budgeted $2,500, with the understanding  that the highways department had previously consented to go along with tho  storm drain.  Alderman Jerry Dixon suggested that  perhaps the department was not fully informed of the situation.  "Oh," added the mayor, "they're informed, they are just stalling." The matter was tabled, until council contacts the  engineer,  __ ��� ���    ���     <  Badcheques  mean jail terms  ELWOOD Ellis Panchishin was convicted'  in provincial court, Socholt, July 20"on  charges of false pretences.    -  The court  was  told   the  accused  obtained' money by  means of  u worthless  cheque In,both ln.sU.nccs., Mr, Panchlnhln  \vus sentenced lo'lO duys ori ouch count"  to run concurrently.  On August 4, Michael Jack Green of  Gibsons wus convicted in provincial court  in Sechelt ,on a charge of false protencoK  and for his offence he received a scnlenco  of 'IO days In jail.  DID you know (it says right here in the  Guiness book of world records) that  the greatest distance recorded-for a slingshot is 1,147 feet, set in England? But  hark, Mr. Guiness, surely that record  for slinging will be shattered right here  in Bee Cee before that August 30 election date has been reached.  As the gal said when she was approached by the guy on the street, "What  you're suggesting is lewd, dirty, animalistic and perverted ... your place or  mine?"  We've heard it from exactly five  sources so far that plan "A", the original  and lower road has been- approved for  the Gibsons bypass. The information  handed to us was "unofficial and secret."  Now, if the first source had been our  only informant, fine and dandy, we would  have accepted that and hushed up about  it. But after you hear the same secret  item from five differerrtpsgeople, surely  it can't be all that confidential. And isn't  it a shame that local newspapers aren't  informed before the rest of the gossip  mongers latch on to items such as these?  Perhaps we'll be able to read about it  in these pages but so far no word; although we do write this epistle a little  early.  The case of the man hater. She was  an attractive chick, well proportioned  and in the prime of womanhood. During  her session with the headshrinker, she  took pains to make it clear that she despised men.  "Then you never married?!' inquired  the analyst.  "Oh,  yes,"  she  replied   quickly.   "I've  gone to the altar no less than nine  times." ���       ���    ���*  "Well, if you hate men as much as  you claim you do," asked the puzzled  doctor, "how come you married nine of  them?"  "It's simple, doctor," she murmured,  "I'm just crazy about wedding cake."  Don't forget to stay away from local  waters this coming .weekend. It's the  really big derby- coming up and the ole  saltchuck's just no place for a local  rez. But that doesn't mean you can't  meander down to the wharf and take in  the Kiwanis pancake do and grab your  last chance on the boat. As pne Ronson  said to the other: see you lighter!  TO MAKE A FIRE  One of the handiest things to carry  with you when in the woods is a piece  of candle. 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PEN KINGS  SATURDAY, AUGUST  12  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway  101     ���    Coyer Charge    ���    886-2472  iiMtiH��������afa��n��H��i��ai��in��i��i��aiitifwa��atiw;a��iitiMiwi��  Come Work With  THE UNSOCREDS  Gibsons Editorial Comment  Tho .much qoodod, pavlnyg of tho toil"   Itles aro not being used more, Last  ���'~'^oin'ts ii\'Gibsons now coriipletod,   Saturday was tho second week in a1  cannot understand why tho facll-   row wo couldn't find anyone'around.  wo  PRWENTiFORE^REsi  ���SUNSHINE  BOAT  pQ^mBmWm^ ^^HmwK^^ F^^*9l 9^^9m^ W^^���*  KIWANIS CLUB  i  I   .W*t^��f4WMliMHS>i��ftit**H   I  I sf^w^miftW  PROVINCIAL   LIBERAL   LEADER   DAVID   ANDERSON  AND    YOUR    MACKENZIE    RIDING    LIBERAL    CANDIDATE   IV)IKE   BLANEY  ON GOV'T WHARF, GIBSONS.  SATURPAY, AUGUST 12 FROM 6:00 P.M.  I flM*ttMMeKtt|t#tMMiMstNNf I  pl| ^w\)k\ m m   M     &   "^^nJ WW m0wriR      IK   <***! m m fll   wf 1( ff m l#ll H  BETTy-McHARD_Y.DANCEliS  VWFOmiNG~X'VARIETY^OF^ETHNIC^OANCES'  SHOW TIMES �� 7:30 and 9:00 p.m.  BOM7AND TRIP TO RENODRAW 10:00 P:m;  Miko Blanoy wants to do his share in ropfercing industrial warhro with labour  poaco. Ho wan/s fo croatok oconom/c and pblHical stability in p/qco df an uncor<\  fain tuturb. Ho is conqornod abouf ocdlogy, tho youth, tho ogod, O.C.'s naliVo  __j �����.���^if(diaiiirmdnruth^lir^6^6ih^ht7  .mJ  Phone 886-7436 (Gibsons) or 485-6947 (Powell  River)  ������^iWE^NEEDTVOU^TOwHEtP^US^HELPrt,*;YOU!A  ���!#>imw*��ww^^ W-ffwftWfcfW^  MICHAEL  *       t   M,tli tin *   i 1 >  1  mm  1, 1  - fc,,  ,1...  1   ''���  I'kl  mmmmiwmmmmMm  ^mmmmmmimmmmfm  wmmmmMmiimtmmmfto  1   >���   !  *>*���   i       4-       4  ft      **.   Y        f kg �����*   <*  <���*  WtffMWWMWM^-W^  X  . * 1     .     I    r"   <(iti" *****  �� t      i lj&  |-  ��>W^l#^W^>>i^lii^W*ftW-^ �� ��Mii��MiWlWWm<^a^i^^  #����{tWB��ftM��Mtot# \\  w  Paqc B-4             The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 9,  1972   navels  ner  The swimming pool at the camp always gets a lot of attention, especially during these past few weeks when  Swimming Activities  rain has  been almost nil  and  sunshine-in plenty of abundance. A full-  time  lifeguard   is   stationed  at-the  pool during all opening hours.  "S  Unscheduled hours are few and far  between for the youngsters at Camp  Taking  It  Easy  Sunrise,   but when    they  do    have  nothing to do it is usually spent just  sitting around the cottages discussing religious and sociai activities.  Spiritual fellowship and fun... ��  ot too much missing at  alvation Army's Sunrise  -  FOR most youngsters the daily schedule  at Camp Sunrise, the Salvation Army's  summer   paradise   adjacent   to   the   B.C.  Ferries terminal at Langdale, starts with  reveille  at  7:45   a.m.  and  terminates  at  -^'9:30 p.mT"wnen the call is lights out.  But it is that period in between getting up and retiring that keeps as many  as 125 children���and occasionally adults  ���busy, active, carefree and spiritually  sound.  Following breakfast in the sparkling  surroundings of Rotary Hall, it's time for  cabin clean-up and  inspection.  "When boys win the award for the  neatest cabin," says Cupt. Lome Dixon,  who is overseeing the" camp for his first  year, "the kids really applaud." Somehow it seems that the boys aren't usually  as neat as the young Indies when it  comes to keeping their living quarters  in shape.  Captain Dixon and his family recently  . moved to B,C, from. Winnipeg and their  liking for their summer home at Sunrise  is   obvious    by    their   enthusiasm.    Tho  '������.���'������ amiable Captain is uctually; stationed in  Vancouver and is responsible for youth  work In southern British Columbia,  The camp itself is 'situated an 20 acres  of land which thu Army bought in 192(5.  Campers of all ages come from every  point in t,hc province, Last, week Ihe  tonunts   wcro   about   130   Sunday   School  .^..^...pl,,!!rf,,e,^��. |'rr,m��� gn^N)i-,11on""*AriiTiy" Corps ns  far nwuy as Trull and Nelson. This week  110, w,Ul ..take, part In., family... services  camps, Tho week following it could bo  senior citizen1), semitH, cubs or brownies,  The 20 imimbei'fj of the permanent  staff occupy nix buildings, Including tho  staff lodge, Eight, ut those, work In tho  dlnl'ng room, And tlioro Is n hospital  Whoro o roglstorud 'nflrso,' Mrs, Faith Hoc,  Is available at all times.  ,  AlQhQ^c��_bl|,H,,���.wUllJUe,���0-3{COpUQU  of  thi'oo, aro named aftor .placos whoro��� llio  Salvation Army In doln'1 lis, w<)i'k~-Vlc-  "lovK \Bnrnaby, Toiiiplo. Tho throo thut  hnVon'l   us   yot   noon   nmnod   are   now   ��� ' quarters  litis  yom'-'ntti'iu'tlvo .building  Hint will sleep .,>Im.|iI |)<<m>|)Io Id million to  lho counsellor.  Tho ROtlliif? ol notary Mull, llio din-"  Ing room, Is perhaps unsurpasHod In the  arua,   11!   Indued    anywhoro,  Tho   glass'-  ���"���rttmt"0tt*"WT. I'd ItTTTfl *iiW^litoTT��Tra"WS  liroaluji'   a   ploturoHquo' vlow   of   Mount,  -" Klph.nsioii.o, ThoTood nt  Rotary Hall?  "Wo aro vory  fortunate to have ono -  of  tho' beat  cooks ..ground,"   snld   Capi,  Dixon,  During: ii ton brook In tho afternoon  wo hud an opportunity to samplo choc,  olut'u  cuko croalod  hy   tho  uump  cook,  """""Thoro" Is 'doflhlloly'mi tllrtHKrooiuoifl" wlllf"  tho Captain,  ' 'AolivltU's    Includo    hll-lug,   nrohory,  nntnro trails, fianum, swimming, cvufls  yon  namo II,  It's thorn,  And of oourso  thorn  lit  clirlHlInn odnoiitloir whloli  111''  clttdoit, a nionilnii soHHloli.'dovullons undor  , lho mapln, li'i'ii,0a Mhianllo biillMn, out-   door' Hlniciuro Ihal onlyinothoi1 nutitfo  uould oi'i'or) und ovonliiK inodUMllon hwi  camp ohaijol, providing tho wouthormnn  ,77 77dIt'tat(j��,;.Dthorwiiio, U'shnclvtojUio-nm-  plo tri.o lor outduur worvlcon,  Adjacent to tho main enmp It* whnt  from Tokyo, Japan. Captain Matsumoto  was on the last leg of-what she termed,  "a most - hearthwarming and beautiful  tour" of England, Uriited States and  Canada. Today she leaves for home and  there is no doubt that one memory of  her year away from Japan will linger  with her just a little longer than the  others���that is Camp Sunrise here cm  the Sunshine Coast.  As the evening draws to a close, there  is one part of tlie activity one mustn't  forget.    The   youngsters   won't    let    one  forget. That is. the campfire. Nestled in  the woods behind the main camping area  lie piles of wood ready to be litt surrounded by seats made out of timber and  backgrounded by a stage. Here, shortly  before "the youngsters retire, they will  take part in entertainment they themselves have mustered up or just sit  around thinking about the fortunate predicament they have found themselves in.  Tlie campf ire is a refreshing conclusion,  to a day at Camp Sunrise, But then,  Camp Sunrise itself is refreshing.  mi  New Cottages  These new. eotlngqs   hnvo not  yet    nutlylllOH, Rneh hulUUng wtU lit-iiso  beeri'.-. nameil^u't tlioy - offer udded    olghCpcoplo,' in^Stldition4S^,lio^R)Uii-"  ���room and an .attractive complex for    sellor,,  those" taking' partln Camp Sunrise  ���Gibsons Army,  Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  by7Adam McBridV^-   " "^~  \ GREETINGS',- . ���      "�� '"  Tho  Anavets   danc*? on  July  22nd  at  ���ert-i   Creek-   Hall   has   put-the   share  lens of Molson'.s Brewery in the same  ,-ttagory as the highest portion of the  iC-al  profession.  What  a'gas!!!,  Having  been  a professional  musician,  -pipes   no^e  flute,, swinette,  etc.)  and  ,.i being a professional imbiber of any-  ,-ivg short of liquid shoe polish, I could  l, reconcile a rock'em, sock'ern, plataurL.���  o" musical ensemble, 80 cases of assort-^  "goodies"   and   about   three   tons   of  owlies" with a sedate evening of man-.  arable entertainment.  Having made my first check of the  "lake", I found we had .sold over $92  worth of. "refreshment" tickets. Then the  first guest of the evening came in.  From there in, the only thing I can  "compare the evening to is the second ~  nis-lit in Ortona, Italy in '43 when the  bad I'uys were goin' their best lick with .  everything .from 40 per cent Stumpite to  tiv wll known kitchen sink. Every time  tin- I'lrhestra approached the last 1 ti bars  ,i :. .ong, I had to be helped forcibly  ir,.in, under the kitchen serving counter.  Aiii-r the dance, when everyone had left,  ih,. Anavets dance committee were salting  in ihe kitchen. Two were utterly speech-  |c ... (.cither traumatic shock or over enthusiasm as participating bartenders), one.  was demanding first aid (it turned out  tn 1)0 tomato juice) and one other kept  yelling "Hurry! Hurry! They are bound  to counterattack!"  The Home Brew is the Most! Although  1 tn disqualified as a "hippie", (bald), I'm  liny ing   a   long,   long   wig,   because   the  next time they play for us, as the fellow  said,  "I  ain't  gonna see  one,  I'm  gonna  lie one!" I never saw or heard a Louder,  Happier horde of young 'people in my life  and say what you will about the so-called  disillusioned,   sullen  younger   generation;  they- must  have discovered the secret  of  how to reverse Pandora's Box. When you  can get 300 or so young people together;  dancing, singing and just plain hollering  for  fun,  it makes you sad  for two reasons.  One, you're a little too old tp join  'em,  and  lwo,   Roberts  Creek.  Hall  now  ha.-: a permanent   30 degree  list to Port.  I. confess, as others of our club Will,  that, we had misgivings about "catering to  the   younger   bunch".   Visions     of   dope  fiends, arson, and riot were some of the  reasons given for "staying with our own  age group". One single fight, one single  bad trip or even a "bust" on an "underage" charge would have given Anavets a  bad   name   locally,   could   have,   indeed,  "  cost us our chance foe a full liquor license   in   our   upcoming   clubhouse!   But   it  didn't happen, and so to everyone; from  the   orchestra's   drummer   who   still   has  me jumping out of my chair when anyone  coughs,  to  the very   last  guest who  gave us Ihe patronage, I say "Thank you  and well done!!!"-You can lie assured, if  the "Home Brew" is available, we'll have  them back to guarantee another rip roar-  in' evening.  As you know, the Anavets Giant Bingo put us "over the hump" financially,  and, although plans had been made to go  ahead with a monthly repeat, we have  decided to hold off for just this month  because of the weather and all the other  activities that, draw people to cooler  places than a jam pocked community hall.  Tho rezoning decision on the property  we ore purchasing comes up very shortly  ,and,Jhen|,''Loqk put.I "7 At,,, least. 20 women  have  asked   why  there 'is   no  Women's  Auxiliary. The one simple reason is thai  ,,^e can us  it were, "out of everyone's kitchen". Wait  a little longer, girls, and wo con offer  you a "Home Base" Hint you can ho  proud of,  -���*������.TIianks*i.ore�� extended-again-to��� Betty  Wardstrom, Bronclo Montgomery, Hon Ir-  Ylno, Vol Rhodes, nnd my "Olcjl Dutch"  for  lho job  ihoy  did,   Ed ' Rhodes'' and  Roger   DosRohIoi'h  woro   tho   hosts,  So "cftpp alx" on lho Coming Rvonls  column and' for posters announcing any  upcoming Anavoltt shindigs,  r   Aftor jluit last daneo, wo ..A!!.1, Havo,  To Ho Volorans of ono'kind'or another!  By lho way, an urgent   inpoul In ma do  rl-o .tlie#klndiiosH >of any  good-family  In  'Gibsons o'r whntov'orl A honu'tll'Ul, Ivory  colored LnbrjKlqr pi|P In doing Iomporarl7  'ly owed for In lho homo of Adam and  k;iS  Mr. and Mrs. David John Husby  _,,.,���._,���.,,������_    . ,=^.t_ toy, pettinsuia photographers  Double ring ceremony....  Linda Williams, David Husby  wed at Gibsons United Church  ���by Marion Charman  ON JULY 22 at 3 p.m. in Gibsons United  Church Linda Rae Williams and David John Husby were united in marriage  at a double ring ceremony performed by  Rev. James Williamson.  The bride is the only daughter of  Mrs. Beryl Williams of Edgewood, B.C.,  and the late Allan J. Williams. The groom  is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin  Husby of Gibsons.  Given' in marriage by her grandfather,  Raymond Rhodes of Edgewood, the happy young bride looked lovely in her all  white floor length gown en train.  There were bands of lace with cluslers  of pearls on the high round neckline, empire waist, upper sleeves and cuffs, also  down the front and back of the dress  giving a panel effect. The dainty five tier  escalloped  veil  was  pearl  trimmed,  The bridal bouquet of hot-pink carnations and pink roses was handsomely arranged with tu lie, jewelled hearts .and  moss-green  velvety ribbons.  Mrs. Jacqui MacDonald of North Van-  Creek, Williams Lake, Lone Bute, etc.,  the newly weds have taken up residence  on  Pratt  Road in Gibsons.  Other out-of-town guests included  Mrs. Doris Rydeen, Lanceville; Alex and  Jeanie Davidson and family, Maple  Ridge; Ivan and Ella Belznay and Miss  Lynn Belznay; Miss Dorothy Barclay, all  of Vancouver and Trevor- MacDonald  from North Vancouver.  For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Williams wore a chic three piece blue ensemble with pink rose corsage. Mrs.  Husby's dress and jacket were yellow;  her corsage yellow roses with brown  ribbon.  The reception, a smorsgasbord supper  for 50 guests, was held at. the Peninsula  Hotel at 5 p.m. The long tables were  gay with pink carnations and roses in  crystal vases. The head table was charmingly decorated with pink and white  streamers and bells, Tall white tapers in  ... silver candlesticks . flanked, the,, elegant  round three tier wedding cake, the intricate white icing of which was enhanced  'coiw'eiY"'m'alv6iV7p^  ^.'tt-'JiY^.*-.���.^ Jwhv MoBrldo..'yv.hu already havo a "full  SM��%%S^ -iW'of petHl)"ShtflH"'houHo trained at  $@M^ 0,l|y ���roUP n,unlM m,d lH.h��P��n�� t��� ����mo"  design mauve, pink ancl white silk jersey  frock, full length, with long sleeves and  shawl collar.' She carried'mauve1 chrysan--  thomumH wllh purple velvet ribbons and  woro small mauvo mums In hor hair,  ���Barry  Procknow wan best man  and  ushers  wore  Myles ''"Williams  and   Nick  ^Husbyr"'They'^hnd'^hot"plnlc"���*,''carnntlon'-  bputonnloros, Mrs, Mae Freer won organ-   i-u,. .,. ,...,���������,,,, ,. ,-.,..,.  Baskets of while hydrangea and pink  phlox gractnl Iho church,' Pow murkors  wore pink ribbons with Hly-ol'-lhc-val-  loy,  Tho  bride's  bouquet, wns  caught, hy  ��� Miss,. Lnttrol  Davidson oC''.Mriplov; Rkltfo  and wns tutor glvon. to tho bride's grandmother,   Mrs,   ll,   MhoilOH  of  Edgowood,  Ed Wills of Vancouver (.might the Martor,  - Tho- bride's goliu-j'-nwny'cosUimo'was  a whlto hcifpiuitHHiilioT Tlie7 wlilto lop  I'eiiUiroxl   navy,   bulloiiH,'. and   nqvy, trim  around lho sloovos and hood, Navy miodo  shoos, and, purso oojnplolod Ihq, outfit,,,.,,,  A/tor   a   lionoymoon  trip   to   Cacho  Topping the cuke was a white lace edged  ornument of bells, lily-of-tho-valley and  -silver 'rings, ���     ���- -������-������������ ������������������ ���������������"��� ���-��������������� -- ���  A long-time friend of the family, Dick  Rydoen from Lancovllle, proposed tho  toast to tho bride, This he had jilso done  Whon tho bride's mother was married. '  For  Quick  Results  Use Times  Adbrlefa  NOTICE  To residents of Pender Harbour,  Egmont  and  Earl's  Covo.   John  Breen \.  pleaded to announce |-)e  , has been  appointed  Agent -for  the Commercial Union Assurance  Group  and   wIIMjo,.pleased' lo  quote on all'Insurance needs'; Including   life.  Phone JOHN  BREEN  883-2794 (24 hours)  _ ono U) return all tljo loyo sho has.lo {tlyol  " $ I i'o" "ji as" li | \ cl' a ii rw 1 si a r I I n 11 I'o, a n d will  rft    bo c[ lovoly companion I'or somoono who  ft'   'bundle of happlnoHsl  , ���So, closo for now, and ns Albert, Dan-  roth always 'says, "Two I>IIh oaoh or four  for ndollarl"    "        ....  , ,A child export says ll's good for kids  to complain, In othor words, n boy's host,  irlond Ih his .niullor,,  B*��taSH#9!W����  months,    , ' ��� !S$'7PUl)f^ *��''    ',"';  ^/"[.W."!;i'7i;Ji"ll7;  DRIVE WITH  CONFIDENCE  a safe oar starts with good brakes  WE ARE NOW EaUIPPED  TO TURN  DISC~~RRAKE*~ROTQRS  Now oqulpmonl to. compliment  our Service Policy,  CONYENTIONAIr��PRUMS  iTURISISD*---��MM-fat  _9____WK0Ot  PY  TRODA  MAMUFACfRERS OF FIBfRIROf PRODUCTS  Fibreglass septic tanks qre light  (140 lbs.) ~ easy to handle.  Camp Sunrlfld hofils mnnyVlnllorH but  woro fortmm|o lo talk to ono pf lho moro  dltUlnnulnhod \\wnh to anlvo Ihoro, llor  namo Is Captain Kllto Mnlnnmoln, n  potllp,  smlllnu  Hnlvnilnn   Army  offlror  Although. Mrs, I^nitli Hoo, rfiglstorcd  nurso nl \\w Snlvntlon Army's Cnmp  Sunrlflo, wnR.'CuiiKhl -r(}Hl.lnf{ vvluin  our rnnnorn wns on 1h��- hcmiiio, msl  Th��- Hospital;  nn-flurcd ihoro oro enough onsoft of  cuIh, scrapes nnd brulsoa to keep hor  lnmy ovory i\i\y Ihroughoul, tho HUin��'  mnr, ��� ;     ��� ,  ..  m_^___A  ' Sunshlno .Coasf Highway     , a  086-7343 Gibsons q  Vm   ^^i   P*"S(   "'"S   r*^   ^m]   W^   m^   ^*i   m^   ^m    p*^   wm ' ���^"������w^  ', ���  :k 7 "  '" ���  ^V^ItAB^E-AT_yOURwCO"dHr  Building arid Plumbing  Supply-Companiesor  Oil. sons  Support Peninsula Industry  886*2963  "^">Mtia'iW��W��W|WBal(l  <4M.*f*Hm*VMW* MWtt^siniwwiynpiyw  \/ ���->.  Wednesday, August 9, 1972       The Peninsula Times  Pqge B-*f      In reply to ��� protests...  V  9  \  X  t*^nniwwiupuiluwiwlimnim��wuihjmiott��u im itujaMfanuiww  JN -REPLY to -recent protests "over the  Royal Vancouver Yacht Club's proposal to establish a base at Secret Cove,  W. E. Simpson, Commodore of the club  pointed out in a letter to this newspaper  thai h7 group," "i:. extremely pollution  conscious,'' and plan on u'.ing Hip area  tor swimming activities in addition to  moorage.  The most recent protests have been  submitted to the Regional Board, by-Area  "B" Ratepayers. Thai group i. concerned  about the additional number of boats  which will be using the arm uf the cove  in which the lease is siluu-led.  Commodore Sjmpsori said his club  would like to point, out that one of the  main reasons Lor this purchase is the  fact that wi,th.the great increase in boating alo,ng our shores, mooring spots are  becoming difficult to find.  Tn  addition  to  Secret. Cove,  ovei   the  Mr.  and Mrs. B. F. MacKenzie  Bagpipes highlight ceremonies...  ..-kii  ,:^iu'. .-i.-^^'^-i.t. *.  ring ceremony unites  ���by Marion Charman  REV. Murray Cameron, of Chilliwack, assisted by Rev. James Williamson of  Gibsons United Church, officiated, at a  double ring ceremony uniting ih marriage  Miss Fay Flockhart and Bradley Franklin  MacKenzie at the Gibsons church July  29 at 5 p.m.  The bride was piped, into the church  by Taffy Greig.  The bride is the only daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. William Flockhart of Grant-  hams Landing and the groom is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs, Frederick MacKenzie of Gibsons.  Baskets of mixed flowers were colorful inv the church.'On the. alter white  tapers were in four brass candlesticks  which had belonged to the bride's grandmother in Scotland.  Mr. Flockhart gave, his daughter in  marriages Rlafiantly happy, the bride  was stunning in her gorgeous all-white  floor length, empire waist, long sleeved  high neck gown which was trhriimcd with  dainty1-wide lace-,, '  He   multi-tiered   lul lie   veil   with   its  petal, ed^es was hold In place by a chic  "pillbox   hoiiddrossT also trimmed   with'  laco,  She carried a sheaf bouquet of yellow  and white daisies and mnuvo .belli heather  Mrs, Wondy Fiedler, matron of honor,  and "Miss Lorno Nnirm of Ocean Falls,  coushr of the -bride who woro attendants,  woro Idonllcal full length 1'roeks ', of  mouvo-plnk floral slteor nylon voile featuring long sleovos and hljjh  Thoy carried arm bouquets  daisies, and mpitvo heather,  MIolmol'Maokonzio (attired hi n while.  dinner   Jacket)   was   ring .bearer.   Hick  Wray  was  host man,  Ushers wove Tod  - Fiedler,  from - near- Terrace, nnd  Hnrold  Wrny, ���, "     '   Organist was Mrs, Mao Froor, A vocal  nolo  "O   Perfect   l,ovo",  Mrs, lilvolyu, Hold, of Doha,,.,,  'Tho bride's mother choso n  neck lino,  of   while  was  given   by  long"plont-  There's No Job  Too Bag For Us!  APPROACH  TO YOUR  i-   y +>'.���    , !     ,     .    i'K(..i    ' i -    |     .  7 BUSINESS  '  ' '  �� '      "'    '  ft (Josis jtess Tha(\\You.Jhtifjikt,.,        BULLDOZING . EXCAVATING - ROAPWORK  ��� GRAVEL ANO, SA^P  1 ,        !  ,   .    m ( i>'U      7    '*'     '  a.'*'1'm^'J^M^'* Kf*      (��",'"  MwpWjWlWWi^  <V��^S��!iaW����WSW<l^^  All WORK  ZoOlffiANTKBD  730 E, KEITH, NORTH1 V^N<?OUYER  ���,      ' ���       ������],">   !.'7'.'.*    '    ' .  t I  me; conscious  ncoiiver Yo  >i     -. ��� -        %.  i" quired   two  other  out-stations���one   at  -'.ira Bay and one at Alexander Island������  :' ���' the use of its members.  "We would also like to point out," the  \lfitor continued, "that this is not to be a  ������"Miriit'i-cial marina' and our purpose in  ^'���''l-i.i itig-the property to the general de-  ��� '���,,|,/nent of the area. Il should be point-  f,'l "in that these facilities will only be  "���������^'.1 to any ^extent for'three months.of  Hu' vear and that at no time will they  ���"- ired.as permanent moorage."  A-; to pollution���the spokesman for  th'- i-lul) said his group is extremely px>l-  Intiuii conscious ancl as members wilt be  >\. miming in this area they are entirely  in accord with efforts to control pollution and have, in fact, installed toilet  ���'..ci lilies.  "Lastly," Commodore Simpson wrote,  "we would like it to be known that we  wish to be good neighbours to both the  permanent and summer residents of Secret  Cove." .  As was reported in last week's Times,  regional- planning sub-commit lee recommended to the board previously that the  transfer of a lease to the Royal Van-'  couver Yachf Club be objected to on the  basis of the intended use which has  changed from ��� personal'' moorage to a  semi-public, semUcommereial moorage.  Il was also recommended that the assign-  men) be objected to. as .the actual use of  the lease is incompatible to the upland  zoning.   ' ' \  Board members agreed to support  recommendations   of  the   sub-committee.  7MISS BEE'S   x ^  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt - 885-9066  P.O. B0-87213 _\  Hallmark-Coutts cards and wrappings.  Fine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique  items,  local   artists  paintings.  For  Quick  Results   Use  Times  Adbriefs  ��  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  LTD.  Serving The Sunshine Coast  A COMPLETE CHAPEL OR CHURCH     ;  ���    SERVICE AT MODERATE COST  J. Roy Parkins,  Funeral Director  A MEMORIAL SERVICE IF DESIRED  Phone 886-9551  \  _years   Royal   Vancouver  Yacht   Club  has  Department to study  Indian Health Service  DEPARTMENT of Health and Welfare,  Ottawa, will investigate Indian Health  Services in the Ohilcotins, it was announced last weekend bv the office of Coast  Chilcotin  MP   Paul   St.   Pierre.  The announcement came a day after  lhe second Fred Quilt inquest' jury  brought In a recommendation for such an  investigation of health services "which  appear   inadequate".  The Minister has advised St. Pierre  by phone that, there will be a full and  prompt  investigation.  B.C. is a  beautiful  place  Don't mess  it up  Fay Flockhart, Bradley MacKenzie  ed tartan skirt and red top, white fl($ppy  hat and gardenia corsage.  Mother of the groom was wearing a  navy floor-length skirt "ancl white bodice  of fortrel, white floppy hat and corsage  of pink roses.  The skirl of the bagpipes sountted as  the bride and groom were piped out of  the church by Mr. Greig.  Piper Greig again provided Scottish  music as the party entered the Port Mellon community hall where the reception  was held. Tartan decorated the stage  area. One hundred and fifty guests were  present lo enjoy'the delicious smorgasbord.  Pink and ,wh'te.be.fl& "were used in the  Hall; at1 the. head table flowers, ribbons  and silver bells were attractive. The can-  djefjticks from Scotland held the tapers.  The elegant four-tier wedding, cake was   topped, with a silver -vase of heather. At  the, bottom tier was a satin stairway on  which stood a-miniature bride and groom,  , The * artistically ; iced ���' cake 'was' 'further  ornamented  with  yellow  icing  roses,  Steve. Grandlson   from   E}unean   pro-  '"'Vdsecl''";'"t'iyQ''i.onst"'"'Vb:,,lhe bficle.' George'  Wm, Ocean Falls, unple of the bride,  was master of ceremonies, T|ie Penn  Kings provided music for dancing.  brideVs, grandrnolhcr i|i Scotland, also one,  fi;om aii aunt, uncle and cousins of the  ������������gj���oom:���'"'���v���'���'���",s"���"������,������i''"���"������'������".,,'���,"���''":":"' '���'������������<��������������������"<��� -������������>��� ������  Out, of town gnosis were relalIves and  friends  from  Manitoba  and  many  purt.s  of  B,C��� Tho  groom's groat-gmwlir.pl.lier  from Abbotsford was present,  ��� ,Tliq bride's bouquet wan ������ cang)il by  'MlwUmialnp .."VfaoK'onx.lQ 'and ��� G>h Nairn  caught llio garler,  ���Por Iravolllug tho brldo c'IkuibihI'lo a  ��� long dress of brightly patterned  I'orlrol,  Tho ivbnoymoon wnn f.ponl,'In, Victoria  ,. (ind, Sb'at'llQ,  Mr, and Mrn, MnoKonsflo havo taken,  iiup,rcin|do|-��|(!lo"t|t lOOII.Pranklln Road, Gib-,  -ROiifi. ���"- ���  '' ' !["1' "     '" .''''���������   ��� " ���  islature in  its of the  f-W>i*t&&?tHi:i. '-t&fW&tyt.  The first twenty, years of Social  Credit Government have resulted in  great strides throughput our social and  economic life. But great as these achievements have been/the important thing  today is what the future holds for the  people of our province. When Premier  Bennett announced the Kelowna  Charter-on June; 1st,, he proved that    ������  this Government continues to create .  policies which truly matter to all the  people of British .Columbia. A special  session of thcluegisjative Assembly  ���will be heltHapctober to,ratify the  ���  Charter SaQd allov/'us- to begin tHcim-  porlant job of extending new benefits  to British-Columbians in all Walks of life.  To create jobs through  new secondary industries  Ani expanded range of secondaiy  indiist^e^ cap. mean thousands ofncvv  lobsTorBnticil-i Pnlnml-iinno  Tbio io ��!-,/>  i^t^^.ssiieJfeB^H.ai  [4l*il^l*w#*��l^��*.)w  rl   H * Ul,,, - f .4*  ' * ���" " jobs for British Columbians. This is the  main idea behind the British Columbia  Development Corporation. This Crown  Coiporation will provide loans at ex*  7 7"   treinely low rates ^on^ one percent,  interest during lhe fii\st year -^" io new  industries engaged in food processing  ���    ��� p or o.t lier,secopdaty manufacturing.'.  An end to succession duties  and probate fees  " At the special Legislative session,'   , succession, duties and probate fees will -  be cancelled. Tins will allow BriI\t.\\  Columbians to build up capital in t hull  ^^ own JinndsTvTforijwestment m'e'nlof           prises which aid provincial growlI iuncl  ctvaiuncyvjobs.  Higher pension for senior citizens  British Columbia's supplci^cintary  ' allowiince to \ho federal Old Ago"  -Pension is already (ho highest in  CariWla >^;i.\..\ I his nllowoncd will bo  fiu^litu; increased by tho end of the yem\  This new benefit, included in the  Kelowna Charter, will be in addition to  the $50 annual grant instituted this  year for all home-owners and renters  aged 65 years and over.  No more gift tax  #The gift tax affectjng individuals,  charitable organizations and foundations  will also be cancelled at the special  session.  Increased social assistance  allowances  ^ This province provides the highest  social assistance' allowances in the      k  nation.,, and tlois year, the benefits  "will again be increased for citizens who  are handicapped through ago, mental  "Wphysicaltlisiabil^^^  be Increased  In most areas of employment,  British .Columbia's minimum wage  leyels'are already lhe highest in Canada  ... but this Government accepts its.  responsibility to provide increased  "minimum,wago:s-;anda):ds;This, too/  ���will be acted upon sit the special  legislative session.  Subsidies for youth during  Job training   British Columbia's youth pf school  aid in gaming on-the-job ttainjng  through a new social assistance pn>-' ���  gram. Under this plan, tho Provincial  ��� Government will subsidize tho youthful  employee by shariiig m thopa^mcaf 6JE  -wagc^ ahd s'cuarvlcsj  Wi,!SV^rtJi!t.^toA,(Ji��i,tt*.'l�� *" W *���-.*  ���   *  -'      I !.�����',���'  >\    \  <   I  1        '        .  mtpitmmi*m#t>^wfwimmmMK*tmmfmi  fill,  . ����W^f)law*��*��(,,-���'���1��*'^,'  These liumnne, fotvprottuclng  policies ��vc wotfhy of yoiu: support.  H  iJLP"C- m9|4L|^ *K?��t*<|    ,,';,,' '   ���    '  i,i >  "Vbte for your Social-Credit  Government eandidate^^-  'WWWW^^'IW^t^^  i1 l"ni'"��,| (*,!��,,  ,7   ���'>  MWwfW"*^'",���,^,,^"..^...  I        I     I  ���n im'11 i fn; i"  ��i ,  !>  '  I \  41'    HI  ��4��wi��*��M^  _^tm#mvm&  1  wpV^w  5  , ��� 8P0NS0linpj[)YTiro6pClAIaCRnDIXCAMrAlQNC0MMmnJl'> ',  .-I, c*,  !7V .,  . ll.J.', ,nt..l.l�� ...... I  m*mHfmMif^b*m>  m��mmfmtM44m*t.mm*^m \  Ottawa Report  ���Th  e Times Ottawa Bureau  A \-ACK OF   LEGISLATION  OTTAWA���The behaviour of the Federal Liberal' Government, dur^ the  last days before Parliament's summer  holiday left obervers in Ottawa vworKJer-  ing how seriously committed the government^ was to several of its major  pieces  of  legislation.       V  Its performance in Parliament left  many observers believing that the Government didn't want some of its legislation to become law. Either that or Prime  Minister Pierre Trudeau's government  has not learned how to deal with Parliament during its four years in power.  During the winter and spring the  government produced several proposed  pieces of legislation which it publicized  as important parts of its program. There  " was legislation that was supposed to deal  with housing problems, with abuses of  election laws, with discrimination in Hiring. Two other pieces of legislation were  considered to have the government's top  priority, however. These were Bills deal-  ing \with foreign takeovers of Canadian  businesses and setting up the new Family  Income  Security  Plan.  The foreign takeovers Bill was the  more controversial of the - two. It had  long been promised by the government  and was the culmination of lengthy studies of the problem by Revenue Minister Herb Gray. However it suffered  from the political weakness of being  open to attack on both sides. Some opponents claimed it was too wishy-washy  and would do nothing to halt growing  foreign control over Canadian industry.  Other opponents feared it would slow  Canada's economic growth by scaring off  investment in Canadian firms.  The Family Income Secuility Plan  was the end result of what the Trudeau  government had conceived as a total  review of federal government welfare  spending. This review, along with study  of income tax reform, had been one of  the major dream of the Trudeau Liberals  when they took office. Ideally the two  reviews were to show weaknesses in  Canada's income tax and welfare systems. They were to show how money  should be redistributed from the rich to  the poor. Many saw the reviews and their  resultant legislation as the foundation of  the "just society" that Mr. Trudeau promised.  The tax review led to the White  Paper on Tax Reform which led to the  amendments to Canada's tax laws that  went into effect on January 1. These  amendments were just a patchwork attempt to mend some loopholes in Canada's tax laws. They were a far cry from  the coherent scheme to redistribute the  burden of paying taxes Jas dreamt of  by the visionaries of 1968.  Similarly   the   FISP   legislation   bore  little resemblance to the welfare system  foreseen by those who started the review  of   Canada's   welfare   system.   They   had  talked   of  a   guaranteed   annual   income,  or  something  approaching  it.  FISP  was  merely  a re-working  of the old  Family  Allowance system, taking the allowances  away   from. higher   income     Canadians,  reducing thp allowances   paid   to   Canadians, earning moderate incomes, and increasing lhe allowances that went to low-  income  Canadians.  But.   this   change   was   loo   much   for  many Liberal  MP's  whose  ridings  contain   mainly   upper   and   middle   income.  Canadians, They were afraid  that these  people would  be so upset at losing all  or part "wl^-their  family  allowances  that'  I hey   would   throw   the  Liberals  out  of  office, So there was little caucus pressure  to. have ..Parliament .pass, even this partial  change in federal welfare spending.  The result was a wierd few days in  ���    Parliament' where the Liberals in, effect'  tied up their own legislation, The foreign  takeovers   Bill   was   put   before   Par Ha-    mont,  but  the  government '-didn't' press ���  for its passage. When lhe FISP legislation  looked like It might become law, Health  and Welfare Minister John Munro made  a speech ihnl angered  the Now  Domo-  -���urutlo-PHi'ty-Hn(l*on,siirocl-M,hnl-FlSP''w'ouI(l"  Ijq Ntallocl a few days longer, When Par-  llainonl delayed lis holiday, to deal with  lho slril'o al Quebec" ports, lho FISP  lobulation got a second ohanco for pu.s-  nano, But lho government did nol bring  I ha FISP legislation back bol'oro tho  CommonH until ihoro vyi.n so 'Utile tlmo  jolt ijofofo thp-Hummer holiday that lho  ',. -Jog^laUoii'H, opponents could tie it, up,  Am a roHUll Iho government did not got  Hu logifilallon approved, but did il really  Kills to beeomo "law,  Page R-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 9,  1972  Cancer facts  SINCE it is very difficult to. stop smok-.  m�� after the habit has been developed, it is worth looking ciosely at the  risks involved. There are several encouraging signs. -  ���Amongst doctors, who are the group  most familiar with the scientific evidence,  there has been a major decline in the  percentage of those who smoke.  ���Amongst airline pilots, whose livelihood depends on keeping in top physi-  condNition. there has been a sharp decline in the number of cigarette Smokers.  ���Amongst Canadian students there  are  fewer smokers  in  the   group  which  Anywhere in Canada...  BritisH Columbfd boasts  lowest effective tax rate  BRITISH Columbia has the lowest effective tax rate on the^individual, anywhere in Canada, claimed deputy speaker, Mr. Herb Bruch, and no-one disputed  his statement at last Saturday's public  meeting held in the Legion Hall, Madeira  Park.  Some people are saying remove school  arid   hospital   taxes   from   property,   but  Safe Motoring  INFORMATION has been received about  two faulty helmet, types which bear  evidence of approval to a safety standard. The helmets are fraudulently misrepresented in that structure of-the heir.'.  mets has been changed since approval  was granted and inferior, unsafe materials  have been substituted, ft is not known  if any of the helmets - have been offered  for sale in British Columbia.  Both helmet types are manufactured  in Itary. They may be iidentmed as follows���1. Cosmo Gladiator B. 4 Bonneville��� Usasi Z-90-1 Code and Snell Foundation. 2. Sidewinder helmet B. 3���Snell.  ASA Z 90.1. AM A Group���1.  These helmets are unsafe articles and  wilL not afford proper protection for  users. Any on merchants shelves are to  be withdrawn from offering for sale.  who would., be given the gravy plate,  then���it would be commerce and industry  who are paying fifty per cent of these  taxes, said Mr. Bruch.  To help the individual the- home owner grant is given and Mr. Bruch wondered how many people are actually paying school taxes on their home and  property.  This is the only province which has  no exemption from essential service  taxes for industry and  business.  Comparing provinces, Mr. Bruch  claimed that British Columbia gives the  best financial assistance to municipalities  and education. Has the highest wages,  the best workmen's compensation, greatestrange of fringe benefits and the  greatest-increase  in  new jobs.  Mr. Bruch said there are some tremendous young people seeking election  as social credit candidates. Speaking  locally he said that Mrs. Dawson deserves  the  full support of  voters.  Mrs. Dawson who was first elected to  office in 1966 and re-elected in 1969 told  supporters at Pender Harbour that she  will run a clean campaign. "There is too  much to be done, to do otherwise", she  added.  Poet's Corner  hasr*TEe~besr academic standingT'aM Tn~e~  same holds true for students who participate in sports and other-extra-curricular^  activities. ��  ���There is evidence that cigarette  smoking is gradually losirtg its appeal to  teenagers and .that the habit is being  recognized as a sign of immaturity.  If this trend continues, it will be a  major set-back for the type of cigarette-  advertising that tries to encourage youngsters to smoke before they are old enough, to recognize that they are being  -hooked" for life. .   7 .  (Pamphlets and informaton about cancer can be obtained by writing to: B.C.  and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer  Society, 896 West Eighth Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C.)    .  Crusading candidate  plans active schedule  HON. Isabel Dawson has an active schedule to keep during coming weeks and  has already engaged in a series of visits-  within her constituency. The following  schedule is presented in order that supporters, well wishers and anyone with  questions to ask might have the opportunity to meet her.  Wednesday, August 97 Selma Park -  Wilson Creek - Davis Bay. Evening coffee  party at Bella Beach (Vies) Motel, 7:30  p.m.  Thursday, August TO, Gfa'iithams Lah-  ding - Hopkins Landing later - tea at  Miss Harrold's, Roberts Creek,  2:30 p.m.  Friday, August 11, Port Mellon, Coffee Party 10:30 a.m. Langdale, Tea Party  2:30  p.m.  Saturday, August 12, Gamble Island,  Coffee Party 10:30 a.m. Gower Point, Tea  Party at Mrs. Jones' :230 p.m.  Monday, August 21, O.A.P. Tea, The  Cedars Inn, Gibsons, 2:30 p.m. Public  meeting with Hon. Les Peterson. (Coffee  Party).  Tuesday, August 22, Gibsons, Coffee  Party 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Hauka's.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  BY-LAW No. 72  A By-law to establish a specif icie'd area within Electoral .Area C of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District for the purpose of providing garbage  collection and disposal service.  ��� '��� '     ' '      y   '''���' ^ "        '        7X  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  ha�� b^een requested to extend the service of Garbage Collection to the  communities of Sandy Hook and Tuwanek;  wiuU  the  Dental Topics  CHANGES IN THE DENTAL OFFICE  DKNT1ST8  |m,biil,|y  mttov mol.0  ,���*K.  7 '��������>"'*��� I'M I'PHmpB-mid fnllciv iu'oI.qh  inim muHl ollw profowiloimlH In Cunndu,  llio next tlmo .you vIhII your (iantlnl  ���yot i-iri iftli M'l nelson t-l ntirmnfflTTICWtf  MomolliliiK  iu  uombiu  hlH  "ocoupiulonul  Iu.kui'.IhV ���������-. v,,.,,..     .. ..,,.,.....���.   ,M<u.yjluiiUmtUo.li.y urn .m-i.tiw tu ihu  lino ul liiluM'uiiitutl.woi'k hIi.IIoiih ummu-  <��< In'iur.ipoi) oporiaitiniU hoiUi.h.-'Mo,,.  .ilui' iinliH whloh bring, tho doi.Um'H oqul.  pmonl mul 7b ftioilltloH wllhin comforl  TRUCK OPERATORS  Unnecessary noise from motor-vehicles, trucks in particular, is a continuing source of annoyance, and is the subject of much complaint by the public to  the government.  Truck owners and truck drivers are  ni-god to become more aware of the need  to take all possible steps to reduce noise  in the operation of trucks. This involves  not only the basic noise of the vehicle,  but the manner in which the vehicle is  driven. Use of engine retarder brakes in  urban a.reas is an example of improper  operation, resulting in noise of great annoyance, which is drawing a gr-jat deal  of- public criticism,  , .Plarjs are progressing for Motor-Vehicle Inspection Stations to measure vehicle engine and exhaust noise when vehicles, -pass. through Jnsppction ;, stations,  Maximum vehicle noise levels will be  set up in due course, jjut in tho meantime  the 'trucking industry -and Its drivers  should take nil possible steps to HOhieve  an irreducible minimum of Vehicle noise  In the Interest of eliminating this environmental hu/.iu'cl, The. co-operation of the  "-ti'iicking'-lndUHtry-ln-nchlevlng-thlfi-goul-���  la anticipated.  ".'ricounigo, clrlvoi'H to mho seat bells  find Insial tlicm"If not .supplied Ik iho  rocommonda I lon of u coroner'* Jury In  a recent fatal accident, Tho driver of a  tank truck foil put of tho vehicle and  was run ovor by the roar wheals, This  unci awlclont, could, havo-boon avoided If,  the. driver had been using a seat bolt,  Aanoihor point to keep in mind Ih tho  parking of largo vohlo!on on lho aides, of  , lilgliwayM'rclatlvoly:closo;tointerficotlons, ���  Ma i iy 6 f' I lioho * voli IcjJgh ai'o boi ng ''p'iVkcd  Jn a manner that ....makes It difficult for  drlvoiv. of other vohlcloH who aro trying  ,lp (jnlor, thono main "ilghwayn to know ,  what traffic'1h'.on tho highway and what  '  problem��� Ihoy have, to facoi  Tho Motor-Vohlolo Act my.   Ihal vo-  hicloK'Hlioiild hot' lio pa'Hwcl clo'Hoif thaif*  ���JO foul from an Intoracotlon. Parking at  thai  dinlaiu:o eroatoH  no problem  when  lai'iio, Hueh an a iraulor t'rallor comblna.  lion,""It" KivW tha drlvar o'htbrlnfi' tho'  highway   no  opportunity    of, getting.. u,  roaHonablo vlow of Iho road, uivioalng lho  traffio 8lgnn.       ' ,  Whon parkln/i ,'" largo vob'clp, 'whoro  poHwlblu, provlclo tioiiKidorablo extra1 dint  ���Yourtcontributions are invited  BOY'S BEST FRIEND  Vwant my boy to have a dog,  Or maybe two or three.  He'll learn from them much easier  Then he would learn from me.  A dog will show him how to love  And bear no grudge or hate;  I'm nol so good at that myself,  But dogs will do it straight.  I want my boy to have a dog  To be his pal and friend,  So he may learn that friendship    '  is faithful to the end.  There never yet has been a dog  Who learned-to double-cross,  Nor catered to-you. when you won,  Then dropped you when you lost,  by Marty Hale  Be a pack-rat, Remember, if you can  pack in,,your garbage, you can pack it  out! ''  AYERS  Mobile Home Park  tyEST SECHELT  Now Accepting  Reservations  SECLUDED LOCATION  ALL SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  next to school  885-2375  S|i     V  �� 111��   I ��  ),t.^.!.J, l/>r.^ijj,^l,t'^.ti (.  ���<2_  DURING THE  PNE  August 19 to September 4, 1972  S. M. T.. Coach Lines will serve the residents of Pender  I HI ' '  Harbour py supplying  the following  additional  bus  service.  U,  MAPEIRfV PARK STORE 7:15a,m,  ,,.,,,��� SE^HEL'T.,,.> . ��� ���. MMa a a,a 4��, I������� a a a a      yyy^n^"..r  Ar, VANCOUVER 10:30 a.m.'   ���i^ ancobotweon tho-vehicle-and the, inter-  ...���,..M..i��itHiUunt uro.Hot.up,.,TI)o-donU��Uwar'id*Oi��~^^  <ina hIi'ii ,of .Ilui. pallont, JjJ�����.lnw(,i'iu��ioiiir"  ti'ay mil of lho pallont'it ,��|ghi but woll ���  wllhin oarty roauh, Thu iiwlaluut worjtt,  on tho ulhor nldo wllh liamedlalo houuw  . loiuiiaKo roady iuid,niorll!>.hm ulalloii, u ,  dmlv nun), and a lahuratory. Tho, pallonl,  in llio middle of tho-.worh wlallon hHh In  mi IiiviUhh, ouiiiloriiibio and itlyllith uliitir,  Afmr liini(|i<'dn oi  ^oiu'ii of i,i1andlii)l  -ilio~fioiHlutJiiow~l<a��^uuuUUlcui:.bot,wc(Jii.  iiiitn'rlliiH iijmI n)lUim, \vrji'IUii�� on ai,ri<P'  ilnlil or a roollnod jjailohi, and bolng able  in wnrlt wllh an oi'l'ou'tivo aimiBlani, ���-  "  Chanson In dontlntry ��� ohmmoh wllh  yon in mlndr-Canadlan Denial AhiiooIuU  ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO THE  SECHEtT^PENINSULA  ,Wi^*jtHil%^W����*^^W|i*^      I  .�� KwiWfNnilMiMtait mi. M f <h *H^ wi wfw ii  M *!' *r Wf ti I m **i�� tMfil *jH.  Waltor Sflfoty anya, r  ������Inynatlnnto condition*  BEFORE ontcirlnn tho  wfliori nnd ��lwny�� ��vy|i  with fl buddy,'!. ,  n  C' I  MARINEWAYS  WATrTO-50'-���  7' 7     *  IVjERCURY  Outboard Sales and Sorvlco  i<  Lv. VAWCOUVER .i,.,.....^,... 4:00 p.m.  GIBSONS   ; ...;>..-.. ;6sOO p.m.  Ar. SECHEIT  ;rt!il,,, giaBp.m.  <^^mmi*��^m��*m.  '<H4tiiii,i-*i-tiiififi��tr  IMH5BC.CHMXSEB1,  Solos and Scrvlca  ,: \'"} ���  UfiatWfta'  Mechanics On Dtity  Monday lo SalurUuy.  ^9doJfa Park, ��.C.  7. ,883 ^40,  .....    yft     ���,    ,  THIS  SERVICE WILL  BE  DAILY 7 EXCEPT SUNDAY  IftMtl^*.,^!),,.^^,^*^,,},,^,^))^).  (jlhkrtHtpB,, ,,,��,!  mm^W_W__9__\'^^  COACH LINES LTD.  ",,.'.  ��X��itiA,.(rW.  ,l.U^      ^     f.  ��mm*t)fwp>0>>bm  "t ���  l<f>-,  ft*  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board is empowered, with respect to tfioF  part of the 'Regional District not within a city, district, town, or village  to undertake any work or service under the provisions of PartXVI of  the "Municipal  Act";  AND WHEREAS this service is presently being  provided  in adjacent  areas; ' ' ���  NOW THEREFORE the,Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional    .     i- ,    i.,.. 11..1. i. ..;..:iU,-.,'iiliiiilll!iimii;il,l;i.iilil!iii,,il..ii���.:. i .i ���   .!���>.  '   .il il ii:       '.:'    . ..��� '  District in open meeting assembled ENACTS as follows:  The Regional Board is hereby empowered and authorized:  1. To establish in Electoral Area. C a specified area defined as follows  and to be known as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection  and Disposal,Specified Area" and such areo shall be comprised of that  tract of land hereinafter described:  Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1558, Group 1, New Westminster District, being a point on the highwater mark of Porpoise Bay  in Sechelt Inlet, on the easterly shore thereof; thence  in a  general  northerly direction along said highwater mark to the northwest corner  of Lot 3259; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of said Lot  3259 to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 3259, 1410 and 6715 to the southeast corner  of said Lot 6715; thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast  corner of Lot 4683; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of  Lots 4683 and 4687 to the southeast corner of said Lot 4687; thence  easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of  Lot 1557 to the southeast corner thereof; thence easterly, southerly,  and westerly along the northerly, easterly and southerly boundaries, of  Lot 1558 to the aforesaid southwesterly corner thereof being the point  of commencement.  2. To undertake and.carry out or cause to be carried out and provide  the service of garbage collection and disposal in and for the said specified area and do all things necessary in connection therewith.  3. The entire cost of providing the service of garbage collection and disposal shall be borne by the owners of land in the said specified area  and a sum sufficient therefore shall be levied and raised in the manner  prescribed ih the "Municipal^'Act'" in each year commencing with the  year 1973, for usch period of time as is necessary, on all lands and  improvements, on the basis of assessment as fixed for taxation for  school purposes, excluding property that is taxable for school purposes  only by special Act, within the said specified area.  4. The specified area established by this By-law may be merged with  any other specified area or areas for the same purpose whether contiguous or not, in the manner provided in section 619(3) of the Municipal Act.  ',  , ���   ���       '  i '     , -      -    ' ' ��� ��� - ���    -  ���  5. This By-law "Tia^ be cited a Garbage  Collection and Disposal Specified Area Establishment By-law No, 72,  1972."  tvgs. i NS;*it*WW*f !*W**W* (*.�����* i*,**** vi ����*!+> *|->fj* wj|i<# 4 ;#* H~j3ft$tti��ii i&Mti.,��<*��>���**& *,,.(,�� j *,i. jUj^bi,  ^i^jlKfBi.Wl.^W-.^li^l^ttt-tl^nf. W^RlWIWMi*,* ftjl'ifc';!,  READ A FIRST TIME this 27th day of July, 1972  READ A SECOND TIME this 27th day of July, 1972  II  READATHIRD,TIME:this27tt|dpyof July, 1972, .    ,  "���'������   ���'.'' ':   I'-,,;'     '  -*������������.        ������    '���������''      .   -.-- ���',   ���' '���   . '.-.   ��� ..-',,    ,- I      ,     ,�����   -    ,'2';.,       .���   ,.,,:.  , Approved by tho Inspector of Municipalities this 2nd dpy of August,  ���   1972.    7" ���"��� ���  '    ' '���''������"'��� ���  ���' '  TAKE NOTICE that the dbovpjs a true copy of the��By-|q\v authorizing  the submission of a question therein set forth for tho assent of the.  electors'of the1 Specified Area therein defined and .upon which question,,  .,, tho vote of owner-electors of the Specified Area will be taken Qt tho  -~Tlllicum*Bay-Marino.Rosort��on^  Jjotwoon the^ hours of 8ii00 o^clock |n tho forenoon and'8:00 o'clock In  tho afternoon and that Mr, G, fe", Glrarcl has boon pppo'lhtocl Returning  Office^ fpr iho purposoof taking and recorcJlng (ho.Yoto'of the oloctors,  Datocf Socholt,, this 4t|i day of August, 1972.,  ^B.I*rtiJ*��#l-!fl*^����*%WI  !MsW*)*iWH*�� tNiMvl ^MM^iSfjfi"* il^i^*!* f.  ���1 **^��M��^H*^Si��*��^'wWm��������|W^^ -iillWBflBSW^SflHmWlWJ^fli.  2,\  '  CHARTS F. GOODING  '    Socroiary.  - NOTE  this notice appliou only to Ihoso owncr-clcctora of Sandy, Hook/  Tuwonok and adjoining aroa�� whoso proporty lies within tho boundaries defined jn tho By-law. Approval.of tho By-law would provide  ��for tho.oxtonsloa.of.tho.oxUting,garbage collection.service in-that~-  m��**mfm CI fOO ,��,,.B��.,,>,,r.,4,��>JV^4^aCT����f.44^,��.,>W,��4..4��,,4��^��|,l,,V^  ��WWWW��  m*rtto��HMmm*m4#m*m>*pm  ��*��**M4*^w-"-T��*"t4,��^t^'  77:  CMAhusHFrtwop^dr  ,   Socrotury,  "  '"i" "���^������������""-|  '"Ty  <\ >    1 p "ii 1' i'i'1 1 in i'M.i am 1 .'.-.1.....7  '   ' ,'    ','.'*.   i '.,��,( 1 'Vi *  "j, ,��� ' V '���,���� '  }   I  ��t ���- r�� ��,, n tit- i%, (,,(, |,,t ���    4,,,'  ,  I ' I.  ���waw  BSBSB  mm*********  ^..���,.������. .. \  Sechelt Notes  Garner:  -   m2 idi(  C..��. a t��Is  ���by Peggy Connor  ATHS.   Gladys   Bat rhetor   and   Mrs.   Jn; ip  Wheeler left Sechelt by ear\ stopped  ^tt Vancouver to pick: up Mrs. Freda  Adams;- then the- thiee ladies up to  Barkerville and Prince George, coming  back through the Okanagan, then the  Hope-Princeton Highway. They had a  wonderful time with the weather ��� cooperating all the way enabling thern to  take advantage of the picnic sites for  Their  meals.       x  ������Bo" Campbe��r-oi Seehelt spent a de-  liehitul'* week's holiday up at Princes  T,r,ui'-.a. Inlet.  TiiP Pat Mulligan's had Iheir daughter.  Mi-:. Maureen Fnsr, and her son Gregory  out on a visit from Swift Current, Sa-  sknlchewan.  ^MrsT'tTTla TnraerV--"ransin and her  husband Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holds-  worth of Vancouver flew up., to Texada  Island to visit friends there and at Powell  River for a couple of days.  A  delightful   trip   on   the   water   was  had   by   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Lance   and   Lou  ���Watson of Davis Bay aboard the charter  boat.    "Cheechako"..   Fishing   off   Epsom  is. Matilj-td Conk have enjoyed a visit1 Horn Minimi's lieplu-w and  his. wife, Sidney and Bonnie W'hyte here  fiohi Campbell   l.i\ei\ ������ v  A'��ay irl.i i,,,ne was had at Mr. E. W.  LaiuliV's bo ih.lMv party eelebrntecl at lhe.  extended rare lounge at . St.. Mdry's '  Hospital Mrs. Dorothy StoekwelL^ame  dressed iij her red gay nineties costume,  sang some delightful numbers, then led  the  rest in a sing-song.  Monday   was   Mrs.   Lambe's   birthday  \ *  so it was really a combined "do". Daugh-  tor Mrs. Maria Trippel Trom Coquitlam  arid grand daughter Mrs. Marion Brunner  ��� of Haney were happy Iij'be able to attend. Tbe. birthday cake, },i\\ ided by the  family, wished a happy I'lithdayy I"  grandpa ill,f^ K7a"dma, a title they w\H  deserve wit^i IS grandchildren and -MS  great grandchild added to their family  tree.  \ The Sechelt Auxiliary hosted the  event, volunteer chairman Miss Chris  Ward,   Mrs.   Hazel   Ev,ans,   Mrs.     Vona  Bedman, Mrs. Peggy  \  Clayton, Mf~   Mary  ('��� . nor: v  ^Ji. f.amhp was all dressed up\n his  .vi" .\ I7|ttu.la> Imt arid sweater and ���..ang  n.hi in th,-,^ with Mrs. Stoekweil, Mrs.  ) .i.iil,f 4,:n,i ii\ \yas one ol the gayest  I'utlidays they had had, may (hey both  i-Mjoy  many   more.  Well guess who was on the other end  "I   the  needle  this  last   week?   Give  up?  Dr. Alan Swan!, that's who% He  had his  appendix  removed and  is  already  home  ... convalescing.  So  if he^tells  you  an  ap  pendectomy is a breeze he knows where-  ol' he speak-.. Keep, on ihe ..recovery  coiirsi' with no deviations Doctor,  ���   F'i-h   lo,>k  out!   C.'aplain  Gordon Jones  and   wife   M\heera   wV-jV' -\irce';sful   fish  catchers ac.am  this weelc  making Gordon*  an  ardent   li-herriian  wluch   Ins   wife  already   is.  \ Redrooffs road has gamely been carrying the extra load of traffic while the  Sunshine Coast highway is being remodelled but poor driving practises of some  people   who   cannot   stay"  on   their   own  JtSfc.  ���'���-... W  The Peninsula Tinies Page B-7  Wednesday, August' 9, 19.72  side is wearing off thp white line. -  'Howard Lang tr-aveiled .'by the British Columbia Railroad up to Quesnel to  visit (or the week with his sister and  her husband Mi;, and Mrs. Iry'in Garry.  Miss Cindy Nygren of Wilson Creek  also paid a visit to the Garry's stopping  in Vancouver area to visit, with her sisters Joanne N y gren _and Mrs. Tiny  Hughes of  Surrey. x  f\  ACCOUNTANTS  W: Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  Point they caught their limit, making  Mrs. Watson another confirmed^ fisherman.  Mrs. Maureen Gledson and Mrs. Amy  Zeron arranged for some friends to drop  in and surprise Mrs. Jo Booth��� ��wilh a  baby 'shower for young Richard who was  born June  4th.  Present were: Mrs. Dorothy Robil-  liard, Mrs. Flva Booth, Mrs. Olive Marshall, Mrs. Linda Robilliard, Mrs. Celia  Cooper, Miss Sylvia Russell, Miss Jennifer Russell, Mrs. Marg Hodgins, Mrs.  Dianne Allen, Mrs. Shirley Wishlove,  Mrs. Shirley Reed, Mrs. Colleen McQuaig, Mrs. Judy Sim, Mrs. Ruth Ogden,  Mrs. Geri Marchuk, Mrs. Sylvia Black-  well, Mrs. Marg Nygard, Mrs. Sheila  Poulson, Mrs. Corrinne Wilson. Unable  to attend- but honoring young Richard  were Mrs. Lynnette Mangan, Mrs. Renie  Sanders. Mrs. Seron fashioned a container for the gifts in the shape of a sailboat  all blue  and  white.  Mrs. Pat Osborne, visiting from Australia, and her. sister Mrs.* Nora Svass  from Vancouver spent the day with Mrs.  Chuck Ayer's of West Sechelt". They called in on Mrs. Alice French. The two  sisters grew up practically next door  to Alice so were happy to visit their  friend.  The Chuck Avers are enjoying a visit  from Chuck's mother Mrs.' Eva Aver of  New  Westminster.  Mrs. Esther Gustavson from Vancouver has been up lo see her sister in  West Sechelt Mrs. Edith Montgomery.'   "  Up for a short visit to a few of their  many friends in Sechelt from Vancouver  were Mrs. Hazel Critchell and Mrs. Betty  tART supplies  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN VoU  NEED BUILpiNG SUPPLIES  x . GIVE USA CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  .  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  . Sunday School: 9:45 o.m.  Sunday Services: 11 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  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  N Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resm ONLY $1 1.25 gal.  Cowrie  Street - Sechelt - 885-9817  Telephoae 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deoter for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO   SERVICES   SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  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 - Recoring  DAILY AFTER 6 P.M.���ALL DAY WEEKENDS  4/10 MILE WEST of FLUME RD. & HWY 101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes the difference.  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  - HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10a.m,-3p.m.  Fri, 10 a,m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a,m.-3 p.m,  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m,  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE a  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet  Units Are All  Prefij-iished  Before  Installation -  R   BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CHARTER  BOATS  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential and Commercial. Maintenance and  Design. 24 Hour Answering Service.  FREE ESTIMATES  Bob Lambert        886-7605 Ed Dolinsky  Wyngaert Road-Sunshine Coast Highway  Box  860 - Gibsons  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  Fo r de fa i I s-'��� of * sum me r '"���" se r v i ces at  Sechelt, Redrooffs, Pender Harbour  and, Egmont please phone: .,  885-9793    ���    885-2133  885-9673    ���    885-2320  BLASTING  PENDER HARBOUR  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9,45 A.M.  Church service���i i (oo a.m.  Pastor Rov, Wflltor S. Ackroyd  ,,      Madeira park ��� BB3-2374  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���i IQsQQ a.m.  Church Service ������ llilS a.m.  EYonlna Sorvlco 7|30 p,m,  PASTOR. REY.'s, CASSGLLS  Pay's Payi Road, and Arbufim  (2 block* up from Highway)  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pemler Haxtour -883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ���ALIr WORK-FULLY^--INSURED���  FHEE^JSTIMATE^^^^^^  Tod Donley 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For (Expert Blasting  ..,,.' FI^EE ESTIMATES 7,���,  Phone 885-23Q4 L, C, Emerion  II l.a Answer Loavo Message at  ,    '      ' '885-9326 7,  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.   ,  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'   Carolina  Cruiser.   Guides available.   Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor) 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDE   SERVICE  REASONABLE RATES  Phone:  Home, 883-2410  Pender Harbour Fishing Resort, 883-2424  or Lee Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698  CHIMNEY  CLEANING   VACUUM CLEANING  Stoves and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS   COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box 89, Madeira  Park  .   ... . .,-...   r?hm? :8ft3!!2274.". .���A ^., .*& j-  C&AST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MlX CONCRETE '  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666,   Box   172, Sechelt,  B.C.  ��� ���-.������������������ f ����� ������- if .i.t.i.i       i..i..M in'.��� ������ .m.  U.I I I    .11. ���������  ���������a.M.i  f���  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING   .  Clearing - Excavations -Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phono: Sechelt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Pender Harbour "  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free,,estimates  Joe McConn, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL, CONTRACTOR  Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance  Repairs  PHONE ^85-9978  Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  - Commercial Wiring  Phone 886-7816  JANITOR  SERVICE  (Cont.)  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, Interior &  Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE  885-9715  AFTER 4 P.M.  RETAIL STORES  Bos 642 . Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE  SHOP  At the Sign ot the Chevron  HILL'S  MACHINE SHOP  &  MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Morine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard  Marine Station  Phone 886-772V Re��. 886-��956, 886-932��  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  /     HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  IHb   IOGGLKY  Wear  MARINE  SERVICES  FUEL  c  p.  ANADIAN      |~ ROPANE  GAS & OIL LTD  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and  Dolphin -  Sechelt,  B.C.  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  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  Ladies' and Children's  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street. Sechelt  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical   -   Plumbing   -   Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  ot Francis Peninsula  ROOFING AND FLOORING  NURSERY  e:  RNIE WI DM AN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Interest  Ton years to nav  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Completo lino'of appliances  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  IJ ' J1 "H|I'>|"1   ' TU1  HAIRDRESSERS  BUILDERS  nm. ^9tut^,mAm ��m��n<mw.MnM mn  HMWMMMfemWt  Th,o Unlto'cl Church of Canada  SERVICES  St, John'i United Church - Pavd Pay  Sunday Sorvlco.1.�� 9:30 n,m,  Roberts Crook United  Sunday Sorvlcos�� 2.30 p,m.  Glhiom United Church  Sunday Sorvlcos - 11! 15 a,m,  Port Mellon. United  Sunday Sorvlcos -7i30 p,m  ��� (2nd and 4111 Surulafl)  Mlnlrtnr    ,       :.. ������������  Ray, Jim Wllllamnon "Gibsons -,.B")a-233."  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  ,.,F0R..ALL.TYRES���.OR JASBMENTS,.  I-ASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Comploto Instructions Provided .i  'FISHER~FORM~RENTALS  886-9951  TRICON^EVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAU HOMW "  ,   Hlph ty-allly . ., RoasoriaWo Prices  Buy a Packafjo and erect It yoi.rf.olf, or got  1 ,. ��� ��� our professional help. ���   -1  'GARDEN PAY,'P.C,'-"Phorte Eve��.J��P3.2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES  P.V. Services Ltd,  LOG H AU Ll NG CONTRACTOR  Direct all onquJnoa toi  Pispotchor at 005-9030, oves, 086-7375  ' Olllco Hotira fl|30 a(m, to 4:30 p,m,   ���  waMwawiiiia^^  ��*��HJ'***wi  Baptist Church Services  PETHEL PAPT1ST CHURCH  "    MiiViimM on3'trn|l. Sjcliqlf  , Sunday School 10:00 q;m,    ,  Morning Worship 11;15 a.m.  i, ���. 005-9660  CALYARY-BAPTIST-CHURCH-  ParK Road, QIIwom���-r���*���  Morning Worship 9,|30'Q.m.  J^undfliLSfiho^lJOijJEjaira^.  Evening Fellowship /���sOD p,m,  006.2190  Rav,vi, E," l-lanrlR. Intorlm Pns|nr  ",    7     8B6-7776'     ���   ��������  REAPY-MIX CONCRETR AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ..Your One Stop 0MlM|na Store  , . ,  For All Your Uiillcllnp, Needs  GIDSONS BUILDING.SUPPLIES-LTD.  1653 .Soavlow - Phone 886-2642  Froo Estimates �� Fast Sorvlco  G fi, W DRYWALL  WmW*49*9l9>****4��tyVV****4l>*>*^^  Drywall acousllc ond loMturcd ceilings,  Ntfvf wrVinos Qlbsorw'oraa and tho Peninsula."  phone 004-5315  ���Do��JA4*JRfiiL/^*'!.?,!,.t..'?.,.9;  YOUR AP IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  T  /    MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  . Floors - jfPatios - Stairs   ..,.v.   .Walks,t,4DrlvQwaya.,     .  Free Estimates Phono 085-9413  ���:~���PA^^^  "STONp IS THE GAME  PAUL IS,THE NAME"  Also fireplaces, slate patios ,qncl  barbecues  Phono 886-7220 oyos, 6-9 p.m.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD,  ���    PORT MfiLLQN to OLG'S COVE  Toll 806-2930 or 005.9973  Call Us For Your Plupaigl Noodjj,  . When Renovating Or Spring Cleanlnfl.    ���  Contalnora Availablo,  ELECTRICIANS  7    ACTON ELECTRIC LTP.  'R-Wldontlal - Industrlol arid Marine Wlrlno*   p��� Electric- Heat" Lln��r WorK"*~^*~i���  _���,t^^. p|10n0-8867244J***^Tww"w  r*��������� "���'���"��� ���' ������a��� i ����� >m  Residential - Commercial * Industrial  '" '"' Slg���ELECJR|CI"'LTD";   Gov't Cortlfle'd Electricians  '  Phono Pay or Eyo. 005-^062  i   t.,���t   .,���    n>, i-M���w ...       ���t ,,',,,.  ANN'S COIFFURES  '''','v,',lnJtKe',BaT''B'l6ck'''''   Next to the Co-op Storo  Gibson* 886-2322  , .���.���. ��� ���   SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  ..."    . Expert. Hair Styling  Cowrie St.;     ";    ' Phone  Sechelt, PiC, v 885-2818  HEAT INC & SHEET IVIETAt  HAUL SHEET METAL 8,  HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  WWW**>MWM(W*  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, PC  PIL FIRED WARM AlR HEATING  > '    OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Pown ���- 10 Years To Pay   Llqht Plumbing  ��� ������ ���**��� "2' Roy Blanche - ���-> 883-2401 ���r���  FRANK  E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  686-2248  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AMP  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEADING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work' Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Plumbing - Plpeflttlng - Steamflttlng  Hot Water Hoatlng,?,Pipe Lagging.,,....-.   FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  1 '      1���' ' ' '���' ���  Repairs - Alterations - Now InstallatlOhs  LAMRIE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING  "'    ���"'������"���'��� LTD. '���'������ ������������-'���'"��������� -r-'������  Govt., Certified RJumbor   -^   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  ���    '���   P.O. BOX 825'^-. SECHELT, B.C,  PENINSULA PLUMRING LTD.  Sales and Service ���* 006-9533 'i ���  Everything for tho Do-||��Yoursolfer  Cfintract 8< Rbnovalloria  " - ' ""'FREE-ESTIMATES* ���~. -   Lon Coates 006.7605  Rqy CoqtM B06.9S33 .0067872  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING 8. HEATING  ���,  PLUMBING - HYPRONIC HEATING  , ,   N'iW WORK .and SERVICE WORK  Gov't. Cqrllflod Plumber  Phono 883-2720  ALL TYPES.OF ROOFING APPLIED ���  AND REPAIRED  All W^k Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your    : "���"   ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES _  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new ond  . Large & Small  Used  885-9832  Sechpl*.  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Ba>  Sechelt,^B.C.   885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  f  TIRES  ���mm  .         COASTAL TIRES  ,    .  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibson*, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  ���     SALES At^D SERVICE  'All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m.. to 5;3Q p,m.  Friday evening by appointment only,  TOWING  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WPRKS  ��� WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  Ah|0 MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  JRQN.WQRK-^^--���.  rr  Ul*  Phone 006-70919 - 086.7056 . 806.7290  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  y/elcomo^to-Tho-Floorshlno-Coast-  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE   .Specialist* In.Clflfln nfl-Hoor Waxing'  ,   Spray Duffing - Window Cleaning;*'r  . , , .RUG. SHAMPOOING  Phono 086-7131 �� Glbions, B.C.  Box 63, ,  Madolra Park, B.C,  RENTALS  A. C, 'Rentals  Tools ancl Equipment  Gordon Bay/ B.C,       Phono 883-2585  'RENT-IT-AT"   THE RENTAL SHOP  , at Davis Pay ���  "We Rent or Sell Almost Evorylhlno"  Typcwrltero. Llahtlng PlonU��Televisions  Roto Tiller* -Comont Mixers .Lawn Rake*  Moclianlp's Tools ^  M6T^EW5l20^'a1^2rHOUiV?ERVM  AFTER HOURS 085-2151  Your Puslnessl Card   *"7^in^hlsr5pqc��rwHI-"  roach poorly 10,000 pooplo!  Low cost ��� HIqIi power ���  j \ V4fM*e-iH�� * tt****#m*miiVr.4>i44_._tm-4m>. * m*****M |��-w��trti*f��.��tafc h��f if if w**4i  Scows ���. Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVA^   .,.LTD.    '  Heavy Equipment Moving * Log Towing  L, HIGGS  ' , Phone 885-9425 7  TRANSFER  4.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storagi  Packing Materials For Sok '  Member of Allied Y��n Linos,  Canada's No, I Movers  .  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C,  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  PAILY SERYICE FROM VANCOUVER  .     SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  ''~"~ ~" Furniture to onywhere, In Canodar*"**" ""*'  General Freight. Law-bed and heavy, hauling  �� ���"���������"���99.^mm^tm9^fmmmmmmmmmmmpim^imuK  T.V, ami RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  8, SERYICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOMR  and    ZENITH,   DEALERS"-.'  1 i*H*rw��.J,..Lt6 ��,���JW    ~>i99*t.rt4��A*i*r+*wi>*.  Gordon Oliver   *   Ed Nicholson  In The Heart Of Downtown Secholt  Box 799, Socholt 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS'  f 'i^-jWUiS^^ftffafi^.ytffl^H^^l^lW  UPHOLSTERY  DELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  ..RouphoUtorlng^,RMty|lng ,.���. Complete, p^ipffj,.  . A ��*tATW^��*ia*iJF*��-��w< hweW^  Sorylcft - S^flmplq^own \t\\\\. h9rr��0  Phono 096*2050  ��� v  * ,\��  iv^^j^y^e^^f^S-^-ti-rJitW^A-t^^  HMe��4klwfK��u ��� m*q*.  nwMaealMl^sl'' f l^matt.  ��^A#!M��t��^��liifM��*HWI����W*  9*#Wli*&t*&9*'*Hi.  Ml  i n  ,.'<���  ,'wi* At Welcome Beach...  \  Area B Ratepayer's Assn  hold Annual General .Meet  ANNUAL general meeting of Area "B"  Ratepayers' Association was held at_  the Welcome Beach Hail, last Saturday  with President G. Tampion London in the  chair. Mr. London gave a short account  of what had Transpireds since the 1971  annual meeting and described many  negotiations and considerable eorrespon-  dence with the Regional Board, the  Water Rights Branch, the Highways Department   and   B.C.   Telephone.  WATER SYSTEM  On [he subject of MacMillan and Bleo-  dd's application for a supply * of water  from. Trout Lake for their new subdivision, Mr. London said that as far as he  could ascertain, the application had not^  yet been approved by the Regional Board.  He understood that the board is seriously  considering  extension   o{ a  water  supply  from 1 rout Lake by way ot the proposed"  MacMillan and Bloedel system that  would include all areas on the Redrooffs  Road. It was upto the residents of the  area to decide if they wanted a w^ater  system and are prepared to pay for it,  he said.  Other matters la-ken up by the Directors included getting the Highways Department to mark clearly the trail from  Redrooffs  Road  to  Halfmoon  Bay  which  TWILIGHT THEATRE  \  had now been done.  BATES PL^N  There had also been discussion with  the Regional Board concerning a proposal  by Dr. Bates to d��vlop a portion of his  property under the Government's "'Land  Use" Act. The Association had written to  the Board suggesting that the proposal as  put forward wasViot in the best interests  757 tTTs community, lhe board had re-  plied asking for specific reasons for the  objection and the Association inverted  comments on this matter from its members. A public hearing would be held before a decision was finalized on Dr.  Bates'   proposal,  s,aid  Mr.   London.  YACHT CLUB  The Directors had also concerned  themselves with the efforts being made  hy   the   Royal   Vancouver   Yacht   Cluh   to  Gibsons  886-2827  All Shows At 8 p.m. And In Color  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,  August 10, 11, 12, 13  Falling.in love with TWIGGY in  Ken Russell's  THE  BOYFRIEND  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,  August 14, 15, 16, 17  MATURE.  Dedicated to the proposition that all men  are not created equal.  THE  STATUE  AND  TO COMMIT A MURDER  establish a boat moorage for large hoats  in the long narrow eastern arm of Secret  Cove.  The application had been strongly  protested by individuals living around  Secret Cove, with the Association adding  its protest on the grounds that there  would be added traffic in an already  congested area and pointing out in particular the extreme pollution caused by  a number of additional boats along a  shore which contained about a mile of  mud flat at low tide.  The Regional Board was particularly  concerned as the lease which had granted  to a single property owner had now been  transferred to the Club without any reference to the board. In other words, the  intended use had changed from personal  use to semi-public, semi-public, semi-  commercial use. Furthermore, said Mr.  London, the use of the lease is incompatible with the  upland zoning.  COOPER'S  GREEN  The proposed rezoning of the area  known as Cooper's Green was another  matter taken to the Regional ��� Board by  the Association as well as by a number  of other organizations. The upshot of  these protests was that the Government  is now considering purchase of this property to preserve it as a public park,  picnic and boat launching area, faclities  which are sorely lacking on the Sunshine  \  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  ! Wednesday, August 9, 1972  CNIB warns cyclists  keen sidewalks clear  PARENTS, teach young children these  bicycle safety tips from The Canadian National Institute for the Blind. 1.  Slow down or get off your bike when  passing a blind person on the sidewalk.  If you race by, ringing your bell, you  throw him off guard and may even knock  him over. 2. When you are not riding  your bike, leave it on your lawn or upright against a wall or tree. Bikes left  lying���on . sidewalks���are���dangerous . for  blind people. They can trip and fall over  them. ���  \ LORD JIM'S LODGE |  Lodge Rooms and  Guest  Cottages  Dining  Room. Lounge  Heated  Swimming  Pool  Saunas,  Boat  House  ��  �� R.R. No. 1   Halfmoon Bay, B.C. fe  fc Secret Cove, Sechelt ^  �� 885-2232 ��  ^/ffiiitiiiitiititJiiiiffiirtiMttiitifftt  Coast.  DISCUSSED  With the meeting thrown open for  general discussion, several issues were  brought up by memibers.  One was the need for enforcement of  the 35 mile an hour, speed zone on the  Redrooffs Road, and another, the need for  warning  aigns  at  Corby's  Corner.  While the Hydra Mower had cleared  the road verges giving far better visibility  oh the Redrooffs Road, anxiety was expressed about the brush creating a fire  hazard.  There was' also discussion about the  blasting'- "on the highways which was  considered to be excessive, causing damage to property and disturbing to residents.  The chairman reminded members that  there was a letter on file from the Highways   Department   promising   re'dress   in  the event of damage to private property  caused by work on the highway.   "  Members were in favour of changing  the date of-4 the annual meeting to September and the directors would take steps  to put an extraordinary resolution before the members to change the constitution   accordingly.  Alex Ellis took the chair for the election of three directors. Elected by ac-  c lamation were John Grognet, Mrs. Mary  Kingston and Richard Laird, each for a  three year term.  Following the general meeting, a short  meeting of directors was held at which  the following officers were elected. G.  Tampion London, .president;... Alex ...Ellis,  vice-president; Richard Laird, secretary  and Mrs. Janet Allen, treasurer.  Helping   Hand  Sunshine Coast Lions Club members  were out assisting senior citizens  move into their new homgs at the  recently completed addition to the  Greene Court senior citizens homes  complex. In some cases furniture  would not go through the doorways  thus calling for dismantling. Lions  taking care of such an eventuality  are from left: Vic Edmunds, Terry.  Rodway, Joe Benner and Jamie Dixon. Standing by is Mr. Reg Smears,  one' of the first to move in.  JOLLY ROGER  INN  AT  SECRET COVE  VIEW,  DE-LUXE  ACCOMMODATION  GOURMET  MEALS  Dock Space For Guests  Heated Pool and Sauna  i  mmmm49.mmm  MMflMMflaMMMMHmMtMaMaM  B.C; IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  INDIAN  POPULATION  INCREASES  British Columbia had an Indian population of 47,888 in 1971, an increase of  about 10,000 over the past 10 years.  Year Round Moorage  Available  DON'T MESS IT UP!  "���MMMMMMtnMMMMMMWMMMtMMMWm  i  R.R.   1  HALFMOON  BAY,  B.C.  Phone 885-9998  W***MW_��_��_��WM_��tf_��_��_W_W_��A  WHITE VINEGAR ^T'89e  SHORTENING^7777:7.777.7::39c  FRUIT DRINKS 5HIFL,rs 3>r l.��0  cofSeI^xeak^....1.1....4 ~ ...4 V���   goc  POWDERED MILK ?TFARMS 239  CAKE MIXES ?9U0NICANH,NES    . y.   .'        2^,89*  i | ���   9   T     UA|     BMw��*��it��'-"w��a'^P"��"^W.l^,^��..,..^H��..rirtli.iaa.H��i).��aala--i��a>t��'��iar*��'-��aaiiaiwwBa<����i.ti   ______    ...   f v I rH   .~~~~~^0 ��w    ��� .  7 ���,-y'iy:f;'2i'Sm9'& *&  5���� 1.00  9*4      VAt     pf,M,*����������H��ia'^����>'��*����^iH������'>l������i|(|!tiaiii��.�����*lii.��Wi'��>i)ial��i>r��  BOID DETERGENT ���,K,�� ������ _,, ,k.  RK LOIN ROASTS  OUND SHOULDER  Whole or Half, lb:  ORKSPARERIBS  '**'*��*X���Tofl^*,C����CTWj*^  Fresh.  Lean, Ib.  5 Ib. sixc  GREEN BEANS  Choicepeas'  FREESTONE PEACHES ]  MALKIN'S     ,  Chojccf 14 ox.  MALKIN'S  14 OX.  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