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 *53t Canadian Granhi/*  f��^.    ��.   ���'���  204;fte8t  6th Avl.. Indys^  fouver 10,  3.  .Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), Including Port Mellon, HopkinsLoiidlng. Gronthoms Landing, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  Wilson Cr?ek, Selma Park, Sechelt,.Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove,, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park,-Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol.  11, No. 33 ��� WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1974  Olaussen ends third . . .  Im,  By DON MOBBERG ���  Special  to Peninsula Times  POWELL BIVER-^The first poll told the  'any changes.-The liberals had1 regained  Coast Chileotin.  (For the second election, the Conserva  story   Prom distant Toba Inlet, the ' tive vote has taken the seat away from  count cane. Pearsall was in front, Green-    *** inmmV^M  t�� &h* l��Rt. federal elec-  away second, Olaussen third and Kara-  gianis nowhere.  Two hundred and. twenty-four polls  later, it was still Pearsall, Greenaway;  Olaussen" and Karagianis.  Following "ttie national trend, the voters turned their backs on the NDP and  went liberal. liberal Jack Pearsall was  the incumbent. In the last federal elee  tion,' MP Paul St.' Pierre blamed his loss  on the Tories taking from the top.  Again this year,701aussen will have  to look among aithfi Tory votes'for some  of has lost popularity,   r,  Olaussen was again popular in Powell  River but most of the' voting in the Se.  chelt and Gibsons area1 was split between  leading    the voting with    225  of  the the Conservative Greenaway and liberal  239 polls  Sporting.   He' had   10,015 Pearsall. The interior was the big q��--  votes compared with   Progressive Con- tion mark. It got answered as again  servative Lome Greenaway's  9,635, in- Liberals and PCs took the lion's share  cumbent MP Harry, Olaussen third with >of .the ydting leaving Olaussen out in the  8,577 and Independent Gerry KaragMb �����'1  cold.  371.  Returning otfificer Ross Monk was reluctant to_,oflficiaUy declare'a winner with.  400 votes still outstanding, but everyone  in the office and at the campaign headt-  quarters" knew that' there wouldn't,.be  GIBSONS���The long arm of coincidence  ,' touchecl a Gibsons family recently  when Steve, 14, and Julie, 6, children' of  Richard and Betty Macedo, found a bottle  floating in ithe waters off their Gower  .Point home.      , ��  inside was a note penned by young  Ralph Bushmeirer of Montclair, California, and dated July 1, 1973.  The amazing coincidence of the whole  incident is that in July, 1973, the Macedos  were living in a small U.S. town called  JiVest Covina^only 12 miles from'Montclair.  ��� THe letter was contained in an empty  Mateus Rose bottle. The wine is imported  from Portugal, which brings us to the  .second coincidence. Richard Macedo hails  from Portugal.'    ,   ,  Steve^andvJulie*plan to start'writing  * the bargain. They were faired-by the  i municipality under a provincial government summer employment program. Here, some of them clean up  LINDA' Martin,  occupational   rthera_>ist    area outside local library.  ���with .Canadian Arthritis and Rheunia- - "-   ���    -  LOCAL YOUNGSTERS had opportu-    .. .      . M   ,  mty last week to' help beautify Se-    More tunas expected , . .  chelt and earn spending, money into  MP JACK PEARSALL  .... from first _ poll  tism Society will be at the wheel of -tthj*  occupational therapy van, when it' .visits  the Sunshine Coast, between July-15'ahd  July 19.    ��� ,       . <   " a  Miss Maittin .will be' treating patients  through _refenral 'by their family physicians and will be' located at the public  health unit in Gibsons on July 15 and  16. ' >  , Purpose .of the van, which travels the  Sechelt Peninsula twice a year, is to keep  patients  with' arthritis  independent  in  their own homes.  Careful assessment of each patient's,         ^  to .their' new-found  correspondent. But    functional abilities and disabilities is step    cau_Jea by weather and temperature con-  they say they'll stick to the conventional    No. .1 for.Mas Martin. Then, when nee-    d'itions, Kraft told The Times,  mail service. It may Just > faster than    cesswy, she will make working splints'.to ^   controversial red. tide,, as opposed  bottle post.  . t _    .   - fit the patrt joints, providing needed    to Recently reported "brown tide" is  support and reducing pain.' -caused by a plankton bloom which is car-  .* Sfce-caijnesjhe.tools of a Aoooakexy.   jSSSr^^Bk^the"water a&'fcgeettdlJar r"  too, to make ?_iecial shoe, adaptations, to    sh^m���h   fo^ ^ ^-atMi ^ ^ten  lessen pain of foot disabilities and pro-  SUNSHINE Coast Community Resource  Council has received a $300 start-up  grant from the  provincial government.  nounoed its intentions to establish community resource boards, council members  feared that their group would  become  The money will be used to further    redundant,  organize the body and cover mailing costs,      " But approval of the grant indicates  said John MacLeod, a spokesman for the'   that Victoria is prepared to  allow I the  THAT isn't a red' tide that has been reported in various sections of the Sunshine' Coast,.-said Ray Kraft, fishery officer.  It's merely a harmless seaweed bloom  council,  The group was established a year ago  to co-ordinate volunteers and support  services on the coast. First project undertaken by members was ,the mini-bus  drive, aimed at providing transportation  for needy residents between Port Mellon  and Egmont.  When the provincial government an-  ij,..-fp"  vide stability.  Many self-help aids for use around the  kitchen and bathroom of the home, all  help keep patients active.  The van is designed .to carry this  CARS service into communities which  normally do not have sufficient work for  a full-time occupational therapist; all  those special occupational therapy services, which are normally available in a  metropolitan  centre.  Physicians in the communities are  notified in advance when the CARS occupational therapist and van will be in  the area.  shellfish. When the shellfish are eaten  by people, the organism causes poisoning.  The brown tide is caused by a condition similar to the plankton bloom, but  is not the same as a red tide. Said a  spokesman for the department of fisheries  laboratory in Vancouver: "The labs are  doing cultures on the organisms to see  if they can produce toxicity (poisoning)  in shellfish."  ��� The lab reported that the organisms,  although similar to red tide are harmless.  "There were reports of this organism  producing poisoning in Japan, the spokesman said, "but water conditions are much  different' here. I would suggest that if the  council to carry on the role'of the proposed resource boards, MacLeod felt.  He said that .human resources minister Norm Levi "���personally authorized  payment of the grant. *"We hope to get  other grants for the various t sub-com-  mibtees," he added.  Joe Kampman. treasurer of the council; Saaid he was "most pleased that (the  government) has recognized' us as a functioning body, a Now,,we can get pur. pro-  grams tintifcrway." >���-,    ^i<z>--  At-a'meeting staged in Sechelt May  29 by the provincial government/council  members and other local representatives  were told that the coast area would likely be included in the West .Vancouver  - resource (board area.  Announcement of the,grant "puts an  GIBSONS���This  year's ' Sea Cavalcade  will start off on a musical note Aug.  2 when a 50-member naval cadet band    end to that," MacLeod felt,  from Comox performs in Dougal Park.  ��� Festival co-ardinaitor Diane Quigg told  The Tunes she had just received confirm-'  ation of the band's visit.  Afternoon fun for the 'children, Aug.'  2 will include a pet show and sports  tournament.  The following day, organizers have  set a full schedule  of events, ranging  J'"'1'"' laiiailaliiiiiai a> ���������������niiitiiiiiiii^  ! TIDES FOR THE WEEK 1  |      July 10th to July 16th, 1974       ��  | ot Point Atkinson |  s      ��� Not to bo uted for navigation ���,     ��  same thing happens again, people check v fj^ ^ renowned tugboat race to a  with us before eating any clams or oya.    foQn dance.  , - "7^" f \  !���'  'i<  /  i PI  JULIE, 6, AND Steve, J4, display   Gibsons from California In an ��mptly  message tat floated all tlie way ito   wine battle.   ,  THERE will be no daily late night sailings from Langdale or Horseshoe Boy -  regardless of what your summer 1974  ferry schedule says. (See editorial)  - (B.C. Ferries, in Its schedule, says that  after June 28 the Langdale .Queer} will  sail dlally from. Langdale at 10:30 p.m,  and from Horseshoe Day at 11:40 p.m.  Belay ithoitl  , Because of difficulties in finding trained technical crews such as mates and  englnemcn, ithe ferries will not run tho  late services daily but will run them  only on'Fridays and Sundays.  Tlio ferry authority has printed1 new  '���schedules���they're red���indicating this  fact, but ithousan^H of patrons are still  using their blue summer schedules on  tho misapprehension , that they will bo  able ,to get tho late sailings Monday  through SUndwy.  tfewy' oMldala suggest patrons pick  up new schedules,  sters.",  The brown tide puzzled'fisheries officials when it appeared all over Georgia  Strait over the weekend.  "Normally this kind of thing happens  when the weather has been very hot for  a long time, but we haven't had a condition lilce that here."  Scuba divers who were in one area,  where the brown tide was located said,  "once we got under the water, we realized  that lit wasn't mill effluent, MUl  For golfers, the Sea Cavalcade open  golf toujnament will start at 8 a.m. and1  continue throughout the day, featuring  36 hole- of medal play.  Also on Saturday will be the grand  parade, wending its way from Brothers  Park to the federal wharf, Sechelt Legion  pipe band will lead the entries.  This year's Sea Cavalcade queen will  be chosen on Saturday. Dances, drama  presented by the Raincoast Company,  square dancing and even a pirate ship war  e  M  5  M  la  M  s  kat  B  10  0452  6.8  13  0717  4.0  w.  0945  9.9  So.  0215  10.2  0242  5.3  0612  8.9  1035  13.6  11  0532  5.9  14  0010  12.9  Th.  1100  9.6  Su.  0802  3.0  0422  6.5  0345  11.0  '  1100  13.4  0732  10.7  12  0622  5.0  15  0050  12.9  Fr.  1135  9.7  M.  0857  1.0  0512,  7.8  0445  11.9  1135  13.1  ���  0857  10.2  'efiflueht floats on top of the water, but are'slated for the festival's second day!  this stuff swirled through the water like August 4, the golf tournament con-  clouds." Tlie brown tide was reported to tinues and Gibsons Wildlife Club will  have reached a depth of 30 feot in some stage a fishing derby at the government  areas. > wharf,  As soon as tlio tide was reported sam- Sabot sailboats will take over the tug-  pies were sent to Vancouver for analysis, boat course in the morning, with side-  Similar reports were coming in from all - winders showing their versatility In the  over Georgia Strait. afternoon.  16  Tu.  0145 12.9  0947 1.0  0535 12.6  0957 10.2  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES & SERVICE  !     mCURYLAEID     j  I    SECHELT 805-9626   _  liaiMaiiiiiiiaiUiiliit��iiMMiiiiMiiiiiiiiii|p|iiiiiilimiiiiiint?  MaiaaaaiaiaaaHaiiaiiiaMMiiaiiaaiiaii aiaan a laiaiaiiiuiHiiii.MHiiiia iiiiaaaiaiaiiaiaaiaiaiaia.iaiMaiMiaMiiiiiiliaaaaaiiiiaalaiaiaaaiaaaiiMaHiaioiliaiiMaiaiiaaiiaiiiiiiiKiaininiii  ���7,,7. ���;,...���-.,, ,,. 'JtR*a ..,..': ���..,'.���., 7 77,7,'. pi, ��  castings  by DICK  PHOCTOW  RECENT Visitors to the Sunshine Coast  were  Jimmy  nnd  Lillian  McLaxnln,  Jimmy, some of you '30a buffs may jre-  IHembcT, wns <world welterweight boxing  {Hittmploa "  Jimmy, Vancouver's only professional  boxing champion, do���1"1^1 tho pports  Rnpca dwlog tho '80s, Ho won tlio world  tie from Young Cotbott with a knockout in the tot round and wont on to  detent his initio many times. And who  tould forgot Jimmy's three meetings  ���With Bnxnoy Robb, In the first mntdx  Barney took ithe title from Jimmy nnd  ,Uiat I wouldn't mind such ��v Ufo, be replied: "When I wns your age, I was  thinking of a comeback."   *  ���      *   , ��� >  ���The world is suffering with an atomic  ache, eoya ' the kibiteejr,  . Fourth ot ��� July, American Independence Day (has passed, p but perhaps the  following comment from Samuel Eliot  Morlson in worth noting anyway:  Make no mistake; the American Revo-  lutilon wiw not fought to obtain freedom,  come to register," said Murrio.  A* noisy, 'backyard summer party in  one In the nolghborhoodi that you haven't  been invited to,  Nolo to Secholt Rod and Gun Club and  Gibsons Wildlife Club: The provincial department of jrccreatlon nnd conservation  Is screening applications for grants from  the Public Conservation Assistance Fund, ,  Tlio purpose ot tho fund ($50,000 In the  1074-78 fiscal year) is to assist clubi in  their conservation activities, provided that  clubs applying -for grants - f rom the f urtd  will also conilalbuto labor, material and'  some of their money to help In the projects that'qualify for vnsalstanco,  Guidelines state that a conservation  project may encompass a wide variety 'of  CTnservntlon* acttvltiea *"'Jncla<ttng~babitat  having a summer library, reminds libra- Ing of flsh or wildlife to lmprovo popula-  rjan Murrlo Rodman. tions,  stream nnd other  environmental  The library will be: each Wednesday clean-up projects,  from 10 a.m, to Jl p.m. during July and Ono Idea ihht comes to mind ImmcdlA-  August.                                           7, toly is tho slough, swamp or whatovor,  "All, children, visitors, too, are wel- ���aoq pogo A-2  >iiaiaiaaaaaaaaaitiaaiiiai|iiaaiiaiiiiaiaiauaiaaiaaaaaaaiaaiaiiiiaiaiaiaaiaiiiaiiaiiiaiiiiaiaaiaiaaiaiaiiiiaiaiaaaaiiiiiaiMiiiilllliil(iaMMililiainaiiiaiailiaaiaaiaiiaiaiaiaaialaaiiiaiai<iiiiaiiliiiiilMi>iiaiauii��   ..Jimmy ^  Ing, Tho third match vtm �� spilt decision,  going to Ross. "Boy, that Rosa could  suro hit," Jimmy recalled,  Jimmy's retired now and living in California but ho' ��nd Lllllnn and tholr daughter ��ndison-ln*law Jeannnd Jeny Boole*'  walt��er sand ,their .two youngsters camel  to, visit Lillian's' brothers and fflstcra-ln-  law Art and Marlon Cuplt and Ernie and  Plslo' Cuplt nnd her niece, Joan Proctor,  all df Roberts Creok,  When I commented  to Jimmy  that  how nlco It must bo to bo retired and  leans already has as colonials, Indepen-1  dence was no conscious goal, secretly nurtured In collar or Jungle by bearded conspirators, but a reluctant last resort, to  preserve "Jlfo, liberty, and the pursuit of  happiness.'"  .WlpWa*^'*  TED FITZGERALD of Socholt, loft, Looking on Is Klwnnimi Jim Munro, board, Winning ticket will l)o drnwn  buys ticket' In Kiwanis boat, drow Top prize Joloek fiberglass runabout August 4 n't Kiwanis salmon barbecue  from chib mombor Gary McDevitt.    complete with 25 h.p. Johnson out-   nt Gibsons wharf. 'I   r.  a  ^ 1  a  I  '_ \  ,       ., ,V ��� ���_ I-   _. -   r\ \       *.�� - ___* *  3*  I1 ..  a  Funds Ae/p out  ��� ��� ���  Poge A-2  -      The Peninsula. Times ,      Wednesday, July 10/ 1974'  jRMfflSMIIlllim^  1      . r  V*  notes successful year.  'J/  >  N:.  a   v.%  /**   f7 .  ***-��.  i  / i  i  i  - '    SBOHBLT���Funds raised by Sechelt Ele-' 'chased' from  Campbell's- Variety,  who,  inentary's Science Club enabled mem- ...said club president Sheri Stephens, gave  1    bers to purchase* pen flashlights,'micro-*'the club "a very..good- deaL". She ex-  scopes,  aquariums' and pumps,  animals \ pressed her apprieciation to Neil Cam_H  and, animal food.   * ' ,   ,77belL . '���..,���,  _  Part"of .the $480 raised was used .to  ''7_   "The plane, rides were .on* Tyee Air-  buy prizes a for the school's science fair  , ways' planes and we also wish-to thank  and for the Science Club's and- Library'' Mr. Al Campbell for his generosity.? The '  Club's  field  itrtLps. "The Library-   Club    club ..raised  its "funds through  sale of  helped\towards rthas effort.   ' '   ( ��� peanut'brattle, junk sales. -.'   '   7  'Prices consisted of pollution control,    ' The club's field trip was a. 1%' hour  kits and plane rides, which were pur- * tour of B.C. Tel in Vancouver, the 'Van-  ������ ;    couver Planetarium show, the planetarium  in which' they saw moon rocks and interesting antiques.  s      *'       . * y  , ' Club ������ members toured    the,geology  computer lab at University of BXJ. where,  they saw .computers cataloguing "alia the  mineral deposits in. the province. Club'  - *    members then took a swirp at < Empire  t\    Pool at UBC. , '  , - 7-        "Thashas 'been a very successful year  _.,���,,       , L -_,__,      GRADE 13: Hednz Breu 3, DenniseDomw    for the Science Club," said Sheri, "and  POLLUTION PATROL kits WCT��� purr    ence fair. Holding Kits are Rhonda        ,broski,3, Eleanor Lonneberg 3, Lynn   I wish them the very best,in hopes that  doused by Science Olub members-as  ^Doyle,- Moira Sutherland'and, Jim   odke 3, Perry Bradshaw 2.75, Randy   they will have another successful year.  ���Is      .  f *  aft        '*  -     -\-  *  �����  *a��  '*.  ���        1  *-  *'   '.  >   1  t��a.  1   *  '    *M-  'T'i  .  *a    _t"  1>*  *    ���  *  *�����  ���k  ���Of  ���**  1 BOOK: NOW ^OR7N^T,WINTER      7  14 Days ���- hotel and airfare, from $347.00  DlsiieylseBid'Holiday   ���  1 Week ��� airfare and hotel; adults $237.00, children $186.00  6 Days'-��� Disneyland by Train (inc. hotel) ��� from $162.00,  ,   <        Sp@kOT�� World aPciir  .  from $96.00 '  PHONE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT^  885-2910       885-2339       922-0221  niairniiroimiMmiinnniraiimira  A-  3  3  a **xyr  'J  x- ^prizes at Sechelt Elemeritary's sci-   DeHart.  . v< - ��� ���*  *  _ .���.   #Si  ���. ..^\ ���  -   ���! ****i*__i  ������-v  ii ���  - j   i  a- i    �� -  J*  ft  * _.,{  *"���'-::-  .:���:���*-.  ,   ���   . -   . -, ltfl,��*..��ldu ���  a*. * f* ���_ft,a_|l*^l i ���?* (��� j. ' ��� *     / a* f -<���!  .^- ���._ '^ .-��___. .     V:,v#f.  -i'���'-.r.-^". ��� ������������'i     '���������������     i  _.'.��-.-. �����..H-.. .-'.  \  y^y  ; iA   w^. -' '*'*,;., - ;.-��� : -   - ������-���-"'  Kampman 2.75,  Jo Small 2.75,  Sharon  Arundel 2.3, Jo-Anne Jorgenson 2.3, Vid MORE   ABOUT...  Lee 2.3, Leo Bichter 2.3.���Honorable men- ��   CN.-.-ts-,-   r��*%*����*ff��,����  tion: Pat Hogue, Ken MacDonald.           , ~   SUnShine. COOStmgS  ,   GRADE Hi Richard Clayton 3, Marga- s . ,",<   ���Irom pago A-l  ret Finlayson 3, Dean Goddard 3, Kim at Porpoise Bay. Sechelt .village initiated  Gregory 3, Diana Peters 3, Debbie Wun- actdon.long ago to save the "bird ��anctuary  derink 3, James Flack 2.75, Debbie Fied- but little has been heard of what's hap-  ler,2.75,\Jexi MuiHen 2.75, Barbara Dew ^pening tiiere in the past few weeks.^  2.5,7<Glenn-Beaudry 2.3, .Andrea Bobardi ��� ^ 7k appeare rthe owners of the property  2.3, Darcy Qtephanson 2.3, Patricia Erick-' ;are not overly, keen on giving it away,  son 2.2,  Kathleen Marcroft 2.2,  Margo ' ���     *     * ,     '  Metcalfe 2.2.���Honorable mention,: Frank    SICK LIST1    ' ���      ''    '  Havies, Ddborah HiU��� I^uxie Kohuch, ��� ^ ^^j^ j^ Tyner. of Madeira  .Kerry Mahlman, Kathy Zueff. %JfPark who is recoverini in St. Mary's  "   GRADE 10: Lisa Kampman-3, GeofT jfrom a heart attack; and to Lou Cousins  ���gina McConnell 3, Maria Rinaldis 3, Mel.' t of Sechelt who' is in Vancouver General  ody Farewell 2.75, Elaine Gant 2.75, Cathy /and to Carrie Mayne who is under a  Hamilton* 2.75? Gwienda Havies 2.75, Tre,  < doctor's treatment at home. " ,- , -    -  vwr Swan 2.75, Neil Clayton 2.5, Denfflis ���      ���-'    ���'   '"     '     "  Petula 2.5, Randy Watson 25, Robert Gore        Visiting his brother BUI Nielsen, is  J     2.3, Carl Montgomery 2.3; Steven Sleep    Eric Nielsen of, Copenhagen, Denmark.  2.3, Alan Stewart 2.3, Scott Verrechia 2.3. Eric is a teacher and is spending the  ���Honorable mention: Guy Fisher, John > summer here. Eric tells the star yabout  Gross, James Hilstad, Tina Lonneberg," the person who asked a teacher to give  Brehda MacKenzie, Steven Males, Wayne/'lhim two Sood reasons for entering the'  Wolverton.   .- *< 7- Tprofession. The teacher replied without"  ���GRADE 9: - Janice DuMont 3, Bruof*  't>atting an eye: "July .and August"  Goddard 3, Michael Kampman 3, Susatf WmiMMmSMMmmmmmSSlm  Vedoy 3,' Barbara  Meredith  2.8, Ldnda    a g  Laing  2.75,   Karla  Nygren  2.75,  Craig    S R%i?mm,  to^svitetturei h 1  ^��:^%.*i����ft3TO  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  (  )  40th and West Boulevard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)  41st and Granville Street, Vancouver 13, B.C.,  Hostland 2.6,, Janette Swanson 2.6, Carol  Bredefeld 2.5, Holly Comeau 2.5, Linda  . .    _ , _      .   " . Dandy 2.5, Cindy Frykas 2.5, .Catherine  POSING FOR their pagJuTeju^t prior   son, Patricia Johnson, Dame Young,   Giibb 2.5, Barbara Jackson 2.5, Diane Pei��  to/an'-'airplane ride "courtesy Tyee   Jeff Redman, Mike Eberle, Roto Zui-   letier 2.5, Vaima Scrugham.2.5, Barbara  Airwajrs "are from left: Cynthia Wat-   dema, Moira Sutherland.  Wilson 2.5, Cynthia Grafe 2.3, Charlaine  Rudolph 2.3,   Robert Bulger  2.2,  Kelly  Cryderman.2.2, Margaret'Gilbey 2.2, Col-(-  leen Kurucz 22, Lydia'vLee 2.2, Patricia'^Sl  Lee 2.2, Mary ' Martihfez 2.2,  Katherine. I^g  Oike 2.2, Brent RottlufE 2.2, James Shew-4 ��|  ���"/a-TOW to  3-TOW FLAT DECKS,  VAWS, otc.  Easy Financing  *-- Available -  885-9769 for Reservations ��� Closed Mondays  TUES. & WED. 6-12 v     THURS. & FRI. 6-2  SATURDAYS 6-1 AM.  SUNDAYS 6 'TIL MIDNIGHT        7.  P. y-  ,    fry,  ������' ��fl. M  ~��*-t  .4  ka  "^1  J  t  ���    1  *  I* ~ 'i -  -^     L'- :*-r,i i ^- r$v.*i( I i�� -i  ' ���"  Jv m\ym h.\ im H-wi-i..  v-  a\  Schneider.  GRADE 8: Colleen Hoops 3, Filippo  Rinaldis 3, Becky McKinnon 2.8, Michelle  Phillips 2.8, Charlotte Bandi 2.75, Janet  Clayton 2.75, Bruce Gibb 2.75, Christine  Irvine 2.75, Kaxin Paetkau 2.75, Sigrdd  Petersen 2.75, Suzanne Sutherland 2.75,  Miriam Tomicic 2.75, Lorna Boyd 2.6,V  Diana MacLellan 2.6, Deanna Paul 2.6,  4    Stephen Clayton ,2.5, Wanda Erickson 2.5  faiiie Mai  Auto. Div. IM.  885-252S  wmrmimammmmfmgmumlik  Dining and Dancing  1       *3,tlfc-"  BANQUETS - RECEPTIONS - PRIVATE PARTIES - MEETINGS  p j.    ���'  f  aji.tr 4sj��^ ^agj^aiia-^t!"!'  ^^WJUfe"*.iU^,>. _4UB-HJ-V 'JgBSB  ^3^Sa!Si(!ieOT,.��ia2HSS^^  ffia^��i!����;:^_:��_tw^i_;^  r*  V��a      M%   ^  ~f*>  ~s~   -*y  ��� ���-*>,  M  Sybil Foss 2.4; William Jamieson 2.4,  Melanie Mahlman 2.4, Ian Stewart 2.4,  Scott Phillips  2.3,   Cindy  Beaudry  2.2,s  Loreto Camposano 2.2, Lorna Jamieson  2.2, Janet MacKay 2.2, Ingrid Petersen 2.2, .1 fc  Maria Pike 2.2, Heather Reid 2.2, Charlene ', |  White 2.2, Darren Craze 2,1.���Honorable j  mention; Dawn Blakeman, Peter Evaps,' r  John McOoimell, Eric Peters, Lorie Plows,'1  Carla Ripper, Judith Spence.    >  jfy&Htt  WAITING FOR THE 11< airplane ride   Brent McCuaig, Jimmy   Janiewick  are: Nadine H-all, Elizsabeth Corbin,   and Tim Peters.  Alrlie Stockwell Greg    Saunders,  T. 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CASSEROLE  Address  Phone _  *&?  .i?.  .���_.������  ���    ���    ajl      -%,  *���  1     ������  Vf" '*   ���  ���. js. -j__ -  ^^^^^^^^^^^^ggfa^g^l^^^^^j^^^g^^^^^j^^^^^^  wiW'  ill!  %o'-^^  1��^#^  ^���**  ���II  , W^mmmmm^:.  \ jfc.  I '  BIRTHS  WORK WANTED  GIBSONS AND,SECHELT  WBSTBRN DRUGS v  ... oro ptoossd to qtonior tfcla  -OlMfa AessottRceanent apace, and  . attends Best Wbhes to tha happy-  pdosonal  ^ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ������  ��. Meetings 8:30 :.p.m. Thursdays, Wilson-Creek Coriimun-,  uty .Hall.' Phone/a 885-9409; 885-  <2896; ��� 885-2898.7P-Tn a Madeira  jPark, meetings Wednesdays at  ��,8:30 p.m. in the Community  ���Hall, phone 883-2401.      709-tfn  .COMMISSION an original ink  ' drawing, water color* of  your boat, cottage or house.  Reasonable rates. Call Andrew  '-Rrumins, 885-2601. 345-tfn  BAHA'IS believe in Universal  . Peace and that religious and  racial v- prejudice and superstition must be overcome. Phone  v 886-2078 and 885-9450.  628-tfn  OBITUARY  CHIMES, passed away July 5,  - 1974, Joseph Thomas, late of  Selma Park. Survived by one  daughter, Mrs. Linda-Ellen  Spires, Prince George; two  brothers, Robert and Max and  , a sister, Sophie, all in Germany. Funeral service Tuesday,  July 9, 11 a.m. in St John's  United Church, Davis Bay.  Revi J Williamson officiating.  In lieu of flowers donations to  the Heart Fund appreciated.  Harvey Funeral Home, directors. 744-33  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to thank Dr. Swan,  staff and the ambulance for,  quick service given me during  my illness, also good co-operation by the B.C. Ferries." ���  Hubert Mulligan l -6)30-33 "  ,MR. AND -MRS. A. E.' Roberts'  of Lakeside Motel are leaving the Sunshine Coast due to  Mrs.. Roberts illness. We want  to wish our friends farewell  698-33  HELP WANTED   . '.         TAXI drivers. Class 4 licence  required. Age 19 min. Male  or female. Phone 885-2251.  - 't '7        ;   ,- ���     ', 687-35  BABYSITTER ���'in my own  home for 2 small children.  2% days week starting Wed.,  July 17 till Aug. 29 incl. $1.50  hour., Phone 886-7865.   673-32  RETIRED couple or single  middle aged woman for light  housekeeping duties in small  resort. Ideal opportunity for  quiet person or couple to enjoy excellent ��� living in return  for modest effort. Phone 883-  2426. 694-33  . FOR.all your~carpentry needs,  7 , call 'A.  Sheppard Contract-1  ing. at 885-2978. , 3783-tf n  YOUNG.'man seeks work.' Any-  '" thing considered. Phone 883-  ">2772.^  .^' 7   -    '   -, 7,690-33  ^     .1.-     -,.���I��� ��� ,���. ���i.ii.i,..  ..  i  .___.. mm,   ,.*������    a.     -il    f  ���. LIGHT moving  and1 Hauling.  7.  House and garden maintenance.  Rubbish  removal. Tree''  cutting,' etc.   Free   estimates"  Gibsons-to Sechelt.' Also fire- ���  place; wood for sale, '$15"per  load  delivered.  Phone  Norm,  886-9503. < 9983-tfn  JOHN'S' Construction, licenced  carpenter will do all carpentry work and painting in district. Ph.7886-7498 evenings.    382-36  WILL butcher,  dress  or  cut  your .meat  or  game,   your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  ,       3044-tfn  PEERLESS   Tree    Services.  Benefit   from   experience.  Tree work guaranteed and in--  sured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109.   , 330-tfn  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry, painting- and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  - FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.   Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  LOST  KITTEN, pure white", crooked  tail. Sechelt. 885-9305.   . -  .     725-33  TO WHOEVER took our dog,  a 6 month black Lab, around  Laurel Rd., Davis Bay on Sat.,-  June 29, we would like him  back. Please call 885-9868 after 6. ������  706-23  9   FT.   WOODEN   row   boat.  Yellow    and    beige    from  mouth of Roberts Creek. 886-  7554. ' 692-33  3.9 MERC OB. Lost between  Egmont   and' Pender   Harbour. Reward $25. Phone (112)  892-3445 collect. 708-33  FOUND  PAIR of lady's glasses. J?all at  - Peninsula Times office, "Sechelt." 699-33  LIVESTOCK  PASTURE with shelter and  ��� -stream, $20 month. Phone  886-9909. 717-33  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swiff dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds . by order, ,2,58-tfr  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunn|ingham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  Poge A-4 ���������Penln.ula Times; Wednesday; July 10, 1974  7 CLASSIFIED; ADVERTISING  RATES  BOATS & ENGINES  WANTED TO BUY (cont.)    FOR RENT  FOR RENT (Continued,  Published .Wednesdays by  Powell .River  News- Town. Crier  , Sechelt'Times. Ltd.  .   ot Sechelt, B.C. ,  7  Established 1963  Phone: 885-9654,or 885-2635  Box Numbers  Member, Audit Bureau'  of Circulations'  '   a  September 30, 1973  - Gross Circulation 4446 ���'  Paid  Circulation  3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject' to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Jne Insertion $1.20'  Three Insertions $2.40  Bttra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rote does not apply to ,  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  ' for Ad-Briefs not paid by  ,   publication date.  Legal or .Header advertising 40c .  per count,line. 7  Deaths, Card of Thanks/In Mem-'  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices ore $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after' that. Four  words per line. >  Birth,.Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates. .  Subscription Rotes:,.  By Mail:  Local Area .' $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. - $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citiiens,  "'  'Local Area ���  Single Copies   .$6.00  __15c  "In the event, of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a. wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion, of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but 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 theadditional work.  ^ Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the .edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.' v       7  32 FT. Grillnetter. Good shape.'  Real good cabin. 'C licence,  $2800". Phone 885-2197."   684-33^  COMPLETE soft top for 20 ft.  or .under. As new.'Was $150.  Will sell for $100. Phone 886- "  7461.. 565-33  17, FT. RUNABOUT, FG.over"  plywood.   1972  50   hp   elec.  Mere. 2 tanks,  tack, "etc.  Ph.  885-2122. ' 685-35 -  25 FT. cabin cruiser, sleeps 4,  IB V drive, head, sink, stove,  like   new.$7500.   Phone    885-  2634. 463-32  TWO   10   foot   dinghies.'   One  FG,   one   ply.   Plus   10   hp  Johnson.  $150 the lot. Phone  885-2853. ���' " 728-33  50 HP, MERCURY outboard,  ! 1973 16' "glass over wood'  boat. 886-7123. Ask for" Tom  or leave message. 10170-tf  16' FIBREGLASS with 65 hp  " Evinrude outboard. Offers.  Phone 886-7857.a      _     . 621-34  VILLAGE of Gibsons-r-Public  > works department-, require  man immediately for outside  work crew. For farther information, and application form  contact >Municipal Office, 1490  So. Fletcher, Gibsons, B.C.   712-33  VILLAGE of Gibsons���Steno-  c����shier, experienced in office,  routine; accurate typing a  must. Interesting variety of  duties include, receptionist,  steno-dictaphone, filing, record  keeping. For further information and application form contact Municipal Office, 1490 So.  Fletcher, Gibsons, .B.C. J. ,W.  Copland, clerk-treasurer        7U-33  WAITRESS  required  full  or  part' time Call 805-2232.   ,       714-33  CAPABLE   person   to   tutor  grade C-7 math to student 2  nights per week during summer. 885-9978. 738-33  BEAUTIFUL  chestnut,, half  .,.,Tennessee walker, KaM qiiar-  . iter horse; ,also gentle 2 yr;1 old  gelding. Training started; also  purebred Welsh, fine boned,  good size, 1 jt\- Real pet. $100  'or will trade' for older Land  Rover. Phone 886-9909.   716-33  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw '  GARDEN SEEDS  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527   9038-tfn  LAYING hens, pigs, weanors,  bred sows and boar,'Rabbits,  all sizes, Phono 886-9646,  721-33  GENTLE Bay, mare, $150 firm.  Phone 880-9909. 601-33  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C. 8Q6-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  GIDSONS VILLAGE; 4-plox located on vlow proporty In village,  closo to all amenities,. This properly Is' attractively priced at  $71,900 with excellent financing avallablo, Tha property has  good development potential arid should bo considered by an>  7 '      Interested fr�� .avenue'holdings;  anyone  DAVIS DAY: 3 bedroom vlow homo with landscaped lot, Largo  working kitchen, vlow from living room and mastor bodroom,  Two-car garagtffldlolnlng homo. This quality proporty Is only two  blocks from boach, It Is located In ono of the bost residential  '    ' areas, $58,000,  1    p ���'aw ������laMn.������i iWiiimi i��ail���i��i������i���.i���|  LANGDALE CHINES: Several largo lots ��� $8,500 ond $9,800,  GOWER POINT ROAD; 3 baqutlful watorfront vlow Iota. $66,000  tokos oil. Could bo told aoporotoly. Somo terms available,  SELMA PARK:  Lovely 2-year-old 2-bodroom homo,  llvlngroom  wllh fireplace, dining room, utility, corport ond work��hop. Paved  driveway, $29,000, Dominion Loose Land,  DOYLE ROADi 5 acres, half cloarod, Very nlco level, land with  oood well ond attractive 2'bedroom homo with sundeck ond  fireplace, carport, Away from traffic; yet close to Village", $46,500.  LISTINGS     WANTED  WANTED TO BUY  L'OGS wanted. Phone 886-9646.  J . 719-33  USED tricycle in good condi-  . tion. Phone 885-9802 between 4 and 8 p.m. 582-33  12 FT. ALUM. boat. Ph. 885-  1 2343 until 3:30, after 4:30  385-9460. 707-33  TRAILERS  MOTORCYCLES  17 FT. Scamper travel trailer.  Fully self contained. Excellent condition. Sleeps 6. Phone  885-2516. 674-32  TRI-AXLE equipment trailer,  8x20 foot deck; 9 ton capacity, vacuum over hydraulic  brakes. Controls included. Ph.  886-9031. , 700-34'  ���73 AUTO Prospector HT tent  trailer, less than 1,000 miles.  Excellent condition, -sleeps 6  adults. Counter'"top contains  stove, sink, portable for in or  ���out of trailer use, two-way  lights, firm price $1500. Phone  886-7095 after 6, r    701:33  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS   Mobile  Home   Park,  we have trailer space avail- .  able. Phone 885^2375.  9968-tfn  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home, Park and Sales  Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  12x62 3 bedroom Statesman.  Reverse isle, bay window. living room, master bedroom and  hall -carpeted.' $13,000.  Used trailer, 10x50 Great  Lakes, 2 bedroom, large bright  living room, air. conditioned,  propane furnace, very good  condition throughout.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  ' washers and dryers,, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. AH'taxes in-,  eluded, * no hidden charges. No  extras to buy 8985-tfn  10x45 FT. TRAILER, partially  furnished. Ponderosa Trailer  Court. 885-9054 evenings.  741-33  ��� 1   DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property, guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also .large selection of twelve  wldes.For further information  Call Collect 525-3688,  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby '  Member of the Western Mobile Hortxe Assoc,  M.D.L, 25012  8917-tfn  1973 HONDA, 175 cc.. New  ,. condition. Low mileage: $565.  Phone 886-9646,        ,     718-33  73 YAMAHA,  360cc Enduro.  Low mileage. Excellent condition.' Phone 886-7035.  624-tfn  1970   450    HONDA    chopper,  -11,000 miles. Must be seen.  Best offer takes. 886-2761.  678-tfn  '73 CB 350 HONDA. Low mile-,  age with front disc brakes.  ""     689-33  $850. 886-7598.  880-2019.  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  ION HIGHyVAY 101 'AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  ,  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT -,' EARL COVE  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1600 sq, ft. home w|th 3 bedrooms;  wall to wall, largo living room with hcatalator fireplace, largo  GARDEN DAY LAKE �� 22 acros wllh somo lake frontage, excellent subdivision potential, F,P, $60,000,  MARINA   excellent potential - good Income - Room for expansion �� High gross �� details at office,  PEARSON ISLAND ��� 24 acres, close to Pender Harbour, Good1  ,        Investment at $90,000,  K. A, Crosby 886-2098  ), Vlswr 886-2531  MADEIRA,-���a Serviced lot, closo to beach and with somo water  view - $9,000,  REDROOFFS -���Excellent  building lot with ,240'  frontage on  Redrooffs Road, Full price $9,000,  CABIN on % aero lot, Full prlco $12,500,  RUDY LAKE ���- corner lot* Non-waterfront, $7,000.-~*��-  THREE CABINS ���, on ono lot ��� within 50' of excellent booch.  F.P. $36,000,  p-ApprOH,~J.��,ocrarloVxoMld.|)��..commercloLcorfi()rh.F4P��,,^22.CKM).^  John Breon  PW978  PHONE 883-2794  Archie Brayton  RR3-9926  CHEAP old electric g u i t a r.  Any ' .condition, >, also    very  cheap amp.,Phone 885-2840.  ;..    ^734-33  USED backhoe in running con-  >   dition. Reply Box 9575, Po- '  well River News, ,'4548 Marine  Ave. Powell River, B.C.  7    - ["   - "     ,   .  -    .      564-33  WANTED TO RENT  2 BR furnished,house. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-9973.   697-33  FAMILY of 4 require 3 or 4  bedroom house, 2 older children,  no pets.  Sechelt to  Port  Mellon   area.  Phone  886-9032.   ,   551-33  2 OR 3 BR house, Sechelt area. Reliable tenants, grown  family.   No   pets.' Phone   885-  9828  days,   885-9853  evenings.  739-33  HOUSE or cottage in or near  Sechelt (within Vz hr.,.drive)  by' Aug. - 1st. Contact 463-  8750 or write-12478 ��� 217 St.,  Maple Ridge. Ref. supplied.  . 581-33  LOCAL  family   of  4  require  unfurnished    house,   .anywhere except Pender Harbour.  Ref. available. Phone 886-7412.  218-tfn   ?   USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL. RENT. SWAP. BUY  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek ,T.Wp bedroom'1 suite-in Lang  Community    Hall.    Contact '7 Block,' Sechelt. Rent subject  Marg Pearson, 885-2337. to negotiation:, Adults-onlyj no  1   '             ;                  3246-tfn pets. 885-93B67...   ,'       745-33  FURNISHED "4, BR,   2   bath, CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former.  " -WF    home, '  Sechelt ��� $325/" schooli-board.- offices' above-  month., Sept. 1st to June 30th. ' Kruse Drug Store, 885-9366." f  Phone 885-2920-.    .   - 682-tfn 7   -    .   -, .;'"    '     .7"746-tfn'  SEASIDE VILLAGE  SECHELT  FULLY SERVICED LOTS ��� $10,000 TO $12,500.  TURN  NORTH AT TRAIL AVENUE.     '  WALK' TO  ENCLOSED SHOPPING MALL  PORPOISE BAY MARINA  SCHOOLS  SKATING &-CURLING ARENA  SEE OUR DISPLAY HOMES OFF TRAIL AVENUE.  ALL PRICED UNDER $40,000.���  -     IN ATTENDANCE:  DON TILLEY,  GREEN ACRES  REALTY LTD.  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Eta.  '67 FORD Mustang. Fast back.  Brakes, transmission, clutch  and motor rebuilt. 5' chrome  wheels, 6 new tires,' $1500.  Phone 883-2454 or 883-2392.   .    715-35  1963 FORD Galaxie, excellent  > running condition, $300. 886-  7144 after 3 p.m. 450-33  1968 BEAUMONT, 396 cub. in.,  4 speed. Excellent condition.  Phone-886-70277 * 561-33  '68 FORD LTD Country Squire  station wagon. PS, PB. Auto.  Brougham interior. Good condition. $980 or offers Phone  885-2897.       . . , 735-33  1971 FORD Gran Torino, good  , condition. 886-9192.      449-35  1965 ENVOY Cpach, good condition. Ph. 885-2187.     608-34  ���72 MONTE Carlo,350, 2 dr.  HT, red with white vinyl  roof, fully automatic, fully  * equipped, ��� Excellent' condition.  18,700 miles. $4000. Ph. 886-  7095 after 6 702-33  1963 MERCURY V8,  running  condition,   unlicenced,   $250.  Phone 883-2572. 677-33  1958 G.M.C. bus, 27 feet, camp-  erized. Phone Paul 885-9314.   615-34  '66 FARGO window van, $1150  .or nearest offer, or trade for  best wagon. Phone 885-2853. ���   704-33  ���70    .VOLKSWAGEN    station  wagon.   Reasonable.   Phone  660-34  ,'67 MGB,,vory clean, $1850 ,or  nearest. offer,   Phone   885-  2853.       ...���'.' 7 705-33  Jock Hermon  883-2745  ^^.���^r^^^^^  f XkkJl,,L HaiMU'JilWB  ��^����rr��-j.w "--.  SSSSS_SS^S^SB^^^^SS3^B^S^SdSS��^S^S_BS3  ____*_  PHONE:  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service 7    ,  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Approx. 3 acres, 250' choice waterfront in Madeira Park. 30x80'  concrete shop bldg. with repair facilities, display and sales room,  office, stockroom. Owner's 2 BR home, 7 motel 'units, facilities  for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Large up to date stock  of boats-, motors, parts, marine hardware, - Evinrude sales and  service. $250,000'. plus cash for stock.  i  i  1 iU ,  BGMOMt-  J- t ' ��� J a J  *       *        V �� ��    >  ���> _    *1  * ' .fr  .-**��*.��� > i  ���it   r;ARDFM   RAY  2 BR home, partial,'basement, fireplace, covered sundeck, carport. Approx. 100' 'from the waterfront on a level, landscaped  lease lot. Close to stores, post office &.marinas,. Asking $32,000.  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA .  Level acreage with over 600' road frontage, 208' deep. Possible  7  lot subdivision.  2  BR  Panabode, harpe  with  full  basement.  ���    \' $70,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000,  IRVINE'S LANDING  Approx. 20 acres of view property with approx. 800 ft. deep,  sheltered waterfront. Suitable site for mobile home park or condominium development. Excellent view of Pender Harbour and Lee  Bay. $125,000.  LOW PRICED  HOME -  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 BR homo, approx, 640 ki. ft, Level, grassy view lot. Close to  marina, ond Gov't wharf.  $22,000.  VIEW HOME - GARDEN BAY  1,250 sq, ft;,, 2 bedroom (could be 3) open tyoom home with a v  boautlful vlow over Garden Bay, W/W sl^pg In living room &  mastor bedroom, range & fridge, partial basement; largo sundeck,  p carport and storago, To y|ow by appointment only,  $42/000,  ': 7      ACREAGE - KLEiNDALE������'.   ;  1, 'Approx, 20 acros of fairly lovql, land with approx,  10 acres  cloared, $35,000.'        7  2, Approx,  16 acres on Highway  101   r flood commercial site,  gravel pit, Asking' $65,000,      ��� p i;  .VIEW HOME 7GARDEN BAY '  3, BR homo, brick flroplaco, sundeck, carport, full basomont. On  a lovol cornor, leased lot - fglly landscaped, fruit troos, $45,000,  WATERFRONT HOME 7 CANOE PASS    ���  76,2' sheltered, deep watorfront at entrance to Canoo Pass on  Glldcns Rood, 2 OR homo, fireplace, wall-to-wall shag, copportono ������  appllancos, 3rd BR In partial basoment,  covered boat houso, i  m,*,..^,,��-.����� ���,.������,.,. ��.,��������. .wJ4_��w*i���..��..��.$87,500, .��,j��,^,,,����;i��,��,���*.���.��,*,����,,��i;1����,��,���1.,��w.,.,  GARDEN BAY RD, - KLEINDALE  3 DR, homo, built In 1969, with 2 BR, sulto or) lower lovol; some  appliances, 2 fireplaces, oil furnace,,largo sundeck, carport, On  approx, 2 acres of, lovol land with ovor 1 acre cleared, and In  grass, 22'x40' Workshop with shako roof, roughod-ln plumbing,7  could bo converted to a rental homo, $85,000.  LOTS  1, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD . 2 lots with view of Pondor Harbour,  $9700"flnd "$M,400/ "���- --. <-,������-.     --y-- -���   2, NARROWS  ROAD - cleared  vlow  lots near 'Madeira  Park,  $10,000  ond  $11,000,  3, GARDEN BAY ESTATES, serviced lots, some'with view. $6,900  to $12,500, |   ;  4, MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9/800 and  .      $10,000,   ' ,  5, NARROWS ROAD . approx, % acre lovol land, excellent view,  $29,000,  6, MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile homo. $7,500  .,,.���,,,, and :.$22,0,QQ,......,,.���,,..,���^^^  ���_ ���  7, MADEIRA PARK ROAD �� lot that Is votv closo to school,  utoron, gov't wharf ond post offlco.- $9,500,  0, MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial lots �� $16,000 and $20,000,  : view lot witTTcabin  ��� On Sinclair Boy Rood, mer Hotel Lekej j?Hva.ey treed view lot  with small cabin,  l2'xl��V, driveway. $12,500, Ad|olnlng treed  "     view lot7- $10,0007  JACK NOBLE  Ros. 883-2701    '  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two adjoining waterfront 'lots, each with approx. 64' waterfront.  Close to school, store and gov't wharf. $22,000 and  $18,000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's 3 BR home, 8 sleefcltig .robrrilj;' restdurant and store (leased  out), Standard Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  ^$250,000.  WATERFRONT HOME���EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home, opprox. 244.' waterfront on 3 separata  lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase, ,$105,000., , -.>,  LARGE CORNERLbf"'    "    "  Approx.   1 % acres of view property with  111' frontgge on ' Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple' Road,'two older houses  on property. Possible subdivision site; $47,500,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Approx, 375' deep, sheltered-waterfront on approx. 10 acres of  treed land. Access by trail or water, $35,000.        /  LOTS ,  1. MAPLE ROAD opprox. 3/5 acre level, treed view lot, $10,500."  2. EARL COVE - level corner lot - $11,000.       ���    ,  m & RUBY L  ACREAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 1,400 ft, of choice low, bahK waterfront on ,approx.  35 treed acres, creek through property; Sheltered bay, southerly*  exposure, numerous building sites, public road to boundary of  property. An oxcbllerit opportunity for a group to obtain cholco  hard-to-flnd  Sakinaw  Lake  proporty,  $170^000,  1 ,'���������' RUpYLAKE MOTEL '���:'.  8 hpusokopplng units, two sleeping units, manager's ono BR  residence and offlco In a beautiful sottlnp on' 4,34 acres, approx,  200 feet watorfront on Ruby Lpko and; 800 feet of waterfront  on lagoon, Highway, 101 runs thrpuph' property. Float and  '     ,    launching romp on Ruby lake, $115,000.  RUBY LAKE RESTAURANT one).4 BR homo also avallablo with  tho above motol for an additional $80,000,  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  3 BR partly furnished' cottugo on 2 leased lots - opprox,, 330'  cholco   lakefroht,   2.98  acres.   Small   cove   and   private   dock.  7      ' '' ������ " $23,000, ���'    .        ���'    \    ���.   ..  RUBY LAKE - SANDY BEACH  60' lakofront lot'with sandy beach, trees. Water access only.  ,., :,7   $25,000.,:,     ���   '��� '     '  .HIDDEN BASIN,-NELSON ISLAND  Approx, 1700' sheltered deep watorfront, low bank shoreline,  ���ovoral boochos and bays on opprox. ,11.3 acres pf boqutlfully  trood property with small crook, Furnished One BR cottage,  furn'shed guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, well ond pump-  house, four boats, trail bike, garden/ tractor, numerous tools  and equipment, float, An oxcollent buy at $00,000,  v        WATERFRONT  Approx. 4,000' watorfront on opprox. 25 acres treed property,  Savorol beaches, small Island, good sheltered covo, Only a short  dlstanco by boot from Earl Cove or Egmont, $100,000,  LARGE ACREAGE - $ 1,000, PER ACRE  D,L, 2392^ approx, 160 acres, situated opprox,  IKtmllos above  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Day, Access by old logging rood, Trolls  A roads throughout the property, nicely treed usedbla lond, Outside  land freezei area ". pos8|b|bj'fiiJba(vUIoh'~'sjf67' $ 160,00O,'-"i""7,~~",'*~'  \  ACREAGE---..LOTS'.X-^G#..BLK^A,���D,L^903_���  Two adjoining 9-ocro blocks, approx, 2,000 foot from Highway  101, Nicely treed, Qaptio5lopo, southern oxposuro. $45,000 each.  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  :  Res, 883-2233 FOR RENT (Continued)  NEW 3 BR duplex hear golf  and country club. Available  July 15. Phone 886-7032.  . 731-33  4 BR SUITE, WP, Marine Dr.  Gibsons, , $250.   Phone   886-  7108. ' ' ,   737-33  ' -      '  REAL ESTATE  VIEW lot for sale m Gibsons..  Phone 886-2417. 146-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Com'fr)  LOT 68x198 ft.  Largo Road.  Roberts Creek. $8000. Phone .  885-2853. 727-33  vaam���^mmi^ammm^mam���mB^BmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  WATERFRONT  lot.   Porpoise  Bay. Fully serviced. Treed.  $33,500.    Phone    (112)926-2273  evenings.      7' ���        , '   634--34  FORESTED,   view, lot,   125x  188. Selma Park. $24,000 -or  will sell half. Phone 885-9845.'  ���   233-tfn'  . ���   E.  REALTY: AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS WATERFRONT ������ 2  lots,  30' each on  waterfront.  Fully cleared, ready to build on. Only $30,000.  BAY ROAD ��� Older type home on two lots (50x150') facing  on two blacktop roads. $35,000 full price.  GIBSONS RURAL ��� One lot only, 63x264' covered with light  alder, ideal investment. Priced for quick sale at only $8,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouvor Real Estate Board  RON MeSAVANEY, Manager  886-2248  Evenings: ��� 886-9656  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  SERVICED < view   lot,   Davis  Bay. $14,000. Phone 886-2696  or 886-2834. 605-34  When You Consider  .  Building . . ,  f ''  Why ' not "try the Westwood  Home Building Systems. Flans  .available for complete" home  packages. -Modular homes and  ' custom planning. Most economical way- to build under  present day conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES LTD.  883-2671 or 883-2451    8914-tfn  BUILD a better home with a  /-National-package. Mortgage  money available. Call Dave  Whidden,. 885-2746 or write  Box 830, Sechelt: 88-tfn  ROBERTS OREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  . 8875-tfn  VIEW lot and city lot, reasonable/Will build to suit. Ph.  days 885-2713. 617-34  REAI   ESTATE (CoaW  TILLICUM Bay.  New 2 BR  house on level lot, approx. 7  1 acre. Fully furnished. Beautiful view, % mile to marina.  Elec heat, Franklin fireplace.  A view lot. also adjoining' this  property,. 9/10 acre, level, re-<  ! cently, surveyed is, also avail-1  able. Phone 885-2798.     732-33  t  1135 Franklin Rd., Gibsons  Delightful 3 bdrm rancher, immaculate. One block from  beach, lovely area. WIN  .BLOWN   988-3151,   980-3409.  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY  LTD.  3709 -Delbrook Ave.  North Vancouver, B<C.    9554-33  OVER 1 acre adjoining marina. Completely leveL Sur-.  veyed for subdivision. Priced  for quick sale. Phone 885-2798.   '     , 733-33  3 BR MOBILE home on good  sized lot, extra 2 piece bathroom, large addition includes  rec room, double carport and  utility room. Cement slab and  footings. Lower ��� Pratt Rd.  $20,750. Terms. Phone 886-  9262.,   - 629-34  HALF acre with 108 ft. frorit-  ��� age on Gibsons bluff. Septic  tank possible. Phone 886-7857  or 886-9854. 622-34  *A��&8Bl OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  smvtcE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL  ESTATES  ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT LOTS - HALFMOON BAY  SUNSHINE BAY ESTATES  '  First chance to purchase one of these sewered lots in quite a  while. These lots won't last long. Only 6 waterfront lots and 5  view lots. Sewer, water, ond power. Boat launching ramp, good  beach access. From $12,000 to $25,000. Call Len or Suzanne.  Van Egmond. Home: 885-9683. office: 885-2241.  SEE THE MODULAR HOME SET UP NEXT DOOR TO OUR  OFFICE. THIS MANUFACTURED HOUSE COMES IN .TWO  HALVES . . '. COMPLETELY FINISHED INCLUDING  PLUMBING, ROOFING, CARPETS, CABINETS, ETC. A  SALESMAN WILL BE HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THROUGH.  $20.00  PER SQ. ,FT.   INCLUDES  DELIVERY TO YOUR  LOT WITHIN 4 OR,5 WEEKS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL OUR OFFICE.  New 3 bedroom full basement. Large living room with rich wall-  to-wall carpets. Double plumbing, many extras. Basement. Ideal  - for future development. Large view property. Priced in Low 50*3.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson. ,  70'  frontage on  quiet  residential  street.  Very  good  view  of  ocean. Treed. Basement excavation in and fully serviced. Full price  $14,900.00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  SECHELT AND AREA  '- WEST SECHELT BEACH FRONT  2-bedroom home with level beach plus 1% acres of land and  revenue cabin. Home was built to V.L.A. specifications. All landscaped. Cabin could be subdivided from the beach house. House  is all insulated for electric heat with double glaze windows. Large  sandstone fireplace, good quality carpets^ Enclosed carport with  workshop. Paved driveway. Extremely well kept. Acreage Is heavily  treed. F.P. '$81,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared site for mobile home, serviced. F.P. $8,950. Zoned R2.  > '   Call Doug Joyce.   ,   -��� ,   , .  -  TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT  90'x205' on Wakefield Road. Fully serviced, year round creek,  zoned R-2, good soil, well treed. FP $12,000. Call Stan or Jack  Anderson. s  WEST SECHELT.  Two bedroom cottage on a nice large lot. Zoned R2, tj-eed, good  garden soil. Asking only  $13,500.  Call Len or Suzanne Van  i    Egmond, 885-9683.  '  , WEST SECHELT  Level lot, nicely treed. Handy location In West Sechelt,  Near  school, trailers permitted. R2 zoned. F.P. $8,900.00. Call Len  or Suzanne Van Egmond. 885-9683.   ���  100' WATERFRONT -   .  Redrooffs Road,  Sargent Bay Area. Approximately   1%  acres.  High  view  property.   $20,000.  full  price.  Call   Jack  or  Stan  Anderson.  REDROOFFS ESTATES,  Large treed properties, approx. % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot. Priced  from $6,750. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  ���1  ACRE - VIEW  View property over 1 acre. Good building site. F.P. $18,500. Call  Ed Baker.  TREED R2 LOT  This lot is fully serviced with gentle south slope. 65'x approx, 200'  Partially cleared.   Easy access from  Nor-West  Bay Road.  F.P. $9600.00, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  WEST SECHELT  Average 13,000 sq, ft, Treed, paved road. Walking distance to  public beach accoss, Southwest slope. Zoned R-1. Ideal retirement  '   area. Priced from $10,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  2 COMMERCIAL LOTS  33 ft. each on Toredo St. In tho Village of Sechelt, zoned commercial, Ready to go. Serviced. Approx. 200 feet deep. Full price  $15,000 each. Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  EXEC. SBCHELT WATERFRONT  Near New 2500 sq. ft, on two floors, Large family kitchen.  Loads of Cabinets, Dishwasher, range and frldgo built-in. Large  sea view, Living room 'with w/w carpets, Flroplaco, Rich wood  panelling. En-sulto plumbing off master bedroom. This home  must bo seen to bo appreciated. 2 car garage plus largo storage.  Lovol treed landscaped property with. your own sandy beach.  F.P. $97,500. Coll Jack or Ston Anderson.  SALE OR LEASE    , '   ,  Commercial, building. Village of Sechelt, Immediate' Possession.  Call Ed Baker.        .  ��� WATERFRONT COMMERCIAL  194 ft, pobblo beach, unobstructed view. F.P. $90,000. Call Ed  Baker.  SECHELT VILLAGE  100,'x250' lot with vlow and boach access.,heavily treed private.  Driveway In and fully sorvlcod. F.P. $15,500, Call Jack or Stan  ,.;���:���'! ,   7, .Anderson, ;  VILLAGE LOT  Fully cloarod  and  landscopqd  lot.  All  fenced,   Approximately   9000 sq.,,ft..���93, ft.,Jrontaoo.��,2,,blocks,,fronii,.ihopplng(��2,b|ocks,,,  from beach, Full prlco $9800,00, % down. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.1  RECREATION LOT  Recreational treed lot,  100'x263'. Trailers permitted. Full price  $11,500. Also treed lot, 125'x200', full price $8,500. Call Ed  Baker.  ,80' BLUFF WATERFRONT  2 BR mobile home plus 26' family room. Patio, sundeck, garage  and workshop. Garden lot with outstanding view of Gulf and  Vancouver Island. All in new condition..Stove and .fridge included. Full price $39,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  CLEARED WATERFRONT LOT  With  10'x50' mobile home plus large covered sun  deck and  utility room.  Lot.is 80'x550', approx.  1  acre. Domestic water  supply. Good access to the beach in Sargeant Bay. F.P. $41,500.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  SECRET COVE WATERFRONTAGE  Your own waterfall on 20 acres. Power to the property, A whole  jot for very little. F.P. $59,900. Some terms. Call 'Doug Joyce.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  30 acres with 1,700 feet waterfrontage at Mlddlepolnt, including  two fine houses, boat launching' ramp, water system, hydro. Good  subdivision  potential,  asking  $400,000.  Call  Len  or  Suzanne  Van Egmond,  17 VIEW ACRES  Middle1 Point  location, 100%   privacy.   Roads  throughout  the  property. Subdivision . potential and power make this acreage a  good buy. F.P. $39,000. Call Stan or Jack Anderson.   : TROUT LAKE AREA   21  ACRES'  Approximately 1 mile highway front. Treed, Zoned 5, acre holdings, F.P. $52,000, Call Stan or Jack Anderson,  I.  SECHELT INLET  TUWANEK  60'xl20'  serviced  lot,  easy,walking distance  to Marina  and  swimming. Lot Is treed. Call Jack or Ston Anderson.  TUWANEK  2.0B acros of land that can bo developed, Heavily trood with a  community wator supply, A good Investment at $19,500. Call  ,   7 Jack or Stan Andorson.      <i  WILSON CREEK  Excellent  view   lots  available- from   $7950,00   and   up.  ������'���' ''    '   ���>"��� DAVIS BAY ~-������L_   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Three car radio equipped taxi business. Financial statements to  Interested parties. Call Suzanno Van Egmond. 885-96837  885-2241.  3 ^R,HOME  3 bedroom, 1200 sq, ft. on large treed lot, 16'xl8' living room,  12'xlO' utility. Wall-to-wall carpets throughout, Handy to store,  ' school and beach. Full price $42,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  CHAPMAN ROAD  169' frontage and good vlow. closo to boach at Davis Bay, Full  prlco $14,900. Call Doug Joyce,  f    ,, COMMERCIAL BLOCK  Located on two lots by tho watorfront In Davis Bay. 2 stores, 2  suites, could bo 4 suitos, Presently regional district offlco,  100  porcont occupancy at present. A revenue producor. F.P. $130,000  yvlth terms, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  ���       ' ��� ROBERTS CREEK & AREA 7'7'   '-'-',  NEW CONSTRUCTION  New 1200 sq, ft. 3 BR homo under construction. Sundeck and  drlvo-ln garage. f.P, $53,900, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL  Small houso oh largo lot In tho Village. Approx. 600 sq, ft. Needs  work, but liveable. Cq|| Jack or Stan Anderson. F.P, $17,000.  80'x256' WATERFRONT LOT  Located approx. 6 miles west of Secholt. Rolling rock and orbutui  troos, Hydro and powor In,7Excellent now area. Beach occess  available, Call Davo Roberts for full particulars.      '  .,��������������.���,...7,���, ,���, ._���,,,,,,,,,.L^  1240 sq, ft, on ono floor. Tills homo has everything from the %  aero landscaped lot to a covorod patio with barboquo, 2 car .part,  large workshop or garage, Living room with fireplace plus family  room. 3 bedrooms, master, ha* full plumbing, Also secluded. Ono  block to sandy beach, Elementary school nearby. F,P, $34,900,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson, ,  Secluded 2-bodroom homo in qulot atca. Only 300 feot from  pebble beach. Excollont ocean vlow, finished basomont, Fireplace,  Year-round creok through (he proporty. Landscaped, Full price  $39,500, Call Stan or Jack Andorson.  F���� WIiiiumpihii waawnaa��� ipi in ml.'  ! '  '       ACREAGE �� ,  Approx. 5 acres, 290' highway frontago, Naturally trood, gentle  south slope. F.P, $25,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  GIBSOVlS  1 ACRE LOT  Grandvlow Road, Now homo areo, A full aero with soma view,  Could bo subdivided, F.P. $16,500.00 Call Jack or, Stan   '  Anderson,  .       I     ��� n.,1.  ,  GIBSONS  Something special In coilar �� A delightful A��frdmo house on tho  beach by Gospol Rock on Gowor Point Road, Full view of strait,  Include? land on-both sides of road,- Asking only $43,900, See  L��n Von Egmond,  7        GIBSONS  Two cloarod lots In Gibsons, On sower, Closo to boot launching  ramp, Paved roads front and back, Zoned Comprehensive development. Full Price $27,000.00. Call Doug Joyce.  Day* Roberts L*n or Suzanne Von .Egmond Jock  EvWs. Phone 005-2973   Eve*.' Phone 805-9683   Eves, phone  or Stan Anderson Ed Baker  885-2053 or 885-2305   Eves, Phono 885-2641  Doug.Joyce  Evos, Ph. 805-2761  ���������' VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  '   I'      ���*    .',.T  '    -a, '-V   _*.  -..'."On.  fc atajjlx...-*      *     ''  RECONSTRUCTION work is proceed-   ing burned to the ground Aug. 4. New   completed by end of July, according  ing quickly at former site of Harvey's    store, which will be known as Flower-   to Harvey.  Department Store in Gib.sons. Build-    lain�� Florists and Gifts, should be  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, July ,10, 1974 ��� Rage A-5  FOR, SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued;  REAL ESTATE (cont.)  WAITED to buy, small acreage in Sechelt area with 2  BR   house.   Phone -(112)273^  6991 collect, evenings.     695-33  fOUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. Butler Realty Ltd,  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  or 886-9121  SAKINAW LAKE in serene  Pender Harbour. Enjoy the  scenic beauty, summer' or-  weekend^,.from this snug little  hideaway. Large lot,, has 90''  lake front, man made sandy  beach. 2 room furnished log  cabin, deck overlooking beach  and boat float. Storage building. Asking $25,000.  GOWER POINT73 room older  .home' situated on view acre.  Quiet, relaxed living in natural setting. Power, phone and  water service. Easy terms on  $31,500.  GOWER POINT. Attractive 4  room cottage, beach level. Spacious living room open to dining room. Nicely appointed  modern kitchen. Don't miss  this one at only $31,500. *  GIBSONS. Level and wooded  65'xl30' lot, in excellent location. $8500.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  9557-32  240 ACRE ranch near Gilbert  Plains, Manitoba. Good big  game .area. Will trade for live-  ' able home on the Peninsula.  For full particulars write 556,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt. 556-33  NEW 3 BR 1200 sq. ft., walk*  in basement," 2 fireplaces,  WW, in village. $48,500 PP.  Phone (112)922-7918 evenings  or  885-9951   evenings.    693-33  GIBSONS  Village.   Attractive  2  BR  home   with  finished  room in basement. Phone 886��-  7284. 652-34  > Hi,   Mi-naiaa ���   ...     ������ -i   ������    ���������   ^  LARGE view lot on Whittaker  Rd., Davis Bay. Block and  a half to beach. $15,800. Phone  886-7320 after 6. 740-33.  SECHELT AREA  By, Water. Panoramic View.  Ex. grocery and butcher store.  Fully equipped. Living quarters below, Grossed over $83,000  in '73 on 5 day week, 9 a.m. ���  6 p.m,  Only commercial property   in  fast  growing  area.  Closed  due  to  illness.  Black  ���top   driveway,   parking.   129'  , frontage on Hwy. 101. Equipment optional. Only steps7 to  the beach. Sato moorage.  885-2532  ' 9555-tifn  NORWpST  Bay  Road,   largo  serviced lot, 100 ft frontage,'  Approx.  230 ft. deep. Zoned  R2.  $12,000  Phono  (112)  930.  4007. 081-33  MACHINERY  COMPRESSOR for sale, 210  cu. ft. Ingerabll Rand compressor mounted on 4 wheel'  "trailer,"6'cyirContinental gas  engine, WlU run 2 Jack hammers. $GQ0. Can ��� bo scon at  Madeira Park, Phono 003-2233.  507-ttn  1009   CASE   D-450    Crawler  complete with 4" in 1 Droit  'Bucket,   canopy   and   trailer.  800-2836. 82-tfn  MORTGAGEES  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages   Arrnngqd  Bought  , '���  Sold  - First - Second - Third -   ,  ���SUMMER^COTTAaE1���-"  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  '2438 Marino Drive ""*""  West Van. 026-3258  8909-tfn  FOR SAU5 ���  OIL kitchen rnnKe, $35 or offer, McFadctcn Cottages,  Halfmoon Bay. 506.33  FOR SALE (Continued)  TOP SOIL��� Mack's Nursery.  Ph. 886-2684 or 886-7096.   387-tfn  2 ROLLAWAYS without mattresses, $15 and $20.' Phone  886-9842. N      '    696-33  WALK-IN freezer and cooler,  $500 or nearest offer. Phone  885-2853. 703-33 .  -r    - - ' -        - '  FORD auto, trans., low mileage.. Fits 289 and 302 motors, complete with torque converter, etc. $50. 886-2761. . ,  679-tfn  TOPPER FLOAT  Tlie New Wharf or Boathouse  Floatation  Replace sunken logs with proper floatation under your present boathouse or dock. Also  suitable for tie-up buoys.  EL-MAR SALES LTD.  (Distributors)  PO Box 24, Garden Bay, B.C.  883-2671 or 434-9158  8903-tfn  STAINLESS, steel kitchen  range and oven. Built-in units.- All elements' tested Al.  Very good condition. $75. Box  683, c-o Peninsula Times. Box  310, Sechelt.  683-33  INGLIS   washer   and   dryer.  Moffatt   dishwasher.   Phone  885-9044. 688-35  MADE,   to   order,    decorator  quilts   and  pillows.   Patchwork. Phone 885-9624. .  676-35  18 INCH reel push* mower, as  new.  Ph.  886-7027.        620-34  ANIMAL cages, $5 each; also  cream separator. 885-2853.  ,         710-33  40 GAL.' electric s hot water  tank; rubber . tired . wheelbarrow; 9.9 hp outboard motor  with taqk; all channel TV aerial. 885-9054 evenings.    742-33  KELVINATOR fridge. 18.6 cu.  - Near  new. ' Phone  after  6.  ,885-2455.    ,         686-33  FULL  head   polar  bear  rug,  $2000. Phone 885-9477.  p 626-34  -  "Walking Tall"  Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.  July 10, 11, 12, 13  _     WESTERN  Warning: "Frequent' scenes of  brutality and coarse language"  ���R, W. McDonald, B.C. Dir.  Woody Allen in  "Sltjeper" .  Sun:; Mon., Tues.  July 14,  15, 16  COMEDY - MATURE  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons                     -    886-2827   8986-33  MEET   the   new   Mini-Dozer  soon. 736-33  ROUGH lumber; also custom  cutting. Phone 886-9646.   ,  720-33  ' 17 INCH Admiral portable TV,  good  condition, $30. Phone  886-7726. , 722-33  HI-FI stereo consofe, AM-FM  radio. A�� new, beautiful cabinet $150; Lloyd's portable 8  track stereo recorder and play-  * er, AM-FM multiplex, elec. or  batteries, 2 speakers, as new  $150;   also   collapsible   wood-  * en play pen, $5. .Phone 885-  2357. _ .   663-32  PORTABLE record player, $20.  Tape recorder $40. Both good  condition. 886-7726. 723-33  GOOD bed chesterfield with  slip cover $20. 'Antique cupboard $15. 2 flight backs $5 and  $10. 2 old trunks $5 and $1.0.  Heavy work table with drawers $5. Slide projector $25. Ph.  886-2593. , . 724-33  40 INCH GE stove. Good wor-  ' king condition $50. Regulation shuffleboard, complete,  $350. 883-9913 eves.        72(5-33  LARGE cartop carrip.- *>5. utility trailer $15. 885-2853.  .   ���    ' 729-33  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  GOING "concern. Priced in the  10s.-Ready to .move into, new  premises Aug. 1. 3-5 yr. lease  available. Only ambitious types  willing >-to work'i long hours  need apply. Write Box 587 giving name, address and phone  No. c-o Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt. ���   587-33  e  RECORD numbers of persons are expected to visit national parks this year,  and ithat means (many firpt-time visitors.  For those first-timers���as well as for  experienced hands���athe B.C. Automobile  Association offers these safety tips:  e Make your first stop within a park'  at the visitor center, especially if it is  your first visit to the reserve. Become  acquainted with ithe park, its ��� terrain,  facilities, unusual weather and camp area  conditions, wildlife' and other' features.  o Drive carefully. Go slowly and be  prepared to stop for animals. Be alert  for natural hazards, such as loose rocks.'  Guard against becoming captivated. by  the scenery when at the wheel. And  give large vehicles such as logging trucks,  travel trailers and motor homes plenty  of passing room.", ���  ��� e Be extremely careful with fire. Do  not build any sort of fire in an un-  ventdlated or poorly ventilated space. Always make certain a fire is out by throwing dirt_jwater, or both ,on it before leaving the area.     ," .   '  e Let-park headquarters know if you  .plan * a trip away i from; populated areas  of the park by ;leaving 'word of your  destination and intended length of stay.  Take ample, waiter, a good"'map, compass,  'first aid kitj spare rations anil'extra clothing.  �� Watch children closely so they do  not venture into dangerous areas or -become lost, .  o Do not attempt to hand-feed or pet  any,wild animals. "Cute" bears and other  animals are highly unpredictable, and  close contact should be avoided,  4 H.P.  Light 56 lbs. Full gear shift.  Ideal ioft fishing and/or auxiliary motor.  REG. $365.00  Special $349.00  40 H.P.  . ��� ' ,���   p      ' '  Electric start. Great for, waterskling.  Engineered for low-speed trolling.  REG. $11.8100  _ _SpecM^  complete with electric controls,* cables,  prop and tank.  SO H.P.  The only 4 cylinder, 50 H.K engines on  "���   the market. Thunderbolt solid state ignition. {J\  REG. $1305.00 Complcto  Special $1255.00  complotQ with controls, tank,  prop and cables,  SECHELT  885-9626 *       * t ��_*"���__���  -*" a.it iff  .     'vWafiiflf  4 4K,-rfaiaf  Poge A-6 :;\.. The Peninsula Tinies  /,    _ Wednesday, July 10, 1974 .. ,  S@��^'ii(^^s,T��/W��<n��^"im  s__j___aKiMaW4.Jla_u^j^^  ^m  ASK FOR FRE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ���/^L  J  ����*  .-&  S>.  */  "��*��    ,^-\ ^ W2JW; -ill  SECHELT���One adult and two juveniles  >have been apprehended by RCMP in  ' connection with a rash 6t break-ins in the  village last week. ���  July 4, -the adult is believed to have  broken into Parker's Hardware and stolen    I  about $10, in .silver, two toys, and two  tins of plastic wood.  _      The,same night, the adult and two  juveniles are  thought' to have  broken  into the Credit 'Union and made off with  ���  ' about1 $4 in change, two cartons of cigarettes and some keys.  The adult .has 'been released from pol- _  ice custody and will appear' in court today .  (Wednesday). -'  Charges are pending against the juv-  eniles for their part in the break-ins.  Also on July 4, someone broke into  Tyee  Airways  and  stole   about  $5  in ��� -  change.  The Home service station was'  entered, too, but nothing w&s stolen.  7 Police say they are, gathering more  evidence "before confronting a suspect in  ���these cases. -   ,.  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt .885-2235   .  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. & O.E.)  IMC S US  LTBo     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE,���:   EARL COVE #49-3-200  'Near Earl'Cove onJarvis Inlet Rood this lot has a view up the  Inlet. There is a proven well and the" site for a buildinq is cleared and ready to move onto. Place your vacation trailer or put a  summer cottage on this"property...Our sign is.on the property,  s why not have a lok yourself!  BOB KENT, 885-9461  evenings.  CARIBOO COUNTRY* 5.6 ACRES'    '.       v . #3-211  Dreaming of a drier climate? Have a look at this treed -'property,  35 miles north of Williams Lake and near McLeese Lake. 500'  frontage on- Coriboo Hiway. F.P. $20,000, only $7,000 cash,  balance overMO years at current interest rotes. Details and pictures. PETER SMITH, 885-9463.  f>$  .4?  !�������  -V/"t  *J��  ��>  *v  fl��  ~y  X.  \y   Cancer facts  ���**���  vmvIbV'-  -it?.  u.    I  ' THE FIELD of immunology holds much'  "��� promise dn^th�� eyes of many cancer  investigators.  , When tumor antigens are found, the  body might be, induced to' form immunity against them by some sort of vaccine, just as is done how with some infectious diseases. The reason for believing ithat this might be' done successfully  is the if act that some animal cancers can  be inhibited by injections of tumor extracts.  Eew people expect that there will be .  a single vaccine developed for all types  of cdneer. '  , The evidence so far suggests that there ���  are many different pantigens from many,  different tumors,  so that the immuno-;  logical job might have to be done piece-^  - meal. A different vaccine would, have to  be developed for each tumor.  Pamphlets and information about cancer can be obtained free'by writing to:  B.C. and Yukon Division, Canadian Can-'  cer Society, 896 West Eighth Avenue,'  Vanoouver or 857 Caledonia, Victoria, B.C.1  3 BEDROOM - DELUXE - DAVIS BAY       '    f #3-231  Deluxe 3-bedroom home in popular Davis Bay.. 1300 sq. ft. most  of it,in rich shag carpet. Lovely red brick fireplace. Also fireplace  in full basement. Expensive light fixtures and garage. Most of.  landscaping left to your own taste. Near new. F.P. $53,900.  Preview this on our TV screen. LEE BROWN, 885-2437 evenings.  COSY 1 BEDROOM HOME - SECHELT " #3-2^9  Hard' to find homes in Sechelt! Try this one with, Vfe acre of  land. One block to beach, stores ond schools.' This home is an all-  year-round home, heated with electricity and on regional water,  .septic tank. Blacktop driveway from main road, separate small  garage, garden shed, several fruit trees in garden. F.P. $28,500  cash or $32,000 on terms. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 evenings.  VIEW LOT        , #3-223  Large view lot close to ocean, serviced with power, phone and.  water. ��� 100x150' corner property with beautiful choice of trees  and easy building site. $13,500. JACK WARN, 886-2681 eves.  Mm  U#7  -      t*a*H>"  .IS. i,  PICTURED ON Gibbons' picturesque  bluff is, ��� 16-yeapr-old. Kathy Whiting,  enjoys, bowling, skung and all sports.  She hopes to attend vocational sohool  pehConPump entrant in upcoming   Ho study hairdressing and, eventual  Miss Sea" Cavalcade' contest. Kathy_h  ly, open her own shop.  Summer bargaining  eaciaers supnse*  B.C.   TEACHERS'  Federation expressed  surprise at the demand of the provincial' trustees to, initiate salary bargaining  o'rf, July 12- in Vancouver. '  ".We are sure members wiUV respond  to ithe best of their* ability," commented  BCTP first vice-president' Bill Broadley,  "But with the.summer recess, the membership of local,associations���teachers, lO'  of bargaining, they shotud have made  their case at the' committee hearings,"  said Broadley, "rather than creating a  phony confrontation at this time of year."  Teachers feel it is also important for  the trustees- association to be consistent  in then: intentions. Eileen Madson, newly  elected trustee president, has said that she  favors conciliation rather than confront-  Toke A Drive & Bring Home  Some Wholesome  FALWRESH  1DIH  . Grown Rigfaf Here on  the Sunshine Coast.  cal  officers,  arid  committee  members���,   a'tion in dealings with teachers. Pat Walsh,  have scattered from school districts for'   outgoing president, stressed a concern for  summer school holidays, and so on:''  A letter signed by Henry; Armstrong,  executive director in the trustee's association has been delivered to teachers' locals requesting bargaining to commence  July 12 under .the terms of the Public  Schools Act. Current agreements between  teachers' associations and local boards  terminate Dec. 31, 1074 and negotiations  normally commence in September.  Section 138 (2) of the Public Schools  Act authorizes the opening of the teacher-trustee agreement any time after the  beginning of the school year, July 1, and  before- Sept. 20. After notice is served,  negotiations must start .within 10 days.  t "(Surely Armstrong knows that tho  summer -recess makes it very difficult to  bring local association committees to tho  bargaining table," said Broadley, adding  that, the move seemed at best to bo mischievous.  A select standing committee on health,  ".'education; nnd. human, resources formed  by the minister of education met in Jiinc  to examine the'system of 'tenchey-trustee  bargaining but, trustees made no representation to the committee. ���..,'.  ,MW trustees' want to change the system  what he called "an Increasing centralist  education department and a gradual but  peucoptlble movement away from local  autonomy in education."  Teachers are surprised, Broadley commented, at the action of the trustees which  is itself a move toward centralism.  For Quick Results Uso Times' Adbrlefs  -7��.i: '.* ihtMj^x^M&'Ji&^&'Ai^M&i&id^M  rooseidm mmi  Garden Bqr, luad  Half Mile Off Highway 101  24-tfOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE  Installations ��  Repairs O Alteration)*  Water Heators O  Hot Water Hooting  Materials and Froo Information  for the DO-IT-YOURSELFER  y?SSS  233  ME  ��  BS  .,(-,'  Madeira Park Users  Duo to thr^remoly dry conditions this Summer It Is yery likely  that wo will have a water short-  afl��k'.,'. ,..',.:''.,.  Therefore It Is necessary to apply  sprlnkllnjg restrictions offoctlvo  Immediately, ,  1. AH residents from Canoo Pass  to tho end, of Francis Ponln-  .    tula sprinkle on odd calendar  days,     f 7 ,\ ���'.    ���    ���  2. Rosldents in tho balance of  Madoira Park area sprinkle  . on even calendar days,  'THE TRUSTEES OF THE  SOUTH PENDER'HARBOUR  WATERWORKS DISTRICT,"  July 3rd, 1974.  DAVIS BAY HOME - EARLY OCCUPANCY    , #3-182  Excellent 3 bedroom-view home, utility room, electric .furnace.  Heatalator fireplace. Living-dining room 29% of water view.  Four major appliances and drapes are included in full price of  $43,800, terms offered. Lovely garden and home is immaculate.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  SECRET COVE - VIEW ACRE    * ' #30-3-187  Opportunity is knocking on 1500' of highway frontage. Fine  opportunity to own almost 15 acres of property. This property  is above the highway overlooking Secret Cove and Tumagain  Island. Try your F.P.V offer of your own, but we, have good terms  on $55,000. $10,000 down, balance over 20 years. If you like  plenty of arbutus trees, you'll like this lot. BOB KENT, 885-  9461 evenings. , j   2' BUILDING LOTS - ROBERTS CREEK ���*3;?|?  Corner of Metcalf & Lower Road,    two serviced lots, 92x113 .  ,  Nicely treed and there's a view of the ocean too. Very close to  the beach.  F.P. 7$ 12,000 each., LEE BROWN, 885-2437 eves.  TREED ACRE ON REDROOFFS ROAD n*?~]&  This gently sloped lot with a southern exposure on Redrooffs  Road with good indications that well water is available. A lovely  site for that retirement or permanent home. F.P. $15,000 offers.  ���-PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eves.  i.   , ,       i  7 "5  ACRES' &' INDEPENDENCE?" #6-3-154  How about 8.2 ��� acres, two "cleared and serviced. Approx. six  acres in woods with stream , thru. $38,000 on terms. JACK  WARN. 886-2681 eyes.    MOTEL-GOING   CONCERN - #3-221  / 10 units, plus good owner living quarters and the beach right  therel All well equipped and maintained, very low vacancy  rate. Man and wife operation, ill health dictates sale. $60,000  will handle, with terms on balance. Full details to sincere Inquiry.  PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  WEST  SECHELT-V4   ACRE. #19-3-180  75' on Nickerson Road by 295' in depth. Drive by���see my  sign., This lot very suitable for trailer. Hydro, regional water  on application.> Level and cleared.-Build or move on teller-  Regional source of water is by well. Tremendous buy with $4,000  down, balance $75 per month, 10% Interest. F.P. only $10,900.  BOB KENT, 885-9461 eve^   4.6 ACRES-MASON ROAD '   .#3-217  Beautifully treed, level acreage. Frontage oh Mason Road. Zoned  R2��� which permits-mobile homes. Not in land freeze. F.P.  $27,500. LEE BROWN/885-2437 eves.  2 WATERFRONT ACREAGES - REDROOFFS ROAD #3-136  These slde-by-slde approx, 1% acres ��?ach lot aro steep but  what a fdntastlc view from them, and they qre priced low because of steep descent to the Waterfront, There Is a private  access rood to beach for all tho lot owners and the developer  soys ho will bring up to specs, this year. Thero ,aro two good building sites on tHoso ��� lots, one near tho road and the other, neai;  the beach. F.P. $18,500 each. Try your offers or�� both. PAT  MURPHY, 885-9487 ovos.'  WEST SECHELT AREA    "   ' #20-3-225  Vacant lot zoned R2. Large 75' road frontage. Full cash price  only $8,900.  Hooked  to  regional water ond  paid.  Hydro- on    ������  road, land is mostly cleared on, quiet residential road. Mile to    ,���  Sechelt, Vt mile to beach etc. BOB KENT. 885-9461 eves.    �� t  ����� - ���, ������ a.��� im i��� - ���  I   i��� |  VIEW LOT-SELMA PARK         .           "    ,     , rt/wv,   #3-214  Large view lot on Hiway 101  in Selma Park. 117x200.'. Serviced    ;  with hydro and water. Gentle slope,~ treed. F.P. $20,500.  LEE  BROWN, 885-2437 eves.    VIEW  LOTS-PORPOISE BAY #3-167/1168-  Two beautiful view lots in a lovely setting overlooking the Sechelt Inlet, all .serviced and ready for building. Five min. away  from ice arena', and five, min. from'good boat moorage with  breakwater, able to hold 200 boots in'the future.' Come over  and bring a friend and build your homes together. F.P. $13,000  and $14,000. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487.  DAVIS BAY-VIEW HOUSE-MODEST PRICE #3-176  740 sq. ft., two bedrooms, on a view lot on Laurel St. Listed  at $35,000, owner says will acecpt $30,000, ond give terms on  half cash, over 10 year period. Worth examining. See our  sign. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  ' WEST "SECHELT      ' * 7 #19-3-141  Huge lot on Norwest Bay Road! 100 ft frontage by 295'. Hydro  and water on application, ��� Fronts on paved Norwest Bay Road.  - Almost % of an apre, view. Approx. one mile to Sechelt, mostly  cleared, almost ready to build. Priced right at $14,900 for  % acre. BOB KENT, 885-9461 eves.  4.6   ACRES-VIEW! . ���    ,. "        ,     #3r13.2  4.6 acres on Oldershaw Road in Roberts Creek. Gentle souther y  slope, with view of Georgia Strait. Mostly treed with selectively  cleared building site. Serviced with hydro. F.P.. $24,900. Offers.  LEE BROWN, 885-2437 eves.   -  LARGE LOT-DAVIS BAY ' '       CD<fQ3��3,?  ���   Lovely large lot 91x276'. One lot from waterfront. F.P. $9,000.  PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 eves.     -,  VILLAGE - INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY - NEAR % ACRE #3-155  Hard to.find���good, level, industrial zoned property for sale,  with a sound home. 965 sq. ft. A delightful living room with  fireplace. Trees and shrubs give great privacy from noise. V8  of frontage on road; and very central. Have YOW-bufflness_and  home on this large lot Full asking price $53,000. PETER  , SMITH, 885-9463 eves^^   TREMENDOUS  VIEW"'               " ,        x w '     /i9'2?1!  The view will.be great! Southern slope of Mason Rood You have  to see the view over the Islands. Visit the site and you can  convince yourself that this, iV the', last lot left whtch/will give  you a tremendous view with just a> little bit of work..This week  only, there is a price of $12,900',cash ftih this 87-157' lot BOB  KENT, 885-9461 eves. '"      " ' ,'  VIEW LOT-DAVIS BAY   -'       """.,.,    . #3-230  Good view on Laurel St. All services availaUe in an area ot  nice hojr.es on a quiet street, som*? tres on property. Dri^e by and  'look for the sign ''Sechelt Agencies Ltd." and'then^calf PAT  MURPHY, 885-9487 eyes.   ' ���-���-��-.  WEST SECHELT '   ' ' #19-3-202  "A good sized lot 76-178' on paved road with city water. Eventual  view. Only two block to easy access bathing and boating. An  exclusive area for those interested in protecting their investment  Call ROBT. KENT "for this .choice residential property...Ij.K.  $11,000 cash. Terms available too. 885^9461 eves.  WATERFRONT 2 BEDROOM  HOME-DAVIS BAY #3-177  Stop looking for that waterfront home Here it is in the best  view and beach location on the Sunshine Coast With a full  concrete basement, Living room has a fireplace to make it cosy  during those'winter evenings. Sauna, house on beach, and a tree  house gqzebo to watch the settipg, sun Lovely, gnW gcr-  dens, plus garage. For appointm^t, to v few dajl PAT MURPHY,  885-9487 eves. F.P. $64,700.        . ���' '  WEST SECHELT " #19-3-203  Here's an'extra large,lot with 89' front,on subdivision road  approx. 600' off Mason Rd. Appro*. ttab, has city water, fire ,  hvdrant across the road. Easy walking distance to beach and  boX ����*. Hydro and caole TV on fS^^^S^ui  Driced at $12,500 with terms available. Give, me o call and try  yC terms; perhaps we can make a deal. Call the man who really .  tries. ROBT. KENT, 885-9461 eves1.  EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY  ' ���,.���'.   /P"1,!?  A family mobile home trailer park, presently 8 sfviced^raHer  sites, possible 20 more for expansion. Nearly six acres of beautiful park like land. Three bedroom (extra spacious) rno8ern  home with heated 20x40. swimming pool. Sauna and change  cabana at ,pool side. Home and grounds surrounding it are fully .  private, Year round creek borders proP��^^^00ecxc0eill��?t ��P"  bortunlty for the discriminating buyer. BOB KENT, 885-9461 oves.  PRIME WATERFRONT #3-170  Gentle southerly slope on this 280' lot by 68' vylde waterfrontage.  RouoHly 4/110 of an acre with a 2 bedroom home. VejY easy  accoss to beach and boating. All amenities required for vear  round living. Full cash price only $55,000. BOB KENT, 88,5-  9461 eves.  ::  i  IDEAL FOR  Storage - Workshop  Machine Shop  AS LOW AS  *|..79*re.  ,  ..Call Collect or Moll Coupon Today for Color ProtMro,oM Ptfall*  ��� Mplntonanca Freo  ��� 100% Usoablo Spaco  ��� No Awkward Framoa  or Contro Post  ��� Widths to 70', Any  Length  ��� Quick Dollyory  "iNama -,  1 Address  | Pfovlnce ......:...,...:.,...   ��� pato Planning to Build ,  . SUo of Pulldlng Plonnod  ��_M|       p|MM|        pHa"**!       p|^i^        ^^|^^        ^a^^^   ���,.. Postal Code .......���.,  width  .... * lonath  "SQpfTliJ  SECHELT VILLAGE  VIEW LOCATION ��� #3-216  A chanco to buy an especially well  built view homo. You can look for  miles up Socheit Inlot. This homo Is  located closo to all the amenities Including marina., Very 6pac|ous 3 bedroom with onsulto .... plumbing. Full  basomont, 2 fireplaces, auto, oil furnace and auto, hot water heated by  oil, Try your offers to a full prlco  of $65,00(K BOB KENT, 885-9461  OVOS.  7 .' 7   ',''; 7,7  TUWANEK-LAMBS BAY #3-l'58  Just a fow stops to easy access road  for launching or bathing. Spaco  cloared for travel trallor, This lot Is  situated against a back drop of forest/, many .trolls^ for. hlklna. Piper  water and elec. "too. "Vacation tho  yoqr round���act now. F.P. $7,500,,  Yea wo havo terms too, For a vlow  you will novor forgot soo this ono for  yotirsolf. For directions call BOD  KENT, A85-9461 oves.  SELMA. PARK #17-3-210  This homo Is 'not on Indian Rosorvo.  Landscaped and fencing posts are oil  In on this View lot. 62x124' bounded  on 3 sides by road allowancosr Hquso  and carport approx. 900 sq, f|. partial basomont, auto, oil furnace.  $24,900 cash. Whoro clso VIII you  , find a homo on a vlow lot, In a well  populated residential area for such a  low price? My 24 yoars In Socholt  really counts. BOP KENT, 085-9461  OVOS.   ''...,.,/, ......  .. stilSMSWSSSfcl  , QUIETl.ROBERTS CREEK Jl 3-3:233:,  Here's almost an aero of qulot country living. Easily V* ocro cleared.  Majority In garden. A small homo  with I bodroom but all the room  In tho world to expand. A year-round  , brook completes tno Ideal sotting for  retirement"or perhaps |uit��tortlng  out. A phono coll I* all that It takes  to vlow, Just want to look first? Drlvo  up Park Avo, to our sign, ROBT.  KENT, 885-9461 evenings,  jtnfcd^ "f&i**. A  SECHELT AGENCIES DAtE PAD  EVERY |L>AY ��� Phone "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Mfcy ������ 885-2235 (24 hours)  aaa.*aanmaa*manma**aamn*,naaaaa*amma*amaiMH*nn*aa*aaaamaa,mm*mammamma*  -.     ,      ' .     . <'       ' ,'- i ' ,  EVERY MONDAY���I :45 p.m., Community Hall Roberta Creok,  ,     Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowline, cards 8. fllws.  '        ,   . ���   ���       ���,"  > ,)������,���      '     "  EVERY, TUESDAY���7:30 p.m. Socholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Secholt  , Ups & Downs) Club, Now members wolcomo, i  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8;00 p.m., Blnoo, now Legion Building, Sejilielt,  '''''''",,'        '  ��� * , 7     '7 '  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8 P.m.. Introductory Lecture on trancendental  Modltatlon. I.M.S. Centro, Gibsons,, .    ,  EVERY THURS,���B:00 p.m., Rlngo, Pendor Harbour Community Hall.      ���'*"  THURS, afternoons "TOPS',' meBtlng a\ Public Hnalth Centre, 1 i30-3s00"   ���  EVERY FRIDAY ��� 1 -3 p.m., Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shop, Also first Saturday of oach month, 10 a.m. to 12 noon  during summor months. ( ,( ,,  OPEN SATURDAYS ���12 noon to 2 p.m., Wilson Creok'Alb'rfry',      .  p     ,"i ' '  ,���/���"��� !,��    ',���'���'���    ���  11  ��� �� i i     p  i i   |  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Sorvlco  Vancouvor  Roal   E��tot��  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  w  'o  CIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Houra) Bok 128, Socholt, B.C.  .7    ,   ,,.,���      Vancouver Ph<mo 689*5038 .---,,���.��-,.,,---7 . .  g^SBiay^��Twai.,aS��a  h ����MW   !���_____  aw**" _fc  * 7. ^ fi'jnm *8uaasr%  rt.  #1^  i>  V* a-   '1*  ���* *a   *   < f  H    ���*     t V  J,     ,     , , l_   *    a    T��  ^    S ��       -.        *   "* Is.     *     ���      __  \\  i^ -;^Mv' - * ���" .',h  ���TV* ^f\     ,   jA##?   spJlA^,f  it' ��i  *fc'^*��VT    ^   ? -*    a I '5  AW^OURICSRIG THE OPENING OF THE NEW  ARTS & CRAFTS CEMTRE - SECHELT  The Sunshine Coast Arts" Council wishes to announce the opening  of a New Arts & Crafts7'Centre;in Sechelt, at'the-corner of Cowrie  Street arid Inlet Avenue:" This is to be known as "Whitaker House".  All artists and craftsmen of the peninsula are ,  to participate. "Whitaker House" will be  opened on Tuesday, July 16th and Wednesday, July 17th from 1 to"4 p.m, to receive  arts and crafts' for the opening on Saturday^  . July 20th. Registration fees for rion members  are $1.00.  Please phone Mrs. Virginia Crawshaw if there  are any inquiries regarding the catalogue of  the crafts. (885-2198)  '&"  j J,'i *     * iSHkB. HUM SB     -"tv   *    '        'j         ������      ^aJ*   .    w.a     ��   .     . __ j        [       ' |--��   *���*-->    *Miml ~* -*; ��     -J ^  We are discontinuing  BUTTERRICK PATTERNS  2S% PBSCOUN?  NO SPECIAL ORDERS.  SECHELT SKETCH Club staged successful outdoor exhibition July 6 on  fence surrounding Triail Bay Sports  Unlimited storage yard. Many local   by showed interest in many of the  artists were represented and passers-   works, which were for sale.      k..   <.  Section B  Wednesday, July 10, 1974  Poges 1-8  JOLLY ROGER INN  SECRET COVE  Excellent Cuisine and Accommodatibn  11 MILES FROM SECHELT - 885-9998  Jn Chapman Creek . . .  ��n��  v!?w\ i  Some Bolt Material Left  CLEAR-OUT SPECIAL  n i  Men's Dress Casual Slacks  Plaids, Plains and Checks. Assorted Sizes.  %  CHECK THE RED TAGS!  Men's Work Pants  Sizes 30 to 44  Price $4.97  %  ALL LADYBIRD  CLOTHING  LOGGING operations in the Chapman  Creek watershed have reduced do-  mesptic water quality "and will continue  ���to do so unless reclamation occurs," according to an environmental study of the  w;ater source prepared hy the Vancouver  forestry' division.  "Past human activities have caused!  most of the water quality deterioration,"  the report said. "An extensive rehabilitation-program is required." - -.,  . The. regional district commissioned  p. thg study'itoHowing -complaints fronHocal-  a conservationists that uncontrolled logging in the watershed, area was affecting  the water supply.  In its study, the forestry research division investigated, the current state of the  watershed, assessed the impact of past  and future development and determined  'the needi for additional studies.  "Since road construction has caused  'the majority of the reduction of water  quality and will continue to do so unless  reclamation occurs," the report noted, "a  further 'study of this problem (should)  be undertaken as soon as possible to  formulate a rehabilitation program."  In order to regulate future develop-i'  ment in the watershed area, which is considered the most important on the coast,  the forestry division recommended that  the area should be checked for suitability  before further activity is allowed.   ,  The report iurther suggested;  ���that .no roads  be built before soil  sampli) ,, and analysis is performed;  ���th ��t future road building methods  be cosely observed and regulated ,to  avoid problems peculiar to specific locations.  ���that road construotjon only be 'permitted during seasons when soil moisture  content is low ,(June-September) with  special attention given to seepage areas.  ���tthat road maintenance methods be  examined for the consideration of future  Improvements In these methods,  ���.that leave strips be left along sensitive stream banks (moat o�� the stream  banks in .the watershed). No vegetation,  removal in leave strips near less sensitive stream banks should be undertaken  until the -whole watershed has been stabilized by rehabilitation.  ���that a water monitoring system be  established with instrumentation at the  reservoir .tanks.  In its list of specific recommendations,  the division felt that no 'further road  building should be permitted close to  Chapman. Creek and that no forest development should be permitted in the north,  -end of-ithe watershed.until major'sedimentation in the rest of the watershed ds-  stabilized'.     , - .   ��� '  The report said that an area in "the  northwest corner of the watershed had  potential for timber removal provided a  corridor was. cut in the stands and no ���  timber was removed from steep slopes  where natural slides occurred.  "Future development can take place  in the watershed without harm if the  recommendations are followed and care  is taken," ther report said. "Strict supervision and regulation enforcement will  be required if future development is to  take place without detriment to water  quality. Possiible alternative institutional  development methods are'suggested."  With proper planning and execution of  tjie recommendations, the division predicted that future development would  not threaten wildlife in the watershed  area.  Conservation Ists opposing the continuation of 'logging in the watershed  claimed that the diminishing amount of  timber was creating greater run-off from  the treed areas.  But the report noted: "The claim' of  higher peak flows in recent years has not  been substantiated,"  The* study Is slated for presentation  , this month to the regional district planning committee.  Lions 400 winner  GIBSONS' Lions Club 400 winner last  week wns Cathy Watson of Wilson  Creek, phe won $100.  GIBSONS���The driver of a motorcycle  was rushed to St. Paul's Hospital  Vancouver, July 6 after his vehicle went  out of control at the S-bends near Gibsons  and colmied with a car.  A passenger on the cycle, Les Wells  of Gibsons, was released from St. Mary's'  Hospital after treatment for a leg injury.  Police said tae pair were heading towards Gibsons when their cycle apparently hit something on the road and slid  under an oncoming car driven by Michael  Smith of North Vancouver.'       [       , (  At The Times' Sunday deadline, driver <  of   the, motorcycle  had ��� been identifiectY.  only by lids surname of Foreman. ,He' ds ���.  reported in critical condition. RCMP are  investigating.      . .  "'  [picture  NOW also, CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 V 885-2528  885-2151 evenings  ANOTHER SHIPMENT ARRIVED I  Oils & Velvet Paintings with carved frame  Cartoons and Scenery  $�����99 & $23.99  1  a  ^.��^^^^  ��w��onawa<aa��iiaxai- atainroaaaaiCTaaaiiaiiaMwaaaaiaawaawwwgwaaMwiagiaiMawwaaTWWiawOTmwia  of eJDi&Unction  .,'-. *.'.,,,,',to::ht.,.  every budget from  -"  yrloon  vcoveHnab  LTD.       '  Glbsona    O    886-7112  ^ Carpets -fa Tiles  9 a.m, to 6 F>,m. Tmos, - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS   7  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  uruniimieii *,i,iiilwi',i,L.f,.ulini,i i mi..,.,_.,i.i.hv.xu  We NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In the new offices of Trail Bay Design  nt the traffic light ��  Phono 805-2713  imaamaammaaamamamammaammmamaMmmmaamammmmaammamammmmmmmaammam��MmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmidaammMmm Poge B-2   -,    The Peninaulo Times        Wednesdoy, July 10, 1974  ^Mimimt>maa>tmmtmmmniimn0wmanmtmtiitmmiaitmtimmt��nmmma��mmmaat��am  Tks Pems^ula  '/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to'fail to lay what I believe lo be right."  ���. ���John Arams  ��� .. Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  MWWWWMm��UWMWIfMW��fl��WWWa��ltUtfWiniW��MMItl����W  WPMMNMI  9,  27,_  tise the fact that the service will not  be.continued nor did they .even send  out a press release.explaining their action. They-didn't even inform. MLA  Don Lockstead, of the change and they  promised him they would.  The ferry, authority placed, large advertisements in'many newspapers explaining to patrons what,to do should  they be stuck ina line-up. The Times did  not receive' such an advertisement and  who should be more involved in ferry  services'than residents of the Sunshine  Coast. [  ' We have said it before and we'll say  it again Mr. Robert Strachan, minister  of transportation and communications,  we are tired, of being treated as* sec^  ond-class citizens when it comes to  ferry .services.. Tiny, communities in the  interior of B.C. receive 24-hour .ferry  rely on the schedule does not phase the, service.. Should our community receive  authority. They advertise the service and ' less? Certainly not  B.C. FERRIES has done it to the Sunshine Coast again.  . Without notice to residents through  newspapers or even through Don Lockstead, MLA^ it has cancelled late night  sailings for the, summer. .   ." -   . .  Every' night patrons, mistakenly assuming that the ferries are sailing from  Langdale at 10:30, are lining up only  to be told that the last ferry left at  9 o'clock. -  According to B.C. Ferry Authority's  summer schedule for 1974 after June  28 there would be daily sailings at 10:30  p.m. from Langdale and 11:40 p.m. from  Horseshoe Bay.  Apparently the authority could not  hire enough crews to man the, vessel,  in this case the Langdale Queen, so  decided to cancel the service. The fact  that thousands of tourists and residents  then, cancel it, without so much, as a  "sorry about that" to the residents.  "We've issued new schedules," boast  the ferry officials. Big deal. Residents  and tourists are still depending on the  summer schedule which states the service will be maintained. ���  The ferry authority did not adver-  Residehts shoukTtake the opportunity to-protest-the situation, by writing  to Don Lockstead, c/o Parliament  Buildings; Victoria and to Robert  Strachan, same address. While you're  at it/ send a letter to Premier Dave  Barrett. A copy,of this editorial will  be sent to each of the individuals.  \   JULY 4, 197^Elphiiit6iie .'Second^  1    7 .School butned,V:the ground;, Except  j   for the commerce-science and^iridustrial  ;   wings,"the.;21-year old v building was  razed.v'/"77:;V.ii7 -vr7/ ,-*>-< - ^>.  y -Two Royal Canadian Mounted policemen pleaded guilty of using marijuana  and were discharged from the force.  Officers were each fined $2507; - .  'Roberts1 Cre'e'k' residents1 werew alarmed at the July 1 ''happening" at'Rob--  erts ,Creek store when; .-hundreds of  young people and motorcycle'1'gangs  spent .the holiday .weekend there1.,1  V  3vAy 2, 1969^Members- of Se&helt  and District Chamber, of Commerce expressed concern "about the prospects of  as gravel pit in the area.    ' f   '-' n,   ���  ,'  -Residents attended the regional  'board meeting and' protested the' gravel,  operation proposal. "       "."���  . 7 Another 150 population andHthfe village.of Gibsons willreach town" status,  ? Mayor "Wally Peterson told council.  , Dr. G. L. Gemmill was .appointed  director, of the Coast Garibaldi/Health  Ua     ..    r      I    J, i '','���"  '  Unit.:   7-   'i -- '   ��� -. 77 . ~>>  -'   July 1,' 196^West..'Sechelt'Waterworks ^ District mernbers were told that  if enough consumers signed, up a. water  \ system could be, constructed to serve the  'area;' Mrs., E. \Hayward -was elected to  . a term replacing Mrs. J. Acheson and  Dennis Gray was appointed to/replace  Mrs. E. Lonneberg. -7 . \r.  -   A business luncheon:at <the hospital  ' cottage on Cowrie' Street took, a continental "atmosphere when diners ate  beneath lawn tables.    -  * July 11, 1973���A poster depicting  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade will be displayed permanently on' the Sunshine' Coast  Queen. The poster, created by Jo Small,  won a district-wide contest.  Mayor Ben Lang won't seek re-elec-  NOISE IS becoming an increasing nuisance and the time has come when a  concept. '  It used to be that people sought  noise-abatement bylaw is a must for the, bylaw protection to guard them from   culous and7;0hest Disabled Veterans'    nafico  Sunshine Coast.  This is a bylaw that cannot just 'be  enacted by the villages of Gibsons or  Sechelt���it must be enacted by the regional district to be effective at all.  Victoria is planning an anti-noise  bylaw and it would include such -. things  as: loud playing of radios, record players  or television; musical instruments or  amplifiers and, last but not least, and  indeed, perhaps most important of all,  especially in this day of muscle cars  roaring up and down the street, there  would be a ban of loud noises caused  by motor vehicles.  People living next door to a dog that  barks 24 hours a day, a home used for  daily rock band practices, or those inconsiderate boobs who must play loud  music on their portable radios or tape  decks, would enjoy ~-thej protection of  such a bylaw.  Such an anti-noise bylaw would  help in such instances as happened last  year when hundreds of rock-oriented  youth gathered in Roberts Creek.  ' It would be difficult to ban such gatherings and it would be perhaps easier  to regulate them with a noise bylaw.  While it often seems we are already  over-regulated and over-controlled, this  is an interesting and perhaps worthwhile  undesirable structures, such as commercial projects in a residential neighborhood. But today many people are find-'  ing that noises stemming from sources,  other than commercial can be just as  annoying, if not more so. ''  .To some health directors in B.C.,  excessive noise represents a twin hazard  to health. At high decibel levels, noise  can and does result in permanent impairment of the. hearing. But even when  it is not shattering' enough to cause ear  damage, the constant din is hard on  the nerves and often results in emotional  upset.'  This is an era when people are sensitive to all types of pollution.. Although  the visible kind gets most of the attention, a concerted attack on noise could  _ produce dramatic...improvement..,Every  businessman, home 'owner and motorist  *, should': take noise, abatement "into account: >"    - _  The regional district, too/ can play  a role by having effective anti-noise bylaws. If people want to ruin their own  hearing, it can be argued that this is~  their privilege, a But they have no conceivable right to inflict an objectionable  din on other people. In these days' when  sound has, tended- to become all-pervasive, -it 'is time the noise-makers were  told in no uncertain terms.  MUCHO BUENOI���Ohi Chi the Mex- Association,,of.B.C., best-known for  lean Chihuahua .and 'mistress Louann their0 mini ^auto-licence- tags for key-  Patterson show off the latest in can- chains. Pet-owners may obtain discs  ine fasMon^a'plastic identity disc, /toy writing to the TB, Vets at 530-  bearing" a home telephone number. . West Broadway, Vancouver. A dollar    means the, governmental bodies which, ,p.T"v..iaa^nf ^h^TS^Wai^'^Z*  The idea was launched by the Tuber- donation (or 12 pesos) would toe mag-.  regulate, our liyjes, not doctors at a _cir- ':'^ JdSion toS! ���S��nS 5ZI  .est Disabled Veterans' rdfico!            ,                            .,       ^jf^^ *?-�������� ' &��T<%& STS^*0"*  Vancouver, yet 'our"��speed limits are 40  or/50."    ".   '     y   '���     <'!    '     '''-'"  "   On our piece'of road "the divinities   which shape our ends" (Shakespeare) That, ,tion~ as'mayOT of Sechelt, he'toldcoun-  ���Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not^ necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication,' but all originals must be signed by the writer.  busy. As soon as I dialled "5"  I ^  WdDm mmd tgjmmn0 weeMlng mmmpfflp��!?  BROWSING through the many newspapers that cross our desk, we discover this piece by an unknown writer.  It describes a small town newspaper.  a>        ��� *  It's a yellow clipping -in a Bible telling the birth of a baby who , smiled  but a little while, otherwise only remembered by the parents and God.  It's your life history, and ' the life  history of tho.$e you know. It's your joys  and sorrows, and those of your neighbor, recorded by the only news medium  in the world that cares about you.  It's your conscience joined with  others, to form a guard against injustice  by government. It's the difference between you being an uninformed animal,  or a human being, knowing and forming judgment, based on facts made available to you easily, quickly and truthfully.  It's the support from which you nsk  nnd get tho strength of m,any in fw>  thering the wclforo of your own world,  School editorial 'hit  mark', reader states  Editor, The Tinies,  Sr: I am nearly 75 years old but I  am still very "interested in schools since  I have four grandchildren going to school  and. getting along very well too, in this  troubled time. *   ���>  ..' I want to say that, I read your paper ,  whenever I, visit here, especially youri  editorials which are' good, hard-hitting)  pieces. Your editorial on the high school  'building, was very true; rto think the  School board here has taken over a year  to even, turn a shovel full of dirt for  the start of the 'building. I am glad, my  grandchildren go to school in > Surrey  where tihe 'school board' got a new school  going in less than a year after a terrible  fire. Then yesterday (The Times, July 3),  I read a letter by'a Mr., Yorkston saying  how hard #he school board works. Butt  the facts speak for themselves and I  think your editorial hit the mark. Mr.  Yorkston sounds as though he has been a  member of the board and is trying to  make excuses. Perhaps you can tell me  if he is.  Mrs. ANN PAYNE RHOADES  Roberts Creek  Editor's note: The Mr. Yorkston referred to by 'Mrs. Rhoades, and who wrote  a letter to The Times, is Lloyd Yorkston,'  assistant secretary-treasurer, of Sechelt  School District.  those who come after to know.  It's the handful of clippings that  bring tears and fond smiles of remenv  brance to your children, when on the  eventful day, they must share what was  once you and yours.  It's you on your first day of school,  and at your graduation. It's you as a .  little boy a bride-groom and a proud   Telephone improvements ,  father. It's you as a little girl, a bride,    ._,/��,-_ _^���1WJ.,,_"  and a radiant mother. nek*    long OVeraUO  It's you, of you, by you, and for you. Editor's noioi Tho following letter waa  written to tho district managor of B.C.  Tel by Gibsons resident Allan Crane, Tho  author furnished a copy of, hla letter to  Tho Times),        ���       .  Dear Sir: Thank you for your notfica-  tlon to the effect that my telephone number Js (to be changed from the Glbsona  exchange 'to Sechelt's. I certainly have  mo objection to this change so lonfe ns it  BOARDS, and municipal councils hold   improves the grade of telephone service  public meetings at the following times   In this and tho adjoining area3.  and places. f 'In view of my experience this evening  Councils, boards  meeting tinies  o Gibsons village council: municipal  o Sechelt school board, Gibsons,  2nd ond 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Above  Kruse Drug Store.)  your community. It's the only medium    hall, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 7 p.m,  that shows tho future that your footprints were once made upon the shifting sands of time,  It's the bellringcr ot your birth ��� your  marriage, and the birth of your children,  and tolls the bell for'you as you begin  the long jauriicy. It's your servant, waiting pleasure to be read today, tomorrow, '  or next week.  It's a record for you to read ond  keep and read again, or discord, not a  voice or a picture for on instant and then  gone forever. It's (lie bringcr ofnews  tidings, not a carrier of only Uic com-  mcrcnllsm of the market place.  It's tho record of a doy, when a fleeting moment of glory descended upon  your house for all to remember,. and  7�� JTmJfemi^lJ$4M&^. ���  Published Wednesdays at Scchdt     ���  oa D.C.'s Sunshine Co��H  by ��  Powell River Ncw�� Town Crier  Secholt JTIine��_ UaV  ��ox Sio^^iwOK"*  , Sechelt 883*9654 or; 885-2635  Subscription Rntei. (In advance)  Local, $7 per yonr. Beyond 35 miles, $8  7 U.S.A., $10. OvewcRji $11,  Serving the area from Port Mellon, to Egmont  (Howe Sound to lervlt Inleti  a0wmi*mi*VMWini***nHrmivmM*mwmrwv^^  In endeavouring to reach a Sechelt telephone number (and on many other occasions, particularly with Pender Harbour  numbers), I om. wondering just what sorit  at Improvements are envisaged for the  Sunshine' Const generally. What is proposed, . it would oppenr,  la  to tranflfer  o Sechelt* village council: municipal   ffi^i1���?!^ 30? .J^T?,   nu,m1>ero  bnll     lot   nnrl   *r/l   WerWoHnvn'  H'^d JTOm ;thQ GibSOnS to the Sechelt CXChongO,  hall, 1st and 3rct Wednesdays, 7,30, . is it further proposed to add clrcwitsTto  v ��7 Sunshine ���'Cloast Regional board; the.Secholt��� exchange? W so, how many  Davis Day, last Thursday of each month,,, and how much traffic Is an individual  7.30 p.m,   7 ���'���,,'7.',' ,    , circuit expected to handle In any given  '��� , . A.  '     it,        '   .7 \�� .'.time' stpan?   ������ ���   ,,     ]'������''  Members of the public may attend My experience ,this evening indicates  any of these meetings but generally must that tho Secholt circuits aro already over-  obtain prior permission In order to loaded. Round, and about 8 p.m. .this ev-  spook or represent a delegation, enlng, It wna not possible to reach a Se  chelt number because all the circuits wcro  Boat In Llva Entertainment  ���p.,.^!,,,^^^,^!. ������.>|.?l��_,__|,!M_1li<l��IV'.l  >' w^,UlM..lil||.^^.-...>Nl#. ...NO,,, j, ,.,, nmniM >,  ...iW.M.iy .���,���,  f<   U! ''.flW"   ft       &   '        ,V       in   ��    ii    A ? i J  ,\ V *        '    l' sp U,   4i    b ,i ,    i       ii "��   t    I  "JOIN IN THE FUN"  "'PENINSUIA v-HOTBL  Hlohway 101 ��� Cover Charge  886-2472  my ear  was assailed by "the double speed busy  tone. Fortunately, my call was -hot,for  any emergency service', for thislfiatuation  prevailed for over 15 minutes.'     '   -  My experience in trying to reach 883  Pender Harfcour numbers has' very frequently been even more exasperating,  paritiicularly in view of the' fact that these  are, quite illogically to my mind, long  distance numibers with .the' concomitant,  added costs. In my capacity as resource,  centre co-ordinator for the .local'school  board, I have .to' telephone Pender Harbour numbers fairly frequently, and I can  assure you "that the service is far from  satisfactory.  I do hope that the change in my number is part of ia comprehensive plan for  "the 'Sumshine Coast }o improve< ttie telephone service for the-whole area.* Such  improvements are long overdue, I would  be pleased to hear from you with regard  to specific 'timprovements which ' ,this  change and, I hope, others are expected-  to effect, particularly with'regard to the  Pender Har*bour area.  ���     ALLAN' J. CRANE  Gibsons \    ,  Fire chief turns verbal  hose on Gordon Dixon  DIXON is all wet. In regard to the recejat  article in the paper, in which Mr. Gordon Dixon, water works, superintendent,  called on the regional district board to  help him get 'Roberts'Creek firemen to  be less generous in the use of water during practice periods.  I could see no problem here whatsoever. All Mr. Dixon would have to do, is to  get in touch with the Roberts,Creek Fire  Department, ond request they be less generous, instead of them receiving the  word third and fourth hand by some'employee of thowegional board, not his water  works, department.  Just to keep the record straight, of the  three fire practices held in June, on  June 10, water was drafted from Roberta  Creek with our portable pump to top up  our tanks. On June 10 approximately  000 gallons was used from the regional  water supply.  It is my opinion that if 800 gallons  in a one-month period can create a water  problem, wo are In dire need of ap new  system or now management of the old  system. My suggestion to Mr, Dixon  would bo to stop belittling the,volunteers  nnd do his Job by maintaining tho leaking hydrants in our area, which wo have  complained about on numerous occasions  and to communicate with all flro depart-  Wcnta when regional district water Js not  available, so wo <an firemen,��will'naf; bo  losing time hitting dry hydrants.    '  CHLEN KRAUS, Flro Chlet  Roberts Creek Volunteer Flro Dept.  Speed limits concern   '  ,.  Wilson Creek resident  .Editor, Tlie Tlm^s,'  Sir: a few wordo about speed llmlta.  Wo live in a world of noise'and carbon  monoxide. Cars, trucks and motor hikes  golnp 50-00 mph mako more noise and  glvo off moro fumes than tho same going  30..In Vancouver tho , epood.limit la  30 mph. . ,  From Wilfion Creek to Socheit ls Just  as much built up as suburban pants of  Wattor Safety soys,  "li.voatlQ-.to conditions  BEFORE ontorlnq th��  walor, and always twin,  with ��� buddy.?  Perhaps that is because the other side  is bounded by primeval jungle, so nothing  is likely to^pop out of it except/bogeymen,  jabberwocks, ;or' the odd sasquatcib. Who .  knows? '       '   l  ��� * - ' V -  An another thing. There is a fascinating little booklet which I read before the  annual driving test. It gives all sorts of  information and has dinky little pictures.  It tells you which' way to turn the wheels  when stopping on' a hill and what to do  in case of an accident presumably, the result of turning the wheels the wrong way.  Personally 2 never stop on a hill on  account of being unable to  remember  ' which way to turn the wheels. 'Hitchhikers take note/ On a driving test once  , I turned thejn the wrong way. The tester's!  '^scorn was withering. *      "c  :'    But .the "little booklet says 20 mph past  a playground. Davis Bay in the summer  ''���is a. playground:-There is" a-road signJ  'which says so: Moreover,-, kids and, people*.'.  "'are constantly crossing the'.road to' bhy  . ice cream and gassy drinks. So why not  ,- 20 mph. instead of' 30.   ,'  . Oood' King Solomon said:a "For the  lives of the aged, ,who shall icare, but  the 'life of a child is as a precious jewel."  And so it.is, A smart man, Solomon. He  also said, ,"My son, two things only shalt  thou fear, a woman when she rageth and  the'servant when, he ruleth."  JOHN S. BROWNING  RR 1, Sechelt  Norm. Harris, a former firefighter,  told Gibsons council it should upgrade  its fire protection facilities. ,  .Sechelt Aid. Norm Watson suggested  that the village get together with regional district areas B and C and form  a society to operate a library.  July 9, 1969���Children's'choir from  Brno, Czechoslovakia, presented a 2%  hour performance at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Ted Osborne outlined to Sechelt village council plans for,, a ''high class subdivision" at West Porpoise Bay.,.   ���  Sechelt Waterworks Co. was "criticized by Sechelt village council.,.  - Regional district director, Jim Tyner  told the board that medical service in  the Pender Harbour area "is' grossly in-  <'adequate.^' * -x."c-J 'w>\ , t !���������",,  w J Juty: 8;t'v196'l^!^tativ^^pla_ist for  a 3.0-siiite^apaftmem'bTock have'1 been  presented to Gibsons village council.  Sechelt counsellor Bernel Gordon  protested against the action of the sani-'  tary inspector in .banning, trailers from  parking temporarily on- the waterfront  in front of the Calypso .Restaurant. Gordon claimed the inspector acted without consulting council.  Gibsons July 1 celebration was noted  with parades and fishing derbies. "  \   ^������^������^^��^^^��^^^^��^��^^^mmmmmMmmmm^m^mmmmmmmmmmmm^m^mmmmmmmmmm^��am^mmnmmmmmw,m^tam^mmm,mm^^   j  I  I  I  i  ,!  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"T   ��� '."���"���? 7:    885-2922''  - '���:  ''     *       SERVING, THE' ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hour*: 9:30 a.m. to 5s30 p.m., Tuctdny to Saturday,  Opposite new Regional District Offices "Now Undor Construction"  WHARF ROAD  '  v  WWHWWCTWMWWWMWMIWW.WWMWWWWWHEMM 'It-    ,  Wednesday,| July .10. 1974 The Peninsula Times    :     Page B-3  " ''*    77 t, a 7 7 /-,''\f7r < "-.>%     ,        ".-'a, i"-      i>,.    7  Ha//ip^ppJ|dy flqpffipigs  1   " 1 Va  ^-fcy Mary Tinklo?  /ANNUAL v|eneral'tneeUni of the^wners /planUo'settle'intUsechelt-Ha^donBay^  ��      at Redwatts, Waterworks District was   area.~v <    ,? v.    ,- ,..^_-  held June 30 at the Welcome,Beach com- Two young men took a look at Hatr-  , munity hall "and was well attended. The ,'moon Bay last week and decided this was  balance sheet, as of March 31,1974, which ��the ..place they /would like to-return, to  was ^presented, showed a net operating when they have seen "some more of .the  gain for,the y<ear of $319,66. . v " world. They are Graham Gilmorej and  lunt g  e wbrl  six-inch pipe was cuue nume, ��.i i��<=acil.,, ��^j <~~ ..v��--.��, ky���. >; ,&,n#  ��r���?���� 7> ''m.M.h inrfea-sed ot&sure * in all ���at Quesnel but they plan to'take a look , ; 7, >,>,���$& <  SS?��f trtrSUih^ani h^S .t %>e,< Sout* America and South Af- , ^ ^  C^W.wm now.overflowing    rica bef pre settling .down,    u ^ -   i.-.^x ..  and the chlorinator would-be in operation  .     Another .visitor who' came, saw and  within, the next few weeks.   I. was conquered was Doug Webster ;of Van- -  - ml. e**u\m tar two trustees to fill    couver, a Shell Oil Company ,representa-  rt^LS��LTv ttftJotarTtf    tive' who earned the Sunshine Coast to .  the vacancies created ^ ^ "TO^J   iook for a suitable place'for a convention  ililfrfn l^^cST of^ Mr   HmTt   in September. He went/fishing in Don'.  Bob  Forrester  in place  of Mr.', Poster, pound sprang, off Epsom Point He ,wall  Other trustees,are Robert Page, whose most certainly be back! ; ,    - .- f  term -expires in "1975, and Chris Dalton         Mrs., Janet Allen's guests have been-  and Vlnce Shannon,' whose terms expire her granddaughter, Kathy, with husband  in 1976. A .vote of thanks was given to Doug , Nims7 of   Penticton.  Mr. Foster, the'retiring trustee.     ' < - Your correspondent has  just return-  Chairman Hunt introduced to the, own-" ed  from  a ' most   interesting   cruise , tov;  ers   the   new ^secretary-manager,   John south-eastern Alaska on the Spirit of I>on-  Winton. Users* are asked to report any don, and hopes l to tell you more about it -  problems regarding'their'water supply to next week.. Two of the people she met  Mr  Winton at 885-2605 or Mr. Shannon, on the trip had formerly been, associated  at 885 9765  "-         n    '-��� >.,    x l     v   ' with the Sunshine .Coast. One of them  t.     *��� '..!��?+^,' ���_.���* ��,�� wi* Af Mrs was the former Louise McGhie who went  wSflSL* hlvl bWn h^ Paients M^" to school an Gibsons and worked at Port  lid^rwnSSr.^pSd 2d Mellon. She is;now.Louise'Denning and  on June 29, she held a party in honor of ' workmg ma store m Sitka  their, 60th wedding anniversary. The 29         One of the passengers on the Spirit of  guests who .filled the Garnet house and London was a resident of Gibsons many  - overflowed   into', tt*> cottage, included years ago. He taAOertK Thomas ytfxo lett  many friends, asaWell as four generations Gibsons as a small chddI m1906. He still  of Mr. and Mrs. Miller's family. operates a business, Pitt Timber Ltd, in  The Garnet's daughter Judy from Se-1 P��rt Coquitlam. ^  attle was' there with husband Bruce Bot-  ting and their two children. Another dau-    ^*> I      *   ��* C     *     ���.     ���.  ghter of the Millers^ Dolores Romine ( flficf /H/l hCLGftCG  from Portland, was there .with her dau- >-*' " LdLLUJ L *JV, ICI LV. V  i ghter Rae1 Steffan and Rae's three child-    QN .^g Q^t^ Science radio program  The Truth That Heals^ advertised in  APPOINTMENT of Brian Bagley as North  ' Shore district manager has been1 announced by G. K. Stenner, division manager���west of the B.C. Telephone Company's coastal area. * ;  Bagley, a resident of West Vancouver,  joined B.C. Tel in 1948 as a service representative and held various supervisory  positions with the company.  He was appointed customer service  supervisor for the North Shore District  in 1970 and became customer service  manager in 1971. He took over as service  ren.   '-'},.,- ' , *���   . The Truth That Heals, aaverusea in    manager in wu. xie wuiv uvw as d&>.v��.^  ^ , Their son, Ted Miller, arrived, from -j^ Times-today, people tell how relying centre manager in February, 1973, a post  Modesto, California, with his sqn Marty, ^^g on> God's unchanging love and less he held until his current appointment as  Among-the friends present was Mr. Ga-   kon .themselves has  eased  them  out of    district manager.  met's partner, Les Mcintosh of Vancou-    shyness that hinders progress. t Bagley -will have responsibility for the  ver, who'proposed a toast, to Mr.  and For more jnformatiorPor free litera-    entire North Shore  dis triet���which  Mrs. .Miller and' presented' them with a    ture on christian Science, please contact    stretches from. Deep Cove in the east to  'beautiful framed congratulatory certific-    the Mmnfitt!eN>n publication    for the    the Sechelt Peninsula in the west, The  ate from Prime Minister Trudeau. It was   rSunShme Coast kt 885-9778. district has more than 90,000 telephones  a very wonderful and moving occasion        ���      I > '  and one rwhich--they7wouldi never forget,  said Mr. and "Mrs:5-MiUdr- as'^they said,  their, farewells  before' flying' back  to  Portland.  Mrs. Dorothy, Greene spent some time  in Vancouver last week and enjoyed two  From t/ie pulpit  ���by Pastor Garry Foster,  in    vaKWUVd   laav   WW5H.   �����������  Slljwjva*   ��.. w r  most interesting jevenings? As the guest    DURING July and'August thousands will  of Dr. and. Mrs.-Marsh, she visited the ^  going on  vacation. Holidays  are  Summer   Festival   at' the   Planetarium   ' needed and it is a wonderful thing .to be  where she saw' In Search of New Planets.,   abie to get' away from it all for a much-  In the Centennial-Museum were some    needed rest.      "7  fascinating exhibits, including Man and But we find out that we are unable  the Sea, a series of colored photographs to' forget everything. Some of our prob-  illustrating From Conception , to Child- 1 lems we take with us. RegSf dless of the'  ���p.birth and��a .beautiful7erfiibition. of sea- 1 new Atmosphere��we-ireally- do not 'get-"  scapes in all moods, many framed in cop- -away^from it all.' However; we know"  per, bronze and brass. The following ev- that the change does us some good and  ening she was at the Queen > Elizabeth you might as'well make the most of your  Theatre to see the Royal Shakespeare vacation.-1 think it is'a good time to do  Company perform an amusing and uhus- some thanking about matters which are  ual production, The Hollovy Crown, which obviously the most important in your  is about English royalty from 1066 to life, God says, "Come now, let us reason  Queen Victoria's time. , together, though your sins are like scarlet,  Visitors are arriving in the area from (they shall be white as snow; though they  far away places and many of them would are red like otaason, they shall become  like to settle, here if only they could find like wool." God wants .frank cpnfronta-  jobs and somewhere to live. Just arrived tion. 'Let us argue our case, He is saying  at the home of Mrs. Blanche McCrady are . Go to Him and get off your chest what  her son Grant with his wife Jean, children you f eel about spiritual matters Be  Kenneth and Graham and their cat and honest with Him and Christ will do for  canary. They took four days to drive their you 'what you cannot do for yourself-,  camper d6wn .from Whitehorse where wash away'and forgive your sins.  Grant,   an   industrial  arts . teacher,  has On your vacatipn this year it would  been teaching at'the" F. H. Collins High    be an excellent time to have a tplk with.  School for the past four years. They now    your God and Creator. If you do ��� you   ������      will come back home more refreshed and  rested than you can imagine. I pray that  God will protect and watch over all who  will be travelling.        1 .     >  in service.  Why can't the airline industry understand that people simply want an airport  they can reach in five minutes, to board  a plane that won't fly over anybody's  house? T ' '  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  AN INFORMAL GROUP OF* CHRISTIAN  SCIENTISTS ARE HOLDING SERVICES  IN ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH,  DAVIS BAY, CORNER OF WHITAKER  ROAD. &, HIGHWAY   101,   SUNDAYS  1,1:15 A.M.  717..   ALL ARE-WELCOME. '  j  $tr  'aiiaiiaamiaimaaaiaiiaaaJimiiaiiaanaaaiiiiiainiiimiammiR  ' 1 ' , . S  Gibsons Pentecostal      i  HIGHWAY & MARTIN |  Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 5  I  Services 11 :Q0 a.m, and 7:00 p.m.   |  I PHONE 886-7107,  ( |  I Pastor: Gerry Foster S  rfiHiiiiiHiiniiinriiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiniinuiinliininiiiiiniS  J  mammmanmm  IffiJjfjjjSiMiij!^  .LOW COST  . siinii ss.  tor. '  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School  10:00 a.  Morning Worship  . 11:15a.  Evening Service ���     7:30 p.i  Prayer & Bible Study, Wed.    7:30 p.i  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. ��� 7:00 p.i  PHONE 885-2671  ���     '   PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA  ^RANGES  MANDARIN, Malkin's  11 ox. ..-I ' ���  Are you having trouble  obtaining supplies?  At reasonable prices?  "Want<to do something  about It?  Well, sit right down and  drop (is a letter describing your studio, number  of students, pour or buy  greenware,  Our program offers sup*  ply of "molds, brushes/  tools, stilts, glares and  ���tains, & all accessaries"  THE CANADIAN  LOG HOUSE    ,  PARENT EFFECTIVENESS  TRAINING ,.  THE PRESIDENTIAL  TRANSCRIPTS  GULAG ARCHIPELAGO  Solzhenltsyn   ,  -........ '..THE REGIMENT .,-   7  Mowatt  CANADA VACATION GUI Dp  YOU, CAN PROFIT FROM  A MONETARY CRISIS  Browne  '���iiiiaaiiaiiliaiiiaiiaiaiiiiiMiiiiiMuii>ii)i>iiiliaiiiHiiiaiaiaaa  The Unitod Church  of Canada \  SERVICES:  St. John's United Church '- Davis Bay t  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m; [  Roberts Creak United Church     ' |  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m, ��  * Gibsons United Church ;  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m,  1 MINISTRY:  S     Rev. Mm Wlllamson, Gibsons, 886-2333 i  1��iiiiii>iMni>uiimnuMimiiiuiiaiiiuniiiiU)uii>innii'i?i  UBBY'S BEAi^S  Deep Brown  14 or u  for  { 7  iiQUID; .DETERGENT-  Lux  , 32,. ox.  wi  mken HALVES  Glen Valley  Freestone, 14 ox.   for  Assorted Pdr.,  Drinks ...   for  IE.MOMAB2E  for  Rise 'N Shlno  5���3Vt ox. Poly Pak ...,  AH your needs for wiring  those lamps that your  student* make,  fite* teal-IB  BAPTIST CHURCHES  886-2611 ~i 686.74'|9  Pastor: V/Mbort Is); Erickson  GlDSONSi Mornlno Worship 9:30- Sunday School 10:45; 7i00 p.m.  ,   Sundays, Study, hr. 7130 p.m.  Thursdays, ,     ,  SECHEUTt Sunday- School- 10:00 a.rt,,;  Mornlno Worship 11:15 Sun-  .    '      days, Study hour 7:30 p.m.  -.,. ������,.��,. p-Wodnosdays,.,,*,^.,,,,,,.,,,,^,.,.... ���  *ti  HE:iSkJ>lj^'wuSifj -''"^���������,- .a;  ffadil'aSaSaBl^  m��.  ���s  qjafcS^'  x'taTf  Ask us about "kilns, kiln  furniture, slip, pouring ,��  equipment, ate/'  Mon and women chasing each oUior  la whflt maKea the human race.  DO YOU J.ADEL YOURSELF SHY?  Rolylrjo more o'n God's Unchan'olno loyo  and loss an oursolvos. wo can oaso out'  of the shyness that hlndors progross,  rheTI^UTH  tfiormfllLS  Proadcost this Sunday oyer many stations  includlno CJYD1470 Kci, at 9|30 a.m.  A Christian Science radio porlos  ^m%*  QUM>  B.C GROWN  5-7 LP. AVERAGE  C.O.V. FROZEN. UTILITY  LD.  CERAMICS  M70 KINOSWAY  YAHCOUVIR, B.C.  VSR 5H2  APPLIANCES  & HOMK FURNISHINGS    \  WASHERS - DRYERS - REFRIGERATOJrlS oto.  IFURNITMRE - CARPETS & FURWISHIWGS  NEW AND LIKE NEW  8794414  Vancouver,, B.C.  VSN ��T4  2143 Klngiway  MMiii��inaBiaiaaaiiiiiiuiiiiiiMiiiiMiWMrJm>Ha����%p>iWiM>UM<MMk.4iMJi%i^^  A. .' |  RIB SIEASCS ^ci^^bec^o I..���; 'J;^ 1^ ���.  CROSS IIS .ROAST . ^^   lb.  I  w  BKB  ff^ppB  BB  358  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY, JULY ,1!  TO SATURDAY, JULY 13  S8wisBBffiBSsag����aiaaa^M^  We rosorvo the rig fit  to limit quantities.  '^aSt^M^S.!^^^  -v....(__k.^o-to ._.���). :���'��ht��>'j \O.Ti'$',.oQr*'N__'  ,'.>',, ,,.w.;  M/in'tljWv,(��'���. '!X< '.,_,',,...I...,. ,,( ,  ............       . . ,'��� ..  p^��i/: Parker's anniversary  sale starting iod^y :  IT'S anVanniversary; sale^a-VjiU-to-wall.  -   sale, Christmas in July or,'just ariold-  fashioned clearance,sale..    -  C * ���\7  Whatever, you _ call | it -. Parker's.. Hardware ds featuring',it;-said manager-owner  William S. Nielsen."The sale starts'. Wednesday, July. 10 at 8:30 a.,ni, He,told The  ���Times.   ���> *���'���*' -',,',���.������    \    / <. _ ,--  And there will be" valuable prizes given  .away including- a*'first prize of a color  tv set. - 7-' "        ,"7  The sale' will ��� continue through July  and into .August.' *s '  Preliminary meeting set . '.' .  1   <��������  sought. -py ������ tmstees  THE B.C. 'School Trustees Association has  *   , been appointed bargaining agent,for  ���68 school districts, marking the step in  achieving provincial salary negotiations  between teachers and school boards,   ~  , 7 Announcement of the m6ve was. made  "July 2 by Eileen Madson, president of  the BCSTA.      ,  She ��told a press conference that teach-  "ers employed by the 68 boards had been  invited to meet the trustees' bargaining  team< in' Vancouver July \ 12.,  At "present, teachers" associations bar-  'gairi. individually with'school boards on  their wage settlements. ���  ' "It1 is^ thei hope' of the' school' boards  that the teachers ' will - gjve centralized  bargaining a chance," said Mrs. Madson.  "The"primes objective is* to be fair, to all  teachers and boards and to .eliminate the  Page B-4  ,.      The Peninsula Tinies  d    Wednesday, ;Jul/10, 1974  '  ��� '"i77^ -       -    -.  perennial round, of unsuccessful negotiations ending in,'arbitration awards."  7 According, to the BCSTA, it cost school'  boards over $250,000 last year for 74 ^individual negotiations with teachers. 7    ,  VLocal bargaining of teachers' salaries  may sound good in principle,^, said Mrs.  Madson;."but increasingly, the irjajor de-"'  terminants'- of , salary increases.. are7 province-wide, -with little r variation.; ��� ,  "We're ,hopeful that the teachers will  "see bargaining -in this ~ light and representatives of bur association, are looking  forward to a productive first meeting on  July 12."      ' ,;    "  Bettv McGuire wins latest  Sechelt Lions bingo game  .SEOHELT���Winner ' of the'��� latest' Lions  Club bingo,game was'Betty McGuire  of Roberts Creek. She won' $100' iiT the  12th.-game of the series,     .,"    '  Cards are available in Sechelt- at  Campbell's Variety,-The Peninsula Times,'  Western Drugs, Bert's Superette, Benner's  Furniture, Frode's Barber Shop, Family  Mart.    ,   "   ' \       * '  In" Gibsons, cards are'on sale at Kruse  Drugs,. Charles English Realty, Freda'  Scott, Al White and Mrs. Pednault. '  *    *'___'* jo/'   '  'v '' ** mm*-���'^  ^   ' '. ,'.���'--     '>i .*���"���,7' ��� ;" ���    ��� i-^r -7's ^  S ' "a   T,    ��� ', \',-i        ��� .V ' S<  Did you hear about the minister who  put. all his 'hills' ,in a drawer marked  "Due Unto Others"?    ' '-  \     "  �� than. .3,900 Homes every week. ��  THE TIMES : |  �� 885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt) ��  ^tiii/MUtttumtUMStinmuuttiu^  I  i,  innmiiMMiMiuiimiMminnniuiimipmiiiiittMnimmHmmuniiifHMMM^^  | *   Put your message,into 3,894  �� -' homes    (15,000    readers) . in  : J these economical  spots., Your  5 ad is always there for quick  5 reference . . . anytime!  MiunMniiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiniimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimM^^  , * Here's an economical way,to*  ' reach   3,894   homes   (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime! <  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus, 886?27,14, Res. .886-7567  Harris Block. Gibsons,  B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ��� Office * Residential * Wake-up Colls  * .Reasonable Rates  " "Never Miss Another Phone Call'*  885-2245  ANTIQUES   BEAVER HOUSE ANTIQUES  Good - Selection of Furniture, China,  . ' Paintings, Collectible & Crafts.  Martin Road, Francis Peninsula  PHONE 883-9185, MADEIRA PARK  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSS & ART ENTERPRISES  ' Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Road & Grandvlow Avenue  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ���    BUILDING .CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  ;7       Parts, Sales & Service  -,Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Dotsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt  Branch ��� Phone 885-2201,  Gibsons Branch .��� Phone 886-2201  Pander  Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  ���    Box 153, Modeira Pork  HOURS:  Socheit: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m, to 3 p.m.  frl. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Olbioru & Ponder: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m,  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Freo Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  or 083-9972  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Unas  Call for a freo ostlmato anytlmo. "  TEP DQNELY Pender Harbour 883-2734  ' ��� BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD,  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  ��� Phono 085-2622 7  /Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR   ,',  For All Your  ,     Building Needs    ;       *  ,  PltONK VIRN, 003-2325 or 006-2344  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM, SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phona 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CARPETS -  LEON'S CARPET  INSTALLATIONS  Repairs; New  Carpet-Sales and  Installation.  Service Guaranteed.  Comer of Pratt Rd. and Rosmund  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  ' BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  *   J *   DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  ,, GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  DUNCAN & SONS CONSTRUCTION  Quality Builders  SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM BUILT HOUSES  886-9698   .    ���  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD;  Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  We now. have 2 concrete mixer  trucks  ..-...-,.to,seiyejroiiVl ,���_,;   ���>   '   ,  , - R.R. ,T; Madeira-Park - ;-  1 >     Phone 883-9911 \ -   \ 1   J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  _.���������-_.-,.���,���������-____.   ..,���.,������.���._.,....���_.������_.���.... ..���....j���.... _____....,���     ���^....  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ,   Sand and Gravel ��� Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Freo  Estimates Phone' 885-9413  BULLDOZING  Piggott Bros.      *  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  . Clean Air: $1.75 for,72 cu.ft.  .     \    v 1  S R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  , Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  1 ' ; ���  A, C. RENTALS * BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  - Ail Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  wFnDSOR PLYWOODS  (tho Plywood Pooplo)  ALL PLYWOOD!  "*   "*"~'"fxot|c-"and"Consrrwcnon -r���~ ���-������-  Ponolllnn ��� Doors - Moulding*  Glues - Insulation  Hwy, 101   .-���   Gibsons   K   8a6-w^  GIBSONS BUILbllNGi SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD.  "ALL RUlLDlHG MATCniALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE - GRAVF.L"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  CAT D4D  885-2325  PHONE 805-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavotloni - Road Pullding  Grading -Fill ��� Road Gravel - Cruthed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD,  Septic Tank ��� Ditching ^  1 Excavating -*-�� Land Clearing  ;  Road Dulldlng ~ Gravel fl. Fill  886-2830  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE      .  ,P0RT MELLON TO PENDER HARDOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  r ..,.- - - -1 ' ;   J, .,; , ,,.  G, Wa GROGNET  CONTRACTING  Sopllc Tonks,- Excavating   Lovollng & Landscaping  Phono Jerry, 005-2600  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  " *"" PORT MELLON'TO OLE'S'COVE^���  , '        Tel. 806-2930 or 005-9973 '  when  ronovatlno p or ��prlnq cloanlno call ms  (or your disposal noada,  Commercial Container* Avalloblo  USE THIS  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO REACH NEARLY  1 n  raAri    rirOiDI  C  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER YO THE PEOPLE"  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira.Pork  Phone  883-2749  JOHN C. ELECTRIC  New Installation -  Rewiring  Electric Heat - Design  Residential - Commercial  "SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC    .  Wilson Creek 885-2758  Pondor Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Froo estimates  Jee McCann, Box 157, Madoira Pork  ,   Phene 803-9913  J_C. ELECTRIC  New Installation Rewiring  Electric Heat Design  Residential                  Commercial  SPECIALIZE IN ELECTRONIC  Wllion Crook  805-2578  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 805-9978  *  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electriciono  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  ���a. a  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  (or all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ,ESSO DEALER  .   Phone 883-2663,  Madeira, Park, B.C.  FLOORING-. CABINETS  Cabinets -Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Bok 694;7Glbsohs, B,C,  Blair Konnott, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  ' m^^^^^^^^^m^mmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmni 1111 1   HAIRDRESSERS      ;  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen; Proprietor   \  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street       ��� Phone  Secholt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL     V  Madeira Park Phona 003-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties ,  ..,.._ ^.rr-FuUJotel. Facllli  MACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of the Chevron ,  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop . Arc and Acetyllne W��ldlng  Steel Fabricating - Marine Way*  Automotive and Marine Repair*  r,p-��'aifrtf''   Mnr|��|p   Sfrr'r>n  MACHINE SHOPS (Cont.)  ��� II.     11., ���.������������_���_ I �����.______ Ill   ,      .1 .Ml-. i_l.i..ll_1i    ,ll^M.-a��������� ���������H^l  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot  Standard-Motors)  '7 - -  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���   .  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedesr-Benz Service  1 Diesel-Work ' ���'   ���  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ���  885-2523 days ��� 885-2108 eves.  MARINE SERVICES   L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  ��� Marine -Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C."  PAZCO FIBERGkASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  ��� Runabout. *  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES ��� PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE     .  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers.'  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  .Vancouver toll free: 689-5019     -  MOBILE  HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd,)  ��   Complete Maintenance  . .   ��  Do-It-Yourself Trailer Skirting  Dox 920, Sechelt    Service    Tal< 885"2m  ���       "   '-    '���  A "   ���'*  MOTELS   MOTOR MOTEL "900"  at Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast  Highway  Modern Completely Equipped Housekeeping  Units with  Electric Ranges'and Refrigerators.  NEW AND SPARKLING CLEAN  Barbecues and Hibachis available as a  courtesy to guests.  Rates from $9.00 a day single to  $18.00 a day for four.  Special weekly and monthly off-season rates.  TELEPHONE 883-9939  * 1  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2-stroke, 4��stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Socholt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Pocking Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN  LINES  Canada's No, \ Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibaoni  NURSERY  1     - , ,,   ,     1 ,  . , 1 .... 1  Mack'a Nuroory - Roberta Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - FrultTTreos,-. Fertiliser  Berry Plants * Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Llcenwd Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Tree*   ;     '  Sunshine Coaet Hwy. - Ph. 006-2604  PAINTING & DECORATING  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting - -  Private *& Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.    .  883-2678    r  PLUMBING  & HEATING  " -a., 1     ������. ���������1  1���,i.  -.  ij ���a��ii��� 1.��� .a      ^  ��� ii.    ���.     -  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  - Plumbing - Heating - Installations  .. - -   �� Renovations -'Sewer Hook-ups  All work guarante'ed 1 year - Prices on request  '886-7638 ��� Certified Plumber  Box 165, GIBSONS   i *   L. & R. PLUMBING & HEATING  -SERVING THE.'SUNSHINE COAST-  Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER/OPTOMETRIST  v,,.. Bo I B (oc-k, Gibsons - .Wednesdays,*,,,,,  886-2248  ,    Socheit - Mondays- 885-9712  PAII^ DECORATING  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  BRUSH, . SPRAY OR ROLL  Call: 886-2512  CALVIN'S PAINTING ft  DECORATING  p.,0, Box 94, Socholt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  ,.. |ay>w���.M#.IWi.>ii^MI,^i.f i..���,| ...^ i.mmi���,n��������� ^i_> i_,.^i^.-i...i��,.j>��^w��.^iM^^-��h^..j-^-.^..i^..��m.w-mmww.���^.m..i���a.iw ���1 a���^   I1  KAN-DO PAINTING        7 I  INTERIOR AN^> EXTERIOR  Pox 943, Spchelt  005-2734 EvenlnQS;  885-2936  .Your, Business Cord  in this space will  reach nearly 12,000 people!  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  ' Gibsons  Plumbing ��� Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water. Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche  ROOFING  883-2401  J6   Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  1  Hea'ting ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and  Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  1 1(4  1 powor  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION   -  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466   Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.   PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and'Servico ������ 086-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfar  Contract & Renovations  ,    FREE ESTIMATES r-  Len Coatee 086-7685  Ray Coatee 086-9533 or 886-7072  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  1 APPLIANCE SIRVICE  ���Used appliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons   '  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllers - Generators - Pumps -  Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coait Hwy. fl< Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 803-2305  Why Buy,When You,Can  RENT IT 6t  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD,  ;  Domestic & Industrial Equipment ;  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants.  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  ���^ASY" ERECTION "ANliTSTRlPPING"^*  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT7 ~"  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Rood, Glbtont < ,  "Wo Rent or Sell Almoet Everything"  TypowViteri -Lighting Plants . Televisions  Roto Tiller;* -'Cement Mixers �� Lawn Rakos  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 866-&84B ��� 2A HOUR SERVICE ,  m taammaaammmmaaaaaaammjmammaamamaaaammmamaammmmim  RETAJIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  '~*^^^^"SocK��ltr*��B.*Crw~^^,r'   APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  ���'     HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  ���HW��^1i^. mum MailBl.fllll|ii>|llM||ll)M^WMIW��.i.Wi��M.MW''''^W'i��,MtyiJi|IW����ll'' m am���*Ha���ama ���- ���  GENERAL STORE .  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  Francis Peninsula Road  Ponder Harbour - 003-2413  7      BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES -'TAR &,GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons    886-7320 .      .  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early -check our prices first  ��  Custom shakes split to order     ''  ��   Roof repairs  ��Eaves and trough gleaning  Box 380, Sechelt , Phone 885-9873  ROOFING��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles'- Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING AND   REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt Phone 885-9091  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA ;  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 88J-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood' Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  STEAM CLEANING  MOBILE STEAM CLEANING  . ,    ,,���rlndi^strial Equipment    ,    .-  ,   .. ���Automotive "   "   7PHONE* 885^9715 :���'-'.'  JOHNSON STEAM CLEANING  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  ' Sechelt,  B.C.  Office  885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.     ,  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine, Coast'Highway  Pox 13, Gibsons, D.C. - Phene 006-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGB  '"���"���'���    '     '���'���'���"^TPi-7 7','7V'- Ir'.'  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CBC radio.. . .  one  Happenings ardtuid the Harbour  t&jL MJ&vS)  WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 ���' ', ..' 4  ONE of'the.most ^beloved ladies of Canadian theatre, Jane Mallet, stars to'  a new radio comedy series. "Travels <with  Aunt Jane" starting tonight at. 10:30.  (Jane Mallet is the grandmother who' collects long distance phone cf^3 & ^f TV  commercials). '  Aunt, Jane is an unmarried lady of  seventy-ish'from a small townwiho travels across Canada by bus visiting relatives she's never / seen before. Her surprise .visits precipitate some entertaining  situations. Harry, a split leaf philoden-  dron, is her travelling companion.  Scripts have "been commissioned from  Canadian .writers including Eric Nicol,  Tom Hendry, Ann Henry, Louis del  Grande, Arthur Samuels and Michael  Oook. The locales pare spread around the  country from St* John's to Niagara to  Vancouver. ' . .  Concern, a program, -which attempts"  to Ifind meaning in the human condition  through the concrete experience of orcbW  nary individuals repeats its best programs ���  from the 1973-74 season. Tonight at 8.03  ganging RafoUri Shlomo Carlbech in7con- ���  cert  and discussion1 with7"host Warren  Davis < . *  . The Bush and the Salon, 11:03 pjm.  ���Coppermine Martyrdom ' by George-  Whalley based on known facts and surviving documents,"- is the story of ,two  Oblate priests, Father Jean-Baptiste Rou-  viere and Father Guillaume Leroux. They  were missionaries in the western Arctic  and were killed, in 1913 by the Coronation  Gulf Eskimo..  THURSDAY, JULY 11  Themes and Variations", 8:03 pjn. Bass-  baritone Janos Tessenyl and .pianist Jon  Coveart will be heard in a lieder recital,  including works by Brahms, Liszt end  Bartok. In Paitt H the Festival Singers of  .Canada conducted by Elmer Iseler perform the Mass for Five Voices by WilEam  Byrd.  FRIDAY, JULY 12  This Country in the Summer,, 9:13���  noon originates today from Calgary and  ���Edmonton. Between Ourselves,- 8:03 pjn.  Sudbury���a Company Town examines the  way a single industry, can influence a  city's past, present and future. Shows  how the lifestyles of 'the" residents are -  profoundly influenced by.the activities  of their economic overlord.    '     ' '  -  Let the People Sing, 10:30 pan., an  international choral competition organized by the European 'Broadcasting Union  and produced by the BBC 33 choirs from  15 countries will compete for trophies  in. five categories,, youth, equal voice,  mixed" voice, school and contemporary  music. Canada is represented this year  by the Kelvin High School mixed choir  from Winnipeg in the school division and  by Brandon University chorale in the  youth class. With each week's choral performance is a summary of the adjudicator's comments^ and decisions. The j>anel  consists of representatives from five of  the world's radio broadcasting systems,  under the chairmanship of Dr. Siegfried.  Gdslich of  Bavarian  Radio.  Canada is  , represented by James Kent a CBC producer and composer. Tonight choirs from  Australia, Norway, Finland and France.  Last year the Vancouver Chamber Choir  conductor Jon Washburn was one of the  winning choirs.  SATURDAY, JULY 13  Our Native Land���the only network  radio program of its kind in North America. Presenting the views of Canada's  native peoples.  The Young Ones���-teenagers and young  adults appear to be on the move across  ��� the nation in (search for something. Do  they know what they are looking for,  are they finding it, jLs it new or ancient  this elusive knowledge they call their  own thing? Young people from across  the country discuss their unrest. 12:10 p.m.  CBC Stage 8:03 p.m. The Expxjrxrdated,  by "George Salverjson���<a topical drama  about a family whose very existence is  threatened by th�� expropriation of their  homo for a new airport.' .Violence erupts  , as members ore split on ithe issue, In the  cajst, Waiyen Wilson, Sandra Scott, Frank-  Perry, George Robertson and WHUonv  ,   Kemp. ������ 7 ���/ ' 7' ���   7'  SUNDAY, JULY M  Sunday   Supplement,    10:03 ,a,nv A  Sunday journal,of the air wi>|h emphasis  .   on, the arts and uclenoes aa;well as tho  funnies. Today: a profile pf New York's  f amou? Chelsea Hotel prepared by Patrick  ,   Hynan,   ���,��� ',7    .  Th�� Entertainers, 7:03 p.m. A special  on Joni Mitchell, folksdnger and composer. -  She7talks7 frankly  with Malka Himel-  Oohen about her life, loves and the music  industry^ / '   a  MONDAY,' JULY 15  - Ideas, 11:03 p.m. Continuing the series  Body/Mind, Culture and the Body. Part  1���Cultural Pathology, Lethargy Mils  more than activity and cultural impera-'  tives 'make ours a lethargic society. Part  2���Esalen address by George Leonard.  Part III Toward an Athletic Life���runner  Albby Hoffman on a new society.  TUESDAY, JULY 16  CQ3C Tuesday night, 8:03 p.m. An ev-_  ening of opera. At 9:30 remembering  Jennie. ToureL a tribute to the Late Canadian born mezzo-soprano, includes in>  pitervuewts' wlith Leonard Bernstein ana  Peter Mennin., ' ���  TELEVISION,    .  Encounter,'Channel 2 10:30 p.m. Thursday July 11. Doug Collins of Vancouver  and Elizabeth Gray of Ottawa will alternate as host of this summer' current  events series'dn which two guest panelists  question informed, newsworthy guests on  matters-.of national international or regional concern. The series will originate  from various CBC production centres.  This "week from Ottawa produced by  Cameron Graham, probably follow up to  July 8 election, host and guest TBA.  FRIDAY, JULY. 12  30 from Winnipeg, 3:30 p.m. Channel  2 and 6. Winnipeg's North End host Alice  Peyser. Fart melting pot, part pressure  cooker, Winnipeg's North End has produced an enormous number of talented  people. Alice Poyser reminisces and analyzes the phenomenon with poet-aultJhor  Maara Haas and actor-singer Cecil Cens-  hyshyn.  SUNDAY. JULY 14  Sunday Best, 4-5 p.m. Channel 2 and 6.  That wonderful day when I reach 6&���a '  documentary on pensions written, produced and directed by Ralph Thomas, examines the dream and the reality of private  pension plans end the effectiveness of  the Canada Pension plan. Repeat. , "  MONDAY, JULY 15 ,  Double up, 9:30 p.m. Channel 2 "and 6.  Second show 'of a" new series starring  Hart Pomeranz as a quiz master.- Guests  include an inventor who has found.1 !new  use for styrofoam and a woman who is  a fly catching champion/ '  Si. Bart's yicar  is on vacation  REV. David Brown, vicar of St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons and St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek, will be on vacation for three  weeks effective July 9.  In case'otf* an1 emergency/;persons  'should contact Rev. Canon'Minto Swan,  885-2101, he said, or Rev. John Godkin,  883-2640. Services at both churches will  remain as normal.  ailllllHliiiHiiiimgiiaimtMnii^iffiy  FISHING,; boating, swimming--athose are  ' the things one thinks of as, happening  around the Harbour'this time of the year.'f  ; And they're happening^ but' so are other"  things in a more cultural, sphere.'  Howie White'tells me "that the nextJ  two issues of Raincoast Chronicles - are  .  all laid out, and he will commence print-   ,  ing' shortly. But meanwhile, there have  been other products- of the print shop.  First was a small pamphlet of verse  ,by Hubert Evans, callend Bits and Pieces.  Hubert is, better known-as a writer of,  prose-ihe's the author of .several books  an innumerable short stories,, many of  them written for young readers,' and his.  best-known adult'book  is Mist of the  River.  Howie tells me Hubert Evans is that,  rare 'being, a Canadian ^writer who has  succeeded in earning his living with his  pen for about -30 years! And he's been  doing it right- here on    the Sunshine .  Coast, at Roberts Creek.  Another and somewhat more ambitious  volume has also come off White's press-  recently: this one is also a book of poems,  by Pete the, Poet-Dreaders of" Raincoast  Chronicles will <be.familiar with some,of  his verse which has been published' in'  that periodical's early issues. - j. 7  Peter Trower's collection' of verse is  entitled Between the Sky and the Splinters. This was a larger printing, and the  volume will be on sale in many bookstores, and hopefully also in some of our  local gift  shops.  Future plans of Howie's include publication of a manual on loom- building for  would-be weavers, and an historical newspaper slated for distribution to students.  ' Meanwhile, there' has 'been plenty of  action of the more expected summertime  variety. Last Saturday there was a get-  acquainted barbeque- at, Coho Marina,  where Monty and Gail Rolston, the new  resident managers, were co-hosts with  Ab and' Wendy Haddock, and Bill Samler  and Neil MacLeod.  The new operators of the business  were anxious to meet as many as possible  of the regular' customers. They were hampered in issuing invitations to their party  by the fact that they had only a /very  small incomplete list of those who have  been dealing with Coho oyer .the years.  So1'if you are a regular customer, but  didn't receive a bid- to the celebrations,'  they hope .you turned up anyway; and  if you didn't, please make yourself known  to Monty and Gail next time you're  around their way.  ��� I'm" sorry to say I have still another  " accident to report; This one happened early ire the evening of Dominon Day, July  1. Asia. Yarney, a summer resident of  Garden Bay, was struck by another craft  while crossing the harbor in her boat.  Harry Nelens of West Vancouver was the  driver of the other vessel He was .travelling west, with the sun in his eyes, and  apparently failed to see Mrs. Varney until he was almost upon her. Mrs. Varney  was taken to St. Mary's Hospital by ambulance, but later released^ with what I  understand were not too serious injuries."  , An eye witness of this accident was  Mr." Varney, who watched from the shore  as the two boats collided.  Mr, Nelens had brought a friend, a  missionary back in Canada on leave for  by KoJhlGore Yull a$83?9068  I '/        ^    .     - ' r        't '   I   -  a well-earned'rest, to the Harbour for a  weekend <xT enjoyment. They'd had two '  successful fishing sessions, and were en- '  joying their weekend until Monday evening 7when the'accident'occurred. They  were considerably ..shaken by-the incident,  although; neither, sustained any injuries. '  Gilbert Gooldrup vires the first one to  come to. Mrs.-. Varney's"aid. "Hie.force of  the collision had/pinned her beneath the,  damaged motor',' and he freed' her and'  brought her 'ashore.' ',.,*'  .The new Legion iiuilding is going  ahead well, as, you've 'probably .all not-,  iced. I updertand-it is hoped (that'it will  be in use by late August, although the  official opening is scheduled' for October.  The new quarters will, be many, times  larger than the present building, and Legion members hope to put the.new facilities to good use. They'll, be able to accommodate a much larger number of  guests at their functions���dinner ,dances,  and' other gatherings.'' 7  I've-had, a complaint from a local insomniac: does'anyone know whose dog  it is that 'has been barking all night recently? The light sleeper has threatened  ' desperate action if Iris, owner doesn't take  steps to ensure that this .nuisance is  stopped'."l '  Jim Tyner and Carol Maynard are  both reported to be making good recoveries from their recent bouts of illness.  From Egmont I heard of an unusual  ���an almost incredible���-undertaking by  Pender Harbour's Sam Hately. Sam bored  a ,three-inch hole through four feet of  concrete to put a bigger shaft in his  ferro-concrete, sailboat,. Sundowner, as  part of a refurbishing designed to prepare his craft for a venture into tuna  fishing.     - >  Ben Griffith'has completed the rebuilding of his troUer, The Sound, and  has gone north fishing.  Another member of the Griffitn clan  ���.Iris' mother, Agnes Hill���'has recently  returned from a visit to Britain, and reports she spent an enjoyable day in London with Elsa Warden of Francis Peninsula. Mrs. Warden is reportedly enjoying  her visit there enormously.  Brian and Caroline Jeffries are making a visit,to their mother, Jean Thatcher,  in England: Jean is, of course,-the former  postmistress at Egmont who is now  making her home on the other side of the  Atlantic.  Ann.Campo, eldest daughter of Mrs.  and the late Mr. Clarence Cook/has ^returned to take-up her residence in the"  family property on Waugh Lake. Cooky,  as Ann /was called during' the years of  her growing up in the Egmont area,.re-r ,  centlyheld'a garage sale; the sale had a ,  double' function. It served to, clear out"  _a lot of discarded material from the property, and was also an occasion for renewing acquaintances with many old friends  in, the Egmont-Earls. Cove district/ v  Although when you read this the elec- -  tion, will .be all over, as-I write it'it's ,  still in the, future. Hope it's been a-decisive,, victory one. way or another���preferably the right way, that is, the way  I voted.", . :  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, July 10, 1974 ,  WMwmmmMmwmmmmtffm  o   o   ��  o   o   ��  AMP SILO.  a mstmMiiimffmmmuumMaMm  i  uilUiHililiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiif^i^i^^naiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiaiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiniu  r   Kinsmen's White Elepkcasif Sale       ; g  (AUCTION) ."'S>'  July 14 - 1 pm. BOUGMi^^RKg &bsom  Come support our Pool Fund Raising Project  DONATIONS STILL WELCOME  PHONE 886-2151  OR CONTACT ANY KINSMAN. -  [itnmmiinnimmmminnnniiaimim  | 7 -v ' |  I  COMPLETE CHECKOVER AND REPAIRS TO T.V.'s  $12.95   |  S  $14.95   |  |_____,  i  :3*WWIUMaW*Ma^^  _S3^L.^_!i^^  pi-g :immsts^^.  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MILLER  ,   6935 Dumfries, Vancouver, B.C.  ,1  "'    a       t  LOOKING FOR THESE FEATURES  IN YOUR NEW HOME?  A  rMUE vr  l^iuiib  ety) as led by newly installed pres  ident Ken De Vries, centre, posed _        .  for their portrait at their recent pin-   tamer; Annan Wold, bulletin editor,  Wally   Langdale,   secretary;    Sain  Hauka, director; Jim Ridge well, lion  stallation banquet and dance. Pic  tured from left: Don Elson, tail twist-'  er; Al White, director; Bob Lambert,  director; Ken Crosby, second vice-  president; Larry Boyd, pas,t presid-  Missing from the picture is Jack  White,' treasurer; Len Wray, third  Vke-president and Terry Simmon^  director.  Sechelt News Notes  A TINY bag of skin and bone with a  large beak was found alongside of the  road. The kids were really looking for  a shrew, as one of them had never seen  such an animal. Thinking they had found  a baby one, they picked it up only to find  out it was a baby hummingbird!  Miraculously, it has survived a week  and now is a fine feathered bird that  flaps its wings and opens its beak to say  it' is hungry. The Skipper says we will  have to fly south with it this winter to  show it the way.  Ed and Ann Rennie of Wilson Creek  holidayed at 100 Mile House, where they  visited with Randy and Ray Page, former  local residents, and fished a few of the  lakes in the area. After returning home,  they took off with Bill and Jean Clark  ot Selma Park in their vessel the 'Bee  Jay 25' up the coast to Stuart Island,  where the fishing was great, and other  points in the Gulf.  Earl and Effie Miller from Vancouver  had a grand visit with friends Harold and  ��� Cay Nelson, iii .Sechelt.."       *      "       "~'(  Sarah Gerring and son Hugo flew  back from Montreal while Dr. David  Gerring drove the route, returning from  his post graduate course in Canada's  largest city. ,  Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell flew to Ottawa  to see her sister Teresa who was- ill in  hospital. Dr. Don and Teresa Thomson  are a talented couple. Teresa writes poetry and boh, a civil servant, writes books  for the government,' His first was Men  and Meridians, a history of surveyors and  maps. He is now making a historical listing of aerial surveys.  (Mrs, Stockwell attended the Governor  .General's garden party where Lady Le-  gar,  a  charming!    lady,  moved  freely  ' amongst the guests, who included ambassadors and their wives in native costume  from all over the world. Dorothy talked  7 to some from Bombay, Russia and Indo-  ' ; China.7; . ',  The 'RCMP band played the national  anthem and tho Queen, a most .stirring  rendition of both, as well as many other  numbers with the birds singing right  along with them. 7   ��������� '   ���'  Attending the show Southern "Blues  at.the , Arts Center, thqy. found, it much  too loud for real apprcciatlort, THowever,  it was tho last one as ill was closing for  'rehearsals' (for the festival. 7  A'pleasure it was for Mrs. Stockwell  to have dinner with Ed and Anna Cuyllts   and  baby  Jay'i in their charming  home. Ed is enjoying his job with the  department of transport, while Anna is  learning French at night school.  Jimmy Stockwell flew home from  Australia, arriving on Saturday with his  wife Liz and' their baby son Dean Ray.  Clyde Higginson, equally as , fortunate  as his friend Jimmy, is also returning with  a wife from Down Under. Her name is  Julie. .Welcome to both ladies.  Up at Lord Jim's, Henry Hall, with  the help of Keith Sund'quist and the rest  of the staff, have installed a cantilever  ramp. This is made of cedar, with weights  on the end. As you walk out, the ramp  goes down to meet the floats. Unfortunately, they were unable to obtain cement  when needed, so they filled the cribbing  with rocks. This is where everyone was  pressed into service on that familiar game  on the coast, moving rocks from A to B.  Cliff Connor was able to come to the  aid of a big Newfoundland dog, and thus  earned the gratitude of the dog and his  master. The poor animal had a .fish hook  .stuck in his paw, one ,of -those treble  hook affairs. The dog patiently sat, knowing he was being relieved of his agony,  while Cliff, as gently as he could cut it  out. This scene took .place outside the  Wakefield Inn.  'For those of you who like to send  the new Canadian Scenic Calendars overseas, we have them displayed as well  as many other types. Call in soon���Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  m*******m***^mm**to^NNh��**gvNnmawMVNM%t*v^imi**+.  TOTEM CLUB  INDIAN HALL  '"''���"'''"���'* i  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  # DOOR PRIZE -k  ^^BmX\mm^m3m^^m^WmS^^^^^^^^S  310 No. 5 ROAD, RICHMOND  PHONE COLLECT: 273-4861  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii  .    !      VANCOUVER YARD  5569 VICTORIA DRIVE  PHONE COLLECT: 321-6731  '''������'��� ..    "   ' ���' ' ,7     _ i   ���;  FRQNT ENTRANCE DOORS. PHONE COLLECT  ON QUOTES ON COMMON OR FINISHED  LUMBER OR WHOEVER YXitlR BUILDING  REQUIREMENTS ARE.  JSOil^  Paae B-6 The  Peninsula Times  " Wednesday, July 10, 1974  Julian nets  SBOHBLT���Jerome Julian, 21, of Sechelt  has been sentenced to one year definite . and six months indefinite at the  Lower Mainland Correctional Centre for  assault with intent and breaking and entering.  Julian earlier pleaded guilty to the  charges and the case was remanded to  July 2 for sentencing.  Provincial court was told that Julian  assaulted Sechelt resident Sam Woods'  near Mission Point Road May 11, cutting,  his throat.  And after being released on hail on  this count, accused broke into Sechelt's  C & S Hardware, opened the till and  set a fire under the counter.  Judge Bendroit from Vancouver rec-  oommended that Julian should serve his  sentence at the Alouette River alcoholic  unit.  MISS BEE'S |  CARD & GIFT SHOP   !  m  m  . Wharf Read - Sechelt. 885*9066, s  ..  P.O. BOX 213 ��  ��_.  HallRMrk-Ceirtt* cards and wrappings. 1  (Fiaa" English china cups and eaucera, 5  Boutique items,  local artists paintings.    =  IrllllillllllllllllllllUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIltllr  NOW OFFERS A COMPLETE DESIGN  AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE  .OF THE SUNSHINE COAST.  FREE CONSULTANT AND ESTIMATING SERVICE.  irwwiJruiMiMiiiiiviiini.ni.ii'.vf.iiWii.uy.iiiiui, imiii i jj'_4jruii[vjmniiBiiwiiTniin|lrfiinr.Mil,wam��B8aaag  WHARF & DOLPHIN ST. - SECHELT - 885-2713  MEMBER OF B.C. CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION  immmmMMMm  Pishing lips  PRESENTED BY  NERCURYLAJD  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9626  CLEAN BOTTOMS  MEAN SPEED  Do you keep your boat in the  water for long periods of time? If  so, have you noticed that your boat  doesn't seem to run as fast as it  did when you first launched it?  A rough or slime-coated Hull  can hinder the performance of  your boat much more than you  realize, There is a drag between  the bottom of the hull and the  water any time a boat is moved  across the surface. This drag or  friction must, be reduced to get  good speed Jrom your boat.  In warm, fresh water tiny  organisms will attach to the hull,  creating a slime' that increases the  friction. If a boat is left in the  wntcr for many months without  being cleaned, you can actually see  tho slime, However, in < its early  stages you can. feci it more than  you can, see it. It Is hurting your  boat's performance.  In saltwater the .problems are  evert more pronounced, Thousands  of different marine organisms will  ' attach to the hull In a very short  time. Commonly called barnacles,,  they'll make a boat bottom feel  more like gravel, than a hull, in  just a couple of months, i  There nre many things that can  bo done to smooth tho bottom of  the hull, Most firms produce marine fillers, scalers, primers, paints,  arid waxes designed'to resist t|icso  , growths. These products arc available for uso oh all of, tho popular hull matcriuls, llko fiberglass,  aluminum, and wood.  -^Rcccnlly'r���tihero,'-,,linvo*,"bccn-,M'  chcmlc'nlN developed thnt con be-  applied over'the null's regular finish to glvo it nn ultra-smooth coating, If you are Interested In getting .  lop performance from your boat,  you may want to Ipok. Into ono ot  these products nt your marine  tlcnlor,  Racing canoeists loo have been  cleaning and waxing their hulls to  1 plvo thom ft Utile extra speed with  |m work, ,     ,  IC you like to leave your boot  in the water for long periods of  | tlmo, nnd It doesn't havo a coaling  of ono of tho nlgac-rcslstlng compounds, we suggest you pull It out  of tho wntcr every month or two  for a cleaning. Wash tho hull with,  n > detergent Nonp lo cut tho nllmo  nnd then flush wllh fresh wntcr,  If you* want, npply a* cont of wax, "  It will help your speed. .  If you are golnn to clean a  bnrnnclc-covorcd saltwater hull,  you may have to resort to a lot of  ��� scrapping, Care must bo tnken not  io ifi.mf.Re ihc hull's finish during  litis promt.  It may seem like a lot of fuss  lo fight lho (.lime on your hull, but  even a light coating can cause  enough friction-resistance lo cost  you several miles an hour speed  and greater gas consumption,  Most deals are good deals but too, often unsuspecting consumers have been taken for a ride by  unscrupulous businesses. What seemed like a fair deal  turned out to be a raw deal and to make matters worse it  was legal. Now all that's changed because of the Trade  Practices Act ��� the first of its kind in Canada. It's  designed to stop 'sharp' practices and "in doing this-fc also  helps honest businesses who've had to put up with unfair  competitors for too long.  An example might be an elderly consumer who has  literally been badgered into a long-term contract. Another  possible situation may be, where you are led to believe \ou  are renting a colour T.V., but in fact you are committed'  to buy,the set from the start.  These are only a few examples of the type of  'selling tadti'cs aftd otheir'T'nisleading'pnictices that are the  target of the Trade Practices Act. To help you the A��  , lists examples covering a broad range of deceptive acts  or unfair schemes.  The Trade Practices Act is now law in British  Columbia and will be administered by the Department of  Consumer Services.  Its aims are quite simple; to stop misleading and  deceptive practices quickly and to help consumers recover  their losses if someone has. tnken advantage of them.  By familiarizing youiself with the Act you'll  become nn informed consumer making it far more difficult  for you to be the victim of nn illegal prncticc. And if you  should become the victim, the Act will help open the doors  to the court so you enn stand up for your rights.  A Director of Trade Practices will be appointed to  handle consumer complaints and investigate possible  wrong-doings by suppliers.  The director will have a number of options  available in order to settle a dispute.  First of all, an attempt will be made to discuss the  matter with both sides and amicably resolve the matter.  We're confident the great majority of cases can be handled  this wny.  If it appears the law hns been broken, the diiuctor  can ask the supplier to sign an agreement promising to  abide by the Act and,'for example, give the consumer buck  any money lost in the transaction.  If the supplier refuses, the director can risk the  courts to settle the matter quickly and fairly.  actaoffls defined.  Doing business in the marketplace of the 7()'s is  often moro limn just the strnlglit sale of merchandise,  So tho Trade Practices Act also defines the leasing of  .goods,, the supplying of services nnd the yruntlnjj of credit,  ns consumer transactions, This definition applies where '  yoti've entered the deal,after July 5, 197-1. Only dealings  governed by real estate, insurance and securities  , legislation itrc exempt,  ,  i    , "Let the buyer beware" is a saying that's thousands  of years old nnd the Department^ Consumer Services will  dj> everything possible to help you become aware of ,  deceptive nnd unconscionable practices so Dint you will  know when someone Is trying to take ml vantage of you,  Service Centres will be opened nt several locutions,  in iho province to receive nnd act on complaints, The  centres will he staffed hy counsellors,' researchers,  investigators, specialists when necessary and volunteers -���-  all ready to help you. They'll ho located In areas whore you  shop, close to public trnnspoiiation and equipped with '  library/resource facilities,,  ,Two basic types of practices are prohibited.by the  Act: deceptive and unconscionable.       > '  Deceptive practices Include cvoryil.lnj. from a  dishonest pies pitch to mlslciullhg advertIslng and phone  solicitations or exaggerated rupnir.estlniatos, In other  words If it's misleading, or lias the tendency to mltjleiul a-'  ,altYdou��ptlvc.���.^,��.^���^,^  Let's suy you were told your new ear will get "M)  miles io the gallon" when In fuel y��nfl| probably have     '  difficulty In geiting'20 miles lo the gallon -  that's deceptive.  'Another example Is T,V, repairs,' You're told you   '  noutl a new S75 picture lube when nil your sol needs Is  some minor adjustments,  If the court agrees thnt you've been misled, then  you have a right to recover any los*f or damages suffered <   ���  and lho deceptive practice will .alt*, be .Mopped - for good,  An unconscionable practice Is one (hat Involves  high pressure tactics anil slippery; tricky deals, You've '  been conned, the business In quest Ion knows It nnd lite  court won't enforce tlie "bargain", Or to pat It more  politely, if the agreement Is so highly unrcnsonublo as to  Imj unfair, or the circumstances surrounding the iran,inetlon  nro overly harsh, the court may declare the entire transaction lo be unconscionable, If so, the supplier cannot  enforce tho coptraet but you may sue him If vou hnvo  suffered nny loss,  ' >i"v7'*��")1  One of the mosl Important aspects of the Act Is  that ll makeis It easy to help yourself,  Tlie Act catalogues traps for'lliu unwary, loopholes  ^'iindx^mnit)iV��biiscs-to-w��tcli1or��n(lwlini7ouwin'ilo;-~'"-'��  about thom ,'., and there Is a lot you can do. You can  pursue a complaint on your own, and If necessary, go to ' ��� <  ' court on It, You enn usk the Ji|dgc to stop the fiiugnl  practice nnd to help other consumers In addition to  yourself who may have lost money due to the same  sharp pracileu,' ���    ,      - ��� '  ,So |earn all you can about Hie Act and don't forgot  to use the valuable services of organizations llko the  ������������ Consumers' Association of Canada, lienor Huslness  ...... Bureau... iho.newspaper help columns as well an tho ,  Department of Consumer Services,  ' ."' Nowresponslblc Consumers and honest businesses"  can stand up for their rights, Wllli'llie help of the Trade  Practices Act you've got what It takes to get yourself  n fnlr deal,       , , '  It you're Interested In learning moro about tin;  Just write to tho Dcpnrtinent of Consumer Services In  Victoria, B,C, Bo suro to specify whether you're a  consumer or business so you'll gel the pamphlet thnt  concerns you most, ,.  ho Act  /r���,.f.  f ^jEELa British Columbia Department ot  CONSUMER SERVICES  TT*t Honourable Phyllis ibuna Minister  '>_M_7 Jmi*  7 ?VV ��.''> V \t  ZJime&  I , V ' ,  Ladies' Golf  i  ���*?  sV\V  ,4   ��  >V i   -.  ���by The Everyday Golfer  SUNSHINE.Coast Golf Club ladies held'  a'craers' .tournament July 2, with Eve-'  lyn Cooper rtaking top honors 'in nine  hole play. Margaret Arbuckle- placed  second with Isobel Cowley and Jeannie  Meadows tying for, third.  Over the full 18 holes, Norma Gaines  and Jeannie Meadows tied for first place.  Applicants named  in hunting draw  THE first limited entry hunting licence  draw for three areaa of the province  was conducted recently. \   ' '  Attending the brief "ceremony at fisih ;  and wildlife .branch headquarters were  recreation    and   ,conservation' 'minister;,.  Jack Radford;. Howard English, "former 7  director of the B.C.- Wildlife., Federation  who is now fisheries advisor, to "the federation; Fred, Kroerang.of: Victoria; .an   ^B=ar^~i,vU!ioCr  applicant; and Dr. James-Hatter, director.7 r ���*j_-_____ff *i  of the fish-and wildlife branch.^-,   ^r\  The species of big game animals coh-  * cerned, areas, season dates, licences available and the number of applicants are,  as follows: 1  ,(a) Grizzly Bear in the Bute>and,Toba:  Inlet, areas of Management Area 3, from  Oct. 12 to, Nov. 10, 1974. Number of licenses available was 15, number of appli;  cants was eight. (Note: for subunit 3-3  there were five licenses .available with  seven applicants; subunit 3-4 there were  five licenses available with only one applicant).  (b) Mountain Goat in the Nass Mountain range north of Terrace in'Management Area 25,from Aug. 17 to, Sept. 22.  Number- of licenses available was 100,  number of applicants was 53. ��� . ,  1 (c) Mountain Sheep in the Ashnola  River Drainage* southwest of Keremeos,  MA 7 from Aug. 31 to Sept 13,1974. Number of licenses available was 50, number  of applicants was, 99., , "' ;- ��� "'  ' > Hatter said that individual hunters  whose applications were drawn are now  being notified by. mail. Unsuccessful applicants will also be notified^by, return of  their unopened applications, including  the $5 fee.  -L\  ���/.A,  ���/"  ���/���  I t"  .���sr  ���a?  * i  ���Vfc.4r.��.  **��W alMW   ���������������fc��m  *������ ������ aU ���    .    ������ ������ ������     an.    ��� a  ��� ��� ���    wnaaw.��������� M>Wi Wa-������������      ���    ������      ���!���������*��� a.    ��.a,���_���������_!������ ��� M���ai*.h,   _.J  LAST MINUTE preparations ready\ engine will make . a7 daily, six-hour  Che Roytal Hudson for her inaugural excursion frorai North Vancouver to  run to Squamfeh and back. The steam  -Squamish and return.  Day excursions . �� . ,  isfory. reiiveci as  Hudson i<&  Rod 'n Heel  ���by Brian Baker  WELL, fishing on the coast did pick up  ' considerably last week; with some nice  springs taken at Buccaneer Bay. Gower  Point and the Gap were hot spats,, too.  The moochers are taking, ithe most fish  with livd herring, but'flashers and Tom  Macks are close (second. '   ',  . Lake fishing, on the whole, has been  steady, with good1 catches from Sakinaw,-  Ruby and Waugh Lakes. All the lakes  on .the Peninsula are productive and most  are accessible by auto. Trout lake is right  on ithe highway and has fiSh to three  pounds. The majority of the other lakes  are on logging-roads and it is advisable  to phone or contact the company that  uses these roads and find out the b'est  time to travel them.      ,     ,  In most cases, a small boat is neces-'  sary to fish the lakes as there,is.quite  a bit of underbrush and weeds. The fidh,  RiECENTLY, the Royal Hudson left North  Vancouver on its inaugural run "bo  Squamish, all shiny black and Tuscan red  with 2860 emblazoned1 proudly on her  sides'for all to read. "     .  The eerie  lonesome1 sound  of train  whistles ..will once again fill the air as ,  she rounds the bends .along the sinuous  40-mile stretch of 'track.  In the early 50s, steam locomotives all  over North America were being replaced  by more  modern diesel engines. Royal  Hudson 2860, after a Vancouver-Revel-  stoke run that began in 1940 and ended  - in the mid-fifties; was shunted into history. - ' '      ���  . In 1964, Vancouver city council decided  that an old steam engine would, make a.  fine display. Thus began a search that  ended ^Winnipeg. Old 2860 was there,  along with-.a' few of her peers, awaiting  the  wrecker's saws  that would reduce  her to scrap metal.  . Brought back to Vancouver? the 2860  was refurbished by the Canadian Pacific  Railway,, and a Vancouver Railway Museum Association was formed. '  The old engine' was turned over to  Vancouver by the CPR in 1964, but after  several years of attempted fund-raising  and negotiations the project to acquire a  site for, the 2860 just faded a\yay. The  engine then reverted to the CPE.      (  For a time it seemed that 2860 was  doomed to disintegration.  Hopes , were .raised briefly in 1970  when a Vancouver, businessman purchased  the1 engine.  But the   2860  was  at this time of year take a dark fly readi- .  ly. Try a Black Gnat or Doc Spratly in  ���S0OJjLbw* ta.E�� roundhouse.  the eaTly morning and evening and Brown  Hackle or Brown Mosquito during the  heat of the day. I have found, through  experience, thiit the smaller the hook on  bright days the better, and have, at tinies,  used flies tied on #14 hooks with great  success.  Trout have a tendency to. mouth a  fly of any size and quickly spit out any  that doesn't feel right, but the very small  files seem to fool our wily trout and they  swallow them on the strike.  TPhe mouths of all; our local streams  are a good bet for cutthroats and I,would  use wet flies In the sliver minnow design  or any' if ly with a silver  body anU a,  touch of red,TM you prefer spinning, tho  silver Kxocodll spoon with o red stripe  ' down the side should get results,  ���  With fresh water fishing, as with saltwater, consult your fishing regulations  for closed areas and dally limits.,Till next  week, goodjPishinjg and pgood luck.   ]  Then,'in 1973, the provincial govern-  yment purchased1 the locomotive.  To engineer Robert Swanson, a director of B.C. Railway and renowned; for his  knowledge of railways and his enthusiasm, went the task of turning a trifcky,  static display into a working locomotive  ready to pull summer excursion trains  from North Vancouver to Squamish (and  handle winter ski trains).  Swanson knows engines. He also  knoyrs people and he imbued the workers  (many of them were oldHime railroaders  brought back for this project) with so  .much,of his-'own enthusiasm that 2860  rolled out of the roundhouse in June- in  spanking fresh garb just waiting to be^  steamed up.'  She's quite a sight, this massive engine, resheathed in stainless steel, when  the steam billows from her stack.  Her royal crowns have been firmly  reafifixed. The "Royal" designation was  given Hudson locomotives by Buckingham Palace,-after number 2850 powered  the royal train during the ��� 1939 royal  visit across Canada. All Hudsons from  2820 to 2864 were  given crowns.  In 1940, the 2860 was the first engine  actually built as a royal Hudson. Now  she's back in action.  A whole generation has grown up  without the thrill of riding in a train  pulled by a huffing, puffing metal monster. Now they'll have the chance, and  along one of the world's most scenic  stretches of track.  The 'Royal Hudson will travel, courtesy of the department of travel industry,  throughout ,the summer on excursion  runs from the BCR terminal in North  Vancouver, to Squamish.  The, return trip, including a two-hour  stopover, will take ��� approximately six  hours.  For those who remember the days  when steam was king, it will be a journey  into nostalgia. For those who 'don't,. it  will be an opportunity to see the way  it was when railways were truly Canada's uniting link.  The Royal Hudson 2860���it's good to  have her back.  Arena News  - ,      *��� -.  ���by Helen Phillips  THE ARENA ^Association, has- been given  va lovely git; in the form';of7a.lot,  by Sechelt Lands., An application to Vic-'  toria for a lottery permit has been made,  ,a'nd  when this  permit .comes1 through  we will hold a huge raffle..       ? '  '  ,. " Everyone will want to buy a ticket on  this lot. Real estate is a great investment  nowadays, and this is  a  very valuable'  gift that Sechelt Lands has donated. And-  very much appreciated.  I had a. phone, call' a few" days ago  from someone who,, is interested in how  the arena is doing and reads my column.  This woman was; thinking about the'lotteries sweepstakes that are open for application to service clubs etc. The board ot  direotors have given the auxiliary permission to -apply to _ Victoria for these  sweepstakes* so I hope the ladies will go  ahead on this. ;  Sweepstakes are always good sellers *  .and we might as -v^ell sell them in B.C.  -and keeb the money here for community  . things, as i many, buy , Manitoba sweeps-'  . takes where' all the profits go back to  Manitoba. Good luck, ladies. I hope your  " application- is approved because it is a  good' moneymaker.  Also  thanks to the  lady who was int��2rested enough .in our  ". work to bring this "to my attention.  Travelling back and forth to the arena  I have noticed B.C. Hydro crews popping  "poles along the way. They aren't up yet  but at least it gives a'bit of hope as to  - power in the near future.  " The last three work parties have been  very good. We have had a lot of aanrthu-  siastic ladies out, and I may mention,  these ladies do not all necessarily nave  debentures but they are interested in giving a hand to a worthwhile project &>r  their community.  These evening work parties have started painting upstairs and we have two  coats of color onsome walls. Oyster white,  the only color I'm mentioning by name, >  will probably start going on Sunday. -  Most of the walls in the bar have  cedar on them and they look beautiful  The different dark and light colors of  the wood look very effective. On the tops  of the settees we have redwood and we.  have had two volunteers putting finishing coats of varnish, or whatever they  are using, on the redwood.  On Wednesday there was [a group of ���  12 volunteers���high school students'���sent'  out ,by the village. They did a handy job  of clean-up for us. For payment the poor  kids got coflfee that would have melted  a spoon. Don't worry kids, next time you  might" get fresh coffee.  ' The planking is down- at .the far end  of the arena >and the carpenters, are working on the partition that goes between  the large and small sheet of ice.  It as starting to all go together so well,  even though there is still a lot of. little  things to do, it is shaping up and getting  rather exciting to think about. Come 'out  and see it, it's a beautiful building.'  I will take pictures of the advertising  that has been put up. Then you will be  able- to drop into Frode's barber shop  and see for-yourself what the ads look  like.  Wednesday, July 10, T974  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  wzz  ^.kMm^y..^M^^^  Sra^lS^KBS;^  I  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  i  ,,. Ret Garbage JMspbscil .,  a     - *  7 ' '   / '���.'' ''a,     ' .    ,        '  Under the terms of the Sunshine Coast Regional District Garbage  Collection and Disposal By-law No. 22 (1969)), as amended, it is.  strictly prohibited, to deposit tree' roots and stumps on Regional  District Garbage Disposal Sites.  , ,  ���' *   ' - .   *  v Any person found guilty of an "infraction against such regulation  shall be liable to a.fine.not exceeding $500.00 and costs;"  \  \  July 2, 1974      -  G. DIXON  Works Superintendent  EE8��ss_^.^_3|_i��ii^^^  _^��uw��Bwe3&.agg����adfa  Sunshine Coast > Maps,. B.C. and Alberta Maps, Canadian Flag and Sechelt  decals, all at Miss Bee's-TSechelt.  ii,i ii  iu ��Jip'aJJi����ll|lMlM��iMMaj'^l'l8ISj_i45l!Ml"'"ll"'J4 WBWMJB"MWM|W'w''l'>M'i_l'**fi'W_j___  ��  itaWiajBjrawi  sz  son  (  o  MEW LEGION MALL - SECHELT  t  9-1  P.M. ��� Music by "LIBRA"  ,       .     Tickets $2.00 por person  For Tickets Phono; Day ,,885-9828, Eve. ,885-99-49  -ii.fc.r.r.iiTiriT,  #.����^����_��&3ij^  ����B��iaii^^  VILLAGE OF ��IBSbMS  Tax notices for 1974 havo boon mailed. Please contact the Municipal  Off lco ��� 886-2274 If you hovis not rdcolvod your notice.  Payments may bo made at the Municipal Office, 1490 South Fletcher,  Giboono, B.C. VOW 1V0. If your taxoa are paid by mortgago company, bank or  ���'"/ '��� '��� 7     , i . i ���'      ''.'���,���'       , ,,    i , p'i   .i   '.    '   ���'   ���' ��� , ,  othor agont, and If you aro ollglblp, ploaoo complete the Homo-Owner Grant  and Resourcoa Grant application and forward same to your agent without  delay. It Is not necessary to mako a paymontin order to claim your-gwmt.r"~~"  PEWALTY DATE ��� JULY 15, 1974. Paymeiiits must be In the Collector's  offlco by 4:30 P.M. JULY 19, 1974. Postmarks aro not acceptable as last dato  of payment. ������ ,;' '.     r   /  ," '"  J.  W. COPLAND,  Clork-Troasuror  ^  How brewed iit Bptisli Colraiilbia  CnrW>erg h.is long bcon the wo'rM'n mont c?fp'ortoil Lager beer, Now  Carlsberg, the glorion*.,bcc.i* of. Copenhagen,.Ik brewed .right hVre  In British Columbia, And because It's iiONV brewed here, youx,\\\  , enjoy Carlsberg IVonIi from the'Brewery. , ,,  Carlriberg h.. brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark lo '  . the taste of Canadian beer drinker.,, piscover Carlsberg for yourself,  isssssss  BgMj  3S8R  -___���  C7.VIMI1 V    "''V."4""  >J,  V  *v  :/  \X\'"'..    r  1 p_"t > .     7 .,  tEi:  a _��� _*_��� 1  Poge B-8 The .Peninsula Times Wednesday, July 10  ^  ,-^"  "  '-"'"iP.  At Sf^ JEfilda's hall . . .  -.w),  sr?*  /  '   A  �� -  7 T.vff.  '"    !V_u  f ���  'IV1  i\s J  'V:~.f^W^'^  ?77- "-1'"1 '���-'���  "^7     v   f  \3(> J__a -1 t%^iHiiBi^2^  mmmmiamiftwmimumimwwMMjriWiimttwtmimffmimimtmA,  ,19/4       ��<,8      ,   r ., ,,      / .,.���< 7>, A"7"(    >      ' -, ,,    ,<;.,. 7,;,^.''vi7:7.,^ 5,7*:,., v\, 777" ^ U t >*>&  L~��� -*���7J ���sS'j l >> c    ' 7 "���'77.V'-'rJ   W,''>m'.,7,"7"'p��i j-a.���'..   7-V.j,'4-i"'7,p, ,r,   S  iT^iJlv* '<;y^yy--yyy^:J^mtiM^'���;.��� '^7"|i  ,IllOS PENDER HARBOUR AREA I  SECiiELT-^-Sechelt Garden Club held Its    Potted plants and'arrangements, cup,'V.   gv 7"7  V' '  I    annual summer-show June 22 in St.    Reeves. -Hanging basket, cup; R7 Foxall., g >     ' ���  ��� -^"   1��.' L��MI _W a-.V. ^ \     "W. i  ���     iV. "Mb .   'r  f,y-*'   ���   *'   *- . JM.  NfeM^k ,   -.;   ,,-    a- -pp^^v,.. >,,     ���,,;7- '7   -7'    -     - A.!,  *��*"'fe/r Sand��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Gravel, ��4c.; |  WMS'7      ;.,'"'   '     7   '    ,7'-"7;s7 >f-r     i       ''v ''-       ���]_   'a. at   I  .   S    We now have 2 concrete miner trucks to servo you.   , i  Jup,'V.   |v 777  -\   <\ . t, ,'\ . 7/-.        ;    ^    .       '   '   ,7.        '\    p^ ,   I  7,; 1     7 r   ,.,R.R. 1, GARDEN BAY;,.��� 1  "������,'"'I/ 'y''-'><y\,:^ f\1.' f PHorae: 883-9911 7���"-;��� '--.'���-    ' Xrl  ���_ TI  H     ^am^mmmmmmmmmmwmiatmmmiimmmmmmmMnKamiiJtMmmmmmMm��MammmirmmrMmma��mmm��BmmMmmMmmMmaammmmmamrMm^&  7\.'   7   .Hilda's.'Church' hall.Jv . ,   <'���;       '      ,"; African violet cup, V. Reeves.-' , ;    - V'7  v: ���"*^.; 4   7 >'    '   In spite of a wet1 spring, which de- ' -'   a ,.*    - >K'' '    >;7 -'7'," \  ,'*ijB       i  77 laved many flowers from blooming, mem- - l ��f��7  "*   '' 7      7 "' ���" ' k (P\   'H.-iS'"' "        "  -" >       ' '    <v -  " ^ <2'<    '^       '"-   -   "r^      '      ' - "  '   > '8  - a;   Srs entered a wide selection of plants.    -TilTlQ g^lljf OlJ; ^  f        ,The eevnt was opened by Dave Austin, ���  '77 manager'of the-local Bank of Montreal.   .  ���vs  i' ��� ���  ���      -a*  TiffiSB_vi(L kfflr ^* ���fTtaL MHDI''K  W'^^y T^t Ti. fr+ti-'*a Ifc J__s �����  ���'*��;.  (*a-SS<j��v.     ^rWMV^  vTW'*w. Afc*l��*-��* n*wwji���**f**ta  7 y < _;' ��?' 7; l  ���, C1" ,N" 7l ci."? ���;  In"his opening remarks; Austin praised ' ;tA|Sfi , f%ift(bk 11T| 1^  club'members for iheir" enthusiasm!   v' ��� tSu^s^&E^t^ r\ifJLJk^0 ��� ______t._l.w  iV< an5Sr^^e1S^rS^y^ J^S ^^^aU-wks' Iw^: ^owh7  ���^ a%X1^th?tvent w^e?Su flow- 7 shghtly from-the 10-year average',of   -  7    ���rs;  M'  Connack;   potted  plants,, Mac 4.78 .inches .Last year's recordJune ram- h  Baba; floral arrangements, Afth Martin. ^J!*^*���^-.*'.              '.   7"  <'   / ^Winner of the door prize,was Jimmy Rainfall for the first six months;of  DeHart, of Sechelt. Mrs.'J.  Balfour  of- 1974'is" 35.35 inches, 12 inches more,than   -  <  Roberts Creek 'won the raffle.        7 last year..<r��     ,'*< >>'���'*   r \  ,>,;"  Full results 7 of the  show, were  as /iHigh temperature .was 73 ^degrees on ,  '  follows: '                 ; ���      '       '        ' a June 13 and 29. Overnight low'tempera-   ,  |           Cut  flqwers���Vase  of   annuals 4.' J. ture was 42 on June 8,   -    ,       7    /  F   Allen/ Delphiniums, 1. J. Allen, 3. J. Mac- June w^' generally a sunny month  'Leod. Peonies, 17 J. Allen,, 2. Josie Reid, wit�� 20 days -of. sunshine.   7      * '  .iV^P���t^^teT"C!^tal��POPpieS'w Last week's -recorded    temberatures .  Frank  Read   2.  J.  Allen   Pansu*, ,W. and Onfall follows:'           ���          l(: ���   "  Bushell. Violas,- 1. Olive Marshall. Roses, .                     >    ,- ^           , '    > __  1. W. Bushell, 2.R. FoxaU Bowl of Toses, , T                .       , ��� **}&*��� ^   Pr��c-  -1  Josie Reid >                                 l ' June  29<~    73 -  53   -  ^ ' 7  Bowl of miniature * roses,  1. Frank ,     Ju"e ^  -T    ��}'' *   ^6'     ml  -  Read, 2. Olive  Marshall. Iris,  1. ,Frank '      ^ 0J ���   ��*      ��3      nil  Read, 2. J.,Allen. Lupins, 1. J. MacLeod. **? I     f0     .51'     -60  ...  May lilies,  1. J.  Postlethwaite.  Lilium, JUJV ��  l ��8   ^  53      .74  1. J. Allen. Flowering shrub, 1. J. Postle- fV * ���-,  65       53    , nU   ' ;  thwaite, 2". J. Allen. Any, other variety, July 5 ���...... r   65      50     ,nil;.,,  1. Frank Read,  27 J. Allen.1,Basket of , a   ,                ,         ;     , Total 1.34ins..  fl�� pSt^d1 plante!leEoliage ^lant^i.  V. |����l"ll��"lllll,l,l,"��l,lll��lll,IIIllll,,,IIII,l"��l,"i  Reeves, 2.- J. Postlethwaite, 3. S. Jensen. = a  Fern, 1. V. Reeves, 2. Frank Read; "Afri- e     '  , can violet,1 1. V.  Reeves, 2. S. Jensen.  Cactus7collection, 1. V. Reeves,-2. S. Jen-  ��� sen. Begonia fibrous,' 1. V. Reeves. Hanging basket, 1. R. Foxall. Floral arrange  0 7 ; .7y S'S'-h^v 7ih��\7 ?.,  ,p�� '      '/   ��^-a>.,i/ i '< ," y[> y,, ,i_; ���r '  Bus: 266-7111  Res: 273-6747  K -i  "77" 77;7f7777 7    .   ���'";-'���  7'';/' ;*:-7t;:'l/',(Mockey)7C@E  ,v Va  "  I      I  ,40th and Wes* Boulerard (opposite Kerrisdale Arena)  ,,, "1 \. . 41st and Granville7Street, Vancouver 13, B.C.  ��� \- i. i  ,7>'' ��� " ">4i 7> '.  -,-'   .'��  l'7,-''"7, \- * -'  S      INSTALLED & SERVICED  GIBSONS'SEA Cavalcade needs you,:  niest',!saddest andtcutest babies and ��haif ? eSS* HaSn^Flo'ra?^  says-15-month-old Shanria Quigg'of   overall winner.' Competition is open rangement, other than dining table, l.  Gibsons. The daughter of cavalcade" to all Peninsula residents. Entries, V Reeves, 2. J. Allen, 3 yvWoodman.  (co-ordinator Dianne Quigg urges par-    which may'be in, black and white f �����^J^S35^I'Sh.^lty  ents of children under two years of    or color, should be sent to Sea Caval- arrangement, l. V. Reeves, 2. s. Jensen!  agg~to submit pictures of their off-    cade Baby Contest, Box 1000, Gib- ' Children's, wild flowers,- i_��Lyle Jensen.'  spring to the cavalcade baby.photo ".sons. Winnm wB be announced in CMjKj*ghj^UJta^jg*.  contest, which" closes July 15. Awards - The Times July 31. ^    Aggregate: Bank of-Montreal Trophy,  will be given in four categories���fun- >                 '                       ,                  '. ^ V. ^Reeves. Floral section cup.^J. Allen.  Repairs, new carpet sales,'     * S  |  installation. Service guaranteed.   ��.  'CAKPITS,  @om s idiiff  ISraElCifi  Corner Pratt & Rosamund        5  Gibsons ���886-9093 |  SiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiR  / am looking forward to serving you all in  Thank you,  TOM MORRISON  I  i  BE ELECTRIC is pleased to announce that  Tom Morrison (formerly of Morrison Electric) is  now on staff, and after a.short holiday, will be  happy to continue serving his customers.  1  r*. *^f*  k  f*;*fl>*" t * ,i!^'  ���s?     f'   1        >*<i  ���  A  Fiesfo  1 Gallon Pail  sfei  2-lb. pkg. ��� $2.29  1-lb.  pkg.  GRADE "A" DOZEN  WE  3-lb. Pkg.  \'i  Niracle Whip T���  i  Crisco Shortening  I \  i  fang lemonade 4 Pflek _  Mb.  package  Cheese Spread \^\  Cake Mhtes ?;n~��"'"  Tea Bags  Dare1!  120'i .  Fab Deterient s^:.  Liquid Detergent  ���ib......���..i��_.���,  E��z 99c  Facial Tissues *���  ; Canadlana, 100'i^ for  12 ox. ���.  Luiich HeatT^  Libby's ReM ,  dtange Juic  2 o��.   York froien  6 ox.   for  Bulk  Sliced  lb.  Sirloin Tip  Baron,of Hoof  ���    Rump  Grade'A'lb.  Local, Canada  No. 2 Grado, Ib.  mm or mW  Local a-a- Bunchot  2 hr tU  California  V  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY, JULY 11th TO SATURDAY. JULY 13th  - -      ���   -        ----.^ -    ~      -  ----  -. -^-    ^-^-  ai H w%Jj,     J"    "a ������ ^�����M"^a_ .p   u in     a^ ��� ��� !���!���    la ml    ,       -.f-^Hmim ���   -.-'-imir   "*-.-* a   �����        a   ��� PM'.'* jai    .|   ll ^p^^p^p^^Mgl.... 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