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Array \ _  '-����.-���  ���X  \  \  \  . X.,-  ,,\  ... V ��� -\ ���.-'������ ���       ��� I    \ ��.  \  m-.- ������ ���'*���  By Doug Wheeler .��� . .  Isabel has done  ���:�������� -..p/.w  AC*riyE> in  the  riding  long  before  she  became  elected  as  a member  of  the  Legislature, Hon'. Isabel Dawson has undoubtedly proved the most active candi-  ��� date during this election. During her  meetings throughout the Mackenzie riding she has encountered, on various occasions, the stock question "what has been  ��� done for the riding since you were  elected?" x  It had been our intention last week  to publish some of the accomplishments-  of the government in the riding all of  which Mrs. Dawson has played an active  part on behalf of her constituents. Space  would not permit inclusion in last week's  Times,  we therefore submit  the  impres-  sive list this week. 77   Of_.ma.or importance is reconstruction  of Highway 101 which commenced about  a" year ago. There is little doubt the  Gibsons highway relocation would have  been well under way "also but for political  interference. The highway from the Redrooffs cut-off and Halfmoon Bay is  quickly nearing completion and clearing  is also well under way for some miles  beyond Halfmoon Bay. Paving of the.first  section is expected to be carried out to-  infantile  ward. the. etjd  of  September.  Artother project of major' importance  was the 'public campsite and recreation  beach ,at Porpoise^ Bay. This has not yet  been completed but is already well used  by campers, trailers etc.  Other park- and campsites upon which  vast sums of money have beeen spent  include: Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek,  SkookumchVick, Garden Bay and Smuggler's Cove.  Senior- citizens' homes was another  scheme she readily devoted a great deal  of time to, and assisted in getting.a large  provincial grant, both for the original  construction and subsequent expansion.  She ' was also instrumental in getting  approval for substantial grants'., for the  fjecheit   Indian   Band . under   the   First  e~n~sCtTerne7 -     " .-���  Large stuns have been expended on  ferry terminals and improved ferry transportation- which, while still inadequate,  is steadily improving. In this regard substantial changes are believed in the planning stage; ���  Outside the two villages the amount  of paving carried out on side roads has  ���see page A-8  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing. Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   / i  VvNIson Creek, Selma Park, Secfielt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Coye, Pender H'rb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  2ndClow Mall      Registration No; 1.1 i��2    r  \ .  Union    -HS&r   Label  This Issue 16 Pages '���  15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9, No. 40 ��� WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1972  Contliction  Pender Harbour ratepayers  continue attack on M.LA  ACCORDING to a statement made.a few  weeks- ago by Hon. Isabel Dawson,  arrangements have been completed for  establishment of" a doctor at Pender Harbour. Medical quarters and facilities will  also be constructed once the doctor, determines . requirements.   *���  However, ratepayers in the area are  still dubious and concerned due to the  fact their organization has received no  official confirmation from Health Minister Ralph Loffmark. Such confirmation  did go to the official body responsible  .for.such.negotiations, the. RegipnaljBoardv  This was signed on behalf of the Minister by  a secretary.  Latest salvo from the ratepayers  comes by way of a further letter to Hon.  Isabel Dawson stating:  We have as yet received no word from  either you or Mr. Loffmark on the proposed medical clinic at Pender Harbour.  Our only source of information is from  statements you and Mr. Loffmark have  made to the press and from a letter of  August 1, 1972 addressed to Mr. H. J.  Almond, chairman, Sunshine Coast Regional Hospital Board and signed by a  Miss Ivy Cowan who purports to represent Mr. Loffmark. We are at a loss to  understand why Mr. Loffmark did not  sign the letter himself. We believe that  the fact that he did not, seriously puts  in quejitipn.the.sincerity of Jiis..iritgntions  !��;^S��r4-i.*;-%v/=:r.^  *._r.i  .'F9��(  in this matter.  In the Peninsula Times of August 9,  1972 you are quoted as having said that  it has been agreed that the British Columbia Hospital Insurance - Service will  subsidize both doctor and facilities for  a period of two years and that the existing clinic at Madeira Park will be utilized on a temporary basis with an 'inx-  proved access road. Also in the Cowan  letter it is indicated that the provincial  government is prepared to assist the doctor in ihe improvement of the present  building, now being used by the Sechelt  dbH6rs7 "        -^���.-- .���- -,--.- --.----  As  you  are  aware  the present  clinic  at Madeira Park and the land on which  it   is   situated   is   privately   owned   and  that any change in either the approach or  the facility itself can be done only with  the consent and approval of the  owner.  When the owner was. questioned on this  matter we surprised to learn that he has  never  been  approached   on  the   subject.  Also in the same issue of the Peninsula Times you are quoted as having said  that to obtain" t-he services of a capable  doctor was of prime importance. Whereas  on  November  21,   1971   at  a  general  meeting   of   the   Pender   Harbour     and  District     Ratepayers'     Association,     Mr.  Loffmark stated that.we must  give  the  doctor the tools to work with.  In other  words  the  tools,  i.e.  the  medical  clinic  ���is'v-dl rprime..impor,l.ijj;i^:    r.\..,-s^. -,.,-....... ..-w*.-,-,������*..  It is also noted in' me Cowan letter  that the persons best suited to determine  the needs of tha area as far as the medical clinic is concerned were the )doclor  involved and the Regional Hospital District working in cooperation with the officers of the British Columbia Hospital  Insurance Service.  In   considering   this- statement   there  ��� are two points to be kept in mind1: .  ���  1. Dr. Brand is quoted in the Vancouver Sun of, July 29, 1972 as saying a clinic  is too elaborate for what,is required up  swimmer conquers  difficult Georgia Strain  Success Nanaimo-Davis Bay ...  "I knew I.could'do it", said Fran ���*���:   fGannon,-.1ihe--fbst.lad^to^swiiiL4rom_s,  Neck Point, Nanaimo to Davis Bay.  After being in the water for just over  fifteen hours, Fran still had a radiant smile left for the many people  who gathered' to welcome her, but  she needed the .support.... of her husband and coach Mr. Dennis Cannon  pictured on left and Sechelt's Mayor,  Mr. Ben Lang.  Seniors welcome  "Courtesy Cards"  "COURTESY Cards for Seniors",  a programme j$U'a^ Isabel Daw;-,    gave- up  within.-haLf- ��� a- mile- from.- the  STRAIT of Georgia gave up its attempts  to thwart lady swimmers, last week  when Mrs. Fran Cannon made her fifth  attempt and completed the 17.3 nautical  mile swim in fifteen hours and five minutes.  Mrs. Cannon (nee Caldwell) came very  close to success on two occasions last  year,* on August 10th after being in the  water for twelve hours, she was forced  to give up three miles from Sechelt.  On August 29th, the exhausted swimmer  WELCQME ALERT  Appreciation " is   expressed    by   the     _   __        ^      _   _^       _ ^   TTirnes Jo f the residents o^ thei"eT/(As",we "understand., that 'he spent  and" "expect",' that,'^weo(. may "Issue   up   to  ;30n has proved extremely popular with  senior, citizens. The project has been  turned over to the Department of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement for  administration.  Hon. Phil Gaglardi announced recently: I'm very pleased to report an  overwhelming response tp date. We've  received 45,000 applications with over  40,000 now processed! and mailed and  the remainder now being 'individually  embossed and mailed. We are continuing  to' receive over 2,000 applications a day  for  telephoned last week to alert the staff a fe^ hours in Pen(jer Harbour he, of  and make possible coverage of the mara- Course( _s wen qualified to know the  thon- swim/v.Special,^  Havies';''Mrs.  R.7F.   Laidlaw'and  Mrs.  Vic   Franske.   All  such   news   calls   are  .-greatly,,, appreciated. ,,7.^4. .......wi,,.,-.,,,.,.:,,,,,* ,....,.���.,  AIRPORT  It Is understood that the Airport Committee,  comprising7two  aldermen  from  2. The Regional Hospital Board has  been in communication with the British  Columbia Hospital Insurance |~^erviceon��  this subject since 1968 and from that timo  until tho present has met with procrastination and delay. We have no reason  other "than  to  believe "that  the. British'  100,000   cards   in   the   next    couple   of  months. There are about 200,000 people  ;;'in':lthej;prQvince*f:65,:years arid' over 'rand*  probably   well   over   half   this   number  Sechelt   shoreline,* after   swimming  fourteen hours and 45 mins.      4 _ ���_  Mike Pawley of Vancouver was the  first male swimmer to cross the Strait  during the 1967 Centermial, year when  he made the crossing, in the incredible  time of nine hours and 23 minutes.  Accompanied by the tug Charlotte  Strait, and a small boat, Fran Cannon  commenced the swim from ��� Neck Point,  Nanaimo at two minutes to ten _xm,  on Tuesday August 22nd and stepped  ashore, close to the wharf at Davis Bay  at.,3 minutes.past ,1 p.m.,on Wednesday..  RECEPTION  , , .The,,,swimB was,.unpublicis.e,d;, but,<-ur.-...,  usual activity on the water around noon  was noticed by Mrs, Mona Havies who  Fran received a big hug and kiss from  her husband���coach Dennis Cannon who  accompanied her in the small boat. She  also received a warm welcome from  Mayor Ben Lang and the crowd who  cheered the five-foot-fiye, 128 pound  , swimmer.  The most excited person in the crowd  was ten year old Sandy Hedley, a student  of  North  Star  School  which  Mrs.  Cannon visits in her every day work as  a  , public .health n.urge in North Vancouver.  ���hecord''''; '' '   ��   "'?'      ": '""^   Mrs. Cannon first became interested  in the challenge when her two friends  Mike Powley and Ernie Yacob became  the first men to complete the swim in  1967. This was a Centennial event sponsored by the Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce, and a number .of swimmers left  Nanaimo but only two reached the mainland. coast7 landing close to where Fran  stepped ashore last week.  Besides being" the first woman, Fran  who is thirty years old is only the third  person ever to over-power the winds and  tides wl^ich have defeated so many  other attempts.  "'' 'Navigating the course was the 100 ft  tug Charlotte Straits belonging  to Riv-  Swimmer of strait .  Sechelt Chamber pesi  PREPARATIONS.... for __Jhe_ twmity^fifth .  anniversary   banquet   of   the   Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce;., are  well underway. Date has-Beei^ set for Tier  tober 14 in the Sechelt Legion Hall.  Started in 1968 to celebrate the Chambers twenty-first anniversary,, the event  proved so successful that.it has been-con-  =tfft%ied   as   an   ann^al-^event^���Thi&^^seaiu  marks the twenty-fifth year of operation.  Of special  interest  this year will  be  the   appearance   of   marathon   swimmer  ' Fran Cannon who, with her husband  Dennis, will be guests of the Chamber  at the suggestion of Mayor Ben Lang.  Mayor Lang was. present to welcome  Fran when she became the first woman  to swim the Straits of' Georgia, arriving  last Wednesday at Davis Bay from Nanaimo. 4  Entertainment for the banquet has yet  to be announced but is expected to follow  the standards set in the past. This has included top entertainers from the Vancouver area and music for late night dancing. -  Polling stations open  Wednesday 8 am to 8 pm  POLLING   stations   for   the   provincial  election  are open today  from  8  a.m.  to 8 p.m.  ~'"  Seeking re-election . as Mackenzie  Riding's MLA is Mrs. Isabel Dawson,  Minister without Portfolio in the Legislature during the past three year term of  office. and,an ,MLA���for;.,six_.years,, repre-, _  senting the Social Credit Party. Mrs.  Dawson lives in Powell River.  Representing the New Democrats is  Mr. Donald Lockstead from Texada Is-  lan who closely Contested Mrs. Dawson's  seat. in   the   last  provincial  election.  Newcomer to the provincial scene is  Mr. Michael Blaney from Gibsons, representing the Liberal Party.  Polling stations are as follows:  Egmont Community Hall, Garden  Bay Shell Office, Pender Harbour Community Hall, Halfmoon Bay School, Sechelt Legion Hall, Wilson Creek Community Hall, Roberts Creek Legion Hall,  Elphinstone Secondary School, Gibsons;  Langdale School and Port Mellon Community- Hall.  -each*'village ���council,*ls��presently-prepar-����*eolumbiav,'Hospital*Insuranco*'Servlce<will  ing a brief to .backup proposed application   for  a  federalgrant  ayaj'able'for  '7.���  ! '     '    '-_ _'. i '        - ���>_ -_. -.__._. . _-_ .____ _. __ i   '��� _-.__. __ ' ' />n>*n1niinl Iah  airport improvement and w^  projects). A numbor of such grants have  been made during recent weeks to small  airports   throughout -the  province,'  LlBRAR'Y GR/VNT ' ,;:7 ;���>, -r,- ��� ���,., 7777-,  . Village bt Gibsons has' made total  donation of ,$1,000 . to the municipal  museum for 1072, Meanwhile it is ehccl.-  , ing with1 the" Library nsspciatipn its position regarding cm bporali'ng-grant from  tho provincial Library- Commission,  immediately process and we're now got  ting bade to these people for clarification  continue   this   policy   of   procrastination Wo aro also mailing-with the cards,  and .delay, ,,...,,,.    ,     ,������ ������,.,���.,,����� .,.,,������ a;.spai'q,lvapplica.tl|on,,s.ov.th9y]Vr..can���,pass....lt  These statenienis contain 'gravo con-    along to a frionci or relatives who hasn't  tradictions and it is our opinion that  these contradictions indicate jx lack oC  sincerity and we believe that your intentions are not- serious.,  ;7:Mrs7Dawson wo.elected you to office,'  During your term of office wo asked  you and the provincial government to  establish the urgently, .needed mqdU'al  clinic at Pender Harbouri-'This is"all;we  "asked of you and Uirs'you'lmW  Now you ask us to rc-oject ,you.  yot applied,  Any person resident in British Columbia who is 05 years or over is oliglblo  for a Courtesy Card for Seniors, The card  entitjiesvi.th10' holder to 15c\ zone: and '25a  inter-zone ,'fares' onfall B,C, Hydro "buses,  Further, many travel, tourist, Accommodation and .recreation agencies offer  reduced-fares and; rates to senior citizens -  nnd'lhls'eburtesyfear^ as a coii��  vonlent method,of Identification.  So long as -a person is registered as  provincial voter, he or she may vote at  any polling station by taking an affidavit  ��� but they must know the name of the  electoral district in which they are registered. Such ballots will be placed in  sealed envelopes and checked with the  lists before being counted.  Part time residents  decline refuse pickup  PART .time residents, of .Tuwanek- and ���  Tillicum Bay have again voted out a  garbage ,s pickup vseryice,, ,Thet secpnd.vsuch.,,,  vole,  called   by  concerned  residents   of  both areas was defeated by 55 votes a-  ��� gainst,, and .,42.., in... favor. , ,,���,.,���,.���������.. .,�����..  Considerable disgust Was latc-r expressed by a number of residents who  tion  is qonclcrncd,. the  tiAg  is  a  neces-    were prepared to pay the small amount  Now  that  Mrs. Qannon  has  set tho mi,,, ������������,���,i u. , ,, ,     ���"-   ���         pace,   tho  only  challenge   left   will  bo ' ,Tho P10P����cd bHaw would have re-  she- covered the last few yards to shore,;    the time '������.' crossing, This crossing7bok' ciuired a 60 per cent yes1 voter Only 40'  Amazingly fresh af,tar tho long swim,    much longer than Fran had anticipated, P��'' cent ww obtained.  Rally plagued by hecklers . . .  ' ', [ , , t\ ���.,,.���:, .7    .���,...���  Bennett pledges more fiiii<is  for smaller nursing homes  highway' ior bo.woen7 Savory 7Bay . and   "  ,>A soolailstls'it Hpoiallut, Ifla'sqc^ll'st.''''  Powell Hlvor were also promised by Mrs,,  Campbell  said,   "Why' do  thoy   always  Dawson  who  said" that    passing,  lanes    orlnijo whon nomoono calls them by tholr  would* bo put liv \Yhore necosHuryi-And,* ���WiU,*nnmQV"1Ydi.'1'Hi.rM  for the riding as a whole, she urged a    t'.ls ricllng before and what did ho do for1'  pllumbd ("QYolopmont of the entire Mac-    yo\i? I'll toll you what ho did', Nothin��.  Jtortzlo��con��Hlnc��,to,-bo(^t*BciTO-bdt|rroc��*^wriiniis^^  excited   throng   on   the  waterfront    at  Davis  Bay  and  everyone--bqcame-������emo-���  !wJtio|il^l)y^.jinYfllv.Qd_*in^Yanant.^oJ!i!ortsJ*oL  the intrepid swimmer who alternated still  strong   strokes  with  frequent   rests   as  i vi *W��i>viW^{>(p-w I *.-.ii.(s:  By JIM WHENT  A  S PS CI ALi    program    of  financial  "aid tp smaller nurHlnn homes Is the  latest Soured offorlnn<cast'bOforc the oloc-  torato,  Howey0"'. w|ien Promlov Bennett an-  HiouiH,odMho*��program*,*befo,re**Hn*,nucll-  oni'Q of Homo 41)0 ln JPowpl'l River,last  ^wook, portions of iho electorate didn't  Hofim (tp bo interested, imd those, that  wore couldn't hoar, Details of (ho tichomo,  credited to tho lion, Mr>j"!'lfi^b'Ql'i*'']Pnw-  hod, wore losl In tho he'tor of Joors and  choors that pli.Kuod speakers throughout  tho ovonlnn.  ^Wt)BWM*)BWl^lB^^  r,o��|,|oiial jmd InduHtrlul needs,,  ������After tha meeting' Mrs, 'Dnwson explained her .recommended numlng home  program which was announced by lhe  Pramler, ��  "Because of fixed oporatlnH costs,"  sho said, "many of the smaller nursing  homos, Hiioh as. tho ono ln Powell Hlvor,  the, end of tho riding was,  '    "lHnbol Dawson''is ybW'"tWora''',*niia'''   noluhbiu', She's  tho real w^vkhorso. for  this aroa of D,C, and make no mistake  �����00  pflflQ A-fl  J^romler.Bomiott.and Minister,uf.Mun-.^flnd���lt���lmpoHHlblo���to oi)��l,ulo���wlthyuJL..lnr  lelpal Affairs Dan Campbell, on hand  at the rall'y io bolster ���Mr'.',"Daw-'  hou'h eampalun and further 'the Social  Credit oau'ie, spent most of tholr sponH-  Iiik tlmo dolnit batMo \yllh,tho i.mHUut'u  of, luiuklors, Only JkMuiett.'oame.away,  i with a oloai'-i'ut wini Cainpbo.ll i^vo as  , libtKl an ho ��ot and Holfknij'oiija p.draw,  Mrs, Dawson liorsolf, oIioho tu lunoru  ourrlnK luifto losses, The 'homos wore  nbvbr iiVtbhclbtl'lb"turn' a,pi5bfIt but thoso.  oapabloof luuidllnH 40 oV mora |)at,leiits  imn ut least oporUle at llio break even  polnj under lho, oxItilhiH rales, Our  ,nu',��mii, wlilch woiild /J.u impl^monlcul  throuflhuut tho provluconn ttoon1 an pu:i��  nlljlo,,simplynHovvHthenrovlnoo lo, pay  .w\\ dofieltrt mm tho (.mailer hofnoM Incur,"  iii,MiSlcJU9Xa��,JluU��)y^��iKLj:��,liil��K^hor_���_���.Cnn  No Protection  toil.  Stealing a llfc-bclt is tantamount to ' soniathlng moro dcaplcubla on Hiclr tlmo ,tho HwlmmlnR nrcn usotl I);  toklima life, ho norHaps thoHo wlip, ,c6iiHclcneo. Tho ring wont mlHHlng young children wan loft uiiprotoi.l.*.!  look Uio rod lifo-rlng and yolldw'rono   on tho nlglil, of Augunt Hint. Park Hup-   Tlioro havo boon! onough urownlun  look tho rod iifo-rfng and yolldw'rono   on tho night of Augnut iUnt. Park ��np-  froin'Hol)orl�� Croojc"Park would,llko ��orlntondont Mr,  .1,  ltldgowoll ,nunt IIiIhi yo.uy nu,roly, no-ono would want  toinnko nmontls for tholr lato��t csca-   for u ropliuroinonl hut In tho mean* nnothor.   7,  padotnd return It'boforo they havo -���   ���' ,          1 l___  voloo ubovtt tho, din (not always huc^ohh  fully), Hloleally    delivered    a   prepared  Mpoooh in whloh she outlined, pant log-  islatlvo aohlovomenls and presented hor  pla'tform Mr the ourronl oampahm,  p-pr4"romJaliig��fMll��tlme|"lndivldui!.l->r<5pre-  }w^!HftJlaUpiU4JWw^Dww��on.�����ulil^thaU��HhaH^  would   continue  her work  wllh  senior    crowd,  eltl/.ons and, In thin area, spoke of new  o tho, microphones, called this oloullon  tho "most negative" he had ovor participated In.    ���     ",   "  "No Hovormnont has -over |{lvoh loa-  dorshlp like this itovornmont, No ono  t.vcr-hn��rnnd���no"flne��cver-AvJll,����C#mp*-  (linn   nm   Kwlmmlnrr   nrnn   tmnfl   bv    ^U'Uotlon  oC  noil-profit. housin�� ..unltH  umQ :MWllBwm*HTiinR< men uhou ny   ,���1(J ���n 0X|���,H|0(l |MMUQ t.���ro mu.���i���H pro.  /{rain, Hho called for eonllnuoH u))|U'adliif(  of lho local coiuiuuulcatliinri syiiiom ami  10 tliIm oiid'Hnld riho would work' lowardti  li.i(!roiis(j(l''roiti(y"HoV.vk!0   "and   a  road'  through Uuwo'Sound, lniprovomontH to    poffurnuuico  Citing, 3oelal, Credit, policies  In q\\��,  vlronmont. control, Hpuclflcally. tho urea- ,  lion of park  roiiorvon, and  Ki'een  bolls  ho said, "Thoso pronrai��iH aro tho first-,  of lliutr kliid lu Canada, Mul you (lon't  want Jo hoar lho record,, All you want  ojJwyls yak-yak, But lt'lniv rocord ,oC  I  AdiBrlef$7  point  Ihe way  lo action!  In Today's C/assifiod:-  10011 INTEl.NA'l'lUNAL -Wloii wiili'.cno-''* "" *  .i : opy, ,1>7I"0 cash,or near offer,    ,,,,,,  ���-,,wTlmo��4Clas��lflodi4roach.ovor*2,500��.homM ,-  (10,000 roadors), ' '      '  '���' Tlmo�� Classlfloda go INTO, tho hom��f , .  nor on lawns, utrooU or In culvort��,'i ;-���'��*'  ��� Tlmos Classifieds aro lavy-co.', hlph-ptpt'on'cy  hole's tonlci.',   7   ' '   ' ���   '   ' i!",   "  ��� Phono lino opon Sunday; clonlflod  885-9654 Secholt; 886-2121 Glbion*.  i  <fN*����������^aw^  mmamm^>mm^mt^*'  *w|a-  ii   .'  p,,��,| /WC  >rti>��(iil<f*   ' <t , ,.f\  v��.  ''*V  "7  \  _. ^ "\  J"t  ���\   .  �� _v-  v \   1  H,,.  ,X  Page A-2  Tbe Peninsula Time.        Wednesday, Auqust 30, 1972  . ***%m_4^sv%s^tn_njxinn��**__*3V***M**ji_nnr*rur^^^ *  The PENINSULA,y&We(V  "/ may fce wrong, but I shall not be so wron&Tqs to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ..j.    ��� ~���John Atkins  \ Douglas G. Wheeler, Publisher  \  week  \\T received in the mail last week a  cuilinn limn 1 he Scquiin Press nl' \V;ish:  im-lon U.S.A., uhieh inehuletl comments  7v   a   one-time   hoinin.'.     visitor   lo  ���V  the  waters at' [Jrhish Colurnhki. ll would  seem Ihal he and oilier Americans plan  (Mi b-iAcoltinj'. us in Inline bee a use if  'the recenllv insliltiled lieenee lee for  U.S.   visitor's,   based  on   lenulh  of  boiil.  at waterfront trailer resorts. They bring  with them far more fishing tackle than  thev are likely lo require. Their boats  are usually left in storage, some bring  trailers equipped wiih de^p freezers fill-,  ly stocked will, food. Some also bring  canning equipment, cans and labels. In  wilier Ivo^ils, apart from an occasional  meal out ancl a few items of fresh food,  In part, the American complainant they actually spend very little in. the  explained that the licence was instituted-   community. !  following   complaints   that." several   l"kn~  i'llas of American small boats were con-"1  centrating   on   the   good  salmon   fishing  in   the   waters  north   of   Vancouver   Island. They were making virtually a business   ot   such   supposedly   sport   fishing    was  tf,al  0f sucn  a visitor who  fished  incessantly and actually canned and took  back to the  States 900 lbs  of salmon.  A   few  years   ago  one   local   newsr  paper   came   under   attack   from   resort  owners  and  subsequently  the   Chamber  of Commerce  for daring to  attack  the  visiting fishermen. One example quoted  that Canadian fishermen registered loud  complaints. He states "Washington has  taken care of such situation with the  punch card system, which carries no  fee. ancl could even have season limit.  Hut the Canadians made the wrong decision and came up wiih a revenue bit,  which is a licence loTish in saltwater  with the fee based, off all things, on the  length   of   lhe   boat."  As the writer points out, lie conies  up here with lhe object ul' enjoying the  trip and, with luck, landing one salmon,  licence for his 20* boat is $25 added  lo which are. the usual berthing lees,  gasoline, ice, food, refreshments elc,  which all adds up to an expensive fish.  In fad. too costly lo warrant further  such  expeditions!  Whilst sympathezing with our southern neighbour who certainly has justification for seeking fishing grounds elsewhere, it must be pointed out that it  is Ihe inevitable greed of the few which  ultimately results in unpopular regulu-  lions.  An excellent example is Campbell  River,  -Vancouver   Island,   where   some  Others took in the region of 600 lbs*  plus many more pounds of local wild  lierries.  We happen lo know for a fact that  this was taking place each year. Of the  many American families on vacation the  numbers embarking on this rape of our  resources were very small. The fact remains  that  a  number  were  engaged  in  the activity. Consequently all had to Britain's latest set of architectural  bear the brunt of hostility created by the stamps, devoted to examples of ��� Court-  newspaper" attack, try churches and issued on June 21.  We should perhaps consider the Canadian collectors can obtain un-  number of Canadians who are not beyond returning with considerably' more  than their .limits. Some end up before  the judge but there is little doubt that  many get away with it and it is safe  to assume American sport fishermen  are greatly outnumbered, by' local fishermen.  We look to tourism as an industry of  ^tremendous   potential   and   i�� ' ill   conceived regulations are to prove a dctri-  v^  \  ,^nc   c-inn.pc:    TVw   Zrnlrnul   drpict^d   f,t .  I.\,ul7 1 XUicdial .u'ul Wes:iii.iii.-,tL'i\Al.>U ,.,  fib iu , 1....ml,.��n, on stamps of the Vic-  ti.ry set (10-16. and" the Coronation series  (ivk7',l. 7      X '  \Si Pau.17 Callif-dral \w*as the subject  of the riMonial -..iiri'iubm stamps of 196(j  in memory of Sir Winston Churchill.  British Guiana (now Guyana), "however,'  decided to substitute its Cathedral in  Georgetown, alongside Churchill's por-"  rait, and insisted on the inclusion of  tlie Caption. The tallest wooden building, in the world'. St Paul's is also to  be found on a Panamanian stamp of 1964  'and on two British stamps���one marking the 25th Anniversary of the Battle ol'N  Britain (H'Ofi. and the other as part of  a series- devoted to British cathedrals,  issued in 1969. Other cathedrals featured  in this British series included York Minster, .Dunham Cathedral, the High Church  ot St. Giles, Edinburgh, and the recently  dedicated Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool.  Now Britain has followed this with a  set of five ��� stamps devoted to parish  church' architecture  in England,  ranging  fxcxm���ea  tpe-ndietri  BRITISH ARCHITECTURE 1972  styles. ���'"__'  The 3p stamp' shows St Andrew's  Church at Greensted-Juxta-Ongar, Essex,  the only surviving example of a Saxon  wooden stave church. All Saints Church,  Earls Barton (on the 4p stamp) celebrated  its millenium in 1970. St Andrew's, Le-  therinsett (5p. has an 11th century Norman tower while St Andrew's, Helpring-  ham (.l'_p) dates back to the 13th century. The, Church of St Mary the Virgin  at Huish Episcopi in Somerset (9p) has  a Norman doorway dating from about  1200. The stamps were released on June  21 and were printed in multicolor photogravure by Harrison and Sons from designs by Donald Maddox.  Stamps of churches.  used stamps through the British Post  Office Philatelic Bureau, Waterloo  Place,  Edinburgh,  EH1  1AB.     ,  Stamp collecting...  Examples  offer international theme  huiiiircns  llircc   and  ment  that  it  is possible  some new  sy-  rrf   Amrrtcans   spenxl "tip"~Tr>���srem-shou4d-hc-ile-V4sed-\vh.ich will prove  lour   months   each   summer    effective  and equitable to all.  W*�� have parks but no law  .ampsUe* as need for -recreational ta^,.'W^hile,. some s^ackalec as probably  lilies becomes so important:      '*       :^ 'feeling Extremely proud of his brainless  pranks.  Pr.OPl.r from across Canada are flocking into the province of British Columbia to take up permanent residence  as awareness of its bustling economy and  beautiful  climate  becomes  known.  Added to this is the fact that dwindling working hours and increased, pay  packets all contribute to an ever increasing demand for public park and  campsite.}-- as neec  iliiics  becomes so  import  Not too Jong ago campers and  trailers were holiday equipment of the  reasonably wealthy. Today, families at.  all levels of employment, are to be  seen dashing off, at every opportunity^  for a vacation in our great outdoors.  During the pasl two or three years the  increase in this traffic has been tremendous. Consequently, adequate facilities are also in constant demand.  '1 hroughout the province the provincial govei'iimcnl has been buying up  and earmarking large properties, either  for jininediale .development, or. - future  use, as public park and campsites.  Here on the Sunshine Coast, within  lhe "pasl' few yeiirs,'vast sums of money  have been invested in the purchase of  such properties. There was the large  marine park tit Smugglers Cove, a  ,~wa  poisy|"ny tit a pi  1.H.(.,(>()(). i'ar more Hum that figure  has been spent on subsequent development nnd substantial sums spent on  improvement lo existing park and campsites, 'I hen there litis been opening up  of in] tieyess U> ���, lho Skookumchuck.  Kapids iiiui thiil'too wits at no small  expense.  AliliQiiyli.'Weclo notwylsh 'to ���nirtljc  ii  political  issue oi this business, one  " ihlng'ls corlniiv ll is very doubtful If iuiy  other  political  parly  would   have eon-  . sklered tiiieh iiii C'kpeiKliture in this nreiv,  An  Issue we do wish  lo inuke  is  ......lliv... Jjiel.jlini, tftl| .of these pi'pjeels, full  victim  to lhe bird .bruins, vhihIiiIs tuul  slobs  who  nIiow  mil  ihe slightest   ap-  ;i.ii:eelallun��lbi,��.iuiy.l'hlng��.pi:ov.ldoU-,[foi'��,the-  ncncl'li  of lhe  genenil  public*  Clowns  drive   hot-rods     or ��� ride     moloroyuilcN  Ihi'ounh , lhe eumphlles i|l  high .speed  lenving behind them chimin, of dusl.  Olliei'ii sling heer bolllcVwill. complete  iibiiiulon iviumlless of whose burn feel  public properly.  One. of tbe most lamentable examples of moronic activity involved, last  week, removal of the life-belt from its  stand   at  the   Roberts   Creek   parksite.  CONSIDERING that the* focal point* in  small towns and villages is usually the  place of worship it is not surprising that  some oC the finest architecture through  the ages has been lavished on churches.  Stamps featuring churches, abbeys and  'cathedrals7 form- a large international  theme, though Canada has not so far  shown the wide variety of churches to  be  found  all over the  country.  The only church which forms the  main subject of a Canadian'stamp is the  Acadian Memorial Church at Grand Pre,  Nova Scotia, which was featured on the  in  New  This item of life-saving equipment takes j. 50   cents   definitive - stamp   of   1930.   In  time to replace, apart from cost to the  taxpayer. During its absence one or  more  lives could quite  easily  be  lost,  front of the church stands the statue of  Evangeline, heroine of Longfellow's  poem, and this appears in the foreground  of the stamp.  Talon's   colonisation   'proj  France.  Other countries of the Commonwealth  have been more generous in featuring  churches on their stamps.  The West Indies provide a surprising  range of church architecture^ Barbados  featured the square-towered Cathedral in  Hi'idgetowu. on stamps of the 195U and  tilfili sets, while Nicholas Abbey appears  on the current 35c stamp! Bermuda depicted the Church of St Peter at St  George's on a stamp of 1962 and also  on the 18c stamp in a series of 1970  commemorating the 350th anniversary of  the Bermuda parliament. St. John's Cathedral was shown on the $5 stamp in  the 1966 definitive series of Antigua,  while the Gilbert Memorial Church ap-  B.eax��pl,���pxL..an��t^n5p, of 71967 in honour of  <-' Th6ugh nbt^a church- in-itself* the; Me'-��".-<the '��aribbea'nvMethodist Conference;  murine   pans    u   *n ugg,e        ^ vc    ,        ,��� (    ^    ,n   bft      .    .,  SXt :iXZ^o^X    ��np '-; >��w onto-iomom will e  One park-keeper told us "recently "it  sickens.'rile to see the way people abuse  the facilities provided for them at such  high cost. Reprimand a youngster for  vandalism and his parents get very hostile staling their baby blue.eyes would  not do such  a thing".   ,  Much of the damage and abuse  comes from older people who drink a  couple bottles of beer then reveal their  intelligence with acts of stupidity. They  fortunately represent only n small min-  o.rily,i..bu..i.^  are able to spoil things for the vast  majority of responsible citizens.   ...'.,lu is  possible  the, time .will  come  when law and order will be returned.  When it does our little world will be a  much better place to live in but this  will not be brought abfmt until we leave  B'f'nTCffiP  continue  until suclv time nil crimes tire ircnted  with nuixiimun penalties Not petty fines  and probation.'  morial Chamber in the Peace Tower of  the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, is a  good example of neo-Gothic architecture.  The Chamber, with the Altar of Remembrance in the foreground, was featured  on the 10c stamp of the 1937-38 deifini-  tive series. A typical early French-style  church, with tall spire, appears in the  background of the 5c stamp issued in  1902  to mark  the  tercentenary of Jean  Jamaica has featured a number of her'  churches qn stamps over the past 50  years. The Cathedral in Spanish Town  appeared on the 4d stamp in the 1921  series, The centenary of the disestablishment of the Church of England in Jamaica was celebrated last year by a set  of four stamps featuring a typical West  Indian Church.  Montsc-rrat   dopielod     St,    Anthony's  Church on stamps H>f the 1,951 and 1953-  58 issues. The Catholic"' Cathedral in  Castries is the subject of the '2c stamp  in the current series from St Lucia; The  M&han-imed Jinnah Mosque was featured  on the 50c stamp released by Trinidad  and Tobago in 1960. The centenary of the  bishopric of the Falkland Islands was  marked by four stamps in 1969, 'two of  which showed Holy Trinity Church" as it  was in 1869, and the present day Christ  Church Cathedral in Stanley.  . ' Many different religious sects have  established missions in the islands of the  South Pacific. Appropriately, therefore,  Samoa marked the eighth anniversary of  independence, in 1970, with a set of four  stamps featuring the churches of the  Seventh Day Adventists, the .Roman Catholics, the Mormons and the London  Missionar  brated t  Mission  and ex1  two stamps.  Although Gothic arches and stylised,  church windows have been shown on  Christmas stamps from Australia, no identifiable church has yet appeared on  that country's stamps. New Zealand, on  the other hand, has depicted several of  its churches as well as two British  churches. The Memorial Chapel in the  Southern Alps appeared on the 9d of the  Victory series. First Church, punedin,  ., and7,Christchurcli. Cathec^sSi'r^fe^^^ili^n  on stamps of 1948 and 1950, while, the  tower of the Catholic Church at Sock-  burn ^appeared oh one of the 1970 Christ-  BABY   CAJ.E  Mothers should use as little baby  cosmetics as possible. Powders, may cake  in the folds of the skin and talc-based  powders are dangerous if breathed in  by the baby. Corn starch is an excellent  substitute.  ZtItf//tfIIIfIfIlIS>IifiJfIiiffJiifi,IiiIIf7.  1 LORD JIM'S LODGE I  I  I  Lodge Rooms and  Guest Cottages  Dining  Room  Lounge  Heated Swimming  Pool  Sauhas7 Boat  House.....  lie     viormons    una    me    nuiiuuu ��   n n     wi.     1    li   it d n e.    C  try   Society.   Norfolk   Island   cele- ��  R'R'   No.   1   Halfmoon   Bay. 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Editor, Tho Times, ,  Sir: In -Un. ..few .short yoni'fi ��s editor.  mimlty  paper ol   conni.dern.ble  Influence,      "na   M,H"y   '''*!',w'���''-''  ^ uml mm  ji  Poet's Corner  ��� ���Your contributions ore Invited  ''BaseBdill  by   Ronlso   Manooll  (Davlfl Buy ElojpnontHicy Sahool)  HttHcibull lk.Ruppont)d. tp bo,., ,...���,���!,,,.,.   ,������  A H��irio whloli Ih Mporllhtf nnd fun  Hut II noomn moMl ��lwuyn n�� ono bl/j I'lf-ihl,  Rospecllng that Inl'luonco, you, u.s odlloi',  hnvo an cxtromoly. rofiponnlblo. luipnclly  to malnttiln,  Naturally, an odilor, you havo every  rif.iht lo prcTHonl your personal point of  view In your pdiloi'lal.s, That Ih your  porogidlvo, whether, it Ih ,a particularly  lllumlnallnfi cdllorlal .or,, complotoly" Ir-  'rnilohtvl, '     " ' "    "   '""  What conconiB mo, howovor, Ih whon  you  allow .your own. portsonal, opinions ,       .       ...       ..,��� .-.,���  and bl��H to 'obneuro. your 'objogtlvlty ��� In 7thot  SmaHhor  (ySA)..iH  i)laylng7liaiboi'  would one sot about making chess a spectator   ovont,   aullnbld   for   watchers   on  TV?"  '  "A vory i*ood question," says Schnig;  three��� worclHr��  Mnlco It violont; ll'.s got to bo violent.,  How.���many ,.TY,,,\vali'horH would. yio\y  choss, as id proHOnl' conslliulod. I'll hot,  not onouiih to hoII foot-warmoi'H to Eskimos nor alr-eondlllonlnu to Kalahari pig-  mlos, A.\. anyone, for iriHtanoe, what.  Ihoy enjoy most aboul hooluiy, and Ihoy  will Ri^ "tho riflhtn",   '"  "'Mystified, "J  H'aicV,  "How thon  could ' |  nnyono  lntroduco   violonco  Into  cIiohh?"  Eaally," nnyn' Sohnlg,  "hupixihq  now  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  .ivwSj) .m* t**1**^ f^j.(����(f,��w*��(;*,ii^ft  ���^!**r'n^ft**i��i#*��mSii uw'ck.nis'^ rfci ili!WAi-W>4iA9t��  ttlmplo nowH rcporUiiH, In thlh rogard, I  HUHKOfll " you aro mlHiifiliVfj your publlu  roHponHlblllty In ovor-lnoroijHlnn IiihUuicoh  to tho wvoro dotplmontp of "o\ir oommully  nnd l.ho'domo(!i'atl.i promts,  I  cannot   agroo with  yfiur bias  mid  3oou,wt|)l.bo ilrlnggunft, ,   |)i'u,|udluoH,lf-y()u.lnHlHl.(>n.|ufool.lng yom  I'oadoi'H wllh  Ihom,  thon  ploitHo rualrkf,  thorn to your odllorlalH whoro Ihoy oun  Wo Hoom to bo ripping and toarlng  And going at oao 1 olhur'H bldoH,  "TimnnyiHinitm'ifrwmmiTRraT^^^  Ah Io hIiukI Ihoro and ulwayn tako hIiIohI  (Outer Mongolia)  for tho ohatuplonahtp.  Smiwhor hooh ho Ih "gottlng' Into It bad  situation. DaHhpr'fl blnhop throatonH 9mi\-  Rhor'a qucon, nnd: Hla7kiileht throntona'  \]w king, So ho, SmaHhor, hoI/.oh HoHhor  by tho hair and bumpH IiIh hoad onto  tho ���bonrdr'Hcal.torlng��� tho- clioHtinion anrl  nocoHHltaUng a riouh hIiu'I. Tho ponHlbll-  ...      . .   . .      ,  ,   . ItUm aro ondlwHH.' Haiihor could dlHlrnot  oHhoiwpo*aoooptoiUpiwroJo(Ho(l��l()i'��what,^r,3^*fi^^  In the Mackenzie Electoral District  Polling places will be open on the 30th day of August, at  the following places from eight o'clock in the forenoon  until eight o'clock in the afternoon:���  thoy aro,  GlblKlllH  HaHobnll-   Baseball-  .MIKW BLANl'lY  Why' cii|i't Wo a I wnyft, bo."i/iorid I     ,  JhnRobnll- Hnnobnll,  Why oaii'l wo do what wo Hhould I  .  mlghl   |U"I   liicoruU'il   on   brokon   uliihh.    Ah I Hit horn wllh pon In band,  I * von on llio bo'TOli" vorv lunornnl poo-   I wlnh wo al) could bo rrlonds  *l'li.r���\viir"liglil"lliiios**l,o 'biffii ilu'irToriwiT"Hut-pvobably" wo'll 'Ifo 'riftliling'"nlllir  which *\)I'umv lnciutlB^iaule8^HnU'a,nn("rrl.J".,,,;l|'�� HoaMoivdooHrondi�� ;?:-  Tlicy do nol burn Uil nro Icl'l iiiiioii|i,  I he omhorn lu llllor lhe bench, '\%\\\ wo  Jmvo the liicvlmblc, bniluloHH viimlnlfi,  not nlwnyn yuim.i people, who yaln Home  iluosihHiiililo' pk'iiKiii'O rroiiv Niniishlnn, up  r��am��MM<��W^"rHWtHtM<ai����W^��^a.^ ���  ..*��., ,,4 rMmf^9m94-.''f9>m��i9Ti9tm��mi,m'9n4m'9tm)949994j9m449m99i94i4iim��i9mm^  y**WM>��W>��W>anfMV^**WW[WW'1w^^ WWIWPWWH  World War ,lwo In luidlug, ���  World W��r IIiHj'o'h hogun.  IHiHulmll warn. itro ovoi) worno,  Than tho onolhnl'ti In (Saigon,  ����WMMWMa<awtWM��n>������<WM>��a������a^����wfa��w����<*aj��<aja��wa��n<WMVafw������^  B.C. IS A >%  IBEftUTIFUL-PtAeE-  Published WodncBdnyn.{ SccIkU  pn Jl.C.'fi Sniinhlno Count  Powell Hlvcr News'Town Crlb������  SccIioiLTln.o8:l.ia.4,  noKSlO-Sieoholl, n,C.  Iiy pointing out* a H.D.B. (big bonomod  blo,nclo) tlilH could bo nrtlfloally nrrnhgod,   nnd HwU��h���oi)p of bin mon which .y/��H,Jiv,,  tho wny| |?r trip him on rolurnlng from  tho bntlirooifii'ofoviin h<��vo noni'd of tlio ,  audlanco finllT aontluuoiuily nnd flcrunoh  npplon   whllo   Hmnnhor   wnn   trying   to  think," ���;'...        .        ������'���������  '" vMThnt"nll ���rnnunai-i,Rnsonnblo,"-'I"flnl(1l' ���-  "but what would,bo a rotd TV. uurtlmioo ,���  oulolmr, mul thoroby n ^oUlon' dpportnh"  l|,y..,foivluiokHlorH to cry ^tholr wnvua on,',  TV."  'fAgaln oiiHy," flnyn IUohn|g( ''lntroduco>  n. couplo of IcnncloiiH' wrcHtlorti to  thrt  myfitorlon of chbiiH, 'i|iul havo Ihom piny  a lag team oIiohh mutch ngnlnrtl two other-  miob wurlhlOH, Bucb would bo tho Impact  M"^ioworBrnn(l"ilio-ooinm!oroini"noanii3iii-  plnymv.. but. ouHontlnlly for tho mumming   HIoh thor'jof;  thai  thoro would not bo  of.wonlth by n fow"*po(i|.lt��. Nn Maplo . nnymoro, ��� a ,wot ���undornrm;   unnl/'lUly  Loaf (Hnrdouf), \u\\vt\\ flat boHouiH; ll.O.j unplontiant fool,  flo, "n rrny tlilmt'for humnn bctlon-' or more tlinn ��no ciwlty poi"l��W in North  jnoiU,���X^��loulikjd_lomcunHMlUJiiy-~4VloiHl^Ainodca'J^  /isk Schnigglefritz   lildlioiv'TlirTlmoH,  Sin ,Wo nro Inlornntod In nporttt, Wo  arc iinrtlculnrly IntoroHlod In cIujhh, "Wo"  moaiiH "I" an  In Qucon  Vlctorla'n, "Wc  "���- nro- nol --nmunod"- wbonH bo-Miild-qf -Hon-"'  or told, a dirty  Joke, A Maid .ol'' .lloimr  In n.klnd of I^dy��ln-Widtlng, cIiihm 11 j  ii Iho nn oxponiilvo kind of larl,  But lot uh mho tho oommon-or-gar.don  --. "lM and not got high hat,  And ro nporlM, olionn In pni'tlcular; it  In woll known1 to all and muulry  Ihal  gnmofi nnd nportn nfo" not Only I'n'r lhe'  .bcnol'll, uLwulcUIng, huuianlly, .not only  :for,~lilgliorTnnclwhiKiioi'~pnToirinwrttirf()i  Egmont  Gambler Islgncl  Gibsons Landing  Halfmoon Bay  Iryines landing  Madeira Park  > i iii ��� <  Port '"Mellon "7*:  Roberts Creek  Sechelt  Wilson Creek  Eg mont Com m unity Hal I  i       i       ��� i ,     ,  Army & Navy Hall  Elphinstone Secondary School  >on Bay School  GdideSlBay3fielI Office  Pender Harbour Community Hall  Port Mellon Community Hall  Legion Hall  Sechelt Legion Hall  Wilson Creek Community Hal  Hopkins Landing    Langdale School   ;^  h  Sechelt  HOSPITAL POLL  PONT MESS IT UPI  "   ��� i ���   ������ ���   ���  ���  SnhHcrlptloh Kolc.it> (in ndvnnco)  JlA)cui, % per your,' floyond 35 miles, $7.  ,    < , ,U^.A.,- $9. Ovflrwiw, $10.  Serving tho M?a from Port Mvlhn to Rttnwnt  (Howe tioimi'l to icrvl* Mot) , ,  maaawwaaaawwaai  4��    2.    ��--  ������alitwaXW^JdHtiOmwauBW.  Holnilgulofrltiri, y_        _       "Convjiiclng," I' nald. "but whnl. would  Now wnllo I hnvo boon nlngulnrly un- tlio roforoo bo doing iu nil that mnyltom.?"'  nuccoHnful lu ftmnnnlug wealth, my i'rlond "Ohl, ho would bo blind an In wi'ont-  Solmlg (ho.JotH, mo cnll l)lm Bcliiilu), baa A\m" , f,��.YH Bcl\nl��. "Tho, ipnunijtoincnt  douo very woll, Ho him a two-oar gar- would fun,lull a .wl.llo, onno to got ]|lm  ago to koop hlH bicycle In, ami woiu'n'i" lo tli() ''I'oi'". After Hint ho would.bo oo  front and buck /,lp-up ironm-m, bin own,1'   '  ' ".Schnlg", I nnld m 1 blow the rri.lti IT. $> TUIOWNlNri  off thlj hccr!bo liiul Jiml pnlci; for,' "How'   .UH 1, Poolinlt   "  '    " '       i,i '.'  ���      ,.'"'' '     '"   '       '      ,   ,        ,     '     '   ���  i '  7J  m����aW4aa'*toWWfr--!  fcanaa*WHu vn wt&KfliH  St, ..Mary's^Genoral-Hospital  0tn^imitv.'Wiim��f_^mm^i  A. MANTOANI,'    Y  Returning Officer.  PHono 483-4121  r  *. ww^<��^rtgft.^W^**,w.^ia��j,*J.WW'KW,u.��p^nw^*i.*^M��^wftfttw*^wfcM��*^*.  jJ*A?i��.  ���T���tv  . ,   .��,.v.��  ��� lit A\  \  \ /  ��.tvi,.. r^t,..:^^ll^0^��^'^  Secnell  ores  \  ���by Peggy Connor  FRIENDS^visiting the' Pete Jackson's'' in _  Sechelt   were  Brian   and   Diane  H.ar-  _ns~aad their children Christ and Tracey,-  from North Vancouver.  - -Relatives   visifci-ng���the   Jacksonsv have  tjeen   Sylvia's   sister   Lorraine   and   hus-*  band Bqb Tyson with Kenny and Vjckey  down from Mahata River.  \  . One of the first V.O.N, nurses in this  area, Muriel Martfri, has returned for a  visit staying with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon  Reeves, (at their new home at West  Sfechelt), Muriel Martin, now Mrs. Gor-.  don Piggott, was accompanied by her  husband. The couple live in Chatham,  Ontario. Mrs. Piggott was the nurse in  attendance when Phil Reeves was born'  at home.  Miss  Kathleen   Powers  from   Sea  Island has been visiting the Moffats,._(who_.  a*e-n:ow-iiving iifSechelt) while her parents a\e down East at St. John,' New  Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs.' Powers arrived  at the Moffats to pick up daughter Kathleen and brought their grandv daughter  Helen Lanoville from Fort Nelson with  them.  Siaying_ at the Bob. Hill cottage on  the Redrooffs Road have been Sgt. Ray  Nelson and wife Bev. with sons Greg  and Ian. The boys have really shot up  with Greg over the six foot mark by  three inches and Ian catching up fast.  This has been a good spot for a family  get together with Ray's brother Norman  and wife from Saskatchewan. Bev's sister Karen and husband the Wilsons with  their three girls from North Vancouver  sailed up in their vessel the "Blue Jeans".  Bev's brother Bud Fox with wife and 2  children visited from Coquitlam.  Sergeant Nelson, formerly with the  Sechelt Detachment, was posted from  Terrace to Victoria last April, where he  "is how liaison officer for the RCMP for  all of B.C. The family moved down in  July and love Victoria but still have  a soft spot for the Sunshine Coast. Finding, as they walk around the village, so  many who  remember them.  PASSED   AWAY  Mrs. Harry Sawyer's brother-in-law  Mr. Hilton Tait of New Westminster  passed away last week at the age of  86; predeceased by his 'wife Blanche in'  1961 and their daughter Alma (Mrs.  Thomas Beasely) in 1956. Survived by his  daughter Lillian, Mrs. W. Mervyn, Port  Moody, eight grandchildren and nine  great grandchildren. Funeral was held  Saturday, August 26th at Bowed Funeral  Chapel. Reverend Raymont officiating. In'."''  lieu of flowers donations to CARS.  Mr. Tait arrived at,Halfmoon Bay 41  years ago running the Tait Taxi. He built  the house that is now owned by Dr. D.  Rutherford in Halfmoon Bay. Tom  Beasely owned the first grocery store  now known as B. & J., owners Bill and  Rita, Clark. ���  FISHERMEN  The big fisherman last, Friday was  a gal named Denise who caught a 21  -pound spring i salmon afcrJSpsipm Point?,  friend Jody Smith Y_si.ti.qg from White  Rock caught her first big fish a 4 lb.  , salmon so Denise had to uphold local  honor by catching a much bigger one.  They were fishing from the Dombroski  boat.  Wednesday, August 30,-1972s.     The Peninsula Times;  ^\v  Page A-3  i.%t_  .'-����� y.-^v. .  .'.���v.*':' -jF .  Sr::'ii'",">  jl*-'  ���fa   _Lj- W  V. \  *m "   "  - I-V     .  t .7 .  -        SYSTEMS  commercial      -���      Household  ���      cromaglass  BIO-PURE  call  ��tors ofSechelt 11  4  ���H*      m       .       .  Use 'Times' Adbriets to Sell Rent Buy. Swap, etc.  ��  X  a  Birthday   Escorts  Three chariliing young ladies escort-    pital are from left:  Emily Fraser, ful way of making people happy and  ing.Mr, Levi Fitzgerald to his birth-    Jackie Inglis and Heather White. The* for Mr. Fitzgerald it was an extra  day party in,the lounge of the Ex-    three  girls,  Junior Hospital Volun- ,happy birthday,  tended Care Ward at St. Mary's Hos-    teers from Gibsons, have a wonder-  &7&xm<2:jmi<  ���MJ&lr1  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 "Dote  Pad'. Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  Aug. - 30���PROVINCIAL   ELECTION.    POLLS   OPEN   8   A.M.-8   P.M.  DON'T FORGET TO VOTE.  Aug. 31���Shop-Easy parking lot, Sechelt. T.O.P.S. car wash.  Aug. 31���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Bingo.  Sept.   1���Sechelt  Indian  Hall.  Binqo. l  Sept. 9���from-9 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Dance with  Nutones.  Sept.  16���from 10 a.m. Brushwood Farm, Gibsons. Horse Show.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OFttEAL ESTATE  I Multiple   Listing   Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 Box 128. Sechelt, B.C.  Or  call   Toll   Free   from   the   Greater  Vancouver  Area  ZEnith..2021  7.r  VACATING  l��Bl>*(4H*u.l>. _.!.**�����  New   Piano  present in the extended care unit of St.  Mary's Hospital. Played for the first time by Mrs.  ��� The party was held in the extended Karen Jensen, this is the piano don-  Mrs Mary Tinkley Halfmoon Bay care. lpunge, hosted by the Gibsons Hos- -ated to the Extended Care Lounge  is offrSfor^ LJS^oS^ SS J��� ^^iif^aiS V^^ : of St..Ma.y's Hdspital by Mrs, Vera  ?narnernrtSnT,S.H 'wm Ai^Mr^J    *ic^rds- Als0 Piping the idles'vid 7 SANs andihe Halfmobh Bay Hospital  "ZsX^^i^oTZl "    S^��^ AUX#iary-   W'S >**��**  ac-  ing in the Tinkley home and looking al- ,  ^"gXnd EmUy'Fraser Obmpaniment to  the singa^ong pro-  terMrs Sry Walker has her 'daufihter-  '"^e' junior volunteers ^ve'.^  at the   i'ecent  in-law'staying at her house'for a few    inS excellent work through the .summer ��� birthday party which honoured Mr.  1 days7'Mrs7'Dorothy 7 Simpso^                                                                                                                  '   ���     .������������������     .  Kelly from Port McNeil. Mrs, Simpson's    a week-at the hospital and were only.'  _~^_ ���_ ,   too pleased ��� to .be able  to  help at the  pai'tyj-''-''-1-.-'-'"'-^7.:-...pp...p,��~' ,7,7 ���,.���:;, ���;,,.,���.;,/ y.^,,,,,  Mr,   Fitzgerald's    sister-in-law.   Mrf>,  Grace Broughton of Gibsons along With,  'ior daughter Mrs. Heinz, brought groui,'  nephew* Michael and great nice and godn:,'  dauglHer��,.ljorlnda^Heln��'*'ns*'-,WQll-w''a!.''*a,u'<��  beautiful   birthday    cake   with  ,.huppy���  the ox;act date of Mr.  Levi Fitzgerald's     birthday uncle Lev'  on it, Roxann^ the  bii-thdiiv: Mr? Fit/froi-niri fir niiiRnns is nt    Javcu'Re groat nlo^    Mrs. Karen Jensen had tho .honor, of  being tho first to play the now pliwo at  �� parly,and wuh,a great pleasure to hefuv  her  play ^und  uil  tho  voices  raised  In  ,j|(;,f}l^'g,soh'g,,"A jjurprisp ���aJddUlon.t^hWh'B.wol i-  hope , we shall have1 the ��� opportunity! ,16 "  hoar often, was one of tho second floor  nurses  Mrs,  Ilorsmun  who  pluycd  unci  ������ sun# 'dallghtl'ully. t     >     '���   --  " ''' If'Ayou nro reading' this on Wednesday, August 30th and you havon't votod,  put the pnppv down and got but and  voto, I don't oui;q( hpw, Just vote. ,  guests with  hor  were  her brother and  ' his wi.fc! Bill and Cec"e Strain from Sur-  , rqy ancl Mrs. Strain's mother Mrs. Mary  Saxby   and   her  granddaughter    Shelly  from Edmonton.  Party night, Friday Aug. 25th fell on  j oxjuct date of Mr.  Lavi Fitzgerald's  birthday! Mi7 Fitzgerald "of Gibsons is at  Home Planning Service  ���'' ,|!*r'.''i' i''''.''^ i','-'i''i;. '.v.'1.'.''"��-. ���.>.tt"~",'''i*"/��".n-"  Plans 'to your desires ��� Specialist  in  Cedar  Homes,  Gothic Arches,  Saunas; Homes remodeled ,���������  Nothing loo small.  885-9060 - 525-1315  Box 782# Spchelt, B.C,  Don't put off uiUil. tomorrow what  ^..Ajn^    !j )j i*fc*i>, S^'.ifi-;*.JMt4��*;T#.-i'*i(..Vw"ia* i. ;i,^*M v_-^ iis IW& ^-Wsti. Wfl*"** M,'a6)iwW*iWI *t Wtftk.*l*����iS**>ftsti {fl,/i��*^V*��  Pi  K^ono / MARINA  MARINEWAYS  """'. "JBO^ts,"td,ii5d''i^ "  MERCURY  Outboard Sales dnd Soryico  MERC  CRUISER'  Sales and Service  2 Mechanics On Duty  Monday to, Saturday  Madeira Park, B.C.  883^2^48  kwn��-m��w.. ._r   ���,���������_.��������������� ^ mm______m-m-mn__m__m_m___mmmmm~_--mmm_m__m__mmmmmmMmMm,^  i  i  I  I  cJLadt ot the   72 J  20 h.p. MERC '  Regular $713.00  IMOW  wt*$ffim&>  PAVID THEOPQRfi CUMMBNGS,    businessman, mi Powoll River  Agent for Isabel' Pearl DawsonrQa.i<Mdfito\ tor Social Credit Party  .,. ,  DALE ALBftRT^f.RWtl^ ^Jogging^ono^  Agent  for Donald  Frederick���; Lockstoad, candidate for Now Pomoi'ratic Pinty  i.��i.*pi(iiiM��i,i., i.  JACKW. R. MILLS, jhows'papo'r editor, Foonoy Road, Gibsons  AgontJfotJMtehaolJfrmmoj^JlwM^  i*t_t  1 i.  _\   .-..      A. Mantoanl  , ;   KUTUKNING ORFICKR  Muckciuio doctoral  District  ..' V   ; ')'.;.', Phonu 403:4U1  9;8-h:p;-MERC"  Regular $605,00  IMOW  %^_MM:0Q  I j^rtJj^^Mi^lB J   Htt-fl WtHf'  arina-Bces��n  ,.   . ,1  ....,. , ,i,i.. i.< >i -,'i.,' p. . .   >  Rich Atwood and Ab Haddock  P.O.   Box  160  .Madei rjtil Parft,���B.C.;' _  tj  .,iiw*'��,it,-...a-v^'N-...t.n*,... tfivi 1.***)^11pi'if*rtt%fjii. J'*Wfii.1.'ppf"-p<Aip.,,.'-ii.. t-jWi**).!.>.������.��,),   i," *   Af%vit.t_  Phone 883-2248  pJifrflU,^!*. H^fWtW^iL"  mrnsm  ���; /,      ������������,���  imo  140  MERCRUISER  [ .   . c *   _���*___$*  ��� V-  ���<$_&���&��� ���'������ w���-'  . n��  FULL CAMPER TOP  ymrwjEisr'MN'''  ���^ The Best Insurance Policy For Your Motor Is Proper Winterizing   ,  WH^^W^^^^9^^^^^gmm^^^nT \       ���^^~J~i'"' 1   ^^ V    T .11.     *��-*��� '(at   -if ^l^t^^vwtfy^tyfppsx^feq^iif^tfi^^ \!r    ut  twwpr. _|.o��.r   ,      X J T^-r^p ��� r-     -.-y  T    ^   Si J       ^ as&f,  KMfcmU  itoi^MiaS  ���'',1970":i<;',&:C7.-:  THERMOGI.A5S 17'  ^pjiUBWWH^WW^tW  wiHi,120 OMC, Rood Rmuiur Trailer,   '  pCampor Top, Fire EAtinouishor, Pdddlus/,,  .".;., ,  i     ���   '  ,,        ���    ,. i     - .  ,     <i>>    ��� .  ...77..Watch for our 'Solo,-of..77,..2  '     i     ',,; i     '�� "'  ''��� ' ' ',    p '  '    ''  ���:., Ront��| Motoric Iiii ��� 'Octolicir.  witmmMmm>'4m<*mmw  mv��v*^^^'m>>4^��lM^���,^^  iVltll^MliWl^W^t^l^lf^'lll^f_,l4  \  I ' ir.��� ft(t��������n,,*if "t'-nW**   t \.,f ^. j\.,.. 11 \  \  \  Page A-4   Peninsula Times, Wednesday, August 30, 1972  Y  y_w%ntww_r  -WwmnnnwMwtwfl  r*&wr___nsz____&__  Wflftftft  ^affMii^gwa-ftt-ajii>>*Ma*ft**-Pt����*6*i^^  _,     _ ~t Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  IHE rENINS^LA Jmtek ���* gifasans - Phone 886-2111  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  W.V.'ERt-'hQiNT io.l  tor .-ale  . .(...-ii.>..iH. _Phaue   886-JOi',9.  FOR RENT (continued)  -V.  '.HI-41  lilliSONS -llt.ii.M-'  tor" sale   hy  owner; 'i years old; 2 bdrms.  FP  $18,500.   Phone  88(5-2709.  291-42  FURNISHEP ���' bdrm WF  h.iu'i. ai Ii-ilf'rnt>on . Bay.  Sepi*" io July, I'lHI per month.  ftPlf-r^n.'f1-- please. Phone 885-  9f)S4. *  323-40  Rublished Wednesdays by  Powell River Hews To\yn Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  ENGAGEMENTS  Member, Audit Burea*  of Circulations  March 31. 1972  Gross Circulation 3275  Paid Circulation 2421  Astfiled with the Audit Bureau  ^f?C-irc:i^gtoPTOSMbifiCt--tOT1qM'jit4_.  MR. AND MRS. Ken Griffith  of Sechelt, B.C. wish to announce the engagement of  their only daughter Arle.ne to  Mr. Gerald Grychowski, eldest son of Mr. and . Mrs. N,  Grvchovvski of Abbotsford,  B.C.     - 309-40  CARDS OF THANKS  $3.50  $4.00  __15c  ClossTfietrAdyertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Dne   Insertion    $1.00  Three Insertions , $2.00  Extra lines (4 words)  20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or  Reader  advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  jriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  nnd 20c per line after that, 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rate*���  By  Mail:  Local Area  $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area _$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.    ? $900 yr.  Overseas $10.00  yr.  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   .   Canada      Single Copies   Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  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  ,n 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,  ot a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme,Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  V;.-ographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  t��y the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b_i. the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  A SINCERE thank you to  members vof Sea Cavalcade  -aivd'TGi'bB0Tiy'C*lramyber-n.lv6q  meree and- to all my friends  in Gibsons who were so kind  to me before ��� I moved to  Princeton. My phone number  there ��� is "295-6622/ ���Shirlee  Janowsky. 906-40  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thursdays, Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.  Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn  BAHA'I Faith,, informal chats.  885-9568,  886-2078.      168-tfn  WISH  to  contact  Latter Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  SQUARE dancing is fun. For  those interested in learning  the basic steps, a 10-week  course will start approx. mid-  September. For further information, contact Pat or Jack  Whitaker   at   885-2438.  300-41  LOVELY ocean  view  lot, Go-  wct Point, Cleared for building.   Selective  trees  rear.   73'  x2()fi\ 886-73.29 or 112-298-2359.  901-41  _���S 1 . ,   LOT  West Sechelt  Cleared  -  Ready  to build  $$4500   firm.  H.  B. GCRDQN  AGENCIES LTD.  TWO   bedroom,   waterfront  at  Selma    Park.    Sept.    15    tb  June  15. $10Q month. 885-2644  or 943-1208. 326-40  ROBERTS Creek ��� a delightful cottage, 2 small bdrms,  full plumbing, electric Mieat,  stove, freezer fridge and some  furniture. WF property. Suit  businessx couple or quiet re-  t-red person. Rent $125. Ph.  886-7316.    .        328-40  ROOMS, $75 per month, from  October    1.    Sunshine    Inn,  Garden  Bav.  Ph.  883-2512.  330-42  HELP WAjMTED (cont.)  CHAMBERMAIDS   and   wait*  iesses   wanted   full   .or   part  ume> Live in or out. Cajl the  J,,ilv   Roger   Inn   885-99198.  ��� ' s 179-tfn   ���    ������ A-   ���  WANTED   ���*  student,     *_4-16  years    to    work    on    horse  ��� farm.in return for riding privileges. 886-2160 after 6 p.m.  Brushwood Farm. Gibsons,  B.C. . ��� *      ���     292-40  HELP WANTED (continued)  Phbne 885-2013  38  ONE bedroom, half basement  house. Beautiful view of islands, mountains, and Howe  Sound. Close to gov't wharf,  stores, marina. Reduced for  quick sale. ^$9,700. Full price  $3,000   down.   886-7657.  902-40  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area'. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt.  333-tfn  Gibsons, pear shopping "ceri-  tre, schools, post office. Fireplace, . kitchen, ��� bath, uty%  room, fullj/^quipped. October  to April,  886-7351.' 905-40  WANTED TO RENT  FOR RENT  REAL ESTATE  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ,   .  .   Ii  pleased  to sponsor  thU  Birth   Announcement  spaco,   and  extend* Bost Wishes to the happy  parents,  -MR,  AND MRS,  Don  Fraud-  Hon of Gibsons minouncc. the  birth of a son, Dennis ,1 nines,  8  lbs.,  fi'/a   o/.���  nl   St,   Mary's  Hospllnl,   Sechelt,   August   18,  OfelTUARY  STICKLAND-.Edlth    Shuttle-  worlli   Stickliuul  on   Ai.ki.wI  27, 1072, In hor 04th your, of  Pondor Hiwbour, I.,C, Survived by hor luiftbuncl, Uiu'oK-l',  one hod, Mich nol, North,. "Vnn-  (..���Oliver;   one   UnuKhlor,   Mi'N,  Hollo   Dubo,   HoIxii'IpH   Crook;  ,���i,ivo-v,��,.tti'iuiM.ohllcl��,o��,��-,���.$ui,vleo-,  ' ThurflclnyrAmsjiiHl 1)1 nl 4p,m,  In %il Momorlnl Chwpol, I ROD  "Llllooot   Hcl���   Novlli   VniU'Ou'-  vor, CroiviiUlon, lu llou of flu-  'WW, doruHlonN, mny ho muclo  to tho URO Modlou I RoNouroh  Contro,   40  PENDER Harbour waterfront  . lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making ��� it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  ���write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-1 fn  WATERFRONT GEM  Imagine 'this jewel in an idyllic, parklike setting, overlooking the ocean at lovely Gower  Point, only miinutes from Gibsons. Then see and own this  charming 2 bdrm ranch type-  home with cosy fireplace in.  LR and huge picture window  in' the den, framing the extensive water and garden view.  Even the fridge, dishwasher,  washer and dryer plu:' new  deep freeze go at the amazing  price of $39,500. Please make  this  a "Must See"-<and -phone  Mrs.   Fletcher,  683-8411  8224-40  WEST Sechelt ��� View lot  60  xl57.89.   Water,   power,. and  phone.   $4,500.   Phone   885-9655  aftor 4 p.m. 308-42  VIEW lot in West Sechelt, CO'x  158',     Water,     power     unci  phone.  $4500.  Phone  885-2087.  .    285-41  100 ACRES beautil'ul elevaIeel  property, ,mo|vii.   view,  trails,  secluded.    iSluur   Socrol   Cove,  $70,000.    Write   Box   310,   c-o  .The ..Times,. Socholt, B.C. .....'���.  "     {.32-tfh  HALL for. rent ���Wilson Creek  Community   ,Hall.     Contact  Mrs.-Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  FOR vacationers during August, a self contained furnished basement suite in Gibsons. Close to wharf, stores  and beaches. $50 per week.  Also boat rental if desired.  Phone   886-7374. 90-tfn  FOR RENT: Davis Bay waterfront, two bedroom house.  Available Sept 1st. References required, annual lease for  suitable tenants. Preferably no  children or animals, $1.75 per  month. Ph. 885-9469.      222-tfn  PARTLY furnished, semi-waterfront, Hopkins Landing,  1 M> bathrooms, 3 bedrooms.  Available Sept. 1 to June .30.  $105 month. 880-7809'or 112-  922-5347. 301-tfn  1   BEDROOM   basement  suite,  semi-furnished,   private  entrance. $!10 month. Phone 885-  9044. 316-42  HOPKINS    Landing,    3    bed-  room  furnished   home,   from  September to June.  886-7844.  317-40  FURNISHED waterfront home  ���Pender   Harbour.   Box'18,"  Madeira  Park.  Phone  112-731-  9355. 319-40  NEW   2   bedroom   apartment,  furnished,     Madeira     Park.  Ph.  883-2240. 304-41  RESPONSIBLE    couple    with  Child,   wish   t.o   rent   small  house   for   winter,   or   permanently, Phone 886-7291. 450-40  TWO bedroom home wanted  to rent in the vicinity north  of Sechelt to Earl's Cove, during the period Nov. 15 - May  5. Family of four with references. Rental period would  coincide with our fishing resort operation in northern B.C.  Prefer waterfront property.  Please contact Bob Wickwlre,  Box  2214,  Smithers,  B.C.  269-40  YOUNG    couple    require    to  rent cottage, waterfront preferred. 886-7074. 327-40  ROOM AND BOARD  ROOM   andi   board    available  for   2   elderly   people,   some  nursing.   West   Sechelt.   Write  Box 502, Sechelt, B.C.    312-42  HELP WANTED  Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  Loggers seeking  employment  Front end loader operator  -   Hook tender  Yarding engineer  Rigging slinger  Landing man  Log truck driver'  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call"  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for McNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur^  alia or phone 885-2435, after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shnw. 40  School  District  No.  46  (Sechelt)  MAINTENANCE  TRADESMEN  NATURE  OF POSITION:  Under the general direction of  llu-   Superintertdent   of   Buildings and Grounds,  responsible  assignments such as, alterations ahd "repair of buildings,  -and equipment, manufacture  and installation of cabinets,  shelves, etc., and general utility duties, furniture moving,  deliveries.  REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE,  ABILITY AND SKILLS:  As the majority of time will  be spent in the ��� manufacture  and installation of cabinets,  shelves, and repairs, applicant  must have proven ability and  be able to operate power  equipment. Must have a valid  ". drivers  licence.  SALARY AND HOURS OF  WORK:  Initial appointment at $740.00  per month rising to $786.00 per  month on completion of three  months probation. Normal  work week, Mon. to Fri.,  7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Health benefits and superannuation.  Attach perinent information  ie qualifications and experience and include names of 3  references'.  Address applications to Secre-  , tary-Treasurer, School District  No. 46 (Sechelt), Box 220, Gibsons, B.C. and mark envelope  "MAINTENANCE TRADESMAN APPLICATION". Closing date for* applications for  this position is September 11,  1972. 40  PERSON required to earn extra  money by  doing  typing  for    me/   Phone    before    9:30  p.m. John Browning, 885-2189.  \ 311-40  LOGGERS WANTED  Good,     qualified     tradesmen;  Especially   1   or  2   Steel  Spar  Hook and vRig  TOP PAY PLUS X  Jackson  Bros.  Logging  Co. Ltd.  v   Wilson Creek  Phone 885-22?8  40  WANTED  ROOM and  board wanted for  2 boys (ages  11 and 12)  for  rrB_"flffi (^"l^l'^y till l.",J**Tm?Xi*_pilP \ :t'lTtfrn7TT^H'Ja5 -.1,1 y��'V^T^IiJi i3,"L"t_  month. yPehder   Harbour area  only. Phone 883-2234.    228-40  WANTED���dajiiy transportation from West Sechelt to  Gibsons, leaving 7 a.m. for  month of September. Phone  885-2328 after 6 p.m.       250-40  WORK WANTED  TYPEWRITERS,  adding machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  PARCEL Pick-up & Delivery.  Daily   Service   between   Sechelt and Pender Harbour. Ph.  883-2706. 206-40  FURNACE    installations    and  burner   service.   Free    estimates.  Ph.  886-7111.        36-tfn  DICTA-TYPIST  looking    for  886-2597.  bookkeeper  emplbyment.  8222-40  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  Topping - falling danger trees  >��� limbing for view.  Prompt,   experienced,   insured  work.  Phone 885-2109  9032-tfn  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  PHONb  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  PENDER HARBOUR No. 342670  Mill���sow and planing plus scads of machinery, welder, trucks,  shovel. Gravel pit with high potential for good operator of great  growth with little known gravel deposits. 16 acre .site offers view,  property with year round creek and springs faces sea front and  l?usy7'Kighway location. CALL BOB "KENT"885-9461 FOR DETAILS ON THIS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.  EWART McMYNN  DAVIS BAY: Rotirem.onl, wllh  revenue or just plain Invo.st-  .incnt. SiluulocI on lovoly view  lot close, to bench, Attractive  duplex, ouch unit conslHls of  2 bo-lroomn, pice living room,  ** 1-fiiolion7"!";" "|5?6T"b"n'ilit * Si ucc.o"*  exterior    for    cnny    maintenance),$ll},000...down....pn ,FT7  $35,000,  GIBSONS RURAL:    1   noro  pluH,   with   'AWT  on   blk.   lop  rood,   Try   your   offer   new  ,$7,1*00.  Delightful ,,rotlromont', cot*'  luge on fully  lo'ndfioopod  lot:  close  to  nhop,s  nnd   bunch,  !i  ��� hilrniH.,   family   hI/.o   Itltehon,  7):ii'i?!lit71lvli'.*4 room with  nro*  plnco,  Adjo ning Ulnlng  room  ���I'onlurOH bul l-liv ehlnn nnd ���linen onlilnot, 5"  p..'i\ both. KulI  ,.���luiHomont.... h��H .conrploUxl., ron  room,  Ini'Ko Htornge unci utility- tiro..,,wiwhrotmi,.cold room  nnd I'tiriincu room,  Mpt  wnlor  hour.   MnlohlnR ' gnnvKo, Nog-  iitlnble Imi'itw on p..),M),  .on uli,  ���HnM^  BALDWIN ��� PcibhqcI    nwny  --**^AivR!ifit"'!33riii7'iri'iiiurn*i-"onTi  Bnldwln of Socholt,  l',C.  n��-  p,    o<"-04 yonrnr HurvlvoU by two K. BUTLER REALTY  HqiiH, "Iiu'voy of K.nmloopn mid | xn  ��� "Hud of Cn'mroso, AlboiMn; ono  -    daughter* Aunn flbuch of Du-.    A.U,,  ,, y'a liny,   10  Kriindchlldroiii' n  grunt grniulchildrun nnd <1 t,lti��  tui'M^Hov   DcnnlH Popplo con.  ��� dueled tho Ri.iYCflldi! "nurvlro  ���ln*Senvltnv-^e?mpter,y*on,-Snt��  , .. urdny, ..AugiiHt I'll, ...Utir.vo.v  Funeral Homo,-tllriH-torH,  !107"40  LTD,  TYPR0   INSURANCE  -  C'lbtionn, .B.G.  Phono IIHQ-JSOOO  , !^ MEMBER 7.. _ _������..'  Mt.lLTIPJ.Ji)  WSTINQ  SERVICE  1)0.1-40  PENDER HARBOUR        .WATERFRONTi. ,1807lovoly bopqli Wllh cloop protoctcd, moQiooo  and ..unny ciApg-uro, Chnrmlno old houiio al watort. odfio, Ovor  aenn vinw ppporly, $?15(000 tormn>.  w  WATERFRONTi 27H', doop proioclod moorapn on ovor A acrou In  hnnn of, rnndolrappaf"',, SolORllvoly i;|oarci(i, loovlnn^camp site*,  roodi.  and  building   ��lle��,  A  IJodiitlfMl   rowrl   lypo ' proporty.  ,....... !f>ao(000 w|lh pan, torma,  ^WAT"RFRQNT1*l<'0'-|)tTJfwTc<t,^  ..Bw^w-^BisroaliUdorbour^XhJ^^^^  3 BEDROOM '-jONf, (or 2 a, don) right,In Mqdolra park, I300  ��q, fl, of living' aron Iri lhls 2 yoar old, low mnlntonfinco cedar  homo, Within 3 mlnllto* vyOIK'of all shops nnd has goodmooran*  dlrwtly ��cpm atroot, $(2l.500,  . JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Tlmo) -  "  7, .I, CHARlES ENGLISH LIMITED  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service   ' Box 238, Gibsons  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent building lots, close to  good ''swimming1^ beach. On paved* road, water connections, phone and hydro available, Lots have been  selectively cleared. F.P. $5600 each,, ,.,...    ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2,60 acres of very attractive, well ..treed, level land. Frontage of 200 ft, on  pavficl road/Hydro, phone, ahd community water are  ,,���! |,,,���4���p. j Qg | g^- potent I ai1" V Ife W^prbp'e'rf y'w'a "ishort "d I sta n'ce���  from beach. Zoned residential, F.P. $14,000. OFFERS.  GIBSONS: Three B.R. home, located on a nearly j/fe  acre corner lot. House has large pleasant living room  with a lovoly fireplace, There is also a one B.R. self  contained furnished revenue suite, Stove, frig, freezer  and drapes are to remain With house, Property is  convenient to shopping, schools' and thfitafcR.' F,P.  $38,000 with $15,000 down,  GIBSONS RURAL; Two large level lots'slzo 63x264 ft. '  each, l-ocatQcl,a short clislanco, from Gibsons on an all ,  paved road. Lots wore previously cleared now, lightly  oyergrown.p These 'lots are an excellent investment  at F.P. $3,000 also the adjoining corner lot at F.P.   $3,506,. _ ,.., ��� ^   LANGDALE WATERFRONT; Over 100 on nice safe  _��aaasiyJ2S9jE'l^^  landscaped, Very attractive, homo with nlcoly finished  basement and a large sun-dockWhat moro could you-  " ask Jpr? F.P,, $49,500,  HOPKINS LDG;r If it's a nice clean 2 bed/homo with  a half basement on a largo view lot that you aro  looking for for under $20,000, Just phono us,  -GIBSONS'ACREAGE: ���hqcromostlycloqreclfor futuro-  commercial cloYolppmont with a. yory liveable hpmo on  all sorvlcos, This can all bo yours for only $15,900.  GIBSONS DAY AREA; WQlorfront���3 bod, homo wllh  doublo garage on a nico f|gt cloarod Jot. Bring us all  offers on this ono;     r  GIBSONS BAY AREA; 3 bod/homo on a ono aero  ;pqrcelr-Gou I d-bo-pori IM iar-apci r tpniqnHpropbrty,���A II"  flat, closo to boqcli ancl on all utilities, Offors,  GIBSONS  BUSINESS;   'Gibsons'  Hoolth   Foods  ancl  Bakery Outlet-��� This Is an Ideal sQrrthretiromont  elxtslness*forhM3bandtandn(Y"lf<^  GOWER POINT No. 2622  200' frontage on paved road. Sea across road. Neighbours  behind not possible. Well designed 1300' bungalow in landscaped  grounds. 450' guest house, self contained. Good fishing bay. Half  cash on $55,000. jCALL: JACK WARN  886-2681.  SELMA PARK No. 2656  'One .of the finest viow lots high .up in Selma "Park has a hew 2  bedroom mobile home all ready (or occupancy. It has been approved by C.S.A., the Building Inspector and the Bank, Lot size  16,540 sq. ft. Full price $17,900. To view CALL; DON HADDEN  885-9504.  SECHELT���HACKETT STREHT No. 2593  , ..Excellent .level cleared  lo|  l,n area of. good, homes,  Near stores  !:and sch66l7$5/756,00on"'forms': or $5250.00' cash'.4 CALL: C.'R.'  GATHERCOLE 886-2785 oves.  DAVIS BAY 7 ���   '" - , -"��� -<������������; No, 162671  Near now, 2 bedroom post and boach home with fireplace. Open  plan provides airy atmosphere, Wall to wall carpeting dining room,  living room and bedrooms, Attractive kitchen with table top range  and head���high oveni 2 short blocks to boach and boating. A  ���well cared-for*homo .and-grounds,*F.ull��prlco��$24/950,00..CALL;,.  BOB KENT 885-2235 or eves, 885-9461.  BUSINESS AND PROPERTY  No. 192650  L  Locatecl on tho waiorfront as Socholt's only vlow restaurant  with dining one) wining faclllllo'i. lacing Islands and Gulf of  Georgia. PLUS living quartern to boot I  Building -lias 2800 fiquaro 'foot, situated on largo land area  wllh plenty of room for future expansion, This business hats  virtually unlimited horizons for tho onorgollc oporator.  Nowly;ro|rnodol|ot1;dlnlnq qnlct;YVprl^*;aroa;fioature,modern, up-to.  dato fur'nlMilnflirand (Hiiiliimiinl, laid out Id nancllo tlio lako-out  trade as well,..   ���  This Is q winner In lhls steadily growing rbufilnoss and rosort  area, (".oqulres only $25;000, (barely what 'you could expoct  to pay'for'a homo) an down payment, Balance on easy terms,  CALL BOB KENT OR PETER SMITH, OFFICE, 885-2235  MP������PW|H|��|I|II lljlll,11,11,11,ip��l^^  Morrtbor Vancot-ivor Real Estate Board  Phono 886-2248 " Notary Public.  "LISTINGS .WANTED ,  Ylnco Prowor, 886-9359,- Wally Peterson, 886-2877  / ' Ron McSavanay, 886-9656  '."'.,'       . Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS No. 2596  Luxury llvlnn wltlr low maintenance, Almost now: homo with ro��  *markablo*vlow,��3>��bqdroom^��andwdonj��.dlnlno��raom��*doublo��plumb  Inn,   larao   fireplace,   $48,000   torms  considered,   CALL  JACK  ���;.,���.,,, ..,.. , ��� ...,.WARN.,886:JW9.U.,.���._ ,. ,���,���.������.,���,.���  ROBERTS CREEK, PARK AVENUE No, 12/12643  ComfortaWo lwo., bod room collage on (rood ono aerojet, only a  short wqlk to popular safe boach, Hydro, phono and wator (torvlcoa,  , Basic furnishings Includlnp ,o|oqtrlc rango and frldqo 09 wllh Iho  sale, Although tha cottago requires some finishing It Is occupied  tho yoar round, Immodlato passo-slon, F.P, $ 13,500' down pay.  -mont' $6,000,00 or,'roasonablootfors. CALLi C..R. GATHERCOOLE���..  ' B^77015' ' '7  DAVIS BAY No. 2644  Finance your rotlromont wllh thin duplex on excollont vlaw lot Junt  q block from Iho boach at DavlR Bay, Each finite has 2 bedrooms  ' and 910 r,quaro foot, Full price $30,000, Far details and appoint"  '   monla CALL PON HAPDEN 885.9304 ev<!��. ���   ���  "GIRSONS    ' ��� No. 2D59  Homo,for tho yearn your children aro In school, Closo to everything,  ���'i;arge hrlohl"rooms-nowly���docorateclr3*bodroomivrl/^"���'or'rTormB-  on $25,000, CALLi JACK WARN 806-2681,  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  .wmi. *^>4^m0f^mm^m*^m>m^mmi^m  AGENCIES UP,  Pox 155/ Socholt Phono 885-2235  Or Call Toll Freo from tho Greater Vancouver Area  .    ,   !       ,     ,     ZEnith 2012     ,   ...        .  (E,8,O.E.)    .  MADEIRA PARK  *��!__&_  Mfpr;7rpiWl  Spacious 4 BR. ranch style home, built 1970. Electric heat, fireplace, coppertone range and hig included, excellent yiew. Plus���  fully insulated shop building which would convert to a nice  rental   home.   Close   to   school,   stores   and   marinas.   $37,500.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���EGMONT  Over 7 acres.' approx.  560' waterfront. A good portion is level  ond   would   be  an  excellent   location  for   a   mobile   home   park.  Paved   Maple   Road   runs  through  property.   Full   price   $50,000  with $25,000 down.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available dn this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view, lots on  72   lot  subdivision.   Prices 'from   $3,700   to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT���$45,000  Approx. 550 ft. waterfront with nearly ?0 acres of real nice land,  fruit trees, grass and natural trees. Older house���could be made  livable. And could possibly be divided into 4 parcels.  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden=Bay-^-over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage. Full pricey  $26,000, with $13,0QQ down.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  3 BR split level on Hwy. 101���nearly 4 acres,  150'-waterfront.  Good family home with good gardening area. Priced at $32,000.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBtK  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approxr 550 ft.- of waterfront on Mixal Lake, road & creek  through property and an old house which could be rebuilt. Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  GARDEN BAY  Attractive 3 BR home, dble. plumbing, fireplace, sundeck. Very  large basement.  Beautifully landscaped.  $35,000.  BROOKS COVE���HALFMOON BAY  One year old, 3 BR winterized Panabode home���full bathroom,  sundeck. Stove, frig, furniture, dishes, bedding, etc. all included.  Approx. 195 ft. waterfront. Immediate possession. $29,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  Deluxe 4 BR home in a beautiful setting���has 165 ft. lake frontage,  5.3 acres,  road access from  Hwy.   101, float,  hydro.  $60,000.  Va ACRE���JOHNSTONE ROAD  kjira' Parfc^Getfry  sloping, |i||||r||i;|| t^fO^h.  Made  PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 33 acres on approx.   1,800 ft. waterfront���suitable for  possible Mobile Home Park.  $85,000.  BARGAIN, HARBOUR  4 BR semi-furnished older home oh approx. 55 ft. low waterfront  lot. $31,000,  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive land.scaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred ft. to school, stores and marina, Washer, dryer,  range  and fridge included in prlco of $32,000.  ��������rr-'.r^-"r:rrr:.' ''--MARINA'SITE'���- '���'���^"^- ^ w."  Earl Cove���marina, motol or subdivision site adjplnlng ferry  terminal. Approx, 51 acres with approx, 850 ft, waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy7l01. Full price $75,000 wltli $30,000 down.  SAKINAW LAKE  13.8 acres, nicely treed land with approx.' 350' Choice Watat'  .,���w,,ta��.,���,fron^^  ���iffT��=_ . *l.j.hj|M*sS.i��   ,.��     EGMONT LOTS     7    Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000,  GERRANS BAY  150' choice wqtorfronl on Francis Peninsula, ovor half aero/with  orio room cabin,'Walor accoss only.' $13,000,'     '     '  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  .  On appro*, J^acroJoyoUo^ ���  ��� , heatlnn, flroplaco/ storagoahd carporl,7l"ull prlco42lv,000,. ��� ���  MOBILE HOME SITES '    '  . , ,;    Several Iota available,   ,       ,.,      . ,, ..-..,���.���  VIEW LOTS���GARDEN BAY  Very large park-like lots overlooking Pondor Harbour, Prlaod from  $5,000 to $6,000 with QO��d terms,  *WATERFRQNrtQTS"  75, ft, ~...,,,,,~,,$/)6,5QQ  250 ft, loaso lot���$12,066 "  90 ft.  88 ft.  ..$18,309.,  $18,500  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT  40Q'  waterfront���att  mobile homo, unfinished  rqctlvoly  landscaped,  has.  60'*I?,'  deluxe  ,  led 1,400 sq, ft, foulldlno, floot and marine  way.., $45,000.  ���- ��� ������ 1      ���       I,    ���   ,  r".'ZZ. .RUBY LAKE'cOTtAGi**~~  Soml-furnlBhod,  wator and  hydro,   119''waiorfront and "float,  $19,000', '  II !���'" III         ,,    .in, ,|..    .   .,���!  WATERFRONT COTTAGE  ?Q ft, waterfront on Francis Peninsula, vlow of Mafasplna Straits,  with 1 bedroom year,round coitaocAsklna prlco 0.7.000 .with  $8,000 down,  ��� IRVINE'S LANDING  3-BR.honw. on p .loroe:VlQVy|;!ot7ovcrlooKlno Leo Day. Closo to  marina and Govt, Wharf, $13,000,  [@HiiSSiM  RBAl,TY UTP,  ,     > % ' "1  ,'       '  Madolra Park,. D.C,  ' P|ion6 Pender Harbour 883-2233*  ����W#WaM��W*rkP  Srf����tt5i ��fc��(.) ���.      -- nt  .  i'*    t    *     fl      t �� t    e 1 �����  r>   t*    f C     ���     t f, - \   *      ���  T  w.  *   1  - *   I    I  I >    I.1 '  Vi '  1 . \  \  4 W\  \l " I  V  MOBILE HOMES  BOATS a^ENGINCS (Cont.)    LOST  LIVESTOCK  1   BEDROOM \ toiler   for  sale  8x28',  $1,600   full   price:. PI,  {38672647. s 256-^1 '  MOBTLE Home 8'x3rV, this  neat-pompact home in good  condition. CSA approved,  newly painted, complete with  stove, fridge and other furni-'  lure. FP $3,700. Phone 885-  9369 eves. 318-40  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  FOR  SALE���2   bedroom  Irailer,   $2,150   cash.   Phone   8B,r>-  2342 or 885-9970 after 11   a.m.  302-40  CARS & TRUCKS  1M9 CAMAR.RO S/S 350 con-  vertihle for sale. Phone \i\_-  2373 eves. - 2GP.-41  ' l.%n FQRD  Galaxie  500,  fully  2(i'    CAIUN    cruiser M'or   sale.  Ler.r,    lhan    IttU    hrs.    Fully  eqiupped,  open  to offers, _886-  y^7__ '- '   ' 8221-40  13'     ENTERPRISE     sailboat,  complete    with    trailer. \ A  very  fast, exciting boat, $600.  Phone   886-7295. 245-41  BETVH MORRIS  YACHT SAL��S\ LTD.  $17 Bidwell Ave.  ���Large selection of Pleasure  and Commercial Crafts and  Engines.  Good   Listings   Wanted  Contact   Capt.   M.   Higgs"  LOST near, Gibsons, T'liuv.day  ���Aug. 24, near animal cnn-  ic. 4. year oii female cat. Grey,  white face, chest and paws. If  sepn please, .calj her W. Sechelt   home,   885-2832. 315-40  LOST,   yellow   floater   jacket  on Sandy Hook Road. OAP.  Phon& 885-9690. 325-40  'LOST in Sechelt^, part persian  brown kitten with white  ���paws and yellow flea collar.  Reward. Phone 885-2406 after  5  p.m. 306-41  FOUND  Box  374  ANYONE who has lost one of  their   marbles   and   wish   to  recover  sajne���call  Art   Alexander at 883-2491. 314-40  Gibsons,   B.C.  iBTS7rjrMW7Wii^r6rs��\e7  886-7424  PETS  $1100.   Phone 885-2632.  "    270-41    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  1965 FORD  352  V8.  Excellent  mechanical.  886-7729.  8220-42  1966 INTERNATIONAL % ton  with  canopy.   $750.  cash  or  near  offer.  Ph.  886-2919.  298-tfn  "(il   COMET 6, auto., 4 dr., ra-  dio,   heater.   Priced   to  sell,  $185.  Phone 885-9534.  322-40  '67   OLDS  Cutlass,   2   dr.  HT\  maroon, PS, PB. Completely  overhauled,    $1,650.    Ph     885-  9872. 321-42  1962    VAUXHALL    Victor,    4  cyl.,   std.   Very   nicely   kept,  near    new    tires,   economical.  Ph.  886-7858. 303-40  BOATS & ENGINES  20 FOOT cruiser, 90 HP Johnson.     First     $1800     takes.  Terms or smaller trade. See at  Tillicum Bay Marina.    226-tfn  FAST, well equipped 24' Turner,   165   hp  Crusader Marine, Warner gear, painted and  ready  to  go.  Excellent shape.  FP  $2,800' "firmf 884-5250.   299-40  GROCERY-  CONFECflONERY  FOR SALE  Well    established    good    year  round business. Waterfront  propertj  Contact Villa.  Gibsons ���^8oii  Store '  -7460  904-40  EARN MONEY IN  .  SPARE TIME  Men or Women to re-stock  and collect money from New  Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area.  No selling. To qualify, must  have car, references, $1000.00  to $3000.00 cash. Seven to  twelve hours weekly can net  excellent income. More full  time. We establish your route.  For personal interview write:  including  phone  number.  B.V.  Distributors Limited  Dept. "A"  1117   Tecumseh Road,  East,  WINDSOR 20, Ontario.  39  SlL\^i^e]ge^oj7poodle pup-  pies.    Also,   older    puppies.  885-9797. 329-42  TENDERS  OFFERS  are invited to purchase and  remove 4 room Cottage and  Shed located behind the  Thrift Shop, Cowrie Street,  Particulars   can    be   obtained  from the Administration  Office  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  Sechelt,  B.C.  40  SWIFT Feeds ��� II. Jarnhsori,  Swifl dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds. - Horse feed - Rog  teed - Cattle 'feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.    258-tfn  13.2   h.   PONY   ���   very   well  built,    spirited . and    agile,  junior champion at R.R. Rodeo, $200. Ph. 883-2602.      260-41  16   h.   BUCKSKIN���very   fast  and   agile,   top   garri.es   project;   extremely   handy,   $300.  Phone   883-2602. _>61-41  FOR SALE ���. Small registered Quarterhorse. Filly yearling. Nice disposition, will  make excellent children's  horse*   $350   cash.   886-2160.  v       293-40   . -i   SMALL   Shetland    pony    and  saddle   for   sale.   $100.   Phone  Mftgfl590ef):pni-,.;...,-,-,.ni-,-^,- ���,--,-,.,ty.vflos-g4Q-,  J  PN \ ,     \  SAKINAW LAKE   *  Two parcels on N.W. end of Sakinaw Lake. 12 acres;  $20,000 per parcel. Phone  112-254-1060.  Write: Advertiser, c/o Box 310, ^Sechelt, B.C.  s>   . ' ... >  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, August 30, 1972;   Page A-5  1  V  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial - Recreational  All types "of real estate financing including builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CQRP- LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  ocoast  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT,, B.C.   ESTATES LTD...i ��� ������������ 885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTS  Service. Paved street. Only $4,500 FP, Call Jack or Stan Anderson .885:2241  or eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  GIBSONS FUN LAND  Pool, Games," coffee; Going concern. Ideal' for semi-retired. Handy  local Ion.  Close to Gov't wharf.  Only $7/500  FP. Call Jack or  Slan Anderson 885-2241  or eves. 885-2053 or 885-2385.  ARBUTUS STREET  Davis Boy/ only'2blks, from beach, excellent, view.  Fully, ser-.  vlcocl, access Is In. F.P, $7,500,00', Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  days 885-2241 or oves, 885-2053 or 885-2385.  SELMA PARK   New 2 bclrrrt, homo. Largo sundeck, Carport. Largo vlow lot close  to storo, New homo area, F.P. only $22,800.00, Call Jock or  Slan Anderson,,days 885-224l7or ovos 885-2053 or 885-2385,  RARE OPPORTUNITY  To own your own business, Your bank will holp you on lhls ono,  Sporting Goods, Boat sales and rentals Into big profits. Excellently  located In Secholt botwcen tho.Chuck and Rorpolso Bay. Good ���  flnotiqlol' stqtQrriont, ''And; Inventory, Act now,  tho prlco 1,9 wqy ,  bolow what It should bo��� John Black 8B6-7316,  ^^.^HY BUILD. A NEW. HOME?rJ^ww_M_^  "Whon 'you' con 'got ono sound as'now, fully'v'fiirhJsKb'd*%lth'"'a,,'('  wator Ylow at Davis Bay    1   block from -hooch.  Tho,.furniture. ,  alono is fantastic. Doop froozo, colour T,V��� stereos and moro,  moro. moro, Move, In with your., down payment,.balance on good  ���".;,...���"    Ilnahcln'g, John Black 886-7316. ���'      ,  GOLR COURSE LOCATION  10,59 acros on Sunshine Coast hlgliway, directly across from 3D ��  tiraen. Trood spulhorn slope, Water avail,, Jjp��gjr. r��unc^^m't  2053 or 885-2385.  ''" "'" '' '"    BOARD HORSES "" " ~"^' ","" '  10 LQv��l'''Acr��rPlMtf^'42x72,'cam,ont*block'bom.t Alumlnumjilp  roof, Storano for 100 ton.GKjsans *W/ ��n PaA^ 'oad SSfSoa.  munlly Walor, FP $23-000, Call Jack or Stan Andorson 805-2241  or ovos, 885.2053 or 885r23Q5.  ���,._,i^YACHTSMEN���-133L OF���WATERFR9NI 7 _:.  Charming 2 bdrm 'A'Framo, plliiatacl In a delightful spot, Arbulus  Iroos, Sunny and bright,.Looking out onJpMorry slant and Wo-  como Paw, Protected moarago, Handy kllchon wllh built-in'nlovo,  Flroplaco, W-W carpal, largo bathroom, don or of [Ico, iupciccK  on two Hldos 10 catch tho morning Minrlso and ovonlna sun"*.. t%  bawmont. MuM l>o soan'InsMo to bo appreciated, Call Lon a  Su.��� Von Eumontl BB5.2241, lioma 883-9693 or direct tram  Vancouver MU5-5544.  ���.View.,lot ..���-*-.SELMA'PAm<   _��� ...   7  B4M30', HighwayT() I locollon���-"^!! nofylcod, $55pp~ft]��jp>_ir  Jack, or Stan AnoWon, days Qflb-2241   085-2385.  ||  or ovos. 005.2033 or  1  ACRE  ,120r"FCArtEVEL~"WATERFRONT'  aor��ao, 2 bo'lrooms and room for oxPon5,onu0L���aSoi?p!v' ['!'  $45,000, Call Stan or Jack Andorson  day, 883.2241  or ayoi.  ' .  805-2305 or 885.2053.   '.''���' SELMA PARK  Noor now 2'bod'room homo on trood Ioom lot..Auto, boat and  ho. wnlor, Idcol rotlromont homo. TP 5>^ffi0. Call Jack or Stan  .   Amlorson, Days 885-2241. Evm. 885-2053 or 885-2385. ,  LEGAL NOTICES  FORM No. 1  LAND ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of New Westminster and situated directly North of 7237  and the road allowance, (Reference Plan 6815) Group 1, .  New "Westminster.  Take notice that Mrs. Gwt^n  Colby of 825 Lillian St., Co-  q u i 11 a m, B.C. occupation  housewife, intends to apply  for an additional area of the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted OLD Wt. 1 P. of 5270,  thence N. W. along road allowance; thence N up boundary of 6219 for 147.16 ft.;  thence directly E. to boundary  of 527j0[; thence S��� alQ.ngrb.Qun-���.  dary of 5270; and containing  less than 1 acre.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is well  and garden.  Gwendolyn Ellen Colby  Dated August  15,   1972.  8217-pub. Aug. 23, 30, 1972  FOUR year old Shetland pony,  broke. Cash $50. Phone 886-  9623. 294-40  HEAVY  breed  hens  for  sale.  $1   each.   886-2051.       335-40  REG. Arab stallion, Name  AHABB, No. 24161. Bay color,  approx. 15 hands, age 9 years.  This horse has been used for  riding and cow work, is�� well  mannered and behaves well..  Would be fine for a woman  to   ride,  $450.   886-2051.  334-40  ^  GROWN Goslings, $4 each.  Phone 885-9558.        .   331-40  WANTED TO BUY  WANTED���Second  hand  open  face 'Franklin' fireplace. Ph. *  885-9710. 305-40  FOR SALE  3     PCE.     chesterfield     suite;-  Davenco coal and elec.  comb, stove; wash, machine;  dble. bed, matt, and spring;  youth bed comp. and other  misc. household items. See at  Henderson, Selma Park Road,  behind Can. Legion. Thurs.  p.m. Or later in - weekne;d~^==j  324-40  FOR those who love to go  "down to the sea in ships"  or just read about those who  do���books at News Books and  Stationery, Sechelt. Personal-  ���'. ity Ships of British Columbia,  $10. Pacific Tug Boats, just  5.35 and now Pacific Coastal  Liners, all the color and stark  drama of the ships that steamed offshore from Baja,: California to Nome, Alaska. For  the sailor���A Seaman's Guide  to the Rules of the Road, 5.75;  Piloting and Dead Reckoning,  6.95; ABC of Small Boat Sailing, 1.65; The Sailor's World,  1.50. All in Sechelt, phone  885-9654. 297-40  r   MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  ���   .    (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  LTD. x  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C. ��� Van.  Direct:  685-3133  "SERVING THf; SUNSHINE COAST" N  'Exclusive Agents'  REAL ESTATE, AND .INSURANCE  I'Mifj   NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  lio Gibsons;JB.C: ' U ' " "&8&4BT  \if  LANGDALE SPLIT LEVEL. Well planned on a land-  hscdpe'dlotrdriveway'andxarpontwThree BR'srposslble-  Rec, Room or B.R, in bqsemeht. Cbuld be yours for as  ���little as $4000.00 down on $25^500 F.P.  HOLDING PROPERTY PAR EXCELLENCE. Over 4  acres, roads or allowances on three sides, level, somo  clearing,,nice trees. Situated between Rosamund area  ,and v!l,lage;boundQryL,$85QQ,00 F.P.'    ,  t   ,  |     -M| i        . ..    .    ! "���  SARGENT ROAD, 3 Bdrm. extra largo house with 2"  rBdrrtCself-icpntdl^  chance to own & rent.' F.P. $32,000. Some 'terms.  WATERFRONT. v Georgia  Bluff Jn Gibsons \vi,th Its  panoramic view of Howe' Sound, 3 Bdrrn7' new homo/ :  two levels, with secluded blacktop courtyard entrance.  Seeing is-believing. 0^48,500..with $15,000 down.   ,p " ��� i ���'���'"   GIBSONS VILLAGE. School Road, where the aparl-  ,.$12,500 .......,,������.���,,.. : ,., ,,.,���, , , ,. , .., ��� 7 .  WATERFRONT. 50 Ft. In the'VIIlagd/��addd moorago,  'good CommeralalHDeVplQpWi'QB7F;Pr$li;500''Wo)<-  col lent terms of $2000 down.  ROBERTS CREEK7 Scml Waterfront'Lots on Motcalfo  "Rd, Allsorvlcod readylo go; Fi'P. $5000. T'  H" ��� ��� i ���     i   i ^ Li ��� ������ m m I1  CLOSE TO GIBSONS, As good as now 2 Boclroom  home on large lot, Largo utility and room for another  bedroom, W/W carpets, H.T. driveway, $22^00 offers or cash or torms,  SELMA PARK. 1 yr. old lovely homo. 2 Bedrooms,  ~'v/orkfthop��and-carport,--W/W--carpot��-pnd-iaur>-roomr--  , Fireplace, concrotp driveway, Close to Secholt and  ocean, $17,500,,  '..;,.    .,.',.. y  ^���M.���.i..���.....i. .., m  Retirement homo on Gov't lease land. Closo. to Gibsons  ~Yi I lagcronc*' beach.-CojEy-2* BedTOom^ome^fTrT'*some"  *YlowrFlrepl<worutlllty'room,*Nlc��-garden*and-prrvato-  ���parklng, $13,000,00,  LISTINGS-WANTED      '    V ,.  WATtRPRONfrT~Good' waterfront wlthT"bdrm.xcot-"  tage, rents year round at $70 mo. Safe level beach}  Terrific investment for only $16,000.  SELMA PARK: Brand new 3 bdrm. home. Large, lovely  view lot. On paved road, regional water, etc. THIS  MUST BE SOLD! Excellent terms with bank financing  and govt, mortgage or granK See this lovely home  today. F.P. $24,500.  Call:  Lorrie Girard,  MacGregor Pacific  Realty^ Ltd.  926-5586 (Van.) or 886-7244 or 886-7760  JOHN BREEN LTD.      7  Real Estate &  Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6V_> acres with 500' of  beach; 750' on highway. Ideal for Marina, Hotel-Motel or what have you. Or, ideal for condominium for  4.or 5 families.  FP $49,900.  SEMI-WATERFRONT LOT���Nicely treed, good location, water and power available. Only 100 paces from  " beacli."FP $7;000-with~K_r~down.  PENDER HARBOUR MARINA���Good business proposition with winter income. Owner requires change.  Just $60,000 FP with $20,000 down.  HIDEAWAY���-40 acres of natural bushlahd���equal  distance bettween 3 lakes. Secluded and private. Just  $25,000 F.P.  OCEAN FRONT���Approx. 400' with older house. Good  location, magnificent view. Excellent value at $34,000  I  HAVE 2 CLIENTS ���  1   looking for Waterfront  Acreage���1 looking for a Waterfront Lot. Either one  with or without house okay���If you can fulfill one or  both requirements, PLEASE PHONE.  . >.;���������   ���  * �� .   .      ���  -   \      \  The many de  BjCHW  I NEED LISTINGS  Call John Breen at 8,83-2794 (24 hours)  ^BiGiMushrooms^are^anMncreriibiy^  can be fried, creamed or stewed... whole, sliced or  minced ... alone ar as part of an endless variety of hot  dishes. They can be savored raw, too, in salads and hors  d'oeuvres. In fact, the ways to enjoy mushrooms are  almost too numerous to list. And here in B.C., we're in  the midst of one-of the continent's finest mushroom-  growing areas;-So -popular-is this delicate food that :  British Columbians consume more mushrooms than any  people anywhere (about 3 lbs. per capita, the highest  figure in the world). Another surprising fact: Mushrooms  are British Columbia's second most valuable vegetable  crop, exceeded in value only by potatoes. Like to get-  more familiar with one of our fastest-growing food  favorites? Obtain a free collection of mushroom recipes  by writing:  ^sM^ B.C. FOOD INFORMATION  *WTIKffl_S_f ���''^VER*IMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ^^^^^P^W  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  FOR SALE (Continued) ff  1966  175 KAWASAKI. Phone  886-7706    between    6    p.m.  and 7 p;m. .     .    8223-40  $600 ��� STANDARD electric Ro-  yhl 550 with 14 inch platen.  A .steal- at $450. Brand new.  Also at News Books and Stationery, Secholt, 1972 models,  Olympin electric adding ma-  ��� chines-$99;50r One-only1 at ,.salo ���  price, Royal Mercury, $65. just  right for the student or trav-  eUor.L.Jj'or. the student .who -.  wants to be different���buy our  pocket edition of the American Dictionary, really pocket  size, $1.65 Morocco bound.  "It's a Qem". Phono 885-9054.  ��� "* ��� ���* _-. ..�����4.��.l..32(y:/l0.�����  *"    .i i        i .. a,  ...  ��� i  WESTINGHOUSE   floor   pol-  ishc'iy in good condition.' Ph.'  **B5r2072-      310-40  ELECTROLUX ��� Solos; Sor-  vlco and Supplies, Now ro-  proRonlntivc). Phoi)o 88fl-20fl��,  ',���'���.;���''.������ .;,������, ��������� ',    ������-,������     ,    2.3(1-40. '.  *)'xi2'' HEATHER rug $8. 'Hot'^  pinto $8, Lawn oclgor, hand  vacuum, roll-nwny bod; all in  7��oou7,,i)ndilioh.7Phbno71*8(1-*.  , 1)501, 280-40  ���    ���    ���         ' ���������ian.aan.aai a-i-i���������...������ m,  fi   cu,   ft,  rofrlgorator,   domo,  ������- 7^'''^n0-'VOU;.;��...t,7;u..77..7'$f)��,  IB' Chris Crnft Cathedral wllh  110 hp eloo, outboard $1105   fl'ViT"h"'p"d��l6 outlioard  ' $12(1  22' Art-Crnl't,  Oldsmohllo powered p. ,$47011  + i*W(jl(.l��*1l ���� <  iMHili  W# l*-S��fli�� j �����*** r )***t.*i-*%��..S*A* ".''i-isfi^- .\&l}&iii&.ii!li*\JUtM,  RB|t_|B  Eii_talf&  .   I    ��     ( I    i,  n  CLAIM  (S^m'rtr^j^lHf^t;t-,iIi.i^!,VK*>;-(^.,'f,r^;P^,I!^}l^j^ >  'Your provincial government Isnow making 'payments from  the British Columbia Disaster Fund to Individuals and  municipal agencies" whose property was damaged by  .flooding earlier this year. Claims are being met a3 foh  'lows: ''- ���������''"���  '������'���'   '- '������������   MADURA MARINA  Poiido,' Hnrlibu?  ,,���> ,, Phono,,.883-22(i(L,r. ,.  40  K. A. Crosby 886-2098 - J, E. White 886-2935  J. Vlssor 885-2300  AIRCO oil   furnnco  foe m\o,  90,000 BTU, $150. Also En-  torpi'lno   olt cook  Htovo,   $75,  880-7071,     282-41'  HUNTKIl'rl 270 Maimer riflo  with 2 boxes flmmunllIon,  un now, $l|!.i firm, Doluxd I'lb-  roglumi rnul'-nuik,'* hiui 'hull!-In  auxiliary (>.ih lank, 1'lln 'OO-'llll  Chev or CMC, $50 firm. Ph,  885-2842.  ,313-40  ONE AMC   11   cu,  ft,  rrldgo,  $40, Onn Thor wrliiKor ww-  ���fihcr,���,$4().wlDcllvcrion,...rcnln  nula...l>hono I)l��3-��|)(I7;  200>4(j  HOUS^Qr snlo or ront. V/rtt-  orfi'ont   vlow.   Phono   805-  21 aU  204-41  _.<conUltloiu^i1wl��..wlUJ'it,Jf��  or 10, Phono 085-0702.  ' '      >.'��    '        ��� 200-42  I* -���.������i��.��-iiwi. �������������� Paw.���an-i. ������'!- m  lp   IT'3��suit*���It's ��Morgana��  8..6-0330, Socholt, Q,C.   -;-��� ;-;-���;-    'BB9^t(n  A^DERWOOr.,' cut,' to order,'  ���Phono BnB-2,i0inf,no,reply  plinno 0fl"l-D320,       .   fl(IH74frt  *���.<  (I) FOR SPRINQ^UOOD PAWIAQEs  100% of damage as Independently assessed. This Is  ,_r_Mln*antlGlpatlQn.Jtoat.J.b.^^  contribute In addltlpn to amount already oontrlbutod.  (II) FOR MID-JULY RAINSTORM DAMAQE IN THE FRA-^  QERVAUEY AND VANCOUVER NORTHSHORE  AREAS ,7.".  100%' of damage, as Independently assessed will bo  paid by the provincial government. ���  %  * >arfs^**-��H( -<-,~W--tll f��t    **>"*   *  All claims are being, assessed by mombors of,tho Canadian  Independent Adjusters' Conference.  cfatWntB who havo not yot sutmUtod their claims aro  notified that all olalme must be aubmlttod by,Septombor  " ""       ''  to;  ,   .  22,1972, on forms obtainable from and returnable  FLOOD ASSESSMENT OFFICE  Canadian Indor^ondont Adjustors'-Conforonco-  2138 Main Street -..:. ... (  Vanoouvor10,BrltlBh Columbia 7 ,.   "  GOVERNMENT OP BR.T.SHCOLUMD.A  Tho Hon. R; Q. Williston, Chairman  K 'Flood Reparations Commlttoo -  Par!lamQnt Building^,  Victoria, British Ool.umbld   ,  i, ,.'..  i   \  f��  ,.,,,. ,,j;.,,,..,,���  .   ^pt ayjaMWJWiita^J^ww*tat^��yw��tf,��*iWiwwi*<f^ -w  f^mmmim^'^mfi^mmmm  ���u,(    r,    f  T"  lmp*mim*$.  ' '���   i ., T����\wi4   >\   ,-.y4  \  \  /7  \\  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more thon ?,50Q homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reac"h 'more SurTsfiine~Coost~pS5ple~;because  Tjmes ads go into more homes than any"  otrter newspaper produced "in this area.  \  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  By Tom Alsbury  trudeau's attitud^ angers  pensibners across Canada  "LESS than a week.after his "let them  "~ elTT cake" to the plea of ^enior pensioners for more "bread" in the form' of  higher pensions, Prime Minister Trudeau  perpetrated a cruel hoax.^ and insiXlted  Canada's 1.8 million senior .citizens by  granting an hour long interview to "Pen-  Going  Bock to School Specials  _oa.  JLL  gutciJL  ���h^���jk.  Monday to Thursday  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIOUE  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt ^"1 885-2339  sioners Concerned" a .self-appointed small  grouftfjnanced by a $10,000 federal gov^  ernmjjim grant, who are not affiliated  with the senior citizens elected groups,  and who probably have no more than  500 members across Canada.  In answer to a direct question front  Pensioners for Action on radio in Vancouver, the Prime Minister gave xa blunt,  resounding "no", and said .there would  be no additional increase in the 82.88  basic pensibn, and that this would be  his stand through the election campaign.  Page A-6 The. Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 30, 1972  us they do with other representative delegations  of  national  organizations.  The    "Pensioners   Concerned"    group  gets-the PMis. ear, but the national del--  V  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  'utions have the door slammed in their  Mr. Trudeau granted this one-hour  interview to this small, self-appointed  ���&__uxxlj_tt._vJ___7n___l. than a year refusing to meet with the elected deiegayqns  of the nationally organized senior citizens groups in Canada. Health Minister  Munro also refused for eight months, and  then did grant a short interview in May.  But neither the Prime Minister nor Cabinet   met   With   this   national   delegation,  luce. It is not only an ' insult, but.it is  ,'a denial of nationally organized pensioners' right of "participatory democracy" which the PM espouses. This little  "rump" group, of self-appointed, government financed pensions have spouted  ���nice Nellie" policies about to timidly  ask, cap in hand, by writing "dignified"  letters to MP's to let them know that  pensioners need an increase. This "Jine"  their spokesmen-repeatedly said in "public,   was   fed   to   them   by   Benson   and  Munro.         Yesterday1! cruel raising of ��� false  hopes in the East, after a blunt, emphatic  "no"  in   the  West,   appears  to  be   a  DON'T MESS IT UP  JMWWMMMIWMIMIMIIIIMII^  immmM*mmmMm*m*m9um*m*uu******"m*"*mm  ���9  Lee Ann's  GIFT SHOP  Madeira  Park  Phone 883-2698  *   Crystal     *\ Limoges  \ *   English  Bone China  ' .Pauline Johnson .and Welch's Candies  *   Hand Made Arts and  Crafts  *   Cards an J  Gift Wrap  0m90-t_\n0_r9_m_t9_9W_ni10_rW%__w_0_r-^  Branch 140 Royal Canadian  Legion  ' ^-M-fl__-^^ _^_SH    -^ShU _______________ ____) ^___________ ���H-S-L -BS-K-P^ - ^^__��_____m  SECHELT LEGION  HALL  Saturday, September 9th  PM  is  prepared  to  perpetrate'on  senior  pensioners,  in  order  to  win  votes.'-'  Office nurse to doctor: "Somebody  wants to know if you will make a house  call���whatever   that   is."  Doors open 8 p.m.��� Dancing 9 p.m. to    la.m.  Music by "NUTOIMES"  Admission 2.50    ���    Refreshments  ^wwwwwiwaiwwtiiiwgiwwwwtwinwi  v*Mi*vwwvfwwwwwwifinrwwiniviirii^^  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ACCOUNTANTS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  W.  Philip Gordon '  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES          DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  ��� Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY $11.25 gal.  Cowrie  Street -  Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product!  Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653  Seaview -  Phone  886-2642  Free  Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Bos 166. Port Mellon, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  (Cont.)  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  m "        ���     i . i... ' "���-��� ,. i    i  "'"  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 - Recorlng  all day; and every day  .4/.iPMILEl.WEST^fLUM��,RI>..Bi,H>y.Y���101  Louis at 886-7126  Experience makes tho difference.  BANKS  ,vf^:M***^fi.'ii?Jii|rtJ.4^'~-i��ft*ii^i.'?*H>��,rff.li^jiv^  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHElVr BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  Socholt: Tuos.-Thurs, 10 a,m,-3 p,m,  Fri, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat, 10 a,m,-3 p.m.  Qlbsohs; Mpn.-Thwrs, 10 a,m.-3 p,m,  Fri, 10 a,m.-6 p.m.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  .   DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are  All  Prefinished  Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CHARTER  BOATS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 17 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina Cruiser. Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phono  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  Len Larson's  GUIDESERVICE  , REASONABLE RATES  Phone: Home, 883-2410  Render Harbour Fishing Resoft, 883-2424    or Lcso.Ann's Gift Shop, 883-2698   CHIMNEY CLEANING  ��� VACUUM-CLEANING *���  , Stoyes and Chimneys  Call 886-2834 after 5 p.m.  P.V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 885-9030, eves. 886-7375  Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and  Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PAUL'S MASONRY  "STONE  IS THE GAME  PAUL IS THE NAME"  Also fireplaces, slate patios and  barbecues  Phone  886-7454 ��� eves. 886-2809  PEN  ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascdre  Pre-Cast Stone and  Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  DISPOSAL SERVICES  .     SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs,  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to oay  For free estimates���Call 581-6136 collect  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  ���.j ,   HALL SHEET  METAL &  HEATING  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping arid Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  ���4i��,Y,*./��*[  ELECTRICIANS  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK,INSURED ,  FREE ESTIMA1 tb  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour "-" 883-2403  CONTRACTORS  ������     , ALL, WORK FULLY INSURED  Dajcn.ont- - Drivo-Ways ��� Soptlc Tanks  Stump* - Pitch Linos  Call For A Froo E.tlmalo Any Tlmo  TbP DONLEY        Ponclor Harbour 003-?7/34  ! .   . WATER SURYRY SERYICES  ,     ���     7 FREE ESTIMATES  ,      Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  J' II No Antiwar Loavo Mdiiuaoa at  , .   " , . B81..9326    ,   ,    ,  ; " R.R, 1, SochM, B.C.  -"  ir'ji iiipi)i>ai��iiiiiaia*iaaw������i��i����a��waiw��ra����^w����wiaa��>iwaar��ia��i'i��iiwiaiiiii  j.BUIlPERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  POR ALL��� TYPES-OP BASI-JMRNTS    "  EASY ERECTION, AND STRIPPING  Complolo Inalructlona Provldoc'  TsHJpyp^  886-9951  ���a,"  ���  ,  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES . PRR.FAB HOMW  i Hloh Quality i.. Roai>onabla Price*.'      '  I $uy a Pq'ckoQo'and or^t; It yqurwlf, or g-rt  ;      ,        ,/, bur profowional htjp.' , (    (,   . '  QARDIN &AY* P,C, - Phono Rvm, .10347SM  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill,. tement-Gravel,'! Drain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883r2274  *���  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall ancl Textured' ceilings  "" "Froo''Estimate'" "   Phono 8867643  "*timirnirr    ���     i    ' 7    ���  ' '     ���'   l,L  '   !,f-if     i 1  -���-"���'���������������- ���    doubCe r trucking   .  Sand��� Gravol ancl Till '  Light Clearing..and, .Excavating  Phono 886-7109 after 5 p.m.  ^ & H SV^ANS0N um  7,���.... ^...READY-MIX .CONfR FTE_������ ���   Sap<l qnd Gravel - Backhoos  Ditching - Excavation* '  OFFICE IN .BENNER BLOCK ,  885-9666, Box  173, Socholt, B.C.  ������������������ W.i�� ��i- ������-,.������, . ,U 9 W.-,aa-��. I-,��� ������ a 1.1 ������., ,.ip.��.M-.'l����i ��� i.i. ���*pi���������������������.��������� ��� 1 'H  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clflnrlno �� EKCOvatlons �� Road DullcHna  ^Grd*cirno.Ff iiTRood'GrovoiTcrniihfld rock-  "��� Phonos Socholt 885-9550  R 8, S* BACKHOE  RR-Nof l7*Madolra��Parkr-B  W.��RoutiQau���-^hono.883-2302.1.  ^Wo Qlm 'to pldaso"   Land'Clearing'-: Road Building ''  Tree. Topping ��,Solooti'vo Logging"  H     PETE DUBOIS  ,    Tolopliono 883-2417  R[,R, 1, Mado|rV Park,, B.C.,,  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Lino Work  Phone 886-7244  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  ft  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  MM-.RhoheMDayw.Qr.Eve.^885><2062>��M��.  "* "" ���"���'",T������"-���"������������.������..������������������-..���... ii i.-..in.���i up.   i i.p.     i     t ���         ,  BE ELECTRIC LTD.   .  Roiildonllal and Commercial, Maintenance and  Design, 24 Hour Answering Sorvlco,  FREE ESTIMATES  Poh Lambert      ,886-7605 Ed Dolln.ky  Wyngaart Road-Sunshino Coast Highway  Box 860 - Gibsons       '  <pi  ���''    , Pondor Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential�� Industrial -Commorcial  All Work guaranteed - Froo ostlmatoa  Joe McCann, Dox 157, Madeira Park  Phond 883-9913  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ������ 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  .    Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056-886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE "  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday   ^jNMgy^^^7__  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box "947 Sechelt/B;C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBJNG AMD HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  ��� WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING  MACHINES _  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SPORTING GOODS  _\  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small     '  885-9832  Sech>*l.  ���^ y (i)��utl!f !ii:-.(J4.r(i H -Vi!  Welcome to The Floorshlne Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR "SERVICE-*���  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  ��� Spray Buffing - W|ndow Cleaning  ,  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-71317 Gibsons, B.C.  JJM��M<;K1NXI,E��  ELECTRICAU CONTRACTOR  Resldoritial Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Socholt B.C.   ������ BLAIR*'ELECTRIC^AL^ "  "  Contracting and Engineering  Residential - Commercial Wlrlhg  Phono 006-7$ 16  , s, JOHNSON'S  v      BUHIDING MAINTENAl^CI  Specialising In;  Papor Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning, All types of Building  Maintenance,,Floor Installation.   .  ��� ���    ���   ' Window Cleaning, ���  PHONE 0B5-?71S AFTER rl f.M.  Box 642 - Sochelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  -11' . ' .. .    . .   .  ...,..,, ���,.      At tljo Sign of thf Cheyran  '"    HILL'S MACHINE SHOP    8. MARINE SERVICE LTD.  gcicfilnrshtp*^^  Steel Fabflcatlng ���- Marine Way*  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  f>hU�� BB6.7721        R��i. 886-9956, 806.932ft  hi    .11 a, 11   FUEL  '^^'^'^'^���'''^'^^^'���^'���'W^'WT^a^^  e:  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  JMEERIAU-ESSO^DEALEIL  Phono 883-2663  Madolra Park, B.C.'  MARINE  SERVICES   *-. oYour Chryfilar Poalor.for.Salofi and Servlco,  REPAIR SHOP  ParKIng and Moorago Availablo  TILLICUM BAY MARINA  Colin and Evelyn McKlnnon  Jim nnrl'Irlu Miliar ������ '  , EAST POKPOISli.BAY.UOAD, SUCMUL1  .      805-2100 '    , ,  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamflttinfl  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  . ;..v ...LTD.,.. ...:.,2,7.:,:,,.,2.,   Govt, Certified,, Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014      ���  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  Peninsula plumping ltd.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for tho Do-It-Yoursolfor  Contract & Renovations,  PREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 - 886-7872  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW, WORK and SERVICE WQRK  '   "''��� "��� pov't, Certljfled.Plumber 7' '  Phono 883-2720  Box 63 Mdde|rq Park, B.C.  RENTALS '     ""  A. C Rentals  '1'v'';>7v'l',,;'-';"Topls,,anci4pEqulpm 7' '���'"  Swnsli'lno Coast, Hlghwayand ���      , ���  prapcjsPanlnswIaRoad  Madeira"'Paijk''" '"Phonp 883-2J-85  SURVEYORS   ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine. Building - Porpoise Bay  y^g^^^i^^^fe,;,^���^  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Availablo  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.��i.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SAUAC*  "'"���' '""' :"^7" "LTD7"'" "��� "~   Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  "Phone 885-9425  --mmmm  T.V. and RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  L. SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���    ELECTROHOME  7['y-, 1( and;.ZENITH;.,���'DEALERS; , ;..���������'.' '  ;   Gordon-'Oliver 77    Ed Nicholson  '���In The Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799, Sechelt    ., 885-9816  CCOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  JRENTilT^AT^  THE RENTAL SHOP  '--���"������"' ���"���������";at P��VI�� poy '""J  ",We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  ..Typewriters -Lighting Plant*,-.Tolovlsioris  Rolo Tillers - Cement Mixers��'Lawn Rakes  AAn^hnnl/��'a' TAftln  0   For Your Fuel Supplies  DAN^Y WHEELER'  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT'  886-9663 * Hopkins Landlnfl  XLAYTON^WELDING^-MARIN^  1       ,   Marino Ways to ^2'   Bottom Repairs.  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  MOVING no<J STORAGE  o��  ,  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Hauboli'olrJ MovllHJ.  PocKllVa, Slotou"  PricKlng Malorlnli* f-or' Sala   ,  \' ItMoinlinr "f Alll'-nl Vnn.Uiioh/'  .CannilnV'No,,* 1 Mriv��'u   Phono 886-2664, RR \, Gibsons^ B.C.  Mochanlp's Tools  PHONE 8851.8848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS 885-2131'  C AS HARDWARE  .   ���  SECHELT/l B.C^ , l( , , ,  APPLIANCES ,, HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS'  Phono 885-9713  THE TOGGERY  Ladles' arid CJhlldren's Weqr  Open ��lx day! fl week   ,  -pff(5rr^885:2063r*.  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY   ,.,.���,, ,���..,.AND���.DRAPERIES,���,.,lt���.,,, .,���,,.,  Roupholsterlng �� Restyling - Complete Draprr)  Sorvlco - Samples shown In cha hopie  "^lionrtfi^OSr  USE THIS.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO R^ACH  r~ "i-10,000^ PEOPLE "*"  THE TlMtSj, 885-9654.  v_  ���*^4��mfm4vw��Umm4tn44^m44y4yfft949im'4��mfm4mti9m4mi9i9tm  u^��fc}*-^u. f _|��,  ';;^owrir'StrSo��rSooK��ll'  Pondor Harbour, �� 803-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Eloclrlcal ��  Pluiriblno,". Appliances  (TVs - purnltMro and Carpita  P,o/pbk\1|$8>Ma^|ta\PaWl^wf,10l'  ot Francis PohlnsUla ,,  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRroAYSJ8:00*oaii7  Jackpot $300  -' <  ' $75 TO' GO ,  -���  *���1 -Ti���- ���"������<���,  "���'������ -.   ^p1    ^r  DOOR  PRIZE ��^-r  ?wwTW*iflftimi*i��l>f*^^  ��_>W��pW��MW{��W^^  ��� 1,..-^.,,...., t*.,,\,..i^th'\* *,'������*, "������}",.{..'].:, ;���" ,���;  .PI ,t,      IM / .'"',,  i,|   1,   ��   <| ��    "���   '    '   ft    k ��� ���\  p /���������  -/ *(.'.'  >��.  A  ""���-_ I *au��tpiw j *  ysf%\  6j /f S  _* i?" _y ��� "*-  " ***ril  _-\__w ^*>  ���WjWr. '  -l-SW^M  The Pcninsulax Times  Page A-7  Wednesday, Augu^ 30, 1972  PENDER -HARBOUR  . Ull gospeln s  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  ��� 9:45 A.M.    " .  CHURCH SERVICE���! 1:00 A.M.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services\l 1 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR:  GERRY  FOSTER  Phone:   886-7107  \  _**_;  SUNSHINE  COAST  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. C/ SSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  _a.N  _  \_  Trophy Winner  Fairly newcomer to Davis 'Bay, Saturday. With Charlene's luck she  Charlene Baldwin knows how to will have to use heavier tackle next  catch the big ones. In'June .she time. Mr. Charlie Brookman proud-  caught a 15 pound cod in the civil- ly presents his lovely trophy to a  dren's   derby   and   goodness   knows very   worthy  holder.   The  challenge  will be out to the boys next year.  i-kji   the size of the one that escaped on  _f�� ���'"1 *���  ���'\\S%  Day of action ...  ���_���-"���'' 7" :.Btlg7 Skate  Mighty proud of his big catch, Tom-    fish to be landed yet in the annual  my Creighton of Davis Bay enlists    children's fishing derby.  The  skate  the aid of sister Anne to display the    estimated at around 50 pounds meas-  big   skate   which * v?as ��� the  biggest  ^^^^mmmmm^  ured fifty-six inches from snout to  tail tip 'and7"forty-one inches from  wing  tip  to  tip.  Brookman Fishing Derby  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  l:or details of summer services at  Sechelt, Redrooffs, Pender Harbour  and Egmont please phone:  885-9793    ���-   885-2133  885-9673    ���    885-2320  ever  Happiness for Mr. Charlie Broofiman  Is watching children -enjoy themselves and    the pie'eating   contest  Victors  which he organized as    an annual  FIFTY-POUND skate and a big spring  salmon which got away, kept children  on the Davis Bay wharf in a state of  great excitement during the big Charles  Brookman Fishing Derby which ended  on Saturday.-  The action started around 12:30 when  ton year old Charlene Baldwin, already  first' contender for the trophy latched  on to a big fish which almost caught  her. Mr. Walter Taylor went to her aid  while brother Fred Baldwin launched his  boat and took over the rod. All fishing  slopped while youngsters and parents  watched the fish pull the little boat out  to sea on very light tackle, which eventually tjave under the strain after the big  salmon had been brought in close lo the  boat.  A big groan of disappointment rent  the air as little fisher-folk returned to  their tackle boxes, and nothing too important happened until Tommy Creighton alniost disappeared over the side as  some mons-idas -sea^Keatui,e>-grabbed, his  line. Speculation ran high and once a-  gain Fred Baldwin launched the ��� little  boat tied handily to the pilin^gsr-arTd the  battle was on. This time it.really was a  monster and it was a jubilant Tommy  who dragged a huge fifty pound skate up  the beach.  Just one big snag kept Tommy from  the trophy and that was his age, for Tommy was jusl fishing for fun ancl enjoying  being . one of the happy gang on the  wharf. But all ended happily when Fish  besides having the honor of having her  name engraved on the perpetual trophy,  Charlene has a beautiful trophy of her  own to commemorate the event.  Second place winner was four year old  Shayne--Spence- who caught a -6 -pound  salmon fishing on the wharf but that was  in between derby days and the fish was  checked   in  at  Peninsula  Market.  The Ferraby children had a good day,  with Robert catching the largest crab;  Allan and Cheryl were the boy and girl  catching the'.'largest shiner. Floyd Woods  landed the most shiners. David Laidlaw  caught the biggest rat fish. Ricky De Hart  caught the largest star fish and the youngest  fisherman was tiny. Jay Ann Eldred.  The weather was perfect for the event which winds up summer holiday activities at Davis Bay.  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  - (2nd and-4thSundavs)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  *Mmm*mm0mmm&99U*HmMuwv99t9immMmmmmmMmMH.U449mi  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sunday 10:00 a.m.; 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday Bible Study 8:00 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  <5ower Point Road  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School   10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship  11:15 a.m.  885-9668  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  886-2158  1 ? '  Rev. J. E. Harris. Interim Pastor  886-7776  champs   pictured   with   Mr.   B,rook  event helps spread happiness around,    man are  Mark  Why Id  on  left  i\\u\    Derby executive Mr, Charlie Brookman;  Last     Saturday's    pie-demolition   Tricia Nielsen.  "     Mr. Walter Taylor, and  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Frank   Laidlaw  put  I heir heads  together  unci  came  up  with  a  prize to complete  Tom's'day. '���      ��� ' ' ���  What happened to the big skate which  was on display and much admired during  the al'tevnoon~-itwent,,to1" Mr;' Tommy  Ono, n connoisseur of fish dishes.  The pie-eat Ing contest around noon  was .thoroughly enjoyed by pie-eaters  and>flpoctatorH4��nd..tho4.onQS,who,,atQ.thohu.,,,  pio and licked their plates clean, woro  Tricia Nielsen of Selma Park nnd Mark  Whyto of Socheltr tholr prlzos woro .fn  gift certificates from. Uncle Mick's.  Linos wore reoKid In Just al'lor 3 p.m,  and o very ono gathered ut Bella Bunch  Motel for' prlzo-glvlng nnd tho awarding  of tho Charlio .Brookman Trophy.  ���������','������ Thq. annua) fishing derby commences  in Juno and oiida tho wook before Labor  Day weekend, Beginning nnd ending with  n*full*dny-of��supervlsed-flshlng,-Betweon  I'lm'oBrffoircn^  nro wo)ghod-ln at,tlio Peninsula .Market,  nt Davis Bay,  Chnrlono Baldwin bociamo the second  Rlrl lo win Mr. Brookman's trophy nnd  ERVIN BENNER WISHES TO ANNOUNCE  HIS NEW BACKHOE SERVICE  ON THE PENINSULA  1 ���    ���    ���  .^t^fltBf����tW^  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  UNION CONPITIONS  im^mm^^ii��*^w^  Excitement  Iflveryono KttlliQPfl around, nn (Jlmi*-  lono Baldwin's rod vlbrntoa undor  tho null of n l>lg fish nnd MiyWnlt'M*  Taylor lonils, n glumly Int. hand, '���" bjit ,  the tackle was,Just too lltflit and I'i'"-',  ono will ovor know how Mm wan llio  ll\ bIi -Ui at- got: awny.  e Times  A      *      *      *  ^nSEPTEWtBER-  SPECIAL  I   ctdei  SEPTIC TANKS AND DRAINFIELDS  CLEARING AND LANDSCAPING - DITCHES  WELLS..���, JPREPArWg FORFOUNDATIONS, JTC,,,  Fl LL, TOPSOB L & GR A VELAVAILABLE-  fcjf ("event roipr nitfsjj^  j'OrtrailJ  ~-���HaYC-your-chllcl's���  portrait dona for Christmas,  Sittings and/or from photo,  $25 FOR ALL ORDERS  TAKENJN^BPJBMTO  Phono 885��28<56  evenings  A  ���' A     A     "k  ERVIN'S LANDSCAPING  Socholf  Phono 885-9480  ,',  4.1        j.  4   V"*    V*.".>  ' (1   �����    I        I  pijyvf *f.* "  tt^4^Ai0^tmm^^^ti.  Wm&>*m*mmm*metom��mm*mmmm[M!tm  ! *( ni.i *.v* ( .<���* V l.H ���/��*.>  it'iBW'iayi^n.^^  S-^��&*W^ \  \  v  Homeward Bound  Ready for a long rest aboard the  tug Charlotte Straits, Fran Cannon  leaves Davis Bay after swimming  all night to complete the 17.3 mile  swim on Wednesday, August 23rd.  Fran promised to return and sure  enough she will, on October 14th as  a guest of Mayor and Mrs. Ben Lang  at the Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce banquet.  Terra Firma  Slightly built for a marathon swim-����� first woman and the third person to  mer,   Fian   Cannon   wades   to the    swim the Strait of Georgia,  .shore at Davis Bay. to become the     , ,       ���      .  w^igrM<*'m'Mw',*w      1  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  WATER AUTHORITY  REGUIAIIONS  Effective immediately sprinkling will bo permitted throughout tlio  regional district utility undor tho following conditions:  1, TIMES; Sprinkling will bo permitted on alternate days only bo-  twoon tho hours pf  8:00 a.m. to 12 midday  8:00 p'm. to 10:00 p.m.  2. AREAS: ,   ^'""  ������������������    LANGDALI;-^ ^.      ���������������...������������;,... ���>:;��� ,,..,,, u...........,,..,',..���:.,,,,  EVEN NUMBERED DAYS���all property on East sldo of street  ODD NUMBERED DAYS���-all proporty on West sldo of street  GOWER POINT to WEST SECHELT���  �����~EVEN*NUMBEREDfcDAYS=al|-wd^  ODD NUMBERED PAYS���all other property,     ���  User* are requested to cooperate by ensuring that water Is not wastod.  Those who aro able to wator gardens in the morning are asked to use  this period and leave tho oYChing poriod for others, There Is ample  water available throughout tho system for domestic "purposes with a  reasonable margin oyer which will allow the watering of gardens  ~p*rovMln"g*thVrogul^  '* Charles F, Gooding  Administrator  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Social Credit rally  ���from page A 1  about it. The young, the senior citizens  and the institutionalized���all have -felt  the touch  of this  woman."  For all the eloquence and promises  of earlier speakers, and for all the invective and gibberish hurled stageward  by hecklers, Bennett's the boy the audience came to see and Bennett's the boy  they  got.  Like him or lump him, Bennett, at  72, is generally conceded to be the  greatest politician in the province's history. And he's still going strong.  He had his audience, not totally  partisan, by any means, playing stand-  up, sit-down games. With 31 years in  the -legislature, he isn't easily fazed  by hecklers. In fact, he thrives on them,  and once they show signs of weakening  he  goads  them  into  heckling  again.  Instead of waiting to be attacked by  hecklers, Bennett attacked them. A series  of comments, interspersed with portions  of the good life litany, ensured a good  riotous rally. "*���  "They came here because they couldn't find a telephone booth small enough  to hold a meeting of their own." and;  "Of course we've been in power loo long,  Too long for the opposition. And long  after they're defeated we'll still be there  for a long time to come." and, "They  come here y/hore,. the* action js because  their own Parties are so dead."  Still, between confrontations, the message  came through:��� .-('Only-.-In 'B.C.. ,my  friends , ..",  the first line  in  the Socred  doctrine.  "Wo have the lowest taxes, with tho   greatest benefit," Bennett said again und  ufjuln. "Our hospital insurance scheme is  tho best in  the world,  my  friends,  lho  ���best  in-the  world;  We  huvo  the  only  '��*.voluntary.����ho,spltHl..-plan--.wltlv��ovcr��-OI)--..  per cq.nl purliclpution, Tho best In" Cun-  ikIu,  '!'"Tho  lowest  luxes with  the gi'onU)��l  boiiol'ltH,  Taui'lie.'H in  U.C,  bring  in  tho  highest dollar in O.inticlu Unlay, Wo gunr-  unloe Ihom a six unci ono half per cont  raise   ouch   your,   Wllh  lnfroitionls   thoy  'will ((.nihil! their Httluryln 10 yours, Any-  -',o,no who cloeitn'l/.think I'iuCk ''nil', (itund ,  7ip."  Ton titootl,"  "Tlio-lowosl-p-tuxcs ,wlth.v,tho .^routOHl ���  'bonol'ltH. 'We've -"loss Income" tax* lit- B,C,  , than  uny,whor,o  olfio    Jn   Ciuiuclu,  IWA  workmen  know' H  and  tho  wlvos vote  Social   Credit   boouuHO   Ihoy   want   lho  ".pay:'chock,'!''''.' " ���"''"'"'  "We've  the  bout  lofljuluUon  In Can.  lido right hero In B,C, Today thoro nro  ' 'no Hti'lltfoH or look-outH' nnywhoro bribe"  province   Uml  oomo    undor    provincial  pjui'lHclloUon, Thin Ih tho mont proHpormiH  "Yoh, only ln 13,C, my I'vIuikIh, Lowiwl  ��� luxer Ri-oiUoHt honentH, Klool Ifinbol I'or  jujhlnl lorm, Wo want ImibulJi. Victoria, Social Crall! bun Ihe dynamic pul- ,  ,"li,16'8r'nn(| wo want a coiifiiniotlon cru\v��  1 In tha lofdHlnlijirfl, not iv member ol a  wrcclilnK HM\i\,"  Welcome  On behalf of all the people on the  Sunshine Coast who are delighted  with Fran Cannon's successful swim  across Georgia Strait, Mayor Ben  Lang bestows a.warm welcome.  ^ U.S. observers have seem teeth -removed in China with the aid of acupuncture.  Walter Safety says,  "Kneel or sit low in a  canoe. If upset, HANQ  ON to the canoe until  help arrives."  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 30, 1972  MORI: ABOUT . .. . x  f Projects accomplished  ���from page  A-l  beenx tremendous and right now there  are few .left tha^Vave not been bla'ck-  tepped. '  Many. other projects of lesser importance" have also been brought a-bout  and include such things as removal df  the Grahthams Bridge, ferry commuter  fares, doctor anal medical clinic facilities  are almost fact at Pender Harbour^ low-  rate-passes for senior citizens for' trans-  portatipn^ -accommodation, -restaurants  etc. This latter project is Mrs. Dawson's  own. personal schenie and. is sparkingy interest across Canada and in the United  States. . v. ������ j  These and very many other innovations have beeen accomplished in Mrs.  Dawson's few years in office. They only  involve the Sunshine x~Coast and would  apgear sufficient ��� proof that she has ndt  been "idle.;" It r.enaen,v infaiitite-^he^nseffi^  ments by one local business man, now  waving the red banner, who told the  Times "nothing was done in this district  before we had a Social Credit'MLA and  nothing  has been  done since..'."  In other communities throughout her  riding, very many projects have been  instituted and, although seldom considered, -include millions of ��� dollars .oh  school expansions; tourist counsellors on  ferries, lands set aside for recreational  development, new and extended hospitals, new liquor stores (Texada, Sechelt,  Madeira Park and Powell River) plus  a new building in Gibsons. ' ;  Mrs. Dawson's platform as a representative of the Mackenzie Riding also failed to make last week's* Times, it is:  (1) Working toward housing units for  married couples who wish to avail" themselves of senior citizens housing;  (2) Active pursuit of the establishment of a special care home programme  for the Sechelt Peninsula. A home where  people can receive special care if required;  (3) Establishment of a home care programme whereby people requiring home  care ��can remain in their homes and receive personal nursing care;  (4) Better communication links, whether by road by way of Howe Sound or  by increased., Jerry. ^seOprice;.,^,.,:,.^,^,,,.,^..^  (5) Continuation of the present program of sideroads on the Sunshine Coast.  i  SI  WIIflllJ&fflMJJII^  FRESH  YOUNG TURKEY  Gov't Inspected "grown in B.C.",  5-9 lbs.  GRADE  WHOLE  WATERMELON  I  SI  I  SI  mmmmmmmmmmmmi.KMMmm-mmmmmm**'M*mf  _  wiA**iw**it;*i p*(#*)ft&Md��/W)*Wit($tJ��'feM fai'jwj-s^ift** j Sijf, w *{#.�� W&iM  Sno-Flakc.  'T'lbrjr...*..^:.:':-.;..  FLOUR  5 ROSES or  ROBIN HOOD  I LAUNDRY DE  Bright              , m  Monday  _, 3  4 o$1.0O  \        1  RGElMf  $1.19  immmmmmmmm*0immmM0*0mmmmmmMmMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMp>'*mmmmi{  I  Si  5#>^WWjj*s��>"i.iM��SA*^*iiil sii iWJ.  Libby's  48 ox.  J EL LO  Jolly Powder!  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I  ''I  ���  f';i)(^   f\;  .    '    'f *'M   ���     ^1    *   '"/^tH *.���:���* Section B  \  \  /- V-v^V'.,  V*-**"   V    V'    -f^S    9  K  hePeninsula  Wednesday, August 30, 1972  \  A .     ^ '   .:   .:  ��� ��� os *.    7\:.'_i :/���_;. ��� .'J.'apiiic.  -:'tj'iy  riijs.   tJl:i   (���!���,'/a-. .  ,-..-, _. ..   ���     '.. ;*p^W^��gi^-.*''M'':'':  #  ''<"      ���   I  u s t-r i eg  a n c o-j v i  ^*  A  iiervice.'  \'      7  'k.J  x Pages 1-8  PallP-htsmrance Claims menl- a*   partisan,   political   propaganda,  ^UltjG-tfiSUran^ ^iU"* completely void of truth  and he wanted  nailed py _W. j5...._C_L_JDe|inert the public of the province to Judge this.  PRiMIER W. A. C. Bennett charged the misleading and-false statements for tbem-  . Ni:>^ Democratic   Party .with   putting selves-  forward .completely'false  information  in ���' '      -     :    ���  their <iateipents a^d paid advertisements. xEmpty car ashtrays, litter bags ... into  He said that the public should know roadside litter containers. x  thai the advertisement which states that  _  Blake: C. Alderson -D.C.   "  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office BuildingSechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  _  ���v-  the government insures its vehicles with  government insurance for less than $25  per year'is completely untrue, The government has in its service some 6500  vehicles of which 1.5</f are' driven by  non government employees such as Civil  Defence volunteers and Municipal Health  Nurses, and are insured with insurance  companies. The remaining 98.5% of the  vehicles are not ."insured" and' there is  \ - no, .uram&fft-^ate".  ClaimsJarispj-L^oui  i  '  of their operation are paid from a Special.  govuriment  fund.  The  government  cars  are   driven   only   for   business   purposes  and  are   not  operated   under  high   risk  conditions.  Government has a measure of control  over its vehicle operators and provides  them with defensive driving' courses.  This results in a reduced''loss'''e^perie'tt'ce""]  compared to private vehicles driven  for pleasure.  The Premier labelled the. NDP state-  QUALITY AT BARGAIN  PRICES  W^ip spd. Bi.es, re9.���,.,5        J.    ^^  14'Starcraft Aluminum Boat, used,  Reg. $600. SPECIAL ... . . ... _____  2 gallon Metal Gas Cans *%  AC  ONL^ -���-���-V-.---���^-,���-,-^,���M. _���__^__m!__!_^��LL--.    ^g^P3  5 gallon Metal Gas Cans  ONLY  : _____ .,__..  ��&��b0i  -7-.__..���__..... _ 4��45;  Shop at the.-HoSg of the Good Guys and Save  SfCHI  at the traffic light  v  885-2812  Life-Saver  Swim classes are important here on    Mrs.  Wilma Thompson is  pictured  life-savers by donating    more than    Merkel.  Seventy-six    children    and,-is      - _._���__        S!  three hundred dollars to keep   the . adults took advantage of the classes '||fe  summer programme in operation at    at Pender Harbour this summer.      7|J  Canoe Pass arid Garden Bay Lake.  !��  Around The Harbour  Ivtca  *_JClWAi ...   7   7 .-1  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 883-2440 J} j|  BROWNIES will not commence this fall July    10,   four   days   a   week   for   four-^.|^  on September 5th as was planned due weeks,   classes   lasting   %   hour.   There;jS {^  to illness of one of the leaders. Meetings were   numerous   divisions   according   to^J Jgj  will be postponed for two months or until talent in swimming. Most members pass-7 ; {hi  three more leaders can be found.  When   ' ed their division. .  c   ������            ' 7 J��|  meetings  resume   they  will   be   held   at two sets 0f classes were held, one irvx;;}&  the Legion Hall since the small room at the  a.m.  at  Garden Bay  Lake  and  one;'" {��  the  Community  Hall  is  taken  up  with jn' the   p.m.   at   Canoe   Pass.   Youngest'.'  I  -���the"'billiard tables.     ���.���������������������������-���������    ������������-���������--��������� swimmers'were -three���- years*������old?.,r-ft**,*twia^*iS  Please   notify   Bev  Dival  if  you   can Executive    member    Mrs.     Wilma7   ^  help lead these young girls in a worth- Thompson   would   like   to.  express   the.':{fe  while  training.  No  experience  is  neces- club's   "undying"   thanks     to   the   Lions     IB  sary. The girls range from 7 to 10 years. Club and  the Community  Club.  Thanks  ...2a  Twenty girls are in the pack which meets also   goes   to   her   willing   helpers,   Mrs.      S  at 3:30 after school Tuesdays. Marie Reid,. Eleanor Reid and Mrs. Anna-      ��  _  _     -jr-TTeW         *' belle Antilla.     ""'"  -.-.-- - -.-.      ..,-.' w  7T   Hr               ______           t.      1 The   Swim   Club .collects   bottles   all      ��  Open house was he d at the new Royal year round and hag ^^ drive_ at ^      |  Bank in Madeira Park   Monday, August ^ q{ summer and after Christmas   At  ~|f  21. Approximately one hundred, and fifty mg      u haye utiles, you want col.    -<  people attended the opening between 10 j                       CQnta .fc Mrg  m]m& T          _  a.m. and 3 p.m., manager Mr. A. R. Drib- gon 333.2445  nenki   said.  Sandwishes,   coffee  and  tea ��� '  .-���-^'i'<m-"is^&    were served. Balloons were .distributed to.    BINGO ���,"���"'                           j  ���''2%:0%M��Sji    the chil^ren present.            ,.    . Your Community Club needs, helpersC  ii -x3::7^'i^amA         Banking hours will be.ICJ a.m.  to  3 for   bingo.   If   you. have   time  ,tb   help{7  p.m.   Monday   to   Thursday,   Friday   the Thursday evenings please contact Muriel^;  bank wi^be open, 10 a.mV'to'6 p.m. Cameron, Fred Whittle, Linda Mattis^or'  ' "  "' "   (    . Vi Tyner77"*                             '"'   '          "'' >   j  SHOP  sDcisaocs  YOUR  SCHOOL OPENING  HEADQUARTERS AND YOU  COULD WIN THIS  10 SPEED  BIKE."  ////////���/���/./v.//////  wAiiNntQ*_,,,  LARGE   VARIETY OF  STEAKS FOR BARBECUE  see  GLYNN TRACY  Garden: Bay Store - 883-2253  "FinelMeats for Fine People"  YOUNG  MEM  i^M-*^l.:M8tWM*i��*i%W|A,)  M^.,*-.(^iWf��4^^..idl��'^s^ifrftV>*-l'aifc1.(i  [Shop^fjBackJto.Scto  Fashions fri Clothing  and Footwear ��� -  -  isive:*ljben a nitmljer of small 'ipoOR "jOiZtl  . boat losses in the harbour, four or .five .Mrs;, Dje1; Anderson" is very upset at |S  1 of which, were' still tnissjpg at ;the Jtime Someone's   idea:, of- a' joke, ��� as   she   ex- |55  of this report. People are asked -by RCMP p]ained to me. UA box of six kittens was ^  Marine   Division,   Corporal   Alan   de   St. dropped   at   Pender   Harbour   store.   We !S  Remy to tie their boats securely and to don-t know what pedple expect us to do ��S  keep an eye on them as tides corhe.in. with six. kittens. Would it not have been ��S  ���    Another- word of warning: youngsters more  humane   to  get   these   kittens  put S  are  water  skiing  all over  the  harbour lo sleep ,by the SPCA "in Gibsons when j^  and   some   have ��� become'involved, v/.tlb. ;they  were tiny���but  that means 'a'."trip" !  other vessels. RCMP suggest that water lo Gibsons���that is work. Would .it not ||  skiiers gonfine themselves to sknng be- have been better to have had the mother L  hind Mary Island and Whiskey Slough in cat put \0. s]eep or maybe spayed���but 3  7order, ...to., prevent potential, hazards, ( that..wbuld, cost, money, Peoplewho real- . '.S?  SWIM CLASSES ]y  like cats and dogs get their animals |^  Swim classes in Pender Harbour were spayed or neutered. They can't multiply |  wnsid^red'a great'success  thanks goes lo the newly formed. Pender anyone who. will take one of these kittens  Harbour  Lions Club for their  generous and look after it?''   .      ,,,.'.  financial' aid' of $329'arid "to'the "Com-' ��  munity Club which also gavo its annual  Our "Pot Of Gold" Sale  continues with this  donation of $100. With these monies, tho .  Swim Club was. able to purchase rnuch,..,,,.  wanted equipment such as first aid kits,  kick boards, reaching polos, various sr/.os  of balls and life jackets, The jackets wore  ..-, (isedJn. water safety, and rescue, training .n,  and were thrown out to "drownors" who .  had lo put thorn on In the water,  A record number of 70 children enrolled this year and an adult class of five  was initiated. ,  ��� , Tho classes taught by Colleen Myron  of Vancouver are under-th'o supervision'  of the Canadian Red Cross and ran from' ,  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance iof all kinds    .  Phono your Resident Agent'  JOHN BREEN LTD.  ,,   ���   883-27^4 (24 hour*)  mom  m_mt_W^m_UWmammi^r7i.rz    'rrW-MHUr./.;  '������   , \ ������ "���   \ $     V.-i'^VfUi-ri'v-'A  ���:���,,,. .7^i<d:^:^y^l^  Friday, September 1st only fiH^:0d pirn.  CHINESE WOK,  12" diameter   VINYL TABLEFLEX,  assorted  colours,   reg. A %    MM  $1.09 yd; _;���.-.   At.yds. KMm  ���       y mf.-.mvww   STAINLESSSTEEL frying PAN/  PLASTIC TABLE COVERS, 52x70,    10"  reg. $1.98    ^     * A     diameter ...  Special   jflo44  1l��44  1*44  Kq  ��iASTIC^ DRAPESf 72x84;  reg. $1.09  Special  _���....77''.'"��_ for  2 '��r Io44  STAINLESSSTEEL  STEAK KNIVES,  set of 6   1��44  ?-.-ywy >;..:&%  BJEVERAGE SETS,  reg. $1.98 ���"   "^""'2' .'^'2^2m'  Special  ^ for M.Q^��6��  LADIES' BIKINI BRIEFS,  2 pr. J,e44  reg.  $1.00 pqir 71.:.  <Vf)y{fi V* ** ^1i't^i**i*irH,-l(14 .i!,iV3�� (..H".4?-ii��aii J"i .*^.-*��( k^H ^U��^vii^^-t*.!(^V.tf^ .,��,-*(*( ��ijik->i.fri^4iw B-i- ^ j^ ������^fe'.'^^l "fl "^ *W ����i.��*-^ K-* i^-WIWfc W-^ t)  I  COTTON  BROADCLOTH  2 y^-1*44  '272t^7:����v���$'7  WALNUT WOODEN WARE, ex. ���  memo boards, grocery lists,  rideal  .������.'..-���  gifts _ -   7Vi high KEROSENE GLASS y  LAMPS, terrific for '1^1^  perfume oil  J^O^nf  ,  ,  -, , ,   , t .     ,, ,  IIIIMH>"">"> ������������������ IIHIIMIIII IIHIIIMIW  Check our KIDDIES'WARE  Department   for  Specials   no)t7 advertised, especially our   " " '  Y% PRICE BASKET  JIMIMIMIIIIMIMMMilMlilPIMIIMIIIIIIMHIMMHiiH""!  2 pr:li44  TOOL CADpV>  groat forAho  handym6n|!L   CHICKEN FEATHER  PILLOWS   VACUUM BAGS,   /$  pkgs.  reg.  95c  lo44  Queen Size  PAINTY HOSE,  assorted colours  m_m _  MISSES'TURTLENECK  GIRLS' TERRY SLEEPERS, assorted    PULLOVERS, assorted colours,  (sizes, and colours, reg, $3,99 _%   MM  reg. $1.98 %\    MM     SPECIAL...: ....-:J 3��44  Clcarouf Special  itotyiii'tttftirf.tbt-tf-ivU/teitin.  i..'  ,   1 1      I     1  1*44  EXERCISE SANDALS,  10 pairs only,  up to $6.00 value   2*44  &��44     poys' T-SHIRTS, cotton and poly  ���"''','. osteKturtlonocHs,;sizos8-14;7t;Cs7";  ' _ M     rog. $2.99  1.44 f^7��� ,  *    mm MISSES'COTTON BLOUSES, 8-Mi  I��44    G,RLS' MAXIES, 8-14 ond lined,        rog, $2.9? <%  MA  ,      rog, $6.99        u |   Ji     Special- ,., .w ^��44  Yard"GOODStQ,>l��9f '���'     SP<?ClQl 7 -'T***     POYS'BRIEFS, 4^-6X, re3i,49cpa^  $3,00yd,��        4%7]      fM    Mjf2PAmT^ H"96 A        | -MM  Specjol   ;.;u:���,,,A  yds. 4f44; pearl grey ^f     <<���*__    A k':"WXm.--;-:r-���-^:p^: JL,^,^  " ', y' m1 ,������ >y��    1   "' *'��Mf. -pi" - ��i.u -p. *<.p (only '.'..it,.....*.,...,.*  100 ONLY, ,',,���.,��. m*!������������ "ijjv, MM'" t"'s"'   "-'<l"7' -'<"*"������  8TRACKTAPES ec. 4��44    SPICE RACK,  . 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I   ,       \  Page B-2  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, August 30, 1972  Urged to take necessary sterk  l ^t**"wrT*vm^+mr9+9im*m+9***W4m9fim9 . 111 j i ��� a 111 ���^^^^^^'W'^w^w^^wa^^y^^MaMyyyyyyyy^^  ar.'Xv.v ������������������w-Xv ..::-.��� ��� ������������:������������������ ��� ������������������ x-XvX-Xv ��� ���������������v x-x- ��� XvX- ���������:��������������������������� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���������������:��� ���> ������x-'>X'X'>>.-.,:,.,.-.'.-.-.'.v.'.-.-.'.4. ���������������:��� ������������'���������:��� vX<  #X%\v.\\\v.v.vX\vX'XX-X\vXO-X-X-X-X-X-X.XvX-X^  Jf ��� ��� ��� ���������'���'��������� ���.���fatafafliVnVi��� ��� .V^V��^-...��� ���___.'. ..��_^_L_^^.t.���.^.���:���.���.���.^^-^^���t*1l^���.���.���.���.���.���.���.\���JtM__-���.^.���.���.���.���.���.^^^^^    \  Wm.W^^_IW^^MXM  i^iJJX_______________4___���____^^  I- ��� \f  of electdr  THE LIST of electors to be used in the  regional  district,  hospital district^ and J  school district elections and plebiscites is*  now being compiled by the regional dis-.  tiict  and those wishing to. exercise their  franchise are urged to take the necessary  steps   required   to   be   placed   on   the   appropriate lists. d  Compiled under the provisions of the  Municipal Act, the lists will be com-  plf-ted   for   each   electoral   area   of   the  .regional district. Those lists for electoral  areas A. ancl B and those for electoral  aroas  C,  D,  E  and   IP will,  respectively,  "TMrThfT'lists-^Tsecl by the school board for  their division of school district into their  areas A and^B.  Each   list   will   be   in   four   sections:  "Uwner-ElectorT* Resident-Electors, Ten"  ant-Electors and Corporations. The owner-electors list will"be compiled by the  regional district from records obtained  from the surveyor of taxes. The tenant-  electors, resident-electors and corporations list will be compiled from applica-  ��� aaawiaMMaaaiMWM^aMaiEaMMBJHMMWWMMyaiMait^  tions received. Applicants for. inclusion as  tenant-electors and resident-electors may  obtain the necessary forms from the regional  district  office."  The main requirements for incllusion  are: Canadian or British citizenship, full  age of 19 years, properly ownership or  in the case of tenant or resident-electors  six months .occupation'residence prior to  submission declaration. Full information  on eligibility may be obtained from the  regional. district   office.  "The spouse of a veteran, as defined  in the Veteran's I.anil Act, who is an  owner-elector and holds, an agreement  to purchase land under that Act will  only be entered on the list of electors  if a statutory declaration made by  veteran and his spouse' is  _ the  lied "witimTe"  vote on their behalf.     \  "v vThe list of electors will be closed on  Septefnber 29. lists prepared (or public  information by October 20, Court of  Revision held during the first week. of  November, aiid the lists are finally revised   and   certified   will-  be   printed.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  IN  FSALM 34:8 a challenge is issued lo  each of us. We owe it to ourselves to  at   least  contemplate  this  statement  and,.  ___u3ea��uJi^mIi____ag^  secretary of  the  regional district  by  the  director. of  V.L.A.  Corporations will only be entered on  the list if there is, on- file with the secretary, a written declaration by the corporation   naming   some   qualified   person   to  ntuuuvmMmmmmMwimmmmmMQmaigm aa ���>���>���  (By Jack Mills)  I  ��_r_r_?_m_nmnnm_-n-_n_*__wm09_mni_^  This   Object   D'art   sits  beside  the  Gibsons  municipal hall,  and appa-  Gibsons   Editorial   Comment?  rently has been doing'��� so ' for some-    ficials  say it belongs  to  the local  thing like  three years.  Village  of-    museum society.  V."7!j7/'t7      '  ���^7i'77i7k77?_  'T4  ?<*  ".- =�������*. p/  Wl'11?*"!**'*','"1  ���   ���"'.��**,<.! .*���><;>',''"*'!-,'r '������'."n.ii:,. .���,!',%t,<;i'i'}.>"!'t.tt., , "v jvi'^c A>k>''��/.ivJ>''i>i*iWi>^>,',vJi^i:w.",'kt!*v;,v,�� >.''Y'?.*">:'���*,���'*. "'���'p|'.VJi'''.Vli,7',<; ',('".",* '   ��� 7''  I DON'T know if it's the summer heat  or the election scene, but whatever  it is it is sure bringing out the beast  in local residents. The number of phone'  calls and personal visits this past two  weeks with people griping about, this  or that has been out ot this world.  One valid gripe was from two people, living in different areas in the bay  region, who thought something should  be done about those barges or scows  sitting out in the middle of the bay looking like a hangover from Jake Harris'  Junk Joint. I, and my camera, cannot  help but agree with them���the whole  sight is a disgrace.  Another  couple  were  about   tlie  lack  of  restaurant  facilities  in  the  lower  village    last   Tuesday    night.   Seems   some  irate   boaters   couldn't   get  a   meal   over  the  supper   hour.   This   appears   to   be   a  continual   thorn   in   the   sides   of   those  business people down  the hill.  And  perhaps   I hey   have   reason   to mumble.   But  what   can   one  do   about   if?   This   is,   in  case  you   haven't   noticed,  a   tree  enterprise   society,   and   there   is   really   little-  thai one can do. The only solution I can  offer  is  Cor som.e enterprising restauran-  teu'r  to  open   up  a   long-hour  eatery   in  tlie   lower   village.   But  a  word   of   caution,  friend.  You  won't  get  rich  on  the  venture, ' I'll   guarantee   that.   It   is   an  easy  thing to sit back and criticize how  you'd   do   it,   but   there's   a   whole   new  story   comes   to   light   when   you   try   it  yourself.  Granted,  the restaurant  people  down  there  are  independent���sometimes  perhaps too  independent���but they  have  been through it. One fellow told us that  these eateries were "services to the public" and consequently should be compelled to stay open longer hours. The fellow,  incidentally, happened to be a  businessman in the lower village who admitted  he,  loo,   was  offering  a  "service   to   the  public."  "Mow   come?"   I   asked,   "your  office  closes promptly at 5:H0 every evening.    P  "Woll,"   came   lho   mumble,   "there's  not enough business..."  ;    Thoro' was   .mother'! bo'ef   about   tlio"  local bil'l'y  (again, clown in  that   part of  the,y,illago),being closed,during' tho Sulm-.  on' Derby.   " '     ' "'" ' ' """  "Not so," claims village clerk Dave  Johnston, "as a matter of fact they were  open all. night during the derby."' That,  settles that.  Hey, and how's Mayor Swain doihft  over in Sechelt? Isn't that something?  It was funny when it came over both  Vancouver TV outlets last week, but to  pick up one of those nearby dailies the  next day"5and see, "���... Fran (Cannon, the  swimmer) was greeted by Sechelt. Mayor  Swain..,." Egads, we either have a  lousy news media representative over  here (watch it bunky, "no reference to  the weeklies) or there are a bunch of  copy cats in Vancouver news sources.  And isn't it child's play the way political -signs have been torn down in this  area? You may not even notice it because most of them haven't been up long  enough to be seen. Tsk! Tsk! Hope you  had fun, kiddies. Local RCMP report  not one complaint has been received  from any of the political parties. It's for  sure there is oiie political party who  wouldn't  dare complain!  Happy .Election to You All! And by  the way, don't you wish you hail thought  of making that trip to your friendly  vendor's  yesterday?  contains. It says: "O taste and see that  the Lord is good! Happy is the man  who takes refuge in Him." O taste and  see. Make a" trial tsl^the goodness of God.  You cannot see, you^nnot 4qiow, except   by   tasting  for  yourself.     ^""n^  Many seem to be ableMo talk about  Christianity. They know this and they  know that, but the truth is they do not  know very much. And this is similarly  'true in most areas of Hie. One does not  know much about salmon fishing or boat  ing unless he has experienced it. And  to be even closer to our text; one might  say to you. 'this salmon steak is delicious.' Rut you don't know that unless you  "taste and see' for yourself.  What we are saying is you cannot  know Christ, you cannot receive any  meaning from the Bible unless you experience'God for yourself, unless yoii be  willing to believe His word, unless you  be willing to yield to Him. And note  the second paivt of. this verse. 'Happy is  the one who takes refuge in Him'. If  you taste the I_.ord- you positively will  not  be disappointed. '        ���.  DRIVE WITH       I  CONFIDENCE  B  q safe car starts with good brakes _  WE ARE NOW (QUIPPED B  TO TURN H  DISC  BRAKE  ROTORS    B  B  New  equipment  to compliment _  our Service Policy. ��  CONVENTIONAL DRUMS       B  TURNED H  HILLTOP  MOTORS J  Sunshine Coast Highway  886-7343 Gibsons  V''V /$'���'��&'  - __ *'4.s_/^*.V *'  H B, H IIBI-BE|HBB  B  B  World-wide aifiliates  Local Breakfast Group's aim to  yivc christian faith expression  Gibsons 'Editorial  Comment?  Two different residents of the bay  area in Gibsons asked us last wop!.  if something couldn't be done about  .������, thlsniiess'sIttlng*outin-the'-l)ay-neat'M  the now boat launching ramp. It  ..,.��� doesn' t. off er,,the most...., a ..tractive...,  view to either boaters or residents.  AT 7 a.ni, on lho lost Saturday of eaph  month it uroii)) from GibHons and area  IioUIh ii brankl'iiHi rnqqt'nH- Known1 as  'l"ho BroijUfuHl; Group, lho--aim of (the.  oi'Mimizulion Is to j,\\v. Iho christian faith  oNprotmlon in nil phases of life and bunt-  will benefit  all mankind,  ' Doudly,   HophlHtk'iitod,   modern    warfare  had' made  everything  othqr   than  ..'po^o.i^vipth'nUnb'le, But poojploa , of, the  wpj'ldi Ipulu^ln^ Ciinudlann who love  their   country   and   ehoi'toh   all   lhat   11  ,,!Htnnds,.for,,want4n9sl(of.all harmpny,and  Thoy Iojik for men and women and  "oodoi*f. fi'Q'h amonMHt ihom who will,  "Pi'oach tlvo'GoHpol of poaeo, and biiiiH  Hind ,(,WlnKH of KoodwUl,"  The  louj^ Droald'ant Group  alno ha��  irmippoi'' mobtldy nl tlio Co'li'i'H Iihf'bh   tho jtU'fit Tuesday  of oaoh,month a!.,(I  p,m,   Further   Information   may   ho  oh-  tTflrimn.^  niiu-i);i;u,  Promnturo' r^noval1 or hronkdown of  tho teeth-can cnuno;upooch dofoctH,  !! 'Tho'Gllwoiirnroakftw ()l" ��11  afl'IIUiteil ...Mi.l|   of  tho  Worldwide p.I.CL,   J��vn^.  Bronkl'aul   Groupi.   of   which   ihuvo   ai'Q  liovorul   hi , dopiu'tinqniH  of  tli^ .Un^tpd  BlaiON' MOvornmont,   '" - ��� " '���"'' '���'-'' ,"  Itcconlly,  Senator  llorman  B,  Talm-  m\_q, a, ,.nt.o,uiUii'.,...of. .Mw,...United.....Ptntpn,,,.  Somite Prayer HroakfiiHt. Group, Havo an  addrow al WimhlnHlon, D,C, The follow-  HiibiiillloUljy W7A).m Nloholhon of Gib-  HO(in,,wh9 .I'p'dl.cyiJH lho moHB��KQ, ,would  liilorwl mtmo pooplo til' chrlHtlan thlnk-  Inm    ���'���������������" -' ������-'��� ��� "-     '    �����������- ��� -  , Son, ,Talina(lKo,opened, wllh a quota-  ,  Hop from HumunH 10:10, "How beautiful  aro  lho  foot  of  Ilumo that   proiuih   tho  Gonpul of Pernio, nnd'brliiu ulad lldlnMH  of'Kood'win," "( '    '  ~'r'rivn1*1IWtl|dtnviTrWpvoRnod*l)y"Paur  ,ln IiIh lilpiHll,o to- llio ItoiuanH, It wan one  of many Hlmllar exhortatlonti an the  ureal Apuiitlo wont, about tho ��� world,  prooohlnu lho (luctrlno of love and j{nod��  will, Throuidioulp all-hliH teaohlnnn*P��iil-  counHoiUHi hraiHorhood npiontC. m<m;mid"7  nalloDH,  ���""My frlondd '���"ni'i'ilKonl; thin 'n^riilhir '  hid wo uood nuch an apontlo of pence.  wl,'o-wmild-Hpeulrnn*,l",nul'"npokornna*ln"**  w|tom lho pooplo wmildg hollovo,  Thlnnallon and all MiiUlonj., lndood,  the whole   w('<'ld. donporaloly   ' need  a  voice of roamm, Pooplo today want  ro�� '  J__oUE.i!��l!}��_.HjJ_^  paiiniiiarlfH' of a century, People ovcrv-  'WhRra'^oRlrr(,>f\t^o-*rrom"'WAtt.���w-*"-**o-"m  ,  Thoy yeurn for o��e��po from tho ovor-  proNont, ,Mpeofro of iukiIoiu1 confrontation,  ���They w��"t to ho abl�� to ihouRhUully  ooiihldoi' liiHueii'and prolilemn lhat lump  nation from living nldo by Hide In peace,'  ,Thoy, waul  time Ui, find, Holutlonn \\\\\\,  ....4. ,, 7    p   ,. .i, w. ���,. i    J..X   , ,,���..,, t  NEVENS  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH    ,  APMIRAL  . PHILIPS  ������> --- *--"��� l)|a-4- t. * -..   ;*YERYTHIN<? FOR  HOMEn-ENTERTAI NMENT���.  *  '   Ii      *.     *  Ph, 886-2200 Gibsons, B.C,  m  'jffip*��*"(i*^n(-i.*ii"* "Ji  i.tjft.m'lrMt'WiiW  SUNSfllNE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  iwnisT of elector;  Saturday, .September 2 v  "t '7, 'PfiH�� ���'���  Leagues  Bqgin Week of Tuesday,  - ���-"- ���Septbinribeir - 5 - -��� ...  ��� ' / ' ��� 'Im    ,<        ���  p,     fi  i ,    '  f^mmnm��mmm'Wt^fimfV94^49ii4494>pmm494fM  "    '    ' i        ,.'   7 i��� i'i, ,i"'|��� ,,''*'    ',',,'' ',i i'  It's Fumi for YoMiyg and OW  p    i.   . ,      i   -    .   7l,-|,]ll'i...7p.-7oi)..'l7.-un77  i,.i..'ii. .... ,;i.    _ p 7 i   i,l,...  'in^wKwyawnprnKanaWlW^^  44W  MtmMi  LADIES ~f TUESPAY MORNING iSEpTRMBER 12 - 10 q��m  LADIES - WED. AFTERNOQN SEPTEMBER 13 - 1.30 p.m.  ���SBNIQRTCITIZBNSTr fU^SD'AOFTIRNOOI^SEaDX  ' ' , . ��� '   ' ''(' '  form Your Teams'Npyv    '  E&M BOWLADROME-GIBSO^3S-886-2086  M m  9.99i��9\mmmM<  mm********  1. the t\.. of Electors to be used in the Rcfiloni.l District, Hospiint'"District'  i\nd School District elections i\nd plebiscites is now being compiled by tji.c  ,    HegioiittrpiHU'let under the provisions of the Municipal. Act. Tho lists will  be 9omploted for each Electoral Area of the Regional District. Those  ��� ; 7. lists for Electoral Areas 'W and "B" anU those for Electoral Arons "C",7-;  ���'"���'"M,D"i'"E","a.ncl''uF" will, respectively, be the listsUsed by the School Bonrcl  for tholr division of school District into tholr areas "A" nnd "IJ".  "'^.''''���R.tipli'.'ijsl will be In four sections: 'QwhcrrElcclorsi* Resiclont-Elcelors,  , Tenant-Electors and Corporations. The ownor-eicctorsJisl will be compiled  by tho Regional Ditilriot front records obtained from lhe Surveyor of Tuxes.  1   ������' The TcnfUitrElcctors, RcsldonH^lc^lprs' iw' Corporations list will bo conin ��������  piled from nppliciuiotiM received, Applicants for inclusion as Tenant-  Electors and Resfc(ent-Eloctors i|piy obtali} tho necessary forms froip the  "7 ]<o^i6nal District Ofl'icor      ' " ' r" " '   ^3,JCho^maiturcqulronionts.forJnclusionTarc.!Xiuiitdlan^  full ago of. nineteen yours, proporty ownorship or lu tho case of tenant- or  ��� rosldont^olcctorn'"HlX': mpntlis "occuLpfltlpj^r^slclQixco ��� ��� prior -to-- nubiti Isnlonof  .    . declaration, Full Informalion on o|i^il)il(ty may be obtained froni^ho -  ��� i   Regional District Office,   -, .,   '. . -   -, ,,���    ,,        ���, ���- ���   i-  4. The spouse pf a veteran, ns defined In tho Veterans''Lund Act, who Is an  , ownoivoleetornnd holds an 'iigreelniejUpto,,piireh(tse.lunil.iuulor thi(j Act  '%-��� will only-l>c cntcrctl on*t^p*I^Lstoi1��Blcctors*i  by thu veteran and his spouse is filed with .the Secretary of the Roglonal ���  District by the Director of V.L.A,  ?, Corporutlons wll|rpnly bo.^iiloretl pi\ die list If tln,cro ,ls, on file with the  Secretary, u wrlttenuleolaratlo^ by the Corporation n|iiulng somo t|iii|ll-  ��� ���   fled person U> vole on lli'clr bchulf. ���   .������  ���  ���,     i' I,. ,,,,,���  . 6, The List of Electors will be closed on September 29, lists prepured.for  ^���iWl)llCliiroriiTlTlioTtrby^  week of N6vi.ml.cr, and the lists as finally' revised and certified will be  ,   .  primtccl. ������'������������ ' ���   ,  ��� i.. .   .  r, ��� |     , ,  7, Jl^ioso wishing to^e^^  slops required to Fie j>lacciPon tliTappropTHlitTlislsr      "^ "" *~"  ��WWfti��i* " 1^aaa*^tajn��^,*VJ^'WWn>^l��l^|IW^WiPWa^'i1t.^-i^<ia'*^ f^<��f.aw��iwl w����8)qi. ^������m-iWtw *   P  wWit-^r /Vjatl^4^^g��l<^nrW*f^H^t*'MWWtWW>TWW-WWWPWIfift^  \  ' nt \/^W  *J*^  I >WnM<__IWYW��p)'MI%ifli'p;  /I  Dialed Atigusl ?.3, 1��)72  a, n, a^Aito,  .  ..Assistant Secretary.  TO BE RUWWIIMG AROUND  "WITH"E\/ERY GH^C^RY  STORE IN TQWWI  SETTLE DOWN WITH USI  We'll sqvo you ievery cont. thqt's  safe lo save.  ,,., We'll nevcf skimp; on-quality-or  tut corners.'  We'll novar lake you for granted  or stop listening to what you hqve  to say. In fact, clear, bo||Qyo It or  no], you can bo (tho |3oss.  Ancl we'll never try to |$id you  nothing, Wo won't <jon you by offer-  Jhg. a. handful of Hems at less than  qui', cost,,and than. cl6bber you by  ,rqlslng,:aJ,bunch?of(.o'hGr1 prices,.  After all , , , tho wdy vv,q haye.lt  fl^urocl qui, you'ro nqt, only 19P nlc0  9 _,9l,ilJnLbo���.rVinnlnglaro'unci ..wii'h  ovary grocery storo' In town  YOU'RE ALSO TOO SMARTI  Lucky  mm n\mitiwmmm9it*m**4mmmpmm*i^44.+BjaW1****  Dollar  mm��  msow  ��� t  t.  1 fiM  mf/tmfm  m^9mmmm��^��f��i����<>^k^mm4b  tii*Uemtoimw  f." ■\»
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Around Xjibson$
—by Marion Charman .886-9862
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MR. AyVD l\1<rs. Ketch Wright ivere hos.,s
at t*heir charming home on SYswart
/.uadTVIonday evening of /ast .._y.g.ei- when
they entertained at a bon voyage party
in honor of .Mr. and Mrs. Frank_Bailey
who" haye since left on a trip "to England, Portugal and Spain.
Other guSsts enjoyftig the. very delicious buffet supper were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Smith;; Mr. and Mrs. Jin^ Drummond; Mr. aihd Mrs. Mickey Parsey, Mr.
and Mrs. Roj> Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Gibson from Kelowna; Mrs.. Sabina
Gardner, I\^rs. ^Eloise Peers of North
Vancouver; Jean Mayhew and Alex "Lit-
zen, Vancouver; Mrs. Betty Verrecchia,
Norm McKay, and Dick Blakeman.
Several o'hers who were invited were   •
unable to ^attend due to summer* commitments. Mrs. Jim Drummond assisted the
hostess wjth  preparations^ -,_      >
On Thursday evening August 17 Mrs.
Marlene Edmunds, West Sechelt, was
hostess when she entertained at a delightfully arranged surprise bridal shower
for Miss NormEL^Andreeff. Decorations
were pink and wmjfe. Games and contests
were enjoyed. A nat for the special guest
was fashioned with ribbons from the
attractive gift parcels. Present were Mrs.
Forslund, Mrs. Aridreeff, Cathy Cramer,
Darlene Duffy, Ruth Ward, Esther Myers,
Terri Bracket, Lynne- Bracket.,' Valerie
Jackson, Theresa Iuan, Billie Weatherill, Claudia Fraley, Margy. Andreeff and
Donna Edmuds.
Many who could not attend sent gifts.
Dainty refreshments were served, the.
especially delectable shower' cake was
trimmed in white and pink and ornamented with a ring arid dove.     '
Fifty-two days at Sand Point Resort,
Canim Lake, was the very .delightful
vacation enjoyed by Mrs. Mary- Gill and
sons. It was their seventh summer there.
Ed Gill did some fishing during his eight-
day stay at the Lake. His brother Howard from Vancouver was a visitor. The
Schwindts, the Sleeps and the Hincks
were among other local people holidaying
at Canim Lake. Mrs. Gill had her sister
and family from Melville, Sask. as guests
for two weeks. Also visiting Mrs. Gill
there was Mrs. Dorothy Bracewell. The
Gills made a trip down to Vancouver
tp_ attend., the wedding of .Ed's,nephew.
Tom and Leslie Bailey and sons have
returned from a two-week trip; they
visited Barkerville, at Quesnel they saw
Jack and Jean Mullen, former local
residents, also Tom Kennedy, who was
on a construction job up there, and Ron
and Diane La Marsh. The Baileys also
stopped over  at Canim  Lake.
Many are returning rested and tanned after their holidays. Others haye
acquired a good tan just working in their
gardens here in God's country.
Sharon Kelley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Davis, has been, in London,
England, for three weeks visiting Miss
Penny-Lea Davis, who recently starred
in a production of Snow White at Golders
Green Theatre. Miss Davis has again received honors in'he-" ballet exams. While,
overseas "Sharon visited Stratford-on-
Avon and saw relatives in the old country. ;
Guests at the George Day home on
Rosamund Road were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers and family from Edmontoh.
Mrs. Ann Thompson and family left
Friday for Dawson Creek where they
will be making their home. Many friends
wish thern well.
Bert arid Margaret Gibson,, cousins■of
Frank and Daisy Bailey were their guests
from Kqlowna here for a few days.
MR. AND Mrs. Irwin Axelrod and family have returned <4o- ;their home •' in
Bethesda, Md., after spending their hdli-
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Suffers injuries iri
boat mishap atxSoames
A NORTH ^Vancouver man suffered leg
injuries when the boat he was run-
ping apparently-went out of control and
threw him and his six-year-old son into
the   water.
B. Burnham was t^ken to St.. Mary's
Hospital on Sunday of last week by
RCMP after being gouged in the left leg
by the propellor of the loose boat, in
front of Soames Point. Occupants' of a
nearby vessel went to the rescue and
finally  subdued  the  wandering  boat.
John Simpkins of Gibsons suffered
neck injuries-as a result of a single-car
accident near Soames Point on Highway
101 last week. RCMP spokesman said
the steering wheel of the Simpkins vehicle apparently came off causing " the
car to roll over in a ditch. One other
passenger in the vehicle escaped with
minor bruises. AsuofJast Wednesday. _ Mr.
Simpkins. *yas in "St. Pair's Hospital, Van*
couv^r,   for  treatment.
The Peninsula Times ^a$e &~3
Wednesday, August 3Q, 1972
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Anavets Corner
—Gibsons Army.  Navy and
Air Force Unit 357
oy Adam McBride
GREETiNQS: I take it as a real com -
' plim'ent' that I have been asked to
join .a political party, get out and do
my share" of "work and make this a better'place-"to •.live!!   7      ' .     7
I,_apr rattier vague on political nomenclature, :so when' I was asked to be a -
scrutineer, I hastened to assure them I
was well • qualified because of twb pre-
vious~"convictions as a peeping -torn. Apparently the assurances dampened the
recruiter's ardor because he suggested
a more novel way to utilize my political
I  modestly  admit it  was  I  who  was
wearing the sandwich board for two days
at   the   shopping   plaza.   This   particular
gambit was discontinued for several reasons. I was instructed. to cover as much
• ground  (vertically)  as  possible but  as  I
have >a. bum. left leg and have -lost the
heel off my right shoe, it led to a rather
erratic  path 'of progress? To add insult
to injury, because of a bad war wound,
my chest has dropped about two feet, and
as- a sandwich board' must  of necessity
be   at   an "almost, vertical   angle   to   be
read, the sandwich board stuck put fore
and aft. at a very horizontal .angle fcrid
having'  to  stop   c_uite   often  because   of
running   into   parked   cars,   low   fences,
curbs-or anything below-my limited field
of   vision,   immediately   all  the  horrible
dirty  dogs   (and  I   believe   one  slightly
conky  cat)   insisted  on   herding   around
me to rest in the shade when I stopped.
Although   I   perspire   quite     heavily   I
have never before perspired to the point
of sogginess from the knees down only;
so I strongly suspedt there were atrocities
performed on my person that I was 'unable "to—see: "What" completely   dissiilu-
sioned' me as a human mobile signboard
was,, when.. I .myself was forced  to 'use
the   accommodations   provided     by   the
Chevron service station for" their customer's personal needs. Being a person of
rather   determined   habit,   after     trying
several different and rather unique methods to get .inside the washroom door,
I simply backed .'off ten. or twelve vfeet
and' turning' sideways,  did  a  buck' land
winger sideways toward the portal, Because of an old war wou,nd which prevents me turning my head, I misged the
door by about three' feet and TsUstairied
Swimming lessons in Gibsons* ..Roberts Creek and Sechelt are IIP over
for another year now, arid no. doubt
youngsters such as those shown
above with instructor Ann Letharii
It's All  OVer Now
of Hopkins Landing will find themselves better suited to local waterways. Assistant throughout the program has been Debbie Willis of Gibsons.      ■  '       .
Wharf Road - Sechelt ■ 885-9066
P.O. BOX 213
Hallmark-Courts cards and wrappings.
Fine English china cups and saucers.
Boutique  items,  local  artists  paintings.
forget the fuss
. leave the work to us
(Across from High School)
Phone 886-7828 Gibsons
fmmt^m»t_tl__v_u_U__U-_%___-__.mmmmmmmm_mmmm-_________ — _______—.., |nr—rnnnntinnmimiiuui-i
Baptist churches get
new resident pastor
serious  injury  among  the  garbage  cans
days at the; home of their parents, Mr.     behind the .garage,    ' , ,
'  'and'Mrs:! Phil7 Stevenson-, Soames■'Road.""■'"'■■''";'Weird'!;must  have   reached ."Party
Mrs.  H.  B,  Metcalfe  is  now  at  the    Headquarters" because a large group of
Normandy  Private    Hospital,  30th , and     personnel   (twelve) ;; disgorged' 7fromfc a
"" Arbutus; Vancouver,"' s    '»•■•--   • VolkswpgfctiT and ' imiTiediately ''cl>arglng
■Mrs. Harold'Lynum is a patient at St.    me with dqreUdti'Ort, proe'ecded lo'"dnjim
Paul's Hospital in Vancouver. Her room    me out" of the Party. ■ .'"
number Is, 443.    ..,,'„,.,,....,.........,..,,,,. Beca'wseM ,had.readied or rearranged
Mrs. Snbina Gardner has her sister- much of my clothing, in anticipation _,of
in-law, Mrs, Galloway, from Vancouver gaining entrance to the washroom, I vpry
staying  with  her while Mrs," Gardner's,     loudly protested'fholr feverish attempts
.   son-in-law and daughter Frank, and Daisy    to .tear,, off /the sandwich board and the
Bulloy ace in Europe. Mrs. Gardner celeb-    political candidate's namo    which    was
 JialBCl. her i83rd birthday Tuesday. firmly taped across my head. But as Shy-
John  r.  Fyles  of  Hopkins  Landing    look snld ln Romero and Julius, "All's
REV. Wilbert N. Erickson has accepted
the call to become the resident pastor
of the"SecHeit" "and '"""Gibsons "Baptist;*
churches. He was born in Killam, Alta.,
but moved with his parents to the Cam-
rose area where, in the late 40s, he purchased his  own-- farm.
After discontinuing farming he was
employed in machinery and hardware
enterprises in Wetaskiwin and Edmonton.
Being unable to evade the inner consciousness of giving unreserved consideration to christian service it became necessary for him, before God and man, to
proceed . with further training. Several
theology credits were obtained during
two winter terms. A barber's certificate
of proficiency was attained in 19537 During the years 1956-58 he and his wife
served with the Sudan Interior Mission
in the New York City headquarters. Af-,
ter his application for pastoral studies'1
was accepted, by. the Briercrest Bible Institute at Caronport, Sask., the couple returned to Canada in the fall of. 1958 and
Mr. Erickson studied at Briercrest graduating in the spring of 1960.
He has pastured churches in Saskatchewan and in Alberta.
Leading Qrrniston, Sask. on the 31st
of August the 'Erickson family hope to
arrive in Hqpk'ins Landing on Monday,
September- 4i.lv"'where 'they -will' reside
until a permanent residence of their
cjhoice may , be searched- out.
Mr. .and. Mrs.   Erickson    have    two
daughters ages .14' andr"12, They are en-
convention,which was an'oyod by bag
pipe enthusiasts from all ovor tho world.
■" Mrs. M. Mullen, ,Vancouvar, wasgucfit
of Mr, and Mrs. James Mullen, Sr., Pratt
Road, for a-wcok, i,! ' '
PorrI and Inn Suron from Vancouver ,       ...  „_,.   ,	
woro gueslfl .of Mr,. and Mrs, N. Berdahl,   > bl«8o  at' RojbotHs  Creek  on Setpombcr
Visitor^ ttt'tho Vlnco Bracowo^l. homo '   '^tll "M '  ■""   " ' r■ ■
thusiastic about school and home prospects, and as a family they. are excited
about new acquaintances'to be made in
the church and community that will be
added to their present list of many
Mr. Erickson holds barbers licences
for three provinces and has enjoyed
keeping in touch with the public. through
the  partial   practicing  of   the   trade.
The Ericksons count the art of public
relations to  be of great importance and
.. they sincerely hope that they will be an
added   asset   within   the   framework   of
that, section  Of  the  Sunshine  Coast.    „.
Recover body at
Roberts Creek
THE BODY of a Trail, youth, presumably
drowned, was recovered in practically
the same area he was last seen eight
days before.
Barry Bennett Blatford, 16, fell off the
wharf at Roberts.Creek on Monday, August 14 and witnesses reported seeing
the body heading out in the gulf.
Divers spent the following two days
searching for Mr. Blatford, but to no
• avail. ,
Last Tuesday, the same two young
men • who watched the incident August
14, spotted the body of the victim as
they were rowing around the Roberts
'Creek"wharf7 Gibsons vRCMP":mtidc the
9:30 to 1:30 a.m.
_f"M _r/»s?F~ Pizza Available
VLIf W Dance to the
Best in Live Entertainment
Highway  101     —     Cover Charge    —    886-2472
Q      FIT
1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons
Phone 886-7112
Closed Monday',Open9a.ni.-6^
A phone can be an office.
&*!*'&*'.■W&tte&ffiwWf tft I.
h'tj* Ki.,tobl>"t»rf'i'.M,*a*.i»'tlW M:W ***** Wi fa <M!| ;»■(<«**
lialfa WKif.tpi,-KWl- iH l\
.'} 'i.t f/J jp-iil^,'*' fw-ji A,fcf.aif,'.*!,^T.*.J'-Vii,
]*W"VHWi*lbl >itfl.,i*fci|h*Jl(i.
-,. As[i|n:r» fcifciiW |i ^*Hi«ti),i-
You're independent. You've got your
own business or you're just'on the
move a lot. You probably spend most
of your time between phones,
13lve yourself an odgei
£    )    i'ti   I
Don't mlsS that emergency call or that
crucial order because you're driving;
A radio telephone can make an office
Call our Marketing Department.  ., •.
-.■)   7 .  -"I        I.    :
Rev. W; N. Erickson
wore Mrn, Brncowoll's atflter; Mrs) Mrty
 WUl°W,.iuid two. friends, frofiv,Port,,Alberni,
A hearty welcome to Gibsons, Mr, and
from South (Slocim, who hnvo como lo
livo ln tholr newly built. homo ,on Snr-,
Kont l'tond,
Son of Mrs, Helen Lim of Gibsons,
Mr, Motcalfo recently retired. Ho was
assistant superintendent of tho Genevan
lion of West Kootoiwy Power and Light,
which company he had served ,fov .alll
Wray t"ic,dpg pound man has paid the
dry cleaning bllloiVmylowc^.gnrments.
Whether, \myi efforts .have (holpod'Mmy _BV   „„   „   „Klr(J,CA„  .
chofien politically or not roimUhs1 to TJ       '...^f v7vv" n' c.r CK 6on   ,
be scon, r lilnda-llkcld 'thlnH; S97'' * R(?v-  WUbort ■ N, . Erickson ' has
See i.you ,at ,tho 'giant Anavots1' .fsoo ccpted tho call to bocomo resident.
"   ~   '        ~ pastor ojf M*6ec__blt and 'Qibsonts
Baptist churches7 ; •" •   ' •    ,
A phone Is what you make it_
M" aij.**r •* VP. Ift> l^lfa"tJ«
Fon water atima
C<>|)Hnlnol,H,.'   AuHoeJatlon  of    Ciinadu
warns   all' walor  skiers   to   wear   Jlfor
Jiu'hots, A Jm'l-of, spwlally (loHlwnnd fol'
i MklnrH  provide "tho groatost ■ pro'looUhn,-
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mmm^«>^»^mml/n'^' (     fr  \  \  V  ���\  Page B-4  The  Peninsula Times Wednesday, August 30, 1972  -^T-  ^Mfiv^^v^f^^f^Ff^^^TTTv.a^i^.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.a^i^iif^^^^^-rri.i.i.i.i.a.i.i.i.i.i,!,!^^^^, ''.a.a;i.a.aii#i<a#i%B.katatapB,aiatifa>atBiBjaj#a|l.  Gibsons has equipment . . .  Photos taken now  for driveirjf' liaenqs  Well  Fed Gulls  One Soames Point resident keeps the    is  left  out  it  seems one  sea gull  birds happy  by  leaving bread  out    manages to eat the whole thing,  on his porch. No matter how much   By Marion Charman . . .  Andreeff - Forslund  m  MISS Norma May Andreeff became the  bride of David Edgar Forslund at a  ceremony performed by Pastor Gerry  Foster at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle  Edmunds, Norwest Bay Road, Saturday,  August 19 at 1:30 p.m.  The bride is the eldest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Peter, Andreeff of Gibsons,  and the groom is the only son of Mr.  and Mr$. Harry Forslund of Powell  River. Mr. Andreeff gave his daughter  in' marriage.  For her wedding the bride was attired in a floor-length sleeveless gown  of pink chiffon over taffeta with large  bow at the waist and shoulder.  On her hair, which was prettily coif-  fured in ringlets, she wore a dainty headdress of pink tulle with white flower.  She carried a�� beautifu.1 hand-bouquet  of superb white carnations and small  deep pink roses.  Mrs. Marlene Edmunds was matron  of honor, wearing a chic purple full  length ensemble, with purple ribbon and  white carnation in her hair. Lyle Edmunds was best man.  Mrs. Andreeff chose a blue and white  dress with white carnation corsage. The  groom's mother was wearing a while  suit with gold and  rust  colored  corsage.  A long distance, telephone call of  congratulations was received during the  reception. A delicious smorgasbord luncheon was enjoyed. The best man proposed  the toast to the bride. An elegant two-tier  wedding cake decorated in white with  pink roses was flanked by tall pink  tapers. A miniature bride' and groom  topped the cake,  Fpr going away the bride chunged lo  a white pant-suil with red, white and  blue top under while blazer style sweu-  ,.,,t,e,r, She wore,, blu,,' .shoes unci -hoc lieiul-;  band ancl earrings were rod, white and  blue,  "Wh'Je on a short honeymoon, in Vancouver the newly weds stayed at the 271 h  floor of the Bluo Horizon Hotel on Ron-  son Street, After being guests of llio  bride's parents for two weeks, Mr. und  ���.MrSi��,Forslund-will-roside��ln"-'VnncoUvor*  Where   Mr,   Foralund   will ��� further    his  IT PROBABLY involves-a trip to the  ladies' room now for most, women  applying for a driver's licence at the  GihsWis village- of-fiee^-Ihe-7!tussing_up"  process will no doubt come once they  learn-, their picture will be taken.  "'��� A_ of early last month, all original,  renewal and duplicate driver's licences  issued by the motor ^vehicle b^peli are  of the new photographic type.  The photographic process is "'carried  out through the use of cameras installed  in all but a few remotely located motor  licence issuing offices. The applicant or  licence holder is required to personally  appear at the office so that a simultaneous photography may be taken. The  film developing and processing of the  driver's licence is carried out at a processing laboratory in Victoria. The centralized method of* photo licensing was  selected to give the maximum lefcel of  security and to minimise the gossifeility  of persons obtaining licences ,'wKo' are  not entitled to them due to licence suspension.  In the few areas where photographic  equipment has noi been installed ��� ind  in other instances where persons live in  remote areas, licences will be prepared in  the   photographic   form   but   minus   the  photo __of the licencee and their licences  will be marked "valid without photo."  The material used is called poly-  (arbonate. It was selected because of its?  durability  and  the difficulty  it presents  in (���ouiiterfeiiing; llJxas a surface which  will reveal any alteration, and because it  ���is thin any attempts at photo substitution should be readily detected.  Restrictions on the licence will, in  niost instances, be indicated- by a number being quoted and the reverse Of the  licence sets out what the numbers stand  for. Other restrictions will be printed, out  in full in the "restriction".���, area on the  face  of  the  licence.  Any alteration from the class of licence shown on the face of the licence will  be made on the reverse side by the driver  examiner or licence issuing office by  adhering an appropriate cl&ss number  decal. "  A form of temporary licence is being  developed for the limited.use of licence  holders while their licences are subject  to restrictions Of use for .certain hours  or certain purposes. This .temporary licence will come into use shortly and wili  make it easier to identify persons who  are permitted only to drive under these  conditions.  Gibsons OAPO  bosk in action  WITH summer holidays pretty well, a  thing- of the past, members of the Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Organization  are ready to begin their regular monthly  meetings and events. 7  - -As- the ��� first Monday in September is  Labour Day, the regular social will not  be held then���it has been moved up to  Monday, September 11. The first general  meeting of the new season will\be held  a't the.Health Centrt. the following week,  SeptembeV 18.  Those interested ih OAPO activities  are^hvited to join the organization, and  a cordial invitation is also extended to  .those yho wish to take part in carpet  bowling at the United Church hall. Further information may be obtained by  calling  Mr.MacLaren  at   886-9829.  Those taking part in the Hawaii flight  October 6 are also reminded that' all  moneys must be paid to the airline by  September 6. Failure to do so will necessitate   cancellation   of   space.  A  If you have not already sent your  final payment for October 6th  Hawaii Flight^��� -  Alk moneys must, be paid to the  airline by September 6th. v  Failure to do so will necessitate  cancellation of spate.  Please watch for further  announcements  ';LADY  in  the Wet  Suit"  Posters  from  the..;V-uico���uMer._.._seene at_Miss... Bee's,.  Wharf  Road,  Sechelt.  GIBSONS SCOUTS  Don't be a homebody!  Get out under the stars!  Sign up at Gibsons .Scout Hall (north; side of highway by Gibsons creek  culvert, just past Cosy Corners. Sign in tree) on:  Wednesday, September 13, 6:30 p.m. ��� Ages IOV2  to 12Vst  ������    Thursday,  September  14,  6:30  p.m.  ������ Ages   \1V_   to   W/%  Over 131/2 ��� Phone 886-2686 or 886-7896  Fee $3.50 ��� Enrolment subject to .parental 4 hour per annum transportation pledge. .., ._.._.               ���,     education.  Those attending the wedding included  1he couple's parents: the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs: Russ Wattum, Vancouver; the grooni's uncle, Mr. Ed Hamel,  North Vancouver; Pastor and Mrs. G.  Foster and Valeri, Mr. and Mrs. Ru.s.sel  'Cramer, Eddy and Donna Edmunds,  Margy, 'Bruce.' Lyle, Barbara,. Donna and  Marvann  Andreeff.  Gibsons Scouls are  organizing once again  WITH  school  term just approaching, it's  time   once   again   for   those   boys   interested in joining the local Scout movement to take the opportunity of enrolling.  Enrolments take place at the Gibsons  Scout Hall on the north side of the highway by the Gibsons creek culvert, just  past Cosy Corners. Look for the sign  .in  the  tree.  The following are dates and times  for registrations: Wednesday, September  13, 6:3') p.m. for ages 10V2 to 12l/2; Thursday, September 14, 6:30 p.m. for ages  12'_ to \:V_. Those over 13'/_ years of  age are asked to phone 88G-2G8G or 886-  789G.  The fee is $3.50 and enrolment is subject, to parental four-hour per annum  transportation   pledge.  Youngsters are advised to "get. out  under the stars" and join the enthusiastic Gibsons Scouts movement.  The  Second Rule  Learn it and  Tailgating is one of the major  causes of accidents in this province. Now there is a simple  new rule to help you maintain  a proper safety margin. It's  called "The 2 Second Rule".  'All you have to do is leave  two seconds between you and  the car in front. Learn it now,  ond live.  Wife   to   husband:     "Obviously,   you  were   laying  it   on   prelty   thick  at  your  class reunion���here's a  loiter from your  alma   muter   suggesting   you   endow' the  .school!','   THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  Your   advertising   in   this  space    will    reach    nearly  2/500   homes   (oyer  9,000   people) each week, It's the  most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast  people because Times ads  go Into more homes than  any other newspqper produced .In lhls area,  ��� ���  THE TIMES  005-9654 (Secholt)        886-7344 (Gibsons)  Whenever the car you're' f61*  lqv/lr.9 passes a sign post, a  trap, or qny fixed point beside  Vny pad,count'One and. Two  flncj." before you reach the  point. Thqt's q safe following  distance.  il^pj.^*^^ <]p*sisE &T[*l  Jt doesn't maltor whether  you're gplna.10 mph or 70  imp}]. PocatJs0 tho fastflf you  go, the greater 1|\o dlsta^fo  you cpvor In 9, seconds,  F_.R. P. SEPTIC TANKS  hy  TRODAN  MANUFA(��^  Fibreglass septic taw     are light  (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  1 *  AVAItABLE-TVT^YOOR^COlfcAt  Building ancl Plumbing^  ^uPP')t^0'"rtpoiaiieswor  Septic Tank Contractors  Gibson*       ',,}'. '''":''  '" 886-2963  7 > > ,1    ' ������    ��� ' !  ,i ?upporf Peninsula Industry  Two seconds is the time you leave  between you and ihe car in front*  10 MPH    70 MPH  M  '.'���?.  ',?:/��<  2 sec.  ���280C  '47:m<)  Mm  At any ^ppocl  �� Qoconds Is; I (io uafo  following dlstancq.  ���t��*��*��  <*  ��k EV017 algn port, qv��IY polf,  2? pyory troo you puss, Is a  chancy to ��Wk If you'ro ...  tallgatlog7  TaUgatlng ta alrofflc offence fn tltta  prov nee. It results In hundreds of  ' accidents, lo|ur!oa and doajhs t4vory  year, |1pw there b no oxcuio. Next  *lme yeu'ro driving tost The 2 Socond  Pule^d from ll^e^ on. live by U,  H. **-HW��jWff ri^W��B?��*W)PWWIf(WlO<*V  * ~    ' k' I  n  '  MAKE A DECISION TO WYE  Mtowy-QQQqr*!  ^^m^^^m^^^m^^ffwmmm^*^  n  mlm^m^mt^mmm  ,,...   I,.!. \  \  <"^j*r  ^ _��  4*  * <*c_>  b  ^ ___��"���_ ^  iP^jipjr  y  o1  ���p... -IPI  ' ft  V  ��� \  x ���  ,   .WPiy.'.^ .,.,.  v -\  \  WWj !���_!_��� 1 ^iwa^w  \  Weivrnioy, Auqust 30, 1972       The Peninsula Time?  -\-  Page B4.  \  \v  7  A  _nqi��^..<i>wyiW��wq^"��^.|ljwg,W^  wai  1  To keep up with your community activities,  read  The  Times.  And  for  shopping,   you'll  save  steps  and time  ii you  foofc through The Times  tisements first before ypu  stprf  running   MQU!i4  aft��r *% k&t fewrains' riniM c(ps?jffe$ wlW f?0if#  Buy, jS^ff, Swap, Inform for you ... . at Jow cpsf  7 "���'" '������'���''���''������''" "��� ������ "������  and with the largest circulation of any pflper on  the lows? 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Cancer facts
RADIATION has played an increasingly
. V important l^ole in the diagnosis an$
iw-atment of cancer. 'Accessible cancers
sucli ^s those of the skin, lip Und'mouth.
'.lin be destroyed effectively by this
nu'tliod   of'-treatment   alone.
Many other types of cancer are treat-
ecl by radiation, in combination, with
surreal removal.
From atomic energy. .research have
come substances, such\ as radioactive
cobalt and caesium, which give off
powerful x-ray^.
Other types of physics research have
resulted  in  the  production  of  machines,
Vich as lhe betatron, which rhay be used
to bombard cancer cells with high energy
particles. V
Chemotherapy, -or—treatment—with—
drugs, offers considerable hope for the
future.  As yet there is no known drug
which will cure all 'form's of cancer,
..Even  when  one  is  found,  ii is  probA
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-bl|  that early  diagnosis  and  treatment
will remain as important as they are to-
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Your advertising in this space will reach
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reach more Sunshine Coast people becquse
Times ads go into more homes than any
other   newspaper    produced    in    this   area.
The Times
885-9654 (Sechelt)   .^886^211-1  (Gibsons)
Change of Store Hours
x   ftobertr- Creek
will.be as follows: Mon. to Sat." 9.
a.fn. to 6 p.m.. Sunday  1   p.'m. to
5  p.m.
Page B-6 The Peninsula Times
|;        Wednesday, August 30, 1972
ij 1 ———
!'ALWAYS something  new at Miss  Bee's,
Wharf   Street,   Sechelt.   Come   in   and
'< browse.
Mobile Home Park
Now Accepting
next to school
Manager  Mr. A.  R.
his staff,  Mrs.  Darlene Nelson and
Miss   Dianne   Lee   were   kept  busy
during last week's Open House, meeting   folks   in   the   Pender.  Harbour
New   Branch
Dribnenk'i and    District.   The  new    br
Royal Bank is located
liquor store which has
ed to larger quarters
of Madeira Park.
anch of the
in the former
already mov-
in the centre
Dave Barrett
NDP Leader pursues
public auto insurance
For Rafts,
Docks, Boafhouses
Houseboats .. .
Styrofoam BB Brand
Buoyancy  Billets
tAt Safe -k Lightweight
■ft' Easy to Handle
■ft Durable
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It  takes  only   1   cubic  foot  of
Styrofoam BB Brand plastic foam
to float, 55 lbs.   (
Block 10"x20"xl08"
- $27,00 at	
Phono 883-2266
NEW Democratic Party Leader Dave
Barrett estimates that public auto
insurance would save B.C. drivers about
twenty, per cent in auto insurance premiums,. . .
In support of that, Mr. Barrett compared auto insurance figures from Saskatchewan, which has public auto insurance, and B.C., which doesn't have public auto  insurance.
."In Saskatchewan, eighty-live percent
of the money drivers pay in premiums
is returned to drivers in the form of accident  payments,"  said  Mr.   Barrett.
"But in B.C. the auto insurance industry returns only sixty-three percent
of  the   money   paid  in  premiums.
"B.C. drivers are loosing twenty percent of their premiums to the insurance
companies and the present government
is doing nothing to protect drivers from
this  gouging."
Mr.- Barrett attacked the Social Credit
government for condoning the high prices
charged by the auto insurance industry
ancl repeated his challenge to the Socreds lo deny lhat they get campaign
funds from the auto insurance companies.
"The auto insurance trust is engaged
in fixing the amount of money drivers
will receive in premiums.
"The companies set rates that allow
them to receive thirty-three percent
above accident claims and an additional
four percent for adjustment costs.
"The auto insurance board appointed
by the government condones this thirty-
seven percent markup despite tho fact
thut the. markup in..Saskatchewan is only
fifteen percent."
Mr. Barrett said the installation of a
;publio^ulo« insurance; scheme   in. B,C,;
would   protect   drivers   from   the   overcharging by  private companies and  will
pi'pv.do ..sovcr-al ,.sido benefits to B.C.   ■•---.--
"As well as cutting back aulo insurance premiums by twenty percent public
auto  inn unmet)   would  also  put  an   end
to tho exorbitant rates churgod to young
'■ d ri vc4,Hi'i*a'™w,'*^s^'w*"^iiw*wrae^^^^
"ll would titup the pn.cti.su of churg-
IiiK supo)' penalties  to high  risk  drivers
who pay high i'tile.s because''tl'.ej'jthigllf7
havo and iiuulcluiil and uvoiiTFIgiiur rales
when they do have an ucoklenl,   "  "
"And   public  uuto    Imhutjuicui    would
make nun, Ui'o liisurniice premiums paid
by B.C, drivers' would'bo invented  hero
'in 1J,C». iiiHtoad of In the pockets, of for-
elgu   owners,"
Mi',   BiuTolt  repealed   IiIm. elalm   Hint
»tho*NDP IhHIigonly pw'ty-in'4hc election  ■
' ohihpal^h  Uiat'*lH!' (Klvriedtlng 'the' «clop7
lion  of  pitblie „iiutii .JiiHunmuo,
pile ol' y,\y. loon] mi'omobilo Iiifuinmiic,
iigon'lH nuked to comment,, on„ BuitoU'h
HtutemonlH Hi'ibmitH1 the following' U\v\.
o,i'  the  nmUori
The liiHunuHH) Agent's. AnHoeli»tloni of
"'"B'.I'UhIi Colmi.bla Ih"'n"'"i'VoiiiVpo'i 1 (. 1 ui11' body";
We do nut wlt,h to bu clrnynocl Into th'o
poIMUtnl urentt, Howovoi'. we ennnot  ul-
""" T()ii'liavo''uiHl(utl)totVl*r' Hdbii 'or lio'iinf*
many polHleul tkliUgmoiUii on automobile ,
Mxiinilnn the I'iic'Ih uh op|>onod to, tho
I'ultiu  ot1  (lellbunUoly .nilHleiullnH . ropro-.
HenlnlloiiH  thut nro bo'iitf npi'iiud nerornt
th.e   province.
Allegation that Saskatchewan benefits
amount to 85c of the premium dollar
while British Columbia benefits  are  63c.
•   Sask.
1970   .
■   74.3c
XL       $-1 Trt95
(Sources: Annual .Reports of the Superintendent of Insurance—British Columbia  and   Saskatchewan.)
Other facts:
1. In British Columbia the good driver
is not subsidizing the poor risk. On the
basis of cost, reckless and inexperienced
drivers are heavily subsidized in. Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. In Manitoba,
where Government Automobile Insurance was introduced in November, 1970,
the safe, mature driver has had no substantial reduction in premiums. The big
savings have gone to the high risk
2. In British. Columbia you do not
have to pay-yeash in advance for your
insurance premium. In Saskatchewan it
is cash qn the barrel head before you
get  your  insurance.
3. Statements about the limited no-
fault benefits in British Columbia ignore
the laci that these benefits arc substantially greater than those in both Saskatchewan and Manitoba. •
Don't be misled by misleading statements. Governments in eight Canadian
provinces believe that state-operated
automobile insurance offers no singificant
saying lo the majority of safe, mature
drivers. .
WITH 16"
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Oregon File Holder and Kile
Oregon Depth Gauge Tool
Flat 6" File
Spark Plug
Starter Rope
Another quality product from the
Challenger Distribution System.
*With purchase of Super Mini.
Boss to"' tardy office. l.6y7 ''instead of
a gold watch in 45 years whon you
retire,   we've   decided, to   give   y^w   an
Cowrie Street
if Hii
Phone 885-9626
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ft Axes
Stihl and Homelite Saws & Parts
ft Pike Poles
k Handles
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.;,» The Peninsula Times  \  Page B-7  "-P  =_*=  W  7.  ���|  Wednesday, August 30, 19?2  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 4f (SECHELT)  \MtiJMml_B  ��� -Sunshtne Coast Elves  hold first Gen. Meet.  DIRECTORS and. members o| the Sun-  shine^Qoast" Elves Club held their first  Kcneral meeting Saturday, August^ 19 in  Gibsons.'There'is presently a total or 47  members in7the local chapter. ,  General meeting included a short bus-  \'mpss session, an outline of functions of the  ��� '.������jui.iztition,   reading   of   bylaws,   financial if-port and an open discussion ofvar-  v ..ms    proceedures    by    which    the    club  ��� nu.ht- -achieve- its Christmas goaf.  ; vSandwiches. and coffee, following the  m:j_.ting, proved an excellent opportunity  I'or members lo become better aeqtiaint-  e.l with each  other.  The Elves Club\is a non-profit, non-  I'oligious organization and is registered  under the Societies Act. Dues amount to  on'y one penny per day plus a donation  once a month of a food item. This will  be turned over to a depot sometime dur-  in;4 October where food hampers and  ^ifts are prepared for needy people at  Christmas  time.  New members are always welcome  and for further information please contact the Elves Club, c-o Gibsons United  Church.  Getting  Acquainted...  Branch on Monday, August 21st. Get- and on the  right,  ting  acquainted  are,   manager  Mr. Sechelt Branch and  the Royal Bank of Canada celebrated    A. R. Dribnenki and his wile Louise, Mrs. Keith 'Duffy.  the opening of its Pender Harbour s "    '   7    '  Opening two  iiqw  branches on the  Sechelt Peninsula in as many years  ���'manager  of  his wife, Mr.  the    *?or  Ql"ck   Results  Use   Times   Adbrie.s  school mm - mwm i. mi  School will b$ opkn tor registration, grouping and instruction at ��.00, a.m.,  WeUfles-ityy, Sep^inber 6th. S(tjden^ v^ill renriaift n,l t% school for {lie normal  school day and busses will operate,accordingly.  Advance registration for enrolling at all school;? will be con,^ucte^ on September 1st and 5th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  With the exception of Elphinstone Secondary School���See advertisement in  this paper.  KINDERGARTEN students should report to Gibsons Elementary, Sechelt  Elemeitfary, and Madeira Paik Eleipeutary at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday,  September 6th. AH other students report at 9.00 a.np(.  Kindergarten and Grade I pupils (ho\ previously registered) should present  birth certificates or baptisimal certificates \.X\mbeingrevered.  Pupils from other, schools must present repo,r^ from previous school attended.  Kindergarten pupils will not be transported, unless i;o.om, is available on the  busses. This has been standard policy throughout the district. It is recommended that parents of kindergarten children make arrangements to transport them by private transportation uptil all bus routes are stabilized.  Transportation schedules noted below are those which were in effect when  school closed in June and are subject to change if load variation warrants it.  UNCLE MICK  "���PP. f "I' .     . ������  has just the right  pair pf shoes for  my first day  Back at School .  .  7V"  '���.2 '^''���*.*i?-i-''j's'j'L"f1t','V/r'���',>*��� v-j-rfvivr.  iui kKpi-i <_:  WKtmi  REPAIR  Stones &  Fine Gifts  A Specialty  With Us  Safe Motoring  -B-ESPHnE���^trher-c-u-wien4^-GPa��e���foi^u'-igh-U^t-  IMew Swiss Eriicar  Watches���$45 - $ 100  100% Waterproof  Watches by ROLE"Jf-  (liF Crystal and Crown Intact)  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2421  Hostesses  Ladies"of.the Roberts Creek Hospital  Auxiliary travelled a long way from  ^_ ________   _ home to act as  caterers  and  hos-  ��Un.ed sungwrthe B.C. Automobile, tessp at. tlie opening ot tlie Koyal  Association says that ihe safe driver Bank ol Canada s newest branch in  should wear light or moderately tinted ��� Madeira Park. Pictured from left  ({lasses of a neutral gray shade while are Mrs. Ohaiilotte Raines, Mil's,  driving in bright sunlight. .Neva Newman, Mrs. Bessie ��� Rovv-  I.lvip. green, pink, orange.and yelbw berry and Mrs, Marjorie Gibb, serv-  tints ran severely distort color perccp- jn��r \cl^ to Mrs. Loiii'.so Dribnenki.  linn���IralTic  lights  included. ��� 7- .   Depending on the driver and the cir-  'ciinislaiices, ��� ��� lire lilowoii'l ciiiibe moi'qly''''  an   aggravation   or   result   in   a   serious  ,r..,aut:'dei..l,,,.)T"iO,^  ' nieinber Is 11vnt  lho car sltould '\\c Ito'St'"'  moving   in   n  straight   path.  Tho  driver   should steer.,...firmly,.,and.,,be,ready,,,lp���,re- ,  Hist the pull of the steering wheel to  Iho right or'loft, let. up on tho accelerator  and never l>rnl.o until the car Is under  complete control,  beautiful7place  #ij*<-t<sart."i!v'i w w*��M*^^^tw**.^.'.'ite^i��i. a is Wi>3 *wj *r  The  first drops of  rnin  aftor a dry  period help lp mnUo �� slick, composed  v' ii I'" w ti t .'oK' *'d i ii't,"'"i'i'i bboi,! cl i'i s I.'' iincl ii il til nf,'"  on   road  surl'^cos.  Tho  nurl'ueo  Is  dnn-  ~gprnusly-sllppery -unl-ll-enoiigh���ruin���hnf.-  I'allon to wash il clean, MotoHsts drivo at  slow speeds during lhe flr.sl  minutes of  ,r��hi.���;, AV.pl'1 '"') QviloJ.  maiioeiivrcs    and  p bt'nkb gradually,   ,   ��� ���   ,  Don't mess  it-Tup-  ^t^flf^S'tTfi^ H&ti. ifyt  M*p.;*4vi;i,��  1  SUNSH  T CREDIT UNION  WKarf ot Cowrie, P.O. Box 375  Sochelt Pliono 885-9551  -,H*hMHi��ta*i>Wa<ai^aaf'��"N����MMa����i"a��a��a��a��iw"wa*w^  YOUOWHIT  *4^w.4mJmfy^^  If PAYS - FOU EXAMPLE:  ONE YEAR TERM DEPOSIT-  withdrawable on demand  Earns Interest at 6% per annum  "  '. Paid nnd Compounded Quarterly  or itiny bo withdrawn Sn cnsli,  OTHER PLANS and SERVICES-  ,, * *;Vi,; *nw����al Aa.��������f-a��a.a��a^  2ASK7XTS  OFFICE HOURS;  10,00 >.;m: to 4:00 p,m;.  Tuesday to Saturday  .  SCH^Ot OPENING ..���,,.....,��...,..  Tuesday., September 5: Roqhiratlon of students now to District�����  '.frdm^r'OQ^m^^SiOOTp.nv 7  " '77.��� 7 777 777 ' .: ." 7',  Wednesdgy, September,6;.School In sess|on,8;40,Q.m,-3;l0 p.m.  Students should como prepared for a full regular school clay,  > with notebooks; pons, pencils, etc, ,  " ���,..,..... ,���:...;,.,.,,  pees ^re due and payable 1J19. first day of school.  -�� ��� - Grade"8"8<":9.': ���.��� - -44.50- ��� ��� ��� < ���������- -   Grades 10, 11, 12 5,00  wtwMw4^ius.^ijruflQP  IMo textbooks will be issued unless fees are paid,  No locks will bo available at the school, ancl students should  ,, purchase.ono. Lockers will bo given out tho first clay.  ^m  irB,>W4]'i^':n.,,,';iv:^:7;',f,T-atBta  2, WORKING  STUDENTS *       v  must register tho first fifty, nnd must be In renu.ar attendance by  ,mwSopt'eTiib6ri 5rN6TeF"r'onr^raliwwlll'b*elQkeiraftor 5eprembor*-|  " ' .15.   -    "    ��� "7        ,     '  3. TEACHER AIDES:  1 |Any adults wishing lo asfJf.t the school In Hs.oducallonal pro-    I  ��� grammo as aides ore'askod to contact, tho principal.  m4..JNDUSXRIAL.EpUCATI9N:_L. r  Tho senior construcl|bn class needs pro|ccts on a contract basis������  o,g. parages, cottages, o|q, Ploqso contact itlie principal, ,  5,  GRADUATION:  ^^����.GraduatJon.,coromonlcs.wllUbcH1held��ScpterT)ber,23^at^8���p,,m.wln^  tho Elphinstone auditorium. ,���,,,,  D. L. MONTGOMERY,  Principal,  Tel, No.-886-2204 ..,,��''.��� ,     '  "/I.'-  ���pi'.V-1  1*) V    )'  ,, , 7 ,77,w.# ���',.*>.,i'H,-i.<'*'*it**tr^>yi^ltU'%.7,i^ i-....  SCHOOL BUS SCHEDtJLES���SEPTEMBER 6th, 1972  SECHELT MOTO,R TRANSPORT .  Driver-���J. Ironside  SECHELT DEPOT   .....7:25  Crowe Road    .....,-.7:40  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  7:50  Avaton   ..  7_.__ _���._1���:___8:05  Dog Patch *���    %  :8:10  Port Mellon           8:15  Forbes Road      ___���.8:2'5  -ELPHINSTONE  SCHOOL   .,,^,8;30  Driver���J. Mullens  A.M. Only  Pratt Road  ....   Joe  Road   .    Smiths  Roberts Creek Store  Hall Road & Highway  ELPH1NSTON E SCHOOL  Dog Patch ���.,..'._.  Port  Mellon  Port  Mellon���Leave  Twin Creeks ......  LANGDALE  SCHOOL  Hopkins Landing  Bracewells     Soames Point (Feeney Rd.)  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  Feeney  Road  ..Bennetts. ___. ..���-���  Hopkins Landing  LANGDALE  SCHOOL  ...7:20  ...."..7:28"  .  7:29  .    7:30  . . 7:33  7:50  8:10  8:12  78:15  8:20   8:25  ...8:27  8:28  8.29  ...8:35  .... 8.32   8:33  .    8:40   8:45  \\. Rankin  SECHELT DEPOT  Selma Legion   Mission Creek  Wilson Creek  Tyson Road  Camp Site  Lockyer Road  Pine Road  VV. Elay  SECHELT DEPOT           .7:25  Brooks -        -7:30  Nor-West & Mason Rds. 7:32  Tpuma         .7:33  Mason & Highway 101 7:34  Newtons       .  .          7:35  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL 8:02  Nestman Road - - - ......8:20  Residential School.     ...8:23  SECHELT SCHOOL 8:28  Newtons   - -  8:33  Wakefield    -.8:35  Turn & Trail Acres  Lawson  ___. 8:39  WEST SECHELT SCHQOL    .8:43  Brooks   8:45  SECHELT SCHOOL 8:50   .,...7:5f       8:00  .    ._ 8:05   8:06   : 8:07  2.77777 8:69    8:10    8:15  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  8:20  Pratt Road (Chaster)  -8:25.  Piper Road .._.8:26  RiiUliffs  8:27  Prices   7 8:30  Swallow Road  ...8:31  Pratt & Gower Pt. Rd.     ...8:33  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL     . .8:37  GIBSONS SCHOOL ..      8:38  Djriver���Elaine Miles  SECHELT DEPOT ._.,...   Nestman Road .  Davis Bay Wharf    .  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL ..  Cemetery  English Road  :rL'eeir..RoHtl^  ��� Peninsula Hotel  JVIcLeods, Roadt.r.,,..^,.,.,,,,., ,; ���  Joe Roftd & 101 r...   Joe &. Lower Road .  Bayview Roi\d  -..-.���    .7:45  7:47  .7:50  .   .8:10  8:15  8:K>  -s.8:lft   8:19   .8:21.  ._!...__8:22   ...8:23   8:?5  Driver���^C. Carter  C. C. Lawrence7. 7. .....7:18  Lpnegren   ..7. 7:20  Swans ..7:23  Lawsons      ....7:25  Wakefield 7:27  Gordons ,.7:29  SECHELT SCHOOL 7;3Q  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL  7:50  Residential School ��������� ._, 8:1 p  iuireka Road       8:23  ^OniierS--,^'p��l.::..1..:...,i_^.;:y.v.v,,ppv  Jorgensons ,    Redrooffs & 101   WEST SECHELT ELEM.  ,,MelcalL,Rp^d.������,sr--B_-,v,;KB��OTW..^-.^  RP^ERTS CRpEr; SCHOOL.,...8:.3Q  SECHELT SCHOOL  Tyson Road  Wilson Creek .     .  -Mission Point Bridge  Whittako & Hay Road    ...  'Kingdom. Hall   SiPCMULT SCHOOL  ...  Driveif���ih Crlsfcnsoii  Eorcs^^prner, ,, ..,  Nelsons  'Booming" Ground        , Roblll'tards r .,   SECHELT SCHOOL  Jncksons ..:...���   ELPI^NSrl1ONE SCHOOL  Glbbs Roiul   .i...::u  fi,35  ' 8:37"  8:42  m$  8:46  ,.8:50  Piriyer-r-Jack Nelson  SECHELT DEPOT    Residential School   .  Selma Pm'k U^ion   B,al)u"s7, '.,,;���. ,.,....;:.,���:.. ; .7,;:..."   Olclorshnw "Road  Faluro,n fi,\nv   ���7:25  ei;p,hinstone:j?chool ...  I��i    Vuon.Fnrm . ..��� '.   7m_ "',   7,35    RoBldetiTRtl S.9lu>ol    * 7 7;4()"'.Whlunkor Roiul 7......7,.;: :,'   7:45   Bl^ Maple Motol .%   ���8:18    Lockyer Roa,d .2.a*...'2 ,.  .i.-;i[8}25.*.  8.27  .-..8:29.,,   8:33  8:40   8:45  F,l*?i,;m.SWIr>J'^��'*lp>v*fii*<   .i.7:30   7:32   7:35   7:45  7.7:50  .   .7:53   8:00.  ..,..8:05   8:20   .8:25   8i3Q  ,,,���,. 8i35��  .���...8:3^  RobertH��G"l'oek��Sol'lool^v,-��i��.^*^4.i>����u.���8!40���*  "S" Turn���Trnllor Court        . ...8:55  Selma Park, Legloft  8'3*.  SECIIE1/LSCII0QL^.^,.W..8:45    GIBSONS SCHOOL  ,.r9:00  NOTE: For further lnform<ulon> rcgnnllng Seehelt Motor Trimsporintlort rottttja  please'call 88S-22I7..  M/\RKI.K MYKRS���PRND1.R HARBOUR TRANSPORTATION  Wus No. I���llaalfmoon Buy���Rlemcnlnry ISliiilviil"*  /Includes Garden Buy and Irvine's Landing. Loaves B, & J, Store 7:30'n,m,  Pcpnriiiro time will bo rcylsca on completion of road Improvements, ���  . Dim lN[o. aV-Riw^^  Includes Francis Peninsula. Leaves' Wesl EgnKm. 7.45 a.m.  ...........    .... ,,��.!',, .���. ,   , ,     ,  Iti^ii NoT3���WwicIn Pcnhwufur���Sccoiwlury S^udpnlA  includes Madeira Pork, Pender Hart>our, also-Irvine's Landing nnd bardon  Buy siudcnts. Leaves West anil Francis PqhliMiiliji.pt 7145 n.m,    " '  ILnny, Xurlbcr information Is rcciulrcd rcgnrding the above rotftes, plenno coll  LMark Myers at 883-2347. __  PARKNTS ARIVREMtlNOI-b'TPAir tlffi mf�� ��AY QFAtTENDANCR '  vor sTiJiiiimvs is .Wednesday, September ,6th, .and. they , ,\yw^:  ATIEND EOR Till. FUIX SCHOOL DAY. SCHOOL BUSSES WH4<  ",    ��� OPERATE'ACCWHNOLY. '   "��    "���;/-"��� 7;  m  V* F'?"t.  'I" '  S, '  1.4  l>   (}4 4. .'j *f^*~ 'V     l''  *rrk  ��im|BH��wefni��mi4WMi>^^  ^��fiiimimimmmi^'��  t*m*mm4^mms)mm H   '(If,     A.        V,  \  -_&.j_.s&^,iSi -  -       ..       .      .\-V.4.       .      ���  ��� i ���'   ils, '  \    i n...  A  \.  \      4    ���   ,      ��       .       ."��.  \  Times report . .,.    ,  Pensioner group chairman  denies teacher affiliation  REPORT in last week's Times th-tt Tom  Alsbury, Chairman of the "Pensioners '  for Action Now" organization,' had been *���  claimed   by   the  teachers'   ''Political   Action Committee"' to have entered  into a  merger would appear  to be, as  we suggested, so much subterfuge.  Taken to task by I local Vesident for  his alleged involvement, Mjr. Alsbury  replied denying such a merger and  claiming he was rriisreported by some  radio, reporters. As stated in the Times,  lhe news release from the teachers group  contained a picture of Alsbury together  with the co-chairman of the Teachers'  Political Action Committee. Copy with  the -picture stated the two had held a  press conference August 4th to release  news of their merger. Alsbury was referred" to as head of the "Pensioners for  Action Now" group. Inference was that  he was acting in that capacity. \  In his letter to Mrs. Mary Tinkley,  Alsbury  states:  I have your letter of August 10. I  am giving it serious thought. In view of  your attitude that. I am "going to destroy" the Pensioners for Action, and a  lew other somewhat vicious attacks on  me from a few people, I have to reassess my  position.  I really don't feel like going on trying  to serve the cause of -pensioners as I  have for the past eight months on a  strictly "non-partisan" basis, without  leaning toward or against any party,  government   or   opposition.  I was one of the originators of this  group. I proposed the "non-partisan" policy we have been working on, which is  ..__��.._;_���]��� tlie statement of .the pension .policy  of all parlies, and then let them decide  how lo vote. I have not, and don't intend  to tell anybody how to vote. I have not  ut "any time' as-chairman of the pensioners, or even as an individual, said we  were oul to "smash" Social Credit or  any government. The teachers said that.  Thai is their right if they wish. I don't  join them  in that.  1 am not "negotiating" as you put it  with the BC Teachers' Federation. I am  nol, and have not, negotiated with any  'other group. I have not said on behalf  of Pensioners that they are "joining or  uniting with" teachers or any group���  "lTTljof, "clTurches,  or what have you.  What I have said is that when these  groups told.us in response to the "non  partisan" pleas we were making for. their  public support of our drive for $150 basic  pension plus,supplement, and ah easing  of the burden "of education taxes on senior   citizens}   we  welcome   their   support.  Because we welcome their support of  our pension policies, does not mean that  we endorse the "smash" political policy  of the teachers, or the wage and other  policies of labor, or of the policies of the  Catholic, Anglican, United or other  churches which have indicated their support of our. pension  policy.  What would you have me do on behalf of our Group? Ask for public support on a "non-partisan" basis and then  refuse to acknowledge their public en-  dorsation just drive for $150 pensions?  I really find it difficult to folllow the  reasoning of some of my critics.  It is not -my fault if some radio reporters take my statements and distort  them, or incompletely report them. I  was very careful to point out we were  merely welcoming their support, that we ,  were not "joining" oi^ "uniting" with  them, and did not endorse their policies.'  I have several times corrected the  position in the press, on radio, and on  TV. But you. and a few others, appear to  want to believe the incorrect reports of  commentators, but not to believe that  I am telling the truth.  You know, Mrs. Tinkley, some of you  in remote areas don't know what it is to  be in the front line, to be called on daily  for statements to press, radio and TV  and to have tb make them if we are to  get publicity for support, kno-wing that  one is subject, as any public figure is on  controversial issues, to distortion, wrong  emphasis, and downright incorrect interpretations of what one really said." Ask  any politician, or churchman or what  have you, and you will get the same reaction.  You are going to complain to your  Senior Citizens' Association? Why? They  are not associated with us. They are not  to blame for what you consider our  "political" action. In fact, I rnay add,  from the top officers of the senior citizens alone, we have had nothing but  criticism and opposition, although we  have tried to, and have, cooperated with  all groups through the Feder.ated LeglsTa*-"  tive Council. So, please don't make another mistake by protesting to them for  7  Page B-^8  , The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 30. 1972  what you consider our "sins."-"  I have not attacked the Social Credit  or  any   party,  as  you  say   the  BCTF  is -  doing."  .  You _say,_ I repeat,\7'yp_ are going to  destroy" Pensioners for Action Now." I  have done much to found and build this  rnovement. 1 was the prime mover in the  adoption of its "non-partisan" policy,  which I formulated. I hope I do nothing  to "destroy" it, and tos ensure that I  shall not I am now seriously considering  whether I should withdraw, and allow  those of you who are critical (of something I did not do) find a suitable alternate who can take over and head up this  all-important drive between ndws and the  two, provincial and federal, elections.  \  V  \.  \ -  Says provincial eniornoloaisi . . .     \  Pesticide statements  called verbal garbage'  "MUCH   of   statements   made   by   some  members of a seminar on pesticides is  verbal   garbage   and   one   of   trie   worst  forms of pollution being perpetrated today," said C. L. Neilson of Victoria, pro:x  v.nc'ia'l 'entomologist,   in   referring   to   a;.  report  of seminar on pesticides held by :  Newton Ratepayers' Assoc|atioi_ recently.'  Neilson  is  chairman  of  the  inter-departmental   pesticide  committee   for   the  provincial   government,   "and. responsible  lor   pesticide   regulations   ahd   programs  for British Columbia. .      . v  . But, whoever you get, will have to be  ready, as I have been, to give paid employment, to devote full time without remuneration, at his own expense:, For eight  months now I have worked long hours  7 days a week, donated my1- time, knowledge, experience, car, wit'e's-^ufrie, office  supplies and equipment, and goodness  what else as well as a considerable sum  of cash. Oq top of all this, I am not prepared to go on taking the type of abuse  I have received recently, not from you,  but some very biased people, politically,  because they think I have taken a stand  (which as I have repeated I did not)  against   their   party.  Whoever takes over, will be subject  to the same pressures for public press  and radio statements, and subject to the  same hazards of being incompletely, incorrectly,   or   inadequately   reported.  Lastly, as I do not wish to contribute  in any way to "destroying"- this Pensioners' Movement, I certainly will carry  on until someone who is competent, ready, willing, able to carry on, takes over.  Then I will make my contribution at .a  much lower rank in the executive and  administrative   organization.  7   THANK YOU/J  \.'". ���'.:���'    e    ���������   7    ��� ���'.'       . ��� '-������'���  -i Careful 17  ���.','*~��_ft.':.,;.'';'7  PREVENT iFORitST^FIREsf  Neilson objected to the inferences by"  Mis. Doiicet, and others of similar viewpoint, that food'grown by use of chemical  fertilizers and pesticides are not fit for  human consumption. Or, at best, are apt  to carry dangerously high amounts of  pesticide residues which may be harmful..  He pointed out that foods in British  Colmbia are monitored both by federal  and provincial government officials.  "Any foods appearing for sale in British Columbia are certainly safe for  human   consumption,"   Neilson   declared.  Later, Dr. H. S. Gerber expanded on  this aspect. He is stationed at the Clover-  dale district office of -.the Department of  Agriculture. He is an entomologist, working with the producers of the Lower Fraser Valley.  MUST "COMPLY  ��� Gerber pointed out that food products  and produce is tested. A certain tolerance  has been set out for each food, and also  for each chemical used as a pesticide,  fungicide, weed killer, or other form of  chemical   control.  If a shipment of produce is found to  have a residue higher than allowed by  the" B.C. regulations, then it cannot be  marketed. The growers, therefore pay  close attention to the types of material  which they can use, the amounts, and  the very im'portant matter of timing.  There are specific time limits set���for  example, the grower may not harvest  carrots until at least 10 days after spraying for the carrot rust fly.   Neilson said that B.C. programs and  regulations have been drawn up after  searching regulations and reviewing re-  seaTxlr"d(nie~l^TcaiglTout Canada, United  Stales  and  Britain.  The   provincial    entomologist    stated  flatly that there is no massive aerial  spraying done ki British Columbia.  "Therefore -Mrs. Doucet should not talk  about aerial spraying in the context of  food; production," he said.  vHe could only think of one large  ���aerial spraying program carried out in  British Columbia.! That was many years  ago, on northern Vancouver Island to  Ijfandje an outbreak of spruce budworm.  '!:'"���' On any spraying done in the forests,  the programs 'are reviewed by the inter-  -dep^ttmental-(X)mmittee on pesticides.  .Departments represervtgd-^on^that com-"  mittee are agriculture, health, lands and  forests,  recreation  and  conservation.      '  ORGANIC FARMING  Organic farming is fine, the two biologists declared. Nobody would be happier than the farmer if they could eli-  * minate the extra labour and problems, of  chemical fertilizer and chemical sprays'  and dusts. But you will have to pay  more for your food.  He said that organic farming can be  put on a commercial basis only if the  customer is willing to pay much higher  prices v for his food. He must pay premium prices, to compensate for lower  yields and the portion of the crop "eaten  up by the bugs."  Under present regulations- the farmers  in British Columbia already face market  hazards. B.C. has restricted the use of  many sprays, and the industry has had  to substitute other materials. In some  cases this has added $30 an acre to production  costs.  B.C. vegetable producers must compete with those in the United States and  in Alberta, where���the- regulations are not  as restrictive.  ALTERNATIVES  There are alternatives to chemicals,  the government men pointed out. You  can hand-pick aphids from every plant;  you can hoe' 60 acres of carrots or beets  instead of using  weed killers.  Biological contro]l by itself, Neilson  'stated, is not' the answer. Neither the  farmer nor the consumer is willing to  sit back for five or six years while the  produce or the fruit is chomped up���  until the pests' natural predators build  up and get the outbreak under control.  v However,   spray   programs  plus   biol  ogical   controls   ari  shaping ��� up  npw' at  the   commercial' lever '    . ���  \ A .great amount of research has been  done on  this  in  the  orchard  country  of x  B.C., and pilot projects have proven that  biological control of the coddling month  is practical.     _ " --  The major problem is the backyard  gardener who only has one or two "fruit  trees.  It is Bard to locate all such trees, expensive to treat thenw-and difficult to  set up equitable cost sharing. Yet such  properties can remain as reservoirs of  pests, breaking downvthe whole system  of biological control. The same applies  to the vegetable. industry in Surrey.  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'7-7 .-  ���:7v-:St.$%tVi^77-:7,  ^ -*#f'|iKf.V'v  ���'   ���'���'���- - *yx%7?S^:::v7  .'.���'''y^vi-v 7  I     ���  /  1  Whenever you find, yourself in the  forests ofBritishJOolunAia��� during holidays or on weekend excursions ������ your enjoyzneTii of{ihf  naturalsdtrngvnHTh. erAaneedif  you recognize some, of ihe plan*  'species andVcanJdentify ihe more  ^mmonHnds qfirees^MricMiUaf  TBloedel has preparedihis 7>oo7clet to  *gire you a glimpse of some of wz  beauties of ihe forest and io explain,  how Das natural resource is cared'  ���for and is constantly renewed. We  hope ii tciU cmdnbute io yow  ujider&anding and'make your nod  5��_ZJt in Deforest a more rewarding  %��xperienee.  %  i  72A  T,   _tds-_n__ay be yonr year to  discover thatf-wheri you bmsh  against a swoijd fernon Hie forest  at gives off afcool, fresh aroma  thatis Ike noptheiv Or you may  see forjthe fest time that mmia-  tnrddhp&eat4oi Bxfcsh Columbia's famous "dogwood treesj, the  bunc-_ber_ry- ll has virtually the  same features] as the tree" but it,  grows only af ewinehesMgh- Per-  *___^y^jwilllhave;a chance to  experience f��if the fest time the  peen-3-_r__flenceoftheforestwliere  wood and bark.and moss absorb  the sounds of man and muffle  even--'the caD of a wood pigeon,  which yon might mistake for an  owl's hoot. J       I  If you have not yet begun to  make your acquaintance with the  greatforests of British Columbia,  or to learn their lessons, you have  some exciting experiences ahead  of you because the timbered regions of our province? contain  hundreds of fascinating specimens of the plant "world. Thousands of aererof forests, with their  lakes, streams and waterfalls,  have been set aside in parks and  preserves where their natural  treasuresare part of the heritage  of every British Columbian. They  are a vast laboratory for students  "andscientists. And they are right  at your doorstep.  As you gain knowledge of the  forests, you will have a better  understanding of how they are  used by man and how they will  serve him for generations to come.  More than three thousand different plants have been identified  in British Columbia and new ones  are?found every year. The vast  majority: of these are flowers arid  shrubs, some of great beauty an d  botanical interest. A few of the  tree species, however, have, in  addition to their beauty, tremendous value to man. The paper  on which these words are printed,  the lumber we use to build and  furnish our homes, and thousands  of other products of everyday  living have become so commonplace that we forget their forest  origins, just as some city children  think that milk comes from a  carton instead of a cow.  The forests of British Columbia differ according to the biotic  or "life zones" in which they  grow. Some of these are the Dry  Interior Zone, Interior Wet Belt,  Boreal Forest, Alpine Area, Coast  Forest and Gulf Islands. The  province's forest industry had its  origins in the Coast Forest Zone  and it is here that MacMillan  Bloedel operates its tree farms  and plantations. They contain  examples of those coniferous species which not only contribute to  B.C.'s natural beauty; they also  help to assure the people who live  here a comfortable standard of  living.  Trees are our most valuable  crop, but slow-growing and vulnerable to fire and disease. This is  the reason they are so carefully  protected. During hot, dry spells  the forests are occasionally closed,  to entry because of the fire hazard. Under some conditions even  the smallest spark can ignite a  fire that -will destroy the forest  growth of a lifetime and the risk  is so great that all visitors must  be excluded.  Cornus canadensis, the familiar bunch-  berry, is a miniature dogwood, B.C.'s  floral emblem. It grows on the forest  floor in conditions similar to those that  support the sword ferns or the false  lady slipper, Calypso bulbosa.  ;  /  /!  3A  1  ��� :*-  / T M.' !  ' JL o help you? identify ;the  most important tree specif in  the coast forests such as those  'managed by MacMillan Bloedel,  here are some distinctive features  to look for:   ;       j  DOUGLAS FTR-4 7.  JPseudoisuga menziesii  " The Douglas firfis the latest  tree native to Canada. It ifre-  quently grows to 200 feet in height  on the coast but some trees have  -reached 300 feet with a diameter  of lo feet. A form found in the  Interior is somewhat smaller.  Douglas fir is not a true firi Its  Latin name translates as "false  hemlock" bemuse its needles resemble those of hemlocks. True  firs are called "abies" by bota-  hists. | ;     .  "TBark on mature Coast specimens may be 4 to 12 inches thick  and deeply furrowed. On young  tree_ut is thinner, grey in eolour  and marked by resin blisters]  -Douglas fir needles are about  1 inch long, slightly flattened.  "You can always! make anf accurate identification of Douglas  fir by looking at? tbe cones, j Between the scales are bracts with  three prongs, the centre one  longer than the side prongs. This  characteristic gives'you unfailing  identification of this species.'  - Wood of the Douglas fir is  extremely strong and is used for  large structural timbers, plywood, lumber, interior finishing,  siding and flooring! Residues and  trees unsuitable for lumberiare  turned into pulp and paper. \  - :       *   i     I .  WESTERN REDfCEDAR ���  Thuja plicaia        |  3n Canada,; western red cedar  grows only in British Columbia  and the largest specimens fare  found on Vancouver Island. Trees  grow to 150 to 200^ feet high and  up to ���ight: feet| in diameter.  Some western red cedars 800  years old have been found ih the  Coast region.-       | I "  - Red cedar bark is thin, stringy  and fibrous. It can be peeled off  in "strips and Indians found it  useful for weavingiinto mats and  other items. -;.       }  The leaves are fscale-like \and  overlapping, in pairs. Whenfyou  stroke them against the grain the  surface feels, smooth. This}distinguishes the red cedar" from  -yellow cedar which has prickly  leaves. Cones are Jbnly about 34  inch long,    k       \   '��� :  7 Wood of the red cedar is light,  soft and fragrant. It resists decay  and is ideal for shingles, shakes,  siding, panelling and for interior  trim. Cedar is also used to make  pariieleboard and|pulp.  WESTERN HEMLOCK -  Tsuga heterophyUa  Western hemlock is f oin id only  in the wet belts of British (Columbia and, with abundant riinfall,  it grows to a height of 120 to 160  feet with a trunk 3 to 4 feet thick  at the base. You can always identify the hemlock from a distance  by its tip or leader whichj tas a  graceful droop.  Hemlock bark is russet    oured, turning darker on mature  trees. It develops flat, furrowed  ridges.  Needles are about 3^ inch long;  with two white lines on| their'  undersides. The small cones are  no more than an inch long  Western hemlock is thv most  valuable source of pulpwood in  British Columbia. It is a_s<k used  as lumber in general constr action  and for mouldings.  SITKA SPRUCE ���  Picea sitchensis  tree  that .  Seldom .  from, ,  of all J  The Sitka spruce is a  loves tidewater and it is  found more than 50 mile,  the "ocean. It is the largest  the spruces and is most atra ndant  in the Queen Charlotte Islands,  Mature trees can be over 250 feet  in height, up to 10 feet or  in diameter.  The bark is very thin in  reddish brown scales. Need  y_ to \y_ inch long, very  and they bristle out on al  of the twig. The Sitka  produces a cylindrical cqije  to 4 inches long with thiii  scales that are wedge-shaped  finely serrated.  The wood is nearly free  fects and is straight and  grained. In British Columbia  valuableaslumberand pu'  more  large,  esare  sharp  sides  spruce  2H  stiff  and  of de-  even-  itis  Iptaood.  Island  BALSAM FIR ���  Abies aTnaoilis  Balsam fir, or Amabilis  one of the most handsome  in the forest, which accounts  the fact that one of its  names is "lovely fir" anc  sometimes used for lane  purposes. It is confined mop  the western slopes of the '  Range and Vancouver Isls  grows to a height of 80 to  100 feet and the trunk is  3 feet thick.  Cone of the balsam fir is  dark purple in colour, 3  inches long. The scales are  as broad as they are long.  Needles are about 11  long. If you remove a  will leave a perfectly  on the twig. This is one  identify the..true firs.  Balsam is a prime  groundwood pulp for ne  and is also valuable for  fir, is  trees  for  cojnmon  it is  landscape  tlyto  Coast  It  about  l^to  ���A  round  erect,  _ to 5  almost  ��i  inch  nejedle it  scar  way to  source  of  wsprint  llunher. length 2 to 3 inches  DOUGLAS FIR  length \i inch  WESTERN RED CEDAR  length 1 inch  WESTERN HEMLOCK  length 2Y_ to 4 inches  SITKA SPRUCE  length 2}4to5 inches  BALSAM FIR  5 A a;  n  Taa  :-_i  7J  . @  I  {  I  n British Columbiayouhave 1  a |dde choice of forest enwop- f  mints to explore 4��� mature rain j  foJ��5^dense|mo_-s-{S)THr^,clog- j  geownbdebris, or,seeondgrowth . I  pofests in areas that were logged j  fesf-lier but where young trees !  pive become Istabbshed to pro- j  diee a new crop for the future, j  III the latter ypu __i_e more likely j  td find iopei. wdoSi-Sijls where 1  thriving young vegetation pro- j  Titles a source of food and cover |  for deer, bear and other forest ]  aTJirrK-l?-,       |~ __  pn the ease of huge irildeniess \  re_srressuchfas Stiatheona Pro- -j  -ri|ici--l I^rkf ��� a half nrnfliqn  ^a^-es set aside in central Vancon- '  7t4t Island ���faeces is by public |  roads. In forests under manage- j  mint by various forest products ]  companies,, logging "roads, built \  and Tmamtained by these com- j  plnies, are open to viators" cars \  wb.ennotmTisebylc3ggingtrnck5. |  3| is hazardous for vehicles that ]  not d-redoed by radio dispatch ]  to be oh the!reads with logging]  traffic. Hikers, however, are al-j  wpys Jxee-toftiaYel m areas that;  a|e not bang actively logged, un- *  legs thef orests are closed because  of hazardou^J-cre* conditions.  1 YouwHl encounter duringyour  t*avE_b In ths~forest many areas  tiathavebefen logged/^wherethe  trees havebeen hauled off to mills  f^r conversion into wood and  paper prodnct-3* In TBritish Co-;  himbiaj hanfeted lands .are soon! i  gj-eened ovtsg assioring us natural." ;  beauty as wall as a healthy f orest* -"  iidustry. Torestsarearenewable|  risource, and this is part t>f a pro-f  efess of hzirvesting and planting^ **  that is.ealled sustained yield. It? .  ii a form of agricultural eropT&j  i :  tation_.in which {some stands of  trees are tended] and brought to  maturity while mature crops in  other stands arefharvested.  No more wood is harvested in  one year- than -is added byjiew  growth. Ota- company, just one  of many forest companies in the  province^ plants at least three  trees for each one it cuts. By the  end of 3.972 we mD have planted  80 TmTHon young trees in the  coastal areas of this; province.  Logged over lands are quickly  returned to production either by  natural re-seedirfe or by planting.  The new forestsjare left to grow  for 80 years or so before they are  harvested and during that period  they are available for public recreation, if  By managing! the forests" according to scientific methods the  company! has .been able txxin-  ere2se wood^jro&uction per acre  by "op to 40%. The forestsare not:  "depleted Sbeeause they are eared  for just as a farmer cares ior his  wheatiorhis pofatoesJ  If you should visitTforests- cm  Yancouver Island, you ean drive  to one of -Canada's pioneer experimental tree jfarms started by  MacMTlTan iBloedel 34 years ago  in the Ash River Yalley- It is a  short drive from Port Alberni and  it is perhaps the earliest example  in B.C. of a professionally managed forest on a large scale*. Since  it'dates from 1938, it is an? excellent prototype of the forests of  the future.Prom=the earliest days  the valley was the scene of carefully controlled planting, ^generation by. seed trees and} other  experiments, including helicopter  seeding. When mature trees were  cut. new ones quickly took then-  place, their growth was carefully  observed and measured,   f  Fortunately, work in the Ash  River Yalley was not stopped by  World War II. When wartime  manpower shortages eliminated  planting crews, a group of schoolboys from forest-conscious Port  Alberni mounted a volunteer effort to keep up the annual tree  planting ^hedules. Until the end  of the war they and a f ew teachers, supervised by MacMillan  Bloedel foresters, kept the work  going. *_ f   '.  Today, those schoolboys are  mature men, many pf them MIB  employees. The seedlings they  ^planted are now 50 feet tall and  will grow on in the valley until the  boys who.planted them are very  - old men, in their nineties at least.  -- _. r f^M  a^3^.��_gS&f  s^-stXr -?.i^r*i,. ,-ptf?  i i   : - j :      -        1    -  The groirp c^ Tbrcer right icsre young Tohzxicers Tc-Ji&helped _nat3iic_a -tree  ^ic7iH_3 .cherbil.s __so5x_7 World TFsr|U- Upper right, hssl. stand- of  JDoiijlc-t jir, pT__tcd in 1329 in ike Ash JSirsr YaUey. Average lieighi vf  tkssg trscs is pw>_r er��r 50 jest. __e centre scene above is a section of  toggsc-orer _z_d ready for Te-jylsstfug.l   ���;  BA  1  Facing page. ThistoveraU -view of a managed forest shows a new crop of  young trees ireU established on the slope at the right and, in the background, Hocks of hjiainre'timber left for future harvesting surrounding  freshly logged areas.  _ tether in areas like Ash  River! Yalley or in older forests  and parks, nature's variety is  everywhere, but you must tread  carefully- Look before you stepor  you may crash the fragile white  Hooni of a trilfinm, onlyhne or  two inches acros. 7 j |  ! ^Remember, the tri_hum,t the  dogwood, the Ted rhododendrons  and the cassia tree are all protected 3>y!!law in British Golum-  hia. This applies, not onlyjto the.  plants themselves, but tp the blossoms which must not be picked.  In tiusproTineeyouiieverheed  stray yeryiar off the road to find,  inmpisf, J shady bottom flands,  those!forest plants much!less  spectacular but with their_ own  beautyin miniature. There is the  2r___idea_ha3r fern with its tblaek,  sbinyistems;!devil's dub with  poisonous! thorns, large inaple-  Eke leaves and red berries in  August, and the odorousjskunk  cabbage with! its bright fyellow  capes In spring. Tt has the largest  leaves of any native plantf some-  timesffhree feet long andfajfoot  wide-jOur familiar salal with  __h5ny|-leathery leaves and the  Oregon grapearepr-zedbyitonsts  for flower arrangements. t -.  7i     7When Vie gttnxhZne.qf earis spring  1 " ^DOvaiheJore^jiooT, cmengjht^-i  7_\ts_isto respond cn fhe xhxnk cabbage,  ___^__t_itan, vJuch sends vp VrighL i/glow  | cspalk^ontht'UcseijotTr. aid  "bratJanfem -whose fronds unfold from _  -   . iigJ&jvddiskbroi-nunL  *    *��*___^"%_*_,-_    ������ "        ������   ���        - i  'jf~z? "-J- "'"'J. * *��  __�����  * ���        . r_  .     _���  ' :'    t  1  **���**    +    -  _-^-��_> T -_ -A  3  *_^     T_ +__**_ -rt�� ������_. *-j -i  .���saV^S !-S.p���^i*'- ,      _���������     -.��._'  I.iBBSj. -  V,-"   'T" I -   .' V-   *  _ * _,   ,  _8i^\*-%-i 3_&*r&-:  _y -s      =_ *�����?  ^.-i 9^7 *&��""  ���_" "t��>  ����;��� f_\ <��� * ��sq_��^  Top- Mushrooms, or sporophores, are oftxnlmely to look at and they ��j**VW^ f  of fungi in rain-washed forests, but some kinds are poisonous and they should be leji  alone 'unless you are familiar vritfi them.     I I  Bottom left ��� The showy white parts of the dogwood blossom are not petals  but bracts. The flower is the green cluster infhe centre. The tree is protected by law  Centre right - The trillium, which is native to B.C. forests, can ���?.}*^��2rart.  with another species. It invariably has tiireeleaves and three petals. It is becoming rar>  in places and it, too, is protected. I  Bottom right - Bell-like flowers of the salal, Gaultheria shallon, ^ej��ll^edby  blue, mecdy berries which were used by Indians for *V���V ?\\��*C?]���-J^^rf  toughsteZ defy the winter snows and it can grow to a height of 10 feet\or more.  9A  bear and raccoon are familiar  nts of the forests and most visitors  them well. But watch for the  Te pika,or cony (top right). The size;  guinea pig, he lives, on vegetation  ���h he harvests, dries in the sun like  and then7stores under rocks or logs*  ikfekeeping. 


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